INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES
Vol. III, Laws
(Compiled to December 1, 1902)

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


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Abbott, Frederick H., payment to
564
Absentee Shawnee Indians, drainage of certain lands, provisions for, 1912 (see also Big Jim's Band)
525
Absentee Shawnee Indian Industrial Training School, proceeds of Kichapoo lands to be paid to
21
Absentee Utes, payment from trust funds to prevent suffering
343
Absentee Wyandotte Indians:
 
Allotments of land to
98
Relinquishment of interest in trust funds
98
Actions in Oklahoma, to be brought where defendant resides
140
Adair, Wm. P. & Clement N. Vann, claim referred to Court of Claims
233
Adams, Annie, patent to be cancelled
232
Adams, David, patent in fee to
248
Adams, Nathan F., patent in fee to
213
Adams, Zonee, patent in fee to
65
Adopted citizens, Quapaw Agency, restrictions on allotments removed
141
Agencies:
 
Amount of expenditures at consolidated agencies increased, 1913
532
Appropriation for, 1907
197
Buildings; appropriation for rent and repair—
 
1905
126
1914
562
Agents:
 
Accounts, excess rations issued to be disallowed
342
Appropriation for pay, 1905
124
Appropriation for, salaries not available for active officers of the Army
271
Army officers acting, not to receive pay
36,199
Army officers not available for
125
Records to be kept, annual report of, penalty for false entries
391
Salaries not available for Army officers
36,199
School superintendents may act
36,125,199
Agricultural and mechanical College, lands granted to
192
Agriculture:
 
Appropriation for, 1914
564
Appropriations for experiments—
 
1911
431
1913
531
Alabama Indians in Texas, investigation of conditions
434
Alamo National Forest Reserve:
 
Boundaries diminished
685
Proclamation establishing
638
Alaska Indians:
 
Allotments of homesteads to
182
School appropriations to include—
 
1907
196
1909
320
1913
531
School appropriations to include transportation
268
Albert, patent in fee to
246
Albuquerque School appropriations for—
 
1905
57
1906
150
1907
226
1908
292
1909
333
1910
406
1911
438
1912
496
1913
538
1914
575
Alienation of allotments, restrictions may be removed, Five Civilized Tribes (see also Allotments)
50
Allen Hiram W., deceased, payment to
218
Allotments:
 
All Indians who have not received allotments to be allotted
389
Appropriation for—
 
1904
16
1905
52
1906
137
1907
195
1908
266
Deficiency, 1908
313
1909
318
1910
388
1911
429
1912
488
1913
529
Blackfeet Reservation, Mont
286
Camp Majave Reservation
478
Cancellation of allotments of unsuitable lands
391
Cass Lake Reservation
350
Certificates of allotments, copies to be retained
478
Cheyenne River Reservation
374
Children of allottee, surrender of allotment to
477
Chippewas of Lake Superior
6
Chippewas of Mississippi
350
Citizenship of allottees, on issue of patent
181
Colville Reservation, diminished reserve, 1910
483
Condemnation for reservoir sites
453
Conveyances during trust period prohibited
477
Penalty for violation
477
Correction of errors in patents
76
Debts, not to be liable for any contracted prior to issue of patents
194
Deceased Indians—
 
Cancellation when heirs not found
478
Determination of heirs, rules for descent
476
Deficiency appropriation for expense, 1908
314
Exchange of allotments authorized
391
Five Civilized Tribes—
 
Removal of restrictions
50
Restrictions on lands of full-bloods extended
176
Suits affecting title of allottees, appropriation for expenses
474
Flathead Reservation, condemnation for reservoir sites
451
Fond du Lac Reservation, increased to 80 acres
574
Forest reserves, provision authorizing, in
483
Fort Berthold Reservation—
 
Coal lands may be selected
551
Completion of
262
Fort Hall Reservation, grazing reserve subject to
493
Area fixed, 1912
492
Fort Peck Reservation
377
General provisions for, on Indian reservations
480
Great Sioux Reservation, provisions for children
364
Heirs of allottees to have fee simple title
182
Hoh Indians, 1911
507
Irrigable lands, general provisions for
480
Irrigation projects, cancellation of patents in case of conflict
479
Jicarilla Reservation
310
Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache children
294
Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Reservation, children born after June 5, 1906
369,482
Klamath Reservation, Modoc Indians in
388
Lac Courte Oreille Reservation, Wis
6
Lac du Flambeau Reservation
6
Leases by full-bloods restricted
177
Leases, general provisions for
477
Leech Lake Reservation
350
Made in discretion of Secretary
137
Married women on certain Sioux reservations to receive
300
May be sold for townsite purposes in Indian Territory
240
Mineral leases, provisions for
391
Modoc Indians, in Klamath Reservation
388
Omahas in Nebraska, taxation of
452
On line of railroad may be subdivided for town sites
240
Osage Indians—
 
Homesteads to be designated
425
Provisions for
253
Subject to certain oil lease
137
Ozette Indians, 1911
507
Patents to deceased Indians confirmed
484
Partition of estate of deceased Indians
476
Payment for remnants of allotments to Cherokees and others
412
Pine Ridge Reservation, completion of
456
Public lands—
 
Applicable for, provisions repealed
480
General provisions for
480
Quileute Indians, 1911
507
Qui nai elt Reservation, 1911
507
Railroad grants, provisions for relief of Indians on
560
Reallotment of Indians
451
Removal of restrictions
182
Reservation agents to make
478
Restrictions on alienation—
 
Time may be extended by President
193
Not applicable to Indian Territory
193
Restrictions may be removed, Five Civilized Tribes
50
Restrictions removed, adopted whites in Quapaw Agency
141
Rosebud Reservation—
 
Completion of
456
Provisions for children
364
Sale by noncompetents under supervision of Secretary
269
Sale, when within reclamation project
195
Special agents to make
478
Spokane Reservation, Wash
371
Standing Rock Reservation
374
Children and others to receive, prior to sale of surplus lands
556
Stockbridge and Munsee Tribe
250
Suits affecting—
 
Appropriation for costs—
 
1910
391
1911
431
1913
532
Jurisdiction conferred on Federal courts
507
Jurisdiction of Federal courts amended
512
Taxes may be paid out of share in tribal funds
267
Timber, provisions for sale
478
To supply deficiency in former allotments
364
Town lots to Indian villagers in State of Washington
478
Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewas on Graham's Island
228
Wills devising allotments, provisions for execution and approval
448
Winnipigoshish Reservation
350
Yakima Reservation—
 
Sales by minors
316
To children
452
Alsea Indians. (See Siletz Reservation.)
 
Amell, Josephine, patent in fee to
224
American Surety Co., New York, reimbursement in Mission Indian cases
19
Anadarko, Okla:
 
Funds delivered to county
409
Proceeds of sales of town site lots to be paid to city treasurer
371
Anderson, Albert M., payment to
139
Anderson, Neils, claim to be investigated
397
Anderson, Theresa, patent in fee to
142
Anderson, William W., attorney's fee to
41
Ange, Louise, patent in fee to
242
Annual reports:
 
Awards of contracts to be included
196
Cost of surveys and allotment work
430
Detailed statement of bids not required
196
Expenditures for agriculture, etc., to be included
489
Expenditure of appropriation to encourage industry to be included
490
Expenditures of funds for Indians to be reported
506
Indian agents to commissioner, provisions for
391
Irrigation projects
430
Names of employees, requirement repealed
196
Provisions of Revised Statutes repealed
481
Secretary of Interior—
 
Expenditure of funds, Tongue River Reservation
437
Irrigation projects, cost and expenditures
432
To report annually statement of accounts with tribes
429
Shoshone and Arapahoe general fund
119
Statement of expenditures to be made
587
Annuities:
 
Negotiations for converting into trust funds
321
Osage, minor children not attending school, may be withheld
580
Anpaodutawin, patent in fee to
242
Antone, Simon, patent in fee to
142
Apaches and other Indians in Arizona and New Mexico, appropriation for support, 1905
133
Apache Indians:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1905
48
1906
133
1910
394
Prisoners at Fort Sill—
 
Appropriation for relief and settlement in Oklahoma
545
Additional appropriation
578
Apaches, Kiowas, Comanches, and Wichitas; appropriation for support, 1906 (see also Kiowas, etc.)
133
Apache National Forest Reserve:
 
Executive orders relating to
671
Proclamation establishing
649
Apaches. (See Jicarilla Reservation.)
 
