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Statutes at Large Volume 41 (1919-1921) Table of Contents

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Volume 41:
Public Law Topic Title Stat. citation
  Pub. Law 66-1Appropriations, urgent deficiencies AN ACT Making appropriations to supply urgent deficiencies in appropriations for the Bureau of War Risk Insurance and for the payment of pensions for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1919. June 5, 1919 1 41 Stat. 1
  Pub. Law 66-2Appropriations, Congressional AN ACT Making appropriations for certain expenses incident to the first session of the Sixty-sixth Congress, and for other purposes. June 17, 1919 1 41 Stat. 1
     Pub. Res 66-1Confederate Veterans Convention JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to loan to the city of Dawson, Georgia, tents and cots for use of Confederate veterans in their State convention, June 17 and 18, 1919. June 17, 1919 2 41 Stat. 2
  Pub. Law 66-3Appropriations, Indian Department AN ACT Making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes, and for other purposes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920. June 30, 1919 3 41 Stat. 3
  Pub. Law 66-4Appropriation, Federal railroad control AN ACT To supply a deficiency in the appropriation for carrying out the Act entitled "An Act to provide for the operation of transportation systems while under Federal control, for the just compensation of their owners, and for other purposes," approved March 21, 1918. June 30, 1919 34 41 Stat. 34
  Pub. Law 66-5Third deficiency Appropriation Act, 1919 AN ACT Making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1919, and prior fiscal years, and for other purposes. July 11, 1919 35 41 Stat. 35
  Pub. Law 66-6Appropriations, District of Columbia AN ACT Making appropriations to provide for the expenses of the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, and for other purposes. July 11, 1919 68 41 Stat. 68
  Pub. Law 66-7Appropriations, Army AN ACT Making appropriations for the support of the Army for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, and for other purposes. July 11, 1919 104 41 Stat. 104
  Pub. Law 66-8Appropriations= naval service AN ACT Making appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, and for other purposes. July 11, 1919 131 41 Stat. 131
  Pub. Law 66-9Telegraph and telephone systems returned to owners AN ACT To repeal the joint resolution entitled Joint resolution to authorize the President in time of war to supervise or take possession and assume control of any telegraph, telephone, marine cable, or radio system or systems or any part thereof, and to operate the same in such manner as may be needful or desirable for the duration of the war and to provide just compensation therefor," approved July 16, 1918, and for other purposes. July 11, 1919 157 41 Stat. 157
  Pub. Law 66-10Hudson River Tunnel AN ACT To consent to the proposed compactor agreement between the States of New Jersey and New York for the construction, operation, repair, and maintenance of a tunnel or tunnels under the Hudson River between the cities of Jersey City and New York. July 11, 1919 158 41 Stat. 158
  Pub. Law 66-11Vocational rehabilitation extension AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for vocational rehabilitation and return to civil employment of disabled persons discharged from the military or naval forces of the United States, and for other purposes," approved June 27, 1918. July 11, 1919 158 41 Stat. 158
  Pub. Law 66-12Bridge, Susquehanna River AN ACT To authorize the county of Luzerne, State of Pennsylvania, to construct a bridge across the Susquehanna River from the township of Conyngham, county of Luzerne, Pennsylvania, to the borough of Shickshinny, county of Luzerne, Pennsylvania. July 11, 1919 159 41 Stat. 159
  Pub. Law 66-13Bridge, Susquehanna River AN ACT To authorize the county of Luzerne t State of Pennsylvania, to construct a bridge across the Susquehanna River fron the city of Pittston, county of Luzerne, State of Pennsylvania, to the borough of West Pittston, county of Luzerne, State of Pennsylvania. July 11, 1919 160 41 Stat. 160
  Pub. Law 66-14Bridge, Susquehanna River AN ACT To authorize the county of Luzerne, State of Pennsylvania, to construct a bridge across the Susquehanna River from the township of Conyngham, county of Luzerne, State of Pennsylvania, to the township of Salem, county of Luzerne, State of Pennsylvania. July 11, 1919 160 41 Stat. 160
  Pub. Law 66-15Bridge, Saint John River AN ACT For the construction of a bridge across the Saint John River between Madawaska, Maine, and Edmundston, Province of New Brunswick, Canada. July 11, 1919 161 41 Stat. 161
  Pub. Law 66-16Bridge, Snake River AN ACT Authorizing the construction of a bridge and approaches thereto across the Snake River about three miles above its confluence with the Columbia River near Pasco, Washington. July 11, 1919 161 41 Stat. 161
  Pub. Law 66-17Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT To extend the time for constructing a bridge across the Mississippi River at or near the city of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. July 11, 1919 161 41 Stat. 161
  Pub. Law 66-18Bridge, Pend Oreille River AN ACT To authorize the construction of abridge across the Pend Oreille River, between the towns of Metaline and Metaline Falls, in the State of Washington. July 11, 1919 162 41 Stat. 162
  Pub. Law 66-19Bridge, Sulphur River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the county of Miller, State of Arkansas, to construct a bridge across Sulphur River near the Texas and Pacific Railroad bridge, in said county and State. July 11, 1919 162 41 Stat. 162
  Pub. Law 66-20Bridge, Sulphur River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the county of Miller, State of Arkansas, to construct a bridge across Sulphur River, at or near Blackmans Point, in said county and State. July 11, 1919 162 41 Stat. 162
     Pub. Res 66-2House of Representatives, clerk hire JOINT RESOLUTION Providing for the appointment by each Member of the House of Representatives of two persons, whose names shall be placed on the rolls of employees of the House of Representatives. July 11, 1919 162 41 Stat. 162
     Pub. Res 66-3Niagara River, diversion of water JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to issue permits for the diversion of water from the Niagara River. July 12, 1919 163 41 Stat. 163
  Pub. Law 66-21Appropriations, sundry civil expenses AN ACT Making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, and for other purposes. July 19, 1919 163 41 Stat. 163
     Pub. Res 66-4Military Academy, Tao Hung Chang and Zeng Tze Wong JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to receive, for instruction at the United States Military Academy at West Point, Tao Hung Chang and Zeng Tze Wong, citizens of China. July 19, 1919 234 41 Stat. 234
  Pub. Law 66-22Appropriations, Department of Agriculture AN ACT Making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920. July 24, 1919 234 41 Stat. 234
     Pub. Res 66-5World Cotton Conference JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the President to extend invitations to other nations to send representatives to the World Cotton Conference to be held at New Orleans, Louisiana, October 13 to 16, 1919, inclusive. July 24, 1919 271 41 Stat. 271
     Pub. Res 66-6Army tents, World War veterans JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to loan tents for use at encampments held by veterans of the World War. July 26, 1919 272 41 Stat. 272
     Pub. Res 66-7Annual appropriations extended JOINT RESOLUTION To ratify and confirm from and including July 1, 1919, obligations incurred pursuant to the terms of certain appropriations for the fiscal year 1920. July 31, 1919 272 41 Stat. 272
  Pub. Law 66-23Government Printing Office, pay increase AN ACT Increasing the pay of printers and pressmen employed in the Government Printing Office, and for other purposes. August 2, 1919 272 41 Stat. 272
  Pub. Law 66-24American Printing House for the Blind AN ACT Providing additional aid for the American Printing House for the Blind. August 4, 1919 272 41 Stat. 272
  Pub. Law 66-25Near East Relief incorporated AN ACT To incorporate Near East Relief. August 6, 1919 273 41 Stat. 273
  Pub. Law 66-26War Risk Insurance, total disability compensation AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to amend an Act entitled `An Act to authorize the establishment of a Bureau of War Risk Insurance in the Treasury Department, approved September 2, 1914,' as amended." August 6, 1919 274 41 Stat. 274
  Pub. Law 66-27Bridge, Savannah River AN ACT Authorizing the counties of Aiken, South Carolina, and Richmond, Georgia, to construct a bridge across the Savannah River at or near Augusta, Georgia. August 7, 1919 275 41 Stat. 275
  Pub. Law 66-28Bridge, Flint River AN ACT To authorize the county of Dougherty, State of Georgia, to construct a bridge across the Flint River, connecting Broad Street, in the city of Albany, said State and county, with the Isabella Road, said county and State. August 7, 1919 275 41 Stat. 275
  Pub. Law 66-29Bridge, White River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of a bridge across the White River, at or near Forsyth, Missouri. August 7, 1919 275 41 Stat. 275
  Pub. Law 66-30Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT Granting the consent of the Congress to the city of Minneapolis, a municipal corporation, to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Mississippi River. August 7, 1919 276 41 Stat. 276
  Pub. Law 66-31Bridge, Rainy River AN ACT For the construction of a bridge across the Rainy River between Spooner, Minnesota, and Rainy River, Province of Ontario, Canada. August 7, 1919 276 41 Stat. 276
  Pub. Law 66-32Bridge, Pend Oreille River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Pend Oreille River at the town of Usk, in the State of Washington. August 7, 1919 276 41 Stat. 276
  Pub. Law 66-33Bridge Red River AN ACT Authorizing the construction of a bridge and approaches thereto across 'Red River about two miles above its confluence with the Washita River, near Preston, Grayson County, Texas. August 7, 1919 276 41 Stat. 276
  Pub. Law 66-34Bridge, Mobile Bay, etc. AN ACT Further extending the time for the commencement and completion of the bridge or bridges authorized by an Act entitled "An Act to amend an Act to authorize the Dauphin Island Railway and Harbor Company, its successors or assigns, to construct and maintain a bridge or bridges, or viaducts, across the water between the mainland, at or near Cedar Point, and Dauphin Island, both Little and Big; also to dredge a channel from the deep waters of Mobile Bay into Dauphin Bay; also to construct and maintain docks and wharves along both Little and Big Dauphin Islands," approved June 18, 1912, as extended by an Act approved June 30, 1916. August 8, 1919 277 41 Stat. 277
  Pub. Law 66-35Bridge, Newark Bay AN ACT To authorize the Central Railroad Company of New Jersey to construct a bridge across the navigable waters of the Newark Bay, in the State of New Jersey. August 8, 1919 277 41 Stat. 277
  Pub. Law 66-36Diocese of Washington, franchise to women AN ACT To extend the franchise in the parishes and separate congregations of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the District of Columbia. August 11, 1919 278 41 Stat. 278
     Pub. Res 66-8Army construction obligations, 1919 JOINT RESOLUTION To allow the payment of bills lawfully incurred for construction work actually performed or construction material actually purchased and delivered prior to the approval of an Act approved July 11, 1919 (Public Numbered 7, Sixty-sixth Congress, H. R. 5227). August 12, 1919 278 41 Stat. 278
  Pub. Law 66-37Bridge, Arkansas River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of the Broadway Street bridge across the Arkansas River between the cities of Little Rock and Argenta, Arkansas August 15, 1919. 278 41 Stat. 278
  Pub. Law 66-38Bridge, Arkansas River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of the Main Street Bridge across the Arkansas River between the cities of Little Rock and Argenta, Arkansas. August 15, 1919 279 41 Stat. 279
  Pub. Law 66-39Bridge, Flint River AN ACT Extending the time for the construction of a bridge across Flint River, in the State of Georgia. August 15, 1919 279 41 Stat. 279
     Pub. Res 66-9International Labor Conference JOINT RESOLUTION To authorize the President to convene a meeting of an international labor conference in Washington, District of Columbia. August 15, 1919 279 41 Stat. 279
     Pub. Res 66-10Public lands, mining assessments, 1919 JOINT RESOLUTION To suspend the requirements of annual assessment work on certain mining claims during the year 1919. August 15, 1919 279 41 Stat. 279
     Pub. Res 66-11Charleston, S. C., immigration station, etc. JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of Labor to lease the Charleston immigration station and dock connected therewith. August 15, 1919. 280 41 Stat. 280
  Pub. Law 66-40Daylight saving repeal AN ACT For the repeal of the daylight-saving law. August 20, 1919 280 41 Stat. 280
  Pub. Law 66-41Public buildings, losses on contracts AN ACT For the relief of contractors and subcontractors for the post offices and other buildings and work under the supervision of the Treasury Department and for other purposes. August 25, 1919 281 41 Stat. 281
  Pub. Law 66-42Bridge, Cumberland River AN ACT Authorizing the county of Montgomery, Tennessee, to construct a bridge across the Cumberland River within seven miles of Clarksville, Tennessee. August 31, 1919 282 41 Stat. 282
  Pub. Law 66-43Bridge, Susquehanna River AN ACT For the construction of a bridge across the Susquehanna River at or near Falls, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. August 31, 1919 282 41 Stat. 282
  Pub. Law 66-44Soldiers' and sailors' civil relief, affidavits AN ACT Relating to affidavits required by the Act entitled "An Act to extend protection to the civil rights of members of the Military and Naval Establishments of the United States engaged in the present war." September 3, 1919 282 41 Stat. 282
  Pub. Law 66-45General of the Armies AN ACT Relating to the creation of the office of General of the Armies of the United States. September 3, 1919 283 41 Stat. 283
     Pub. Res 66-12District of Columbia holiday, 1919 JOINT RESOLUTION Making Wednesday, September 17, 1919, a legal holiday in the District of Columbia. September 15, 1919 283 41 Stat. 283
