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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Sabine Indian wars of 1836, pensions to survivors 123
Sacred Heart Mission, reservation of Potawatomi lands for 410
St. Louis, assistant treasurer at, to keep accounts with treasurer of Choctaw, Chickasaw,           Creeks, and Cherokee 158
St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company, construction of railroad and telegraph lines           through Choctaw and Chickasaw nations 206
time for construction extended 235
St. Louis and Oklahoma City Railroad Company, right of way through Indian Territory 581
St. Louis, Oklahoma and Southern Railroad Company, right of way through Indian Territory 505
amended provisions relative to 617
time for construction extended 677
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railroad Company, right of way—  
through White Earth Reservation, Minn 317
through Fort Berthold and Blackfeet Reservation 246
through White Earth, Leech Lake, Chippewa, and Fond du Lac reservations, in Minnesota 515
time for construction extended 618
Saint Regis, statistics 1037
Salaries, compensation by, to be in full of services 7
of agents 5,67
assistant attorney-general to defend depredation claims 63,66
Commissioner of Indian Affairs 1
district attorneys in Indian Territory 85
employees, annual report of 10
inspectors 4
of interpreters 7
secretary of Board of Indian Commissioners 4
subagents 6
Sales, of—  
arms and ammunition, penalty for 17
depredations claims to be void 61
Indian lands, except by treaty, to be void 14
register and receiver to conduct 20
natural products of reservations, to be held for benefit of tribe 31
Five Civilized Tribes excepted 31
proceeds to be expended in discretion of Secretary of Interior 36
Salines, Cherokee Nation, lease for twenty years 214,215
proceeds to go to education fund 215
Outlet, restored to public domain 994
Sallisaw, term of court at 121
Salt River Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing 809
San Carlos Agency, Ariz., statistics 1041
San Carlos Reservation, Ariz., coal and mineral lands, disposal of 609,611
Executive orders establishing 810
Gila Valley, Globe and Northern Railway Company granted right of way through 554
time for construction extended 627
Indians of, agreement of February 25, 1896 609
separate agency created 87
Sanpoil, statistics 1030
Sans Arcs Sioux, statistics 1030
Santee Agency, Nebr., statistics 1041
Santee Normal Training School, additional land may be purchased by 336
Santee Reservation, Nebr., agreement with Sioux at, September 26, 1876 169,172
Santee Sioux—  
allotments in Nebraska 330
patents to issue 666
sale of land by Alexander Redwing to American Missionary Association for cemetery                    purposes 485
annuities—  
permanent fund for 335
to be paid certain members 598
attorneys, employment of, at not to exceed $1,000 per annum 447
lands to be purchased for those not allotted on reservation 386
statistics 1041
Santian, statistics 1033
Sapulpa, term of court at 120
Sauk and Foxes, agreement of June 12, 1890 389
allotments in severalty 390
selection of 392
annuities, payment of 391
cession of lands 389
payment by United States of $485,000 391
allotments to be made to 230,245
area of 230
certificates for 230
general act of 1887 not applicable 35
in Indian Territory 390
patents for 230
to children born subsequent to allotment 521
annuities arising from sale of reservation in Kansas and Nebraska 168,229
derived from cession of 1890 391
funds of, derived from cession of 1890 391
proceeds of lands 521
proceeds of reservation in Kansas and Nebraska 168,229
lands ceded by agreement of June 12, 1890, to be disposed of to actual settlers 398
in Nebraska and Kansas, sale of 228,229
Oklahoma, proclamation opening to settlement 950
legislation relating to, note 228
of Iowa, claims released on payment of $100,000 398
funds of, credit from funds of Sauk and Fox of the Mississippi 598
of Missouri, allotments and annuities only to members enrolled January 1, 1890 58
allotments in severalty to children born since first allotment 521
funds of, payment of part per capita 755
proceeds of sale of lands under act of August 15, 1894 521
proceeds of Nebraska lands 140
removal authorized 140
sale of reservation in Nebraska 140
of unallotted lands 521
of the Mississippi, annuity of $500 for life to Push-e-ten-neke-que 701
