INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

Vol. IV, Laws     (Compiled to March 4, 1927)

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1929.


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Idaho,
           Cache National Forest, Utah and, diminished
982
                      preference rights of State not abridged 982
           Executive orders relating to Nez Perce Indians 1017
           gold, etc., mining leases allowed, on unallotted withdrawn mineral lands                       of reservations in 223
           mining leases allowed of metalliferous and nonmetalliferous deposits on                       unallotted withdrawn reservation lands in 910
Indian Affairs,
            authority of Congress over
1153
Indian Affairs, Commissioner of,
           authority of, over Indian affairs
1155
Indian Affairs Committee, House of Representatives,
            investigation of Indian Service by, authorized
225
Indian Campaigns, etc., 1859-1891 (see also Indian Wars),
           pensions granted to survivors of, and their widows
134, 364
                      service designated 134, 364
Indian Citizenship Act of June 2, 1924 420
Indian Courts,
           appropriation for judges
11, 57, 110, 151, 198, 240, 296, 377, 429, 466, 487, 524, 912.
                      no judge allowed Pueblos, New Mexico 301
Indian Funds,
           bookkeeping and accounting to comply with existing law
89
           detailed estimates of receipts and expenditures of tribal funds to be                       submitted annually; requirements 89
           insurance premiums may be paid from 520
           no payments from funds to be without specific authority; exceptions 89
           statement, for fiscal year, 1927 1167
Indian Homes,
           appropriation for correcting sanitary defects in, 1915
9
Indian Laws and Treaties, (see also United States Code),
           appropriation for compiling, etc., third volume of
59
Indian Memorial Commission, North American,
           George Frederick Kunz appointed member of
37
Indian Moneys,
           miscellaneous revenues from reservations, etc., to be deposited as
548
                      available for tribes, agencies, and schools, for whom collected 549
Indian Oasis Hospital, Arizona,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
55, 108, 149, 196, 237, 294, 339, 375, 441, 499, 538, 925.
Indian Office, (see also Indian Service),

           appropriation for
4, 43, 53, 133, 182, 190, 194, 235, 270, 292, 318, 337, 372, 397, 428, 466, 486, 524, 912
                      correction in enrollment of Act for 1920 directed 233
                      for additional clerks in 57, 109, 342, 378
                      for clerks, etc., determining heirs of deceased allottees 240, 297, 342, 378, 430, 488
                      for printing and binding for 138
                      for suits to set aside Five Civilized Tribes allotments 91
           increased compensation of designated employees; basis 131
Indian Police,
           appropriation for
11, 110, 151, 198, 239, 296, 342, 377, 429, 466, 487, 524, 912.
                      record of arrests, etc. 11
Indian Service, (see also Indian Office),

           appropriation for
146, 225, 230, 262, 278, 288, 326, 329, 332, 334, 367, 397, 428, 466, 487, 508, 514, 524, 911, 932.
                      for investigating conduct of, by Members-elect of 65th Congress                                  who are of Committee on Indian Affairs of the                                  House 131
                                 by 66th Congress 225
                                 powers and authority 131, 225
           authorization for appropriations and expenditures of, for support, etc. 330
                      relief of distress, conservation of health 330
                      industrial assistance, administration of property, etc. 330
                      operating, etc., irrigation systems and developing water supplies 330
                      buildings and grounds 330
                      employing designated officials, employees, etc. 330

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Indian Service—Continued.
            authorization for appropriations and expenditures of, suppressing liquor traffic
330
                      general and incidental expenses 330
           field service employees allowed quarters, fuel, and light, from any fund                       available 454
           field work appropriations available for work animals, vehicles, etc 544
Indian Supply Fund,
           created; expenditure therefrom
912
Indian Wars (see also Indian Campaigns),
           determination of periods of service in, for pensions to survivors of
550
                      records of War Department 550
                      reports to General Accounting Office 550
                                 if no record of muster 550
                      muster rolls of States or Territories 551
                      evidence satisfactory to Commissioner of Pensions, if no War                                  Department record, etc 551
                      certificate of discharge not essential 551
           pensions to survivors of, disabled; rates of disability 939
                      on reaching age of 62, and subsequently 940
           widows, for service of husband 940
           hereafter to survivors of service under former Act 941
Indians
           appropriation for asylum for insane, Canton, S. Dak
28, 82, 126, 217, 256, 311, 441, 467, 500, 538, 925.
                      for care of insane, Benson County, N. Dak. 75, 210

                      for continuing ethnological researches among
34, 42, 140, 180, 228, 278, 360, 396, 506, 522, 931
                      for correcting sanitary defects in homes of 9
                      for developing water for livestock of 343, 379, 432, 491, 528, 916
                      for emergency relief of destitute, available until June 30, 1922 339
                                 payment for work done on roads, for purchase of seed, etc. 339
                                 supplies from Army surplus 339

                      for encouraging self-support and civilization among
12, 57, 110, 152, 199, 241, 297, 342, 378, 467, 538, 925.

