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Power of commission,

To carry out and give effect to the provisions of this resolution, the commission hereby created shall have power to issue subpoenas, administer oaths, summon witnesses, require the production of books and papers, and receive testimony taken before any proper officer in any State or Territory of the United States.

Approved, June 25, 1910.

Wisconsin Central

Time of residence

[No. 42.) Joint Resolution Construing section six of the Act of May twenty-ninth, June 25, 1910. nineteen hundred and eight, entitled

(H. J. Res. 161.) ** An Act authorizing a resurvey of certain townships in the State of Wyoming, and for other purposes.

[Pub. Res., No. 46.) Resolved by the Senate and lIouse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That in computing the time

Railroad grants. for which credit shall be given to the homestead settlers, their widows or minor heirs, under the provisions of section six of the Act of May allow edejected home. twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and eight, entitled “An Act authorizing the resurvey of certain townships in the State of Wyoming, and Vol. 35, p. 466. for other purposes,” credit shall be given for the full period of actual residence upon the lands to which they were unable to complete title: Provided, Ibat such credit shall not extend beyond the date of judg- Limited. ments in ejectment against such settlers rendered by the courts.

Sec. 2. That the limitation of time in which second entries may for stemnú entries. be made under section six of the Act aforesaid shall be extended for the period of twelve months from the date of the passage of this resolution.

Approved, June 25, 1910.

Extension of time

[No. 43.) Joint Resolution To authorize the appointment of a commission in relation to universal peace.

June 25, 1910. [H, J. Res. 223.) (Pub. Res., No. 47.)

Universal peace.
Commission author-

Resolved by the Senate and Ilouse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That a commission of five members be appointed by the President of the United States to con- ized to consider means sider the expediency of utilizing existing international agencies for for, the purpose of limiting the armaments of the nations of the world by international agreement, and of constituting the combined navies of the world an international force for the preservation of universal peace, and to consider and report upon any other means to diminish the expenditures of government for military purposes and to lessen the probabilities of war: Provided, That the total expense authorized by this Joint Resolution shall not exceed the sum of ten thousand dollars and that the said commission shall be required to make final report within two years from the date of the passage of this resolution.

Approved, June 25, 1910.

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Restriction of pense.

ex

[No. 44.) Joint Resolution Authorizing the Secretary of W'ar to loan certain tents,

June 25, 1910.

(H. J. Res. 229.] cots and stretchers for the use of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, at Detroit, Michigan, in July, nineteen hundred and ten.

(Pub. Res., No. 48.) Resolved by the Senate und House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War Protective Order of be, and he is hereby, authorized to loan, at his discretion, to the Board Elks, Detroit, Mich. of Trustees of Detroit Lodge number thirty-four of the Benevolent to Loan of tents, etc., and Protective Order of Elks, for the use of the Grand Lodge Reunion of said order, to be held at Detroit, Michigan, July eleventh to July seventeenth, nineteen hundred and ten, twenty wall tents, with poles, ridges, and pins for each, four hundred cots, and forty stretchers: Provided, That no expense shall be caused the United States Govern

No expense. ment by the delivery and return of such property, the same to be

Provisos.

delivered to said committee designated at such time prior to the date of said reunion as may be agreed upon by the Secretary of War and Vincent Field, chairman of said Board of Trustees: And provided

further, That the Secretary of War shall, before delivering such Indemnity bond. property, take from Vincent Field a good and sufficient bond for the

safe return of said property in good order and condition, and the whole without expense to the United States.

Approved, June 25, 1910.

June 25, 1910. [No. 45.) Joint Resolution To pay the officers and employees of the Senate and (H. J. Res. 238.)

