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Expenses of the Senate, but not exceeding one dollar and twenty-five cents per printed page, to be available until expended, fifty thousand

dollars. House of Represent

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

atives.

Folding speeches.

For folding speeches, four thousand dollars.

Indian Department.

INDIAN AFFAIRS.

Yuma and Colorado
River reservations,
Cal. and Ariz.

Townsite expenses.
Vol. 35, p. 77.

The appropriation of five thousand dollars, contained in the Act approved April thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eight, appearing on page seventy-seven of Volume Thirty-five, United States Statutes at Large, for townsite purposes in the Yuma Indian Reservation, California, and the Colorado Indian Reservation, in California and Arizona,

and to survey, plat and sell the tracts set apart, in such manner as the Repayments made Secretary of the Interior may prescribe, is hereby made available, available.

when reimbursed, for the purpose specified in the said Act of April

thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eight, and if not reimbursed by the Additional appro- time of the approval of this resolution, the sum of five thousand dolpriation.

lars is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be immediately available, which shall be reimbursed out of the funds arising from the sale of said lands, for the said purpose specified in the foregoing Act of April thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eight, to be continuously available, when reimbursed, until the provisions of the said Act have been carried into effect: Provided, That this appropriation may be advanced to such disbursing agents already designated or as may be hereafter designated by the Secretary of the Interior to pay the expenses properly arising thereunder.

Approved, May 11, 1910.

Proriso.
Advances.

May 18, 1910.

(No. 27.) Joint Resolution To provide for the printing as a House document of (H. J. Res. 191.)

five hundred thousand copies of Farmers' Bulletin Numbered Three hundred and (Pub. Res., No. 32.) ninety-one.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Farmers' Bulletin States of America in Congress assembled, That there be printed as a No. 391.

Printing as House House document five hundred thousand copies of Farmers' Bulletin document ordered.

Numbered Three hundred and ninety-one, entitled “ Economical Use Distribution. of Meats in the Home,” four hundred thousand copies thereof for the

use of the House of Representatives and one hundred thousand copies thereof for the use of the Senate.

Approved, May 18, 1910.

May 19, 1910. [No. 29.] Joint Resolution Authorizing the construction and maintenance of

(3. J. Res. 97.] wharves, piers, and other structures in Lake Michigan, adjoining certain lands in [Pub. Res., No. 33.] Lake County, Indiana.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Lake Michigan. States of America in Congress assembled, That the consent of Congress authorized in Laké is hereby given that the owners of the property known as sections County, Ind.

numbered thirty-two and twenty-nine, township thirty-seven north, range eight west of the second principal meridian, Lake County, Indiana, may fill the whole, or such portions thereof as they may elect, of the bed of Lake Michigan adjacent to such property and within the boundary established by the extension north of the east line of said section thirty-two and the west line of said section twentynine, out to a depth of water not exceeding twenty-five feet as now

Conditions for main. tenance, etc.

existing, and that such owners may build wharves, piers, and such
other structures as may be useful for occupancy, or to promote navi-
gation, inside of and out to said twenty-five-foot line: Provided, That Approval.
the work of construction shall be according to plans approved by the
Secretary of War and Chief of Engineers: Provided further, That the
Secretary of War and Chief of Engineers may impose such conditions
as in their judgment are proper as to the construction and supervision
of the work and as to the maintenance and management of the work
when completed, and on the failure at any time to comply with such
conditions the consent hereby given shall be deemed to be revoked
without further action of Congress: And provided further, That noth-
ing herein contained shall be construed as conferring any right, power,
or privilege in conflict with any law or statute of the State of Indiana,
in which said property is located, or to authorize any injury to private
property or invasion of private rights.

Approved, May 19, 1910.

Limitation.

June 6, 1910. [H.J. Res. 221.] (Pub. Res., No. 34.)

[No. 30.) Joint Resolution Making an appropriation to supply a deficiency in the appropriation for contingent expenses of the House of Representatives.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, What to supply a deficiency atives

House of Representin the appropriation for miscellaneous items and expenses of special Deficiency appro: and select committees of the House of Representatives for the fiscal gent expenses. year nineteen hundred and ten, exclusive of salaries and labor tuless specifically ordered by the House, there is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of thirty-five thousand dollars.

Approved, June 6, 1910.

Missouri and Kan. sas,

[No. 31.) Joint Resolution To enable the States of Missouri and Kansas to

June 7, 1910.

(H.J. Res. 160.] agree upon a boundary line and to determine the jurisdiction of crimes committed on the Missouri River and adjacent territories.

[Pub. Res., No. 35.) Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the consent of the Congress of the United States is hereby given to the States of Missouri Mayfix their boundand Kansas to enter into such agreement or compact as they may deem mine jurisdiction of desirable or necessary, not in conflict with the Constitution of the crimes committed on

Missouri River, etc. United States or of any law thereof, to agree upon and fix the boundary line between said States, and to cede, respectively, each to the other, such tracts or parcels of the territory of each State as may now or hereafter be separated from the main body thereof by the waters of the Missouri River, and also to adjudge and settle the jurisdiction to be exercised by said States, respectively, over offenses arising out of the violation of the laws of said States upon the waters of the Missouri River, and in such portions of each of said States as may be separated from the main body thereof by the waters of the Missouri River as aforesaid.

