INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

Vol. IV, Laws     (Compiled to March 4, 1927)

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1929.


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Page 1383

Paine, Thomas,
           fee simple homestead patent confirmed
128
Paiute Indians, California,
           Executive orders reserving tract in Mono County for small band
1016
Paiute Indians, Nevada,
           appropriation for irrigation charges, allotted lands of
305, 350, 385, 435, 494, 532, 919

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Paiute Indians, Nevada—Continued.
           amount authorized for drainage system, Newlands reclamation project;                       reimbursement
452
           proceeds of sales on Pyramid Lake Reservation to be deposited for 453
           Executive orders relating to 1028
Paiute Indians of Utah,
           deficiency appropriation for purchase of lands in Cedar City, Utah, for
515
           Executive order withdrawing certain lands for benefit of 1048, 1050
           lands set apart for use of, etc 419
                      temporarily withdrawn from settlement, etc 1048, 1050
           purchase of lots in Cedar City, Utah, for use of 483
Paiute Reservation, Nev.,
           payment to Truckee-Carson irrigation district for irrigating lands in
561
Pala Agency, Calif.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
222
Pala and Sycuan Mission Reservations, Calif.,
           Executive orders relating to
1015
Pala Reservation, Calif.,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of irrigation project
147, 194, 236, 293, 338, 374, 433, 492, 528, 916
                      for sewers 55
Palma Bands of Mission Indians, California,
           Executive orders relating to
1014
Papago Indians, Arizona,
           appropriation for schools for children of
9

                      for water supply for villages of
60, 112, 201, 243, 299, 345, 380, 432, 466, 491, 528, 916.
           Executive orders relating to 1005
                      extending trust period on allotments of 1011
Papago Indians, Pima County, Ariz.,
           appropriation for water supply for nomadic
12
Papago Reservation, Ariz.,
           amount authorized for purchase of lands for agency reserve
562
           appropriation for constructing fence on boundary line between Mexico and 155
                                 investigation as to need of road across, directed 244
                      for maintenance, etc., of irrigation project 147
                      for water supply 13, 153
           road from Tucson to Ajo authorized through 560
                      agreement for maintenance by Arizona required 560
Paradis, Lucy,
           claim of, for horses destroyed on Cheyenne River Reservation, S. Dak.,                       referred to Court of Claims
401
Parker, Gabe,
           repayment for furniture purchased by, for Armstrong Academy, Oklahoma
23
Parker, Quannah,
           monument to the grave of, late chief of Comanches, authorized
560
Patents, Land (see also Public Lands),
           authorized, Flathead irrigation project
5
           cancellation of certain, in fee simple, before expiration of trust period 932
Patrick Oil and Gas Leases, Oklahoma,
           payment of legal expenses, cancellation of
907
Pauma Reservation,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of irrigation project
147
Pavlik, Charley,
           payment to, for damages from fire
281
Pawhuska, Okla.,
           appropriation for memorial at, to Indians who lost their lives in World War
503
                      for paving streets, etc., adjoining Osage tribal property 388
                      for Saint Louis Mission Boarding School at 164, 353, 388, 440, 499, 537, 924
Paw-kaw-kah, Kickapoo Indian,
           reservation of moneys due, to be paid his custodian
22
Pawnee Agency, Okla.,
           appropriation for support, etc., from tribal funds of Indians at
222, 261, 315, 352, 388
Pawnee Indians, Oklahoma,
           appropriation for
22, 76, 121, 163, 211, 253, 308, 352, 388, 442, 501, 539, 926
                      deficiency appropriation for judgment, Court of Claims 289
           school plant to be remodeled, etc 534
           trust period on allotments of, extended 1040
Pearson, Anette, J.,
           purchase authorized of land from, for addition to farm of Phoenix School,                       Ariz
942
Peirce, Charles F.,
           credit allowed in accounts of
511
Pensions,
           granted to survivors of designated Indian campaigns, etc., 1859 to 1891
134
                      widows included, if not remarried 135
                      Tyler's Rangers included 136
                      records of service accepted 136
                      determination of service 364
                      want of certificate of discharge not to deprive allowance to applicant 364
                                 fee contracts with attorneys void 136
                                 determination of service from State, etc., records 136
                                 loyalty proof not applicable 136
           granted persons serving 30 days or more in Indian wars, etc., and now                       disabled 939
                      ratings 939
                      on reaching 62 years, and over; ratings 940
           widows allowed, for service of husband; rate 940
                      allowance for children under 16, with 940
                                 to child if no widow entitled, or death of 940
                                 helpless, insane, etc., minor child 940
                      marriage prior to March 4, 1917 940
                      remarried, on death, etc., of subsequent husband 940
                                 renewal restricted; if pension accrued to child, when dropped                                             by remarriage 940
                                 child's pension to cease if cared for by mother 940

