INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

Vol. I, Laws     (Compiled to December 1, 1902)

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904.


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Idaho, Executive orders relating to reservations in 835
Improvements, of two or more Indians on same subdivision of land, allotment how made 33
on lands of tribes in Indian Territory, attachment forbidden 50
Five Civilized Tribes, allotments to include 93
of persons whose citizenship is denied 91
refund of amount paid for, if owner is declared citizen 93
leased from Five Civilized Tribes, damages to lessee for ejection 91
land of another of Five Civilized Tribes, payment for on removal 99
Navaho lands before included in reservation, to be paid for 285
town sites in Cherokee Nation 794,795
selection of allotments to embrace 33
Inciting hostility with tribes, penalty for 13
Incompetent persons, Cherokee Nation, selection of allotments for 797
Chickasaw Nation, allotments, selection and patents 786
Choctaw Nation, allotments, selection and patents 786
Creek Nation, selection of homesteads 764
funds of. (See “Orphans.”)  
Incorporation of electric railroad companies in Indian Territory 110
telegraph companies in Indian Territory 110
telephone companies in Indian Territory 110
towns in Indian Territory, Arkansas laws applicable 94
councils 95
elections 94,95
free schools 95
improvements, transfer of 95
leases, transfers of 95
marshal 95
mayor 95
recording papers 94
taxation 95
“Indian,” term defined as used in Alaska 105
Indian Affairs, Commissioner of. (See Commissioner of Indian Affairs.)  
Indemnity school selections of reservation lands prior to opening for settlement 76
Indian lands, intruders on, may be removed 18
returning after removal, penalty 18
Indian Office, records of, certified copies 65
deeds to be recorded 65
legalized 64
unverified copies 65
seal of 65
Indian Territory—  
Absentee Wyandot, provisions for removal to, repealed 522,600,621
Arizona and New Mexico Indians not to be removed to 176
Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Company granted right of way through 572,669
Arkansas laws extended over Indian Territory (see also Arkansas laws, etc.) 48
criminal laws not conflicting with United States laws extended over 51
Arkansas Northwestern Railway Company granted right of way through 589
amended provisions relating to 687
Arkansas, Texas and Mexican Central Railway Company granted right of way through 517
amended provisions relating to 639
arrests in, for crimes and offenses 53
assault with deadly weapon 44
intent to rob, penalty for 44
attachment of improvements on lands of Indian nations prohibited 50
banking laws extended over 51
boundaries of 45,47
brand of stock, alteration of, penalty for 44
central judicial district 71
additional terms of court in 121
boundary changed 118
Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railroad Company, right of way through 250
sale of franchises 358
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company granted right of way through 472
additional land for station and Y in the Chickasaw Nation 475
franchises of Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company purchased 358
time for construction extended 630
Choctaw Coal and Railway Company, granted right of way 256
route amended 311
time for construction extended 399,509
leases from Choctaw Nation 373
purchasers of franchises may organize a new company 547
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company, successor to Choctaw, Coal and Railway            Company, additional provisions relative to right of way 595,697
churches, penalty for disturbing worship in 43
circuit court of appeals, jurisdiction in certain cases 77
cities and towns. (See also Cities and towns in Indian Territory.)  
