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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CHS. 109,110,112 -MAR. 22, 23,1946 59 right, title, and interest of the United States to a portion of the National Elk Refuge, Wyoming, a parcel of land in the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 27, township 41 north, range 116 west, of the sixth principal meridian, Wyoming, the said parcel being described by metes and bounds as follows: From the southwest corner of the aforesaid section 27 run north no degrees two minutes west one thousand seven hundred and two feet and then north eighty-nine degrees fifty-eight minutes east forty feet to the place of beginning at the southwest corner of the parcel hereby con- veyed; thence from said place of beginning north no degrees two minutes west one hundred feet; then north eighty-nine degrees fifty- eight minutes east two hundred and nine feet; thence south no degrees two minutes east one hundred feet; thence south eighty-nine degrees fifty-eight minutes west two hundred and nine feet to the place of beginning, containing forty-eight one hundredths of an acre, more or less. Approved March 22, 1946. [CHAPTER 110] AN ACT To change the designation of Custer Battlefield National Cemetery, in the State of Montana, to "Custer Battlefield National Monument", and for other pur- poses. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the area now within the Custer Battlefield National Cemetery, in the State of Montana, shall hereafter be known as the "Custer Battlefield National Monument", under which name this national monument shall be entitled to receive and to use all moneys heretofore or hereafter appro- priated for the Custer Battlefield National Cemetery. Approved March 22, 1946. [CHAPTER 112] AN ACT To authorize the permanent appointment in the grades of General of the Army, Fleet Admiral of the United States Navy, general in the Marine Corps, and admiral in the Coast Guard, respectively, of certain individuals who have served in such grades during the Second World War. March 22, 1946 iS. 1185] [Public Law 332] Custer Battlefield National Monument, Mont. March 23, 194 [S. 1354] [Public Law 333] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President Army. is hereby authorized, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to appoint to the permanent grade of General of the Army any individual who shall have served in such grade after December 14, 1944, and before August 14, 1945, and to appoint to the permanent u.s . Nav grade of Fleet Admiral of the United States Navy any individual who shall have served in such grade after December 14, 1944, and before Ra December 14, 1945. The officers appointed under the provisions of lowances. this section shall take rank in the manner provided in the Act of December 14, 1944 (Public Law 482, Seventy-eighth Congress), and u5.s.( shall receive the pay and allowances prescribed by section 4 of such appe 51 6 __ Retiremo Act. Any officer on the active list, or any retired officer, who is appointed under the provisions of this section and who has been or may hereafter be retired or relieved from active duty, shall be entitled to have his name placed on the retired list with the highest grade or rank held by him on the active list or while on active duty, and shall be entitled to receive the same pay and allowances while on the retired list as officers appointed under this section are entitled to receive while on active duty. of the miral of the Y. ay and al- 02, 803 . ., Supp. V, 1-1697. ent.