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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG., 2D SESS. -CH. 672-JULY 26, 1946 upon such terms and conditions as the Surgeon General may deter- mine; $16,628,000. Tuberculosis: To carry out the purposes of section 314 (b) of the Act, $7,994,000. Assistance to States, general: To carry out the purposes of section 314 (c) of the Act; to provide consultative services to States pursuant to section 311 of the Act; and to make field investigations and demon- strations in industrial hygiene pursuant to section 301 of the Act, including the purchase of fourteen passenger automobiles; $15,565,000. Communicable diseases: To carry out those provisions of sections 311, 361, and 604 of the Act relating to the prevention and suppression of communicable diseases, the interstate transmission and spread thereof, and the enforcement of any applicable quarantine laws, includ- ing the purchase of twenty-five passenger automobiles; and hire, maintenance, and operation of aircraft; $7,372,000. Hospitals and medical care: For carrying out the purposes of sec- tion 301 with respect to mental diseases, and sections 302, 321, 322 324, 326, 331, 332, 341, 343, 344, 502, 504, and 610 of the Act, and Executive Order 9079, dated February 26,1942, including minor repairs and maintenance; purchase of eighteen passenger automobiles, includ- ing four ambulances; transportation to their homes in the continental United States of recovered indigent leper patients; court costs and other expenses incident to proceedings heretofore or hereafter taken for commitment of mentally incompetent persons to hospitals for the care and treatment of the insane; expenses of preparing and transport- ing remains, or reasonable burial expenses, for any patient dying in hospital; firearms and ammunition; travel; reimbursement to the working capital fund for articles or services furnished by the indus- trial activities; expenses incurred in pursuing, identifying, and returning escaped prisoners, including rewards for their capture; pur- chase and exchange of farm products and livestock; not to exceed $500 for newspapers; furnishing and laundering of uniforms and other distinctive wearing apparel necessary for employees in the performance of their official duties; transportation and subsistence allowance, within continental United States, of any narcotic addict voluntarily admitted and discharged as cured; reimbursement to employees for the cost of repair or replacement (where the damage exceeds $2 and does not exceed $100) of personal belongings damaged or destroyed by patients while employees were in line of duty; and tobacco for patients; $20,354,900, of which not to exceed $115,514 shall be available for the furnishing by the Public Health Service to and at the request of any Federal department or independent establish- ment, including Government-owned corporations, of coordinating and consultative services with respect to methods and standards for operat- ing emergency health facilities in such department or establishment, including in-service training of such emergency health facility per- sonnel, and for providing employees of such agencies (1) tuberculosis and psychiatric examinations, and (2) health and nutrition instruction through lectures and demonstrations: Provided,That this appropria- tion shall be available for the expenses incurred in furnishing medical and hospital treatment, including dental care, to active-duty personnel of the Navy and Marine Corps in Marine hospitals and out-patient offices. Foreign quarantine service: For the medical inspection of aliens, the maintenance and ordinary expenses of United States quarantine stations and supplementary activities abroad, and the care and treat- ment of quarantine detainees in private or other public hospitals when facilities of the Public Health Service are not available, including 691 58 Stat. 693. 42 U. S. C., Supp. V, 246 (b). 68 Stat. 694. 42 U. S. C., Supp. V, 246 (c). Ante, p. 424. 58 Stat. 693, 691. 42 U. S. C., Supp. V, §§ 243, 241. Ante, p. 423. 58 Stat. 693, 703, 712. 42 U. S. C., Supp. V, §§ 243, 264, 201 note. Post, p. 1049. 58 Stat. 691-714. 42 U. S. C., Supp. V, §§241, 242, 248, 249, 251, 253 , 255 -257 , 259, 260, 220 , 222 , 249 note; 14 U. S. C., Supp. V, §381note;33 U. S . C., Supp. V, § 763c. Ante, p. 423; podt, pp. 1041, 1049. 24 U. S. C., Supp. V, note prec. § 191. Certain Navy and Marine Corps person- nel. Medical, etc., treat- ment.