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Se 33. Arkansas Criminal Laws Made Applicable unless Conflicting
with United States Laws Jurisdiction in Criminal Cases
Punishable by Death or Imprisonment at Hard Labor, 412. 34. Jurisdiction, Protection, etc., of Indians, 412. 35. Exclusive Original Jurisdiction, 413. 36. Furisdiction Over Controversies Between Indians of Different 37. Lotteries, etc.
, Prohibited – Jurisdiction of Prosecution, 413. 38. Marriages by Clerks of Courts - Clerks to Be Recorders of
Deeds -- Pribal Marriages Valid, Issue Legitimate --- Not to
ing to Indian Laws, 414.
stables - Constables and Commissioners to Give Bonds and Take Oath - Existing Appointments of Commissioners Rati
40. Arrest, etc., for Crimes and Offenses - Warrant for Removal,
415 41. Extradition of Fugitives from Justice, 415. 42. Appeals from United States Court, 416. 43. Naturalization of Indians Certain Indians Declared Citi
zens, 416. 44. (Makes Appropriation), 416. Act of Oct. 1, 1890, ch. 1208, 416. Sec. 1. Railroads in Indian Territory May Cross, etc., Other Lines
Companies to Unite in Making Connection, etc., 416. 2. Compensation in Case of Disagreement - How to Be Assessed,
417 3. Commissioners to Qualify - to Notify and Hear Parties, 417. 4. Powers of Commissioners, 417. 5. Assessment of Damages, 417. 6. Upon Paying Award, Company May Cross, etc., 417. 7. Appeal from Commissioners' Decision - Right of Accepting
Company to Proceed, etc., Not Barred- Decision, if not
Appealed, to Be Recorded and Enforced, 418. 8. Compensation of Commissioners - Supplying Vacancies, 418. 9. Costs - How to Be Determined, 418. 6. Trains to Stop at All Intersections, etc. Discriminations For.
1. Penalty for Violations, 418. Act of March 3, 1891, ch. 517, 419.
Sec. 13. Appeals, etc., from Indian Territory Court, 419. Act of March 1, 1895, ch. 145, 419. Sec. 1. Three Fudicial Districts Created – Terms of Courts
Northern, Central, and Southern Districts, 419. 2. Two Additional Áudges — Salaries, etc. — Recess Appoint
ments -- Fudges, Powers of - Fudges May Hold Court in Other Districts — Temporary Authority of Present Fudge Attorneys and Marshals Deputy Marshals
-Bond of Marshals - Present officials — Salaries, etc.
Salaries, etc. – Additional Deputy Marshals — Assistant Attorneys, 419. 3. Clerks' Duties - Deputies - Approval of Deputies - Salaries,
etc. Clerks May Retain Fees for Certain Duties, 421.
of Court — Appointment Powers Arkansas Criminal
Criminal Jurisdiction - Appeals - Salaries, etc., 421.
Sec. 6. Furors, 424.
Change of Venue, 424.
Courts in States Repealed — Pending Cases, 425. 10. Court Rooms, etc. Prisons to Be Provided, 425. 11. Court of Appeals - Jurisdiction -- Criminal Appeals and Writs
of Error - Judge Not to_Sit on Appeal from His Own
Marshal — Terms, 426.
13. Laws to Remain in Force, 427. Act of Feb. 8, 1896, ch. 14, 427.
Circuit Court of Appeals to Retain Furisdiction of Certain
Pending Cases, 427. Act of April 25, 1896, ch. 141, 428. Sec. 1. Railroad Companies May Acquire Lands for Stations, etc. –
Conditions, 428. 2. Lands Held in Common -- Payment to Tribes — Appeal —
Approval of Location, 428. 3. Payment to Individual' Occupants — Referees -- Award
Appeal — Building May Begin on Depositing Double the
Award -- Pay of Referees and Witnesses -- Costs, 428. 4. Land to Be for Railroad Purposes Strictly — Only Twenty
Acres at One Station Must Be Contiguous to Land
Already Occupied, 429. Act of May 25, 1896, ch. 242, 429. Sec. i. Shooting at Railway Trains a Felony ; Causing Death, to Be
2. Shooting at Freight Cars, etc., a Misdemeanor, 429. Act of Fune 10, 1896, ch. 398, 430.
Survey of Lands by Geological Survey - Rectangular System,
etc. - Plats, Field-notes, etc. – Effect - Inconsistent Laws
Posts, etc. – Penalty --Fines, Informer, 430.
Applications for Citizenship - Present Tribal Rolls Con-
Government to Be Established in Indian Territory, 430.
- Accounts, How Approved, 433.
Mortgage of Nonresident, Where Recorded - Existing Mort
gages of Personalty Validated, 434. Act of Feb. 19, 1897, ch. 265, 434. Sec. 1. United States Attorney and Marshal to Receive a Salary
United States Commissioners, Duties, etc. - Salary of
Attorneys and Marshals, 434.
Examination and Report Concerning Rights of Mississippi
diction of United States Commissioners Laws Applicable
ship" Defined — Investigation of Names - Appeal — Approval of Acts, etc., of Five Civilized Tribes — Exceptions Additional Fudge for Territory – Terms of Court
, etc. Member of Appellate Court — When Fudge Ineligible,
Boundary Monuments, 438. Act of June 4, 1898, ch. 378, 438.
