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[78 STAT. 391]
[78 STAT. 391]
PUBLIC LAW 88-000—MMMM. DD, 1964

78 STAT. ]

PUBLIC LAW 88-420-AUG. 11, 1964

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(g) Section 5 of such Act is amended by adding a new subsection as follows: " (d) Any rancheria or reservation lying wholly within the State of unoccupied California that is held by the United States for the use of Indians of ^safe. California and that was not occupied on January 1, 1964, by Indians under a formal or informal assignment shall be sold by the Secretary of the Interior and the proceeds of the sale shall be deposited in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of the Indians of California. Any rancheria or reservation lying wholly within the State of California that is held by the United States for a named tribe, band, or group that was not occupied on January 1, 1964, may be sold by the Secretary of the Interior and the proceeds shall be deposited to the credit of the tribe, band, or group." (h) Section 10(b) of such Act is amended (1) by inserting after the words "their immediate families" the words '"who are not members of any other tribe or band of Indians, (2) by inserting after "because of their status as Indians", the words "all restrictions and tax exemptions applicable to trust or restricted land or interests therein owned by them are terminated,", and (3) by adding at the end of section 10(b) the following sentence: "The provisions of this subsection, as amended, shall apply in the case of a distribution of assets made either before or after the amendment of the subsection." (i) Section 11 of such Act is amended by inserting immediately after the words "as amended," the words "or any other authority,". (j) Section 13 of such Act is amended by deleting "not to exceed $509,235" and by substituting "such sums as may be necessary". Approved August 11, 1964. Public Law 88-420 AN ACT

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August 11, 1964

To penuit the vessel United States ship Alabama to pass through the Panama Canal without payment of tolls.

Be it enacted by the Seriate and Houm of Representath;es of the United StateH of America In Congress anHemhled^ That, notwithstanding any other provision of law, in order to facilitate the movement of the vessel United States ship Alabama from the west coast of the United States to a site in the State of Alabama where it is to be established as a public shrine, the vessel United States ship Alabama shall be permitted to pass through the Panama Canal from west to east without payment of tolls of any kind. For the purposes of such transit through the Panama Canal the said vessel shall be regarded as a vessel operated by the United States wnthin the meaning of section 412(c) of title 2 of Canal Zone Code (76AStat. 27). Approved August 11, 1964. 31-667 0-65—28

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Alabama.