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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG., 2D SESS. - CHS. 466, 467-JUNE 24, 1946 any, imposed upon such articles by the revenue laws in force at the date of their withdrawal; and on such articles which shall have suf- fered diminution or deterioration from incidental handling or expo- sure, the duties, if payable, shall be assessed according to the appraised value at the time of withdrawal from entry hereunder for consump- tion or entry under the general tariff law: Provided further, That imported articles provided for herein shall not be subject to any mark- ing requirements of the general tariff laws, except when such articles are withdrawn for consumption or use in the United States, in which case they shall not be released from customs custody until properly marked, but no additional duty shall be assessed because such articles were not sufficiently marked when imported into the United States: Provided further, That at any time during or within three months after the close of the exposition, any article entered hereunder may be abandoned to the Government or destroyed under customs supervision, whereupon any duties on such article shall be remitted: Provided further, That articles which have been admitted without payment of duty for exhibition under any tariff law and which have remained in continuous customs custody or under a customs exhibition bond and imported articles in bonded warehouses under the general tariff law may be accorded the privilege of transfer to and entry for exhibition at the said exposition under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe: And provided further, That the Texas Pan- American Association, a corporation, shall be deemed, for customs purposes only, to be the sole consignee of all merchandise imported under the provisions of this Act, and that the actual and necessary customs charges for labor, services, and other expenses in connec- tion with the entry, examination, appraisement, release, or custody, together with the necessary charges for salaries of customs officers and employees in connection with the supervision, custody of, and account- ing for, articles imported under the provisions of this Act, shall be reimbursed by the Texas Pan-American Association, a corporation, to the Government of the United States under regulations to be pre- scribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, and that receipts from such reimbursements shall be deposited as refunds to the appropriation from which paid, in the manner provided for in section 524, Tariff Act of 1930, as amended (U. S. C., 1940 edition, title 19, sec. 1524). Approved June 24, 1946. [CHAPTER 467] AN ACT To set aside certain lands in Oklahoma in trust for the Indians of the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Indian Reservation. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following- described lands are hereby eliminated from the Rainy Mountain School Reserve in Oklahoma and title is hereby vested in the United States in trust for the Indians of the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Indian Reservation: South half and northwest quarter of section 13; all of section 14; south half and northeast quarter of section 23; and west half of section 24; township 6 north, range 16 west, of the Indian meridian, Oklahoma, containing one thousand nine hundred and twenty acres. Approved June 24, 1946. 305 Marking require- ments. Abandonment of ar- ticles. Articles in customs custody. Texas Pan-Ameri- can Association. Sole consignee; ex- penses. Deposit of receipts. 46 Stat. 741. June 24, 1946 [S. 1043] [Public Law 435] Indians. Title to designated lands. 80634°--47-T . --- 20