Vol. I, Laws     (Compiled to December 1, 1902)

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

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Chapter 320

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Chap. 320 Secretary of Interior may use for Indians money covered into Treasury from sales of timber, etc.
    [24 Stat., 463.]
    1883, Mar. 3,
    ch. 141, ante, p. 31. .
Chap. 320 Crimes against Indian police or Indian deputy marshal to be tried in district courts.
    [24 Stat., 464.]
    1885, Mar. 3, ch. 341, ante, p. 32.
    130 U. S., 343.
Chap. 320 Secretary of Interior to report annually manner of expenditure of Indian education fund.
    [24 Stat., 465.]
    R. S., 445.

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Chapter 320
    Mar. 2, 1887. | 24 Stat., 449.
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An act making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Indian Department, and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with the various Indian tribes, for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted, &c. * * *That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized to use the money which has been or may hereafter be covered into the Treasury under the provisions of the act approved March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, and which is carried on the books of that Department under the caption of “Indian moneys, proceeds of labor,” for the benefit of the several tribes on whose account said money was covered in, in such way and for such purposes as in his discretion he may think best, and shall make annually a detailed report thereof to Congress. * * *

That immediately upon and after the passage of this act any Indians committing against the person of any Indian policeman appointed under the laws of the United States, or any Indian United States deputy marshal, while lawfully engaged in the execution of any United States process, or lawfully engaged in any other duty imposed upon such policeman or marshal by the laws of the United States, any of the following crimes, namely, murder, manslaughter, or assault with intent to kill, within the Indian Territory, shall be subject to the laws of the United States relating to such crimes, and shall be tried by the district court of the United States exercising criminal jurisdiction where said offense was committed, and shall be subject to the same penalties as are all other persons charged with the commission of said crimes, respectively; and the said courts are hereby given jurisdiction in all such cases.a * * *

aThe act of 1888, June 9, ch. 382 (post, p. 37), contains more extended provisions on this subject, and perhaps supersedes this paragraph.

For support of schools. * * * That the Secretary of the Interior shall report annually, on or before the first Monday of December of each year, in what manner and for what purposes the general education fund for the preceding fiscal year has been expended; and said report shall embrace the number and kind of school-houses erected, and their cost, as well as cost of repairs, names of every teacher employed, and compensation allowed, the location of each school, and the average attendance at each school.b* * * [March 2, 1887.]

bSimilar provisions are contained in previous appropriation acts (23 Stat., 381: 24 Stat., 45).

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