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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Srss. I. Cris. 3, 4. 1913. 77 Suitable buildings for the housing of a.ll said exhibits shall be B°**d*¤¤'» provided by the Panama Pacific International Exposition Company githout expense of any kind to the Government of the United tates. For the of inau ting, , maintaining, and M*§§§’f§§,{““"'"°‘°" ret gldvernment egliits, together with all other expenses of every connected therewith $500,000. Said sum shall be paid by the Secretary of the Treasury from time to time under such regulations as he may prescribe. The President of the United States is authorized to detail three O°N·¤s>¤¤1i E¤¤¤¤i¤¤¤

 officers or employees from the executive departments as maumiamrm.

members of a commission which is hereby constituted as the National P°"· P· wi Exposition Commission. One of said commissioners, who shall be the chairman of said commission, shall be detailed from the Department of State. Vacancies in said commission shall be filled in the same manner as odw appointments. Each commissioner shall receive -‘“l°*¤¤¤— in addition to original compensation his actual necessarytraveling expenses and an allowance of $10 per day in lieu of subsistence. Said commissioners may appoint a secretary at $2,500 per annum, “°°°°*’Y·°°°· and the sum of $15,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary may be expended for clerical, office, and other neeemary and actual ` 0 said commission. Said commission shall be authorized and empowered to act as a ,,;*, §,'3,,,"§ board of arbitration to settle and determine any and all disputes {gig •=¤¤¤¤·¤¤¤¤¤¤•| Mn arising between the commissioners of foreign Govemments an the pany. - directors of said Panama-Pacific International Exposition, whenever a formal request for such action is made by any foreip. commissioner; and said National Exposition Commission shall represent the ·*ddf¤¤¤¤¤ dw- Government of the United States at said exposition in the reception and care of persons omcially re resenting fore? Governments. Said National Exposition Cidmmissioners all be detailed not "°“"°"°"‘°°· earlier than July first, nineteen hundred and fourteen, and their term of service as sard commissioners shall not extend beyond July first nineteen hundred and sixteen, and the President may terminate said commission at any time after January first, nineteen hundred and sixteen. Approved, June 23, 1913. CHAP. 4.-An Act Mak1ng' appropriations for the current and contrngen’ J¤¤• 30.1913-

 the Bureau of Indian Ahiilirsfior fulfilling treaty stipulations with varroui  

um; h tribes, gxmer purposes, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nine- {Public, No. 4.1 \\Dd1'0d I1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House Representatives the Umled States of America in Oongresa_asae1n1>kd?fThat the followidig sums be, »pIx? and they are hereby, apptrgprrated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise approprra , for the purpose of payiiig the current

 contingent expenses of the Bureau of Indian airs, for fulflling treaty stip ations with various Indian tribes, and in full

compensation for all offices the salaries for which are provided for herein for the service of the fiscal year ending June thrrtieth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, namely: For the suryey, resurvey, classification, appraisement, and allot- miZ$Z°,g{*§€’,§,}{°m“g ment of lands m severalty under the provrsrons of the Act of February "°‘· 2*% P· 38*- erghth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, entitled "An Act to provrdteil for gh?. allotgngent of lands rmsevglralty to and undeg any o_ er c or ts 1`OV1dl.1]§ or e surve an otment o Sum n m. lands in severalty to Indians; an for the surveyyand subdivision of $:8 in an Indran reservations and landstobeallotted to Indians under