Appropriation act of—
 
1903
14
1904
35
1905
124
1906
193
1907
266
1908
318
1909
388
1910
429
1911
487
1912
529
1913
561
Appropriations:
 
Allotment to be made before expenditures
587
Annual statement of account with Indian tribes
429
Estimates to be accompanied by detailed statements
587
Surplus to be used for subsistence
154
Transfer of funds for employees
154
Arapahoes and Cheyennes, appropriations for—
 
1905
48
1906
133
1907
229
1908
294
1909
336
1910
409
1911
440
1912
498
1913
540
1914
577
Arapahoe. (See Shoshone and Arapahoe; Northern Cheyenne and Arapahoe.)
 
Archquette, William, patent in fee to
249
Arkansas, western boundary extended into Indian Territory
115
Rights of Indians not affected
115
Arizona & California Railway Co., additional lands granted in Colorado River Reservation
315
Arizona:
 
Appropriations for support of Indians in—
 
1907
199
1911
432
1912
491
1913
532
1914
568
Disclaimer of right to Indian lands
469
Sale of intoxicants to Indians prohibited
469
Taxation of Indian lands
469
Armell, Louis, patent in fee to
224
Armstrong, Charles H., payment to
218
Armstrong, Maynard C., patent in fee to
213
Army officers, services as agent to be without compensation
36,125,199,271
Asdohewin, patent in fee to
224
Ashby, Charles M. L., lease from Seneca Indians ratified
358
Asphalt lands, Choctaw Nation, segregation of additional lands (see also Leases)
99
Asphaltum. (See Mining claims.)
 
Atkin, James B., patent in fee to
224
Atkins, Grimes, per capita payment to, 1905
47
Attorneys:
 
Cascade Band, settlement of claims against certain members
553
Certain employees not to practice before department for two years
212
Cherokee Nation—
 
Brown and Muskrat cases
279
Payment to Edgar Smith
261
Chippewas, Saginaw, and other bands, Court of Clims to fix fees
475
Choctaws and Chickasaws, provisions for contracts, 1911
499
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, citizenship court to fix fees of tribal attorneys
15
Choctaw Nation—
 
Claim of Samuel Garland, deceased, referred to Court of Claims
358
Claim of J. H. Sypher referred to Court of Claims
54
Colville Indians, fee of Butler and Vale to be fixed by Court of Claims
246
Confederated bands of Ute Indians, Court of Claims to fix fees
396
Contracts to be approved
581
Creek Nation, payment to M. L. Mott
442
Eastern Cherokee claims, Court to fix compensation
16
Enrollment cases, Five Civilized Tribes, approval of, where names stricken from rolls
338
Intermarried whites in Cherokee Nation, court to determine fee
54
Intermarried whites against Cherokee Nation, court to fix fees
207
Kansas Indians, payment to Samuel J. Crawford
156
Loyal Creek claims, payment to Peel & Hodge
15
Menominee Indians, Court of Claims to fix fees in suit against
357
Mille Lac Band of Chippewas, Court of Claims to fix fees
384
Mission Indians
97
Mississippi Choctaws' claims, Court of Claims to fix fee
172
Omaha Indians, Court of Claims to fix fee
470
Osage Nation—
 
Fee due Lorenzo A. Bailey referred to Court of Claims
234
Vann & Adair, claim referred to Court of Claims
233
Ottawa and Chippewa claims, Court of Claims to determine fees
159
Payment to J. Hale Sypher (Choctaw)
139
Peublo Indians—
 
Appropriation for pay of, 1904
53
Appropriation for—
 
1905
139
1911
438
Appropriation for pay, 1912
496
Sac and Fox of the Mississippi, Court of Claims to fix fees
304
Seminole Nation, to protect titles of allottees
473
Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux claim, Court of Claims to fix fees
240
Tillamooks and others, Secretary of Interior to determine fees
546
Turtle Mountain Band af Chippewas, payment to O'Grady and Maddux
41
Yankton Sioux, appropriation for fees and expenses
494
Aungie, Harriett, patent to
24

—B—

Bad River Reservation, Wis. (See La Pointe Reservation.)
 
Bagan, Angel Ange, patent in fee to
242
Bailey, Lorenzo A., payment to
234
Bailly, Jennie M., patent in fee to
241
Baker, Fannie, patent in fee to
225
Baker, Rosa, patent in fee to
224
Baldwin, Eugene H., payment to
583
Bannocks, appropriation for:
 
1907
202
1908
274
1909
326
1910
397
1911
434
1912
492
1913
535
1914
571
(See also Lemhi Agency, Idaho; Shoshones and Bannocks.)
 
Barber, Artie, patent in fee to
241
Barbier, Frederick, patent in fee to
242
Barbier, Kate M., patent in fee to
242
Barbier, Marie, patient in fee to
242
Bark, George W., patent in fee to
213
Barone, Josephine, restrictions removed
232
Baskin, Samuel, patent in fee to
224
Battiest, Morris, placed on Choctaw rolls
207
Bear, William, patent in fee to
224
Bearskin, George, patent in fee to
69
Belt, Robert V.:
 
Claim referred to Court of Claims
363
Payment to
544
Beneche, Charles, patent in fee to
217
Benedictine Fathers, lands granted to
414
Bennett, Annie C., patent in fee to
213
Bentz, Louis, patent to
25
Bercier, Corbet, payment for improvements
139
Bercier, Joseph, payment for improvements
139
Bercier, William, payment for improvements
139
Bergeron, John B., patent in fee to
233
Bertrand, Benjamin, patent in fee to
233
Bertrand, Emily, restrictions removed
232
Bertrand, Joseph, patent in fee to
233
Big Jim's Band of Absentee Shawnee Indians, appropriation for support, 1905
134
Bigknife, Nancy, placed on Cherokee rolls
208
Bill, Billy, cancellation of allotment
478
Billy, William, may sell part of allotment
336
Bismarck School:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1909
335
1910
400
1911
439
1912
497
1913
539
1914
576
Water supply, purchase of
228
Bismarck, N. Dak., location of Indian school at
71
Blackfeet Agency, appropriation for:
 
1905
35
1906
121
1907
220
1908
285
1909
331
1914
574
Blackfeet Indians:
 
Treaty appropriation for—
 
1905
42
1906
128
Tribal funds to be expended for benefit of Indians
575
(See also Gros Ventre, Piegan, Blood, Blackfeet and River Crow Reservation in Montana.)
 
Blackfeet Reservation, Mont.:
 
Allotments to Indians directed
286
Appropriation for—
 
1905
42
1906
128
1907
221
Commission to classify and appraise unallotted lands
287
Glacier National Park, reservation for
513
Irrigation—
 
Appropriation for 1911
437
Repayment of moneys advanced for construction
437
Appropriation for—
 
1912
495
1913
537
1914
574
Irrigation system, appropriation for maintenance
286
Lawis and Clark Forest Reserve established
590
Midvale town site, addition to
513
Missions, lands granted for
287
Sale of land for hotel purposes
513
Sale of surplus lands
288
Survey of all lands directed
286
Surveys, appropriation for
402
Timber lands reserved from general sale
288
Timber lands to be sold on sealed bids
289
Black River Band of Chippewas, claim referred to Court of Claims
471
Blacksmith, Edward, patent in fee to
225
Blacksmith, Stephen, patent in fee to
61
Black Tomahawk, payment of judgment against
299
Blood Indians. (See Gros Ventre, Piegan, Blood, Blackfeet and River Crow Reservation in Montana.)
 
