INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

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

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1941.


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PUBLIC ACTS OF THE SEVENTY-FIRST CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION, 1929
Chap. 16  |  Chap. 86  |  Chap. 87  |  Chap. 92  |  Chap. 108  |  Chap. 115  |  Chap. 122  |  Chap. 130  |  Chap. 169  |  Chap. 170  |  Chap. 171  |  Chap. 184  |  Chap. 185  |  Chap. 201  |  Chap. 221  |  Chap. 222  |  Chap. 224  |  Chap. 229  |  Chap. 244  |  Chap. 265  |  Chap. 273  |  Chap. 285  |  Chap. 302  |  Chap. 317  |  Chap. 333  |  Chap. 343  |  Chap. 347  |  Chap. 349  |  Chap. 423  |  Chap. 471  |  Chap. 477  |  Chap. 483  |  Chap. 540  |  Chap. 544  |  Chap. 545  |  Chap. 564  |  Chap. 636  |  Chap. 637  |  Chap. 843  |  Chap. 846

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Chapter 273
May 14, 1930.  |  [H.R. 6564.] 46 Stat., 279.

An Act Making appropriations for the Department of the Interior for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1031, and for other purposes
Section 2

Margin Notes
Chap. 273 Interior Department appropriations, fiscal year 1931.
Chap. 273 Secretary’s Office.
Chap. 273 Department contingent expenses.
Chap. 273 Traveling expenses etc.
Chap. 273 Property damages.
Chap. 273 Vehicles.
Chap. 273 Disbarment expenses.
Chap. 273 Stationery, etc.
Chap. 273 Additional from specified appropriations.
Chap. 273 Books, periodicals, etc.
Chap. 273 Office allotments.
Chap. 273 Indian Commissioners.
Chap. 273 General Land Office.
Chap. 273 Indian reservations. Opening, to entry.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Reimbursements.
Chap. 273 Indian Affairs Bureau.
Chap. 273 Commissioner and office personnel.
Chap. 273 General expenses.
Chap. 273 Transportation, telegraphing. etc.
Chap. 273 Supplies. Purchase, transporting, etc.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Limitation on payments.
Chap. 273 Field representatives.
Chap. 273 Judges.
Chap. 273 Police.
Chap. 273 Suppressing liquor traffic, etc.
Chap. 273 Agency buildings. Construction, purchase, repairs, etc.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Supervising construction.
Chap. 273 New construction limited. Exceptions.
Chap. 273 Telephone lines. Navajo Reservation, Ariz.
Chap. 273 Hoopa Valley Agency, Calif.
Chap. 273 Mescalero Agency, N. Mex.
Chap. 273 Nespelem to Wilbur, and Wellpinit to Reardan. Wash.
Chap. 273 Vehicles. Allowance for maintenance.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Purchases limited.
Chap. 273 Emergency allowance by diversions from specified appropriations.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Building construction allowed.
Chap. 273 Report to Congress.
Chap. 273 Attendance at meetings.
Chap. 273 Sioux Tribe. Claims of individual members. 45 Stat., 484. Ante, 43.
Chap. 273 Probate matters.
Chap. 273 Determining heirs of allottees.
Chap. 273 Services in the District.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Tribes excepted.
Chap. 273 Five Civilized Tribes and Quapaws. Attorneys, etc., for.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Restricted to civil service eligibles.
Chap. 273 Indian lands.
Chap. 273 Surveying, allotting in severalty, etc.
24 Stat., 388, vol. 1, 33.
U.S.C., p. 711.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Use in New Mexico and Arizona limited.
Chap. 273 Pueblo Board. Expenses.
43 Stat., 640, vol. 4, 454.
Chap. 273 California Indians. Enrollment expenses, etc.
45 Stat., 602. Ante, 49.
Chap. 273 Advertising land sales.
Chap. 273 Pueblo Indians, N. Mex. Attorney for.
Chap. 273 Five Civilized Tribes. Expenses, sale of property, from proceeds.
Chap. 273 Choctaw and Chickasaw coal and asphalt lands.
Chap. 273 41 Stat., 1107, vol. 4, 287.
Chap. 273 Final settlement of tribal affairs.
Chap. 273 Indians in California. Purchase of lands for homeless.
Chap. 273 Balance available.
45 Stat., 1568; ante, 95.
Chap. 273 Choctaw Indians of Mississippi. Purchase of lands for full-blood.
Chap. 273 Eastern Cherokees, North Carolina. Final disposition of affairs of.
45 Stat., 207; ante, 12.
Chap. 273 Pueblo Indian lands, N. Mex. Quieting titles in, etc.
43 Stat., 636, vol. 4, 454. Payments to designated pueblos:
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Purchases authorized.
San Juan pueblo.
Chap. 273 Isleta pueblo.
Chap. 273 Use for designated pueblos.
Chap. 273 Santa Ana Pueblo, N. Mex. Fencing lands.
Chap. 273 Navajo Indians. Purchase of additional lands, etc.
45 Stat.. 899; ante, 59.
Balances available.
45 Stat., 899, 1569; ante, 59, 96.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Title for surface only.
Chap. 273 Kiowas, etc., Okla. Payment to, from royalty funds.
44 Stat., 740, vol. 4, 558.
Chap. 273 Industrial assistance, etc.
Chap. 273 Timber preservation, etc.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Administering forest lands from timber sales, etc.
Chap. 273 Timber sales, etc., expenses.
Chap. 273 Reimbursement.
41 Stat., 415, vol. 4, 238.
U.S.C., p. 720.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Rewards for information.
Chap. 273 Klamath Reservation, Oreg. Forest insect control on.
Chap. 273 Emergencies for suppressing fires on reservations. From tribal funds.
Chap. 273 44 Stat., 989, Vol. 4, 934.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Report to Congress.
Chap. 273 Geological Survey. Supervising mining operations by, on leased lands.
26 Stat., 795, vol. 1, 57; 35 Stat., 312, 444, 783, vol. 3, 351, 356, 390, 444, 683.
U.S.C., p. 717.
Chap. 273 Employment for Indians.
Chap. 273 Developing agriculture and stock raising, Employing farmers, trained experts, etc.
Chap. 273 Agricultural experiments on Indian farms,
Chap. 273 Encouraging farming, etc., for self support.
Chap. 273 Purchases authorized,
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Repayment.
Chap. 273 Loans on irrigable lands.
Chap. 273 Pima Indians. Limit to a tribe.
Chap. 273 Tribal herds excepted.
Chap. 273 Advances to old, etc., allottees.
Chap. 273 Industrial assistance. Constructing homes, purchasing farm implements, supplies, etc., from tribal funds.
Balance reappropriated. 45 Stat., 1571; ante, 98.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Repayment.
Chap. 273 Loans on irrigable lands, etc.
Chap. 273 Credit of moneys reimbursed.
Chap. 273 Livestock infected with dourine. Reimbursement for destroyed.
Chap. 273 Scabies. Assisting eradication of, in sheep and goats.
Chap. 273 Water supply.
Chap. 273 Increasing grazing ranches, etc., by developing sources of, on reservations.
Chap. 273 Distribution.
Chap. 273 Amount from tribal funds.
Chap. 273 Reservations designated.
Chap. 273 Irrigation and rainage.
Chap. 273 Construction, maintenance, etc., of Systems of, on reservations.
Chap. 273 Allotments to districts.
Chap. 273 Administration. Irrigation engineers, etc.
Chap. 273 Traveling, etc., expenses.
Chap. 273 Reimbursement. Balances available.
45 Stat., 1573. Ante, 100.
38 Stat., 582, vol. 4, 8.
U.S.C., p. 715.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Use restricted.
Chap. 273 Flood damages, etc., expenses, interchangeable. Limitation.
Chap. 273 Apportionment of costs on per acre basis.
Chap. 273 Unpaid charges a first lien on property.
Chap. 273 San Carlos project, Ariz. Operation, etc.
43 Stat., 475, vol. 4, 447.
Chap. 273 Delivery of water to lands on Gila River Reservation.
Chap. 273 45 Stat., 1573. Ante, 100.
Chap. 273 Colorado River Reservation, Ariz. Extending irrigation on.
36 Stat., 273, vol. 3, 432.
Chap. 273 Ganado project, Ariz. Operation.
Chap. 273 San Carlos Reservation, Ariz. Irrigating tribal lands.
Proviso.
Reimbursement.
Chap. 273 Fort Hall, Idaho. Operation.
Chap. 273 Kootenai Indians, Idaho. Drainage of allotments.
45 Stat., 938; ante, 62
. Balance available.
Chap. 273 45 Stat., 1574. Ante, 101.
Chap. 273 Sac and Fox Indians, Iowa. Drainage of lands. Balance available.
45 Stat., 1574; ante, 101.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Reimbursement from lands benefited.
Chap. 273 Lien against, not enforceable while title in Indians.
Chap. 273 Lands sold, subject to lien.
Chap. 273 Fort Belknap Reservation, Mont. Operation, etc.
36 Stat., 270, vol. 3, 429.
Chap. 273 Flathead Reservation, Mont. Continuing construction of specified objects, etc.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Balance available for power plant.
45 Stat., 1574; ante, 101
Chap. 273 Additional contracts authorized.
Chap. 273 Reimbursement.
Chap. 273 Charges repaid, covered into construction costs.
Chap. 273 Blackfeet Reservation, Mont. Operating divisions of systems on.
Chap. 273 Crow Reservation, Mont. Operating systems on.
Chap. 273 Reimbursement.
44 Stat., 658, vol. 4, 532.
Chap. 273 Pyramid Lake Reservation, Nev. Operating system on.
Chap. 273 Newlands project, Nev. Paying charges on Paiute lands within.
Chap. 273 Laguna and Acoma Indians, N. Mex. Operating systems for.
Chap. 273 Hogback project, Navajo Reservation, N. Mex. Operation.
Chap. 273 New Mexico pueblos. Repairing flood damages to irrigation systems on.
Chap. 273 Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District, N. Mex. Balances available.
45 Stat., 1640; ante, 121.
Chap. 273 Klamath Reservation, Ore. Operating projects on, from tribal funds.
Chap. 273 Lake Andes, S. Dak. Spillway and drainage ditch. Balance available.
42 Stat., 1051, vol. 4, 367.
45 Stat., 215, 1641; ante, 123, 127.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Condition.
Chap. 273 Contribution from South Dakota required
Chap. 273 Uncompahgre, etc., Utes, Utah.Continuing irrigation of allotment of.
34 Stat., 375, vol. 3, 242.
Reimbursement to tribal funds.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Sites for ditch riders.
Chap. 273 Yakima Reservation, Wash. Toppenish-Simcoe unit.
41 Stat., 28, vol. 4, 219.
Chap. 273 Reimbursing reclamation fund for stored water to Reservation.
38 Stat., 604, vol. 4, 29.
Chap. 273 Satus unit of Wapato project. Operating.
Chap. 273 Ahtanum project, Wash. Increasing water supply.
Chap. 273 Wind River Reservation, Wyo. Extending irrigation to additional Indian lands, etc.
Chap. 273 Expenditures under direction of Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Chap. 273 Education.
Chap. 273 Support of schools.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Deaf and dumb, blind, etc.
Chap. 273 Alabamas and Coushattas. Tuition of Indian children in public schools. No formal contracts for.
R.S., sec. 3744, p. 738.
U.S.C., p. 1310.
Chap. 273 Library books.
Chap. 273 Stock raising. Education of, at Miles City Experiment Station, Mont.
Chap. 273 Support of schools from tribal funds, etc.
Chap. 273 44 Stat., 560, vol. 4. 548.
Chap. 273 Chippewas in Minnesota.
25 Stat., 64.5, vol. 7, 305.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
New construction limitation.
Chap. 273 Five Civilized Tribes. Schools of, from tribal funds.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Additional land for Sequoyah School.
Chap. 273 Subsistence during summer months at Government boarding schools. Collecting, etc., pupils.
Chap. 273 School buildings. Lease, repair, construction, etc.
Chap. 273 Balance available.
45 Stat., 1577; ante, 106.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
New construction limited.
Chap. 273 Exception for designated schools.
Chap. 273 Reservations in Arizona. Repair, etc., of public school buildings in, maintained by the State.
Chap. 273 Equipment for Schools.
Chap. 273 Support, etc., of designated boarding schools.
Chap. 273 Fort Mojave, Ariz.
Chap. 273 Balance available.
45 Stat., 1578; ante, 105.
