Vol. V, Laws     (Compiled from December 22, 1927 to June 29, 1938)

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Chapter 20
June 13, 1929.  |  [H. J. Res. 93.] 46 Stat., 9.

Joint Resolution Amending an appropriation for a consolidated school at Belcourt, within the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, North Dakota

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Chap. 30 Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, N. Dak.
45 Stat., 1640, amended; ante. 121.
Chap. 30 Belcourt, N. Dak. Consolidated day school construction, etc., at.
Chap. 30 Proviso. Attendance of white and Indian children. State and county tuition levy to be paid to United States.

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Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the provision in the Second Deficiency Act approved March 4, 1929 (Public, Numbered 1035), making an appropriation for a consolidated day school at

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Belcourt within the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, North Dakota, is amended to read as follows:

“Turtle Mountain Reservation, North Dakota: For construction and equipment, including not to exceed $5,000 for motor busses, of a consolidated day school at Belcourt, within the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, North Dakota, fiscal years 1929 and 1930, $125,000: Provided, That such school shall be open for attendance by white children and by restricted or nonrestricted Indian children resident within said reservation if and when the State tuition fund and the county tuition fund, which would otherwise be paid to school districts in said reservation, if functioning, and the proceeds of the usual school levy in the said school districts, shall be paid to the United States to be used to supplement Government appropriations for the maintenance and operation of said consolidated school and for the payment of tuition of any white and Indian children, restricted or unrestricted, residing within said reservation in any high school approved by the superintendent of the Turtle Mountain Agency.”

Approved, June 13, 1929

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