Board of Indian Commissioners:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1905
17
1906
226
1907
197
1908
270
1909
321
1910
392
1911
432
1912
490
1913
532
1914
563
Secretary to be employed
532
Bois Fort Indians, burial expenses of certain Indians to be paid
470
Bolard, Edward, lease from Seneca Nation ratified
487
Bonnin, Charles Henry, patent in fee to
241
Bonnin, Mercy Conger, patent in fee to
241
Bookkeeping, system to be installed in Bureau of Indian Affairs (1913)
567
Boone, James, patent in fee to
69
Boundary line between Arkansas and Indian Territory, extension of
115
Bounds, J. S., claims against Mississippi Choctaws referred to Court of Claims
370
Bourbonnais, Anthony, patent in fee to
233
Bourassa, Margaret, patent to be cancelled
232
Bowen, George, patent in fee to
246
Boy, David, patent in fee to
224
Boysen, Asmus, lease on Wind River Reservation, Wyo
121
Bradley, Glen, patent in fee to
233
Brayton, M. D., payment to
534
Brewer, Raleigh, title to Choctaw land in Mississippi confirmed
377
Brink, A. C., payment to
548
Bronson, Bella K., per capita payment to, 1905
47
Bronson, Clay J., per capita payment to, 1905
47
Brown, Amanda, patent in fee to
241
Brown, Augusta, patent in fee to
68
Brown, Jennie., patent in fee to
68
Brown, Jennie M., patent in fee to
142
Brown, John B., depredation claim referred
312
Brown, John F., sale of lots confirmed
144
Brown, Joseph R., patent in fee to
68,241
Brown, Mozotob, cancellation of allotment
478
Brown, Samuel, payment to
338
Brown, Samuel J., patent in fee to
68,143
Brown, Susan F., patent in fee to
68
Brown, William, and Levi B. Gritts, suit to determine validity of extension of restrictions on Cherokee allotments
279
Bruno, Jonn B., patent in fee to
233
Brunot, Josephine, patent in fee to
242
Buck Bill, determination of heirs by district court confirmed
541
Buckner, Susie, restrictions removed
64
Buffalo Chip, patent in fee to
224
Buffallo, Michel, patent in fee to
249
Buhinhda, patent may be cancelled
229
Bull, Lillie, cancellation of allotment
241
Bull, Sarah, cancellation of allotment
241
Bull, Thomas, cancellation of allotment
241
Bureau of Animal Industry, appropriation for stock destroyed by, on Fort Berthold Reservation
408
Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions, lands granted to
416
Burke Act, May 8, 1906
181
Burns, Mark, patent in fee to
68
Burris, Samuel Sydney, placed on Choctaw rolls
207
Bushman, Margaret, payment to
217
Butler, Marion, and Josiah M. Vale, claim referred to Court to Claims
246
Button, Frank, patent in fee to
249
Button, Sylvester, patent in fee to
249

—C—

Cabana, Reuben, patent in fee to
224
Cabney, Antoine, patent in fee to
145
Cabney, Parker, allotment cancelled
438
Caddo, nonresidents, restrictions removed
230
Cahney, Reuben H., patent in fee to
224
California & Oregon Land Co.:
 
Exchange of lands in Klamath Reservation
236
Lands in Klamath Reservation, Oreg., report of
123
Payment for lands in Klamath Agency
340
Suit of U. S. v
123
California Indians:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1910
395
1911
433
1912
491
1913
534
1914
570
Executive orders reserving lands for use of
676,677
Investigation directed
134
Lands to be purchased for
201
Irrigation rights included
201
Mission Indians, Torros Band, claim to land settled
7
Purchase of lands for
395,433
Purchase and improvement of lands for (1908)
324
Camas Hot Springs Reservation:
 
Created
222
Water rights not affected
222
Campbell, Joseph M., patent to
64
Campbell, Samuel, patent in fee to
224
Campbell, S. W., payment to
21
Campbell, William H., patent in fee to
224
Camp McDowell Reservation:
 
Executive orders relating to
687
Settlers on, purchase of claims
56
Camp Mojave Reservation, allotments to Indians authorized
478
Cantanna, patent in fee to
224
Canton Insane Asylum:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1905
53
1906
139
1907
239
1908
300
1909
342
1910
418
1911
444
1912
501
1913
548
1914
583
Indians to be cared for at
214
Carey, Sallie, patent in fee to
213
Carlisle School:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1905
57
1906
150
1907
237
1908
297
1909
340
1910
415
1911
443
1912
500
1913
547
1914
582
Extension of municipal improvements
360
Carson National Forest Reserve, proclamation establishing
641
Carson City School, appropriation for:
 
1905
58
1906
150
1907
225
1908
291
1909
333
1910
406
1911
438
1912
496
1913
538
1914
575
Carson National Forest, N. Mex., boundaries extended
684
Casa Grande Ruin Reservation, proclamation establishing
659
Cass Lake Reservation:
 
Allotments to Indians
350
Cooper Island reserved for park
219
Grant to land for church purposes
366
Graves of Indians not to be disturbed
350
National forest reserve established
350
Sale of surplus lands
350
Catholic Church, lands granted in Flathead Reservation, Mont
157
Caton, Hugh W., payment to
583
Cattle, purchase in lieu of subsistence
267
Cayuse Indians, appropriation for:
 
1905
49
1906
134
1907
234
1908
296
1909
340
1910
414
1911
443
1912
500
1913
545
1914
581
Cemeteries:
 
Five Civilized Tribes, conveyance of lands in trust for
580
Fort Berthold Reservation, lands reserved
463
Chalcraft, E. L., payment to
582
Chamberlain School:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1905
57
1906
150
1907
237
1908
297
1909
341
Grant to State of South Dakota
415
Indian pupils to be admitted free
415
Chandler, Boone, patent in fee to
68
Chandler, Estelle, patent in fee to
68
Chandler, George, patent in fee to
69
Chandler, Joseph, patent in fee to
68
Chapman, Bushman, patent in fee to
224
Chehalis Indians, claims to be investigated
237
Cherokee Advocate, publication continued
212
Cherokee Nation:
 
Allotments—
 
Appropriation for, 1905
52
Improvements purchased from Delawares
147
Payment for improvements
52
Payment for remnants of allotments
412
Prior to authorization validated
50
Attorney's fee to Edgar Smith
261
Citizenship claims, certain persons added to rolls
208
Claim of intermarried whites referred to Court of Claims
54
Delaware-Cherokees may sell improvements
147
Eastern Cherokee claims, appropriation to pay judgment
261
Enrollments, Court of Claims to determine status of additions to rolls
279
Freedmen, roll of
170
Improvements, sale by certain citizens
147
Restrictions on alienation, extension, of, Court of Claims to determine constitutionality
279
Town sites. (See Town sites in Cherokee etc., Nations).
 
Tribal existence continued until division of property is complete
262
Cherokee Orphan Training School:
 
Appropriation for 1914
579
Conveyance of property in trust for
579
Cherokee Outlet, university grant of section 13
190
Cherokee School, appropriation for:
 
1905
57
1906
150
1907
227
1908
293
1909
334
1910
408
1911
439
1912
496
1913
539
1914
576
Cheyenne. (See Northern Cheyennes and Arapahoes.)
 
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation:
 
Act authorizing sale of certain lands, 1910
466
Agency lands may be sold
336
Appropriation for 1911
440
Ceded lands—
 
Proclamation opening additional lands to settlement
590
Time for payment extended
511,541
Lands granted Masonic organizations
426
Payment for lands sold
467
Proclamation opening to settlement
662
Sale of agency lands
466
Sale of surplus lands
466
Sale of school and agency reserve
360
Cheyenne River Reservation:
 
Agency lands reserved
374
Allotments to all Indians, school lands reserved
374
Allotments to married women
300
Appropriation for—
 
1905
35
1906
124
1907
237
1908
297
1909
341
Ceded lands, time of payment extended
428,517
Funds to be expended for benefit of Indians, 1912
501
Lands granted States, amendatory provisions
426
Open to homestead settlement
657
Payment of proceeds to Indians
376
Payment for school lands granted States
376
Payment to Indians, 1911
444
Payment of tribal funds to Indians of
547
Reallotment of Indians authorized
374
Religious organizations to receive patents
374
Sale of land to Milwaukee Land Co
472
Sale of surplus lands
373
St. John's Mission School, lands opened to settlement
591
School lands, proclamation providing for sale of certain
689
Timber lands for use of Indians
377
Town site lands sold to Milwaukee Land Co
472
Town sites reserved
376
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co., additional lands within Cœur d'Alene Reservation
326
Chickasaws:
 
Allotments, payments for remnants of allotments
412
Children to be enrolled
148
Citizenship, claims, certain persons added to rolls
208
Freedmen, payment for remnant allotment due
441
Per capita payments, appropriation to complete
543
Per capita payments to, 1911
510
Public schools, maintenance of
148
Schools, appropriation for 1911
442
School warrants, payment ordered
148
Town sites. (See Town sites in Chickasaw, etc., Nations.)
 