  Pub. Law 66-46Bridge, Perdido River AN ACT To authorize Hiram I. Sage, a citizen of Baldwin County, Alabama, to construct and maintain a bridge across the Perdido River at or near Nunez Ferry. September 16, 1919 283 41 Stat. 283
  Pub. Law 66-47American Legion incorporated AN ACT To incorporate the American Legion. September 16, 1919. 284 41 Stat. 284
  Pub. Law 66-48Federal Reserve Act amendment, foreign business AN ACT Amending section 25 of the Act approved December 23, 1913, known as the Federal Reserve Act, as amended by the Act approved September 7, 1916. September 17, 1919 285 41 Stat. 285
  Pub. Law 66-49Army, temporary commissioned officers AN ACT To provide necessary commissioned personnel for the Army until June 30, 1920. September 17, 1919 286 41 Stat. 286
  Pub. Law 66-50Bridge, Tug River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the D. E. Hewit Lumber Company to construct and maintain a bridge across Tug River, connecting Martin County, Kentucky, and Mingo County, West Virginia. September 17, 1919 287 41 Stat. 287
  Pub. Law 66-51Stock-raising homesteads AN ACT To amend sections 4 and 5 of an Act entitled "An Act to provide for stock-raising homesteads, and for other purposes," approved December 29, 1916. September 29, 1919 287 41 Stat. 287
  Pub. Law 66-52Public lands, leave of absence to homesteaders AN ACT To authorize absence by homestead settlers and entrymen, and for other purposes. September 29, 1919 288 41 Stat. 288
  Pub. Law 66-53Army, travel pay retired enlisted men AN ACT To provide travel allowances for certain retired enlisted men and Regular Army reservists. September 29, 1919 288 41 Stat. 288
  Pub. Law 66-54Roosevelt Memorial Association, cancellation stamp AN ACT To extend the cancellation stamp privilege for the Roosevelt Memorial Association. September 29, 1919 288 41 Stat. 288
  Pub. Law 66-55Public lands, Boulder, Colo. AN ACT Authorizing the city of Boulder, Colorado, to purchase certain public lands. September 29, 1919 288 41 Stat. 288
  Pub. Law 66-56Petersburg, Alaska, bonds AN ACT To authorize the incorporated town of Petersburg, Alaska, to issue bonds in any sum, not exceeding $75,000, for the purpose of constructing and installing a municipal electric light and power plant, and for the construction of a publicschool building. September 29, 1919 283 41 Stat. 289
     Pub. Res 66-13Confederate Veterans' Convention JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to loan to the city of Atlanta, Georgia, tents, cots, blankets, and other camp equipment for the use of United Confederate Veterans in their convention from October 7 to 10, 1919. September 29, 1919 290 41 Stat. 290
     Pub. Res 66-14Army, travel pay on reenlistment JOINT RESOLUTION To provide for the payment of travel pay upon discharge to men of the Regular Army enlisted prior to April 2, 1917. September 29, 1919.. 291 41 Stat. 291
     Pub. Res 66-15Thanks of Congress to General Pershing and American Expeditionary Forces JOINT RESOLUTION Tendering the thanks of the American people and the Congress of the United States to General John J. Pershing, and to the officers and men of the American Expeditionary Forces. September 29, 1919 41 Stat. 291
     Pub. Res 66-16Ambassador, Belgium JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the appointment of an ambassador to Belgium. September 29, 1919 41 Stat. 291
  Pub. Law 66-57Bridge, Minnesota River AN ACT Granting the consent of the Congress to the county of Hennepin, in the State of Minnesota, to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Minnesota River. October 10, 1919 41 Stat. 291
  Pub. Law 66-58Bridge, Tennessee River AN ACT To revive and reenact the Act entitled "An Act to authorize the Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company to rebuild and reconstruct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Tennessee River near Chattanooga, in Hamilton County, in the State of Tennessee," approved April 5 1916. October 13, 1919 41 Stat. 292
     Pub. Res 66-17Camp A. A. Humphreys, Va. JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to expend certain sums appropriated for the support of the Army for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1919, and June 30, 1920, at Camp A. A. Humphreys, Virginia. October 14, 1919 41 Stat. 292
  Pub. Law 66-59Alaska railroads extension AN ACT To amend an Act of Congress approved March 12, 1914, authorizing the President of the United States to locate, construct, and operate railroads in the Territory of Alaska, and for other purposes. October 18, 1919 41 Stat. 293
  Pub. Law 66-60Public lands, Nevada, underground water supply AN ACT To encourage the reclamation of certain arid lands in the State of Nevada, and for other purposes. October 22, 1919 41 Stat. 293
  Pub. Law 66-61Colorado riots, 1914, losses AN ACT For the payment of claims for loss of private property on account of the loss of firearms and ammunition taken by the United States troops during the labor strikes in the State of Colorado in 1914. October 22, 1919 41 Stat. 295
  Pub. Law 66-62National banks, loans and indebtedness AN ACT To amend sections 5200 and 5202 of the Revised Statutes of the United States as amended by Acts of June 22, 1906, and September 24, 1918. October 22, 1919 41 Stat. 296
  Pub. Law 66-63Food control and District of Columbia rents AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide further for the national security and defense by encouraging the production, conserving the supply, and controlling the distribution of food products and fuel," approved August 10, 1917, and to regulate rents in the District of Columbia. October 22, 1919 41 Stat. 297
  Pub. Law 66-64Union Pacific Railroad Company AN ACT Authorizing the Union Pacific Railroad Company, or its successors, to convey for public-road purposes certain parts of its right of way. October 22, 1919 41 Stat. 304
  Pub. Law 66-65Steam vessels, Shipping Board AN ACT Extending the provisions for the regulation of steam vessels to vessels owned or operated by the United States Shipping Board, and for other purposes. October 25, 1919 41 Stat. 305
  Pub. Law 66-66National Prohibition Act AN ACT To prohibit intoxicating beverages, and to regulate the manufacture, production, use, and sale of high-proof spirits for other than beverage purposes, and to insure an ample supply of alcohol and promote its use in scientific research and in the development of fuel, dye, and other lawful industries. October 28, 1919 41 Stat. 305
  Pub. Law 66-67Postal service, insular possessions AN ACT To improve the ad mini stration of the postal service in the Territory of Hawaii, in Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands. October 28, 1919 41 Stat. 323
  Pub. Law 66-68Bridge, Red River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the Paris-Hugo Bridge Company to construct a bridge and approaches thereto across Red River, near Arthur City, Lamar County, Texas. October 28, 1919 41 Stat. 324
  Pub. Law 66-69Idaho and Payette National Forests AN ACT Adding certain lands to the Idaho National Forest and the Payette National Forest, in the State of Idaho. October 29, 1919 41 Stat. 324
  Pub. Law 66-70Motor vehicle thefts AN ACT To punish the transportation of stolen motor vehicles in interstate or foreign commerce. October 29, 1919 41 Stat. 324
     Pub. Res 66-18Cotton crop condition report JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing and directing the Secretary of Agriculture to prepare and issue a supplementary report on the condition of the cotton crop. October 30, 1919 41 Stat. 325
  Pub. Law 66-71Public lands, Florida faulty surveys AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to adjust disputes or claims by entrymen, selectors, grantees, and patentees of the United States against the United States and between each other, arising from faulty surveys in townships twentynine south, range twenty-eight east; also in townships thirty-six, thirty-seven, and thirtyeight south, ranges twenty-nine and thirty east, Tallahassee meridian, in the State of Florida, and for other purposes. October 31, 1919 41 Stat. 325
  Pub. Law 66-72Reclamation projects, town site school lands AN ACT Granting lands for school purposes in Government town sites on reclamation projects. October 31, 1919 41 Stat. 326
  Pub. Law 66-73First Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1919 AN ACT Making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, and prior fiscal years, and for other purposes. November 4, 1919 41 Stat. 327
  Pub. Law 66-74Forest Grove, Oregon, Indian lands AN ACT Authorizing the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to transfer fractional block 6, of Naylor's addition, Forest Grove, Oregon, to the United States of America, for the use of the Bureau of Entomology, Department of Agriculture. November 6, 1919 41 Stat. 349
  Pub. Law 66-75Citizenship, Indian soldiers AN ACT Granting citizenship to certain Indians. November 6, 1919 41 Stat. 350
     Pub. Res 66-19Postal service, increased pay, 1920 JOINT RESOLUTION To provide additional compensation for employees of the Postal Service and making an appropriation therefor. November 7, 1919 41 Stat. 350
  Pub. Law 66-76Bangkok, Siam, legation premises AN ACT Providing for the exchange of certain legation buildings and grounds owned by the Government of the United States in Bangkok,Siam. November 8, 1919 41 Stat. 352
  Pub. Law 66-77Bridge, Red River AN ACT To authorize the construction of abridge across the Red River at or near Moncla, Louisiana. November 8, 1919 352 41 Stat. 352
  Pub. Law 66-78Bridge, Pocomoke River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Pocomoke River, at Pocomoke City, Maryland. November 8, 1919 352 41 Stat. 352
  Pub. Law 66-79Alien entry restricted AN ACT To regulate further the entry of aliens into the United States. November 10, 1919 353 41 Stat. 353
  Pub. Law 66-80Bridge, Pearl River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of a bridge across Pearl River, between Pearl River County, Mississippi, and Washington Parish, Louisiana. November 12, 1919 354 41 Stat. 354
     Pub. Res 66-20Public lands, mining assessments, 1919 JOINT RESOLUTION To suspend the requirements of annual assessment work on mining claims during the year 1919. November 13 1919 354 41 Stat. 354
  Pub. Law 66-81Bridge, Missouri River AN ACT Authorizing the Meridian Highway Bridge Company, a corporation, to construct and maintain a bridge or bridges and approaches thereto across the Missouri River between Yankton County, South Dakota, and Cedar County, Nebraska. November 18, 1919 355 41 Stat. 355
  Pub. Law 66-82Quapaw Indian Lands, Okla. AN ACT Authorizing the sale of inherited and unpartitioned allotments for town site purposes in the Quapaw Agency, Oklahoma. November 18, 1919 355 41 Stat. 355
  Pub. Law 66-83Zion National Park, Utah AN ACT To establish the Zion National Park in the State of Utah. November 19, 1919 356 41 Stat. 356
  Pub. Law 66-84Santa Fe, N. Mex., public building AN ACT To amend an Act approved March 4, 1913, entitled "An Act to increase the limit of cost of certain public buildings, to authorize the enlargement, extension, remodeling, or improvement of certain public buildings, to authorize the erection and completion of public buildings, to authorize the purchase of sites for public buildings, and for other purposes." November 19, 1919 356 41 Stat. 356
  Pub. Law 66-85Army, ef fects of deceased persons AN ACT To amend the Articles of War. November 19, 1919 356 41 Stat. 356
  Pub. Law 66-86North Point, Md., light station AN ACT To transfer the tract of land known as the Light House reservation at North Point, Maryland, from the jurisdiction of the Department of Commerce to the jurisdiction of the War Department. November 19, 1919 35? 41 Stat. 357
  Pub. Law 66-87Craney and Pishermans Islands, Va. AN ACT Transferring the tract of land known as Craney Island from the jurisdiction of the War Department to the jurisdiction of the Treasury Department and transferring the tract of land known as Fisherman Island from the jurisdiction of the Treasury Department to the jurisdiction of the War Department. November 19, 1919 358 41 Stat. 358
  Pub. Law 66-88Bridge, Choctawhatchee River AN ACT To authorize the State road department of the State of Florida to construct and maintain a bridge across the Choctawhatchee River, near Caryville, Florida, approximately one hundred and seventy feet south of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Bridge. November 19, 1919 358 41 Stat. 358
  Pub. Law 66-89Equipment, Federal Railroad Control AN ACT To provide for the reimbursement of the United States for motive power cars, and other eqiupment ordered for railroads and systems of transportation under Federal control, and for other purposes. November 19, 1919 359 41 Stat. 359
  Pub. Law 66-90Bridge, Connecticut River AN ACT Authorizing the board of county commissioners of the county of Hartford, in the State of Connecticut, to construct a bridge across the Connecticut River, between Windsor Locks and East Windsor, at Warehouse Point, in said county and State. November 19, 1919 360 41 Stat. 360
  Pub. Law 66-91Army machine tools AN ACT To provide for further educational facilities by authorizing the Secretary of War to sell at reduced rates certain machine tools not in use for Government purposes to trade, technical, and public schools and universities, other recognized educational institutions, and for other purposes. November 19, 1919 360 41 Stat. 360
  Pub. Law 66-92Postal service, second, third, and fourth class matter AN ACT Authorizing the return to the sender or the forwarding of undeliverable second, third, and fourth class mail matter. November 19, 1919 360 41 Stat. 360
  Pub. Law 66-93Bridge, Tennessee River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Tennessee River at or near the city of Decatur, Alabama. November 19, 1919 361 41 Stat. 361
     Pub. Res 66-21Coal-tar products imports JOINT RESOLUTION To continue the control of imports of dyes and coal-tar products. November 19, 1919 361 41 Stat. 361
     H. J. Res. 1Female suffrage JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Constitution extending the right of suffrage to women. June 5, 1919 362 41 Stat. 362
  Pub. Law 66-94District of Columbia, police AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act relating to the Metropolitan police of the District of Columbia," approved February 28, 1901, and for other purposes. December 5, 1919 363 41 Stat. 363