Chap. 273 Phoenix, Ariz.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Balance available. 45 Stat., 1578; ante, 105.
Chap. 273 Truxton Canyon, Ariz.
Chap. 273 Theodore Roosevelt Fort Apache, Ariz.
Chap. 273 Sherman Institute, Riverside, Calif.
Chap. 273 Fort Bidwell, Calif.
Chap. 273 Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans.
Chap. 273 Mount Pleasant, Mich.
Chap. 273 Pipestone, Minn.
Chap. 273 Genoa, Nebr.
Chap. 273 Carson City, Nev.
Chap. 273 Albuquerque, N. Mex.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Balance available.
Chap. 273 45 Stat., 218; ante, 24.
Santa Fe, N. Mex.
Chap. 273 Charles H. Burke, Fort Wingate, N. Mex.
Chap. 273 Cherokee, N. C.
Chap. 273 Bismarck, N. Dak.
Chap. 273 Fort Totten, N. Dak.
Chap. 273 Wahpeton, N. Dak.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Balance availale. 45 Stat., 1579; ante, 105.
Chap. 273 Chilocco, Okla.
Chap. 273 Sequoyah Orphan Training School, Okla.
Chap. 273 Bloomfield, Okla. To be known as Carter Seminary.
Chap. 273 Euchee, Okla.
Chap. 273 Eufaula.Okla.
Chap. 273 Chemawa, Salem, Oreg.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Restriction on Alaska natives.
Chap. 273 Flandreau, S. Dak.
Chap. 273 Pierre, S. Dak.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Balance available. 45 Stat., 1580. Ante, 106.
Chap. 273 Rapid City, S. Dak.
Chap. 273 Hayward, Wis.
Chap. 273 Tomah, Wis.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Purchase of library books. Amount for physical improvements interchangeable.
Chap. 273 Report to Congress.
Chap. 273 Chippewas of Minnesota. Tuition of children, of, in State schools, from tribal funds.
25 Stat., 645, vol. 1, 301.
Chap. 273 Chippewas of the Mississippi. School for.
16 Stat., 726, vol. 2 974.
Chap. 273 Osages in Oklahoma. Educating children from trust fund.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Saint Louis Mission boarding school.
Chap. 273 Five Civilized Tribes, and Quapaws. Common schools.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Parentage limitation not applicable.
40 Stat., 564, vol. 4, 149.
U.S.C., p. 708.
Printing school paper.
Chap. 273 Payment to truant officers.
Chap. 273 Teachers in full-blood Indian communities.
Chap. 273 Sioux Indians. Day and industrial schools.
Chap. 273 19 Stat., 254, vol. 1, 168.
Chap. 273 Uintah and Duchesne Counties, Utah. Aid to school districts.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Equality with white children.
Chap. 273 Conservation of health.
Chap. 273 Expenses designated.
Chap. 273 Suppressing trachoma, etc.
Chap. 273 Oraibi Sanatorium, Ariz. Reappropriation for.
45 Stat., 1582. Ante, 106.
Chap. 273 Allotments to specified hospitals and sanatoria. Arizona.
Chap. 273 California.
Chap. 273 Idaho.
Chap. 273 Iowa.
Chap. 273 Mississippi.
Chap. 273 Montana.
Chap. 273 Nebraska.
Chap. 273 Nevada.
Chap. 273 New Mexico.
Chap. 273 North Carolina.
Chap. 273 North Dakota.
Chap. 273 Oklahoma.
Chap. 273 South Dakota.
Chap. 273 Washington.
Chap. 273 Wisconsin.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Interchangeable expenditures.
Chap. 273 Construction, etc., at designated hospitals.
Chap. 273 Chippewas in Minnesota. Hospitals for, from tribal funds.
25 Stat., 645, vol. 4, 301.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Onigum, Minn. Balance available for equipment, etc., of hospital.
45 Stat., 1582. Ante, 107.
Chap. 273 Health work. Amount available for, from trust funds.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Limitation.
Chap. 273 Canton, S. Dak. Insane asylum expenses.
Chap. 273 Support and administration.
Chap. 273 Expenses.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Detailed report of Five Civilized Tribes expenses.
Chap. 273 Fulfilling treaties.
Chap. 273 Coeur d’Alenes, Idaho.
26 Stat., 1029.
For citation to Compilation, vol. see ante, 28.
Chap. 273 Bannocks, Idaho.
15 Stat., 696.
Chap. 273 Crows, Mont.
15 Stat., 652.
Chap. 273 Northern Cheyennes, and Arapahoes, Mont.
19 Stat., 256.
Chap. 273 Pawnees, Okla.
11 Stat., 731;27 Stat., 644.
Chap. 273 Quapaws, Okla.
7 Stat., 425.
Chap. 273 Sioux, different tribes.
15 Stat., 640; 19 Stat., 254.
Chap. 273 Utes, Confederated Bands.
15 Stat., 622.
Chap. 273 Spokanes, Wash.
27 Stat., 139.
Chap. 273 Shoshones, Wyo.
15 Stat., 675, 676.
Chap. 273 Quapaw Agency, Okla. Administering trust property of Indians at.
41 Stat., 416, vol. 4, 235.
U.S.C., p. 720.
Chap. 273 Kootenai, Idaho. Village site for, near Bonners Ferry.
Chap. 273 General support, etc., at agencies, from tribal funds.
Chap. 273 Arizona.
Chap. 273 California.
Chap. 273 Colorado.
Chap. 273 Idaho.
Chap. 273 Iowa.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
No tax on trust lands.
Chap. 273 Kansas.
Chap. 273 Michigan.
Chap. 273 Minnesota.
Chap. 273 Montana.
Chap. 273 Crow tribal council.
45 Stat., 1496. Ante, 91.
Chap. 273 Nebraska.
Chap. 273 Nevada.
Chap. 273 New Mexico.
Chap. 273 North Dakota.
Chap. 273 Oklahoma.
Chap. 273 Oregon.
Chap. 273 South Dakota.
Chap. 273 Utah.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Sum for State Experimental Farm.
Chap. 273 Washington.
Chap. 273 Wisconsin.
Chap. 273 Wyoming.
Chap. 273 Chippewas in Minnesota. General support, administering property, etc., from trust fund.
25 Stat., 645, vol. 1, 301.
Chap. 273 Purposes specified.
Chap. 273 Aiding indigent Indians.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Amount immediately available.
Chap. 273 Choctaws and Chickasaws. Per capita payment expenses.
Chap. 273 Five Civilized Tribes. Apportionment of allotment for the fiscal year. Specified salaries.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Pay restriction.
Chap. 273 Osages, Okla. Agency expenses, from trust funds.
Chap. 273 Oil and gas production. Expenses from tribal trust funds.
Chap. 273 Visits of Tribal Council, etc., to Washington, D.C.
Chap. 273 Utes, Confederated Bands. Distribution to, from tribal principal fund.
Chap. 273 Self-support and property administration, from accrued interest.
37 Stat., 934, vol. 3, 559.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Indian labor on road construction.
Chap. 273 Roads and bridges.
Chap. 273 Red Lake Reservation. Minn.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Indian labor.
Chap. 273 Leupp Agency, Ariz. Bridges, etc.
Chap. 273 Soboba Reservation, Calif. Half cost of bridge across San Jacinto River, near.
45 Stat., 1229; ante, 78.
Chap. 273 Cheyenne River Reservation, S. Dak. Half cost of bridge acress Moreau River, in.
45 Stat., 1487; ante, 90.
Chap. 273 Half cost of bridge across Cherry Creek in the reservation.
45 Stat., 1488; ante, 91.
Chap. 273 Constructing, etc., roads on reservations not eligible under Federal Highway Act.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Cooperation, etc., of local authorities.
Chap. 273 Gallup-Shiprock Highway, Ariz. Maintenance.
43 Stat., 1163, vol. 4,454.
Chap. 273 Annuities, etc.
Chap. 273 Senecas, N.Y.
4 Stat., 442.
Chap. 273 Six Nations, N.Y.
7 Stat., 46, vol. 2, 34.
Chap. 273 Choctaws, Okla.
7 Stat., 99, 212, 213, 236, vol. 2, 88, 192, 211 706.
11 Stat., 614, vol. 2, 87, 191, 215, 706, 709.
Chap. 273 Saint Croix Chippewas, Wis. Purchase of land for.
10 Stat., 1109, vol. 2,648.
Chap. 273 38 Stat., 606, vol. 4, 32.
Chap. 273 Proviso.
Discretionary cash payments.
Chap. 273 Field service appropriations. Available for supplies, travel, etc.
Chap. 273 Geological Survey.
Chap. 273 Nonmetallic mineral mining Act. Enforcing. 38 Stat., 741.
40 Stat., 297.
41 Stat., 437, 1363.
U.S.C., pp. 963, 964, 1395, 1396.
Chap. 273 National Park Service.
Chap. 273 Glacier, Mont.
Chap. 273 Roads and trails. Construction of, etc., in parks and monuments.
Chap. 273 Special authorizations.
Chap. 273 43 Stat., 423.
Chap. 273 Contractual obligations.
45 Stat., 1601; ante, 115.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Services in the District.
Chap. 273 Contracts for approved projects deemed Federal obligations.
Chap. 273 Education Office.
Chap. 273 Alaska.
Chap. 273 Education of natives.
Chap. 273 Specific allotments.
Chap. 273 Provisos.
Interchangeable amounts.
Chap. 273 Services in the District.
Chap. 273 Supervision of expenses by Commissioner of Education.
Chap. 273 Contracts with school boards for educating native children.
Chap. 273 Shoemaker Bay. Constructing industrial boarding school for natives at.
Chap. 273 Medical and sanitary relief of natives.
Chap. 273 Traveling expenses, etc., of new appointees allowed from appropriations.
Sec. 2 Field work appropriations available for work animals, vehicles, etc.

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Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the Department of the Interior for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1931, namely:

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

CONTINGENT EXPENSES, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

For contingent expenses of the office of the Secretary and the bureaus and offices of the department; furniture, carpets, ice, lumber, hardware, dry goods, advertising, telegraphing, telephone service, including personal services of temporary or emergency telephone operators; street-car fares for use of messengers not exceeding $150, expressage, diagrams, awnings, filing devices, typewriters, adding, addressing, and check-signing machines, and other labor-saving devices, including the repair, exchange, and maintenance thereof; constructing model and other cases and furniture; postage stamps to prepay postage on foreign mail and for special-delivery and air-mail stamps for use in the United States; traveling expenses, including necessary expenses of inspectors; fuel and light; examination of estimates for appropriations in the field for any bureau, office, or service of the department; not exceeding $500 shall be available for the payment of damages caused to private property by department motor vehicles; purchase and exchange of motor trucks, motor cycles, and bicycles, maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles and motor trucks, motor cycles, and bicycles to be used only for official purposes; rent of department garage; expense of taking testimony and preparing the same in connection with disbarment proceedings instituted against persons charged with improper practices before the department, its bureaus and offices; expense of translations, and not exceeding $1,000 for contract stenographic reporting services; not exceeding $700 for newspapers,

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for which payment may be made in advance; stationery, including tags, labels, index cards, cloth-lined wrappers, and specimen bags, printed in the course of manufacture, and such printed envelopes as are not supplied under contracts made by the Postmaster General, for the department and its several bureaus and offices, and other absolutely necessary expenses not hereinbefore Provided for, $122,000; and, in addition thereto, sums amounting to $75,500 for stationery supplies shall be deducted from other appropriations made for the fiscal year 1931, as follows: Surveying public lands, $2,000; protecting public lands and timber, $1,000; contingent expenses, local land offices, $2,500; Geological Survey, $4,500; Indian Service, $45,000; Freedmen’s Hospital, $1,000; Saint Elizabeths Hospital, $2,500; National Park Service, $5,000; Bureau of Reclamation, $12,000, any unexpended portion of which shall revert and be credited to the reclamation fund; and said sums so deducted shall be credited to and constitute, together with the first-named sum of $122,000, the total appropriation for contingent expenses for the department and its several bureaus and offices for the fiscal year 1931.