Trust funds, school warrants ordered paid
148
Chief Rocky Boy's Band of Chippewas, purchase of land and property for
332
Appropriation continued available until expended
574
Children, surrender of allotment to
477
Chilocco School, appropriation for:
 
1905
58
1906
150
1907
229
1908
294
1909
336
1910
410
1911
440
1912
498
1913
540
1914
577
Chilocco School Reservation, lease of lands authorized
229
Chilsom, Daniel, patent in fee to
233
Chippewa Indians:
 
Allotments on White Earth Reservation
98
Claim to trust stocks, etc., Court of Claims to determine
158
Claims of certain bands referred to Court to Claims
474
Logging superintendents to be paid
219
Payment to Alice F. Mee
218
Payment to Lightbourn and Hamilton
218
Per capita payments, 1905
47
Pine timber sales, repayment to purchasers
218
Roll to be prepared
329
Timber reserve, sale of down timber
219
(See also Chief Rocky Boy's Band; Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewas.)
 
Chippewa Indians of Lake Superior:
 
Allotment on Lac Courte Oreille Reservation
6
Allotment on Lac du Flambeau Reservation
7
Allotments on La Pointe Reservation not affected by act of February 11, 1901
305
Appropriation for—
 
1905
48
1906
133
1907
248
1908
302
1909
345
1910
421
1911
447
1912
505
1913
550
Attorney's fee to be paid
67
Payment of balances due under treaties.
67
Chippewa Indians of Minnesota:
 
Account of moneys received and disbursements to be reported to Congress
424
Advance interest, appropriation for—
 
1905
39
1911
435
Allotments within national forest reserve may be exchanged
349
Appropriation for supplies, etc., for 1905
39
Appropriation for—
 
1905
38,127
1906
127
1907
217
1908
284
1909
330
1910
401
1911
436
1912
494
1913
536
Ceded lands, opening of lands withdrawn for drainage purposes
284
Civilization of, appropriation for—
 
1908
284
1909
330
Delegation to visit White Earth Reservation
127
Mission Church lands conveyed
145
Payments for lands taken as forest reserve
349
Pine timber, provisions for sale
482
Restrictions on alienation removed on certain lands
368
Statement of trust funds reimbursed to be reported
436
Survey of lands in drainage project
285
Timber on lands may be sold
55
Timber, purchasers to receive deposits
146
Timber sales on lands where restrictions are removed
368
Trust funds to be used for support of
572
Chippewa Indians of the Mississippi:
 
Allotments on La Pointe Reservation not affected by act of February 11, 1901
305
Allotments to Indians
350
Appropriation for—
 
1905
38
1906
127
1907
217
1908
284
1909
330
1910
401
1911
435
1912
494
1913
536
1914
571
Appropriation for school—
 
1905
127
1912
494
Attorney's fee to be paid
67
Graves of Indians not to be disturbed
350
National Forest Reserve established
350
Payment of balances due under treaties
67
Sale of surplus lands
350
Treaty appropriation, 1905
38
Chippewa Indians of North Dakota, agrement with Turtle Mountain Band amended, 1904
39
Choctaw Indians:
 
Allotments, payment for remnants of allotments
412
Appropriation for—
 
1905
38,127
1906
127
1907
208
1908
278
1909
339
1910
413
1911
442
1912
499
1913
543
1914
580
Attorney's fee due J. H. Sypher to be adjudicated
54
Attorney's fee due Samuel Garland, deceased, to be fixed by Court of Claims
358
Citizenship claims, certain persons added to rolls
207
Claim of S. W. Peel against
312
Coal lands lease to Savanna Coal Co. extended
475
Coal lands reserved
205
Coal leases, additional land authorized
206
Fund due under treaty of 1855 to be placed to credit of
278
Land granted to Goodland Orphan School in Indian Territory
414
Lands segregated, 1906
171
Old Goodland Indian Orphan Industrial School, lands reserved for
209
Per capita payment to, 1911
510
Pitchlynn, Peter P., claim referred to Court of Claims
212
Savanna Coal Co. may lease additional lands
475
Sypher, J. Hale, payment to
139
Supplemental treaty of 1830, correction of error in
524
Town sites. (See Town sites in Chictaw, etc. Nations.)
 
(See also Mississippi Choctaws.)
 
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations:
 
Annual distribution of town site funds authorized
108
Asphalt lands, segregation of
99
Attorneys, contracts with, provisions for, 1911
499
Children to be enrolled
148
Claims of Belt and Mullen referred to Court of Claims
363
Coal and asphalt lands—
 
Classification to be completed December 1—
 
1912
545
1913
579
Condemnation proceedings to affect surface rights
412
Provisions for sale of improvements erected on
542
Sale of surface to cemeteries and churches
543
Coal lands—
 
Exchange of certain leases authorized
516
Investigation of value
214
Lease to Denison Coal Co. amended
475
Leases of adjoining land
560
Sale of surfaces authorized
513
Classification by commission
513
Segregation of
99
Contracts affecting tribal property not to be approved until action by Congress
474
Contracts (tribal) to be made by Secretary of Interior
499
Denison Coal Co., lease amended
475
Freedman, allotments considered homesteads
171
Freedmen cases, appropriation for payment of judgment
474
Freedmen, right of allotment to expire December 1, 1909
412
Highways may be established
178
Lands reserved for churches, schools, and cemeteries
205
Mineral rights not acquired by condemnation
412
Pine timber lands, segregation and sale of
172
Proceeds credited to tribal funds
174
Sale of surplus land reserved under act of April 26, 1906, section 7
529
Sanatorium, lands reserved for
580
School funds, disbursement of
173
Surplus lands, unleased lands to be sold
54
Town site moneys, per capita distribution authorized
108
Town sites to be established
358
Town lots reserved for mining leases to be sold
174
Tribal courts abolished, 1907
278
Tribal existence continued until division of property is complete
262
Warrants duly issued to be paid
354
Choctaw and Chickasaw Citizenship Court:
 
Appropriation for 1905
37
Appropriation for expenses
15
Attorneys' fees to be determined
15
Existence extended to December 31, 1904
15
Expenses, appropriation for disallowed items
138
Papers transferred from Supreme Court
15
Practice in trying appeals
15
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf Railroad Co., leases made assignable
100
Christjohn, Esther, patent in fee to
249
Christjohn, William, patent in fee to
249
Citizenship claims. (See Five Civilized Tribes.)
 
Citizenship rolls of Five Civilized Tribes:
 
Penalty for copying
208
Publication of
208
Clark, C. C., payment to
583
Clark, Charley, homestead patent granted to
553
Clark, heirs of Mary and Francis, patent to
27
Classification of surplus lands on reservations authorized
523
Clatsop Indians:
 
Claim to be rein vestigated
149
Settlement of claims, appropriation for
546
Clay, Lillian S., patent in fee to
143
Cloutier, Ada, patent in fee to
242
Coal and asphalt lands, reserved from sale
174
Coal lands:
 
Cheyenne River Reservation, withheld from sale
374
Choctaw Nation—
 
Leases extended
206
Reserved from allotment
205
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation—
 
Classification and sale of surface, 1912
513
Investigation of value
214
Leases of adjoining lands
560
Choctaw Nation, segregation of additional lands
99
Cœur d'Alene Reservation, lands reserved
203
Fort Berthold Agency, provisions for mining
551
Fort Peck Reservation, withheld from sale
377,382
Osage Nation, to be reserved
254
Standing Rock Reservation, withheld from sale
374
(See also Leases.)
 
Coburn, Charles, payment to
509
Coburn, Frances, payment to
509
Cœur d'Alene Reservation:
 
Additional lands granted Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co
326
Agency buildings, appropriation for constructing
531
Allotments to all Indians
203
Appropriation for—
 
1905
41,128
1906
128
1907
200,203
1908
274,275
1909
326
1910
397
1911
435
1912
492
1913
535
1914
571
Appropriation for surveys, 1905
56
Boundaries of reservation adjusted
306
Ceded lands—
 
Proclamation opening to settlement
654
Time for payment extended
518,560
Coal and oil lands reserved
203
Executive order reserving school and agency lands
679
Funds from sale of lands to be held in trust
204
Lands granted to State for park
326
Lands occupied by agency reserved
204
Lands unallotted to be sold
203
Mining laws extended to surplus lands
203
Northern Idaho Insane Asylum may purchase lands
384
Per capita payments authorized, 1906
204
Town sites reserved
203
University of Idaho may purchase lands
384
Woodlawn Cemetery Association may purchase land
316
Cœur d'Alene Reservation School, appropriation for 1906
153
Coffey, James I., restrictions removed
218
Collister, Gertrude E., restrictions removed
232
Colorado River, diversion of waters for irrigation authorized
70
Colorado River Reservation:
 
Allotments—
 
Amount of irrigable lands increased
492
Irrigation charges to be a lien
492
Arizona and California Railroad granted additional lands
315
Irrigation—
 
