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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Paints Brown, Joseph,
           pension granted to
130
Paiute Agency, Ariz.,
           appropriation for support and administration
111, 164, 223, 274, 321
Paiute Indians, Nev.:
           Lands set aside for, at Summit Lake
6
           Newlands reclamation project, appropriation for payment of charges against                       lands within 19, 102, 155, 213, 265, 313, 349, 412, 484, 529, 578
Paiute Reservation, Nev.:
           Newlands irrigation project, payment authorized for benefits to lands within
180
                      Appropriation for 293
           Truckee-Carson irrigation district, appropriation for payment to, for irrigation,                       etc., charges on lands of 2
Paiute Reservation, Utah,
           appropriation for school improvements
158
Pala and Rincon Reservations, Calif.,
           appropriation for irrigation and drainage
15, 99, 152, 211, 263, 311, 348, 410, 482, 527, 576
Pala Band of Mission Indians, Calif.,
           trust period on lands extended
460
Palm Springs Indian Reservation, Calif.,
           lease, etc., of lands for public airport authorized
553
Pan, George,
           payment to
457
Pan, Lucy,
           payment to
457
Pan, Sarah,
           payment to
457
Pan, Thomas,
           payment to
457
Papago Indian Villages, Ariz.,
           appropriation for development, water supply
15
Papago Reservation, Ariz.:
           Appropriation for—
                      Fence construction on Mexican boundary
210
                      Irrigation and drainage 485
                      Purchase of land for addition to 12
                      Road improvements within 3

                      Water supply, development
10, 99, 152, 210, 263, 311, 348, 410, 482, 527, 575
           Area enlarged 517
           Executive Order withdrawing lands of, from mineral entry revoked 379, 553
                      Payment of damages for loss of improvements; payment of additional                                  rental 379, 553
           Fence along eastern boundary, construction authorized 51
                      Appropriation for 59
           Lands on public domain reserved as addition to; conditions 230
                      Acquisition of privately owned land within area, appropriation authorized                                  for 231
                                 Appropriation for 241
           Mineral lands, provisions regarding leasing of, not applicable to lands of 592
Parker, Ambrose,
           payment to, for value of allotment, authorized
67
                      Appropriation for 58
Parker, Charles W.,
           payment to, for value of allotment, authorized
67
                      Appropriation for 59
Parker, Darlene,
           payment to, for value of allotment, authorized
67
                      Appropriation for 58
Parker, Elizabeth,
           payment to, for value of allotment, authorized
67
                      Appropriation for 58
Parker, Quannah,
           appropriation for erection of monument to
31
Parker I-See-O Post Numbered 12, All American Indian Legion, Lawton, Okla., land
           patent to, for erection of post building
74
Parks, Elsa,
           payment to
626
Parks, Jessie,
           payment to
626
Parks, Wilson H.,
           payment to
626
Pawnee Agency, Okla.,
           appropriation for improvements to sewer system
548
Pawnee and Ponca Hospital, Okla.,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc
109, 126, 163, 221, 272, 319, 354, 417, 491, 536, 584
Pawnee and Sioux Indian Tribes,
           appropriation authorized for erection of monument on site of battle between, in                       1873, in Hitchcock County, Nebr
63
                      Appropriation for 114
Pawnee Indians, Okla.:
           Appropriation for fulfilling treaty obligations with
28, 110, 164, 223, 274, 320, 355, 421, 494, 541, 590
           Extension, by Executive Order, of trust period on certain allotments which will                       expire during 1928 676
           Wheeler-Howard Act, certain provisions not applicable to 381
Pawnee Reservation, Okla.,
           appropriation for school improvements
216, 268
Pechanga Indian Reservation, Calif.,
           lands added to
230
Pecos Pueblo, N. Mex.,
           consolidation with Jemez Pueblo
471
Pennington County Poor Farm, S. Dak.,
           exchange of part, for portion of land of Rapid City Indian School
284
Pensions, granted to—
           Bear Weasel, Leo
129
           Brennan, John 129
           Brownman, Mary 130
           Crossbear, Jacob 130
           Goodelk, Martina 130

