Report of the Department of the Interior ... [with Accompanying Documents]., Volume 2

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1914
 

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Contents

Legislation
37
Traders claims against Indians
39
Indian art
40
Cooperation with Bureau of Mines
41
Patents in fee
42
Allotments
43
Conclusion
44
Table 1 Work and force of Indian Office since 1899 compared
46
Indian population of United States 1913
47
Indians under Federal supervision allotted and unallotted
62
Marriages missionaries churches language dress citizenship
65
Crimes misdemeanors and arrests for drunkenness
70
Reservations authority for establishing and areas not allotted or specially reserved
72
Report of the Commissioner of the Five Civilized TribesContinued
82
Areas of Indian lands allotted and unallotted
90
Use of agency and school lands value of products raised
94
Patents in fee issued to mission organizations
100
Lands opened for settlement since 1898
101
Valuation of Indian property and incomes
105
Farming
112
Crops raised
117
Stock raising
122
Industries other than farming and stock raising
125
Employment of Indians
132
Vital statistics deaths from tuberculosis dwellings
138
Tuberculosis and trachoma
144
Hospitals and sanatoria
147
Indians selfsupporting and those receiving rations
149
Miscellaneous supplies issued
153
School population and attendance
156
Capacity of schools children unprovided for
163
Schools location employees attendance
169
School libraries
180
Schools average attendance and appropriations since 1876
183
Industrial instruction and value of articles made
184
Demonstration farms
186
Suppression of liquor traffic
187
Timber on reservations
189
Sawmills on reservations and timber cut
192
Cost of care and protection of timber
195
Irrigating ditches on reservations areas irrigable and under Page projects
197
Expenditures for irrigation
200
Areas irrigable under and not under projects and irrigated land cultivated
203
Use of irrigated areas
206
Allotments approved and made
208
Live stock belonging to tribes and individuals
223
Stock belonging to Indians sold and slaughtered
228
Government property valuations
232
Government property valuations classified
255
Property of individual Indians value
259
Property of Indians tribal and individual value
264
Employees school and agency
267
Employees miscellaneous field
276
Employees in Indian Service recapitulation
277
Appropriations and disbursements for Indian Service
278
Account of Commissioner of Indian Affairs
281
Sales of Indian lands receipts and disbursements
282
Treaty liabilities of the United States to Indians
284
Interestbearing tribal funds held in trust by Government
286
Incomes of Indian tribes
289
Pro rata shares of tribal trust funds settled
292
Volume of business in Indian warehouses
293
Supplies for the Indian Service
295
Der to the Fire
351
Report of the Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes
407
Introductory
409
General statement
414
Allotment and sale of unallotted lands
416
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations
417
Cherokee Nation
418
Creek Nation
419
Seminole Nation
420
Equalization of allotments
421
Auction sale of unallotted lands
422
Timber lands
429
Report of the Commissioner of the Five Civilized TribesContinued Page
430
Report of the Commissioner to the Five Civilized TribesContinued Page
501
General conditions
513
National forests and other reservations
520
Detention hospitals
532
Utilization of waterpower sites
538
Report of the Governor of AlaskaContinued Page
541
boola
545
A Statement of library and museum fund
551
Report of the mine inspector for the Territory of Alaska
609
General conditions
619
Legislature
629
Report of the governor of HawaiiContinued Page
644
CourtsContinued Page
695
United States Climatological Service
706

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Page 588 - States providing for taxes on business and trade, or to the act entitled " an act to provide for the construction and maintenance of roads, the establishment and maintenance of schools, and the care and support of insane persons in the District of Alaska, and for other purposes...
Page 595 - May, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, and until a patent has been issued therefor, not less than one hundred dollars' worth of labor shall be performed or improvements made during each year.
Page 595 - He shall devote his entire time and attention to the duties of his office.
Page 596 - Mining claims upon veins or lodes of quartz or other rock in place bearing gold, silver, cinnabar, lead, tin, copper, or other valuable deposits...
Page 593 - Provided, that nothing herein shall prevent the transportation of any dead birds or animals killed during the season when the same may be lawfully captured, and the export of which is not prohibited by law in the State, Territory, or District in which the same are killed.
Page 419 - That no contract involving the payment or expenditure of any money or affecting any property belonging to any of said tribes or nations made by them or any of them or by any officer thereof, shall be of any validity until approved by the President of the United States.
Page 23 - ... as amended by the act of March 21, 1918 (40 Stat. 458; 43 USC 335, 337, 338), authorize the Secretary of the Interior, under rules and regulations to be prescribed by him, to grant relief to certain classes of desert-land claimants.
Page 420 - Equalization of allotments per capita and other payments authorized by law to individual members of the respective tribes, tribal and other Indian schools for the current fiscal year under existing law, salaries and contingent expenses of governors, chiefs, assistant chiefs, secretaries, interpreters, and mining trustees of the tribes...
Page 598 - SEC. 5. That any placer-mining claim attempted to be located in violation of this act shall be null and void, and the whole area thereof may be located by any qualified locator as if no such prior attempt had been made.
Page 592 - I, chap. 13, sec. 186) states that all persons concerned in the commission of a crime, whether they directly commit the act constituting the crime or aid and abet in its commission, though not present, are principals, and to be tried and punished as such.

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