Appropriation for—
 
1911
432
1914
569
Appropriation for constructing channels
534
Irrigation authorized
70
Irrigated lands, allotments to Indians
70
Town sites to be set apart
325
Colorado, State of, lands granted in former Southern Ute Reservation
304
Colored Agricultural and Normal University, Okla., lands granted to
192
Columbia Reservation, Wash.:
 
Ceded lands, bill confirming entries returned
263
Ceded lands confirmation entries under Revised Statutes, 2306
265
Patents to allottees under Moses agreement
161
Colville Reservation:
 
Allotments on diminished reserve
483
Allotments to all Indians
163
Appropriation for—
 
1905
35
1906
124,135
1907
245
1908
301
1909
344
1910
420
1911
446
1912
503
1913
549
1914
584
Claim of Butler and Vale referred to Court of Claims
246
Correction in enrollment of act authorizing sale of lands
262
Diminished reserve—
 
Sale of surplus lands
163
Agency and other lands excepted
164
Fort Spokane Military reserve to be sold
504
Funds, proceeds of sale of surplus lands
164
Great Northern Railway Co. may acquire station and grounds
587
Homesteads on north to be free
7
Improved lands excluded
7
Irrigable lands reserved
165
Kellar & Indiana Consolidated Smelting Co. may construct works
104
Lands ceded, payment for
245
Lands granted to Kellar & Indiana Smelting Co. for town site
141
Patents to allottees under Moses agreement
161
Payments to Indians
7,302,420
Payment for lands ceded, 1912
504
Per capita payments
164
Railroad rights of way, settlement of conflicts
551
Sale of lands to town of Okanogan
527
Sale of lands to town of Okanogan, description amended
550
School fund, deficiency to be paid by United States
7
Second payment to Indians of
344
Survey of lands, 1909
420
Town sites reserved
165
Colville River Indians, rights of way for drainage canals, may be sold by
65
Comanche County, Okla, settlers on pasture reserve may purchase lands
251
Comanche Jack, patent in fee to
233
Comanche School Reservation, right of way to railroad company
472
Commissions. (See Town site commission.)
 
Commission of citizens. (See Board of Indian Commissioners.)
 
Commission to Five Civilized Tribes:
 
Appropriation for completing work—
 
1905
50
1906
136
1907
207
1908
277
1909
339
1910
412
Children to be enrolled
148
Designation of employee to sign letters
391
Duties transferred to Secretary of Interior
136
Powers continued, 1903
14
Reports of topical index to be printed
264
Termination on July 1, 1905
50
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, annual report of employees
23
Commonwealth Lumber Co., judgment in favor of White Earth Band to be paid
369
Compilation of Indian laws and treaties:
 
Additional copies authorized
109
Appropriation for expenses
20
Comstock, Henry S., payment to
422
Condemnation of lands for drainage purposes in certain cases
525
Confederated Bands of Utes:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1905
46
1911
445
Claim referred to Court of Claims
396
Conover, George W., patent to
25
Contracts:
 
Affecting tribal property to be approved
581
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, affecting tribal property not to be approved until action by Congress
474
Five Civilized Tribes, approval of President required
181
Cook, Joseph T., patent in fee to
242
Cook, Taingena, patent in fee to
224
Cooper, Daniel H., patient in fee to
248
Cooper, Henry, patent in fee to
248
Cooper Island, reserved for public park
219
Cornelius, Adam P., patent in fee to
249
Cornelius, Alice, patent in fee to
248,249
Cornelius, Frank, patent in fee to
249
Cornelius, Joshua, patent in fee to
248
Cornelius, William, patent in fee to
248
Cornplanter, heirs may sue to recover lands
358
Counell, Willie, patent in fee to
216
Coursoll, Cecilia, patent in fee to
224
Coursoll, Joseph, patent in fee to
224
Coursoll, Mary, patent in fee to
224
Courts:
 
Actions against Indians in Oklahoma to be brought in district where defendant resides
140
Appeals from United States courts in Indian Territory
158
Court of Claims:
 
Appeal to Supreme Court
147
Appeals in Indian cases authorized
507
Attorneys' fees to be paid
159
Cherokee extension of restrictions on alienation, validity to be decided
279
Cherokees, intermarried whites case, to fix attorneys' fees
207
Chippewas, Saginaw, and other bands, claims to be adjudicated
474
Choctaw and Chickasaw freedmen, claims against to be adjudicated
363
Choctaw Nation, claims of Samuel Garland against, referred
358
Claim of J. H. Sypher, Choctaw Nation, to be adjudicated
54
Confederated Bands of Ute Indians, claim to be adjudicated
396
Colville Indians, claim of Butler and Vale to be determined
246
Creek Nation, claim of C. W. Turner against, to be adjudicated
370
Eastern Cherokee case:
 
Appropriation to pay judgment
261
Interest on judgment
423
Jurisdiction confirmed
16
Payment of expenses from judgment
412
Fish, Joseph P. T., claim to allotment as Shawnee to be heard
211
Intermarried whites in Cherokee Nation, claim to be determined
54
Judgments in favor of Indians
506
Menominees:
 
Claims, commission to take testimony
447
Claims of certain contractors referred to Court of Claims
447
Claims of traders against, to be adjudicated
357,421
Mille Lac Band of Chippewas, claims to be adjudicated
384
Mississippi Choctaws—
 
Attorneys' fees
172
Attorneys' fees due Chester Howe and others, to be adjudicated
370
Omaha claims to be adjudicated
470
Osage Nation:
 
Attorneys' fee due Lorenzo A. Bailey to be fixed
234
Claim of Vann and Adair to be adjudicated
233
Claims of land officers for sale of lands to be determined
27
Otoe and Missouria claims to be adjudicated
470
Payment under direction of Interior Department
506
Pitchlynn, Peter P., claim against Choctaws referred
212
Pottawatomies of Michigan, appropriation to pay judgment
56
Sac and Fox claims referred
304
Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux, claim forfeited annuties to be adjudicated
239
Utes, Confederated Bands of, appropriation to pay judgment
559
Yankton Sioux, claim to certain lands to be adjudicated
444
Courts of United States, South Dakota, jurisdiction over crimes on Indian reservations
6
Cox, Emmet, patent to
25
Cox, Jennie, patent in fee to
224
Crawford, Samuel J., payment of attorneys' fee to
156
Creek Indians:
 
Alabama reservation, title of United States relinquished
523
Allotments, equalization of
412
Allotments of Seminoles to be investigated
149
Children born after May 25, 1901, to be enrolled
148
Claim of Clarence W. Turner referred to Court of Claims
370
Drainage assessments to be approved before payment
581
Drainage ditches may be granted rights of way
581
Equalization of allotments continued
170
Freedmen, roll of
170
Funds—
 
Indebtedness to be paid, 1905
148
Turner Hardware Co. to be paid
149
Lands of, sale and leasing, appropriation for expenses
136
Lands—
 
Seminoles, allottees to be ascertained
149
Sale of residue, provisions repealed
149
Loyal Creek claims, settlement of
14
Town-site funds to be used to pay debts
148
Town sites. (See Town sites in Creek, etc., Nations.)
 
Tribal existence continued until division of property is complete
262
Turner Hardware Co., payment to
149
Western boundary fixed
231
Crimes and offenses:
 
Committed on reservations in South Dakota to be within jurisdiction of United States court
424
Horse and stock stealing, penalty
5
Indians committing against other Indians to be subject to State laws
423
South Dakota, jurisdiction given United States courts
6
South Dakota, jurisdiction of Federal courts over Indian reservations
507
Crook National Forest Reservation, Executive orders relating to
672
Cross, Francis E., per capita payment to, 1905
47
Cross, Rachel, may sell land for cemetery
282
Crow Agency, appropriation for:
 
1905
35
1906
124
1907
220
1908
285
1909
331
1910
402
1911
436
Crow Indians:
 
Agreement ratified, 1904
87
Allotments
94
Allotment schedule to be filed
95
Amendments
92
Disbursement of proceeds
92
Sale of ceded lands
92
Water rights
94
Appropriation for—
 
1905
41,128
1906
128,133
1907
221
1908
286
1909
332
1910
404
1911
437
1912
495
1913
538
1914
574
Ceded lands—
 
Proclamation opening to settlement.
614
Time for settlement extended
264
Irrigated lands, proclamation opening to settlement
626
Irrigation lands reserved for
404
Proclamation providing for sale of certain lands at public auction
666
Proclamation providing for sale of remaining lands
662
Crow Creek Agency:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1905
35
1906
124
1907
237
1908
297
1909
341
1910
415
Land granted Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions
417
Crownpoint, N. Mex., lands reserved for Navajo Indians in vicinity of
688
Cushman School, appropriation for:
 
