INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

Vol. III, Laws     (Compiled to December 1, 1913)

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1913.


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Cabana, Reuben, patent in fee to 224
Cabney, Antoine, patent in fee to 145
Cabney, Parker, allotment cancelled 438
Caddo, nonresidents, restrictions removed 230
Cahney, Reuben H., patent in fee to 224
California & Oregon Land Co.:  
Exchange of lands in Klamath Reservation 236
Lands in Klamath Reservation, Oreg., report of 123
Payment for lands in Klamath Agency 340
Suit of U. S. v. 123
California Indians:  
Appropriation for—  
1910 395
1911 433
1912 491
1913 534
1914 570
Executive orders reserving lands for use of 676,677
Investigation directed 134
Lands to be purchased for 201
Irrigation rights included 201
Mission Indians, Torros Band, claim to land settled 7
Purchase of lands for 395,433
Purchase and improvement of lands for (1908) 324
Camas Hot Springs Reservation:  
Created 222
Water rights not affected 222
Campbell, Joseph M., patent to 64
Campbell, Samuel, patent in fee to 224
Campbell, S. W., payment to 21
Campbell, William H., patent in fee to 224
Camp McDowell Reservation:  
Executive orders relating to 687
Settlers on, purchase of claims 56
Camp Mojave Reservation, allotments to Indians authorized 478
Cantanna, patent in fee to 224
Canton Insane Asylum:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 53
1906 139
1907 239
1908 300
1909 342
1910 418
1911 444
1912 501
1913 548
1914 583
Indians to be cared for at 214
Carey, Sallie, patent in fee to 213
Carlisle School:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 57
1906 150
1907 237
1908 297
1909 340
1910 415
1911 443
1912 500
1913 547
1914 582
Extension of municipal improvements 360
Carson National Forest Reserve, proclamation establishing 641
Carson City School, appropriation for:  
1905 58
1906 150
1907 225
1908 291
1909 333
1910 406
1911 438
1912 496
1913 538
1914 575
Carson National Forest, N. Mex., boundaries extended 684
Casa Grande Ruin Reservation, proclamation establishing 659
Cass Lake Reservation:  
Allotments to Indians 350
Cooper Island reserved for park 219
Grant to land for church purposes 366
Graves of Indians not to be disturbed 350
National forest reserve established 350
Sale of surplus lands 350
Catholic Church, lands granted in Flathead Reservation, Mont. 157
Caton, Hugh W., payment to 583
Cattle, purchase in lieu of subsistence 267
Cayuse Indians, appropriation for:  
1905 49
1906 134
1907 234
1908 296
1909 340
1910 414
1911 443
1912 500
1913 545
1914 581
Cemeteries:  
Five Civilized Tribes, conveyance of lands in trust for 580
Fort Berthold Reservation, lands reserved 463
Chalcraft, E. L., payment to 582
Chamberlain School:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 57
1906 150
1907 237
1908 297
1909 341
Grant to State of South Dakota 415
Indian pupils to be admitted free 415
Chandler, Boone, patent in fee to 68
Chandler, Estelle, patent in fee to 68
Chandler, George, patent in fee to 69
Chandler, Joseph, patent in fee to 68
Chapman, Bushman, patent in fee to 224
Chehalis Indians, claims to be investigated 237
Cherokee Advocate, publication continued 212
Cherokee Nation:  
Allotments—  
Appropriation for, 1905 52
Improvements purchased from Delawares 147
Payment for improvements 52
Payment for remnants of allotments 412
Prior to authorization validated 50
Attorney's fee to Edgar Smith 261
Citizenship claims, certain persons added to rolls 208
Claim of intermarried whites referred to Court of Claims 54
Delaware-Cherokees may sell improvements 147
Eastern Cherokee claims, appropriation to pay judgment 261
Enrollments, Court of Claims to determine status of additions to rolls 279
Freedmen, roll of 170
Improvements, sale by certain citizens 147
Restrictions on alienation, extension of, Court of Claims to determine constitutionality 279
Town sites. (See Town sites in Cherokee etc., Nations)  
Tribal existence continued until division of property is complete 262
Cherokee Orphan Training School:  
Appropriation for 1914 579
Conveyance of property in trust for 579
Cherokee Outlet, university grant of section 13 190
Cherokee School, appropriation for:  
1905 57
1906 150
1907 227
1908 293
1909 334
1910 408
1911 439
1912 496
1913 539
1914 576
Cheyenne. (See Northern Cheyennes and Arapahoes.)  
