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PUBLIC LAWS-CHS. 872, 875-OCT. 14, 1940 [CHAPTER 872] AN ACT October 14, 1940 [S. 3550] To make unlawful the transportation of convict-made goods in interstate com- [Public, No. 851] merce, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the mInerstate co m - United States of America in Congress assembled, That whoever shall Transportationin,of knowingly transport or knowingly cause to be transported in inter- etc. state commerce, in any manner or by any means whatsoever, or aid or assist, knowingly, in obtaining transportation for or in trans- porting any goods, wares, and merchandise manufactured, produced, or mined, wholly or in part by convicts or prisoners (except convicts or prisoners on parole or probation) or in any penal or reformatory institution, from one State, Territory, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, or District of the United States, or place noncontiguous but subject to the jurisdiction thereof, or from any foreign country, into any State, Territory, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, or District of the United States, or place noncontiguous but subject to the jurisdiction thereof, Penalty. shall be punished by a fine of not more than $1,000 or by imprison- Exception of certain ment of not more than one year, or both: Provided, That nothing commodities. herein shall apply to commodities manufactured in Federal or Dis- trict of Columbia penal and correctional institutions for use by the Federal Government or to commodities manufactured in any State penal or correctional institution for use by any other State, or States, .... or political subdivisions thereof; to parts for the repair of farm ectieate. machinery; or to agricultural commodities: Provided further, That this Act shall go into effect one year after its approval by the President. Approved, October 14, 1940. [CHAPTER 875] October 14,1940 AN ACT [8. 319] Relating to changes in the administration of the National Guard of the United [Public, No. 852, States bearing on Federal recognition, pay, allotment of funds, drill, training, and so forth. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL DEFENSE ACT National Guard. 'SECTION 1. That section 90 of the National Defense Act of June 3 39 Stat. 205 . 32U. . 2 C. 42; 1916, as amended, be, and the same is hereby, repealed and reenacted supp. v, 442. to read as follows: Cano G ov ern m e nt "S E O. 90 . That funds allotted by the Secretary of War for the support of the National Guard shall be available for the purchase and issue of forage, bedding, shoeing, and veterinary services, and supplies for the Government animals issued to any organization, and for animals owned or hired by any State, Territory, District of Columbia, or National Guard organization, not exceeding the number of animals authorized by Federal law for such organization and used Caretakers. solely for military purposes, and for the compensation of competent help for the care of material, animals, armament, and equipment of organizations of all kinds, under such regulations as the Secretary of War may prescribe. ompenaaton. "The compensation paid to caretakers who belong to the National Guard, as herein authorized, shall be in addition to any compensation authorized for members of the National Guard under any of the provisions of the National Defense Act. 1134 [54 STAT.