House of Representatives their respective salaries for the month of June, nineteen [Pub. Res., No. 49.] hundred and ten, on the day of adjournment of the present session.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Congressional offi- States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the 1910, salaries on day' Senate and the Clerk of the House of Representatives be, and they of adjournment.

are hereby, authorized and instructed to pay the officers and employees of the Senate and House of Representatives, including the Capitol police, their respective salaries for the month of June, nineteen

hundred and ten, on the day of adjournment of the present session; Clerkshire, toa Mem- and the Clerk of the House of Representatives is authorized to pay,

on the said day, to Members and Delegates their allowance for clerk hire for the said month of June.

Approved, June 25, 1910.

ben statue.

June 25, 1910. (H. J. Res. 240.)

[No. 46.] Joint Resolution To carry out the provisions of an Act to present a

replica of the statue of General Von Steuben to the German Emperor and to the (Pub. Res., No. 50.] German Nation.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United replica o pri von Steu States of America in Congress assembled, That there is hereby appro

priated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of five thousand dollars to enable the Secretary of State, pursuant to an Act passed at the present session of Congress, to present to the German Emperor and to the German people a replica of the statue of General Von Steuben that is to be erected in Washington, District of Columbia.

Approved, June 25, 1910.

Ante, p. 605.

June 25, 1910.

(No. 47.] Joint Resolution Authorizing the President of the United States to (S. J. Res, 119.)

invite the International Congress of Refrigeration to hold its third meeting in the [Pub. Res., No. 51.] United States of America.

Resolved by the Senate and Ilouse of Representatives of the United International Con States of America in Congress assenibled, "That the President of the Invited to meet in United States be, and is hereby, authorized to invite the International United States.

Congress of Refrigeration, now about to assemble in the city of Vienna,

to hold its third meeting in the United States of America: Provided, No appropriation for expense.

however, That no appropriation shall be asked or granted for any expense connected with said congress.

Approved, June 25, 1910.

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INDEX TO THE FOREGOING PUBLIC LAWS AND RESOLUTIONS.

Page.
381
381

342

657

555

847

583

203

437
437
438

438
438
438
438
439

A.

Page. | Advertising, P. C.,

appropriation for general.
"A. B. Wolvin,Steamer,

for notices of taxes in arrears.
change of name authorized.

234 African Slave Trade, International Bureau
Abandoned Military Reservations,

for Repressing,
appropriation for surveys, etc.

741 appropriation for annual contribution to...
Abandoned Wife or Child, D. C.,

Agate Bay, Minn.,
moneys paid by order of juvenile court for appropriation for improvement of harbor..
support to be covered into the

Agreements, Interstate Commerce,
Treasury; disbursements...

403 filed by carriers with Commission, to be
Aberdeen, Wash..

preserved as public records.
acquiring site for public building at, Agricultural College, Colorado State,
authorized...

692 sale of public lands to State for..
Abilene, Kans.,

Agricultural Department (see Department of
construction of public building authorized

Agriculture).
at.

681 Agricultural Entries on Coal Lands,
Abita River, La.,

provisions for; reservation of coal rights..
preliminary examination of, to be made... 671 | Agricultural Exhibition, International,
Absaroka National Forest, Mont.,

deficiency appropriation for participation
appropriation for maintenance, etc., of.... 425

in, at Buenos Aires...
Absecon Creek, N. J.,

Agricultural Experiment Stations Office, De-
preliminary examination of, to be made... 673

partment of Agriculture,
Absecon Inlet, N. J.,

appropriation for salaries...
preliminary examination of, to be made... 673 for general expenses...
Accidents on Railways (see also Railway

for administrative expenses.
Accidents),

for stations, Alaska, Hawaii, Porto
appropriation for securing, etc., reports on.. 720

Rico, and Guam....
Accounting and Cost of Work Offices,

for reports on farmers' institutes.
appropriation for establishing, at navy-

for nutrition investigations...
yards and stations..

607 for irrigation investigations..
Accounting Officers of the Treasury,

for drainage investigations...
deficiency appropriation for paying claims Agricultural Report,
certified by.

... 219, 808 appropriation for printing and binding....
directed to allow from militia allotments to Agriculture,
States, etc., expenses of maneuvers

census schedules relating to persons en-
with Army in 1908..