  Pub. Law 66-95Bridges, Chincoteague Bay, etc. AN ACT Authorizing the Chincoteague Toll Road and Bridge Company, Incorporated, a corporation created by, and existing under, the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, to construct certain bridges to connect Chincoteague Island and the mainland. December 10, 1919 365 41 Stat. 365
  Pub. Law 66-96"Charlotte Graveraet Breitung," change of name AN ACT To authorize the change of the name of the steamer Charlotte Graveraet Breitung to T. K. Maher. December 10, 1919 365 41 Stat. 365
  Pub. Law 66-97Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Mont. AN ACT Providing additional time for the payment of purchase money under homestead entries of lands within the former Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Montana. December 11, 1919 365 41 Stat. 365
  Pub. Law 66-98Public lands, money refunded AN ACT To amend an Act approved March 26, 1908, entitled "An Act to provide for the repayment of certain commissions, excess payments, and purchase moneys paid under the public land laws. " December 11, 1919 366 41 Stat. 366
  Pub. Law 66-99Army, allowance for death in service AN ACT To provide for the payment of six months' pay to the widow, children, or other designated dependent relative of any officer or enlisted man of the Regular Army whose death results from wounds or disease not the result of his own misconduct. December 17, 1919 367 41 Stat. 367
  Pub. Law 66-100International Communication Conference AN ACT To authorize the President of the United States to arrange and participate in an international conference to consider questions relating to international communication. December 17, 1919 367 41 Stat. 367
     Pub. Res 66-22Congressional employees, December, 1919, salaries JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the payment of salaries of officers and employees of Congress for December, 1919. December 17, 1919 368 41 Stat. 368
  Pub. Law 66-101District of Columbia, wild birds AN ACT To prohibit the purchase, sale, or possession for the purpose of sale of certain wild birds in the District of Columbia. December 18, 1919 368 41 Stat. 368
  Pub. Law 66-102Copyrights, wartime protection AN ACT To amend sections 8 and 21 of the Copyright Act, approved March 4, 1909. December 18, 1919 368 41 Stat. 368
     Pub. Res 66-23Congressional employees, December, 1919, salaries JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the payment of salaries of officers and employees of Congress for December, 1919. December 20, 1919 369 41 Stat. 369
     Pub. Res 66-24Codifying, etc., permanent laws JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the printing of the bill to consolidate, codify, revise, and reenact the general and permanent laws of the United States. December 23, 1919 370 41 Stat. 370
     Pub. Res 66-25Bridge, Chattahoochee River JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to construct a pontoon bridge across the Chattahoochee River at West Point, Georgia, and for other purposes. December 23, 1919 370 41 Stat. 370
  Pub. Law 66-103Gold certificates AN ACT To make gold certificates of the United States payable to bearer on demand legal tender. December 24, 1919 370 41 Stat. 370
  Pub. Law 66-104War Risk Insurance Act Amendments AN ACT To amend and modify the War Risk Insurance Act. December 24, 1919 371 41 Stat. 371
  Pub. Law 66-105Deficiencies appropriations AN ACT Making appropriations to supply urgent deficiencies in appropriations for the Employees' Compensation Commission, the Bureau of War Risk Insurance, and the Public Health Service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920. December 24, 1919. 377 41 Stat. 378
  Pub. Law 66-106Federal Reserve Act, foreign financial banks, etc. AN ACT To amend the Act approved December 23, 1913, known as the Federal Reserve Act. December 24, 1919 378 41 Stat. 378
     Pub. Res 66-26Navy and Marine Corps, allowances for quarters, etc. JOINT RESOLUTION Continuing temporarily certain allowances to officers of the Navy and Marine Corps. December 24, 1919 384 41 Stat. 384
     Pub. Res 66-27Alien entry restrictions JOINT RESOLUTION Making immediately available the appropriation for the expenses of regulating further the entry of aliens into the United States. December 24, 1919 385 41 Stat. 385
  Pub. Law 66-107Right of way, Little Chute, Wis. AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of War to grant permission to the municipal authorities of Little Chute, Wisconsin, to construct, maintain, and operate sewers on certain Government property and under the United States canal at Little Chute, Wisconsin. December 30, 1919 385 41 Stat. 385
  Pub. Law 66-108Bridge, Susquehanna River AN ACT For the construction of abridge across the Susquehanna River at Laceyville, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. December 31 1919 385 41 Stat. 385
  Pub. Law 66-109Sugar Equalization Board AN ACT To provide for the national welfare by continuing the United States Sugar Equalization Board until December 31, 1920, and for other purposes. December 31, 1919 386 41 Stat. 386
     Pub. Res 66-28Committee on Reclassification of Salaries JOINT RESOLUTION Extending the time for filing final report of the Joint Commission on Reclassification of Salaries, created by section 9, Public Numbered 314, Sixty-fifth Congress, approved March 1, 1919, to a date not later than March 12, 1920. January 10, 1920 386 41 Stat. 386
  Pub. Law 66-110National currency AN ACT To amend section 5182, Revised Statutes of the United States. January 13, 1920 387 41 Stat. 387
  Pub. Law 66-111District of Columbia, teachers' retirement AN ACT For the retirement of public-school teachers in the District of Columbia. January 15, 1920 387 41 Stat. 387
  Pub. Law 66-112Bridge, Lumber River AN ACT To authorize the Kingsdale Lumber Corporation to construct a bridge across Lumber River, near the town of Lumberton, North Carolina. January 15, 1920 390 41 Stat. 390
  Pub. Law 66-113Bridge, Great Pee Dee River AN ACT To authorize J. L. Anderson and H. M. Duvall to construct abridge across Great Pee Dee River at or near the town of Cheraw, South Carolina. January 15, 1920 390 41 Stat. 390
  Pub. Law 66-114Bridge, Rock River AN ACT For the construction of a bridge across Rock River at or nEast Grande Avenue, in the city of Beloit, Wisconsin. January 15, 1920 391 41 Stat. 391
  Pub. Law 66-115Bridge Connecticut River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the Connecticut River Railroad Company, its lessees, successors, and assigns to construct a bridge across the Connecticut River in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. January 15, 1920 391 41 Stat. 391
  Pub. Law 66-116Bridge, Pearl River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to Marion County, State of Mississippi, to construct a bridge across the Pearl River, in Marion County, State of Mississippi. January 15, 1920 391 41 Stat. 391
  Pub. Law 66-117Bridge, Tombigbee River AN ACT To authorize the construction, maintenance, and operation of a bridge across the Tombigbee River near Iron Wood Bluff, in Itawamba County, Mississippi. January 15, 1920 391 41 Stat. 391
  Pub. Law 66-118Public building, Saint Louis, Mo. AN ACT To provide for the erection of a Federal office building on the site acquired for the Subtreasury in Saint Louis, Missouri. January 17, 1920 392 41 Stat. 392
  Pub. Law 66-119Public lands, Arkansas, drainage AN ACT Authorizing local drainage districts to drain certain public lands in the State of Arkansas, counties of Mississippi and Poinsett, and subjecting said lands to taxation. January 17, 1920 392 41 Stat. 392
  Pub. Law 66-120Army, detached officers AN ACT Relating to detached service of officers of the Regular Army. January 17, 1920 394 41 Stat. 394
  Pub. Law 66-121New York judicial districts AN ACT To amend section 97. of the Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary," approved March 3, 1911. January 21, 1920 394 41 Stat. 394
  Pub. Law 66-122Fort Smith, Ark., old jail AN ACT Releasing the claim of the United States Government to the block or square of land in the city of Fort Smith, in the State of Arkansas, upon which is situated the old Federal Jail, to the city of Fort Smith for a site for a convention hall, community building, or other public purposes. January 23, 1920 396 41 Stat. 396
  Pub. Law 66-123Army, ordnance sergeants AN ACT To increase the efficiency of the Military Establishment of the United States. January 24, 1920 396 41 Stat. 396
  Pub. Law 66-124District of Columbia, fire department AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to classify the officers and members of the fire department of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes," a proved June 20, 1906, and for other purposes. January 24, 1920 396 41 Stat. 396
  Pub. Law 66-125Army, medals of honor AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act making appropriations for the support of the Army for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1919," approved July 9, 1918. January 24, 1920 398 41 Stat. 398
  Pub. Law 66-126State, etc., homes for disabled soldiers, admissions to AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide aid to State or Territorial homes for the support of disabled soldiers and sailors of the United States " approved August 27, 1888, as amended March 2, 1889. January 27, 1920.. 399 41 Stat. 399
  Pub. Law 66-127Kentucky eastern judicial district AN ACT To amend the Act establishing the eastern district of Kentucky. January 29, 1920 400 41 Stat. 400
  Pub. Law 66-128Buffalo Bridge Commission AN ACT To establish a commission on the practicability, feasibility, and place, and to devise plans for the construction of a public brie over the Niagara River from some point in the city of Buffalo, New York, to some point in the Dominionof Canada, and for other purposes. January 30, 1920 400 41 Stat. 400
  Pub. Law 66-129Bridge, Wabash River AN ACT To authorize the county of Fountain, in the State of Indiana, to construct a bridge across the Wabash River at the city of Attica, Fountain County, Indiana. February 3, 1920 401 41 Stat. 401
  Pub. Law 66-130Bridge, Columbia River AN ACT Authorizing the Interstate Construction Corporation to construct a bridge across the Columbia River, between the States of Oregon and Washington, at or within two miles westerly from Cascade Locks, in the State of Oregon, and granting a license to construct and maintain the approach to said bridge over property belonging to the Government of the United States. February 3, 1920 401 41 Stat. 401
  Pub. Law 66-131Customs, night loading AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the lading or unlading of vessels at night, the preliminary entry of vessels, and for other purposes," approved February 13, 1911. February 7, 1920 402 41 Stat. 402
  Pub. Law 66-132Ketchikan, Alaska, bonds AN ACT To authorize the incorporated town of Ketchikan, Alaska, to issue bonds for the construction and equipment of schools therein, and for other purposes. February 7, 1920 402 41 Stat. 402
  Pub. Law 66-133Army rifles, American Legion AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of War to loan Army rifles to posts of the American Legion. February 10, 1920 403 41 Stat. 403
  Pub. Law 66-134Bridge, Waccamaw River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the Whiteville Lumber Company, Goldsboro, North Carolina, to construct a bridge across the Waccamaw River at or near Old Dock, County of Columbus, North Carolina. February 10, 1920 404 41 Stat. 404
  Pub. Law 66-135Ochoco National Forest, Oregon AN ACT To add certain lands to the Ochoco National Forest, Oregon. February 11, 1920 404 41 Stat. 404
  Pub. Law 66-136Fort Berthold Indians, submission of claims AN ACT To confer on the Court of Claims jurisdiction to determine the respective rights of and differences between the Fort Berthold Indians and the Government of the United States. February 11 1920 404 41 Stat. 404
  Pub. Law 66-137Oregon, Siuslaw, and Crater National Forests, Oregon AN ACT To add to the Oregon, Siuslaw, and Crater National Forests in Oregon certain lands that were revested in the United States pursuant to the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of the Oregon and California Railroad Company against the United States, and for other purposes. February 11, 1920 405 41 Stat. 405
  Pub. Law 66-138Right of way, Fort Douglas, Utah AN ACT Granting certain rights of way and exchanges of the same across the Fort Douglas Military Reservation in the State of Utah. February 11, 1920. 406 41 Stat. 406
  Pub. Law 66-139Bridge, Detroit River AN ACT Authorizing the city of Detroit, Michigan, a municipal corporation, to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the American Channel of the Detroit River to Belle Isle. February 11, 1920 407 41 Stat. 407
  Pub. Law 66-140Public lands, restored Carey Act selections AN ACT To authorize a preference right of entry by certain Carey Act entrymen, and for other purposes. February 14, 1920 407 41 Stat. 407
  Pub. Law 66-141Appropriations, Indian Department AN ACT Making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes, and for other purposes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921. February 14, 1920 - 408 41 Stat. 408
     Pub. Res 66-29Public lands, homestead entries by soldiers, etc. JOINT RESOLUTION Giving to discharged soldiers, sailors, and marines a preferred right of homestead entry. February 14, 1920 434 41 Stat. 434
  Pub. Law 66-142Wrangell, Alaska, bonds AN ACT To authorize the incorporated town of Wrangell, Alaska, to issue bonds for the construction, enlargement, and equipment of schools, the acquisition and construction of a water-supply system, the construction of a sewer system, the construction of a city dock and floating dock, and to levy and collect a special tax therefor. February 17, 1920 435 41 Stat. 435
     Pub. Res 66-30Army hos ital equipment, etc., loan to Kansas JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War in ' discretion to turn over to the State of Kansas emergency hospital equipment to be used temporarily in emergency hospitals to be established in that State, and for other purposes. February 18, 1920 436 41 Stat. 436
  Pub. Law 66-143Bridge, White River AN ACT Authorizing Gordon N. Peay, junior, his heirs and assigns, to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge and approaches thereto across the White River. February 19, 1920 436 41 Stat. 436
  Pub. Law 66-144Navigation, changing names of vessels AN ACT To authorize the Commissioner of Navigation to change the names of vessels. February 19, 1920 436 41 Stat. 436
