INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES
Vol. I, Laws
(Compiled to December 1, 1902)

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904.


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Abandonment of tribal relations not to forfeit right to tribal property
23
to entitle Indians to enter homestead lands
23
Absentee Shawnee, agreement of June 26, 1890
411
allotments confirmed
412
allotments to be made
413
time for selection restricted
413
cession of lands in Indian Territory
411
payment for cession
413
school lands reserved
413
allotments confirmed and additional allotments to be made
412,413
excess of 80 acres may be sold by allottees
520
sale by allottees, actual residents of other States
701
sale by heirs of deceased allottees
701
cession of lands by, payment for
413
lands in Indian Territory, cession of
411
lands in Oklahoma, proclamation opening to settlement
951
settlers may commute homestead entries
505
settlers granted extension of time for payment
505,565
legislation relating to, note
414
statistics
1042
Absentee Wyandot, purchase of land in Indian Territory for use of
522
allotments in severalty
522
if in one of Five Civilized Tribes, allotments in severalty not to be made until provided for that tribe
567
lands in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations to be purchased
600
lands in Indian Territory not available for, Secretary of Interior to provide other lands
621
Accounts of officers of Indian service—
 
agents, books to be kept and not to be removed from agencies
25
itemized statements to be kept
25
penalty for failure to make entries
25
transcripts of entries to be forwarded quarterly to Commissioner of Indian Affairs
25
Commissioner of Indian Affairs to examine
1
false entries, penalty for agents making
25
false vouchers, forfeiture of entire item claimed
32
knowledge of officers to be presumed
32
vouchers correctly presented not affected
32
settlement of accounts—
 
before advances on succeeding year
10
employees intrusted with money and goods for distribution to settle accounts annually
9
delinquents to be reported to Congress
10
regulations for settlement to be prescribed by President
1
Treasury Department to have charge of settlements
1
traveling expenses, actual expenses only to be allowed
26
marshals, clerks of court, and district attorneys excepted
26
special agents allowed $3 per diem when in the field
31
Actions, burden of proof in suits between Indians and whites to be on whites
15
Five Civilized Tribes, for lands held by intruders claiming citizenship
91,92
appeals to United States Supreme Court
101
forcible entry and detainer, in Five Civilized Tribes
49,92
for allotments by persons denied citizenship
68,109,121
goods seized, actions against as under revenue laws
15
intoxicating liquor seized, actions against
18
qui tam action for penalties
18
Oklahoma, district courts of, jurisdiction in actions between Indians of different tribes
46
penalties, jurisdiction of actions for
15,18
tribal property, tribe to be party to suits affecting
90,654
United States district attorneys to represent Indians in all suits
66
Acknowledgement of deeds may be taken before agents
6
Acts of Cherokee council, President of United States to approve
112,727
Choctaw and Chickasaw council, President of United States to approve
654
Creek council, President of United States to approve
112,661,739
Ada, term of court at
121
Adoption of members, Stockbridge and Munsee, adoption of persons not of Indian descent to be void
130
tribes in Indian Territory, judgment against adopted members, execution may be made on improvements upon certain lands
50
Advances to officers of Indian service, not made until accounts of previous year are settled
10
Advertisement, irrigation contracts need not be advertised
113
supplies for Indian service
8,112
may be before appropriations are made, on basis of prior year
69
Agencies, appropriations for, estimates to show what amounts are required by respective agencies
27
boundaries to be established by Secretary of Interior
6
consolidation of agencies by the President
29
expenditure for employees at such agencies not to exceed £15,000 per annum
89
employees, expenditure for not to exceed £10,000 per annum, except at consolidated agencies
24,89
Indian labor to be preferred
29
interpreting not to be paid extra
67
number and kind of employees to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior
24,89
increase in number, how obtained
24
services of, agents' accounts to contain sworn statement of
24
expenses for employees at, not to exceed £10,000 per annum
24,89
except at consolidated agencies
89
for Southern Ute in Colorado
157
inspection by Indian inspectors
4
alternate visits by inspectors
5
inspectors need not visit twice a year
23
interpreters at agencies
6
employees not to be paid extra as
67
location to be within or near territory of tribe
6
place to be designated by the President
6
number of Indians to be reported annually
25
President may consolidated and abolish unnecessary agencies
25
may discontinne or transfer agencies
6
statistics and information relating to
1027
Agency buildings, sale when not required, section of land to be sold with
15
Agent at Cherokee, N. C., superintendent of industrial school to perform duties ofAgent at Cherokee, N. C., superintendent of industrial school to perform duties
65,446
Agent of State may assist in negotiating treaty for cession of lands
14
Agents, account of expenditures to be kept
25
books to be open to inspection
25
not to be removed from agency
25
false entries, penalty for making
25
necessity for employment of labor to be stated under oath
24
certificate may be substituted
24
penalty for failing to keep accounts
25
settlement of accounts to be made before advances on succeeding year
10
transcript of entries to be forwarded quarterly to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs
25
acknowledgments of deeds, etc., may be taken before
6
allotments under general allotment act may be made by
33
reports in duplicate to be submitted to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs
33
annual reports of, to include census of Indians, operations of schools, and statistics of teachers
32
appointment to be made by the President
5
army officers may be detailed for duty as
100
appropriations not available for
100
Secretary of the Interior to have supervision
100
arrest and trial of Indian criminals and of fugitives from justice in the Indian country to be secured by
19
bonds to be furnished
5
liability to be for funds received from any source
101
sureties to file a statement of their property
25
California, residence to be at agencies
6
visits to Washington only on order of Commissioner, violations to be reported to the President
6
census of Indians to be reported annually
32
contracts, record of, to be kept
25
damages by trespass of tribal Indians upon lands of allottees to be ascertained by
14
delivery of goods and money to be witnessed and certified by
9
depositions relative to depredation claims to be taken
20
discontinuation of services when unnecessary
7
distilleries within agencies to be destroyed by
18
duties of agents
6
extra services, compensation allowed for actual expenses only
6
Agents, interpreters, nomination and suspension by agents
6
intruders in Indian country to be removed by
18
licenses to trade to be issued by
16
may perform duties of two agencies
5
not to leave agency without permission
6
not to leave agency without permission
6
passports to Indian country may be issued by
17
pensiona claims, declarations may be made before
21,64
proofs may be made before
22
President may dispense with services of
5
protection of Indians adopting habits of civilized life
14
reports to Commissioners of Indian Affairs
5
residence to be near or within territory of tribe
6
salary and compensation
5,67
extra services, actual expenses only to be paid
6
extra services, actual expenses only to be paid
67,79
bond to be same as other agents
67,79
Cherokee, N. C
65,446
supplies, number of Indians present and receiving, to be reported
13
rolls of Indians entitled to, to be annually reported
24
suspension temporarily by inspectors
4
term of office to be four years
5
to hold over until successor qualifies
5,29
Agriculture, Indians to be instructed in
7
annual report of
1
Agricultural lands, Five Civilized Tribes, leases of tribal lands prohibited, termination of existing leases
99
on ceded parts of reservations allotted under act of 1887 to be disposed of to actual settlers only
34
Alaska, sale of intoxicants and firearms to Indians prohibited
105
term “Indian” defined
105
Albany and Astoria Railroad Company, right of way through Grande Ronde Reservation, Oreg
512
Ale, introduction into Indian country prohibited
63
Alienation of allotments by heirs of deceased allottees
120
homestead not to be sold in certain cases
120
land to become subject to taxes
120
minors to sell by guardian
120
Indian homesteads forbidden for five years from patent
23
Alleghany Reservation, cemetery lands may be granted to Wildwood Cemetery Association
215
leases of land in certain villages
155
renewals not to exceed ninety-nine years
368
Allotments in severalty—
 
Absentee Shawnee, provisions relating to
412,413
sale by allottees actual residents of other States
701
by heirs of deceased allottees
701
of land in excess of 80 acres
520
Absentee Wyandot in Indian Territory
522,621
when to be made if reservation is purchased in one of the Five Civilized Tribes
567
Apache, under agreement of October 21, 1892
709,710,711
Arickaree, Fort Berthold Reservation
425
Assiniboine, in Montana
263
Bannock, on Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho
314,705
Blackfeet, in Montana
263
on reservation in Montana, not to be made
606
Bloods, in Montana
263
Cayuse on Umatilla Reservation
224,225,226
Cherokee Nation, general provisions relating to
498
area to be 100 acres
120
cattle grazing on, not to be taxed
798
certificates of allotment
789
contests to be filed in nine months from selection
797
decease of claimant, executor to select for heirs
789
Delawares to receive allotments
718,789
excessive holdings, penalty for
788
homesteads to be selected on
788
incompetents, selections for
797
improvements on lands, certain, to be paid for
797
intruders to be ejected
789
lands reserved from
724,790
leases for grazing and agricultural purposes
798
minors, selections for
797
in Cherokee Outlet
490
possession to be delivered by United States Indian agent
789
reserved lands
724,790
selection, area to be not less than legal subdivisions
788
selection, default of allottees, may be by commissioners to Five Civilized Tribes
788
under agreement of April 9, 1900
716,717,718
under agreement of July 1, 1902
788
Cheyenne in Indian Territory, under agreement of October, 1890
416,417
Chickasaw Nation, general provisions for
498
area to be 320 acres
120
coal and asphalt lands reserved
775,784
contests to be filed in nine months from selection
786
freedmen
684,772,780
minors and incompetents
786
eserved lands
775
under agreement of April 23, 1897
647,648,649
under agreement of March 21, 1902
772
Chippewa, Grand Portage Reservation, timber on, may be cut and sold
713
in Michigan
158,161
in Minnesota, on Red Lake and White Earth reservations
302,303
to be completed
761
of Lake Superior, on La Pointe or Bad River Reservation
713
Chippewa and Christian reservations, Kans., deceased allottees without heirs, sale of allotment
624
patents to be issued for allotments
623
Choctaw Nation, general provisions relating to
498
area to be 320 acres
120
coal and asphalt lands reserved and to be sold
775,784
contests to be filed in nine months from selection
786
freedmen
684,772
minors and incompetents
786
Mississippi band
106
reserved lands
775
under agreement of March 21,1902
772
April 23, 1897
6447,648,649
Citizens' Band of Potawatomi
410,520
sale by allottees, actual residents of other States
701
heirs of deceased allottees
701
Colville Reservation, Wash
441,667
schedule of lands allotted
1002
Comanche, under agreement of October 21, 1892
709,710,711
Creek Nation, provisions relating to
498
area to be 160 acres
120
Commission to Five Civilized Tribes to settle controversies
762
deeds for allotments
735
incumbrance prohibited for five years
764
in Seminole Nation
738
lands reserved from
735
under agreement of September 27, 1897
657,658,661
of March 8, 1900
730,731
ratified June 30, 1902
761
Crows in Montana
195,196,434
deficiencies to be compensated for
559
mining and other bona fide claims not to be selected
447
under agreement of August 27,1892
451
Eastern Shawnee, minor children to receive
752
Five Civilized Tribes, commission to allot lands
92,499
action for recovery of allotments when citizenship is denied
93
burial grounds reserved
93
church lands reserved
93
confirmation of allotments
93
improvements to be included in allotment
93
mineral lands not to be allotted
93
Mississippi Choctaw to receive on proof of identity and settlement in Choctaw and Chickasaw country
406
report of allotments
93
residence on lands of other tribe, allotment may be received there
99
school lands reserved
93
timber on allotments may be sold
97
town sites reserved
93
transfer of allotments forbidden
93
Flandreau Sioux
330
Flatheads in Bitter Root Valley, allotments may be sold and allottees removed to Jocko Reservation, Mont
327
general provisions for allotment
33
actions for, in United States circuit courts
68,109
not applicable to Five Civilized Tribes or Quapaw Agency
68,109
statutes of limitation to be applicable
121,122
agents to allot and certify allotments to Commissioner of Indian Affairs
33
to select for orphans
33
agents and special agents to select when person entitled to select fails for four years
33
alienation by heirs of deceased allottees
120
area, pro rata when lands are insufficient
57
citizenship accorded allottees
35
condemnation of allotted lands for public uses
113
Congress has authority to make provisions for
1058
descent and partition, law of State or Territory to govern
34,58
double allotments made by mistake, correction of
70
educational funds, allottees not to be excluded from
68
errors in allotments may be corrected during trust period
70
fees to be paid from United States Treasury
58
Five Civilized Tribes excepted from general provisions
35
grazing land to be allotted in double quantities
57
heads of families to select for minors
33
heirs of deceased allottees may alienate
120
homesteads not to be sold in certain cases
120
land to become subject to taxation
120
minors to sell by guardian
120
highways may be granted through
114
improvements to be embraced in selections
33
when two Indians have improvements on the same legal subdivision
33
intoxicants not to be brought upon while title is held in trust by United States
84
leases by allottees under disability
57,81,82,105,620
lieu selections upon surrender of patent
39
Miami and Peoria excepted from general provisions
35
minor children, heads of families to select for
33
nonreservation Indians to receive allotments as if on reservation
33
fees to be paid Land Office from United States Treasury
34
orphans, agents to select for
33
Osage excepted from general provisions
35
outside of Indian Territory, to be under act of 1887
800
patents to issue to allottee and his heirs in trust for twenty-five years
34
conveyance during trust period to be void
34
President may extend trust period
34
recordation and delivery to be free of charge
35
President to survey and allot reservations
56
pro rata allotments where land is insufficient for full area
57
railroads through. (See title Railroad rights of way)
 
religious organizations, lands not exceeding 160 acres may be patended to
35
report of allotting agents
33
revision of allotments made prior to February 28, 1891
57
Sauk and Fox excepted from general provisions
35
Seneca of New York excepted from general provisions
35
selections to be made by Indians
33
size of allotment to be one-eighth of a section
57
treaty stipulations as to, not affected by general allotment act
57
special agents may be appointed to make allotments
33
trespasses upon, by Indians, compensation for
14,15
suspension of chiefs for
15
unallotted lands may be purchased by United States
34
agricultural lands to be disposed of to actual settlers only
34
unsurveyed lands, adjustment of lines on survey
33
Great Sioux Reservation, Dakota
330,331
Grosventres in Montana
263,425
Iowa on reservation in Indian Territory
393
Kansas and Nebraska
230,245
Oklahoma
566
Kansa, under agreement ratified July 1, 1902
766
in Indian Territory
344
Kickapoo in Indian Territory
480,481
Kickapoo in Kansas, absentees and children
681
children to receive
568
deceased allottees' estates to be settled
242
Kiowa, under agreement of October 21, 1892
708,709,710,711
Klamath Reservation, Oreg., to children born since completion of allotments
751
Klamath River Reservation, Cal.
439
Lower Brule Sioux, South Dakota
599
reallotment of lands
688
Mandan of Fort Berthold Reservation
425
Miami Indian Territory
344
sale by heirs of deceased allottees
701,702
of 100 acres of, in certain cases
620
Mission Indians in California
384,750
Mississppi Choctaw, on identification and settlement in Choctaw and Chickasaw country
106
incumbrance or sale void
106
Munsee in Kansas, patents to issue
623
sale of abandoned lands and land of deceased allottees without heirs
624
Nez Percés of Lapwai Reservation, Idaho
538,539
Omaha in Nebraska
213
additional allotments to women and children born subsequent to former allotments
486
Oto and Missouri in Kansas and Nebraska
510
Pawnee in Indian Territory
161,497
area to be 160 acres
161
inalienable for fifteen years
161
patents to issue after five years
161
Peoria in Indian Territory
344
sale by heirs of deceased allottees
701,702
of 100 acres in certain cases
620
Piankashaw in Indian Territory
344
Piegan in Montana
263
Ponca on Great Sioux Reservation
332
Potawatomi, Citizens Band
410
sale when allottee does not reside within State or Territory
520,521,701
of land in excess of 80 acres
520,701
Potawatomi, lands in Kansas
567,568
Potawatomi, Prairie Band, absentees and children
681
Puyallup Reservation, Wash., sale of parts not required for homes and alienation of balance after ten years from March 3, 1893
487,488
Quapaw, in Indian Territory
566
Quapaw Agency, lease by allottees
619
Red Cliff Reservation, Wis., Chippewa on
569
Red Lake Reservation, Minn., to Chippewa on
303
River Crow, in Montana
263
Santee Sioux
330,666
Sauk and Fox, reservation in Kansas and Nebraska
230,245
Sauk and Fox in Indian Territory
390
Sauk and Fox of the Missouri, additional allotments to children born since first allotment
521
Seminole, general provisions relating to
498
in Creek Nation
738
provisions for, in agreement of December 16, 1897
663,664
Seneca, minor children
752
Sheepeaters, on Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho
314
Shoshoni, on Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho
314
Shoshoni and Bannock, on Fort Hall Reservation
705,706,707
Siletz Reservation, Oreg., excess of 80 acres may be patented without restriction upon sale
743
Sioux Reservation in Nebraska, houses to be erected by the Government
170
part of reservation excepted from act of 1887
35
Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux in Dakota under agreement of 1889
430
Southern Ute in Colorado
556
irrigation ditches through lands
754
special provisions for allotments, note
33
Stockbridge and Munsee
130
Tonkawa in Okalahoma
495
Uintah Ute Reservation, Utah
642
Umatilla on Umatilla Reservation, Oreg
224,225,226
Uncompahgre Ute
621,686,800
agricultural lands only to be allotted
800
United Peoria and Miami in Indian Territory
344
Upper and Middle Spokan
453
Ute in Colorado
184,185
area of allotments
181,182
commission to have charge of
182
Ute on Uintah and White River reservations, Utah
753
Walker River Reservation, Nev
751
Wallawalla on Umatilla Reservation
224,225,226
Wea in Indian Territory
344
Wenatshapam Indians, branch of Yakima Nation
530
Western Miami in Indian Territory
344
White Earth Reservation, Minn., to Chippewa on
303
Whichita and affiliated bands in Okalahoma
561
Winnebago in Minnesota
125,133
alienation authorized
557
Wyandot Reservation, Ind. T., allottees may sell and convey part
600
Yakima Reservation, leases not to exceed ten years
701
Yankton Sioux in South Dakota
525
Yuma in California
42
Allottees in severalty to be protected
14
Alsea,and Siletz Reservation, Oreg., agreement of October 31, 1892
533
Alsea and Siletz reservations, Oreg., new reservation established
157
boundaries of reservation
57
consent of tribes
157
old reserve restored to public domain
157
removal of Indians
157
American Baptist Home Mission Society's university, lands in Creek Nation reserved for
735
American Island, Dakota, granted for public park and Sioux Indians to be removed from
337,338
lease of for quasi-public purposes by city of Chamberlain, Dakota
570
American Missionary Association, cemetery lands may be bought from Alexander Redwing on Santee Sioux lands, Nebr
485
Amity, in depredation claims
58
Animals, injuries to in Indian Territory, penalty for
44
Annual report of agents, contents of
32
Annual report of Commissioner of Indian Affairs—awards on contracts
27
bids and proposals
27
disbursements in the Indian service
1
distribution of supplies, number of Indians present and receiving same
2,13
employees at schools
63,69,108
employees of Indian bureau
62
employed at Washington
63,69
forwarded to Congress on first day of session
25
reports of agents distributing supplies to be included
2
Annual report of employees entrusted with distribution of money and goods
9
those delinquent in settlement of accounts to be indicated
10
Annual report of Secretary of the Interior—
 
accounts of proceeds of sales of natural products of reservations
31,36
disbursement of appropriations
25
educational fund, expenditure of
36
employees entrusted with property and money
9
forwarded to Congress on first day of session
25
number of Indians at each agency
25
property not required on reservations, removal and sale of
101
purchase of supplies under exigency in open market
112
school statistics
36
traveling expenses of inspectors
4
Annual report of teaching of agriculture, etc
7
Annuities. (See also Trust funds and funds of tribes)—
 
captives of tribe to be surrendered before delivery of
11,23
chiefs violating treaties, delivery to forbidden
11
hostility of tribe a cause for forfeiture
11
labor on reservations required of able-bodied Indians to the value of amount delivered
24
Secretary of Interior may except tribes from requirement
24
nonattendance at school, annuities may be withheld from parents
66
payable in money, may be paid in goods
8
payment of (see also Distribution of annuities)—
 
by person designated by the President
8,76,79
coin to be used where required by treaty
8
persons over 18 years may receipt for
102
persons to be present and certify to
9
persons under influence of liquor not to receive
9
to Five Civilized Tribes to be per capita
97
rations may be commuted to money where tribe is civilized
63,101
statement of tribal annuities
1023
to what persons payable
9
trespasses on allotments, deductions for
14
tribes for which special provisions are made—
 
Arapaho and Shoshoni, from cession of April 21, 1896
624,625
Arikara, Fort Berthold Reservation, from cession of 1891
425
Assiniboin, for cession of Montana lands
262,601
how to be expended
602
Bannock, for cession of parts of Fort Hall and Lemhi Reservation
314
Blackfeet, for cession of Montana lands
262
Blackfeet Reservation Indians
605,606
Bloods, for cession of Montana lands
262
Cherokee, permanent annuity to Eastern Band
20
Chickasaw, permanent annuity commuted to £60,000 cash
740
Choctaw, permanent appropriation for interest on judgment of the Court of Claims
285
Cœur d'Alene, from cession of March 26, 1887
421
September 9, 1889
423
Creeks, permanent annuities funded added to Creek general fund
750
proceeds of cession of January 19, 1889
322,324
use of, for education purposes
323
Crows of Montana
196
irrigation system to be completed with
687,701
Eastern Shawnee, permanent annuities funded
742
interest to be paid
752
Flandreau Sioux
335,598
Grosventres, for cession of December 28, 1886
262
December 14, 1886
425
October 9, 1895
601
how to be expended
602
Iowa, proceeds of cession of 1890
395
reservations ceded
229
to Wm. Tohee, chief
396
Mandan, Fort Berthold Reservation from cession of 1891
425
Northern Arapaho and Cheyenne, place of delivery
169
Pawnee, proceeds of cession of November 23, 1892
496,498
sale of reservation under act of 1876
160
treaty of September 24, 1857, amended
498
Piegan, from cession of December 28, 1886
262
Ponca, in Nebraska and Dakota, woolen clothing to be delivered by November 1
620
to be paid in money
599
River Crow, from cession of December 28, 1886
262
Sauk and Fox, life annuity of £500 to Pushetenekeque
701
proceeds of cession June 12, 1890
391
reservation ceded
229
Seneca, permanent annuities funded
741
Sheepeaters, for cession of parts of Fort Hall and Lemhi reservations
314
Shoshoni, for cession of parts of Fort Hall and Lemhi reservations
314
Shoshoni and Arapaho, for cession of April 21, 1896
625
Shoshoni and Bannock, Fort Hall Reservation, for cession October 7, 1898
705
from fund of $6,000
200
Sioux, permanent fund for
335
under act of March 3, 1889, part to be paid in money
559
where to be delivered
169
woolen clothing for Nebraska and Dakota bands to be delivered by November 1
620
Sioux, Flandreau band
598
in Montana, cession of December 28, 1886
262
Santee band in Nebraska
598
Southern Ute in Colorado, proceeds from sales under act of February 20, 1895
556,557
Upper and Middle Spokan, under agreement of March 11, 1887
454
Ute in Colorado
180,182,185
Yankton Sioux
524,525,528
Antlers, term of court at
71
Apache (see also Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache and White Mountain Apache)—
 
agreement of October 21, 1892
708
February 25, 1896, on San Carlos Reservation
609
cession and sale coal lands
609
statistics
1035,1041
Apache of Arizona and New Mexico, removal to Indian Territory prohibited
176
Apache on White Mountain Reservation, Ariz., part of lands to be sold under the mining laws and proceeds held in trust for Indians
740
Apache on San Carlos Reservation, agreement of February 25, 1896
609
Appeals, from United States commissioners in Indian Territory
53,73
courts in Indian Territory
41,54,58,75,77
to Supreme Court in citizenship cases
101
depredation claims
61
Application of funds to be in manner directed by law
10
Appropriations—
 
act for 1903, provisions to take effect July 1, 1902
799
annual report of items disbursed to be made on November 1
25
depredation claims only paid on special appropriations
10
estimates to be classified by agencies and States
27
for education to be expended in the Indian country
10
for executing treaties not to be misapplied or transferred
10
for investment of trust funds
10
for supplies, advertisement and contracts before
69
distribution to prevent deficiencies
24
general, may be taken to supplement special
89
liabilities not to be incurred in excess of
24
specific, may be increased by general appropriations
89
tribes at war not to be paid from
23,24
Arapaho (see also Northern Arapaho and Cheyenne)—
 
agreement of October, 1890, with Cheyenne and
415
allotments to be taken on ceded lands
415,416
prior to October, 1890, may be approved
417
restrictions upon alienation, etc., for twenty-five years
417
time within which to select
417
cession of lands in Indian Territory
415
payment for cession
417
fund of $1,000,000 to be held in trust at 5 per cent interest
417
schools and religious societies may have land reserved
416
allotments to be taken on lands ceded in October, 1890
415,416
patents to issue at end of twenty-five years
417
restrictions upon alienation or incumbrance
417
time for selection
417
cession of lands in Indian Territory
415
payment for
417
funds, proceeds of cession of 1890, $1,000,000, to be held in trust at 5 per cent interest
417,418
in Wyoming, agreement of April 21, 1896, with Shoshoni and
624
cession of lands, proceeds, how expended
624,625
lands in Indian Territory, schools and religious organizations may have reserve
416
school sections may be leased
419
settlement of
419
Oklahoma, settlers granted extension of time for payment
565
legislation relating to, note
168
statistics
1030,1042
Archives, relating to Indians, Smithsonian Institution to have charge of
27
Ardmore, term of court at
71
Arickaree.( See Arikara.)
 
Arikara, Fort Berthold Reservation—
 
agreement of December 14, 1886
425
allotments of diminished reservation
426
restriction on alienation, etc., for twenty-five years
426
annuities, $80,000 annually for ten years
425
how to be expended
427
cession of land to United States
425
laws of Dakota extended over reservation
426
subsistence not to be furnished adult males not working orchildren not attending school
427
unallotted lands to be held in trust for twenty-five years
426
statistics
1033
Arizona, Executive orders relating to reservations in
801
expenses of certain counties in Indian prosecutions to be ascertained
552
Indians of, removal to Indian Territory forbidden
176
Arizona Southern Railroad Company, right of way through Papago Reservation, Ariz
211
Arizona Water Company, electric power plant may be constructed by, on Pima Reservation, Ariz
714
Arkansas, laws extended over Indian Territory
48
“county” equivalent to judicial district
50
court of appeals
75
criminal laws applicable, unless conflicting with United States laws
51
descent and distribution in Creek Nation
120,762
incorporation of cities and towns
94,95
“State” equivalent to Territory
51
pleading and practice in United States courts
41
Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Company, right of way through Choctaw Nation
572
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
669
Arkansas Northwestern Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
589
amended provisions relative to
687
Arkansas River, bridge to be constructed by Campbell-Lynch Bridge Company
640
bridge to be constructed by Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway Company
347
Arkansas, Texas and Mexican Central Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
517
amended provisions relating to
639
Arms and ammunition, sale to hostile Indians prohibited
1
Armstrong Orphan Academy, lands reserved for
775
Army, Nez Perces to be paid for services as scouts
540
offices of, detail as agents
100
appropriations not available for
100
Secretary of the Interior to have direction of
100
Sioux, serving as scouts during civil war and Sioux outbreak, payment to certain
485,559
to include 1,000 Indian scouts
2
officers to be appointed
26
pay to be as cavalry soldiers
3
when using their own horses
27
Yankton Sioux employed during civil war, payment to
526
Arrests, by marshal in Indian country
19
by military force, detention of prisoner
19
humane treatment to be required
19
for introducing intoxicants into Indian country
64
selling intoxicants to reservation Indians
64
of Indians and fugitives from justice in the Indian country
19
Arson, Indians committing crime of, against property of Indian or other person,State law to govern
32
penalty for committing, in Indian country
18
Asphalt lands, Choctaw and Chickasaw nations—
 
leasing and operation of
652,653
reserved from allotment
775,784
sale of
783,784
Asphalt lands in Indian Territory, lease of, by Secretary of the Interior
93
Assault, in Indian country, penalty for
18
with deadly weapon in Indian Territory
44
intent to kill, Indian committing against Indian or other person, State laws applicable
32
kill or maim, penalty for
18
rob, in Indian Territory, penalty for
44
Assiniboin—
 
agreement of December 31, 1886
261
allotments
263
area
263
descent by laws of Montana
263
patents, contents of
263
title to be held in trust for twenty-five years
263
allottees not to lose tribal rights
263
annuities
262
preference to industrious Indians
263
surplus not required to be retained for benefit of tribe
263
boundaries of reservation
265
marking of
264
cattle, brand of Indian department to be on, sale prohibited
262
cession of lands
262
employees at agency, Indians preferred
262
purpose of agreement
262
reservation, boundaries
264
marking of
264
rights of way through
264
to be separate from other tribes
262
right of way through reservation
264
Assiniboin, Fort Belknap Reservation—
 
agreement of October 9, 1895
601
annuities to be paid
601,602
cattle delivered to Indians, not to be sold
602
cession of lands
601
depredation claims not to be deducted from payment here directed
603
employment of Indians on agency
602
“mixed bloods” included in term “Indian”
603
payment for cession, distribution of
601,602
stock raising on reservation
602
survey of reservation
603
Fort Peck Reservation, Mont., boundaries defined
264
timber on adjoining lands may be used
264
statistics
1033
Assistant Attorney-General to defend depredation claims
59,61
compensation increased to $5,000 per annum
63,66
Assistant district attorneys, Indian Territory
85
appointment
85
place of residence
85
salary
85
Atchison and Nebraska Railway Company, right of way through Iowa and Sauk and Fox reservation in Kansas and Nebraska
594
Atoka, term of court at
71
Atoka agreement (Choctaw and Chickasaw, April 23, 1897)
647
Attachment of improvements on tribal lands in Indian Territory forbidden
50
Attendance at school, rations may be withheld from parents
66
Attorney-General, accounts of Cherokee to be stated by
558
actions for allotments by persons denied citizenship, copy of petition to be served on
109
bonds of marshals in Indian Territory may be increased
83
depredation claims to be defended by assistant
59,61
deputy marshals in Indian Territory, certain accounts to be approved
83
district attorneys in Indian Territory, residence to be fixed by
85
Attorneys, provisions with reference to depredation claims
61
Santee Sioux of Nebraska and certain South Dakota bands of Sioux, not to exceed $1,000 per annum may be appropriated for
447
Automatic signals at railroad crossings in Indian Territory and Oklahoma
117
Awards of contracts to be annually reported by Commissioner of Indian Affairs
27

—B—

Bad River Reservation, Wis., allotments to Chippewa on
713
Executive orders establishing
928
Banking and trust companies in Indian Territory, provisions respecting
111
Bannock—
 
agreement of May 14, 1880
314
allotments on Fort Hall Reservation
314
area of
314
patents to restrict alienation, etc., for twenty-five years
315
annuities in consideration of cession
314
cession of part of Fort Hall Reservation
314
Lemhi Reservation
314
removal from Lemhi to Fort Hall Reservation
314
agreement of July 18, 1881, on Fort Hall Reservation
199
right of way across reservation ceded for railroad
199
agreement of May 27, 1887, on Fort Hall Reservation
292
cession of part of reservation
292
lands ceded to be surveyed and sold
293
proceeds of sales to be held in trust at 5 per cent interest
293
right of way ceded to Utah and Northern Railroad Company
293
agreement of February 5, 1898
704
allotments to Indians residing on ceded lands
705,706
boundaries, survey and marking of
706
cession of lands
704
Indians to have use of ceded lands while remaining public lands
706
highways through reservation
706
irrigation, water reserved for
706
payments for cessions
705
depredation claims not to be deducted
705
Fort Hall Reservation, allotments on
707
funds, proceeds of lands ceded in Fort Hall Reservation to be held in trust at 5 per cent interest
293
railroad right of way ceded across Fort Hall Reservation
201
statistics
1033
Baptist Mission School, lands in Cherokee Nation reserved for
724,790
Barker, William B., lease of oil and gas wells from Seneca Nation ratified
468
release of part to Seneca confirmed
623
Beer, introduction into Indian country prohibited
63
Bell, R. S., widow of, lands reserved from allotment
775
Bible, instruction of Indian school children in
38
Bids, certified checks to accompany, when exceeding $5,000
25
to be filed and preserved
27
Big Horn Southern Railroad Company, right of way through Crow Reservation, Mont
309
time for construction extended and route amended
479
Big Wind River, Shoshoni Reservation, Wyo., bridge across to be reconstructed
523
Billings, Clark's Fork and Cooke City Railroad Company, right of way across Crow Reservation, Mont
277
Bitter Root Valley, Montana, Flathead and confederated tribes in, removed to Jocko Reservation
135,326
Flathead lands in, reappraisement and sale
667
orders establishing reserve in
854
sale of allotments
326
survey and sale of lands in
135
homestead laws extended over
149
payment, time extended
149
Black Bob band of Shawnee, suit to quiet title to lands of, in Kansas
324
Black Hawk War, pensions to survivors of
122
Blackfeet—
 
agreement of February 11, 1887
261,266
allotments in severalty
263
area
263
descent by laws of Montana
263
patents, restrictions to be expressed in
263
title to be held in trust for twenty-five years
263
allottees not to lose tribal rights
263
annuities
262
not required, retention for benefit of tribe
263
preference to industrious Indians
263
boundaries of reservation
265
marking of
264
cattle, brand of Indian Department to be on
262
sale forbidden
262
cession of lands
262
employees at agency, Indians to be preferred
262
purpose of agreement
262
reservation, boundaries
265
marking of
264
rights of way through
264
to be separated from other tribes
262
rights of way through lands, how granted
264
agreement of September 26, 1895
604
allotments not to be made
606
cattle to be distributed, sale forbidden
606
cession of lands
605
depredation claims not to be deducted from appropriations
607
“mixed bloods” included in term “Indian”
607
payments for cession
605
preference to Indians in employment
606
rights of way through reservation
607
survey of reservation
606
legislation relating to, note
149
reservation established in Montana
149,150,263
boundaries defined
265
ceded lands opened to settlement
266
laws of Montana extended over part ceded
286
part annexed to counties of Choteau and Dawson
286
rights of way across, how granted
264
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway Company granted right of way over
246
statistics
1029,1030,1043
Blackfeet Agency, Mont., statistics of
1029
Blackfeet Reserve, Mont., Executive orders establishing
855
Blacksmiths, tribes to direct employment of, when
7
upper and middle bands of Spokane, provisions for
454
Bloods—
 
agreement of February 11, 1887
261
allotments in severalty
263
area
263
descent by laws of Montana
263
patents, restrictions to be expressed in
263
title to be held in trust for twenty-five years
263
allottees not to lose tribal rights
263
annuities
262
not required, retention for future distribution
263
preference to industrious Indians
263
boundaries of reservation
266
marking of
264
cattle, brand of Indian Department to be on
262
sale forbidden
262
cession of lands
262
employees at agency, Indians to be preferred
262
purpose of agreement
262
reservation, boundaries
266
marking of
264
rights of way through
264
to be separate from other tribes
262
rights of way through lands, how granted
264
legislation relating to, note
149
reservation established in Montana
149,150,262
boundaries defined
265
ceded lands opened to settlement
266
laws of Montana extended over ceded part
286
part annexed to counties of Choteau and Dawson
286
rights of way across, how granted
264
statistics
1029
Bloomfield Academy, lands reserved from allotment
775
Blue Mountain Irrigation and Improvement Company, right of way for canals and reservoirs on Umatilla Reservation, Oreg
457
Boise Fort Reservation, Minn., Duluth, Rainy Lake River and Southwestern Railway Company granted right of way through
260
Bonds, abstracted, value of, to be held in Treasury for benefit of Indians at 5 per cent interest
69
additional security may be required of persons intrusted with property
7
Bonds, agents
5
liability for funds received from any source
101
sureties to file statement of property
25
cities in Indian Territory may issue, for public improvements
118,119
clerk of United States court in Indian Territory
40,72
constables in Indian Territory
53,73
delivery to Choctaw of certain, suspended
141
marshal of United States court in Indian Territory
40,83
subagents
6
traders with the Indian tribes
16
Bosque Redondo Reserve, N. Mex., Executive orders establishing
870
Boundaries of agencies to be established by the Secretary of the Interior
6
Boundary monuments of surveys in Indian Territory
82
cost limited
82
penalty for defacing
82
Bounty lands, laws relating to, extended over Indians
20
Brainerd and Northern Minnesota Railway Company, right of way through Chippewa and Leech Lake reservations in Minnesota
514,571
Brand of stock, alteration of, in Indian Territory, penalty for
44
Bribery, Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, Arkansas laws applicable
653
Bridges, Arkansas River, Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway Company may construct
347
at Webbers Falls, Indian Territory, the Campbell-Lynch Bridge Company may construct
640
Big Wind River, Shoshoni Reservation, Wyo., construction authorized
523
Niobrara River, constructions authorized for access to Ponca and Yankton Sioux reservations
510
Poteau River, in Choctaw Nation, Fort Smith and Choctaw Bridge Company may construction bridge
279
courts to have jurisdiction of controversies
328
Brothertown Indians, lands in Wisconsin conveyed to trustees to be sold for benefit of
174
Brule Sioux, agreement of September 26, 1876
169,171
statistics
1041
Buildings, on ceded lands, belonging to the United States, sale of
15
Burden of proof, actions between whites and Indians respecting property rights,to be on white person
15
Burglary, Indians committing, upon property of another Indian or other person, State law to apply
32
in Indian Territory, penalty for
37
Burial grounds (see also Cemetery lands), lands reserved for, in Five Civilized Tribes
93

—C—

California, agents not to visit Washington unless ordered by Commissioner of Indian Affairs
6
residence of to be at agencies
6
Executive orders relating to reservations in
815
Indians wars of 1851-52, pensions to survivors
123
Calispel. (See Kalispel.)
 
