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1102 SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS, Sess. II. CHS. 414-416. 1925. of $1,060.7 5 shall be segregated from the proceeds of this sale and deposited in the Treasury to the credit of the reimbursable approriation by the Act of May 24, 1922 (F orty-second Statutes at Barge, page 560), for irrigation work on miscellaneous projects in mizguggsdszo purchase district nb1;mbe1§>dh4:_ Pgoviged fiirgfher, éfléat the tiecretary of th; ' Interior , an e is ere , au orize 0 use e remain er 0 the proceeds, exclusive of uigsum of $1,060.75 expended for irrigation improvements, in purchasing other land in California, with such improvements as may be appurtenant thereto, for the relief of home- . less Indians of that State, and the money when deposited in the Treasury shall be set apart and reserved for that purpose. Approved, March 3. 1925. MISIh1§!$g25· CHAP. 415.-An Act Appropriating money for the relief of the Clallam

 Tribe of Indians in the State of Washington, and for other purposes.

01,,1],,,,, I,,di,m,,_ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Wxhbapimommued United States of America in Congress assembled, That there is members or. hereby authorized to be appropriate , out of moneys in the Treasury of the United States not otherwise appropriated, the sum of $400,000, to be paid per capita to the Clallam Indians of the State of Washington upon enrollment of said Indians to be made under the di- _ rection of and to be approved by the Secretary of the Interior: ilireiiviigiiisnmeuz of Provided, That before payment to the individual Indians they shall °“°’°”¤S ’°‘¤“i‘°d· relinquish in writing all claims of any nature against the United States under any treaty, agreement, or Act of Congress, and agree _ to accept such payment in full satisfaction of any and all claims ¤rP5iiii§ii€1ix1¢i:eiiii”°S vwilhatsoeger agains; the Unifeg Egatesz Prgvided further, That the s ares o minor c idren s a retaine in the Treasur of the United States, where they shall draw interest at the rate of 4 per centum pir anngmh ugtil sughwmigors reach ftghe age of majority under the laws o the tate o as ington, a r w ich such minors I be .d shall be paid their shares upon application to the Secretary of the to §’§,°?§$;_m°y pal Interior: And provided further, That the interest accumulated at the end of any iiscal year to the credit on the shares of any minor child may be disbursed, under the direction of the Secretary of the Au to tt _ Interior, to the parent or parents or guardians of such minor child .,sy¤,°w°°°° 8 °' or children: And provided further, That not more than $15,000 thereof, shall be paid to the attorney employed by the tribe under contract approved by the Secretary of the Interior. Approved, March 3, 1925.

__ CHAP. 416.--An Act To amend, revise, and reenact section 549 of subchaplPub1ic.N¤· 5%] ter 4 of the Code of the District of Columbia relating to the appointment of

deputy recorder of deeds, and fixing the compensation therefor. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re resentatives o the

¤ég?;§;3$¤h;2; United States of America in Congress assembled: That the recdrder

peruewreeees author- of deeds is authorized to appoint a second deputy recorder, who “°d‘ may do and perform any and all acts which the recorder is authorized to do, and all such acts by the said second deputy recorder shall have the same legality force, and eHect as if performed by the re- P8Y·¢t°· corder; the compensation of said Second deputy recorder to be at the rate of $2,000 per annum, to be paid out of the fees and emolu— ments of the office of the recorder of deeds. And with the approval