Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904.
|Chap. 384||Indian Territory.|
|Chap. 384||United States commissioner for Wewoka.
R. S., 627.
aBy 1890, May 2, ch. 182, s. 39, 40 (ante, p. 53); 1895, March 1, ch. 145, s. 4 (ante, p. 72), and 1897, June 7, ch. 3 (ante, p. 87), provision is made for the appointment and powers of United States commissioners in Indian Territory.
By 1897, February 19, ch. 265 (ante, p. 85), the act of 1896, May 28, ch. 252, s. 19, 21, 22, relating to the appointment and duties of United States commissioners in general, is made inapplicable to the Indian Territory.
Be it enacted, etc., That the judge of the United States court in the Indian Territory presiding in the northern judicial district thereof is hereby authorized and empowered to appoint an additional United States commissioner within said district, who shall be permanently located at Wewoka, in the Seminole Nation, and to prescribe by metes and bounds the portion of the district for which such commissioner is appointed. [May 7, 1900.]