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Final homestead commissions : For 160 acres, at $1.25 per acre.

$4.00 For 80 acres, at $1.25 per acre.

2.00 For 40 acres, at $1.25 per acre.

1.00 For 160 acres, at $2.50 per acre.

8.00 For 80 acres, at $2.50 per acre.

4.00 For 40 acres, at $2.50 per acre.

2. 00 NOTE.—These commissions must be tendered with the homestead proof, together with testimony fees at 15 cents per hundred words. The commissions are not earned unless the proof is approved.

Military bounty land warrants and Porterfield warrants: For locating a 160-acre warrant.

$4.00 For locating a 120-acre warrant

3. 00 For locating an 80-acre warrant.

2. 00 For locating a 60-acre warrant.

1.50 For locating a 40-acre warrant.

1.00 State selections : For each final location of 160 acres (or fraction thereof) under any grant of Congress to States (except for agricultural colleges)

$2.00 No fees are chargeable on State swamp-land selections, but a fee of $2 is to be collected on each location of 160 acres or fraction thereof made with swampland indemnity certificates.

Railroad and other selections: For each final location of 160 acres (or fraction thereof) by railroad or other corporations--

$2.00 Agricultural college scrip: For each piece of agricultural college scrip located..

$4.00 Private land scrip, Valentine scrip: For each piece of scrip filed on unsurveyed lands.

$1.00 For each location of scrip----

1.00 Supreme Court scrip:

No fees or commissions are allowed on the locations of Supreme Court scrip nor on the location of Indian scrip or other private land scrip, except as specifically provided for by law and instructions.

Reducing testimony to writing :

Fees for reducing testimony to writing are allowed at the rate of 15 cents per 100 words.

T'ranscripts from records :

Registers and receivers are entitled to charge at the rate of 10 cents per 100 words for making transcripts of their records for individuals.

Plats and diagrams:
Lists for taxation purposes, 10 cents per entry.
Soldiers' additional homesteads:

The fees and commissions in connection with soldiers' additional homestead applications will be computed in the same manner as are ordinary homestead fees and commissions. The original fee and commissions and final commissions will be collected together at the same time, and must be applied before certificate issues.

INDEX.

Page.

1
13
10
12

5
75
13
11
14
15

3
13
3
8
4
14
17

544
529
562
340
552

Abandoned military reservations, disposed of --

Desert entries on, in Nevada----
Extension of time for payments on Fort Assinniboine-
Extension of time for payments on Fort Niobrara.
Fort Assinniboine, Mont-
Fort Bridger Reservation, Carey Act extended to---
Fort Buford, N. Dak..
Fort Niobrara, Nebr..
Fort Randall, S. Dak..
Gig Harbor Reservation.
Grants to municipalities_-
Homesteads on, in Nevada-
Reservations opened prior to August 23, 1894.
Rockyboy's Indians on Fort Assinniboine--
Preference right of entry-
Sale of, in Washington.

Vashon Island.--
Acts of Congress :

March 3, 1853–Grant to California
July 17, 1854-Sioux half-breed scrip-
February 14, 1859_School grant to Oregon.
July 1, 1862—Union Pacific Railroad grant_.
March 21, 1864—School lands in Nevada -
July 2, 1864—

Northern Pacific Railroad grant-

Union Pacific Railroad grant amended.
July 4, 1866-Surveys in Nevada---
July 23, 1866–California selections -
July 25, 1866–Oregon & California Railroad grant.
July 27, 1866 Atlantic & Pacific and Southern Pacific Railroad

grants
June 25, 1868—Time extended to Oregon & California Railroad Co.--
April 10, 1869

Extension of time to Oregon & California Railroad Co..

Northern Pacific Railroad grant.
May 31, 1870—Northern Pacific Railroad Co. to issue bonds_
June 28, 1870—Southern Pacific Railroad grant.--
March 3, 1871-Southern Pacific Railroad grant.--
April 20, 1871-Atlantic & Pacific Railroad authorized to issue bonds.
April 5, 1872—Valentine scrip-
June 1, 1874-Dispossessed occupants.
June 6, 1874Expenditures on certain mineral claims.
June 16, 1874–Traveling expenses_.
June 18, 1874Patents for lands granted to Oregon.
June 22, 1874–Settlers on railroad lands---
February 11, 1875—Credit for expenditures on tunnel, mineral claim.
March 3, 1875—

Grant to Colorado
Indian homesteads_---
Railroad rights of way-

Settlers on railroad lands_
April 21, 1876-Settlers on railroad lands.
May 5, 1876–Missouri and Kansas not subject to mineral laws..
July 31, 1876–Survey of railroad lands----
March 1, 1877—California indemnity selections.

