Annual Report, Volume 2

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1920
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Page 115 - May 10, 1872, and until patent has been issued therefor not less than $100 worth of labor shall be performed or improvements made during each year...
Page 100 - An Act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii...
Page 101 - AN ACT To provide for the promotion and maintenance of the American merchant marine, to repeal certain emergency legislation, and provide for the disposition, regulation, and use of property acquired thereunder, and for other purposes.
Page 100 - For the construction of mining casemates, cable galleries, torpedo storehouses, cable tanks, and other structures necessary for the operation, preservation, and care of submarine mines and their accessories, thirty-three thousand.
Page 35 - Lease sales. (a) At such times and in such manner as he may deem appropriate, the superintendent shall publish notices at least thirty days prior to the sale, unless a shorter period is authorized by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, that...
Page 120 - That nothing herein shall authorize Hie sale of the oil, gas. coal, or other minerals covered by said lands, said minerals being reserved to the use of the tribe for a period of twenty-five years...
Page 119 - An act to authorize the President of the United States to locate, construct, and operate railroads in the Territory of Alaska, and for other purposes' approved March 12, 1914
Page 120 - SEC. 6. That the lands, moneys, and mineral interests, herein provided for, of any deceased member of the Osage tribe shall descend to his or her legal heirs, according to the laws of the Territory of Oklahoma, or of the State in which said reservation may be hereinafter incorporated, except where the decedent leaves no issue, nor husband nor wife, in which case said lands, moneys, and mineral interests must go to the mother and father equally.
Page 119 - To enable the Secretary of the Interior, in his discretion and under his direction, with the advice and cooperation of the Public Health Service, to provide for the medical and sanitary relief of the Eskimos, Aleuts, Indians, and other natives of Alaska...
Page 124 - Reconnaissance of the geology and mineral resources of Prince William Sound, Alaska, by US Grant and DF Higgins. Bulletin 443, 1910, 89 pp.

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