Vol. IV, Laws     (Compiled to March 4, 1927)

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[Sixty-second Congress, second session, chap. 17, 1913.]

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Chapter 17
January 28, 1913 | [H. R. 45.] 37 Stat., 653.

An Act Affecting the town sites of Timber Lake and Dupree in South Dakota.

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Chap. 17 Public Lands. Reservations in Timber Lake and Dupree, S. Dak., town sites for public purposes.
Chap. 17 35 Stat., 463.
Chap. 17 Proviso. Payment for town lots.
Chap. 17 Portion for public buildings, etc.

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Volume 3, page 554, insert:

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to cause to be set apart and reserved for school, park and other public purposes not more than five acres of the lands not heretofore disposed of, within each of the town sites of Timber Lake and Dupree, in that portion of the Cheyenne River and Standing Rock Indian Reservations in the States of South Dakota and North Dakota, authorized to be disposed of under the Act of May twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and eight. Patents shall be issued for the lands so set apart and reserved for school, park or other public purposes to the said municipalities of Timber Lake and Dupree: Provided, That the purchase price of all town lots hereafter sold under the supervision of the Secretary of the Interior in the said town sites of Timber Lake and Dupree shall be paid at such times and in such installments and upon such terms as he may direct, and he shall cause twenty per centum of the net proceeds arising from such sales to be set apart and expended under his direction in the construction of schoolhouses or other public buildings or improvements in the respective town sites in which lots are sold.

Approved, January 28, 1913,

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