INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

Vol. III, Laws     (Compiled to December 1, 1913)

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1913.


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Sacs and Foxes of the Mississippi:  
Agreement for commutation of annuities ratified 449
Appropriation for—  
1905 44,130
1906 130
1907 231
1908 296
1909 337
1910 410
Attorneys' fees to be fixed by Court of Claims 304
Claims referred to Court of Claims 304
Fund placed to credit of tribe 411
Per capita payment to 411
1909 337
Treaty appropriation for 1905 44
Trust fund to draw interest at 5 per cent 440
Sacs and Foxes of the Missouri:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 44,130
1906 130
1907 215
1908 282
1909 329
1910 399
1911 435
1912 493
1913 536
1914 571
Funds due under treaty of 1837 placed to credit of 282
Patents in fee simple 185
Payments for drainage assessments 185
Per capita payment authorized, 1907 282
Per capita payment to, 1905 47
Treaty appropriation for 1905 44
Sacs and Foxes in Oklahoma, claims against, referred to Court of Claims 304
Sac and Fox Reservation:  
Allotments to children, 1906 216
Appropriation for—  
1913 535
1914 571
Drainage allotments in Richardson County, Nebr 455
Drainage of certain lands, provisions for, 1912 525
Patents in fee may be given 216
Payment to allottees in drainage district No. 1 455
Per capita payment to, 1906 231
Purchase of adjoining lands authorized 327
Sac and Fox Reservation, school, appropriation for:  
1905 60
1906 152
1907 214
1908 280
1909 327
1910 398
Saginaw Band of Chippewas, claims referred to Court of Claims 474
St. Agnes Academy, payment to 442
Saint Cyr, Alexander, patent in fee to 224
Saint Cyr, David, patent in fee to 224
Saint Cyr, Louis, patent in fee to 224
St. John's Mission School, lands proclamation opening to settlement 591
Sakto (deceased Kickapoo), payment to estate 128
Salem School, appropriation for:  
1905 60
1906 152
1907 236
1908 296
1909 340
1910 414
1911 443
1912 500
1913 545
1914 581
Sales, public property on Indian Reservations 481
Salt River Reservation, Executive orders relating to 670
Samuel, patent in fee to 224
Samuels, Joseph, patent in fee to 224
San Carlos Reservation:  
Appropriation for:  
1905 36
1906 125
1907 199
1908 272
1909 323
1910 394
Bridges, appropriation for construction 569
Bridges, investigation as to necessity for constructing 534
Irrigation, investigation and report 533,568
San Juan Utes:  
Amount reappropriated 301,356
Appropriation for 1907 244
San Pasqual Reservation, Cal., Executive order reserving reservoir site 676
Santa Clara Pueblo, Executive order reserving lands 687
Santa Fe School—  
Appropriation for—  
1905 60
1906 152
1907 226
1908 292
1909 334
1910 406
1911 438
1912 496
1913 539
1914 575
Appropriation for additional building 226
Santee Sioux of Nebraska:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 45,131
1906 131
1907 238
1908 299
1909 342
1910 418
1911 443
1912 501
1913 547
1914 582
Bridge to be repaired for benefit of 575
Per capita payment of trust fund 223
Treaty appropriation for 1905 45
Sar Sarp Kin, Margaret, patent in fee to 247
Saumty, Emma, may sell land for cemetery 231
Savanna Coal Co., lease of additional lands in Choctaw Nation 475
Schoenfelt, J. Blair, claim against remitted 499
Schools:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 150
1906 196
1907 196
1908 268
1909 319
1910 390
1911 431
1913 530
1914 562
Appropriation for maintenance—  
1908 268
1909 320
Appropriation for support—  
1903 22
1905 57
1910 390
1912 488
Children may be placed in private families 153
Children under 14 not to be transported out of State 390
Five Civilized Tribes, appropriation for—  
1907 207
1910 412
1911 442
Funds, certain funds paid into court to be added to 153
Location at Bismarck, N. Dak 71
Maintenance of tribal schools in Five Civilized Tribes, 1909 339
Mission, to receive rations due children 193
Oklahoma public schools open to all children 189
Grants in aid of 189
Per capita expense of pupils limited 154
Per capita restrictions not applicable, 1913 531
Perris, Cal., school discontinued 152
Phoenix, Ariz., rifles to be issued to cadets 272
Rapid City School, provision for water system 341
Report of property to be submitted Dec. 1, 1911 488
Secretary of Interior to assume charge of tribal schools 172
(See also Superintendent of schools.)  
