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Temporary Provisions Respecting Medical and Hospital Benefits Sec. 50 usc 10531

33 USC 7630 Sec. 810. (a)1

(b) Subject to regulations of the President, lightkeepers, assistant lightkeepers, and officers and crews of vessels of the former Lighthouse Service, including any such persons who subsequent to June 30, 1939, have involuntarily been assigned to other civilian duty in the Coast Guard, who were entitled to medical relief at hospitals and other stations of the Public Health Service prior to enactment of this Act, and who are now or hereafter on active duty or who have been or may hereafter be retired under the provisions of section 6 of the Act of June 20, 1918, as amended (U.S.C., 1940 edition, title 33, sec. 763), shall be entitled to medical, surgical, and dental treatment and hospitalization at hospitals and other stations of the Public Health Service: PROVIDED, That such persons while on active duty shall also be entitled to care and treatment in accordance with the provisions of section 322 (e) of this Act.

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Appointments to Higher Grades for Mental Health

and Hospital Construction Activities

42 USC 211a

Sec. 811. Twenty officers may be appointed to grades in the Regular Corps of the Service above that of senior assistant, but not to a grade above that of director, to assist in carrying out the purposes of this Act with respect to mental health and twenty officers may be appointed to such grades in the Regular Corps to assist in carrying out title VI of this Act. Officers appointed pursuant to this section in any fiscal year shall not be counted as part of the 10 per centum of the original appointments authorized to be made in such year under section 207 (b); but they shall for all other purposes be treated as though appointed pur suaát to such section 207 (b). The twenty officers authorized by this section to be appointed to carry out the purposes of this Act with respect to mental health and the twenty officers so authorized to be appointed to carry out title VI shall be reduced by the number of officers appointed under clause (A) and the number appointed under clause (B), respectively, of section 208 (b) (2) of this Act, in effect prior to the

b enactment of this section. 3

Certain Retirements for Disability Sec. 812. An officer of the Reserve Corps of the Public Health Service who was separated from the Service or returned to inactive status by reason of a disability incurred in line of duty after December 6, 1941, and prior to July 1, 1944, and who would have been eligible for retirement by reason of such disability if section 211 of the Public Health Service Act had been in effect on and after December 7, 1941, shall be considered as though he had been retired at the time of such separation or return to inactive service. Any such officer, and any other officer of the Reserve Corps retired for a disability which was incurred in line of duty after December 6, 1941, and prior to July 1, 1944, shall be entitled, for periods both before and after the date of the enactment of this section, to the same retired pay to which he would have been entitled if such section 211, as amended simultaneously with the enactment of this section, had been in effect on and after December 7, 1941.

42 USC 212a

1 Subsection (a) was repealed by section 306 (4) of PL 569, 84th Congress.
2 Subsection (c) was repealed effective 6 months after July 25, 1947, by section 2(b) of Joint Res.

July 25, 1997, 61 Stat. 451, 42 USC 249, Note.
3/ These sections were added by section 9(b) of PL 425, 80th Congress.

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Repeal of Existing Law

Sec. 813. The following statutes or parts of statutes are hereby repealed:

The two paragraphs under the subheading “Marine--hospital establishment (customs:)" under the heading "Under the Treasury Department" in section 3689 in title XLI of the Revised Statutes of the United States;

Sections 4801, 4802, 4803, 4804, 4805, and 4806 in title LIX of the Revised Statutes of the United States;

The last paragraph under the heading “Miscellaneous" in chapter 130, 18 Statutes at Large 371, which paragraph is the seventh beginning on page 377;

Chapter 156, 18 Statutes at Large 485;
Chapter 66, 20 Statutes at Large 37;
Chapter 202, 20 Statutes at Large 484;
Chapter 61, 21 Statutes at Large 46;

Section 1, and the final clause of section 2 (which reads as follows: "and the said quarantine stations when so established shall be conducted by the Marine Hospital Service under regulations framed in accordance with the Act of April twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight"), of chapter 727, 25 Statutes at Large 355;

Chapter 19, 25 Statutes at Large 639;
Chapter 51, 26 Statutes at Large 31;

The last sentence of the paragraph headed "Office of the Supervising Surgeon General, Marine Hospital Service" in chapter 541, 26 Statutes at Large 908, which appears at page 923 and reads as follows: "And hereafter, the Supervising Surgeon General is hereby authorized to cause the detail of two surgeons and two passed assistant surgeons for duty in the Bureau, who shall each receive the pay and allowances of their respective grades in the general service.";

