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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 411-JULY 31, 1947 58 stat. 3 1. States as required by the Act of June 28, 1944; in all, $13,374,000, 321h. together with all moneys arising from the conduct of business 37 Stat. 5. operations authorized by the Panama Canal Act. 48 U 8.s. .§ la30- Sanitation: For sanitation, quarantine, hospitals, and medical aid and support of the insane and of lepers and aid and support of indigent persons legally within the Canal Zone, including expenses of their deportation when practicable, the purchase of artificial limbs or other appliances for persons who were injured in the service of the Isthmian Canal Commission or the Panama Canal prior to September 7, 1916, additional compensation to any officer of the United States Public Health Service detailed with the Panama Canal as chief Blood for transfu- quarantine officer, and payments of not to exceed $50 in any one case sions. to persons within the Government service who shall furnish blood from their veins for transfusion to the veins of patients in Panama Canal Hospitals, $3,552,000. Civil government. Civil government: For civil government of the Panama Canal and Canal Zone, including gratuities and necessary clothing for indigent discharged prisoners, $2,900,000. Additional facilities. Construction of additional facilities, Panama Canal: For construc- tion of additional facilities for the improvement and enlargement of the capacity of the Panama Canal, in accordance with the Act of n48U . . s 1307 August 11, 1939 (53 Stat. 1409) and for carrying out the purposes of 9stat.663. Public Law 280, approved December 28, 1945, including reimburse- ments to the appropriations for "Maintenance and operation, sanitation, and civil government, Panama Canal", in such amounts as the Governor of the Panama Canal shall from time to time determine to be additional costs incurred for the objects specified in said appropriations on account of the prosecution of the work; in all, $750,000. Total, Panama Canal, $20,576,000, to be available until expended. Additional sums. In addition to the foregoing sums there is hereby made available for the fiscal year 1948 for expenditures and reinvestment under the several heads of appropriation aforesaid, without being covered into the Treasury of the United States, and to remain available until expended, all moneys received by the Panama Canal during the fiscal year 1948 from services rendered or materials and supplies furnished to the United States, the Panama Railroad Company, the Canal Zone government, or to their employees, respectively, or to the Panama Government, from hotel and hospital supplies and services; from rentals, wharfage, and like service; from labor, materials, and supplies and other services furnished to vessels other than those passing through the Canal, and to others unable to obtain the same elsewhere; from the sale of scrap and other byproducts of manufacturing and shop operations; from the sale of obsolete and unserviceable materials, supplies, and equipment purchased or acquired for the operation, maintenance, protection, sanitation, and government of the Net profits. Canal and Canal Zone; and any net profits accruing from such business to the Panama Canal shall annually be covered into the Treasury of the United States. watneaoanrk, en. There is also made available for the fiscal year 1948 for the operation, maintenance, and extension of waterworks, sewers, and pavements in the cities of Panama and Colon, to remain available until expended, the necessary portions of such sums as shall be paid during that fiscal year as water rentals or directly by the Government of Panama for such expenses. GENERAL PROVISIONS CitansZo.rre S EC .2 . No part of any appropriation contained in this Act shall be ment. used directly or indirectly, except for temporary employment in case of emergency, for the payment of any civilian for services rendered by [61 STAT.