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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 275--JUNE 29,1949 24. S . c .noteprec. Order 9079, dated February 26, 1942; purchase of not to exceed one passenger motor vehicle for replacement only; firearms and ammuni- tion; reimbursement to the working-capital fund for articles or services furnished by the industrial activities; $11,612,000, of which $2,888,000 shall be for the operation (exclusive of research and train- ing) of the Public Health Service hospitals, Fort Worth, Texas, and Lexington, Kentucky, and of which not less than $750,000 shall be avail- able exclusively for payment of obligations for research and training grants incurred under authority heretofore granted under this head; Research and train- and, in addition to the amount appropriated herein, the Surgeon g grants. General is authorized, upon the recommendations of the National Advisory Mental Health Council, to approve applications for research and training grants, not to exceed a total of $2,150,000, for periods beyond the current fiscal year, and such grants shall, if approved during the current fiscal year, constitute a contractual obligation of the Federal Government. Foreign quarantine service: For carrying out the purposes of sec- t8 Stat. 703-706. tions 361 to 369 of the Act, relating to preventing the introduction of 42 U. S. C. §264- 272; upp. II, 266 . communicable diseases from foreign countries, the medical examina- 58 Stat. 697. 252 tion of aliens in accordance with section 325 of the Act, and the care 68 Stat. 696. and treatment of quarantine detainees pursuant to section 322 (e) of II42 U (e)c upp. the Act in private or other public hospitals when facilities of the Public Health Service are not available, including insurance of official motor vehicles in foreign countries when required by law of such countries; and the purchase of not to exceed twelve passenger motor vehicles for replacement only, $3,085,000. Employee health service programs: For carrying out the functions of the Public Health Service under the Act of August 8, 1946 60 Stat.903. (5 U. S . C. 150), $167,000: Provided, 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 Institutes of Health, operating expenses: For the activities of the National Institutes of Health, not otherwise provided for, in- cluding research fellowships and grants for research projects pur- 582UatS 6 . 241; suant to section 301 of the Act; the regulation and preparation of Supp. II,§241. biologic products; the purchase of not to exceed ten passenger motor vehicles for replacement only; and erection of temporary structures for storage of equipment and supplies and housing of animals, Research grants. $12,075,000; and, in addition, the Surgeon General is authorized, upon the recommendations of the National Advisory Health Council, to approve applications for research grants, not to exceed a total of $1,925,000, for periods beyond the current fiscal year, and such grants shall, if approved during the current fiscal year, constitute a con- tractual obligation of the Federal Government. National Cancer Institute: To enable the Surgeon General, upon the recommendations of the National Advisory Cancer Council, to make grants-in-aid for research and training projects relating to cancer, including grants for drawing plans, erection of buildings and acquisition of land therefor; to cooperate with State health agencies, and other public and private nonprofit institutions, in the prevention, control, and eradication of cancer by providing consultative services, demonstrations, and grants-in-aid; and to otherwise carry out the 58 Stat. 707. provisions of title IV, Part A, of the Act, $18,900,000, of which not 42 U. S. C. §§281- 284: Supp. n , § 281, less than $3,000,000 shall be available exclusively for payment of 283286. obligations for research and training grants incurred under authority Rsearch and tr'n- heretofore granted under this head; and, in addition to the amount appropriated herein, the Surgeon General is authorized, upon the 290 [63 STAT.