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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O-bah-baum, payment to 425
O'Brien, Dan, patent in fee to 233
Odanah, town site established 249
O'Grady, James M. E., attorney's fee to 41
Ohiya, patent may be cancelled 229
Oil, etc., lands, Osage Nation, to be reserved 254
Oil leases, Osage, to E. B. Foster 137
Okanogan, town of:  
Description of land amended 550
May purchase lands in Colville Reservation 527
Okinyanwastena, Michael, restrictions removed 228
Oklahoma:  
Admission as a State 186
Banks, deposit of tribal funds authorized 499
Indian rights not impaired 186
Intoxicants, sale prohibited for 21 years in certain parts 188
Lands of Indians, disclaimer of right to 189
Lands of Indians excepted from school grants 189
Osage Reservation to be separate county 192
Sulphur Springs Reservation 190
University land granted 190
Oklahoma State Penitentiary, acquisition of coal lands 515
Oklahoma University, lands granted to 192
Okmulgee, Okla., payment for street improvements 442
Old Goodland Indian Industrial School:  
Appropriation for 1914 578
Lands reserved for 209
Oldman, John, patent in fee to 225
Olney, Franklin P., patent in fee to 247
Omaha Northern Railway Co., time for construction extended 82
Omaha Reservation:  
Agency lands reserved from sale 522
Allotments in Nebraska may be taxed 452
Claim referred to Court of Claims 470
Drainage assessments on tribal lands to be paid 384
Exchange of lands 522
Intoxicants prohibited for 25 years 522
Payments to children who have not received allotments 522
Per capita payment to, 1905 47
Per capita payment to Indians 384
Per capita payments of proceeds of surplus lands 522
Reclamation of tribal lands 385
Restrictions on alienation may be removed 385
Sale of unallotted lands, 1912 521
Town sites reserved 522
Oneida Indians of Wisconsin:  
Annuities, negotiations for commutation of 506
Restrictions on alienation may be removed 249
Ooyusuttah, Sarah, patent in fee to 213
Oregon, Confederated Bands in middle Oregon, appropriation for support, 1905 133
Ormsby County, Nev., payment to 438
Orphan children, appropriation for care of in Indian Territory:  
1907 206
1908 277
Osage Agency, appropriation for:  
1905 36
1906 124
1907 229
1908 294
1909 335
1910 409
Osage Nation:  
Act for division of lands and funds, 1906 252
Agency buildings to be sold 256
Allotments homesteads to be designated 425
Annuities due minor children not attending school to be withheld 580
Appropriation for—  
1905 43,129
1906 129
1907 230
1908 295
Attorney's fee to Lorenzo A. Bailey, payment of 234
Boarding school reserve 255
Cemetery reserve 256
Claim of Vann and Adair referred to Court of Claims 233
Commission to divide surplus lands 254
Court of Claims to determine claims against, for sale of lands 27
Deceased Indians' estates subject to county courts 518
Deeds to be executed and approved 258
Delegate to Oklahoma constitutional convention 186
Disposal of property by will 520
Division of lands directed 253
Improvements, sale of 254
Election of tribal officers 258
Excepted from provisions of act of June 25, 1910 484
Exchange of surplus allotments 518
Funds due under treaty of 1825 placed to credit of 295
Funds from town site lots in Pawhuska 138
Funds reserved for agency purposes 520
Funds reserved for school and agency support 257
Distribution after 25 years 257
Funds to be held in trust for 25 years 257
Pro rata division directed 257
Income to be paid per capita 257
Highways, how established 258
Inheritance rights preserved 258
Lands granted for religious purposes 255
Lands may be purchased by John N. Florer 255
Leases for farming purposes 258
Leases of oil, gas, and coal lands 256
Minor and incompetent Indians' property subject to county courts 518
Oil, coal, and gas lands reserved 255
To become individual property after 25 years 255
Oil lease to Edwin B. Foster, allotments to be subject to 137
Parents to control land of minors 258
Partition of property of deceased Indians 519
Payments of funds due individuals 519
Per capita payment authorized, 1907 295
Proceeds of civilization fund covered into Treasury 491
Railroads, rights of way 258
Record of deeds and conveyances 183
Restrictions on alienation 254,520
Rolls of citizenship confirmed 252
Children to be added 252
Fraudulent claims to be investigated 253
Surplus lands may be sold 388
Secretary of Interior to supervise 258
Taxation of inherited lands 518
Timber and stone act extended over 76
To be separate county of Oklahoma 192
Town site commission—  
Continued 256
Created 138
Town sites established 138
Town site of Pawhuska created 138
Traders' claims to be paid 54
Traders, limit of credit increased 234
Treaty appropriation for 1905 43
Osage Town Site Commission, appointment of commissioners 138
Osborne, Alice, per capita payment to, 1905 47
Osborne, John, per capita payment to, 1905 47
Otoe and Missouria Reservation:  
Allotments to children 63
Claim referred to Court of Claims 470
Equalization of allotments 63
Lands attached to Noble County 158
Payment of transportation to Washington 234
Per capita payment to, 1905 47
Religious societies granted certain lands 479
Reservation lines abolished 63
Ots-se-kuddy-kid-dah-hay, patent to be issued to 232
Ottawa Indians:  
Claim to trust stocks, Court of Claims to hear 158
Roll to be prepared 329
Ouray Agency, appropriation for 1907 243
Owen, Alice, and children:  
Placed on Cherokee rolls 208
James H., payment to 394
Owens, Roy, patent in fee to 224
Ozette Indians, allotment authorized 507

 


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