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[72 Stat. ix]
[72 Stat. ix]
PUBLIC LAW 85-000—MMMM. DD, 1958

LIST OF PUBLIC LAWS

IX

Public Law

8 6 - 3 8 5.. - D. C. Board of Education. AN ACT To authorize the District of Columbia Board of Education to employ retired teachers as substitute teachers in the public schools of the District of Columbia . 85-386 Advance procurement appropriations. JOINT RESOLUTION Making advance procurement appropriations for the fiscal year 1958, and for other purposes 85-387 Minnesota, transfer of lands. AN ACT To provide for the transfer of certain lands to the State of Minnesota 85-388 Whitman National Monument, Wash. AN ACT To facilitate the administration and development of the Whitman National Monument, in the State of Washington, by authorizing the acquisition of additional land for the monument, and for other purposes 85-389 Yuma project and Boulder Dam. AN ACT To amend the Act of June 28, 1946, authorizing the performance of necessary protection work between the Y u m a project and Boulder D a m by the Bureau of Reclamation 85-390 Tulelake area, Calif., wheat. AN ACT To amend the acreage allotment and marketing quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, to provide additional allotments for farms in the Tulelake area, Modoc and Siskiyou Counties, California, for the 1958 and 1959 crops of wheat, and for other purposes 85-391 Gunnison National Monument, Colo. AN ACT To authorize the exchange of certain lands at Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Monument, Colorado, and for other purposes 85-392 Postal service. AN ACT To revise certain provisions of law relating to the advertisements of mail routes, and for other purposes 85-393-__ Chief Joseph Dam project, Wash. AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct, operate, and maintain four units of the Greater Wenatchee division, Chief Joseph project, Washington, and for other purposes 8 5 - 3 9 4... Minnesota Centennial. JOINT R E S O L U T I p N Authorizing the President to issue a proclamation calling upon the people of the United States to commemorate with appropriate ceremonies the one h u n d r e d t h anniversary of the admission of the State of Minnesota into the Union 85-395 Indians. AX ACT To authorize the preparation of a roll of persons of Indian blood whose ancestors were members of the Otoe and Missouria Tribe of Indians and to provide for per capita distribution of funds arising from a judgment in favor of such Indians 85-396 Chippewa Indians, conveyances. AN AC'T Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain Indian hind to the Diocese of Superior, Superior, Wisconsin, for church purposes, and to the town of Flambeau, Wisconsin, for cemetery purposes 85-397 _ _ Ciiar seed. AX ACT To make permanent the existing privilege of free importation of guar seed 85-398 Importation of personal effects, etc. AX" A ( ' T To extend for two years the existing provisions of law relating to the free importation of personal and household effects brought into the United States under Government orders 85-399._ Postal service, rural carriers. AX' ACT To increase the equipmtMit maintenance allowance for rural carriers, and for other purposes 85-400— Urgent Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1958. AN ACT Making urgent deficiency appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1958, and for other purposes 85-401 ^. Fort Frederica National Monument, C,a. AN ACT To direct the Secretary of the Interior to acquire certain lands as an addition to the Fort Frederica National Monument. 85-402. - California International Trade Fair and Industrial Expositioh. JOINT RESOLUTION To permit articles imported from foreign countries for the purpose of exhibition at the California International Trade Fair and Industrial Exposition, Los Angeles, California, to be admitted without payment of tariff, and for other purposes 1.

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Apr.

24, 1958__.

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1, 1958—

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1, 1958

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1, 1958

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1, 1958...

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1, 1958...

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5, 1958—

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9, 1958

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14, 1958-__

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_ 16, 1958.

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16, 1958

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