For the purchase or exchange of professional and scientific books, law and medical books, and books to complete broken sets, periodicals, directories, and other books of reference relating to the business of the department by the several offices and bureaus of the Interior Department herein named, $500, and in addition there is hereby made available from any appropriations made for such bureau or office not to exceed the following respective sums: Office of the Secretary, $600; Pension Office, $800; Indian Service, $500; Office of Education, $1,800; Bureau of Reclamation, $2,000; Geological Survey, $2,500; National Park Service, $700; General Land Office, $500.

EXPENSES OF INDIAN COMMISSIONERS

For expenses of the Board of Indian Commissioners, $14,000, of which amount not to exceed $9,000 may be expended for personal services in the District of Columbia.

GENERAL LAND OFFICE

Opening Indian reservations (reimbursable): For expenses pertaining to the opening to entry and settlement of such Indian reservation lands as may be opened during the fiscal year 1931, $300: Provided, That the expenses pertaining to the opening of each of said reservations and paid for out of this appropriation shall be reimbursed to the United States from the money received from the sale of the lands embraced in said reservations, respectively.

BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS

SALARIES

For the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and other personal services in the District of Columbia, $447,600.

GENERAL EXPENSES

For transportation and incidental expenses of officers and clerks of the Bureau of Indian Affairs when traveling on official duty; for

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telegraph and telephone toll messages on business pertaining to the Indian Service sent and received by the Bureau of Indian Affairs at Washington, and for other necessary expenses of the Indian Service for which no other appropriation is available, $12,000.

For expenses necessary to the purchase of goods and supplies for the Indian Service, including inspection, pay of necessary employees, and all other expenses connected therewith, including advertising, storage, and transportation of Indian goods and supplies, $650,000: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be used in payment for any services except bill therefor is rendered within one year from the time the service is performed.

For pay of field representatives of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and traveling and incidental expenses, $25,000.

For pay of judges of Indian courts where tribal relations now exist, at rates to be fixed by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, $18,000.

For pay of Indian police, including chiefs of police at not to exceed $70 per month each and privates at not to exceed $50 per month each, to be employed in maintaining order, and for purchase of equipments and supplies, $163,000.

For the suppression of the traffic in intoxicating liquors and deleterious drugs, including peyote, among Indians, $100,000.

For lease, purchase, repair, and improvement of agency buildings, exclusive of hospital buildings, including the purchase of necessary lands and the installation, repair, and improvement of heating, lighting, power, and sewerage and water systems in connection therewith, $200,000; for construction of physical improvements, exclusive of hospitals, $85,500; in all, $285,500: Provided, That this appropriation shall be available for the payment of salaries and expenses of persons employed in the supervision of construction or repair work of roads and bridges on Indian reservations and other lands devoted to the Indian Service: Provided further, That not more than $3,500 shall be expended for new construction at any one agency except as follows: Not to exceed $10,500 for three employees’ cottages, Rosebud Agency, South Dakota; not to exceed $7,500 for two employees’ cottages, Eastern Navajo Agency, New Mexico; not to exceed $7,000 for two employees’ cottages, Mescalero Agency, New Mexico; and not to exceed $20,000 for an employee’s building, and $9,000 for three employees’ cottages, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota.

For the purchase of supplies and equipment and the employment of labor for the construction and repair of telephone lines within the Southern Navajo subdivision of the Navajo Reservation in Arizona, $25,000.

For the purchase of supplies and equipment and the employment of labor for the construction and repair of telephone lines from Hoopa Valley Agency to Korbel, California, and to outlying points within the reservation, $8,000.

For the purchase of supplies and equipment and the employment of labor for the construction of a telephone line from Tularosa, New Mexico, to the Mescalero Indian Agency, and for the repair of telephone lines to outlying points on the reservation, $8,000.

For the purchase of supplies and equipment and the employment of labor for the construction of a telephone line from Nespelem to Wilbur, Washington, and from Wellpnit to Reardan, Washington, $10,000.

Not to exceed $150,000 of applicable appropriations made herein for the Bureau of Indian Affairs shall be available for the maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled and horse-drawn

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passenger-carrying vehicles for the use of superintendents, farmers, physicians, field matrons, allotting, irrigation, and other employees in the Indian field service: Provided, That not to exceed $1,000 may be used in the purchase of horse-drawn passenger-carrying vehicles, and not to exceed $120,000 for the purchase and exchange of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, and that such vehicles shall be used only for official service.

That to meet possible emergencies not exceeding $100,000 of the appropriations made by this Act for support of reservation and nonreservation schools, for school and agency buildings, and for conservation of health among Indians shall be available, upon approval of the Secretary of the Interior, for replacing any buildings, equipment, supplies, livestock, or other property of those activities of the Indian Service above referred to which may be destroyed or rendered unserviceable by fire, flood, or storm: Provided, That the limitations for new construction contained in the appropriations for Indian school, agency, and hospital buildings shall not apply to such emergency expenditures: Provided further, That any diversions of appropriations made hereunder shall be reported to Congress in the annual Budget.

Not to exceed $9,000 shall be available from applicable funds for expenses (not membership fees) of employees of the Indian Service when authorized by the Secretary of the Interior to attend meetings of medical, health, and educational associations in the interest of health and educational work among the Indians.

For investigating, hearing, and determining the claims of individual members of the Sioux Tribe against tribal funds, or against the United States, as authorized by the Act of May 3, 1928 (45 Stat., p. 484), $12,000, to be immediately available.

EXPENSES IN PROBATE MATTERS

For the purpose of determining the heirs of deceased Indian allottees having right, title, or interest in any trust or restricted property, under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior, $72,000, reimbursable as Provided by existing law, of which $15,000 shall be available for personal services in the District of Columbia: Provided, That the Provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to the Osage Indians nor to the Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma.

For salaries and expenses of such attorneys and other employees as the Secretary of the Interior may, in his discretion, deem necessary in probate matters affecting restricted allottees or their heirs in the Five Civilized Tribes and in the several tribes of the Quapaw Agency, and for the costs and other necessary expenses incident to suits instituted or conducted by such attorneys, $40,000: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be available for the payment of attorneys or other employees unless appointed after a competitive examination by the Civil Service Commission and from an eligible list furnished by such commission.

INDIAN LANDS

For the survey, resurvey, classification, and allotment of lands in severalty under the Provisions of the Act entitled “An Act to Provide for the allotment of lands in severalty to Indians,” approved February 8, 1887 (U.S.C., title 25, sec. 331), and under any other Act or Acts Providing for the survey, or allotment of Indian lands, $50,000: Provided, That no part of said sum shall be used for the survey, resurvey, classification, or allotment of any land in severalty on the public domain to any Indian, whether of the Navajo or other tribes, within

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the State of New Mexico and the State of Arizona, who was not residing upon the public domain prior to June 30, 1914.

For carrying out the Provisions of section 13 of the Act entitled “An Act to quiet the title to lands within Pueblo Indian land grants, and for other purposes,” approved June 7, 1924 (43 Stat., p. 636), $11,000, of which amount, $3,000 shall be immediately available.

For carrying out the Provisions of section 7 of the Act entitled “An Act authorizing the attorney general of the State of California to bring suit in the Court of Claims on behalf of the Indians in California,” approved May 18, 1928 (45 Stat., p. 602), and for continuing the enrollment of said Indians as directed therein, $20,000, to be immediately available.

For the payment of newspaper advertisements and printing locally of posters of sales of Indian lands, $500, reimbursable from payments by purchasers of costs of sale, under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe.

For the pay of one special attorney for the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico, to be designated by the Secretary of the Interior, and for necessary traveling expenses of said attorney, $3,700, or so much thereof as the Secretary of the Interior may deem necessary.

For payment of salaries of employees and other expenses of advertising and sale in connection with the further sales of unallotted lands and other tribal property belonging to any of the Five Civilized Tribes, including the advertising and sale of the land within the segregated coal and asphalt area of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, or of the surface thereof, as Provided for in the Act approved February 22, 1921, entitled “An Act authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to offer for sale remainder of the coal and asphalt deposits in segregated mineral land in the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, State of Oklahoma” (41 Stat., p. 1107), and of the improvements thereon, which is hereby expressly authorized, and for other work necessary to a final settlement of the affairs of the Five Civilized Tribes, $6,500, to be paid from the proceeds of sales of such tribal lands and property.

For the purchase of lands for the homeless Indians in California, including improvements thereon, for the use and occupancy of said Indians, the unexpended balance of the appropriation for this purpose for the fiscal year 1930 is hereby continued available during the fiscal year 1931, said funds to be expended under such regulations and conditions as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe.

For the purchase of lands, including improvements thereon, not exceeding eighty acres for any one family, for the use and occupancy of the full-blood Choctaw Indians of Mississippi, to be expended under conditions to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior for its repayment to the United States under such rules and regulations as he may direct, $6,500.

For carrying out the Provisions of the Act entitled “An Act Providing for the final disposition of the affairs of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina,” approved June 4, 1924 (43 Stat., p. 376), the unexpended balance of the appropriation for the fiscal year 1929 for this purpose is hereby made available until June 30, 1931.

For carrying out the Provisions of the Act of June 7,1924 (43 Stat., p. 636), to quiet title in Pueblo Indian lands, New Mexico, and in settlement for damages for lands and water rights lost to the Indians of the pueblos as recommended in the respective reports of the Pueblo Lands Board thereon, the sum of $32,308.74, as follows:

San Juan, $29,090.53; Isleta, $3,218.21: Provided, That $4,957.13 of the above amount for the San Juan pueblo may be expended for the purchase of seventy-six and fifty-four one-hundredths acres of land and water rights, and the remainder of said amount shall be

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available for irrigation, drainage, and improvements on San Juan pueblo lands: Provided further, That the sum awarded to the Isleta pueblo may be used to reimburse officials of that pueblo for expenditures made in connection with fencing lands of the Isleta pueblo grant: Provided further, That appropriations heretofore made for the purchase of land and water rights and fencing, irrigating, and imProving the lands of the Santo Domingo, Nambe, Sandia, Taos, San Felipe, Tesuque, and Picuris pueblos, are hereby continued available until June 30, 1931.

For fencing lands belonging to the Indians of the Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, $2,292.50, payable from funds on deposit in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of said Indians.

For purchase of additional land and water rights for the use and benefit of Indians of the Navajo Tribe, title to which shall be taken in the name of the United States in trust for the Navajo Tribe, as authorized by the Act of May 29, 1928 (45 Stat., p. 899), the unexpended balances of the appropriations made by the Acts of May 29, 1928, and March 4, 1929, for this purpose are hereby continued available until June 30, 1931: Provided, That in purchasing such lands title may be taken, in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, for the surface only.