Cameron, term of court at
71
changed to Poteau
108
Campbell-Lynch Bridge Company may construct bridge across Arkansas River at Webbers Falls
640
Camp Grant Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
801
Camp Verde Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
801
Canadian River, channel to be straightened and restored by Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway Company
645
constitutes boundary between Creek and Choctaw Nations
645
Canal rights of way. (See Irrigation.) Capitol Building, Chickasaw Nation, lands reserved from allotment
775
Capitol Building, Choctaw Nation, lands reserved from allotment
775
Capote band of Ute, agency in Colorado to be established
157
agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
removal to new reservation
176
statistics
1043
Captives, surrender of, by Indians to be required before payments of money due
10,23
Carlin Farms Reserve, Nev., Executive orders establishing
865
Carlo's band of Flatheads, statistics
1032
Carpenters, Upper and Middle Bands of Spokan, provisions for
454
Cass Lake Chippewa, statistics
1046
Cass Lake Reservation, Minn., Duluth and Winnipeg Railroad Company granted right of way through
352
Cattaraugus Reservation, leases of lands in, renewals may not exceed ninety-nine years
155,368
Cattle, Cherokee Nation, on leased allotments not to be taxed
727,798
Creek Nation, grazing in
765
Crow Reservation
196
Cattle, Crow common herd, purchase of cattle for
434
distribution among individuals
754
Crows, purchase of, may be made with any trust funds
754
delivered to Indians of Blackfoot Reservation
606
delivered to Indians of Piegan, Blood, Blackfeet, and River Crow reservations, Mont., to have brand of Indian Department and not to be sold
262
delivered to Indians of Fort Belknap and Blackfoot Reservation, not to be sold
602
penalty for unlawful grazing on Indian lands
14
removal from Indian country for trading purposes forbidden, penalty
17
sale by agent for tribe
16
of Government cattle in possession of Indians to persons not members of tribe without consent of agents prohibited
31
Cayuga, statistics
1037
Cayuse, allotments on Umatilla Reservation, Oreg
224,225,226
statistics
1044
Cedar Rapids, Iowa Falls and Northwestern Railway Company, right of way through Pipestone Reservation, Minn
343
Cemetery lands, American Missionary Association may purchase on Santee Sioux Reservation, Nebr., allotment of Alexander Redwing
485
in Five Civilized Tribes, lands reserved
93
Kansa Nation, lands reserved for
768
Seneca may grant lands in Alleghany Reservation to Wildwood Cemetery Association
215
town of Kingfisher, Okla., may purchase lands for
486
town of Miami, Ind. T., may purchase from Peoria or Ottawa allottee
600
townsites, in Cherokee Nation, may purchase lands for
795
Chickasaw Nation, lands reserved from allotment
775
Choctaw Nation, lands reserved from allotment
775
Creek Nation, reservation of lands
660,734
desecration of graves
764
sale of lots
764
Five Civilized Tribes
96
Census, annual report of, by agents
32
Chippewa in Minnesota
302
on Chippewa and Christian reservations
623
Miami
146,191
Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho
171
Ute
184
Central judicial district of Indian Territory
71,118,121
Certificates to be attached to contracts executed before a judge
11
Chamberlain, city of, American Island may be leased by, for quasi-public purposes
570
Chattel mortgages, Quapaw Agency, to be recorded at Miami
700
Chehalis, Executive orders establishing reservation in Washington
901
statistics
1040
Chemehuevi, statistics
1030
Cherokee, accounts of treasurer kept with assistant treasurer at St. Louis
158
acts of council to be approved by President of United States
112
approved acts, publication of
112
disapproved acts, return of
112
secretary of tribe to forward to President
112
time for approval limited to thirty days
112
Agency, N. C., superintendent of training school to perform duties of
65,446
agreement of April 9, 1900
716
allotments in severalty, provisions relative to
715,716,717,718
rights of Delawares to be protected
718
cattle on leased allotments not subject to tribal tax
727
tribal lands, grazing tax may be imposed
727
Cherokee Advocate, publication of
724
citizenship accorded
726
claims to be adjudicated by Court of Claims
728
coal lands, rights in, not affected
729
deeds and conveyances, execution and recording of
722,723,727
definition of terms
716
Delaware suit, compensation of attorneys to be fixed by Court of Claims
728
funds arising to be paid into United States Treasury
726
disbursements to be authorized by tribe
726
lease of allotments
726
mineral lands
727
Methodist Episcopal Church South may buy certain lands
726
municipal corporations, powers of
725
oil lands, rights in, not affected
729
ordinances to be approved by the President and published
727
payments deferred to be a lien
727
permit taxes, noncitizens renting agricultural land not to pay
726
public buildings, sale when not required
725
railroad companies not benefited by transfer of title to allottees
726
recording of deeds and conveyances
722,723,727
reservation of certain land from allotment
724,725
reversion when not used for intended purpose
728
revenues, collection by officer appointed by Secretary of Interior
726
rolls of membership
723
schools, general provisions respecting
723,724
lands reserved for
724,725
Secretary of the Interior, powers of
726
surveys, expenses of
726
town sites, provisions relating to
718-722
reserved from allotment
724
tribal courts abolished
727
government to end March 4, 1906
726
indebtedness to be liquidated
727
agreement ratified July 1, 1902
787
allotments in severalty
788
cattle of lessees grazing on, taxation forbidden
798
certificates of allotment
789
contests to be filed within nine months of selection
797
divisions of land not less than legal subdivisions
788
excessive holdings
788
heirs may receive, but executor must select
789
improved lands, certain improvements to be paid for
797
incompetents, selections for
797
intruders to be ejected by agent
789
minors, selections for
797
patents to be issued
796
possession to be delivered by United States
789
reserved lands
790
selection by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes on default
788
appraisement of lands
788
cattle grazing on leased allotments, taxation forbidden
798
on unallotted lands, grazing tax for
798
cemetery lands reserved from allotment
795
claims referred to Court of Claims
797
Commission to Five Civilized Tribes to settle questions as to appraisement and allotment
789
debts of tribe, payment from funds
797
deeds and conveyances
796
definitions of terms
787
Delawares, members of Cherokee Nation, allotments to
789
distribution of tribal property to members
792
excessive inclosures of land
789
funds, disbursements to be under direction of the Secretary of the Interior
796
highways and roads
793
homesteads to be selected on allotment
788
alienation for twenty-one years forbidden
788
leases of allotments
798
orphans, interest of fund to support Cherokee Orphan Asylum
793
per capita payments to be made by officer of Interior Department
797
recording of patents for allotments
796
revenue to be collected by officer of Indian Department
796
rolls of citizenship
791
infant children, applications to be filed for
792
partial lists to be forwarded Secretary of Interior
791
persons enrolled in other tribes to be excluded
791
schools, expenses, how paid
792
lands reserved for
790
teachers, qualifications
792
use of school fund
792
town sites, appraisal of improvements
794
area
793
cometeries, purchase of land for
795
churches to have conveyance of land occupied
795
commissioners, if Indian appointee does not qualify vacancy may be filled by Secretary of the Interior
796
Government lands to be purchased
796
improvements of prior occupants
793
number of inhabitants less than 200
795
parks, purchase of land by town
795
payment for lots
796
default
795
town sites, prior occupants of unimproved lands may buy at one-half of appraisal
794
owning improvements may buy at one-fourth of appraisal
794
under title not based upon tribal laws, purchase by
794
sale of lots, any person may buy
796
payments, how made
794
unimproved lots, payment, how made
794
to be in twelve months
794
survey, platting, etc
793
expenses of, how paid
795
taxation of lots
795
tribal government to terminate March 4, 1906
796
tribal rights extinguished by death prior to September 1, 1902
279
allotments in severalty
120,498
area
120,498
citizenship accorded allottees
498
citizenship in Cherokee Nation, Dawes Commission to investigate
98
roll of 1880 confirmed
98
claims, Attorney-General to state accounts of moneys due
558
against United States, suit may be brought in Court of Claims
491,728,797
Delawares residing in, against Cherokee, referred to the Court of Claims
100
Eastern Band, against Cherokee, referred to the Court of Claims
216
Shawnee, against Cherokee, referred to the Court of Claims
446
Shawnee, Delaware, and Cherokee freedmen, against Cherokee, referred to the Court of Claims
372,492
Western Band, referred to Court of Claims
316
Commission to negotiate for cession of lands
341
Delawares, lands purchased for, segregation of
100
to be paid from funds of
300
Eastern Band, claim referred to Court of Claims
216
permanent annuity, appropriation for
20
taxes on North Carolina lands to be paid from tribal funds
457
timber sales, order for, to pay taxes on North Carolina lands, revoked
457
education, fund for, proceeds from leases of salt deposits to be added to
215
freedmen, Court of Claims to adjudicate claims
372
payment from Cherokee funds
300
roll of to be prepared by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
98
funds, arising from cession of Cherokee Outlet
489
sale of Cherokee Strip
132,173
Eastern Band to sue in Court of Claims to ascertain interest in
216
Osage purchase, funds derived from
141
payments to Delaware, Shawnee and adopted freedmen to be deducted from
300
transfer of certain annuities from Shawnee
521
indigent fund, $75,000 to be set apart as
141
lands, cession for use of Nez Perces of Joseph's Band
175
Commission to negotiate for cessions
341
sale of Cherokee Strip
131,173
legislation relating to, note
131
Nez Perces of Joseph's Band, lands sold for use of
175
orphan fund, $80,000 set apart as
141
to be used to support Cherokee Orphan Asylum
793
Osage, purchase of lands for use of
137
proceeds of, how to be expended
141
Pawnee, purchase of lands for use of
161
Ponca, purchase of reservation from Cherokee
167,175,191
salt deposits, leases for twenty years authorized
215
Shawnee to be paid from funds of
300
statistics
1045
suit for money withheld may be brought in Court of Claims
491
town sites, provisions relating to
95,96,718,793
commissioners to be appointed
106,107
appeals from, to Secretary of Interior
106
duties
106
work of, to commence when plats are approved
106
lands reserved from allotment
724
railroad stations, town sites to be established irrespective of population
107
Secretary of Interior to lay out, when town has 200 or more inhabitants
106
provisions for towns of less than 200 inhabitants
751,795
surveys by Secretary of Interior
106
may be by town authorities
107
Western Band, claim referred to Court of Claims
316
Cherokee Advocate Printing Office, lands reserved for
724,725,790
Cherokee Female Seminary, lands reserved for
725,790
Cherokee Insane Asylum, lands reserved for
725,790
Cherokee Male Seminary, lands reserved for
725,790
Cherokee Nation v. Hitchcock, decision of Supreme Court in case of
1053
Cherokee Orphan Asylum, lands reserved for
725,790
support from Cherokee orphan fund
793
Cherokee Outlet—
 
allotment law of February 28, 1891, not applicable to
58
cession of, agreement of December 19, 1891
490
allotments to Cherokee settlers on
491
distribution of funds
492
payment for cession
489,491
removal of tresspassers
490
railroads not to be benefited by relinquishment except that further payments to Cherokee Nation need not be made
492
share of proceeds belonging to Delaware, Shawnee, and Cherokee freedmen to be retained pending decision of the Court of Claims
492
grazing cattle on, forbidden
946
489
proclamation opening lands to settlement
967
reservations of lands in, for public purposes, may be made by the President
493
salines restored to public domain
994
settlement of
493,494
when to become a part of Oklahoma
45
Cherokee Strip—
 
sale of
131,173
disposition of proceeds
132,173
price of lands
131,173
settlers to have preference right
131
surveys
131
town-site laws to apply to
132
Cherokee Training School, North Carolina, superintendent to act as agent
65,446
Cherokee war, pensions to survivors of
122
Cheyenne (see also Northern Arapaho and Cheyenne and Cheyenne and Arapaho)—
 
agreement of October, 1890, with Arapaho and
415
allotments to be taken on ceded lands
416
confirmation of those made prior to October, 1890
417
restrictions upon alienation, etc., for twenty-five years
417
time for selection
417
cession of land in Indian Territory
415
payment for cession
417
fund of $1,000,000 to be held in trust at 5 per cent interest
417
schools and religious societies may have land reserved
416
lands in Indian Territory ceded by
415
reservations for schools, etc
416
lease of school sections
419
settlement of lands
419
time for payment extended
565
legislation relating to, note
168
statistics
1030,1039
Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency, statistics
1030
Cheyenne and Arapaho Industrial School Reserve, Executive orders establishing
886
Cheyenne and Arapaho lands, Oklahoma, proclamation opening to settlement
956
settlers may commute entries and time for payment extended one year
505
Cheyenne and Arapaho Reservation, Colo., Executive orders establishing
832
Ind. T., Executive orders establishing
839
grazing on, forbidden
938
payment to Choctaw and Chickasaw for, part of appropriation refunded
504
Cheyenne River Agency, S. Dak., agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876
169,171
statistics
1030
Cheyenne River Reservation, S. Dak., boundaries defined
329
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company, right of way as lessee through Iowa and Sauk and Fox Reservation in Kansas and Nebraska
594
Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
250
sale of franchises to Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company
358
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company—
 
right of way through Sioux Reservation in Dakota, grant confirmed
334
Sisseton and Wahpeton lands in Dakota, agreement granting, confirmed
431
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company—
 
right of way through Indian Territory
472
additional land for station and Y in Chickasaw Nation
475
franchises of Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railroad Company may be purchased
358
time for construction extended
630
Chicago, Texas and Mexican Central Railroad Company; may succeed to rights of St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company
208
Chickasaw, Absentee Wyandot to be established on lands, repealed
600,621
accounts of treasurer kept with assistant treasurer at St. Louis
158
agreement of April 23, 1897 (see Choctaw and Chickasaw)
647
March 21, 1902 (see Choctaw and Chickasaw)
771
allotments to members, area to be 320 acres
120,498
coal and asphalt lands reserved
775,784
contests to be filed in nine months from selection
786
boundaries of lands, survey and marking
620
central judicial district of Indian Territory, part of Chickasaw Nation added to
118
citizenship in tribe, whites entitled to, Commission to Five Civilized Tribes to determine
98
claims to Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache lands referred to Court of Claims
712
lands ceded by Wichita in 1891, referred to Court of Claims
564
coal and asphalt lands
784
freedmen, adoption by act of Chickasaw council approved
546
allotments to
648,772,780
claims referred to Court of Claims
779
roll to be prepared by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
81,98
funds, deposit of part for support of indigent members
748
national fund, balance to be paid into Treasury
752
draw interest at 5 per cent from July 1, 1901
752
payment for lands ceded for Cheyenne and Arapaho, part of appropriation refunded
504
use of Absentee Wyandot
600
permanent annuity commuted to $60,000 cash
740
indigent members, Commission to determine who are
749
funds may be used for support of
748
minors and incompetent persons, patents for allotments
786
public buildings, lands reserved from allotment
775
railroad rights of way granted—
 
Arkansas and Choctaw Railroad Company
669
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific, station and Y
475
Little River Valley Railway Company
673
St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company
206
time for construction extended
235
statistics
1045
survey by Geological Survey
620
town sites, provisions relating to
95,96,106
Commission to have charge of
106
appointment of commissioners
107,112
duties of commission
106
work to commence when plats are approved
106
number of inhabitants to be 200 or over
106
railroad stations, irrespective of population
107
surveys by Secretary of Interior
106
may be by town authorities
107
tribal government to expire eight years from April 23, 1897
654
Chickasha, term of court at
71
Chiefs, trespasses upon lands of allottees cause for suspension of
15
violating treaties not to receive annuities
11
Children, Creek Nation, enrollment of
762
of white man and Indian woman, to have mother's rights
89
removal beyond reservation, consent of parent without duress required
76
to schools outside of State or Territory, voluntary consent of parents required
76
Chilocco Industrial School Reserve, Ind. T., Executive orders establishing
842
land to be reserved for use of
198
reservation of lands confirmed
493
Chilocco Reservation, Kansas, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Company granted right of way through
645
Chippewa, allotments on Grand Portage Reservation, timber may be cut and sold
713
lands in Michigan
158,161
Minnesota, completion directed
761
La Pointe or Bad River Reservation
713
White Earth and Red Lake reservations
302,303
lands occupied may be retained
303
prior allotments, area to be deducted
303
allottees not to be disturbed on cession of lands
302
annuities, distribution of interest on fund arising from sale of ceded lands in Minnesota
305
Bad River Reservation, allotments on
713
ceded lands in Minnesota—
 
agricultural lands, survey and sale
304
dams may be constructed in aid of navigation
619,666
pine lands, appraisal and sale
303,304
sales of lands may be suspended
686
Chippewa, census to be taken
302
cession of lands in Minnesota except White Earth and Red Lake reservations, commission to secure
301
allottees not to be disturbed
302
approval by President to extinguish Indian title
302
compensation, duties, etc., of commissioners
303
Fond du Lac Band, claim for deficiency in area of reservation referred to Court of Claims
622
funds, proceeds of sales of ceded lands in Minnesota
305
semiannual interest on $20,000 to be credited L'Anse and Vieux de Sert bands
178
Grand Portage Reservation, timber on allotments may be cut and sold
713
L'Anse Band, semiannual interest to be credited to
178
La Pointe or Bad River Reservation, allotments on
713
legislation relating to, note
301
Michigan lands, allotments on
158,161
disposal of surplus under homestead laws
158,161
settlers on, to make entry
158
Mille Lac Reservation, removal of Indians to other reservations
755
Minnesota lands, allotments on
302,303,761
forest reserve to be selected
758,760
sale of
576,756
agricultural lands
757
classification and appraisal of lands
756
timber lands, part to be reserved
758
timber on pine lands to be sold
576,757
method of sale and logging
758,759
when timber is cut, land to be sold as agricultural
759
Mississippi Band, lands on White Earth Reservation granted to church
150
Ottertail Band of Pillagers to settle on reservation of
133
White Earth Reservation, sale of township of land to Pembina Band of Chippewa
143
of Lake Superior, allotments on La Pointe or Bad River Reservation
713
of Minnesota, commissioners reduced in number to one
597
funds of, appropriation for civilization to be reimbursed
597
proceeds of timber sold to be paid to
755
timber may be sold, proceeds to be distributed
89,755
of Saginaw, Missionary Society of Methodist Episcopal Church granted section of land
157
on Chippewa and Christian Reservation, Kans.—
 
census to be taken
623
funds, proceeds of lands to be distributed per capita
624
patents for allotments
623
sale of lands unallotted
623,624
Pembina Band, purchase of township of land on White Earth Reservation
143
pine lands, sale of
303,304,576,757
Red Cliff Reservation, allotments in severalty on
569
extension of boundaries confirmed
569
Red Lake Reservation, allotments to Indians on
303
removal to White Earth Reservation of all Chippewa except those on Red Lake Reservation
303
reservation in Minnesota, timber cutting on, inspector to investigate, and may suspend cutting and sale of timber and sale of lands on reservations
685
schools to be provided out of proceeds of lands sold
305
statistics
1035,1036,1039,1046
timber on reservation in Minnesota, sale of
89,303,576,757
provisions relative to dead and fallen timber repealed as to Minnesota lands
760
Turtle Mountain band, commission to
450
statistics
1031
Vieux de Sert band, semiannual interest to be credited to
178
White Earth Reservation, all Chippewa except those on Red Lake Reservation to be removed to
303
Chippewa and Christian Reservation, Kans., allottees dying without heirs, lands to be sold
624
census of Indians to be taken
623
commissioner to investigate title of allottees
623
inherited lands may be sold by heirs
624
Moravian Church, patent for certain land
623
patents to allottees, partition among heirs
623
sale of residue of lands
623,624
proceeds to be paid per capita
624
Chippewa Reservation, Minn., dams to be constructed in aid of navigation, United States not liable for damages from overflows
619,666
railroad rights of way granted—
 
Brainerd and Northern Minnesota Railway Company
571
Duluth and North Dakota Railroad Company
593
Duluth and Winnipeg Railroad Company
550
time for construction extended
619
Northern Mississippi Railway Company
547
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway Company
515
time for construction extended
618
surveys, expenses to be reimbursed from proceeds of lands sold
666
Chiricahua Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
802
Choctaw, accounts of treasurer kept with assistant treasurer at St. Louis
158
agreement of April 23, 1897 (see Choctaw and Chickasaw)
646,647
March 21, 1902 (see Choctaw and Chickasaw)
771
allotments in severalty
120,498
area
120,498
citizenship accorded allottees
498
annuities, permanent appropriation for interest on $2,868,798.62, the judgment of the Court of Claims
285
bonds, delivery suspended
141
boundary between Choctaw and Creek nations
645
bridge across Poteau River, Fort Smith and Choctaw Bridge Company may construct
279
courts to have jurisdiction of controversies
328
central judicial district of Indian Territory to include
71
citizenship in, Commission to Five Civilized Tribes to determine rights of claimants under article 14, treaty of 1830
98
whites entitled to, commission to Five Civilized Tribes to determine
98
claim for balances due, referred to Court of Claims
193
to Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache lands referred to Court of Claims
712
lands ceded by Wichita in 1891, referred to Court of Claims
564
coal and asphalt lands, sale of
784
coal mines, leases to Choctaw Coal and Railway Company, confirmed
373
freedmen, allotments to
648,772
roll to be prepared be Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
98
funds, deposit of part for support of indigent members
748
judgment of Court of Claims of $2,858,798.62 to be held in trust for
285
payment for lands ceded for Cheyenne and Arapaho, part of appropriation refunded
504
use of Absentee Wyandot
600,621
indigent members, commission to determine who are
749
funds may be used for support of
748
leases to Choctaw Coal and Railway Company confirmed
373
legislation relative to, note
656
Mississippi band, allotments, sale, or incumbrance to be void
106
enrollment in Choctaw nation
106,780
proofs required
106
settlement to be made in Choctaw and Chickasaw country
106
rights to Choctaw citizenship referred to Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
87,106
subsequent legislation not to impair
99
orphan fund, proceeds of sale of certain lands to be credited to
655
orphan lands, Mississippi, sale under public land laws
655,742
Pike, Albert, heirs may sue for amount due, in Court of Claims
565
public buildings, lands reserved from allotment
775
railroad rights of way granted—
 
Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Company
572,669
Fort Smith and Western Railroad Company
692
amended provisions relative to
700
Fort Smith and Western Coal Railroad Company
577
amended provisions relative to
644
Little River Valley Railway Company
673
St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company
206
time for construction extended
235
statistics
1045
town sites, provisions relating to
95,96,106
commission, appointment of commissioners
112
for separate towns
106
appointment
107
duties
106
number of inhabitants to be 200 or more
106
railroad stations, population immaterial
107
surveys by Secretary of Interior
106
town authorities may survey and plat
107
work to commence when plats are approved
106
tribal government to expire eight years from April 23, 1897
654
Wyandot, Absentee band, to be established on lands of
600,621
Choctaw Coal and Railway Company, grant of right of way through Indian Territory
256
amendment to route
311
time for construction extended
399,509
leases from certain Choctaw confirmed
373
purchasers of franchises may organize new company
547
transfer of franchises to Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Company
595
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Company, successor to Choctaw Coal and Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
595
amended provisions relating to
697
Choctaw and Chickasaw—
 
agreement of April 23, 1897
646,647
actions, tribe to be made a party when interested
654
acts and ordinances, approval by President
654
publication
654
allotments in severalty
647
alienation of part not included in homestead
649
controversies over particular lands to be settled by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
649
freedmen, 40 acres to be allotted equal in value to average Choctaw lands
648
land allotted to be deducted from that to be allotted Choctaw
648
homestead of 160 acres, separate patent to issue for, restricting alienation for twenty-five years
649
lands reserved from allotment
647,648
disposal as town-site lands
651
leases not to exceed five years, to be in writing and recorded in clerk's office in three months
649
possession to be delivered by United States
649
selection, how made
648,649
taxation forbidden for twenty-one years while title is in allottee
649
work to begin under direction of Secretary of Interior when surveys are complete
648
appraisement of lands under direction of Secretary of Interior to begin when surveys are complete
648
improvements to be excluded
648
Indians to be represented
648
asphalt mines, leases of
652,653
operation of
652
proceeds to go to education fund
652
royalties payable into United States Treasury
652
title reserved to tribes
652
bribery and embracery, laws of Arkansas applicable
653
citizenship to be accorded when tribal government ceases
655
coal mines, leases of
652,653
operation of
652
proceeds to go to education fund
652
royalties payable into United States Treasury
652
title reserved to tribe
652
embezzlement, laws of Arkansas applicable
653
equity powers possessed by United States courts
654
freedmen, Chickasaw Nation, enrollment of
648
funds, arrears of interest to be credited Chickasaw
655
payment per capita one year after dissolution of tribal government
655
jurors, Indians competent as
654
“leased district” lands, proceeds to be disposed of according to decision in Wichita suit
655
murder by Indians, change of venue may be taken
654
orphan fund, Choctaw, proceeds of lands sold to be credited to
655
patents for allotments
649
per capita payments, how made
654
railroads, legislation requested concerning
650
records of land titles to be provided
649
royalties from coal and asphalt mines to be paid into the United States Treasury
652
disposal for benefit of tribes if members are taxed to support schools
653
schools, royalties from coal and asphalt mines to be used for support while members are not taxed
652,653
survey of ninety-eighth meridian, west, to be made and marked
649
town sites, commission to lay out, appraise and sell lots
650
expenses of surveys, etc., not charged to tribes
651
location of cemeteries
651
ordinances not to conflict with laws of United States
651
sale of lots, payment, and disposition of proceeds
651
taxation, unsold lots not to be taxed and lien for purchase price to precede tax levy
651
unappraised lots to be sold at public auction
651
tribal government to continue for eight years
654
United States courts to have jurisdiction in certain actions irrespective of citizenship
653
agreement of March 21, 1902
771
allotments in severalty
772
alienation
772
coal and asphalt lands leased, reserved
775,784
Commission to Five Civilized Tribes to have charge of
774
deeds, recordation of
786
division of lands
773
excessive inclosures, penalty for
773
freedmen
772,780
heirs may receive
773
homesteads inalienable for twenty-five years
772
incompetents and minors, patents for
786
incumbrance during trust period to be void
772
reserved lands
775
selections, commission to Five Civilized Tribes to settle all questions
786
contests barred after nine months
786
appraisement of lands
771
asphalt lands, sale of
775,783,784
to be subject to existing leases
786
cemetery lands reserved from allotment
775
citizenship cases
776
court created
778
coal lands, sale of
783,784
to be subject to existing leases
784
commission to sell coal and asphalt land
784
definitions
771
excessive holdings of land
773,774
freedmen, allotments to
772,780
Chickasaw, claims to be settled by Court of Claims
779
incompetents and minors, patents for allotments
786
leases of coal and asphalt lands, sales to be subject to
784
minors, patents for
786
Mississippi Choctaw, enrollment of
780
municipal corporations, bonds for improvements
783
payments to members
786
rolls of citizenship
775
applications for enrollment to be filed
779
property to be distributed only to members whose names are enrolled
779
sulphur springs ceded to United States
785
intoxicants forbidden on
785
town sites, provisions respecting
782
Christian Indians. (See Munsee and Chippewa and Christian Reservation, Kans.)
 
Churches (see also Religious organizations)—
 
Cherokee Nation, town-site lots may be granted to
795
Chickasaw Nation, lands reserved for
775
Choctaw Nation, lands reserved for
775
Creek Nation, lands reserved for
736
Five Civilized Tribes, lands reserved from allotment
93
Indian Territory, penalty for disturbing worship in
43
United Peoria and Miami lands, reserves for
344
Circuit court of appeals, eighth circuit, jurisdiction of appeals from Indian Territory
77
Circuit courts of United States, eastern district of Texas, jurisdiction over crimes in Indian Territory
51
Indian Territory. (See United States courts in Indian Territory.)
 
western district of Arkansas, jurisdiction over crimes in Indian Territory
51
Cities and towns in Indian Territory—
 
acquisition of land for public purposes
93
Cherokee Nation, issue of bonds
725
incorporation of
94,95
Arkansas laws applicable
94
bonds for improvements where population exceeds 2,000
118
amount authorized
118
prior issues to be deducted
119
assent of two-thirds of voters
118
census before election
119
contents of bonds
119
interest not to exceed 5 per cent
119
petition for issuance
119
taxation to liquidate
119
council
95
elections
94,95
free schools
95
improvements, transfer of
95
leases, transfer of
95
marshal
95
mayors
95
taxation
95
Citizens Band of Potawatomi (see also Potawatomi, Citizens Band)—
 
allotments in severalty
410,520
sale by heirs and by allottees, actual resident of other States
520,701
statistics
1042
Citizenship, allottees adopting habits of civilized life and all Indians of Indian Territory accorded
35
Cherokee accorded rights of
726
Choctaw and Chickasaw to acquire, on termination of tribal government
655
Confederated Peoria in Quapaw Agency accorded right of
54
Creeks to acquire rights of, on termination of tribal government
661
in Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, court to determine established
776,778
in Five Civilized Tribes—
 
actions in United States courts for lands held by persons claiming
91,92
complaint to be filed by chief
92
continuance, bond may be required
92
execution process
92
limitations
92
notice before suit
91
Commission to Five Civilized Tribes to determine
80
appeals to United States district court
81
Supreme Court
101
applications to be filed in three months
80
decisions to be made in ninety days
80
tribal laws, customs, and rolls to be given effect
80
improvements on lands when citizenship is denied
91
refund of amount paid if citizenship is allowed
93
in more than one of Five Civilized Tribes forbidden
98
rolls to be prepared by Commission
98
Indian Territory, all Indians to be citizens of United States
35,114
Miami of Meshingomesia's band
134
Mississippi Choctaw
87,780
persons denied, may sue for allotments in United States circuit courts
68,109,121
not applicable to Five Civilized Tribes or Quapaw agency
68,109
Sioux allottees to have rights of
331
Winibago in Minnesota may acquire
128
Citrous Water Company, irrigating ditch across Papago Reservation may be constructed by
301
Civilized life, Indians adopting habits of, to be protected
14
rations and clothing may be commuted to
63,101
Clackama, statistics
1033
Claims, arising under treaties not cognizable by Court of Claims
2
Cherokee, referred to Court of Claims
491,728,797
Chickasaw freedmen, referred to Court of Claims
779
Choctaw, for balances due, referred to Court of Claims
193
Choctaw and Chickasaw, to lands ceded by Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache, referred to Court of Claims
712
Wichita, referred to Court of Claims
564
Creeks, jurisdiction conferred on Court of Claims
736
submission to Senate
660,736
Delaware, suit against Cherokee, attorney's fees to be fixed by Court of Claims
100,372,728
Eastern Band of Cherokee, suit to be brought in Court of Claims
216
Fond du Lac Chippewa of Lake Superior to sue in Court of Claims for deficiency in area of reservation
622
for Indians depredations, general provisions for suit in Court of Claims (see also Depredations, claims for)
58
for supplies furnished Sioux in 1861 and 1862, to be settled
228
furnished without authority of law not to be paid out of general appropriations
9
Kansa against United States, Interior Department and Court of Claims to determine
770
Lower Brulé Sioux, for property lost in removal, to be paid
753
loyal Creek claim, Senate to determine
660,736
loyal Seminole claim, Senate to determine
664,700
New York Indians against United States, Court of Claims to adjudicate
460
Pike, Albert, heirs may sue in Court of Claims for amount due from Choctaw Nation
565
Potawatomi, for losses of property to be adjudicated by the Court of Claims
408
Citizens Band, claim against United States and Prairie Band referred to Court of Claims
414
of Michigan and Indiana to sue in Court of Claims
348
Sauk and Fox of Iowa, release of all claims
398
Seminole, payment of, under certain treaties
700
Claims, settlers on Crow Creek and Winnebago Reservation, S. Dak., removed, agents to investigate
378
may file claims in Court of Claims
565
Shawnee, against United States to be filed in Court of Claims
373
United States and Cherokee, to be filed in Court of Claims
446
Shawnee, Delawares, and Cherokee freedmen, referred to Court of Claims
372
proceeds of Cherokee Outlet to be held pending decision
492
Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux, loyal members to sue in Court of Claims
742
Wea, Peoria, Kaskaskia, and Piankashaw, to sue in Court of Claims
346
Western Cherokee, referred to Court of Claims
316
Wichita and affiliated bands, not released by agreement of 1891
562
Clardy, Benjamin J., a citizen Potawatomi, may alienate allotment
611
Claremore, term of court at
121
Clarksville, Ind. T., survey and platting of
734
Clearwater Short Line Railway Company, right of way through Nez Percés Reservation, Idaho
684
Clearwater Valley Railroad Company, right of way through Nez Percés Reservation, Idaho
679
time for construction extended
750
Clerks of court, mileage may be allowed
26
Clerk of court of appeals of Indian Territory
75
Clerk of district court, Indian Territory, salary increased $1,000 per annum in lieu of fees
111,112
fees to be accounted for annually
111
Clerks of United States courts in Indian Territory
40,72
appointment, bond, duties, and place of office
40,72
deputies
48
marriages, licenses and certificates may be issued
52
may be solemnized by
52
oath required of
40,42
recordation of chattle mortgages at Miami
700
recording of deeds
52
residence and salary
40,72
town-site plats to be filed with
96
Clothing, children not attending school, may be withheld from parents
66
commutation to money
101
delivery to Sioux and Ponca in Nebraska and Dakota to be by November 1 of each year
620
manufacture by Indians
69,113
Coal lands, Cherokee Nation, rights in, not affected by agreement of April 9, 1900
729
Chickasaw Nation, reserved from allotment
775
sale of
783,784
Choctaw Nation, leases to Choctaw Coal and Railway Company confirmed
373
reserved from allotment
775,784
sale of
783,784
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, general provisions relative to leasing and operation of
652,653
Indian Territory, leases by Secretary of Interior
93
leases in Five Civilized Tribes, authorized for period not exceeding ten years
41
town sites not to be interfered with
96
on reservations, proceeds of, to be held for benefit of tribes
31
San Carlos Reservation, ceded by Apache, Mohave, and Yuma, disposal of
609
Coast Reserve, Oreg., Executive orders establishing
890
Cœur d'Alene
 
agreement of March 26, 1887
419
Calispels may be settled on reservation of
420
cession of lands
420
employment of Indians
421
lands reserved for De Smet Mission
422
marriages with white men, whites to satisfy agent as to moral character
422
nonreservation Indians of Colville Agency may be settled on reservation
420
payment for cessions
421
physician, blacksmith, and carpenter to be furnished
421
reservation to be set apart
420
Spokan may be settled on reservation
420
agreement of September 9, 1889
422
cession of lands
422
payment for cession
423
agreement of February 7, 1894
531
cession of lands
531
disposed of lands ceded
532
payment for lands ceded
531,532
reservation, northern boundary changed
531,532
agreement with Frederick Post for cession of mill site
424
annuities for cession of 1887
420
1889
423
1894
531,532
ceded lands open to homestead entry
424
funds of, proceeds of lands sold under act of 1892
446
lands ceded by agreement of March 26, 1887
420
September 9, 1889
422
reserved for use of De Smet Mission
422
to be purchased from, disposal of
446
marriage with white men, agent to be satisfied of moral character of whites
422
physician, blacksmith, and carpenter to be furnished
421
reservation established
420
other tribes may be removed to
420
statistics
1030
Cœur d'Alene Reservation, Idaho—
 
employment of Indians on
421
Executive orders establishing
835
northern boundary changed
531,532
Spokan to be removed to
742
survey and marking of boundaries
532
Upper and Middle bands of Spokan to be removed to
420,449,454,742
Washington and Idaho Railway Company granted right of way through
272
Coin, annuities to be paid in when required by treaty
9
Collins Institute, lands reserved from allotment
775
Colorado, agency for Ute to be established
157
Confederated Ute in, agreement of March 6, 1880
180,183
Executive orders relating to reservations in
832
Los Pinos Agency removed
157
reservation for Ute in, part ceded
152
Ute in, agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
Colorado River Agency, Ariz., statistics
1030
Colorado River Irrigation Company, canal may be constructed across Yuma Reservation, Ariz
461
amended provisions
545
Colorado River Reserve, Executive orders establishing
803
Colored Creek Orphan Home, lands in Creek Nation reserved for
735
Colored High School, Tahlequah, lands in Cherokee Nation reserved for
725
Columbia, agreement of July 7, 1883, ratified
224
Moses band, statistics
1030
removal to Colville Reservation
224
Columbia Irrigation Company, right of way for irrigation ditches through Yakima Reservation, Wash
516
time for construction extended
600,666
Columbia Red Mountain Railway Company, right of way through Colville Reservation, Wash
581
Columbia Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
904
lands to be entered under public-land laws
224
removal of Indians to Colville Reservation
224
Colville agreement of July 7, 1883, ratified
224
Colville Agency, nonreservation Indians may be settled on Cœur d'Alene Reservation
420
statistics
1030
Colville Reservation, allotments in severalty on
441,667
mill sites excepted
667
schedule of allotted lands
1002
Tonasket School Reserve excepted
442,667
Columbia may be removed to
224
Executive orders establishing
915
mineral laws extended over
570,667
ownership by Indians not conceded
442
part restored to public domain
442
proclamation opening certain lands to settlement
1000
railroad rights of way granted—
 
