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GENERAL PROVISIONS—Continued

SEC. 529. Funds provided in this Act for congressional liaison activities of the Department of the Army, the Department of the Navy, the Department of the Air Force, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense shall not exceed $950,000: Provided, That this amount shall be available for apportionment to the Department of the Army, the Department of the Navy, the Department of the Air Force, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense as determined by the Secretary of Defense.

SEC. 530. Of the funds made available by this Act for the services of the Military Air Transport Service, $80,000,000 shall be available only for procurement of commercial air transportation service from carriers participating in the civil reserve air fleet program; and the Secretary of Defense shall utilize the services of such carriers which qualify as small businesses to the fullest extent found practicable: Provided, That the Secretary of Defense shall specify in such procurement, performance characteristics for aircraft to be used based upon modern aircraft operated by the civil air fleet.

SEC. 531. Not to exceed $11,800,000 of the funds made available in this Act for the purpose shall be available for the hire of motor vehicles: Provided, That the Secretary of Defense, under circumstances where the immediate movement of persons is imperative, may, if he deems it to be in the national interest, hire motor vehicles for such purpose without regard to this limitation.

SEC. 532. Not less than $7,500,000 of the funds made available in this Act for travel expenses in connection with temporary duty and permanent change of station of civilian and military personnel of the Department of Defense shall be available only for the procurement of commercial passenger sea transportation service on Americanflag vessels.

SEC. 533. During the current fiscal year, appropriations available to the Department of Defense for operation may be used for civilian clothing, not to exceed $40 in cost for enlisted personnel: (1) discharged for misconduct, unfitness, unsuitability, or otherwise than honorably; (2) sentenced by a civil court to confinement in a civil prison or interned or discharged as an alien enemy; (3) discharged prior to completion of recruit training under honorable conditions for dependency, hardship, minority, disability, or for the convenience of the Government.

SEC. 534. No part of the funds appropriated herein shall be available for paying the costs of advertising by any defense contractor except advertising for which payment is made from profits, and such advertising shall not be considered a part of any defense contract cost. The prohibition contained in this section shall not apply with respect to advertising conducted by any such contractor, in compliance with regulations which shall be promulgated by the Secretary of Defense, solely for (1) the recruitment by that contractor of personnel required for the performance by the contractor of obligations arising under a defense contract, (2) the procurement of scarce items required by the contractor for the performance of a defense contract, or (3) the disposal of scrap or surplus materials acquired by the contractor in the performance of a defense contract. SEC. 535. Funds appropriated in this Act for maintenance and repair of facilities and installations shall not be available for acquisition of new facilities, or alteration, expansion, extension, or addition of existing facilities, as defined in Department of Defense Directive 7040.2, dated January 18, 1961, in excess of $25,000: Provided, That the Secretary of Defense may amend or change the said directive during the current fiscal year, consistent with the purpose of this section.

SEC. 536. During the current fiscal year, the Secretary of Defense may, if he deems it vital to the security of the United States and in the national interest to further improve the readiness of the Armed Forces, including the reserve components, transfer under the authority and terms of the Emergency Fund an additional $200,000,000: Provided, That the transfer authority made available under the terms of the Emergency Fund appropriation contained in this Act is hereby broadened to meet the requirements of this section: Provided further, That the Secretary of Defense shall notify the Appropriations Committees of the Congress promptly of all transfers made pursuant to this authority.

SEC. 537. None of the funds appropriated in this Act may be used to make payments under contracts for any program, project, or activity in a foreign country unless the Secretary of Defense or his designee, after consultation with the Secretary of the Treasury or his designee, certifies to the Congress that the use, by purchase from the Treasury, of currencies of such country acquired pursuant to law is not feasible for the purpose, stating the reason therefor. [SEC. 538. None of the funds provided herein shall be used to pay any recipient of a grant for the conduct of a research project an amount for indirect expenses in connection with such project in excess of 20 per centum of the direct costs.]

SEC. [539.] 538. Of the funds made available in this Act for repair, alteration, and conversion of naval vessels, at least 35 per

centum shall be available for such repair, alteration, and conversion in privately owned shipyards: Provided, That if determined by the Secretary of Defense to be inconsistent with the public interest based on urgency of requirement to have such vessels repaired, altered, or converted as required above, such work may be done in Navy or private shipyards as he may direct.

[SEC. 540. No part of the funds appropriated by this Act shall be used to conduct or assist in conducting any program (including but not limited to the payment of salaries, administrative expenses, and the conduct of research activities) related directly or indirectly to the establishment of a national service corps or similar domestic peace corps type of program.]