  Pub. Law 66-145Bridge, Savannah River AN ACT To grant the consent of Congress to the Alfords Bridge Company to construct a bridge across the Savannah River. February 21, 1920 437 41 Stat. 437
  Pub. Law 66-146Nonmetallic minerals, etc., leasing AN ACT To promote the mining of coal, phosphate, oil, oil shale, gas, and sodium on the public domain. February 25, 1920 437 41 Stat. 437
  Pub. Law 66-147Reclamation projects, water leases AN ACT For furnishing water supply for miscellaneous purposes in connection with reclamation projects. February 25, 1920 451 41 Stat. 451
  Pub. Law 66-148Flathead Indians, Mont., allotments AN ACT For the relief of certain members of the Flathead Nation of Indians, and for other purposes. February 25, 1920 452 41 Stat. 452
  Pub. Law 66-149Coast Guard, duty for Venezuela AN ACT Granting leave of absence to officers of the Coast Guard and for other purposes. February 27, 1920 452 41 Stat. 452
  Pub. Law 66-150Hawaii National Park AN ACT To authorize the governor of the Territory of Hawaii to acquire privately owned lands and rights of way within the boundaries of the Hawaii National Park. February 27, 1920 452 41 Stat. 452
  Pub. Law 66-151Army, camp construction, etc. AN ACT To amend the Army Appropriation Act for 1920, and for the purchase of land and to provide for construction work at certain military posts, and for other purposes. February 28, 1920 453 41 Stat. 453
  Pub. Law 66-152Transportation Ad, 1920 AN ACT To provide for the termination of Federal control of railroads and systems of transportation; to provide for the settlement of disputes between carriers and their employees; to further amend an Act entitled "An Act to regulate commerce," approved February 4, 1887, as amended, and for other purposes. February 28, 1920 456 41 Stat. 456
  Pub. Law 66-153District of Columbia, Zoning Commission AN ACT To regulate the height, area, and use of buildings in the District of Columbia and to create a Zoning Commission, and for other purposes. March 1) 1920. 500 41 Stat. 500
  Pub. Law 66-154Bridge, Roanoke River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of a bridge across the Roanoke River in Halifax County, North Carolina. March 4, 1920 502 41 Stat. 502
  Pub. Law 66-155Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1920 AN ACT Making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, and prior fiscal years, and for other purposes. March 6, 1920 503 41 Stat. 503
  Pub. Law 66-156Admiralty suits against United States, etc. AN ACT Authorizing suits against the United States in admiralty, suits for salvage services, and providing for the release of merchant vessels belonging to the United States from arrest and attachment in foreign jurisdictions, and for other purposes. March 9, 1920 525 41 Stat. 525
     Pub. Res 66-31Polish residents, return by Army transports JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to bring back on Army transports from Danzig, Poland, residents of the United States of Polish origin who were engaged in the war on the side of the allied and associated powers. March 10, 1920 528 41 Stat. 528
  Pub. Law 66-157Bridge, Red River AN ACT Authorizing the construction of a bridge and approaches thereto across Red River at a point a little east of north of Nocona in Montague County, Texas. March 12 1920 529 41 Stat. 529
  Pub. Law 66-158Bridge, Connecticut River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of a bridge across the Connecticut River between Springfield and West Springfield, in Hampden County, Massachusetts. March 12, 1920 529 41 Stat. 529
     Pub. Res 66-32Five Civilized Tribes, schools JOINT RESOLUTION To amend a certain paragraph of the Act entitled "An Act making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes, and for other purposes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921," approved February 14, 1920. March 12, 1920 529 41 Stat. 529
  Pub. Law 66-159Army surplus supplies, transfers AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of War to transfer certain surplus motor-propelled vehicles and motor equipment and road-making material to various services and departments of the Government, and for the use of the States. March 15, 1920.. 530 41 Stat. 530
  Pub. Law 66-160North Carolina judicial districts AN ACT To amend section 98 of an Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary," approved March 3, 1911, as amended. March 17? 1920 531 41 Stat. 531
  Pub. Law 66-161Bridge, Columbia River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a"b' and approaches thereto across the Columbia River, between the towns of Pasco and Kennewick, in the State of Washington. March 17, 1920 533 41 Stat. 533
  Pub. Law 66-162Bridge, Nestucca River AN ACT Authorizing F. R. Beals to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge across the Nestucca River, in Tillamook County Oregon. March 17, 1920 533 41 Stat. 533
  Pub. Law 66-163Pan-American trade-mark registration, etc. AN ACT To give effect to certain provisions of the convention for the protection of trade-marks and commercial names, made and signed in the city of Buenos Aires, in the Argentine Republic, August 20, 1910, and for other purposes. March 19, 1920 533 41 Stat. 533
     Pub. Res 66-33Colville Indian Reservation, ceded lands JOINT RESOLUTION Amending joint resolution extending the time for payment of purchase money on homestead entries in the former Colville Indian Reservation, Washington. March 19, 1920 535 41 Stat. 535
     Pub. Res 66-34National Screw Thread Commission JOINT RESOLUTION Extending the term of the National Screw Thread Commission for a period of two years from March 21, 1920. March 23, 1920 536 41 Stat. 536
  Pub. Law 66-164Customs, laborers AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to fix compensation of certain laborers in the Customs Service. March 24, 1920 536 41 Stat. 536
     Pub. Res 66-35Lincoln Memorial Commission, member JOINT RESOLUTION Relating to supervision of the Lincoln Memorial. March 20, 1920 537 41 Stat. 537
  Pub. Law 66-165United States courts, death on high seas, etc. AN ACT Relating to the maintenance of actions for death on the high seas and other navigable waters. March 30, 1920 537 41 Stat. 537
  Pub. Law 66-166Appropriations, Military Academy AN ACT Making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, and for other purposes. March 30, 1920 538 41 Stat. 538
  Pub. Law 66-167Food relief to Europe AN ACT Providing for the relief of populations in Europe and in countries contiguous thereto suffering for want of food. March 30 1920 548 41 Stat. 548
  Pub. Law 66-168Blackfeet Indian irrigation project AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to acquire certain Indian lands necessary for reservoir purposes in connection with the Blackfeet Indian reclamation project. April 1, 1920 549 41 Stat. 549
  Pub. Law 66-169Fort Peck Indian Reservation, town sites AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to issue patent to School District Numbered Eight, Sheridan County, Montana, for block one, in Wakea town site Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Montana, and to set aside one block in each town site on said reservation for school purposes. April 1, 1920 549 41 Stat. 549
     Pub. Res 66-36Marine Exposition JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Department of Commerce to participate in the National Marine Exposition to be held in New York in April, 1920. April 8, 1920 550 41 Stat. 550
     Pub. Res 66-37Smithsonian Institution, Regent JOINT RESOLUTION Providing for the filling of a vacancy in the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, of the class other than Members of Congress. April 10, 1920 550 41 Stat. 550
  Pub. Law 66-170Federal Reserve banks, rediscounts AN ACT To amend the Act approved December 23, 1913, known as the Federal Reserve Act. April 13, 1920 550 41 Stat. 550
  Pub. Law 66-171Public lands, Gregory County, S. Dak. AN ACT Authorizing the sale of lands in Gregory County, South Dakota. April 15, 1920 550 41 Stat. 550
  Pub. Law 66-172Flood control, Minnesota River, etc. AN ACT To authorize the construction of flood control and improvement works in Minnesota River and Big Stone Lake between the States of Minnesota and South Dakota. April 15, 1920 551 41 Stat. 551
  Pub. Law 66-173Bridge, White River AN ACT To authorize the Ozark Forest road improvement district of Baxter County, Arkansas, to construct and maintain a bridge across the White River, near Norfork, Arkansas. April 15, 1920 551 41 Stat. 551
  Pub. Law 66-174Bridge Lake Champlain AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across Lake Champlain, between the towns of Shoreham, Vermont, and Ticonderoga, New York. April 15, 1920 551 41 Stat. 551
  Pub. Law 66-175National cemeteries, burials extended AN ACT To amend section 4878 of the Revised Statutes as amended by the Act of March 3 1897. April 15, 1920 552 41 Stat. 552
  Pub. Law 66-176Public lands, Huron County, Mich. AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to issue patent in fee simple to the county of Huron, in the State of Michigan, for a certain-described tract of land for public-park purposes. Aril 15, 1920 552 41 Stat. 552
  Pub. Law 66-177Public lands, erroneous surveys, Utah AN ACT For the relief of occupants and claimants of unsurveyed public land in township eight north of range two west of Salt Lake meridian, Utah. April 15, 1920 553 41 Stat. 553
  Pub. Law 66-178Nez Perce Indian lands, Lapwai, Idaho AN ACT Authorizing and directing the transfer approximately of ten acres of land to Rural High School District Numbered One, Lapwai, Idaho. April 15, 1920 553 41 Stat. 553
  Pub. Law 66-179Kennebunkport Me., customhouse, sale AN ACT For the public sale of customhouse building and site at I?ennebunkport, Maine. April 15, 1920 554 41 Stat. 554
  Pub. Law 66-180Removal of causes from State courts, process AN ACT Providing for service of process in causes removed from a State or other court to a United States court. April 16, 1920 554 41 Stat. 554
     Pub. Res 66-38Army, dental outfits JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to dispose of surplus dental outfits. April 17, 1920 554 41 Stat. 554
  Pub. Law 66-181District of Columbia Code amendments AN ACT To amend the Act entitled "An Act to establish a code of law for the District of Columbia, approved March 3, 1901," and the Acts amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto. April 19, 1920 555 41 Stat. 555
  Pub. Law 66-182Farm Loan Act Amendments AN ACT To amend certain sections of the Federal Farm Loan Act, approved July 17, 1916. April 20 1920 570 41 Stat. 570
  Pub. Law 66-183Bridge, Pearl River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to Madison and Rankin Counties, in the State of Mississippi, to construct a bridge across the Pearl River between Madison and Rankin Counties. April 21, 1920 : 572 41 Stat. 572
  Pub. Law 66-184Bridge, Mahoning River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the city of Youngstown, Ohio, to construct a bridge across the Mahoning River, at. or near Division Street, in the city of Youngstown, Ohio. April 21, 1920 572 41 Stat. 572
  Pub. Law 66-185Printing paper tariff rates AN ACT To amend section 600 of the Act approved September 8, 1916, entitled "An Act to increase the revenue, and for other purposes." April 23, 1920 573 41 Stat. 573
     Pub. Res 66-39Nitrate of Soda, from Army supply JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to turn over to agricultural fertilizer distributors or users a supply of nitrate of soda. April23, 1920 573 41 Stat. 573
  Pub. Law 66-186Bridge, Missouri River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Missouri River near Kansas City. April 24, 1920 574 41 Stat. 574
  Pub. Law 66-187Appropriations, postal service AN ACT Making appropriations for the service of the Post Office Department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, and for other purposes. April 24, 1920. 574 41 Stat. 574
  Pub. Law 66-188Bridge, Red River of the North AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the village and town- Page. ship of Shelly, Norman County, Minnesota, and the township of Caledonia, Traill County, North Dakota, and their successors and assigns, to construct a bridge across the Red River of the North on the boundary line between the said States. April 24 1920 584 41 Stat. 584
  Pub. Law 66-189Iowa Indians, submission of claims AN ACT Conferring jurisdiction on the court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment in claims of the Iowa Tribe of Indians against the United States. April 28, 1920 585 41 Stat. 585
  Pub. Law 66-190Pensions, Civil War, etc., increased AN ACT To revise and equalize rates of pension to certain soldiers, sailors, and marines of the Civil War and the War with Mexico, to certain widows, including widows of the War of 181.2, former widows, dependent parents, and children of such soldiers, sailors, and marines, and to certain Army nurses, and granting pensions and increase of pensions in certain cases. May 1, 1920 585 41 Stat. 585
  Pub. Law 66-191Bridge, Saint Louis River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of a bridge across the Saint Louis River between the States of Minnesota and Wisconsin. May 3, 1920 588 41 Stat. 588
     Pub. Res 66-40Fort Douglas, Utah, sand, etc. JOINT RESOLUTION To authorize the Secretary of War to grant revocable licenses for the removal of sand and gravel from the Fort Douglas Military Reservation for industrial purposes. May 5, 1920 588 41 Stat. 588
  Pub. Law 66-192Coast Guard, Lake Superior station AN ACT To authorize the establishment of a Coast Guard station on the coast of Lake Superior, in Cook County, Minnesota. May 6, 1920 588 41 Stat. 588
  Pub. Law 66-193Bridge Bayou Bartholomew AN ACT Extending the time for constructing a bridge across the;Bayou Bartholomew, in the State of Arkansas. May 7, 1920 589 41 Stat. 589
  Pub. Law 66-194Bridge, Red River AN ACT To grant the consent of Congress to the Elmer Red River Bridge Company to construct a bridge across the Red River. May 7, 1920 589 41 Stat. 589
  Pub. Law 66-195Appropriations, deficiencies for railroad control, etc. AN ACT Making appropriations to supply a deficiency in the appropriations for the Federal control of transportation systems and to supply urgent deficiencies in certain appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, and for other purposes. May 8, 1920 589 41 Stat. 589
  Pub. Law 66-196Bridge, Pentwater River or Lake AN ACT For the construction of a bridge across the Pentwater River or Pentwater Lake, Michigan. May 8, 1920 593 41 Stat. 593
  Pub. Law 66-197Deportation of undesirable aliens AN ACT To deport certain undesirable aliens and to deny readmission to those deported. May 10, 1920 593 41 Stat. 593
  Pub. Law 66-198Army, aeronautic instruction AN ACT To provide for the training of officers of the Army in aeronautic engineering May 10, 1920 594 41 Stat. 594
  Pub. Law 66-199Coins, Maine centennial AN ACT To authorize the coinage of 50-cent pieces in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the admission of the State of Maine into the Union. May 10, 1920 595 41 Stat. 595
  Pub. Law 66-200Coins, Alabama centennial AN ACT To authorize the coinage of 50-cent pieces in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the admission of the State of Alabama into the Union. Maq 10, 1920 595 41 Stat. 595
  Pub. Law 66-201Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, ceded lands AN ACT For the sale of isolated tracts in the former Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, North Dakota. May 10, 1920 595 41 Stat. 595
     Pub. Res 66-41Mexican border losses, 1912 JOINT RESOLUTION To correct an error in the wording of the appropriation of $71,000 made in the Act approved July 9, 1918, and to authorize the Secretary of War to pay said sum to respective parties entitled thereto. May 10, 1920 596 41 Stat. 596
  Pub. Law 66-202Public lands, Pocatello, Idaho AN ACT To grant certain lands to the city of Pocatello, State of Idaho, for conserving and protecting the source of its water supply. May 12, 1920 596 41 Stat. 596
  Pub. Law 66-203Coins, Pilgrims tercentennial AN ACT To authorize the coinage of 50-cent pieces in commemoration of the three hundredth anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims. May 12, 1920 597 41 Stat. 597
  Pub. Law 66-204Bridge, Red River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to Sid Smith, of Bonham, Texas, for the construction of a bridge across the Red River between the countries of Fannin, Texas, and Bryan, Oklahoma. May 13, 1920 597 41 Stat. 597
  Pub. Law 66-205Bridge, Sabine River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Sabine River at or near Orange, Texas. May 13, 1920 598 41 Stat. 598
  Pub. Law 66-206National Educational Association AN ACT To amend an act entitled "An Act to incorporate the National Educational Association of the United States" by adding thereto an additional section. May 13, 1920 598 41 Stat. 598
     Pub. Res 66-42Landing of the Pilgrims tercentennial JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing an appropriation for the participation of the TJnited States in the observance of the three hundredth anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims at Provincetown and Plymouth, Massachusetts. May 13, 1920 598 41 Stat. 598
  Pub. Law 66-207Public lands, Uintah ceded lands AN ACT To authorize the disposition of certain grazing lands in the State of Utah, and for other purposes. May 14, 1920 599 41 Stat. 599
  Pub. Law 66-208Imperial Valley, Calif., irrigation AN ACT To provide for an examination and report on the condition and possible irrigation development of the Imperial Valley in California. May 18, 1920. 600 41 Stat. 600
  Pub. Law 66-209Public Building, Bedford, Iowa, accepted AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to accept on behalf of the United States the donation by Sedgwick Post Numbered Ten, Grand Army of the Republic, of its memorial hall property in Bedford, Taylor County, Iowa, for Federal building purposes. May 18, 1920 601 41 Stat. 601
  Pub. Law 66-210Additional pay, Army,.Navy, etc. AN ACT To increase the efficiency of the commissioned and enlisted personnel of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Coast and Geodetic Survey, and Public Health Service. May 18, 1920 601 41 Stat. 601
  Pub. Law 66-211Oregon National Forest AN ACT To enlarge the boundaries of the Oregon National Forest. May 20, 1920 605 41 Stat. 605
  Pub. Law 66-212Reclamation Act, released lands AN ACT To provide for the disposition of public lands withdrawn and improved under the provisions of the reclamation laws, and which are no longer needed in connection with said laws. May 20, 1920 605 41 Stat. 605
  Pub. Law 66-213Army, relief of certain officers, etc. AN ACT For the relief of certain officers of the United States Army, and for other purposes. May 21, 1920 606 41 Stat. 606
  Pub. Law 66-214Appropriations, fortifications AN ACT Making appropriations for fortifications and other works of defense, for the armament thereof, and for the procurement of heavy ordnance for trial and service, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, and for other purposes. May 21, 1920 607 41 Stat. 607
  Pub. Law 66-215Civil Service Retirement Act AN ACT For the retirement of employees in the classified civil service and for other purposes. May 22, 1920 614 41 Stat. 614
  Pub. Law 66-216Criminal Code, sending poisons, etc., in the mails AN ACT To amend section 217 of the Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise, and amend the penal laws of the United States," approved March 4, 1909. May 25, 1920 620 41 Stat. 620
  Pub. Law 66-217Rights of way from land grant roads AN ACT Authorizing certain railroad companies, or their successors in interest, to convey for public-road purposes certain parts of their rights of way. May 25, 1920 621 41 Stat. 621
  Pub. Law 66-218Public lands, Myrtle Point, Oreg. AN ACT To authorize the purchase by the city of Myrtle Point, Oregon, of certain lands formerly embraced in the grant to the Oregon and California Railroad Company and revested in the United States by the Act approved June 9, 1916. May 25, 1920 621 41 Stat. 621
  Pub. Law 66-219Public lands, Johnson County, Wyo. AN ACT Authorizing the issuance of patent to Johnson County, Wyoming, of lands for poor-farm purposes. May 25, 1920 622 41 Stat. 622
  Pub. Law 66-220Oregon-California revested lands, isolated tracts AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to dispose of at public sale certain isolated and fractional tracts of lands formerly embraced in the grant to the Oregon and California Railroad Company. May 25, 1920 622 41 Stat. 622
  Pub. Law 66-221Watertown, N. Y., Army buildings AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of War to turn over to the Postmaster General without charge therefor a certain building, or buildings, now located at Watertown, New York. May 25, 1920 623 41 Stat. 623
     Pub. Res 66-43Army tents, etc. Grand Army encam ment JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to loan to f'aul E. Slocumb Post, Numbered Eighty-five, Grand Army of the Republic, Bloomington, Indiana, necessary tents and cots for use at the State encampment to be held at said city May 25, 26, and 27, 1920. May 25, 1920 623 41 Stat. 623
  Pub. Law 66-222Klamath, etc., Indians, claims of AN ACT Authorizing certain tribes of Indians to submit claims to the Court of Claims, and for other purposes. May 26, 1920 623 41 Stat. 623
  Pub. Law 66-223Five Civilized Tribes, use of funds AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act making appro ria, tions for the current and contingent expenses of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, for fulfi treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes, and for other purposes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1914," approved June 30, 1913. May 26, 1920 625 41 Stat. 625
  Pub. Law 66-224Fort Logan $. Roots, Ark., disposal of land, etc. AN ACT To convey to the Big Rock Stone and Construction Company a portion of the military reservation of Fort Logan H. Roots, in the State of Arkansas. May 26, 1920 625 41 Stat. 625
  Pub. Law 66-225Interlocking directorates, private bankers, etc. AN ACT To amend section 8 of an Act entitled "An Act to supplement existing laws against unlawful restraints and monopolies, and for other purposes," approved October 15, 1914, as amended May 15, 1916. May 26, 1920 626 41 Stat. 626
     Pub. Res 66-44War Risk Insurance Bureau, accounts JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing and directing the accounting officers of the Treasury to allow credit to the disbursing clerk of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance in certain cases. May 26, 1920 627 41 Stat. 627
     Pub. Res 66-45Farm Loan bonds, purchases JOINT RESOLUTION Extending the provisions of an Act amending section 32 of the Federal Farm Loan Act approved July 17, 1916, to June 30, 1921. May 26, 1920 627 41 Stat. 627
  Pub. Law 66-226Public lands, uncovered in Klamath Bird Reserve AN ACT To restore to the public domain certain lands heretofore reserved for a bird reservation in Siskiyou and Modoc Counties, California, and Klamath County, Oregon, and for other purposes. May 27, 1920 627 41 Stat. 627
  Pub. Law 66-227Bridge, Arkansas River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to Muskogee County, Oklahoma, to construct a bridge across the Arkansas River, between sections sixteen and twentyone, township fifteen north, range nineteen east, in the State of'Oklahoma. May 27, 1920 629 41 Stat. 629
  Pub. Law 66-228Bridge Arkansas River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to Muskogee County, Oklahoma, to construct a bridge across the Arkansas River, in section eighteen, township twelve north, range twenty-one east, in the State of Oklahoma. May 27, 1920 629 41 Stat. 629
  Pub. Law 66-229United States courts, embezzlement by officials AN ACT To provide for the punishment of officers of United States courts wrongfully converting moneys coming into their possession, and for other purposes. May 29, 1920 630 41 Stat. 630
  Pub. Law 66-230Public lands, correcting erroneous surveys, Idaho AN ACT For the relief of certain persons to whom, or their predecessors, patents were issued to public lands along the Snake River in the State of Idaho under an erroneous survey made in 1883. May 29, 1920 630 41 Stat. 630
  Pub. Law 66-231Appropriations, legislative, executive, and, judicial expenses AN ACT Making appropriations for the legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, and for other purposes. May 29, 1920 631 41 Stat. 631
  Pub. Law 66-232Joint stock land banks, liquidation AN ACT To amend section 16 of the Act of Congress approved July 17, 1916, known as the Federal Farm Loan Act. May 29, 1920 691 41 Stat. 691
  Pub. Law 66-233Roosevelt Memorial Association AN ACT To incorporate the Roosevelt Memorial Association. May 31, 1920 691 41 Stat. 691
  Pub. Law 66-234Appropriations, Agricultural Department AN ACT Making a propriations for the Department of agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921. May 31, 1920 694 41 Stat. 694
  Pub. Law 66-235National Parks, Calif., cession of jurisdiction by State AN ACT To accept the cession by the State of California of exclusive jurisdiction of the lands embraced within the Yosemite National Park, Sequoia National Park, and General Grant National Park, respectively, and for other purposes. June 2, 1920 731 41 Stat. 731
  Pub. Law 66-236Vocational rehabilitation, persons disabled tin industry AN ACT To provide for the promotion of vocational rehabilitation of persons disabled in industry or otherwise and their return to civil employment. June 2, 1920 735 41 Stat. 735
     Pub. Res 66-46Cotton future options repealed JOINT RESOLUTION To amend an Act entitled "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921," approved May 31, 1920. June 2, 1920 738 41 Stat. 738
     Pub. Res 66-47Olympic games, Army transports for teams JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing use of Army transports by teams, individuals, and their equipment representing the United States in Olympic games and international competitions. June 2, 1920 738 41 Stat. 738
  Pub. Law 66-237Sioux Indians, submission of claims AN ACT Authorizing the Srioux Tribe of Indians to submit claims to the Court of Claims. June 3, 1920 738 41 Stat. 738
  Pub. Law 66-238Appropriations, diplomatic and consular AN ACT Making appropriations for the Diplomatic and Consular Service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921. June 4, 1920 739 41 Stat. 739
  Pub. Law 66-239Crow Indians, Mont., allotment, etc. AN ACT To provide for the allotment of lands of the Crow Tribe, for the distribution of tribal funds, and for other purposes. June 4, 1920 751 41 Stat. 751
  Pub. Law 66-240John Zimmerman AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to issue a patent to John Zimmerman for certain lands in the Colorado National Forest upon the surrender of other lands of an equal acreage also located in the Colorado National Forest, Colorado. June 4, 1920 757 41 Stat. 757
  Pub. Law 66-241Oregon-California Railroad revested lands, etc. AN ACT Regulating the disposition of lands formerly embraced in the grants to the Oregon and California Railroad Company and Coos Bay Wagon Road Company. June 4, 1920 758 41 Stat. 758
  Pub. Law 66-242Army reorganization, etc. AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act for making further and more effectual provision for the national defense, and for other purposes," approved June 3, 1916, and to establish military justice. June 4, 1920 759 41 Stat. 759
  Pub. Law 66-243Appropriations, naval service AN ACT Making appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, and for other purposes. June 4, 1920 812 41 Stat. 812
  Pub. Law 66-244Appropriations, pensions AN ACT Making appropriations for the payment of invalid and other pensions of the United States for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, and for other purposes. June 4, 1920 837 41 Stat. 837
  Pub. Law 66-245Appropriations, District of Columbia AN ACT Making appropriations to provide for the expenses of the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, and for other purposes. June 5, 1920 837 41 Stat. 837
  Pub. Law 66-246Appropriations, sundry civil expenses AN ACT Making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, and for other purposes. June 5, 1920 874 41 Stat. 874
  Pub. Law 66-247New Mexico, use of land grant proceeds AN ACT Authorizing the State of New Mexico to apply the proceeds of the grant to said State of one million acres of land made by section 7 of the Enabling Act, June 20, 1910, for the reimbursement of Grant County, Luna County, Hidalgo County, Santa Fe County, and the town of Silver City, New Mexico. June 5, 1920 947 41 Stat. 947
  Pub. Law 66-248Bridge, Red River of the North AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the counties of Pembina, North Dakota, and Kittson, Minnesota, to construct a bridge across the Red River of the North at or near the city of Pembina, North Dakota. June 5, 1920 947 41 Stat. 947