Columbia and Red Mountain Railway Company
581
Kettle River Valley Railway Company
644
Spokan Falls and Northern Railway Company
349
Washington Improvement and Development Company
643
residents of ceded lands to be removed to diminished reservation
442
sale of part of reservation, proceeds to be disposed of for benefit of Indians
441
Spokan on, appropriation to be used for
742
statistics
1030
timber may be cut for sale
667
Tonasket School, land reserved for
442,667
Comanche (see also Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache)—
 
agreement of October 21, 1892
708
Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache ceded lands, proclamation opening to settlement
1010,1019
statistics
1035
Commissioners, Board of Indian—
 
agencies, etc., to be inspected by
29
appointment to be by the President
4
duties restricted
29
number and qualifications of commissioners
4
report to Secretary of Interior
29
secretary to be appointed, compensation
4
supplies to be purchased after consultation with
29
to serve without compensation
4
Commissioners, President and Secretary of Interior to appoint all
6
Commissioner of Indian Affairs—
 
accounts to be transmitted to
1,25
agents in California visiting Washington without permission to be reported for dismissal
6
to be given information as to laws, etc
29
submit accounts to, quarterly
25
annual report of
1
contracts, bids, and awards to be included
27
disbursements to be detailed in
1
employees at schools to be reported
108
of Indian Bureau, names, authority for appointment, services, andcompensation to be reported
62,69
reports of agents to be included
2,25
supplies, distribution of
2
to be laid before Congress on first day of session
25
appointment to be by the President
1
certified copies of records in office of
65
contracts, approval of, before payments are made
11
when made with Indians
12
assignments of, with Indians, approval
12
duties of
1
licenses revoked to be submitted to
16
may remove persons from reservations
19
office created
1
preference to be given Indians in employment
69
regulations to secure attendance at schools
63
reports of allotting agents to be submitted to
33
salary to be $4,000 per annum
1
seal of Indian Office to be in custody of
65
statutes to be compiled by
29
Superintendent of Indian Schools to report to
44
supplies, report of distribution to be included in annual report
2
Commissions—
 
indigent Choctaw and Chickasaw
749
to appraise and sell lands on Puyallup Reservation
487,488
authority continued
560,762
completion of work
599,621
to Chippewa in Minnesota
597
to Five Civilized Tribes—
 
agreements when ratified to supersede statutes
88
with Cherokee, April 9, 1900
715
ratified July 1, 1902
787
Choctaw and Chickasaw, April 23, 1897
647
March 21, 1902
771
Creeks, September 27, 1897
656
March 8, 1900
729
ratified June 30, 1902
761
Seminole, December 16, 1897
662
October 7, 1899
702
allotments in severalty by
92,499
burial grounds reserved
93
Cherokee Nation, controversies to be settled
789
selection of allotments in default of allottee
788
Choctaw and Chickasaw
774
incompetent persons, selections for
786
selections on default
773
under agreement of April 23, 1897
647
church, etc., lands reserved
93
confirmation of
93
Creeks, under agreement of September 27, 1897
657
improvements to be included in
93
mineral lands not to be allotted
92
Mississippi Choctaw
106
reports of allotments
93
school lands reserved
93
Seminole, under agreement of December 16, 1897
663
town site lands reserved
93
applications for enrollment to be filed in three months
80
appraisement of lands, Cherokee Nation
788
authority continued
88,102,105,119
Cherokee freedmen, roll to be prepared
98
Chickasaw freedmen, roll to be prepared
98
Choctaw and Chickasaw lands to be appraised
771
claims to citizenship under article 14, treaty of 1830, to be determined
98
freedmen to be enrolled
98
citizenship cases, actions for lands held by persons claiming citizenship
91
determination by Commission
80
whites intermarried in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
98
clerks may be detailed for use by
98
creation and duties of Commission
79,498
Creeks, allotments, controversies regarding, to be settled
762
freedmen to be enrolled
98
decisions to be rendered in ninety days
80
Delaware lands to be separated from lands to be allotted Cherokees
100
excessive holdings of land to be reported to Congress
81
expenditure, annual statement to Secretary of the Interior
112
freedmen, rolls to be prepared
81,98
injunctions not to be issued to suspend or enjoin proceedings
101
leases, report of, to Congress
81
Mississippi Choctaw, rights to be examined
87,106
negotiations for allotments, investment of funds, etc
80
number of Commissioners to be four
80,102
powers, examination of witnesses, oaths may be administered
99
reports to Secretary of the Interior
80,112
of allotments
93
rolls of citizenship to be prepared
81,98
Cherokee, rights to be investigated
98
roll of 1880 to be accepted
98
Cherokee freedmen, roll to be prepared
98
Creeks, children born before May 25, 1901, to be added
119,762
Choctaw and Chickasaw
98
descriptions of persons to be included
99
finality of rolls
99,112
investigation of enrollments
88
Mississippi Choctaw to be enrolled on proof of identity and settlement in Choctaw and Chickasaw country
87,106
names may be stricken off, appeal
88
recognition by tribe as members required
106
time for closing to be fixed
112
to be filed with Commissioner of Indian Affairs
81
salary of Commissioners
79
secretary
79,80
surveyors may be employed
80,97
town-site maps to be filed with Commission
106
tribal customs to be considered
80
tribal records to be open to inspection
99
tribal rolls to be given effect
80
witnesses
81
false testimony before, to be perjury
99
to Ute. (See Ute Commission.)
 
Commutation of clothing, rations, and supplies for civilized Indians
63,101
entries, Absentee Shawnee lands in Oklahoma
505
Cheyenne and Arapaho lands in Oklahoma
505
Great Sioux Reservation
689
Kickapoo ceded lands in Oklahoma
639
Potawatomi ceded lands in Oklahoma
505
public land strip in Oklahoma
505
Compensation of agents and subagents
5,67
for extra services beyond expenses not to be allowed
6
Concow, statistics
1041
Confederated Peoria, allottees to have rights of citizenship
54
not to affect tribal rights
54
parents to be guardians of minor children
54
Congress, authority to legislate regarding lands and leases, decisions of Supreme Court
1053,1058
Consolidation of agencies by the President
29
Constables in Indian Territory
53,73
appointment, bond, and duties
53,73
oath prescribed
73
salary to be $600 per annum
73
western judicial district
121
Constitution, extended over Indian Territory
50
Indians not to be required to take oath to support
22
Construction of railroads through Indian lands
102,112
Contracts in Indian service—
 
abstracts of bids to be filed with Second Comptroller
27
advertisement
20
not required in irrigation contracts
113
before appropriations, to be on basis of preceding year
69
agents to keep a record of
25
annual report of bids, proposals, and awards
27
appropriations not to be exceeded
24
bids to be accompanied by certified check where amount exceeds $5,000
25
forfeiture for breach of contract
25
Board of Indian Commissioners to approve performance
12,29
copies to be furnished Second Auditor before payments are made
24
entered into before appropriations to be based on preceding year
69
officers of Government not to be interested
22
payments not to exceed 50 per cent until approval of work
12
proposals to be filed and preserved
27
Secretary of the Interior to approve work and determine amount of payment
12
supplies and services, advertisements
8,20,112
purchase in open market where immediate delivery is required
20,112
with Indians
11
actions for breach
11
assignment without consent of Secretary and Commissioner forbidden
12
certificate of judge before whom executed
11
contents
11
duplicate to be furnished Indian party
11
execution before judge of a court of record
11
in Indian Territory to be valid
47
judge to certify to
11
officer of United States not to be paid except for official fees
12
payments, performance to be first approved by Commissioner of Indian Affairs
12
penalty for receiving money in violation of law
12
time limited
11
writing required
11
Conveyance of allotment during trust period to be void
34
Convicts, expenses of Indians not to be reimbursed State or Territory
70
Corporations in Indian Territory, Arkansas laws extended over
110
electric-railroad companies
110
foreign corporations in
110
banking and trust companies
111
certificate to be filed
110
failure to comply with law to vitiate contracts
111
limitations upon powers as upon local corporations
110
local agent for
110
United States courts to have jurisdiction over
111
Correspondence with foreign nations to incite Indians to war, penalty for
13
Courts in Indian Territory (see also United States courts in Indian Territory)—
 
citizenship court, Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
778
United States courts—
 
jurisdiction of United States courts, note
39
court of appeals
75
appeals to
75
Arkansas laws applicable
75
circuit court of appeals to have jurisdiction of certain cases
77
clerk of court
75
fees for incorporations
111
judge ineligible in case decided by himself in inferior court
89
jurisdiction same as supreme court of Arkansas
75
marshal
75
terms of
75
held at South McAlester
75
tribal courts, Cherokee Nation, abolition
727
Five Civilized Tribes, abolition
50,100
Court of Claims—
 
Cherokee, claims against Delawares to be determined
100
Eastern Band to sue in
216
freedmen, claims against Cherokee referred to
372
Shawnee to sue in
446
to present claims to
491,728,797
Chickasaw freedmen, claim referred to
779
Choctaw, amount due heirs of Albert Pike to be determined by
565
claim for balance due, referred to
193
Choctaw and Chickasaw claim to lands ceded by Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache referred to
712
Wichita referred to
564
Citizen Wea, Peoria, Kaskaskia, and Piankeshaw to bring suit in
346
Creeks may present all claims to
736
Crow Creek Reservation, settlers removed from, may file claims
565
Delawares, claims against Cherokee referred to
100,372
attorneys' fees to be allowed
728
Eastern Cherokee claim referred to
216
Fond du Lac Chippewa of Lake Superior, claim for deficiency in area of reservation referred to
622
Indian depredations to be filed in
58
jurisdiction not to include claims arising out of Indian treaties
2
Kansa claims to be adjudicated by
770
New York Indians to present claims to
460
Potawatomi, Citizens Band, to sue United States and Prairie Band in
414
claims for losses of property referred to
408
of Michigan and Indiana to bring suit in
348
Shawnee, claim against Cherokee to be adjudicated
372,446
claims for diverted funds referred to
373
Sisseton and Wahpeton to sue for amount due loyal members
742
Western Cherokee claims referred to
316
Winnebago Reservation, S. Dak., settlers removed from, may file claims
565
Coweta, Ind. T., survey and platting of
734
Coweta Boarding School, lands in Creek Nation reserved for
735
Cow Creek, statistics
1033
Coyotero Apache, statistics
1041
Creeks, accounts of treasurer kept with assistant treasurer at St. Louis
158
acts of council to be approved by President of the United States
112
approved acts, publication in two newspapers
112
disapproved acts, return of
112
secretary of tribe to forward to President
112
time for approval limited to thirty days
112
agreement of January 19, 1889
322
annuity of $50,000 to be devoted to education
323
cession of lands in Indian Territory
322
payment for lands, fund to be held in trust
322
agreement of September 27, 1897
656
allotments in severalty to be made by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
657
debts contracted prior to patent not to be enforced against
661
equality in values
658
possession to be delivered by United States
657
title of allottees, place of record to be provided
658,659
use of lands pending allotments
657
citizenship accorded when tribal government ceases
661
claims to be submitted to Senate
660
intoxicants, laws to prohibit
661
land reserved from allotment
658
ordinances, etc., of council to be approved by President and published
661
per capita payments, how made
661
records of land titles
659
special grants of lands
658
town-sites, appraisal and sale of lots
659
cemetery lands may be bought
660
church lands reserved
660
commission to be appointed
659
expense of survey, etc., not charged to tribe
660
plats to be filed
660
taxation of lots, purchase price a prior lien
660
unsold lots not to be taxed
660
town to embrace 300 inhabitants
660
unallotted lands to be sold
658
United States courts, jurisdiction in certain cases irrespective of citizenship
661
agreement of March 8, 1900—
 
allotments in severalty
730,731
Creeks residing in Seminole lands may receive allotments there
738
deeds for
735
land reserved from
735
Seminole residing on Creek lands may receive allotment there
738
cemeteries in town sites
734
churches, land reserved for
736
town-site lots to be conveyed to
734
claims, Court of Claims to adjudicate
736
Loyal Creek claim submitted to Senate
736
Clarksville, survey and platting of
734
Coweta, survey and platting of
734
deeds and conveyances
735
definitions
729
funds, disbursements to be authorized by tribe
737
to be capitalized
736
Gibson Station, survey and platting of
734
guardians for minors, parents to act
738
homesteads of allottees, descent of
731
intoxicants prohibited
739
mineral lands, leases of
739
Mounds, survey and platting of
734
municipal corporations, bonds for public improvements
736
ordinances of council, approval by President and publication
739
payments to be made into United States Treasury
737
proclamation declaring all except article 36 to be in effect
1009
public buildings in town sites
734
railroads, conveyances to allottees not to inure to benefit of
735
reservations from allotment
735
rolls of citizenship
736,737
schools, expenses of how paid
739
funds of, expenditure
738
may purchase lands occupied
734
reservations for certain
735,736
teachers, employment of
738
Secretary of Interior to execute provisions of agreement
739
surveys, expenses of, how paid
738
taxation, lessees of allotments not to pay permit tax
738
of town lots
734
timber on allotments, disposal of
738
town sites
731,732,733,734
deferred payments a lien on lots
737
lands reserved from allotment
735
taxation of lots
734
tribal courts, abolition not affected
739
agreement ratified June 30, 1902
761
allotments in severalty
761
Commission to Five Civilized Tribes to settle controversies as to selections
762
not to be incumbered for five years
764
possession to be delivered by United States
765
cattle grazing on allotments and tribal lands
765
cemeteries, desecrating graves
764
sale of lots
7640
children, enrollment of
762
deeds for homesteads after twenty-one years
764
definitions of terms
761
descent and distribution
762
funds to be paid per capita on dissolution of tribal government
764
highways and roads
763
homesteads, disposition on death of allottee
764
not to be encumbered for 21 years
764
selection for incompetents
764
leases of allotments
765
rolls of citizenship
762
town sites, area and selection of lands
763
park lands to be purchased
764
railroad station lands in
763
tribal government, dissolution, funds to be paid per capita
764
allotments in severalty
498
area
120,498
citizenship conferred on allottees
498
annuities, commuted to cash and added to Creek general fund
750
boundary between Creek and Choctaw nations
645
children dying subsequent to May 25, 1901, whose names may be added to rolls, rights to descend to heirs
119,762
descent and distribution, Arkansas laws to replace provisions of agreement ratified March 1, 1901
120,762
homesteads
731
freedmen, roll to be prepared by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
81,98
funds, proceeds of permanent annuities funded added to Creek general fund
750
heirs of children entitled to enrollment and dying subsequent to May 25, 1901, to take property and rights
119,762
lands ceded by act of March 1, 1889, disposal of
46,349
to be purchased for Seminole
665
legislation relating to, note
321
northern judicial district, Indian Territory to include
70
orphan children, education of, annuity to be devoted to
323
Pawnee purchase part of reservation in Indian Territory
161
proclamation opening lands to settlement
940
railroad rights of way granted to Fort Smith and Western Railway Company
692
amended provisions relating to
700
rolls, children born before May 25, 1901, to be added
119,762
freedmen, roll of 1867 confirmed
98
school fund, expenditure of
738
statistics
1045
town sites
95,96
commission to lay out
106
appeals to Secretary of the Interior
106
appointment of commissioners
106,107
duties
106
work to commence when plats are approved
106
railroad stations, establishment at, irrespective of population
107
Secretary of the Interior to lay out, when town has 200 or more inhabitants
106
survey to be by Secretary of the Interior
106
may be by town authorities
107
warrants of Creek Nation, payment to bona fide holders
668
Creek Orphan Home, lands in Creek Nation reserved for
735
Creek war, pension to survivors of
122
Crimes, against Indian police, marshals, or marshals' deputies, United States laws to be enforced
36
agents making false entries in accounts
25
corresponding with tribes to incite wars
13
death penalty restricted in certain cases
82
expenses of States and Territories for Indian convicts not to be reimbursed
70
false vouchers submitted in accounts of officers of the United States
32
fraud of agents of Government relative to contracts in Indian service, penalty for
22
in the Indian country—
 
arson
18,32
assault with deadly weapon
18
intent to kill or maim
18,32
burglary
32
depredations upon mails
18
entering without passport
17
forgery
18
general laws of United States applicable
18
Indians punished by local law not subject to
18
grazing cattle on Indian lands
14
hunting on Indian lands
17
Indians accused of, agents to procure arrest
19
mayhem
18
removing live stock
17
trading in prohibited articles
17
in the Indian Territory
50
animals, injuries to
44
assault with deadly weapon
44
intent to rob
44
boundary monuments, defacing of
82
brand of stock, alteration of
44
bribery, in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
653
burglary
37
district courts, jurisdiction of
74
embezzlement, in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
653
embracery, in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
653
excessive inclosures of land by members of Five Civilized Tribes
97
Cherokee Nation
788
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
773
fires, malicious starting of
44
horse stealing
37
intoxicants, sale, etc
74
murder, Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, change of venue
654
note relative to crimes and offenses
39
officers, term to include tribal officers
90
perjury before Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes
99
railroads, destruction of property of
43
obstruction of
43
shooting, etc., at trains
78
religious worship, disturbing of
43
robbery
37
stock, alteration of brand
44
telegraph and telephone lines, obstruction of
43
United States commissioners, jurisdiction and procedure, Arkansas laws applicable
73
courts, jurisdiction of
40,74,87
laws extended over
50
upon United States officers, penalty for
37
Indians accused of, agents to procure arrest and trial
19
committing, against Indians or other person, laws of State or Territory applicable
32
intoxicants, introduction into Indian country
64,84
upon allotments
84
sale to reservation Indians
64,83
prosecutions of Indians, expenses to be paid
45
of certain counties in Arizona
552
timber depredations upon reservations
37
Criminal refugees in the Indian country, apprehension by the military force
19
Criminals convicted, to pay for injuries to property of friendly Indians
19
Crows (see also River Crows)—
 
agreement of June 12, 1880
195
allotments in severalty
195,196
cattle grazing on reservation
196
cession of lands in Montana
195
patents for allotments, restrictions in
196
ratification of agreement
195
agreement of August 22, 1881
201,203
Northern Pacific Railway granted right of way
202
agreement of December 8, 1890
433,435
allotments in severalty
434
boundaries of reservation to be marked
435
cattle, purchase of tribal herd
434
cession of land in Montana to United States
433
irrigation fund provided
433
payment for cessions
433
how to be expended
433
agreement of August 27, 1892
450
allotments in severalty
451
cession of lands
451
fund to be held in trust
452
payment for cession
452
relinquishment of lands by certain members
452
surveys, expenses to be paid
452
allotments in severalty
195,434,450
alienation forbidden for twenty-five years
196
area
196
mining or other claims not to be included
447
annuities $50,000 to be paid for twenty-five years from 1882
196
irrigation system may be completed with
687,701
cattle, common herd
434
to be distributed
754
may be driven or grazed on reservation
196
may be purchased for distribution
754
ceded lands in Montana
195,433
opened to settlers under homestead law
435
proclamation opening
958
religious organizations may buy certain land
436
commission to secure modification of agreement of December 28, 1890
448
report, text of
448
funds, appropriation of $25,000 to be held at interest
203
cattle may be purchased with any trust funds
754
proceeds of sale of cattle held in common to be distributed
754
legislation relative to, note
195
patents for allotments
196
reservation, cattle grazing on
196
Crow Agency, Mont., statistics
1031
Crow Reservation, Mont., Executive orders establishing
857
irrigation system may be completed with annuities
687,701
railroad rights of way granted through, to—
 
Big Horn Southern Railroad Company
309
time for construction extended and route amended
479
Billings, Clarks Fork and Cooke City Railroad Company
277
Northern Pacific Railroad Company
202
Rocky Fork and Cooke City Railroad Company
254
Crow Creek Agency, S. Dak., agreement with Sioux, September 26, 1876
169,171
statistics
1031
Crow Creek Reservation, S. Dak., allotments, deficiency to be compensated
559
boundaries defined
329
Executive orders establishing
895
settlers removed, claims for damages to be investigated
378
held for proof, payment of
565
may be filed in Court of Claims
565
reentry of
338
Sioux of, cattle to be purchased for
755
funds, expenditure of
755
payments for deficiencies in allotments to be held in trust at 4 per cent. interest
559
Curtis Act (June 28, 1898)
646

—D—

Dakota Central Railway Company, right of way through Sioux Reservation in Dakota, grant confirmed
334
Dams, Chippewa Reservation, Minn., erection in aid of navigation
619,666
Dawes Commission. (See Commission to Five Civilized Tribes.)
 
Dead timber, Minnesota Indians may cut and sell
89
Decisions relating to Indian affairs, completion of digest
622
Deeds, agents may take acknowledgments
6
certified copies of
65
Cherokee Nation, execution and recordation
722,723,796
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation
786
Creek Nation, execution
735
fees receivable for official acts
65
for allotments, Kansa Nation
767
in Indian Territory, to be recorded by clerk of United States court
52
Quapaw Agency, to be recorded at Miami
121,597
recording in Indian Office
65
unverified copies may be furnished
65
Deer Creek Reserve, Minn., Executive orders establishing
850
Defaulters in settlement of accounts of goods and money for distribution to be reported to Congress
10
Deficiencies in Indian service, supplies to be distributed so as not to create
24
Delawares, allotments in Cherokee Nation
718,789
Cherokee lands purchased to be separated by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
100
Court of Claims to adjudicate claim against Cherokee
100,372
attorneys' fees to be allowed by the court
728
proceeds of cession of “Outlet” to be held pending decision
492
funds of, proceeds of sale of improvements on lands ceded for Leavenworth, Pawnee and Western Railway Company
447
payments to, from Cherokee funds
300
Delivery of goods and money to chiefs violating treaties forbidden
11
Indians, who to be present and certify to
9
Denison, Bonham and Gulf Railway Company, rights of Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railway Company transferred to
684
Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
631
rights transferred to Denison, Bonham and Gulf Railway Company
684
Denison and Northern Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
451
amended provisions relative to
596
time for construction extended
635
Denison and Washita Valley Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
235
branch line may be constructed
354
extension of route
354
Deportation of intruders from town sites in Indian Territory forbidden
120
Depositions may be taken by superintendents, agents, and subagents regarding depredations
20
Depredations by Indians, claims for—
 
agents and subagents may take depositions relative to
20
appropriations to pay to be specially made
10
Court of Claims to adjudicate claims
58
allowed claims
58
to have priority
60
reopenment of, burden of proof
60
amity of tribe, band, or nation, jurisdictional
58
appeals to Supreme Court
61
Assistant Attorney-General to defend
59,61
answer to be filed
59
compensation $5,000 per annum
63,66
attorneys' fees, contracts to be declared void
61
fees to be allowed by court
61
barred unless presented in three years from March 3, 1891
59
counterclaims
59
evidence, papers filed in Department to be
60
future depredations not included
59
Indians may appear by special counsel
59
judgment to be rendered
60
limitations waived
59
lists to be transmitted to Congress
59
papers, etc., to be filed from Departments
61
payments to be charged to tribes
60
petition to be filed, contents and service
59
repeal of prior legislation
61
testimony, rules for taking
60
warrants in payment to be delivered to claimant
61
witnesses not disqualified by interest
60
Blackfeet Reservation Indians, proceeds of cession of 1895 not to be taken to pay
607
Grosventres and Assiniboine Indians, proceeds of cession of 1895 not to be taken to pay
603
Kickapoo, funds from cession of June 21, 1891, not to be taken to pay
483
Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache, funds derived from cession of October 21, 1892, not to be taken to pay
712
Nez Percés of Idaho, proceeds of cession of May 1, 1893, not to be taken to pay
541
Siletz Reservation Indians, proceeds of cession of 1892 not to be taken to pay
535
Yankton Sioux, proceeds of cession of December 31, 1892, not to be taken to pay
526,528
Yuma, proceeds of cession of December 14, 1893, not to be taken to pay
545
Depredations upon property of friendly Indians, reparation for
19
mails, general laws applicable to Indian country
18
Deputy clerks of United States courts in Indian Territory
48
Deputy marshals of United States courts in Indian Territory
40,72
additional, for emergencies
72
confirmation of certain appointments, etc
83
oath of
40
Descent and distribution—
 
allotments
34,58
Kansas laws applicable to Indian Territory
34
Creek Nation, Arkansas laws in force
120,762
allotted homesteads
731
Miami, Meshingomesia's Band, lands of
134
Seminole Nation, real and personal property
702
De Smet Mission, lands on Cœur d'Alene Reservation reserved for
422
Devils Lake Agency, N. Dak., statistics
1031
Devils Lake Reservation, N. Dak., Jamestown and Northern Railway Company granted right of way through
743
Digger Indians, California, statistics
1032
Disbursements to Indians, how to be made
9
officer designated by Secretary of the Interior to make
79
special agents may be appointed
76
per capita and not to tribal authorities
97
Discontinuation of agencies by the President authorized
6
Distilleries in the Indian country, military force to destroy
19
penalty for operating
18
Distribution of annuities, how made
9
report of
9,10
rolls of Indians entitled to be made out at beginning of each year
24
goods by chiefs, agent or superintendent to be present
9
rations, clothing, and supplies, deficiencies to be prevented
69
delivery to heads of families
24
tribes or bands, forbidden
24
Fort Berthold Reservation, labor by Indians
427
number of Indians actually present and receiving same to be reported
2,13
report to be included in annual report to Congress
2,9
rolls of Indians entitled to be made out at beginning of each year
24
to include heads of families and number of Indians in each family
24
supplies not to be given for more than one week in advance
24
District attorneys, actions for allotments by Indians denied citizenship to be defended by
109
contractors with Indians, violating laws, to be prosecuted
12
penalty for failure to prosecute
12
in Indian Territory, members of Five Civilized Tribes inclosing excessive lands or receiving rents or royalties from tribal lands to be prosecuted
97
residence to be fixed by attorney-general
85
salaries of
72,85
inspectors to be assisted in enforcing laws
4
mileage may be allowed when traveling
26
to represent Indians in all suits
66
District courts (United States). (See also United States courts in Indian Territory)—
 
for eastern district of Texas, jurisdiction over crimes in Indian Territory
51
for western district of Arkansas, jurisdiction over crimes in Indian Territory
51
in Indian Territory, clerk's salaries increased $1,000 per annum in lieu of fees
111
jurisdiction
74
in Oklahoma, jurisdiction over actions between Indians of different tribes
46
Divisions of United States court in Indian Territory
48
Drifting Goose Reserve, S. Dak., Executive orders establishing
895
Duck Valley Reserve, Nev., Executive orders establishing
866
Duluth and North Dakota Railroad Company, right of way through Winnibagoshish, Chippewa, White Oak Point, and Red Lake Reservation in Minnesota
593
Duluth and Winnipeg Railroad Company, right of way granted through certain Chippewa reservations in Minnesota
352
Chippewa and White Earth reservations
550
Fond du Lac Reservation, Minn
297
Leech Lake and White Earth reservations
342
time for construction extended
619
transfer of rights to Duluth, Superior and Western Railroad Company
619
Duluth, Red Lake River and Southwestern Railway Company, right of way through Chippewa reservations in Minnesota
260
Duluth, Superior and Western Railroad Company, right of way through Chippewa Reservation
619
Durant, term of court at
121
Duties on imports, goods and effects of Indians exempt
54
Dwamish, statistics
1044
Dwight Mission School, lands in Cherokee Nation reserved for
725,790

