INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

Vol. V, Laws     (Compiled from December 22, 1927 to June 29, 1938)

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1941.


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Cache Creek Indian Cemetery, Okla., sale of portion authorized 250
Caddo Tribe, Okla., certain provisions of Wheeler-Howard Act not applicable to 381
Cahuilla Reservation, Calif., purchase of land for addition to, authorized 239
           Appropriation for 260
Caldwell, Ashel E., land patent to 508
Caldwell, Wilford W., homestead patent issued to 68
California:
            Homeless Indians, appropriation for purchase of lands for
12, 95, 149, 207, 524
           Indian Ranch, lands set aside for use of Indians of 8
           Indians in, suit for compensation for lands taken from, authorized in Court of Claims by attorney general of State 49
                      Judgment to be placed to credit of Indians 50
                      Reimbursement to State for costs and expenses 50
                      Roll, preparation of 50, 143
                                 Appropriation for 122, 136, 149, 206, 247
                      Settlement notwithstanding lapse of time, etc 49
                      Time for filing claims 50
           Landless Indians, purchase of land for, funds continued available 21
           Railroad grant lands occupied by Indians, time extended for relinquishing 34
Calowahcan, Alexander, payment to 455
Camp McDowell Reservation, N. Mex., appropriation for irrigation and drainage 411
Campbell, William C., payment to 396
Canada, American Indians born in, exempted from certain provisions of Immigration Act of 1924 40
Cankumazwin, payment to 400
Cankutopewin, payment to 400
Cannon Ball School District, Sioux County, N. Dak., appropriation authorized for cooperation in school construction; attendance of Indian children 447
Canton, S. Dak., appropriation for equipment and maintenance of insane asylum for Indians 27, 110, 163, 222, 273, 319
Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Ariz.:
            Establishment authorized within Navajo Indian Reservation
229
                      Description amended 327, 639
                      Proclamation establishing 636
Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians, Calif., certain land set aside for benefit of 513
Capitan Grande Reservation, Calif., lands granted to San Diego for water supply purposes 281
Capote Band of Utahs in New Mexico, unratified treaty with, August 8, 1855 686
Carmignani, Camille, payment to 625
Carson Agency, Nev.:
            Appropriation for—
                      Construction and repair
540, 588
                      Support and administration 29, 111, 165, 224, 274, 321, 537, 586
Carson City, Nev., appropriation for support, etc., Indian pupils 23, 106, 159, 217, 269, 316, 351, 415, 488, 533, 581
Carson Hospital, Nev., appropriation for 27, 109, 162, 221, 272, 319, 354, 417, 490, 535, 584
Carson National Forest, N. Mex., lands withdrawn from, for protection of watershed of Indians of Taos Pueblo 669
Carter Seminary, Okla., appropriation for support, etc., of Indian pupils 218, 270, 317, 351, 415, 488, 533, 582
Cartwright-Hayden Acts 383, 468, 470, 594, 603
Cason, Oren (Mrs.), payment to 624
Cass Lake Hospital, Minn., appropriation for 535, 583
Catholic Indian Mission, Bureau of, land patent on Mescalero Indian Reservation, N. Mex., issued to 68
Cetanhote, payment to 400
Chamberlain, S. Dak., construction of tourist cabins on American Island by, authorized 543
Charles, Hatties, United States v., decision of court in case in regard to jurisdiction over Indians in New York, 763
Charles H. Burke Hospital, N. Mex., appropriation for maintenance, etc 109, 163, 221, 272, 319, 354, 417, 491, 535, 584
Charles H: Burke School, N. Mex., appropriation for support, etc 24, 106, 159, 217, 243, 269, 316, 351
Chemawa, Salem, Oreg., appropriation for support, etc., Indian pupils 25, 107, 160, 218, 270, 317, 352, 415, 489, 534, 582

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Cherokee, N.C., appropriation for support, etc., Indian pupils 24, 106, 159, 217, 269
Cherokee Agency, N.C.:
           Appropriation for—
                      Employees' cottages
205
                      Support and administration 321, 355, 419, 492, 537, 586
Cherokee Hospital, N.C., appropriation for maintenance, etc 109, 163, 221, 272, 319, 354, 417, 491, 535, 584
Cherokee Indian Reservation, N.C., exchange of lands, Great Smoky Mountains National Park 545
Cherokee Indians, N.C., citizenship status conferred 178
Cherokee Nation, Okla.:
            Appropriation for payment of judgment rendered against, on June 23, 1924 (from tribal funds)
1
           Boudinot, Frank J., compensation allowed for services in suits by 376
           Eastern and Western Indians, claims referred to Court of Claims 279
                      Boudinot, Frank J., compensation to be allowed to, if judgment in favor of 376
           New Echota, appropriation authorized for erection of marker upon site of 173
           One-hundredth anniversary of peace with, commemoration of 598
                      Appropriation for 635
           Wheeler-Howard Act, certain provisions not applicable to 381
Cherokee Orphan Training School, Okla., appropriation for construction of dining hall and equipment 21
Chester, W. James, payment to 628
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, Okla., appropriation for support and administration 29, 111, 126, 165, 224, 274
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Hospital, Okla., appropriation for 27, 109, 163, 221, 272, 319, 354, 417, 491, 535, 584
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation, Okla.
           Appropriation for—
                      Heating system, improvements
540
                      Office building 588
                      School improvements 105, 267
           Seger School Reserve, land eliminated from, and added to 567
Cheyenne Indian Project, S. Dak., transfer of certain lands from Secretary of Agriculture to Secretary of the Interior in connection with 654
Cheyenne Indians, Oklahoma, Montana and Wyoming, time extended for filing suits under Act of June 3, 1920 39
Cheyenne River Agency, S. Dak.:
            Appropriation for—
                       Schools and hospitals, construction and repair
540, 588
           Support and administration 29, 111, 165, 224, 274, 321, 355, 419, 492
Cheyenne River and Standing Rock Sanatorium, S. Dak., appropriation for construction 136
Cheyenne River Hospital, S. Dak.:
           Appropriation for—
                       Construction
109
                      Maintenance, etc 491, 536, 584
Cheyenne River Reservation, N. Dak. and S. Dak., further extension of time for payments due under entry, etc., on lands of former 39, 200
Cheyenne River Reservation, S. Dak.:
           Appropriation for—
                       Bridge construction across—
                                  Cherry Creek
167
                                 Moreau River 167
                      Industrial assistance 98, 409, 481
           Bridge across Cherry Creek, appropriation authorized for payment of portion of cost 91
           Bridge across Moreau River, appropriation authorized for payment of portion of cost 90
           Extension, by Executive Order, of trust period on certain allotments which will expire during 1931 681
                      During 1932 642
           Indian-owned and privately owned land and improvements, purchase, from tribal funds 524, 572
           Payment to certain members for losses arising from bank failure 458
Cheyenne River School, S. Pak., appropriation for repairs, etc 121
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of Indians, S. Dak., appropriation authorized for erection of marker to World War dead 143
           Appropriation for 226
Cheyenne Tribe, Okla., certain provisions of Wheeler-Howard Act not applicable to 381
Chickamauga, Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, and Missionary Ridge, commission created for commemoration of anniversary of battles of; and of one-hundreth anniversary of peace with Cherokee Indians 598
           Appropriation for 635
Chickasaw Nation, Okla.:
            Appropriation for—
                       Attorneys—
                                 Employed under act of June 7, 1924, payment of expenses
112