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Pensions—Continued.
           determination of service of beneficiaries
940
                      record of payments by General Accounting Office 940
                      State or Territorial records 940
                      evidence satisfactory to Commissioner of Pensions, if no muster                                  rolls, etc 941
                      lack of discharge certificate, not to prevent pension 941
           service pensions allowed hereafter to survivors of Indian wars, etc.,                       under former acts 941
                      rates at specified ages 941
                      widows to receive $30 a month 941
                      no present pension reduced 941
                      commencement of, from filing application 941
           no fee allowed for preparing increase claims; limitation in others 941
                      punishment for violations 941
           records for service, modified for, to Indian campaign survivors, etc 550
Peyote,
           appropriation for suppressing traffic in, among Indians
375, 429, 488, 524, 912
Phoenix, Ariz.,
           Executive orders relating to Indian school at
1011
           purchase of land from Anette J. Pearson as addition to school farm 942
Phoenix Sanatorium, Arizona,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
55, 108, 149, 196, 237, 294, 339, 375, 441, 499, 538, 925.
Phoenix School, Arizona,
           appropriation for
12, 59, 112, 153, 201, 242, 299, 344, 380, 437, 497, 467, 535, 922.
                      for new building, etc 299
Pickett, Robert A. (Crow Allottee),
           land patent to
906
Pierce County, Wash.,
           return of lands to dispossessed Nisqually Indians in, to be investigated,                       etc
220
Pierre, S. Dak.,
           appropriation for school at
28, 81, 125, 171, 216, 256, 311, 355, 391, 439, 498, 467, 508, 536, 923.
Pillager Band of Chippewas, Minn.,
           Executive order relating to
1023
Pima, Agency, Arizona,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
261, 379, 443, 502, 540, 927
Pima, County, Ariz.,
           appropriation for water supply, Papagoes
12
Pima Hospital, Arizona,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
55, 108, 149, 196, 237, 294, 339, 375, 441, 499, 538, 925.
Pima Indians,
           appropriation for irrigation system, Gila Reservation
12, 59, 112, 153, 201, 243, 299, 344, 380, 434, 466, 492, 529.
Pinal County, Ariz.,
           appropriation for diverting water from Gila River to lands in
529
           Executive orders setting apart, etc., in, reservations for Papago Indians 1005
Pine Ridge Agency, S. Dak.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at, from tribal funds
222, 262, 502, 540, 927
Pine Ridge Reservation, S. Dak.,
           appropriation for roads and bridges in, from tribal funds
257
           lands surrendered by South Dakota restored to 290
Pine River Irrigation Project,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
147, 194, 236
Pipe Spring National Monument, Ariz.,
           proclamation setting aside
992
Pipestone, Minn.,
           appropriation for school at
15, 64, 115, 157, 204, 246, 302, 438, 467, 497, 508, 535, 922.
Piute Indians, Oregon (see also Paiute Indians),
           school building authorized at Burns, in which children of, shall be                       admitted on same conditions as white children
559
Plenary Authority of Congress,
           powers, etc., conferred
1153
Pohlik or Lower Klamath, etc., Treaty, 1851,
           (unratified)
1117
                      (supplementary) 1120
Polacca Wash Irrigation District,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
293, 338, 374, 433, 492, 529, 917
Police,
           appropriation for
11, 110, 151, 198, 239, 296, 342, 377, 429, 466, 487, 524, 912
Ponca Agency, Okla.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
222, 261, 502, 540, 927
Ponca Indians, Oklahoma and Nebraska,
           all claims of, against United States, to be submitted to Court of Claims
471