—E—

Eastern Cherokee, claim to funds of Cherokee Nation referred to Court of Claims
216
funds may be used for certain purposes
167
statistics
1032
taxes on North Carolina lands to be paid from tribal funds
457
Eastern Cherokee Agency, N. C., statistics
1032
Eastern Nebraska and Gulf Railway Company, right of way through Omaha and Winnebago reservations in Nebraska
513
time for construction extended
616
Eastern Shawnee. (See also Shawnee, Eastern Band)—
 
allotments, minor children
752
funds, interest to be paid at 5 per cent from July 1, 1902
752
payment per capita
752
permanent annuities funded
742
statistics
1040
Education, appropriations for, allottees not to be excluded from
68
expenditure to be in the Indian country
10
reported annually to Congress
36
Bible may be taught in the Indian language
38
Cherokee Nation, proceeds of salt leases to be added to fund
215
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, royalties from leased coal and asphalt lands to be devoted to, while members are not taxed to support schools
652,653
Creek Nation, annuities for
323
Sioux, fund for
170
teachers, employment of
7,87
report of
32
Electric power plant, Arizona Water Company may construct on Pima Reservation, Ariz
714
Electric railroad companies in Indian Territory, incorporation of
110
Elm Springs Mission School, lands in Cherokee Nation reserved for
725,790
Embezzlement, Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, Arkansas laws in force
653
Embracery, Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, Arkansas laws in force
653
Eminent domain (see also Railroad rights of way)—
 
allotments subject to
113
cities and towns in Indian Territory may acquire lands by
93
Employees of Indian service—
 
accounts of, false voucher to forfeit amount due
32
correct vouchers not affected
32
knowledge of employee presumed
32
settlement before advances on succeeding year
10
allowance, for office expenses
7
for traveling expenses
7,26
per diem when specially detailed for service outside of Washington
29
annual report of services, names, compensation, and law authorizing appointment
62,69
at agencies, account of agent to contain sworn statement of services of
24
expenditure for, not to exceed $10,000 per annum
24,89
at consolidated agencies may not exceed $15,000
89
increase of number on order of Secretary of the Interior
24
interpreting not to be paid extra
67
preference to Indians
29,69
Secretary of the Interior to prescribe number and kind
24,89
at Indian schools, annual report of
63,69,108
at Washington, annual report of, by Commissioner of Indian Affairs
63,69
Blackfeet Reservation, Mont., preference to Indians
606
Cœur d'Alene Reservation
421,422
entrusted with delivery of goods and money, accounts to be settled annually
10
list of, to be reported annually
9
property, increased bonds may be required
7
Fort Belknap Agency Indians to be preferred
602
Indians acquiring citizenship under allotment laws to be preferred
35
Indians to be employed in agencies when competent
24
Indians to be preferred in employment
7,29,68,69
interpreters
6
leaves of absence not to exceed sixty days
7
married persons to be employed on Sioux and Northern Arapaho and Cheyenne reservations
170
not to be interested in contracts
22
preference to Indians on Gros Ventre, Piegan, Blood, and Blackfeet reservations
262
remains of deceased, transportation forbidden
89
sanctioning violations of law, disqualified from holding office under United States
12
Spokan Reservation, Wash., preference to Indians
454
trading with Indians prohibited
7
penalty to be fine and removal from office
7
tribe to direct employment of, when
7
two offices not to be held by
7
Employees of traders, license from Commissioner of Indian Affairs
29
Enid and Anadarko Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory and Oklahoma
744
Erie Preserving Company, lease from Seneca confirmed
715
Euches Boarding School, lands in Creek Nation reserved for
735
Eufaula, term of court at
120
Eufaula High School, lands in Creek Nation reserved for
735
Excessive holdings, Cherokee Nation, penalty for
788
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, penalty for
773
Five Civilized Tribes, report upon by Dawes Commission, penalty for
81,97
Executive orders establishing reserves
801
Arapaho and Cheyenne Reserve, in Indian Territory
839
Bad River (fishery) Reserve, in Wisconsin
928
Bitter Root Valley Reserve, in Montana
854
Blackfeet Reserve, in Montana
855
Bosque Redondo Reserve, in New Mexico
870
Camp Grant Reserve, in Arizona
801
Camp Verde Reserve, in Arizona
801
Carlin Farms Reserve, in Nevada
865
Chehalis Reserve, in Washington
901
Cheyenne and Arapaho Reserve, in Oklahoma
839
Cheyenne and Arapaho Half-breed Reserve, in Colorado
832
Cheyenne and Arapaho School, in Oklahoma
886
Cheyenne River (Sioux) Reserve, in South Dakota
898
Chilocco School, in Oklahoma
842
Chippewa and Ottawa Reserve, in Michigan
849
Chiricahua Reserve, in Arizona
802
Coast Reserve, in Oregon
890
Cœur d'Alene Reserve, in Idaho
835
Colorado River Reserve, in Arizona and California
803
Columbia Reserve, in Washington
904,1048
Colville Reserve, in Washington
915
Confederated Ute Reserve, in Colorado
834
Crow Reserve, in Montana
857
Crow Creek Reserve, in South Dakota
895
Custer Battlefield Reserve, in Montana
857
Deer Creek Reserve, in Minnesota
850
Drifting Goose Reserve, in South Dakota
895
Duck Valley Reserve, in Idaho and Nevada
866
Fond du Lac Reserve, in Minnesota
851,1048
Fort Apache Reserve, in Arizona
810
Fort Belknap Reserve, in Montana
855
Fort Berthold Reserve, in North Dakota
881
Fort Du Chesne (military) Reserve, in Utah
900
Fort Hall Reserve, in Idaho
838
Fort Peck Reserve, in Montana
859
Fort Reno (military) Reserve, in Oklahoma
842
Fort Stanton Reserve, in New Mexico
870
Fort Supply (military) Reserve, in Oklahoma
843,1047
Fort Washakie (military) Reserve, in Wyoming
936
Gila Reserve, in New Mexico
873
Gila Bend Reserve, in Arizona
804
Gila River Reserve, in Arizona
804,806
Grande Ronde Reserve, in Oregon
886
Great Sioux Reserve, in Nebraska
864
Havasapai Reserve, in Arizona
809
Hoh Reserve, in Washington
916
Hopi Reserve, in Arizona
805
Hoopa Valley Reserve, in California
815
Hot Springs Reserve, in New Mexico
873
Hualapai Indian School Reserve
805
Hualapai Reserve, in Arizona
804
Hupa Valley Reserve, in California
815
Iowa Reserve, in Indian Territory
843
Isabella Reserve, in Michigan
846
Jicarilla Apache Reserve, in New Mexico
874
Judith Basin Reserve, in Montana
859
Kickapoo Reserve, in Indian Territory
844
Klamath River Reserve, in California
816
Lac Courte Oreilles Reserve, in Wisconsin
929
Lac du Flambeau Reserve, in Wisconsin
932,1051
La Pointe (Bad River) Reserve, in Wisconsin
928
Leech Lake Reserve, in Minnesota
851
Lemhi Reserve, in Idaho
839
Little Traverse Reserve, in Michigan
847
Lower Brule (Sioux) Reserve, in South Dakota
898
Lummi Reserve, in Washington
917
Makah Reserve, in Washington
917
Malheur Reserve, in Oregon
887
Maricopa and Pima Reserve, in Arizona
806
Mendocino Reserve, in California
817
Mescalero Apache Reserve, in New Mexico
870
Mission Indian reserves, in California
819
Moapa River Reserve, in Nevada
866
Moqui Reserve, in Arizona
805
Moses Reserve, in Washington
904,1048
Muckleshoot Reserve, in Washington
918
Muddy Valley Reserve, in Nevada
866
Navajo Reserve, in Arizona and Utah
805,875
Niobrara Reserve, in Nebraska
861
Nisqually Reserve, in Washington
919
Nome Cult Reserve, in California
824
Northern Cheyenne Reserve, in Montana
860
Old Winnebago Reserve, in South Dakota
896
Ontonagon Reserve, in Michigan
848
Osette Reserve, in Washington
920
Oto Reserve, in Oklahoma
844
Ottawa and Chippewa reserves, in Michigan
849,1047
Papago Reserve, in Arizona
805
Pima and Maricopa Reserve, in Arizona
806
Pine Ridge (Sioux) Reserve, in South Dakota
898
Port Madison Reserve, in Washington
920
Pueblo Industrial School Reserve, in New Mexico
877
Pueblo of San Felipe Reserve, in New Mexico
878
Puyallup Reserve, in Washington
922
Pyramid Lake Reserve, in Nevada
868
Quillehute Reserve, in Washington
923
Quinaielt Reserve, in Washington
923
Red Cliff Reserve, in Wisconsin
933
Red Lake Reserve, in Minnesota
852
Rosebud (Sioux) Reserve, in South Dakota
898
Round Valley Reserve, in California
824
Salt River Reserve, in Arizona
809
San Carlos Reserve, in Arizona
810
Santee Sioux Reserve, in Nebraska
864
Santee Sioux Reserve, in South Dakota
897
Shoalwater Reserve, in Washington
924
Shoshoni (Fort Washakie Military) Reserve, in Wyoming
936
Siletz Reserve, in Oregon
890
Sioux Reserve, in Nebraska
864
Sioux Reserve, in South Dakota
898
Skokomish Reserve, in Washington
924
Smith River Reserve, in California
830
Snohomish Reserve, in Washington
925
Southern Ute Reserve, in Colorado and New Mexico
834
Spokan Reserve, in Washington
924
Standing Rock (Sioux) Reserve, in North and South Dakota
884
Suppai Reserve, in Arizona
809
Swinomish (Perry Island) Reserve, in Washington
925
Truckee Reserve, in Nevada
868
Tulalip Reserve, in Washington
925
Tule River Reserve, in California
830
Tulerosa Valley Reserve, in New Mexico
879
Turtle Mountain Reserve, in North Dakota
885
Uintah Valley Reserve, in Utah
900
Umatilla Reserve, in Oregon
891
Uncompahgre (Ute) Reserve, in Utah
901
Ute Reserve, in Colorado
834
Vermilion Lake Reserve, in Minnesota
853
Walapai Reserve, in Arizona
804
Walker River Reserve, in Nevada
869
Wallowa Reserve, in Oregon
894
White Earth Reserve, in Minnesota
853
White Mountain Reserve, in Arizona
810
White Oak Point Reserve, in Minnesota
854
Wind River (Fort Washakie Military) Reserve, in Wyoming
936
Winnebagoshish Reserve, in Minnesota
854
Yakima (fishery) Reserve, in Washington
926
Yuma Reserve, in Arizona and California
815,831
Zuni Pueblo Reserve, in New Mexico
880
Extradition of criminals in Indian Territory on order of judge of United States court
54

—F—

Farm Island, Dakota, granted for public park, and Sioux Indians to be removed from
337,338
Farmers, tribes to direct employment of, when
7
Farming leases, Cherokee Nation, of allotted land
798
allotments by disabled allottees for terms not to exceed five years
82,105
surplus tribal lands
68
Fevre River Indian war of 1827, pension to survivors of
122
Firearms, sale of, to Indians in Alaska forbidden
105
Fires in Indian Territory, malicious starting of
44
Five Civilized Tribes (see also Commission to Five Civilized Tribes)—
 
actions for lands held by persons denied membership
91
allotments in severalty
92,498
citizenship denied, recovery of allotments
93
confirmation of
93
general act of 1887 not applicable to
35
improvements to be included in
93
member residing on land of another tribe may take allotment there
99
reports of
93
reservation of certain lands
93
timber may be sold by allottees
97
to be made when rolls of members are complete
93
untransferable
93
citizenship in, actions for lands held by persons claiming, to determine question of
91
appeals to United States Supreme Court
101
complaint to be filed by chief
92
continuance, bond may be required
92
execution
92
limitations upon
92
dual citizenship prohibited
98
tribes may agree as to the status of such persons
98
roll of citizens, Commission to make
81,98
time for closing to be fixed
112
to be final when approved
99,112
coal mining leases not exceeding ten years authorized
41
Commission to. (See Commission to Five Civilized Tribes.)
 
controversies between citizens of different tribes, jurisdiction of United States courts
50,100
courts, tribal, jurisdiction repealed and cases transferred to United States courts
100
excessive holdings of land forbidden
81,97
freedmen, rolls to be prepared
81,98
improvements erected on land of another tribe, payment to owner on removal
99
intruders claiming citizenship, removal of
91,92
leases, coal lands
41
ejection of lessees, damages for improvements
91
report of, by Commission
81
tribal lands, agricultural leases to be void
97,99
grazing leases to be void
99
rents payable only into United States Treasury
97
payment by United States to be made per capita and not to tribal governments
97
records to be open to Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
99
royalties on mines and timber lands payable only into United States Treasury
97
timber on allotments may be sold
97
timber and stone on lands may be sold for use in Indian Territory
108
for domestic and industrial purposes only
108
regulations to be issued by Secretary of the Interior
108
traders, provisions relating to
29
Flandreau Sioux, allotments to be made on Great Sioux Reservation
330
annuities, permanent fund for
335
to be paid to certain, in Nebraska
598
Flatheads, Bitter Root Valley lands to be sold
135
allotted lands to be sold
326
homestead laws extended over lands
149
members of the tribe may enter 160 acres
135
lands to be inalienable
135
tribal rights relinquished
136
proceeds not exceeding $50,000 to be held in trust at interest
135
reappraisement and sale of remaining lands
667
fund of $50,000 from lands ceded in Bitter Root Valley to be held in trust
135
in Bitter Root Valley, removal to Jocko Reservation
135,326
statistics
1032
Flathead Agency, Mont., statistics
1032
Flathead Reservation, Mont., right of way granted Missoula and Northern Railroad Company
437
Florida Seminole wars (1842 to 1858), pensions to survivors of
123
Fond du Lac Chippewa of Lake Superior, claim for deficiency in area of reservation referred to Court of Claims
622
statistics
1046
Fond du Lac Reserve, Minn., Duluth and Winnipeg Railroad Company granted right of way through
297
Executive orders establishing
851
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway granted right of way through
515
time for construction extended
618
Forcible entry and detainer, action for lands in Five Civilized Tribes
49,92
Foreigners entering Indian country, passports required
17
Forest City and Sioux City Railroad Company, right of way through Sioux Reservation
553
Forest City and Watertown Railroad Company, right of way through Sioux Reservation
325
Forgery, penalty for committing, in Indian country
18
Fort Apache Agency, Ariz., statistics
1032
Fort Apache Reservation, separate agency created
87
Fort Belknap Agency, Mont., statistics
1033
Fort Belknap Reservation, Mont., boundaries defined
265
survey of
604
Indians of, agreement of January 21, 1887
261
October 9, 1895
601
industrial school may be established on
265
lands on, ceded part open to settlement
266
mineral laws extended over
604
Fort Berthold Reservation, agency buildings, rebuilding of
427
allotments on, by agreement of December 14, 1886
425,426
Arickaree, Grosventres, and Mandan of, agreement of December 14, 1886
425
proclamation declaring same effective
948
cession of part by agreement of December 14, 1886
425
lands open to homestead entry
428
Dakota laws extended over
426
employment of Indians on
427
Executive orders establishing
881
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railroad Company granted right of way through
246
statistics
1033
survey of boundaries
427
Fort Gibson School for Blind, Deaf, and Dumb, land reserved for
725
Fort Gibson, Tahlequah and Great Northeastern Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
403
Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho, allotments on
314,315,705
boundaries, survey, and marking of
706
boundary lines between, and Pocatello town site
295
canals and ditches may be constructed for supplying Pocatello with water
408
cession of part and sale of ceded portions
292,293
by agreement of May 14, 1880
314
February 5, 1898
704
Executive orders establishing
838
highways through
706
irrigation, water reserved for
706
lands ceded, proclamation opening to settlement
1016
provisions for settlement of
708
removal of Lemhi Reservation Indians to
314
sale of part ceded May 27, 1887
294
appraisal of lots
294
manner of selling
294
proceeds to be held in trust
295
settlers to have preference
295
Shoshoni and Bannock of, agreement of May 27, 1887
292
May 14, 1880
314
July 18, 1881
199
February 5, 1898
704
statistics
1033
survey of part ceded May 27, 1887
294
Utah and Northern Railroad Company ceded right of way through
199,293,295
water rights of Pocatello town site
295,708
Fort Klamath Hay Reserve, lands within, opened to settlement under the homestead laws
589
Fort Peck Agency, Mont., statistics
1033
Fort Peck Reservation, boundaries defined
264
Indians of, agreement with, December 28, 1886
261
lands on ceded part opened to settlement
266
timber on adjoining lands may be used
264
Fort Reno Military Reserve, Ind. T., Executive orders establishing
842
Fort Smith, police authority extended to part of Arkansas
92
Fort Smith and Choctaw Bridge Company may bridge Poteau River in Choctaw Nation
279
courts to have jurisdiction of controversies
328
Fort Smith and El Paso Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory for railway, telegraph, and telephone lines
274
Fort Smith and Western Coal Railroad Company, right of way through Choctaw Nation
577
time for construction extended and crossings to be constructed
644
Fort Smith and Western Railroad Company, right of way through Choctaw and Creek nations
692
amended provisions relating to
700
Fort Smith, Paris and Dardanelle Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
317
Fort Stanton Reserve, N. Mex., Executive orders establishing
870
Fort Supply Military Reserve, Ind. T., Executive orders establishing
843
Fort Worth and Denver City Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
247
route amended
379
time for construction extended
379
Fraud in the Indian service, provisions against, note
22
Freedmen, Cherokee Nation, payments to, from funds of Cherokee
300
roll of, to be prepared by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
98
to bring suit against Cherokee in Court of Claims
372
Chickasaw Nation, act of council adopting approved
546
allotments to
648,772,780
claim referred to Court of Claims
779
roll to be prepared by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
98,648
Choctaw Nation, allotments to
648,772
roll to be prepared by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
98
Creek Nation, roll of 1867 confirmed
98
to be prepared by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
98
Five Civilized Tribes, rolls to be prepared by Commission
81
Fugitives from justice in Indian country, agents to procure arrest of
19
extradition of, in Indian Territory
54
military force to assist in apprehending
19
Funds of tribes (see also Trust funds and Annuities)—
 
general provisions relating to—
 
application to be in accordance with treaty provisions
10
for education, allottees not to be excluded from
68
proceeds of sales of land to be paid into the Treasury
10
timber and natural products of reservations may be expended by the Secretary of the Interior
36
statement of funds held in trust
1022,1023
Provisions for the various tribes—
 
Absentee Shawnee for lands ceded June 26, 1890
413
Apache, payment for lands ceded October 21, 1892
710
proceeds of coal and mineral lands ceded in San Carlos Reservation
609
White Mountain Reservation, proceeds of sale of part of reservation under mining laws
740
Blackfeet Reservation Indians, proceeds of cession September 26, 1895
605
Cherokee, debts to be paid from
797
Delawares to be paid from
300
disbursements to be authorized by tribe
726
under order of Secretary of the Interior
796
education fund, proceeds of salt leases to be added
215
national fund, $50,000 to be added to
522
orphan fund, $15,000 to be added to
522
use to support Cherokee Orphan Asylum
793
proceeds of cession of Cherokee Outlet
489,492
Cherokee Strip
132,173
April 9, 1900
726
proceeds of Osage cession
141,142
school fund, $35,000 to be added to
522
how expended
792
Shawnee funds transferred to Cherokee
521
Cheyenne and Arapaho, payment for cession of 1890, $1,000,000 to be held in trust at 5 per cent interest
417
Chickasaw, credited with arrears of interest
655
distribution per capita on dissolution of tribal government
655
indigent members to have part for support
748
national fund, interest to be paid at 5 per cent from July 1, 1901
752
part of appropriation to pay for lands ceded Cheyenne and Arapaho refunded
504
per capita payments
654
permanent annuity commuted to $60,000 cash
740
proceeds of leased district lands
655
proceeds of land sold for use of Absentee Wyandot
600
Chippewa in Minnesota, advance appropriations to be reimbursed
597
proceeds of cessions of land in Minnesota
305
proceeds of timber sold to be distributed
755
La Anse and Vieux de Sert bands, interest to be paid
178
on Chippewa and Christian Reservation, Kans., distribution of per capita
624
Choctaw, appropriation for arrears of interest
655
distribution per capita on dissolution of tribal government
655
indigent members to have part for support
748
judgment of Court of Claims
285
orphan funds
655
proceeds of land sold for use of Absentee Wyandot
600
Cheyenne and Arapaho, part of appropriation refunded
504
Cœur d'Alene
421,423,532
Colville Reservation Indians, proceeds of cession of 1892
441
Comanche, payment for lands ceded October 21, 1892
710
Creeks, capitalization of
736
disbursements to be authorized by tribe
737,738
payment per capita on dissolution of tribal government
764
proceeds of cession by agreement of January 19, 1889
322,324
permanent annuities funded added to Creek general fund
750
school fund
738
Crow Creek Indians, payment to, for deficiencies in allotments to be held in trust at 4 per cent interest
559
Crows, cattle may be purchased with any funds held in trust
754
certain funds to be held in trust
196,203,452
from cession of December 8, 1890
433
proceeds of cattle sold from common herd to be distributed
754
Cœur d'Alene of Idaho, proceeds of cession February 7, 1894
532
sale under act of 1892
446
Delawares, payment from Cherokee funds
300
Eastern Shawnee, interest to be paid at 5 per cent from July 1, 1902
752
payment per capita
752
permanent annuities funded
742
Five Civilized Tribes, deposited at St. Louis to be placed to credit of tribes
100
Flatheads, proceeds of lands in Bitter Root Valley
135
Grosventres and Assiniboine of Fort Belknap Reservation from cession of October 9, 1895
601,602
Iowa, part may be taken to pay for reservation purchased
566
payment of part per capita
755
proceeds of lands in Kansas and Nebraska
229
Kansa, distribution pro rata
768
Kansa, minors, administration of funds
768
to be held in trust
162,285
Kickapoo, amount in Treasury to be retained as a permanent fund at 4 and 5 per cent interest
141,205,243,597
proceeds of cession of June 21, 1891
481
not subject to payment of depredation claims
483
sale of surplus lands in Kansas to be distributed
681
unallotted lands in Kansas
567
Kiowa, payment for lands ceded October 21, 1892
710
Lower Brule Sioux, division between those of Lower Brule Reservation and those of Rosebud Reservation
688
payments to allottees from funds
599
Menominee, proceeds of sales of timber on reservations in Wisconsin to be held in trust
354
Mohave, proceeds of coal and mineral lands ceded on San Carlos Reservation
609
Munsee on Chippewa and Christian Reservation, Kans., distribution of, per capita
624
Naalem band of Tillamook, payment for release of claims under treaty of August 6, 1851
620
Nez Percés of Lapwai Reservation, Idaho, proceeds of cession May 1, 1893
538,539
Omaha, payment of part per capita
270,754
proceeds of lands in Nebraska to be held in trust
139,213,363
sold for use of Winnebago
153
Osage, accumulated interest to be distributed
741
part of funds transferred to Cherokee
141
proceeds of rents of pasture lands to be distributed
741
Oto and Missouri, expenditure of part for improvements on allotments
566
proceeds of lands sold for Iowa reserve
566
Nebraska lands
167,190
Pawnee, proceeds of cession of November 23, 1892
496
sale of reservation in Nebraska
160
Ponca, permanent fund of $70,000
191
for civilization
175
Potawatomi, proceeds of sale of unallotted lands in Kansas
567
Prairie band, payment of proceeds of surplus lands in Kansas
681
stray bands in Wisconsin, appropriations for
127
Puyallup Reservation Indians, proceeds of lands sold by the Puyallup commission
488
Sauk and Fox in Indian Territory, proceeds of cession of 1890
391
Missouri tribe, proceeds of lands in Kansas and Nebraska
168,229
sales under act of August 15, 1894
521
payment per capita
755
part of funds of Mississippi band transferred to credit of Iowa band
598
Seminole, distribution per capita
664
expenditure for civilization
150
in settlement of claims under certain treaties
700
proceeds of cession of 1866
340
March 1, 1889
46,349
school fund, under agreement December 16, 1897
663
Seneca, interest to be paid at 5 per cent from July 1, 1902
752
payment per capita
752
permanent annuities funded
741
Shawnee, part transferred to Cherokee
521
Shoshoni and Arapaho, proceeds of cession April 21, 1896
625
and Bannock of Fort Hall Reservation, proceeds of cession October 7, 1898
705
July 18, 1881
200
reservation to be held in trust at 5 per cent interest, proceeds of part of
293
Siletz Reservation Indians, proceeds of cession of October 31, 1892
533,534
Sioux
170,336,386
Sioux, Rosebud Reservation, payment for lands allotted to Lower Brule Sioux
690
Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux, from cession of 1889
430
Southern Ute in Colorado, proceeds of lands sold under act of February 20, 1895
556,557
Tonkawa, proceeds of cession of October 21, 1891
495
Uintah Valley Reservation Indians, proceeds of sale of reservation lands to be credited to
272
Ute in Colorado, proceeds of lands, reimbursement for lands entered under homestead laws
756
on Uintah Reservation, Utah, proceeds of sale of lands under act of June 4, 1898
642
perpetual annuity for
182
Western Cherokee, part of judgment of Court of Claims to be withheld
600
White Mountain Apache Reservation Indians, proceeds of sale of part of reservation under act of February 20, 1893
468
the mining laws
740
Wichita and affiliated bands, proceeds of cession of June 4, 1891
562
“leased district” lands
655
Yakima Nation, proceeds of cession of Wenatshapam Fishery
530
Yankton Sioux, proceeds of cession December 21, 1892
524,525,528
Yuma, proceeds of cession December 14, 1893
545

—G—

Gainesville, McAlester and St. Louis Railroad Company granted right of way through Indian Territory
476
amendment of provisions relative to
580,668
time for construction extended
679
Gainesville, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Company, granted right of way through Indian Territory
462
Galena, Guthrie and Western Railway Company, granted right of way through Indian Territory
355
General Land Office, reporting of allotting agents to be deposited in
33
surveys of Indian lands to be made by
14
Geographical and geological survey of the Rocky Mountain region, records of, relating to Indians to be turned over to Smithsonian Institute
27
Geological Survey to supervise surveys in Indian Territory
82
Georgetown Indians, statistics
1040
Gibson Station, Ind. T., survey and platting of
734
Gila Bend Reserve, Executive orders establishing
804
Gila River Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
806
Hudson Reservoir and Canal Company may construct canal through
616
Maricopa and Phoenix Railway Company granted right of way through
243
Gila Reserve, N. Mex., Executive orders establishing
873
Gila Valley, Globe and Northern Railway Company, right of way through San Carlos Reservation, Ariz.
554
time for construction extended
627
Goods, delivery to chiefs for tribe
9
chiefs violating treaties not to receive
11
distribution of
9
number of Indians present and receiving same to be reported
13
money annuities may be paid in
8
purchase by public bids
8
seized in violation of law, action against as under revenue laws
15
seizure by military force
19
sold to Indians, to be under supervision of Commissioner of Indian Affairs
27
Grand Portage Reservation, Minn., timber on allotments may be cut and sold
713
Grand River Band of Ute, agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
Grand Junction Indian School, right of way through reserve conveyed to Rio Grande Junction Railway Company
382
Grande Ronde Agency, Oreg., statistics
1033
Grande Ronde Reserve, Oreg., Executive orders establishing
886
right of way granted to Albany and Astoria Railroad Company
512
Grazing, Cherokee Nation, taxation authorized only when on tribal lands
798
Creek Nation
765
lands, allotments of, to be in double quantities
57
lands on Uintah Reservation reserved for
799
leases, Five Civilized Tribes, of tribal lands prohibited
99
termination of existing leases
99
of allotments by disabled allottees for five years
82
of lands of individual Indians
57
on Crow reservation
196
on Indian lands, penalty for
331
Sioux allotments, additional lands for
331
Great Sioux Reservation, allotments in severalty on
330,331
divided into separate reservation and remainder to be disposed of
328
settlers may commute entries on
687
Green Bay Agency, Wis., statistics
1034
timber, cutting on, regulations approved
194
Grosventres—
 
agreement of January 21, 1887
261
allotments in severalty
263
area
263
descent by laws of Montana
263
patents for, contents of
262
title in trust for twenty-five years
263
allottees not prejudiced in tribal rights
263
annuities
262
preference to industrious Indians
263
surplus not required to be retained for future benefit of tribe
263
boundaries of reservation
265
marking of
264
cattle, brand of Indian department to be on
262
sale prohibited
262
cession of lands
262
employees at agency, Indians preferred
262
purpose of agreement
262
reservation in Montana established
262
boundaries
265
to be separate from other tribes
262
rights of way through reservation
264
agreement of December 14, 1886, on Fort Berthold Reservation
425
allotments on diminished reservation
425
restrictions on alienation, etc., for twenty-five years
426
annuities, $80,000 annually for ten years
425
how to be expended
427
cession of land to United States
425
laws of Dakota extended over reservation
426
subsistence not to be furnished adult males not working or children not attending schools
427
unallotted lands to be held in trust for twenty-five years
426
agreement of October 9, 1895
601
annuities to be paid
601,602
cattle delivered to Indians, not to be sold
602
cession of lands
601
depredation claims not to be deducted from payments here directed
603
employment of Indians in agency
602
“mixed bloods” included in term “Indian”
603
payment for cession, distribution of
601,602
stock raising on reservation
602
survey of reservation
603
legislation relating to, note
149
statistics
1033
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory granted
217

—H—

Half-breeds, Blackfeet, to have rights of full-blood
607
Grosventres and Assiniboin on Fort Belknap Reservation, rights defined
603
mother's rights to be accorded
89
Yankton Sioux, rights defined
526
Harley Institute, lands reserved for
775
Harness, manufacture of, by Indians
69
Havasupai Reservation, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
809
Heirs of deceased allottees may alien allotment
120
homesteads not to be sold in certain cases
120
land to become subject to taxation
120
minors to sell by guardian
120
Highways through Indian lands and allotments
114
Cherokee Nation
793
Creek Nation
763
Fort Hall Reservation
706
Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho
169
Secretary of the Interior may open
114
Sioux Reservation
169
Hoh, statistics
1037
Hoh River Reservation, Wash., Executive orders establishing
916
Homesteads, alienation by heirs of deceased allottees forbidden in certain cases
120
ceded parts of reservations allotted under general allotment act to be entered as
34
Cherokee Nation, selection of, upon allotment, alienation restricted
788
Choctaw and Chickasaw
649,772
commutation of entries, Absentee Shawnee lands in Oklahoma
505
Cheyenne and Arapaho lands in Oklahoma
505
Great Sioux Reservation
689
Kickapoo lands in Oklahoma
639
Potawatomi lands in Oklahoma
505
public land strip
505
Creek Nation, disposition on death of allottee
764
incumbrance for twenty-one years void
764
patents to be delivered after twenty-one years
764
selections of lands for
764
Indians abandoning tribal relations may enter
23
alienation restricted for five years from patent
23
laws relating to—
 
Bitter Root Valley, Montana, lands subject to
149
extended to Indians
23,31
alienation of homestead forbidden for five years
23
confirmation of prior entries
23
entries by nonreservation Indians entitled to allotment
33,34
fees not to be charged on entries
31
patents to be held in trust for twenty-five years
31
tribal rights of Indians not affected
23
Oklahoma ceded lands to be entered under
46
Ute ceded lands not subject to
185
settlers on Indian reservations, time for payments extended
82,89
Hoopa, statistics
1034
Hoopa Valley Agency, Cal., statistics
1034
Hoopa Valley Reserve, Cal., Executive orders establishing
815
wagon road across to be constructed
522
Hopi Pueblo, statistics
1037
Hopi (Moqui) Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
805
Horses, sale of, by agent for tribe
16
stealing in Indian Territory, punishment for
36
Hostilities, annual report of, to Congress
11
annuities may be forfeited because of
11
appropriations not to be paid to tribes while at war
24
arms and ammunition not to be sold to tribes at war
1
inciting, penalty for
13
treaties may be annulled because of
8
Hot Springs Reserve, N. Mex., Executive orders establishing
873
Hualapai, statistics
1034
Hualapai Agency, Ariz., statistics
1034
Hualapai Indian School Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
805
Hualapai Reserve, Executive orders establishing
804
Hudson Reservoir and Canal Company may construct irrigating canal through Gila River Reservation
616
Humptulip, statistics
1040
Hunkpapa Sioux, statistics
1043
Hunting on Indian lands prohibited, penalty for
17
Hutchinson and Southern Railroad Company, right of way granted through the Indian Territory
364
route extended
438
time for construction extended
438,551

—I—

Idaho, Executive orders relating to reservations in
835
Improvements, of two or more Indians on same subdivision of land, allotment how made
33
on lands of tribes in Indian Territory, attachment forbidden
50
Five Civilized Tribes, allotments to include
93
of persons whose citizenship is denied
91
refund of amount paid for, if owner is declared citizen
93
leased from Five Civilized Tribes, damages to lessee for ejection
91
land of another of Five Civilized Tribes, payment for on removal
99
Navaho lands before included in reservation, to be paid for
285
town sites in Cherokee Nation
794,795
selection of allotments to embrace
33
Inciting hostility with tribes, penalty for
13
Incompetent persons, Cherokee Nation, selection of allotments for
797
Chickasaw Nation, allotments, selection and patents
786
Choctaw Nation, allotments, selection and patents
786
Creek Nation, selection of homesteads
764
funds of. (See “Orphans.”)
 
Incorporation of electric railroad companies in Indian Territory
110
telegraph companies in Indian Territory
110
telephone companies in Indian Territory
110
towns in Indian Territory, Arkansas laws applicable
94
councils
95
elections
94,95
free schools
95
improvements, transfer of
95
leases, transfers of
95
marshal
95
mayor
95
recording papers
94
taxation
95
“Indian,” term defined as used in Alaska
105
Indian Affairs, Commissioner of. (See Commissioner of Indian Affairs.)
 
Indemnity school selections of reservation lands prior to opening for settlement
76
Indian lands, intruders on, may be removed
18
returning after removal, penalty
18
Indian Office, records of, certified copies
65
deeds to be recorded
65
legalized
64
unverified copies
65
seal of
65
Indian Territory—
 
Absentee Wyandot, provisions for removal to, repealed
522,600,621
Arizona and New Mexico Indians not to be removed to
176
Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Company granted right of way through
572,669
Arkansas laws extended over Indian Territory (see also Arkansas laws, etc.)
48
criminal laws not conflicting with United States laws extended over
51
Arkansas Northwestern Railway Company granted right of way through
589
amended provisions relating to
687
Arkansas, Texas and Mexican Central Railway Company granted right of way through
517
amended provisions relating to
639
arrests in, for crimes and offenses
53
assault with deadly weapon
44
intent to rob, penalty for
44
attachment of improvements on lands of Indian nations prohibited
50
banking laws extended over
51
boundaries of
45,47
brand of stock, alteration of, penalty for
44
central judicial district
71
additional terms of court in
121
boundary changed
118
Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railroad Company, right of way through
250
sale of franchises
358
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company granted right of way through
472
additional land for station and Y in the Chickasaw Nation
475
franchises of Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company purchased
358
time for construction extended
630
Choctaw Coal and Railway Company, granted right of way
256
route amended
311
time for construction extended
399,509
leases from Choctaw Nation
373
purchasers of franchises may organize a new company
547
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company, successor to Choctaw, Coal and Railway Company, additional provisions relative to right of way
595,697
churches, penalty for disturbing worship in
43
circuit court of appeals, jurisdiction in certain cases
77
cities and towns. (See also Cities and towns in Indian Territory.)
 
acquisition of lands for public purposes
93
incorporation of, Arkansas laws applicable
94
council
95
elections
94,95
free schools
95
improvements, transfer of
95
leases, transfer of
95
marshals
95
mayors
95
taxation
95
citizenship accorded to all Indians in
35,114
not to affect tribal rights
54
civil suits, jurisdiction of district courts
74
venue may be changed
74
clerk of United States court to act as recorder of deeds
52
constables, appointment, duties, and bond
53,73
for central and western judicial districts, additional
121
Constitution of United States extended over
50
contracts between citizens of tribes and citizens of United States to be binding
47
corporations, banking and trust companies
111
electric railroad companies
110
fees for incorporating
110
foreign corporations
110
banking and trust companies
111
certificate to be filed
110
failure to comply with laws to vitiate contracts
111
limitations upon powers as upon local corporations
110
local agents for
110
laws of Arkansas extended over
110
telegraph companies
110
telephone companies
110
municipal corporations
94,95
courts of appeals, jurisdiction and procedure same as that provided for supreme court of Arkansas
75
United States opened to Indians
88
rooms for, to be procured
75
crimes and offenses—
 
animals, injury to
44
arrest and examination before United States commissioner
53
asault with deadly weapon
44
intent to rob
44
boundary monuments, defacing of
82
brand of stock, alteration of
44
bribery in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
653
burglary
37
disturbing religious worship
43
fires, malicious starting of
44
general laws of United States extended over
50
horse stealing
37
intoxicants, sale, etc
74
jurisdiction of courts
51
jurisdiction of courts—
 
circuit of district courts for eastern district of Texas
51
western district of Arkansas
51
district court, third division, district of Kansas over Quapaw Agency
63
district courts, limited to district
74
jurisdiction of United States commissioners
73
lotteries prohibited
52
provisions relating to, note
39
Quapaw Agency, prosecutions in district court, third division, Kansas
63
railroads, obstruction of
43
rendition of fugitives
53
robbery
37
shooting and throwing at railroad trains
78
stock, alteration of brand
44
upon officers of United States
37
tribal officers to be included
90
criminal fugitives in, rendition of
54
laws of Arkansas extended over
51
prosecutions to be in name of United States
51
Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railway Company granted right of way through
631
rights transferred to Denison, Bonham and Gulf Railway Company
684
Denison and Northern Railroad Company granted right of way through
451
amended provisions relative to
596
time for construction extended
635
Denison and Washita Valley Railroad Company granted right of way
235
branch line may be constructed
354
extension of route
354
descent and partition of allotments, laws of Kansas in force
34
electric railroad companies, incorporation of
110
Enid and Anadarko Railway Company granted right of way through
744
examination before commissioner and order for removal where crime committed in foreign jurisdiction
53
excessive inclosures of land by members of Five Civilized Tribes, penalty for
81,97
Executive orders relating to reservations in
839
extradition of criminals to be by judge of United States court
54
fires, malicious starting of
44
foreign corporations in
110
Fort Gibson, Tahlequah and Great Northeastern Railway Company granted right of way through
403
Fort Smith and Dardanelle Railroad Company granted right of way through
317
Fort Smith and El Paso Railroad Company granted right of way through
274
Fort Smith and Western Railway Company granted right of way through
692
amended provisions relative to
700
Fort Smith and Western Coal Railroad Company granted right of way through
577
time for construction extended and crossings to be constructed
644
Fort Worth and Denver City Railroad Company granted right of way through
247
time for construction extended and route amended
379
Gainesville, McAlester and St. Louis Railroad Company granted right of way through
476
amended provisions relative to
580,668
time for construction extended
679
Gainesville, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Company granted right of way through
462
Galena, Guthrie and Western Railway Company granted right of way through
355
government of, duty of United States declared
81
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company granted right of way through
217
Hutchinson and Southern Railway Company granted right of way through
364
route amended
438
time for construction extended
438,551
industrial schools established
198
inspector to be located in
100
duty to be considered in the field
111
salary, allowance of per diem
111
interest, legal rate 6 per cent unless otherwise specified
111
not to exceed 8 per cent
111
Interoceanic Railway Company granted right of way for railroad, telegraph, and telephone lines
500
amendments to grant
594
intoxicants, sale of, prohibited, jurisdiction of courts
51
judge of United States courts, appointment, salary, and term of office
39,71,88
judicial districts of
70
jurisdiction of courts in, note
39
justices of the peace, Arkansas laws applicable
53,73
United States commissioners to act as
53
Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway granted right of way
231,400
time for construction extended
511
Kansas City and Pacific Railway Company granted right of way
267
time for construction extended
348
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Gulf Railway Company, right of way through
239
grant repealed
321
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Memphis Railroad Company granted right of way
584
Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf Railroad Company granted right of way
469
branch road authorized
569
time for construction extended
558
to build fences and bridges
558
Kansas, Oklahoma, Central and Southwestern Railroad Company granted right of way
505
amended provisions relative to
617,677
lands in, ceded, to become a part of Oklahoma
45
claimed by Greer County, Tex
939,993
laws of Arkansas extended over
48
United States extended to Indians and to apply irrespective of race
88
leases of mineral lands in
93
Little River Valley Railway Company granted right of way through
673
lotteries prohibited
52
marriages of Indians in, to be according to tribal laws
52
provisions regarding
52
United States commissioner may solemnize
53
marshals in. (See Marshals.)
 