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Chickasaw Nation, Okla.—Continued.
           Appropriation for—Continued.
                      Attorneys—Continued.
                                  Representing, in pending cases before Court of Claims, expenses
588
                      Coal and asphalt lands, advertising and sale 12, 95, 149
                      Land surveys 573
                      Per capita payments 12, 112, 166
           Coal and asphalt lands and deposits—
                      Extension of existing leases authorized
55
                                 Sale, authorization for; conditions 55
                      Leasing authorized; payment of royalties; time limit 255
                                 Account books, etc., examination of 255
                                 Delinquent owners, application for extension 256
                                 Purchasers of coal or asphalt lands, monthly payments 256
                                 Records of operation, examination of 256
                      Sale of remainder authorized; conditions 178, 390
           Dormitory properties, sale of certain, authorized 519
           Mineral lands, provisions regarding leasing of, not applicable to coal and asphalt lands of 593
           Mineral rights, reservation of, in future land sales 552
           Oil and gas leases of remaining tribal land authorized 172
           School purposes, expenditure of funds for, authorized 22, 104, 157, 215, 267
           Tribal attorney and mining trustee, amount for expenses increased 294
           Wheeler-Howard Act, certain provisions not applicable to 381
Chickasaw Treaty or Certificate, of Oct. 24,1801 709
Chief Joseph Battle Ground of the Bear's Paw, withdrawal of lands, Montana, and designation as 52
Childers, Eloise, payment to, for rights to allotment 127
           Appropriation for 122
Chilocco, Okla.:
            Appropriation for—
                       Repair of fire damage at Indian school
331
                      Support, etc., of Indian pupils 24, 107, 160, 218, 269, 317, 351, 415, 488, 533, 581
Chilocco Agency, Okla., appropriation for construction and repair at 588
Chilocco Homesteads, Okla., transfer from Department of Agriculture to Department of the Interior 643
Chin Lee Hospital, Ariz., appropriation for maintenance, etc 108, 162, 221, 272, 319, 353, 417, 490, 535, 583
China Campaign Medal, issue authorized without expense to recipients; replacement 46
Chippewa Indian Cooperative Marketing Association, loan to, from tribal funds, authorized as capital fund; regulations 441
Chippewa Indian Territory, Minn., boundaries established 302
Chippewa Indians, Minnesota:
           Appropriation for—
                      Attorneys employed under contract approved Apr. 15, 1937, compensation and expenses
538, 586
                      Hospitals, support 27, 109, 163, 222, 273, 320, 354, 418, 491, 515
                      Nurses home (Cass Lake), construction 588
                      Per capita payments 35, 132, 199, 250, 298, 366
                      Saint Croix, fulfilling treaty obligations with 32, 115, 168, 227, 277, 323, 357, 541
                      School buildings, construction, etc 22, 104, 157, 216, 267, 315, 350, 414, 487, 531, 580
                      Support and administration 29, 121, 126, 165, 224, 275, 321, 355, 419, 493, 538, 586
                      Tuition expenses, from tribal funds 25, 107, 161, 293
           Certain lands no longer to be considered "Indian country," treaties modified 370
           Chippewa Indian Cooperative Marketing Association, loan to, from tribal funds authorized as capital fund; regulations 441
           Crookston, Minn., appropriation authorized for erection of monument commemorating signing of treaty, 1863 189
                      Appropriation for 244
           Extension, by Executive Order, of trust period on allotments of certain bands which expire during 1930 665
           Fond du Lac Band, extension, by Executive Order, of trust period on allotments which expire during 1931 665
           Funds to credit of, segregation of funds of Red Lake Band and those of other Chippewas; administration as separate funds 601
           Gilia, Constantin, payment to, from tribal funds 500