acquisition of lands for public purposes 93
incorporation of, Arkansas laws applicable 94
council 95
elections 94,94,95
free schools 95
improvements, transfer of 95
leases, transfer of 95
marshals 95
mayors 95
taxation 95
citizenship accorded to all Indians in 35,114
not to affect tribal rights 54
civil suits, jurisdiction of district courts 74
venue may be changed 74
clerk of United States court to act as recorder of deeds 52
constables, appointment, duties, and bond 53,73
for central and western judicial districts, additional 121
Constitution of United States extended over 50
contracts between citizens of tribes and citizens of United States to be binding 47
corporations, banking and trust companies 111
electric railroad companies 110
fees for incorporating 110
foreign corporations 110
banking and trust companies 111
certificate to be filed 110
failure to comply with laws to vitiate contracts 111
limitations upon powers as upon local corporations 110
local agents for 110
laws of Arkansas extended over 110
telegraph companies 110
telephone companies 110
municipal corporations 94,95
courts of appeals, jurisdiction and procedure same as that provided for supreme court of             Arkansas 75
United States opened to Indians 88
rooms for, to be procured 75
crimes and offenses—  
animals, injury to 44
arrest and examination before United States commissioner 53
asault with deadly weapon 44
intent to rob 44
boundary monuments, defacing of 82
brand of stock, alteration of 44
bribery in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations 653
burglary 37
disturbing religious worship 43
fires, malicious starting of 44
general laws of United States extended over 50
horse stealing 37
intoxicants, sale, etc 74
jurisdiction of courts 51
jurisdiction of courts—  
circuit of district courts for eastern district of Texas 51
western district of Arkansas 51
district court, third division, district of Kansas over Quapaw Agency 63
district courts, limited to district 74
jurisdiction of United States commissioners 73
lotteries prohibited 52
provisions relating to, note 39
Quapaw Agency, prosecutions in district court, third division, Kansas 63
railroads, obstruction of 43
rendition of fugitives 53
robbery 37
shooting and throwing at railroad trains 78
stock, alteration of brand 44
upon officers of United States 37
tribal officers to be included 90
criminal fugitives in, rendition of 54
laws of Arkansas extended over 51
prosecutions to be in name of United States 51
Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railway Company granted right of way through 631
rights transferred to Denison, Bonham and Gulf Railway Company 684
Denison and Northern Railroad Company granted right of way through 451
amended provisions relative to 596
time for construction extended 635
Denison and Washita Valley Railroad Company granted right of way 235
branch line may be constructed 354
extension of route 354
descent and partition of allotments, laws of Kansas in force 34
electric railroad companies, incorporation of 110
Enid and Anadarko Railway Company granted right of way through 744
examination before commissioner and order for removal where crime committed in foreign              jurisdiction 53
excessive inclosures of land by members of Five Civilized Tribes, penalty for 81,97
Executive orders relating to reservations in 839
extradition of criminals to be by judge of United States court 54
fires, malicious starting of 44
foreign corporations in 110
Fort Gibson, Tahlequah and Great Northeastern Railway Company granted right of way through 403
Fort Smith and Dardanelle Railroad Company granted right of way through 317
Fort Smith and El Paso Railroad Company granted right of way through 274
Fort Smith and Western Railway Company granted right of way through 692
amended provisions relative to 700
Fort Smith and Western Coal Railroad Company granted right of way through 577
time for construction extended and crossings to be constructed 644
Fort Worth and Denver City Railroad Company granted right of way through 247
time for construction extended and route amended 379
Gainesville, McAlester and St. Louis Railroad Company granted right of way through 476
amended provisions relative to 580,668
time for construction extended 679
Gainesville, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Company granted right of way through 462
Galena, Guthrie and Western Railway Company granted right of way through 355
government of, duty of United States declared 81
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company granted right of way through 217
Hutchinson and Southern Railway Company granted right of way through 364
route amended 438
time for construction extended 438,551
industrial schools established 198
inspector to be located in 100
duty to be considered in the field 111
salary, allowance of per diem 111
interest, legal rate 6 per cent unless otherwise specified 111
not to exceed 8 per cent 111
Interoceanic Railway Company granted right of way for railroad, telegraph, and telephone lines 500
amendments to grant 594
intoxicants, sale of, prohibited, jurisdiction of courts 51
judge of United States courts, appointment, salary, and term of office 39,71,88
judicial districts of 70
jurisdiction of courts in, note 39
justices of the peace, Arkansas laws applicable 53,73
United States commissioners to act as 53
Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway granted right of way 231,400
time for construction extended 511
Kansas City and Pacific Railway Company granted right of way 267
time for construction extended 348
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Gulf Railway Company, right of way through 239
grant repealed 321
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Memphis Railroad Company granted right of way 584
Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf Railroad Company granted right of way 469
branch road authorized 569
time for construction extended 558
to build fences and bridges 558
Kansas, Oklahoma, Central and Southwestern Railroad Company granted right of way 505
amended provisions relative to 617,677
lands in, ceded, to become a part of Oklahoma 45
claimed by Greer County, Tex 939,993
laws of Arkansas extended over 48
United States extended to Indians and to apply irrespective of race 88
leases of mineral lands in 93
Little River Valley Railway Company granted right of way through 673
lotteries prohibited 52
marriages of Indians in, to be according to tribal laws 52
provisions regarding 52
United States commissioner may solemnize 53
marshals in. (See Marshals.)  
