Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904.
|Chap. 324||Superintendent of Indian schools.
[30 Stat., 926.]
|Chap. 324||traveling expenses.
R. S., 2077.
|Chap. 324||additional duties.|
|Chap. 324||Special agents, etc., may administer oaths, etc.
[30 Stat., 927.]
|Chap. 324||examine officers, etc.|
|Chap. 324||Commissioners to Five Civilized Tribes.
[30 Stat., 939.]
|Chap. 324||number fixed at four.|
|Chap. 324||authority continued.|
|Sec. 8||Indians 18 years old may receipt for annuity money.
[30 Stat., 947.]
R. S., 2108.
Be it enacted, &c., For necessary traveling expenses of one superintendent of Indian schools, including telegraphing and incidental expenses of inspection and investigation,a
Provided, That he shall be allowed three dollars per day for traveling expenses when actually on duty in the field, exclusive of cost of transportation and sleeping-car fare, in lieu of all other expenses now allowed by law:
And provided further, That he shall perform such other duties as may be imposed upon him by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior.
That hereafter each special agent, supervisor of schools, or other official charged with the investigation of Indian agencies and schools, in the pursuit of his official duties shall have power to administer oaths and to examine on oath all officers and persons employed in the Indian service, and all such other persons as may be deemed necessary and proper.b
For salaries of four commissioners, appointed under Acts of Congress approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, and March second, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, to negotiate with the Five Civilized Tribes in the Indian Territory, twenty thousand dollars:c
Provided, That the number of said commissioners is hereby fixed at four.
That said commission shall continue to exercise all authority heretofore conferred on it by law.
That hereafter all Indians, when they shall arrive at the age of eighteen years, shall have the right to receive and receipt for all annuity money that may be due or become due to them, if not otherwise incapacitated under the regulations of the Indian Office. [March 1, 1899.]