military force in, President may appoint field officers
90
mineral lands, excepted from allotment
93
lease of
93,94
mortgages of railroads in, recording of, in Interior Department
117
Muscogee Coal and Railway Company granted right of way through
627
Muscogee, Oklahoma and Western Railway Company granted right of way through
612
national banking laws extended over
50
naturalization upon application to United States court
54
Nebraska, Kansas and Gulf Railway Company granted right of way through
635
northern judicial district
70
cases transferred to western district
121
marshal for
121
terms of court in
121
notaries public, United States commissioners to act as
53
Oklahoma created out of
45
Oto and Missouri removed to
190
Paris, Choctaw and Little Rock Railway Company, right of way granted for construction of railroad, telephone, and telegraph lines
281
Pittsburg, Columbus and Fort Smith Railway Company granted right of way through
359
Ponca to be removed to
167,175
proclamation warning settlers to remove from
937,938
prisons for United States courts
75
Quapaw Agency, clerk at Miama to be recorder
121,597
railroads in (see also Railroads in Indian Territory)
114
all companies acquiring rights in any manner to be subject to act of 1902
117
annuities payable to tribes
103
Congress reserves right to amend law
117
construction, time may be extended two years
117
crossings, all trains to stop at
54,56
application for, to be made to judge of United States court
116
automatic signals at, trains need not stop
117
Interstate Commerce Commission to approve
117
commissioners to assess damages to intersecting roads
55,116
appeal to United States court
55,116
compensation of commissioners
55
condemnation proceedings
116
double damages for violation of law regarding
56
referees to decide all questions
116
appeal to United States court
116
yards and switches of other roads not to be crossed
116
discriminations against intersecting railroads prohibited
56
lease of connecting lines
90
mails to be carried
116
mortgages, recording in Interior Department
117
obstructing or destroying, penalty for
43
right of way through reservations, allotments, etc
114
abandonment of right of way
115
annual payment to tribe
116
change of route
114
charges, Congress to regulate
116
compensations for land taken
115
costs of award
116
referees to determine
115
appeal to United States court
115
witnesses, fees of
115
deposit of award
115
interstate transportation, Congress to regulate
116
maps of route, filing of
114
mortgages to be recorded in Interior Department
117
stations, lands for
77,114
water supply, how secured
114
width not to exceed 100 feet, exceptions
114
yards, water stations, etc., lands for
114
special provisions for—
 
Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Company
572,669
Arkansas Northwestern Railway Company
589
amended provisions
687
Arkansas, Texas and Mexican Central Railway Company
517
amended provisions
639
Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company
250
sale of franchises to Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company
358
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company
472
additional land for station and Y in Chickasaw Nation
475
may purchase franchises of Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company
358
time for construction extended
630
Choctaw Coal and Railway Company
256
route amended
311
time for construction extended
399,509
leases from Choctaw Nation
373
purchasers of franchises may organize new company
547
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company, successor to Choctaw Coal and Railroad Company, amended provisions relating to
595,697
Denison, Benham and Gulf Railway Company
684
Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railroad Company
631
franchises transferred to Denison, Bonham and Gulf Railway Company
684
Denison and Northern Railroad Company
451
amended provisions
596
time for construction extended
635
Denison and Washita Valley Railroad Company
235
branch line may be constructed
354
extension of route
354
Enid and Anadarko Railway Company
744
Fort Gibson, Talequah and Great Northwestern Railway Company
403
Fort Smith and El Paso Railroad Company
274
Fort Smith and Western Coal Railroad Company
577
time for construction extended, crossings to be constructed
644
Fort Smith and Western Railroad Company
692
amended provisions
700
Fort Smith, Paris, and Dardanelle Railroad Company
317
Fort Worth and Denver City Railway Company
247
time for construction extended and route amended
379
Gainesville, McAllister and St. Louis Railroad Company
476
amended provisions
580,668
time for construction extended
679
Gainesville, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Company
462
Galena, Guthrie and Western Railway Company
355
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railroad Company
217
Hutchinson and Southern Railway Company
364
route extended
438
time for construction extended
438,551
Interoceanic Railway Company
500
amendments to grant
594
Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway Company
231,400
time for construction extended
511
Kansas City and Pacific Railroad Company
267
time for construction extended
348
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Gulf Railway Company
239
grant repealed
321
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Memphis Railroad Company
584
Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf Railroad Company
469
branch road
569
time for construction extended, and fences and bridges to be built
558
Kansas, Oklahoma Central and Southwestern Railway Company
505
amended provisions
617,677
Little River Valley Railway Company
673
Muscogee Coal and Railway Company
627
Muscogee, Oklahoma and Western Railroad Company
612
Nebraska, Kansas and Gulf Railway Company
635
Paris, Choctaw and Little Rock Railroad Company
281
Pittsburg, Columbus and Fort Smith Railway Company
359
St. Louis and Oklahoma City Railroad Company
581
St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company
206
time for construction extended
235
St. Louis, Oklahoma and Southern Railroad Company
585
time for construction extended
677
Sherman and Northwestern Railway Company
368
Southern Kansas Railroad Company
220
religious worship in, disturbing, penalty for
43
removal of persons from, forbidden when persons are in lawful possession of land in town site
120
recorders of deeds in, clerks to act as
52
reservation for Modoc established
158
Pawnee established
160
St. Louis and Oklahoma City Railroad Company, granted right of way through
581
St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company, granted right of way through
206
time for construction extended
235
St. Louis, Oklahoma and Southern Railroad Company, granted right of way through
505
time for construction extended
677
Sherman and Northwestern Railway Company, granted right of way through
368
Southern judicial district, terms of court in, additional
121
Southern Kansas Railroad Company, right of way granted
220
stock, alteration of brand
44
surveys, boundary movements
82
cost limited
82
defacing of, how punished
82
Geological Survey to supervise
82
instructions to be issued by Secretary of the Interior
82
plats, filing of
82
rectangular system to be followed
82
telegraph companies, incorporation of
110
telegraph lines through
114
obstructing or injuring property, penalty for
43
telephone companies, incorporation of
110
lines through
114
obstructing or injuring property, penalty for
43
right of way granted to Seneca Telephone Company
703
timber and stone for use in, may be taken from lands of Five Civilized Tribes
108
trains in, shooting at
78
tribal courts, jurisdiction of
48
abolished
100
cases transferred to United States courts
100
lands, attachment of improvements on, forbidden
50
laws, not to be enforced by United States courts
100
United States commissioners in. (See United States commissioners in Indian Territory.)
 
courts in. (See United States courts in Indian Territory.)
 
district attorneys in
39,71,85
marshals in, appointments, etc
39
expenses allowable
86
field deputies
86
salary
85
western judicial district
120
clerk to be recorder of deeds
121
laws applicable to
121
witnesses, fees in felony cases
122
Indian wars, pension to survivors of
122
Indians preferred as employees
7,29,66,69,113
in purchase of supplies in open market
113
term defined as used in Alaska
105
Indigent Choctaw and Chickasaw, fund for support of
748
Industrial schools, establishment of in Minnesota, Michigan, and Wisconsin
399
on Fort Belknap Reservation
265
on Pawnee Reservation, Nebraska
198
reserve for in Indian Territory
198
superintendents may act as agents
67,79
Inherited lands, Kansa Nation, sale of
769
Injunctions, Commission to Five Civilized Tribes not to be subject to
101
Inspectors—
 
appointment by the President
4
duties
4
examination of agencies, alternately by different inspector
5
need not be made twice a year
23
Indian Territory, one to be located in
100
duty to be considered field service
111
salary, allowance of per diem
111
legal proceedings to be instituted by to enforce laws
5
number not to exceed five
4
reduced to three
23
oaths may be administered by
4
salary $3,000 per annum
4
suspension of employees and agents by
4
term of office four years
4
to investigate agencies
4
traveling expenses to be allowed
4
to be included in annual report
4
Interest, legal rate in Indian Territory to be 6 per cent unless otherwise agreed upon
111
8 per cent may be contracted for
111
Interior, Secretary of the—
 
affairs relating to the Indians to be under supervision of
1
agents, discontinuation of services
7
allotments, errors in to be corrected by
70
reports of agents making, to be transmitted to
33
unallotted lands, negotiations for purchase
34
annual report to be made to Congress on first day of session
25
show expenditure of education fund
36
items of appropriations disbursed
25
number of Indians on agencies
25
proceeds of sales of natural products of reservations
31
property on reservations not required, removal and sale
101
purchase of supplies under exigency in open market
112
school statistics
36
traveling expenses of inspectors
4
annuities to be withheld from tribes holding captives
11
arms and ammunition, sale to hostile Indians to be prohibited by
1
army officers detailed as agents to be under supervision of
100
boundaries of agencies and subagencies to be established
6
commissioners may be appointed by
6
Commission to Five Civilized Tribes to report annually their expenses
80,112
contracts with Indians to be approved by
11
assignments to be approved
12
deeds, etc., acknowledged before agents, regulations regarding to be prescribed
6
disbursements, proceeds of timber and natural products of reservations
36
regulations for special agents making
76
retention of funds due tribes holding captives
11,23
supplies and annuities, tribes may be exempted from requirement of labor to amount of on reservation before delivery
24
employees of Indian service at agencies, number and kind to be prescribed
24,89
discontinuation of services by
7
preference to Indians
69
highways through Indian lands may be opened by
114
homestead entries by Indians, regulations for, to be prescribed
23
interest on proceeds of ceded lands to be invested by
10
irrigation of reservation lands to be under direction of
35
leases of mineral lands in Indian Territory to be by
93,94
regulations to be prescribed for lease of allotments
57
railroad rights of way, regulations for acquiring to be prescribed
104
station lands in Indian Territory to be granted by
77
schools, attendance at, regulations to be prescribed
67
retention of clothing and annuities from parents
65
superintendents may be given additional duties
102
special agents to be appointed by
6
survey of Indian Territory, instructions to be issued by
82
telegraph and telephone grants to be made under supervision of
113
timber and stone lands, regulations for sale of in the Five Civilized Tribes to be prescribed
108
town sites, appeals from commissions in Creek and Cherokee nations
106
appraisements of lots to be approved by
96
regulations for establishment of boundaries
107
survey of in Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Cherokee nations
106
regulations to be prescribed
106
town authorities may be permitted to make
107
trust funds to be under supervising care of
26
deposit in lieu of investment
28
Interoceanic Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
500
amendments to grant
594
Interpreters—
 
agencies to be allowed
6
appointment by Interior Department upon nomination by agent
6
Indians to be preferred
7
discontinuation of services when unnecessary
7
employees at agency not to be paid extra as
67
salary of
7
suspension of, by agents
6
Interstate Commerce Commission, automatic signals at railroad crossings in Indian Territory and Oklahoma may be authorized by
117
Interstate transportation, railroads through Indian Territory and Oklahoma, Congress reserves right to regulate
116
Intoxicants—
 
annuities not to be paid to Indians under influence of
9
Arkansas laws extended to Indian Territory not to authorize sale of
95
arrest for introducing into Indian country or selling to Indians
64
ceded lands of Omaha, Pawnee, Oto, and Missouri and Sauk and Foxes, in Nebraska and Kansas, not to be sold on
140
Chickasaw Nation, lands ceded as sulphur springs, sale prohibited on
785
Creek Nation, to be prohibited
661,739
distilleries to be destroyed
18
introduction into Indian country prohibited, penalty for
63,84
on allotments
84
War Department may authorize
64
Lapwai Reservation, Idaho, sale prohibited
540
penalty for introduction into Indian country
64
sale to reservation Indians
64
qui tam actions for recovery of
18
procedure against when seized
18
sale of, in Indian Territory, jurisdiction of courts
51,74
to Indians, prohibited
83,84
in Alaska
105
searches authorized
17
seizure of
18
selling or giving to Indians by persons in military service prohibited
64
Seminole Nation, prohibited
664
Yankton Sioux lands, sale on, forbidden
527,529
Intruders, claiming citizenship in Five Civilized Tribes, ejection of
92
on Indian lands, military force may be employed to prevent the coming of
19
removal of
18,19
military force may be employed in
18
superintendents, agents, and subagents may effect removal
18
town sites in Indian Territory, not to be removed from
120
returning after removal, penalty for
19
Investigations by inspectors, to be made alternately by different inspectors
5
Investments, interest on proceeds of lands to be at not less than 5 per cent
10
of stock for Indians to be made by President
10
annual report to be made to Congress
10
special accounts of, to be kept
10
of trust funds, deposit in Treasury in lieu of
28
Iowa —
 
agreement of May 20, 1890
393
allotments in severalty
393
patents to contain restrictions
394
selection
394
trust period may be extended
396
annuities, distribution per capita
394,395
for William Tohee, chief
396
cession of lands in Indian Territory
393
allotments under act of March 3, 1885
230
area
230
certificates for
230
patents for
230
provisions amended by act of January 26, 1887
245
allotments under agreement of May 20, 1890
393
descent
398
patents to contain restrictions
394
selection of allotments
394
trust period may be extended
396
allotments under act of March 2, 1895
566
annuities, from cession of 1890, distribution per capita
395
funds arising from sale of reservation, in Kansas and Nebraska
229
William and Maggie Tohee to receive
396
ceded lands in Indian Territory, settlers may enter contiguous lands
510
descent of allotments to be according to local law
398
funds of, part may be taken to pay for reservation
566
payment of part per capita
755
proceeds of lands in Kansas and Nebraska
229
lands in Kansas and Nebraska, sale of
228
appraisement of lots
229
area of entries limited to 160 acres
229
price not less than $8 per acre
229
proceeds to be held in trust
229
surveys into 40-acre tracts
229
lands in Oklahoma, proclamation opening to settlement
951
removal of, how to be made
230
reservation for, to be secured
230
patents for reservation to be issued
230
in Kansas and Nebraska, sale of lands in
229
in Oklahoma, may be purchased from Oto and Missouri
566
statistics
1039,1042
Iowa Reserve, Indian Territory, Executive orders establishing
843
right of way granted to Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company, lessee of Atchison and Nebraska Railroad Company
594
Irrigation—
 
general regulations for, on reservation lands, to be prescribed by the Secretary of Interior
35
contracts need not be advertised
113
special provisions for—
 
Crow Reservation, Mont., annuity money may be used to complete
433,687,701
Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho, for supplying citizens of Pocatello with water
408
water reserved for purposes of
706
Gila River Reservation, Hudson Reservoir and Canal Company to construct canal through
616
Great Sioux Reservation, rules to be prescribed for
333
Mission Indian lands, Cal,, rights of way through
385
Papago Reservation, Citrous Water Company to construct ditches
301
Southern Ute lands, Colo., rights of way through allotments
754
Southern Ute Reservation, Colo., investigation by Secretary of Interior
620
Uintah Reservation, Utah, rights of way for canals and dams
686
Umatilla Reservation, Oreg., Blue Mountain Irrigation and Improvement Company may construct canal and reservoir
457
Umatilla Irrigation Company may construct canal
387
time for construction extended
509
Yakima Reservation, Wash., Columbia Irrigation Company may construct canal and ditches
516
time for construction extended
600,666
Northern Pacific and Yakima Irrigation Company may construct canal
380
Yuma Reservation, Ariz., Colorado River Irrigation Company may construct ditches over
461,545
Yuma Pumping Irrigation Company may construct ditches
460
Yuma Reservation, Cal., Colorado River Irrigation Company may construct canal
545
Isabella Reserve, Mich., Executive orders establishing
846

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Jamestown and Northern Railroad Company, right of way through Devils Lake Reservation, N. Dak
743
Jicarilla Apache, statistics
1040
Jicarilla Apache Reserve, N. Mex., Executive orders establishing
874
Jicarilla Apache Reservation, Ariz., timber to be sold and sheep for Indians purchased from proceeds
522
Jocko Reservation, Flatheads, Kutenai, and Pend d'Oreille may be removed to
135
Flatheads, allottees in Bitter Root Valley may be removed to
326
Spokan on, appropriations to be used for
742
Upper and Middle bands of Spokan may be removed to
454
Jones Academy, lands reserved from allotment
775
Joseph's band of Nez Percés, civilization of, fund appropriated for
174,175
removal to the Indian Territory
175
statistics
1030
Judges of courts of record, contracts to be executed before
11
Judges of United States courts in Indian Territory
39
additional to be appointed
71,88
assignment of districts
71
districts of, substitution of judges in
71
extradition of criminals by
54
oath of
40
powers, etc
71
salary
71
term of office to be four years
71
Judgments, levy on improvements on tribal lands in Indian Territory, except in tribal courts, invalid
50
Judicial districts of Indian Territory
70
change of boundary between central and southern
118
western district created
120
Judith Basin Reserve, Mont., Executive orders establishing
859
Jurors of United States courts in Indian Territory, qualification and selection of
42,74
Choctaw and Chickasaw competent as
654
Jury commissioners of United States court in Indian Territory, selection, oath, and duties of
42,48
Justices of the peace in Indian Territory, United States commissioners to act as
53

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Kah-milt-pahs, embraced in Yakima Nation
529
Kaibabs, Nevada, statistics
1042
Kalispel settlement on Cœur d'Alene Reservation, Idaho
420
statistics
1030
Kansa—
 
agreement ratified July 1, 1902
766
allotments in severalty
766,767
cemeteries, lands reserved for
768
claims, adjustment by Interior Department and Court of Claims
770
deeds for allotments
767
funds, pro rata distribution of
768
heirs, payment to
769
sale of inherited lands by
769
lands in Kansas, sale of
769
minors, funds due, administration of
768
roll of citizens to be final
766
sale of lands by individuals, permission may be granted
769
schools, lands reserved for
768
surplus lands unallotted to be divided
767
town sites
768
tribal lands to be divided
766
civil actions against, district court at Pawhuska to have exclusive jurisdiction
87
funds of, part of $200,000 fund to be used to pay scrip, and to be reimbursed from sales of Kansa lands
285
proceeds of land in Kansas
162
lands in Kansas, sale of
162,285,769
appraisal of lands
163
to be revised
177
forfeiture, resale on
163,178
patents to issue
163
price of lands
177,178
settlement, adjoining claims
178
settlers may purchase
162
terms of sale
177
waste, bonds to prevent
177
lands, sale of, proceeds to be used to reimburse fund of $200,000 for part taken to pay scrip
285
legislation relative to, note
162
settlement on Osage Reservation, Ind. T
138
statistics
1038
trust and diminished reserve lands, sale of
769
Kansa scrip, payment of, out of trust funds, amount to be reimbursed from sale of lands
285
Kansas—
 
laws of, descent and partition applied to Indian Territory
34
Ottawa lands in, subject to taxation
144
Potawatomi lands, conveyances by certain patentees confirmed
175
Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway, bridge may be constructed across Arkansas River by
347
right of way through Indian Territory
231,400
time for construction extended
511
Kansas City and Pacific Railroad Company, right of way through Indian Territory
267
time for construction extended
348
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Gulf Railroad Company, right of way through Indian Territory
239
repealed
321
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Memphis Railroad Company, right of way through Indian Territory
584
Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
469
branch road may be constructed
569
time for construction extended and fences and bridges to be built
558
Kansas, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Company, right of way through Chilocco Reservation, Okla
645
Kansas, Oklahoma Central and Southwestern Railway, right of way granted through Indian Territory
505
additional provisions relative to
617,677
Kaskaskia—
 
allotments in Indian Territory
344
lease of
345
claim referred to Court of Claims
346
funds of, to be paid per capita
407
mining leases valid for twenty-five years, persons deemed improper may be removed from leased lands
407
statistics
1040
Kaw (see Kansa).
 
Keshena Improvement Company, improvement of Wolf River by, across Menominee Reservation
153
Kettle River Valley Railway Company, right of way through Colville Reservation
644
Kickapoo—
 
agreement of June 21, 1891
480
allotments in severalty
480
patents after twenty-five years
481
cession of lands in Indian Territory
480
payment per capita for cession
481
depredation claims not to be paid from
483
money may be left in Treasury at interest
481
reservations for religious organizations, etc
482
allotments, absentees and children
568,681
allottees, dying without heirs, land sold for tribe
243
estates of deceased, settlement of
242
funds of, proceeds of sale of Kansas land to be held at interest
141,205
proceeds of sale of lands of deceased, without heirs
243
in Oklahoma, funds in Treasury to be held permanently at 5 per cent interest
597
lands ceded in Indian Territory, settlement under land laws
483
Oklahoma, proclamation opening to settlement
988
right to commute entries on
639
lands in Kansas, allotments to children
568
sale of
204
proceeds may be paid in installments
205
held as permanent fund at 4 and 5 per cent
141,205
surplus of unallotted lands to be sold
568,680
Indians may purchase
568
patents to issue for
568
proceeds to be held in trust
567
school lands excepted
568
statistics
1039,1042
Kickapoo Reserve, Ind. T., Executive orders establishing
844
Kansas surplus lands to be sold
680
Kingfisher, Okla., may purchase lands for cemetery purposes
486
Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache—
 
agreement October 21, 1892
708
allotments in severalty
709,710,711
grazing lands
709
reserved lands
709
school lands reserved
710
selection and area of
709
time for selections
710
title to be held in trust for twenty-five years
710
certain persons not members entitled to benefit of agreement
711
cession of lands
709
leases not affected
711
payments for cessions
710
depredation claims not to be deducted
712
ceded lands in Oklahoma—
 
claims of Choctaw and Chickasaw to, referred to the Court of Claims
712
commutation of homesteads for town-site entries on
748
opened to settlement
711,1012
statistics
1035
Kiowa Agency, Okla., statistics
1035
Klamath, statistics
1034,1035
Klamath Agency, Oreg., statistics
1035
Klamath Reservation, Oreg., allotments to children born subsequent to completion of allotments
751
Klamath River Reserve, Cal., allotments to Indians on
439
Executive orders establishing
816
lands to be sold
439
in occupancy of Indians excepted
439
proceeds to be held in trust
439
Klickitas, embraced in Yakima Nation
529
Klingnits, embraced in Yakima Nation
529
Konwassayus, embraced in Yakima Nation
529
Kootenai. (See Kutenai.)
 
Kutenai, Bitter Root Valley lands to be sold
135
members of tribe may enter 160 acres
135
lands to be alienable
135
tribal rights relinquished
135
proceeds not exceeding $50,000 to be held in the Treasury at interest
136
removal to Jocko Reservation
135
statistics
1032

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Labor, Indians to be employed when possible
29
or reservations, able-bodied males to work for value of supplies and annuities, unless President excepts tribe from requirement
24
Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho Reservation, disposal of products of
170
Sioux Reservation, Nebr., disposal of products of
170
Secretary of Interior may expend proceeds of, paid into the Treasury
36
Lac Court Oreilles Reserve, Wis., Executive orders establishing
929
Lac de Flambeau Reserve, Wis., Executive orders establishing
932
Milwaukee, Lake Shore and Western Railway Company granted right of way through
278
Lake, statistics
1030
Lake Traverse Reservation, proclamation opening lands to settlement
953
Lake Winnipigoshish Reservation, Minnesota, Duluth and Winnipeg Railroad Company granted right of way through
352
Northern Mississippi Railway Company granted right of way through
547
Lands and buildings of United States within ceded reservations, sale of
15
ceded, in Oklahoma, disposal under homestead laws
46
remainder after allotments under act of 1887, sale to actual settlers
34
sales of, expenses not to be deducted from
32
constitutionality of legislation of Congress respecting
1053,1058
contests filed against Indians, costs to be paid by Interior Department
66
conveyance except by treaty or convention to be void
14
negotiations by unauthorized parties, penalty
14
distilleries upon, penalty for
18
fees on land entries by nonreservation Indians to be paid by United States
34
homestead entries by Indians inalienable for five years
34
hunting by whites on, prohibited
17
laws of United States relating to crimes extended over
18
leases by tribal council of purchased lands
57
not included within boundaries of Territories
3
passports for persons entering
17
railroads through (see Railroad right of way).
 
sales of, proceeds to be paid into the Treasury
10
register and receiver to conduct
20
surveys to be by General Land Office
14
L'Anse Chippewa, interest to be paid on certain funds
178
statistics
1036
La Pointe Agency, Wis., statistics
1035
La Pointe Reservation, allotments to, Chippewa on
713
Lapwai Reservation, Nez Perce of, agreement of May 1, 1893
536
Larceny, Indians committing, upon property of other Indians or other persons, laws of State and Territory to govern
32
Leases, allottees disabled may lease allotments for farming purposes for not to exceed five years
57,82,105,620
Cherokee Nation, allotments, for grazing and farming purposes
726,798
mineral lands
727
salt deposits
215
Chickasaw Nation, not to exceed five years, to be in writing and recorded in office of clerk of United States court
649
Choctaw Nation, not to exceed five years and to be in writing and recorded in office of clerk of United States court
649
Choctaw Coal and Railway Company, confirmed
373
coal mines, town sites not to interfere with operation of
96
constitutionality of legislation of Congress respecting
1053
Creek Nation, grazing leases authorized
765
lands allotted, permit tax not to be paid
738
mineral lands
739
Five Civilized Tribes—
 
agricultural and grazing lands, forbidden
97,99
termination of existing lease
99
Commission to report upon status of
81
ejection of lessees, damages for improvements
91
rents of tribal lands to be paid only into United States Treasury
97
grazing lands purchased by individual Indians
57
Indian Territory
93
in cities and towns, transfer of
95
mineral lands, to be under direction of Secretary of Interior
93
area not to exceed 640 acres
93
compensation for improvements
94
damages to owner of allotted land
94
payments by lessor
94
preference in leasing to persons in possession
94
royalties
94
term not to exceed fifteen years
93
Kiowa, Comanche and Apache lands, not affected by cessions or allotments
711
land purchased by Indians, to be made by tribal council
57
mining lands purchased by Indians
57
Quapaw Agency, term of leases
619
school lands, under regulations of Secretary of Interior
419
Seminole allotments
663
Seneca, agent for the New York Agency to receive and disburse rents
715
in certain villages
155
for railroad purposes
155
renewals not exceeding ninety-nine years, except of railroad lands, authorized
368
oil and gas wells, with William B. Barker, ratified
468
release to Seneca Nation of part of lands confirmed
622,623
to Erie Preserving Company, confirmed
715
to Ogden Land Company
522
to J. W. Peglow, of sand banks, confirmed
744
Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux, authorized for farming and grazing
620
approval of Secretary of Interior required
666
subleases to be void
666
surplus tribal lands for farming purposes
67
United Peoria and Miami, Indian Territory
345
Wea, Peoria, Kaskaskia, and Piankashaw mineral lands
407
Yakima Reservation, of agricultural lands, not to exceed five years
686
allotments, not to exceed ten years
701
"Leased district,'' proceeds of sale to be distributed in accordance with decision of Court of Claims in case of Choctaw and Chickasaw v. Wichita
654
Leather, manufacture by Indians on reservations
69,113
Leavenworth, Lawrence and Galveston railroad, lands on Osage Reservation, in Kansas, may be purchased by
164,165
Leavenworth, Pawnee and Western Railroad Company, payment to Delawares for lands sold to
447
suit to be brought against, for damages, etc
447
Leaves of absence, employees of Indian service, not to exceed sixty days
7
Lebanon Orphan Home, lands reserved from allotment
775
Leech Lake Chippewa, statistics
1046
Leech Lake Reservation, Minn.—
 
Brainerd and Northern Minnesota Railway Company granted right of way through
514,571
Duluth and Winnipeg Railroad Company granted right of way through
342
Executive orders establishing
851
Northern Mississippi Railway Company granted right of way through
547
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway Company granted right of way through
515
time for construction extended
618
Lemhi Agency, Idaho, statistics
1035
Lemhi Reserve, Idaho, cession of lands by agreement of May 14, 1880
314
Executive orders establishing
839
Liabilities to Indian tribes, statement of
1023
Liaywas, embraced in Yakima Nation
520
License to trade with Indians, agents, subagents and superintendents may issue
16
revocation of
16
sale of intoxicants cause for
18
Limitations, statute of, to apply to actions by allottees for allotments
121,122
Little Falls, Mille Lacs and Lake Superior Railway Company, right of way through Mille Lacs Reservation, Minn
362
Little Lake Indians, statistics
1041
Little River Valley Railway Company, right of way through Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
673
Little Traverse Reserve, Mich., Executive orders establishing
847
Live stock, removal from Indian lands prohibited
17
sale of, by agent for tribe
16
Loafer Sioux, statistics
1041
Logging—
 
Menominee Reservation, Wis., on Oconto River
163,164
Pigeon River, obstructions to, at Cascades, may be removed by Pigeon River Improvement, Slide and Boom Company
744
Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock, decision of Supreme Court in case of
1058
Los Pinos Agency, Colo.—
 
agreement with Ute at
151
removal of agency
157
Lotteries in Indian Territory prohibited
52
Lower Brule Sioux of Lower Brule Reservation, S. Dak.—
 
agreement of March 1, 1898
688
agency and boarding school to be maintained
689
cession of lands
688
part of tribe on Rosebud Reservation to be allowed share of funds
688
reallotment of lands
688
claims for property lost on removal to be paid
753
Lower Brule Sioux of Rosebud Reservation, S. Dak.—
 
agreement of March 1, 1898
690
allotments in severalty
690
settlement on reservation
690
allotments in severalty to
599
payments for lands allotted
599
return to allotments
599
statistics
1036
Lower Brule Agency, S. Dak.—
 
agreement with Sioux at, September 26, 1876
169,172
statistics
1036
Lower Brule Reservation, S. Dak.—
 
boundaries defined
329
ceded lands opened to settlement
714
Lower Kalispel, statistics
1032
Lower Spokan, statistics
1030
Lower Yanktonai Sioux, statistics
1031
Loyal Creek claim, Senate to determine
660,736
Loyal Seminole claim, Senate to determine
664,700
Luckamute, statistics
1033
Lummi, statistics
1044
Lummi Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
917
Lutheran Mission School, lands in Cherokee Nation reserved for
725,790

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Mackinac Agency, Mich., statistics
1036
Madison Indians, statistics
1044
Mails, transportation of, by railroads granted land through Indian reservations
104,116
Makah, statistics
1037
Makah Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
917
Malheur Reserve, Oreg., Executive orders establishing
887
Mandan, Fort Berthold Reservation—
 
agreement of December 14, 1886
425
allotment of diminished reservation
425,426
restrictions for twenty-five years
426
annuity of $80,000 annually for ten years
425
how to be expended
427
cession of lands
425
laws of Dakota extended over reservation
426
subsistence not to be furnished adult males not working or children not attending school
427
unallotted lands held in trust twenty-five years
426
statistics
1033
Mansfield's Digest. (See Arkansas laws.)
 