1912
504
1913
549
1914
584
Cussen, Alice Inkanish, per capita payment to, 1905
47
Cuthead Band of Sioux Indians:
 
Agreement ratified, 1904
83
Payment for certain lands
439
Cutschall, Louise, patent in fee to
242
"Cye" article on "Indians"
179

—D—

Daugherty, Anna, patent in fee to
69
Davis, Nellie H., patent in fee to
65
Dawson, Philip R., patent in fee to
141
Debts, lands and funds not liable for, if contracted prior to end of trust period
194
Deceased Indians, deeds to, confirmed
484
Deckon, Louis, patent in fee to
242
Deeds:
 
Fee for recording
69
William Penn, first Indian deed
696
Deeds to allotments, appropriation for clerk to sign
28
Deeds and conveyances:
 
Approval by Secretary of Interior, clerk to sign
498
Indian Territory, recording of
9
Acknowledgment
9
Indian Territory, records transferred to State officials
277
Investigation of fraudulent cases
338
Leases filing with agent, union agency to be constructive notice
277
Osage Nation, recording
183
Recording districts in Indian Territory
209
Suits to set aside in Indian Territory, appropriation for
353
Deer, James, per capita payment to, 1905
47
Deer, Jennie, per capita payment to, 1905
47
Delaware Indians, allotments on Cherokee lands not affected by act of 1904
51
Delaware-Cherokees may sell certain improvements
147
Delaware Indians:
 
Nonresidents, restrictions removed
230
Allotments in Cherokee Nation, sale of improvements
51
Settlement of claim, appropriation for
68
Denison Coal Co., lease may be amended
475
Depredation on timber, penalty for
477
Descanum, patent in fee to
246
Descent, allotment of deceased Indian
476
Devils Lake Reservation, N. Dak.:
 
Agreement with Indians of, ratified, 1904
83
Ceded lands, proclamation opening to settlement
597
Payment for certain lands
439
Surplus lands, proclamation opening to settlement
628
Devils Lake Sioux, deficiency in first payment for lands, appropriation for
228
Dew, Famous, patent in fee to
213
Dick, Lewis, patent in fee to
224
Diddock, Margaret La F., patent in fee to
224
Dietrich, Bert, patent in fee to
69
Dietrich, Clarence A., patent in fee to
69
Dietrich, George A., patent in fee to
69
Dietrich, Lotsee, patent in fee to
69
Dietrich, Ruby G., patent in fee to
69
Dietrich, Thomas M., patent in fee to
69
Dietrich, William F., patent in fee to
25
Dike, R. W., patent in fee to
233
Disbursing agents, deposit of Indian funds in bank
320
Bond to be furnished by bank
320
Disbursing agency, special agents abolished
64
Disbursing officer:
 
Expenses to be reimbursed
14
Per capita payments, special bond
14
District agents, appropriation for 1910
411
Dowan, Daniel, patent in fee to
241
Downing, Carrie, patent in fee to
213
Downing, John D., per capita payment to, 1905
47
Downing, Margaret L., per capita payment to, 1905
47
Doxtater, patentin fee to
248
Doxtater, Cornelius, patentin fee to
144
Doxtater, Dolly Ann, patent in fee to
248
Doxtater, Jacob, patent in fee to
248
Doxtater, Truman, patent in fee to
249
Dragger, Lewis, patent in fee to
213
Drainage, Creek Nation assessments to be approved
581
Drainage assessments:
 
Open lands of certain Indians in Oklahoma approved
525
Omaha and Winnebagos, lands payment of
384
Drainage survey, Red Lake Reservation, Minn
220
Drapeau, Narcissus, suit against John H. Scriven, appropriation to pay costs
582
Dripps, George W., patent in fee to
242
Dubray, Joseph, patent in fee to
242
Duchesne River, improvement of
445
Dupuis, Alfred, patent in fee to
224
Dupuis, Angelique, restrictions removed
241
Dupuis, Frederick A., patent in fee to
224
Dupuis George W., patent in fee to
224
Dupuis, John, patent in fee to
216
Dupuis, Maud N., patent in fee to
225
D'Wamish Indians, appropriation for:
 
1905
48
1906
133
1907
245
1908
301
1909
344
1910
420
1911
446
1912
503
1913
549
1914
584
D'Wamish and allied tribes, Washington:
 
Appropriation for support, 1905
133
Appropriation for 1907
245

—E—

Eastern Cherokees:
 
Appropriation to pay judgment of Court of Claims
261
Band status confirmed
16
Compromise of litigation in North Carolina
20
Interest on judgment of Court of Claims
423
Payment of expenses from judgment
412
Payments to members of council
309
Prosecution of suit in Court of Claims
16
Eastern Coal & Mining Co., exchange of leases authorized
516
Eastman, Demas, patent in fee to
225
Elaterite. (See Mining claims.)
 
Elk, William, patent in fee to
224
Elko County School, Nevada, appropriation for 1905
61
Ellis, Bela, per capita payment to, 1905
47
Ellis, Charley, patent in fee to
213
Ells, William. (See Runs Bowing.)
 
Elm, Abraham, patent in fee to
142
Elm, Abram, patent in fee to
248
Elm, Charles, patent in fee to
248
Elm, Rachel, patent in fee to
248
Emarthia, Okchun, restrictions removed
64
Emarthia, Salina, restrictions removed
64
Employees:
 
Names not to be included in annual report
196
Right to practice before department, restricted in certain cases
212
England, Tillman, patent in fee to
213
Episcopal Church, grant of lands in Uintah Reservation, Utah
260
Esterbrook, Frank, minor children of, settlement of claims for attorneys' fees
553
Evans, R. O., & Co., payment to
67
Executive orders, authority of President to create reservations, memorandum concerning
692
Executors and administrators, leases to be approved by court
137
Exedine, Fred, per capita payment to 1905
47
Ezell, Victoria, patent in fee to
233

—F—

Faber, John, patent in fee to
69
Fairfax, town site created in Osage Nation
138
Farmers:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1905
37
1906
126
1907
198
1908
271
1909
322
1910
393
1911
431
1912
489
1913
531
Appropriation for pay, 1905
126
Employment, 1905
37
Extra, at Indian schools
199
Farming experiments, appropriation for 1914
563
Farwell, Gertrude, patent in fee to
69
Farwell, Kit Carson, patent in fee to
69
Farwell, Louisa B., patent in fee to
69
Farwell, Pearl, patent in fee to
69
Felix, Andrew J., patent in fee to
224
Felix, Dennie, patent in fee to
224
Felix, Henry, patent in fee to
224
Felix, Peter, patent in fee to
224
Finkbonner, Charles, patent in fee to
246
Finley, Nellie, patent in fee to
233
Fires, penalty for failing to extinguishment as
477
Fish, Joseph P. T., right to allotment as Shawnee referred to Court of Claim
211
Fish, Leander J., may sell part of allotment
211
Fisher, Rudolph, patent to
25
Five Civilized Tribes:
 
Act of 1906 for final disposition of affairs
169
Enrollment of citizens
171
Transfers on rolls
171
Alienation of lands, removal of restrictions
50
Allotments—
 
Contests of selections
354
Suits affecting title appropriation for expenses
474
Appropriation for—
 
1910
411
1911
441
1912
498
1914
579
Appropriation for administration expenses—
 
1913
542
1914
578
Appropriation for completing work of commission, 1908
277
Cemeteries, conveyance of lands in trust for
580
Cherokee freedmen, roll of
170
Choctaws, lands segregated
171
Citizenship claims, time for fiting, application limited
209
Citizenship rolls, publication of
208
Penalty for copying
208
Conveyances, failure of chief to execute
171
Conveyances to reservations by patents
174
Conveyance of contract during restricted period to be void
352
Creek allotments, equalization continued
170
Creek freedmen, roll of
170
Death of allottee to operate as removal of restrictions
354
Deceased allottees, descent and distribution
177
Deceased Indians, disposal of property by wills permitted
178
Full-blood to be approved
178
Deeds, approval of, clerk to sign for Secretary of Interior
498
Deeds to deceased Indians title confirmed
484
Enrollment claims of persons removed from rolls approval of attorneys' contracts
338
Enrollment closed March 4, 1907
169
Estates of deceased, distribution of
354
Excepted from provisions of act of June 25, 1910
484
Expenditures from tribal funds restricted.
542
Final disposition of affairs, enrollment of bill corrected
263
Financial statement to be compiled, 1913
565
Funds may be deposited in Oklahoma banks
499
Governors, removal for cause
171
Heirs of deceased Indians may convey
178
Intruders, appropriation for removal—
 
