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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cue. 166-169. 1912. 133 fomia, Colorado Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah, Wiashington, and Wyoming, three hundred and twenty acres, or less, of nonmmeral, no ° ble, unreserved, and unapproprrated surveyed public lands whicg do not contain merchantable timber, located in a reasonably com act body, and not over one and onejhalf miles in extreme length; lgromlded, That no lands shall be §Qg’“°·,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,_ sub]ect to entry under the provisions of this Act until such lands shall i¤"*¢¤¤5:.¤•¤¤¤~ have been designated by the Secretary of the Interior as not being, in his opimon, susceptible of successful irrigation at a. reasonable cost . from any known source of water supply. Approved, June 13, 1912. GKAP. 187.-An Act To appropriate three hundred thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necmry, to equip all Army transports with all lifeboats and rafts

 to accommodate every person for which transportation facilities are.now '

on aard transports, and the crew of mid transports. Be it enacted by the Senate and House 0 Re eaentativea o the United A,I;.i‘§E{,°§,,§,'f;j °" States of America in Congress assen•,bkd{Th€i;' the sum off three him- APP'°P’**“°“ ‘°'· dred thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise Zppropriated, for the purpose of equipping all Army transports with lifeboats and rafts including such number of steel self-righting, sel.f·bailing motor lifeboate for each vessel as the Secretary of War may deem' advisable, necessary to accommodate every person for whom transportation facilities are now‘provided on said transports, and the crew of said transports; said sum to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War, who is hereby directed to make to (gongress andglemized statement showing how the sum aforesaid has een expen . Approved, June 14, 1912. ' June 15, 1912. CHAP. 188.-—An Act To establish a. subport of entry and delivery at Indiana [H·R·16¤7•] Harbor, in the State of Indiana. [mane, go, ug,] Be it enacted by the Senate and House ty Representatives of the United Shztes 7 America in Congress assembled, That Indiana Harbor, ur the §’,}'g§,'{'fH,,,,,,,_ State o Indiana, on the southern shore of Lake Michigan, be, the gzawmgti ·¤¤¤¤¤ same is hereby, constituted a sublport of entgy and delivery withm s. s. réo. ieomum. the district of Chicago. Hhnois, an customs o cars shall be stationed P- “•· ·*¤°¤°°°- at said aubport with authority t0· enter and clear vessels, receive duties, fees, and other moneys, and perform such other services, and receive such compensation as in the judgment of the Secretary of the Treasury the exigencies of commerce may require. Approved, June 15, 1912. `_ June 15, 1912. oxu. ree.-is Ace To mr. Bay city, michigan, tt subpart or entry. Be it enacted b the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of in Congress assembled, That Bay City, in the_State §,"§'·°'{’,,’·,{_ mana 0f Michigan be, and is herebiy, constituted a subiport of entry m the gg; ru vm customs collection district o Huron, and that e privileges of the 1;.6%. gmx first section of the immediate transportation Act approved June P*}m,,,,d,,,, ,,,,,,,. tenth, eighteen hundred and eighty, entitled ‘fAn Act to amend the P°6*:€°21*:fI:°]l.;i·$‘°’· statutes in relation to immediate transportation of dutiable goods, _ and for other pm-poses," be, and the same are hereby, exten ed to said subport. And such customs officers may, m the discretion of ·