INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

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Chapter 119
May 10, 1939 [H. R. 4852] | [Public, No. 68] 53 Stat. 685

AN ACT
Making appropriations for the Department of the Interior for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1940, and for other purposes.

Margin Notes
Chap. 119 Interior Department Appropriation Act, 1940.
Chap. 119 693
Chap. 119 Salaries.
Chap. 119 Traveling, etc., expenses.
Chap. 119 Supplies; purchase, transportation, etc.
Chap. 119 Proviso. Restriction on payments.
Chap. 119 Maintenance of law and order on Indian reservations.
Chap. 119 Agency, etc., buildings. Lease, purchase, etc.
Chap. 119 Provisos. Construction limitations.
Chap. 119 Tomah, Wis., Indian school, restriction.
Chap. 119 Tribal organizations, expenses.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 986; 49 Stat. 378, 1250, 1967. 25 U. S. C. § 469; Supp. IV, § § 478a, 478b; 48 U. S. C., Supp. IV, § § 358a, 362; 25 U. S. C., Supp. IV, § § 501-509.
Services in the District. Provisos. Traveling allowances.
Chap. 119 694
Chap. 119 Expenditure in New Mexico.
Chap. 119 Vehicles, Indian Service, maintenance.
Chap. 119 Replacement of destroyed, etc., property.
Chap. 119 Proviso. Report of diversions to Congress.
Chap. 119 Attendance at meetings.
Chap. 119 William C. Willahan, payment to.
Chap. 119 52 Stat. 1395.
Chap. 119 Pueblo Indians, N. Mex. Purchase of land and water rights, etc., from tribal funds.
52 Stat. 299.
Chap. 119 Navajo Indians, Ariz. Purchase of land, reimbursable. Reappropriation.
48 Stat. 1033.
Chap. 119 48 Stat.960.
Chap. 119 Purchase of land, from tribal funds.
Chap. 119 52 Stat. 300.
Chap. 119 695
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 960.
Chap. 119 Lease of lands and water rights.
Chap. 119 Acquisition of lands.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 984.
Chap. 119 Balance reappropriated.
52 Stat. 300.
Chap. 119 Provisos. Contracts.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 984.
Chap. 119 Restriction on use of funds.
Chap. 119 Restricted lands, balance for payment of taxes, etc., continued available.
50 Stat. 573.
Chap. 119 49 Stat. 1542.
25 U. S. C., Supp. IV, § 412a.
Chap. 119 Confederated Bands of Utes, Utah. Purchase of additional lands, etc.
52 Stat. 300.
Chap. 119 Cheyenne River Reservation, S. Dak. Purchase of land, etc.
52 Stat. 300.
Chap. 119 Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho. Purchase of land, etc.
52 Stat. 1130.
Chap. 119 696
Chap. 119 Southern Ute Indians, Colo. Purchase of land for.
52 Stat. 1130.
Chap. 119 Ute Mountain Indians, Colo. Purchase of land for.
52 Stat. 1130.
Chap. 119 Yakima Reservation, Wash., boundary survey.
Chap. 119 Improvement of land records.
Chap. 119 Loyal Shawnee Indians, Okla., payment to.
46 Stat. 105.
Chap. 119 15 Stat. 516.
Chap. 119 45 Stat. 1550.
Chap. 119 Timber preservation, etc.
Chap. 119 Proviso. Restriction on use of funds.
Chap. 119 Timber sales, etc., expenses; reimbursable.
Chap. 119 41 Stat. 415.
25 U. S. C. § 413.
Proviso. Rewards for information.
Chap. 119 697
Chap. 119 Suppression, etc., of forest fires.
Chap. 119 Provisos. Additional amount available.
Chap. 119 Report of diversions to Congress.
Chap. 119 Geological Survey. Transfer of sums to, for supervising mining operations.
Chap. 119 26 Stat. 794; 35 Stat. 312, 783.
25 U. S. C. § § 336, 371, 396, 397.
Vehicles.
Chap. 119 Services in the District. Reimbursement.
41 Stat. 415.
25 U. S. C. § 413.
Chap. 119 Obtaining employment for Indians.
Chap. 119 Development of agriculture and stock raising. Agricultural experiments and demonstrations.
Chap. 119 Navajo sheep-breeding station.
Chap. 119 Loans to encourage industry, etc.
Chap. 119 Provisos. Limitation; exception.
Chap. 119 Advances to Indian youths for educational purposes.
Chap. 119 Reimbursement.
Chap. 119 Industrial assistance. Construction of homes, purchase of seed, equipment, etc. Advances to old, etc., Indians.
Chap. 119 698
Chap. 119 52 Stat. 302, 1130.
Chap. 119 Provisos. Advances to Indian youths for educational courses; reimbursement.
Chap. 119 Credits and availability.
Chap. 119 Establishment, etc., of tribal enterprises.
Chap. 119 Loans from revolving fund.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 986.
25 U. S. C. § 470.
Regulation of benefits to Menominee Tribe, Wis.
Chap. 119 Menominee 5 per centum log fund not to be used. Revolving loan fund, additional amount.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 986.
Chap. 119 Loans to individual Indians, etc.
Chap. 119 49 Stat. 1967.
25 U. S. C., Supp. IV, § 501.
Services in the District.
Chap. 119 Proviso. Individuals of less than one-quarter degree of Indian blood.
Chap. 119 Indian arts and crafts, development.
Chap. 119 49 Stat. 891.
25 U. S. C., Supp. IV, § 305.
Chap. 119 Vehicles.
Chap. 119 Printing and binding.
Chap. 119 699
Chap. 119 Provisos. Salary limitation.
Chap. 119 Indian Arts and Crafts Board, expenses.
49 Stat. 891.
25 U. S. C., Supp. IV, § 305.
Chap. 119 Suppressing contagious diseases among livestock of Indians.
50 Stat. 221.
Chap. 119 Development and conservation in Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah.
Chap. 119 Construction, maintenance, etc., of designated projects.
Post, p. 1314.
Chap. 119 Miscellaneous projects. Limitation.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Chap. 119 700
Administrative expenses.
Chap. 119 Total; reimbursable. Provisos. Amounts interchangeable; limitation.
Chap. 119 Apportionment of expenses on per-acre basis.
Chap. 119 Unpaid charges a first lien.
Chap. 119 San Carlos project, Ariz. Maintenance, etc.
Chap. 119 Emergencies.
Chap. 119 Limitation.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Chap. 119 Pima Indians, Ariz. Subjugation and cropping operations on lands of.
Chap. 119 Irrigation operation, etc., charges.
Chap. 119 Colorado River Reservation, Ariz. Maintenance, etc., of system.
36 Stat. 273.
Reimbursable.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Chap. 119 San Carlos Reservation, Ariz. Operation, etc., of pumping plants.
Chap. 119 Proviso. Reimbursement.
Chap. 119 Yuma Reservation, Calif.-Ariz. Reclamation, etc., charges.
Chap. 119 Fort Hall system, Idaho. Maintenance, etc. Limitation.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Chap. 119 Fort Belknap Reservation, Mont. Maintenance, etc., of systems. Limitation.
701
48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Chap. 119 Fort Peck project, Mont. Maintenance, etc.
Chap. 119 Limitation.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Chap. 119 Blackfeet Reservation, Mont. Maintenance, etc., of systems. Limitation.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Chap. 119 Flathead Reservation, Mont. Maintenance, etc.
Chap. 119 Limitation.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227. 31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Chap. 119 Crow Reservation, Mont. Maintenance, etc.
Chap. 119 Reimbursable. Limitation.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Chap. 119 Newlands project, Nev. Payment of charges against Paiute lands.
Chap. 119 Drains to Truckee-Carson district.
Chap. 119 Navajo Reservation, N. Mex. Operation of Hogback project.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Fruitlands project, N. Mex. Maintenance, etc. Limitation.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Chap. 119 Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District, N. Mex. Maintenance, etc.
Chap. 119 Final payment to.
Chap. 119 45 Stat. 312; 52 Stat. 778.
Reimbursement.
Chap. 119 Unexpended balance reappropriated.
Chap. 119 702
49 Stat. 188.
Chap. 119 Klamath Reservation, Oreg. Operation of projects on; reimbursable.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Chap. 119 Uncompahgre, etc., Utes in Utah. Irrigation of allotted lands.
Chap. 119 34 Stat. 375.
Reimbursable.