part of funds transferred to credit of Sauk and Fox of Iowa 598
of Tama County, Iowa, jurisdiction over, assumed by the United States 598
removal of, how to be made 230
reservation for, to be secured 230
statistics 1039,1042
Sauk and Fox Agency, Iowa, statistics 1042
Sauk and Fox Agency, Okla., statistics 1042
Sauk and Fox Reservation, in Kansas and Nebraska, sale of lands in 167,229
right of way granted to Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company, lessee of              Atchison and Nebraska Railroad Company 594
Sauk and Fox war of 1831, pension to survivors of 122
Schermerhorn, H. R., lands reserved from allotment 775
Schools, Absentee Shawnee ceded lands, sections reserved for 413
annual report to contain statistics of 32,36
Arapaho and Cheyenne lands, reservations for 416
attendance at, children not to be sent out of State or Territory unless parents consent 76
rations may be withheld from parents 66
not to be issued on account of children from 8 to 21 years not attending 65
rules to secure may be made by Commissioner of Indian Affairs 63
Bible may be taught in Indian language 38
Cherokee Nation, general provisions for 723
expenses, how paid 792
lands reserved for 724,790
teachers, qualifications 792
Cherokee training school, North Carolina, superintendent to act as agent 65,446
Chickasaw Nation, lands reserved for 775
Chilocco Industrial School, Indian Territory, lands reserved for 198,493,842
Chippewa Reservation in Minnesota, provisions for, from proceeds of ceded lands 305
Choctaw Nation, lands reserved for 775
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, to be supported from proceeds of coal and asphalt lands              while members of tribes are not taxed 649
cities and towns in Indian Territory 95
Colville Reservation, lands reserved for Tonasket school 442,667
Creek Nation, expenses, how paid 739
fund for, how expended 738
lands occupied by, may be purchased 734
reserved for certain 735
teachers, employment of 738
Dakota, reserve for 198
employees at, to be reported annually 63,69,108
farmers, Indian boys to be employed as 87
industrial, established in Indian Territory 198
purchase of articles manufactured at 28
teachers, Indian boys to be employed as 87
to be established in Isabella County, Mich 399
Wisconsin 399
on Pipestone Reservation, Minn 399
inspection of, by superintendent of Indian schools 44
persons investigating may administer oaths 102
Kansa Nation, lands reserved for 768
Kickapoo lands in Kansas, lands reserved for 681
Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache ceded lands, reservations for 712
lands reserved for, on ceded reservations 437
indemnity selections 76
leases of, in Oklahoma 419
on Cheyenne and Arapaho lands 416
Fort Hall Reservation 708
Great Sioux Reservation 338
Kansa Reservation 768
Kickapoo lands 568
Oklahoma ceded reservations 47
Wichita ceded 561
reserved from allotment, Five Civilized Tribes 93
Lower Brule Reservation, S. Dak., maintenance of 689
matron's assistants, Indian girls to be employed as 87
Omaha Reservation, Nebr., lands reserved for Presbyterian Board of Home Missions 551
Pawnee Reservation, Nebr., industrial on 198
Potawatomi lands in Kansas, reserves for 681
Quapaw Nation, land may be dedicated for 742
sectarian, no appropriation for 87
Seminole Nation, fund provided and lands reserved for 150,663,664
Sioux Reservation in Dakota, establishment on, and children to be required to attend 336,386
fund for support 170
statistics of, to be annually reported by agents 32
superintendent of 44
additional duties may be required 102
allowance for traveling expenses 102
may act as agents 79
teachers, annual report of, by agents 32
Umatilla Reservation, Oreg., children to attend 227
fund for support 227
land reserved for 225
United Peoria and Miami lands in Indian Territory, reserves for 344
White Earth Reservation, lands granted for 150
Wichita ceded lands, reservations for 561
Scouts, force of Indians to be enlisted in the Army as 2
Nez Percé to be paid for services as 540
noncommissioned officers to be appointed 26
number increased 26
pay to be same as cavalry troops 2
for use of horses 27
Sioux to be paid for services as 485,526,559
Scrip, Kansa Indian, payment of, out of trust funds 285
Seapcats, embraced in Yakima Nation 529
Searches for intoxicants, officers may make 17
Second Auditor, copies of contracts to be furnished before payment made 24
