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

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

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Chapter 92

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Chap. 92 Kiowa-Comanche and Apache ceded lands, Oklahoma.
Chap. 92 Time extended for payments by home-steaderson pasture, etc., lands.
    34 Stat., 213, ante, p. 184.
    34 Stat., 550, ante, p. 259.
    36 Stat., 266, ante, p. 427.
Chap. 92 Provisos. Time of payments.
Chap. 92 Interest.
Chap. 92 Patent.
Chap. 92 Condition.

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Chapter 92
    Apr. 27, 1912. [H. R. 19863.] | [Public, No. 134.] 37 Stat., 91.
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An act authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to subdivide and extend the deferred payments of settlers in the Kiowa-Comanche and Apache ceded lands in Oklahoma.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to subdivide into two parts each of the deferred annual payments on lands heretofore sold and entered under the act entitled “An act to open to settlement five hundred and five thousand acres of land in the Kiowa-Comanche and Apache Indian Reservation in the State of Oklahoma, approved June sixth, (fifth) nineteen hundred and six,” and the act entitled “An act giving preference rights to settlers on the Pasture Reserve numbered three to purchase land leased to them for agricultural purposes in Comanche County, Oklahoma,” approved June twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred and six, and extend the time of payment from the date on which each payment so divided becomes due under existing law: Provided, That one of the parts into which each deferred annual payment is subdivided shall be paid annually thereafter until the entire amount due is paid, and that not more than one of such parts shall be required to be paid annually: Provided, That all interest due on such deferred payments on the date of the passage and approval of this act shall be added to the principal, become a part thereof, and, together with all deferred payments, bear interest at the rate of four per centum per annum until paid: Provided further, That no patent or specie of title shall pass until all payments and interest are paid in full: And provided further, That full discretion is vested in the Secretary of the Interior to refuse an extension for fraud of the purchasers under the above-named acts.

Approved, April 27, 1912.

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