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[71 Stat. 218]
[71 Stat. 218]


42 USC 241, 243, 246, 264, 266, 273.

42 USC 246, 266.

42 USC 246(b).

42 USC 241, 243, 264.

42 USC 241, 243, 246(c), 264.

69 Stat. 322. 42 USC 1 8 5 71857f. 70 Stat. 498. 33 USC 466 note.

33 USC 466e.

60 Stat. 1042; 68 Stat. 462. 42 USC 2 9 1 d291h, 29l8-291v.

PUBLIC LAW 85-67-JUNE 29, 1957



Grants and special studies, Territory of Alaska: To enable the Surgeon General to conduct, in the Service, and to cooperate with and assist the Territory of Alaska in the conduct of, activities necessary in the investigation, prevention, treatment, and control of diseases, and the establishment and maintenance of health and sanitation services pursuant to and for the purposes specified in sections 301, 311, 314 (without regard to the provisions of subsections (d), (f), (h), and (j) and the limitations set forth in subsection (c) of such section), 361, 363, and 371 of the Act, including the hire, operation, and maintenance of aircraft, and the purchase, erection, and maintenance of portable buildings, $2,165,000. Venereal diseases: To carry out the purposes of sections 314(a) and 363 of the Act with respect to venereal diseases including the operation and maintenance of centers for the diagnosis and treatment of persons afflicted with venereal diseases; and for grants of money, services, supplies, ecjuipment, and use of facilities to States, as defined in the Act, and with the approval of the respective State health authorities, to counties, health districts, and other political subdivisions of the States, for the foregoing purposes, in such amounts and upon such terms and conditions as the Surgeon General may determine; $4,415,000. Tuberculosis: To carry out the purposes of section 314(b) of the Act, $7,000,000, of which not less than $4,500,000 shall be available only for grants to States, to be matched by an equal amount of State and local funds expended for the same purpose, for direct expenses of prevention and case-finding projects including salaries, fees, and travel of personnel directly engaged in prevention and case-finding and the necessary equipment and supplies used directly in prevention and case-finding operations, but excluding the purchase of care in hospitals and sanatoria. Communicable diseases: To carry out, except as otherwise provided for, those provisions of sections 301, 311, and 361 of the Act relating to the prevention and suppression of communicable and preventable diseases, and the interstate transmission and spread thereof, including the purchase, erection, and maintenance of portable buildings; and hire, maintenance, and operation of aircraft; $6,250,000. Sanitary engineering activities: For expenses, not otherwise provided, necessary to carry out those provisions of sections 301, 311, 314 (c), and 361 of the Act relating to sanitation and other aspects of environmental health, including enforcement of applicable quarantine laws and interstate quarantine regulations, and for carrying out the purposes of the Acts of July 14, 1955 (Public Law 159), and July 9, 1956 (Public Law 660), including $2,700,000 for grants to States and $300,000 for grants to interstate agencies; and the hire, maintenance, and operation of aircraft; $12,640,000, to remain available only until June 30, 1958. Grants for waste treatment works construction: For payments under section 6 of the Water Pollution Control Act, as amended (70 Stat. 502), $45,000,000 which together with the amount appropriated under this head in the Second Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1957 (70 Stat. 769) shall be applied to payment on account of allotments made for the current and preceding fiscal years pursuant to said Act, such sums to remain available only until June 30, 1959: Provided, That allotments under such section 6 for the current fiscal year shall be made on the basis of $50,000,000. Grants for hospital construction: For payments under parts C and G, title VI, of the Act, as amended, $121,200,000, of which $99,000,000 shall be for payments for hospitals and related facilities pursuant to part C, $1,200,000 shall be for the purposes authorized in section 636