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation:  
Act authorizing sale of certain lands, 1910 466
Agency lands may be sold 336
Appropriation for 1911 440
Ceded lands—  
Proclamation opening additional lands to settlement 590
Time for payment extended 511,541
Lands granted Masonic organizations 426
Payment for lands sold 467
Proclamation opening to settlement 662
Sale of agency lands 466
Sale of surplus lands 466
Sale of school and agency reserve 360
Cheyenne River Reservation:  
Agency lands reserved 374
Allotments to all Indians, school lands reserved 374
Allotments to married women 300
Appropriation for—  
1905 35
1906 124
1907 237
1908 297
1909 341
Ceded lands, time of payment extended 428,517
Funds to be expended for benefit of Indians, 1912 501
Lands granted States, amendatory provisions 426
Open to homestead settlement 657
Payment of proceeds to Indians 376
Payment for school lands granted States 376
Payment to Indians, 1911 444
Payment of tribal funds to Indians of 547
Reallotment of Indians authorized 374
Religious organizations to receive patents 374
Sale of land to Milwaukee Land Co 472
Sale of surplus lands 373
St. John's Mission School, lands opened to settlement 591
School lands, proclamation providing for sale of certain 689
Timber lands for use of Indians 377
Town site lands sold to Milwaukee Land Co 472
Town sites reserved 376
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co., additional lands within Cœur d'Alene Reservation 326
Chickasaws:  
Allotments, payments for remnants of allotments 412
Children to be enrolled 148
Citizenship, claims, certain persons added to rolls 208
Freedmen, payment for remnant allotment due 441
Per capita payments, appropriation to complete 543
Per capita payments to, 1911 510
Public schools, maintenance of 148
Schools, appropriation for 1911 442
School warrants, payment ordered 148
Town sites. (See Town sites in Chickasaw, etc., Nations.)  
Trust funds, school warrants ordered paid 148
Chief Rocky Boy's Band of Chippewas, purchase of land and property for 332
Appropriation continued available until expended 574
Children, surrender of allotment to 477
Chilocco School, appropriation for:  
1905 58
1906 150
1907 229
1908 294
1909 336
1910 410
1911 440
1912 498
1913 540
1914 577
Chilocco School Reservation, lease of lands authorized 229
Chilsom, Daniel, patent in fee to 233
Chippewa Indians:  
Allotments on White Earth Reservation 98
Claim to trust stocks, etc., Court of Claims to determine 158
Claims of certain bands referred to Court to Claims 474
Logging superintendents to be paid 219
Payment to Alice F. Mee 218
Payment to Lightbourn and Hamilton 218
Per capita payments, 1905 47
Pine timber sales, repayment to purchasers 218
Roll to be prepared 329
Timber reserve, sale of down timber 219
(See also Chief Rocky Boy's Band; Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewas.)  
