Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 38 Part 1.djvu/103

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84 SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 4. 1913. range fifteen (15) west; thence east to southwest corner of the southeast quarter of section sixteen (16), said township· thence north to the northwest corner of the southeast guarter of, said section; thence east to the southwest corner of the no heast quarter of section thirteen (13), said township; thence north to the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of said section; thence east to the southwest corner of section seven (7), township thirrti-five (35) north,_range fourteen (14) west; thence north to the no west corner of said section; thence east to the southwest corner of section five (5), said township; thence north to the northwest corner of said section; thence east to the northeast corner of said section; thence south to the southeast comer of the northeast quarter of said section; thence east to the northeast corner of the southwest quarter of section four (4), said township; thence south to the northwest corner of the southeast quarter of section sixteen (16), said township; thence east to the northeast corner of the southeast quarter of said section; thence south to the northwest comer of section twenty-two (22) said township • thence east to the northeast corner of said section; thence south to the northwest corner of wction twenty-six (26), said township; thence east along the north section line of section twenty-six (26) to the east bank of the Rio Mancos; thence in a southeasterly direction alo the east bank of the Rio Mancos to its intersection with the norltgern boundary line of the Southern Ute Indian Reservation; thence west along said Indian reservation boundary to its intersection Eth the r f e line between ranges fourteen (14) and Efteen (15) west, e p ace o ; ,,§{";,'¥,,;‘f"**”*""‘°°“‘ And the provisions of the Act of June twenty-ninth, e?hteen hundred and ninety-six, creating the park, are hereby exten ed over the same. ,,,,§,;'§S*gdg;°’,'§,ln°Q“{§ So much_of the Act of June twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and regis?. 617 six, as provides that the custodianship of the Secretary of the Interior ° 3** F shall extend over all (prehistoric ruins situated within five miles of the eastern, western, an northern boundaries of the park, as described m sa1d_Act, not 0n_ lands alienated by patent from the ownership of the United States, is hereby repealed. u.,‘§‘{‘§,f"° ““° N"' ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO. mS¤r¤p¤r¤ vf 1¤<¤¤¤¤ Sec. 2._ For support and civilization of Indians in Arizona and ` New Mexico, $330,000. F<>r¤ M·>1¤v¤ S¤¤¤·>L For support and education of two hundred Indian upils at the Indian sc ool at_Fort Mojave, and for pay of superintendent, $35 ,100 ; Ph _ Sm 1 for general repairs and improvements, $3,800; in all, $38,900. °°‘“‘ °‘ For support and education of seven hundred Indian pupils at the Indian school_at Phoenix, Arizona, and for pay of superintendent, $119,400; for mdustrial building for girls, $15,000; for general repairs and improvements mcluding two steel water tanks, $12,000; in all, §Q",f§§m,,g ,,,,,,, $146,400: Provided, That $500 of this alppropriation, or so much system. thereof as may be necessary, shall be use in making survey and an estirnate of the cost of connecting the sewer system of the Phoenix Ingram gchgol with gietiewcr syqsstegi of the city zig Plgpsenix, Arizona, I an SUH11 are ereon 0 on son e t·Mon ` Tm C nepqember, nrntsteepg hémdred me thing? ds m ¤ ¤¤r¤¤ or sup o an e ucation o one undred u iis at the Indian S°h°°i' school at 'Fruxton Canyon,_Ariz0na, and for paly of superintendent, géiggg; for general repairs and improvements, $3,000; in all, °““ R“"“"‘"*g““°“ Flor maintenance care and rotection of machiu d irrig ti system. r y B {H1 8. 011 wells already completed, in congection with the irriggion of the lands of the Pima Indians in the vicinity of Sacaton, m the Gila River Reservation, $5,000.