Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1469

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INDEX. 3123 Fuheries Commi3sion, Internaiional Hali- Pap. but, appropriation for expenses_ _ _______ 28, 1106 Fisheries, Salmon (see Alaska Fisheries). Fishers Island Corporation, tract of Fort H. G. Wright may be sold to___________________________ 1305 deposit of proceeds into military post construction fund_________ 1305 Fi.,k, G.ertr!,de (widow), pensIOn Increased_ _ __ ________ ______ _ 2203 Fisk, Lilian A. (widow), pension increased___________________ 1970 Fissel, Samuel (son), pension____________________________ 1774 Fist, Cc:the;ine (widow), pensIOn Increased_ __________ ___ ____ _ 1750 Fiste, Samuel L., pension____________________________ 1834 Fitch, qha~lotte E. (widow), pensIOn Increased_ _ ______________ __ _ 2130 Fitchburg, Maas., appropriation for public building______ 1042 deficiency appropriation for public building at__ ________ ____ ___ __ 920 Fitts, John L. (son), pension____________________________ 1776 Fitz, Emma J. (widow), pension increased_ _ ____ ____ __ ______ _ 2091 Fitzgerald, Ga., bridge authorized acr088 Ocmulgee River, at.____ _________ ____ __ _ 403 time extended for bridging Ocmulgee IUver,at____________________ 1447 Fitzgerald, James J., pension____________________________ 2311 Fitzgerald, John I., refund of bail bond _________________ 2261 Fitzgerald, John J., monthly payments to, authorized for disease contracted in Emergency Fleet Corporation____________ 2027 Fitzgerald, Mary E. (widow), pension increased___________________ 1956 Fitzgerald, Mary L. (widow), pension____________________________ 1792 Fitzgerc:id,.Mary')'. (widow), pensIOn Increased .. __ ___ __ __ ___ __ __ __ 1933 FitzMaurice, James C., distinguished fiying cross to be presented to Ehrenfried Gunther von H uen- efeld, Herman Koehl, and, for first airplane nonstop flight from Europe to North America______ 482 Fitzmaurice, Maggie (widow), pension increased_ _ ______ ___________ 1756 Fitzpatrick! Catherine (widow), pensIOn Increased___________________ 2150 Fitzpatrick, Daniel B., pension____________________________ 2236 Fitzwater, John, pension____________________________ 2239 Fitzwa~er, !-ucinda (widow), pensIOn Increased_ _ ______ __ ____ _____ 1893 Five Civilized Tribes oj Indians, Okla., appropriation for expenses of Rttorneys, etc., in probate matters affecting restricted allottees, etc ______ 205,1567 for expenl!eS, selling tribal property. from proceeds _____________ 206,1568 segregated Choctaw and Chicka- saw coal and asphalt lands included, etc ___________ -- __ 206, 1568 for final settlement of affairs oL____ 206 Five Civilized Tribes of Indians, Okla. - Pap. Continued. appropriation for tribal schools; allot- ments designated __________ 216,1577 for per capita, etc., payments, equal- ization or allotments, etc ____ 223, 1584 payments authorized from tribal funds to designated officials_ 224, 1585 for expenses of attorneys, etc ____ 224,1585 deficiency appropriation for equalizing Chickasaw allotments of freed- men_________________________ 1617 for administration of affairs of ___ 1671, 1673 detailed report of all expenditures from appropriation for support, to be submitted annually ________ 221, 1583 restricted lands of each Indian, in excess of 160 acres, subject to State taxation, after April 26, 1931._ _ 733 owner to select exempted tract._ __ __ 733 selection by superintendent, on fail- ure of Indian, or if owner a minor, etc__________________________ 733 designated lands exempt from taxa- tion while title remains in the Indian ______________________ _ limitation of exemption period ___ _ tax exemption not to exceed 160 734 734 acres________________________ 734 restriction against alienation etc., of allotments to members of one- half or more Indian blood, fur- ther extended _______________ _ removal authorized upon application 495 of owners, etc________________ 495 provisions for removing restrictions on death of allottees, continued____ 495 from homesteads of decedent allottees, repealed ____________________ _ provisions for disposal of property by wili continued until April 26, 1956 _______________________ _ minerals produced from restricted allot- ted lands of, subject to taxation after April 26, 1931. ___ ____ __ _ payment of, from funds of individual Indian owners _______________ _ restricted lands in exceBB of 160 acres subject to State taxation after 495 496 496 496 April 26, 1931. ______ ________ _ 496 selection by owner of tract to be certi- fied as exempt_______________ _ by superintendent on failure of 496 owner, or if legally incompetent_ 496 designated lands exempt from taxa- tion, while title remains in owner, etc _________________________ _ period of exemption limited _____ _ not over 160 acres exempt ______ _ no restrictions reimposed, nor taxation 496 496 496 496 exempted, by the Act ________ _ Superintendent of, placed under civil service rules, etc_____ ________ _ 1583 time extended for filing suits in Court of Claims of Cherokees _______ _ Seminoles _______________________ _ Creeks __________________________ _ Choctaws and Chickasaws ________ _ unexpended balance of appropriation, for costs in suiis of Indian allot- tees, covered in ______________ _ for equalizing allotments, Creek Freedmen, covered in ________ _ Cherokee Orphan Training School ______________________ _ for 1229 1230 1230 1230 215 215 215