                      for encouraging industry among; repayment
297, 342, 378, 432, 466, 490, 527, 915

                                 restriction on expenditure to any one tribe
297, 343, 378, 432, 491, 527, 915
                      for farm sites, etc., for nonreservation, in Nevada 73
                      for increased expenditures during fiscal year 1919, for benefit of, from                                  tribal funds, additional to other payments 177
                                 limited to estimates submitted 177
                                 funds excluded 177

                      for livestock of, destroyed to prevent contagious diseases, etc.
58, 111, 153, 199, 241, 343, 379, 432, 491, 528, 916


                      for relieving distress, treating diseases, etc.
9, 54, 107, 148, 195, 237, 294, 339, 375, 440, 467, 499, 537, 924.
                      for additional amounts from tribal funds for support, etc., of specified                                  Indians 314


           appropriation for suppressing liquor traffic
9, 54, 107, 148, 195, 237, 293, 339, 375, 429, 466, 488, 524, 912.
                      for suppressing traffic in peyote, etc. 375, 524, 912


                      for survey, etc., for allotments in severalty to
7, 53, 107, 147, 194, 235, 292, 337, 373, 430, 466, 489, 508, 525, 914.
           deficiency appropriation for 230
           alienation restrictions on allotments may be removed by Secretary of interior 366
           on homestead allotments to, of Blackfeet Reservation, Mont., removed on                       death of allottee 420
           authority of Congress over 1153
           canceling of fee simple patents to, before end of trust period 932
           citizenship declared of, born in territorial limits of United States 420
                      granted to, honorably discharged from service of World War 232
           claims of designated tribes of, in Montana, Idaho, and Washington, for lands,                       etc., taken by United States, to be determined by Court of Claims 402
           final enrollment of any tribe, authorized 200
                      effect of enrollment 200
                      tribes excepted 200
           general mining laws inapplicable to 1056
           insurance premiums for protecting property of, may be paid from tribal funds 520
           lands purchased for, subject to allotment restrictions, etc. 396
                      leases of irrigable lands for the aged, etc., allowed; terms, etc 58
           preservation of rights, etc. 1154
           pro rata share of incompetent, may be expended for his benefit; restriction 58
           relinquishment to, of railroad grant lands in Arizona, etc., extended 473
                      occupation in good faith required 473
           restriction on expenditure for any one tribe 57
           livestock of, destroyed to prevent contagious diseases, etc. 58
           restriction on, going into Texas repealed 58
                      on sales, etc., of livestock of, restricted 200
                                 branding, etc., required 200
                                 punishment for violations 200
           restrictive period against alienation 1053
           rights, liberties, etc., of, under Northwest Ordinance 1165
           unexpended balance of 1913 appropriation for promoting industry, etc.,                       covered in 920
Indians, American,
           appropriation for continuing ethnological researches in
34, 42, 140, 180, 228, 278, 360, 396, 506, 522, 931
Industrial Employment,
           appropriation for obtaining, for pupils
10, 55, 109, 150, 197, 238, 295, 341, 376, 527, 534
Infectious Diseases,
           appropriation for preventing, etc
9, 54, 107, 148, 195, 237, 294, 339, 375, 440, 499, 537, 924.
                      segregation of Indians with 9

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Insect Infestation of Timber,
           appropriation for
533
           deficiency appropriation for preventing loss on Reservations 332
           protection against, on Government lands authorized 364
Inspectors,
           appropriation for pay and expenses
152, 199, 240, 297, 524
                      for expenses; subsistence allowance 57, 109, 342, 378, 429, 487, 912
Inspectors of Irrigation,
           appropriation for
8, 54, 107, 148, 529
Insurance,
           premiums for fire, etc., of property of Indians may be paid from tribal funds
520
Intoxicating Liquors (see also Liquor Traffic),
           authorization of expenditures for preventing traffic in, etc., among Indians
330
                      punishment for unlawful possession of, in Indian country, etc 195
Investigation of Indian Service, by House Committee on Indian Affairs 131, 225
Iou-Ol-Umnes, Wethillas, etc., Treaty of 1851,
           (unratified)
1096
Iowa Indians, Kans.,
           Executive orders relating to
1020
Iowa Indians, Oklahoma,
           claims of, against United States referred to Court of Claims; procedure, etc
266
Iowa, and Sac and Fox Indians, Oklahoma,
           Executive order extending trust period on allotments of
1041
Irrigation, Reservations,
            appropriation for construction, maintenance, etc
8, 54, 107, 147, 194, 235, 292, 338, 373, 433, 466, 491, 528, 916.
                                 Fort Apache Reservation, Ariz. 202, 243, 344, 380
                                 San Juan, N. Mex. 209
                      for construction and maintenance, Laguna Pueblo, Calif. 250, 334
                      for improving, Crow, Mont. 248, 304, 349, 385

                      for investigating new projects, power and reservoir sites
8, 54, 107, 148, 195, 236, 293, 338, 374, 433, 492

