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FIFTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 3504. 1906. 373 purchaser the same as if a final patent without restriction had been issued to the allottee. That for the purpose of allowing any Indian allottee to sell for l`_‘ffQ,‘},‘j§§",,l""};?,§‘,,,c_ town—site purposes any portion of the lands allotted to him the Secre— ¤<>¤¤1‘¤¤¤<>v<=¤ i¤- tary of the Interior may, by order, remove restrictions upon the alienation of such lands and issue fee—simple patents therefor under such rules and regulations as he may prescribe. _ _ That upon the recommendation of the Commissioner to the Five ,,,,fi'f,}}§f’“° ““"°“l"` Civilized Tribes and with the approval of the Secretary of the Interior any allottee in the Indian Territory may be permitted to survey and plat at his own expense for town-site purposes his allotment when the same is located along the line of any railroad where stations are lotmted. _ That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized QQ’;‘}f§,§‘{,§‘e*,f{’,§}’§,,,,dS and directed to investigate the allotments made to It ko ki po pi or <>f¤<-=¤¤i¤- Joshua, John Joshua, Thomas Bull, Sarah Bull, and Lillie Bull, Yankton Sioux allottees numbered eleven hundred and thirty-nine, eleven hundred and forty, eleven hundred and thirty-six, eleven hundred and thirty-se£en, and eleven hundred and thirty-eight, respectively; and if he becomes satisfied that there did not in fact exist said allottees or any of them at the time the said allotments were made, he is hereby authorized and directed to reallot the lands embraced in said allotments to the members of the Yankton tribe who were entitled to _ allotment but failed to receive lands when the Indians of said tribe were allotted lands in severalty. _ That the restrictions contained in terms, or by rovisions of law then §‘g§'{1}‘}‘,jf}’,}’,§§‘*°n in force, upon the patent issued on the tenth day of June, eighteen 1¤¤•1¤¤f, remvvedhundred and eightymine, to Angelique Dupuis, on the followingdescribed property, to wit; The south half of the southeast quarter of section seventeen and the north half of the northeast quarter of sec· ' tion twenty, township one hundred and twenty-four north, of range fifty west, principal meridian, in the Territory (now the State) of South Dakota, be, and the same are hereby, removed; and the heirs of the said Angelique Dupuis are hereby vested with title in fee simple in and to said land, and authorized to sell and convey the same, sulgect to the laws of the State of South Dakota relating to the estates of ecedents. That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized, wX““:,{g“ $3,;*;*; in his discretion, to issue fee-simple patents to the following parties Sign:. i I H to for the lands heretofore allotted to them: Collins La Monte, ullottee cmliii 5li>€¤iel.°° numbered eight hundred and thirty-seven; Mrs. Artie Barber, allottee numbered five hundred and seventy-four; Mrs. Mary S. Rouse, Ellen Young, Julia D. Pivotte, and Joseph Leonard Smith, Yankton Sioux allottees numbered five hundred and ninety-seven, eleven hun; dred and three, eight hundred and ninety-seven, two hundred and forty-nine (and four hundred and eighty-eight), respectively; Charles Henry Bonnin, Mercy Conger Bonnin, Joseph Shunk Laroche, Julia Shunk Laroche, Hermine Shunk, Alexander Shunk, William Shunk, Yankton Sioux allottees, and Jennie Quinn, a Sisseton and Wahpeton allottee, and the issuance of said patents shall operate as a removal of all restrictions as to the sale, encumbrance, or taxation of the lands so patented. S. to dw h That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized, ¤,,,`§§,,,;`_°° ° °°` in his discretion, to issue fee-simple patents to the following parties wmgf£l“ °° for the lands heretofore allotted to them: Daniel Dowan, Annie B. White, William B. Robertson, Henry Red Earth, Samuel Quinn, Jennie M. Bailly, Sarah La Batte, John La Batte, Mason S. La Batte, Mary Wynde, Viola Moore, formerly Viola Faribault, Joseph R. Brown, junior, Amanda Brown, and Arthur Gray Cloud, Sisseton and Wahpeton allottees, and the issuance of said patents shall operate as a removal of all restrictions as to the sale, encumbrauce, or taxation of the lands so patented.