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Chippewa Indians, Minnesota—Con.
           Lake of the Woods, Warroad and Rainy Rivers, certain ceded lands bordering, subjected to flowage easement; transfer of sum for compensation
567
                      Certain Executive orders revoked 568
           Leech Lake Reservation, use of tribal funds for., construction of sanatorium 110
           Minnesota National Forest Reserve, lands withdrawn from, for use of; reimbursement from tribal funds 424
           Pillager Bands, claims referred to Court of Claims 235
           "Pine River Logging and Improvement Company and others against the United States" transfer of proceeds of judgment in case entitled, to Indians, erroneously deposited as public moneys 600
           Red Lake Band—
                       Attorneys, payment of, employed under existing law from funds on deposit to credit of
289
                      Claims of, referred to Court of Claims 622
                      Extension, by Executive Order, of trust period on allotments of 664
                      Per capita payments to, from tribal funds 285, 340, 436
                      Segregation of funds of, from those of other Chippewas; administration as separate fund 601
           Revocation of privileges of hunting, fishing and gathering wild rice on ceded lands; removal 663
           Suit before Court of Claims authorized by Act of May 14, 1926—
                      Determination whether payment to be made from trust funds of Red Lake Band if judgment in favor of
48
                      Expenses of attorneys in preparation of cases, payment of 41, 289, 377
                      Review by Supreme Court on appeal 497
                      Section 1 amended 376
           Swamp Land Act, reimbursement for lands set aside under treaty provisions and patented to State under provisions of 424
                      Appropriation for 479
           Unexpended balances of appropriations made for benefit of, made available for care of indigent, etc 494
           Village site, certain lands of, set aside for 53
           Wallin, Emanuel, payment to, from tribal funds 456
           Wild Rice Lake Indian Reserve, establishment; description 436
                      Additional wild rice reserves, establishment 437
                      Payment of cost from trust funds 437
                      Supervision and maintenance 437
                      Undisposed of lands, withdrawal from sale 437
Chippewa Indians, Mississippi, appropriation for support of schools 25, 108, 161, 219
Chippewa Indians, Wisconsin, claims of, referred to Court of Claims 448
Chiu Chui, Ariz., appropriation for pumping plants 15, 99, 152, 211, 263, 311, 348, 410, 482, 527, 576
Chiu Chui Reservation, Ariz., appropriation for irrigation and drainage 485
Choctaw Agency, Miss.:
            Appropriation for—
                       Construction and repair at
588
                      Employees' cottages 94
Choctaw and Chickasaw Sanatorium and General Hospital, Okla., appropriation for maintenance, etc 27, 109, 163, 221, 272, 319, 354, 417, 491, 535, 584, 612
Choctaw County, Okla., payment to school district for tuition of Indian pupils, fiscal year 1931 336
Choctaw Hospital, Miss., appropriation for 26, 109, 162, 221, 272, 319, 353, 417, 490, 535, 583
Choctaw Indians, Miss.:
            Appropriation for—
                       Day school
22
                      Purchase of lands for 12, 96, 149, 207
                      School improvements 105
Choctaw Nation, Okla.:
            Appropriation for—
                       Attorneys—
                                 Employed under Act of June 7, 1924, payment of expenses
112
                                 Representing, in pending cases before Court of Claims, expenses 588
                      Coal and asphalt lands, advertising and sale 12, 95, 149
                      Land surveys 573
                      Treaty obligations, fulfilling 31, 115, 167, 227, 276, 323, 357, 421, 494, 541, 590
                      Tuskahoma Council House, acquisition, etc 493, 587
           Coal and asphalt lands and deposits—
                       Extension of existing leases authorized
55
                      Sale, authorization for; conditions 55

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Choctaw Nation, Okla.—Con.
           Coal and asphalt lands and deposits—Continued.
                      Leasing authorized; payment of royalties; time limit
255
                                 Account books, etc., examination of 255
                                 Delinquent owners, application for extension 256
                                 Prior lessee, rights of 255
                                 Purchasers of coal or asphalt lands, monthly payments 256
                                 Records of operation, examination of 256
                                 Sale of remainder authorized; conditions 178, 390
           Mineral lands, provisions regarding leasing of, not applicable to coal and asphalt lands of 592
           Mineral rights, reservation of, in future land sales 552
           Mississippi Choctaws, claims for compensation for services to, in acquisition of citizenship referred to Court of Claims 402
           Oil and gas leases of remaining tribal land authorized 172
           Per capita payments authorized 29, 112, 166
           School purposes, expenditure of funds for, authorized 22, 104, 157, 215, 267, 315, 350, 414
           Tribal attorney and mining trustee, amount for expenses increased 294
           Wheeler-Howard Act, certain provisions not applicable to 381
Christensen, F.C., payment to 628
Christy, Frank, credits in accounts 625
Cibola National Forest, N. Mex., lands comprising Miller Division withdrawn as addition to Zuni Indian Reservation 436
Civil Service Employees, age and service requirements for retirement 173
           Optional retirement 174
Civil War Campaign Medal, issue authorized without expense to recipients; replacement 46
Claims. See Court of Claims.
Claims Cases, Indian, docket of, pending in Court of Claims December 1938 809
Claremore Hospital, Okla., appropriation for maintenance, etc 27, 109, 121 163, 221, 272, 319, 354, 417, 491, 536, 584
           Employees' quarters 540
Cleveland National Forest, Calif., lands in, granted to San Diego for water supply purposes 281
Click, John E., credit in accounts 455
Clinton Hospital, Okla., appropriation for maintenance, etc 272, 319, 354, 417, 491, 536, 584
Coachella Valley, Calif., appropriation for pumping plants 15, 99, 152, 211, 263, 311, 348, 410, 482, 527, 576
Cochiti Indians, N. Mex., surveys to determine if lands of, can be irrigated in cooperation with Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District 632
Cochiti Pueblo, N. Mex., appropriation for compensation for loss of land and water rights 292
Coeur d'Alene Agency, Idaho, appropriation for support and administration 28, 111, 126, 274
Coeur d'Alene Indians, Idaho, appropriation for fulfilling treaty obligations with 28, 110, 164, 223
Colorado River Agency, Ariz., appropriation for support and administration 28, 111, 164, 223, 274, 321, 355, 418
Colorado River Hospital, Ariz.:
           Appropriation for—
                       Construction
109
                      Maintenance, etc 136, 162, 221, 272, 319, 353, 417, 490, 535, 583
Colorado River Indians, Ariz., appropriation for industrial assistance 98
Colorado River Reservation, Ariz.:
           Appropriation for—
                       Construction and repair
540, 588
                      Irrigation system, etc., improvement, operation and maintenance 17, 100, 153, 212, 247, 264, 312, 348, 411, 483, 515, 528, 530, 577, 579
           General support, etc., use of tribal funds for, authorized 288
Colorow, Jimmie, revocation of withdrawal of certain lands containing oil shale, Utah, in order that trust patent can be issued to 682
Colville Agency, Wash., appropriation for support and administration 29, 111, 126 165, 224, 274, 321
Colville Indians, Wash.:
            Appropriation for industrial assistance
98, 481
           Okanogan County, payment authorized of local taxes on allotted lands of 42
                      Appropriation for 59
Colville Reservation, Wash.:
           Appropriation for—
                       Construction and repair
588
                      Irrigation and drainage 15, 99, 152, 211, 263, 311, 348, 411, 483, 527, 530, 576
                      Water supply, improvement 540
           Ceded lands on, installment payments for 287
           Extension, by Executive Order, of trust period on certain allotments which will expire during 1935 684