Chippewa Indians of Lake Superior:  
Allotment on Lac Courte Oreille Reservation 6
Allotment on Lac du Flambeau Reservation 7
Allotments on La Pointe Reservation not affected by act of February 11, 1901 305
Appropriation for—  
1905 48
1906 133
1907 248
1908 302
1909 345
1910 421
1911 447
1912 505
1913 550
Attorney's fee to be paid 67
Payment of balances due under treaties 67
Chippewa Indians of Minnesota:  
Account of moneys received and disbursements to be reported to Congress 424
Advance interest, appropriation for—  
1905 39
1911 435
Allotments within national forest reserve may be exchanged 349
Appropriation for supplies, etc., for 1905 39
Appropriation for—  
1905 38,127
1906 127
1907 217
1908 284
1909 330
1910 401
1911 436
1912 494
1913 536
Ceded lands, opening of lands withdrawn for drainage purposes 284
Civilization of, appropriation for—  
1908 284
1909 330
Delegation to visit White Earth Reservation 127
Mission Church lands conveyed 145
Payments for lands taken as forest reserve 349
Pine timber, provisions for sale 482
Restrictions on alienation removed on certain lands 368
Statement of trust funds reimbursed to be reported 436
Survey of lands in drainage project 285
Timber on lands may be sold 55
Timber, purchasers to receive deposits 146
Timber sales on lands where restrictions are removed 368
Trust funds to be used for support of 572
Chippewa Indians of the Mississippi:  
Allotments on La Pointe Reservation not affected by act of February 11, 1901 305
Allotments to Indians 350
Appropriation for—  
1905 38
1906 127
1907 217
1908 284
1909 330
1910 401
1911 435
1912 494
1913 536
1914 571
Appropriation for school—  
1905 127
1912 494
Attorney's fee to be paid 67
Graves of Indians not to be disturbed 350
National Forest Reserve established 350
Payment of balances due under treaties 67
Sale of surplus lands 350
Treaty appropriation, 1905 38
Chippewa Indians of North Dakota, agrement with Turtle Mountain Band amended, 1904 39
Choctaw Indians:  
Allotments, payment for remnants of allotments 412
Appropriation for—  
1905 38,127
1906 127
1907 208
1908 278
1909 339
1910 413
1911 442
1912 499
1913 543
1914 580
Attorney's fee due J. H. Sypher to be adjudicated 54
Attorney's fee due Samuel Garland, deceased, to be fixed by Court of Claims 358
Citizenship claims, certain persons added to rolls 207
Claim of S. W. Peel against 312
Coal lands lease to Savanna Coal Co. extended 475
Coal lands reserved 205
Coal leases, additional land authorized 206
Fund due under treaty of 1855 to be placed to credit of 278
Land granted to Goodland Orphan School in Indian Territory 414
Lands segregated, 1906 171
Old Goodland Indian Orphan Industrial School, lands reserved for 209
Per capita payment to, 1911 510
Pitchlynn, Peter P., claim referred to Court of Claims 212
Savanna Coal Co. may lease additional lands 475
Sypher, J. Hale, payment to 139
Supplemental treaty of 1830, correction of error in 524
Town sites. (See Town sites in Chictaw, etc. Nations.)  
(See also Mississippi Choctaws.)  
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations:  
Annual distribution of town site funds authorized 108
Asphalt lands, segregation of 99
Attorneys, contracts with, provisions for, 1911 499
Children to be enrolled 148
Claims of Belt and Mullen referred to Court of Claims 363
Coal and asphalt lands—  
Classification to be completed December 1—  
1912 545
1913 579
Condemnation proceedings to affect surface rights 412
Provisions for sale of improvements erected on 542
Sale of surface to cemeteries and churches 543
Coal lands—  
Exchange of certain leases authorized 516
Investigation of value 214
Lease to Denison Coal Co. amended 475
Leases of adjoining land 560
Sale of surfaces authorized 513
Classification by commission 513
Segregation of 99
Contracts affecting tribal property not to be approved until action by Congress 474
Contracts (tribal) to be made by Secretary of Interior 499
Denison Coal Co., lease amended 475
Freedman, allotments considered homesteads 171
Freedmen cases, appropriation for payment of judgment 474
Freedmen, right of allotment to expire December 1, 1909 412
Highways may be established 178
Lands reserved for churches, schools, and cemeteries 205
Mineral rights not acquired by condemnation 412
Pine timber lands, segregation and sale of 172
Proceeds credited to tribal funds 174
Sale of surplus land reserved under act of April 26, 1906, section 7 529
Sanatorium, lands reserved for 580
School funds, disbursement of 173
Surplus lands, unleased lands to be sold 54
Town site moneys, per capita distribution authorized 108
Town sites to be established 358
Town lots reserved for mining leases to be sold 174
Tribal courts abolished, 1907 278
Tribal existence continued until division of property is complete 262
Warrants duly issued to be paid 354
Choctaw and Chickasaw Citizenship Court:  
Appropriation for 1905 37
Appropriation for expenses 15
Attorneys' fees to be determined 15
Existence extended to December 31, 1904 15
Expenses, appropriation for disallowed items 138
Papers transferred from Supreme Court 15
Practice in trying appeals 15
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf Railroad Co., leases made assignable 100
Christjohn, Esther, patent in fee to 249
Christjohn, William, patent in fee to 249
Citizenship claims. (See Five Civilized Tribes.)  
