60 STAT.] 79TEH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CHS. 527, 528 -JULY 1, 1946 membership, numbering more than one hundred thousand senior and cadet members. SEC. 4. (a) The corporation shall have no power to issue capital stock or engage in business for pecuniary profit or gain, its objects and purposes being solely of a benevolent character and not for the pecuniary profit or gain of its members. (b) The persons named in section 1, their associates, and suc- cessors are hereby authorized to complete the organization of the corporation by the selection of officers, the adoption of a constitution and bylaws, the promulgation of rules or regulations that may be necessary for the accomplishment of the purposes of this corporation, and the doing of such other acts as may be necessary for such purposes. SEC. 5 . The corporation shall have perpetual succession and power- (a) To sue and be sued; (b) To acquire, hold, mortgage, and dispose of such real and personal property as may be necessary for its corporate purposes; (c) To accept gifts, legacies, and devises which will further the corporate purposes; (d) To adopt and alter a corporate seal; e) To adopt and alter a constitution, bylaws, rules and regu- lations, not inconsistent with law; (f) To establish and maintain offices for the conduct of the affairs of the corporation in the District of Columbia and in the several States and Territories of the United States; (g) To do any and all acts and things necessary and proper to carry into effect the objects and purposes of the corporation. SEC. 6. The corporation shall have the sole and exclusive right to the name "Civil Air Patrol" and to have and to use, in carrying out its purposes, all insignia, copyrights, emblems and badges, descriptive or designating marks, and words or phrases now or heretofore used by the Civil Air Patrol in carrying out its program: Provided, however, That no powers or privileges herein granted shall interfere or conflict with established or vested rights. SEC. 7. The corporation shall make and transmit to Congress each year a report of its proceedings and activities for the preceding calendar year. SEc. 8 . The right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby expressly reserved. Approved July 1, 1946. [CHAPTER 528] AN ACT To authorize the charging of tolls for the passage or transit of Government traffic over the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That tolls may be charged for the passage or transit over the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge of Government traffic, of military, naval, or civilian per- sonnel and their dependents, and of civilian employees of the Army and Navy traveling on Government business, but such tolls shall not be in excess of the tolls charged for the passage or transit of other like traffic over such bridge: Provided, however, That subject to the pro- visions of section 2, military, Coast Guard, and naval personnel, and civilian employees of the Army and Navy and Coast Guard and personnel and employees of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, when such personnel or employees are engaged in the performance of official duties requiring the use of such bridge, together with the conveyances 347 Pecuniary profit or gain. Officers, constitu- tion, etc. Powers. "Civil Air Patrol." Report to Congress. July 1, 1946 IH. R . 3565] [Public Law 477] San Francisco-Oak- land Bay Bridge. Tolls for Govern- ment traffic. Bridge free of toll Conditions.