Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 57 Part 1.djvu/231

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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 147 -JUNE 26, 1943 be available for, and the heads of the executive departments con- cerned are authorized to prescribe, per diem rates of allowance, at rates not to exceed $7 per day, in lieu of subsistence to officers travel- ing on official business and away from their designated posts of duty, and to members of the services concerned (including officers, warrant officers, contract surgeons, enlisted personnel, aviation cadets, and members of the Nurse Corps) when traveling by air under competent orders and on duty without troops. itation of title. SEC. 120. This title may be cited as the "Naval Appropriation Act, 1944". poTtle voncvalt Ap- TITLE II-ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS, FISCAL Ant. YEARS 1942 AND 1943 Ante, p. 53. YEARS 1942 AND 1943 55 Stat. 151; 56 Stat. 54. 55 Stat. 158; 56 Stat. 79. 56 Stat. 61. Ante, p. 54 . 56 Stat. 64. Ante, p. 54. SEC. 201. For additional amounts for appropriations for the Navy Department and the naval service, fiscal years 1942 and 1943, to be supplemental and additional to the appropriations in the respective Naval Appropriation Acts for such fiscal years, including the objects and subject to the limitations and conditions specified under the respective headings and subject to the provisions under the heading "General provisions" contained in said Acts, except as otherwise provided herein, as follows: NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT BUREAU OF NAVAL PERSONNEL Training, education, and welfare, Navy, 1943: Naval training station, Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho, $254,000; Instruction, $5,285,000; In all, training, education, and welfare, Navy, $5,539,000. BUREAU Or SUPPLIES AND AccouENT Pay, subsistence, and transportation of naval personnel: Fiscal year 1942: Pay of naval personnel, $22,300,000; Subsistence of naval personnel, $7,200,000; Transportation and recruiting of naval personnel, $500,000; In all, to be accounted for as one fund, $30,000,000. Fiscal year 1943: Pay of naval personnel, $35,423,162; Subsistence of naval personnel, $22,544,015; Transportation and recruiting of naval personnel, $7,032,823; In all, to be accounted for as one fund, $65,000,000. Maintenance, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, 1943, $73,000,000. MARINE CORPS 56 Stat. 69. General expenses, Marine Corps, 1943: Provisions, $6,800,000; cloth- ing, $13,500,000; miscellaneous supplies and expenses, $8,600,000; in all, to be accounted for as one fund, $28,900,000. itation title. SEC. 202. Appropriations in this title for the fiscal year 1943 shall constitute and may be cited as "Title V, Naval Appropriation Act, 1943". Approved June 26, 1943. 218 [57 STAT.