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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
OFFICE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS,
Washington, February 27, 1915. I, Cato Sells, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, do hereby certify that I have compiled the acts and parts of acts of Congress enacted from the year 1890 to the year 1914, inclusive, relating to the Five Civilized Tribes of Indians of Oklahoma, and that the copies of the acts and parts of acts of Congress hereto attached and forming said compilation are true copies of said acts and parts of acts as the same appear in the printed volumes of the United States Statutes at Large.
În testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and caused the seal of this office to be affixed on the day and year first above written. SEAL.]
CATO SELLS, Commissioner.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS.
RESOLUTION BY MR. CARTER.
Resolved, That the Committee on Indian Affairs shall have printed 1,000 copies of the compilation of laws relating to the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma.
I hereby certify that the above resolution was adopted unanimously at a regular meeting of the Committee on Indian Affairs held in the Indian Affairs committee room this 19th day of February, 1915, at which a quorum of said committee were present.
J. V. TOWNSEND, Clerk. 4.
Act of March 28, 1890—An act to extend "An act to grant the right of
way to the Kansas City and Pacific Railroad Company through the
Indian Territory, and for other purposes (26 Stat. L., 32) ---
Territory of Oklahoma, to enlarge the jurisdiction of the United States
court in the Indian Territory, and for other purposes (26 Stat. L., 81).
Company in the Territory of Oklahoma and in the Indian Territory
Act of June 30, 1890--An act to grant the right of way to the Pittsburgh,
Columbus and Fort Smith Railway Company through the Indian Ter-
ritory, and for other purposes (26 Stat. L., 184)--
the county of Grayson, in the State of Texas (26 Stat. L., 485).
and Northwestern Railway Company through the Indian Territory, and
for other purposes (26 Stat. L., 632)---
claims of the Shawnee and Delaware Indians and the freedmen of the
Cherokee Nation, and for other purposes (26 Stat. L., 636) -
rights to mine coal in the Choctaw Nation (26 Stat. L., 640)-----