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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1892
([1892])

Indian legislation passed during the first session of the Fifty-second Congress,   pp. 709-727 PDF (8.5 MB)


Page 709

INDIAN LEGISLATION PASSED DURING THE FIRST SESSION OF THE FIFTY- 
SECOND CONGRESS.* 
CHAP. 2.-An act providing for the completion of the allotment of lands to
the January 28,1892 
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians.                                 27 Stats.,
p. 1. 
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United2 
States of Americain Congress assembled, That the sum of fifteen thou- Cheyenne
and 
sand dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appro- A rap
a hoe In- 
dians. 
priated to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise Appropriation
appropriated, for the purpose of completing the allotment pro- for alloting
vided for in the agreement with the Cheyenne and Arapahoe In- lands. 
dians in Oklahoma, ratified by Act approved March third, eighteen 
hundred and ninety-one, including th  pay and expenses of the Vol. 26, p.
1023. 
n.cessary special agents and the necessary re-surveys, which sum 
shall be immediately available and be expended under the direc- 
tion of the Secretary of the Interior for the purposes herein ex- 
pressed. 
Approved, January 28, 1892. 
CHAP. 3. -An act to amend an act entitled "An act granting the right
of way February 3, 1892 
to the Hutchison and Southern Railroad Company through the Indian Terri-
tory."                                                        27 Stats.,
p. 2. 
Be it enacted bythe Senate and Iouseof Representatives of the United  Hutch
iso n 
States of America in Congress assembled, That the act entitled "An and
Southern 
act granting the right of way to.the Hutchison and Southern Railroad Com-
pany, right o f 
Railroad Company to construct and operate a railroad, telegraph, way. 
and telephone line from the city of Anthony, in the State of Kan- Vol. 26,
p. 486, 
sas, through the Indian Territory, to some point in the county of amended.
Grayson, in the State of Texas," approved September twenty-sixth, 
eighteen hundred and ninety, be, and the same is hereby, amended 
as follows: 
"That said railroad company be, and they are hereby, author- Extension
of 
ized toextend and operate said road, telegraph and telephone line road from
Guth- 
rie, Okla., author- 
with like powers and privileges and under like limitations and ized. 
conditions as are provided in said original act, in a south-easterly 
or southerly direction from the terminus of said road under said 
original act, to wit: From its connection with the Santa Fe Rail- 
road at or near the city of Guthrie, in the Territory of Oklahoma, 
or some point north of there within a distance of twenty miles to 
the southern boundary of said Indian Territory, at or near a point 
north of the city of Denison, in the State of Texas. 
SECTION 2. That said original act described in section one of Time for con-
this act, and the amendment thereto, shall extend and be in full struction
ex- 
tended. 
force and effect for the period of three years from the approval of Vol.
26, p. 488. 
this amendment or act. 
Approved, February 3, 1892. 
*This does not include items of appropriations for the Indian service unless
they involve new legislation. 
709 
=End 


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