SEC. 539. During the current fiscal year, the Secretary of Defense may, with the approval of the Bureau of the Budget, transfer between stock funds of the Department of Defense established pursuant to 10 U.S.Č. 2208 such amounts as he may determine to be necessary for operating requirements of the stock fund to which transferred.

GENERAL PROVISIONS-MILITARY

CONSTRUCTION

SEC. 101. Funds appropriated to the military departments for construction in prior years are hereby made available for construction authorized for each such department by the authorizations enacted into law during the [first] second session of the Eighty-eighth Congress.

SEC. 102. None of the funds appropriated in this Act shall be expended for payments under a cost-plus-a-fixed-fee contract for work, where cost estimates exceed $25,000, to be performed within the United States, except Alaska, without the specific approval in writing of the Secretary of Defense setting forth the reasons therefor. SEC. 103. None of the funds appropriated in this Act shall be expended for additional costs involved in expediting construction unless the Secretary of Defense certifies such costs to be necessary to protect the national interest and establishes a reasonable completion date for each project, taking into consideration the urgency of the requirement, the type and location of the project, the climatic and seasonal conditions affecting the construction and the application of economical construction practices.

SEC. 104. None of the funds appropriated in this Act shall be used for the construction, replacement, or reactivation of any bakery, laundry, or drycleaning facility in the United States, its Territories or possessions, as to which the Secretary of Defense does not certify, in writing, giving his reasons therefor, that the services to be furnished by such facilities are not obtainable from commercial sources at reasonable rates. SEC. 105. Funds appropriated to the military departments for construction are hereby made available for hire of passenger motor SEC. 106. Funds appropriated to the military departments for construction may be used for advances to the Bureau of Public Roads, Department of Commerce, for the purposes of section 210

vehicles.

of title 23, United States Code, when projects authorized therein are certified as important to the national defense by the Secretary of Defense. SEC. 107. None of the funds appropriated in this Act may be used to begin construction of new bases for which specific appropriations have not been made.

SEC. 108. During the current fiscal year, appropriations available for construction of family quarters for personnel shall not be obligated for such construction at a cost per family unit in excess of [$22,000] $26,000 on housing units for generals or equivalent; $19,800 on housing units for colonels or equivalent; $17,600 on housing units for majors and lieutenant colonels, or equivalent; $15,400 on housing units for second lieutenants, lieutenants, captains, and warrant officers, or equivalent; or $13,200 on housing units for enlisted personnel, except that when such units are constructed outside the continental United States or in Alaska, the average cost per unit of all such units shall not exceed $32,000 and in no event shall the individual cost exceed $40,000. [SEC. 109. No part of the funds contained in this Act shall be used to incur obligations for the planning, design, or construction of facilities for an Air Force Academy the total cost of which will be in

excess of $141,523,000, except for construction pursuant to section 2674 of title 10, United States Code, as amended.].

SEC. [110.] 109. No part of the funds provided in this Act shall be used for purchase of land or land easements in excess of 100 per centum of the value as determined by the Corps of Engineers or the Bureau of Yards and Docks, except: (a) where there is a determination of value by a Federal court, (b) purchases negotiated by the Attorney General or his designee, and (c) where the estimated value is less than $25,000.

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Operation and maintenance, Army 1.
Operation and maintenance, Navy 1.
Operation and maintenance, Marine Corps..
Operation and maintenance, Air Force....
Operation and maintenance, Defense agencies..
Operation and maintenance, Army National Guard..
Operation and maintenance, Air National Guard...
Contingencies, Defense...

defense...

Civil defense, Department of Defense.. Construction of facilities, civil defense....... Military assistance, Defense.....

Total, appropriations......----

Other operation and maintenance appropriations..
Procurement of equipment and missiles, Army..
Procurement of aircraft and missiles, Navy-
Shipbuilding and conversion, Navy..
Other procurement, Navy.......
Procurement, Marine Corps..
Aircraft procurement, Air Force..
Missile procurement, Air Force..
Other procurement, Air Force..
Procurement, Defense agencies..
Aircraft and related procurement, Navy..--.
Research, development, test, and evaluation, Army..

Research, development, test, and evaluation, Navy..

Research, development, test, and evaluation, Air Force... Research, development, test, and evaluation, Defense agencies.

Emergency fund, Defense.

Military construction, Army..
Military construction, Navy..
Military construction, Air Force..
Military construction, Defense agencies.
Military construction, Army Reserve..
Military construction, Naval Reserve..
Military construction, Air Force Reserve...
Military construction, Army National Guard..
Military construction, Air National Guard..
Construction, Alaska Communication System, Army..
Family housing, Defense....