Citizenship rolls of Five Civilized Tribes:  
Penalty for copying 208
Publication of 208
Clark, C. C., payment to 583
Clark, Charley, homestead patent granted to 553
Clark, heirs of Mary and Francis, patent to 27
Classification of surplus lands on reservations authorized 523
Clatsop Indians:  
Claim to be reinvestigated 149
Settlement of claims, appropriation for 546
Clay, Lillian S., patent in fee to 143
Cloutier, Ada, patent in fee to 242
Coal and asphalt lands, reserved from sale 174
Coal lands:  
Cheyenne River Reservation, withheld from sale 374
Choctaw Nation—  
Leases extended 206
Reserved from allotment 205
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation—  
Classification and sale of surface, 1912 513
Investigation of value 214
Leases of adjoining lands 560
Choctaw Nation, segregation of additional lands 99
Cœur d'Alene Reservation, lands reserved 203
Fort Berthold Agency, provisions for mining 551
Fort Peck Reservation, withheld from sale 377,382
Osage Nation, to be reserved 254
Standing Rock Reservation, withheld from sale 374
(See also Leases.)  
Coburn, Charles, payment to 509
Coburn, Frances, payment to 509
Coeur d'Alene Reservation:  
Additional lands granted Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co 326
Agency buildings, appropriation for constructing 531
Allotments to all Indians 203
Appropriation for—  
1905 41,128
1906 128
1907 200,203
1908 274,275
1909 326
1910 397
1911 435
1912 492
1913 535
1914 571
Appropriation for surveys, 1905 56
Boundaries of reservation adjusted 306
Ceded lands—  
Proclamation opening to settlement 654
Time for payment extended 518,560
Coal and oil lands reserved 203
Executive order reserving school and agency lands 679
Funds from sale of lands to be held in trust 204
Lands granted to State for park 326
Lands occupied by agency reserved 204
Lands unallotted to be sold 203
Mining laws extended to surplus lands 203
Northern Idaho Insane Asylum may purchase lands 384
Per capita payments authorized, 1906 204
Town sites reserved 203
University of Idaho may purchase lands 384
Woodlawn Cemetery Association may purchase land 316
Coeur d'Alene Reservation School, appropriation for 1906 153
Coffey, James I., restrictions removed 218
Collister, Gertrude E., restrictions removed 232
Colorado River, diversion of waters for irrigation authorized 70
Colorado River Reservation:  
Allotments—  
Amount of irrigable lands increased 492
Irrigation charges to be a lien 492
Arizona and California Railroad granted additional lands 315
Irrigation—  
Appropriation for—  
1911 432
1914 569
Appropriation for constructing channels 534
Irrigation authorized 70
Irrigated lands, allotments to Indians 70
Town sites to be set apart 325
Colorado, State of, lands granted in former Southern Ute Reservation 304
Colored Agricultural and Normal University, Okla., lands granted to 192
Columbia Reservation, Wash.:  
Ceded lands, bill confirming entries returned 263
Ceded lands confirmation entries under Revised Statutes, 2306 265
Patents to allottees under Moses agreement 161
Colville Reservation:  
Allotments on diminished reserve 483
Allotments to all Indians 163
Appropriation for—  
1905 35
1906 124,135
1907 245
1908 301
1909 344
1910 420
1911 446
1912 503
1913 549
1914 584
Claim of Butler and Vale referred to Court of Claims 246
Correction in enrollment of act authorizing sale of lands 262
Diminished reserve—  
Sale of surplus lands 163
Agency and other lands excepted 164
Fort Spokane Military reserve to be sold 504
Funds, proceeds of sale of surplus lands 164
Great Northern Railway Co. may acquire station and grounds 587
Homesteads on north to be free 7
Improved lands excluded 7
Irrigable lands reserved 165
Kellar & Indiana Consolidated Smelting Co. may construct works 104
Lands ceded, payment for 245
Lands granted to Kellar & Indiana Smelting Co. for town site 141
Patents to allottees under Moses agreement 161
Payments to Indians 7,302,420
Payment for lands ceded, 1912 504
Per capita payments 164
Railroad rights of way, settlement of conflicts 551
Sale of lands to town of Okanogan 527
Sale of lands to town of Okanogan, description amended 550
School fund, deficiency to be paid by United States 7
Second payment to Indians of 344
Survey of lands, 1909 420
Town sites reserved 165
Colville River Indians, rights of way for drainage canals, may be sold by 65
Comanche County, Okla, settlers on pasture reserve may purchase lands 251
Comanche Jack, patent in fee to 233
Comanche School Reservation, right of way to railroad company 472
Commissions. (See Town site commission.)  