329

gaged in, etc..
Accounts and Records, Treasury Department,

irrigation acreage added.
appropriation for investigations, etc., to Agriculture, International Institute of,
secure better administrative methods

appropriation for payment of quota.
of.....

493 deficiency appropriation for quota.
deficiency appropriation for investigations Agriculture of the United States,

to secure better administration of... 204 census schedules of inquiries.
Actors, Alien Professional,

irrigation acreage added..
contract labor exclusion not applicable to.. 264 schedules of cattle, etc., slaughtered for
Adding Machines,

food, and all hides produced.......
appropriation for, in office of Auditor for Aids to Navigation (see also Light-Houses,
Post-Office Department..

489

Beacons, and Fog Signals),
Adjutant-General's Department, Army,

additional authorized...
appropriation for contingencies, depart-

relief vessel for general service..
ment headquarters, etc...

244 additional post lights for rivers, etc..
for pay of officers; longevity.

247 first district: Otter Island, Me., light and
Adjutant-General's Office, War Department,

fog signal.....
appropriation for clerks, etc.

501 Boon Island, Me., fog signal..
for rent..

504 Monhegan Island, Me., light and sub-
Administrative Methods, Treasury Department,

marine signal buoy.
appropriation for investigations, etc., to

second district: Lovells Island depot,
secure better..

493

Mass., changed to Governors Island.
deficiency appropriation for.

third district: Hunts Point, N. Y., light
Admission of New States (see Arizona and

and fog signal station..
New Mexico).

Hudson River, N. Y., at mouth of
Adulterated Insecticides, etc.,

Rondout Creek, light and fog signal
prevention of manufacture, shipping,

station.....
of....

331

Stony Point reservation, roads, etc....

769

227
227

343
774

227
227

228

534
534
534

534
534

535

535

204

535

etc.,

535
535

i

247680-61-2-PT 1-46

438

house

Aids to Navigation-Continued.
fourth district: Edgemoor depot, Del., im-

provements..
Miah Maull station, Delaware Bay,

limit of cost increased...
Cross Ledge station, N.J., discontinued.
Joe Flogger Shoal station, limit of cost

increased..
Eagle Point, N. J., range lights.
fifth district: Baltimore, Md., Fort Mc-

Henry Channel, range lights...
Norfolk, Va., harbor range lights.

Bogue Sound, N. C., range lights.
sixth district: Savannah River, Bloody

Point range lights....
Cape Fear River, below Wilmington,

N. C., lights and signals.
light vessel, mouth of Saint Johns

River, Fla.
eighth district: Port Eads depot, La., re-

moved to New Orleans..
light vessel, Galveston Bay, Tex., loca-

tion changed....
ninth district: light-vessel White Shoal,

Lake Michigan, moved to Indiana

Shoals....
Saint Joseph depot, Mich., barge.
light-vessel, North Manitou Island,

Lake Michigan...
tenth district; Lorain, Ohio, range lights..

Huron, Ohio, range lights..
light-vessel, Lake Erie, Point Abino and

Sturgeon Point....
Sandusky, Ohio, harbor entrance, light

and fog-signal station..
eleventh district; Detroit depot, Mich., oil
Lake Superior, Michigan and Gull

islands, light and fog-signal station..
twelfth district; Anacapa Island, (al.,

light and fog-signal station...
Army Point, Cal., light and fog-signal

station....
Humboldt Bay depot, Cal., coal shed..
Point Loma, Cal., fog signal, etc..
Santa Cruz, Cal., light and fog-signal

station...
thirteenth district; Eliza Island, Belling-

ham Bay, Wash., light and fog-

signal station.
Battery Point, Wash., light station,

limit of coast increased.
Alaskan waters, additional aids in.
construction, etc., contracts authorized....
restriction on changing stations of vessel

repealed...
provisions for Bureau of Light-Houses.....
Alabama,
investigation of portion of southern bound-

ary line directed...
Alabama Indians in Texas,

investigation, etc., of condition of......
Alabama River, Ala.,
appropriation for improvement of; exten-

sion permitted..
Alamo National Forest, N. Mex.,

appropriation for maintenance, etc., of....
Alaska,
appropriation for salaries, government in..
for contingent expenses..
for military cable and telegraph lines..
for constructing military roads, etc., in..
for native pupils brought to Indian

schools..