Chapter 114, 27 Statutes at Large 449;

The last sentence of the paragraph headed "Office of Supervising Surgeon General, Marine Hospital Service", in chapter 174, 28 Statutes at Large 162, which appears at page 179 and which reads as follows: "And hereafter the Supervising Surgeon General of the Marine Hospital Service is hereby authorized to cause the detail of an additional medical officer and one hospital steward for duty in the Bureau, who shall each receive the pay and allowances of his respective grade in the general service.";

Chapter 213, 28 Statutes at Large 229;
Chapter 300, 28 Statutes at Large 372;

The last sentence of the paragraph headed "Office of Supervising Surgeon General, Marine Hospital Service", in chapter 177,28 Statutes at Large 764, which appears at page 780 and which reads as follows: "And hereafter the Supervising Surgeon General of the Marine Hospital Service is hereby authorized to cause the detail of two hospital attendants from the port of New York for duty in the laboratory of the Bureau, and who shall each receive the pay equivalent to the compensation of a first-class hospital attendant.";

The proviso at the end of the paragraph headed “Office of Supervising Surgeon-General Marine-Hospital Service” in chapter 265, 29 Statutes at Large 538, which appears at page 554 and which reads as follows: "PROVIDED, That the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized, in his discretion, to grant to the medical officers of the Marine-Hospital Service commissioned by the President, without deduction of pay, leaves of absence for the same period of time and in the same manner as is now authorized to be granted to officers of the Army by the Secretary of War";

Chapter 349, 30 Statutes at Large 976;
Section 10, chapter 191, 31 Statutes at Large 77, at page 80;
The first paragraph of section 97 of chapter 339, 31 Statutes at Large 141;
Chapter 836, 31 Statutes at Large 1086;

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That portion of the third paragraph of section 84 of chapter 1369, 32 Statutes at Large 691, which appears at page 711 and which reads as follows: "and the provisions of law relating to the public health and quarantine shall apply in the case of all vessels entering a port of the United States or its aforesaid possessions from said islands, where the customs officers at the port of departure shall perform the duties required by such law of consular officers in foreign ports”;

Chapter 1370, 32 Statutes at Large 712;
Chapter 1378, 32 Statutes at Large 728;
Chapter 1443, 33 Statutes at Large 1009;

The last sentence of the last paragraph under the heading “Public Health and Marine Hospital Service" in chapter 1484, 33 Statutes at Large 1214, which appears at page 1217 and which reads as follows: "And the Secretary of the Treasury shall, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and seven, and annually thereafter, submit to Congress, in the regular Book of Estimates, detailed estimates of the expenses of maintaining the Public Health and Marine Hospital Service,";

Public Resolution Numbered 21, 33 Statutes at Large 1283;
Chapter 3433, 34 Statutes at Large 299;
Section 17 of chapter 1134, 34 Statutes at Large 898, at page 903;

That portion of the third paragraph under the heading “Back Pay and Bounty" in chapter 200, 35 Statutes at Large 373, as amended by chapter 213, 52 Statutes at Large 352, which is at page 352 of 52 Statutes at Large and which reads as follows: "and of decea sed commissioned officers of the Public Health Service";

The proviso in the tenth paragraph under the heading "Public Health and Marine Hospital Service" in chapter 285, 36 Statutes at Large 1363, which appears in the eighth paragraph on page 1394 and which reads as follows: "PROVIDED, That there may be admitted into said hospitals, for study, persons with infectious or other diseases affecting the public health, and not to exceed ten cases in any one hospital at one time", and the substantially similar provisions appearing under the heading "Public Health and Marine Hospital Service" or the heading “Public Health Service" in the following statutes: Chapter 355, 37 Statutes at Large 417, at page 435; chapter 3, 38 Statutes at Large 4, at page 24; chapter 209, 39 Statutes at Large 262, at page 278; chapter 28, 40 Statutes at Large 459, at page 468; chapter 113, 40 Statutes at Large 634, at page 644; chapter 24, 41 Statutes at Large 163, at page 175;

Chapter 288, 37 Statutes at Large 309;

The proviso at the end of the last paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service" in chapter 149, 37 Statutes at Large 912, which appears at page 915 and which reads as follows: "PROVIDED, That hereafter the director of the Hygienic Laboratory shall receive the pay and allowances of a senior surgeon";