Standing Rock Reservation, Indian children to be admitted on equality with others 556
Transfer of public property as required 267
White children admitted to boarding schools 390
White children may be admitted 269
Wind River Reservation, Wyo 119
School superintendents, agent's duties may be performed by 36
Scriven, John H., suits against, appropriation to pay costs 582
Secretary of Interior:  
Commission to Five Civilized Tribes 136
Name on deeds to be signed by clerk 28
Town-site commission transferred to 136
Seger, Homer J., per capita payment to, 1905 47
Selwyn, William T., may purchase lands reserved for Yankton Agency 142
Seminole Nation:  
Agency lands in Florida to be sold 27
Allotments, appropriation for protecting titles of allottees 473
Allotments in Creek Nation to be investigated 149
Allotments, patents to be signed by chief 171
Allotments, suits affecting payment of expenses 528
Appropriation for—  
1905 44,130
1906 130
1907 211
1908 280
1909 339
1910 413
1911 434
1912 492
1913 535
1914 570
Support, 1911 434
Children to be enrolled 148
Execution of deeds, allottees 24
Executive order reserving lands in Florida 678
Fund credited to tribe 413
Highways may be established 178
Loyal Indians, payment to 172
Mineral leases interest of tribe to terminate on allotted lands 355
Per capita payment to—  
1911 510
1913 579
Restrictions on alienation of homestead 24
Royalties from mineral leases to be paid to Indians 355
Sale of lots to John F. Brown confirmed 144
Treaty appropriation for 1905 44
Tribal existence continued until division of property is complete 262
Tribal government to cease Mar. 4, 1906 24
Senecas of New York:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 44,131
1906 131
1907 227
1908 292
1910 407
1911 439
1913 539,540
1914 576,578
Fund placed to credit of 407
Leases to Charles M. L. Ashby, ratified 358
Lease to Edward Bolard ratified 487
Per capita payment to 407
Treaty appropriation for 1905 44
Sequoia National Forest Reserve, proclamation establishing 651
Shawnee Agency:  
Appropriation for—  
1913 541
1914 578
Enrollment claim of Joseph P. T. Fish referred to Court of Claims 211
Nonresidents restrictions removed 230
(See also Big Jim's Band; Absentee Shawnees.)  
Treaty of March 2, 1867 (unratified) 708
Shawnee Training School, sale of lands for 229
Shebit Indians, sale of land to Utah & Eastern Copper Co 243
Sheepeaters. (See also Lemhi Agency, Idaho.)  
Sheestal, Charles, patent in fee to 246
Sheridan, Sarah, patent in fee to 224
Sherman, Andrew, patent in fee to 224
Sherman, Frank, patent in fee to 224
Sherman Institute, appropriation for:  
1907 200
1908 273
1909 324
1910 395
1911 433
1912 491
1913 534
1914 570
Shincis, Frank, restrictions removed 232
Shivwitz School, appropriation for:  
1913 548
1914 584
Shoes, patent to 25
Shoshone and Arapahoe Indians:  
Ceded lands, public land laws extended to 162
Wind River Reservation, Wyoming—  
Agreement of April 21, 1904, ratified 117
Allotments to individuals 118
Reallotment authorized 118
Existing agreements not affected 120
General trust fund 119
Account to be rendered 119
Irrigation of lands remaining 119,123
Lands ceded 117
Payment for ceded lands 118,121
Purchase of stock 119
Sale of ceded lands 118,121
Schools to be maintained 119
United States to act as trustee 120
Shoshone and Bannocks:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 45,131
1906 131,133
1907 252
1910 397,422
Treaty appropriation for 1905 45
Shoshone Agency:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 36
1906 125,134
1911 448
1912 505
Leases of allotments, provisions for 345
Proceeds of lands provisions amended 481
Shoshone Reservation School, appropriation for:  
1905 60
1906 153
1907 251
1908 303
1909 345
1910 422
1911 448
1912 505
1913 550
Shoshones. (See also Lemhi Agency, Idaho; Western Shoshones.)  
Shoshones in Wyoming:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 49
1906 131
1907 251
1908 303
1909 345
1910 422
1911 505
1913 550
Support, 1905 134
(See Wind River Reservation.)  
