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61 STAT.] 80TH CONG. , 1ST SESS.-CHS. 420 , 421, 425- Xg 31 1947 Aug. 1, 1947 707 or doctors degrees in engineering or related fields, to confer such degree or degrees on qualified graduates of such school." SEC. 8 . There is hereby authorized to be appropriated such Appropriation au- amounts as may be necessary for the postgraduate school to carry orzed out its functions as provided herein. Approved July 31, 1947. [CHAPTER 421] AN ACT To provide for the loan or gift of obsolete ordnance to State homes for former members of the armed forces. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the UnitedStates of America in Congress assembled, That the Act entitled "An Act to authorize the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy to make certain disposition of condemned ordnance, guns, and cannon balls in their respective Departments", approved May 22, 1896, as amended (U. S . C ., 1940 edition, title 50, sec. 67), is amended by striking out "State museums, and incorporated museums operated and maintained for educational purposes only, whose charter denies them the right to operate for profit, municipal corporations" and inserting in lieu thereof "State museums, and incorporated museums, operated and maintained for educational purposes only, whose charter denies them the right to operate for profit, State homes for former members of the armed forces, municipal corporations". Approved July 31, 1947. [CHAPTER 425] AN ACT To amend the provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act relating to marketing agreements and orders. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Agricul- tural Adjustment Act as amended, and as reenacted and amended by the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937, as amended, is further amended as follows: By adding at the end of section 2 (U. S . C., 1940 edition, title 7, sec. 602) the following: "(3) Through the exercise of the powers conferred upon the Secre- tary of Agriculture under this title, to establish and maintain such minimum standards of quality and maturity and such grading and inspection requirements for agricultural commodities enumerated in section 8c (2), other than milk and its products, in interstate com- merce as will effectuate such orderly marketing of such agricultural commodities as will be in the public interest." SEC. 2. Section 8c (6), as amended (U. S . C ., 1940 edition, title 7, sec. 608c (6)), is amended to read as follows: "(6) In the case of fruits (including pecans and walnuts but not including apples, other than apples produced in the States of Wash- ington, Oregon, and Idaho, and not including fruits, other than olives, for canning or freezing) and their products, tobacco and its products, vegetables (not including vegetables, other than asparagus, for can- ning or freezing) and their products, soybeans and their products, hops and their products, honeybees, and naval stores as included in the Naval Stores Act and standards established thereunder (including refined or partially refined oleoresin), orders issued pursuant to this section shall contain one or more of the following terms and condi- tions, and (except as provided in subsection (7)) no others: July 31, 1947 [H. R. 31271 [Public Law 304] Loan or gift of con- demned or obsolete ordnance. 29 Stat. 133 . August 1, 1947 [H. R. 452] [Public Law 305] Agricultural Ad- justmlellt Act, anlelll- lllelts. 48 Stlt. 31; 50 Stitt. 246. 7 U.S . . ( {i1et aeq. Anlte. . 208: po.,t. pp. 709, 10 . Standards of qual- ity, etc., in interstate com merce. 49 Stat. 754. 7 tr. S. c. I 60Sc(2). Post, p. 710 . 49 Stat. 755 . Orders regulating handling of commodi- ties. Terms and condi- tions. 42 Stat. 1435. 7 U.S. C.. 91-99.