Chap. 119 Yakima Reservation, Wash. Wapato system, maintenance, etc.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Reimbursement to reclamation fund for reservoir maintenance, etc.
Chap. 119 38 Stat. 604.
Chap. 119 Wind River Reservation, Wyo. Maintenance, etc.
Chap. 119 Riverton-Le Clair district. Big Bend district.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 1227.
31 U. S. C. § 725c.
Chap. 119 Construction, repair, etc., of designated projects.
Chap. 119 Arizona.
Chap. 119 49 Stat. 1039.
Chap. 119 California.
Chap. 119 Colorado.
Chap. 119 Montana. Crow Reservation, dam.
Chap. 119 703
Chap. 119 Nevada.
Chap. 119 New Mexico.
Chap. 119 Utah.
Chap. 119 Washington.
Chap. 119 Wyoming.
Chap. 119 Miscellaneous garden tracts. Surveys, investigations, etc. Printing and binding.
Chap. 119 Availability.
Chap. 119 52 Stat. 307.
Proviso. Amounts interchangeable.
Chap. 119 Support of Indian schools, etc.
Chap. 119 Provisos. Deaf and dumb or blind, etc.
Chap. 119 Subsistence, boarding schools.
Chap. 119 Vocational, etc., courses, tuition.
Chap. 119 Formal contracts not required.
R. S. § 3744.
41 U. S. C. § 16.
Chap. 119 Printing and binding, limitation.
Chap. 119 Travel outside continental United States, limitation.
Chap. 119 Support of schools from tribal funds.
Chap. 119 704
Chap. 119 44 Stat. 560.
25 U. S. C. § 155.
Chippewas in Minnesota.
Chap. 119 25 Stat. 645.
Proviso. Formal contracts not required.
R. S. § 3744.
41 U.S.C.§ 16.
Chap. 119 Saint Louis Mission Boarding School, Okla. Osage pupils.
Chap. 119 Vocational and trade schools, educational loans; reimbursable.
Chap. 119 48 Stat. 986.
25 U. S. C. § 471.
Provisos. Liberal-arts courses. Advances, reimbursable.
Chap. 119 School buildings. Lease, improvement, etc.
Chap. 119 Proviso. Construction, etc., under Works Progress Administration or National Youth Administration.
Chap. 119 Nonreservation boarding schools. Support, etc., of designated.
Chap. 119 Phoenix, Ariz.
Chap. 119 Sherman Institute, Riverside, Calif.
Chap. 119 705
Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kan,
Chap. 119 Pipestone, Minn.
Chap. 119 Carson City, Nev.
Chap. 119 Albuquerque, N. Mex.
Chap. 119 Santa Fe, N. Mex.
Chap. 119 Wahpeton, N. Dak.
Chap. 119 Chilocco, Okla.
Chap. 119 Sequoyah Orphan Training School, Okla.
Chap. 119 Carter Seminary, Okla.
Chap. 119 Euchee, Okla.
Chap. 119 Eufaula, Okla.
Chap. 119 Jones Academy, Okla.
Chap. 119 Wheelock Academy, Okla.
Chap. 119 Chemawa, Oreg.
Chap. 119 Flandreau, S. Dak.
Chap. 119 Pierre, S. Dak.
Chap. 119 706
Chap. 119 Total, nonreservation boarding schools. Proviso. Sums interchangeable.
Chap. 119 Report to Congress.
Chap. 119 Public and special Indian day schools, Five Civilized Tribes, etc., tuition.
Chap. 119 Proviso. Employment of public-school teachers when facilities inadequate.
Chap. 119 Alaska natives. Support, education, relief of destitution, etc.
Chap. 119 Miscellaneous expenses.
Chap. 119 Proviso. Report to Congress.
Chap. 119 Designated expenses.
Chap. 119 Suppressing trachoma, etc.
Chap. 119 Allotments to specified hospitals.
Chap. 119 Arizona.
Chap. 119 707
Chap. 119 California.
Chap. 119 Colorado.
Chap. 119 Idaho.
Chap. 119 Iowa.
Chap. 119 Minnesota.
Chap. 119 Mississippi.
Chap. 119 Montana.
Chap. 119 Nebraska.
Chap. 119 Nevada.
Chap. 119 New Mexico.
Chap. 119 North Carolina.
Chap. 119 North Dakota.
Chap. 119 Oklahoma.
Chap. 119 Oregon.
Chap. 119 South Dakota.
Chap. 119 Utah.
Chap. 119 Washington.
Chap. 119 Wisconsin.
Chap. 119 Wyoming.
Chap. 119 Provisos. Sums interchangeable.
Chap. 119 Report to Congress.
Chap. 119 Hospitalization of pupils; basis of contribution.
Chap. 119 Fees for medical, etc., services.
Chap. 119 Medical relief in Alaska.
Chap. 119 708
Hospital buildings, etc.
Chap. 119 Availability.
Chap. 119 Reindeer service.
Chap. 119 General support and administration.
Chap. 119 Proviso. Fees for services.
Chap. 119 Support of Indians, etc., under specified agencies, from tribal funds.
Chap. 119 Arizona.
Chap. 119 California.
Post, p. 1315.
Colorado.
Post, p. 1315.
Chap. 119 Florida.
Chap. 119 Idaho.
Chap. 119 Iowa.
Chap. 119 Montana.
Chap. 119 Nevada.
Chap. 119 North Carolina.
Chap. 119 Oklahoma.
Chap. 119 Oregon.
Post, p. 1315.
Utah.
Chap. 119 Washington.
Chap. 119 Wisconsin.
Post, p. 1315.
Chap. 119 709
Chap. 119 Quinaielt Reservation, Wash., expenses of attorney.
Chap. 119 52 Stat. 1131.
Chap. 119 43 Stat.886.
Chap. 119 Chippewas in Minnesota, and in school attendance, etc.
Chap. 119 25 Stat. 645.
Chap. 119 Relief of needy Indians.
Chap. 119 Proviso. Expenditures.
R. S. § 3709.
41 U. S. C. § 5.
46 Stat.391.
18 U. S. C. § 744a.
Chap. 119 Attorneys.
Chap. 119 25 Stat. 645.
Availability.
Chap. 119 Five Civilized Tribes, Okla. Expenses of tribal officers, from tribal funds.
Chap. 119 Provisos. Limitation on expenses.
Chap. 119 Principal chief, salary for designated period.
Chap. 119 Osage Agency, Okla. Agency, etc., expenses.
Chap. 119 710
Chap. 119 Provisos. Employment of curator for Museum. Travel, etc.
Chap. 119 Rehabilitation of needy Choctaw Indians, Okla.
Chap. 119 52 Stat. 315.
Proviso. Title in trust.
Chap. 119 Tribal councils, traveling, etc., expenses.
Chap. 119 Supplies and equipment.
Chap. 119 Visits to Washington, D. C.
Chap. 119 Provisos. Limitation on expenditures. Expense allowance, limitation.
Chap. 119 Makah Reservation, Wash., attorney.
Chap. 119 Yakima Indians, attorneys.
Chap. 119 711
Chap. 119 Proviso. Deduction from any judgment received.
Chap. 119 Shoshone Indians, attorneys employed under contract.
Chap. 119 Gallup-Shiprock Highway, N. Mex., maintenance, etc.
Proviso. Indian labor.
Chap. 119 Reservation roads, construction, etc.
Chap. 119 45 Stat. 750; 49 Stat. 1521; 52 Stat. 633.
25 U. S. C. § 318a; Supp. IV, § 318b.
Provisos. Services in the District. Structures for housing materials, etc.
Chap. 119 Unexpended balance available.
52 Stat. 1133.
Chap. 119 School, agency, hospital, etc., buildings.
Chap. 119 Alaska.
Chap. 119 Carson, Nev.
Chap. 119 Cherokee, N. C.
Chap. 119 Cheyenne and Arapahoe, Okla.
Chap. 119 Cheyenne River, S. Dak.
Chap. 119 Chilocco, Okla.
Chap. 119 Consolidated Ute, Colo.
Chap. 119 Flandreau, S. Dak.
Chap. 119 Fort Berthold, N. Dak.
Chap. 119 Fort Peck, Mont.
Chap. 119 712
Great Lakes, Wis.
Chap. 119 Haskell Institute, Kans.
Chap. 119 Hoopa Valley, Calif.
Chap. 119 Jicarilla, N. Mex.
Chap. 119 Keshena, Wis.
Chap. 119 Kiowa, Okla.
Chap. 119 Navajo, Ariz.
Chap. 119 Pima, Ariz.
Chap. 119 Pine Ridge, S. Dak.
Chap. 119 Rocky Boy's, Mont.
Chap. 119 Rosebud, S. Dak.
Chap. 119 Sac and Fox, Iowa.
Chap. 119 Chemawa, Oreg.
Chap. 119 San Carlos, Ariz.
Chap. 119 San Xavier, Ariz.
Chap. 119 Sells, Ariz.
Chap. 119 Seminole, Fla.
Chap. 119 Shawnee Sanatorium, Okla.
Chap. 119 Sherman Institute, Calif.
Chap. 119 Standing Rock, N. Dak.
Chap. 119 United Pueblos. N. Mex.
Chap. 119 Warm Springs, Oreg.
Chap. 119 Winnebago, Nebr.
Chap. 119 Administrative expenses.
Chap. 119 Provisos. Transfers of amounts; limitation.
Chap. 119 Unexpended balances continued available.
50 Stat. 590; 52 Stat. 1130.
Chap. 119 713
Chap. 119 Senecas, N. Y.
4 Stat. 442.
Chap. 119 Six Nations, N. Y.
7 Stat. 46.
Chap. 119 Choctaws, Okla.
Chap. 119 7 Stat. 98.
Chap. 119 11 Stat. 611.
Chap. 119 7 Stat. 210.
Chap. 119 7 Stat. 234.
Chap. 119 Pawnees, Okla.
11 Stat. 729; 27 Stat. 644.
Chap. 119 Indians of Sioux reservations.
25 Stat. 895.
Chap. 119 Interest on trust funds.
Chap. 119 Western Cherokees. Fund made available for attorneys' expenses.
28 Stat. 451; 45 Stat. 1164.
Chap. 119 52 Stat. 318.
Chap. 119 Central warehouses. Availability of funds for purchase, distribution, etc., of supplies, from.
Chap. 119 Travel expenses, etc.
Chap. 119 Traveling expenses, new appointees from Seattle to Alaska.
Chap. 119 719
Chap. 119 721
Chap. 119 Mineral leasing.
38 Stat. 742; 40 Stat. 297; 41 Stat. 437, 1363.
48 U. S. C. § § 435, 444; 30 U. S. C. § § 141, 181.
Chap. 119 725
Chap. 119 726
Chap. 119 Glacier, Mont.
Chap. 119 736
Chap. 119 Maintenance, etc.
Chap. 119 Insane citizens in Canada.
Chap. 119 Vehicles.

