690 PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 411 -JULY 31,1947 [61 STAT. Acquisition of lands Garrison (North Dakota) Reservoir: For acquisition of the lands dianReservation. and rights therein within the taking line of Garrison Reservoir which lands lie within the area now established as the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, North Dakota, including all elements of value above or below the surface thereof and including all improvements, severance damages and reestablishment and relocation costs the sum of Deposit to credit of $5,105,625, which said sum is included in the total allocated under Trbes, this Act for the said Garrison Reservoir and which shall be deposited in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of the Three Affiliated Tribes of Fort Berthold Reservation, to be subject to with- Availability. drawal and disbursement as herein provided. This amount is made available subject to the following conditions subsequent and in the event the said conditions are not complied with then this amount shall lapse and be thereby null and void. Said conditions subsequent are: That a contract between the United States and the said Three Affiliated Tribes shall be negotiated and approved by a majority of the adult members of said tribes and enacted into law by the Congress, providing for the conveyance of said lands and interests and the use and distribution of said fund and that disbursements from said fund shall be made forthwith in accordance. with said approved contract and Act of Congress. That said contract shall be submitted to the Congress on or before the first day of June 1948: Provided, however, That, notwithstanding said contract or the provisions of this Act, the said Three Affiliated Tribes may bring suit in the Court of Claims as provided in section 60 Stat. 10oM. 24 of the Act of August 13, 1946, on account of additional damages, 28sU.C25 . . if any, alleged to have been sustained by said tribes by reason of the taking of the said lands and rights in the said Fort Berthold Indian Reservation on account of any treaty obligation of the Gov- ernment or any intangible cost of reestablishment or relocation, for which the said tribes are not compensated by the said $5,105,625. Mississippi River Flood control, Mississippi River and tributaries: For prosecuting and tributaries. work of flood control in accordance with the provisions of the Flood 45 Stat. 53. Control Act approved May 15, 1928, as amended (33 U. S . C . 7 0 2a), including printing and binding and office supplies and equipment required in the Office of the Chief of Engineers to carry out the purposes of this appropriation, $50,000,000. Emergency fund for flood control on tributaries of Mississippi River: For rescue work and for repair or maintenance of any flood- control work on any tributaries of the Mississippi River threatened or destroyed by flood, in accordance with section 9 of the Flood Con- 33 U. S .C.C 702g-1 . trol Act, approved June 15, 1936 (49 Stat. 1508), $500,000. Sacramento River, Flood control, Sacramento River, California: For prosecuting Calif. work of flood control, Sacramento River, California, in accordance 39 Stat. 949. with the provisions of the Act approved March 1, 1917, as amended 7033 . 8. C . I 701- (33 U. S . C . 703, 704; 50 Stat. 849; 55 Stat. 638-651), $1,750,000. MISCELLANEOUS CIVIL WORKS Federal watermains Maintenance and operation, Certain Federal Water Mains Outside outside D. a . the District of Columbia: For the maintenance, operation, improve- ment, extension, and protection of Federal water lines located out- side the District of Columbia required to serve nearby Government establishments and facilities with water from the water supply sys- tem of the District of Columbia, including interconnections with other water systems for emergency use wherever located, to be imme- diately available and to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War and the supervision of the Chief of Engineers, $12,000.