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.


Home | Disclaimer & Usage | Table of Contents | Index

PUBLIC ACTS OF THE SEVENTY-FIRST CONGRESS, THIRD SESSION, 1930-1931
Chap. 19  |  Chap. 23  |  Chap. 64  |  Chap. 68  |  Chap. 70  |  Chap. 101  |  Chap. 102  |  Chap. 104  |  Chap. 111  |  Chap. 117  |  Chap. 124  |  Chap. 125  |  Chap. 162  |  Chap. 164  |  Chap. 169  |  Chap. 170  |  Chap. 171  |  Chap. 173  |  Chap. 174  |  Chap. 175  |  Chap. 177  |  Chap. 178  |  Chap. 179  |  Chap. 185  |  Chap. 187  |  Chap. 188  |  Chap. 231  |  Chap. 265  |  Chap. 267  |  Chap. 269  |  Chap. 271  |  Chap. 280  |  Chap. 281  |  Chap. 341  |  Chap. 369  |  Chap. 374  |  Chap. 377  |  Chap. 401  |  Chap. 413  |  Chap. 414  |  Chap. 416  |  Chap. 438  |  Chap. 493  |  Chap. 494  |  Chap. 497  |  Chap. 503  |  Chap. 507  |  Chap. 522

Page Images




Chapter 188
February 14, 1931.  |  [H. R. 15987.] 46 Stat., 1161.

An Act To authorize the President of the United States to establish the Canyon De Chelly National Monument within the Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona
Section 2  |  3

Margin Notes
Chap. 188 Canyon De Chelly National Monument. Ariz. Established, within Navajo Indian Reservation, with consent of their council.
Chap. 188 Description.
Sec. 2 Rights of Indian reserved.
Sec. 3 Control, etc.

Page 229

Be it enacted by the Senate and Home of Representatives of the United States o f America in Congress assembled, That with the consent of the tribal council of the Navajo Tribe of Indians the President of the United States is hereby authorized to establish by presidential proclamation, the Canyon De Chelly National Monument, within the Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona, including the lands hereinafter described.

Township 4 north, range 7 west, north half section 5, and northeast quarter section 6 ; township 5 north, range 7 west, south half section 15, section 19, south half section 20, section 21, section 22, south half section 23, north half section 26, north half section 27, north half section 28, sections 29, 30, 31, and 32; township 3 north, range 8 west, section 4, east half section 5 ; township 4 north, range 8 west, sections 6 and 7, southwest quarter section 17, sections 18 and 19, west half and southeast quarter section 20, sections 29 and 30, north half section 31, sections 32 and 33; township 5 north, range 8 west, section 7, section 13, south half section 14, south half section 15, south half and northwest quarter section 16, sections 17 to 24, inclusive, north half section 25, north half section 26, section 27, north half and southeast quarter section 28, north half section 29, north half section 30 and southwest quarter section 31; township 6 north, range 8 west, north half section 3, sections 4 to 8, inclusive, west half section 18 and northwest quarter section 19 ; township 7 north, range 8 west, south half section 33, section 34 and west half section 35.; township 4 north, range 9 west, sections 1 to 3, inclusive, east half section 4, north half section 10, north half section 11, sections 12 and 13, east half section 24 and east half section 25 ; township 5 north, range 9 west, sections 4 to 31, inclusive, east half section 33, and sections 34 to 36, inclusive; township 6 north, range 9 west, sections 1 to 3, inclusive, sections 10 to 15, inclusive, sections 21 to 23, inclusive, sections 10 to 15, inclusive, sections 21 to 23, inclusive, north half section 24; north half section 26, sections 27 to 29, inclusive, southeast quarter section 30, and sections 31 to 34, inclusive; township 5 north, range 10 west, sections 1 to 18, inclusive, north half section 22, sections 23 to 25, inclusive, north half section 26, and north half section 36; township 6 north, range 10 west, east half section 34, section 35, and south half section 36, embracing about eighty-three thousand eight hundred and forty acres of unsurveyed land, all west of the Navajo meridian, in Arizona.

SEC. 2.

That nothing herein shall be construed as in any way impairing the right, title, and interest of the Navajo Tribe of Indians which they now have and hold to all lands and minerals, including oil and gas, and the surface use of such lands for agricultural, grazing, and other purposes, except as hereinafter defined; and the said tribe of Indians shall be, and is hereby, granted the preferential right, under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior, of furnishing riding animals for the use of visitors to the monument.

SEC. 3.

That the National Park Service, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, is hereby charged with the administration of the area of said national monument, so far as it applies to the care, maintenance, preservation and restoration of the prehistoric ruins, or other features of scientific or historical interest within the area, and shall have the right to construct upon the lands such roads, trails, or other structures or improvements as may be necessary in connection with the administration and protection of the monument, and also

Page 230

the right to provide facilities of any nature whatsoever required for the care and accommodation of visitors to the monument.

Approved, February 14, 1931.


Search | OSU Library Electronic Publishing Center

Produced by the Oklahoma State University Library
URL: http://digital.library.okstate.edu/kappler/

Comments to: lib-dig@okstate.edu