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Pensions, granted to—Continued.
           Grayeagle, Gabriel
129
           Little Soldier, Eugene 129
           Loneman, Mary 130
           Looking Elk, Oliver 130
           Onefeather, Antoine 130
           Ojinca, Daniel 129
           Paints Brown, Joseph 130
           Red Tomahawk, Marcellus 129
           Redbear, William 129
           Shootswalking, Walcott 130
           Stoneman, Thomas 129
           Swifthawk, Hugh 129
           Whitebird, Joseph 130

Per Capita Payments,
           appropriation for payment of
31, 114, 167, 226, 276, 323, 357, 420, 494, 541, 590
Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act, 1934 388
Peterson, Carl
           payment to estate of
398
Philippine Campaign Medal,
           issue authorized without expense to recipients; replacement
46
Philippine Congressional Medal,
           issue authorized without expense to recipients; replacement
46

Phoenix, Ariz.,
           appropriation for support, etc., boarding school
23, 105, 158, 216, 268, 316, 351, 414, 488, 533, 581
Phoenix Hospital, Ariz.,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc
109, 162, 221, 272, 319, 353, 417, 490, 535, 583

Phoenix Sanatorium, Ariz.,
           appropriation for
26, 108, 162, 221, 272, 319, 353, 417, 490, 535, 583
Phoenix School, Ariz.,
           appropriation for improvements
589
Picuris Pueblo, N. Mex.:
           Appropriation for—
                      Compensation for loss of lands and water rights
119
                      Purchase of farm equipment 292
Pierre, Peter,
           payment to
397
Pierre, Pierre,
           payment to
455

Pierre, S. Dak.:
           Appropriation for support, etc., of Indian pupils
25, 107, 160, 219, 270, 317, 352, 416, 489, 534, 582
           Construction, etc,, of amusement and recreational facilities on Farm Island                       authorized 544
Pierre Indian School, S. Dak.:
           Appropriation for
21
           Payment to certain employees for property damages by fire 624
Pima Agency, Ariz.,
           appropriation for support and administration
28, 111, 164, 223, 274

Pima Hospital, Ariz.,
           appropriation for
26, 108, 162, 221, 272, 319, 353, 417, 490, 535, 583
Pima Indians, Ariz.,
           appropriation for subjugation of lands and cropping operations
528, 577
Pima Reservation, Ariz.:
           Appropriation for—
                      Clearing and leveling of land
135
                      San Carlos project, additional power 579
                      School improvements 158
Pine Ridge, S. Dak.:
           Cooperation in school construction, appropriation authorized for; attendance of                       Indian children
429
                      Appropriation for 439
           Indian school, appropriation for improvements 193

Pine Ridge Hospitals, S. Dak.,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc
109, 136, 163, 221, 272, 319, 354, 417, 491, 536, 584
Pine Ridge Indians, S. Dak.,
           appropriation for industrial assistance
48, 98
Pine Ridge Project, S. Dak.,
           transfer of certain lands from Secretary of Agriculture to Secretary of the Interior                       in connection with
652
Pine Ridge Reservation, S. Dak.:
           Appropriation for—
                      Construction and repair
589
                      Hospital, construction at 612
                      School, central heating plant 315
           Extension, by Executive Order, of trust period on certain allotments which will                       expire during—
                      1931
681
                      1932 642
                      1933 642
           Individual claims against tribal funds, claims to be heard by Secretary of the                       Interior 43
                      Appropriation authorized for payment of awards; attorneys' fees 304, 431, 517
                                 Appropriation for 148, 206, 331, 548, 610
           Per capita payments to, from tribal funds, authorized 141
Pine Ridge Sioux Indians, S. Dak.,
           per capita payments authorized
56
Pine River Agency, S. Dak.:
           Appropriation for—
                      Employees' cottages
147
                      Support and administration 29, 111, 165, 224, 274, 321
"Pine River Logging and Improvement Company and others against the United States",
           transfer of proceeds of judgment in case entitled, erroneously deposited as public                       moneys, to Chippewa Indians of Minnesota
600

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Pioneer National Monument, Ky.,
           certain lands to be set aside for
377
Pipestone, Minn.:
           Appropriation for—
                      Construction at Indian school
293

