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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.--CHS. 933, 934-AJUG. 9 , 1946 of this Act to a person entitled to enrollment under this subsection shall likewise be entitled to enrollment hereunder. (d) All children of one-fourth or more blood of the Yakima Tribes born after the date of approval of this Act to a parent who is an enrolled member and maintains a domicile on the Yakima Reservation or within the area ceded by the treaty of June 9, 1855, at the time of the birth of the child. SEC. 2 . Any person of one-fourth or more of the blood of the Yakima Tribes who may be excluded from enrollment under the provisions of section 1 of this Act may apply for membership at any time and be enrolled upon the approval of the application by a two-thirds vote of the Yakima Tribal Council. Applications for enrollment under this section on behalf of minors and persons mentally incompetent may be filed by any enrolled member of the Yakima Tribes. SEC. 3 . Corrections in the roll prepared hereunder, by striking there- from the name of any person erroneously placed on the roll or by adding to the roll the name of any person erroneously omitted there- from, may be made at any time by the Yakima Tribal Council. SEC. 4. Every person whose name appears on the roll prepared hereunder who holds no vested right, title, or interest in or to any restricted or trust land on the Yakima Reservation or within the area ceded by the treaty of June 9, 1855, and who has failed to maintain any tribal affiliations or a residence on the reservation or within the ceded area for a period of five consecutive years shall no longer be considered a member of the Yakima Tribes, and his name shall be removed from the rolls. It shall be the duty of the Yakima Tribal Council to determine, subject to review by the Secretary of the Interior, loss of membership in each case. SEC. 5. The Yakima Tribal Council may adopt and enforce ordi- nances, subject to review by the Secretary of the Interior, governing the expulsion of members for any cause deemed by the council to be sufficient. SEC. 6. No person whose name shall hereafter be placed on the roll of the Yakima Tribes shall be entitled to any back annuities or per capita payments made to the members of the tribes out of tribal funds which were authorized to be paid to the members of the tribes before such person's name shall have been placed upon such roll. SEC. 7 . Hereafter only enrolled members of the Yakima Tribes of one-fourth or more blood of such tribes shall take by inheritance or by will any interest in that part of the restricted or trust estate of a deceased member of such tribes which came to the decedent through his membership in such tribes or which consists of any interest in or the rents, issues, or profits from an allotment of land within the Yakima Reservation or within the area ceded by the treaty of June 9 1855 (12 Stat. 951), except that a surviving spouse of less than one-fourth of the blood of the Yakima Tribes may receive by inheritance or devise the use for life of one-half of the restricted or trust lands of the decedent located within the Yakima Reservation or within the area ceded by the said treaty of June 9,1855. Approved August 9, 1946. [CHAPTER 934] AWT ACfT 969 Applications for membership. Corrections in roll. Los ofmembership. 12 stat. 951. Ordinances govern- ing expulsion. Back annuities, etc. Inheritance, etc. Surviving spouse of less than one-fourth blood. , -V August 9, 194M To provide for continuance of the farm labor supply program up to and including [H. B . 6828] June 30, 1947. [Publie Ivw 7W Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representaties of the United States of America in Conress assembled, That the farm labor supply program conducted pursuant to the Farm Labor Supply