INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

Vol. I, Laws     (Compiled to December 1, 1902)

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904.


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PERMANENT GENERAL LAWS RELATING TO INDIAN AFFAIRS—THE REVISED STATUTES.
TITLE XI | TITLE XIII | TITLE XIV | TITLE XXIII | TITLE XXVIII | TITLE XXXII | TITLE XLI | TITLE XLIII | TITLE LVII

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Title XIV
Chapter 1 | Chapter 3

Margin Notes
Sec. 1094 Composition of the Army.
    R. S., p. 202
    28 July, 1866, c. 299, s. 6, 14 Stat., 333.
    24 July 1876, c. 226, s. 1, 19 Stat., 97.
    12 Aug. 1876, c. 263, 19 Stat. 131.
Sec. 1112 Indian scouts.
    R. S., p. 204.
    28 July, 1866, c. 299, s. 6, 14 Stat., 333.
    24 July, 1876, c. 226, s. 1, 19 Stat., 97.
    12 Aug., 1876, c. 263, 19 Stat., 131.
    16 Opinions, p. 451.
Sec. 1276 Indian scouts.
    R. S., p. 221.
    28 July, 1866, c. 299, s. 6, 14 Stat., 333.

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TITLE XIV.—The Army.

Chapter 1.—Organization.

Sections
1094. Composition of the Army.
1112. Indian scouts.

SEC. 1094

The Army of the United States shall consist of—

A force of Indian scouts not exceeding one thousand.

SEC. 1112

The President is authorized to enlist a force of Indians, not exceeding one thousand, who shall act as scouts in the Territories and Indian country. They shall be discharged when the necessity for their service shall cease, or at the discretion of the department commander.


NOTE.—The Army appropriation act for 1877, passed July 24, 1876, provided payment for only three hundred Indian scouts, but the act of August 12, 1876, repealed the implied limitation, and sections 1094 and 1112 were continued in force. (Post page 27.)

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Chapter 3.—Pay and allowances.

Sections
1276. Indian scouts.

SEC. 1276

Indians, enlisted or employed by order of the President as scouts, shall receive the pay and allowances of cavalry soldiers.


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