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Comanche Agency, Okla., appropriation for support and administration 29, 111, 165, 224
Comanche Nation, Okla.:
           Appropriation for—
                       Attorneys' fees, payment of
2
                      Homesteads, maintenance, etc 12
                      Industrial assistance 310
                      Parker, Quannah, erection of monument to 31
                      Red River, south half, payment to, from royalties 13, 97, 123, 150, 208, 241, 260, 308, 346
           Cemetery reserve, sale of portion authorized 249
                      Management of tribal cemetery 250
                      Sale of additional portion authorized 250
           Expenses of formulating claims against United States, payment from tribal funds authorized 376
           Wheeler-Howard Act, certain provisions not applicable to 381
Competency Certificates, issuance of 7
Condie, Fern, J., payment to 628
Confederated Bands of Utes:
           Appropriation for—
                       Distribution, from tribal funds
30, 113, 166, 226, 275, 322
                      General counsel, pay 475
                      Treaty obligations, fulfilling 28, 110, 164, 223
           Montezuma National Forest, Colo., lands added to; amount to be credited to 54
           Payment for certain land authorized; attorneys', etc., fees 466
                      Appropriation for 523, 572
           Uintah and Duchesne County school districts, aid to, from tribal funds 26, 108, 162, 216
Congress, certain reports to, concerning Indian affairs, discontinued 65
Conko Eneas Michel, payment to 455
Conko, Sophie, payment to 455
Consolidated Chippewa Agency, Minn., appropriation for support and administration 28, 111, 164, 355, 419
Consolidated Chippewa Indians, Mont., appropriation for industrial assistance 98
Consolidated Ute Agency, Colo.:
           Appropriation for—
                       Support and administration
28, 111, 126, 164, 223, 274, 321, 355, 418
                      Water system and employees' cottages 59
Consolidated Ute Agency, Utah, appropriation for electric system 94
Consolidated Ute Reservation, Colo.:
           Appropriation for—
                      Construction and repair
540, 588
                      Water supply, development 15, 99, 152
Contracts, between Indian tribes and attorneys, term of 500
Coolidge Dam, Ariz.:
            Appropriation for—                      Construction
3, 120, 241
                      Power plant 59, 120, 135, 242
           Contracts for development of electrical power authorized 16
           Surplus power, sale authorized 17
Coos Bay Tribe of Indians, Oreg., claims referred to Court of Claims 82, 285
Cooyate, Ransome, payment to, for personal injuries 401
Cordova, Frank, payment to 505
Cordova, Jose Ramon, payment to, for personal injuries 398
Cornish, Melven, payment to, for services, from Chickasaw Nation funds 539
Corporations. See Indian Chartered Corporations.  
Corson County Project, S. Dak., transfer of certain lands from Secretary of Agriculture to Secretary of the Interior in connection with 651
Cotter, Ethel, payment to 624
Court, Ignatius, payment of fees to, authorized 179, 457
           Appropriation for 182, 241
Court, Simon, payment to 457
Couch, Ira L., conveyance to, validated 510
Court Decisions on Indian Tribal Rights and Property:
           Creek Nation v. United States
711
           Indians of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in the State of North Dakota v. United States 747
           Shoshone Tribe of Indians of the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming v. United States 714, 721, 744
           United States v. Hattie Charles 763
           United States v. Mrs. P.L. Garrow 772
Court of Claims:
           Appropriation for—
                      Suits against United States in, defending
5, 75, 142, 233, 291, 325, 362, 405, 468
                      Judgments rendered by, payment 440, 613
           Assiniboine Indians, jurisdiction defined in claims brought under Act of Mar. 2, 1927 174
           Blackfeet Indian Reservation, Mont., per capita distribution of judgment under Act of Mar. 13, 1924 to Indians of 472
           Boudinot, Frank J., compensation to be allowed to, in event of judgment in favor of Cherokee Indians in suits under Acts of Mar. 19, 1924 and Apr. 25, 1932 376

