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288 PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 275--JUNE 29, 1949 [63 STAT. to the Federal Security Administrator for providing rehabilitation services to disabled residents of the District of Columbia, as authorized 41 Stat. 737. by section 6 of said Act, which latter amount shall be available for administrative expenses in connection with providing such services in the District of Columbia, printing and binding, including the purchase of reprints, and travel: Provided, That not to exceed 15 per centum of the appropriation shall be used for administrative 41U. S.C. § . purposes: And provided further, That section 3709 of the Revised Post, p. 403 . Statutes, as amended, shall not apply to any purchase made or service rendered when the aggregate amount involved does not exceed $400. Payments to States (including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico), next succeeding fiscal year: For making, after May 31 of the current fiscal year, payments to States in accordance with the Vocational 41 Stat. 735. Rehabilitation Act, as amended (including the objects specified in 29 U.S. C . §31-41. the preceding paragraph), for the first quarter of the next succeeding fiscal year such sums as may be necessary, the obligations incurred and the expenditures made thereunder to be charged to the appro- priation therefor for that fiscal year: Provided, That the payments made pursuant to this paragraph shall not exceed the amount paid to the States for the first quarter of the current fiscal year. Salaries and expenses: For expenses necessary in carrying out 41 Stat. 735. the provisions of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act, as amended, 49 Stat. 1559. and of the Act approved June 20, 1936 (20 U. S . C ., ch. 6A), including 07.. c.C 107- personal services in the District of Columbia; services as authorized 60 Stat. 810 . by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U. S . C . 55a); exchange of books; and not to exceed $3,000 for production, purchase, and distribution of educational films; $685,000. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE For necessary expenses in carrying out the Public Health Service 5 Stats6.6201 Act, as amended (42 U. S . C . ch. 6A) (hereinafter referred to as 42 U.S. C. 9§201- 291m; Supp. II, §201 the Act), and other Acts, including (with the exception of the appro- et seq. C'st, p. 34 . priation "Pay, and so forth, commissioned officers, Public Health Service") personal services in the District of Columbia; purchase of reports, documents, and other material for publication; services as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U. S . C . 60 Stat. 810 . 55a); preparation and display of posters and exhibits by contract or otherwise; packing, unpacking, crating, uncrating, drayage, and transportation of personal effects of commissioned officers and trans- portation of their dependents on change of station; and increased allowances to Reserve Officers for foreign service; as follows: Venereal diseases: To carry out the purposes of sections 314 (a) and 58 Stat. 693,704. 363 of the Act with respect to venereal diseases, including the opera- 42 U.S. C. §§246(a), 266; Supp. i,§ 266 tion and maintenance of centers for the diagnosis, treatment, support, note. and clothing of persons afflicted with venereal diseases; transporta- tion and subsistence of such persons and their attendants to and from the place of treatment or allowance in lieu thereof: diagnosis and treatment (including emergency treatment for other illnesses) of such persons through contracts with physicians and hospitals and 41U.. c.C. other appropriate institutions without regard to section 3709 of the Po p.403. Revised Statutes, as amended; fees for case finding and referral to such centers of voluntary patients; reasonable expenses of preparing remains or burial of deceased patients; recreational supplies and equipment; leasing of facilities and repair and alteration of leased facilities; the purchase of not to exceed sixty passenger motor vehicles for replacement only, and for grants of money, services, supplies, equipment, and use of facilities to States, as defined in the Act, and with the approval of the respective State health authorities, to coun- ties, health districts, and other political subdivisions of the States,