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63 STAT.] 81ST CONG., 1ST SESS.-CH. 288-JUNE 30, 1949 transfer shall be made to said agency for such distribution within the State. (3) In the case of surplus property under the control of the National Military Establishment, the Secretary of Defense shall deter- mine whether such property is usable and necessary for educational activities that are of special interest to the armed services, such as maritime academies or military, naval, Air Force, or Coast Guard preparatory schools. If such Secretary shall determine that such property is usable and necessary for such purposes, he shall allocate it for transfer by the Administrator to such educational activities. If he shall determine that such property is not usable and necessary for such purposes, it may be disposed of in accordance with paragraph 2 of this subsection. (k) (1) Under such regulations as he may prescribe, the Admin- istrator is authorized, in his discretion, to assign to the Federal Security Administrator for disposal such surplus real property, including buildings, fixtures, and equipment situated thereon, as is recommended by the Federal Security Administrator as being needed for school, classroom, or other educational use, or for use in the protec- tion of public health, including research. (A) Subject to the disapproval of the Administrator within thirty days after notice to him by the Federal Security Admin- istrator of a proposed transfer of property for school, class- room, or other educational use, the Federal Security Adminis- trator, through such officers or employees of the Federal Security Agency as he may designate, may sell or lease such real property, including buildings, fixtures, and equipment situated thereon, for educational purposes to the States and their political subdivi- sions and instrumentalities, and tax-supported educational insti- tutions, and to other nonprofit educational institutions which have been held exempt from taxation under section 101 (6) of the Internal Revenue Code. (B) Subject to the disapproval of the Administrator within thirty days after notice to him by the Federal Security Adminis- trator of a proposed transfer of property for public-health use, the Federal Security Administrator, through such officers or employees of the Federal Security Agency as he may designate, may sell or lease such real property for public-health purposes, including research. to the States and their political subdivisions and instrumentalities, and to tax-supported medical institutions, and to hospitals or other similar institutions not operated for profit which have been held exempt from taxation under section 101 (6) of the Internal Revenue Code. (C) In fixing the sale or lease value of property to be disposed of under subparagraph (A) and subparagraph (B) of this para- graph, the Federal Security Administrator shall take into consid- eration any benefit which has accrued or may accrue to the United States from the use of such property by any such State, political subdivision, instrumentality, or institution. (D) "States" as used in this subsection includes the District of Columbia and the Territories and possessions of the United States. (2) Subject to the disapproval of the Administrator within thirty days after notice to him of any action to be taken under this subsection- (A) The Federal Security Administrator, through such officers or employees of the Federal Security Agency as he may designate, in the case of property transferred pursuant to the Surplus Property Act of 1944, as amended, and pursuant to this Act, 387 Educational activi- ties of armed services. Disposal of surplus real property. 53 Stat. 33 . 26 U. S. C. §101(6). 53 Stat. 33 . 26 U.S. C. §101(6). " States." 58 Stat. 765. 50U.S.0.app. ii 1611-1646; 8upp. ]t 11612 et seq. Pot, p. 390.