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105 STAT. 1628 PUBLIC LAW 102-199—DEC. 10, 1991 Public Law 102-199 102d Congress An Act Dec. 10, 1991 To amend the Federal charter for the Boys' Clubs of America to reflect the change of [H.R. 525] ^^^ name of the organization to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. NAME CHANGE. The Act entitled "An Act to incorporate the Boys' Clubs of America", approved August 6, 1956 (70 Stat. 1052; 36 U.S.C. 691 et seq.) is amended— (1) in the title by striking "Boys" and inserting in lieu thereof "Boys & Girls"; 36 USC 691. (2) in the first section— (A) by striking "successors," and inserting in lieu thereof "successors; and Gerald W. Blakeley, Jr., Boston, Massachusetts; Roscoe C. Brown, Jr., Bronx, New York; Cees Bruynes, Stamford, Connecticut; Honorable Arnold L Burns, New York, New York; John L. Burns, Greenwich, Connecticut; Hays Clark, Hobe Sound, Florida; Mrs. Albert L. Cole, Hobe Sound, Florida; Honorable Michael Curb, Burbank, California; Robert W. Fowler, Atlantic Beach, Florida; Thomas G. Garth, New York, New York; Moore Gates, Jr., Princeton, New Jersey; Ronald J. Gidwitz, Chicago, Illinois; John S. Griswold, Greenwich, Connecticut; Claude H. Grizzard, Atlanta, Georgia; George V. Grune, Pleasantville, New York; Peter L. Haynes, New York, New York; James S. Kemper, Northbrook, Illinois; Plato Malozemoff, New York, New York; Edmund O. Martin, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Donald E. McNicol, Esq., New York, New York; Carolyn P. Millbank, Greenwich, Connecticut; Jeremiah Milbank, New York, New York; C. W. Murchison III, Dallas, Texas; W. Clement Stone, Lake Forest, Illinois, and their successors,"; and (B) by striking "Boys" and inserting in lieu thereof "Boys & Girls"; and 36 USC 693. (3) in section 3 by striking "boys" and inserting in lieu thereof "youth".