                      Support, etc., of Indian pupils
23, 106, 159, 217, 269, 316, 351, 415, 488, 533, 581
Pipestone Hospital, Minn.,
           appropriation for construction, maintenance, etc
163, 183, 221, 272, 319, 353, 417, 490, 535, 583
Pipestone National Monument, Minn., establishment 551
           Reservation of quarrying rights in Indians 552
Pipestone Reservation, Minn.,
           appropriation for repairs to water system
540
Pitchlynn, Peter P.,
           Court of Claims directed to render judgment in favor of
67
Point Barrow Hospital, Alaska,
           appropriation for construction and equipment
515, 611
Polson, Mont.,
           appropriation authorized for cooperation in school construction; attendance of                       Indian children
425
           Appropriation for 438
Ponca Agency, Okla.,
           appropriation for support and administration
29, 111, 126
Ponca Reservation, Okla.:
           Extension, by Executive Order, of trust period on certain allotments which will                       expire during 1931
677
Ponca Tribe, Okla.,
           certain provisions of Wheeler-Howard Act not applicable to
381
Poplar, Mont.,
           appropriation authorized for cooperation in school construction; attendance of                       Indian children
200, 427
                      Appropriation for 243, 439
Porto Rico Occupation Medal,
           issue authorized without expense to recipients; replacement
46
Pottawatomi Indians, Kans.,
           extension, by Executive Order, of trust periods on allotments of Prairie Band                       which expire during—
                      1928
660
                      1930 661
                      1931 662
Pottawatomie Agency, Kans.,
           appropriation for support and administration
28, 111, 164, 223, 274
Pottawatomie Indians, Wis.,
           appropriation authorized of treaty funds due
5
Pottawatomie Indians, Wis. and Mich.:
           Appropriation for—
                      Allotments, purchase of
21
                      Payment to 61
Pottawatomie Tribe, Okla.,
           certain provision of Wheeler-Howard Act not applicable to
381
Probate Matters,
           appropriation for expenses in
11, 94, 148, 206, 259, 307
Proclamations:
           Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Ariz., establishment
636
                      Description amended 639
           Grand Canyon National Monument, Ariz., establishment 637
           Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Ariz., establishment 640
Public Lands:
           Acoma Pueblo Indians, N. Mex., certain lands reserved for use of
54
           Alaska, withdrawals authorized for schools, hospitals, etc 593
           California, lands set aside for use of Indians of Indian Ranch 8
           Carson National Forest, N. Mex., withdrawal of, within watershed of Rio                       Pueblo de Taos authorized 37
           Colorado, lands added to Montezuma National Forest; amount to be credited to                       Confederated Bands of Ute Indians 54
           Grazing districts, withdrawal of lands for establishment; additions; Indian                       reservation lands excepted 390
                      Administration and regulation, authority in Secretary of the Interior 391
                      Agricultural use, classification of lands more suitable for 393
                      Cooperation with Government departments 395
                      Exchange of lands for those in private ownership 393
                      Free grazing, livestock kept for domestic purposes 393
                      Grazing permits, issuance; duration and renewal 392
                      Grazing receipts, deposit of; use for improvements 394
                      Hearings before districts established 391
                      Improvements, construction under permit 392
                      Indian ceded lands, use of grazing fees received from 394
                      Isolated or disconnected tracts, sale of 395
                                 Lease to owner of contiguous land 396
                      Local stockmen associations, cooperation with; hearings 394
                      National forests, administration of grazing lands within 395
                      Rights-of-way, acquisition and use 393
                      State, etc., laws, application of 396