For payment to the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Indians, of Oklahoma, under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the interior may prescribe, $200,000, from the tribal trust fund established by Joint Resolution of Congress, approved June 12, 1926 (44 Stat., p. 740), being a part of the Indians’ share of the money derived from the south half of the Red River in Oklahoma.

INDUSTRIAL ASSISTANCE AND ADVANCEMENT

For the preservation of timber on Indian reservations and allotments other than the Menominee Indian Reservation in Wisconsin, the education of Indians in the proper care of forests, and the general administration of forestry work, including fire prevention and payment of reasonable rewards for information leading to arrest and conviction of a person or persons setting forest fires in contravention of law on Indian lands, $225,000: Provided, That this appropriation shall be available for the expenses of administration of Indian forest lands from which timber is sold to the extent only that proceeds from the sales of timber from such lands are insufficient for that purpose.

For expenses incidental to the sale of timber, and for the expenses of administration, including fire prevention, of Indian forest lands from which such timber is sold to the extent that the proceeds of such sales are sufficient for that purpose, $265,000, reimbursable to the United States as Provided in the Act of February 14, 1920 (U.S.C., title 25, sec. 413): Provided, That this appropriation shall be available for the payment of reasonable rewards for information leading to arrest and conviction of a person or persons setting forest fires in contravention of law.

For continuation of forest insect control work on the Klamath Indian Reservation in Oregon, $20,000, payable from funds on deposit in the Treasury to the credit of the Klamath Indians.

To meet possible emergencies, not exceeding $50,000 of the appropriations made by this Act for timber operations in the Indian Service is hereby made available for the suppression of forest fires on Indian reservations together with the unexpanded balance of the appropriation made for this purpose for the fiscal year 1928 from the funds held by the United States in trust for the respective tribes of

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Indians interested: Provided, That any diversions of appropriations made hereunder shall be reported to Congress in the annual Budget.

For transfer to the Geological Survey for expenditures to be made in inspecting mines and examining mineral deposits on Indian lands and in supervising mining operations on restricted, tribal, and allotted Indian lands leased under the Provisions of the Acts of February 28, 1891 (26 Stat., p. 795), May 27, 1908 (35 Stat., p. 312), March 3, 1909 (U.S.C., title 25, sec. 396), and other Acts authorizing the leasing of such lands for mining purposes, $85,000.

For the purpose of obtaining remunerative employment for Indians, $50,000.

For the purpose of developing agriculture and stock raising among the Indians, including the employment of farmers, stockmen, farm demonstrators, and agricultural college graduates scientifically trained and qualified to direct the agricultural activities of the Indians, in addition to the agency and school farmers now employed, necessary traveling expenses, supplies, and equipment, $315,000, of which not to exceed $15,000 may be used to conduct agricultural experiments on Indian school or agency farms and to maintain a supply of suitable plants or seed for issue to Indians.

For the purpose of encouraging industry and self-support among the Indians and to aid them in the culture of fruits, grains, and other crops, $500,000, which sum may be used for the purchase of seeds, animals, machinery, tools, implements, and other equipment necessary, and for advances to Indians having irrigable allotments to assist them in the development and cultivation thereof, in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, to enable Indians to become self-supporting: Provided, That the expenditures for the purposes above set forth shall be under conditions to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior for repayment to the United States on or before June 30, 1936, except in the case of loans on irrigable lands for permanent improvement of said lands, in which the period for repayment may run for not exceeding twenty years in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior: Provided further, That $175,000 shall be available for expenditures for the benefit of the Pima Indians, and not to exceed $25,000 of the amount herein appropriated shall be expended on any other one reservation or for the benefit of any other one tribe of Indians: Provided further, That no part of this appropriation shall be used for the purchase of tribal herds: Provided further, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized, in his discretion and under such rules and regulations as he may prescribe, to make advances from this appropriation to old, disabled, or indigent Indian allottees, for their support, to remain a charge and lien against their lands until paid.

Industrial assistance: For the construction of homes for individual members of the tribes; the purchase for sale to them of seed, animals, machinery, tools, implements, building material, and other equipment and supplies; and for advances to old, disabled, or indigent Indians for their support, the unexpended balances of the appropriations contained in the Interior Department Appropriation Act for the fiscal year 1930 for this purpose are hereby continued available during the fiscal year 1931: Provided, That the expenditures for the purposes above set forth shall be under conditions to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior for repayment to the United States on or before June 30, 1936, except in the case of loans on irrigable lands for permanent improvement of said lands, in which the period for repayment may run for not exceeding twenty years in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, and advances to

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old, disabled, or indigent Indians for their support, which shall remain a charge and lien against their land until paid: Provided further, That all moneys reimbursed during the fiscal year 1931 shall be credited to the respective appropriations and be available for the purposes of this paragraph.

For reimbursing Indians for livestock destroyed on account of being infected with dourine, $7,000, and for expenses in connection with the work of eradicating and preventing such disease, $3,000; in all, $10,000, to be expended under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe.

For assisting Indians in the eradication of scabies in their sheep and goats, $60,000, which amount may be transferred by the Secretary of the Interior, with the approval of the Secretary of Agriculture, to the Bureau of Animal Industry for direct expenditure.

DEVELOPMENT OF WATER SUPPLY

Developing water supply: For imProving springs, drilling wells, and otherwise developing and conserving water for Indian use, including the purchase, construction, and installation of pumping machinery, tanks, troughs, and other necessary equipment, and for necessary investigations and surveys for the purpose of increasing the available grazing range on unallotted lands on Indian reservations; not more than $75,000 for the Navajo Indians in Arizona and New Mexico, not more than $27,500 for the Papago Indians in Arizona, not more than $5,000 for the Pueblo Indian lands in New Mexico, and not more than $6,000 for the Hopi Indians in Arizona; in all, $114,000.

Developing water supply (from tribal funds): For improving springs, drilling wells, and otherwise developing and conserving water for Indian use, including the purchase, construction, and installation of pumping machinery, tanks, troughs, and other necessary equipment, and for necessary investigations and surveys for the purpose of increasing the available grazing range on unallotted lands on Indian reservations: For the Mescalero Reservation, New Mexico, $5,000; for the Consolidated Ute Reservation, Colorado, $3,000; for the Truxton Canyon Reservation, Arizona, $3,000; in all, $11,000, to be paid from funds held in trust for said tribes of Indians, respectively, by the United States.

IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE

For the construction, repair, and maintenance of irrigation systems, and for purchase or rental of irrigation tools and appliances, water rights, ditches, and lands necessary for irrigation purposes for Indian reservations and allotments; for operation of irrigation systems or appurtenances thereto when no other funds are applicable or available for the purpose; for drainage and protection of irrigable lands from damage by floods or loss of water rights, upon the Indian irrigation projects named below, in not to exceed the following amounts, respectively:

Irrigation district one: Colville Reservation, Washington, $20,100;

Irrigation district two: Walker River Reservation, Nevada, $10,500, of which $1,500 shall be immediately available; Western Shoshone Reservation, Idaho and Nevada, $5,000; Shivwits, Utah, $300;

Irrigation district four: Ak Chin Reservation, Arizona, $8,000; Chiu Chui pumping plants, Arizona, $4,500; Coachella Valley pumping plants, California, $2,000; Morongo Reservation, California, $3,500; Pala and Rincon Reservations, California, $2,000; miscellaneous projects, $5,000;

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Irrigation district five: New Mexico Pueblos, $10,000; Zuni Reservation, New Mexico, $10,000 Navajo and Hopi, miscellaneous projects, Arizona and New Mexico, 14,000; Southern Ute Reservation, Colorado, $10,000;

For necessary miscellaneous expenses incident to the general administration of Indian irrigation projects, including salaries of one chief irrigation engineer, one assistant chief irrigation engineer, one superintendent of irrigation competent to pass upon water rights, not to exceed five supervising engineers, one field cost accountant, and for traveling and incidental expenses of officials and employees of the Indian irrigation service, $93,000;

In all, for irrigation on Indian reservations, not to exceed $193,000, together with the unexpended balance of the appropriation for this purpose for the fiscal year 1930, which is hereby continued available until June 30, 1931, reimbursable as Provided in the Act of August 1, 1914 (U.S.C., title 25, sec. 385): Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be expended on any irrigation system or reclamation project for which public funds are or may be otherwise available: Provided further, That the foregoing amounts appropriated for such purposes shall be available interchangeably, in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, for the necessary expenditures for damages by floods and other unforeseen exigencies, but the amount so interchanged shall not exceed in the aggregate 10 per centum of all the amounts so appropriated: Provided further, That the costs of irrigation projects and of operating, and maintaining such projects where reimbursement thereof is rewired by law shall be apportioned on a per acre basis against the land s under the respective projects and shall be collected by the Secretary of the Interior as required by such law, and any unpaid charges outstanding against such lands shall constitute a first lien thereon which shall be recited in any patent or instrument issued for such lands.

For all purposes necessary to Provide an adequate distributing, pumping, and drainage system for the San Carlos project, authorized by the Act of June 7, 1924 (43 Stat., p. 475), and to continue construction of and to maintain and operate works of that project and of the Florence.-Casa Grande project; and to maintain, operate, and extend works to deliver water to lands in the Gila River Indian Reservation which may be included in the San Carlos project, including not more than $5,000 for crop and improvement damages and not more than $5,000 for purchases of rights of way, $600,000, reimbursable as required by said Act of June 7, 1924, as amended, and subject to the conditions and Provisions imposed by said Act as amended.

For improvement, operation, and maintenance of the pumping plants and irrigation system on the Colorado River Indian Reservation, Arizona, as Provided in the Act of April 4, 1910 (36 Stat., p. 273), $25,000, reimbursable as Provided in the aforesaid Act.

For operation and maintenance of the Ganado irrigation project, Arizona, reimbursable under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe, $5,000.

For the operation and maintenance of pumping plants for the irrigation of lands on the San Carlos Reservation in Arizona, $5,000, to be paid from the funds held by the United States in trust for the Indians of such reservation: Provided, That the sum so used shall be reimbursed to the tribe by the Indians benefited, under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe.

For improvements, maintenance, and operation of the Fort Hall irrigation system, Idaho, $40,000.

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For the purpose of carrying out the Provisions of the Act approved May 29, 1928 (45 Stat., p. 938), to Provide reclamation of Kootenai Indian allotments in Idaho within the exterior boundaries of drainage districts that may be benefited by drainage works of such districts, the unexpended balance of the appropriation of $114,000 contained in the Act of March 4, 1929 (45 Stat., p. 1574), is hereby continued available until June 30, 1931.

For the construction of a drainage system for lands of the Sac and Fox Indians in Iowa, the unexpended balance of the appropriation of $10,000 contained in the Act of March 4, 1929 (45 Stat., p. 1574), is hereby continued available until June 30, 1931: Provided, That said amount or so much thereof as may be used in the construction of the drainage system shall be reimbursed to the United States from the proceeds of leases covering the Indian lands benefited by the drainage work, and the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized to lease such lands for periods not in excess of five years, and one-half the proceeds derived therefrom shall be used for payment of the cost of said work and the balance placed in the Treasury for the credit of the Indians, to bear interest at the rate of 4 per centum per annum: Provided further, That there is hereby created against such lands a first lien, which lien shall not be enforced during the period that the title to such lands remains in the Indians, but that in case of sale of any such lands said lands shall be sold subject to the first lien herein created, and a recital of said lien shall be made in all patents or deeds issued for any lands benefited under the drainage ditch.

