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26. lappuse - ... States v. County of Kootenai, Idaho (290 Fed. 628), it being also held that patents so issued did not convey the legal title and that the lands were not subject to taxation during the years the invalid patents were outstanding. Many of the fee patents erroneously so issued have since been canceled under authority of the act of February 26, 1927 (44 Stat. 1247), as amended by the act of February 21, 1931 (46 Stat.
32. lappuse - An Indian, as defined by the Indian Service, includes any person of Indian blood who through wardship, treaty, or inheritance has acquired certain rights. The Census Bureau defines an Indian as a person having Indian blood to such a degree as to be recognized in his community as an Indian. Furthermore, the population enumerated at the Federal agencies is not necessarily domiciled on or near the reservations.
18. lappuse - The act making appropriations for the Department of the Interior for the fiscal year 1931...
34. lappuse - ... jurisdiction. Of the 32,447 Indians residing elsewhere on April 1, 1930, 41 were living in the New England States, 208 in the Middle Atlantic, 3,633 in the East North Central, 9,234 in the West North Central, 437 in the South Atlantic, 93 in the East South Central, 2,166 in the West South Central, 5,120 in the Mountain States, and 6,024 in the Pacific States, and for 5,491 Indians the residence was either not reported or unknown. Oklahoma has far more Indians than any other State. If the Federal...