Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1403

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INDEX. 3057 Chippewa Indians in Minnesota, P ..~e. appropriation for tuition of children in State public schools ___ 219,1577,1580 for support of hospitals for ______ 221,1582 for support, etc., from tribal funds; dispositionoL ____ -- --- --- 223,1584 for aid to indigent; immediately available_ _ _ _ ________________ 1584 Court of Claims, if judgment by, in favor of 1)laims of, to determine whether payment be made from Red Lake Band trust funds_ _ _ _ 601 if inadequatet then by United States_ 601 use of Red Lake Reservation land forbidden____________________ 601 attorneys for Red Lake Band author- ized _______ ~_________________ 601 in suit in Court of Claims, for payment of relinquished land, expenses allowed attorneys in preparing cases, specified________________ 424 payable from time to time, from funds of Indians______________ 424 restrictbn on other expenses_ _ _ ____ 424 expenses incurred subject to approval of Commissioner of Indian Af- fairs and Secretary of the Inte- rior_________________________ 424 per capita payment to be made to enrolled members of, from princi- palfund_____________________ 314 ratification and acceptance by the Indians______________________ 315 money not subject to liens, etc______ 315 village site reseryed for, on Chippewa Reservation __________________ 684 Chippewa Indians of Lake Superior, Wis., deficiency appropriation for _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ 47 Chippewa Indians of the .Mi8sissippi, Minn., appropriation for support of schools_ 213, 1580 Chippewa Indians, Wis., Saint Croix, appropriation for fulfilling treaty with, by purchast.. of land, etc., for _ 226, 1587 discretionary cash payments __ 226, 1587 Chiropractic, D. C ., licenses required to practice_ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ 1335 Chin Chiu Irrigation Project, Ariz., appropriation for pumping plants __ 210, 1572 Choctaw Agency, Miss., appropriation for employees' cottages_ _ 1567 Choctaw and Chickasaw Coal and Asphalt Lands, Okla., existing mining leases of, may be ex- tended______________________ 737 applications to be made; all royalties due must be paid_____________ 738 purchasers of coal or asphalt deposits on segregated mineral lands to pay within 60 days all balances due________________________ 738 discretionary extension of time per- mitted; limit_ _______________ 738 monthly installments required_ _ _ _ _ 738 security for payments to be fur- nished______________________ 738 forfeiture of all rights on failure to pay any ir.stallment in one month after due_____________ 738 Dotification to representatives of Chick- asaws and Choctaws of applica- tion for extension of time to pay deferred installments_ _ _ _ _ __ __ i38 possession to be taken of all expired, forfeited, etc., leased deposits_ _ 738 Choctaw and Chickasaw Indian Hospital, 1'8~e. Okla., appropriat:on for m!\intenance, etc., of; X-ray equipmenL ________ 221,1582 Choctaw and Chicka8aw Indians, Okla., appropriation for per capita payments to, from trust funds _______ 223, 1584 time extended for filing suit in Court of Claims, by ________________ 1230 Choctaw Indian Hflspital, Miss., appropriation for maintenance, etc., o~ _______________________ 22~ 1581 for purchase of land_______________ 1581 'Choctaw Indians of Mississippi, appropriation for lands for full blood; repaymenL _______________ 206,1568 for education of full blood_________ 215 for day school plant____________ 216,15i8 Choctaw Indians, Dkla. (see also Five Civilized Tribes), appropriation for expenses of land sales within coal and asphalt area oL __________________ 206,1568 for tribal schools ______________ 216,1577 allotment_ _ _ ________ __ ________ 216 land, etc., for Wheelock Academy_ 216 forcommonschools __________ .; 220,1580 for fulfilling treaties with_ _ _____ 225, 1587 Choctawhatchee River, bridge authorized across, in Dale Choctawh3~h~~t~iv!!.~-i~: 'iL~-iX~:,- ---- preliminary examination of, and tribu- 1)77 taries, for flood controL _ _ __ __ _ 1164 Cholera, appropriation for prevention of epi- demic ____________________ 174,1040 Cholera, Hog, appropriation for investigating, treat- ing,ttc ___________________ 54~ 1197 Choptank River, bridge authorized across, at Cam- bridge, Md___________________ 1313 Chowan River, bridge authorized across, in Gated ltnd Hertford Counties, N. C _ _ _ __ _ _ 1434 Chris1nfLn, .Edna Olney (widow), pensIOn mcreased ___________________ 2234 Chrismfln, !-ydia I. (uidow), pensIOn mcreased___________________ 1908 Christ, William D., credit allowed in postal accounts oL _ _ 2264 Christian, Jane (widow), pension increased_ _ __ __ __ __ ___ __ __ _ _ 2159 Christi~, ll?inois (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ _ ___ _ __________ ___ 2185 Christopher., Josephine (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ _ ___ ________ _ __ __ _ 2087 Christy! Ca,rrie W. (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ _ ___ ___ ________ ___ 2085 Church! Ho.rtense J. S . (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ _ ___ _ ____ _________ 1963 Church! Mlfrgaret A. (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ _ ___ __ _ ____ __ _____ 2194 Church, Sarah R. L . (widow), pension increased_ _ __ __ __ __ ___ _ _ __ __ 1954 Ch1.rchill, -! ulia (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ ___ ______ ___ _____ _ 2250 Churns! A~na L. (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ _________ _________ 1738 Cicero, Ill., easement granted to, over parcel of Government land ____________ _ 412 Cigars, package requirements for, modified ___ _ 866