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PUBLIC LAWS-CHS. 245-247-MAY 1, 2, 1946 held by such association shall be members of the association, and at all meetings of the members of the association, each borrower or each obligor upon a direct-reduction loan shall be entitled to one vote as such member. Approved May 1, 1946. [CHAPTER 246] May 2,1 JOINT RESOLUTION May 2, 1946 [H. J. Res. 333] To provide for the reappointment of Doctor Vannevar Bush as citizen regent of [Public Law 373] the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents of Smithsonian Institu- tion. May 2, 1946 [H. R. 5400] [Public Law 374] War Department Civil Appropriation Act, 1947. Post, pp. 268 , 665 , 917. Post, p . 268. Maintenance of Na- tional cemeteries. Headstones. 17 Stat. 545; 20 Stat. 281; 45 Stat. 1307; 54 Stat. 142. Confederate ceme- teries. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the vacancy in the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, of the class other than Members of Congress, which will occur by the expiration of the term of Doctor Vannevar Bush, of Washington, District of Columbia, on April 4,1946, be filled by the reappointment of the present incumbent for the statutory term of six years. Approved May 2, 1946. [CHAPTER 247] AN ACT Making appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1947, for civil functions administered by the War Department, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not other- wise appropriated, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1947, for civil functions administered by the War Department, and for other pur- poses, namely: CIVIL FUNCTIONS OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT QUARTERMASTER CoRPS CEMETE RIAL EXPENSES Cemeterial expenses: For maintaining and improving national ceme- teries, including fuel for and pay of superintendents and the super- intendent at Mexico City, and other employees; purchase of grave sites; purchase of tools and materials; purchase (not to exceed five), repair, maintenance, and operation of passenger-carrying motor vehicles; care and maintenance of the Arlington Memorial Amphi- theater, chapel, and grounds in the Arlington National Cemetery, and that portion of Congressional Cemetery to which the United States has title and the graves of those buried therein, including Confederate graves, and including the burial site of Pushmataha, a Choctaw Indian chief; repair to roadways but not to more than a single approach road to any national cemetery constructed under special Act of Con- gress; for headstones or markers for unmarked graves of soldiers, sailors, and marines under the Acts approved March 3. 1873, February 3, 1879, February 26, 1929, and April 18, 1940 (24 U. S . C . 279-280b), and civilians interred in post cemeteries; for repairs and preservation of monuments, tablets, roads, fences, and so forth, made and con- structed by the United States in Cuba and China to mark the places where American soldiers fell; care, protection, and maintenance of the Confederate Mound in Oakwood Cemetery at Chicago, the Con- federate Stockade Cemetery at Johnstons Island, the Confederate [60 STAT.