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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 633-AUG. 9 , 1939 Ante, p. 669. Proviso. Condition. Post, p. 1381. Disease and sanita- tion investigations. 49 Stat. 635. 42 U. S. C., Supp. IV, § 803. 37 Stat. 309. 42U.S.C.§7. Ante, p. 669. Proviso. Condition. Post, p. 1381 . National Institute of Health, mainte- nance. Ante, p. 667. Claims for damages, operation of vessels. 49 Stat. 1514 . 14 U. S. C., Supp. IV, § 71. specified under this head in the Treasury Department Appropriation Act 1940, $1,500,000: Provided, That the amount specified herein shall not be available for expenditure unless and until the increased authorization for grants to States for the purposes of section 601 of the Social Security Act, contained in H. R . 6635, Seventy-sixth Congress, is enacted into law. Disease and sanitation investigations: For an additional amount for carrying out the purposes of section 603 of the Social Security Act and section 1 of the Act of August 14, 1912, including the same objects and subject to the same limitations specified under this head in the Treasury Department Appropriation Act 1940, and including the pay and allowances of not to exceed five additional regular active commissioned officers, $40,000: Provided, That the amount specified herein shall not be available for expenditure unless and until the increased authorization for grants to States for purposes of section 601 of the Social Security Act, contained in H. R. 6635, Seventy-sixth Congress, is enacted into law. National Institute of Health, maintenance: For an additional amount for maintaining the National Institute of Health, fiscal year 1940, for the purchase of furniture, furnishings, and equipment for quarters of officers and other employees, $12,000. Claims for damages, operation of vessels, Public Health Service: To pay claims for damages adjusted and determined by the Surgeon General, Public Health Service, under the provisions of the Act entitled, "An Act to provide for the adjustment and settlement of certain claims for damages resulting from the operation of vessels of the Coast Guard and the Public Health Service, in sums not exceeding $3,000 in any one case", approved June 15, 1936, as fully set forth in House Document Numbered 411, Seventy-sixth Congress, $150. SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD Salaries and ex- Salaries and expenses: For an additional amount for Salaries and Expenses, Social Security Board, fiscal year 1940, including the same objects and subject to the same limitations specified under this head proo. 40. in the Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1940, $1,750,000: Pro- Death of indaivi- vided, That the Board may expend not to exceed $100,000 of the uaIs entitled to bene- fits, etc. sums appropriated for the procurement of information relating to the death of individuals entitled to benefits, receiving benefits, or upon whose death some other individual may become entitled to bene- Pot, p. 1362 . fits, under title II of the Social Security Act, as amended, from proper 41 U. s. . §5. State and local officials, including officials of the District of Columbia, Alaska, and Hawaii, without regard to Section 3709 of the Revised ofcialtrvelnt for Statutes (41 U. S. C. 5): Provided further, That employees of the Bureau of Old-age Insurance when engaged in the investigation of claims or the furnishing or securing of information concerning claims or wage records under title II of the Social Security Act, as amended, may be reimbursed for official travel performed by them in privately owned automobiles within the corporate limits of their official stations ondition. at a rate not to exceed three cents per mile: Provided further, That the amount specified herein shall not be available unless and until the Post, p. 1362. amendments to title II of the Social Security Act contained in H. R. 6635, Seventy-sixth Congress, are enacted into law. unants to States for Grants to States for unemployment-compensation administra- pensation administra- tion: For an additional amount for grants to States for unemploy- tion. ment compensation administration, as authorized in title III of the p49 tat. 626; post, Social Security Act, approved August 14, 1935, as amended, includ- p. 1378 . 42?. . C. , Supp. ing rentals in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, fiscal year IV, §5 501-503 . 1940, $12,500,000. 1304 [53 STAT.