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Court of Claims—Continued.
           California, suit for compensation for lands taken from Indians in, authorized by attorney general of State
49
                      Judgment to be placed to credit of Indians 50
                      Reimbursement to State for costs and expenses 50
                      Roll, preparation of 50, 143
                                 Appropriation for 122, 136, 149, 206, 247
                      Settlement notwithstanding lapse of time, etc 49
                      Time for filing claims 50
            Chippewa Indians, Minn.—
                       Suit before, under Act of May 14, 1926—
                                  Amendment to pleadings permitted
466
                                 Determination whether to be made from trust funds of Red Lake Band if judgment in favor of 48
                      Expenses of attorneys in preparation of cases, payment of 41, 289, 377
                                 Review by Supreme Court on appeal 497
                                 Section 1 amended 376
           Claim cases, Indian, list of, decided by, embraced in Court of Claims Reports, Volumes 1 to 90 811
           Claims cases, Indian, docket of, pending December 1938 809
           Claims cases, Indian, referred to (complete list of all). See also pp. 811-813.
                      Alcea, Tilamook, et al., act of August 26, 1935
443
                      Algoma Lumber Co. (Klamath), act of June 25, 1910. Vol. 3, 478.
                      Amos, Jack, et al., acts of:
                                 April 26, 1906.
Vol. 3, 169.
                                 May 29, 1908. Vol. 3, 356.
                      Arapahoe, Cheyenne, acts of:
                                 June 3, 1920.
Vol. 4, 270.
                                 June 24, 1926. Vol. 4, 561.
                      Assiniboine, acts of:
                                 March 2, 1927.
Vol. 4, 934.
                                 March 29, 1928 39
                                 June 9, 1930 174
                      Bailey, Alonzo A., act of June 21, 1906. Vol. 3, 234.
                      Belt, R. V., act of March 29, 1908. Vol. 3, 363.
                      Blackfeather, Johnson, et al., acts of:
                                 October 1, 1890.
Vol. 1, 372.
                                 July 6, 1892. Vol. 1, 446.
                      Blackfeet, Blood, Piegan, Gros Ventres, acts of:
                                  March 13, 1924:
Vol. 4, 402.
                                 June 20, 1936 472
Court of Claims—Continued.
           Claims cases, Indian, referred to—Continued.
                      Boudinot, Elias C., act of June 4, 1880. 21 Stat. 544.
 
                      Butler and Vale, act of June 21, 1906. Vol. 3, 246.
                      Caddoes, act of June 4, 1924. Vol. 4, 421.
                      California, acts of:
                                 May 18,1928
49
                                 April 29, 1930 143
                      Cayuga, act of January 28, 1893. Vol. 1, 460.
                      Cherokee Freedmen, act of October 1, 1890. Vol. 1, 372.
                      Cherokee Nation, acts of:
                                 July 6, 1892.
Vol. 1, 446.
                                 March 1, 1901. Vol. 1, 728.
                                 July 1, 1902. Vol. 1, 797.
                                 March 3, 1919.
                                 March 19, 1924. Vol. 4, 403.
                                 April 25, 1932 279, 376
                      Cherokee Nation, West, acts of:
                                 March 3, 1883. 22 Stat. 485.
 
                                 February 25, 1889. Vol. 1, 316.
                                 October 1, 1890. Vol. 1, 372.
                      Cherokee, Creek, Seminole, Choctaw, Chickasaw, acts of:
                                 May 19, 1926.
Vol. 4, 550.
                                 February 19, 1929 78
                                 August 16, 1937 545
                      Cherokees, claiming rights, acts of:
                                 April 21, 1904.
Vol. 3, 35.
                                 March 3, 1905. Vol. 3, 147.
                      Chickasaw, acts of:
                                 March 3, 1883. 22 Stat. 485.
                                  (See 19 Ct. Cls. 133.)
 
                                 June 6, 1900. Vol. 1, 712.
                                 April 26, 1906. Vol. 3, 169.
                                 July 1, 1902. Vol. 1, 779.
                                 June 7, 1924. Vol. 4, 450.
                                 May 19, 1926, Vol. 4, 550.
                                 February 19, 1929 78
                                 August 16, 1937 545
                      Chickasaw (Freedmen), act of March 2, 1895. Vol. 1, 564.
                      Chippewa (Fond du Lac), act of June 7, 1897. Vol. 1, 622.
                      Chippewa (Mille Lac), act of January 14, 1889. Vol. 1, 301.
                      Chippewa, Minnesota, acts of:
                                 April 28, 1904.
Vol. 3, 98.
                                 May 14, 1926. Vol. 4, 546.
                                 April 11, 1928 41, 289
                                 May 18, 1928 48
                                 June 18, 1934 376
                      Chippewa (Pillager), act of March 3, 1931 235
                      Chippewa (Red Lake), act of June 28, 1938 622

