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Chapter 310
Sections 2 | 3

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Chap. 310 Uintah Valley Indian Reservation. Portion of, restored to public domain.
Chap. 310 Boundaries.
Sec. 2 Sale of lands.
Sec. 2 Provisos. Prior locations, etc.
Sec. 2 Proceeds to go to Indians.
Sec. 3 Ratification by Indians.

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Chapter 310
    May 24, 1888. | 25 Stat., 157.
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An act to restore to the public domain a part of the Uintah Valley Indian Reservation, in the Territory of Utah, and for other purposes.a

a   See the following acts relative to lands on this reservation: August 15, 1894, chapter 290 (28 Stat., 337); June 4, 1898, chapter 376 (post, p. 642); March 1, 1899, chapter 324 (post, p. 686); May 27, 1902, chapter 888 (post, p. 753), and joint resolution of June 19, 1902 (post, p. 799).

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That so much of the Uintah Valley Indian Reservation, in the Territory of Utah, established by proclamation of the President, of date of October third, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, as lies within the following boundary, namely: Beginning at mile-post numbered nineteen, Du Bois’ survey, from

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the initial point established in township eight south, range twenty east, Salt Lake meridian; thence southerly to the northeast corner of township two south, range one east, Uintah special meridian; thence south along the east boundary of township two south, range one east, Uintah special meridian, to the south-east corner of township two south, range one east, Uintah special meridian; thence east along the north boundary of town-ship three south. range two east. Uintah special meridian, to its intersection with the east boundary of the Uintah Indian Reservation, thence in a north-west direction with the eastern boundary line of said reservation to the beginning, be, and the same is hereby, declared to be public lands of the United States and restored to the public domain.

SEC. 2

That said lands shall be disposed of at public or private sale in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, and upon his order, in quantities not exceeding one quarter of a section to any one purchaser, the non-mineral lands for not less than one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre, and not otherwise than for cash: Provided, That any location, entry, or entries, mineral or non-mineral, heretofore made or attempted to be made on said lands, or any part thereof, by any qualified person, shall bear date and be allowed the same as if said lands had been public lands at the time of said attempted location or institution of said proceedings, but said mineral entries shall not be completed except upon the payment of twenty dollars an acre, or at that rate for the amount taken up by the claim: And provided further, That all moneys arising from the sales of this land shall belong to said Indians and be paid into the Treasury of the United States and held or added to any trust funds of said tribes now there.

SEC. 3

That the Secretary of the Interior shall submit this act to the adult male Indians on said reservation, and the restoration shall take effect on a ratification by three-fourths thereof, and the Secretary of the Interior shall prescribe rules for ascertaining the wishes of said Indians and to secure their free action touching the proposed disposal of said lands.

Approved, May 24, 1888.

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