           appropriation for support, etc., of
21, 76, 120, 163, 211, 252, 307, 352, 387, 441, 467, 500.
           Executive order extending trust period on allotments of 1040
Ponca Reservation, Nebr.,
           public roads allowed through
46
Ponca Reservation, Okla.,
           appropriation for Salt Fork of Arkansas River, from tribal funds
89
                      contributions by Kay and Noble Counties 90
Ponier, William,
           fee-simple homestead patent confirmed
129
Portilla, Anaclito,
           issue of trust patent to
909
Potawatomi Indians, Kansas (see also under Pottawatomie),
           Executive orders extending trust period on allotments of Prairie Band of
1020, 1022
Potawatomi Reservation, Kans.,
           appropriation for bridges; contribution by Jackson County, etc
63
                      approval by council 63
Potrero and Rincon Indians, California,
           Executive orders extending trust period
1016, 1017
Pottawatomie Agency, Kans.,
           for support, etc., of Indians at
222, 261, 315, 346, 382, 443, 502, 540, 927

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Pottawatomie County, Okla.,
           appropriation for paying drainage assessments on certain allotments
5
Pottawatomie Indians, Indian Territory,
           allotments to provide homes for; sale of certain bonds, etc
946
Pottawatomie Indians, Oklahoma,
           Executive order relating to
1032, 1042
           Ivy L. Merrill, payment for personal injuries 137, 907
Pottawatomie Indians, Oklahoma, Citizen Band of,
           appropriation for payment to certain enrolled members of
121
Pottawatomie Indians, Citizen Band, Okla.,
           all claims of, against United States, not heretofore determined, to be                       adjudicated by Court of Claims
899
           appropriation for support, etc., of 32, 86, 129, 313, 358, 393
Pottawatomie Indians, Wisconsin and Michigan, Wisconsin Band of,
           appropriation for support, etc.; per capita distribution
87, 174, 260
                      payment to legal representatives of R. V. Belt 175
                      to Erik O. Marstad 220
           purchase of lands for allotment to, residing in Wisconsin and Michigan 32, 129
Prairie Band of Potawatomi Indians, Kansas,
           Executive orders relating to
1020
President of the United States (see also Proclamations),
           authority of, to extend trust period Indian allotments
1158
           powers of, over reserves 1056
Pring, Oliver P.,
           lieu land selection by, permitted
193
Proclamations of the President,
           allowing rejected homestead entries on coal lands at Fort Peck Reservation,                       Mont., and opening remainder to entry
978, 1192
           Crow Reservation, Mont., disposal of remaining coal, etc., lands 973
                      disposal of unsold, etc., ceded lands 953
           open to settlement, etc 959
           diminishing area of Cache National Forest, Idaho and Utah 982
                      Cleveland National Forest, Calif 960
                      Tahoe National Forest, Calif. and Nev 969
           directing sale of undisposed of lands, Devils Lake Reservation, N. Dak 965, 997
           extending time for paying installments for ceded lands, Crow Reservation,                       Mont 989, 990, 991, 994
                      Crow Reservation, Mont 991, 994
                      further time for ceded lands, Crow Reservation, Mont 996, 1000
           force and effect of, over allotments, etc 1155
           modifying area of Alamo National Forest, N. Mex., area modified 964
                      Angeles National Forest, Calif 999
                      Crook, Ariz 971
                      Manzano National Forest, Ariz. and N. Mex 984
                      Sitgreaves National Forest, Ariz 993
           opening to entry certain lands, etc., Colville Reservation, Wash 966
                      Fort Peck, Mont., unallotted agricultural lands 1191
           opening to surface entry coal lands of Fort Peck Reservation, Mont 986, 1192
                      Fort Berthold Reservation, N. Dak., surface homestead entry, coal lands                                   in 961
                      Lower Brule, S. Dak 1194
                      unallotted coal lands in school lands of former Fort Berthold                                  Reservation, N. Dak 975
           permitting perfecting of agricultural entries on coal lands, Fort Peck                       Reservation, Mont 970
           restoring to public domain lands reserved for Mission Indians in California no                       longer used 950
           setting aside Pipe Spring National Monument, Ariz 992
                      Wupatki National Monument, Ariz 998
           Standing Rock Reservation, N. Dak. and S. Dak., disposal of certain lands 956
           withdrawing part of Cleveland National Forest for use of Mission Indians 960
Public Domain,
           Executive orders relating to Indians on
1053
Public Lands,
           appropriation for opening Indian reservations; reimbursable
34, 42, 90, 140, 181, 229, 278, 324, 428, 487, 523, 911.
           Alaska: tracts in town sites occupied by native Indians or Eskimos, to be                       deeded to claimants, etc 551
           cancellation of certain homestead entries in Kiowa, etc., Reservation, Okla 191
                      of patents for allotments, under certain conditions, held in trust by                                  United States 932
                      cash sales of vacant lands in Lyman County, S. Dak., allowed 46
           discharged soldiers, etc., of World War given preference of entries before                       general opening of 1191
           disposition of reserved lands, abandoned Fort Assinniboine Military                       Reservation, Mont 95
           entrymen and purchasers of, in Fort Berthold Reservation, N. Dak., granted                       additional time for payment 416
           fee simple patents to certain Indians in Washington 137
           Fort Peck Reservation, Mont., agricultural entries on classified coal lands may                       be perfected 970
           free homesteads for certain actual settlers, etc 948
                      right to commute 948
                      payment to Indians 948
                      endowment of agricultural colleges 948
                      lands excluded 948
           granted, Flandreau, S. Dak 94
           homestead entries allowed, Chippewa Indian lands 948
                      Crow Reservation, Mont., undisposed lands 973
                      Amy E. Hall 281
                      Mary A. Herron 41
                      issue of, within irrigation projects 949
                      purchasers of ceded lands at designated price 106
                      settlers on lands reserved for Navajo Reservation, Ariz 92