Second Comptroller, abstract of bids to be filed with 27
Secretary of Board of Indian Commissioners 4
of Commission to Five Civilized Tribes 79,80
of Interior. (See Interior, Secretary of.) of War, to purchase supplies from Indians when              practicable 387
Sectarian schools, no appropriation for 87
Seizure of intoxicants 18
property unlawfully in the Indian country, military force may be employed in 19
Seminole—  
agreement of December 16, 1897 662
allotments, Commission to Five Civilized Tribes, to make 663
conveyance prior to patent void 663
leases of 663
patents, rights conferred by 664
church lands reserved 664
Creek lands to be purchased for allotment to 665
funds to be distributed per capita 664
intoxicants to be prohibited 664
lands to be appraised and allotted 663
loyal, claim to be submitted to the Senate 664,700
minerals, royalties to be paid on 663
schools, fund provided 663
lands reserved 663,664
United States court to be held at Wewoka 664
jurisdiction over real estate and crime 664
Wewoka, town site, disposal of lands in 663
agreement of October 7, 1899 702
descent of real and personal property 702
rolls of citizenship, who may be enrolled 702
allotments in severalty 498
citizenship accorded allottees 498
in Creek Nation to those domiciled there 738
not to exceed 160 acres 498
Annuities, expenditure in discretion of Commissioner of Indian Affairs 150
Creeks, domiciled in Seminole Nation to receive allotment there 738
funds, claims under certain treaties, payment of 664,700
expenditure of, for civilization, etc 150
proceeds of cession of 1866 340
of March 1, 1889 46,349
lands ceded by treaty of 1866, disposal to actual settlers 340
legislation relating to, note 662
railroad grants of lands, except rights of way, forfeited 340
school fund, annual appropriation for 150
statistics 1042,1045
town-sites may be entered on lands ceded by treaty of 1866 341
treaty of August 7, 1856, amended as to distribution of funds 150
Seminole war, pension to survivors of 122
Senate, claims of loyal Creeks to be determined by 660,736
loyal Seminole to be determined by 664
Seneca, agreement of January 3, 1893, with William B. Barker, ratified 468
Allegany and Cattaraugus reservations, boundaries of villages to be fixed 155
leases of lands in certain villages, valid for five years 155
jurisdiction of courts over 156
recording of 156
renewals 155,368
rents 156
surveys of leased lands 156
tribe to have possession 155
make leases 156
New York laws relative to highways extended over certain villages 156
allotments, minor children 752
provisions of general act of 1887 not applicable to those in New York 35
cemetery lands may be granted to Wildwood Cemetery Association 215
claims of Ogden Land Company to lands to be investigated 522
funds, interest to be paid at 5 per cent from July 1, 1902 752
payment per capita 752
permanent annuities funded 741
leases, agent for New York Agency to receive and disburse rents 715
for railroad purposes 155
of land in certain villages (see also, supra, subtitle Alleghany, etc., reservations) 155
renewals for term not to exceed ninety-nine years, except for railroad purposes 368
to William B. Barker of oil and gas wells 468
release of part of lands 622
to Erie Preserving Company, confirmed 715
to Ogden Land Company 522
J. W. Peglow, of sand banks 744
legislation relative to, note 155
statistics 1037,1040
Seneca Telephone Company, right of way granted through Indian Territory 703
Settlement of accounts. See Accounts. Settlers on Indian lands, penalty of $1,000 for 14
removal of 14
Navaho lands before reserved, to be compensated 285
removed from Crow Creek and Winnebago reservations, claims to be investigated 378
may file suit in Court of Claims 565
may reenter lands 338
Shawnee. (See also Absentee Shawnee and Eastern Shawnee.)  
Black Bob's band, title to Kansas lands to be quieted 324
claims against Cherokee and United States to be presented to the Court of Claims 372,446
for diverted funds referred to Court of Claims 373
Eastern Band (see also Eastern Shawnee), agreement of June 23, 1874, ratified 158
allotments for minor children 752
lands in Indian Territory ceded for Modoc 158
funds of, transfer of certain annuities to Cherokee 521
lands of Black Bob's band, suit to be brought to quiet title to 324
legislation relating to, note 372
payments to, from Cherokee funds 300
Shebit. (See Shivwits.)  
