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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CH. 583-JULY 16, 1946 ORGANIZED RESERVES For pay and allowances, not otherwise provided for, of members of the Officers' Reserve Corps (including nurses) and reserve warrant officers on active duty in accordance with law; mileage, reimbursement of actual traveling expenses, or per diem allowances in lieu thereof, as authorized by law; travel in kind, or reimbursement in lieu thereof, as now authorized by law for officers of the Regular Army, of depend- ents of Reserve officers and Reserve warrant officers who have been ordered to active duty for periods in excess of fifteen days; personal services; pay, transportation, subsistence, clothing, and medical and hospital treatment of members of the Enlisted Reserve Corps; con- ducting correspondence or extension courses for instruction of mem- bers of the Reserve Corps, including necessary supplies, procurement of maps and textbooks; transportation and traveling expenses of employees; purchase of training manuals, including Government pub- lications and blank forms; subscriptions to magazines and periodicals of a professional or technical nature; establishment, maintenance, and operation of Organized Reserve headquarters, aviation facilities and camps for training of the Organized Reserves; for miscellaneous expenses incident to the administration of the Organized Reserves, including the maintenance and operation of motor-propelled passen- ger-carrying vehicles; for the actual and necessary expenses, or per diem in lieu thereof, at rates authorized by law, incurred by officers and enlisted men of the Regular Army and Reserve officers and Reserve warrant officers ordered to active duty for periods in excess of fifteen days traveling on duty in connection with the Organized Reserves, and for travel of dependents, and packing and transportation of bag- gage of such personnel; for expenses incident to the use, including upkeep and depreciation costs, of supplies, equipment, and materiel furnished from stocks under the control of the War Department; for transportation of baggage, including packing and crating, of Reserve officers and Reserve warrant officers ordered to active duty for not less than six months; for the medical and hospital treatment of mem- bers of the Officers' Reserve Corps and of the Enlisted Reserve Corps who suffer injury or contract disease in line of duty, as provided by the Act of June 15, 1936 (10 U. S . C. 455), and for such other purposes in connection therewith as are authorized by the said Act, including pay and allowances, subsistence, transportation, and burial expenses; in all, $56,000,000. None of the funds appropriated elsewhere in this Act, except for printing and binding, field exercises, and for pay and allowances of officers and enlisted men of the Army of the United States, and for mileage, reimbursement of actual traveling expenses, or per diem allowances in lieu thereof, and travel of dependents or reimbursement therefor, as authorized by law, to Reserve officers on extended active duty, shall be used for expenses in connection with the Organized Reserves, but available supplies and existing facilities at military posts shall be utilized to the fullest extent practicable. No appropriation made in this Act shall be available for pay, allow- ances, or traveling or other expenses of any officer of the Organized Reserves who may be drawing a pension, disability allowance, dis- ability compensation, or retired pay from the Government of the United States. The pay and allowances of such additional officers and nurses of the Medical Reserve Corps as are required to supplement the like offi- cers and nurses of the Regular Army in the care of beneficiaries of the United States Veterans' Administration treated in Army hospitals may be paid from the funds allotted to the War Department by that Administration under existing law. 557 Officers' Reserve Corps, ete. Enlisted Reserve Oorps. Medical and hos- pital treatment. 49 Stat. 1507. 10 U. . o. . 461- 455d. Restriction on we of funds. Restriction on pay and expenses. Medical Reserve Corps. Pay, etc., of certain officers and nurses.