Operation and maintenance, civil defense.
Shelter, construction, and research and development, civil

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ANALYSIS OF UNEXPENDED BALANCES
[In thousands of dollars]

Balance, start of 1963
Unobligated

62,944 2,190

300 10.053

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1,477

9,632

4,789

4,053

16,402 9,954

426

Total

234,727 51,109 20,828

146,268

30,807

16,124

5,661

6,437

35,037

9,299

13,832

831,658

473,504

28,527 839,402

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8,139

6,674

35,028

25,072

431

Balance, start of 1964

Unobligated

136

74,055

1,103

322 25,750

182,546

882,428 130.381

Total

524,242 117,819

198,593

61,714

21,141

97,008

30,493

15,593

4,455

6,406

40,307

11,123

13,384 591,424

425,330

23,340

2,455

16,409 26,743

1,525 116,717

873,167 3,197,839

972,933 756,954 3,266,014 1,122,320 1,733,568 5,148,267 2,348,881 192,043 1,047,208 318,310 93,763 449, 197 183,897 519,431 1,309,167 4,142,810 1,483,029 4,032,295 343.395 1,591,543 363,800 1,362,510 398,207 1,461,252 287,877 1,119,380 12,270 30,128 188,449

871,550

963,689 1,760,182

377,333 469,901 111,721

720,157

38,061

14,958

26,940

4,734 58,050

159,506

305,301

246,941 107,406 293,394 154,882

220,363

700,815 362,670

265,456 761,122 4,243 11,952 46,893

22,461

9,745

15,644

3,680

9,541

4,040

7,040

11,138

23,645

6,668

17,159

131,754

Balance, start of 1965

Unobligated

277,672

37,978

54,403

14,410

6,245

Total

2,680

3,040

6,338

4,668

73,076

231,474

51,797

21,741

130,208

31,093

16,693

4,355

8,106

44,607

13,623

17,784

513,326

405,566

25,295

643,044

54,715

16,748

28,640

5,734 25,750 3,136,764 1,135,459 3,412,926 858,459 2,608,926 3,744,689 1,143,865 3,766,234 1,015,865 3,630,234 5,520,445 2,284,570 5,304,134 2,415,570 5,109,134 1,126,215 349,023 1,336,728 295,023 1,374,728 115,857 515,420 86,857 508,220 1,331,004 3,400,870 1,368,004 3,374,870 497,790 1,372,500 328,790 1,036,501 253,176 904,679 243,176 741,679 14,934 33,292 13,534 31,130 131,637 884,641 140,559 1,017,402

45,292

21,130

138,637

916,641 131,059 1,010,402

291,333 1,586,315

1,618,316
499,385

128,721

51,000

249,810 255,947 275,456 330,947

143,735 265,469
255,945

615,397

32,351

9.644

7,541

5,040

14,345

16, 159

Balance, start of 1966

235,078

33,290

Unobligated

4,403

168,735

206,945

19,410

4,245

2,680

3,040

3.338

3,668

77.443

Total

331,175 118,397

33,741

11,200

223,008

37,993

18,093

4,255

10,106

53,107

17,923

33,384

470,326

457,566

25,295

695,044

65,701

17,748

34,640 5,734

10,764

548,385 151,000

432,456

315,469

521,397

36,351

6,644

7,541

5,040

10,345

15,159

286,078

35,690

16,115

42,930

1,290

36,780

29,015

2,015

2,179

2,041

188,443
2,300 4,414
2,674
2,074
64,233 1,092,728 25,767 930,790 25,000 693,716 25,000 1,319,716
7,184,519 29,973,627 9,195,561 29,966,211 8,735,746 28,683,316 8,176,082 28,565,816

245,380

515 574

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

CEMETERIAL EXPENSES

General and special funds:

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

For necessary cemeterial expenses as authorized by law, including maintenance, operation, and improvement of national cemeteries, and purchase of headstones and markers for unmarked graves; purchase of two passenger motor vehicles [for replacement only]; maintenance of that portion of Congressional Cemetery to which the United States has title, Confederate burial places under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Army, and graves used by the Army in commercial cemeteries; [$10,800,000 $13,295,000: Provided, That this appropriation shall not be used to repair more than a single approach road to any national cemetery: Provided further, That this appropriation shall not be obligated for construction of a superintendent's lodge or family quarters at a cost per unit in excess of $17,000, but such limitation may be increased by such additional amounts as may be required to provide office space, public comfort rooms, or space for the storage of Government property within the same structure: Provided further, That reimbursement shall be made to the applicable military appropriation for the pay and allowances of any military personnel performing services primarily for the purposes of this appropriation. (24 U.S.C. 271, 273-276, 278-279, 279a-b, 282, 288, 290; Public Works Appropriation Act, 1964.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE-CIVIL

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1 Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are derived from payments by commercial carriers for headstones damaged in shipment (31 U.S.C. 489a).