Approved, June 7, 1910.

[No. 32.] Joint Resolution To enable the States of Oregon and Washington to agree

June 10, 1910. upon a boundary line between said States where the Columbia River forms said

[S. J. Res. 88.) boundary.

[Pub. Res., No.36.) Resolved by the Senate and Ilouse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the consent of the Con- ington gress is hereby given to the States of Oregon and Washington to enter boundary line in the into such agreement or contract as they may deem desirable or nec- Columbia River. essary, not in conflict with the Constitution of the United States, or

Oregon and Wash

any law thereof, to fix the boundary line between said States where the Columbia River now forms said boundary, and to cede, respectively, each to the other, such islands, sands, tracts, or parcels of sand, title to which has heretofore been in dispute; that is to say, consent is hereby given to the State of Oregon to cede all such islands, sands, tracts, or parcels of land lying on the Washington side of the line so fixed and determined to be the boundary line between said States, and consent is given to the State of Washington to cede to the State of Oregon all such islands, sands, tracts, or parcels of land lying on the Oregon side of the line so fixed as the boundary line between said States. And thereafter said line so fixed shall become and be recognized as the true boundary line between said States.

Approved, June 10, 1910.

June 11, 1910. (H. J. Res. 188.) [Pub. Res., No. 37.]

[No.33.] Joint Resolution Making the Act entitled “An Act to provide for the appropriate marking of the graves of the soldiers and sailors of the confederate army and navy who died in northern prisons and were buried near the prisons where they died, and for other purposes," apply to the confederate mound in Oakwood Cemetery, at Chicago.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Gravesdiers

. confed- States of America in Congress assembled, That the Act entitled “An Marking in Oak- Act to provide for the appropriate marking of the graves of the solVol. 34, p. 68; Vol. diers and sailors of the confederate army and navy who died in north35, p. 567.

ern prisons and were buried near the prisons where they died, and for other purposes," approved March ninth, nineteen hundred and six, as heretofore continued in full force and effect, shall hereafter be construed to apply to the confederate mound in Oakwood Cemetery, at Chicago, anything in joint resolutions heretofore passed by Congress to the contrary notwithstanding.

Approved, June 11, 1910.

inte, p. 875.

June 22, 1910. (No. 34.] Joint Resolution To enable the States of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, (H. J. Res. 149.]

and Michigan to determine the jurisdiction of crimes committed on Lake Michigan. [Pub. Res., No. 38.]

Resolved by the Senate and Ilouse of Representutires of the United Lake Michigan. Wisconsin, Illinois,

States of America in Congress assembled, That the consent of the ConIndiana, and Michi- gress of the United States is hereby given to the States of Wisconsin, gan may settle juris

Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan, or any two or more of them, by such agreement or compact as they may deem desirable or necessary or otherwise, not in conflict with the Constitution of the United States or any law thereof, to determine and settle the jurisdiction to be exercised by said States, respectively, over offenses arising out of the violation of the laws of any of said States upon the waters of Lake · Michigan.

Approved, June 22, 1910.

diction of crimes committed on.

nial.

June 24, 1910.

[No. 35.) Joint Resolution Creating a commission to represent the United States (H.J. Reg. 232.)

at the celebration of the first centennial of the Republic of Mexico. [Pub, Res., No. 39.]

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Mexican centen. States of America in Congress assembled, That a commission is hereby

Commission author. created, consisting of three Senators, to be appointed by the President ized to represent of the Senate, and three Members of the House of Representatives, to

be appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and three persons, to be appointed by the President of the United States, to represent the United States at the celebration of the first centennial of the Republic of Mexico, at the City of Mexico, in said Republic of Mexico, during the month of September, nineteen hundred and ten.

Approved, June 24, 1910.

United States at.

Ante, p. 775.

[No. 36.] Joint Resolution Limiting the editions of the publications of the Bureau June 25, 1910. of Mines.

(8. J. Res. 107.)

(Pub. Res., No. 40.] Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, Íhat the publications of the Bureau of Mines.

Editions of publicaBureau of Mines shall be published in such editions as recommended tions limited. by the Secretary of the Interior, but not to exceed ten thousand Ante, p. 742. copies for the first edition. Sec. 2. That whenever the edition of any of the publications of the

Additional copies to

meet demands. Bureau of Mines shall have become exhausted and the demand for it continuc3, there shall be published, on the requisition of the Secretary of the Interior, as many additional copies as the Secretary of the Interior may deem necessary to meet the demand.

Approved, June 25, 1910.

. Loan of tents, etc.,

at

[No. 37.) Joint Resolution Authorizing the Secretary of War to loan certain tents

June 25, 1910.

(S. J. Res. 116.) to the Appalachian Exposition Company.

