PUBLIC LAWS-CHS. 48, 49-MAR . 9, 1940 Description. [CHAPTER 49] March 9, 1940 AN ACT [S. 643] Authorizing the payment of necessary expenses incurred by certain Indians [Public, No. 430] allotted on the Quinaielt Reservation, State of Washington. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the endianson qinaielt United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary Payment to certain of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay the etornersanor services attorneys of record for those Quinaielt Indians who received their allot- incurred. ments on the Quinaielt Reservation, State of Washington, pursuant to judgments or decrees of a United States district or appellate court in a case wherein they were named parties plaintiff, the reasonable and fair value of the services rendered and expenses incurred, as heretofore th^dopriatlo au- fixed and determined by said Secretary; and the sum of $28,400.10, or Post, p. 42. so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby authorized to be appro- priated, out of any money in the Treasury of the United States not Reimbursement. otherwise appropriated, to make said payments, the amount so paid for the account of each allottee to be reimbursed to the United States out of any funds now or hereafter accruing to the account of each such Indian allottee from the sale of his or her allotment, or the timber thereon. Approved, March 9, 1940. States by purchase, condemnation, or otherwise, and pay all costs incident to the examination, transfer, and perfecting of title to that certain tract of land aggregating ten and five one-hundredths acres, more or less, situated and being in the county of Pinellas, State of Florida, together with the structures thereon, described as follows: Beginning at the southeast corner of lot 6, block 22, Bayboro Addition, as recorded in plat book 3, pages 51 and 52, records of Pinellas County, Florida; thence run south along the west line of Asbury Street South to a point two hundred and seventy-seven and forty-one one-hundredths feet south; thence southeast on an angle of forty-five degrees to the left a distance of nine hundred and sixty-nine and sixteen one-hundredths feet; thence east on an angle of forty-four degrees fifty-seven minutes to the left a distance of three hundred and ninety-five and four-tenths feet; thence northwest on an angle of one hundred and twenty-four degrees forty-two minutes thirty-four seconds to the left a distance of nine hundred and seventy and thirty-eight one-hundredths feet to the farthest southwest corner of the wharf of the port of Saint Petersburg, Florida; thence west on an angle of fifty-five degrees sixteen minutes twenty-six seconds to the left a distance of three hundred and forty- three and eighty-five one-hundredths feet to the west line of First Street South; thence north on said west line of First Street South and on an angle of eighty-nine degrees fifty-six minutes to the right a distance of one hundred and sixty-four and three-tenths feet to the southeast corner of lot 4, block 23, said Bayboro Addition; thence west on an angle of eighty-nine degrees forty-six minutes forty-two seconds to theleft and on the south line of said lot 4, block 23, and continue west to the west line of Asbury Street South a distance of one hundred and eighty-five feet to the point of beginning, all of said tract lying and being in the city of Saint Petersburg, county of Pinellas, State of Florida. Approved, March 9, 1940. 48 [54 STAT.