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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. HI. Ch. 75. 1915. 863 authorized for the repair of the road known as the Two Medicine Road, from the main automobile road to the boundary line between the Glacier National Park and the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, within the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, $1,000; and also, $1,000 for the repair of the Cut Bank Road from the main automobile road to the bound line between the Glacier National Park and the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, within the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. The Secretary of the Interior is authorized to acce t patented lands or “;*·¤¤¤v¤•¤¢•¤¤•¤ds rights of way over patented lands in the Glacierlllational Park that ' ma be donated for park 'lyhe Secretary of the terior is authorized to expend from the Ij”,,",§f",§{'*,f,,'f""‘°· Rppropriation for the administration and improvement of the Glacier ational Park, provided for in the sundry civil Act of A t first, nineteen hundred and foU1'l'00l], the sum of $600, or so much thereof as may be necessary, in the improvement of the wooden bridge leading across the Middle Fork of the Flathead River, and connecting the Belton Road with the road into the park. Yosemite National Park, California: For protection and improve- Y°°“"*°°· ment, construction and repair of bridges, fences, and trails, and improvement of roads other than toll roads, including not exceeding $2 700 for maintenance and repair of horsedrawn passenger-carrying vehicles for use of the superintendent, supervisor, resident engineer, and employees in connection with gener park work; the Secretary ,,,,;f°°'P*¥’*°°°"*“*"‘· of the Interior is authorized to accept patented lands or rights of wai whether over (patented or other landsm the Yosemite National Par that may be onated for parllrhpurposes, $75,000. _ Sequoia National Park, C ornia: For protection and improve- °°‘¥°°"· ment, construction and repair of bridges, fences and trails, improvement of roads other than toll roads, including the purchase of necessary land where and under such conditions as the Secretary of the Interior may direct, for ranger station at a cost not exceeding $500; ,,,_·‘°°°*""‘°° °““"“* the Secretary of the Interior is authorized to accept (gatented lands or rights of way whether over {patented or other lan in the Sequoia National Park that may be onated fgfiark purposes, $15,550. General Grant National Park, C ornia: For tprotection and °°°'"l °'“°‘ improvement, construction of fences and trails, an repairing and extension of roads, $2,000. Mcmmmm Mount Rainier National Park, Washington: For protection and ' improvement, construction of roads, bridges, fences, and trails, and im rovements of roads,· $30,000. _ mnvmb Cm Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado: For protection and improve- ’ ment, including not exceeding $456 for mamtenance and repair of horse-drawn passenger-carrying vehicle for use of the superintendent and employees, $10,000. _ Rock Hmm. Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado: For protection and mc. ’ im rovement, $8,000. _ _ Crater Lake National Park, Oregon: For protection and improve- Cm" I*“°°» °'°8- ment, and repairing and extension of roads, $8,000._ wm cm 8 mk Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota: For improvement and ’ ‘ ‘ protection, $2,500. _ _ _ Pm Om Platt National Park, Oklahoma: For maintenance, bridging, roads, ' and trails, $8,000. l Government Hospicovmammm nosrrrar. Fon rim msarm. mmrrnms. For su port, clothing, and treatment in the Government Hospital lm°°°”"”°°'°t°` for the llisane of the insane from the Army, Navy, Manne Corps, Revenue-Cutter Service, inmates of the National Home for Disab ed Volunteer Soldiers, persons charged with or convicted of crimes against the United tates who are insane _ all persons who have become insane since their entry into the military and naval service