That portion of the second paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service” in chapter 3, 38 Statutes at Large 4, which appears at page 23 and which reads as follows: "at least six of the assistant surgeons provided for hereunder shall be required to have had a special training in the diagnosis of insanity and mental defect for duty in connection with the examination of arriving aliens with special reference to the detection of mental defection; ";

The proviso at the end of the twelfth paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service" in chapter 3, 38 Statutes at Large 4, which appears at page 24 and which reads as follows: "PROVIDED, That hereafter commissioned officers and pharmacists, and those employees of the Service devoting all their time to field work, shall be entitled to hospital relief when taken sick or injured in line of duty";

The la st clause of chapter 124, 38 Statutes at Large 387, which reads as follows: "and the said Secretary is hereby authorized to detail for duty on revenue cutters such surgeons and other persons of the Public Health Service as he may deem necessary";

Section 5 of chapter 414, 39 Statutes at Large 536, at page 538;
Chapter 26, 39 Statutes at Large 872;

That portion of section 16 of chapter 29, 39 Statutes at Large 874, which appears at page 885 and which reads as follows: "who shall have had at least two years' experience in the practice of their profession since receiving the degree of doctor of medicine, and ";

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The sixth paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service" in chapter 3, 40 Statutes at Large 2, at page 6;

The seventh paragraph under the heading “Bureau of Mines" in chapter 27, 40 Statutes at Large 105, which is the third full paragraph appearing on page 146;

Chapter 37, 40 Statutes at Large 242;

The proviso in the fourth paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service" in chapter 113, 40 Statutes at Large 634, which appears at page 644 and which reads as follows: “PROVIDED, That the pay of attendants at marine hospitals, quarantine and immigration stations, whose present compensation is less than the rate of $1,200 per annum, may be increased to a rate not to exceed $1,200 per annum";

The proviso in the eleventh paragraph under the heading “Public Health Servo ice" in chapter 113, 40 Statutes at Large 634, which appears at page 644 and which reads as follows: "PROVIDED, That the Public Health Service, from and after July first, nineteen hundred and eighteen, shall pay to Saint Elizabeths Hospital the actual per capita cost of maintenance in the said hospital of patients committed by that Service";

The sixtieth paragraph under the heading "Bureau of Fisheries" in chapter 113, 40 Statutes at Large 634, which is the fourth full paragraph appearing on

page 694;

Sections 1, 3, 4, 6, and 7 of chapter XV of chapter 143, 40 Statutes at Large 845, at page 886;

The thirteenth paragraph under the heading "General Expenses, Bureau of Chemistry" in chapter 178, 40 Statutes at Large 973, which is the second full paragraph appearing on page 992;

Section 2 of chapter 179, 40 Statutes at Large 1008;
Chapter 196, 40 Statutes at Large 1017;
Chapter 98, 40 Statutes at Large 1302;

The last paragraph under the heading "Public Health Service" in chapter 6, 41 Statutes at Large 35, which is the sixth full paragraph appearing on page 45;

The proviso at the end of the first paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service" in chapter 94, 41 Statutes at Large 503, which appears at page 507, and which reads as follows: "PROVIDED, That the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to make regulations governing the disposal of articles produced by patients in the course of their curative treatment, either by allowing the patient to reta in same or by selling the articles and depositing the money received to the credit of the appropriation from which the materials for making the articles were purchased";

The second paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service" in chapter 94, 41 Statutes at Large 503, which is the seventh full paragraph appearing on page 507;

The last paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service" in chapter 94, 41 Statutes at Large 503, which is the seventh full paragraph appearing on page 508, and the substantially similar provisions in chapter lól, 41 Statutes at Large 1367, at page 1378;

The fourth paragraph under the heading "Quarantine Stations" in chapter 235, 41 Statutes at Large 874, which is the eighth full paragraph appearing on

The third paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service” in chapter 235, 41 Statutes at Large 874, which is the ninth full paragraph appearing on page 883;

Chapter 80, 41 Statutes at Large 1149;

The second paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service" in chapter 23, 42 Statutes at Large 29, which is the thirteenth full paragraph appearing on