For maintenance and operation, repairs and continuation of construction of the irrigation systems on the Fort Belknap Reservation, in Montana, $18,000, reimbursable in accordance with the Provisions of the Act of April 4, 1910 (36 Stat., p. 270).

For operation and maintenance of the irrigation systems on the Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana, $15,000; for continuation of construction, Camas A betterment, $12,000; to complete construction Kicking Horse Reservoir, $100,000; Nine Pipe Feed Canal structures, $15,000; to complete Nine Pipe Reservoir, $5,000; Twin Reservoir, $30,000; lateral systems betterment, $25,000; miscellaneous engineering, surveys and examinations, $15,000; headquarters buildings, $15,000; for the construction or purchase of a power distributing system or for construction of a power plant, $40,000; in all, $272,000: Provided, That the unexpended balance of the appropriations for continuing construction of this project now available shall remain available for the fiscal years 1930 and 1931 for such construction or purchase of a power distributing system or for construction of a power plant: Provided further, That in addition to the amounts herein appropriated for such construction or purchase of a power-distributing system or for construction of a power plant, the Secretary of the Interior may also enter into contracts for the same purposes not exceeding a total of $200,000, and his action in so doing shall be deemed a contractual obligation of the Federal Government for the payment of the cost thereof and appropriations hereafter made for such purposes shall be considered available for the purpose of discharging the obligation so created: Provided further, That the funds made available herein for continuation of construction shall be subject to the reimbursable and other conditions and Provisions of said Acts: And Provided further, That upon execution by the Jocko and Mission Districts of repayment contracts in pursuance to existing law, the operation and maintenance charges for those districts for the irrigation season of 1930 shall be covered into construction costs.

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For improvement, maintenance, and operation, $26,750; and for first of three year construction program of the Two Medicine and Badger-Fisher divisions of the irrigation systems on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana, including the purchase of any necessary rights or property, $64,250; in all, $91,000 (reimbursable).

For maintenance and operation of the irrigation systems on the Crow Reservation, Montana, including maintenance assessments payable to the Two Leggings Water Users’ Association and Bozeman Trail Ditch Company, Montana, properly assessable against lands allotted to the Indians irrigable thereunder, $1,000, to be reimbursed under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior in accordance with the Act of May 26, 1926 (44 Stat., pp. 658-660).

For operation and maintenance of the irrigation system on the Pyramid Lake Reservation, Nevada, $4,000, reimbursable from any funds of the Indians of this reservation now or hereafter available.

For payment of annual installment of reclamation charges against Paiute Indian lands within the Newlands reclamation project, Nevada, $4,421; and for payment in advance, as Provided by district law, of operation and maintenance assessments, including assessments for the operation of drains to the Truckee-Carson irrigation district, which district, under contract, is operating the Newlands reclamation project, $11,020 to be immediately available; in all, $15,441.,

For improvement, operation, and maintenance of the irrigation system for the Laguna and Acoma Indians in New Mexico, 3,000, reimbursable by the Indians benefited, under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe.

For improvement, operation, and maintenance of the Hogback irrigation project on that part of the Navajo Reservation in New Mexico under the jurisdiction of the Northern Navajo Agency, $7,000, reimbursable under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe.

For repair of damage to irrigation systems resulting from flood and for flood protection of irrigable lands on the several pueblos in New Mexico, $5,000, and the unexpended balance of the appropriation for this purpose for the fiscal year 1930 shall be available for the same purpose for the fiscal year 1931.

Payment to Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District: The unexpended balances of the appropriations for payment to the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District for the fiscal years 1929 and 1930 are made available for the fiscal year 1931.

For improvement, maintenance, and operation of miscellaneous irrigation projects on the Klamath Reservation, $3,500, to be paid from the funds held by the United States in trust for the Klamath Indians in the State of Oregon, said sum, or such part thereof as may be used, to be reimbursed to the tribe under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe.

Lake Andes, South Dakota, spillway and drainage ditch: The unexpended balance of $48,612.76 of the appropriation for the construction of a spillway and drainage ditch to lower the level of Lake Andes, South Dakota, contained in the Act of September 22, 1922 (42 Stat., p. 1051), and covered into the surplus fund by the Act of March 7, 1928 (45 Stat., p. 215), which was reappropriated for the same purposes during the fiscal year 1930 in the Act of March 4, 1929 (45 Stat., p. 1641), is hereby continued available for the same purposes during the fiscal year 1931: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be expended until the Secretary of the Interior shall have obtained

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from the proper authorities of the State of South Dakota satisfactory guaranties of the payment by said State of one-half of the cost of the construction of the said spillway and drainage ditch.

For continuing operation and maintenance and betterment of the irrigation system to irrigate allotted lands of the Uncompahgre, Uintah, and White River Utes in Utah, authorized under the Act of June 21, 1906 (34 Stat., p. 375), $9,000, to be paid from tribal funds held by the United States in trust for said Indians said sum to be reimbursed to the tribal fund by the individuals benefited under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior: Provided, That not to exceed $5,000 of the amount herein appropriated shall be available for the purchase of four sites and the construction of cottages thereon for use of ditch riders employed by the project.

For operation and maintenance, including repairs, of the Toppenish-Simcoe irrigation unit, on the Yakima Reservation, Washington, reimbursable as Provided by the Act of June 30, 1919 (41 Stat., p. 28), $2,000.

For reimbursement to the reclamation fund the proportionate expense of operation and maintenance of the reservoirs for furnishing stored water to the lands in Yakima Indian Reservation, Washington, in accordance with the Provisions of section 22 of the Act of August 1, 1914 (38 Stat., p. 604), $11,000.

For operation and maintenance of the Satus unit of the Wapato project that can be irrigated by gravity from the drainage water From the Wapato project, Yakima Reservation, Washington, $1,000; for construction of pumping plant and canals for the irrigation of higher lands in subdivision 2 of the Satus unit, $90,000; in all, $91,000, to be reimbursed under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe. 1

For investigations for increasing the water supply of the Ahtanum irrigation project, Yakima Reservation, Washington, $12,000.

For the extension of canals and laterals on the ceded portion of the Wind River Reservation, Wyoming, to Provide for the irrigation of additional Indian lands, and for the Indians’ pro rata share of the cost of the operation and maintenance of canals and laterals and for the Indians’ pro rata share of the cost of the Big Bend drainage project on the ceded portion of that reservation, and for continuing the work of constructing an irrigation system within the diminished reservation, including the Big Wind River and Dry Creek Canals, and including the maintenance and operation and completed canals, $45,000, reimbursable as Provided by existing law.

Appropriations herein for irrigation and drainage of Indian lands shall be available only for expenditure by and under the direction of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs.

EDUCATION

For the support of Indian day and industrial schools not. otherwise Provided for, and other educational and industrial purposes in connection therewith, $3,267,000: Provided, That, not to exceed $10,000 of this appropriation may be used for the support and education of deaf and dumb or blind or mentally deficient Indian children: Provided further, That $4,500 of this appropriation may be used for the education and civilization of the Alabama and Coushatta Indians in Texas: Provided


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further, That not more than $450,000 of the amount herein appropriated may be expended for the tuition of Indian children enrolled in the public schools under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe, but formal contracts shall not be required, for compliance with section 3744 of the Revised Statutes (U.S.C., title 41, sec. 16), for payment of tuition of Indian children in public schools or of Indian children in schools for the deaf and dumb, blind, or mentally deficient: Provided further, That not less than $6,500 of the amount herein appropriated shall be available only for purchase of library books: And Provided further, That, not to exceed $10,000 of the amount herein appropriated shall be available for educating Indian youth in stock raising at the United States Range Livestock Experiment Station at Miles City, Montana.

For the support of Indian day and industrial schools, and other educational and industrial purposes in connection therewith, other than among the Five Civilized Tribes, there shall be expected from Indian tribal funds and from school revenues arising under the Act of May 17, 1926 (44 Stat., p. 560), not more than $150,000, including the following amount from the principal sum on deposit to the credit of the Chippewa Indians in Minnesota, arising under section 7 of the Act approved January 14, 1889 (25 Stat., p. 645): $10,000 for the construction, equipment, and maintenance of public schools in connection with and under the control of the public-school system of the State of Minnesota, said schools buildings to be located at places contiguous to Indian children who are now without proper public-school facilities: Provided,That not more than $7,500 of the above authorization of $750,000 shall be expended for new construction at any one school unless herein expressly authorized.

For the support of schools and for tuition among the Five Civilized Tribes, there may be expended from tribal funds of such nations $233,200 as follows: Seminole Nation, $38,000; Chickasaw Nation, $24,000; Choctaw Nation, $171,200, of which latter amount there may be expended $10,000 for heating plant at Jones Male Academy: Provided, That the balance remaining to the credit of the Cherokee Nation, amounting to $201.08, and any additional amount placed to the credit of the Cherokee Nation; on or before June 30, 1930, not to exceed $500, is authorized to be expended in the purchase of additional land for the Sequoyah Orphan Training School.

For subsistence of pupils retained in Government boarding schools of all classes during summer months, $64,000.

For collection and transportation of pupils to and from Indian and public schools, and for placing school pupils, with the consent of their parents, under the care and control of white families qualified to give them moral, industrial, and educational training, $90,000.

For lease, purchase, repair, and improvement of school buildings, including the purchase of necessary lands and the installation, repair, and improvement of heating, lighting, power, and sewerage and water systems in connection therewith, $300,000; for construction of physical improvements, $9:85,000, and the unexpended balance for new construction at, any school or institution contained in the Act of March 4, 1929 (45 Stat., p. 1577), is hereby made available for construction of physical improvements until June 30, 1931; in all, $,785,000: Provided, That not more than $7,500 out of this appropriation shall be expended for new construction at any one school or institution except for new construction authorized as follows: Completing enlargement, including equipment, of Western Navajo boarding school, Arizona,

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$193,000, of which $20,000 shall be immediately available; completing enlargement, includiing equipment, of Ignacio boarding school, Colorado, $119,000; gymnasium and equipment, Blackfeet boarding school, Montana, $25,000; dining hall and kitchen, Pima boarding school, Arizona, $26,500; employees’ quarters, Fort Apache boarding school, Arizona, $20,000, to be immediately available; Paiute day school, Utah, $10,000; Lummi day school and teacher’s cottage, Washington, $12,500; Independence day school, $8,800, and Shell Creek day school, North Dakota, $14,800.

For repair, improvement, replacement, or construction of additional public-school buildings within Indian reservations in Arizona, attended by children of the Indian Service, to be equipped and maintained by the State of Arizona, $11,500.

For the purchase of furniture, school, shop, and other equipment, for Indian day and reservation and nonreservation boarding schools, $200,000, to supplement other applicable appropriations.