Manslaughter, Indian committing against an Indian or other person, laws of State or Territory to govern
32
Manual training schools—
 
purchase of articles manufactured at
28
accounts to be kept separate
28
Manufacture of supplies by Indians
69,113
Maricopa, statistics
1038
Maricopa and Phoenix Railroad Company, right of way through Gila River Reservation
243
Marinette and Western Railway Company, right of way through Menominee Reservation, Wis.
443
Marriages, according to tribal customs declared valid
52
Cœur d'Alene Reservation, white men to satisfy agent of moral character
422
in Indian Territory
52
certificates to be issued by clerks and deputy clerks of United States court
52
clerk or deputy clerk of United States court may solemnize
52
commissioners of United States may solemnize
53
licenses to be issued by clerk and deputy clerk of United States courts
52
return of, after execution
52
of Indians, to be according to tribal laws
52
proof of, in pension cases
21
Stockbridge and Munsee tribes, females marrying out of tribe to forfeit rights
131
white men marrying Indian women
38
children to have rights of mother
89
proof of marriage
38
women to become citizens of United States
38
tribal rights not forfeited
38
whites not to acquire tribal rights
38
Marshals, may employ posse comitatus in executing process in Indian country
19
of cities and towns in Indian Territory
95
court of appeals in Indian Territory
75
United States courts in Indian Territory
71
appointment, duties, and removal
40
for western and northern judicial districts
121
bond
40,83
crimes and offenses against, United States laws to be enforced
36
deputies
40,71,73
accounts to be approved by Attorney-General
83
appointments confirmed
83
fees allowed
122
field deputies
86
jurors to be summoned by
42
mileage to be allowed
26
oath required of
40
salary of
85
Marys River Indians, statistics
1033
Matrons, Indian girls to be employed as assistants
87
Mayors of towns and cities in Indian Territory
95
Mdewakanton Sioux—
 
payment for services as scouts in certain wars
485,559
sale of lands in Redwood County, Minn., and purchase of lien lands
714
statistics
1036
Mechanics, employment for benefit of Indians
7
Mendocino Reservation, Cal., Executive orders establishing
817
Menominee—
 
funds, proceeds of timber
354
legislation relating to, note
353
logging on reservation in Wisconsin
153,163,194,353
statistics
1034
Menominee Reservation, Wis.—
 
logging—
 
regulations for cutting timber
194
sale of timber
353
Marinette and Western Railroad Company granted right of way through
443
Northwestern Improvement Company to improve Oconto River for logging purposes
163
Wolf River, Keshena Improvement Company to improve for logging purposes
153
Merchandise, for fulfilling treaties, purchase by the Secretary of Interior
8
proceedings against when on Indian lands in violation of law to be as under revenue laws
15
Mescalero Apache Agency, N. Mex., statistics
1036
Mescalero Apache Reservation, N. Mex., Executive orders establishing
870
Meshingomesia's band of Miami—
 
members to become citizens after January 1, 1881
134
reservation to be divided among members
134
Messages disturbing peace with tribes, penalty for sending
13
Methodist Episcopal Church—
 
granted certain land by Chippewa of Saginaw
157
may buy certain Cherokee lands
726
Mexican Kickapoo, statistics
1042
Miami—
 
allotments in Indian Territory
344,345
general act of 1887 not applicable
35
lease of
345
Quapaw Agency, sale of 100 acres by adult allottees holding over 200 acres
620
sale by heirs of deceased allottees
702
of surplus lands unallotted
752
annuities, purchase of right to participate in those of Peoria, Wea, etc
147
census
146
list of those becoming citizens of United States
147
uniting with Peoria, Wea, etc
147
of those entitled to share in tribal funds
191
citizenship accorded members of Meshingomesia's band
135
accorded on application to United States circuit court
146
oath of allegiance
146
claims of individuals, Attorney-General to report on
197
deeds and conveyances in Quapaw Agency to be recorded at Miami
121,597
funds, agent to make per capita distribution
192
census of tribe entitled to participate
191
proceeds of Kansas lands, distribution
147
lands in Kansas, alienation and taxation forbidden
146
restrictions removed when title is not in Indians
140
disposal of lands
145,146,197,198
leases of lands in Indian Territory
345
legislation relative to, note
133
Meshingomesia's band, citizenship conferred on members
135
reservation to be partitioned
133
application of chiefs
134
descent by Indian laws
134
intermarried persons entitled to share
134
members to share alike
134
payments per capita to
192
statistics
1040
surplus lands unallotted, disposal of
752
tribal relations abolished
146
union with “United Peoria and Miami”
147
Western band, census
146
town of—
 
deeds and conveyances in Quapaw Agency to be recorded at
597
mortgages of chattels to be recorded at
700
terms of court at
70
Miami Town Company, cemetery lands may be purchased from Peoria or Ottawa allottee
600
land may be bought from Ottawa in Indian Territory
407
Miami Town Site, included in northern judicial district of Indian Territory
70
Michigan, Executive orders relating to reservations in
846
Military force, employment of, to apprehend criminals
19
destroy distilleries
19
prevent introductions of persons and property into Indian country
19
seize goods, etc
19
intruders may be removed by
14,18
in Indian Territory, field officers to be appointed by the President
90
officers, intoxicants given Indians by, penalty
31
passports may be issued by
17
searches for intoxicants by
17
Mille Lac Reservation, Minn.—
 
ceded lands to be disposed of as public lands
696
Chippewa of, removal to other reservations
755
entries irregularly made on, confirmed
552
Little Falls, Mille Lacs and Lake Superior Railway Company granted right of way through
362
Mills, erection on Cœur d'Alene Reservation
423
Lapwai Reservation, Idaho
539
Milwaukee, Lake Shore and Western Railway Company right of way through Lac de Flambeau Reservation
278
Mineral lands—
 
Blackfeet Reservation, Mont., ceded lands may be entered as
609
Cherokee Nation, provisions relating to leases
727
Colville Reservation, Wash., laws extended over
570,667
allotments and government lands excepted
667
Confederated Wea, Peoria, Kaskaskia, and Piankashaw lands, leases of
407
Creek Nation, leases
739
Crow Reservation in Montana, claims not to be selected in allotments
447
disabled allottees may lease mining lands on allotments
82
Five Civilized Tribes, leases, royalties to be paid into United States Treasury
97
of coal lands
41
reserved from allotment
93
Fort Belknap Reservation ceded lands
604
Indian Territory, leases by Secretary of Interior
93
area not to exceed 640 acres
93
damages to owner of allotment
94
persons in possession preferred
94
payments to lessee
94
royalties
94
terms not to exceed fifteen years
93
United States court to have jurisdiction over
41
reserved from allotment
93
Klamath River Reservation, entry of lands
439
Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache lands, laws applicable to
712
leases of, when property of individual Indians
57
Peoria, Kaskaskia, Piankashaw, and Wea lands, leases valid
477
San Carlos Reservation, ceded lands, laws applicable to
609,611
Seminole Nation, leases
663
Spokan Reservation, Wash., laws applicable to
754,799
Uintah and White River Ute Reservation, sale of leased lands
753
White Mountain Apache Reservation, Ariz., sale of lands
740
Miniconjou Sioux, statistics
1030
Minnesota—
 
Executive orders relating to reservations in
850
timber cutting by Indians in
89
White Earth Reservation, lands granted for church and school purposes
150
Winnebago in—
 
allotments to
133
claims to allotments to be settled
127
removal of
125
Minnesota and Manitoba Railway Company, right of way through Red Lake Reservation, Minn
698
Minor children—
 
allotments, heads of families to select
33
Cherokee Nation, enrollment
792
selection of allotments
797
Chickasaw Nation, allotments
786
Choctaw Nation, allotments
786
Creek Nation, parents to act as guardians
738
Eastern Shawnee, allotments
752
Peoria, parents to act as guardians
54
Seneca, allotments
752
Mission Indians—
 
allotments in severalty
384
on lands purchased for use of
750
exchange of lands with private owners
440
Executive orders establishing reserves in California
819
modified
1008,1018
irrigationg ditches, etc., across reservations
385
lands for use of, to be selected by Commission
750
reservation for
383
removal from private claims
383
settled on private land claims, Attorney-General to defend suits for possession
384
statistics
1036
Mission-Tule River Agency, Cal., statistics
1036
Mississippi Choctaw—
 
allotments to be made
106
incumbrance or sale to be void
106
proof of identity
106
settlement in Choctaw-Chickasaw country
106
citizenship to be settled by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
87,780
enrollment of members
87,780
rights not to be prejudiced
99
Missouri and Kansas Telephone Company, right of way through Ponca, Oto, and Missouri reservations, Okla
676
Missoula and Northern Railroad Company, right of way through Flathead Reservation, Mont
437
Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad Company—
 
lands on Osage Reservation, in Kansas, may be purchased by
164,165
old channel of Canadian River may be restored by
645
Mixed bloods, term ``Indian'' includes, in Blackfeet agreement of September 26, 1895
607
agreement with Fort Belknap Reservation Indians of October 9, 1895
603
Moache band of Ute, agency in Colorado to be established
157
agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
statistics
1043
Moapa River Reserve, Nev., Executive orders establishing
866
reduced to 1,000 acres
157
Modoc, lands in Indian Territory, payment to Eastern Shawnee for
158
statistics
1035,1040
Mohave—
 
agreement of February 25, 1896
609
boundaries of reservation to be marked
610
cession of lands
609
proceeds of coal and mineral lands
609
statistics
1030,1041
Molel, statistics
1033
Money, payment to Indians—
 
mode of distribution
9
payment in goods
8
Secretary of Interior to apply for best interests of tribe
9
to be withheld from tribes holding captives
11,23
Montana, Executive orders relating to reservations in
854
reservations in, for Grosventres, Piegan, Bloods, Blackfeet, River Crows, and others established
150
Moorhead, Leech Lake and Northern Railway Company, right of way through White Earth Reservation, Minn
306
Moqui Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
805
Moravian Church, lands in Chippewa and Christian reservations, Kans., conveyed to
623
Mortgages, in Indian Territory, recording of
84
in Quapaw Agency, of chattels, recording at Miami
700
of railroads in Indian Territory and Oklahoma to be recorded in Interior Department
117
Moses Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
904
Moses' band of Columbia, agreement of July 7, 1883, ratified
224
statistics
1030
Mounds, Indian Territory, survey and platting of
734
Muckleshoot, statistics
1044
Muckleshoot Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
918
Municipal corporations (see also Incorporations, cities and towns)—
 
Cherokee Nation, powers of
725
Choctaw and Chicasaw nations, bonds for improvements
783
Creek Nation, bonds for improvements
736
Munsee (see also Stockbridge and Munsee)—
 
membership in tribe and rights to lands
500
on Chippewa and Christian reservations, Kans., census to be taken
623
lands of allottees abandoning allotment or dying without heirs to be sold
624
patents for allotments
623
sale of unallotted lands
622,624
proceeds to be distributed per capita
624
trust funds to be distributed per capita
624
statistics
1034,1039
Murder, Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, change of venue in trials for
654
Indian committing, against Indian or other persons, laws of State or Territory to govern
32
killing of person by shooting, etc., at trains in Indian Territory
78
Murrow, J. S., lands reserved from allotment
775
Muscogee, term of court at
70,120
Muscogee Coal and Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory and Oklahoma
627
Muscogee, Oklahoma and Western Railroad Company, right of way through Indian Territory
612

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Naalem band of Tillamook, in Oregon, payment to, for release of claims under treaty of August 6, 1851
620
National-banking laws extended to Indian Territory
50
Navaho, settlers on lands reserved for, to be compensated for improvements
285
statistics
1037
Navaho Agency, Ariz., statistics
1037
Navaho Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
805
Navaho Reserve, N. Mex., Executive orders establishing
875
Navigation, dams may be constructed on Chippewa lands in Minnesota
619,666
Neah Bay Agency, Wash., statistics
1037
Nebraska, Executive orders relating to reservations in
861
Omaha lands in, sale to Winnebago
153
Nebraska, Kansas and Gulf Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
635
Nespelim, statistics
1030
Nevada, Executive orders relating to reservations in
865
Moapa River Reservation reduced to 1,000 acres
157
Nevada Agency, Nev., statistics
1037
New Mexico, Executive orders relating to reservations in
870
Indians of, removal to Indian Territory prohibited
176
New York Indians—
 
allotments, sale of to settlers and balance to be sold after two years
368
payments to allottees
368
claim to be adjudicated by Court of Claims
460
funds from proceeds of Kansas lands
142
Kansas lands, Indians entitled to enter must prove identity
173
patents to Indian occupants
142
sale of
141,368
appraisal
142
entries within two years
142
price not less than $3.75 per acre
142
proceeds to be held in trust
142
legislation relating to, note
141
New York Agency, N. Y., statistics
1037
Newport and Kings Valley Railway Company, right of way through Siletz Reservation, Oreg
287,381
Newyaka Boarding School, lands in Creek Nation reserved for
735
Nez Percés, Idaho, agreement of May 1, 1893
536
allotments in severalty
538
to deceased Indians confirmed
539
cession of lands
536,537
claims for services in Army to be settled
540
intoxicants prohibited
540
payment for cessions
538
depredation claims not to be deducted
541
how made
539
religious societies may buy lands occupied
539
reservation of certain lands
537
sawmills to be provided
539
of Joseph's band, civilization of, fund appropriated for
174,175
lands ceded to United States in trust for
495
removal to Indian Territory
175
statistics
1030
Nez Percés Agency, Idaho, statistics
1038
Nez Percés Reservation, Idaho—
 
ceded lands opened to settlement
990
Clearwater Short Line Railway Company granted right of way through
684
Clearwater Valley Railroad Company granted right of way through
679
time for construction extended
750
legislation relating to, note
288
Oregon Railway and Navigation Company granted right of way through
288
Palous and Spokane Railway Company granted right of way through
351
Niobrara Island, Dakota, granted for public park and Sioux Indians to be removed from
337,338
Niobrara Reserve, Nebr., Executive orders establishing
861
Niobrara River, bridge may be constructed across
510
Nisqually, statistics
1040
Nisqually Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
919
Nome Cult Reserve, Cal., Executive orders establishing
824
Nomelackie, statistics
1041
Nonreservation Indians, allotments to
33
North Dakota, Executive orders relating to reservations in
881
Northern Arapaho and Cheyenne, agreement of September 26, 1876, ratified
168
allotments, houses to be erected by the Government
170
annuities, where to be paid
169
boundaries of reduced reservation
169
census to be taken annually
171
cession of part of reservation
169
employees on agency to be married persons
170
full-blood Indians only to receive benefits of agreement
170
funds for education and civilization
170
half-breeds and whites may be excluded from reservation
170
laws of United States extended over Indians
171
peace to be maintained
171
products of Indian labor to be sold
170
rations to be issued
170
roads through reservation
169
reservation reduced
169
what meant by
171
subsistence to be furnished
170
treaty of 1868 reaffirmed
171
Northern Cheyenne (see also Northern Arapaho and Cheyenne)—
 
statistics
1044
Northern Cheyenne Reservation, Mont., Executive orders establishing
860
inspector to report upon conditions on
668
Northern Mississippi Railway Company, right of way through Chippewa Reservation in Minnesota
547
Northern Pacific and Yakima Irrigation Company, canal may be constructed by, across Yakima Reservation, Wash
380
Northern Pacific Railroad Company, right of way through Crow Reservation
202
Puyallup Reservation
465
Yakima Reservation
486
Northern Sioux, statistics
1041
Northwestern Improvement Company, logging on Oconto River through Menominee Reservation, Wis
164
Notaries public in Indian Territory, United States commissioners to act as
53
Nowata, term of court at
121

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Oaths, agents may administer
6
agents, subagents, and superintendents may administer regarding depredations
20
inspectors may administer
4
of clerk of United States court in Indian Territory
40
relative to jurors
42
of judge of United States court in Indian Territory
40
of jury commissioners of United States court in Indian Territory
42
of marshal of United States court in Indian Territory
40
of deputies
40
Ochechotes, embraced in Yakima Nation
529
Officers of United States, crimes upon, in Indian Territory
37
tribal officers included
90
Ogden Land Company, claim to Seneca lands to be investigated
522
Oglala Sioux, agreement of September 26, 1876
169,171
Oil lands, Cherokee Nation, rights in, unaffected by agreement of April 9, 1900
729
lease in Indian Territory, by Secretary of Interior
93
to W. B. Barker by Seneca Nation
468,622
Okinagan, statistics
1030
Oklahoma, ceded lands in Indian Territory, to become a part of
45
district courts, jurisdiction over actions between Indians of different tribes
46
Executive orders relating to reservations in
886
government for, provided
45
lands ceded in, payment for
47
railroads in, general provisions for
114
grants restricted
47
mortgages to be recorded in Interior Department
117
school and missionary lands reserved on ceded lands
47
telegraph lines through
114
telephone lines through
114
Okmulgee, term of court at
120
Old Settlers' (Western Cherokee) claim referred to Court of Claims
316
Old Winnebago Reserve, S. Dak., Executive orders establishing
896
Omaha, allotments
213
descent according to State law
214
lieu allotments
213
patents, contents of
213,214
to women and children born since completion of former allotments
486
annuities, expenditure of, under direction of agent
270
per capita payment of, appropriations for
270
commissioners for allotting and sale of reservation, compensation of
214
funds of, payment of part per capita
270,754
proceeds of sale of Nebraska lands
139,213,363
proceeds of lands sold to Winnebago to be held for civilization purposes
153
lands in Nebraska, part purchased for Winnebago
153
sale of, contiguous entries in certain cases
364
forfeitures not to be declared in certain cases
364
proceeds to be held in trust
363
laws of United States and State extended over allottees
214
legislation relating to, note
212
reservation in Nebraska, allotments in severalty on
213,486
sale of
212,231
appraisement of lands
212
mill to be erected
231
patents
213
payment, time extended
231
proceeds, disposal of
213
survey
212
terms of sale
212
western part, sale
138
appraisement
138
commissioners to be appointed
138
fund derived from proceeds
139
Omaha Reservation in Nebraska, western part, method of sale
138
price of land
139
proceeds, disposal of
139
statistics
1038
tribal trust lands
214
Omaha, warehouse for supplies at
87,620
Omaha and Winnebago Agency, Nebr., statistics
1038
Omaha Northern Railway Company, right of way through Omaha and Winnebago Reservation in Nebraska
634
time for construction extended
749
Omaha Reservation, Nebr., Eastern Nebraska and Gulf Railway granted right of way through
513
time for construction extended
616
Omaha Northern Railway Company granted right of way through
634
time for construction extended
749
reserve for school to be erected by Presbyterian Board of Home Missions
551
sale of reservation, forfeiture for nonpayment
271
time for payment extended
271
Sioux City and Omaha Railway Company granted right of way through
682
Women's National Indian Association to have 5 acres reserved
271
Oneida, statistics
1034,1037
Onondaga, statistics
1037
Ontonagon Reserve, Mich., Executive orders establishing
848
Ordinances, Cherokee Nation, approval by President and publication
112,727,728
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, approved by President
654
Creek Council, approved by President and publication
112,661,739
town-site, in Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, not to conflict with United States laws
651
Oregon, Alsea and Siletz Reservation, established
157
Executive orders relating to reservations in
886
Oregon Indian wars (1851 to 1856), pensions to survivors of
123
Oregon Railway and Navigation Company, rights in Umatilla Reservation not affected by sale of part of that reservation
211
right of way through Nez Perce Reservation, Idaho
288
Orphans, agents to select allotments for
33
funds of, Cherokee Nation, interest to be used to support the Cherokee Orphan Asylum
793
Choctaw Nation, sale of certain lands to be credited to
655
Creek Nation
323
general provisions relative to
13
Osage, account of funds to be stated
187
allotments in severalty, general act of 1887 inapplicable
35
civil actions against, district court of Oklahoma to have jurisdiction
87
terms of court at Pawhuska
87
civilization fund, account of, to be stated
187
funds of, accumulated interest to be distributed
741
payment to Cherokee for reservation in Indian Territory
142
proceeds of rents of pasture lands to be distributed
741
legislation relative to, note
137
Reservation in Indian Territory purchased from Cherokee
137,138,142
Kansa to be located on
138
payment for lands
138
railroad, telegraph, and telephone lines through
118
Reservation in Kansas—
 
Leavenworth, Lawrence and Galveston Railroad may purchase land for right of way
164,165
Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad may purchase land for right of way
164,165
sale of lands
164,165
account of sales to be stated
187
remaining lands to be sold
193,209
taxation of lands permitted
165
statistics
1038
traders, accounts to be examined and adjusted
741
general provisions respecting
741
trust and diminished reserve lands to be sold
193,209
isolated tracts to be sold
703
second entries confirmed
438
Osage Agency, Okla., statistics
1038
Osette Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
920
Oto and Missouri, allotments in severalty
510
alienation restricted for ten years
511
funds of, part may be used for improvement of allotments
566
proceeds of lands sold for Iowa Reservation
566
reservation in Kansas and Nebraska
167,190
legislation relative to, note
190
Oto and Missouri, removal to Ponca Agency, Okla
190
reservation in Kansas and Nebraska, sale of lands in
139,167,177,190
revision and readjustment of sales
484,698
reservation in Oklahoma for Iowa to be purchased from
566
statistics
1039
Oto and Missouri Reservation, Okla., telephone right of way granted Missouri and Kansas Telephone Company
676
Oto Reserve, Ind., T., Executive orders establishing
844
Ottawa, allotments in Indian Territory, sale to Miami Town Company for cemetery purposes
600
on lands in Michigan
158,161
education, property held in trust for
143
settlement of controversy regarding
145
lands in Indian Territory, sale of, to Miami Town Company
407
Kansas, taxation of certain
144
Michigan, allotments on
158,161
to be entered under homestead laws
158,161
legislation relative to, note
143
statistics
1036,1040
Ottawa and Chippewa Reserve, Mich., Executive orders establishing
849
Ottawa University, lands exempt from taxation
144
Otter Tail Pillager Chippewa, statistics
1046
to settle on White Earth Reservation
133
Ouray, salary for, while head chief of Ute
152,186

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Paiute, Moapa River Reservation, reduced to 1,000 acres
157
statistics
1035,1037,1045
Palouse, embraced in Yakima Nation
529
Palouse and Spokane Railway Company, right of way through Nez Perce Reservation in Idaho
351
Papago, statistics
1038
Papago Reservation, Ariz., Arizona Southern Railroad granted right of way through
211
Citrous Water Company, may construct an irrigationg ditch through
301
Executive orders establishing
805
Parallel railroads, grants to, forbidden
103
Paris, Choctaw and Little Rock Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
281
Park Hill Mission School, lands in Cherokee Nation reserved for
725,790
Parks, Cherokee Nation, town sites may purchase land for
795
Creek Nation, town sites may purchase land for
764
Partition of allotments, laws of State, or Territory to govern
34
Kansas to apply to Indian Territory
34
Passports to persons entering the Indian country
17
Pasturage on reservations, proceeds of, to be held for benefit of tribe
31
Patents for allotments under general allotment act
34,35
surrender of, on taking lien allotments
39
Pauls Valley, term of court at
71
Pawhuska, terms of district court at
87
Pawnee agreement of November 23, 1892
496
allotments in severalty
497
annuities, treaty of September 24, 1857, amended
498
cession of lands
496
disposal of
497
payment for
496,498
Creek lands purchased
161
funds of, proceeds of cession, November 23, 1892
496
surplus proceeds of Nebraska lands, $300,000 appropriated
160
legislation relative to, note
159
removal to Indian Territory, expenses, how paid
160
reservation in Indian Territory, established
160
allotments upon
161
Nebraska, sale of
139,159
advertisement
159
appraisals
159
improvements
159
patents
160
price of lands
159
proceeds, disposal of
160
waste by purchasers
159
statistics
1039
Payments, to contractors, approval of work before 50 per cent of price is paid
12
Indians, by whom to be made
8,79
Choctaw and Chickasaw to be per capita
654
special agents
76
in money, may be paid in goods
8
per capita and not to tribal authorities in Five Civilized Tribes
97
persons under influence of intoxicants not to receive
9
persons 18 years old may receipt for annuities
102
tribes at war not to receive
24
Pecan Creek Colored Boarding School, lands in Creek Nation reserved for
735
Peglow, J. W., lease of sand deposits from Seneca Nation, confirmed
744
Pembina Chippewa, statistics
1046
to settle on White Earth Reservation
143
Penalties, actions for
15
in violations of law relative to intoxicants, actions for
18
Pend d'Oreille, Bitter Root Valley lands to be sold, members of tribe may enter 160 acres
135
statistics
1032
Pension claims, agents may take acknowledgments
21,64
Indians not to take constitutional oath
22
limitations in pending claims of Indians extended
21
payment to pensioners in Indian Territory
30
proofs may be before agents
22
survivors of Indian wars
122
widows of Indian soldiers and sailors
21
proof of marriage
21
Peoria, allotments in Indian Territory
344
general act of 1887 not applicable
35
Quapaw Agency, sale of 100 acres by adult allottees holding over 200 acres
620
leases of
345
persons taking allotment to become citizens
54
sale by heirs of deceased allottees
702
sale to Miami Town Company for cemetery purposes
600
citizenship conferred upon allottees
54
claim referred to Court of Claims
346
funds of, to be paid per capita
407
mining leases valid for twenty-five years; persons occupying leased lands may be removed if deemed improper
407
parents to be guardians of minor children
54
statistics
1040
surplus lands unallotted, disposal permitted
752
Per capita payments to be made to Indians
97
Cherokee Nation, officer of Indian Department to make
797
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
654
Indians over 18 years of age may give receipt
102
Perjury, falsely testifying before commissioner to Five Civilized Tribes
99
Permanent annuities, Cherokee, Eastern Band, appropriation for
20
Permit taxes, Creek Nation, lessees of allotments not to pay
738
Perry's Island (Swinomish Reserve), Wash., Executive orders establishing
925
Personal property, mortgages of, in Indian Territory, recording of
84
Quapaw Agency, recording at Miami
700
Piankeshaw, allotments in Indian Territory
344
lease of
345
claim referred to Court of Claims
346
funds to be paid per capita
407
included in United Peoria and Miami
148
mining leases valid for twenty-five years; persons deemed improper may be removed from leased lands
407
statistics
1040
Piegan–
 
agreement of February 11, 1887
261
allotments
263
area
263
descent by Montana laws
263
patents, contents of
263
title in trust for twenty-five years
263
tribal rights of allottees not prejudiced
263
annuities–
 
preference to industrious Indians
262,263
surplus not required, retention for benefit of tribe
263
boundaries of reservation
262,266
cattle to have brand of Indian Department and not to be sold
262
cession of lands
262
employees at agency, Indians preferred
262
patents to indicate restrictions
263
purpose of agreement
262
reservation–
 
rights of way through
264
to be separated from other tribes
262
legislation relative to, note
149
reservation established in Montana
150,262
statistics
1029
Pigeon River Improvement, Slide, and Boom Company, removal of obstruction to floating logs in Pigeon River authorized
744
Pike, Albert, heirs of, may sue in Court of Claims for amount due from Choctaw Nation
565
Pillagers, Ottertail band, to settle on White Earth Reservation
133
Pima, statistics
1038
Pima Agency, Ariz., statistics
1038
Pima and Maricopa Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
806
Pima Reservation, Ariz., electric power plant may be constructed for, by Arizona Water Company
714
Pine lands, Chippewa reservations in Minnesota, sale of
303,304,576,757
Pine Ridge Agency, S. Dak., statistics
1039
Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota, boundaries defined
328
Pipestone Reservation, Minn.
 
(See also “Red Pipestone Reservation, Minn.”)
 
industrial schools to be established on
399
Pisquose, embraced in Yakima Nation
529
Pitt River Indians, statistics
1035,1041
Pittsburg, Columbus and Fort Smith Railroad Company, right of way through Indian Territory
359
Plats of surveys in Indian Territory, filing of
82
town sites in Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Creek nations, commissions to commence work on filing of
106,107
filing of
96,106
town authorities may be permitted to make
107
Pocatello town site, boundaries of, fixed
294,295
water rights in Fort Hall Reservation
295,408
Police authority of Fort Smith extended over strip of land in Arkansas
92
crimes against, laws of United States to be enforced
36
employment of, Indians to be preferred
35
Ponca–
 
allotments to
332
annuities may be paid in money
599
woolen clothing to those in Nebraska and Dakota to be delivered by November 1 of each year
620
bridge across Niobrara River for access to reservation
510
civilization of, fund appropriated for
175
claims to be adjusted
191
fund of $70,000, established
191
lands in Nebraska, title extinguished
946
removal to Indian Territory
167,175
reservation in Indian Territory purchased
191
statistics
1039,1041
Ponca Agency, Oto and Missouri removed to
190
Ponca, Pawnee, Oto, and Oakland Agency, Okla., statistics
1039
Ponca Reservation, allotments on
332
telephone right of way granted Missouri and Kansas Telephone Company
676
Port Madison Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
920
Posse comitatus, marshal may employ in executing process in Indian country
19
Post, Frederick, agreement with Cœur d'Alene for purchase of mill site
424
Potawatomi—
 
allotments in Indian Territory to Citizens Band
410
selection of
414
Citizens Band—
 
agreement of June 25, 1890
409
allotments
410
cession of lands
409
payment for lands
411
allotments in severalty
410,520
excess of 80 acres may be sold by allottees
520
sale by heirs of deceased allottees
701
sale when allottees do not reside within the State or Territory
520,521,701
claim against United States and Prairie Band referred to the Court of Claims
414
lands in Oklahoma, proclamation opening to settlement
951
payments to, may be made in Kansas as well as in Oklahoma
457
payment of funds remaining unexpended of appropriation to execute agreement of June 25, 1890
520
claims for losses of property of, referred to the Court of Claims
408
of Potawatoni of Indiana and Michigan referred to the Court of Claims
348
funds for stray bands in Wisconsin
127
lands in Kansas, allotments
568
conveyances by certain patentees confirmed
175
unallotted lands to be sold
567,680
Indians may purchase
568
patents to issue when paid for
588
proceeds to be held in trust
567
school lands excepted
568
surplus to be sold
680
lands in Oklahoma, settlers may commute entries and time for payment extended
505,565
legislation relative to, note
175
Prairie Band, allotments, absentees and children
681
claim of Citizens' Band against, referred to the Court of Claims
414
lands in Kansas to be sold
680
payment for lands
681
statistics
1036,1039,1042
Potawatomi and Great Nemaha Agency, Kans., statistics
1039
Poteau, term of court at Cameron transferred to
108
Poteau River, Choctaw Nation, bridge across may be constructed by Fort Smith and Choctaw Bridge Company
279
United States courts to settle controversies
328
Prairie Band of Potawatomi. (See “Potawatomi, Prairie Band.”)
 
Presbyterian Board of Home Missions, reserve for school on Omaha Reservation in Nebraska
551
Presbyterian School, Tahlequah, lands in Cherokee Nation reserved for
724,790
President, acts and ordinances of Cherokee council to be approved by
112,728
Chickasaw council to be approved by
654
Choctaw council to be approved by
654
Creek council to be approved by
112,661,739
Five Civilized Tribes to be approved by
88
agents and superintendents, services may be discontinued by
5
allotments in severalty to be made by
56
trust period may be extended
34
appointment of agents
5
Board of Indian Commissioners
4
Commissioner of Indian Affairs
1
field officers of militia in Indian Territory
90
inspectors
4
special agents
6
subagents
6
consolidation and abolition of agencies by
29
detail of army officers as agents
100
discontinuation and transfer of agencies by
6
general superintendence of tribes moved west of the Mississippi
14
location of agencies to be designated by
6
military force may be employed by, to remove intruders
14
regulations regarding Indian affairs to be prescribed
1
settlement of accounts of officers
1
trade with Indians under direction of
17
treaties may be annulled by
8
Proceedings in rem to be as under revenue laws
15
in case of intoxicants seized
18
Proceeds of lands, interest on to be invested at not less than 5 per cent
10
Process, marshals executing in Indian country may employ posse comitatus
19
Property at reservations, not required, removal or sale of
101
Pryor Creek, term of court at
121
Public buildings, Cherokee Nation, sale of
725
lands, entry by Indians entitled to allotment
57
under homestead laws
31
expenses of sales under treaties not to be deducted from proceeds unless specially provided
32
land strip (Beaver County, Okla.), boundaries
45
lands open to settlement
46
patents for lands
505
Pueblo and Jicarilla Agency, N. Mex., statistics
1040
Pueblo Indians, statistics
1040
Pueblo Industrial School Reserve, Executive orders establishing
877
Pueblo of San Felipe, N. Mex., Executive orders establishing
878
Purcell, term of court at
71
Purchase of supplies, bids and advertisements
8
in open market under exigency
112
may be before appropriation on the basis of the preceding year
69
Secretary of War to buy from Indians when practicable
387
Push-e-ten-neke-que, life annuity of $500 granted to
701
Puyallup, agreement of November 21, 1876, with agent for Northern Pacific Railroad Company
465
statistics
1040
Puyallup Agency, Wash., statistics
1040
Puyallup Commission, appointment and duties
487,488
authority continued
560,752
completion of work
599
sale of allotted land
621
Puyallup Reservation, Wash., commission to sell lands, etc. (see Puyallup Commission)—
 
Executive orders establishing
922
Indians of, alienation of allotments restricted
488
sale of part after ten years
488
Northern Pacific Railroad Company granted right of way through
465
Puyallup Valley Railway Company granted right of way through
290
Puyallup Valley Railway Company, right of way through Puyallup Reservation, Wash
290
Pyramid Lake Reserve, Nevada, Executive orders establishing
868

—Q—

Quapaw, allotments in severalty, act of tribal council providing for, confirmed
566
alienation restricted for twenty-five years
567
amendment to treaty of February 23, 1867, explained
136
indebtedness of, land may be sold to liquidate
742
lands in Kansas ceded by, sale of
136
lands not exceeding 400 acres may be disposed of for schools and to liquidate indebtedness
742
legislation relative to, note
136
statistics
1040
Quapaw Agency, crimes and offenses in, jurisdiction of district court of Kansas
63
leases by allottees in
619
mortgages of chattels, recordation at Miami
700
Ponca removed
175
records of deeds, etc., to be kept at Miami
121,597
statistics
1040
to be included in northern judicial district of Indian Territory
70
Queet, statistics
1040
Qui tam actions for penalties
15
in case of intoxicants
18
Quillehute, statistics
1037
Quileute Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
923
Quinaielt, statistics
1040
Quinaielt Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
923

—R—

Railroads—
 
general provisions for rights of way through Indian lands
102
allotment act of 1887 not to affect grants
36
application for, ability to construct road
103
hearing may be granted
103
appraisal of damages for property taken by board
103
compensation of members of board
104
Cherokee Nation, not to be benefited by transfer of title to allottees
726
compensation for lands
103
damages to be assessed
103
deposit of award
104
mails to be transported
104
maps to be filed
103
Oklahoma and Indian Territory not included in general provisions
118
parallel grants to be refused
103
regulations to be issued
104
repeal, right reserved
104
stations to be established at town sites
66
grants of tribal lands by Secretary of Interior
77
grounds for, area
78,103
surveys
103
time for construction, extensions
104
width of grant, not to exceed 50 feet each side of center line
103
cuts and fills, may extend 100 feet
103
in Indian Territory (see also Indian Territory, railroads in)
114
annuities to tribes
116
crossings, how made
54,117
trains to stop at, except where automatic signals
56,117
leases of connecting lines
90
mortgages to be recorded in Interior Department
117
not embraced in general provisions for railroads through Indian lands
118
obstructing and destroying property, penalty
43
shooting or throwing into trains, penalty
78
stations
114
grounds for, compensation for land
77
contiguous land only to be taken
78
town sites in Choctaw and Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Creek nations, irrespective of population, may be established at
107
in Oklahoma—
 
not embraced in general provisions for railroads through Indian lands
118
restrictions as to grants of land
47
in country of various tribes—
 
Assiniboin Reservation in Montana
264
Blackfeet Reservation in Montana
264,607
Blood Reservation in Montana
264
Cherokee Nation, allotments not to inure to benefit of
726
Cherokee Outlet
492
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, legislation requested
650
Creek Nation
735
Grosventres Reservation in Montana
264
Piegan Reservation in Montana
264
River Crow Reservation in Montana
264
Sioux Reservation in Montana
264
special provisions for various railroads—
 
