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on the ceiling and walls of the east corridor, first floor, in the House wing of the United States Capitol, in substantial accordance with the preliminary design sketches referred to in the first section of this joint resolution, after the acceptance by the Joint Committee on the Library, and for all necessary items in connection therewith, subject to such modifications thereof as may be approved by such joint committee. Contract SEC. 3. The Architect of the Capitol, under the direction of the authority. Speaker of the House of Representatives, is authorized to enter into contracts and to incur such other obligations and make such expenditures, as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this joint resolution. SEC. 4. Sums received under this joint resolution, when credited to the appropriation account "Capitol Buildings, Architect of the Capitol", shall be available for expenditure and shall remain available Unexpended until expended. Any net monetary amounts remaining after the com- funds, return to ^ pletion of the project authorized by this joint resolution and in excess uTs/capiroi of the cost of such project shall be returned to the United States Historical society. Capitol Historical Society. Approved July 29, 1971.

Public Law 92-57 JOINT RESOLUTION Extending for two years the existing authority for the erection in the District of Columbia of a memorial to Mary McLeod Bethune.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, effective June 1, 1971, the last sentence of the joint resolution entitled "Joint resolution authorizing the erection in the District of Columbia of a memorial to Mary Mcj&od Bethune", approved June 1, 1960, as amended (74 Stat. 154, 79 Stat. 822, 84 Stat. 303), is amended by striking out "within eleven years" and inserting in lieu thereof "within thirteen years". Approved July 29, 1971.

July 29, 1971 [S, J. R e s. I l l ]

Mary McLeod Bethune Memorial,

Public Law 92-58 AN ACT To amend title 10, United States Code, to provide special health care benefits for certain surviving dependents.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That section 1079 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding the following new subsection at the end thereof: " (g) When a member dies while he is eligible for receipt of hostile fire pay under section 310 of title 37, United States Code, or from a disease or injury incurred while eligible for such pay, his dependents who are receiving benefits under a plan covered by subsection (d) of this section shall continue to be eligible for such benefits until they pass their twenty-first birthday." SEC. 2. This Act becomes effective as of January 1, 1967. However, no person is entitled to any benefits because of this Act for any period before the date of enactment. Approved July 29, 1971.

July 29, 1971 [S. 421]

Uniformed Services. Dependents, medical b e n e f i t s. 80 Stat. 8 6 3. 77 Stat. 216; 79 Stat. 547.

Effective date.