[Pub. Res., No. 41.) Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War si Appalachian Expobe, and he is hereby, authorized, at his discretion and under such restrictions as are usual in such cases, to loan to the Appalachian Knoxville, Tenn. Exposition Company, at Knoxville, Tennessee, two hundred wall tents, with flies, poles, and pins, for the use of said company at the exposition to be held in Knoxville, September twelfth to October twelfth, nineteen hundred and ten, and to deliver the said property to the Appalachian Exposition Company at such time prior to the date of said exposition as may be agreed upon between the Secretary of War and said company: Provided, That the Secretary of War shall, before delivering such property, take from the Appalachian Exposition Company a good and sufficient bond for the safe return of said property in good order and condition, the whole transaction to be without expense to the Government of the United States.

Approved, June 25, 1910.

Proviso.
Indemnity bond.

[No. 38.] Joint Resolution Extending the time for the filing of claims under the

June 25, 1910.

(S. J. Res. 117.) provisions of the Act of February twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred and two.

[Pub. Res., No. 42.) Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Stotes of America in Congress assembled, That the time for filing claims Property of confedunder the provisions of the Act of February twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred and two, and amendments thereto, for horses, saddles, von, 82p. Vol. and bridles taken from confederate soldiers in violation of terms of 35, p. 499. surrender and for the payment thereof, is extended for two years from the passage of this joint resolution; and all claims not presented within this time shall be forever barred.

Approved, June 25, 1910.

erate soldiers.
Time for filing

for, extended.

June 25, 1910. [No. 39.) Joint Resolution Making an appropriation to permit the President to

(S. J. Res. 120.) protect lands and property in Imperial Valley, California.

[Pub. Res., No. 43.) Resolved by the Senate and Tlouse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of one million Imperial Valley, dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appro- Appropriation priated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, how to be expended by the President for the purpose of protecting the River. lands and property in the Imperial Valley and elsewhere along the Colorado River, within the limits of the United States, against injury or destruction by reason of the changes in the channels of the Colo

to overColorado

of

ico.

Expenditure in Mex: rado River, and the President is authorized to expend any portion of

such money within the limits of the Republic of Mexico as he may deem proper in accordance with such agreements for the purpose as he may make with the Republic of Mexico.

Approved, June 25, 1910.

June 25, 1910. [H. J. Res. 116.) [Pub. Res., No. 44.]

[No. 40.) Joint Resolution To amend and correct chapter two hundred and seventy-one of volume thirty-five, United States Statutes at Large.

amended.

Resolved by the Senate and Tlouse of Representatives of the United 10. 35, p. 815, States of America in Congress assembled, That the words “five per

centum” in the last proviso of chapter two hundred and seventy-one of volume thirty-five of the United States Statutes at Large be changed to read twenty per centum,” so that the said chapter when

so changed shall read as follows: Necessary resurveys “That the Secretary of the Interior may, in his discretion, cause to authorized

be made, as he may deem wise under the rectangular system now provided by law, such resurveys or retracements of the surveys of public lands as, after full investigation, be may deem essential to properly

mark the boundaries of the public lands remaining undisposed of: Bonn tide rights not Provided, That no such resurvey or retracement shall be so executed impaired.

as to impair the bona fide rights or claims of any claimant, entryman, Amount for, in

or owner of lands affected by such resurvey or retracement: Provided creased to 20 per cent.

further, That not to exceed twenty per centum of the total annual appropriation for surveys and resurveys of the public lands shall be used for the resurveys and retracements authorized hereby.”

Approved, June 25, 1910.

Provisos.

June 25, 1910. (H. J. Res. 127.] [Pub. Res., No. 45.1

pensation.

Commission to in

Report.

[No. 41.] Joint Resolution For appointment of commission to investigate the matter of employer's liability and workman's compensation.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Employer's liability States of America in Congress assembled, That a commission be, and it

is hereby, created, consisting of two members of the Senate, to be vestigate, authorized. appointed by the President of the Senate, and two members of the

House of Representatives, to be appointed by the Speaker thereof, together with two persons to be selected by the President of the United States, for the purpose of making a thorough investigation of the subject of employer's liability and workman's compensation, said commission to submit a report through the President to the Congress of the United States not later than the first Monday in December, nineteen hundred and eleven; and any vacancy occurring on said com

mission shall be filled in the same manner as the original appointment. Experts, etc. To carry out the purpose of this resolution the commission hereby

· created is authorized to employ persons who are familiar with the subject, and take such other steps as are necessary to make a thorough

examination in the matter. Recommendations. In submitting its report the commission shall recommend to Congress

such legislation as to the commission seems advisable.

All expenses of said commission, together with compensation to be fixed by the President for the two members of the commission to be appointed by the President, for all time in which said commission shall be actually engaged in this investigation, shall be paid out of any funds in the Treasury of the United States not otherwise appropriated, on a certificate of the chairman of said commission, who shall be selected from the membership of the commission named under this resolution, and the sum necessary for carrying out the provisions of this resolution is hereby appropriated: Provided, That the total expense authorized by this resolution shall not exceed the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, which shall include the compensation herein authorized.

for

Appropriation expenses.

Proriso.
Limit.

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