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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, 1940, namely:

BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS

SALARIES

For the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and other personal services in the District of Columbia, $533,100.

GENERAL EXPENSES

For transportation and incidental expenses of officers and clerks of the Bureau of Indian Affairs when traveling on official duty; for radio, 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, $35,500.

For advertising, inspection, storage, and all other expenses incident to the purchase of goods and supplies for the Indian Service and for

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payment of railroad, pipe-line, and other transportation costs of such goods and supplies, $750,000: 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 maintaining law and order on Indian reservations, including pay of judges of Indian courts, pay of Indian police, and pay of employees engaged in the suppression of the traffic in intoxicating liquors, marihuana, and deleterious drugs among Indians, and including traveling expenses, supplies, and equipment, $257,390.

For lease, purchase, construction, repair, and improvement of agency buildings, exclusive of hospital buildings, including the purchase of necessary lands for agency purposes and the installation, repair, and improvement of heating, lighting, power, and sewerage and water systems in connection therewith, $200,000: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be available for the construction of any building the total cost of which is in excess of $1,500: Provided further, That no part of this appropriation shall be available for tearing down or removing any building or buildings at the Federal Indian School at Tomah, Wisconsin.

For expenses of organizing Indian chartered corporations, or other tribal organizations, in accordance with the provisions of the Act of June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. 986), as supplemented and amended by the Acts of June 15, 1935 (49 Stat. 378), May 1, 1936 (49 Stat. 1250), and June 26, 1936 (49 Stat. 1967), including personal services, purchase of equipment and supplies, not to exceed $3,000 for printing and binding, and other necessary expenses, $80,000, of which not to exceed $18,000 may be used for personal services in the District of Columbia: Provided, That in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, not to exceed $3 per diem in lieu of subsistence may be allowed to Indians actually traveling away from their place of residence when assisting in organization work: Provided further, That no part of this appropriation shall be available for expenditure in that part of the State of New Mexico embraced in the Navajo Indian Reservation, and not to exceed $5,000 shall be available for expenditure in said State.

Vehicles, Indian Service: Not to exceed $479,800 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 passenger-carrying vehicles for the use of employees in the Indian field service, and the transportation of Indian school pupils, and not to exceed $225,000 of applicable appropriations may be used for the purchase and exchange of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, and such vehicles shall be used only for official service, including the transportation of Indian school pupils.

Replacement of property destroyed by fire, flood, or storm: That to meet possible emergencies not exceeding $35,000 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 any diversions of appropriations made hereunder shall be reported to Congress in the annual Budget.

Authorization for attending health and educational meetings: Not to exceed $7,000 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, educational, agricultural, forestry, engineering, and industrial associations in the interest of work among the Indians.

For the relief of William C. Willahan, or his heirs, as authorized by and in conformity with sections 2, 3, and 4 of the Act of June 25, 1938

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(Private Law Numbered 715, Seventy-fifth Congress), $855.23, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

INDIAN LANDS

Purchase of land and water rights, and so forth, Pueblo Indians, New Mexico (tribal funds): The unexpended balance of the appropriation from the tribal funds to the credit of the Pojoaque Pueblo, New Mexico, contained in the Interior Department Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1939, for the purchase of additional land and water rights, the development of water for irrigation and domestic purposes, the purchase of equipment for industrial advancement, and for such other purposes, except per capita payments, as may be recommended by the governing officials of the Pueblo and be approved by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, is hereby continued available for the same purposes and under the same conditions until expended.

Purchase of land for the Navajo Indians, Arizona, reimbursable: The unexpended balance of the appropriation contained in the Deficiency Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1934, for the purchase of land, and improvements thereon, including water rights, for the Navajo Indians in Arizona, as authorized by and in conformity with the provisions of the Act of June 14, 1934 (48 Stat. 961), is hereby continued available for the same purposes until June 30, 1940.

Purchase of land for the Navajo Indians, Arizona (tribal funds): The unexpended balance of the appropriation of $40,000 from funds to the credit of the Navajo tribe, contained in the Interior Department Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1939, for the purchase, in accordance with the provisions of the Act of June 14, 1934 (48 Stat. 961), of lands from the New Mexico and Arizona Land Company within the Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona, is hereby continued available for the same purpose and under the same conditions until June 30, 1940.

Leasing of lands for Navajo Indians (tribal funds): For lease, pending purchase, of land and water rights for the use and benefit of Indians of the Navajo Tribe in Arizona and New Mexico, $20,000, payable from funds on deposit to the credit of the Navajo Tribe.

For the acquisition of lands, interest in lands, water rights and surface rights to lands, and for expenses incident to such acquisition, in accordance with the provisions of the Act of June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. 985), including personal services, purchase of equipment and supplies, and other necessary expenses, $650,000, together with the unexpended balance of the appropriation for this purpose for the fiscal year 1939, of which not to exceed $25,000 shall be available for personal services in the District of Columbia: Provided, That in addition to the amount herein appropriated the Secretary of the Interior may also incur obligations, and enter into contracts for the acquisition of additional land, not exceeding a total of $300,000, 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 acquisition of land pursuant to the authorization contained in the Act of June 18, 1934, shall be available for the purpose of discharging the obligation or obligations so created: Provided further, That no part of the sum herein appropriated or of this contract authorization shall be used for the acquisition of land within the States of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming outside of the boundaries of existing Indian reservations.

The unexpended balance of the appropriation of $25,000 contained in the Interior Department Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1938, for the payment of taxes, including penalties and interest, assessed against individually owned Indian land, title to which is held subject to restrictions against alienation or encumbrance except with the consent or approval of the Secretary of the Interior, when such land was purchased with trust or restricted funds with the understanding that

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after purchase it would be nontaxable, as authorized by the Act of June 20, 1936 (49 Stat. 1542), is hereby continued available for the same purposes until June 30, 1940.

Purchase of land, Confederated Bands of Utes, Utah (tribal funds): The unexpended balances of the amounts authorized to be expended by the Interior Department Appropriation Act for the fiscal year 1939 for the purchase of additional lands and improvements for the Confederated Bands of Ute Indians in Utah, are hereby continued available for the same purposes, and for the purchase of improvements on public-domain lands, June 30, 1940.

Purchase of land, Cheyenne River Reservation, South Dakota (tribal funds): The unexpended balances of the appropriations from tribal funds of the Cheyenne River Indians, South Dakota, available during the fiscal year 1939 for the purchase of Indian-owned and privately owned land; and improvements thereon, in the Cheyenne River Reservation, South Dakota, are hereby continued available for the same purposes and under the same conditions, until June 30, 1940.

Purchase of land, Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho (tribal funds): The unexpended balance of the appropriation of $40,000 contained in the Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1938, for the purchase of Indian-owned and privately owned lands or interests therein, and improvements thereon, payable from funds on deposit to the credit of the Fort Hall Indians, is hereby continued available, for the same purposes and under the same conditions, until June 30, 1940.

Purchase of land for the Southern Ute Indians, Colorado (tribal funds): The unexpended balance of the appropriation of $20,000 contained in the Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1938, for the purchase of land and improvements thereon for the Southern Ute Indians in Colorado, payable from funds on deposit to the credit of the Southern Ute Band of Ute Indians, is hereby continued available, for the same purposes and under the same conditions, until June 30, 1940.

Purchase of land for Ute Mountain Indians, Colorado (tribal funds): The unexpended balance of the appropriation of $20,000 contained in the Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1938, for the purchase of land and improvements thereon for the Ute Mountain Band of Indians in Colorado, payable from funds on deposit to the credit of the Ute Mountain Band, is hereby continued available, for the same purposes and under the same conditions, until June 30, 1940.

For completion of a survey of the disputed boundary of the Yakima Reservation, Washington, $4,000, payable from funds on deposit in the Treasury to the credit of the Yakima Indian Tribe.