Page. Alaska-Continued.

Page.
appropriation for surveying and marking
535
boundary with Canada...

343
for relief of shipwrecked American
535
seamen in..

346
535 for emergency mail service in.

361
for mail equipments for...

362
535 for agricultural experiment stations.
535 for surveyor-general, clerks, etc.

517
for surveying public lands in.

741
535 for inspecting coal mines, ctc., in. 742
535
for care of insane persons.

744
535 for education of natives.

744
restriction on expenditures.

744
536

under Commissioner of Education.. 744
for reindeer stations...

744
536 for protection of game.

745
for incidental expenses, court officials.. 748
536 for traveling expenses, court officials.. 748
for lighting waters of...

754
536 for salmon fisheries...

763
for protecting seal fisheries in...

763
536 for hospitals for temporary detention of

the insane, at Fairbanks and Nome;
contracts, etc...

852
536 deficiency appropriation for investigating
536
mineral resources of..

212
for traveling expenses, court officials.. 214
536 for incidental expenses, court officials.. 214
536 for support of reindeer...

222, 810
536 for contingent expenses.

226
for exhibit of, Lewis and Clark Exposi-
536
tion, Oreg..

810
additional aids to navigation in waters of,
536
authorized..

537
mineral lands, time extended for filing
536
adverse claims, etc..

459
miner's labor lien provisions.

848
536 time extended for building Alaska Short
Line Railroad...

459
536 white-slave traffic provisions applicable
to...

827
536 Alaska Criminal Code Amendments,
536

Sec. 173, Punishment for unlawful kill-
537

ing of fur-bearing animals in Alaska;
regulations.

327
537

Sec. 176, Pribilof Islands declared a spe-
cial government reservation.

327
punishment for landing on, etc.

327
537
Sec. 177, Unauthorized killing of seals on
Pribilof Islands, unlawful..

327
537
privilege to natives for food, etc.

327
537

Sec. 178, Killing female or young seals
537
unlawful: exception.

328
any seal in waters adjacent to Pribilof
537
Islands, or on rocks, etc..

328
537
punishment for..

328
Alaska Short Line Railway and Navigation

Сот рату,
844

time extended for construction of railroad
by...

459
274

Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition,

refund of erroneous charge for engraving
646
and printing....

206
Alaskan Seal Fisheries,
425 appropriation for protecting.

711
for salaries of agents, etc.

763
500 for food, etc., to natives.

763
500 killing of fur seals on Pribilof Islands under
245

regulations of Secretary of Com-
257
merce and Labor....

326
confined to officials and natives..

326
271 limited to adult males..

326

Page.

690

643

802

327

270

636

654
678

643
670

235

703

688

337

635
729

Alaskan Seal Fisheries-Continued.

Page. | Alliance, Nebr.,
sealskins to be sold by Secretary of Com-

acquiring site for public building at,
merce and Labor; proceeds.. 326

authorized..
subject to future treaty provisions. 326 Alligator Creek, S. C.,
employment of natives.

327

appropriation for improvement of water-
killing fur-bearing animals in Alaska pro-

ways between Charleston and....
hibited....

327
penalty; forfeiture of vessels, etc.

327

Allison, William B., late a Senator,
regulations for permitting.

deficiency appropriation for

to
327

pay
special authority for fur seals

nephews and nieces..
Pribilof Islands declared a special reserva-

Allotments in Severalty to Indians (see also
tion....

327

Lands in Severalty to Indians),
landing, etc., on, unlawful.