For support and education of Indian pupils at the following boarding schools in not to exceed the following amounts, respectively:

Fort Mojave, Arizona: For two hundred pupils, $61,000; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, the unexpended balance of the appropriation for this purpose for the fiscal year 1930 is hereby made available for the fiscal year 1931;

Phoenix, Arizona: For nine hundred and seventy-five pupils, including not to exceed $1,500 for printing and issuing school paper, $287,625; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $25,000; for school building, $25,000; for enlarging home economics building, $12,500; in all, $350,125: Provided, That the unexpended balance of the appropriation for the fiscal year 1930 for new hospital and equipment is hereby continued available during the fiscal year 1931;

Truxton Canyon, Arizona: For two hundred and fifteen pupils, $65,575; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $10,000; for completion of central heating plant and construction of light and power plant building, including necessary equipment and machinery, $21,000; for employees’ cottage, $3,000; for dairy barn and equipment, $4,500; in all, $104,075;

Theodore Roosevelt Indian School, Fort Apache, Arizona: For four hundred and fifty pupils, $137,250; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $20,000; for employees’ quarters, including equipment, $22,000; in all, $179,250;

Sherman Institute, Riverside, California: For one thousand pupils, including not to exceed $1000 for printing and issuing school paper, $295,000; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $18,000; for construction of employees’ quarters, shop building, ice plant, and addition to domestic science building, $16,000; in all, $329,000;

Fort Bidwell Indian School, California: For one hundred pupils, $33,000; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $8,000; in all, $41,000;

Haskell Institute, Lawrence Kansas: For nine hundred pupils, including not to exceed $1,500 for printing and issuing school paper, $265,500; for pay of superintendent, drayage, purchase of water for domestic purposes, and general repairs and improvements, including necessary drainage work, $25,000; for girls’ dormitory, including equipment, to be immediately available, $85,000; in all, $375,500;

Mount Pleasant, Michigan: For three hundred and seventy-five pupils, $114,375 ; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general

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repairs and improvements, $13,000; for enlarging employees’ building, including equipment, $12,000; for girls’ industrial building, including equipment, $25,000; in all, $164,375;

Pipestone, Minnesota: For three hundred and fifteen pupils, $96,075; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $15,000; for lavatory annex to girls’ dormitory, $10,000; for employees’ cottage, $4,000; for gymnasium, including equipment, $30,000; in all, $155,075;

Genoa, Nebraska: For five hundred pupils, including not more than $400 for printing and issuing school paper, $152,500; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $18,000; for home economics building, including equipment, $15,000; for commissary building, $5,000; for employees cottage, $3,000; for cattle shed, $3,000; for completion of heating; lighting, and power plant, $12,000; for new well and equipment, $4,000; in all, $212,500;

Carson City, Nevada: For four hundred and fifty pupils, $137,250; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $15,000; for remodeling and repairing old girls’ dormitory, $10,000; for boys’ dormitory, including equipment, $50,000; for industrial building, $25,000; for warehouse and commissary, $5,000; for laundry building, $8,000; in all, $250,250;

Albuquerque, New Mexico: For eight hundred and fifty pupils, $250,750; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $25,000; for employees’ quarters, including equipment, 0,000; for remodeling boys’ dormitory and construction of bath annex, $15,000; in all, $330,750: Provided, That the unexpended balance of the appropriation for the purchase of additional land for this school contained in the Interior Department Appropriation Act for the fiscal year 1929 (45 Stat., p. 218), is hereby continued available until June 30, 1931;

Santa Fe, New Mexico: For five hundred pupils, $152,500; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $15,000; for remodeling school building, $10,000; for two employees’ cottages, $6,000; for remodeling employees’ club building, $3,000; for converting wing of boys’ dormitory into employees’ quarters, $10,000; in all, $196,500;

Charles H. Burke School, Fort Wingate, New Mexico: For six hundred pupils, $177,000; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $20,000; for lavoratory annexes to girls’ and boys’ dormitories, $15,000; for utilization of water supply for irrigation purposes, $12,000; for industrial building, $40,000; in all, $264,000;

Cherokee, North Carolina: For three hundred and seventy-five pupils, $114,375; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $12,000; for lavatory annexes to girls’ and boys’ buildings, $8,000; in all, $134,375;

Bismarck, North Dakota: For one hundred and twenty-five pupils, $41,250; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $6,000; for home economics cottage, $6,000; in all, $53,250

Fort Totten, North Dakota: For two hundred and sixty-five pupils, $80,825; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $20,000; for enlarging school building, $5,000; in all, $105,825;

Wahpeton, North Dakota: For three hundred and twenty-five pupils, $99,125; for pay of superintendent, drayage; and general repairs and improvements, $12,000; for employees’ cottage, $5,000; for

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home economics building, including equipment, $10,000; for imProving roads and grounds, $12,000; in all, $138,125: Provided, That the unexpended balance of the appropriation for the purchase of land contained in the Interior Department Appropriation Act for the fiscal year 1930 is hereby continued available until June 30, 1931;

Chilocco, Oklahoma: For nine hundred pupils, including not to exceed $2,000 for printing and issuing school paper, $265,500; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $22,000; for girls’ dormitory, including equipment, $80,000; for remodeling hospital, $7,500; for repairs to old dairy barn, $8,000; in all, $383,000;

Sequoyah Orphan Training School, near Tahlequah, Oklahoma For three hundred and twenty-five orphan Indian children of the State of Oklahoma belonging to the restricted class, to be conducted as an industrial school under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, $99,125; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $12,000; for commissary building, $7,500; for laundry building, including equipment, to be immediately available, $12,000; for employee’s cottage, $5,000; for a building for employees’ quarters, $15,000; for construction and equipment of shop building, to be immediately available, $15,000; in all, $165,625;

Bloomfield, Oklahoma, to be known hereafter as Carter Seminary in honor of the late Honorable Charles D. Carter: For one hundred and sixty pupils, $52,800; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $6,000; for employees’ building, $20,000; in all, $78,800;

Euchee, Oklahoma: For one hundred and fifteen pupils, $37,950; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $8,000; in all, $45,950;

Eufaula, Oklahoma: For one hundred and twenty-five pupils, $41,250; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $7,000; for remodeling school building, $10,000; in all, $58,250;

Chemawa, Salem, Oregon: For seven hundred and fifty pupils, including native Indian pupils brought from Alaska, including not to exceed $1,000 for printing and issuing school paper and $5,000 to be available only for conducting extension work and short courses for adult Indians, $226,250; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $20,000; for gymnasium, including equipment, to be immediately available, $60,000; in all, $306,250: Provided, That except upon the individual order of the Secretary of the Interior no part of this appropriation shall be used for the support or education at said school of any native pupil brought- from Alaska after January 1, 1925;

Flandreau, South Dakota: For four hundred and twenty-five pupils, $129,625; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $15,000; for addition to girls’ dormitory, $10,000; for home economics building, including equipment, $15,000; in all, $169,625;

Pierre, South Dakota: For three hundred and twenty-five pupils, $99,125; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $15,000; for new school building, auditorium, and gymnasium, including equipment, $100,000; for purchase of land, $3,000 ; in all, $217,125: Provided, That the unexpended balance of the appropriation contained in the Interior Department Appropriation Act for the fiscal year 1930, for enlarging and remodeling buildings, shall remain available until June 30, 1931;

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Rapid City, South Dakota: For two hundred and fifty pupils, $76,250; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $15,000; in all, $91,250;

Hayward, Wisconsin: For one hundred and sixty pupils, $52,800; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $8,000; in all, $60,800;

Tomah, Wisconsin: For three hundred and fifty pupils, $106,750; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $16,000; for enlarging employees’ club building, $10,000; for enlarging boys’ dormitory, including lavatory annex, $25,000; in all, $157,750;

In all, for above-named boarding schools, not, to exceed $5,093,250: Provided, That not less than $6,000 of this amount shall be available only for purchase of library books: Provided further, That 10 per centum of the foregoing amounts for physical improvements shall be available interchangeably for expenditures in the various boarding schools named, but not more than 10 per centum shall be added to the amount appropriated for any one of said boarding schools or for any particular item within any boarding school. Any such interchanges shall be reported to Congress in the annual Budget.

The Secretary of the Interior is authorized to withdraw from the Treasury of the United States, in his discretion, the sum of $38,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, of the principal sum on deposit to the credit of the Chippewa Indians in the State of Minnesota arising under section 7 of the Act of January 14, 1889 (25 Stat., p. 645), and to expend the same for payment of tuition for Chippewa Indian children enrolled in the public schools of the State of Minnesota.

For support of a school or schools for the Chippewas of the Mississippi in Minnesota (article 3, treaty of March 19, 1867), $4,000.

For the education of Osage children, $12,800, to be paid from the funds held by the United States in trust for the Osage Tribe of Indians in Oklahoma: Provided, That the expenditure of said money shall include the renewal of the present contract with the Saint Louis Mission boarding school; except that there shall not be expended more than $240 for annual support and education of any one pupil.

For aid to the common schools in the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole Nations and the Quapaw Agency in Oklahoma, $350,000, to be expended in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, and under rules end regulations to be prescribed by him: Provided, That this appropriation shall not be subject to the limitation in section 1 of the Act of May 25, 1918 (U.S.C., title 25, sec. 297), limiting the expenditure of money to educate children of less than one-fourth Indian blood: Provided further, That not to exceed $1,800 of this appropriation may be expended in the printing and issuance of a paper devoted to Indian education, which paper shall be printed at an Indian school: And Provided, further, That of the above amount not to exceed the sum of $10,000 may be expended under rules and regulations of the Secretary of the Interior, in part payment of truancy officers in any county or two or more contiguous counties where there are five hundred or more Indian children eligible to attend school, and the additional sum of not to exceed the sum of $10,000 may be expended in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior for the payment of salaries of teachers in special Indian day schools in full-blood Indian communities where there are not adequate white day schools available for their attendance.

For support and maintenance of day and industrial schools among the Sioux Indians, including the erection and repairs of school buildings,

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in accordance with the Provisions of article 5 of the agreement made and entered into September 26, 1876, and ratified February 28, 1877 (19 Stat., p. 254), $375,500.

For aid of the public schools in Uintah and Duchesne County school districts, Utah, $6,000, to be paid from the tribal funds of the Confederated Bands of Ute Indians and to be expended under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior: Provided, That Indian children shall at all times be admitted to such schools on an entire equality with white children.

CONSERVATION OF HEALTH

For conservation of health among Indians (except at boarding schools supported from specific appropriations, other than those named herein), including equipment, materials, and supplies; repairs and improvements to buildings and plants; compensation and traveling expenses of officers and employees and renting of quarters for them when necessary; transportation of patients and attendants to and from hospitals and sanatoria; returning to their former homes and interring the remains of deceased patients; and not exceeding $1,000 for circulars and pamphlets for use in preventing and suppressing trachoma and other contagious and infectious diseases, $3,073,000, and in addition thereto the appropriation of $65,000 for the construction of the Oraibi Sanatorium, Arizona, contained in the Interior Department Appropriatoin Act for the fiscal year 1930, is reappropriated and made available including not to exceed the sum of $2,008,000 for the following-named hospitals and sanatoria:

Arizona: Indian Oasis Hospital, $21,500; Kayenta Tuberculosis Sanatorium, $40,000; Fort Defiance Sanatorium, $80,000; Phoenix Sanatorium, $68,000; for boys’ building, $25,000; for nurses’ home, $10,000; in all, $103,000; Pima Hospital, $21,000; Truxton Canyon Hospital, $8,000; Western Navajo Hospital, $32,000; Chin Lee Hospital, $9,000; Fort Apache Hospital, $25,000; Havasupai Hospital, $5,000; Hopi Hospital, $35,000; Leupp Hospital, $26,000; San Carlos Hospital, $18,000; Southern Navajo General Hospital, $28,000; Tohatchi Hospital, $9,000; Colorado River Hospital, $21,500; Phoenix Boarding School Hospital, for care of reservation patients, $13,000;

California: Hoopa Valley Hospital, $18,000; Soboba Hospital, $18,000; Fort Bidwell Hospital, $13,000; Fort Yuma Hospital, $11,000;

Idaho: Fort Lapwai Sanatorium, $83,000; Fort Hall Hospital, $10,500;

Iowa: Sac and Fox Sanatorium, $66,000;

Mississippi: Choctaw Hospital, $16,000; for tuberculosis annex, $20,000; in all, $36,000;

Montana: Blackfeet Hospital, $24,000; for construction and equipment of nurses’ quarters, $8,000; in all, $32,000; Fort Peck Hospital, $22,000; Crow Agency Hospital, $24,000; Fort Belknap Hospital, $21,500; Tongue River Hospital, $21,500;

Nebraska: Winnebago Hospital, $29,000;

