PUBLIC LAW 86-392-MAR. 18, 1960
ST A T.
and desires to prosecute further prospecting or exploration, or for other reasons warranting such an extension in the opinion of the Secretary." (b) Section 12 of the Mineral Leasing Act (41 Stat. 437, 441), as amended (30 U.S.C. sec. 214), is further amended by the insertion of the words "or permit" immediately after the word "lease" wherever it appears. (c) The ninth sentence of section 27 of the Mineral Leasing Act (41 Stat. 437, 448), as amended (30 U.S.C. sec. 184), is further amended by the insertion of the words "or permits" immediately after the words "phosphate leases". Approved March 18, 1960.
Public Law 86-392 March 18, 1960 [S. 2268]
AN ACT To declare.that the United States holds title to certain laud in trust for the White Mountain Apache Tribe, Arizona.
Be it enacted hf the Senate and House of Representatives of the White Mountain JJknifed Stutes of Amsrica in Congress assembled. That all right, title, Ap pac e Tr be, ^^^^ interest of the United States in and to the lands, together with the Ariz. improvements thereon, included in the former Fort Apache Military Reservation, created by Executive order of February 1, 1877, and 25 USC 277. subsequently set aside by the Act of January 24, 1923 (42 Stat. 1187), as a site for the Theodore Roosevelt School, located within the boundaries of the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, Arizona, are hereby declared to be held by the United States in trust for the White Mountain Apache Tribe, subject to the right of the Secretary of the Interior to use any part of the land and improvements for administrative or school purposes for as long as they are needed for that purpose. Approved March 18, 1960.
Public Law 86-393 March 18, 1960 [S. 2431]
Kansas Centennial. Medals.
31 USC 368.
AN ACT To provide for the striking of medals in comnienioration of the one hundredth anniversary of st^ateho<Kl of the State of Kansas.
Be it enacted lyy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of statehood of Kansas, the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to strike and furnish to the Kansas Centennial Commission not more than twenty thousand medals of eitlier silver or bronze or both, of a suitable size and with suitable emblems, devices, and inscriptions to be determined solely by the Secretar}^ of the Treasury. The medals shall be made and delivered at such times as may be requested by the commission in quantities of not less than twenty-five hundred, but no medals shall be made after December 31, 1961. The medals shall be considered to be national medals within the meaning of section 3551 of the Revised Statutes. SEC. 2. (a) The Secretary of the Treasury shall cause such medals to be struck and furnished at no less than the estimated cost of manufacture, including labor, materials, dies, use of machinery, nnd overhead expenses; and security satisfactory to the Director of the Mint shall be furnished to indemnify the United States for the full payment of such cost.