Shivwits, Nevada, statistics 1042
Sheepeaters—  
agreement of May 14, 1880 314
allotments on Fort Hall Reservation 314
annuities in consideration of cession 314
cession of Lemhi Reservation, Idaho 314
removal to Fort Hall Reservation 314
statistics 1035
Sherman and Northwestern Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory 368
Shinpahs, embraced in Yakima Nation 529
Shoalwater Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing 924
Shoes, manufacture of, by Indians 69
Shooting at trains, etc., in Indian Territory 78
Shoshoni, agreement of September 26, 1872, with Eastern Band 153
annuities to be paid 154
cession of part of Wind River Reservation 154
intruders excluded from reservation 154
survey of southern boundary 154
agreement of May 14, 1880 314
allotments on Fort Hall Reservation 314
area 314
restrictions on title of allottees for twenty-five years 315
annuities in consideration of cessions 314
cession of land in Fort Hall Reservation 314
Lemhi Reservation 314
removal from Lemhi Reservation to Fort Hall Reservation 314
agreement of July 18, 1881 199
cession of land for railroad purposes across Fort Hall Reservation 199
agreement of May 27, 1887, on Fort Hall Reservation 292
cession of part of reservation 292
lands ceded to be surveyed and sold 293
proceeds of sales to be held in trust 293
right of way ceded Utah and Northern Railroad Company 293
agreement of April 21, 1896 624
cession of lands in Wyoming 624,625
proceeds, how expended 625
agreement of February 5, 1898 704
allotments to occupants of ceded lands 705,706
boundaries of reservation, survey and marking 706
cession of lands on Fort Hall Reservation 704
Indians to have use of lands while remaining public lands 706
highways through reservation 706
irrigation, water reserved for 706
payment for cessions 705
depredation claims not to be deducted 705
allotments on Fort Hall Reservation 314,707
annuities, fund of $6,000 to be held at 5 per cent interest 200
funds, proceeds of cessions on Fort Hall Reservation 201,293,705
legislation relating to, note 314
statistics 1033,1035,1042,1045
Shoshoni Agency, Wyo., statistics 1042
Shoshoni Reservation, Wyo., bridge across Big Wind River to be reconstructed 523
ceded lands in, 1 mile square reserved to State of Wyoming and balance open to entry 626
Executive orders establishing 936
settlers prior to establishment to have claims for improvements, etc., investigated 666
Shyiks, embraced in Yakima Nation 529
Siletz Agency, Oreg., statistics 1043
Siletz Reservation, Oreg., allotments, excess of 80 acres may be patented to allottees and by              them sold 743
ceded lands to be disposed of to settlers 535
Executive orders establishing 890
Indians of, agreement of October 31, 1892 533
cession of unallotted lands 533
payments for cessions 533
depredation claims not to be paid 534,535
distribution of 534
religious societies to buy occupied lands 535
taxes, etc., to be paid from payments 534
timbered sections reserved 534
Newport and Kings Valley Railroad Company granted right of way through 287,381
proclamation opening ceded lands to settlement 987
Sioux—  
agreement of September 26, 1876 169
allotments, houses to be erected on 170
annuities, where to be delivered 169
census to be taken annually 171
cession of part of reservation 169
employees on agency to be married 170
full-blood Indians only to receive benefit of agreement 170
funds for education and civilization 170
half-breeds and whites excluded 170
labor on reservation, products to be disposed of 170
laws of United States extended over Indians 171
reservation reduced, boundaries 169
what is meant by term 171
subsistence to be furnished 170
wagon roads through reservation 166,169
agreement of December 28, 1886 261
allotments 263
area 263
descent of, by Montana laws 263
patents, contents of 263
title in trust for twenty-five years 263
allottees not to lose tribal rights 263
annuities 262
not required, retention for benefit of tribe 263
preference to industrious Indians 263
cattle, brand of Interior Department to be on 262
sale forbidden 262
cession of lands 262
employees at agencies 262
purpose of agreement 262
reservation, boundaries 264
marking of 264
rights of way through 264
to be separate from other tribes 262
agriculture among, seed to be furnished 335
allotments, area of 263
descent by local laws 263,332
general act of 1887 not to apply to certain lands 35
houses to be erected by United States 170
outside of reservation, if allottee requests within one year 332
patents for, prior to March 2, 1889 333
patents to indicate restrictions upon title 215,263,331
selection, how and when made 330,331
special agents to have charge of 331
title to be held in trust for twenty-five years 215,263,331
tribal rights of allottees not affected 263
annuities, cattle to be delivered 335
