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SIXTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Cns. 118, 120, 121. 1916. 12] CHAP. 118.-—An Act Permit the MondakB eCom to · W l°» m6- tain, and operate a bridge acrom/63% Mimouri Rivernfigthe Stgildlbf M‘b(i1ntia.hii.1f:t’ mam lH·yR· mm] yrubuc, No. 14. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United www .R. I States og America in Congress assembled, 'l`hat the consent of Congress mqnoailnqiigioom. is here y granted to the Mondak Bnd e Company, a corporation }§‘,{‘,f§‘,$,{b,§’§*,§§§,h,§$ organized under the laws of the State ofglllontana, and its successors ¤<>¤¤¢i¤¤» M¤¤¤- and assigns, to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge and approaches thereto across the Missouri River at a point suitable to the mterests of navigation at or near sections fourteen and fifteen, town- l·°°““°°· ship twenty-six north, ran e fifty-nine east, Montana principal meridian, in the counties of Sheridan and Richland, in the State of Montana, at least one-half mile distant from the existing bridge of _ the Great Northern Railwa Company in that vicinity, in accordance °°` with the provisions of the Act entitled "An Act to re§.late the con- V°l’ u' p' 8* struction of bridges over navigable waters," approved arch twenty- third, nineteen undred and six. Sec. 2. That the right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby ‘°°°°dm°"°‘ expressly reserved. Approved, May 10, 1916. ` CHAP. 120.-An Act To amend section eight of an Act entitled "An Act to sup- zgim plement existing laws against unlawful restraints and monopolies, and for other ————;i- purposes," approved October fifteenth, nineteen hundred and fourteen. lP“bl*°· N°· 75-1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States ey America in Congress assembled, That section eight of an Act entitle "An Act to supplement existing laws against unlawful 38 restraints and monopolies, and for other pm·poses," approved maniac. ’ p` m' October fifteenth, nineteen hundred and fomteen, be, and the same is _ hereby, amended by striking out the period at the end of the second clause of said section, inserting in lieu thereof a colon, and adding to said clause the following: F d I "And promkledjurther, That nothing in this Act shall prohibit any 1¤mis.°” !°°°"° officer, director, or employee of any member bank or class A director ,,,,1;°"§{§“"Q{,‘ ,{,°,Q,§‘}‘,; of a Federal reserve bank, who shall first rocure the consent of the ¤<»;' rggéwihgn tw Federal Reserve Board, which board is lhereby authorized, at its °° °r ° °‘ discretion, to grant, withhold, or revoke such consent, from being an officer, director, or employee of not more than two other banks, banking associations, or trust companies, whether organized under the laws of the United States or any State, if such other bank, banking association, or trust company is not in substantial competition with such member bank. of F ‘ ‘ The consent of the Federal Reserve Board may be procured before ]guu·d, °d°”° the person applying therefor has been elected as a class A director of a Federal reserve bank or as a director of any member bauk." Approved, May 15, 1916. . . May I5, 1916. CHAP. 121.--An Act To amend section fifty-two hundred and thuty-four of the (EL R_ 357,1] Revised Statutes of the United States so as to permit the Comptroller of the Currency ·····—·r·;—··· to deposit upon interest the assets of insolvent national banks in other national banks lP“bh°* N°‘ 76*] of the same or of an adjacent city or town. . Be lit enacted by the Senate and House r<i_rg]Representat¤I·ves of the United States cj America in Congress assembled, at section £nft_y—tWo hundred §]”‘m,,_ and thu‘ty-four of the Revised Statutes of the United States be 1=·- 18% ¤¤¤¤¤d·d- amended y adding at the end thereof the following: