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Citation: 48 Stat. 112 1928-1934Content downloaded/printed fromHeinOnline (http://heinonline.org)Tue Jan 4 13:44:19 2011-- Your use of this HeinOnline PDF indicates your acceptanceof HeinOnline's Terms and Conditions of the licenseagreement available at http://heinonline.org/HOL/License-- The search text of this PDF is generated fromuncorrected OCR text.
 
73d
CONGRESS.
SESS.
I.
CHtS.
46-48.
JUNE
3,
5,
1933.
[CHAPTER
46.1
Juno
3,
1933.
[H.R.
4494.]
[Public, No.
29
Menominee
Indians
of
Wisconsin.
Per capita payments
to,
from
tribal
funds.
June
5,
1933.
[S.J.Res.
48.]
[Pub.
Res.,
No.
9.1
AN
ACT
Authorizing
a per
capita
payment
of
$100
to
the
members
of
the
Menominee
Tribe
of
Indians
of
Wisconsinfrom
funds
on
depositto
their
credit
in
the
Treasury
of
the United
States.
Be
it
enacted
by
the
Senate
and
House
of Representatives
ofthe
United
States
of
America
in
Congressassembled,
That
the
Secre-
tary
of
the
Interior
be,
and
heis
hereby,
authorized
towithdraw
from
the
fund
inthe
Treasurv
of
the
United
States
on
deposit
to
the
credit
of
the
Menominee
Indians
inthe
State
of
Wisconsin
a
sufficient
sum
to
make
therefrom
a
per capita
paymentor
distribu-
tion
of
$100,
inthreeinstallments,
$50
immediatelyupon
passage
of
this
Act,
$25
on
or about
October
15,
1933,
and
$25
on
or
about
January
15,
1934,
to
each
of the
living
members
on
the
tribal
roll
of
the
Menominee
Tribe of
Indians
of the
State
of Wisconsin,under
such
rulesand regulations
as
the
said
Secretary
may
prescribe.Approved,
June
3,
1933.
[CHAPTER
47.]
JOINT
RESOLUTION
Authorizing
the
Secretary
of
Warto
receive
forinstruction
at
the
UnitedStatesMilitary
Academy
at
West
Point,
Posheng
Yen,
a
citizen
of
China.
Resolved
by
the Senate
andHouse
of
Representatives
of
the
United
Posheng
Yen,a
citi-
States
of
America
in
Congressassembled,
That
theSecretaryof
War
en
of
China'
Admitted
to
miln-
be,
and
he
is
hereby,
authorizedto
permit
Posheng
Yen
to
receive
icy
Academy.
ya
es
on
r
isos.
instruction at
the
United
States
Military
Academy
at
West
Point
NoFederal
expense.
for the
course
beginningnot
later than
July
1,
1934:
Provided,
That
Conditions.
no
expense
shall
be
caused
to
theUnitedStatesthereby,
and
that
Posheng
Yen
shall
agree
to
comply
with
all
regulations
for
the
police
and disciplineofthe
Academy,
to
be
studious,and to
give
hisutmost
efforts
to
accomplish
the
courses
in thevariousdepartments
of
instruction,
and
that
said
Posheng
Yen
shallnot
be
admitted
to
the Academy
until
he
shall have passed
thementaland
physicalexaminations
prescribedfor candidatesfromthe United States,
and
that
he
shall
be
immediately
withdrawn
if
deficientin
studies
or
in
Oathand
service,
conduct
and
so
recommended
by
the
Academic
Board:
Provided
alved.
R
S,
secs.
1320.
1321,
further,
That
inthe
case
of said
Posheng
Yen
the
provisions
of
2ections
1320
and
1321
of
the
Revised
Statutes
shall
be
suspended:
l4,isti.l1repealed.
Provided
further,
That
S.J.Res.
179,
approved
March
3,
1933,
be,
Vo
47,.
1546.
andthe
sameis
hereby,repealed.Approved,
June
5,
1933.
June
3,
3933.
[t
J.les.
192.1
[Pub.
Res.,
No.
10]
[CHAPTER
48.]
JOINT
RESOLUTION
To
assure
uniform value
to
the
coins
and
currencies
of
the
United
States.
WVhereas
the
holding
of or
dealing
in
gold
affect
the
public
interest,
and
are
thereforesubject
to
proper
regulationand
restriction;
and
coifom
anldue
of
WXe.
ereas
the existing
emergency
has
disclosed
that
provisions
of
pand
currencies.
xist
ing
h
roisi
Pre.mble,
obligations
which
purport
to
give
the
obligec
a
right
to
require
payment
in gold
or
a
particular
kind
of
coin
orcurrency of
the
United
States,
or
in
an
amount
in
moneyof
the
United States
measured
thereby,obstruct the
power of
the
Congress
to
regulate
the
value
ofthe
money
of
theUnitedStates,and
are inconsistent
with
thedeclared
policy
ofthe
Congressto
maintain
at
all
timesthe
equal power
of
every
dollar,
coined
or
issued
by
the
United
States,inthemarkets andin the payment
of debts.
Now,
there-
fore,
beit
te
ti
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