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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PUBLIC ACTS OF FIFTY–EIGHTH CONGRESS—SECOND SESSION, 1904.
CHAP. 160 | CHAP. 161 | CHAP. 505 | CHAP. 854 | CHAP. 855 | CHAP. 1402 | CHAP. 1484 | CHAP. 1489 | CHAP. 1492 | CHAP. 1493 | CHAP. 1495 | CHAP. 1606 | CHAP. 1620 | CHAP. 1624 | CHAP. 1630 | CHAP. 1762 | CHAP. 1767 | CHAP. 1786 | CHAP. 1787 | CHAP. 1794 | CHAP. 1806 | CHAP. 1816 | CHAP. 1819 | CHAP. 1820 | CHAP. 1822 | CHAP. 1824

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Chapter 1492

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Chap. 1492 Osage Reservation, Okla. Use of timber and stone for industrial, etc., purposes extended to.
    1903, ch. 195; 32 Stat., 774; ante, p. 5.
Chap. 1492 Gravel added.
Chap. 1492 Proviso. Proceeds.

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Chapter 1492
    Apr. 23, 1904. [H. R. 8878.] | [Public, No. 156.] 33 Stat., 299.
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An act to extend the provisions of the act of January twenty-first, nineteen hundred and three, to the Osage Reservation, in Oklahoma Territory, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the provisions of the act of Congress approved January twenty-first, nineteen hundred and three, entitled “An act to amend an act entitled ‘An act to provide for the use of timber and stone for domestic and industrial purposes in the Indian Territory,’ approved June sixth, nineteen hundred,” are, including gravel, hereby extended to and shall include the Osage Reservation, in the Territory of Oklahoma: Provided, That the proceeds from the lands in said Osage Reservation, in Oklahoma Territory, shall go to the Osage Nation or allottees therein.

Approved, April 23, 1904.


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