Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 63 Part 1.djvu/883

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63 STAT.] 81sT CONG. , 1ST SESS.-CHS. 687, 688 -OCT. 13, 1949 of patients in the Veterans' Administration hospital to be erected on land adjacent to the forty-two-acre tract referred to in section 1 of this Act, not precluding, however, the following activities: (1) The construction of National Guard facilities; (2) the oper- ation of motor vehicles; (3) the assembling, moving, or passage of uniformed personnel: Provided, That such grant shall not be effective until the Governor of the State of California shall certify in writing to the Secretary of Defense that such land is needed by the State of California for the purpose of a site for a National Guard armory and for training the National Guard or for other related military purposes and that such land is suitable for such purposes. c. That there shall be reserved to the United States the existing water lines running through the property for so long as the use thereof may be required. d. That there shall be reserved to the United States, for use by the Veterans' Administration, a twenty-five-foot easement along the easterly portion of the property, the exact location of which to be determined by the city and county of San Francisco, the Department of the Army, and the Veterans' Administration. e. That there shall be reserved to the United States such addi- tional easements, of whatsoever nature, as may be determined nec- essary by the Secretary of the Army. f. That there shall be reserved to the United States all interest in and to any oil, mineral, or fissionable material in said land. g. For such other terms, conditions, restrictions, and reserva- tions as the Secretary of the Army shall deem necessary to protect the interests of the United States. SEc. 3 . In the event of breach by the grantee of any of the terms conditions, restrictions, and reservations contained in said deed, or if the property authorized for conveyance by section 1 of this Act is used for any purpose other than mentioned in this Act, then title to the property shall revert to the United States and, in addition, all improve- ments made by the city and county of San Francisco or the State of California shall vest in the United States without payment of compensation therefor. Approved October 13, 1949. [CHAPTER 688]. AN ACT 845 Certification by Oovernor. Water lines reserved toU.S. Easement to U. S . Additional ease- ments to U.S. Mineral, etc., rights reserved to U. S. Reversion of title, etc., toU.8. October 13, 194 Making appropriations for civil functions administered by the Department of the [H. R. 3734 Army for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1950, and for other purposes. Public Law 35, Be it enacted by the Senate and Houee of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress a8sembled, That the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1950, for civil functions administered by the Department of the Army and for other purposes, namely: CIVIL FUNCTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY QUARTERMASTER CORPS CEMARTERIAL EXPENSES Cemeterial expenses: For maintaining and improving national cemeteries, including personal services and fuel for superintendents; purchase of grave sites; maintenance of the Arlington Memorial Amphitheater, chapel, and grounds in the Arlington National Ceme- tery, and that portion of Congressional Cemetery to which the United Civil Functions Ap- propriation Act, 1950.