61 STAT.] 80TH CONG. , IST SESS.-CH. 210-JULY 8, 1947 indigent leper patients; court costs and other expenses incident to proceedings for commitment of mentally incompetent persons to hos- pitals for the care and treatment of the insane; expenses of preparing and transporting remains, or reasonable burial expenses, for any patient dying in a hospital; travel; purchase and exchange of farm products and livestock; and reimbursement to employees, subject to regulations of the Federal Security Administrator, for the cost of repair or replacement of personal belongings damaged or destroyed by patients while such employees were engaged in the performance of their official duties; $20,000,000, of which not to exceed $501,519 may be transferred to the appropriation "Commissioned officers, pay, and so forth". Mental health activities: For expenses necessary for carrying out the provisions of sections 301, 302, 312, and 321 with respect to mental diseases, sections 322, 324, 326, 504, and 710 with respect to treatment at the Public Health Service Hospitals, Fort Worth, Texas, and Lex- ington, Kentucky, of persons suffering from psychiatric disorders, and sections 303, 341, 343, and 344 of the Act, and Executive Order 9079, dated February 26, 1942, including minor repairs to and maintenance of buildings; purchase of one passenger motor vehicle; court costs and other expenses incident to proceedings taken for commitment of mentally incompetent persons to hospitals; expenses of preparing and transporting remains, or reasonable burial expenses, for any patient dying in a hospital; firearms and ammunition; travel; printing and binding; reimbursement to the working capital fund for articles or services furnished by the industrial activities; expenses incurred in pursuing, identifying, and returning escaped prisoners, including rewards for their capture; transportation and subsistence allowance, within continental United States, of any narcotic addict voluntarily admitted and discharged as cured; reimbursement to employees, sub- ject to regulations of the Federal Security Administrator, for the cost of repair or replacement of personal belongings damaged or destroyed by patients while such employees were engaged in the performance of their official duties; tobacco for patients; $4,250,000, of which not to exceed $99,500 may be transferred to the appropriation "Commis- sioned officers, pay, and so forth": Provided, That as of June 30, 1947, and the end of each fiscal year thereafter any balances in the "Working capital fund, narcotic hospitals," in excess of $150,000 shall be transferred to the surplus fund of the Treasury. 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 the purchase of eighteen passenger motor vehicles, $2,450,000. Employee health service programs: For carrying out the functions of the Public Health Service under the Acof f August 8,1946 (Public Law 658), including travel and purchase of one passenger motor vehicle, $300,000, of which not to exceed $30,583 may be used for a health service program for Public Health Service employees: Pro- vided, That when the Public Health Service, at the request of any department or agency of the Government, establishes or operates a health service program for such department or agency such amount as may be necessary may be consolidated with this appropriation by transfer from the applicable appropriation or appropriations of such department or agency. National Institute of Health, operating expenses: For the activities of the National Institute of Health, not otherwise provided for, 269 58 Stat. 691-71F. 42 U. .8. §. 241, 242 242, 244 , 248, 2i9 and note, 251, 263, 222, 257, 269, 200; 24U 8. 0. note prec. i 191. Trnsfer of fundi. 60 Stat. 903. 5U.S.C. 150 P°, p. 616.