The proviso at the end of section 4 of chapter 57, 42 Statutes at Large 147. which appears at page 148, and which reads as follows: "PROVIDED, That all commissioned personnel detailed or hereafter detailed from the United States Public Health Service to the Veterans' Bureau, shall hold the same rank and grade, shall receive the same pay and allowances, and shall be subject to the same rules for relative rank and promotion as now or hereafter may be provided by law for commissioned personnel of the same rank or grade or performing the same or similar duties in the United States Public Health Service";

page 875;

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The ninth paragraph under the heading “Bureau of Mines", in chapter 199, 42 Statutes at Large 552, which is the fourth full paragraph on page 588, and the substantially similar provisions in chapter 42, 42 Statutes at Large 1174, at page 1210; chapter 264, 43 Statutes at Large 390, at page 422; chapter 462, 43 Statutes at Large 1141, at page 1175;

The last sentence of the paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service" in chapter 258, 42 Statutes at Large 767, which appears at page 776 and which reads as follows: "The Immigration Service shall reimburse the Public Health Service on the basis of per capita rates fixed by the Secretary of the Treasury and the sums received by the Public Health Service from this source shail be covered into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts”;

The first proviso at the end of the ninth paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service" in chapter 84, 43 Statutes at Large 64, which appears at page 75 and which reads as follows: "PROVIDED, That the Immigration Service shall permit the Public Health Service to use the hospitals at Ellis Island Immigration Station for the care of the Public Health Service patients, free of expense for physical upkeep, but with a charge of actual cost for fuel, light, water, telephone, and similar supplies and services, to be covered into the proper Immigration Service appropriations; and moneys collected by the Immigration Service on account of hospital expenses of pe:sons detained under the immigration laws and regulations at Ellis Island Immigration Station shall be covered into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts:", and substantially similar provisions under the heading “Public Health Service" in chapter 87, 43 Statutes at Large 763, at page 775; chapter 43, 44 Statutes at Large 136, at page 147; chapter 126, 45 Statutes at Large 162, at page 174; chapter 39, 45 Statutes at Large 1028, at page 1039; chapter 289, 46 Statutes at Large 335, at page 347; chapter 110, 49 Statutes at Large 218, at page 229; chapter 725, 49 Statutes at Large 1827, at page 1839; chapter 180, 50 Statutes at Large 137, at page 149; chapter 55,52 Statutes at Large 120, at page 133; chapter 428, 54 Statutes at Large 574, at page 585; chapter 269, 55 Statutes at Large 466, at page 481; and chapter 475, 56 Statutes at Large 562, at page 581;

Chapter 146, 43 Statutes at Large 809;

The words "and public health" in the last sentence of section 7 (b) of chapter 344, 44 Statutes at Large 568, at page 572;

The words "or public-health" in section 11 (b) (2) of chapter 344, 44 Statutes at Large 568, at page 574, as amended;

Section 3 of chapter 371, 44 Statutes at Large 622, at page 626;
Chapter 625, 45 Statutes at Large 603;

The proviso at the end of the fifth paragraph under the heading “Public Health Service" in chapter 39, 45 Statutes at Large 1028, which appears at page 1039, and which reads as follows: "PROVIDED, That funds expendable for transportation and traveling expenses may also be used for preparation for shipment and transportation to their former homes of remains of officers who die in line of duty", and substantially similar provisions appearing under the heading "Public Health Service" in chapter 289, 46 Statutes at Large 335, at page 346; chapter 110, 49 Statutes at Large 218, at page 228; chapter 725, 49 Statutes at Large 1827, at page 1839; chapter 180, 50 Statutes at Large 137, at page 148; chapter 55, 52 Statutes at Large 120, at page 132; chapter 428, 54 Statutes at Large 574, at page 584; chapter 269, 55 Statutes at Large 466, at page 480;

Chapter 82, 45 Statutes at Large 1085;

The second paragraph under the heading "Government in the Territories” in chapter 707, 45 Statutes at Large 1023, which is the seventh full paragraph on page 1644;

So much of chapter 70, 46 Statutes at Large 81, as reads: ", and at his discretion to permit the erection of other buildings which may in the future be donated to promote the welfare of patients and personnel";

Chapter 125, 46 Statutes at Large 150;
Chapter 320, 46 Statutes at Large 379;
Section 4 of chapter 488, 46 Statutes at Large 585;
Chapter 597, 46 Statutes at Large 807;
Chapter 409, 46 Statutes at Large 1491;

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