Improvement of land records: For improvement of the land records in the Bureau of Indian Affairs, including personal services in the District of Columbia, printing and binding, purchase of equipment and supplies, and such other expenses as may be necessary to make permanent the land records of the Indian Service, $10,000.

Payment to loyal Shawnee Indians, Oklahoma: The unexpended balance of the appropriation of $109,746.25 contained in the First Deficiency Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1930, for payment to the loyal Shawnee Indians, in settlement of their claim arising under the twelfth article of the treaty with said Indians proclaimed October 14, 1868 (15 Stat. 513), as authorized by and in accordance with the Act of March 4, 1929 (45 Stat. 1550), is hereby reappropriated and made available until expended for the purposes authorized by the said Act of March 4, 1929.

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

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administration of forestry and grazing work, including fire prevention and payment of reasonable rewards for information leading to arrest and conviction of a person or persons setting forest fires, or taking or otherwise destroying timber, in contravention of law on Indian lands, $341,500: 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, $120,000, reimbursable to the United States as Provided in the Act of February 14, 1920 (25 U. S. C. 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, or taking or otherwise destroying timber, in contravention of law.

For the suppression or emergency prevention of forest fires on or threatening Indian reservations, $15,000, together with $25,000 from funds held by the United States in trust for the respective tribes of Indians interested: Provided, That not to exceed $50,000 of appropriations herein made for timber operations shall be available upon the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, for fire-suppression or emergency prevention purposes: Provided further, 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 (25 U. S. C. 336, 371, 397), May 27, 1908 (35 Stat. 312), March 3, 1909 (25 U. S. C. 396), and other Acts authorizing the leasing of such lands for mining purposes, including not to exceed $5,000 for the purchase and exchange (not to exceed $2,000), maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, and not to exceed $11,000 for personal services in the District of Columbia, $100,000, to be reimbursed under the provisions of the Act of February 14, 1920, as amended (25 U. S. C. 413), except that reimbursement shall not be required for expenditures in connection with nonproductive Indian lands.

For the purpose of obtaining remunerative employment for Indians, $40,500.

For the purpose of developing agriculture and stock raising among the Indians, including necessary personnel, traveling and other expenses, and purchase of supplies and equipment, $675,000, of which not to exceed $15,000 may be used to conduct agricultural experiments and demonstrations on Indian school or agency farms and to maintain a supply of suitable plants or seed for issue to Indians, and not to exceed $30,000 may be used for the operation and maintenance of a sheep-breeding station on the Navajo Reservation.

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, $175,000, which sum may be advanced to Indians for the purchase of seeds, animals, machinery, tools, implements, and other equipment; for advances to old, disabled, or indigent Indian allottees for their support; and for advances to Indians having irrigable allotments to assist them in the development and cultivation thereof: Provided, That except for the Navajo Indians in Arizona and New Mexico not to exceed $25,000 of the amount herein appropriated shall be expended on any one reservation or for the benefit of any one tribe

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of Indians: Provided further, That not to exceed $15,000 may be advanced to worthy Indian youths to enable them to take educational courses, including courses in nursing, home economics, forestry, and other industrial subjects in colleges, universities, or other institutions, and advances so made shall be reimbursed in not to exceed eight years, under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe.

Industrial assistance (tribal funds): For advances to individual members of the tribes for the construction of homes and for the purchase 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 and burial, and Indians having irrigable allotments to assist them in the development and cultivation thereof, to be immediately available, $200,000, payable from tribal funds as follows: San Carlos, Arizona, $90,000; Menominee, Wisconsin, $100,000; Lac Court Orielles, Wisconsin, $10,000, and the unexpended balances of funds available under this head in the Interior Department Appropriation Act for the fiscal year 1939, and the Second Deficiency Act, fiscal year 1938, are hereby continued available during the fiscal year 1940 for the purposes for which they were appropriated: Provided, That advances may be made to worthy Indian youths to enable them to take educational courses, including courses in nursing, home economics, forestry, and other industrial subjects in colleges, universities, or other institutions, and advances so made shall be reimbursed in not to exceed eight years under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe: Provided further, That all moneys reimbursed during the fiscal year 1940 shall be credited to the respective appropriations and be available for the purposes of this paragraph: Provided further, That funds available under this paragraph may be used for the establishment and operation of tribal enterprises when proposed by Indian tribes and approved by the Secretary of the Interior, and revenues derived therefrom shall be covered into the Treasury to the credit of the respective tribes: Provided further, That the unexpended balances of prior appropriations under this head for any tribe, including reimbursements to such appropriations and the appropriations made herein, may be advanced to such tribe, if incorporated, for making loans to members of the tribal corporation under rules and regulations established for the making of loans from the revolving loan fund authorized by the Act of June 18, 1934 (25 U. S. C. 470): Provided further, That the aforesaid $100,000 for advances to individual members of the Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin shall be advanced under rules and regulations approved by the advisory council of the Menominee Indians and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs: Provided further, That in no event shall the "Menominee 5 per centum log fund" be used for this purpose.

For an additional amount to be added to the appropriations heretofore made, for the establishment of a revolving fund for the purpose of making and administering loans to Indian chartered corporations in accordance with the Act of June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. 986), and of making and administering loans to individual Indians and to associations or corporate groups of Indians of Oklahoma in accordance with the Act of June 26, 1936 (49 Stat. 1967), $400,000, of which amount not to exceed $22,500 shall be available for personal services in the District of Columbia, and $100,000 shall be available for personal services in the field, for traveling expenses of employees, for purchase of equipment and supplies, and for other necessary expenses of administering such loans, including not more than $3,500 for printing and binding: Provided, That hereafter no individual of less than one-quarter degree of Indian blood shall be eligible for a loan from funds made available

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in accordance with the provisions of the Act of June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. 986), and the Act of June 26, 1936 (49 Stat. 1967).

For the development, under the direction of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, of Indian arts and crafts, as authorized by the Act of August 27, 1935 (49 Stat. 891), including personal services, purchase and transportation of equipment and supplies, purchase of periodicals, directories, and books of reference, purchase and operation of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, telegraph and telephone services, cost of packing, crating, drayage, and transportation of personal effects of employees upon permanent change of station, expenses of exhibits and of attendance at meetings concerned with the development of Indian arts and crafts, traveling expenses, including payment of actual transportation expenses, not to exceed $2,500 for printing and binding, and other necessary expenses, $46,250, of which not to exceed $16,000 shall be available for personal services in the District of Columbia: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be used to pay any salary at a rate exceeding $7,500 per annum: Provided further, That hereafter any appropriation for the development of Indian arts and crafts, made pursuant to the Act of August 27, 1935 (49 Stat. 891), shall be available for the payment of not to exceed $10 per diem in lieu of subsistence and other expenses of members of the Indian Arts and Crafts Board, serving without other compensation from the United States while absent from their homes on official business of the Board.

Suppressing contagious diseases among livestock of Indians: The unexpended balance of the appropriation of $7,500 contained in the Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1937, for reimbursing Indians of the Mescalero Reservation, New Mexico, for stock destroyed on account of being infected with Malta fever, and for expenses in connection with the eradication and prevention of this disease, is hereby made available for the same purposes for the fiscal year 1940.

DEVELOPMENT OF WATER SUPPLY

For the development, rehabilitation, repair, maintenance, and operation of domestic and stock water facilities on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah, the Hopi Reservation in Arizona, the Papago Reservation in Arizona, and the several Pueblos in New Mexico, including the purchase and installation of pumping and other equipment, $100,000.

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:

Miscellaneous projects, $20,000; Arizona: Ak Chin, $4,000; Chiu Chui, $4,000; Ganado, $1,500, together with $1,000 from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934; Navajo and Hopi, miscellaneous projects, Arizona and New Mexico, $13,500; San Xavier, $2,000; California: Coachella Valley, $1,000; Morongo, $4,000; Pala and Rincon, $3,500, together with $500, from which expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of said Repeal Act; Colorado: Southern Ute, $13,000, together

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with $3,000, from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the said Repeal Act; Montana: Tongue River, $3,000; Nevada: Pyramid Lake, $4,000; Walker River, $6,000; Western Shoshone, $10,000: New Mexico: Miscellaneous Pueblos, $27,500; Oregon: Warm Springs, $3,000; Washington: Colville, $5,000, together with $1,000, from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of said Repeal Act: Lummi Diking Project, $1,000, together with $2,000, from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of said Repeal Act;

For necessary miscellaneous expenses incident to the general administration of Indian irrigation projects, including pay of employees and their traveling and incidental expenses, $75,000;

In all, for irrigation on Indian reservations, not to exceed $208,500, reimbursable: Provided, That the foregoing amounts 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 cost of irrigation projects and of operating and maintaining such projects where reimbursement thereof is required by law shall be apportioned on a per-acre basis against the lands 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 operation and maintenance of the San Carlos project for the irrigation of lands in the Gila River Indian Reservation, Arizona, $140,000 (operation and maintenance collections) and $180,000 (power revenues), of which latter sum not to exceed $24,000 shall be available for major repairs in case of unforeseen emergencies caused by fire, flood, or storm, from which amount, of $140,000 and $180,000, respectively, expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934; in all, $320,000.