  Pub. Law 66-249Bridge, Rock River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Rock River, in Lee County, State of Illinios, at or near the city of Dixon, in said county. June 5, 1920 948 41 Stat. 948
  Pub. Law 66-250Panama Canal, release of tract, Cristobal AN ACT To remove a certain tract or lots of land in Cristobal, Canal Zone, from the operation and effect of the Executive order of the President of December 5, 1912, pursuant to the Act of Congress of August 24, 1912 (Thirty-seventh Statutes, chapter 390, page 565). June 5, 1920 948 41 Stat. 948
  Pub. Law 66-251Appropriations, Army AN ACT Making apropriations for the support of the Army for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, and for other purposes. June 5, 1920 948 41 Stat. 948
  Pub. Law 66-252Trading with enemy, property released AN ACT To amend section 9 of an Act entitled "An Act to define, regulate, and punish trading with the enemy, and for other purposes," approved October 6, 1917, as amended. June 5, 1920 977 41 Stat. 977
  Pub. Law 66-253Sierra National Forest, Calif., exchange of lands AN ACT For the consolidation of forest lands in the Sierra National Forest, California, and for other purposes. June 5 1920 980 41 Stat. 980
  Pub. Law 66-254Aliens, admission of illiterate women AN ACT To amend section 3 of any Act entitled "An Act to regulate the immigration of aliens to, and the residence of aliens in, the United States," approved February 5, 1917. June 5, 1920 981 41 Stat. 981
  Pub. Law 66-255Petersburg, Alaska, bonds AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to authorize the incorporated town of Petersburg, Alaska, to issue bonds in any sum not exceeding $75,000 for the purpose of constructing and installing a municipal electric light and power plant and for the construction of, public-school building," approved September 29, 1919. June 5, 1920 981 41 Stat. 981
  Pub. Law 66-256Pensions, Spanish War, etc. AN ACT To pension soldiers and sailors of the War with Spain, the Philippine insurrection, and the China relief expedition. June 5, 1920 982 41 Stat. 982
  Pub. Law 66-257Public Lands, Los Angeles, Calif., water supply, etc. AN ACT Amending an Act entitled "An Act authorizing and directing the Secretary of. the Interior to sell to the city of Los Angeles, California, certain public lands in California; and granting rights in, over, and through the Sierra Forest Reserve, the Santa Barbara Forest Reserve, and the San Gabriel Timberland Reserve, California, to the city of Los Angeles, California," approved June 30, 1906. June 5, 1920 983 41 Stat. 983
  Pub. Law 66-258Caster State Park Game Sanctuary, S. Dak. AN ACT For the creation of the Custer State Park Game Sanctuary, in the State of South Dakota, and for other purposes. June 5, 1920 986 41 Stat. 986
  Pub. Law 66-259Women's Bureau, Department of Labor AN ACT To establish in the Department of Labor a bureau to be known as the Women's Bureau. June 5, 1920 987 41 Stat. 987
  Pub. Law 66-260Public lands, Carey Act, segregation by Oregon, extended AN ACT Providing for the extension of time for the reclamation of certain lands in the State of Oregon under the Carey Act. June 5, 1920. 987 41 Stat. 987
  Pub. Law 66-261Merchant Marine Act, 1920 AN ACT To provide for the promotion and maintenance of the American merchant marine, to repeal certain emergency legislation, and provide for the disposition, regulation, and use of property acquired thereunder, and for other purposes. June 5, 1920. 988 41 Stat. 988
  Pub. Law 66-262Anarchists, etc., excluded AN ACT To amend the Act entitled "An Act to exclude and expel from the United States aliens who are members of the anarchistic and similar classes," approved October 16, 1918. June 5, 1920 1008 41 Stat. 1008
  Pub. Law 66-263Appropriations, rivers and harbors AN ACT Making appropriations for the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes. June 5, 1920 1009 41 Stat. 1009
  Pub. Law 66-264Third Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1920 AN ACT Making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, and prior fiscal years, and for other purposes. June 5, 1920 1015 41 Stat. 1015
  Pub. Law 66-265Postal service reclassification, etc. AN ACT To reclassify postmasters and employees of the Postal Service and readjust their salaries and compensation on an equitable basis. June 5, 1920 1045 41 Stat. 1045
  Pub. Law 66-266Public lands, Louisiana AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to issue patent to R. L. Credille, mayor of the village of Bonita, Louisiana, in trust, for certain purposes. June 5, 1920 1053 41 Stat. 1053
  Pub. Law 66-267Coast and Geodetic Survey damages AN ACT Authorizing the Superintendent of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, subject to the approval of the Secretary of Commerce, to consider, ascertain, adjust, and determine claims for damages occasioned by acts for which said survey is responsible in certain cases. June 5, 1920 1054 41 Stat. 1054
  Pub. Law 66-268Garden City,.K,a nirsrigation project AN ACT For the relief of the Garden City (Kansas) Water Users' Association, and for other purposes. June 5, 1920 1054 41 Stat. 1054
  Pub. Law 66-269Bridge, Delaware River AN ACT To authorize the Central Railroad Company of New Jersey to construct a bridge across the waters of the Delaware River, between the city of Easton, in the State of Pennsylvania, and the city of Phillipsburg, in the State of New Jersey. June 5, 1920 1055 41 Stat. 1055
  Pub. Law 66-270Bridge, Chattahoochee River AN ACT Authorizing Troup County, Georgia, to construct a bridge across the Chattahoochee River near West Point, Georgia. June 5, 1920 1055 41 Stat. 1055
  Pub. Law 66-271Bridge, Chattahoochee River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the city of Columbus, in the State of Georgia, to construct abridge across the Chattahoochee River. June 5, 1920 1055 41 Stat. 1055
  Pub. Law 66-272Navy, service for South American Republics AN ACT To authorize officers of the naval service to accept offices with compensation and emoluments from Governments of the Republics of South America. June 5, 1920 1056 41 Stat. 1056
  Pub. Law 66-273Caribou National Forest, Idaho AN ACT To authorize the addition of certain lands to the Caribou National Forest. June 5, 1920 1056 41 Stat. 1056
  Pub. Law 66-274Hides, skins, and leather statistics AN ACT Authorizing and directing the Director of the Census to collect and publish monthly statistics concerning hides, skirts, and leather. June 5 1920 1057 41 Stat. 1057
  Pub. Law 66-275Aids to navigation AN ACT To authorize aids to navigation and for other works in the Lighthouse Service, and for other purposes. June 5, 1920 1057 41 Stat. 1057
  Pub. Law 66-276Alaska, reserved shore spaces AN ACT To provide for the abolition of the eighty-rod reserved shore spaces between claims on shore waters in Alaska. June 5, 1920 1059 41 Stat. 1059
  Pub. Law 66-277Flood control, Red River of the North, etc. AN ACT To authorize the construction of flood control and improvement works in Boise de Sioux River, the Red River of the North, and Lake Traverse, between the States of Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota. June 5, 1920 1059 41 Stat. 1059
  Pub. Law 66-278Hospital for discharged soldiers, etc., D. C. AN ACT To amend paragraph (e) of section 7 of the Act approved March 3, 1919, entitled "An act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to provide hospital and sanatorium facilities for discharged sick and disabled soldiers, sailors, and marines.' June 5, 1920 1060 41 Stat. 1060
  Pub. Law 66-279Criminal Code, obscene books, lewd motion-picture films, etc. AN ACT To amend the penal laws of the United States. June 5, 1920 1060 41 Stat. 1060
     Pub. Res 66-48Radio stations, use of Government JOINT RESOLUTION To authorize the operation of Governmentowned radio stations for the use of the general public, and for other purposes. June 5 1920 1061 41 Stat. 1061
     Pub. Res 66-49Army tents, etc., United Confederate Veterans JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to loan to the Albert Sidney Johnston Camp, United Confederate Veterans, Numbered Eighteen hundred and twenty, Fort Worth, Texas, one hundred tents and cots for the use of Confederate Veterans at the reunion of said camp June 24 to 27, inclusive, 1920. June 5, 1920 1061 41 Stat. 1061
     Pub. Res 66-50Army cots, American Legion JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the Secretary of War to loan to the American Legion Post Numbered Seventy-three, Vincennes, Indiana, necessary cots for use at the State encampment of the American Legion to be held at Vincennes, Indiana, on June 28 and 29, 1920. June 5, 1920 1062 41 Stat. 1062
     Pub. Res 66-51Monument, motor convoy starting point, D. C. JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the erection of a monument marking the starting point of the motor convoy from Washington to San Francisco. June 5, 1920 1062 41 Stat. 1062
     Pub. Res 66-52Congressional session employees, June, 1920 JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the payment of the compensation of session employees of the Senate and House of Representatives for the month of June, 1920, on the 5th day of said month. June 5, 1920 1063 41 Stat. 1063
  Pub. Law 66-280Federal Water Power Act AN ACT To create a Federal Power Commission; to provide for the improvement of navigation; the development of water power; the use of the public lands in relation thereto, and to repeal section 18 of the River and Harbor Appropriation Act, approved August 8, 1917, and for other purposes. June 10, 1920 1063 41 Stat. 1063
  Pub. Law 66-281Army enlistments AN ACT Authorizing the enlistment of non-English speaking citizens and aliens. June 14, 1920 1077 41 Stat. 1077
  Pub. Law 66-282Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT To extend the time for the completion of the municipal bridge approaches, and extensions or additions thereto, by the city of Saint Louis within the States of Illinois and Missouri. June 14, 1920 1077 41 Stat. 1077
  Pub. Law 66-283Bridge, Monongahela River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of a bridge across the Monongahela River, at or near the borough of Wilson, in the county of Allegheny, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. June 14, 1920 1078 41 Stat. 1078
  Pub. Law 66-284Bridge, Allegheny River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of a bridge across the Allegheny River, at or near Sixteenth Street, in the city of Pittsburgh, county of Allegheny, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. June 14, 1920 1078 41 Stat. 1078
  Pub. Law 66-285Bridge, Allegheny River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of a bridge across the Allegheny River at or near Millvale Borough, in the county of Allegheny, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. June 14, 1920 1078 41 Stat. 1078
  Pub. Law 66-286Bridge, Ohio River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of abridge across the Ohio River at or near McKees Rocks Borough, in the county of Allegheny, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. June 14, 1920 1079 41 Stat. 1079
     Pub. Res 66-53Congressional employees, December 1920, salaries JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing payment of the salaries of officers and employees of Congress for December, 1920, on the twentieth day of said month. December 16, 1920 1081 41 Stat. 1081
  Pub. Law 66-287District of Columbia, hotel proprietors AN ACT Establishing the liability of hotel proprietors and innkeepers in the District of Columbia. December 21, 1920 1081 41 Stat. 1081
  Pub. Law 66-288Medal of merit, merchant marine AN ACT To provide for the ward of a medal of merit to the personnel of the merchant marine of the United States of America. December 22, 1920 1082 41 Stat. 1082
  Pub. Law 66-289Alien seamen, hospital treatment AN ACT To provide for the treatment in hospital of diseased alien seamen. December 26, 1920 1082 41 Stat. 1082
     Pub. Res 66-54Joint Committee on Reorganization JOINT RESOLUTION To create a Joint Committee on the Reorganization of the Administrative Branch of the Government. December 29, 1920 1083 41 Stat. 1083
  Pub. Law 66-290Mining assessments, 1920 AN ACT Extending the time for the doing of annual assessment work on mining claims for the year 1920 to and including July 1, 1921. December 31, 1920 1084 41 Stat. 1084
     Pub. Res 66-55'War Finance Corporation JOINT RESOLUTION Directing the War Finance Corporation to take certain action for the relief of the present depression in the agricultural sections of the country, and for other purposes. January 4, 1921 1084 41 Stat. 1084
  Pub. Law 66-291Public lands, Carey Act segregatwns AN ACT To amend section 3 of an Act entitled "An Act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1902, and for other purposes," approved March 3, 1901 (Thirty-first Statutes at Large, page 1133). January 6, 1921 1085 41 Stat. 1085
  Pub. Law 66-292Fort Assinniboine Reservation, Mont., homesteads AN ACT Providing additional time for the payment of purchase money under homestead entries of lands within the former Fort Assinnibome Military Reservation, in Montana. January 6, 1921 1086 41 Stat. 1086
  Pub. Law 66-293Public lands, desert land entries AN ACT To amend section 8 of an Act to provide for the sale of desert lands in certain States and Territories approved March 3, 1877, as amended by an Act to repeal timber culture laws, and for other purposes, approved March 3, 1891. January 6, 1921 1086 41 Stat. 1086
  Pub. Law 66-294Public lands, Sunnyside, Utah, water supply AN ACT For the protection of the water supply of the town of Sunnyside, Utah. January 7, 1921 1087 41 Stat. 1087
  Pub. Law 66-295Sevier National Forest, Utah AN ACT To authorize an exchange of lands with Henry Blackburn. January 7, 1921 1087 41 Stat. 1087
     Pub. Res 66-56Pacific coast naval bases JOINT RESOLUTION Extending the time within which the special joint committee appointed to investigate the advisability of establishing certain naval, aviation, and submarine bases in the United States is required to make its report to Congress. January 8, 1921 1088 41 Stat. 1088
  Pub. Law 66-296Public lands, timber cutting AN ACT Authorizing the cutting of timber by corporations organized in one State and conducting operations in another. January 11, 1921 1088 41 Stat. 1088
