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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PUBLIC ACTS OF THE SEVENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION, 1935
Chap. 3  |  Chap. 36  |  Chap. 39  |  Chap. 101  |  Chap. 108  |  Chap. 112  |  Chap. 131  |  Chap. 135  |  Chap. 157  |  Chap. 168  |  Chap. 188  |  Chap. 189  |  Chap. 190  |  Chap. 191  |  Chap. 192  |  Chap. 193  |  Chap. 194  |  Chap. 195  |  Chap. 196  |  Chap. 197  |  Chap. 198  |  Chap. 199  |  Chap. 202  |  Chap. 204  |  Chap. 205  |  Chap. 215  |  Chap. 216  |  Chap. 219  |  Chap. 238  |  Chap. 239  |  Chap. 248  |  Chap. 260  |  Chap. 275  |  Chap. 281  |  Chap. 282  |  Chap. 358  |  Chap. 414  |  Chap. 508  |  Chap. 517  |  Chap. 518  |  Chap. 551  |  Chap. 553  |  Chap. 683  |  Chap. 686  |  Chap. 745  |  Chap. 748  |  Chap. 750  |  Chap. 827  |  Chap. 828  |  Chap. 832  |  Chap. 839

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Chapter 202
June 7, 1935. | [S. 1469.] 49 Stat., 332.

An Act To transfer certain lands from the veterans' Administration to the Department of the Interior for the benefit of Yavapai Indians, Arizona

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Chap. 202 Yavapai Indians. Transfer of certain lands to Interior Department for benefit of. Description.

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Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That jurisdiction over that tract of land, identified under a metes-and-bounds description beginning at the intersection of the west boundary line of the former Whipple Barracks Military Reserve and the south line of section 28 in township 14 north, range 2 west, Gila and Salt Lake meridian, Arizona, thence northwesterly along said west boundary line eight hundred and eighty feet; thence northeasterly at right angles one thousand seven hundred and sixty feet; thence southeasterly parallel with the said west boundary line one thousand seven hundred and sixty feet; thence southwesterly at right angles one thousand seven hundred and sixty feet; thence northwesterly along said west boundary line eight hundred and eighty feet to point of beginning, containing approximately seventy-five acres, is hereby transferred from the Veterans' Administration to the Department of the Interior, and the title to said described lands shall remain in the United States in trust for the Yavapai Indians.

Approved, June 7, 1935.


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