Nevada: Carson Hospital, $19,000; Pyramid Lake Sanatorium, $32,000; for construction and equipment of employees’ quarters, $10,000; in all, $42,000;

New Mexico: Jicarilla Hospital, $14,000; Jicarilla Sanatorium, $41,000; Laguna Sanatorium, $30,000; Mescalero Hospital, $18,000; Eastern Navajo Hospital, $14,000; Northern Navajo Hospital, $26,000; for construction and equipment of employees’ quarters, $12,000 ; in all, $38,000; Taos Hospital, $9,000; Zuni Sanatorium, $55,000; Albuquerque Boarding School Hospital, for care of reservation

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patients, $30,000; Charles H. Burke Boarding School Hospital, for care of reservation patients, $8,000; Santa Fe Boarding School Hospital, for care of reservation patients, $23,000;

North Carolina: Cherokee Boarding School Hospital, for care of reservation patients, $8,000;

North Dakota: Turtle Mountain Hospital, $35,000; Fort Berthold Hospital, $21,500; Fort Totten Hospital, $26,000; for construction and equipment of employees’ quarters, $12,000; in all, $38,000;

Oklahoma: Cheyenne and Arapahoe Hospital, $33,000; for construction and equipment of employees’ quarters, $12,000; in all, $45,000; Choctaw and Chickasaw Hospital, $50,000; Shawnee Sanatorium, $68,000; for infirmary and equipment, $75,000; for central heating plant, $15,000; for employees’ quarters, including equipment, $12,000; for warehouse, $8,000; in all, $178,000; Claremore Hospital, $30,000; Seger Hospital, $7,000; Pawnee and Ponca Hospital, $26,000;

South Dakota: Crow Creek Hospital, $18,000; Pine Ridge Hospital, $35,000; for construction and equipment of employees’ quarters, $10 000; in all, $45,000; Rosebud Hospital, $26,000; for construction and equipment of employees’ quarters, $16,000; in all, $42,000.

Washington: Yakima Sanatorium, $43,000; Tacoma Hospital, $150,000; Tulalip Hospital, $8,000;

Wisconsin: Hayward Hospital, $22,000;

Provided, That 10 per centum of the foregoing amounts shall be available interchangeably for expenditures in the various hospitals named, but not more than 10 per centum shall be added to the amount appropriated for any one of said hospitals or for any particular item within any hospital, and any interchange of appropriations hereunder shall be reported to Congress in the annual Budget;

Provided further, That this appropriation shall be available for construction of hospitals and sanatoria, including equipment as follows: San Xavier Sanatorium, and employees’ quarters, Arizona, $70,000; Pipestone Hospital, and employees’ quarters, Minnesota, $60,000; Omaha and Winnebago Hospital, and employees’ quarters, Nebraska, $80,000; Walker River Hospital, Nevada, $40,000; Seger Hospital, and employees’ quarters, Oklahoma, $57,000; Tomah Hospital, and employees’ quarters, Wisconsin, $65,000; in all, $372,000.

For support of hospitals maintained for the benefit of the Chippewa Indians in the State of Minnesota, $100,000, payable from the principal sum on deposit to the credit of said Indians arising under section 7 of the Act of January 14, 1889 (25 Stat., p. 645): Provided, That $10,000 of the appropriation of $50,000 contained in the Interior Department Appropriation Act for the fiscal year 1930 for the construction and equipment of a sanatorium building at Onigum, Minnesota, is hereby made available for the purchase of equipment, employment of additional personnel, and general repairs and improvements to buildings at Onigum Sanatorium.

There shall be available for health work among the several tribes of Indians not exceeding $275,000 of the tribal trust funds authorized elsewhere in this Act for support of Indians and administration of Indian property: Provided, That not more than $7,500 of such amount may be expended for new construction in connection with health activities at any one place.

For the equipment and maintenance of the asylum for insane Indians at Canton, South Dakota, for incidental and all other expenses necessary for its proper conduct and management, including pay of employees, repairs, improvements, and for necessary expense, of transporting insane Indians to and from said asylum, $50,000.

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GENERAL SUPPORT AND ADMINISTRATION

For general support of Indians and administration of Indian property, including pay of employees, $1,070,000: Provided, That a report shall be made to Congress on the first Monday of December 1931 by the Superintendent of the Five Civilized Tribes through the Secretary of the Interior showing in detail the expenditure of all moneys from this appropriation on behalf of the said Five Civilized Tribes.

Fulfilling treaties with Indians: For the purpose of discharging obligations of the United States under treaties and agreements with various tribes and bands of Indians as follows:

Coeur d’ Alenes, Idaho (article 11, agreement of March 3, 1891), $3,900;

Bannocks, Idaho (article 10, treaty of July 3, 1868), $7,580;

Crows, Montana (articles 8 and 10, treaty of May 7, 1868), $7,480;

Northern Cheyennes and Arapahoes, Montana (article 7, treaty of May 10, 1868, and agreement of February 28, 1877), $75,000;

Pawnees, Oklahoma (articles 3 and 4, treaty of September 24, 1857, and article 3, agreement of November 23, 1892), $51,000;

Quapaws, Oklahoma (article 3, treaty of May 13, 1833), $2,280;

Sioux of different tribes, including Santee Sioux of Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota (articles 8 and 13, treaty of April 29, 1868, 15 Stat., p. 635, and Act of February 28, 1877, 19 Stat., p. 254), $440,000;

Confederated Bands of Utes (articles 9, 12, and 15, treaty of March 2, 1868), $57,000;

Spokanes, Washington (article 6, agreement of March 18, 1887), $1,320;

Shoshones, Wyoming (articles 8 and 10, treaty of July 3, 1868), $8,000;

In all, for treaty stipulations, not to exceed $653,560.

For expenses incident to the administration of the restricted or trust property of Indians under the Quapaw Indian Agency, $18,000, reimbursable to the United States, as Provided in the Act of February 14,1920 (U.S.C., title 25, sec. 413).

For purchase of a village site for the Kootenai Indians, near Bonners Ferry, Idaho, and the construction of homes, tanning house, sewer and water systems, and the purchase of furniture, furnishings, and other supplies and equipment for said Indians, $27,000, to be immediately available.

For general support of Indians and administration of Indian property under the jurisdiction of the following agencies, to be paid from the funds held by the United States in trust for the respective tribes, in not to exceed the following sums, respectively:

Arizona: Colorado River, $2,500; Fort Apache, $135,000, of which $5,000 may be used for construction, repairs, and improvements at the agency plant; Paiute, $7,200; Pima, $3,000; Salt River, $1,000; San Carlos, $82,000; Truxton Canyon, $36,000; in all, $266,700;

California: Fort Yuma, $3,000; Mission, $500; Round Valley, $5,000; Tule River, $200; in all, $8,700;

Colorado: Consolidated Ute (Southern Ute, $5,000; Ute Mountain, $15,000); in all, $20,000;

Idaho: Fort Hall, $27,000; Fort Lapwai, $16,000; in all, $43,000;

Iowa: Sac and Fox, $600: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be available for the payment of taxes on any lands held in trust by the United States for the benefit of said Indians;

Kansas: Pottawatomie, $2,900;

Michigan: Mackinac, $200;

Minnesota: Consolidated Chippewa, $1,500; Red Lake, $69,500, including

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not to exceed $7,500 for an office building, payable out of trust funds of Red Lake Indians; in all, $71,000;

Montana: Blackfeet, $5,000; Crow, $5,000, which shall be available only for payment of expenses of members and delegates of the Crow tribal council as authorized by the Act of March 2, 1929 (45 Stat., 9. 1496); Flathead, $42,000; Fort Peck, $15,000; Tongue River, 15,000; Rocky Boy, $3,000; in all, $85,000;

Nebraska: Omaha, $1,000;

Nevada: Carson (Pyramid Lake), $5,000; Walker River, $400; Western Shoshone, $15,000; in all, $20,400;

New Mexico: Jicarilla, $60,000; Mescalero, $55,000; Navajo, $50,000, to be apportioned among the several Navajo jurisdictions in Arizona and New Mexico; Southern Pueblos (San Felipe), $172.82; in all, $165,172.82;

North Dakota: Fort Berthold, $1,000; Fort Totten (Devils Lake), $3,265.64; in all, $4,265.64;

Oklahoma: Pawnee (Otoe, $1,200; Ponca, $2,600), $3,800; Sac and Fox, $3,000; Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache, $60,000; Cheyennes and Arapahoes, $2,500; in all, $69,300;

Oregon: Klamath, $148,000; Umatilla, $9,000; War Springs, $15,000; in all, $172,000.

South Dakota: Cheyenne River, $92,000; Pine Ridge, $7,000; Lower Brule, $2,000; in all, $101,000;

Utah: Uintah and Ouray, $15,200: Provided, That not to exceed $500 of this amount may be used to pay part. of the expenses of the State Experimental Farm, located near Fort Duchesne, Utah, within the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation;

Washington: Colville, $33,400; Neah Bay, $5,500; Puyallup, $4,000, of which $1,000 shall be available for the upkeep of the Puyallup Indian cemetery; Spokane, $19,000; Taholah (Quinaielt), $20,000, of which $10,000 shall be available only for construction of a water-supply system for the Quinaielt Indians and purchase and installation of an electric light plant at Taholah; Yakima, $38,000; in all, $119,900;

Wisconsin: Lac du Flambeau, $1,200; Keshena, $57,000, including not to exceed $7,000 for two employees’ cottages and $5,000 for monthly allowances, under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe, to such old and indigent members of the Menominee Tribe as it is impracticable to place in the home for old and indigent Menominee Indians, and who reside with relatives or friends; in all, $58,200;

Wyoming: Shoshone, $73,000;

In all, not to exceed $1,297,538,46.

For general support, administration of property, and promotion of self-support among the Chippewa Indians in the State of Minnesota, $90,000, to be paid from the principal sum on deposit to the credit of said Indians, arising under section 7 of the Act entitled “An Act for the relief and civilization of the Chippewa Indians in the State of Minnesota,” approved January 14, 1889 (25 Stat., p. 645), to be used exclusively for the purposes following: Not exceeding $50,000 of this amount may be expended for general agency purposes; not exceeding $40,000 may be expended in aiding indigent Chippewa Indians upon the condition that any funds used in support of a member of the tribe shall be reimbursed out of and become a lien against any individual property of which such member may now or hereafter become seized or possessed, the two preceding requirements not to apply to any old, infirm, or indigent Indian, in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior: Provided, That not to exceed $10,000 of the principal funds on deposit to the credit of the Chippewa Indians of Minnesota shall be immediately available for the

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purpose of aiding indigent Chippewa Indians upon the conditions herein named.

For the expenses of per capita payments to the enrolled members of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Tribes of Indians, $5,000, to be paid from the funds held by the United States in trust for said Indians.

For the current fiscal year, money may be expended from the tribal funds of the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Tribes for equalization of allotments, per capita, and other payments authorized by law to individual members of the respective tribes, salaries and contingent expenses of the governor of the Chickasaw Nation and chief of the Choctaw Nation and one mining trustee for the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations at salaries at the rate heretofore paid for the said governor and said chief and $4,000 for the said mining trustee and $1,000 for his expenses, and the chief of the Creek Nation at a salary not to exceed $600 per annum, and one attorney each for the Choctaw and Chickasaw Tribes employed under contract approved by the President under existing law: Provided, That the expenses of any of the above-named officials, except the mining trustee, shall not exceed $2,500 per annum each for chiefs and governor except in the case of tribal attorneys, whose expenses shall be determined and limited by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, not to exceed $2,500 each.