Railroad May Contract for Use or Lease of Connecting Lines,
438. Act of Fune 28, 1898, ch. 517, 439. Sec. 1. "Officer" Defined, 439. 2. Tribe to Be Made Party in Suits Affecting Tribal Property -
Service, 439. 3. 7urisdiction of United States Courts Over Controverted Claims
to Membership - Fudgment Removing Party, etc. – Defense of Non-citizen Holding under Lease — Value of Improvements,
etc. - Extension of Possession as Compensation, 439. 4. Possession by Intruders Denied Citizenship - Sale of Improve
ments — Improvements Appraised and Paid, 440. 5. Notice to Quit — Method of Service, 440. 6. Complaint to Be Filed by Chief, etc. - By Member of Tribe, 441. 7. Bond on Continuance, 441. 8. Fudgment of Restitution - Execution - Levy - Costs, 441. 9. Extension of Police Powers of Fort Smith — Laws for Preser
vation of Peace and Health - No Tax to Be Levied on Tribe,
441. 10. Time Within Which to Bring Actions - For Forcible Entry,
etc., 441. 11. Allotment in Severalty - Reservations - Report - Vested Legal
Rights Not Affected, etc. — Allotment Out of Lands in Possession — Ouster of Illegal Allottee — Refund by Intruders, etc.- Lien upon Improvements - Allotments Non-transferable, etc.— Acquisition by Town of Lands for Public Improvements,
442. 12. Confirmation of Allotments, 443. 13. Lease of Oil, etc., Lands — Damages for Mining Operations,
etc. – Leasehold Sanctioned by Congress Not Affected – Royalties, etc.— Preference in Releasing to Parties in Possession - Allowance for Improvements - Rate of Royalty,
443 14. Incorporation of Towns Elections Taxation Schools
Laws of Arkansas — Sale of Intoxicating Liquors Forbidden
- Prosecutions - Transfer of Leases, 444.
etc. - Filing of Plats, etc. - Appraisal of Town Lots —
Disposition of Lands When Leases Cease, 446.
Tribe - Retention of Lands, etc., until Allotment - Disposi
tion of Timber on Allotment, 447. 17. Excessive Holding of Lands, etc., a Misdemeanor, 448. 18. Penalty — Forfeiture of Property - United States Attorney to
Enforce Dispossession, 448.
- Assistance, 449
- Limit, 451.
Sec. 21. Enrolment of Cherokees, etc. -- Investigation of Claimants, etc.
– Roll of Cherokee Freedmen — Of Citizens by Blood of Other Tribes To Determine Identity of Choctaws Administration of Oaths, etc. - Roll Confirmed - Enrolment of Creek Freedmen Choctaw Freedmen Chickasaw FreedmenClaims of Citizenship in Two or More Tribes, etc. — Refusal to Make Selection Settlement Necessary to Enrolment Mississippi Choctaws Not Affected — Rolls to Be Made Descriptive — Access to, etc. — Punishment for Refusal to Produce, etc. — Enforced Appearance, etc. — Force of Rolls When Approved - Powers of Commission - Punishment for
Perjury, 449. 22. Members of One Tribe on Lands of Another Agreements as
to Allotments -- Compensation for Improvements or Removal 23. Leases of Agricultural Lands, etc., Void - Termination - Of
Allotments, etc., 451. 24. Payments to Be Placed to Tribes' Credit - Receipts, 451. 25. Lands Purchased by Delawares to Be Segregated — Rights of
Delawares to Be Determined by Court of Claims - Suits by
Cherokees, 451. 26. Termination of Tribal Laws, 452. 27. Indian Inspector for Indian Territory, 452. 28. Tribal Courts Abolished — Transfer of Cases to United States
Court – When to Take Effect, 452. 29. Ratification of Agreement with Choctaws and Chickasaws, 453. 30. Ratification of Agreement Between Commission to Five Civilized
Tribes and Muscogee Tribe, 462. Act of July 1, 1898, ch. 545, 467.
Appeals from United States Courts, Indian Territory, Direct
to Supreme Court, 467. Act of March 1, 1899, ch. 324, 468.
Commissioners to Five Civilized Tribes - Authority Continued,
468. Act of May 7, 1900, ch. 384, 468.
United States Commissioner for Wewoka, 468.
Recording Chattel Mortgages, 468.
thority - No Enrolment Unless Citizen - Mississippi Choc-
Sale of Their Allotments Void — Surveys of Town Sites, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Cherokee Nations Plats of Towns and Villages — Competent Surveyors -- Plats, Where Filed -Contract Vork - Work of Commissions to Begin on Approval of Survey - Creek and Cherokee Town-site Commissions, How Appointed - Duties -- Valuation --- Separate Town-site Commissions for Towns, How Appointed — Towns May Make Surveys – Appraisal and Sale of Lots — Pay of Delayed Commission — Removal of Commissioners Corporate and Town-site Limits - Exterior Limits, How Fixed
Town-sites Railroad Stations - Survey and Sale — Com. pensation for Occupants' Improvements --- Existing Surveys
Unaffected, 468. Act of Fune 6, 1900, ch. 795, 471. Sec. 1. Central Judicial District – Terms of Court, Where Held,
2. Pending Causes Transferred, 471. Act of Fune 6, 1900, ch. 802, 472.
Timber and Stone - Rules for Procurement — Destruction of -