For continuing subjugation and for cropping operations on the lands of the Pima Indians in Arizona, there shall be available not to exceed $200,000 of the revenues derived from these operations and deposited into the Treasury of the United States to the credit of such Indians, and such revenues are hereby made available for payment of irrigation operation and maintenance charges assessed against tribal or allotted lands of said Pima Indians.

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. 273), $20,000, reimbursable, together with $20,000, from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934.

Operation and maintenance, pumping plants, San Carlos Reservation, Arizona (tribal funds): 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 reclamation and maintenance charges on Indian lands within

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the Yuma Reservation, California, and on ten acres within each of the eleven Yuma homestead entries in Arizona under the Yuma reclamation project, $3,500, reimbursable.

For improvements, maintenance, and operation of the Fort Hall irrigation system, Idaho, $43,000, together with $25,000, from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934.

For maintenance and operation, repairs, and purchase of stored waters, irrigation systems, Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana, $14,800, reimbursable, together with $4,200 from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934.

For maintenance and operation of the several units of the Fort Peck project, Montana, including not to exceed four thousand acres under the West Side Canal of the Poplar River Division, $19,000, reimbursable, together with $3,000 from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934.

For the improvement, maintenance, and operation of the irrigation systems on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana, $15,000, reimbursable, together with $6,000, from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934.

For operation and maintenance of the irrigation and power systems on the Flathead Reservation, Montana, $10,000, reimbursable, together with $120,000 (operation and maintenance collections) and $75,000 (power revenues), from which amounts of $120,000 and $75,000, respectively, expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934; in all, $205,000.

For improvement, maintenance, and operation of the irrigation systems on the Crow Reservation, Montana, including maintenance assessments payable to the Two Leggins Water Users' Association and Bozeman Trail Ditch Company, Montana, properly assessable against lands allotted to the Indians and irrigable thereunder, $5,000, reimbursable, together with $35,000 from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934.

For payment of annual installment of reclamation charges against Paiute Indian lands within the Newlands reclamation project, Nevada, $5,381; 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, $6,053, to be immediately available; in all, $11,434.

For operation and maintenance of the Hogback irrigation project on the Navajo Reservation in New Mexico, $15,000, reimbursable, together with $5,000, from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934.

For maintenance and operation of the Fruitlands irrigation project, Navajo Reservation, New Mexico, $14,000, reimbursable, together with $4,000, from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934.

For operation and maintenance assessments on Indian lands, and the buildings and grounds of the Albuquerque Indian School, within the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District, New Mexico, $10,139, of

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which amount $7,168 shall be reimbursed in accordance with existing law.

For final payment to the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District, New Mexico, in accordance with the provisions of the Acts of March 13, 1928 (45 Stat. 312), and June 20, 1938 (52 Stat. 778-779), to be immediately available, $36,000, of which $15,529.29 shall be reimbursed to the United States in accordance with existing law; and the unexpended balance of the appropriation of $311,452 for payment to the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District contained in the Act of May 9, 1935 (49 Stat. 188), is hereby reappropriated and made available for the same purposes during the fiscal year 1940.

For improvements, maintenance, and operation of miscellaneous irrigation projects on the Klamath Reservation, Oregon, $3,000, reimbursable, together with $4,000, from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts from operation and maintenance collections on the Sand Creek and Modoc Point units covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934.

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. 375), $20,000, reimbursable, together with $38,000, from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934.

For operation and maintenance of the Wapato irrigation and drainage system, and auxiliary units thereof, Yakima Indian Reservation, Washington, $1,000, reimbursable, together with $164,000 (collections from the water users on the Wapato-Satus, Toppenish-Simcoe, and Ahtanum units), from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934.

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

For operation and maintenance of irrigation systems within the ceded and diminished portions of the Wind River Reservation, Wyoming, including the Indians' pro rata share of the cost of operation and maintenance of the Riverton-Le Clair irrigation district and the Big Bend drainage district on the ceded reservation, $30,000, reimbursable, together with $20,000 from which amount expenditures shall not exceed the aggregate receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934.

For the construction, repair, and rehabilitation of irrigation systems on Indian reservations; for the purchase or rental of equipment, tools, and appliances; for the acquisition of rights-of-way, and payment of damages in connection with such irrigation systems; for the development of domestic and stock water and water for subsistence gardens; for the purchase of water rights, ditches, and lands needed for such projects; and for drainage and protection of irrigable lands from damage by floods or loss of water rights, as follows:

Arizona: Colorado River, as authorized by and in accordance with section 2 of the River and Harbor Act, approved August 30, 1935 (49 Stat. 1039, 1040), $1,500,000, reimbursable; Hopi, $25,000, reimbursable; Navajo, Arizona and New Mexico, $50,000, reimbursable; domestic and stock water, $50,000, reimbursable; Papago, domestic and stock water, $20,000, reimbursable; Salt River, $10,000, reimbursable; San Xavier, $30,000, reimbursable;

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California: Mission, $10,000, reimbursable; Sacramento, $10,000, reimbursable; Owens Valley (Carson Agency, Nevada), $75,000, reimbursable;

Colorado: Southern Ute, $25,000, reimbursable;

Montana: Crow: The Secretary of the Interior may incur obligations and enter into a contract or contracts not exceeding $500,000 for the completion of a storage dam and reservoir on the Crow Indian Reservation, Montana, at a total cost of not to exceed $1,000,000, 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 this project shall be available for the purpose of discharging the obligation or obligations so created; Flathead, $500,000, reimbursable; Fort Belknap, $19,000, reimbursable; Blackfeet, $50,000, reimbursable; Fort Peck, $50,000, reimbursable;

Nevada: Western Shoshone, $25,000, reimbursable; Walker River, $10,000, reimbursable; Pyramid Lake, $75,000, reimbursable;

New Mexico: Mescalero, $10,000, reimbursable; Pueblo, $75,000, reimbursable;

Utah: Uintah, $20,000, reimbursable;

Washington: Wapato, $200,000, reimbursable; Colville, $25,000, reimbursable;

Wyoming: Wind River, $15,000, reimbursable;

Miscellaneous garden tracts, $60,000, reimbursable;

For surveys, investigations, and administrative expenses, including personal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, and not to exceed $3,000 for printing and binding, $125,000, reimbursable;

In all, $3,064,000, to be immediately available, which amount, together with the unexpended balances of funds made available under this head in the Interior Department Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1939, shall remain available until June 30, 1940: Provided, That the foregoing amounts may be used interchangeably in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, but not more than 10 per centum of any specific amount shall be transferred to any other amount, and no appropriation shall be increased by more than 15 per centum.

EDUCATION

For the support of Indian schools not otherwise Provided for, and for other Indian educational purposes, including apprentice teachers for reservation and nonreservation schools, educational facilities authorized by treaty provisions, care of Indian children of school age attending public and private schools, and tuition and other assistance for Indian pupils attending public schools, $6,034,790: Provided, That not to exceed $20,000 of this appropriation may be used for the support and education of deaf and dumb or blind, physically handicapped, or mentally deficient Indian children: Provided further, That $60,000 of this appropriation shall be available for subsistence of pupils in reservation and nonreservation boarding schools during summer months: Provided further, That not more than $15,000 of the amount herein appropriated may be expended for the tuition (which may be paid in advance) of Indian pupils attending vocational or higher educational institutions, under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe: Provided further, That formal contracts shall not be required, for compliance with section 3744 of the Revised Statutes (41 U. S. C. 16), for payment (which may be made from the date of admission) of tuition and for care of Indian pupils attending public and private schools, higher educational institutions, or schools for the deaf and dumb, blind, physically handicapped, or mentally deficient: Provided further, That not to exceed $10,000 of this appropriation may be used for printing and binding (including illustrations) in authorized Indian-school printing plants: Provided further, That no part of any appropriation in this Act for the Bureau of Indian

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Affairs shall be available for expenses of travel for the study of educational systems or practices outside the continental limits of the United States and the Territory of Alaska.

Support of Indian schools from tribal funds: For the support of Indian schools, and for other educational purposes, including care of Indian children of school age attending public and private schools, tuition and other assistance for Indian pupils attending public schools, and support and education of deaf and dumb or blind, physically handicapped, or mentally deficient Indian children, there may be expended from Indian tribal funds and from school revenues arising under the Act of May 17, 1926 (25 U. S. C. 155), not more than $305,250, including not to exceed $63,750 for payment of tuition for Chippewa Indian children enrolled in public schools and care of children of school age attending private schools in the State of Minnesota, payable from 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. 645): Provided, That formal contracts shall not be required, for compliance with section 3744 of the Revised Statutes (41 U. S. C. 16), for payment (which may be made from the date of admission) of tuition and for care of Indian pupils attending public schools, or schools for the deaf and dumb, blind, physically handicapped, or mentally deficient.