For the support of the Osage Agency, including repairs to buildings, pay of tribal officers, the tribal attorney and his stenographer, one special attorney in tax and other matters, and employees of said agency, $190,000, to be paid from the funds held by the United States in trust for the Osage Tribe of Indians in Oklahoma.

For necessary expenses in connection with oil and gas production on the Osage Reservation, including salaries of employees, rent of quarters for employees, traveling expenses, printing, telegraphing, and telephoning, and purchase, repair, and operation of automobiles, $74,000, to be paid from the funds held by the United States in trust for the Osage Tribe of Indians in Oklahoma.

For expenses incurred in connection with visits to Washington, District of Columbia, by the Osage Tribal Council and other members of said tribe, when duly authorized or approved by the Secretary of the Interior, $10,000, to be paid from the funds held by the United States in trust for the Osage Tribe.

The sum of $108,000 is hereby appropriated out of the principal funds to the credit of the Confederated Bands of Ute Indians, the sum of $48,000 of said amount for the benefit of the Ute Mountain (formerly Navajo Springs) Band of said Indians in Colorado, and the sum of $45,000 of said amount for the Uintah, White River, and Uncompahgre Bands of Ute Indians in Utah, and the sum of $15,000 of said amount for the Southern Ute Indians in Colorado, which sums shall be charged to said bands, and the Secretary of the Interior is also authorized to withdraw from the Treasury the accrued interest to and including June 30, 1930, on the funds of the said Confederated Bands of Ute Indians appropriated under the Act of March 4, 1913 (37 Stat., p. 934), and to expend or distribute the same for the purpose of administering the property of and promoting self-support among the said Indians, under such regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe: Provided, That none of the funds in this paragraph shall be expended on road construction unless, wherever practicable, preference shall be given to Indians in the employment of labor on all roads constructed from the sums herein appropriated from the funds of the Confederated Bands of Utes.

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ROADS AND BRIDGES

For the construction and repair of roads and bridges on the Red Lake Indian Reservation, including the purchase of material, equipment, and supplies, and the employment of labor, $25,000, to be paid from the funds held by the United States in trust for the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians in the State of Minnesota: Provided, That Indian labor shall be employed as far as practicable.

For permanent approaches to the Canyon Diablo and Little Colorado River bridges at the Leupp Agency on the Navajo Reservation, Arizona, and dikes to protect the school plant from overflow, $15,000.

For one-half the cost of a bridge and approaches thereto across the San Jacinto River near the Soboba Indian Reservation, California, as authorized by, and in accordance with, the Act of February 19, 1929 (45 Stat., p. 1229), $11,000

For one-half the cost of a bridge and approaches thereto, across the Moreau River at or near the White Horse subagency on the Cheyenne River Reservation, South Dakota, as authorized by, and in accordance with, the Act of March 2, 1929 (45 Stat., p. 1487), $9,000, payable from funds to the credit of the Cheyenne River Indians.

For one-half the cost of a bridge and approaches thereto across Cherry Creek, Cheyenne River Reservation, South Dakota, as authorized by, and in accordance with, the Act of March 2, 1929 45 Stat., p. 1488), $9,000, payable from funds to the credit of the Cheyenne River Indians.

For the construction, repair, and maintenance of roads on Indian reservations not eligible to Government aid under the Federal Highway Act, including engineering and supervision and the purchase of material, equipment, supplies, and the employment of Indian labor, $250,000: Provided, That where practicable the Secretary of the Interior shall arrange with the local authorities to defray the maintenance expenses of roads constructed hereunder and to cooperate in such construction.

For maintenance and repair of that portion of the Gallup-Shiprock Highway within the Navajo Reservation, New Mexico, $20,000, reimbursable as Provided in the Act of June 7, 1924.

ANNUITIES AND PER CAPITA PAYMENTS

For fulfilling treaties with Senecas of New York: For permanent annuity in lieu of interest on stock (Act of February 19, 1831, 4 Stat., p. 442), $6,000.

For fulfilling treaties with Six Nations of New York: For permanent annuity, in clothing and other useful articles (article 6, treaty of November 11, 1794), $4,500.

For fulfilling treaties with Choctaws, Oklahoma: For permanent annuity (article 2, treaty of November 16, 1805, and article 13, treaty of June 22, 1855), $3,000; for permanent annuity for support of light horsemen (article 13, treaty of October 18, 1820, and article 13, treaty of June 22, 1855), $600; for permanent annuity for support of blacksmith (article 6, treaty of October 18, 1820, and article 9, treaty of January 20, 1825, and article 13, treaty of June 22, 1855), $600; for permanent annuity for education (article 2, treaty of January 20,1825, and article 13, treaty of June 22, 1855), $6,000; for permanent annuity for iron and steel (article 9, treaty of January 20, 1825, and article 13, treaty of June 22, 1855), $320; in all, $10,520.

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To carry out the Provisions of the Chippewa treaty of September 30, 1854 (10 Stat., p. 1109), $10,000, in part settlement of the amount, $141,000, found due and heretofore approved for the Saint Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin, whose names appear on the final roll prepared by the Secretary of the Interior pursuant to Act of August 1, 1914 (38 Stat., pp. 582-605), and contained in House Document Numbered 1663, said sum of $10,000 to be expended in the purchase of land or for the benefit of said Indians by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs: Provided, That, in the discretion of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, the per capita share of any of said Indians under this appropriation may be paid in cash.

When, in the judgment of the Secretary of the Interior, it is necessary for accomplishment of the purposes of appropriations herein made for the Indian field service, such appropriations shall be available for purchase of ice, rubber boots for use of employees, and for travel expenses of employees on official business.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

SALARIES

For the enforcement of the Provisions of the Acts of October 20, 1914 (U.S.C., title 48, sec. 435), October 2, 1917 (U.S.C., title 30, sec. 141), February 25, 1920 (U.S.C., title 30, sec. 181), and March 4, 1921 (U.S.C., title 48, sec. 444), and other Acts relating to the ruining and recovery of minerals on Indian and public lands and naval petroleum reserves; and for every other expense incident thereto, including supplies, equipment, expenses of travel and subsistence, the construction, maintenance, and repair of necessary camp buildings and appurtenances thereto, $250,000, of which amount not to exceed $35,000 may be expended for personal services in the District of Columbia;

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

Glacier National Park, Montana: For administration, protection, and maintenance, including necessary repairs to the roads from Glacier Park Station through the Blackfeet Indian Reservation to various points in the boundary line of the Glacier National Park and the international boundary, including not exceeding $1,300 for the purchase, maintenance, operation, and repair of motor-driven passenger-carrying vehicles for the use of the superintendent and employees in connection with general park work, $193,300; for construction of physical improvements, $33,700, including not exceeding $21,300 for the construction of buildings, of which not exceeding $5,500 shall be available for a residence for the assistant superintendent, $5,000 for three combination shower baths and laundries in public camp grounds, $4,900 for the completion of the warehouse at headquarters; in all, $227,000.

Construction, and so forth, of roads and trails: For the construction, reconstruction, and improvement of roads and trails, inclusive of necessary bridges, in national parks and monuments under the

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jurisdiction of the Department of the Interior, including the roads from Glacier Park Station through the Blackfeet Indian Reservation to various points in the boundary line of the Glacier National Park and the international boundary, and the Grand Canyon Highway from the National Old Trails Highway to the south boundary of the Grand Canyon National Park as authorized by the Act approved June 5, 1924 (43 Stat., p. 423), and including that part of the Wawona Road in the Sierra National Forest between the Yosemite National Park boundary two miles north of Wawona and the park boundary near the Mariposa Grove of Big Trees, and that part of the Yakima Park Highway between the Mount Rainier National Park boundary and connecting with the Cayuse Pass State Highway, to be immediately available and remain available until expended, $5,000,000, which includes $2,500,000 the amount of the contractual authorization contained in the Act making appropriations for the Department of the Interior for the fiscal year 1930, approved March 4, 1929 (45 Stat., p. 1601): Provided, That not to exceed $20,000 of the amount herein appropriated may be expended for personal services in the District of Columbia during the fiscal year 1931: Provided further, That in addition to the amount herein appropriated the Secretary of the Interior may also approve projects, incur obligations, and enter into contracts for additional work not exceeding a total of $2,500,000 and his action in so doing shall be deemed a contractual obligation of the Federal Government for the payment of the cost thereof, and appropriations hereafter made for the construction of roads in national parks and monuments shall be considered available for the purpose of discharging the obligation so created.

OFFICE OF EDUCATION

WORK IN ALASKA

Education in Alaska: To enable the Secretary of the Interior, in his discretion and under his direction, to Provide for the education and support of the Eskimos, Aleuts, Indians, and other natives of Alaska, including necessary traveling expenses of pupils to and from industrial boarding schools in Alaska; erection, purchase, repair, and rental of school buildings; textbooks and industrial apparatus; pay and necessary traveling expenses of superintendents, teachers physicians, and other employees; repair, equipment, maintenance, and operation of the United States ship Boxer and all other necessary miscellaneous expenses which are not included under the above special heads, including $328,890 for salaries in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, $20,000 for traveling expenses, $180,500 for equipment, supplies, fuel, and light, $30,000 for repairs of buildings, $104,200 for purchase or erection of buildings, $75,000 for freight, including operation of United States ship Boxer, $9,500 for equipment and repairs to United States ship Boxer, $3,000 for rentals, and $1,600 for telephone and telegraph; total, $752,690, to be immediately available: Provided, That not to exceed 10 per centum of the amounts appropriated for the various items in this paragraph shall be available interchangeably for expenditures on the objects included in this paragraph, but no more than 10 per centum shall be added to any one item of appropriation except in-uses of extraordinary emergency and then only upon the written order of the Secretary of the Interior: Provided further, That of said sum not exceeding $8,000 may be expended for personal services in the

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District of Columbia: Provided further, That all expenditures of money appropriated herein for school purposes in Alaska for schools other than those for the education of white children under the jurisdiction of the governor thereof shall be under the supervision and direction of the Commissioner of Education and in conformity with such conditions, rules, and regulations as to conduct and methods of instruction and expenditures of money as may from time to time be recommended by him and approved by the Secretary of the Interior: Provided further, That the Secretary of the Interior is authorized to enter into contracts with duly established school boards which maintain schools in certain cities and towns to educate the children of nontax-paying natives including those of mixed native and white blood; to lease school buildings owned by the United States Government to such contracting school boards; and to pay such school boards for service rendered an amount which shall not be in excess of the cost of operating a school for natives under present appropriations in such town.

For the construction at Shoemaker Bay, Alaska, of the necessary buildings and physical improvements for the establishment of an industrial boarding school for natives of Alaska, $71,000; and the Secretary of the Interior is authorized to enter into contract or contracts for such construction at a cost not to exceed $171,000.

Medical relief in Alaska: To enable the Secretary of the Interior, in his discretion and under his direction, with the advice and cooperation of the Public Health Service, to Provide for the medical and sanitary relief of the Eskimos, Aleuts, Indians, and other natives of Alaska; erection, purchase, repair, rental, and equipment of hospital buildings; books and surgical apparatus; pay and necessary traveling expenses of physicians, nurses, and other employees, and all other necessary miscellaneous expenses which are not included under the above special heads, $268,761, to be available immediately.

The appropriations for education of natives of Alaska and medical relief in Alaska shall be available for the payment of traveling expenses of new appointees from Seattle, Washington, to their posts of duty in Alaska, and of traveling expenses, packing, crating, and transportation (including drayage) of personal effects of employees upon permanent change of station within Alaska, under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior.

SEC. 2.

Appropriations herein made for field work under the General Land Office, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Bureau of Reclamation, the Geological Survey, and the National Park Service shall be available for the hire, with or without personal services, of work animals and animal-drawn and motor-propelled vehicles and equipment

Approved, May 14, 1930.


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