Albany and Astoria Railroad Company, through Grande Ronde Reservation, Oreg
512
Arizona Southern Railroad Company, through Papago Reservation, Ariz
211
Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Company, through Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
572,669
Arkansas Northwestern Railway Company, through Indian Territory
589
amended provisions relative to
687
Arkansas, Texas and Mexican Central Railway, through Indian Territory
517
amended provisions
639
Atchison and Nebraska Railroad Company, through Iowa and Sauk and Fox reservations in Kansas and Nebraska
594
Big Horn Southern Railroad Company, through Crow Reservation, Mont
309
time for construction extended and route amended
479
Billings, Clark's Fork and Cooke City Railroad Company, over Crow Reservation, Mont
277
Brainerd and Northern Minnesota Railroad Company—
 
through Chippewa Reservation in Minnesota
571
through Leech Lake Reservation in Minnesota
514,571
Cedar Rapids, Iowa Falls and Northwestern Railway Company, through Pipestone Reservation, Minn
343
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company, lessee, through Iowa and Sauk and Fox reservations in Kansas and Nebraska
594
Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company, through Indian Territory
250
sale of franchises to Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company
358
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company, through Sioux lands in Dakota
334,431
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company, through Indian Territory
472
additional land for station and ``Y'' in the Chickasaw Nation
475
may purchase rights of Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company
358
time for construction extended
630
Choctaw Coal and Railroad Company, through Indian Territory
256
leases from Choctaw Nation
373
purchasers of franchises may organize a new company
547
route amended
311
time for construction extended
399,509
transfer of franchises
595
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company, successor to Choctaw Coal and Railroad Company, additional provisions relative to
595,697
Clearwater Short Line Railway Company, through Nez Perce Reservation, Idaho
684
Clearwater Valley Railway Company, through Nez Perce lands in Idaho
679
time for construction extended
750
Columbia and Red Mountain Railway Company, through Colville Reservation, Wash
581
Dakota Central Railroad Company, through Sioux Reservation
334
Denison and Northern Railway Company, through Indian Territory
451
amended provisions relative to
596
time for construction extended
635
Denison and Washita Valley Railroad Company, through Indian Territory
235
branch line may be constructed
354
Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railway, through Indian Territory
631
rights transferred to Denison, Bonham and Gulf Railroad Company
684
Duluth and North Dakota Railroad Company, through Winnibigoshish, Chippewa, White Oak Point, and Red Lake reservations in Minnesota
593
Duluth and Winnipeg Railway Company—
 
through Fond du Lac Reservation, Minn
297
through Leech Lake and White Earth reservations
342
through Winnibigoshish, Cass Lake, White Oak Point, and Red Lake reservations
352
through Chippewa and White Earth reservations
550
rights transferred to Duluth, Superior and Western Railroad Company and time for construction extended
619
Duluth, Rainy Lake and Southwestern Railroad Company, through Chippewa Reservation in Minnesota
260
Duluth, Superior and Western Railroad Company, through Chippewa Reservation
619
Eastern Nebraska and Gulf Railway, through Omaha and Winnebago Reservation, Nebr
513
time for construction extended
616
Enid and Anadarko Railway Company, granted right of way through Indian Territory and Oklahoma
744
Forest City and Sioux City Railroad Company, through Sioux Reservation
553
Forest City and Watertown Railroad Company, through Sioux Reservation
325
Fort Gibson, Tahlequah and Great Northeastern Railway Company, through the Indian Territory
403
Fort Smith and El Paso Railroad Company, through Indian Territory
274
Fort Smith and Western Coal Railroad Company, through Indian Territory
577
time for construction extended and crossings to be constructed
644
Fort Smith and Western Railroad Company, through Choctaw and Creek nations
692
amended provisions relative to
700
Fort Smith, Paris and Dardanelle Railroad Company, granted right of way through Indian Territory
317
Fort Worth and Denver City Railway Company, through Indian Territory
247
time for construction extended and route amended
379
Gainesville, McAllister and St. Louis Railroad Company, through Indian Territory
476
amended provisions relating to
580,668
time for construction extended
679
Gainesville, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Company, through Indian Territory
462
Galena, Guthrie and Western Railway Company, through Indian Territory
355
Gila Valley, Globe and Northern Railway Company, through San Carlos Reservation, Ariz
554
time for construction extended
627
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railroad Company, through Indian Territory
217
Hutchinson and Southern Railroad Company, through the Indian Territory
364
route extended
438
time for construction extended
438,551
Interoceanic Railway Company through Indian Territory
500
amendments to grant
594
Jamestown and Northern Railway Company through Devils Lake Reservation, N. Dak
743
Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway through Indian Territory
231,400
time for construction extended
511
Kansas City and Pacific Railroad Company through Indian Territory
267
time for construction extended
348
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Gulf Railway Company through Indian Territory
239
grant repealed
321
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Memphis Railroad Company through Indian Territory
584
Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf Railroad Company through Indian Territory
469
amended provisions relative to
558,569
Kansas, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Company through Chilocco Reservation, Okla
645
Kansas, Oklahoma Central and Southwestern Railway through Indian Territory
505
amended provisions relative to
617,677
Kettle River Valley Railway Company through Colville Reservation
644
Little Falls, Mille Lacs and Lake Superior Railroad Company through Mille Lacs Reservation, Minn
362
Little River Valley Railway Company through Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
673
Maricopa and Phoenix Railroad Company through Gila River Reservation
243
Marinette and Western Railroad Company through Menominee Reservation
443
Milwaukee, Lake Shore and Western Railway Company through Lac de Flambeau Reservation, Wis
278
Minnesota and Manitoba Railroad Company through Red Lake Reservation, Minn
698
Missoula and Northern Railroad Company through Flathead Reservation, Mont
437
Moorhead, Leech Lake and Wisconsin Railroad Company through White Earth Reservation, Minn
306
Muscogee Coal and Railway Company through Indian Territory and Oklahoma
627
Muskogee, Oklahoma and Western Railroad Company through Oklahoma and Indian Territory
612
Nebraska, Kansas and Gulf Railway Company through Indian Territory
635
Newport and Kings Valley Railroad through Siletz Reservation, Oreg
287,381
Northern Mississippi Railway Company through Chippewa Reservation, Minn
547
Northern Pacific Railroad Company—
 
through Crow Reservation
202
through Puyallup Reservation
465
through Yakima Reservation
486
Omaha Northern Railway Company through Omaha and Winnebago Reservation, Nebr
634
time for construction extended
749
Oregon Railway and Navigation Company through Nez Percé Reservation, Idaho
288
Palouse and Spokane Railway Company through Nez Percé Reservation, Idaho
351
Paris, Choctaw and Little Rock Railroad Company through Indian Territory
281
Pittsburg, Columbus and Fort Smith Railroad Company through Indian Territory
359
Puyallup Valley Railway Company through Puyallup Reservation, Wash
290
Red Lake and Western Railway and Navigation Company through Red Lake Reservation, Minn
378
Rio Grande Junction Railway Company, lieu lands for right of way relinquished, to be conveyed
382
Rocky Fork and Cooke City Railway Company through Crow Reservation, Mont
254
St. Louis and Oklahoma City Railroad Company through Indian Territory and Oklahoma
581
St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company through Indian Territory
206
time for construction extended
235
St. Louis, Oklahoma and Southern Railroad Company through Indian Territory
585
time for construction extended
677
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railroad Company—
 
through Fort Berthold and Blackfeet Reservation
246
through White Earth Reservation
317
through White Earth, Leech Lake, Chippewa and Fond du Lac reservations
515
time for construction extended
618
Sherman and Northwestern Railway Company through Indian Territory
368
Sioux City and Omaha Railway Company through Omaha and Winnebago Reservation, Nebr
287,682
Southern Kansas Railway Company through Indian Territory
220
Southern Pacific Railroad Company through Yuma Reservation, Cal
544
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway Company through Colville Reservation, Wash
349
Utah and Northern Railroad Company through Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho
199,293,295
Utah Midland Railroad Company through Uncompahgre and Uintah Reservation
255
Washington and Idaho Railroad Company through Cœur d'Alene Reservation, Wash
272
Washington Improvement and Development Company through Colville Reservation, Wash
643
Yankton and Missouri Valley Railway Company through Yankton Reservation, Dak
311
Rations, commutation of, to civilized Indians
63,101
nonattendance at schools, rations may be withheld from parents
65,66
Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho
170
Sioux
170
Southern Ute in Colorado, issuance to allottees and reservation Indians at designated places
599
to be issued Indians visiting military posts and agencies
13
special accounts to be kept
13
Raven Mining Company, entry of mining claims on Uintah and White River Ute lands
753
Recording of deeds and conveyances
 
Cherokee Nation
722,723,727,796
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations
649
Creek Nation, land records
659
Indian Territory—
 
clerks of court to act as recorders
52
mortgages of nonresidents, where recorded
84
mortgages of railroad property in Interior Department
117
northern district, at Vinita
121
Quapaw Agency, at Miami
121,597
Red Cliff Reservation, Wis., allotments in severalty on
569
Executive orders establishing
933
extension of boundaries confirmed
569
Red Cloud Agency, agreement with Oglala, Sioux, Arapaho, and Cheyenne at, September 26, 1876
169,171
Red Cloud Band of Sioux, ponies taken from, to be paid for
339
Red Lake and Western Railway and Navigation Company through Red Lake Reservation, Minn
378
Red Lake Chippewa, statistics
1046
Red Lake Reservation, Minn.—
 
allotments on
303
Executive orders establishing
852
pine lands in, sale of
576
railroads through—
 
Duluth and North Dakota Railroad Company
593
Duluth and Winnipeg Railroad Company
352
Duluth, Rainy Lake and Southwestern Railroad Company
260
Minnesota and Manitoba Railway Company
698
Red Lake and Western Railway and Navigation Company
378
Red Leaf Band of Sioux, ponies taken from, to be paid for
339
Red Pipestone Reservation, Minn.—
 
agricultural lands to be disposed of
343
Cedar Rapids, Iowa Falls and Northwestern Railroad Company granted right of way through
343
Redwing, Alexander, may sell land for cemetery purposes on Santee Sioux Reservation
485
Redwood Indians, statistics
1041
Regulations to be prescribed
1
acknowledgments of deeds, etc., before agents
6
homestead entries by Indians
23
prohibition of sales of arms to hostile Indians
1
settlement of accounts
1
teaching of agriculture, reading, etc
7
traders with the Indians
27
Religious organizations, lands of, in town sites in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations not to be appraised or sold
651
occupied by, on Sisseton and Wahpeton Reservation, Dak., preferred right of purchase accorded
432
of, not exceeding 160 acres, on reservations allotted, to be confirmed to
35
reserves for, on Cheyenne and Arapaho lands ceded October, 1890
416
Crow lands in Montana
436
Kickapoo ceded lands
482
Nez Percés lands
539
Seminole lands
664
Wichita lands
562
Religions worship in Indian Territory, penalty for disturbing
43
Remains of deceased employees, transportation unauthorized
89
Removal of settlers from Indian lands, military force may be employed
14
Rents of timber lands in Five Civilized Tribes, payable only to tribal authorities
97
Reports (see also Annual Report, etc.) of agents to be made to Commissioner of Indian Affairs
5
Reservations—
 
Commissioner of Indian Affairs may remove persons found on, without authority of law
19
dead timber to be cut and sold
39
depredations upon timber on reservations, penalty
37
highways may be granted through
114
President may allot lands in severalty on
56
products of, may be sold and proceeds held for benefit of tribe
36
property not required on, Secretary of Interior may remove or sell
101
Revenues, Cherokee Nation, collection of, by officer appointed by Secretary of Interior
726,796
Rights of way (see also Railroad rights of way).
 
railroads, telegraph, and telephone lines through reservations, allotments, etc
102
roads and highways
114
telegraph, telephone lines, and railroads through Indian Territory and Oklahoma
114
through Blackfeet Reservation, Mont
263,607
Rio Grande Junction Railway Company, lieu land may be conveyed to, for land released by said company
382
River Crows—
 
agreement of December 28, 1886
261
allotments
263
area
262
descent by laws of Montana
263
patents for, contents
263
title in trust for twenty-five years
263
allottees not to lose tribal rights
263
annuities
262
not required, retention for benefit of tribe
263
preference to industrious Indians
263
boundaries of reservation
264
cattle, brand of Indian Department to be on
262
sale forbidden
262
cession of lands
262
employees at agency, Indians preferred
262
purpose of agreement
262
reservation, boundaries
264
marking of
264
rights of way through
264
to be separate from other tribes
262
legislation relative to, note
149
reservation established in Montana
150,262
Robbery in Indian Territory, punishment for
37
Rock Academy, lands reserved from allotment
775
Rocky Fork and Cooke City Railway Company, right of way through Crow Reservation, Mont
254
Rogue River, statistics
1033
Rolls of citizenship (see also Commission to Five Civilized Tribes)—
 
Cherokee Nation
98,723,791
infants, applications to be filed for
792
partial lists to be forwarded to Secretary of Interior
791
persons enrolled in other tribes excluded
791
rights extinguished by death prior to September 1, 1902
792
roll of 1880 confirmed
98
roll of freedmen
81,98
to be investigated by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
98
Chickasaw Nation
775,779
freedmen
81,98,648
whites intermarried
98
Choctaw Nation
775,779
Mississippi band
87,98,106,780
whites intermarried
98
Creek Nation
736,762
children born up to May 25, 1901, to be added
119,762
freedmen
81,98
Five Civilized Tribes—
 
Commission to prepare
81,88,98
description of persons
98
finality when approved
99,112
members recognized by tribe to be enrolled
106
not to be enrolled in more than one tribe
98
time for closing to be fixed
112
tribal to be given effect
80
freedmen, Five Civilized Tribes
81,98
Kansa Nation, agents' rolls to be final
766
Seminole
702
Stockbridge and Munsee
500
Rosebud Agency, S. Dak., statistics
1041
Rosebud Reservation, Dak., boundaries defined
328
Indians of, agreement of March 10, 1898, settlement of Lower Brule Sioux on reservation
690
Lower Brule Sioux on, payment for land allotted
599
to have share of tribal funds credited separately
688
Round Valley Reservation, Cal., allotments to Indian on, of agricultural lands
376
boundaries to be ascertained
148
Executive orders establishing
824
Indians of, fund derived from sale of lands to be held in trust for
377
lands in, to be reserved from sale
149
part restored to public lands
148
sale of lands, application of proceeds
148
sale of unallotted lands
377
occupants preferred
377
proceeds to be held in trust
377
survey and appraisements
376,377
statistics
1041
Royalties on lease of mineral lands in Indian Territory
94,97
Ryan, term of court at
71

—S—

Sabine Indian wars of 1836, pensions to survivors
123
Sacred Heart Mission, reservation of Potawatomi lands for
410
St. Louis, assistant treasurer at, to keep accounts with treasurer of Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creeks, and Cherokee
158
St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company, construction of railroad and telegraph lines through Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
206
time for construction extended
235
St. Louis and Oklahoma City Railroad Company, right of way through Indian Territory
581
St. Louis, Oklahoma and Southern Railroad Company, right of way through Indian Territory
505
amended provisions relative to
617
time for construction extended
677
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railroad Company, right of way—
 
through White Earth Reservation, Minn
317
through Fort Berthold and Blackfeet Reservation
246
through White Earth, Leech Lake, Chippewa, and Fond du Lac reservations, in Minnesota
515
time for construction extended
618
Saint Regis, statistics
1037
Salaries, compensation by, to be in full of services
7
of agents
5,67
assistant attorney-general to defend depredation claims
63,66
Commissioner of Indian Affairs
1
district attorneys in Indian Territory
85
employees, annual report of
10
inspectors
4
of interpreters
7
secretary of Board of Indian Commissioners
4
subagents
6
Sales, of—
 
arms and ammunition, penalty for
17
depredations claims to be void
61
Indian lands, except by treaty, to be void
14
register and receiver to conduct
20
natural products of reservations, to be held for benefit of tribe
31
Five Civilized Tribes excepted
31
proceeds to be expended in discretion of Secretary of Interior
36
Salines, Cherokee Nation, lease for twenty years
214,215
proceeds to go to education fund
215
Outlet, restored to public domain
994
Sallisaw, term of court at
121
Salt River Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
809
San Carlos Agency, Ariz., statistics
1041
San Carlos Reservation, Ariz., coal and mineral lands, disposal of
609,611
Executive orders establishing
810
Gila Valley, Globe and Northern Railway Company granted right of way through
554
time for construction extended
627
Indians of, agreement of February 25, 1896
609
separate agency created
87
Sanpoil, statistics
1030
Sans Arcs Sioux, statistics
1030
Santee Agency, Nebr., statistics
1041
Santee Normal Training School, additional land may be purchased by
336
Santee Reservation, Nebr., agreement with Sioux at, September 26, 1876
169,172
Santee Sioux—
 
allotments in Nebraska
330
patents to issue
666
sale of land by Alexander Redwing to American Missionary Association for cemetery purposes
485
annuities—
 
permanent fund for
335
to be paid certain members
598
attorneys, employment of, at not to exceed $1,000 per annum
447
lands to be purchased for those not allotted on reservation
386
statistics
1041
Santian, statistics
1033
Sapulpa, term of court at
120
Sauk and Foxes, agreement of June 12, 1890
389
allotments in severalty
390
selection of
392
annuities, payment of
391
cession of lands
389
payment by United States of $485,000
391
allotments to be made to
230,245
area of
230
certificates for
230
general act of 1887 not applicable
35
in Indian Territory
390
patents for
230
to children born subsequent to allotment
521
annuities arising from sale of reservation in Kansas and Nebraska
229
derived from cession of 1890
391
funds of, derived from cession of 1890
391
proceeds of lands
521
proceeds of reservation in Kansas and Nebraska
168,229
lands ceded by agreement of June 12, 1890, to be disposed of to actual settlers
398
in Nebraska and Kansas, sale of
228,229
Oklahoma, proclamation opening to settlement
950
legislation relating to, note
228
of Iowa, claims released on payment of $100,000
398
funds of, credit from funds of Sauk and Fox of the Mississippi
598
of Missouri, allotments and annuities only to members enrolled January 1, 1890
58
allotments in severalty to children born since first allotment
521
funds of, payment of part per capita
755
proceeds of sale of lands under act of August 15, 1894
521
proceeds of Nebraska lands
140
removal authorized
140
sale of reservation in Nebraska
140
of unallotted lands
521
of the Mississippi, annuity of $500 for life to Push-e-ten-neke-que
701
part of funds transferred to credit of Sauk and Fox of Iowa
598
of Tama County, Iowa, jurisdiction over, assumed by the United States
598
removal of, how to be made
230
reservation for, to be secured
230
statistics
1039,1042
Sauk and Fox Agency, Iowa, statistics
1042
Sauk and Fox Agency, Okla., statistics
1042
Sauk and Fox Reservation, in Kansas and Nebraska, sale of lands in
167,229
right of way granted to Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company, lessee of Atchison and Nebraska Railroad Company
594
Sauk and Fox war of 1831, pension to survivors of
122
Schermerhorn, H. R., lands reserved from allotment
775
Schools, Absentee Shawnee ceded lands, sections reserved for
413
annual report to contain statistics of
32,36
Arapaho and Cheyenne lands, reservations for
416
attendance at, children not to be sent out of State or Territory unless parents consent
76
rations may be withheld from parents
66
not to be issued on account of children from 8 to 21 years not attending
65
rules to secure may be made by Commissioner of Indian Affairs
63
Bible may be taught in Indian language
38
Cherokee Nation, general provisions for
723
expenses, how paid
792
lands reserved for
724,790
teachers, qualifications
792
Cherokee training school, North Carolina, superintendent to act as agent
65,446
Chickasaw Nation, lands reserved for
775
Chilocco Industrial School, Indian Territory, lands reserved for
198,493,842
Chippewa Reservation in Minnesota, provisions for, from proceeds of ceded lands
305
Choctaw Nation, lands reserved for
775
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, to be supported from proceeds of coal and asphalt lands while members of tribes are not taxed
649
cities and towns in Indian Territory
95
Colville Reservation, lands reserved for Tonasket school
442,667
Creek Nation, expenses, how paid
739
fund for, how expended
738
lands occupied by, may be purchased
734
reserved for certain
735
teachers, employment of
738
Dakota, reserve for
198
employees at, to be reported annually
63,69,108
farmers, Indian boys to be employed as
87
industrial, established in Indian Territory
198
purchase of articles manufactured at
28
teachers, Indian boys to be employed as
87
to be established in Isabella County, Mich
399
Wisconsin
399
on Pipestone Reservation, Minn
399
inspection of, by superintendent of Indian schools
44
persons investigating may administer oaths
102
Kansa Nation, lands reserved for
768
Kickapoo lands in Kansas, lands reserved for
681
Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache ceded lands, reservations for
712
lands reserved for, on ceded reservations
437
indemnity selections
76
leases of, in Oklahoma
419
on Cheyenne and Arapaho lands
416
Fort Hall Reservation
708
Great Sioux Reservation
338
Kansa Reservation
768
Kickapoo lands
568
Oklahoma ceded reservations
47
Wichita ceded
561
reserved from allotment, Five Civilized Tribes
93
Lower Brule Reservation, S. Dak., maintenance of
689
matron's assistants, Indian girls to be employed as
87
Omaha Reservation, Nebr., lands reserved for Presbyterian Board of Home Missions
551
Pawnee Reservation, Nebr., industrial on
198
Potawatomi lands in Kansas, reserves for
681
Quapaw Nation, land may be dedicated for
742
sectarian, no appropriation for
87
Seminole Nation, fund provided and lands reserved for
150,663,664
Sioux Reservation in Dakota, establishment on, and children to be required to attend
336,386
fund for support
170
statistics of, to be annually reported by agents
32
superintendent of
44
additional duties may be required
102
allowance for traveling expenses
102
may act as agents
79
teachers, annual report of, by agents
32
Umatilla Reservation, Oreg., children to attend
227
fund for support
227
land reserved for
225
United Peoria and Miami lands in Indian Territory, reserves for
344
White Earth Reservation, lands granted for
150
Wichita ceded lands, reservations for
561
Scouts, force of Indians to be enlisted in the Army as
2
Nez PercéAs to be paid for services as
540
noncommissioned officers to be appointed
26
number increased
26
pay to be same as cavalry troops
2
for use of horses
27
Sioux to be paid for services as
485,526,559
Scrip, Kansa Indian, payment of, out of trust funds
285
Seapcats, embraced in Yakima Nation
529
Searches for intoxicants, officers may make
17
Second Auditor, copies of contracts to be furnished before payment made
24
Second Comptroller, abstract of bids to be filed with
27
Secretary of Board of Indian Commissioners
4
of Commission to Five Civilized Tribes
79,80
of Interior. (See Interior, Secretary of.) of War, to purchase supplies from Indians when practicable
387
Sectarian schools, no appropriation for
87
Seizure of intoxicants
18
property unlawfully in the Indian country, military force may be employed in
19
Seminole—
 
agreement of December 16, 1897
662
allotments, Commission to Five Civilized Tribes, to make
663
conveyance prior to patent void
663
leases of
663
patents, rights conferred by
664
church lands reserved
664
Creek lands to be purchased for allotment to
665
funds to be distributed per capita
664
intoxicants to be prohibited
664
lands to be appraised and allotted
663
loyal, claim to be submitted to the Senate
664,700
minerals, royalties to be paid on
663
schools, fund provided
663
lands reserved
663,664
United States court to be held at Wewoka
664
jurisdiction over real estate and crime
664
Wewoka, town site, disposal of lands in
663
agreement of October 7, 1899
702
descent of real and personal property
702
rolls of citizenship, who may be enrolled
702
allotments in severalty
498
citizenship accorded allottees
498
in Creek Nation to those domiciled there
738
not to exceed 160 acres
498
Annuities, expenditure in discretion of Commissioner of Indian Affairs
150
Creeks, domiciled in Seminole Nation to receive allotment there
738
funds, claims under certain treaties, payment of
664,700
expenditure of, for civilization, etc
150
proceeds of cession of 1866
340
of March 1, 1889
46,349
lands ceded by treaty of 1866, disposal to actual settlers
340
legislation relating to, note
662
railroad grants of lands, except rights of way, forfeited
340
school fund, annual appropriation for
150
statistics
1042,1045
town-sites may be entered on lands ceded by treaty of 1866
341
treaty of August 7, 1856, amended as to distribution of funds
150
Seminole war, pension to survivors of
122
Senate, claims of loyal Creeks to be determined by
660,736
loyal Seminole to be determined by
664
Seneca, agreement of January 3, 1893, with William B. Barker, ratified
468
Allegany and Cattaraugus reservations, boundaries of villages to be fixed
155
leases of lands in certain villages, valid for five years
155
jurisdiction of courts over
156
recording of
156
renewals
155,368
rents
156
surveys of leased lands
156
tribe to have possession
155
make leases
156
New York laws relative to highways extended over certain villages
156
allotments, minor children
752
provisions of general act of 1887 not applicable to those in New York
35
cemetery lands may be granted to Wildwood Cemetery Association
215
claims of Ogden Land Company to lands to be investigated
522
funds, interest to be paid at 5 per cent from July 1, 1902
752
payment per capita
752
permanent annuities funded
741
leases, agent for New York Agency to receive and disburse rents
715
for railroad purposes
155
of land in certain villages (see also, supra, subtitle Alleghany, etc., reservations)
155
renewals for term not to exceed ninety-nine years, except for railroad purposes
368
to William B. Barker of oil and gas wells
468
release of part of lands
622
to Erie Preserving Company, confirmed
715
to Ogden Land Company
522
J. W. Peglow, of sand banks
744
legislation relative to, note
155
statistics
1037,1040
Seneca Telephone Company, right of way granted through Indian Territory
703
Settlement of accounts. See Accounts. Settlers on Indian lands, penalty of $1,000 for
14
removal of
14
Navaho lands before reserved, to be compensated
285
removed from Crow Creek and Winnebago reservations, claims to be investigated
378
may file suit in Court of Claims
565
may reenter lands
338
Shawnee. (See also Absentee Shawnee and Eastern Shawnee.)
 
Black Bob's band, title to Kansas lands to be quieted
324
claims against Cherokee and United States to be presented to the Court of Claims
372,446
for diverted funds referred to Court of Claims
373
Eastern Band (see also Eastern Shawnee), agreement of June 23, 1874, ratified
158
allotments for minor children
752
lands in Indian Territory ceded for Modoc
158
funds of, transfer of certain annuities to Cherokee
521
lands of Black Bob's band, suit to be brought to quiet title to
324
legislation relating to, note
372
payments to, from Cherokee funds
300
Shebit. (See Shivwits.)
 
Shivwits, Nevada, statistics
1042
Sheepeaters—
 
agreement of May 14, 1880
314
allotments on Fort Hall Reservation
314
annuities in consideration of cession
314
cession of Lemhi Reservation, Idaho
314
removal to Fort Hall Reservation
314
statistics
1035
Sherman and Northwestern Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
368
Shinpahs, embraced in Yakima Nation
529
Shoalwater Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
924
Shoes, manufacture of, by Indians
69
Shooting at trains, etc., in Indian Territory
78
Shoshoni, agreement of September 26, 1872, with Eastern Band
153
annuities to be paid
154
cession of part of Wind River Reservation
154
intruders excluded from reservation
154
survey of southern boundary
154
agreement of May 14, 1880
314
allotments on Fort Hall Reservation
314
area
314
restrictions on title of allottees for twenty-five years
315
annuities in consideration of cessions
314
cession of land in Fort Hall Reservation
314
Lemhi Reservation
314
removal from Lemhi Reservation to Fort Hall Reservation
314
agreement of July 18, 1881
199
cession of land for railroad purposes across Fort Hall Reservation
199
agreement of May 27, 1887, on Fort Hall Reservation
292
cession of part of reservation
292
lands ceded to be surveyed and sold
293
proceeds of sales to be held in trust
293
right of way ceded Utah and Northern Railroad Company
293
agreement of April 21, 1896
624
cession of lands in Wyoming
624,625
proceeds, how expended
625
agreement of February 5, 1898
704
allotments to occupants of ceded lands
705,706
boundaries of reservation, survey and marking
706
cession of lands on Fort Hall Reservation
704
Indians to have use of lands while remaining public lands
706
highways through reservation
706
irrigation, water reserved for
706
payment for cessions
705
depredation claims not to be deducted
705
allotments on Fort Hall Reservation
314,707
annuities, fund of $6,000 to be held at 5 per cent interest
200
funds, proceeds of cessions on Fort Hall Reservation
201,293,705
legislation relating to, note
314
statistics
1033,1035,1042,1045
Shoshoni Agency, Wyo., statistics
1042
Shoshoni Reservation, Wyo., bridge across Big Wind River to be reconstructed
523
ceded lands in, I mile square reserved to State of Wyoming and balance open to entry
626
Executive orders establishing
936
settlers prior to establishment to have claims for improvements, etc., investigated
666
Shyiks, embraced in Yakima Nation
529
Siletz Agency, Oreg., statistics
1043
Siletz Reservation, Oreg., allotments, excess of 80 acres may be patented to allottees and by them sold
743
ceded lands to be disposed of to settlers
535
Executive orders establishing
890
Indians of, agreement of October 31, 1892
533
cession of unallotted lands
533
payments for cessions
533
depredation claims not to be paid
534,535
distribution of
534
religious societies to buy occupied lands
535
taxes, etc., to be paid from payments
534
timbered sections reserved
534
Newport and Kings Valley Railroad Company granted right of way through
287,381
proclamation opening ceded lands to settlement
987
Sioux—
 
agreement of September 26, 1876
169
allotments, houses to be erected on
170
annuities, where to be delivered
169
census to be taken annually
171
cession of part of reservation
169
employees on agency to be married
170
full-blood Indians only to receive benefit of agreement
170
funds for education and civilization
170
half-breeds and whites excluded
170
labor on reservation, products to be disposed of
170
laws of United States extended over Indians
171
reservation reduced, boundaries
169
what is meant by term
171
subsistence to be furnished
170
wagon roads through reservation
166,169
agreement of December 28, 1886
261
allotments
263
area
263
descent of, by Montana laws
263
patents, contents of
263
title in trust for twenty-five years
263
allottees not to lose tribal rights
263
annuities
262
not required, retention for benefit of tribe
263
preference to industrious Indians
263
cattle, brand of Interior Department to be on
262
sale forbidden
262
cession of lands
262
employees at agencies
262
purpose of agreement
262
reservation, boundaries
264
marking of
264
rights of way through
264
to be separate from other tribes
262
agriculture among, seed to be furnished
335
allotments, area of
263
descent by local laws
263,332
general act of 1887 not to apply to certain lands
35
houses to be erected by United States
170
outside of reservation, if allottee requests within one year
332
patents for, prior to March 2, 1889
333
patents to indicate restrictions upon title
215,263,331
selection, how and when made
330,331
special agents to have charge of
331
title to be held in trust for twenty-five years
215,263,331
tribal rights of allottees not affected
263
annuities, cattle to be delivered
335
distribution of
335
industrious Indians preferred
263
educational, continued
335
excess not required, retention for future distribution
263
payment of certain, under act of March 2, 1889, in money
559
permanent fund for
335
Santee and Flandreau Sioux
598
where to be delivered
169
woolen clothing to those in Nebraska and Dakota to be delivered by November 1
620
attorneys for South Dakota bands and for Santee band may be employed
447
Brule band, agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876
168,172
Cheyenne River Agency, agreement of, September 26, 1876
169,172
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company through lands in Dakota
334,431
citizenship to be accorded allottees
331
claims for supplies furnished in 1861 and 1863 to be settled
228
Crow Creek Agency, agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876
169,172
Crow Creek Reservation, cattle to be purchased
755
compensation for deficiencies in allotments
559
funds, expenditure of part
755
Fort Peck Reservation, boundaries defined
264
timber on adjoining lands may be used
264
funds, distribution between separate reservations in accordance with numbers of Indians
386
division among members fifty years from March 2, 1889
336
lands outside of separate reservations, relinquished and restored to public domain
166,336
legislation relative to, note
166
Lower Brule (see also Lower Brule Sioux), agreement at agency of, September 26, 1876
169,172
Mdewakanton band, service in Army during certain wars, payment for
485
Oglala band, agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876
169,172
Ponca, removal to Indian Territory
167
ponies taken from Red Cloud and Red Leaf bands to be paid for
339,386
religious organizations holding lands, grants to
336
reservations in Dakota defined
328
Rosebud Reservation, agreement of March 10, 1898, Lower Brule may be settled on reservation
690
Santee Reservation, Nebr., agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876
169,172
schoolhouses to be erected
336
service in Army during certain wars, payment for
430,485
Sisseton band (see also Sisseton and Wahpeton bands of Sioux), service in Army during certain wars, payment for
430,485
Standing Rock Agency, agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876
169,172
statistics
1031,1039,1041,1043
subsistence to be furnished
170
certain rights to be relinquished
166
supplies furnished in 1861 and 1862, claims for, to be settled
228
places of delivery to be fixed
166
trading with, for property furnished by United States, penalty for
335
unallotted lands disposed of to actual settlers
332
Wahpeton band (see also Sisseton and Wahpeton bands of Sioux), service in Army during certain wars, payment for
485
Wapakoota band, service in Army during certain wars, payment for
485
Sioux City and Omaha Railway Company, right of way through Omaha and Winnebago Reservation in Nebraska
682
sale of part of Winnebago Reservation in Nebraska not to affect grant to
287
Sioux Reservation, Dak., American Island donated to city of Chamberlain and may be leased for quasi-public purposes
337,570
Dakota Central Railroad Company granted right of way through
334
divided into separate reservations
328
Executive orders establishing
884,898
Forest City and Sioux City Railroad Company granted right of way through
553
Forest City and Watertown Railroad Company granted right of way through
325
irrigation, Secretary of Interior to prescribe rules relating to
333
proclamation opening to settlement
943
schools to be erected and children between 6 and 16 to attend
386
unallotted portions to be disposed of to actual settlers
332
wagon roads through
166,169
Sioux Reserve, Nebr., Executive orders establishing
864
Sioux wars, payment to certain Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux for services rendered during
430,485
Sisseton and Wahpeton band of Sioux—
 
agreement of December 12, 1889
429
allotments in severalty
430
cession of lands in Dakota
429
funds to be held in trust at 3 per cent interest
429
payment for cession at $2.50 per acre
429
services during Sioux hostilities
430
religious societies preferred in purchase of lands occupied
429
attorneys, contracts with, provisions relating to
686
ceded lands in Dakota to be settled under the homestead laws
432
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company granted right of way through lands in Dakota
431
claim of loyal members referred to Court of Claims
742
leases of farming and grazing lands for three years
620
leases to be approved by Secretary of Interior and subleases to be void
666
service in Army during certain wars, payment for
430,485,559
statistics
1043
Skalallam, statistics
1040
Skiatook Mission, lands in Cherokee Nation reserved for
725,790
Skokomish, statistics
1040
Skokomish Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
924
Smith River Reserve, Cal., Executive orders establishing
830
Smithsonian Institution, archives and records relating to Indians to be transferred to
27
Snakes, statistics
1042
Snohomish Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
925
Soldiers and sailors' homestead rights, ceded lands in Oklahoma
47
South Dakota, bands of Indians in, attorneys may be paid not to exceed $1,000 per annum
447
Executive orders relating to reservations in
895
South McAlester, court of appeals to be held at
75
term of court at
71
Southern judicial district, Indian Territory, change of boundary
118
Southern Kansas Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory
220
Southern Pacific Railway Company, right of way through Yuma Reservation, Cal
544
Southern Ute Agency, Colo., established
157
statistics
1043
Southern Ute in Colorado, agreement of November 13, 1888, disapproved
555
allotments in severalty
556
census of
184
irrigation ditches through allotments
754
proceeds of lands sold under act of February 20, 1895, disposed of
556
rations to be issued to allottees and reservation to Indians at designated places
599
removal from southwestern Colorado
36
to La Plata River
181
reservation for Indians not taking allotments
556
unallotted lands opened to settlement
556
Southern Ute Reservation, Colo., irrigation, Secretary of Interior to investigate practicability of, and to report to Congress
620
proclamation opening ceded lands to settlement
994
Sovereignty of United States over Indian Territory
80
Special agents, appointment of, by President and Secretary of Interior
6
disbursement of money to Indians may be made by
76
appointment, bond, regulations, etc
76
investigating schools, officers of Indian service may be examined by
102
oaths may be administered by
102
may be appointed to select allotments where there is no agent for the tribe
33
traveling allowances to, $3 per diem when on field duty
31
Spelling of Indian tribal names
1021
Spokan, appropriations for, expenditure for members on Spokan, Colville and Jocko Reservation
742
removal to Cœur d'Alene Reservation
420,449,454,742
statistics
1032
Upper and Middle bands—
 