     Pub. Res 66-57Inaugural ceremonies, 1921 JOINT RESOLUTION To enable the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Representatives to pay the necessary expenses of the inaugural ceremonies of the President of the United States on March 4, 1921. January 13, 1921 1089 41 Stat. 1089
     Pub. Res 66-58Electoral vote messengers JOINT RESOLUTION Providing for the payment of expenses of conveying votes of electors for President and Vice President. January 15, 1921 1089 41 Stat. 1089
  Pub. Law 66-297Public lands, Reclamation works AN ACT To provide for the disposition of certain public lands withdrawn and improved under the provisions of the Act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (Thirty-sixth Statutes at Large, page 847), as amended by the Act of August 24, 1912 (Thirty-seventh Statutes at Large, page 497), and which are no longer needed. January 26, 1921 1089 41 Stat. 1089
  Pub. Law 66-298Bridge, Alabama River AN ACT To authorize the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, its successors and assigns, to construct and maintain a bridge across the Alabama River at or near a point approximately four miles from the city of Montgomery, Alabama. January 26, 1921 1090 41 Stat. 1090
  Pub. Law 66-299Public lands, entries validated, etc. AN ACT Validating certain applications for and entries of public lands, and for other purposes. January 27, 1921 1090 41 Stat. 1090
  Pub. Law 66-300Missionary Ridge boulevard AN ACT Providing for a report on the cost of improving and maintaining the Government boulevard on Missionary Ridge, in the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. February 2, 1921 1095 41 Stat. 1095
  Pub. Law 66-301Porto Rico, publtic funds, bonds, etc. AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide a civil government for Porto Rico, and for other purposes," approved March 2, 1917. February 3, 1921 1096 41 Stat. 1096
  Pub. Law 66-302Lighthouse, Copper Harbor Range, Mich. AN ACT To authorize the sale of a portion of the Copper Harbor Range Lighthouse Reservation, Michigan, to Houghton and Keweenaw Counties, Michigan. February 5, 1921 1099 41 Stat. 1096
  Pub. Law 66-303Osage Indians, land sales AN ACT Conferring jurisdiction on the Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment in the Osage civilization-fund claim of the Osage Nation of Indians against the United States. February 6, 1921 1097 41 Stat. 1097
     Pub. Res 66-59Army enlistments JOINT RESOLUTION Directing the Secretary of War to cease enlisting men in the Regular Army of the United States, except in the case of those men who have already served one or more enlistments therein. February 7, 1921 1098 41 Stat. 1098
  Pub. Law 66-304United States courts, clerks AN ACT To amend section 1 of an Act approved February 26, 1919, entitled "An Act to fix the salaries of the clerks of the United States district courts and to provide for their office expenses, and for other purposes." February 11, 1921 1099 41 Stat. 1099
  Pub. Law 66-305Bridge, Newark Bay AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of a bridge across the navigable waters of the Newark Bay, in the State of New Jersey. February 15, 1921 1099 41 Stat. 1099
  Pub. Law 66-306Bridge, Susquehanna River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of a bridge across the Susquehanna River at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. February 15, 1921 1099 41 Stat. 1099
  Pub. Law 66-307Bridge, Withlacoochee River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the counties of Brooks and Lowndes, in the State of Georgia, to construct a bridge over the Withiacoochee River. February 15, 1921 1100 41 Stat. 1100
  Pub. Law 66-308Bridge, Mobile Bay, etc. AN ACT To revive and reenact the Act entitled "An Act to authorize the Gulf Ports Terminal Railway Company, a corporation existing under the laws of the State of Florida, to construct a bridge over and across the headwaters of Mobile Bay and such navigable channels as are between the east side of the Bay and Blakely Island, in Baldwin and Mobile Counties, Alabama," approved October 5, 1917. February 15, 1921 1100 41 Stat. 1100
  Pub. Law 66-309Bridge, Lake Saint Croix AN ACT Authorizing the Prescott Bridge Company to construct abridge across Lake Saint Croix at or near the city of Prescott in the State of Wisconsin. February 15, 1921 1100 41 Stat. 1100
  Pub. Law 66-310Bridge, Delaware River AN ACT Granting consent for the construction, maintenance, and operation of a bridge across the Delaware River from the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to the city of Camden, New Jersey. February 15, 1921 1101 41 Stat. 1101
  Pub. Law 66-311Bridge, Columbia River AN ACT To extend the time for the construction of a bridge across the Columbia River, between the States of Oregon and Washington, at or within two miles westerly from Cascade Locks, in the State of Oregon. February 15, 1921 1101 41 Stat. 1101
  Pub. Law 66-312Bridge, Hudson River AN ACT To revive and reenact the Act entitled "An Act to authorize the Hudson River Connecting Railroad Corporation to construct a bridge across the Hudson River, in the State of New York," approved March 13, 1914. February 15, 1921 1101 41 Stat. 1101
  Pub. Law 66-313Bridge, Santee River AN ACT To authorize the building of a bridge across the Santee River in South Carolina. February 15, 1921 1102 41 Stat. 1102
  Pub. Law 66-314Bridge, Peedee River AN ACT To authorize the building of a bridge across the Peedee River in South Carolina. February 15, 1921 1102 41 Stat. 1102
  Pub. Law 66-315Bridge, Wateree River AN ACT To authorize the building of a bridge across the Wateree River in South Carolina. February 15, 1921 1102 41 Stat. 1102
     Pub. Res 66-60Bridge, North Branch of Susquehanna River JOINT RESOLUTION To extend the authority of the county of Luzerne, State of Pennsylvania, to construct a bridge across the North Branch of the Susquehanna River from the city of Wilkes-Barre, county of Luzerne, Pennsylvania, to the borough of Dorranceton, county of Luzerne, Pennsylvania. February 15, 1921 1103 41 Stat. 1103
     Pub. Res 66-61Interstate Commerce Commission, railroad valuation JOINT RESOLUTION Making an appropriation to continue the valuation of the property of carriers. February 15, 1921 1103 41 Stat. 1103
  Pub. Law 66-316Public lands, Florida school grant AN ACT Providing for the survey of public lands remaining unsurveyed in the State of Florida, with a view of satisfying the grant in aid of schools made to said State under the Act of March 3, 1845, and other Acts amendatory thereof. February 16, 1921 1103 41 Stat. 1103
  Pub. Law 66-317Appropriations, pensions AN ACT Making appropriations for the payment of invalid and other pensions of the United States for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1922, and for other purposes. February 16, 1921 1104 41 Stat. 1104
  Pub. Law 66-318Platte River, nonnavigable AN ACT Declaring Platte River to be a nonnavigable stream. February 16, 1921 1105 41 Stat. 1105
  Pub. Law 66-319Choctaw and Chickasaw Indian lands, Okla. AN ACT To amend Act of Congress approved June 30, 1913. February 21, 1921 1105 41 Stat. 1105
  Pub. Law 66-320Red Lake Indian Reservation, Minn., drainage, etc. AN ACT To authorize the improvement of Red Lake and Red Lake River, in the State of Minnesota, for navigation, drainage, and floodcontrol purposes. February 21, 1921 1105 41 Stat. 1105
  Pub. Law 66-321Bridge, Mississippi River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota, to construct abridge across the Mississippi River. February 22, 1921 1107 41 Stat. 1107
  Pub. Law 66-322Choctaw and Chickasaw coal and asphalt lands AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to offer for sale remainder of the coal and asphalt deposits in segregated mineral land in the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, State of Oklahoma. February 22, 1921 1107 41 Stat. 1107
  Pub. Law 66-323Bridge, Hudson River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Hudson River Page. between the city of Troy in the county of Rensselaer, and the city of Cohoes, in the county of Albany, State of New York. February 22, 1921 1108 41 Stat. 1108
  Pub. Law 66-324Bridge, Tug Fork of Big Sandy River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the Majestic Collieries Company to construct a bridge across the Tug Fork of Big Sandy River, at or near Cedar, in Mingo County, West Virginia, to the Kentucky side, in Pike County, Kentucky. February 22, 1921 1108 41 Stat. 1108
  Pub. Law 66-325Bridge, Little Calumet River AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Little Calumet River, in Cook County, State of Illinois, at or near the village of Burnham, in said county. February 22, 1921 1108 41 Stat. 1108
  Pub. Law 66-326Appropriations, District of Columbia AN ACT Making appropriations to provide for the expenses of the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1922, and for other purposes. 1109 41 Stat. 1109
  Pub. Law 66-327Bayou Cocodrie, nonnavzgable AN ACT To declare Bayou Coeodrie nonnavigable from its source to its junction with Bayou Chicot. February 1145 41 Stat. 1145
  Pub. Law 66-328Indebtedness to railroads, etc. AN ACT To amend the Transportation Act, 1920. February 26, 1921 1145 41 Stat. 1145
  Pub. Law 66-329Corporations for foreign financial business AN ACT To amend the Act approved December 23, 1913, known as the Federal Reserve Act. February 27, 1921 1145 41 Stat. 1145
  Pub. Law 66-330Connecticut judicial district AN ACT To amend section 74 of the Judicial Code, as amended. February 27, 1921 1146 41 Stat. 1146
  Pub. Law 66-331Federal reserve banks, rediscounts AN ACT To amend section 11 (m) of the Act approved December 23, 1913, known as the Federal Reserve Act, as amended by the Acts approved September 7, 1916, and March 3, 1919. February 27, 1921 1146 41 Stat. 1146
  Pub. Law 66-332Alien enemy property AN ACT To amend section 9 of an Act entitled "An Act to define, regulate, and punish trading with the enemy, and for other purposes," approved October 6, 1917, as amended. February 27, 1921 1147 41 Stat. 1147
  Pub. Law 66-333Public lands, Colorado, A. A. Bruce AN ACT Authorizing an exchange of lands by A. A. Bruce, of La Veta, Colorado. February 27, 1921 1147 41 Stat. 1147
  Pub. Law 66-334Federal land banks, Porto Rico branches AN ACT To amend section 4 of the Act approved July 17, 1916, known as the Federal Farm Loan Act, extending its provisions to Porto Rico. February 27, 1921 1148 41 Stat. 1148
  Pub. Law 66-335Montezuma National Forest, Colo. AN ACT Authorizing the exchange of lands within the Montezuma National Forest in Colorado. February 27, 1921 1148 41 Stat. 1148
  Pub. Law 66-336Shipping, bills of health AN ACT To amend "An Act granting additional quarantine powers and imposing additional duties upon the Marine Hospital Service," approved February 15, 1893. February 27, 1921 1149 41 Stat. 1149
     Pub. Res 66-62New York State Barge Canal JOINT RESOLUTION To exempt the New York State Barge Canal from the provisions of section 201 of the Transportation Act, 1920, and for other purposes. February 27, 1921 1149 41 Stat. 1149
     Pub. Res 66-63Volunteer Soldiers Home, Manager JOINT RESOLUTION For the appointment of one member of the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. February 27, 1921 1150 41 Stat. 1150
  Pub. Law 66-337Appropriations, postal service AN ACT Making appropriations for the service of the Post Office Department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1922, and for other purposes. March 1, 1921 1150 41 Stat. 1150
  Pub. Law 66-338Appropriations, First Deficiency Act, 1921 AN ACT Making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921, and prior fiscal years, and for other purposes. March 1, 1921 1156 41 Stat. 1156
  Pub. Law 66-339Public lands, intermarried homesteaders AN ACT For the relief of bona fide settlers who intermarry after having complied with the homestead law for one year. March 1, 1921 1193 41 Stat. 1193
  Pub. Law 66-340Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota lieu selection AN ACT To authorize a lieu selection by the State of South Dakota for one hundred and sixty acres on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, and for other purposes. March 1, 1921 1193 41 Stat. 1193
  Pub. Law 66-341Weiser National Forest, Idaho AN ACT To authorize the addition of certain lands to the Weiser National Forest, Idaho. March 1, 1921 1194 41 Stat. 1194
  Pub. Law 66-342Public lands, easements on rights of way AN ACT To amend acts to permit the use of the right of way through the public lands for tramroads, canals, and reservoirs, and for other purposes. March 1, 1921 1194 41 Stat. 1194
  Pub. Law 66-343District of Columbia Code, corporations AN ACT To authorize corporations organized in the District of Columbia to change their names. March 1, 1921 1194 41 Stat. 1194
  Pub. Law 66-344District of Columbia, subdivision real estate taxes AN ACT To provide for the redistribution of general taxes and special assessments due and payable on real estate in the District of Columbia, in cases of subdivision or sales of land therein. March 1, 1921 1195 41 Stat. 1195
  Pub. Law 66-345Nez Perce National Forest, Idaho AN ACT To authorize the addition of certain lands to the Nez Perce National Forest, Idaho. March 1, 1921 1196 41 Stat. 1196
  Pub. Law 66-346Public lands, Sandpoint, Idaho, water supply AN ACT Granting certain lands to the city of Sandpoint, Idaho, to protect the watershed of the water-supply system of said city. March 1, 1921 1197 41 Stat. 1197
  Pub. Law 66-347Targhee National Forest, Idaho AN ACT To add certain lands to the Targhee National Forest. March 1, 1921 1198 41 Stat. 1198
  Pub. Law 66-348Public lands, Downey, Idaho, water supply AN ACT To grant certain lands to the board of trustees of the village of Downey, State of Idaho, for the protection of its water supply. March 1, 1921 1198 41 Stat. 1198
  Pub. Law 66-349National banks, directors AN ACT To amend section 5146 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, in relation to the qualifications of directors of the National Banking Association. March 1 1921 1199 41 Stat. 1199
  Pub. Law 66-350Lemhi National Forest, Idaho AN ACT To add certain lands to the Lemhi National Forest, Idaho. March 1, 1921 1199 41 Stat. 1199
  Pub. Law 66-351Public lands, World War entrymen AN ACT To authorize certain homestead settlers or entrymen who entered the military or naval service of the United States during the war with Germany to make final proof of their entries. March1, 1921 1202 41 Stat. 1202