military force in, President may appoint field officers 90
mineral lands, excepted from allotment 93
lease of 93,94
mortgages of railroads in, recording of, in Interior Department 117
Muscogee Coal and Railway Company granted right of way through 627
Muscogee, Oklahoma and Western Railway Company granted right of way through 612
national banking laws extended over 50
naturalization upon application to United States court 54
Nebraska, Kansas and Gulf Railway Company granted right of way through 635
northern judicial district 70
cases transferred to western district 121
marshal for 121
terms of court in 121
notaries public, United States commissioners to act as 53
Oklahoma created out of 45
Oto and Missouri removed to 190
Paris, Choctaw and Little Rock Railway Company, right of way granted for construction of           railroad, telephone, and telegraph lines 281
Pittsburg, Columbus and Fort Smith Railway Company granted right of way through 359
Ponca to be removed to 167,175
proclamation warning settlers to remove from 937,938
prisons for United States courts 75
Quapaw Agency, clerk at Miama to be recorder 121,597
railroads in (see also Railroads in Indian Territory) 114
all companies acquiring rights in any manner to be subject to act of 1902 117
annuities payable to tribes 103
Congress reserves right to amend law 117
construction, time may be extended two years 117
crossings, all trains to stop at 54,56
application for, to be made to judge of United States court 116
automatic signals at, trains need not stop 117
Interstate Commerce Commission to approve 117
commissioners to assess damages to intersecting roads 55,116
appeal to United States court 55,116
compensation of commissioners 55
condemnation proceedings 116
double damages for violation of law regarding 56
referees to decide all questions 116
appeal to United States court 116
yards and switches of other roads not to be crossed 116
discriminations against intersecting railroads prohibited 56
lease of connecting lines 90
mails to be carried 116
mortgages, recording in Interior Department 117
obstructing or destroying, penalty for 43
right of way through reservations, allotments, etc 114
abandonment of right of way 115
annual payment to tribe 116
change of route 114
charges, Congress to regulate 116
compensations for land taken 115
costs of award 116
referees to determine 115
appeal to United States court 115
witnesses, fees of 115
deposit of award 115
interstate transportation, Congress to regulate 116
maps of route, filing of 114
mortgages to be recorded in Interior Department 117
stations, lands for 77,114
water supply, how secured 114
width not to exceed 100 feet, exceptions 114
yards, water stations, etc., lands for 114
special provisions for—  
Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Company 572,669
Arkansas Northwestern Railway Company 589
amended provisions 687
Arkansas, Texas and Mexican Central Railway Company 517
amended provisions 639
Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company 250
sale of franchises to Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company 358
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company 472
additional land for station and Y in Chickasaw Nation 475
may purchase franchises of Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway Company 358
time for construction extended 630
Choctaw Coal and Railway Company 256
route amended 311
time for construction extended 399,509
leases from Choctaw Nation 373
purchasers of franchises may organize new company 547
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company, successor to Choctaw Coal and                           Railroad Company, amended provisions relating to 595,697
Denison, Benham and Gulf Railway Company 684
Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railroad Company 631
franchises transferred to Denison, Bonham and Gulf Railway Company 684
Denison and Northern Railroad Company 451
amended provisions 596
time for construction extended 635
