Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904.
|Chap. 177||Legislative, executive, and judicial expenses appropriations.
[28 Stat., 795.]
|Chap. 177||Cherokee Nation. Account of moneys due, referred to Attorney-General.
Ante, p. 492.
|Chap. 177||Provisos. Restatement.|
|Chap. 177||No allowance for interest.|
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
That the account of moneys due the Cherokee Nation under any of the treaties made in the years eighteen hundred and seventeen, eighteen hundred and nineteen, eighteen, hundred and twenty-five, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, eighteen hundred and thirty-five, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, eighteen hundred and forty-six, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, and eighteen hundred and sixty-eight and any laws passed by the Congress of the United States for the purpose of carrying said treaties, or any of them, into effect, prepared in accordance with the provisions of the Act of March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, and reported to Congress in House Executive Document Numbered One hundred and eighty-two, Fifty-third Congress, third session, be referred to the Attorney-General, and he is hereby authorized and directed to review the conclusions of law reached by the Department of the Interior in said account and report his conclusions thereon to Congress at its next regular session: Provided, he may, if he deems such action advisable, refer said account to the Auditor for the Interior Department for a restatement thereof in accordance with the conclusions of law reached by him; which account, when made by the Auditor for the Interior Department, shall be transmitted to the Comptroller of the Treasury for consideration, both upon the law and the facts, and by him, when completed, transmitted to the Attorney-General for
report to Congress at its next regular session, as above provided: Provided further, That in making such review and restatement there shall be no computation for interest.
Approved, March 2, 1895.