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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Dakota Central Railway Company, right of way through Sioux Reservation in Dakota, grant confirmed 334
Dams, Chippewa Reservation, Minn., erection in aid of navigation 619,666
Dawes Commission. (See Commission to Five Civilized Tribes.)  
Dead timber, Minnesota Indians may cut and sell 89
Decisions relating to Indian affairs, completion of digest 622
Deeds, agents may take acknowledgments 6
certified copies of 65
Cherokee Nation, execution and recordation 722,723,796
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation 786
Creek Nation, execution 735
fees receivable for official acts 65
for allotments, Kansa Nation 767
in Indian Territory, to be recorded by clerk of United States court 52
Quapaw Agency, to be recorded at Miami 121,597
recording in Indian Office 65
unverified copies may be furnished 65
Deer Creek Reserve, Minn., Executive orders establishing 850
Defaulters in settlement of accounts of goods and money for distribution to be reported to Congress 10
Deficiencies in Indian service, supplies to be distributed so as not to create 24
Delawares, allotments in Cherokee Nation 718,789
Cherokee lands purchased to be separated by Commission to Five Civilized Tribes 100
Court of Claims to adjudicate claim against Cherokee 100,372
attorneys' fees to be allowed by the court 728
proceeds of cession of “Outlet” to be held pending decision 492
funds of, proceeds of sale of improvements on lands ceded for Leavenworth, Pawnee and Western              Railway Company 447
payments to, from Cherokee funds 300
Delivery of goods and money to chiefs violating treaties forbidden 11
Indians, who to be present and certify to 9
Denison, Bonham and Gulf Railway Company, rights of Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railway        Company transferred to 684
Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory 631
rights transferred to Denison, Bonham and Gulf Railway Company 684
Denison and Northern Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory 451
amended provisions relative to 596
time for construction extended 635
Denison and Washita Valley Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory 235
branch line may be constructed 354
extension of route 354
Deportation of intruders from town sites in Indian Territory forbidden 120
Depositions may be taken by superintendents, agents, and subagents regarding depredations 20
Depredations by Indians, claims for—  
agents and subagents may take depositions relative to 20
appropriations to pay to be specially made 10
Court of Claims to adjudicate claims 58
allowed claims 58
to have priority 60
reopenment of, burden of proof 60
amity of tribe, band, or nation, jurisdictional 58
appeals to Supreme Court 61
Assistant Attorney-General to defend 59,61
answer to be filed 59
compensation $5,000 per annum 63,66
attorneys' fees, contracts to be declared void 61
fees to be allowed by court 61
barred unless presented in three years from March 3, 1891 59
counterclaims 59
evidence, papers filed in Department to be 60
future depredations not included 59
Indians may appear by special counsel 59
judgment to be rendered 60
limitations waived 59
lists to be transmitted to Congress 59
papers, etc., to be filed from Departments 61
payments to be charged to tribes 60
petition to be filed, contents and service 59
repeal of prior legislation 61
testimony, rules for taking 60
warrants in payment to be delivered to claimant 61
witnesses not disqualified by interest 60
Blackfeet Reservation Indians, proceeds of cession of 1895 not to be taken to pay 607
Grosventres and Assiniboine Indians, proceeds of cession of 1895 not to be taken to pay 603
Kickapoo, funds from cession of June 21, 1891, not to be taken to pay 483
Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache, funds derived from cession of October 21, 1892, not to be taken to            pay 712
Nez Percés of Idaho, proceeds of cession of May 1, 1893, not to be taken to pay 541
Siletz Reservation Indians, proceeds of cession of 1892 not to be taken to pay 535
Yankton Sioux, proceeds of cession of December 31, 1892, not to be taken to pay 526,528
Yuma, proceeds of cession of December 14, 1893, not to be taken to pay 545
Depredations upon property of friendly Indians, reparation for 19
mails, general laws applicable to Indian country 18
Deputy clerks of United States courts in Indian Territory 48
Deputy marshals of United States courts in Indian Territory 40,72
additional, for emergencies 72
confirmation of certain appointments, etc 83
oath of 40
Descent and distribution—  
allotments 34,58
Kansas laws applicable to Indian Territory 34
Creek Nation, Arkansas laws in force 120,762
allotted homesteads 731
Miami, Meshingomesia's Band, lands of 134
Seminole Nation, real and personal property 702
De Smet Mission, lands on Cœur d'Alene Reservation reserved for 422
Devils Lake Agency, N. Dak., statistics 1031
Devils Lake Reservation, N. Dak., Jamestown and Northern Railway Company granted right of way         through 743
Digger Indians, California, statistics 1032
Disbursements to Indians, how to be made 9
officer designated by Secretary of the Interior to make 79
special agents may be appointed 76
per capita and not to tribal authorities 97
Discontinuation of agencies by the President authorized 6
Distilleries in the Indian country, military force to destroy 19
penalty for operating 18
Distribution of annuities, how made 9
report of 9,10
rolls of Indians entitled to be made out at beginning of each year 24
goods by chiefs, agent or superintendent to be present 9
rations, clothing, and supplies, deficiencies to be prevented 69
delivery to heads of families 24
tribes or bands, forbidden 24
Fort Berthold Reservation, labor by Indians 427
number of Indians actually present and receiving same to be reported 2,13
report to be included in annual report to Congress 2,9
rolls of Indians entitled to be made out at beginning of each year 24
to include heads of families and number of Indians in each family 24
supplies not to be given for more than one week in advance 24
District attorneys, actions for allotments by Indians denied citizenship to be defended by 109
contractors with Indians, violating laws, to be prosecuted 12
penalty for failure to prosecute 12
in Indian Territory, members of Five Civilized Tribes inclosing excessive lands or receiving rents or              royalties from tribal lands to be prosecuted 97
residence to be fixed by attorney-general 85
salaries of 72,85
inspectors to be assisted in enforcing laws 4
mileage may be allowed when traveling 26
to represent Indians in all suits 66
District courts (United States). (See also United States courts in Indian Territory)—  
for eastern district of Texas, jurisdiction over crimes in Indian Territory 51
for western district of Arkansas, jurisdiction over crimes in Indian Territory 51
in Indian Territory, clerk's salaries increased $1,000 per annum in lieu of fees 111
jurisdiction 74
in Oklahoma, jurisdiction over actions between Indians of different tribes 46
Divisions of United States court in Indian Territory 48
Drifting Goose Reserve, S. Dak., Executive orders establishing 895
Duck Valley Reserve, Nev., Executive orders establishing 866
Duluth and North Dakota Railroad Company, right of way through Winnibagoshish, Chippewa, White         Oak Point, and Red Lake Reservation in Minnesota 593
Duluth and Winnipeg Railroad Company, right of way granted through certain Chippewa reservations in         Minnesota 352
Chippewa and White Earth reservations 550
Fond du Lac Reservation, Minn 297
Leech Lake and White Earth reservations 342
time for construction extended 619
transfer of rights to Duluth, Superior and Western Railroad Company 619
Duluth, Red Lake River and Southwestern Railway Company, right of way through Chippewa        reservations in Minnesota 260
Duluth, Superior and Western Railroad Company, right of way through Chippewa Reservation 619
Durant, term of court at 121
Duties on imports, goods and effects of Indians exempt 54
Dwamish, statistics 1044
Dwight Mission School, lands in Cherokee Nation reserved for 725,790

 


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