distribution of 335
industrious Indians preferred 263
educational, continued 335
excess not required, retention for future distribution 263
payment of certain, under act of March 2, 1889, in money 559
permanent fund for 335
Santee and Flandreau Sioux 598
where to be delivered 169
woolen clothing to those in Nebraska and Dakota to be delivered by November 1 620
attorneys for South Dakota bands and for Santee band may be employed 447
Brule band, agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876 168,172
Cheyenne River Agency, agreement of, September 26, 1876 169,172
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company through land in Dakota 334,431
citizenship to be accorded allottees 331
claims for supplies furnished in 1861 and 1863 to be settled 228
Crow Creek Agency, agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876 169,172
Crow Creek Reservation, cattle to be purchased 755
compensation for deficiencies in allotments 559
funds, expenditure of part 755
Fort Peck Reservation, boundaries defined 264
timber on adjoining lands may be used 264
funds, distribution between separate reservations in accordance with numbers of Indians 386
division among members fifty years from March 2, 1889 336
lands outside of separate reservations, relinquished and restored to public domain 166,336
legislation relative to, note 166
Lower Brule (see also Lower Brule Sioux), agreement at agency of, September 26, 1876 169,172
Mdewakanton band, service in Army during certain wars, payment for 485
Oglala band, agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876 169,172
Ponca, removal to Indian Territory 167
ponies taken from Red Cloud and Red Leaf bands to be paid for 339,386
religious organizations holding lands, grants to 336
reservations in Dakota defined 328
Rosebud Reservation, agreement of March 10, 1898, Lower Brule may be settled on               reservation 690
Santee Reservation, Nebr., agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876 169,172
schoolhouses to be erected 336
service in Army during certain wars, payment for 430,485
Sisseton band (see also Sisseton and Wahpeton bands of Sioux), service in Army during              certain wars, payment for 430,485
Standing Rock Agency, agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876 169,172
statistics 1031,1039,1041,1043
subsistence to be furnished 170
certain rights to be relinquished 166
supplies furnished in 1861 and 1862, claims for, to be settled 228
places of delivery to be fixed 166
trading with, for property furnished by United States, penalty for 335
unallotted lands disposed of to actual settlers 332
Wahpeton band (see also Sisseton and Wahpeton bands of Sioux), service in Army during              certain wars, payment for 485
Wapakoota band, service in Army during certain wars, payment for 485
Sioux City and Omaha Railway Company, right of way through Omaha and Winnebago              Reservation in Nebraska 682
sale of part of Winnebago Reservation in Nebraska not to affect grant to 287
Sioux Reservation, Dak., American Island donated to city of Chamberlain and may be leased              for quasi-public purposes 337,570
Dakota Central Railroad Company granted right of way through 334
divided into separate reservations 328
Executive orders establishing 884,898
Forest City and Sioux City Railroad Company granted right of way through 553
Forest City and Watertown Railroad Company granted right of way through 325
irrigation, Secretary of Interior to prescribe rules relating to 333
proclamation opening to settlement 943
schools to be erected and children between 6 and 16 to attend 386
unallotted portions to be disposed of to actual settlers 332
wagon roads through 166,169
Sioux Reserve, Nebr., Executive orders establishing 864
Sioux wars, payment to certain Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux for services rendered during 430,485
Sisseton and Wahpeton band of Sioux—  
agreement of December 12, 1889 429
allotments in severalty 430
cession of lands in Dakota 429
funds to be held in trust at 3 per cent interest 429
payment for cession at $2.50 per acre 429
services during Sioux hostilities 430
religious societies preferred in purchase of lands occupied 429
attorneys, contracts with, provisions relating to 686
ceded lands in Dakota to be settled under the homestead laws 432
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company granted right of way through lands in           Dakota 431
claim of loyal members referred to Court of Claims 742
leases of farming and grazing lands for three years 620
leases to be approved by Secretary of Interior and subleases to be void 666
service in Army during certain wars, payment for 430,485,559
statistics 1043
Skalallam, statistics 1040
Skiatook Mission, lands in Cherokee Nation reserved for 725,790