Commission of citizens. (See Board of Indian Commissioners.)  
Commission to Five Civilized Tribes:  
Appropriation for completing work—  
1905 50
1906 136
1907 207
1908 277
1909 339
1910 412
Children to be enrolled 148
Designation of employee to sign letters 391
Duties transferred to Secretary of Interior 136
Powers continued, 1903 14
Reports of topical index to be printed 264
Termination on July 1, 1905 50
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, annual report of employees 23
Commonwealth Lumber Co., judgment in favor of White Earth Band to be paid 369
Compilation of Indian laws and treaties:  
Additional copies authorized 109
Appropriation for expenses 20
Comstock, Henry S., payment to 422
Condemnation of lands for drainage purposes in certain cases 525
Confederated Bands of Utes:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 46
1911 445
Claim referred to Court of Claims 396
Conover, George W., patent to 25
Contracts:  
Affecting tribal property to be approved 581
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, affecting tribal property not to be approved until action by                        Congress 474
Five Civilized Tribes, approval of President required 181
Cook, Joseph T., patent in fee to 242
Cook, Taingena, patent in fee to 224
Cooper, Daniel H., patent in fee to 248
Cooper, Henry, patent in fee to 248
Cooper Island, reserved for public park 219
Cornelius, Adam P., patent in fee to 249
Cornelius, Alice, patent in fee to 248,249
Cornelius, Frank, patent in fee to 249
Cornelius, Joshua, patent in fee to 248
Cornelius, William, patent in fee to 248
Cornplanter, heirs may sue to recover lands 358
Counell, Willie, patent in fee to 216
Coursoll, Cecilia, patent in fee to 224
Coursoll, Joseph, patent in fee to 224
Coursoll, Mary, patent in fee to 224
Courts:  
Actions against Indians in Oklahoma to be brought in district where defendant resides 140
Appeals from United States courts in Indian Territory 158
Court of Claims:  
Appeal to Supreme Court 147
Appeals in Indian cases authorized 507
Attorneys' fees to be paid 159
Cherokee extension of restrictions on alienation, validity to be decided 279
Cherokees, intermarried whites case, to fix attorneys' fees 207
Chippewas, Saginaw, and other bands, claims to be adjudicated 474
Choctaw and Chickasaw freedmen, claims against to be adjudicated 363
Choctaw Nation, claims of Samuel Garland against, referred 358
Claim of J. H. Sypher, Choctaw Nation, to be adjudicated 54
Confederated Bands of Ute Indians, claim to be adjudicated 396
Colville Indians, claim of Butler and Vale to be determined 246
Creek Nation, claim of C. W. Turner against, to be adjudicated 370
Eastern Cherokee case:  
Appropriation to pay judgment 261
Interest on judgment 423
Jurisdiction confirmed 16
Payment of expenses from judgment 412
Fish, Joseph P. T., claim to allotment as Shawnee to be heard 211
Intermarried whites in Cherokee Nation, claim to be determined 54
Judgments in favor of Indians 506
Menominees:  
Claims, commission to take testimony 447
Claims of certain contractors referred to Court of Claims 447
Claims of traders against, to be adjudicated 357,421
Mille Lac Band of Chippewas, claims to be adjudicated 384
Mississippi Choctaws—  
Attorneys' fees 172
Attorneys' fees due Chester Howe and others, to be adjudicated 370
Omaha claims to be adjudicated 470
Osage Nation:  
Attorneys' fee due Lorenzo A. Bailey to be fixed 234
Claim of Vann and Adair to be adjudicated 233
