13-e. Expenses of meeting rooms for veterans' and other organizations. Any city may appropriate and make available a sum of money not exceeding five hundred dollars in any one year for each chapter, post, camp or garrison, as the case may be, of the Grand Army of the Republic, the United Spanish War Veterans, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, the Disabled American Veterans, the Military Order of the Purple Heart, Inc., the Army and Navy Union of the United States, the Marine Corps League, AMVETS, American Veterans of World War II, the Italian American War Veterans of the United States, Incorporated, Veterans of World War I of the United States of America Department of New York, Inc., Polish-American Veterans of World War II, Amsterdam, N. Y., Inc., Polish-American Veterans of World War II, Schenectady, N. Y., Inc., Polish Legion of American Veterans, Inc., the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, Inc., the Catholic War Veterans, Inc., Masonic War Veterans of the State of New York, Inc., the American Gold Star Mothers, Inc., Regular Veterans Association, Inc., the Viet Nam Veterans of America, the Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association, the 369th Veterans Association, Inc., the Tri-County Council of Vietnam Veterans, the National Congress of Puerto Rican Veterans, the Navy Seabee Veterans of America, the Korean War Veterans Association, the Women's Army Corps Veterans Association, or the Navy Club of the U.S.A., located within its boundaries, for the purpose of assisting in defraying the rental or maintenance expenses, or both, of rooms for the holding of meetings of any such post, camp, garrison or chapter. All sums hereby authorized to be expended shall be appropriated, raised and expended, in the same manner as moneys for other municipal expenses in the city are appropriated, raised and expended.
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