Denison and Washita Valley Railroad Company 235
branch line may be constructed 354
extension of route 354
Enid and Anadarko Railway Company 744
Fort Gibson, Talequah and Great Northwestern Railway Company 403
Fort Smith and El Paso Railroad Company 274
Fort Smith and Western Coal Railroad Company 577
time for construction extended, crossings to be constructed 644
Fort Smith and Western Railroad Company 692
amended provisions 700
Fort Smith, Paris, and Dardanelle Railroad Company 317
Fort Worth and Denver City Railway Company 247
time for construction extended and route amended 379
Gainesville, McAllister and St. Louis Railroad Company 476
amended provisions 580,668
time for construction extended 679
Gainesville, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Company 462
Galena, Guthrie and Western Railway Company 355
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railroad Company 217
Hutchinson and Southern Railway Company 364
route extended 438
time for construction extended 438,551
Interoceanic Railway Company 500
amendments to grant 594
Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway Company 231,400
time for construction extended 511
Kansas City and Pacific Railroad Company 267
time for construction extended 348
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Gulf Railway Company 239
grant repealed 321
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Memphis Railroad Company 584
Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf Railroad Company 469
branch road 569
time for construction extended, and fences and bridges to be built 558
Kansas, Oklahoma Central and Southwestern Railway Company 505
amended provisions 617,677
Little River Valley Railway Company 673
Muscogee Coal and Railway Company 627
Muscogee, Oklahoma and Western Railroad Company 612
Nebraska, Kansas and Gulf Railway Company 635
Paris, Choctaw and Little Rock Railroad Company 281
Pittsburg, Columbus and Fort Smith Railway Company 359
St. Louis and Oklahoma City Railroad Company 581
St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company 206
time for construction extended 235
St. Louis, Oklahoma and Southern Railroad Company 585
time for construction extended 677
Sherman and Northwestern Railway Company 368
Southern Kansas Railroad Company 220
religious worship in, disturbing, penalty for 43
removal of persons from, forbidden when persons are in lawful possession of land in town site 120
recorders of deeds in, clerks to act as 52
reservation for Modoc established 158
Pawnee established 160
St. Louis and Oklahoma City Railroad Company, granted right of way through 581
St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company, granted right of way through 206
time for construction extended 235
St. Louis, Oklahoma and Southern Railroad Company, granted right of way through 585
time for construction extended 677
Sherman and Northwestern Railway Company, granted right of way through 368
Southern judicial district, terms of court in, additional 121
Southern Kansas Railroad Company, right of way granted 220
stock, alteration of brand 44
surveys, boundary movements 82
cost limited 82
defacing of, how punished 82
Geological Survey to supervise 82
instructions to be issued by Secretary of the Interior 82
plats, filing of 82
rectangular system to be followed 82
telegraph companies, incorporation of 110
telegraph lines through 114
obstructing or injuring property, penalty for 43
telephone companies, incorporation of 110
lines through 114
obstructing or injuring property, penalty for 43
right of way granted to Seneca Telephone Company 703
timber and stone for use in, may be taken from lands of Five Civilized Tribes 108
trains in, shooting at 78
tribal courts, jurisdiction of 48
abolished 100
cases transferred to United States courts 100
lands, attachment of improvements on, forbidden 50
laws, not to be enforced by United States courts 100
United States commissioners in. (See United States commissioners in Indian Territory.)  
courts in. (See United States courts in Indian Territory.)  