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Public Lands—Continued.
           homestead entry confirmed, Charles M. Hickerson
85
           homestead rights allowed purchasers of ceded lands in certain cases 105
           homesteads erroneously allowed, validated on Kiowa, etc., Reservation, Okla 46
                      validated on ceded Red Lake Reservation, Minn 184
           homesteaders allowed further time for payments, etc., Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation,                       Okla., ceded lands 105
                                 Fort Peck Reservation, Mont 132, 233, 507
                      on ceded lands of Wind River Reservation, Wyo., not irrigated, may receive patent;                                  condition 91
           isolated tracts, Fort Hall Reservation, to be sold 549
           L'Anse and Vieux Reservation, Mich., relief, etc., of settlers, etc 512
           lieu homestead selection allowed Clarence Hazelbaker 193
                      Oliver P. Pring 193
           limitation on area of sales of undisposed of, in former Uintah Reservation, Utah, repealed 267
           national monument to be set aside in Riverside County, Calif 363
           opened to entry, abandoned Fort Assinniboine Military Reservation, Mont 40
                      certain lands on Colville Reservation, Wash 966
                      patent to Martha E. Brace 908
                                 Steve Grover 221
                                 Isaac Jack 463
                                 Robert A. Pickett 906
                                 Henry E. Thomas 283
           preference right of 10 years of entries on opened, to soldiers, etc., serving in World War 333
           reservations in Timber Lake and Dupree, S. Dak., town sites for public purposes 949
           restored to settlement, excluded from Alamo National Forest, N. Mex 964
                      Cleveland National Forest, Calif 960
                      Crook National Forest, Ariz 971
                      Manzano National Forest, Ariz. and N. Mex 985
                      Sitgreaves National Forest, Ariz 993
           sale of isolated tracts in former Fort Berthold Reservation, N. Dak., authorized 267
           second homesteads allowed entrymen if former made in ceded Indian reservation 479
           timber, dead and down, outside national forests, etc., to be sold at auction 905
           time extended for paying installments for, on ceded, Colville Reservation, Wash 145
                      for payments by homesteaders on abandoned Fort Assinniboine Military Reservation 283
                      abandoned Fort Berthold Reservation 3, 416
                      Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation, Okla., ceded lands 105
                      Cheyenne River Reservation, S. Dak., ceded lands 325, 336