This appropriation provides funds for the operation and maintenance of the national cemetery system and for the procurement and supply of headstones and markers for graves of eligible persons buried in national and private cemeteries. The workload and program requirements increase substantially each year.

1. Operation and maintenance. The national cemetery system consists of 118 activities located in 33 States, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. Included are 85 national cemeteries and 33 miscellaneous burial plots and monument sites. A total of 39,463 interments were made in 1963: 42.200 are estimated for 1964 and 45,150 projected for 1965. There will be 2,269 developed acres to be maintained in 1965. Funds are required for 815

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12 Personnel benefits....

21 Travel and transportation of
22 Transportation of things.......

persons.

23 Rent, communications, and utilities..

25 Other services....

26 Supplies and materials.

31 Equipment...

32 Lands and structures.

Subtotal..

Deduct quarters and subsistence charges....

Total obligations..........

4. Administration.-Provision is made for 137 manyears required for processing applications and placing orders for headstones and markers; determining eligibility for interment; management of the national cemetery system; and administrative support.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

1963 actual

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18,719

11,750 20.805 141,262 147,936 155,550

153,012 166,655 -18,719 -20,805 134,293 145,850 160,840

1963 actual

4,569 180

93

1964 estimate

4,842

366

62 432

190

468

381

3,038

578 10,357 41

10,316

858 36

884

828

4,902 198

136

1964 1965 estimate estimate

5,236

407

63

462

200

465

381

3,304

323 10,841 41 10,800

1965 estimate

877 36

899

863

59

72 6.1 6.1 $6,000 $6,300 $5,073 $5,321

176,355 -15,515

5,346 198

134

5,678

452

63

511

200

543

384

3,832

1,673

13,336 41

13,295

962 36

972

946

59

6.0 $6,412

$5,321

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GENERAL INVESTIGATIONS

For expenses necessary for the collection and study of basic information pertaining to river and harbor, flood control, shore protection, and related projects, and when authorized by law, surveys and studies of projects prior to authorization for construction, [$19,115,000 $19,760,000, to remain available until expended: Provided, That $210,000 of this appropriation shall be transferred to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service for studies, investigations, and reports thereon as required by the Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act of 1958 (72 Stat. 563-565) to provide that wildlife conservation shall receive equal consideration and be coordinated with other features of water-resource development programs of the Department of the Army. (33 U.S.C. 426-426c, 540, 541, 701; Public Works Appropriation Act, 1964.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)—Continued

Program by activities-Continued 4. Alaska pierhead line survey....

Total program costs, funded. Change in selected resources 1__

Total obligations... Financing:

Unobligated balance brought forward. Unobligated balance carried forward...

New obligational authority (appropriation)

Stores..

Unpaid undelivered orders. Advances.

1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows:

1962 38

946

1

985

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1963 actual

1. Big Black River, Miss.

2. Big Muddy River, Ill.

3. Connecticut River basin, Conn., Mass., N.H. and Vt.

4. Genesee River, N.Y. and Pa.

5. Grand River basin, Mich.

6. Kanawha, W. Va., Va., and N.C. 7. Missouri River basin.

8. Ohio River basin review.

9. Pascagoula River, Miss.

10. Pearl River, Miss.

16,874 514

17,388

2

-2,394

3,107

18,100

1964 1965 estimate estimate

1963 33 1,465 1

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Total selected resources...

1. Surveys.-Navigation and flood control studies are made to determine the need and economic justification for proposed water and related land resource developments. Beach erosion control studies are undertaken to determine the need for shore protection and remedial measures at specific localities. Funds are provided in 1965 for 61 navigation, 131 flood control, and 16 beach erosion studies, of which 5 navigation and 15 flood control surveys will be initiated.

19,760

1964

1965

1,469 1,476

Comprehensive river basin studies provide for broad consideration of water and related land resources needs of river basins. They are coordinated with the related river basin planning efforts of the Departments of the Interior, Agriculture, and Health, Education, and Welfare. Nineteen studies will be carried forward in the following basins:

1,499 1,469 1,476

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Special studies are made to resolve unique or especially complex water resources problems. The Arkansas-Red River pollution study will be completed with funds pro

vided in 1965.

Surveys are made in coordination with Federal, State, and local agencies and interests, and give appropriate consideration to present and future requirements for all beneficial uses of water and related land resources, including navigation, flood control, water supply, irrigation, water quality control, power, recreation, and fish and

wildlife conservation.

2. Collection and study of basic data.-Funds are transferred to the Geological Survey for installation, operation, and maintenance of stream gaging stations; to the Weather Bureau for hydrometeorological studies and pre

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