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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1905, Part I
([1905])

Indian legislation passed during the second and third sessions of the Fifty-eighth Congress,   pp. 441-471 PDF (16.2 MB)


Page 462

462      REPORTS OF THE        DEPARTMENT       OF THE    INTERIOR. 
That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to set 
apart a tract of land not exceeding one hundred and twenty acres in extent,
immediately 
adjacent to the lands now owned by the Keller and Indiana Consolidated Smelting
Com- 
pany, in the south half of the Colville Indian Reservation, in the State
of Washington, suit- 
able in its location for a townsite, and that he cause the same to be conveyed
to such person 
as may be designated by said company to receive title thereto, upon payment
by said com- 
pany of such price as may be fixed by him, and that the money received therefrom
shall be 
deposited in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of the Colville
Indians. 
That the President be, and he is hereby, authorized to issue a fee-simple
patent to Henry 
Guitar, an Omaha Indian, for lands heretofore allotted to him in Nebraska,
to wit: 
the north east quarter of the southwest quarter, and lot four, section fifteen,
township 
twenty-five north, range six east, of the sixth principal meridian, Nebraska,
and all restric- 
tions as to the sale, incumbrance, or taxation of said lands are hereby removed.
That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to issue 
a patent in fee to Susan E. Hines, a member of the Sisseton and Wahpeton
tribe of Indians, 
for the land heretofore allotted to her in Roberts County, in the State of
South Dakota, 
and all restrictions as to sale, encumbrance, or taxation of said land is
hereby removed. 
That the Secretary of the Interior be, and hereby is, authorized and directed
to issue a 
patent in fee to Long Jim for the lands heretofore allotted to him by the
Secretary of the 
Interior on April eleventh, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, as modified
and changed by 
Department order of April twentieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, under
and by 
virtue of the agreement concluded July seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-three,
by 
and between the Secretary of the Interior and the Commissioner of Indian
Affairs and Chief 
Moses and other Indians of the Columbia and Colville reservations, commonly
known as 
the "Moses agreement," accepted, ratified, and confirmed by the
Act of Congress approved 
July fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-four (Twenty-third Statutes, pages
seventy-nine 
and eighty), and under the decision of the General Land Office of July ninth,
eighteen hun- 
dred and ninety-two, affirmed by the Department of the Interior January sixth,
eighteen 
hundred and ninety-three, to wit: the northeast quarter, northeast quarter
of the southeast 
quarter and lot one of section eleven, the northwest quarter and southwest
quarter of the 
southwest quarter of section twelve, lot one of section fourteen, and lots
one and two of 
section thirteen, township twenty-seven north, range twenty-two east, Willamette
meridian, 
Washington, free of all restrictions as to sale, incumbrance, or taxation.
That Cornelius Doxtater, Oneida allottee numbered three hundred and ninety,
to whom 
trust patent has been issued containing restrictions upon alienation, may
sell and convey 
any portion of his allottment, but such conveyance shall be subject to the
approval of the 
Secretary of the Interior, and when so approved shall convey a full title
to the purchaser 
of the same as if a final patent without restrictions had been issued to
the allottee. 
That Paith-tite, Kiowa allottee numbered twenty-six hundred and eighty-seven,
to whom 
a trust patent has been issued containing restrictions upon alienation, may
sell and convey 
not exceeding ten acres of his allotment, and that Otto Wells, Comanche allottee
numbered 
one hundred and two, to whom a similar patent has been issued, may sell and
convey not 
exceeding eighty acres of his allotment, but that such conveyances shall
be subject to the 
approval of the Secretary of the Interior, and when so approved shall convey
full title to the 
purchasers the same as if a final patent, without restrictions, had been
issued to the respective 
allottees. 
That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to issue a 
patent in fee simple to William Lyons, a Chippewa Indian, for the lands heretofore
allotted 
to him on the Fond du Lac Reservation, in the State of Minnesota, to wit:
the southeast 
quarter of the southwest quarter and the southwest quarter of the southeast
quarter of sec- 
tion twenty-one, township forty-nine north, range seventeen west of the fourth
principal 
meridian, and all restrictions as to sale, incumbrance, or taxation of said
lands are hereby 
removed. 
That the President be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to issue
a patent in fee 
to Theresa Anderson, allottee, of allotment of the lands of the Ponca Indian
Reservation in 
Boyd County, Nebraska, numbered twelve, being the southeast quarter and the
north one- 
half of the southwest quarter, and the south one-half of the northwest quarter
of section 
eight, in township thirty-three north of range eleven west of the sixth principal
meridian, 
in the county of Boyd, in the State of Nebraska; and all restrictions as
to the sale, incum- 
brance, or taxation of said lands are hereby removed. 
That the president be, and he hereby is, authorized to issue a patent in
fee to Jennie M. 
Brown, a member of the Sisseton and Wahpeton band of Sioux Indians, for lands
heretofore 
allotted to her in the State of South Dakota, and all restrictions as to
sale, incumbrance, or 
taxation of said lands are hereby removed. 
That Louisa Morgaand Mrs. Mandan (Wanyagwankewin), Yankton Sioux allottees,
to whom trust patents have been issued containing restrictions upon alienation,
may sell 
and convey all, or any part of their allotments, but that such conveyance
shall be subject to 


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