district attorneys in 39,71,85
marshals in, appointments, etc 39
expenses allowable 86
field deputies 86
salary 85
western judicial district 120
clerk to be recorder of deeds 121
laws applicable to 121
witnesses, fees in felony cases 122
Indian wars, pension to survivors of 122
Indians preferred as employees 7,29,66,69,113
in purchase of supplies in open market 113
term defined as used in Alaska 105
Indigent Choctaw and Chickasaw, fund for support of 748
Industrial schools, establishment of in Minnesota, Michigan, and Wisconsin 399
on Fort Belknap Reservation 265
on Pawnee Reservation, Nebraska 198
reserve for in Indian Territory 198
superintendents may act as agents 67,79
Inherited lands, Kansa Nation, sale of 769
Injunctions, Commission to Five Civilized Tribes not to be subject to 101
Inspectors—  
appointment by the President 4
duties 4
examination of agencies, alternately by different inspector 5
need not be made twice a year 23
Indian Territory, one to be located in 100
duty to be considered field service 111
salary, allowance of per diem 111
legal proceedings to be instituted by to enforce laws 5
number not to exceed five 4
reduced to three 23
oaths may be administered by 4
salary $3,000 per annum 4
suspension of employees and agents by 4
term of office four years 4
to investigate agencies 4
traveling expenses to be allowed 4
to be included in annual report 4
Interest, legal rate in Indian Territory to be 6 per cent unless otherwise agreed upon 111
8 per cent may be contracted for 111
Interior, Secretary of the—  
affairs relating to the Indians to be under supervision of 1
agents, discontinuation of services 7
allotments, errors in to be corrected by 70
reports of agents making, to be transmitted to 33
unallotted lands, negotiations for purchase 34
annual report to be made to Congress on first day of session 25
show expenditure of education fund 36
items of appropriations disbursed 25
number of Indians on agencies 25
proceeds of sales of natural products of reservations 31
property on reservations not required, removal and sale 101
purchase of supplies under exigency in open market 112
school statistics 36
traveling expenses of inspectors 4
annuities to be withheld from tribes holding captives 11
arms and ammunition, sale to hostile Indians to be prohibited by 1
army officers detailed as agents to be under supervision of 100
boundaries of agencies and subagencies to be established 6
commissioners may be appointed by 6
Commission to Five Civilized Tribes to report annually their expenses 80,112
contracts with Indians to be approved by 11
assignments to be approved 12
deeds, etc., acknowledged before agents, regulations regarding to be prescribed 6
disbursements, proceeds of timber and natural products of reservations 36
regulations for special agents making 76
retention of funds due tribes holding captives 11,23
supplies and annuities, tribes may be exempted from requirement of labor to amount of on                  reservation before delivery 24
employees of Indian service at agencies, number and kind to be prescribed 24,89
discontinuation of services by 7
preference to Indians 69
highways through Indian lands may be opened by 114
homestead entries by Indians, regulations for, to be prescribed 23
interest on proceeds of ceded lands to be invested by 10
irrigation of reservation lands to be under direction of 35
leases of mineral lands in Indian Territory to be by 93,94
regulations to be prescribed for lease of allotments 57
railroad rights of way, regulations for acquiring to be prescribed 104
station lands in Indian Territory to be granted by 77
schools, attendance at, regulations to be prescribed 67
retention of clothing and annuities from parents 65
superintendents may be given additional duties 102
special agents to be appointed by 6
survey of Indian Territory, instructions to be issued by 82
telegraph and telephone grants to be made under supervision of 113
timber and stone lands, regulations for sale of in the Five Civilized Tribes to be prescribed 108
town sites, appeals from commissions in Creek and Cherokee nations 106
appraisements of lots to be approved by 96
regulations for establishment of boundaries 107
survey of in Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Cherokee nations 106
regulations to be prescribed 106
town authorities may be permitted to make 107
trust funds to be under supervising care of 26
deposit in lieu of investment 28
Interoceanic Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory 500
amendments to grant 594
Interpreters—  
agencies to be allowed 6
appointment by Interior Department upon nomination by agent 6
Indians to be preferred 7
discontinuation of services when unnecessary 7
employees at agency not to be paid extra as 67
salary of 7
suspension of, by agents 6
Interstate Commerce Commission, automatic signals at railroad crossings in Indian Territory and        Oklahoma may be authorized by 117
Interstate transportation, railroads through Indian Territory and Oklahoma, Congress reserves right to        regulate 116
Intoxicants—  