                      Crow Reservation, Mont
989, 990, 991, 994, 996, 1000
                      diminished Colville Reservation, Wash 548
                      Fort Peck Reservation, Mont 559
                      Standing Rock Reservation, N. and S. Dak 324, 336
                      for relinquishing lands to Indians in Arizona, New Mexico, and California 52
           title of United States to certain, in Mississippi relinquished 38
           tract withdrawn in New Mexico for Navajo Indians 484
           unreserved, in Columbia Reservation, Wash., opened to entry 421
           validation of erroneous entries of ceded Chippewa lands, Minn 192
           withdrawal of, for Indian reservations, except by Act of Congress, prohibited 225
Public Printing and Binding,
           appropriation for Indian Office
138
Pueblo and Hopi Indians,
           appropriation for additional school facilities for
921
Pueblo Bonito Agency, N. Mex.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
261, 315, 350, 385, 502
Pueblo Bonito Reservation, Ariz. and N. Mex.,
           appropriation for developing water supply for Indians on; repayment
432
Pueblo Indian Land Grants, New Mexico,
           suit on behalf of Indians to be filed in district court to quiet title to lands within
454
           Pueblo Lands Board established; composition 454
                      investigation, determination, report, etc., by, of lands to which title of Indians has not                                   been extinguished 455
                      claims by adverse possession of non-Indians, excluded from report 455
                      unanimous decision required to determine extinguishment of Indian title 455
                      report on each Pueblo to be filed with court, etc 455
           suit to be filed, on filing each report, to quiet title to lands determined as not extinguished by 455
           board to report on land, etc., in possession of non-Indian claimants, not claimed for Indians 456
           investigation, etc., as to value of lands, etc., purchased and entered by non-Indians under                       Pueblo deeds, whose claims were not sustained 457
                      value of lands and improvements of non-Indian claimants with valid title, to be                                  ascertained 458
           survey, etc., of lands the title to which is determined 458
           intervention allowed any party claiming an interest 458
           field notes, etc., of lands granted Pueblo Indians, not claimed therefor in pending proceedings,                       etc., to be filed with surveyor general two years after reports made by board 458

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Pueblo Indian Land Grants, New Mexico—Continued.
           adverse claimants required to file notice of contest in proper land office
459
           patent to claimant if no contest instituted 459
           hearings of contests; benefits allowed; effect of patent 459
           procedure if two or more contests filed 459
           action if Spanish or Mexican grant, asserted by non-Indian party,                       superior to Indian claim 459
           no right, etc., to be acquired to extinguished Pueblo lands except as                       provided by Congress 460
Pueblo Indians of New Mexico,
           appropriation for special attorney for
20, 74, 119, 161, 209, 250, 306, 351, 386, 430, 489, 526, 914.
                      for council for 466
                      for drainage of lands of, in Rio Grande Valley; condition 305, 350, 386, 435
                      for irrigation, etc., for 209, 305, 528, 919
Pueblo Indians, New Mexico,
           appropriation for water supply
209, 250, 305, 351, 386, 432, 466, 491, 528, 916
                      for additional school facilities 534
           lands of, may be condemned for public use under State laws 545
           no judge allowed for 110
Pueblo Indians in New Mexico,
           Executive orders relating to
1029
Pueblo Lands Board,
           appropriation for expenses
932
           establishment, etc 454
Pupils (see also Schools),
           appropriation for support, etc., of
9, 55, 108, 149, 237, 294, 340, 375, 437, 467, 496, 534, 920.

                                 allowance for, in public schools
9, 55, 108, 149, 238, 340, 375, 437, 496, 534, 921.

                                 discontinuance of schools with minimum attendance
238, 294, 340, 375, 437, 496, 534, 921
                                 tuition in public, etc., schools 238, 921

                      for transporting, etc
10, 55, 109, 149, 238, 295, 340, 376, 437, 496, 534, 921

                                 obtaining employment; refund
10, 55, 109, 150, 238, 295, 341, 376, 437, 496, 534, 921.

                                 Alaska natives
10, 55, 109, 150, 238, 295, 341, 376, 437, 496, 534, 921
                                 no per capita restriction 10
           payment authorized for tuition of, in State public schools 1922, 1923 450
           per capita cost, increased 478
           per capita restrictions and provisions 150
Puyallup Agency, Wash.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
29, 83, 127, 173, 218, 258, 357, 392
                      for support, etc., from tribal funds of Indians at 262, 392, 502, 540, 927
Pyramid Lake Agency, Nev.,
           appropriation for support, etc., from tribal funds of Indians at
502, 540, 927
Pyramid Lake Reservation, Nev.,
           appropriation for extending irrigation systems on
73, 119, 160, 305, 350, 385, 435, 494
                      for maintenance, etc 532, 919
           sales to settlers on lands in, occupied, etc., by them 21 years or more 452
           survey, plat, and sale of lots in Wadsworth town site 453
                      reservation for public uses of Indians 453
                                 lots for county school 453
           former titles to lands in, confirmed 453
           time limit for sales, etc 453
Pyramid Lake Sanatorium, Nevada,
           appropriation for maintenance
500, 538, 925


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