Education, Osage Nation, Oklahoma (tribal funds): For the education of unallotted Osage Indian children in the Saint Louis Mission Boarding School, Oklahoma, $2,000, payable from funds held in trust by the United States for the Osage Tribe.

For reimbursable loans to Indians for the payment of tuition and other expenses in recognized vocational and trade schools, including colleges and universities offering recognized vocational, trade, and professional courses, in accordance with the provisions of the Act of June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. 986), and for apprentice training in manufacturing and other commercial establishments, $135,000: Provided, That not more than $50,000 of the amount available for the fiscal year 1940 shall be available for loans to Indian students pursuing liberal-arts courses in high schools and colleges: Provided further, That advances made under this authorization shall be reimbursed in not to exceed eight years, under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe.

For lease, purchase, repair, and improvement of buildings at Indian schools not otherwise Provided for, including the purchase of necessary lands for school purposes and the installation, repair, and improvement of heating, lighting, power, sewer, and water systems in connection therewith, and including not to exceed $15,000 for the purchase of materials for the use of Indian pupils in the construction of buildings (not to exceed $1,500 for any one building) at Indian schools not otherwise Provided for, $462,200: Provided, That the foregoing appropriation, and appropriations in this Act for repairs and improvements at nonreservation boarding schools, shall be available to provide sponsor's contributions to projects for the construction, repair, or improvement of Indian school buildings approved by and carried on under funds of the Works Progress Administration or the National Youth Administration.

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

Phoenix, Arizona: For four hundred and fifty pupils, including not to exceed $2,500 for printing and issuing school paper, $154,750; for pay of superintendent or other officer in charge, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $25,000; for printing equipment, $6,000; in all, $185,750;

Sherman Institute, Riverside, California: For six hundred and fifty

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pupils, including not to exceed $2,000 for printing and issuing school paper, $221,000; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $23,500; for printing equipment, $6,000; in all, $250,500;

Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kansas: For six hundred and twenty-five pupils, including not to exceed $2,500 for printing and issuing school paper, $212,500; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, including necessary drainage work, $25,000; in all, $237,500;

Pipestone, Minnesota: For three hundred pupils, $97,750; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $16,000; in all, $113, 750;

Carson City, Nevada: For five hundred and twenty-five pupils, $168,500; for pay of principal, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $20,000; for the purchase of land and improvements, including water rights, livestock and farm equipment, and for the development of a farm unit, including the erection of improvements and the purchase of machinery and equipment, $50,000; in all, $238,500;

Albuquerque, New Mexico: For six hundred pupils, $204,000; for pay of superintendent or other officer in charge, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $25,000; for the purchase of land and improvements thereon, $37,500; in all, $266,500;

Santa Fe, New Mexico: For four hundred pupils, $142,000; for drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $15,000; in all, $157,000;

Wahpeton, North Dakota: For three hundred pupils, $97,250; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $13,000; in all, $110,250;

Chilocco, Oklahoma: For six hundred and fifty pupils, including not to exceed $2,000 for printing and issuing school paper, $221,000; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $25,000; in all, $246,000;

Sequoyah Orphan Training School, near Tahlequah, Oklahoma: For three hundred and fifty orphan Indian children of State of Oklahoma belonging to the restricted class, $114,250; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $15,000; in all, $129,250;

Carter Seminary, Oklahoma: For one hundred and sixty-five pupils, $57,525; for pay of principal, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $7,000; in all, $64,525;

Euchee, Oklahoma: For one hundred and fifteen pupils, $41,025; for pay of principal, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $7,000; in all, $48,025;

Eufaula, Oklahoma: For one hundred and forty pupils, $48,650; for pay of principal, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $7,000; in all, $55,650;

Jones Academy, Oklahoma: For one hundred and seventy-five pupils, $61,125; for pay of principal, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $7,000; in all, $68,125;

Wheelock Academy, Oklahoma: For one hundred and thirty pupils, $45,050; for pay of principal, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $7,000; in all, $52,050;

Chemawa, Oregon: For four hundred and fifty pupils, including not to exceed $1,000 for printing and issuing school paper, $152,250; for local vocational-training program directed from the school, $10,000; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $20,000; in all, $182,250;

Flandreau, South Dakota: For four hundred and fifty pupils, $159,750; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $19,000; in all, $178,750;

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Pierre, South Dakota: For three hundred pupils, $97,750; for pay of superintendent, drayage, and general repairs and improvements, $16,000; in all, $113,750;

In all, for above-named nonreservation boarding schools, not to exceed $2,698,125: Provided, That 10 per centum of the foregoing amounts shall be available interchangeably for expenditures for similar purposes 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.

For tuition and for care and other assistance for Indian pupils attending public schools and special Indian day schools in the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole Nations and the Quapaw Agency in Oklahoma, $397,200, to be expended in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior and under rules and regulations to be prescribed by him: Provided, That not to exceed $21,500 may be expended for the payment of salaries of public-school teachers, employed by the State, county, or district in special Indian day schools in full-blood Indian communities, where there are not adequate white day schools available for their attendance.

Natives in Alaska: To enable the Secretary of the Interior, in his discretion and under his direction, to provide for support and education and relief of destitution of the Eskimos, Aleuts, Indians, and other natives of Alaska, including necessary traveling expenses of pupils to and from boarding schools in Alaska; purchase, repair, and rental of school buildings, including purchase of necessary lands; textbooks and industrial apparatus; pay and necessary traveling expenses of superintendents, teachers, physicians, and other employees; repair, equipment, maintenance, and operation of vessels; and all other necessary miscellaneous expenses which are not included under the above special heads, $951,380, to be immediately available and to remain available until June 30, 1941: Provided, That a report shall be made to Congress covering expenditures from the amount herein Provided for relief of destitution.

CONSERVATION OF HEALTH

For conservation of health among Indians, 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 $25,000 for clinical surveys and general medical research in connection with tuberculosis, trachoma, and venereal and other disease conditions among Indians, including cooperation with State and other organizations engaged in similar work and payment of traveling expenses and per diem of physicians, nurses, and other persons whose services are donated by such organizations, and including printing and binding circulars and pamphlets for use in preventing and suppressing trachoma and other contagious and infectious diseases, $5,088,170, including not to exceed $3,743,000 for the following-named hospitals and sanatoria:

Arizona: Indian Oasis Hospital, $27,260; Kayenta Sanatorium, $52,000; Fort Defiance Sanatorium and Southern Navajo General Hospital, $268,780; Phoenix Sanatorium, $107,560; Pima Hospital, $27,600; Truxton Canyon Hospital, $14,000; Western Navajo Hospital, $35,700; Chin Lee Hospital, $16,620; Fort Apache Hospital, $29,700; Hopi Hospital, $40,000; Leupp Hospital, $27,800; San Carlos Hospital, $32,300; Tohatchi Hospital, $17,200; Colorado River Hospital, $22,000; San

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Xavier Sanatorium, $45,000; Phoenix Hospital, $42,000; Winslow Sanatorium, $60,000:

California: Hoopa Valley Hospital, $25,000; Soboba Hospital, $25,620; Fort Bidwell Hospital, $25,000; Fort Yuma Hospital, $22,000;

Colorado: Ute Mountain Hospital, $15,000; Edward T. Taylor Hospital, $25,000;

Idaho: Fort Lapwai Sanatorium, $90,000; Fort Hall Hospitals, $15,900;

Iowa: Sac and Fox Sanatorium, $75,000;

Minnesota: Pipestone Hospital, $22,500; Cass Lake Hospital, $30,000; Fond du Lac Hospital, $25,000; Red Lake Hospital, $22,500; White Earth Hospital, $22,000;

Mississippi: Choctaw Hospital, $25,000;

Montana: Blackfeet Hospital, $45,000; Fort Peck Hospital, $26,400; Crow Hospital, $32,000; Fort Belknap Hospital, $30,000; Tongue River Hospital, $28,000;

Nebraska: Winnebago Hospital, $47,000;

Nevada: Carson Hospital, $27,000; Walker River Hospital, $25,000; Western Shoshone Hospital, $20,000;

New Mexico: Albuquerque Sanatorium, $104,660; Jicarilla Hospital and Sanatorium, $62,620; Mescalero Hospital, $23,000; Eastern Navajo Hospital, $55,000; Northern Navajo Hospital, $45,000; Taos Hospital, $20,000; Zuni Hospital, $35,000; Albuquerque Hospital, $50,000; Charles H. Burke Hospital, $30,000; Santa Fe Hospital, $44,000; Toadlena Hospital, $13,000;

North Carolina: Cherokee Hospital, $25,000;

North Dakota: Turtle Mountain Hospital, $41,600; Fort Berthold Hospital, $18,000; Fort Totten Hospital, $23,000; Standing Rock Hospital, $38,000; Fort Totten Preventorium, $20,000;

Oklahoma: Cheyenne and Arapahoe Hospital, $36,000; Choctaw and Chickasaw Sanatorium and General Hospital, $195,000; Shawnee Sanatorium, $100,000; Claremore Hospital, $76,300; Clinton Hospital, $22,000; Pawnee and Ponca Hospital, $38,000; Kiowa Hospital, $130,000; William W. Hastings Hospital, $70,000;

Oregon: Warm Springs Hospital, $20,000;

South Dakota: Crow Creek Hospital, $22,000; Pine Ridge Hospital, $53,000; Rosebud Hospital, $45,000; Yankton Hospital, $23,000; Cheyenne River Hospital, $35,000; Sioux Sanatorium, $140,000; Sisseton Hospital, $33,000;

Utah: Uintah Hospital, $30,000;

Washington: Yakima Sanatorium, $40,000; Tacoma Sanatorium, $225,000; Tulalip Hospital, $12,600; Colville Hospital, $35,000;

Wisconsin: Hayward Hospital, $40,600; Tomah Hospital, $32,620;

Wyoming: Wind River Hospital, $29,620:

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 nonreservation boarding schools receiving specific appropriations shall contribute on a per diem basis for the hospitalization of pupils in hospitals located at such schools and supported from this appropriation: Provided further, That in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior and under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by him, fees may be collected from Indians for medical, hospital, and dental service and any fees so collected shall be covered into the Treasury of the United States.

