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SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Srss. III. CHS. 120-123. 1921. 125]. ceived by the Osage Tribe of Indians as royalties from production of oil and gas, the per centum levied as ross production tax, to be dis- _ tributed as {provided by the laws of %)klahoma: Provided, That the {»,§°,'§§’,;, to Om, Secretary 0 the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to pay, gpi*j,¤*Y f°*' meds em ges, {rom royalties. through the pro er officers of the Osage Agency, to Osa e County, Oklahoma, an adiditional sum equal to 1 per centum of tie amount received by the Os e Tribe of Indians as royalties from production . of oil and gas, whibb sum shall be used by said county only for the construction and maintenance of roads and bridges therein: Pro- ,,,§§P°’” °“ ““° °‘ vided farther, That the proper officials of Osage County shall make an annual report to the Secretary of the Interior showing that said fnmd has been used for road and bridge construction and maintenance only. Approved, March 3, 1921. . . . March 3, 1921. CHAP. 121.-An Act To provide for the closing of Cedar Road between Quincy S. som.] Street and Shepherd Street northwest, in the District of Columbia. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ States of America in Congress assembled, That the commissioners are g§°§“§Q$§l“‘§$t?; hereby authorized to close Cedar Road between Quincy Street and °¤b¢°1°¤¤d· Shepherd Street northwest, in the District of Columbia. Approved, March 3, 1921. CHAP. 122.-—-An Act Relating to the title to land to be acquired as asite for a 1{§iv§·3ég§f post-oiice building at Spring Valley, Illinois. ['f?bIi¢. No- 362-l Be it enacted by the Senate and House ¢y"Re esentatives o the United States of America in Congress assembled, Tiisit the Secrejtiary of the ,;°l,l‘§"Q}{§li.,, Tre is hereby authorized, in his discretion, in the acquisition, {ft °“i°° °““*°’”°d bépurchase, condemnation, or otherwise, of a suitable site for a post Vol- 37, p-817. 0 ce at S ring Valley, Illinois, pprsuant to authority granted by the public budding Act, approved arch 4, 1913 (Thirty-seventh Statutes at Large, Sixty-second Congress, third session, page 877), to ergiitgyisgnnniiieliyiiiedi accept title to land reserving or exceptin all ores or minerals on or in such lands, with the rights of mining tds same. Approved, March 3, 1921. March 3, 1921. CHAP. 123.-An Act To rovide for th onv [H-**-*20451 or Washington, one-ine nr oniuiinbin. 9 C °y°°°° °f lm °° uw l°w gr°°°d° ¢P¤¤>¤¤· Ne ml Be it enacted by the Senate and House 0 Re esentatives o the United D of C0; - States of Ame·rica in Congress asse·mbZed[fThiii;· in carryingf into effect ‘>¤;;Tm, the provisions of the Act of July 1, 1879, entitled "An Act to provide lowlauiis uf: enciie exfor the conveyance of the low grounds in the city of Washington, °°'%‘§f5‘{f‘Q,_,,_ under the provisions of the Act of Co ess approved May 7, 1822” V¤¥-3· P- °9i· (Twentygiirst Statutes, page 47), theugbcretary of the Interior be, and he ereby is, authorized at his discretion to execute and deliver the deeds therem_prov1ded for without proof of compliance with the building conditions under which the lands were sold, upon a satisfactory showing of inability to supply such evidence and the buildirsgs are_now upon such lands- that comply with or exceed the origin building reqmrements. Approved, March 3, 1921.