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uation projects, means discrete, identi- fined, royalties shall be accounted for fiable projects supported under this as follows: subpart and not to solely the provision (1) Patent royalties, whether received of administrative and staff support for during or after the project period, shall the Center.

be governed by agreements between the

Assistant Secretary for Health, Depart$67.113 Control of data.

ment of Health and Human Services, Except as otherwise provided in the and the grantee, pursuant to the Determs and conditions of the award and partment's patent regulations (45 CFR subject to the confidentiality require parts 6 and 8). ments of $67.112, all data collected or (ii) Copyright royalties, whether reassembled for the purposes of carrying ceived during or after the grant period, -out health services research, dem

shall first be used to reduce the Fedonstration, or evaluation projects di

eral share of the grant to cover the rectly supported under this subpart (as costs of publishing or producing the that term is defined in $67.112) shall be

materials; and any royalties in excess made available to the Secretary upon

of the costs of publishing or producing -request.

such materials shall be distributed in

accordance with chapter 1-420 or the 367.114 Grantee accountability.

Department of Health and Human (a) Accounting for grant awurd pay

Services Grants Administration Manments. All payments made by the Sec

ual.2 retary shall be recorded by the grantee

(c) Grant closeout-(1) Date of final acn accounting records separate from

counting. In addition to such other spehe records of all other funds, including

cial and periodic accounting as the unds derived from other grant awards.

Secretary may require, a grantee shall With respect to each approved project

render with respect to each Center a he grantee shall account for the sum

full account, as provided herein, as of otal of all amounts paid by presenting

the termination of grant support which

shall be (i) the end of the project per otherwise making available evidence satisfactory to the Secretary of ex

riod, or (ii) the date of any termination penditures for direct and indirect costs

of grant support pursuant to subpart M

of 45 CFR part 74. neeting the requirements of this sub

(2) Final settlement. There shall be lart; Provided however, That when the mount awarded for indirect costs was

payable to the United States as final

settlement with respect to each ap lased on a predetermined fixed perentage of estimated direct costs, the

proved project the total sum of (i) any

amount not accounted for pursuant to mount allowed for indirect costs shall

paragraph (a) of this section and (ii) je computed on the basis of such preletermined fixed-percentage rates ap

any other amounts due pursuant to

subparts F, M, and 0 of 45 CFR part 74. lied to the total, or a selected element hereof, of the reimbursable direct

Such total sum shall constitute a debt

owed by the grantee to the United osts incurred.

States and shall be recovered from the (b) Accounting for royalties. Royalties eceived by grantees from copyrights

grantee or its successors or assignees

by set-off or other action as provided in publications or other works devel

by law. ped under the grant, or from patents ir inventions conceived or first actu- 867.115 Reports. hly reduced to practice in the course of or under such grant, shall be ac

Each grant awarded under this submounted for as follows:

part shall be subject to the condition (1) State and local governments. When he grantee is a State or local govern- 2 The Department of Health and Human nent as defined in 45 CFR 74.3, royal

Services Grants Administration Manual is ries shall be accounted for as provided

available for public inspection and copying En 45 CFR 74.44.

at the Department's and Regional Offices' in

formation centers listed in 45 CFR 5.31 and D: (2) Grantees other than State and local

may be purchased from the Superintendent e governments. Where the grantee is not a of Documents, U.S. Government Printing OfState or local government as so de- fice, Washington, DC 20402.

) that the grantee shall file written notic those terms are defined in subpart A of fication with the Secretary of each re that part 74. The relevant provisions of vrarch, demonstration or evaluation the following subparts of part 74 shall project undertaken by the Center on also apply to grants to other grantee the date that such project is initiated. organizations under this subpart: Buch notification shall include: (a) A description of the project, in

45 CFR PART 74 cluding the hypotheses to be tested or Subpart: the objectives to be pursued;

A General. (b) The names of the principal inves- B Cash Depositories. tigators and the principal staff mem- C Bonding and Insurance. bers that will be assigned to the

D Retention and Custodial Requirements

for Records. project; and

F Grant-Related Income. (c) A budget, including an identifica

G Matching and Cost Sharing. tion of the source of funds.

K Grant Payment Requirements.

L Budget Revision Procedures. 6 67.116 Human subjects.

M Grant Closeout, Suspension, and TermiNo award may be made under this nation. Bubpart unless the applicant has com- O Property. plled with 45 CFR part 46 and other ap- Q Cost Principles. plicable requirements pertaining to the

8 67.118 Additional conditions. protection of human subjects.

The Secretary may, with respect to $67.117 Applicability of 45 CFR part

any grant awarded under this subpart, 74.

impose additional conditions prior to The provisions of 45 CFR part 74, es- or at the time of any award when in his tablishing uniform administrative re- judgment such conditions are neoquirements and cost principles, shall essary to assure or protect advanceapply to all grants under this subpart ment of the approved Center or the to States and local governments as conservation of grant funds.



Subpart A-Definitions and

General Provisions

Subpart A-Definitions and General


Sec. 71.1 Scope and definitions. 71.2 Penalties. 71.3 Designation of yellow fever vaccination

centers: Validation stamps.

Subpart B-Measures at Foreign Ports

71.11 Bills of health.

Subpart c-Notice of Communicable

Disease Prior to Arrival 11.21 Radio report of death or illness. Subpart D-Health Measures at U.S. Ports:

Communicable Diseases

1.31 General provisions. '1.32 Persons, carriers, and things. '1.33 Persons: Isolation and surveillance. 1.34 Carriers of U.S. military services. 11.35 Report of death or illness on carrier

during stay in port.



Subpart E-Requirements Upon Arrival at

U.S. Ports: Sanitary Inspection 1.41 General provisions. 1.42 Disinsection of imports. 1.43 Exemption for mails. 1.44 Disinsection of aircraft. 1.45 Food, potable water, and waste: U.S.

seaports and airports. 1.46 Issuance of Deratting Certificates and

Deratting Exemption Certificates. 1.47 Special provisions relating to airports:

Office and isolation facilities. 71.48 Carriers in intercoastal and interstate


$71.1 Scope and definitions.

(a) The provisions of this part contain the regulations to prevent the introduction, transmission, and spread of communicable disease from foreign countries into the States or possessions of the United States. Regulations pertaining to preventing the interstate spread of communicable diseases are contained in 21 CFR parts 1240 and 1250.

(b) As used in this part the term:

Carrier means a ship, aircraft, train, road vehicle, or other means of trangport, including military.

Communicable disease means an illness due to a specific infectious agent or its toxic products which arises through transmission of that agent or its products from an infected person or animal or a reservoir to a susceptible host, either directly, or indirectly through an intermediate animal host, vector, or the inanimate environment.

Contamination means the presence of undesirable substances material which may contain infectious agents or their toxic products.

Controlled Free Pratique means permission for a carrier to enter a U.S. port, disembark, and begin operation under certain stipulated conditions.

Deratting Certificate means a certiflcate issued under the instructions of the Director, in the form prescribed by the International Health Regulations, recording the inspection and deratting of the ship.

Deratting Exemption Certificate means a certificate issued under the instructions of the Director, in the form prescribed by the International Health Regulations, recording the inspection and exemption from deratting of the ship which is rodent free.

Detention means the temporary holding of a person, ship, aircraft, or other carrier, animal, or thing in such place and for such period of time as may be determined by the Director.

Director means the Director, Centers for Disease Control, Public Health Service, Department of Health and

Subpart F-Importations

-1.51 Dogs and cats. 1.52 Turtles, tortoises, and terrapins. -1.53 Nonhuman primates. -1.54 Etiological agents, hosts, and vectors. €1.55 Dead bodies.

AUTHORITY: Sec. 215 of Public Health Serv. ce (PHS) Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 216); secs. 361-369, PHS Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 564-272); E.O. 12452 of December 22, 1983, 48 FR 56927.

SOURCE: 50 FR 1519, Jan. 11, 1985, unless otherwise noted.

Human Services, or hisher authorized or aircraft stopped in any other counrepresentative.

try on its voyage; or (2) in the case of Disinfection means the killing of in- a person, a voyage involving entry into fectious agents or inactivation of their

a country other than the country in toxic products outside the body by di- which that person begins his/her voyrect exposure to chemical or physical

age. agents.

Isolation means: (1) When applied to & Disinfestation means any chemical or

person or group of persons, the separaphysical process serving to destroy or

tion of that person or group of persons remove undesired small animal forms,

from other persons, except the health particularly arthropods or rodents,

staff on duty, in such a manner as to present upon the person, the clothing,

prevent the spread of infection; or (2) or the environment of an individual, or

when applied to animals, the separaupon animals and carriers. Disinsection means the operation in

tion of an animal or group of animals which measures are taken to kill the

from persons, other animals, or vectors

of disease in such a manner as to preinsect vectors of human disease present in carriers and containers.

vent the spread of infection.

Military services means the U.S. Educational purpose means use in the teaching of a defined educational pro

Army, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. gram at the university level or equiva

Navy, and the U.S. Coast Guard. lent.