annuities not to be paid to Indians under influence of 9
Arkansas laws extended to Indian Territory not to authorize sale of 95
arrest for introducing into Indian country or selling to Indians 64
ceded lands of Omaha, Pawnee, Oto, and Missouri and Sauk and Foxes, in Nebraska and Kansas, not to be sold on 140
Chickasaw Nation, lands ceded as sulphur springs, sale prohibited on 785
Creek Nation, to be prohibited 661,739
distilleries to be destroyed 18
introduction into Indian country prohibited, penalty for 63,84
on allotments 84
War Department may authorize 64
Lapwai Reservation, Idaho, sale prohibited 540
penalty for introduction into Indian country 64
sale to reservation Indians 64
qui tam actions for recovery of 18
procedure against when seized 18
sale of, in Indian Territory, jurisdiction of courts 51,74
to Indians, prohibited 83,84
in Alaska 105
searches authorized 17
seizure of 18
selling or giving to Indians by persons in military service prohibited 64
Seminole Nation, prohibited 664
Yankton Sioux lands, sale on, forbidden 527,529
Intruders, claiming citizenship in Five Civilized Tribes, ejection of 92
on Indian lands, military force may be employed to prevent the coming of 19
removal of 18,19
military force may be employed in 18
superintendents, agents, and subagents may effect removal 18
town sites in Indian Territory, not to be removed from 120
returning after removal, penalty for 19
Investigations by inspectors, to be made alternately by different inspectors 5
Investments, interest on proceeds of lands to be at not less than 5 per cent 10
of stock for Indians to be made by President 10
annual report to be made to Congress 10
special accounts of, to be kept 10
of trust funds, deposit in Treasury in lieu of 28
Iowa —  
agreement of May 20, 1890 393
allotments in severalty 393
patents to contain restrictions 394
selection 394
trust period may be extended 396
annuities, distribution per capita 394,395
for William Tohee, chief 396
cession of lands in Indian Territory 393
allotments under act of March 3, 1885 230
area 230
certificates for 230
patents for 230
provisions amended by act of January 26, 1887 245
allotments under agreement of May 20, 1890 393
descent 398
patents to contain restrictions 394
selection of allotments 394
trust period may be extended 396
allotments under act of March 2, 1895 566
annuities, from cession of 1890, distribution per capita 395
funds arising from sale of reservation, in Kansas and Nebraska 229
William and Maggie Tohee to receive 396
ceded lands in Indian Territory, settlers may enter contiguous lands 510
descent of allotments to be according to local law 398
funds of, part may be taken to pay for reservation 566
payment of part per capita 755
proceeds of lands in Kansas and Nebraska 229
lands in Kansas and Nebraska, sale of 228
appraisement of lots 229
area of entries limited to 160 acres 229
price not less than $8 per acre 229
proceeds to be held in trust 229
surveys into 40-acre tracts 229
lands in Oklahoma, proclamation opening to settlement 951
removal of, how to be made 230
reservation for, to be secured 230
patents for reservation to be issued 230
in Kansas and Nebraska, sale of lands in 229
in Oklahoma, may be purchased from Oto and Missouri 566
statistics 1039,1042
Iowa Reserve, Indian Territory, Executive orders establishing 843
right of way granted to Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company, lessee of Atchison        and Nebraska Railroad Company 594
Irrigation—  
general regulations for, on reservation lands, to be prescribed by the Secretary of Interior 35
contracts need not be advertised 113
special provisions for—  
Crow Reservation, Mont., annuity money may be used to complete 433,687,701
Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho, for supplying citizens of Pocatello with water 408
water reserved for purposes of 706
Gila River Reservation, Hudson Reservoir and Canal Company to construct canal through 616
Great Sioux Reservation, rules to be prescribed for 333
Mission Indian lands, Cal,, rights of way through 385
Papago Reservation, Citrous Water Company to construct ditches 301
Southern Ute lands, Colo., rights of way through allotments 754
Southern Ute Reservation, Colo., investigation by Secretary of Interior 620
Uintah Reservation, Utah, rights of way for canals and dams 686
Umatilla Reservation, Oreg., Blue Mountain Irrigation and Improvement Company may                   construct canal and reservoir 457
Umatilla Irrigation Company may construct canal 387
time for construction extended 509
Yakima Reservation, Wash., Columbia Irrigation Company may construct canal and ditches 516
time for construction extended 600,666
Northern Pacific and Yakima Irrigation Company may construct canal 380
Yuma Reservation, Ariz., Colorado River Irrigation Company may construct ditches over 461,545
Yuma Pumping Irrigation Company may construct ditches 460
Yuma Reservation, Cal., Colorado River Irrigation Company may construct canal 545
Isabella Reserve, Mich., Executive orders establishing 846

 


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