Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 54 Part 1.djvu/435

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54 STAT.] 76TH CONG. , 3D SESS.-CHS. 375, 389-JUNE 15, 17, 1940 authority herein contained with respect to Naval Reserve aviation and the location of those facilities left to his discretion. SEC. 3 . There is hereby authorized to be appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury of the United States not otherwise appro- priated, such sums as may be necessary to effectuate the purposes of this Act. SEC. 4. The provisions of section 4 of the Act approved April 25, 1939 (53 Stat. 590, 592), shall be applicable to all facilities author- ized by this Act, including facilities located within the continental limits of the United States: Provided, That the fixed fee to be paid the contractor as a result of any contract entered into under the authority contained herein shall not exceed 6 per centum of the estimated cost of the contract, exclusive of the fee, as determined by the Secretary of the Navy. SEC. 5 . The Secretary of the Navy is hereby authorized to con- tinue the employment, in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, of such employees now carried on the rolls as will be required for the preparation of plans and specifications and administrative work in connection with the public-works and public-utilities projects authorized by this Act, or heretofore otherwise authorized. SEC. 6. The Secretary of the Navy is hereby authorized to proceed with the construction of the following public-works projects at a cost not to exceed the amount stated after each item enumerated: Navy Yard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii: Temporary storehouses and accessories, $1,000,000. Naval Station, Guantanamo, Cuba: Defense facilities, including buildings and accessories, $1,500,000. Net and ammunition-storage facilities: Naval net depots and ammunition storage, including buildings and accessories and the acquisition of land, $6,262,362. Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida: Development of aviation facilities for training, including buildings and accessories, and acquisition of land, $4,000,000. Naval Air Station, Miami, Florida: Development of aviation facili- ties for training, including buildings and accessories, and acquisition of land, $3,500,000. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville-Banana River, Florida: Develop- ment of aviation facilities for training, including buildings and accessories, and acquisition of land, $9,500,000. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida: Trade schools, including buildings and accessories, $3,000,000. Temporary housing including extension of existing structures and facilities, for Marine Corps personnel, $4,500,000. Temporary housing for hospital facilities, $600,000. Approved, June 15, 1940. 401 Appropriation au- thorized. Contracts on a cost- plus-a-fixed-fee basis, authorized. Proviso. Amount of fixed fee, limitation. Post, p. 677. Continuation of em- ployment of certain employees. Construction of des- ignated public-works projects. Ante, p. 280. [CHAPTER 389] JOINT RESOLUTION June 17, 1940 Authorizing the Bureau of Labor Statistics to collect information as to amount [s. J. Res. 59] and value of all goods produced in State and Federal Prisons. [Pub. Res., No. 85] Resolved by the Senate and Houe of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That for the purpose of furnishing information to the Congress regarding the amount of goods produced in State and Federal prisons, the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the United States Department of Labor is authorized and directed to collect information concerning the character, kind type, amount, and value of all goods produced in State and Federal 193470°-41-PT . I-26 Collection of infor- mation regarding pris- on-made goods.