1907
206
1908
276
1909
338
Illegitimates to take status of mother
170
Intermarried whites (Cherokees) rights reserved
170
Leases of allotments, appropriation for investigating, 1907
207
Leases of oil, gas or mining property
352
Leases of restricted lands
351
Minor children to be enrolled
170
Minors, jurisdiction of probate court over leases
352
Orphan children, appropriation for care
338
Patents in name of allottees
171
Effect when allottee deceased
171
Payment of claims against
173
Patents, beneficiary of reservation to receive
174
Per capita distribution of funds
176
Per capita payments expenses to be paid from interest on tribal funds
499
Probate attorneys, appropriation for employment
579
Restrictions on alienation extended
176
Restrictions on alienation provisions for removal
351
Revenues to be collected by special officer
173
Rolls of citizenship, evidence of degree of Indian blood
352
Sale of tribal property not to occur until tribal governments abolished
209
Sales of land for school purposes
359
Schools—
 
Appropriation for—
 
1905
61
1906
153
1907
207
1908
277
Enlarging, 1908
277
1909
339
1910
412
1911
442
1912
499
1913
544
1914
579
Certain funds paid into court to be used for
153
Seminoles, chief to sign patents
171
Suits affecting tribal property to be brought by United States
176
Suits to recover restricted lands, appropriation for expenses
353
Surplus lands, appropriation for expenses of sales, 1913
580
Surplus lands to be sold
175
Taxation on restricted lands
177
Taxation of unrestricted lands
352
Timber lands, penalty for unlawful cutting
5
Town lots, investigation of sales
353
Town sites—
 
Default in payments may be waived.
543
Payment of assessment for street improvements authorized
580
Sale of lands
355
Tribal buildings to be sold
175
Tribal contracts to be approved
181
Tribal existence continued until division of property is complete
262
Tribal governments continued, 1906
181
Tribal property to be accounted for
173
Tribal property to be held in trust for members
180
Tribal property to be sold
319
Use of proceeds
319
Temporary leases
319
Tribal property to be held by Secretary of Interior
263
Tribal records to be subject to inspection of Interior Department
278
Tribal schools transferred to Secretary of Interior
173
Tribal taxes abolished
173
Refunds
173
Wills of full bloods to be approved
354
Fixico, Nocus:
 
Patent in fee to
213
Restrictions removed
279
Flandreau School, appropriation for:
 
1905
58
1906
150
1907
238
1908
298
1909
341
1910
416
1911
443
1912
500
1913
547
1914
582
Flandreau Tribe, per capita payments to
418
Flathead Reservation:
 
Agency buildings, location and construction
537
Allotments, appropriation for 1908
314
Allotments to Indians
79
Appropriation for support of Indians, 1905
133
Appropriation for—
 
1905
35,48
1906
124
1907
220
1908
285
1909
331
1910
402
1911
436
1912
495
1913
537
1914
574
Catholic Church to receive patents to land
157
Ceded lands open to settlement, amended provisions
361
Ceded lands, proclamation opening to settlement
654
Condemnation of allotments required for reservoir purposes
451
Intoxicants, sale prohibited for 25 years.
403
Irrigation—
 
Appropriation for—
 
1910
402
1911
437
Repayment of moneys advanced for construction
437
1912
495
1913
537
1914
574
Land reserved for Camas Hot Springs
222
Lands for fuel supply
158
Lands for religious purposes
158
Logging, appropriation for, 1913
537
Power and reservoir sites reserved
403
Proclamation establishing town site
663
Proclamation reserving town site
679
Reservation of lands for reallotment of Indians
451
Sale of allotments on irrigable lands
451
Sale of land to town of Ronan authorized.
525
Sale of surplus lands
79
Sale of vacant lands directed, 1910
483
Subdivisions of unallotted lands
450
Surveys, appropriation for, 1910
473
Timber land provisions for sale
403
Town sites created
221
University of Montana to receive certain land
157
Water rights in Flathead Lake modified.
538
Flathead Lake, Mont.:
 
Water rights to be designated in patents.
495
Water rights prescribed
538
Fleming, J. E., v. Green McCurtain, case to be advanced for hearing
414
Florence Mining Co., patent to land in Uintah Reservation, Utah
147
Florer, John N., may purchase land in Osage Nation
255
Fond du Lac Reservation:
 
Allotments increased to 80 acres
574
Payment of claims for supplies
55
Forest Reservations, allotments to Indians authorized
483
Fort Belknap Reservation:
 
Allotments irrigation costs to be a lien
495
Appropriation for—
 
1906
133
1907
220
1908
285
1909
331
1910
402
1911
436
1912
495
1913
537
1914
574
Appropriation for support of Indians, 1905
133
Irrigation, appropriation for
402
Irrigation system, appropriation for, 1911.
437
Irrigation—
 
Appropriation for 1912
495
Costs to be a lien on allotments
495
Irrigation, appropriation for 1914
574
Leases of land authorized
285
Surveys, appropriation for 1913
537
Fort Berthold Reservation:
 
Act authorizing sale of surplus lands, 1910
462
Additional allotments to Indians
293
Allotments to be completed
462
Allotments, coal lands may be selected
551
Appraisal of lands to be sold
464
Appropriation for—
 
1905
48
1906
133
1907
227
1908
293
1909
335
1910
408
1911
439
1912
497
1913
539
1914
576
Ceded lands, confirmation of lands patented without fraud
265
Cemetery reserved
463
Coal lands, provisions for mining under "Public land laws"
551
Construction of fences, 1905
133
Intoxicants prohibited for 25 years
466
Mineral lands reserved from sale
462
Payment for lands sold
463
Power sites reserved from sale
463
Reservoir sites reserved from sale
463
Sale of surplus lands
462
Stock destroyed by Bureau of Animal Industry
408
Support of Indians, 1905
133
Timber lands reserved from sale
465
Town sites, provisions for
463
Tribal farm authorized
463
Fort Bidwell School:
 
Appropriation for improvements reappropriated
588
Appropriations for improvements, 1913
531
Appropriation for, 1914
570
Fort Hall Reservation:
 
Allotments—
 
Area fixed, 1912
492
Grazing reserve subject to
493
May be located on irrigated lands if Indians so desire
435
Appropriation for—
 
1905
42,48
1906
128,133
1907
201,205
1908
274,275
1909
326,327
1910
397
1911
434
1912
492
1913
535
1914
570
Appropriation for last installments under agreement
435
Appropriation for support of Indians, 1905
133
Ceded lands opened to settlement
34
Construction of irrigation reservoir
275
Grazing lands reserved
435
Improvements from certain Indians to be purchased
34
Irrigation project, provisions for construction and use by Indians
275
Irrigation system—
 
Appropriation for
397
1911
434
1912
492
1913
535
1914
570
Surveys
202
Irrigation, appropriation for construction, 1910
473
Irrigation examination of project
202
Lands granted for mission purposes
327
Lands for irrigation reservoir to be purchased
275
Lands selected in Oklahoma open to settlement
184
Leases of stone quarries authorized
493
Lemhi Indians, appropriation to remove to
262
Religious organizations to receive lands
493
Reservoir appropriation for constructing
326
Stone quarries reserved from sale
493
Surveys, appropriation for, 1907
202
Timber land reserved
493
Treaty appropriation for 1905
42
Fort Lapwai School, payment of moneys lost by burglary
392
Fort Lemhi Reservation, surveys, appropriation for, 1907
202
Fort Lewis School:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1907
201
1908
274
1909
325
Appropriation to State of Colorado authorized
434
Indian pupils to be admitted free
395,434
Property granted State of Colorado
395
Fort Mojave School, appropriation for:
 
1905
58
1906
150
1907
199
1908
242
1909
323
1910
394
1911
432
1912
491
1913
532
1914
568
Fort Mojave Reservation:
 
Dike to protect allotments, appropriation for
534
Executive orders relating to
667
Fort Peck Reservation:
 
Agency lands reserved
379
Allotments, appropriation for 1910
403
Allotments to Indians
377
Appropriation for—
 