Claims of land officers for sale of lands to be determined 27
Otoe and Missouria claims to be adjudicated 470
Payment under direction of Interior Department 506
Pitchlynn, Peter P., claim against Choctaws referred 212
Pottawatomies of Michigan, appropriation to pay judgment 56
Sac and Fox claims referred 304
Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux, claim forfeited annuties to be adjudicated 239
Utes, Confederated Bands of, appropriation to pay judgment 559
Yankton Sioux, claim to certain lands to be adjudicated 444
Courts of United States, South Dakota, jurisdiction over crimes on Indian reservations 6
Cox, Emmet, patent to 25
Cox, Jennie, patent in fee to 224
Crawford, Samuel J., payment of attorneys' fee to 156
Creek Indians:  
Alabama reservation, title of United States relinquished 523
Allotments, equalization of 412
Allotments of Seminoles to be investigated 149
Children born after May 25, 1901, to be enrolled 148
Claim of Clarence W. Turner referred to Court of Claims 370
Drainage assessments to be approved before payment 581
Drainage ditches may be granted rights of way 581
Equalization of allotments continued 170
Freedmen, roll of 170
Funds—  
Indebtedness to be paid, 1905 148
Turner Hardware Co. to be paid 149
Lands of, sale and leasing, appropriation for expenses 136
Lands—  
Seminoles, allottees to be ascertained 149
Sale of residue, provisions repealed 149
Loyal Creek claims, settlement of 14
Town-site funds to be used to pay debts 148
Town sites. (See Town sites in Creek, etc., Nations.)  
Tribal existence continued until division of property is complete 262
Turner Hardware Co., payment to 149
Western boundary fixed 231
Crimes and offenses:  
Committed on reservations in South Dakota to be within jurisdiction of United States court 424
Horse and stock stealing, penalty 5
Indians committing against other Indians to be subject to State laws 423
South Dakota, jurisdiction given United States courts 6
South Dakota, jurisdiction of Federal courts over Indian reservations 507
Crook National Forest Reservation, Executive orders relating to 672
Cross, Francis E., per capita payment to, 1905 47
Cross, Rachel, may sell land for cemetery 282
Crow Agency, appropriation for:  
1905 35
1906 124
1907 220
1908 285
1909 331
1910 402
1911 436
Crow Indians:  
Agreement ratified, 1904 87
Allotments 94
Allotment schedule to be filed 95
Amendments 92
Disbursement of proceeds 92
Sale of ceded lands 92
Water rights 94
Appropriation for—  
1905 41and128
1906 128and133
1907 221
1908 286
1909 332
1910 404
1911 437
1912 495
1913 538
1914 574
Ceded lands—  
Proclamation opening to settlement. 614
Time for settlement extended 264
Irrigated lands, proclamation opening to settlement 626
Irrigation lands reserved for 404
Proclamation providing for sale of certain lands at public auction 666
Proclamation providing for sale of remaining lands 662
Crow Creek Agency:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 35
1906 124
1907 237
1908 297
1909 341
1910 415
Land granted Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions 417
Crownpoint, N. Mex., lands reserved for Navajo Indians in vicinity of 688
Cushman School, appropriation for:  
1912 504
1913 549
1914 584
Cussen, Alice Inkanish, per capita payment to, 1905 47
Cuthead Band of Sioux Indians:  
Agreement ratified, 1904 83
Payment for certain lands 439
Cutschall, Louise, patent in fee to 242
"Cye" article on "Indians" 179

 


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