Medical relief in Alaska: To enable the Secretary of the Interior, in his discretion and under his direction through the Bureau of Indian Affairs, with the advice and cooperation of the Public Health Service,

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to provide for the medical and sanitary relief of the Eskimos, Aleuts, Indians, and other natives of Alaska; 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, $440,000, to be available immediately and to remain available until June 30, 1941.

Reindeer service: For supervision of reindeer in Alaska and instruction in the care and management thereof, including salaries and travel expenses of employees, purchase, rental, erection, and repair of range cabins, purchase and maintenance of communication and other equipment, and all other necessary miscellaneous expenses, including $3,000 for the purchase and distribution of reindeer, $75,000, to be immediately available, and to remain available until June 30, 1941.

GENERAL SUPPORT AND ADMINISTRATION

For general support of Indians and administration of Indian property, including pay of employees authorized by continuing or permanent treaty provisions, $2,743,700: Provided, That in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, and under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by him, fees may be collected from individual Indians for services performed for them, and any fees so collected shall be covered into the Treasury of the United States.

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: Fort Apache, $54,000; Navajo, $2,500 for all necessary expenses of holding a tribal fair, including erection of structures, awards for exhibits and events, feeding of livestock, and labor and materials; Pima (Camp McDowell), $300; San Carlos, $60,000; Truxton Canyon, $6,500; in all, $123,300;

California: Mission, $20,000;

Colorado: Consolidated Ute (Southern Ute), $78,000, including purchase of land, the subjugation thereof, and the construction of improvements thereon;

Florida: Seminole, $6,000, including the purchase of cattle for the establishment of a tribal herd;

Idaho: Fort Hall, $4,000 for the purchase of equipment, materials, and supplies for the eradication of noxious weeds;

Iowa: Sac and Fox, $2,000;

Montana: Flathead, $24,000;

Nevada: Carson, the unexpended balances of the appropriations under this head for the Walker River, Summit Lake, and Pyramid Lake Indians, for the fiscal year 1938 are hereby continued available for the same purposes until June 30, 1940; Western Shoshone, $3,000;

North Carolina: Cherokee, $8,000;

Oklahoma: Seminole, $7,787 for reconstruction of community house;

Oregon: Klamath, $93,760;

Utah: Uintah and Ouray, $10,000, of which amount not to exceed $3,000 shall be available for the payment of an agent employed under a contract approved by the Secretary of the Interior;

Washington: Puyallup, $1,000 for upkeep of the Puyallup Indian cemetery; Taholah, $24,650 (Makah, $9,500; Shoalwater, $15,150); Yakima, $250; Tulalip, $1,000; in all, $26,900;

Wisconsin: Keshena, $71,500, including $20,000 for monthly allowances, under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe, to old and indigent members of the Menominee Tribe who reside with relatives or friends;
In all, not to exceed $478,247.

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Expenses of attorneys, Quinaielt Reservation, Washington (tribal funds): The unexpended balance of the appropriation of $1,500 of the funds on deposit to the credit of the Quinaielt Indians, Washington, contained in the Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1938, for expenses incurred by the attorney of record in prosecuting the claims of the Quinaielt Tribe in the Court of Claims, as authorized by the Act of February 12, 1925 (43 Stat. 886), is hereby continued available, for the same purposes and under the same conditions, until expended.

Relief of Chippewa Indians in Minnesota (tribal funds): Not to exceed $40,000 of the principal sum on deposit to the credit of the Chippewa Indians of Minnesota, 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. 645), may be expended, in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, in aiding indigent Chippewa Indians including boarding-home care of pupils attending public or high schools.

Relief of needy Indians: For the relief of Indians in need of assistance, including cash grants; the purchase of subsistence supplies, clothing, and household goods; medical, burial, housing, transportation, and all other necessary expenses, $100,000, payable from funds on deposit to the credit of the particular tribe concerned: Provided, That expenditures hereunder may be made without regard to section 3709, United States Revised Statutes, or to the Act of May 27, 1930 (46 Stat. 391), as amended.

For compensation and expenses of an attorney or attorneys employed by the Chippewa Tribe under a contract, approved by the Secretary of the Interior on April 15, 1937, $6,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, payable from the principal sum on deposit to the credit of the Chippewa Indians of Minnesota, 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. 645), and the amount herein appropriated shall be available for compensation earned and expenses incurred during the period covered by said contract.

Expenses of tribal officers, Five Civilized Tribes, Oklahoma (tribal funds): 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, one mining trustee for the Chocktaw and Chickasaw Nations, at salaries at the rate heretofore paid for the said governor and said chief and $3,000 for the said mining trustee, chief of the Creek Nation at $600 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 the above-named officials shall be determined and limited by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs at not to exceed $2,500 each: Provided further, That so much as may be necessary may be expended from the tribal funds of the Creek Nation for payment of the salary of the principal chief for the period from February 12, 1935, to June 30, 1936.

Support of Osage Agency and pay of tribal officers, Oklahoma (tribal funds): For the support of the Osage Agency, and for necessary expenses in connection with oil and gas production on the Osage Reservation, Oklahoma, including pay of necessary employees, the tribal attorney and his stenographer, one special attorney in tax and other matters, and pay of tribal officers; payment of damages to individual allottees; repairs to buildings, rent of quarters for employees, traveling expenses, printing, telegraphing, and telephoning, and purchase, repair, and operation of automobiles, $189,680, payable from

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funds held by the United States in trust for the Osage Tribe of Indians in Oklahoma: Provided, That not more than $1,800 may be used for the employment of a curator for the Osage Museum, which employee shall be an Osage Indian and shall be appointed without regard to civil-service laws and regulations upon the recommendation of the Osage tribal council: Provided further, That this appropriation shall be available, for traveling and other expenses, including not to exceed $5 per diem in lieu of subsistence, and not to exceed 5 cents per mile for use of personally owned automobiles, of members of the tribal council and other members of the tribe, when engaged on tribal business, including visits to the District of Columbia when duly authorized or approved in advance by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs.

Rehabilitation of needy Choctaw Indians: For the rehabilitation of needy Choctaw Indians, in Oklahoma, including the purchase of land in the vicinity of the Council House of the Choctaw Indians, Tuskahoma, Oklahoma, the construction of improvements on newly acquired land, and such other purposes as may be recommended by the advisory council of the Choctaw Tribe and approved by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, $100,000, payable from funds on deposit to the credit of the Choctaw Indians of Oklahoma, which sum together with the unexpended balance of the appropriation of $50,000 from Choctaw tribal funds for the acquisition of lands, and so forth, contained in the Interior Department Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1939, shall remain available until expended: Provided, That title to any land or improvements purchased under the provisions of this paragraph shall be taken in the name of the United States in trust for the Choctaw Tribe.

Expenses of tribal councils or committees thereof (tribal funds): For traveling and other expenses of members of tribal councils, business committees, or other tribal organizations, when engaged on business of the tribes, including supplies and equipment, not to exceed $5 per diem in lieu of subsistence, and not to exceed 5 cents per mile for use of personally owned automobiles, and including not more than $25,000 for visits to Washington, District of Columbia, when duly authorized or approved in advance by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, $50,000, payable from funds on deposit to the credit of the particular tribe interested: Provided, That, except for the Navajo Tribe, not more than $5,000 shall be expended from the funds of any one tribe or band of Indians for the purposes herein specified: Provided further, That no part of this appropriation shall be available for expenses of members of tribal councils, business committees, or other tribal organizations, when in Washington, for more than a thirty-day period, unless the Secretary of the Interior shall in writing approve a longer period.

Expenses of attorneys, Makah Reservation, Washington (tribal funds): Not to exceed $1,700 of the funds on deposit to the credit of the Makah Indians, Washington, is hereby made available for the fiscal years 1939 and 1940 for payment of the compensation and expenses of an attorney employed by the Makah Tribe under a contract executed September 7, 1938, and approved by the Secretary of the Interior on November 30, 1938.