  Pub. Law 66-352Bridge, Rio Grande AN ACT To authorize the construction of a bridge over the Rio Grande, between the cities of Del Rio, Texas, and Las Vacas, Mexico. March 1, 1921 1202: 41 Stat. 1202
  Pub. Law 66-353Appropriations, rivers and harbors AN ACT Making appropriations for the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes. March 1, 1921 1202 41 Stat. 1202
  Pub. Law 66-354Alaska district court AN ACT To amend section 4, chapter 1 of Title I of an Act entitled "An Act mating further provision for a civil government for Alaska, and for other purposes," approved June 6, 1900, as heretofore amended by section 2 of an Act entitled "An Act to amend section 86 of an Act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii, to provide for additional judges, and for other judicial purposes," approved March 3, 1909, and for other purposes. March 2, 1921 1203 41 Stat. 1203
  Pub. Law 66-355Five Civilized Tribes, drainage of allotments AN ACT Amending an Act to provide for drainage of Indian allotments of the Five Civilized Tribes, approved March 27, 1914 (Thirty-eighth Statutes, 310, Public, Numbered 77). March 2, 1921 1204 41 Stat. 1204
  Pub. Law 66-356Experiment vineyards, California AN ACT Font the purchase of land occupied by experiment vineyards near Fresno and Oakville, California. March 2, 1921 1205 41 Stat. 1205
  Pub. Law 66-357Appropriations, diplomatic and consular AN ACT Making appropriations for the Diplomatic and Consular Service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1922. March 2, 1921 1205 41 Stat. 1205
  Pub. Law 66-358District of Columbia, standard weights, measures, etc. AN ACT To establish standard weights and measures for the District of Columbia; to define the duties of the Superintendent of Weights, Measures, and Markets of the District of Columbia; and for other purposes. March 3, 1921 1217 41 Stat. 1217
  Pub. Law 66-359Appropriations, Indian Department AN ACT Malting appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes, and for other purposes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1922. ' March 3, 1921 1225 41 Stat. 1225
  Pub. Law 66-360Osage Indians, oil, etc., lands AN ACT To amend section 3 of the Act of Congress of June 28, 1906, entitled "An Act for the division of the lands and funds of the Osage Indians in Oklahoma, and for other purposes." March 3, 1921 1249 41 Stat. 1249
  Pub. Law 66-361District of Columbia, Cedar Road AN ACT To provide for the closing of Cedar Road between Quincy Street and Shepherd Street northwest, in the district of Columbia. March 3, 1921 1251 41 Stat. 1251
  Pub. Law 66-362Public building, Spring Valley, Ill. AN ACT Relating to the title to land to be acquired as a site for a post-office building at Spring Valley, Illinois. March 3, 1921 1251 41 Stat. 1251
  Pub. Law 66-363District of Columbia, deeds for low grounds AN ACT To provide for the conveyance of lots on the low grounds of Washington, District of Columbia. March 3, 1921 1251 41 Stat. 1251
  Pub. Law 66-364Appropriations, legislative, executive and judicial expenses AN ACT Making appropriations for the legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1922, and for other purposes. March 3, 1921 1252 41 Stat. 1252
  Pub. Law 66-365District of Columbia, municipal court AN ACT To enlarge the jurisdiction of the Municipal Court of the District of Columbia, and to regulate appeals from the judgments of said court, and for other purposes. March 8, 1921 1310 41 Stat. 1310
  Pub. Law 66-366Patents, priority rights AN ACT To extend temporarily the time for film applications for letters patent, for taking actions in the United States Patent Office with respect thereto, for the reviving and reinstatement of applications for letters patent, and for other purposes. March 3, 1921 1313 41 Stat. 1313
  Pub. Law 66-367Appropriations, Department of Agriculture AN ACT Making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1922. March 3, 1921 1315 41 Stat. 1315
  Pub. Law 66-368Appropriations, fortifications AN ACT Making appropriations for fortifications and other works of defense, for the armament thereof, and for the procurement of heavy ordnance for trial and service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1922, and for other purposes. March 3, 1921 1347 41 Stat. 1347
  Pub. Law 66-369Water Power Act, exclusion of national parks and monuments AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to create a Federal Power Commission; to provide for the improvement of navigation; the development cf water power; the use of the public lands in relation thereto; and to repeal section 18 of the River and Harbor Appropriation Act, approved August 8, 1917, and for other purposes," approved June 10, 1920. March 3, 1921 1353 41 Stat. 1353
  Pub. Law 66-370Oklahoma town site trust funds AN ACT To authorize the Commissioner of the General Land Office to dispose of certain trust funds in his possession. March 3, 1921 1354 41 Stat. 1354
  Pub. Law 66-371American National Red Cross, committee AN ACT To amend section 5 of the Act entitled "An Act to incorporate the American National Red Cross, " approved January 5, 1905. March 3, 1921 1354 41 Stat. 1354
  Pub. Law 66-372Mississippi River floods AN ACT Directing the Mississippi River Commission to make an examination and survey of the Atchafalaya, Red, and Black Rivers, and to report plan for protection of their basins from flood waters of the Mississippi River. March 3, 1921 1354 41 Stat. 1354
  Pub. Law 66-373Right of way, Jackson Barracks, La. AN ACT Authorizing the city of New Orleans, Louisiana, to extend Dauphine Street in said city across the United States military reservation known as the Jackson Barracks. March 3, 1921 1354 41 Stat. 1354
  Pub. Law 66-374Bridge, Rock River AN ACT For the cnstruction of a bridge across Rock River at or near Shirland Avenue, in the city of Beloit, Wisconsin. March 3, 1921 1355 41 Stat. 1355
  Pub. Law 66-375Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, Mont., allotments, etc. AN ACT Providing for the allotment of lands within the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, Montana, and for other purposes. March 3, 1921 1355 41 Stat. 1355
     Pub. Res 66-64Termination of War with Germany JOINT RESOLUTION Declaring that certain Acts of Congress, joint resolutions, and proclamations shall be construed as if the war had ended and the present or existing emergency expired. March 3, 1921 1359 41 Stat. 1359
     Pub. Res 66-65Census, Army and Navy enumerators JOINT RESOLUTION To authorize payment to members of the Army and Navy who were employed as enumerators during the Fourteenth Decennial Census to take the census of persons in the Army and Navy. March 3, 1921 1360 41 Stat. 1360
  Pub. Law 66-376National Conservatory of Music AN ACT To amend an Act approved March 3, 1891, incorporating the National Conservatory of Music of America. March 4, 1921 1361 41 Stat. 1361
  Pub. Law 66-377New Mexico judicial district AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "The New Mexico Enabling Act." March 4, 1921 1361 41 Stat. 1361
  Pub. Law 66-378Public building, Gastonia, N. C. AN ACT To exchange the present Federal building and site at Gastonia, North Carolina, for a new site and building. March 4, 1921 1362 41 Stat. 1362
  Pub. Law 66-379Federal Farm loan bonds AN ACT To amend the first paragraph of section 20 of the Act of Congress approved July 17, 1916, known as the Federal Farm Loan Act, as amended by the Act of Congress approved April 20, 1920. March 4, 1921 1362 41 Stat. 1362
  Pub. Law 66-380Alaska coal lands AN ACT To amend section 3 of an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the leasing of coal lands in the Territory of Alaska, and for other purposes," approved October 24, 1914. March 4, 1921 1363 41 Stat. 1363
  Pub. Law 66-381Missouri centennial half dollar AN ACT To authorise the coinage of a 50-cent piece in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the admission of Missouri into the Union. March 4, 1921 1363 41 Stat. 1363
  Pub. Law 66-382Carson National Forest, N. Mex. AN ACT For the consolidation of forest lands in the Carson National Forest, New Mexico, and for other purposes. March 4, 1921 1364 41 Stat. 1364
  Pub. Law 66-383Chickasaw and Seminole memorials AN ACT To perpetuate the memory of the Chickasaw and Seminole Tribes of Indians in Oklahoma. March 4, 1921 1364 41 Stat. 1364
  Pub. Law 66-384Hospitals, etc., for ex-soldiers AN ACT Providing additional hospital facilities for patients of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance and of the Federal Board for Vocational Education, Division of Rehabilitation, and for other purposes. March 4, 1921 1364 41 Stat. 1364
  Pub. Law 66-385Bridge, Savannah River AN ACT Authorizing the counties of Beaufort, South Carolina, and Chatham, Georgia, to construct a bridge across the Savannah River at or near Savannah, Georgia. March 4, 1921 1366 41 Stat. 1366
  Pub. Law 66-386Bridge, Savannah River AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress for the construction of a bridge across the Savannah River near Hailey's Ferry, and between the counties of Anderson, South Carolina, and Hart, Georgia. March 4, 1921 1366 41 Stat. 1366
  Pub. Law 66-387Rainier National Forest, Wash. AN ACT Authorizing the exchange of lands within the Rainier National Forest, in the State of Washington, and for other purposes. March 4, 1921 1366 41 Stat. 1366
  Pub. Law 66-388Medals of honor, British and French unknown soldiers AN ACT Authorizing bestowal upon the unknown, unidentified British soldier buried in Westminster Abbey and the unknown, unidentified French soldier buried in the Arc de Triomphe of the congressional medal of honor. March 4, 1921 1367 41 Stat. 1367
  Pub. Law 66-389Appropriations, sundry civil expenses AN ACT Making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1922, and for other purposes. March 4, 1921 1367 41 Stat. 1367
  Pub. Law 66-390Public lands, validating entries, etc. AN ACT Validating certain homestead entries. March 4, 1921 1433 41 Stat. 1433
  Pub. Law 66-391Army, lost personal property AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the settlement of the claims of officers and enlisted men of the Army for the loss of private property destroyed in the military service of the United States," approved March 3, 1885, as amended by the Act of July 9, 1918, and for other purposes. March 4, 1921 1436 41 Stat. 1436
  Pub. Law 66-392Right of way, Columbia River improvements AN ACT Authorizing the Secretary of War to grant a right of way over certain Government lands to the State of Oregon for the Columbia River Highway. March 4, 1921 1437 41 Stat. 1437
  Pub. Law 66-393Right of way, Fort de Russy, Hawaii AN ACT Granting to the city and county of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, a right of way over and across the Fort De Russy Military Reservation for the purpose of extending its sewer system. March 4, 1921 1438 41 Stat. 1438
  Pub. Law 66-394Military equipment collection, etc. AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of War to furnish to the National Museum certain articles of the arms, materiel, equipment, or clothing heretofore issued or produced for the United States Army, and to dispose of colors, standards, and guidons ofdemobilized organizations of the United States Army, and for other purposes. March 4, 1921 : 1438 41 Stat. 1438
  Pub. Law 66-395Bridge, Detroit River AN ACT To authorize the construction and maintenance of a bridge across Detroit River within or near the city limits of Detroit, Michigan. March 4, 1921 1439 41 Stat. 1439
  Pub. Law 66-396Cradock, Va., retrocession of jurisdiction AN ACT To retrocede to the State of Virginia exclusive jurisdiction heretofore acquired by the United States of America over the property and persons of the town site or territory known as United States Housing Corporation Project 150A, located in Norfolk County, State of Virginia, and called Cradock. March 4, 1921 1439 41 Stat. 1439
  Pub. Law 66-397Arlington Memorial Amphitheater, memorials, etc. AN ACT To provide for the erection of memorials and the entombment of bodies in the Arlington Memorial Amphitheater, in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia. March 4, 1921 1440 41 Stat. 1440
  Pub. Law 66-398Daughters of 1812, badge patent AN ACT To renew patent numbered twenty-five thousand nine hundred and nine. March 4, 1921 1440 41 Stat. 1440
  Pub. Law 66-399District of Columbia, Washington Market Company AN ACT To repeal and annul certain parts of the charter and lease granted and made to the Washington Market Company by Act of Congress entitled "An Act to incorporate the Washington Market Company," approved May 20, 1807. March 4, 1921 1441 41 Stat. 1441
  Pub. Law 66-400Explosives, Criminal Code AN ACT To amend an Act entitled "An Act to codify, revise and amend the penal laws of the United States," approved March 4, 1909 (Thirty-fifth Statutes at Large, page 1134). March 4, 1921 1444 41 Stat. 1444
  Pub. Law 66-401Standard time, Texas and Oklahoma AN ACT To transfer the Panhandle and Plains section of Texas and Oklahoma to the United States standard central time zone. March 4, 1921 1446 41 Stat. 1446
     Pub. Res 66-66Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Indian Reservations, homesteads JOINT RESOLUTION Extending the time for payment of purchase money on homestead entries in the former Standing Rock Indian Reservation, in the States of North and South Dakota, and for other purposes March 4, 1921. 1446 41 Stat. 1446
     Pub. Res 66-67Unknown American soldier, Arlington Memorial Amphitheater JOINT RESOLUTION Providing for the bringing to the United States of the body of an unknown American, who was a member of the American Expeditionary Forces, who served in Europe and lost his life during the World War, and for the burial of the remains with appropriate ceremonies. March 4, 1921. 1447 41 Stat. 1447
     Pub. Res 66-68Boundary waters, North Dakota, etc. JOINT RESOLUTION Giving consent of the Congress of the United States to the States of North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Nebraska, or any two or more of said States, to agree upon the jurisdiction to be exercised by said States over boundary waters between any two or more of said States. March 4, 1921. 1447 41 Stat. 1447
     Pub. Res 66-69Electoral vote messengers JOINT RESOLUTION Relieving and discharging from the fine imposed by law and authorizing the payment of messengers appointed by the electors of certain States to deliver the electoral vote of such States for President and Vice President. March 4, 1921. 1448 41 Stat. 1448