Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1941.
|Chap. 592||Chamberlain. S. Dak.
25 Stat., 896, vol. 1, 336.
Construction, etc., tourist cabins on American Island by, authorized.
|Chap. 592||Operation of amusement, athletic, etc., facilities.|
|Chap. 592||Lease of portion for Girl Scout, etc., encampments.|
|Chap. 592||Provisos. Enterprises; ownership, operation, etc.; use of profits.|
|Chap. 592||Regulatory Provisions.|
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That notwithstanding, the provisions of section 21, as amended, of the Act entitled "An Act to divide a portion of the reservation of the Sioux Nation of Indians in Dakota into separate reservations and to secure the relinquishment of the Indian title to the remainder, and for other purposes", approved March 2, 1889, the city of Chamberlain, South Dakota, is authorized, for the purpose of maintaining, developing, and policing American Island, South Dakota, to construct, equip, and maintain a tourist camp and tourist cabins on such island and to charge for the use thereof; to operate and maintain amusement, recreational, and athletic facilities on such island, to charge for admission thereto, and to collect reasonable fees for any concessions granted in connection with amusement, recreational, and athletic entertainments; to lease to Girl Scout and Boy Scout organizations such grounds and quarters on such island as may be necessary for their encampments; and to maintain improvements placed on such island by or in cooperation with the National Park Service: Pro-
vided, That all enterprises operated on American Island shall be owned and operated by the city of Chamberlain and all profit derived therefrom shall be maintained by such city in a separate fund, which shall be used exclusively for the maintenance, development, and policing of such island: Provided further, That this Act shall become effective only after the city of Chamberlain makes regulatory provision to carry out the terms of the Act and after such regulations have been certified to the secretary of the Interior.
Approved, August 12, 1937.