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65 STAT.]


PUBLIC LAW 203—OCT. 24, 1951

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 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; for headstones or markers for unmarked graves under the Act of July 1, 1948 (24 U.S.C. 279a, b); for maintenance of monuments, tablets, roads, fences, and so forth, made and constructed by the United States in Cuba and China to mark the places where American soldiers fell; maintenance of the Confederate Mound in Oakwood Cemetery at Chicago, the Confederate Stockade Cemetery at Johnstons Island, the Confederate burial plats owned by the United States in Confederate Cemetery at North Alton, the Confederate Cemetery, Camp Chase at Columbus, the Confederate Cemetery at Point Lookout, and the Confederate Cemetery at Rock Island; and for maintenance of raves used by the Army for burials in commercial cemeteries; i,450,000: Provided, That no railroad shall be permitted upon any right-of-way which may have been acquired by the United States leading to a national cemetery, or to encroach upon any roads or walks constructed thereon and maintained by the United States: Provided further, That no part of this appropriation shall be used for repairing any roadway not owned by the United States within the corporate limits of any city, town, or village: Provided further, That this appropriation shall not be obligated for construction of a superintendent's lodge or family quarters at a cost per unit in excess of $14,000, but such limitation may be increased by such additional amounts as may be required to provide office space, public comfort rooms, or space for the storage of Government property within the same structure. CORPS OF ENGINEERS


Headstones. 62 Stat. 1215.

Confederate cemeteries.

Commercial teries. Encroachment by railroad.

Roadway repairs. Family quarter!!, office space, etc.


The following appropriations for rivers and harbors and flood control shall be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Army and the supervision of the Chief of Engineers, and shall remain available until expended: Provided, That not to exceed $1,525,000 civilian personnel, shall be available for the current fiscal year from such appropriations for the services of such civilian personnel as the Secretary of the Army may deem necessary to be employed in the Office of the Chief of Engineers, to carry into effect the various appropriations for rivers and harbors and flood control, surveys, and preparation for and the consideration of river and harbor and flood-control estimates and bills: Provided further, That the various appropriations for rivers and harbors and flood control may be used for examination of estimates of appropriations in the field; purchase (for replacement only) vehlSes^nd^ mcrtorin the current fiscal year of two hundred and fifty passenger motor boat, vehicles and one motorboat (to be acquired from surplus stock where Maintenance, etc., of practicable) and the maintenance, repair, and operation of aircraft: aircraft. Provided further. That, during the current fiscal year, such appropriations shall not be transferred to or used to start or resume any project for which funds were not allocated for construction in the preceding fiscal year; but this proviso shall not apply to any project for which John H. Kerr funds are provided in this Act: Provided further. That the project and Reservoir. Dam known as "Buggs Island Reservoir, Virginia and North Carolina," shall hereafter be designated as the "John H. Kerr Dam and Reservoir."