327

annual statement of cost of work for, to be
punishment for....

327

made...
killing seals on, unlawful; exception... 327 Alloway Creek, N. J.,

use of firearms, etc., prohibited... 327 appropriation for improvement of..
allowed for food, etc., to natives; re-

Almshouse, D. C., (see Home for Aged and
strictions..

327

Infirm, D. C.).
female and young seals; exception.... 328 Alpena, Mich.,
in adjacent waters, on beaches, etc... 328 appropriation for improvement of harbor..
punishment for; forfeitures of ves-

limit of cost increased, public building...
sels, etc.

328

Altamaha River, Ga.,
hunting, etc., fur seals in Pacific Ocean un-

appropriation for improvement of...
lawful...

328 preliminary examination of, to be made...
appointment of additional officers, agents,

Alter Road, Detroit, Mich.,
and employees authorized..

328 granted to Detroit for a public highway;
purchase of present leases for sealing on

reversion....
islands of Saint Paul and Saint

Alton, IV.,
George.

328 appropriation for public building..
maintenance of depots, etc.

328 | Amarillo, Ter.,
food, clothing, etc., to natives.

328 acquiring site and erecting public building
inconsistent laws repealed.

328

at, authorized....
appropriation for expenses.

328

Ambassadors,
Alaskan Waters,

appropriation for...
additional aids to navigation authorized in. 537 Ambrose Channel, New York Harbor,
Albany, Ga.,

appropriation for maintenance of.'.
appropriation for public building....... 703 for improvement of.
Albemarle and Chesa peake Canal,

American Ephemeris, Nautical Almanac and,
purchase of, authorized as part of water-

appropriation for preparing..
way Norfolk to Beaufort Inlet...... 640 | American Ethnology,
Albemarle Sound, N. C.,

appropriation for continuing researches...
appropriation for improvement of water American Historical Association,
way from Norfolk to.

640 appropriation for printing and binding an-
Albemarle Street NW., D. C.,

nual report of..
deficiency appropriation for extending.... 783 American National Red Cross,
Albion, Mich..

punishment for unauthorized use of name
acquiring site and erecting public building

or emblem..
at, authorized...

686 control of endowment fund..
Albuquerque, N. Mer.,

American Republics, International Bureau of,
appropriation for Indian school......

278 appropriation for expenses.
limit of cost increased, public building... 678 deficiency appropriation for maintenance of
Alcohol, Denatured,

new building.
appropriation for chemists, etc., office of American Seamen, Shipurecked,

Commissioner of Internal Revenue. 491 appropriation for life-saving testimonials
Alien Prostitutes (see White Slave Traffic

for rescuing...
Act).

for relief and protection of, in foreign
Alienation Restrictions,

countries, etc.
appropriation for removing, from Five American States, Fourth International Con-
Civilized Tribes allottees..

281

ference of,
Aliens (see also Naturalization of Aliens),

deficiency appropriation for expenses of
deficiency appropriation for naturalization

representation at.
of....

812, 814

for transporting delegates, etc., to....
certificates of citizenship may be issued in

use of Army transport to convey represent-
certain cases without proof of decla-

atives to, authorized; expenses.....
ration of intention..

831 Amite River, La.,
classes excluded admission into United

appropriation for improvement of.......
States..

263 Amite River, La. and Miss.,
exceptions.

264 preliminary examination of, to be made...
deportation of prostitutes, etc.

265 | Ammunition, Army,
Alkali Resistant Crops,

appropriation for small arms, etc
appropriation for breeding, etc.

422 for firing morning and evening gun.
Allegheny River, Pa.,

for small-arms target practice, etc..
appropriation for improvement of; open-

for issue to institutions, etc.
channel work.

638 for blank, for troops at maneuver camps.
for improvement of; Dam No. 3...

638 for mountain, etc., cannon...

509

718

769

604
604

342

203

340

346

203
775

877

647

671

260
260
260
260
261
597

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