Skokomish, statistics 1040
Skokomish Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing 924
Smith River Reserve, Cal., Executive orders establishing 830
Smithsonian Institution, archives and records relating to Indians to be transferred to 27
Snakes, statistics 1042
Snohomish Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing 925
Soldiers and sailors' homestead rights, ceded lands in Oklahoma 47
South Dakota, bands of Indians in, attorneys may be paid not to exceed $1,000 per annum 447
Executive orders relating to reservations in 895
South McAlester, court of appeals to be held at 75
term of court at 71
Southern judicial district, Indian Territory, change of boundary 118
Southern Kansas Railway Company, right of way through Indian Territory 220
Southern Pacific Railway Company, right of way through Yuma Reservation, Cal 544
Southern Ute Agency, Colo., established 157
statistics 1043
Southern Ute in Colorado, agreement of November 13, 1888, disapproved 555
allotments in severalty 556
census of 184
irrigation ditches through allotments 754
proceeds of lands sold under act of February 20, 1895, disposed of 556
rations to be issued to allottees and reservation to Indians at designated places 599
removal from southwestern Colorado 36
to La Plata River 181
reservation for Indians not taking allotments 556
unallotted lands opened to settlement 556
Southern Ute Reservation, Colo., irrigation, Secretary of Interior to investigate practicability of,           and to report to Congress 620
proclamation opening ceded lands to settlement 994
Sovereignty of United States over Indian Territory 80
Special agents, appointment of, by President and Secretary of Interior 6
disbursement of money to Indians may be made by 76
appointment, bond, regulations, etc 76
investigating schools, officers of Indian service may be examined by 102
oaths may be administered by 102
may be appointed to select allotments where there is no agent for the tribe 33
traveling allowances to, $3 per diem when on field duty 31
Spelling of Indian tribal names 1021
Spokan, appropriations for, expenditure for members on Spokan, Colville and Jocko         Reservation 742
removal to Cœur d'Alene Reservation 420,449,454,742
statistics 1032
Upper and Middle bands—  
agreement of March 18, 1887 449,453
allotments in severalty 453
annuities to certain chiefs 454
blacksmith and carpenter to be furnished 454
cession of lands 453
per capita payment to allottees 454
preference to Indians in employment 454
removal to Cœur d'Alene Reservation 449,454
may be removed to Spokan or Jocko Reservation 454
settlers outside of reservation may take lands occupied 453
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway Company, right of way through Colville Reservation, Wash 349
Spokan Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing 924
mineral entries on lands in, not applicable to allotments or to Government or school lands 754,799
Spokan on, appropriations to be used for 742
Upper and Middle bands of Spokan may be removed to 454
Spotted Tail Agency, agreement with Brule Sioux of, September 26, 1876 169,171
Squaxon, statistics 1040
Standing Rock Agency, Dak., agreement with Sioux of, September 26, 1876 169,172
boundaries defined 329
Executive orders establishing reserve 884
statistics 1043
Station grounds for railroads in Indian Territory 77,114
Statistics of agencies and tribes 1027
Stock, investments of, for Indians, to be made by President 10
annual reports to be made to Congress 10
special accounts to be kept 10
grazing unlawfully on Indian lands, penalty for 14
raising on Fort Belknap Reservation 602
Stockbridge, statistics 1034
Stockbridge and Munsee, act for relief of 128,500
adoption of persons not of Indian descent to be void 130
allotments, reservation of land for 128,130,500
citizen party, funds of, to be distributed 129
roll of members 129
tribal rights relinquished 130
debts of, payment from proceeds of Wisconsin lands 129
funds, division between citizen and Indian party 129
from sale of lands in Wisconsin, how amount due shall be ascertained 129
intent of members in 500
of Indian party, to be held in trust 129
Indian party, adoption of persons not Indians to be void 130
allotments 130
alienation forbidden 130
area of 130
changes in 131
descent of 130
reservation for 128
church and school lands 131
funds of, to be held in trust 129,500
interest to be paid on 129
known as the Stockbridge tribe of Indians 130
marriage of female out of tribe, rights to be forfeited 131
reservation to be obtained for 130
roll of members 130
lands in Shawanaw County, Wis., to be appraised and sold 128
advertisement of sale 129
allotments, reservation for 128
appraisal open to inspection 128
Stockbridge and Munsee lands, lots to be 80 acres 129
proceeds of sale, how applied 129
sales, not less than appraisal value 129
