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FIFTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Cris. 2567,2568. 1906. 205 _ 2567.-Aii Act Making appropriations to supply additional urgent deli- liiar 31- 1906- ciencies in appropriahons for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and six, and for other [H' R‘ 19572*] purposes.[Public, Nc. 186.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the ,pU§§;§fu§jff§i°“°‘°” t Treasury is hereby authorized and directed to transfer to the credit of lE\i¥9<?S¤1¤0S.¢<>11f¤S- the appropriation °‘ Fees of witnesses, United States courts, nineteen jugs.?} ""°“°”°S nd hundred and six," sixty thousand dollars of the unexpended balance of ,cQ,§“““"“ "““‘“‘ the appropriation “Fees of witnesses, United States courts, nineteen ` hundred and five," and to the credit of the appropriation "‘Fees of jurors, United States courts, nineteen hundred and six," thirt thousand dollars of the unexpended balance of the appro riation “Fees of juiiors, Unitpld States couikts, nineteen hundred and tii*e." 0 meett eex nses o o nin toentr and settlement durin the °¥’“"*"*‘I"*““'}{°§‘ iiseal years nineteieth hundredftnd gix and iiinemeu hundred and éven erE¤ti>giiF$;gel]trl`LtL` the ceded lands of the Flathead Indian Reservation in the State of · Montana, under Act of April twenty-third, nineteen hundred and four; Vol- 33. r- withe Crow Indian Reservation in the State of Montana, under Act of V<>r $3. v-351 April twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred and four; the Yakima Indian V<>1-33»1>-595- Reservation in the State of Washington under Act of December twenty-trst, nineteen hundred and four; the Shoshone Indian Reser- V°’·°3·*’·1°1°· vation in the State of Wyoming, under Act of March third, nineteen hundred and five, and such other Indian reservations that may be open • to entry and settlement during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and seven, the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appéczpriated out of anly money in the Treasury not otherwise appropria , to continue avai able during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and seven: Provided, That theexpenses €»··;vig>»· L pertaining to the opening of each of said reservations and id for out ° m ummm of this appropriation shall be reimbursed to the United Shtcs from the money received from the sale of the lands embraced in said reservations, respectively: Provided farther, That clerks detailed to assist c,g{;_°"““°°“ ‘° in the opening of said reservations, while on such duty, shall be allowed per diem, in lieu of subsistence, at a rate not exceeding three dollars per day each, and actual necessary expenses for transportation, including necessary sleeping-car fares. Approved, May 31, 1906. CHAP. 2588.-An Act Authorizing the construction of a dam across the Pend -l‘tg°gd,,},"f6· d’Oreille River, in the State of Washington, by the Pend d’Oreille Development ,_...;.;_ Company, for the development of water power, electrical power, and for other lPub1i<=.N¤-187.] purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Regwesentatiees of the United _ _ States of America in Congress assemble , That the consent of Congress mlxffl d 0 ¥ ° ’ I *° is hereby granted to, and it shall be lawful fo1·, the Pend d’()re1lle `_ei;g:geg;0r€;2fmQlc§ Development Compavpy, a corporatmn duly Incorporated under the ,,,,yd,m,.m;gF,.n,_ laws of the State o ashington, its successors or assigns, to construct wmund maintain a dam across the Pend d’Oreille River at a point at or about the Big Falls (sometimes known as Metaline Falls) on the Pend d`Oreille River, in the county of Stevens, State of Wrashington, such point to be selected by the Pend d’()reille Development Company, its successors or assigns, at said falls, or within onethousand feet above or below the same, for the purpose of erecting, operating, and maintaining a power station, and to maintain inlet an outlet races or canals, and to make such other improvements as may be necessary for the development of water power, electrical power, and the transmission of the same, subject always to the provisions and