For expenses of an attorney or attorneys employed by the Yakima Tribe under a contract approved by the Secretary of the Interior on July 27, 1938, $3,000, payable from funds on deposit to the credit of the Yakima Indians: Provided, That expenditures hereunder shall be deducted from the expenses allowed to the attorney or attorneys in connection with any judgment recovered by said Indians.

For compensation and expenses of an attorney or attorneys employed by the Shoshone Indian Tribe under a contract approved by the Secretary of the Interior on January 30, 1939, $20,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, payable from funds on deposit in the Treasury to the credit of such tribe; and the amount herein appropri-

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ated shall be available for compensation earned and expenses incurred during the period covered by said contract.

ROADS AND BRIDGES

For maintenance and repair of that portion of the Gallup-Shiprock Highway within the Navajo Reservation, New Mexico, including the purchase of machinery, $20,000, reimbursable: Provided, That other than for supervision and engineering only Indian labor shall be employed for such maintenance and repair work.

For construction, improvement, repair, and maintenance of Indian reservation roads under the provisions of the Acts of May 26, 1928 (25 U. S. C. 318a), June 16, 1936 (49 Stat. 1521), and June 8, 1938 (52 Stat. 633-636), $2,250,000, to be immediately available and to remain available until expended: Provided, That not to exceed $11,200 of the foregoing amount may be expended for personal services in the District of Columbia: Provided further, That not to exceed $100,000 of this appropriation shall be available for purchase, lease, construction, or repair of structures for housing road materials, supplies, and equipment, and for quarters for road crews but the cost of any structure erected hereunder shall not exceed $7,500: Provided further, That the unexpended balance of the appropriation under this head contained in the Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1938, shall continue available for the same purpose until expended.

CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR

For the construction, repair, or rehabilitation of school, agency, hospital, or other buildings and utilities, including the purchase of land and the acquisition of easements or rights-of-way when necessary, and including the purchase of furniture, furnishings, and equipment, as follows:

Alaska: Hospital and quarters, $210,000;

Carson, Nevada: Dormitory facilities, $165,000;

Cherokee, North Carolina: Reconstruction of farm and dairy facilities, $10,000; improvements to heating plant and distribution lines, $15,000; day school and quarters, $23,000;

Cheyenne and Arapahoe, Oklahoma: Dormitory facilities, $75,000; employees' quarters, $15,000; employees' quarters (student project), $6,000;

Cheyenne River, South Dakota: Office building, $35,000; one dwelling, $7,500;

Chilocco, Oklahoma: Employees' quarters (student project), $7,500;

Consolidated Ute, Colorado: Office building, $30,000; employees' quarters, $15,000;

Flandreau, South Dakota: Employees' quarters (student project), $10,000;

Fort Berthold, North Dakota: Improvement of sewer system, $20,000;

Fort Peck, Montana: One dwelling, $7,500;

Great Lakes, Wisconsin: Addition to school building (Lac du Flambeau), $40,000;

Haskell Institute, Kansas: Employees' quarters (student project), $6,000; improvements to utilities, $10,000;

Hoopa Valley, California: Remodeling and enlarging hospital, $13,000;

Jicarilla, New Mexico: Improvements to power plant, $25,000; dormitory facilities, $75,000;

Keshena, Wisconsin: Dwellings for employees, $15,000;

Kiowa, Oklahoma: Riverside, dormitory facilities, $75,000; Fort Sill, dormitory facilities, $75,000;

Navajo, Arizona: Superintendent's residence (Window Rock), $10,-

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000; dwelling for employee at sheep experiment station (Fort Wingate), $6,500; employees' building (Fort Defiance), $75,000;

Pima, Arizona: Hospital and quarters, $175,000; one dwelling, $7,500;

Pine Ridge, South Dakota: Employees' cottages, $22,500;

Rocky Boy's, Montana: Improvements to sewer system, $15,000;

Rosebud, South Dakota: Quarters for hospital attendants, $15,000;

Sac and Fox, Iowa: Improvements to heating plant and distribution lines, $25,000;

Chemawa, Oregon: Remodeling and improving hospital, $15,000;

San Carlos, Arizona: One dwelling, $7,500;

San Xavier, Arizona: Cottages for employees, $15,000;

Sells, Arizona: Improving water supply, $15,000; cottages for employees, $15,000; warehouse, $20,000;

Seminole, Florida: Cottage for employee, $4,500;

Shawnee Sanatorium, Oklahoma: Remodeling women's semiambulant building, $25,000; fireproof auditorium and occupational-therapy building, $35,000;

Sherman Institute, California: Improvements to utilities, including the connection of the school sewer lines with the system of the city of Riverside, $35,000; warehouse (student project), $10,000;

Standing Rock, North Dakota: Utilities distribution lines, $35,000; jail and quarters, $15,000; cottages for employees, $22,500; dairy barn, $15,000;

United Pueblos, New Mexico: Cottages for employees, $8,000; remodeling dormitory (Santa Fe), $60,000; repairs to buildings (Taos), $10,000;

Warm Springs, Oregon: Dairy barn, $12,000; office building, $25,000;

Winnebago, Nebraska: Improvements to water system, $10,000; cottages for farm agents, $15,000;

For administrative expenses, including personal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere; not to exceed $2,500 for printing and binding; purchase of periodicals, directories, and books of reference; purchase and operation of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles; traveling expenses of employees; rent of office and storage space; telegraph and telephone tolls; and all other necessary expenses not specifically authorized herein, $175,000; in all, $1,936,500, to be immediately available, and to remain available until June 30, 1941: Provided, That not to exceed 10 per centum of the amount of any specific authorization may be transferred, in the discretion of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, to the amount of any other specific authorization, but no limitation shall be increased more than 10 per centum by any such transfer: Provided further, That the unexpended balances of appropriations made available under this head in the Interior Department Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1938, and in the Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1938, shall continue available for the same purposes until June 30, 1940.

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. 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

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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.

For fulfilling treaties with Pawnees, Oklahoma: For permanent annuity (article 2, treaty of September 24, 1857, and article 3, agreement of November 23, 1892), $30,000.

For payment of Sioux benefits to Indians of the Sioux reservations, as authorized by the Act of March 2, 1889 (25 Stat. 895), as amended, $250,000.

For payment of interest on moneys held in trust for the several Indian tribes, as authorized by various Acts of Congress, $950,000.

The balance of $262.18 of the fund appropriated by the Act of August 23, 1894 (28 Stat. 451), to pay the judgment of the Court of Claims in favor of the Western Cherokees, and turned into the Treasury of the United States pursuant to the Act of February 12, 1929 (45 Stat. 1164), and reappropriated and restored on the books of the Treasury to the credit of the Western Cherokees by the Act of May 9, 1938 (52 Stat. 318), is hereby made available for expenses of attorneys in connection with suits on behalf of said Indians.

Appropriations herein made for the support of Indians and administration of Indian property, the support of schools, including non-reservation boarding schools and for conservation of health among Indians shall be available for the purchase of supplies, materials, and repair parts, for storage in and distribution from central warehouses, garages, and shops, and for the maintenance and operation of such warehouses, garages, and shops, and said appropriations shall be reimbursed for services rendered or supplies furnished by such warehouses, garages, or shops to any activity of the Indian Service.

Appropriations made for the Indian Service for the fiscal year 1940 shall be available for travel expenses of employees on official business; for travel expenses and the cost of packing, crating, drayage, and transportation of personal effects of employees upon permanent change of station with or without a change in official position; for the purchase of ice, and for the purchase of rubber boots for official use of employees.

The appropriations available for expenditure for the benefit of the natives of Alaska may be used 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.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

Mineral leasing: For the enforcement of the provisions of the Acts of October 20, 1914 (48 U. S. C. 435), October 2, 1917 (30 U. S. C. 141), February 25, 1920 (30 U. S. C. 181), as amended, and March 4, 1921 (48 U. S. C. 444), and other Acts relating to the mining 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, $315,000, of which amount not to exceed $65,000 may be expended for personal services in the District of Columbia.

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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 the various points in the boundary line of the Glacier National Park and the international boundary, including not exceeding $2,200 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, $221,210.

SAINT ELIZABETHS HOSPITAL

For support, clothing, and treatment in Saint Elizabeths Hospital for the Insane of insane persons from the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, insane inmates of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, persons charged with or convicted of crimes against the United States who are insane, all persons who have become insane since their entry into the military and naval services of the United States, insane civilians in the quartermaster service of the Army, insane persons transferred from the Canal Zone who have been admitted to the hospital and who are indigent, American citizens legally adjudged insane in the Dominion of Canada whose legal residence in one of the States, Territories, or the District of Columbia it has been impossible to establish, insane beneficiaries of the United States Employees' Compensation Commission, insane beneficiaries of the United States Veterans' Administration, and insane Indian beneficiaries of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Approved, May 10, 1939.


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