Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1929.
|Chap. 103||J. G. Seupelt. Homestead entry of, confirmed.|
Proceeds to credit of Indians.
34 Stat., 81, vol. 3, 164.
|Chap. 103||Time limit.|
|Chap. 103||Intoxicants prohibited.|
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 be, and he is hereby, authorized to permit one J. G. Seupelt to enter under the homestead laws, at the appraised price, a certain unsurveyed island in the Colville Indian Reservation, Washington, known as "Hog Island," containing about one hundred and fifty-two acres, located in the Columbia River, and within sections 26 and 35, township 30 north, range 36 east, of the Willamette meridian, in the State of Washington: Provided, That proceeds arising hereunder shall be subject to the provisions of section 6 of the Act of March 22, 1906 (volume 34, United States Statutes at Large,
page 81): Provided further, That the right of entry by the said Seupelt shall be exercised within ninety days after the execution and acceptance of the survey of the island: And provided further, That the land hereby disposed of shall be subject to all the laws of the United States prohibiting the introduction of intoxicants into the Indian country, until otherwise provided by Congress.
Approved, April 14, 1924.