                                 projects specifically provided for, excluded
8, 54, 107, 236, 338, 374, 433, 492, 917
                                 interchangeable amounts for flood damages, etc. 236, 339, 374, 917
                                 owners to reimburse irrigation charges where water can be                                             delivered; credits for 236
                                 use of reimbursable money restricted 237, 339
                      for inspectors, superintendents, etc. 8, 54, 107, 148, 236, 529
                                 proceeds from sales available for maintenance 8
                                 expenditures for, reimbursable if funds permit 8
                                 apportionment of cost per capita 8
           annual statement of all projects; details required 8
                                 status of water rights of certain Indians, methods of financing,                                             etc 9
                      appropriation for specified projects, from tribal funds 236, 293, 338, 374
                      for irrigation engineers 236, 293, 338, 374, 433, 492, 917
                      for traveling, etc expenses 236, 293, 433, 492
                      for developing water supply for nomadic Papago Indians 12

                      for Colorado River pumping plant
12, 59, 153, 201, 202, 243, 299, 344, 380, 434, 493
                      for dike, Fort Mohave, Ariz. 13

                      for Fort Hall, Idaho
14, 62, 114, 156, 204, 245, 301, 346, 382, 398
                                 investigating water supply, etc., San Carlos project 14
                      for maintenance 202, 243

           for advances, Yuma Reservation, Calif.
14, 62, 113, 155, 203, 245, 301, 434, 493, 530
                      for Fort Peck Reservation, Mont., construction 18, 70, 118, 159, 207, 248, 304
                                 operation 349, 385
                      for Milk River, Mont 18, 69

                      for Blackfeet Reservation, Mont., construction
18, 70, 118, 159, 207, 248, 304, 349, 385, 435

                      for Flathead, Mont., construction
18, 70, 118, 159, 207, 248, 304, 349, 385, 435, 466, 494, 530
                      for maintenance, Fort Belknap, Mont. 303, 349, 384, 435, 466, 494, 930

                      for Gila River, Ariz., maintenance
12, 59, 112, 153, 201, 243, 344, 380, 434, 492, 529
                                 additional project 60, 154, 243, 299, 345
                      for Hogback, N. Mex. 306, 350, 386
                                 Moapa River, Nev. 305
                      for maintenance, Modoc Point, Klamath, Oreg. 27, 80, 125, 216, 256
                      for maintenance, Pyramid Lake, Nev. 350, 385
                                 San Xavier, Ariz. 299
                                 Yuma, Calif. 203, 434, 493, 530

                      for systems to allotments of Uncompahgre, etc., Utes
29, 83, 127, 257, 356, 392, 436, 494, 532
                      for Wapato 29, 173, 219, 259, 357, 392, 399

                      for Yakima, Wash., system
30, 84, 127, 141, 173, 181, 324, 357, 392

                      for Shoshone Reservation, Wyo.
34, 88, 131, 176, 221, 358, 394, 399
                      for dam, Big Horn River, immediately available 325

                      for developing water supply for Papago villages, southern Arizona
60, 112, 201, 243, 299, 345, 380, 432, 491, 528
                      for Salt River, Ariz., allotments 60, 154
                      for diversion dams, Gila River 60, 154, 300, 344, 380
                                 on Wind River Reservation 222
                      for Ganado project, Navajo, Ariz 112, 344, 380, 434, 466, 493, 529

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Irrigation, Reservations—Continued.
           appropriation for extension of
61, 154, 299

                                 operating, etc
201, 243, 299, 344, 380, 434, 466, 493, 529
                      for extending, Pyramid Lake, Nev. 73, 119, 160, 208, 305
                                 maintenance, etc. 249
                      for extending, Salt River 154
                      for irrigation engineers 195, 236, 338, 374, 917

                      for Klamath, Oreg.
170, 194, 216, 256, 310, 355, 390
                      for maintenance, Utes 173
                      for miscellaneous expenses 194
                      for reconstruction, etc., Laguna Indians, N. Mex. 350, 386

                      for stream gauging, cooperative with Geological Survey
148, 195, 236, 338, 374, 433, 492
           deficiency appropriation for drainage, etc., on reservations 466
                      for maintenance, Fort Hall Reservation 334
                      for Gila River Reservation 405, 529
                      for Modoc Point, Oreg. 335, 355, 390, 435, 494
           authorization of expenditures for extending, etc., systems of 330
                      for extending, to additional lands in Fort Hall, Idaho 943
           drainage assessments on certain allotments in Okla., approved 5
           Executive orders relating to San Carlos dam, etc. 1002
           expenditures for, on Fort Belknap Reservation, Mont., a lien against land benefited                       regardless of ownership 321
           Flathead, assignments and patents 5
           Fort Peck and Blackfeet reservations, Mont., interest allowed on irrigation                       advances 522
           lands for American Falls reservoir under Minidoka project, to be acquired from Indians of Fort Hall Reservation 411
           patents for homestead entries, etc., in, regulations for issue, etc. 949
Isleta Drainage Canal, N. Mex.,
           appropriation for paying crop, etc., damages in constructing
917


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