membership in tribe and rights to funds 500
rolls of citizenship, of citizen and Indian parties 130
Stone on lands of Five Civilized Tribes may be sold for use in Indian Territory 108
Storehouses, Commissioners of Indian Affairs may hire, at railroads 27
Subagencies, boundaries of, to be established by Secretary of the Interior 6
Subagents, appointment of, by President 6
arrest and trial of fugitives from justice in Indian country to be secured by 19
Indian criminals to be secured by 19
bond of $1,000 to be given by 6
compensation for extra services except actual expenses not to be allowed 6
delivery of goods and money to be witnessed and certified to by 9
discontinuation of services when unnecessary 7
distilleries in agencies to be destroyed by 18
intruders in Indian country may be removed by 18
license to trade may be issued by 16
may take depositions regarding depredations 20
not to be appointed in agency where there is an agent residing 6
passports may be issued by 17
salary to be $1,000 per annum 6
searches for intoxicants to be made by 17
to reside where President shall direct 6
Subsistence, Fort Berthold Reservation Indians, not to be furnished adult males not working or         children not attending school 427
to be furnished Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho 170
Sioux 170
Suits, United States district attorney to represent Indians in 66
Sulphur Springs, Chickasaw Nation, cession to United States 785
intoxicants not to be sold in 785
Superintendents, arrest and trial of fugitives from justice in Indian country to be secured by 19
Indian criminals to be secured by 19
delivery of money and goods to be witnessed and certified to by 9
depositions may be taken by, regarding depredations 20
disbursement of money to Indians may be made by 9
discontinuation of office 5
distilleries in agencies to be destroyed by 18
intruders in Indian country may be removed by 18
license to trade may be issued by 16
passports may be issued by 17
searches for intoxicants may be made by 17
Superintendent of schools, agent's duties to be performed by 67,79
bonds to be as other agents 67,79
allowance for traveling expenses 102
appointment and duties 44,102
Cherokee, N. C., training school, to act as agent 65
bond and compensation 65
Suppai Reserve, Ariz., Executive orders establishing 809
Supplies, claims for, furnished without authority of law 9
Sioux in Minnesota, settlement of 228
delivery of, labor on reservations by able-bodied Indians 24
report of 2
number of Indians present and receiving same 2,12
rolls of Indians entitled to, agents to make 24
for civilized Indians, commutation to money 63,101
manufacture by Indians 69,113
purchase to be on bids after advertisement 8,20,112
approval by Board of Indian Commissioners 29
before appropriation, on basis of preceding year 69
in open market in cases of exigency 20,112
Indian vendors preferred 113
retention from parents of children not attending school 66
storehouses may be rented at railroads 27
warehouse at Omaha 87,620
Supreme Court of the United States, appeals to, in citizenship cases in Five Civilized Tribes 101
decision in case of Cherokee Nation v. Hitchcock 1053
Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock 1058
Sureties on agents' bonds to file statement of property 25
liability for funds received from any source 101
Surveyors, Commission to Five Civilized Tribes may employ 80,97
Surveys, Blackfeet Reservation, Mont 608
Cherokee Nation, expenses, how paid 726
town sites 793,795
Cherokee Strip 131
Chickasaw Nation, resurvey by Geological Survey, provisions relating to 620
Chippewa Reservation, Minn., reimbursement for expenses out of sale of lands 666
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation, ninety-eighth meridian, west 649
town sites, expenses not to be charged to tribes 651
Creek Nation, expenses, how paid 660,738
Crow Reservation in Montana, payment out of certain funds 452
Fort Belknap Reservation 604
Fort Hall Reservation, marking of boundaries 294,706
in Indian Territory, boundary monuments 82
cost limited 82
defacing, how punished 82
Geological Survey to supervise 82
instructions to be issued by Secretary of Interior 82
plats, filing of 82
rectangular system to be followed 82
of Indian lands, after allotment, readjustment of allotments 33
land office to direct 14
system of public lands surveys to be followed 14
town sites in Cherokee Nation 107,793
expenses, how paid 795
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, expenses not to be charged to tribes 107,651
Creek Nation 107
Ute lands in Colorado 185
Suspension of agents and employees by inspectors 4
chiefs for trespasses upon allotted lands 15
Swinomish, statistics 1044
Swinomish Reserve, Wash., Executive orders establishing 925

 


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