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Public Lands—Continued.
           Homestead entries—
                      Indian ceded lands, second allowed if former within; exceptions
387
                      Indian War veterans, rights of unmarried widows 327
                                 Minor child, upon proof of death 328
           Homestead entrymen under Reclamation Act or on ceded Indian lands within Indian                       irrigation project, taxation by State, etc 176
                      Desert-land entrymen receiving water from project, taxation 176
                      Enforcement of assessed taxes 176
                      Tax titles, extinguishment upon reversion to U. S 176
           Homestead lands, advance entry by veterans of any war 175
           Homestead settlers, leave of absence granted during years 1932, 1933 and 1934;                       installment payment extension, ceded Indian lands 367
                      Leaves of absence, 1935 423
           Indian ceded lands, second homestead entry allowed if former within; exceptions 387
           Indian wars, credit allowed homestead settlers for service in 138
           Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, certain lands granted for rights-of-                       way, etc.; Indian lands, payment for 286
           Minnesota, title confirmed to certain, patented to State 177
                      White Earth Indian Reservation, waiver of claim to certain lands in 178
           Montana—
                      Chief Joseph Battle Ground of the Bear's Paw, withdrawal of certain, and                                  designation as
52
                      Rocky Boy Indian Reservation, lands added to 422
           Nevada—
                      Duck Valley Indian Irrigation Project, withdrawal of lands for use in connection                                  with
669
                      Fort McDermitt Military Reserve, lands set aside as grazing reserve for                                  Indians 459
                      Walker River Indian Irrigation Project, lands withdrawn, by Executive Order,                                  for use in connection with 668
                      Walker River Indian Reservation, lands added to 6, 497
           New Mexico—
                      Jicarilla Indian Reservation, addition to school reserve
472
                      San Ildefonso Pueblo, lands reserved for use of 76
           Oregon—
                      Columbia River, transfer of certain, connected with improvement project to                                  Secretary of the Interior
76
                      Fort McDermitt Military Reserve, certain lands set aside as grazing reserve for                                  Indians 459
           Papago Indians, Ariz., certain, reserved for use of; conditions 230
                      Appropriation for 241
           Parker I-See-O Post, All American Indian Legion, Lawton, Okla., land patent to, for                       erection of post building 74
           Pechanga Indian Reservation, Calif., addition to 230
           Summit Lake, Nev., lands on, set aside for Paiute and Shoshone Indians 6
           Temecula Indian Reservation, Calif., addition to 230
           Utah—
                      Kanosh Band of Indians, lands reserved for use of
76, 435
                      Koosharem Band, designated, reserved for use of 7
                      Navajo Indian Reservation, lands set aside for addition to 326
                                 Appropriation for purchase of 523
                                 Relinquishment of certain school lands by State; selection of lands in                                             lieu 327
Pueblo Indian Lands, N. Mex.
           See also Indian Pueblos in New Mexico.
                      Compensation to non-Indian claimants, appropriation for
407, 479, 522, 571

                      Payment to designated pueblos for damages for lost lands and water rights
96, 149, 207, 260, 308, 345, 407, 478, 522, 571
                      Rights-of-way through, acquisition of 42
Pueblo Indians, N. Mex.:
           Appropriation for—
                      Acquisition of land for sanatorium
136
                      Compensation for loss of land and water rights 241, 291, 478, 522, 571

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Pueblo Indians, N. Mex.—Continued.
           Appropriation for—Continued.
                      Special attorney, pay, etc
12, 95, 149, 207, 259, 307

                      Water supply, development
15, 99, 152, 210, 263, 311, 348, 410, 482, 527, 575
           Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District—
                      Agreement with, authorized for irrigation of lands of
34, 444, 606
                      Appropriation for payment 60, 121, 242, 384
                      Appropriation authorized for payment to, for extra construction for                                  benefit of lands of 605
Pueblo Lands Board:
           Appropriation for—
                      Expenses
5, 95, 149, 206, 259, 307
                      Loss of lands and water rights, payment in accordance with                                  findings of 2
Pueblo Reservation, N. Mex.,
           appropriation for irrigation and drainage
486, 530, 579
Puyallup Agency, Wash.,
           appropriation for support and administration
29, 111, 165, 224, 274, 321, 355, 419, 492, 537, 586
Puyallup Indian Cemetery, Tacoma, Wash.,
           trust fund authorized for upkeep
38
           Interest made available 60
Puyallup Indians, Wash.:
           Appropriation for industrial assistance
481
           Per capita payments to, authorized 239
Pyramid Agency, Nev.,
           appropriation for support and administration
29, 111, 165, 224, 274, 321, 537, 586
Pyramid Lake Indians, Nev.,
           appropriation for industrial assistance
98, 409
Pyramid Lake Reservation, Nev.,
           appropriation for maintenance and operation of irrigation system
19, 102, 155, 213, 265, 313, 349, 411, 483, 527, 576, 579
Pyramid Lake Sanatorium, Nev.,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc
27, 109, 162, 221, 272, 319


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