1905
48
1906
134
1907
221
1908
286
1909
331
1910
402
1911
436
1912
495
1913
537
1914
574
Appropriation for support of Indians, 1905
134
Examination of irrigable and coal lands.
377
Grant of land to Great Northern Railroad.
403
Intoxicants prohibited for 25 years
404
Irrigable lands reserved
381
Irrigation, appropriation for—
 
1913
537
1914
574
Lands granted to religious organizations.
379
Patent to Great Northern Railway Co. for irrigation system
379
Payment for lands granted to State
383
Payments to Indians
379
Per capita payments
383
Resurvey, appropriation for
383
Sale of irrigable lands
378
Sale of lands
380
School lands reserved
379
Survey of all lands directed
377
Town sites reserved
382
Water rights free to Indians
379
Fort Shaw School Reservation, Executive order establishing
680
Fort Sill School Reserve:
 
Apache prisoners at, appropriation to continue settlement in Oklahoma
578
Hospital to be available for Indians of Kiowa Agency
577
Hospital to be constructed
540
Proclamation granting certain lands to town of Lawton
591
Right of way granted to Lawton and Fort Sill Electric Co
528
Town of Lawton may secure water supply
22
Fort Spokane Military Reserve, sale directed.
504
Fort Totten School, appropriation for:
 
1905
58
1906
151
1907
227
1908
293
1909
335
1910
408
1911
439
1912
497
1913
540
1914
576
Fort Washakie Military Reservation, Executive order modifying boundaries
691
Foster, Edwin B.:
 
Indian Territory Illuminating Co., lease in Osage Nation
137
Oil lease in Osage Reservation
137
Francis, Ann:
 
Appropriation to cover court costs
261
Payment of costs of suit
249
Frapp, William, patent in fee to
233
Frenier, Louis, patent in fee to
225
Funds:
 
Shares of individuals may be used to pay taxes
267
Statement of amounts held in trust July 1, 1913
717

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Galcatcher, Betsy, patent in fee to
213
Garland, Samuel, heirs may sue Choctaw Nation in Court of Claims
358
Garvie, James, patent in fee to
225
General incidental expenses of Indian Service. appropriation for, 1905
135
Genoa School, appropriation for:
 
1905
58
1906
151
1907
223
1908
291
1909
332
1910
405
1911
438
1912
496
1913
538
1914
575
George, patent in fee to
246
George, Claf-wha, may sell allotment to United States
156
Ge-u-ka, patent in fee to
224
Gila cliff dwellings, National Monument, proclamation establishing reservation
630
Gila River Reservation:
 
Executive orders relating to
668
Irrigation system, appropriation for 1911
432
Irrigation, appropriation for continuing work, 1912
491
Irrigation project, appropriation for 1913
533
Costs to be a lien on allotments
533
Irrigation appropriation for 1914
568
Irrigation project, appropriation for construction
200
Gilsonite. (See Mining claims.)
 
Given, Mabel R., patent to
25
Glacier National Park, lands reserved on Blackfeet Reservation
513
Glardy, Albert M., patent in fee to
233
Good Hawk, patent in fee to
225
Goodland Orphan School in Indian Territory, land granted to
414
Goodteacher, George, patent in fee to
224
Goulette, Jefferson, patent in fee to
143
Grab, Martin, allotment to
578
Grahams Island, allotment of Chippewas on
228
Grand Junction School:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1905
58
1906
151
1907
201
1908
274
1909
325
Appropriation for, to State of Colorado authorized
433
Grant to State of Colorado
395
Indian pupils to be admitted free
433
Pupils to be admitted free
395
Grande Ronde Reservation, Oreg.:
 
Agreement with Indians ratified, 1904—
 
Allotments to minors
105
Amendments
106
Per capita payments
105
Cession of lands
105
Appropriation for—
 
1905
49
1906
135
1907
236
1908
296
1909
340
1910
414
1911
443
1912
500
1913
545
1914
582
Gran Quivira National Monument, New Mexico, proclamation establishing
659
Gray Cloud, Arthur, patent in fee to
241
Gray, Mary Perdier, per capita payment to, 1905
47
Great Northern Railway Co.:
 
Lands granted in Fort Peck Reservation.
403
May acquire station grounds in Colville Reservation
587
Patent to lands in Fort Peck Reservation
379
Settlement of conflicting rights of way in Colville Reservation
551
Great Sioux Reservation:
 
Allotments to children
364
Allotments to supply deficiencies
364
School indemnity lands to be selected by the State
35
Green Bay Agency, appropriation for 1905
35
Greenville School, appropriation for 1914
570
Greenville Indian Industrial Training School Reservation, California, Executive orders relating to
674
Griffin, Deborah A., patent to
585
Griffin, Mary J., patent to
585
Gros Ventre, etc., Reservation, Mont.:
 
Ceded lands, entries confirmed
13
Title to certain lands confirmed to St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway Co
115
Treaty of July 13, 1868 (unratified)
705
Guardians, leases of allotments to be approved
137
Guitar, Henry, patent in fee to
141,224

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Haida Tribe of Alaska, civil rights conferred on
310
Halfiron, John, patent in fee to
224
Hamilton, George D., payment to
218,329
Hampton School, appropriation for:
 
1905
59
1906
151
1907
244
1908
301
1909
343
1910
420
1911
446
1912
503
Hardin, David, patent in fee to
233
Hardy, Victoria, heirs to have amended patent
231
Hardy, W. E. et al. (Kansas Indians), patent in fee to
140
Harkins, Dr. G. W., payment to
413
Hartshone, Okla., reappraisement of town lots
361
Haskell Institute:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1907
214
1908
280
1909
328
1910
398
1911
435
1912
493
1913
535
1914
571
Appropriation for rebuilding
314
Hawkins, Wyatt S., may sell certain land
212
Hayes, Darwin, patent in fee to
25
Hayes, Hannah, patent in fee to
248
Hayward School, appropriation for:
 
1905
59
1906
151
1907
247
1908
302
1909
344
1910
421
1911
447
1912
505
1913
549
1914
585
Hazlett, Nora G.:
 
Patent in fee to
68
Per capita payment to, 1905
47
Hazlett, William M., per capita payment to, 1905
47
Hedges, Charles, patent in fee to
225
Heikoyagmani, Johnnie, restrictions removed
228
Heirs of deceased Indians, allotments cancelled when heirs not found
478
Heirs of allottees, appropriation for determining, 1914
564
Heirs of deceased Indians:
 
Appropriation for determining, 1914
588
Determination during trust period of deceased Indian
476
Patents in fee to be issued
356
Hemans, James, patent in fee to
224
Hendrix, Edgar, restrictions removed
65
Henry, patent in fee to
246
Hetahuna, patent may be cancelled
229
Heyl, John K., payment to
399
Heyn, Charles E., purchase of lands from
296
Hicahewicazena, patent may be cancelled
229
Hicks, Henry, patent in fee to
141
Hicks, Nellie, patent in fee to
213
Highways and Roads, Five Civilized Tribes, how established
178
Hill, Hannah, patent in fee to
249
Hill, Sarah, patent in fee to
249
Him-han-skaden, patent in fee to
224
Hines, Amanda C., patent in fee to
65
Hines, John W., patent in fee to
65
Hines, Susan E., patent in fee to
141
Hobart, Okla.:
 
Funds delivered to county
409
Proceeds of sales of town site lots to be paid to city treasurer
371
Hodge, David M., payment of attorrey's fee
15
Hoffman, John, patent in fee to
224
Hoffman, Samuel, patent in fee to
225
Hoh Indians, allotments authorized
507
Hollister, Seymour W., payment to
67
Hoopa Valley Reservation:
 
Appropriation for—
 
1905
49
1906
135
1907
200
1908
273
1909
324
1910
395
Wagon roads, appropriation for completing
570
Wagon road to be constructed
325
Hoopa Valley Reservation Forest Reserve, proclamation establishing
646
Holmes, William, patent in fee to
224
Homestead Seminole Nation, restriction on alienation
24
Homestead settlers on Indian lands:
 
Colville Reservation, Wash., free homesteads to be granted
7
Round Valley Reservation, Cal., homestead laws extended
113
Rosebud Reservation, S. Dak., time for settlement extended
113
Hominy, town site created in Osage Nation
138
Horse stealing in Indian Territory, penalty
5
Howe, Chester, claims against Mississippi Choctaws referred to Court of Claims
370
Howell, Joseph W., payment to
393
Huff, Zeno, payment of judgment against
544
Hupojanjanwin, patent in fee to
224
Hutopawin, patent may be cancelled
229

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