agreement of March 18, 1887
449,453
allotments in severalty
453
annuities to certain chiefs
454
blacksmith and carpenter to be furnished
454
cession of lands
453
per capita payment to allottees
454
preference to Indians in employment
454
removal to Cœur d'Alene Reservation
449,454
may be removed to Spokan or Jocko Reservation
454
settlers outside of reservation may take lands occupied
453
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway Company, right of way through Colville Reservation, Wash
349
Spokan Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
924
mineral entries on lands in, not applicable to allotments or to Government or school lands
754,799
Spokan on, appropriations to be used for
742
Upper and Middle bands of Spokan may be removed to
454
Spotted Tail Agency, agreement with Brule Sioux of, September 26, 1876
169,171
Squaxon, statistics
1040
Standing Rock Agency, Dak., agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876
169,172
boundaries defined
329
Executive orders establishing reserve
884
statistics
1043
Station grounds for railroads in Indian Territory
77,114
Statistics of agencies and tribes
1027
Stock, investments of, for Indians, to be made by President
10
annual reports to be made to Congress
10
special accounts to be kept
10
grazing unlawfully on Indian lands, penalty for
14
raising on Fort Belknap Reservation
602
Stockbridge, statistics
1034
Stockbridge and Munsee, act for relief of
128,500
adoption of persons not of Indian descent to be void
130
allotments, reservation of land for
128,130,500
citizen party, funds of, to be distributed
129
roll of members
129
tribal rights relinquished
130
debts of, payment from proceeds of Wisconsin lands
129
funds, division between citizen and Indian party
129
from sale of lands in Wisconsin, how amount due shall be ascertained
129
intent of members in
500
of Indian party, to be held in trust
129
Indian party, adoption of persons not Indians to be void
130
allotments
130
alienation forbidden
130
area of
130
changes in
131
descent of
130
reservation for
128
church and school lands
131
funds of, to be held in trust
129,500
interest to be paid on
129
known as the Stockbridge tribe of Indians
130
marriage of female out of tribe, rights to be forfeited
131
reservation to be obtained for
130
roll of members
130
lands in Shawanaw County, Wis., to be appraised and sold
128
advertisement of sale
129
allotments, reservation for
128
appraisal open to inspection
128
Stockbridge and Munsee lands, lots to be 80 acres
129
proceeds of sale, how applied
129
sales, not less than appraisal value
129
membership in tribe and rights to funds
500
rolls of citizenship, of citizen and Indian parties
130
Stone on lands of Five Civilized Tribes may be sold for use in Indian Territory
108
Storehouses, Commissioners of Indian Affairs may hire, at railroads
27
Subagencies, boundaries of, to be established by Secretary of the Interior
6
Subagents, appointment of, by President
6
arrest and trial of fugitives from justice in Indian country to be secured by
19
Indian criminals to be secured by
19
bond of $1,000 to be given by
6
compensation for extra services except actual expenses not to be allowed
6
delivery of goods and money to be witnessed and certified to by
9
discontinuation of services when unnecessary
7
distilleries in agencies to be destroyed by
18
intruders in Indian country may be removed by
18
license to trade may be issued by
16
may take depositions regarding depredations
20
not to be appointed in agency where there is an agent residing
6
passports may be issued by
17
salary to be $1,000 per annum
6
searches for intoxicants to be made by
17
to reside where President shall direct
6
Subsistence, Fort Berthold Reservation Indians, not to be furnished adult males not working or children not attending school
427
to be furnished Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho
170
Sioux
170
Suits, United States district attorney to represent Indians in
66
Sulphur Springs, Chickasaw Nation, cession to United States
785
intoxicants not to be sold in
785
Superintendents, arrest and trial of fugitives from justice in Indian country to be secured by
19
Indian criminals to be secured by
19
delivery of money and goods to be witnessed and certified to by
9
depositions may be taken by, regarding depredations
20
disbursement of money to Indians may be made by
9
discontinuation of office
5
distilleries in agencies to be destroyed by
18
intruders in Indian country may be removed by
18
license to trade may be issued by
16
passports may be issued by
17
searches for intoxicants may be made by
17
Superintendent of schools, agent's duties to be performed by
67,79
bonds to be as other agents
67,79
allowance for traveling expenses
102
appointment and duties
44,102
Cherokee, N. C., training school, to act as agent
65
bond and compensation
65
Suppai Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
809
Supplies, claims for, furnished without authority of law
9
Sioux in Minnesota, settlement of
228
delivery of, labor on reservations by able-bodied Indians
24
report of
2
number of Indians present and receiving same
2,12
rolls of Indians entitled to, agents to make
24
for civilized Indians, commutation to money
63,101
manufacture by Indians
69,113
purchase to be on bids after advertisement
8,20,112
approval by Board of Indian Commissioners
29
before appropriation, on basis of preceding year
69
in open market in cases of exigency
20,112
Indian vendors preferred
113
retention from parents of children not attending school
66
storehouses may be rented at railroads
27
warehouse at Omaha
87,620
Supreme Court of the United States, appeals to, in citizenship cases in Five Civilized Tribes
101
decision in case of Cherokee Nation v. Hitchcock
1053
Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock
1058
Sureties on agents' bonds to file statement of property
25
liability for funds received from any source
101
Surveyors, Commission to Five Civilized Tribes may employ
80,97
Surveys, Blackfeet Reservation, Mont
608
Cherokee Nation, expenses, how paid
726
town sites
793,795
Cherokee Strip
131
Chickasaw Nation, resurvey by Geological Survey, provisions relating to
620
Chippewa Reservation, Minn., reimbursement for expenses out of sale of lands
666
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation, ninety-eighth meridian, west
649
town sites, expenses not to be charged to tribes
651
Creek Nation, expenses, how paid
660,738
Crow Reservation in Montana, payment out of certain funds
452
Fort Belknap Reservation
604
Fort Hall Reservation, marking of boundaries
294,706
in Indian Territory, boundary monuments
82
cost limited
82
defacing, how punished
82
Geological Survey to supervise
82
instructions to be issued by Secretary of Interior
82
plats, filing of
82
rectangular system to be followed
82
of Indian lands, after allotment, readjustment of allotments
33
land office to direct
14
system of public lands surveys to be followed
14
town sites in Cherokee Nation
107,793
expenses, how paid
795
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, expenses not to be charged to tribes
107,651
Creek Nation
107
Ute lands in Colorado
185
Suspension of agents and employees by inspectors
4
chiefs for trespasses upon allotted lands
15
Swinomish, statistics
1044
Swinomish Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
925

—T—

Tabeguache band of Ute, agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
Tahlequah, term of United States court at
70
Tallehassee Colored Boarding School, lands in Creek Nation reserved for
735
Tariff of 1890, goods and effects of Indians exempt
54
Taxation, allotments aliened by heirs of deceased allottees
120
Cherokee Nation, cattle grazing on tribal lands
727,798
leased allotments
727,798
noncitizens leasing allotments, not to pay
726
North Carolina lands, appropriation to pay
457
town-site lots
795
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, allottees not to be taxed for 21 years
649
Creek Nation, lessees grazing cattle not to be taxed, except on tribal lands
765
of allotments not to pay for permit
738
town lots
660,734
in cities and towns in Indian Territory
95
Osage lands in Kansas
165
Ottawa lands in Kansas
144
town sites in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
651
Teachers, employment of
7
agents to report names and salaries annually
32
Indian boys to be employed
87
tribe to direct employment, when
7
Telegraph and telephone lines
102,113
charges may be regulated by Congress
113
construction under direction of Secretary of Interior
113
damages for right of way
113
grants of right of way by Secretary of Interior
113
incorporated towns may regulate construction
113
Indian Territory
114
incorporation of companies
110
obstructing or injuring property, penalty
43
Seneca Telephone Company, granted right of way through
703
maps of definite location to be approved by Secretary of Interior
113
Oklahoma
114
Missouri and Kansas Telephone Company granted right of way through
676
regulations to be issued by Secretary of Interior
113
rights of way through Indian lands, allotments, etc., general provisions
102
tax where not locally taxed
113
Tenino, statistics
1045
Terms of United States court in Indian Territory
41
Territories, Indian lands excluded from boundaries of
3
Texas and New Mexico, Indian wars of 1849 to 1856, pension to survivors of
123
Texas, State of, Indians not to go into
28
Tillamook, Naalem band of, payment for release of claims under treaty of August 6, 1851
620
Timber, depredations on Indian reservations, penalty
37
general provisions for cutting and sale of
39
proceeds to be held for benefit of tribe
31
special provisions for, on lands of various tribes—
 
Cherokee, orders for sale to pay taxes revoked
457
Chippewa reservations in Minnesota
89,576,685,755,757,760
Colville Reservation
667
Creek Nation, allottees may sell
738
Five Civilized Tribes, allottees may sell
97
sale for use in Indian Territory
108
regulations to be issued by Secretary of Interior
108
rents and royalties payable into United States Treasury
97
Fort Peck Reservation, Indians may use from adjoining lands
264
Grand Portage Reservation, allottees may cut and sell
713
Jicarilla Apache Reservation, N. Mex
522
Menominee Reservation, Wis., cutting of, regulated
194
Indian Department to have charge of cutting and sale
353,354
Minnesota Indians may cut and sell
89
Tishomingo, term of court at
121
Tohee, William, Chief of the Iowa, annuity to
396
Tonasket School, lands reserved for, on Colville Reservation, Wash
442,667
Tongue River AGency, Mont., statistics
1044
Tonkawa—
 
agreement of October 21, 1891
495
adopted members of tribe, rights of
495
allotments confirmed
495
additional to be made
495
descent by Oklahoma laws
495
cession of four townships
495
payment for cession
495
statistics
1039
Towns in Indian Territory, acquisition of lands for public uses
93
telephone and telegraph construction to be regulated by
113
Town-sites, all railroads through, to establish stations
66
Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Creek nations
95,96,106,107
appraisal of lands
96
cemeteries
93,96
coal lands included within, provisions for
96
commissions, appointment and duties of
95,106
for Creek and Cherokee nations
106
for separate towns
106
vacancies to be filled
112,751,796
pay of delayed commissions, Secretary of Interior to order
107
removal of commissioners by Secretary of Interior
107
towns of less than 200 inhabitants
751,795
work of, to commence on approval of plats
106
compensation to allottees when allotted land is taken
107
corporate limits of towns need not be coextensive with boundaries of town site
107
deeds for lots
96
exterior limits to be designated
107
regulations to be issued by Secretary of Interior
107
lands for cemeteries
93,96
maps, filing of
96,106
to be prepared and approved by Secretary of Interior before work of commissions may begin
106
town authorities may be allowed to plat
107
number of inhabitants to be 200
106
exceptions in certain nations
751
railroad stations, number of inhabitants not considered
107
plats and surveys
96,106,112
parks, land to be purchased for
96
railroad stations, establishment at, irrespective of population
107
sale of lots
96
proceeds to be distributed per capita
96
special provisions for—
 
Cherokee Nation
718,793,794,795,796
area
793
lands reserved for
724
town of less than 200
751,795
Cherokee Strip
132
Chickasaw Nation
650,782
town less than 200
751
Choctaw Nation
650,782
towns less than 200
751
Creek Nation
659,731
area and selection of lands
763
cemetery lands
764
church lands
734
deferred payments a lien on lots
737
land reserved from allotment
735
park lands to be purchased
764
purchase of land for public buildings
734
railroad stations
763
Five Civilized Tribes, lands reserved from allotment
93
in Indian Territory, maps to be filed with clerk of United States courts
96
persons not to be ejected from
120
persons on leased coal lands not to be interfered with
96
Kansa Nation
768
Kiowa, Comanche and Apache, and Wichita lands ceded in Oklahoma, homestead entries may be commuted for
748
Seminole ceded lands
341
Trade with Indians, employees of Indian service not to engage in
7
license required
16,29
agents, subagents, and superintendents to issue
16
Five Civilized Tribes excepted
29
term of license
16
to be revoked for trading in intoxicants
18
places for, to be designated and inserted in licenses
16
President to supervise
17
prohibited articles
17
regulations to be made by Commissioner of Indian Affairs
27
removal of cattle from Indian country forbidden
17
sale of arms and ammunition to hostiles forbidden
17
traders, appointment by Commissioner of Indian Affairs
27
bond
16
Five Civilized Tribes excepted
29
license
16,29
Osage Nation, provisions for
741
white employees to be licensed
29
Training schools, superintendents to act as agents
79
at Cherokee, N. C., special provisions
65,446
Transportation, Indian labor to be preferred
27
storehouse may be hired by Commissioner of Indian Affairs
27
Traveling expenses for persons required to travel
7
actual expenses only to be allowed
26
except marshals, clerks of court, and district attorneys
26
per diem for employees on special service
29
inspectors, allowance to
4
annual report of
4
judge of United States court in Indian Territory to be allowed
48
mileage only allowed marshals, district attorneys, and clerks of court
26
superintendent of schools
102
Treasurer of United States, custody of trust funds transferred to
26
interest to be collected and deposited by
26
purchases of stock and bonds to be made by
26
settlement of accounts of Indian service
1
Treaties, cessions of land to be made by
14
States may have representative present at making of
14
claims arising from, Court of Claims no jurisdiction
2
hostility of tribe a cause for abrogating
8
no further treaties to be made with Indian tribes
8
made prior to March 3, 1871, to be valid
8
stipulation as to allotments not affected by general allotment acts
57
Trespasses upon allotted lands by tribal Indians, deductions from annuities for
14
suspension of chiefs for
15
Tribal governments, acts and ordinances of Five Civilized Tribes to be approved by the President
88
courts of, abolished in Indian Territory
50,100
cases transferred to United States courts
100
Cherokee courts abolished
727
Creek agreement not to revive
739
expiration of Cherokee government
726,796
Choctaw and Chickasaw government
654
laws not enforced in United States courts in Indian Territory
100
observed in citizenship cases
80
payments of money not to be made to
97
property of, abandonment of tribal relations not to forfeit right to
23
tribe to be made a party to suits affecting
90
Tribes, spelling of names
1021
statistics of
1027
treaties not to be made with
8
Truckee River Reserve, Nev., Executive orders establishing
868
Trust companies in Indian Territory
111
Trust funds (see also Funds of tribes and Annuities)—
 
appropriation investing
10
bonds, abstracted and nonpaying, value of, to be held in Treasury at interest
69
custody to be transferred to Treasury of United States
26
deposit in Treasury at interest in lieu of investment
28
Five Civilized Tribes, commission to negotiate for disposition of
80
purchase money for reservations ceded under general allotment act to be held in Treasury at 3 per cent for education and civilization of tribe
34
statement of
1022,1023
stock investments to be made by President
10
annual reports to be made to Congress
10
special accounts of, to be kept
10
Tulalip, statistics
1044
Tulalip Agency, Wash., statistics
1044
Tulalip Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing
925
Tule River Indians, statistics
1036
Tule River Reserve, Cal., Executive orders establishing
830
Tulerosa Reserve, N. Mex., Executive orders establishing
879
Turtle Mountain Chippewa of North Dakota, commission to negotiate for cession of lands and to report as to status of Indians
450
statistics
1031
Turtle Mountain Reserve, N. Dak., Executive orders establishing
885
Tuscarora, statistics
1037
Tuskahoma Female Seminary, lands reserved from allotment
775
Two Kettle Sioux, statistics
1030,1041

—U—

Uintah band of Ute, agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
allotments in severalty
753
grazing lands to be set apart in Uintah Reservation
799
lands unallotted restored to public domain
753
payments to
753
statistics
1044
Uintah and Ouray Agency, Utah, statistics
1044
Uintah Reservation, Utah, allotments to Uncompahgre Ute on
621,642
to be agricultural lands only
800
to Uintah and White River Ute
753
commission to allot lands and secure cession of residue
642
grazing lands to be set apart in
799
used in common
800
Indians of, to be credited with proceeds of sales of lands
272
irrigation right of way may be granted by Secretary of Interior
686
Indians to be protected
686
regulations to be established
686
mineral lands, sale of
753
part of reserve to be sold as public lands with consent of Indians interested
272
railroad right of way granted to Utah Midland Railroad Company
25
Raven Mining Company may enter certain claims
753
White River Ute to be removed to
181
Uintah Valley Reserve, Utah, Executive orders establishing
900
legislation relating to, note
271
sale of lands
271
Ukie, statistics
1041
Umatilla, allotments on Umatilla Reservation
224,225,226
statistics
1044
Umatilla Agency, Oreg., statistics
1044
Umatilla Irrigation Company, canal may be constructed by, through Umatilla Reservation, Oreg
387
time for construction extended
509
Umatilla Reservation—
 
allotments in severalty
224
agricultural lands to be allotted
224
area of allotments
224
descent of, according to Oregon laws
225
disputes regarding, to be settled by Secretary of Interior
226
patents, to restrict sale for twenty-five years
225
boundaries
225
line between, and town of Pendleton
211
commission to allot lands, duties
225
Executive orders establishing reserve
891
funds of tribes on, proceeds of sale of part of reservation
211
industrial school, funds for support
227
reserve for
225
irrigation canal and reservoirs may be constructed by Blue Mountain Irrigation and Improvement Company
457
canal may be constructed across by Umatilla Irrigation Company
387
time for construction extended
509
lands reserved for use in common
225
legislation relating to, note
209
patents for allotments, contents of
225
removal of tribes on, permissible
225
sale of lands
209,226,286,798
Oregon Railway and Navigation Company, rights not to be affected
211
surveys
225
Umpqua, statistics
1033
Uncompahgre Ute, allotments
546
confined to agricultural lands
800
on Uintah Reservation, Utah
621,642
Uncompahgre Reservation, Utah
621,686
census
184
commission to make allotments
546
removal to Grand River
181
statistics
1044
unallotted lands to be settled under homestead and mineral laws
546
Uncompahgre Ute Reservation, Utah, allotments to Ute on, unallotted lands to be sold
621,686
boundary of lands in Colorado to be established
205
Executive orders establishing
901
railroad right of way granted to Utah Midland Railroad Company
255
Union Agency, Ind. T., statistics
1045
United Peoria and Miami, allotments in Indian Territory
344
alienation restricted for twenty-five years
345
church and school lands reserved
344
patents, restrictions to appear on
345
lands unallotted to be divided after twenty-five years
345
sale permitted
753
leases of allotments and communal lands
345
United States commissioners in Indian Territory
53,72
additional to be appointed to reside at Durant, in Choctaw Nation
118
Wewoka
105
appeals from
53,73
appointment of three for each division
53
bond and oath of
53
civil jurisdiction of
73
complaints for arrests of persons selling or introducing intoxicants into Indian country before
64
criminal jurisdiction of Arkansas. Justices of the peace conferred upon
73
examination of persons accused of crime before
53
jurisdiction, irrespective of race
88
marriage may be solemnized by
53
not more than six for each district
72
place of holding court to be fixed by district judges
72
powers
73
salary
73
to act as notaries public and justices of the peace
53
western judicial district of Indian Territory
121
additional commissioner to be appointed
121
three continued in office
121
United States courts in Indian Territory—
 
actions affecting tribal property, tribe to be made a party
90
appeals from
54
to circuit court of appeals, Eighth circuit
58,77
court of appeals of Indian Territory
75
Supreme Court
41,54
appeals to—
 
from United States commissioners
73
in ascertaining damages for railroad rights of way
103
crossings and intersecting roads
55,116
station lands
78
attachment of improvements on tribal lands prohibited
50
buildings to be procured by marshal
41
central district of
71
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, in certain actions, irrespective of race
653
citizenship cases
91
appeals to United States district court
81
Supreme Court
101
clerks of court
40,72
appointment
40,72
bond
40,72
deputies
48
district court clerks
111,112
duties
40,72
marriages, to issue license and certificate, and may solemnize
52
oath
40
relative to, selection of jurors
42
recording of deeds
52
residence
40,72
salary
72
town-site plats to be filed with
96
district courts, $1,000 additional per annum to be allowed in place of fees
111,112
coal mining leases in Five Civilized Tribes, jurisdiction over
41
constables
73
corporations, jurisdiction over
111
court of appeals (see Court of Appeals in Indian Territory).
 
criminal actions to be brought within division in which offense was committed
48
deputy marshals
40,72
additional for emergencies
72
district attorneys
39,71,85
assistants
48,72,85
salary, fee system abolished
85
districts
47,48,70
actions to be brought in district where defendant resides
48
boundaries between central and southern
118
western district created
120
English language to be used in all proceedings
41
equity powers in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
654
executions
50
extradition of criminals
54
fees of jurors and witnesses
43
habeas corpus writs may be issued
43
injunctions may be issued
43
judges
39
additional to be appointed
71,88
assignment of districts
71
powers
71
salary
71
term of office four years
71
appointment
39
districts, substitution of judges in
71
extradition of criminals
54
habeas corpus, injunction and other process may be issued by
43
municipal bonds to be authorized by
118
oath
40
place of holding court
70,71
term of office
39
traveling expenses to be allowed
48
jurisdiction
39
actions between Indians
51,87,100
civil suits
40,47,74,87
corporations
111
criminal actions
40,74,87
circuit courts of Arkansas and Texas
51
district in which actions shall be brought
48
intoxicants, concurrent with Arkansas and Texas district courts
51
justice, crimes against
51
laws for protection of Indians to be enforced
51
lotteries, prohibition of
52
defendant in criminal prosecutions to be a resident of district
48
irrespective of race
87
in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
653
Creek Nation
661
Seminole Nation
664
mining leases
41
jurors
74
fees
43
qualifications
42,43
Choctaw and Chickasaw to be competent
654
Indians speaking English language
88
to serve in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
653
selection of
42,48
jury commissioners
42,48
Kansa Nation, district court at Pawhuska to have jurisdiction
87
mandamus, writ may be issued
43
marriages, licenses and certificates may be issued by clerks and deputies
52
may be solemnized by clerks and deputies
52
marshals and deputies
39,71,73,83
appointment
39,40
bond
40,83
fees and salary
39,85,122
oath
40
term of office
39
murder, trials for in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, change of venue
654
northern judicial district
70
pleading and practice to be according to Arkansas law
41
procedure in conformity with United States laws
41
terms of court
41,70
held twice each year
41,48
judge to fix
70
places for
71,120
at Cameron transferred to Poteau
108
Wagoner
88
Wewoka
120,664
tribal courts, dissolved and cases transferred to United States courts
100
laws, not to be enforced
100
western judicial district
120
witnesses, fees
43
in felony prosecutions
122
United States district attorneys, Indians to be represented by, in all suits
66
Unsurveyed lands, allotments to Indians upon, to be adjusted when surveyed
33
Upper and Middle Spokan (see also Spokan), statistics
1030
Utah, Executive orders relative to reservations in
899
Utah and Northern Railroad, right of way granted across Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho
199,293,295
Utah Indian disturbances of 1850-1853, pension to survivors of
123
Utah Midland Railway Company, right of way through Uncompahgre and Uintah Reservation, Utah
255
Ute (see also Southern Ute in Colorado, Uintah Ute, and White River Ute)—
 
agency in Colorado to be established
157
agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
agency building for Weeminuche, Capote, and Muache bands
152
fund of $25,000 created
152
hunting on ceded lands permitted
152
intruders to be excluded from reservations
152
Ouray, salary of $1,000 per annum
152
reservation in Colorado ceded
151,152
treaty stipulations reaffirmed
152
Uncompahgre Park not ceded
152
agreement of November 9, 1878, appropriation to execute
176
agreement of March 6, 1880, ratified
180
agencies may be removed
182
allotments, area of
181,182
patents for
182
allottees not to remove
181
amendments
180,181
annuities, permanent fund for
182
to certain persons
180
treaty stipulations reaffirmed
183
cession of reservation may be made
181
Commission to have charge of removal and allotments
181
education to be provided for
183
funds, apportionment among bands
182
improvements on ceded lands, compensation for
183
murderers to be surrendered
181
removal of Southern Ute to La Plata River
181
Uncompahgre Ute to Grand River
181
White River Ute to Uintah Reservation
181
schools to be established
183
survey of lands
182
title to allotments
182
allotments, commission to make
184,185
patents
185
surveys
185
taxation forbidden
185
Uintah and White River bands
753
annuities, proceeds of ceded Colorado lands
185
Capote Band, agency in Colorado to be established
157
agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
removal to new reservation
176
census of
184
consolidation of, in Colorado, upon White River Agency, President may negotiate for
174
funds, apportionment between bands
182
payment per capita in lieu of certain annuities
181
perpetual annuities created
182
fund of $50,000, annual interest on
185
proceeds of ceded lands
185
stipulations relating to, confirmed
183
stock may be delivered in payment
216
Grand River Band, agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
lands in Colorado, disposal of those ceded
185,205
entries
205
homestead laws not applicable
185
improvements
185
proceeds of
185
establishment of boundary
205
part restored to public domain
217
laws of United States extended over allottees
185
legislation relative to, note
151
map of lands showing allotments, etc., to be prepared
184
Moache Band, agency in Colorado to be established
157
agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
removal to new reservation
176
on Uintah Reservation, allotments to and cession of unallotted lands
642
funds of, proceeds of sale of lands under act of June 4, 1898
642
salaries to members, Ouray to receive $1,000 per annum
152
to be discontinued
186
statistics
1043,1044
stock may be delivered in lieu of per capita payments
216
survey of lands
185
Tabeguache Band, agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
treaty stipulations reaffirmed
152
Uintah Band, agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
Weeminuche Band, agency in Colorado to be established
157
agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
removal to new reservation
176
Yampa Band, agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
Ute Commission, appointment
183
duties
182,184
removal and allotment of Ute
182
valuation of improvements on ceded land
183
report of proceedings
184
to be discontinued
216
Ute Reservation, Colo., establishment authorized
176
Executive orders establishing
834
lands ceded
151,180

—V—

Vermilion Lake Reserve, Minn., Executive orders establishing
853
Vieux de Sert Chippewa, interest to be paid on certain funds
178
statistics
1036
Vinita, term of court at
70

—W—

Wagons, manufactured by Indians on reservation
69,113
Wagon roads, Hoopa Valley Reservation, Cal
522
Sioux and Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho Reservations
169
Wagon transportation, Indians to be employed in
27
Wagoner, team of court at
88,120
Wahpeton band of Sioux (see also Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux) payment for services in the Army in certain wars
485,559
Walapai Agency, Ariz., statistics
1034
Walapai Reserve, Executive orders establishing
804
Walker River Reservation, Nev., allotment and cession of unallotted lands
751
Executive orders establishing
869
statistics
1045
Wallawalla, Umatilla Reservation, Oreg., allotments in severalty
224,225,226
statistics
1044
Wallowa Valley Reserve, Oreg., Executive orders establishing
894
Wapakoota Sioux, payment for services as scouts during certain wars
485,559
Wapeto, statistics
1033
Warrants, Creek Nation, payment to bona fide holders
668
Warehouse for Indian supplies, establishment at Omaha, Nebr
87,620
Warm Springs Agency, Oreg., statistics
1045
Warm Springs Reservation, Oreg., northern boundary defined
511
Wasco, statistics
1045,1046
Washington, city of, California agents not to visit except on order of Commissioner
6
violations to be reported to President
6
Washington, Executive orders relating to reservations in
901
Washington and Idaho Railroad Company, right of way through Coeur d'Alene Reservation, Wash
272
Washington Improvement and Development Company, right of way through Colville Reservation, Wash., for railroad, telephone, and telegraph
643
Washington Indian wars (1851 to 1856), pension to survivors of
123
Waziaziah Sioux, statistics
1041
Wea, allotments in Indian Territory
344
leases of
345
claim referred to Court of Claims
346
funds of, to be paid per capita
407
included in United Peoria and Miami tribe
148
Miami to unite with
147
mining leases valid for twenty-five years, persons occupying leased lands may be removed if deemed improper
407
statistics
1040
Wealaka Boarding School, lands reserved for
735
Webbers Falls, Indian Territory, bridge to be constructedat
640
Wenatshapam, allotments in severalty to
530
embraced in Yakima Nation
529
Wenatshapam Fishery, cession of, by Yakima Nation
530
Western Cherokee (see also Cherokee, western band)—
 
claim referred to Court of Claims
316
funds of, part of judgment of Court of Claims to be withheld
600
Western judicial district of Indian Territory created
120
Western Miami, allotments in Indian Territory
344
lease of
345
Western Shoshoni Agency, Nev., statistics
1045
Wetumka Boarding School, lands in Creek Nation reserved for
735
Wewoka town site, sale of lands in
663
term of court at
120,664
United States Commissioner to be appointed to reside at
105
Wheelock Orphan Seminary, lands reserved from allotment
775
White Earth Agency, Minn., statistics
1046
White Earth Reservation, Minn., all Chippewa may be removed to
303
allotments on
303
Duluth and Winnipeg Railroad Company granted right of way through
342,550
time for construction extended
619
Executive orders establishing
853
land grants for church and school purposes
150
Moorhead, Leech Lake and Northern Railroad Company granted right of way through
306
Ottertail band of Pillagers to settle on
133
Pembina band of Chippewa, purchase of one township of land for
143
pine lands in, sale of
576
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railroad Company granted right of way through
317,515
time for construction extended
618
White Mountain Apache, funds, proceeds of part of reservation
468,740
statistics
1032
White Mountain Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing
810
Indians of, funds from lands sold under act of February 20, 1893
468
part restored to public domain and to be sold
467,739,740
to be sold under mining laws
740
separate agency created
87
White Oak Point Reservation, Minn., Duluth and Winnipeg Railroad Company granted right of way through
352,593
Executive orders establishing
854
White River Agency, murderers at, to be surrendered
181
White River band of Ute, allotments, lands unallotted restored to public domain
753
boundary of lands to be established
205
census of
184
grazing lands to be set apart for, in Uintah Reservation
799
mineral lands, sale of
753
payments to
753
removal to Uintah Reservation, Utah
181
statistics
1044
Wichita and affiliated bands—
 
agreement of June 4, 1891
560
allotments in severalty
561
restrictions upon title
562
selections
561
cession of lands
560
claims not relinquished
562
payment for cessions
562
reservations for religious societies not to exceed 160 acres
562
reservation for schools, etc., reserved from allotment
561
commutation of homesteads for town-site entries
748
lands ceded in 1891, claim of Choctaw and Chickasaw to be determined in Court of Claims
564
mineral laws extended over
565
proclamation opening to settlement
1010
to be settled under homestead and town-site laws
563
proceeds of cession of 1891 to be held pending suit
563
statistics
1035
Wild Yakima, statistics
1046
Wildwood Cemetery Association, Seneca may grant lands to, for cemetery purposes
215
Willie Haskell College, lands in Cherokee Nation reserved for
724,790
Wimimiuchie Ute, agency in Colorado to be established
157
agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
statistics
1043
Wind River Reservation, Wyo., cession of southern part
154
Executive orders establishing
936
reconstruction of bridge across Big Wind River
523
settlers prior to establishment to have claims for improvement, etc., investigated
666
southern boundary to be surveyed
154
Wine, introduction into Indian country prohibited
63
Winnebago, allotments in severalty
126,133
alienation
126,127,557
area to be 80 acres
126
cancellation of certain
287
claims of certain members for, settlement of
127
patents for
126
annuities
127
distribution of
189
manner of payment
127
census of those in Nebraska and Wisconsin
188
citizenship to be acquired by allottees on application to United States court
127
civilization of, expenditure for
188
debts, payment of
126
funds, apportionment between bands in Nebraska and Minnesota
189
distribution of
188
expenses of removal from Minnesota refunded
127
homesteads, persons holding to be entitled to participate in appropriation for civilization
188
improvements on ceded lands in Minnesota, sale
125
new reservation, erection
125
lands, alienation
189
legislation relative to, note
125
Omaha lands in Nebraska to be purchased for
153
patents for allotments to show restrictions
189
removal from Minnesota
125
expenses refunded
127
reservation in Minnesota ceded, sale of lands
125,126,286
to be established for use of
125
area
125
erection of houses on
125
removal to
125
Winnebago, statistics
1038
taxation of lands
128,189
treaty of April 15, 1859, payment of debts
126
Winnebago Reservation, Nebr.—
 
Eastern Nebraska and Gulf Railroad Company granted right of way through
513
time for construction extended
616
Omaha Northern Railroad Company granted right of way
634
time for construction extended
749
sale of part of reservation
286
allotted lands, sale on cancellation of allotment
287
proceeds to be distributed
286
Sioux City and Omaha Railroad Company, right of way through
287,682
Winnebago Reservation, S. Dak., settlers removed from, claims to be paid
378,565
may reenter lands
338
Winnibagoshish Chippewa, statistics
1046
Winnibagoshish Reservation, Minn., Duluth and North Dakota Railway, granted right of way through
352,593
Executive orders establishing
854
Wisconsin, Executive orders relating to reservations in
928
Wishhams, embraced in Yakima Nation
529
Witnesses, United States courts in Indian Territory, fees of
43
in felony cases
122
Wolf Point subagency, Assiniboine of, agreement of December 31, 1886
261
Wolf River, logging on in Menominee Reservation, Wis
153
Women's National Indian Association, 5 acres reserved for use of in Omaha Reservation, Nebr
271
Writ of possession, in actions for lands held by persons denied citizenship in Five Civilized Tribes
92
Wyandot, Absentee (see Absentee Wyandot)—
 
allottees of certain land in Quapaw Agency may convey part
600
statistics
1040
Wyandot Reservation, Ind. T., allottees of certain lands may sell and convey part
600
Wylackie, statistics
1041
Wyoming, Executive orders relating to reservations in
936

—Y—

Yakima Agency, statistics
1046
Yakima Nation—
 
agreement of January 13, 1885, lands ceded for use of Northern Pacific Railroad Company
487
agreement of January 8, 1894
529
allotments to Wenatshapam Indians
530
payment for cessions
530
Wenatshapam fishery ceded
530
allotments, lease of agricultural lands
701
statistics
1046
tribes embraced in
529
Yakima Reservation, Columbia Irrigation Company may construct canal, etc
516
time for construction extended
600,666
Executive orders establishing
926
leases of agricultural lands not to exceed five years
686
allotments not to exceed ten years
701
Northern Pacific and Yakima Irrigation Company may construct canal across
380
Northern Pacific Railroad Company granted right of way across
486
Yam Hill, statistics
1033
Yampa Band of Ute, agreement of September 13, 1873, ratified
151
Yankton and Missouri Valley Railroad Company, right of way through Yankton Reservation, Dak
311
Yankton Sioux—
 
agreement of December 31, 1892
523
adopted members and mixed bloods, rights of
526
agency lands reserved
525
allotments, confirmation of
526
death of allottee without heirs, land to be sold for benefit of school fund
526
leases during trust period
525
annuities, distribution
524,525
cession of unallotted lands
524
intoxicants not to be sold
527,529
payment for cessions
524,525,528
depredation claims not to be deducted
526,528
Pipestone Reservation, title questioned
526
religious societies may purchase lands occupied
526
scouts employed in Army in 1864 to be paid
526
treaty of April 19, 1858, reaffirmed
527
cession of lands in Red Pipestone Reservation, Minn
343
proclamation opening lands to settlement
985
statistics
1046
Yankton Sioux Agency, S. Dak., statistics
1046
Yankton Sioux Reservation, S. Dak., homestead settlers on ceded lands granted extension of time for one year
576
Niobrara River may be bridged for access to reservation
510
Yankton and Missouri Valley Railroad Company granted right of way through
311
Yanktonai Sioux, statistics
1033,1043
Yava Supai, statistics
1034
Yuma—
 
agreement of December 4, 1893
542
allotments in severalty
542
restrictions for twenty-five years
543
cession of lands in California
542
proceeds of lands, how expended
543
depredation claims not to be paid from
545
school land reserved
544
unallotted lands to be sold
543
agreement of February 25, 1896
609
boundaries of reservation to be marked
610
cession of lands
609
proceeds of coal and mineral lands to be credited to Indians
609
statistics
1036,1041
Yuma Pumping Irrigation Company, right of way for irrigation ditches across Yuma Reservation, Ariz
460
Yuma Reservation, Ariz., Colorado River Irrigation Company may construct ditches and canal across
461,545
Yuma Pumping Irrigation Company may construct ditches across
460
Yuma Reserve, Cal., Executive orders establishing
831
sale of ceded lands
545
Southern Pacific Railroad Company, through, provisions relating to rights of
544

—Z—

Zuñi Pueblo Reserve, N. Mex., Executive orders establishing
880