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Court of Claims—Continued.
           Claims cases, Indian, referred to—Con.
                      Chippewa, Saginaw, et al., Michigan, acts of:
                                 March 3, 1905.
Vol. 3, 158.
                                 June 25, 1910. Vol. 3, 474.
                                 May 24, 1924. Vol. 4, 415.
                      Chippewa of Wisconsin, acts of:
                                 August 30, 1935
448
                                 September 3, 1935 450
                                 May 15, 1936 466
                                 June 22, 1936 497
                      Choctaw, acts of:
                                 March 3, 1881.
Vol. 1, 193.
                                 March 2, 1895. Vol. 1, 564.
                                 March 2, 1905. Vol. 3, 127.
                                 June 21, 1906. Vol. 3, 212.
                                 May 29, 1908. Vol. 3, 358.
                                 June 7, 1924. Vol. 4, 450.
                                 May 19, 1926. Vol. 4, 550.
                                 February 26, 1929 78
                                 August 16, 1937 545
                      Choctaw (Garland), act of March 29, 1908. Vol. 3, 358.
                      Choctaw (McMurray, et al.), acts of:
                                 May 25, 1918.
Vol. 4, 169.
                                 June 19, 1919. Vol. 4, 230.
                      Choctaw (S. W. Peel), act of February 18, 1907. Vol. 3, 15.
                      Choctaw-Chickasaw, acts of:
                                 February 19, 1929
78
                                 August 16, 1937 545
                      Choctaw-Chickasaw v. U. S. Resolution passed February 26, 1931. (See 88 Ct. Cls. 271.)
                      Choctaw-Chickasaw (R. V. Belt), act of March 29, 1908. Vol. 3, 363.
                      Choteau, act of March 3, 1883 (Bowman Act), 22 Stat. 488. (See 20 Ct. Cls. 250.)
                      Citizen Indians of Weas, act of March 2, 1889. Vol. 1, 346.
                      Coos Bay, Umpqua, Siuslaw, acts of:
                                 February 23, 1929
82
                                 June 14, 1932 285
                                 August 26, 1935 443
                      Creek, acts of:
                                 May 24, 1924.
Vol. 4, 416.
                                 May 19, 1926. Vol. 4, 450.
                      S. Res. 204, January 26, 1931. (74 Ct. Cls. 663.)
                                 February 19,1929 78
                                 August 16,1937 545
                      Creek, (C.W. Turner), act of May 29, 1908. Vol. 3, 370.
                      Creek (E.J. Van Court), acts of:
                                 May 29, 1928
64
                                 February 16, 1931 224
Court of Claims—Continued.
           Claims cases, Indian, referred to—Con.
                      Crow, acts of:
                                 July 3, 1926.
Vol. 4, 900.
                                 August 15, 1935 442
                      Delaware, acts of:
                                 July 6, 1892.
Vol. 1, 446.
                                 March 3, 1905. Vol. 3, 147.
                                 February 7, 1925. Vol. 4, 474.
                                 March 3, 1927. Vol. 4, 939.
                                 June 4, 1936 489
                      Delaware & Shawnee, act of March 3, 1887 (Tucker Act), 24 Stat. 507. (See 47 Ct. Cls., 331.)
                      Duwamish, et al., act of February 12, 1925. Vol. 4, 447.
                      Eastern Band of Cherokee, acts of:
                                 March 3, 1883.
Vol. 1, 216.
                                 July 1, 1902. Vol. 1, 787.
                                 April 25, 1932 279
                      Five Civilized Tribes, acts of:
                                 May 19, 1926.
Vol. 4, 550.
                                 February 19, 1929 78
                                 August 16, 1937 545
                      Flandreau-Santee Sioux, act of June 3, 1920. Vol. 4, 270.
                      Flathead, et al., Montana, act of March 13, 1924. Vol. 4, 402.
                      Fond du Lac Band, Chippewa, June 7, 1897. Vol. 1, 622.
                      Fort Belknap (Gros Ventres), act of June 20, 1936 472
                      Fort Berthold, acts of:
                                 February 11, 1920.
Vol. 4, 234.
                                 March 2, 1931 234
                      Garland, Heirs of, act of May 29, 1908. Vol. 3, 358.
                      Gros Ventres (Fort Belknap), act of June 20, 1936 472
                      Indians of California, acts of:
                                 May 18, 1928
49
                                 April 29, 1930 143
                      Intermarried Whites (Cherokee), act of April 21, 1904. Vol. 3, 35.
                      Iowa, acts of:
                                 April 28, 1920.
Vol. 4, 266.
                                 January 11, 1929 73
                                 April 29, 1930 143
                      Joseph's Band, Nez Perce, act of March 13, 1924. Vol. 4, 402.
                      Kansas, Kaw, acts of:
                                 July 1, 1902.
Vol. 1, 770.
                                 March 3, 1925. Vol. 4, 485.
                                 February 23, 1929 83
                      Klamath, Modoc, acts of:
                                 May 26, 1920.
Vol. 4, 268.
                                 February 14, 1931 198
                                 May 15, 1936 467
                      McCalib, C.A., Admr., act of June 28,1934 402

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Court of Claims—Continued.
           Claims cases, Indian, referred to—Con.
                      Medawakanton, Wahpakoota (Santee Sioux), act of March 4, 1917.
Vol. 4, 133.
                      Menominee, acts of:
                                  September 3, 1935
450
                                 April 8, 1938 565
                      Menominee (F.F. Green et al.), act of March 29, 1908. Vol. 3, 356.
                      Middle Oregon-Warm Springs, acts of:
                                  December 23, 1930
188
                                 August 26, 1935 443
                      Mille Lac Band (Chippewa), act of February 15, 1909. Vol. 3, 384.
                      Mississippi Choctaw (Winton) acts of:
                                 April 26, 1906.
Vol. 3, 169.
                                 May 29, 1908. Vol. 3, 358.
Montana, Idaho, Washington, acts of:
                                 March 13, 1924.
Vol. 4, 402.
                                 February 3, 1931 190
                      Muskelshoot, et al., act of February 12, 1925. Vol. 4, 477.
                      Muskrat, David, et al., act of March 1, 1907. Vol. 3, 378.
                      New York Indians, act of January 28, 1893. Vol. 1, 460.
                      Nez Perce, acts of:
                                  March 13, 1924.
Vol. 4, 402.
                                 February 20,1929 79
                                 February 3, 1931 388
                                 June 26, 1934 388
                      Northwestern Shoshone, act of February 28,1929 85
                      Okanogan, et al. Vetoed bill, S. 3185. (See 66 Ct. Cls., 26.)
                      Old Settlers (Western Cherokee), acts of:
                                 February 25, 1889.
Vol. 1, 316.
                                 April 25, 1932 279
                      Omaha, act of June 22, 1910. Vol. 3, 470.
                      Oneida, (Bowman Act), March 3, 1883. 22 Stat. 488.  
                      Onondaga, act of January 28, 1893. Vol. 1, 460.
                      Oregon (Middle) Indians, acts of:
                                  December 23, 1930
188
                                 August 26, 1935 443
                      Osage (Civilization Fund), act of February 6, 1921. Vol. 4, 284.
                      Osage (Vann-Adair), act of June 21, 1906. Vol. 3, 233.
                      Otoe, Missouria, act of June 22, 1910. Vol. 3, 470.
                      Ottawa-Chippewa (Michigan), act of March 3, 1905. Vol. 3, 158.
                      Pam-To-Pee, Phineas, et al., act of March 19, 1890. Vol. 1, 348.
Court of Claims—Continued.
           Claims cases, Indian, referred to—Con.
                      Pawnee. Senate resolution referring S. 10830.
(See 56 Ct. Cls., 1.)
                      Peel, S.W., act of February 18, 1907. Vol. 3, 15.
                      Pike, Luther H., heirs, act of March 2, 1895. Vol. 1, 565.
                      Pillager (Chippewa), act of March 3, 1931 235
                      Pitchlynn, Estate Peter C., act of March 12, 1928 67
                      Pitchlynn, Sophia, act of June 21, 1906. Vol. 3, 212.
                      Ponca, act of January 9, 1925. Vol. 4, 471.
                      Pottawatomie (Oklahoma), act of July 12, 1926. Vol. 4, 899.
                      Pottawatomie (Prairie Band), acts of:
                                 March 19, 1890.
Vol. 1, 348.
                                 March 3, 1891. Vol. 1, 414.
                      Quinault, act of February 3, 1931 190
                      Red Lake Bands (Chippewa), act of June 28, 1938 622
                      Rogers, Sue M., Executrix, act of June 21, 1906. Vol. 3, 233.
                      Sac and Fox, act of March 1, 1907. Vol. 3, 304.
                      Santee Sioux, act of March 4, 1917. Vol. 4, 133.
                      Seminole, acts of:
                                  May 20, 1924.
Vol. 4, 414.
                                 May 19, 1926. Vol. 4, 550.
                                 February 19, 1929 78
                                 August 16, 1937 545
                      Senecas, act of January 28, 1893. Vol. 1, 460.
                      Shawnee, acts of:
                                 October 1, 1890.
Vol. 1, 372.
                                 July 6, 1892. Vol. 1, 446.
                      Shawnee-Delaware, act of March 3, 1887. 24 Stat. 507. (See 47 Ct. Cls., 321.)
                      Shawnee-Delaware (Freedmen), act of April 21, 1904. Vol. 3, 54.
                      Shoshone (Northwest), act of February 28, 1929 85
                      Shoshone (Wyoming), act of March 3, 1927. Vol. 4, 937.
                      Siletz, etc. (Oregon), act of August 26, 1935 443
                      Sioux, act of June 3, 1927. Vol. 4, 270.
                      Sisseton-Wahpeton Bands, acts of:
                                 March 3, 1901.
Vol. 1, 742.
                                 June 21, 1906. Vol. 3, 239.
                                 April 11, 1916. Vol. 4, 51.
                                 June 21, 1930 179
                      Stockbridge, act of June 7, 1924. Vol. 4, 461.

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Court of Claims—Continued.
           Claims cases, Indian, referred to—Con.
                      Sypher, J. Hale, act of April 21, 1904.
Vol. 3, 54.
                      Tilamook, Alcea (Oregon), act of:
                                 August 26, 1935
443
                      Tippett, McCalib, et al, act of June 28, 1934 402
                      Tlingit-Haida, Alaska, act of June 19, 1935 433
                      Turner, C.W., act of May 29, 1908. Vol. 3, 370.
                      Tuscarora, act of January 28, 1893. Vol. 1, 460.
                      Uintah, act of June 28, 1938 619
                      United States-Choctaw, act of March 2, 1905. Vol. 3, 127.
                      Ute, acts of:
                                 March 3, 1909.
Vol. 3, 396.
                                 June 28, 1938 619
                      Vann-Adair (Osage), act of June 21, 1906. Vol. 3, 233.
                      Warm Springs-Middle Oregon, acts of:
                                 December 23, 1930
188
                                 August 26, 1935 443
                      Wea and Kaskatia, act of March 2, 1889. Vol. 1, 346.
                      Western Cherokee, act of February 25, 1889. Vol. 1, 316.
                      White Earth, Chippewa Rolls, Sec. 148, J.C., see 50 Ct. Cls., 19.
                      Whitmire, Moses, Trustee, act of October 1, 1890. Vol. 1, 372.
                      Wichita, and Affiliated, acts of:
                                 March 2, 1895.
Vol. 1, 564.
                                 June 4, 1924. Vol. 4, 421.
                                 April 21, 1932 254
                      Winnebago, act of December 17, 1928 72
                      Winton, Charles F., et al, acts of:
                                  April 26, 1906.
Vol. 3, 169.
                                 May 29, 1908. Vol. 3, 358.
                      Yahooskin-Snake, act of May 26, 1920. Vol. 4, 268.
                      Yankton Sioux, acts of:
                                 April 4, 1910.
Vol. 3, 444.
                                 January 9, 1925. Vol. 4, 471.
                      Crow Tribe of Indians, Mont., claims of, review by Supreme Court on appeal from 442
                      Delaware Indians, Okla., limitation on attorney's fees, suit authorized by Act of Feb. 7, 1925 469
                      Docket of Indian claims cases pending in, December 1938 809
                      Five Civilized Tribes—
                                 Amendment of petitions to conform to evidence, etc., in suits filed under Jurisdictional Acts
545
                                 Time extended for filing suits 78
Court of Claims—Continued.
                      Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, Mont., per capita distribution of judgment in favor of Gros Ventre Indians under Act of Mar. 13, 1924
472
                                 Preparation of roll 473
                      Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, N. Dak., pro rata distribution of sums arising from judgment rendered in Docket No. B 449, Court of Claims; deduction of fees and expenses 234
                      Indian claim cases, list of, decided by, embraced in Court of Claims Reports, Volumes 1 to 90 811
                      Indian claims cases pending in, December 1938, docket of 809
                      Iowa Tribe of Indians, Okla.—
                                 Pro rata payment of judgment rendered in favor of
143
                                 Time extended for filing claims under Act of Apr. 28, 1920 73
                      Klamath Indian Reservation, Oreg., use of tribal funds for payment of expenses incident to prosecution of claims before 198
                      Klamath Tribe of Indians, reinstatement of suit authorized by Act of May 26, 1920 467
                      Modoc Tribe of Indians, reinstatement of suit authorized by Act of May 26, 1920 467
                      Pending or future suits before; offsets against amounts found due of sums expended gratuitously for benefit of tribe or band 439
                      Pitchlynn, Peter P., judgment in favor of, directed 67
                      Wichita Indians, Okla., claims referred to, under Act of June 4, 1924; determination of attorneys' fees 254
                      Yahooskin Band of Snake Indians, reinstatement of suit authorized by Act of May 26, 1920 467
                      Yankton Sioux Tribe of Indians, S. Dak., use of portion of amount of judgment rendered in favor of, for expenses in connection with pipestone claim 144
Covelo, Calif., appropriation authorized for cooperation in school construction; attendance of Indian children 428
           Appropriation for 439
Cowe, Effa, payment to, for rights to allotment 128
           Appropriation for 122
Crawford, Wade, appointment as superintendent, Klamath Agency, Oreg., authorized without compliance with Civil Service rules 679