Scientific purpose means use for sciExhibition purpose means use as a

entific research following a defined part of a display in a facility com- protocol and other standards for re parable to a zoological park or in a search projects as normally conducted trained animal act. The animal display

at the university level. The term also must be open to the general public at includes the use for safety testing, poroutinely scheduled hours on 5 or more tency testing, and other activities to days of each week. The trained animal lated to the production of medical act must be routinely scheduled for products. multiple performances each week and Surveillance means the temporary suopen to the general public except for pervision of a person who may have or reasonable vacation and retraining pe- has been exposed to a communicable riods.

disease. Il person means a person who:

U.S. port means any seaport, airport (1) Has a temperature of 100 °F. (or 38 or border crossing point under the con°C.) or greater, accompanied by a rash, trol of the United States. glandular swelling, or jaundice, or United States means the several which has persisted for more than 48

States, the District of Columbia, hours; or

Guam, the Commonwealth of Puerto (2) Has diarrhea, defined as the occur

Rico, the Northern Mariana Islands, rence in a 24-hour period of three or

the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, more loose stools or of a greater than

and the Trust Territory of the Pacific normal (for the person) amount of

Islands. loose stools. International Health Regulations

Vector means an animal (including

insects) or thing which conveys or is means the International Health Regulations of the World Health Organiza

capable of conveying infectious agents tion, adopted by the Twenty-Second

from a person or animal to another World Health Assembly in 1969, as

person or animal. amended by the Twenty-Sixth World

871.2 Penalties. Health Assembly in 1973, the ThirtyFourth World Health Assembly in 1981, Any person violating any provision of and as may be further amended.

these regulations shall be subject to a International voyage means: (1) In the fine of not more than $1,000 or to imcase of a carrier, a voyage between prisonment for not more than 1 year. ports or airports of more than one or both, as provided in section 368 of country, or a voyage between ports or the Public Health Service Act (42 airports of the same country if the ship U.S.C. 271).

$71.3 Designation of yellow fever vac- Subpart B-Measures at Foreign cination centers; Validation stampe.

Ports (a) Designation of yellow fever vaccination centers. (1) The Director is respon- $71.11 Bills of health. sible for the designation of yellow fever A carrier at any foreign port clearing vaccination centers authorized to issue

or departing for any U.S. port shall not certificates of vaccination. This re

be required to obtain or deliver a bill of sponsibility is delegated by the Direc- health. or to a State or territorial health department with respect to yellow fever accination activities of non-Federal Subpart c-Notice of Commu

nicable Disease Prior to Arrivnedical, public health facilities, and li

al ensed physicians functioning within he respective jurisdictions of a State or territorial health department. Des

871.21 Radio report of death or illness. gnation may be made upon application

(a) The master of a ship destined for nd presentation of evidence satisfac- a U.S. port shall report immediately to mory to a State or territorial health de- the quarantine station at or nearest artment that the applicant has ade- the port at which the ship will arrive, uate facilities and professionally the occurrence, on board, of any death rained personnel for the handling, or any ill person among passengers or torage, and administration of a safe, crew (including those who have disotent, and pure yellow fever vaccine. embarked or have been removed) durTedical facilities of Federal agencies ing the 15-day period preceding the re authorized to obtain yellow fever date of expected arrival or during the accine without being designated as a period since departure from a U.S. port ellow fever vaccination center by the (whichever period of time is shorter). Hirector.

(b) The commander of an aircraft des(2) A designated yellow fever vaccina- tined for a U.S. airport shall report imion center shall comply with the in- mediately to the quarantine station at truction issued by the Director or by a or nearest the airport at which the airelegated officer or employee of a craft will arrive, the occurrence, on tate or territorial health department board, of any death or ill person among or the handling, storage, and adminis- passengers or crew. cation of yellow fever vaccine. If a (c) In addition to paragraph (a) of esignated center fails to comply with this section, the master of a ship carryich instruction, after notice to the ing 13 or more passengers must report enter, the Director or, for non-Federal by radio 24 hours before arrival the enters, a State or territorial health number of cases (including zero) of diepartment, may revoke designation. arrhea in passengers and crew recorded (b) Validation stamps. International in the ship's medical log during the ertificates of Vaccination against current cruise. All cases of diarrhea holera and yellow fever issued for vac- that occur after the 24 hour report nations performed in the United must also be reported not less than 4 tates shall be validated by:

hours before arrival. (1) The Seal of the Public Health

(Approved by the Office of Management and ervice; or

Budget under control number 0920-0134) (2) The Seal of the Department of tate; or (3) The stamp of the Department of Subpart D-Health Measures at efense; or

U.S. Ports: Communicable Dis(4) The stamp issued to the National

eases eronautics and Space Administration;

871.31 General provisions. (6) The stamp issued by a State or (a) Upon arrival at a U.S. port, a carrritorial health department; or

rier will not undergo inspection unless (6) An official stamp of a design and the Director determines that a failure ize approved by the Director for such to inspect will present a threat of inurpose.

troduction of communicable diseases

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