Shott, Ida C., patent in fee to 224
Shunk, Alexander, patent in fee to 241
Shunk, Hermine, patent in fee to 241
Shunk, Louis, patent in fee to 242
Shunk, William, patent in fee to 241
Silas, James, patent in fee to 248
Silas, Job, patent in fee to 248
Siletz Reservation:  
Act authorizing sale of certain lands 454
Appropriation for—  
1905 49
1906 135
1907 236
1908 296
1909 340
1910 414
1911 443
1912 500
1913 545
1914 582
Ceded lands, homestead entries regulated 508
Intoxicants prohibited for 25 years 454
Lands granted religious societies time for payment extended 369
Payment for lands sold 454
Right of way granted Siletz Power & Manufacturing Co 471
Sale of lands to religious societies 415
Sale of reserved lands 454
Town site reservations 454
Water-power sites reserved 454
Siletz Power & Manufacturing Co., right of way through Siletz Reservation 471
Simpson, Katherine R., patent in fee to 213
Sioux Indians:  
Allotments, certain lands purchased for, may be sold to State of Minnesota 162
Allotment on separate reservations, appropriation for 1907 240
Allotment to children, 1907 300
Appropriation for—  
1905 131
1910 418
1911 437
Employment of Indians in transportation of supplies 342
Payment for property taken by troops in 1876 242
Proceeds may be paid Indians 162
Rations not to exceed number of Indians on reservations 342
Stock cattle may be issued on request 194
Treaty appropriation for 1905 45
(See also Lower Brule Reservation, S. Dak.; Rosebud Reservation; Santee Sioux of Nebraska,                 Yankton Sioux; Standing Rock Band.)  
Sioux of Devils Lake, appropriation for:  
1905 49
1906 134
1907 227
1908 293
1909 334
1910 408
1911 439
1912 497
1913 539
1914 576
Support, 1905 134
Sioux of different tribes, appropriation for:  
1905 45
1906 131
1907 238
1908 299
1909 342
1910 418
1911 443
1912 501
1913 547
1914 582
Sioux at Flandreau, per capita payments, 1905 47
Sioux of Rosebud Reservation:  
Agreement of Sept. 14, 1901, ratified 71
Amendments 73
Cession of lands 71
Citizenship of intermarried whites 74
Citizenship of mixed bloods 74
Existing rights not affected 72
Payments to Indians 72
Possession of allotted lands 72
Time for homestead settlement extended to May 1, 1905 113
Sioux schools, appropriation for:  
1911 444
1913 548
Sioux, Yankton Tribe, appropriation for 1910 418
Sisseton Agency, appropriation for:  
1905 36
1906 125
1907 237
1908 297
1909 341
1910 415
Sisseton and Wahpeton Bands of Sioux:  
Agreement ratified, 1904 83
Claim for forfeited annuities, Court of Claims to render final judgment 239
Payment for certain lands 439
Per capita payment authorized, 1910 481
Sitgreaves National Forest Reserve:  
Executive orders relating to 672
Proclamation establishing 636
Sitoka, Amos, patent in fee to 242
Six Nations of New York:  
Agreement with State of Pennsylvania of Jan. 9, 1789 698
Appropriation for—  
1905 45,131
1906 131
1907 227
1908 292
1909 334
1910 407
1911 439
1912 496
1913 539
1914 576
Deed to State of Pennsylvania January, 1789 700
Treaty appropriation for 1905 45
Skagit Tribe, burial ground to be purchased for 585
Skenandooh, Hendrix, patent in fee to 248
Skenandooh, Joseph, patent in fee to 248
Smith, Edgar, attorney's fee for representing Cherokee Nation 261
Smith, Eulala, patent in fee to 213
Smith, John, land purchased for allotment 296
Smith, Joseph Leonard, patent in fee to 241
Smith River Indians, Executive order establishing reserve 676
Soldier, Taylor, patent in fee to 213
Sooc-oog, cancellation of allotment 478
South Dakota:  
Jurisdiction of crimes on Indian reservations conferred on United States courts 6
School indemnity lands to Great Sioux Reservation 35
United States courts to have jurisdiction of crimes on Indian reservations 507
Southern Utah School, appropriation for 1905 61
Southern Ute Indians, purchase of perpetual water rights 396
Southern Ute Reservation:  
Ceded lands of desert character granted to State of Colorado 304
Irrigation, purchase of water rights 157
P. F. U. Rubber Co., to lease certain lands 165
Water rights to be purchased 157
Spade, Sam, patent in fee to 213
Special agents, appropriation for:  
1913 532
1914 564
Special disbursing agent, provisions repealed 64
Special investigations, appropriation for 1908 269
Splitlog, Mathias, heirs may sell part of allotment to Catholic Church 280
Spokane & British Columbia Railway Co., settlement of conflicting rights of way in Colville Reservation 551
Spokane Reservation:  
Agency school lands reserved 372
allotments deficiency appropriation for 1908 314
Allotments to Indian 371
Appropriation for—  
1905 46,132
1906 132
1907 245
1908 302
1909 344
1910 420
1911 446
1912 503
1913 549
1914 584
Ceded lands, proclamation opening to settlement 654
Payment for lands granted State of Washington 373
Surplus agricultural lands open to settlement 371
Survey of lands, 1909 420
Timber sales for benefit of Indians 372
Town site, sale of land for 245
Treaty appropriation for 1905 46
Water rights in Spokane River, how acquired 116
Spokane River, Wash.:  
Power sites 116
Water rights on Spokane Reservation 116
Springer, William M., payment to 55
St. Louis Exposition, provision for Indian exhibit 52
Stabler, Charles, patent in fee to 224
Stabler, D., patent in fee to 224
Stacy, Clarence I., payment to 534
Stacy, William H., claim referred 421
Staley, James, payment to administration 240
Standing Rock Band of Sioux Indians, additional allotments to 293
Standing Rock Reservation:  
Agency lands reserved 374
Allotments to all Indian school lands reserved 374
Allotments to children born prior to proclamation for sale of ceded lands 556
Allotments to married women 300
Appropriation for—  
1905 36
1906 125
1907 227
1908 293
1909 334
1910 408
Ceded lands, provisions for sale, 1913 555
Ceded lands, time of payment extended 428,517
Claims of traders against Indians to be settled by superintendent 497
Funds to be expended for benefit of Indians, 1912 501
Intoxicants prohibited for 25 years 558
Lands granted States, amendatory provisions 426
Lands reserved for cemetery 418
Open to settlement 657
Payment of proceeds to Indians 376
Payment for school lands granted States 376
Payments to Indians 557
Payment of tribal funds to Indians of 547
Payment to Indians, 1911 444
Railroads may purchase lands from allottees 298
Reallotment of Indians authorized 374
Religious organizations to receive patents 374
Sale of surplus lands 373
authorized, 1913 555
Schools, Indian children to be admitted on equality with others 556
Timber lands for use of Indians 377
Town sites reserved 376,556
State National Bank of Denison, Tex., payment to 212
Stecker, Ernest, payment to 578
Steenerson Act 98
Stock, larceny of, in Indian Territory, penalty 5
(See Bureau of Animal Industry.)  
Stockbridge and Munsee Tribe:  
Allotments in fee simple to 250
Payment for improvement on swamp lands 251
Per capita payments, 1905 47
Purchase of land from Menominees 251
Stone, Samuel, patent in fee to 224
Stone. (See Timber and stone.)  
Stone, Susan, patent in fee to 247
St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway Co., title to land in Gros Ventre, Piegan, Blood, Blackfeet,and River Crow Reservations in Montana confirmed 115
Strawberry Valley, irrigation project, payment for lands in Uintah Reservation 445
Streets and alleys, town sites in Indian Territory, closing of 174
Strum, Jessie, per capita payment to, 1905 47
Strum, Mattie, per capita payment to, 1905 47
Sulphur, Indian Territory:  
Additional lands for town site 66
Payment for land 66
Regulation of use of springs and waters 66
Sulphur Springs Reservation, subject to Federal control 190
Suis Sis Kin, patent in fee to 247
Suits affecting Indian lands:  
Appropriation for expenses—  
1912 528
1914 563
Jurisdiction conferred on Federal courts 507
Jurisdiction of Federal courts amended 512
Suits involving Indian lands, appropriation for costs:  
1912 490
1913 532
Sully, Mary, suit against John H. Scriven, appropriation to pay costs 582
Sullys Hill Park, investigation of mineral deposits 576
Sungode, patent may be cancelled 229
Sunday, Lizzie, patent in fee to 213
Sunrise, patent in fee to 242
Superintendents of irrigation, appointment provided 430
Superintendent of logging, Chippewa lands, pay of 219
Superintendent of schools:  
Appropriation for—  
1905 36
1906 125
1907 198
1908 270
1909 322
1910 392
Pay, 1905 125
Duties of, extended 125
May administer oath of office to employees 564
Per diem allowed 125
Supplies:  
Advertisement for purchase 22
Appropriation for—  
1905 38
1906 126
1907 197
1908 269
1909 318
1910 391
1911 431
1912 490
1913 531
1914 563
Awards of contracts in annual report 196
Bids not included in report 196
Indian labor to be preferred 23,481
Purchase for 1908, appropriation 266
Purchase to be advertised 154,155
Purchasing, appropriation for 1905 38
Purchase to be under contracts 481
Subsistence deficiencies to be paid from surplus 23
Transporting, appropriation for 1905 38
Treaty funds not to be used 23
Surplus lands:  
Choctaw Nation, provisions for sale 54
Five Civilized Tribes, sale authorized 175
Surveys, appropriations for:  
1907 195
1908 268
1909 319
1910 390
1911 429
1912 487
1913 529
1914 561
Swan Creek Band of Chippewas, claims referred to Court of Claims 474
Swasey, patent in fee to 247
Sycles, Isaiah, patent in fee to 249
Sycles, Sarah, patent in fee to 249
Sypher, J. Hale, claim against Choctaw Nation referred to Court of Claims 54
Payment out of Choctaw funds 139

 


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