Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 54 Part 1.djvu/62

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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 27-FEB. 12, 1940 Not available for pay, etc. , of officer drawing pension. Proviso. Surrender of pen- sion. Restriction on per- sonnel employment. Philip B. Fleming, appointment to civil office authorized. Salary. Miscellaneous penses. 53 Stat. 757. ex- Group IV (b) em- ployees. No appropriation contained in this title shall be available for pay, allowances, or traveling or other expenses of any officer of the Organized Reserves who may be drawing a pension, disability allow- ance, disability compensation, or retired pay from the Government of the United States: Provided, That nothing in this provision shall be so construed as to prevent the application of funds herein con- tained to the pay, allowances, or traveling expenses of any officer or enlisted man of the Reserve Corps who may surrender said pension, disability allowance, disability compensation, or retired pay for the period of his active duty in the Reserve Corps. SEC. 2 . The appropriations contained in this title under the gen- eral heading "Military Activities," shall not be available for the employment other than temporarily of classified personal services. SEC. 3 . Notwithstanding the provisions of section 1222 of the Revised Statutes (U. S . C., title 10, sec. 576), Philip B. Fleming, a commissioned officer on the active list, United States Army, is authorized to hold the office of Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division in the Department of Labor without loss of or prejudice to his status as a commissioned officer on the active list of the United States Army and if appointed to such civil office he shall receive in addition to his pay and allowances as such commissioned officer an amount equal to the difference between such pay and allowances as such commissioned officer and the salary prescribed by law for such civil office. TITLE II-NAVY DEPARTMENT NAVAL ESTABasiMENT OFFICE OF TH SECRETARY MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES For an additional amount for miscellaneous expenses comprising the same objects specified under this head in the Navy Department and Naval Service Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1940, $685,000, of which there shall be available not to exceed $200,000 for telephone, telegraph, and teletype rentals and tolls, telegrams, radiograms, and cablegrams; $4,000 for allowances for civilian employees in attaches' offices; and $176,400 for the pay of employees assigned to group IV (b) and those performing similar services carried under native and alien schedules in the Schedule of Wages for Civil Employees in the Field Service of the Navy Department. BUREAU OF NAVIGATION TRAINING, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE, NAVY Naval training sta- Naval training stations: For an additional amount for maintenance, 53 stat. 760. operation, and other necessary expenses, including repairs, improve- ments, and care of grounds of the naval training stations which follow: San Diego. Calif. San Diego, California, $86,000; Newport, t. L Newport, Rhode Island, $135,000, of which not to exceed $960 shall be available for the pay of employees assigned to group IV (b) and those performing similar services carried under native and alien schedules in the Schedule of Wages for Civil Employees in the Field Service of the Navy Department; Great Lakes,n . Great Lakes, Illinois, $80,000, of which not to exceed $3,600 shall be available for the pay of employees assigned to group IV (b) and those performing similar services carried under native and alien [54 STAT.