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PUBLIC LAW 4 1 4 - J U N E 27, 1952

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country for interment, and the ordinary and necessary expenses of such interment and of preparation for shipment, are authorized to be paid on the written order of the Attorney General. M E M B E R S OF THE ARMED FORCES

SEC. 284. Nothing contained in this title shall be construed so as to limit, restrict, deny, or affect the coming into or departure from the United States of an alien member of the Armed Forces of the United States who is in the uniform of, or who bears documents identifying him as a member of, such Armed Forces, and who is coming to or departing from the United States under official orders or permit of such Armed Forces: Provided, That nothing contained in this section shall be construed to give to or confer upon any such alien any other privileges, rights, benefits, exemptions, or immunties under this Act, which are not otherwise specifically granted by this Act. DISPOSAL OF PRIVILEGES AT I M M I G R A N T STATIONS

SEC. 285. (a) Subject to such conditions and limitations as the Attorney General shall prescribe, all exclusive privleges of exchanging money, transporting passengers or baggage, keeping eating houses, or other like privileges in connection with any United States immigrant station, shall be disposed of to the lowest responsible and capable bidder (other than an alien) in accordance with the provisions of section 3709 of the Revised Statutes, as amended (41 U.S.C. 5), and for the use of Government property in connection with the exercise of such exclusive privileges a reasonable rental may be charged. The feeding of aliens, or the furnishing of any other necessary service in connection with any United States immigrant station, may be performed by the Service without regard to the foregoing provisions of this subsection if the Attorney General shall find that it would be advantageous to the Government in terms of economy and efficiency. No intoxicating liquors shall be sold at any immigrant station. (b) Such articles determined by the Attorney General to be necessary to the health and welfare of aliens detained at any immigrant station, when not otherwise readily procurable by such aliens, may be sold at reasonable prices to such aliens through Government canteens operated by the Service, under such conditions and limitations as the Attorney General shall prescribe. (c) All rentals or other receipts accruing from the disposal of privileges, and all moneys arising from the sale of articles through Serviceoperated canteens, authorized by this section, shall be covered into the Treasury to the credit of the appropriation for the enforcement of this title. DISPOSITION OF M O N E Y S COLLECTED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THIS TITLE

S E C 286. (a) All moneys paid into the Treasury to reimburse the Service for detention, transportation, hospitalization, and all other expenses of detained aliens paid from the appropriation for the enforcement of this Act, and all moneys paid into the Treasury to reimburse the Service for expenses of landing stations referred to in section 238(c) paid by the Service from the appropriation for the enforcement of this Act, shall be credited to the appropriation for the enforcement of this Act for the fiscal year in which the expenses were incurred. (b) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (a), or in any other provision of this title, all moneys received in payment of fees and