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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 30-FEB. 18, 1946 59 Stat. 397 . 59 Stat. 398 59 Stat. 398. 59 Stat. 401. 59 Stat. 403. 59 Stat. 403 . Ante, p. 13. 59 Stat. 385. 59 Stat. 385. Ante, p. 13. 59 Stat. 397. 59 Stat. 398. 59 Stat. 398. 59 Stat. 401. Service in Philip- pine military forces, benefits. 54 Stat. 1008 . 38U.S. . 801- 818; Supp. V, t S01 et seq. Post, p. 781 et seq. Payment of pensions. Transportation dependents. 59 Stat. 387 . Special Service Schools: Special Service Schools, Army, 1942-1946, $178,000, and sub- appropriations under this head are hereby decreased as follows: (1) Infantry School, $81,000; (2) Cavalry activities, $22,700; and (3) Field Artillery activities, $74,300. Seacoast defenses: Seacoast defenses, general, 1942-1946, $1,664,000. United States Military Academy: Pay of Military Academy, 1942- 1946, $21,000. Inter-American Relations, War Department: Inter-American Relations, War Department, 1943-1946, $75,000. Office of the Secretary: Contingent expenses, War Department, 1942-1946, $1,200,000. Printing and binding, War Department, 1942-1946, $18,000,000. TRANSFER OF APPROPRIATIONS In addition to the transfers authorized by section 3 of the Military Appropriation Act, 1946, transfers of not to exceed the amounts here- inafter set forth may be made, with the approval of the Bureau of the Budget, from the appropriation "Ordnance Service and Supplies, Army", to the following appropriations: Army War College, $23,819; Command and General Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, $30,189; Quartermaster Service, Army, $7,881,967; Rock Island Bridge, Rock Island, Illinois, $5,719; Instruction in armored force activities, $389,756; Maintenance and Operation, United States Military Academy, $1,323,884; Army of the Philippines, $200,000,000: Provided, That service in the organized military forces of the Government of the Commonwealth of the Philippines, while such forces were in the service of the armed forces of the United States pursuant to the military order of the President of the United States dated July 26, 1941, shall not be deemed to be or to have been service in the military or naval forces of the United States or any component thereof for the purposes of any law of the United States conferring rights, privileges, or benefits upon any person by reason of the service of such person or the service of any other person in the military or naval forces of the United States or any component thereof, except benefits under (1) the National Service Life Insurance Act of 1940, as amended, under contracts here- tofore entered into, and (2) laws administered by the Veterans' Administration providing for the payment of pensions on account of service-connected disability or death: Provided further, That such pensions shall be paid at the rate of one Philippine peso for each dollar authorized to be paid under the laws providing for such pensions: Provided further, That any payments heretofore made under any such law to or with respect to any member of the military forces of the Government of the Commonwealth of the Philippines who served in the service of the armed forces of the United States shall not be deemed to be invalid by reason of the circumstances that his service was not service in the military or naval forces of the United States or any component thereof within the meaning of such law. GENERAL PROVISION Of Appropriations for the Military Establishment for the fiscal year 1946 available for expenses of travel may be used under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of War, for the payment, in lieu of transportation in kind or movement at Government expense author- 14 [60 STAT.