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SIXTY-SECON D CONGRESS. Sess. I. Gus. 42-45. 1911. 33 alien in favor of the Government, which lien is hereby made paramount to all other liens, upon the articles or thing contracted for on account of all payments so made: Hwided, That partial yments aww. shall not be made under such contracts except where stipugatsd for, °°'““°*°'·•· and then only in accordance with contract provisions. Approved, August 22, 1911. CHAP. 43.-An Act To amend anAct entitled "AnAct to rohi it th pegs; A 2,1911. of local or special laws in the Territories of the United State: to llamit 'lirritorial _, ¤T;r‘z’°·l _ mdehtednem, and for other purposes." [Penne, un. qa.] Be itenaoted by the Senate and House of Representatioea of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That section four of the Act ,,,§"‘°“" l°*"l" entitled “An Act to prohibit the passage of local or special laws in the <:u Territories of the United States, to limit Territorial mdebteduess and ven. 24, pfeiii, for other purposes," approved July thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ““°"°°‘· glglbtysix, be, and the same is here y, amended as follows, to wit, by mv to said section the following: "}¥rovided, That the prohibitions and limitations contained in this dg¢;° ¤!¤· section shall not be construed to apply to irri¥.tion districts heretofore or hereafter organized in accordance with erritorial laws." Approved, August 22, 1911. CHAP. 44.-An Act To extend time oi ihent of balance d for lands sold A *22-*91*- under Act of Congrem approved June seventirehxth; nineteen hundrgez and ten. C, 0. . Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the $i$,1'$2',§,.,;,d to, Interior is hereby authorized and directed to extend for a period of {;§'§;*a°r';{)n*;,*{l':i one year the time for the payment of the several annual installments enne and annuals due on the purchase price for lands sold under the Act of Congress Ave? approved June seventeenth, nineteen hundred and ten, entitled “An Act to open to settlement and entry under the general provisions of the homestead laws of the United States certain lands in the State of Oklahoma, and for other purp0ses:" Provided, That purchasers shall pay interest at the rate of five per centum per annum on the deferred payments for the time of the extension herein granted. Approved, August 22. 1911. CHAP. 45.-—An Act To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to withdraw A¤s¤¤¢ 22. 1911- imm the Treasury ot the United States the funds of the Kiowa, Comanche, and [K B· “°°`*·l Aplcbe Indians, and for other purposes. [P¤l>ll¤· N°· “·l Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representation of the United States of America in 0 ess assembled, That the Secretary of the .,,'§“;',,{·c Interior be, and he is hereg , authorized, in his discretion, to withdraw 0k1•- { {nds ffvm the Treasury of the ignited States so much of the trust funds of ml?i,°Qm°l¤:{>°Et the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache tribes of Indians in Oklahoma as he may deem necessary for expenditure for the benefit of such Indians, not to exceed four undred thousand dollars, prior to the first day of May, mneteen hundred and twelve, and use such funds for the benefit of sand Indians to such extent as be may deem proper prior to the first (185* of May, nineteen hundred and twelve: .Promde¢£ That the Secre- . tary of the Interior shall re rt ~to Con as early as practicable the ¤!¤Q\1llt0f such funds sowixlrawn and so used for the benefit of said Delano, mndsmt Indians: And provided further, That if any of said funds so with- we drawn shall not have been used for the bene t of said Indians prior to