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Creek Nation, Okla.:
            Attorneys employed under Act of May 24, 1924, payment of fees and expenses authorized
64, 225, 538
           Per capita distribution of judgment rendered by Court of Claims to members on roll made as of Dec. 4,1933 385
           School purposes, expenditure of funds for, authorized 22
           Wheeler-Howard Act, certain provisions not applicable to 381
Creek Nation v. United States, decision of Supreme Court of the United States in case entitled 711
Criminal Code; Amendment, Indians committing offenses against person or property of another Indian, list of crimes; penalties 288
           Prosecutions in South Dakota 288
Crookston, Minn., appropriation authorized for erection of monument commemorating signing of treaty with Chippewa Indians 189
           Appropriation for 244
Crossbear, Jacob, pension granted to 130
Crow Agency Hospital, Mont., appropriation for maintenance, etc 109, 162, 221, 272, 319, 354, 417, 490, 535, 583
Crow Creek Agency, S. Dak., extension, by Executive Order, of trust period on certain allotments which will expire during 1935 682
Crow Creek-Brule Project, S. Dak., transfer of certain lands from Secretary of Agriculture to Secretary of the Interior in connection with 654
Crow Creek Hospital, S. Dak., appropriation for 27, 109, 163, 221, 272, 319, 354, 417, 491, 536, 584
Crow Creek Reservation, S. Dak., extension, by Executive Order, of trust period covering allotments which will expire during 1932 642
Crow Indians, Mont.:
            Adopted heirs of deceased members, recognition of
236
           Claims of, under Act of July 3, 1926, review by Supreme Court on appeal from Court of Claims 442
           Classification of, changes in, authorized 236
           Custer Battle Field National Cemetery, appropriation authorized for payment for lands taken for; payments to individual allottees 140
                      Appropriation for 182
           Per capita payments, from tribal funds 472
Crow Indians, Mont.—Continued.
           Revolving fund created by Act of June 4, 1924, time extended for repayment
422
           Sampson, E.C., payment to, from tribal funds, for services rendered to 399
           Treaty obligations, appropriation for fulfilling 28, 110, 164, 223
           Tribal council—
                      Funds made available for expenses of meetings and expenses of delegates to Washington, D.C
91
                                 Appropriation for 165
                      Use of funds to credit of, for payment of expenses 289
           Unratified treaty with, July 16, 1866 699
Crow Reservation, Mont.:
           Appropriation for—
                      Irrigation project, reclaiming seeped areas
292
                      Irrigation systems, maintenance and operation 19, 102, 155, 213, 269, 265, 313, 349, 412, 474, 484, 529, 530, 577, 579
                      Water system, improvement 540
           Certain land eliminated from 557
                      Indian liquor laws not affected 557
           Children on, allotment of lands to 43
           Extension, by Executive Order, of trust period on certain allotments which will expire during—
                      1930
666
                      1932 642
                      1935 666
           Isolated tracts on former, sale authorized 98
           Mineral lands, provisions regarding leasing of, not applicable to lands of 592
           Road construction on, between Hardin and St. Xavier, appropriation authorized 42
                      Appropriation for 61
Cuban Occupation Medal, issue authorized without expense to recipients; replacement 46
Cuban Pacification Medal, issue authorized without expense to recipients; replacement 46
Cullooyah, Louise, payment to heirs of 455
Cully, Thomas W., payment to 628
Custer Battle Field National Cemetery, appropriation authorized for payment for lands taken for; payments to individual allottees 140
           Appropriation for 182

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Cutmeat Project, S. Dak., transfer of certain lands from Secretary of Agriculture to Secretary of the Interior in connection with 653


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