346
343
552
544
356

351
360

361
349
349
354
355
355
530
202
270
483
562
381
270

546
207
407
382
382
271
377
545

Acts of Congress—Continued.
March 3, 1877—

Page.
Proofs, before whom made.

190
Desert-land entries

83
States where no land offices.

483
Town sites

615
June 3, 1878
Notice of contest_

189
Timber and stone lands.--.

607
Timber for mining and domestic purposes.

271
Use of timber on mineral lands_---

597
June 19, 1878-Patents to be signed by clerk appointed by President - 118
March 3, 1879—

Director of Geological Survey to have no interest in land---- 120
Notice of final proof.--

191
Settlers on railroad lands-

383
July 1, 1879—Settlers on railroad lands in Missouri and Arkansas. 384
January 22, 1880-Application for mineral patent by agent..

272
May 14, 1880–
Preference right to successful contestant-

189
Relinquishments

188
Settlers given preference right of entry.

178
June 8, 1880—Settlers who become insane..

179
June 9, 1880-Proof, before whom made_

191
June 15, 1880
Suits for trespass on timberlands_

598
Ute Indian lands...

245
June 16, 1880
Repayments

488
School grant to Nevada---

552
January 13, 1881–Settlers on restored railroad lands_

384
March 3, 1881-Title not established to mineral claim.

283
April 26, 1882—Agent may verify adverse mineral claim.

273
July 28, 1882—Umcompahgre and White River Ute lands_

245
August 7, 1882—Deposit for surveys.---

584
March 3, 1883–
Alabama not subject to mineral land laws.-

273
Fees allowed registers and receivers.---

484
Proceeds of Indian reservations covered into Treasury-

208
April 2, 1884—Colorado indemnity selections...

546
May 17, 1884 Mineral lands in Alaska.

37
July 4, 1884-
Indian homesteads_-

208
Rules for agents and attorneys.

121
July 5, 1884—Abandoned military reservations, disposition of...

1
July 7, 1884—Appointment of assistant commissioner.

118
February 25, 1885-Unlawful occupancy of public lands.

629
May 6, 1886-Settlers on railroad lands.---

385
July 6, 1886-Atlantic & Pacific Railroad forfeiture.

356
July 10, 1886-Taxation of railroad lands.--

376
August 4, 1886— No fees to registers and rceivers in excess of $3,000. 484
February 8, 1887-Indian allotments --

209
March 3, 1887–Settlers on railroad lands.-

385
October 2, 1888--Storage reservoirs in arid regions.-

495
October 19, 1888—Indians may surrender patents and receive other
allotments

214
January 14, 1889—Chippewa Indian lands...

247
February 16, 1889-Dead timber on Indian lands

214
February 22, 1889–Grant to Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota,
and Washington

549
March 2, 1889
Additional homestead entries..

168
Price of forfeited railroad land.

388, 522
Lands withdrawn from private entry..

66
Leave of absence because of crop failure, etc.-

186
Proof to be made within 10 days following date set.

192
July 3, 1890—Grant to Idaho

547

Acts of Congress—Continued.

Page.
July 10, 1890_School grant to Wyoming-

564
August 29, 1890—Settlers on railroad lands_

388
August 30, 1890
Patents to reserve right of way for ditches, etc.

498
Reservoir sites

495
Three hundred and twenty acre limitation.-

171
September 29, 1890—Settlers on forfeited railroad lands--

388
September 30, 1890
Cemeteries and parks

620
Extension of time for payments on homestead and preemption
entries..

326
October 1, 1890-
Abandoned military reservations in Nevada.---

13
Proofs during vacancy in office of register and receiver.

192
Settlers on Northern Pacific Railroad lands---

399
February 18, 1891-Settlers on forfeited railroad lands---

391
February 28, 1891-
Indemnity school selections_

566
Indian allotments---

215
March 3, 1891-
Annette Islands, Alaska-

20
Correction of errors, patent after two years from receipt.

198
Desert-land entries.--

84
Limit on reservoir sites.-

496
Maximum area of entries not to include mineral land.

171
Preemption laws repealed-

326
President may set aside forest reserves

105
Private land claims.----

328
Right of way for ditches, etc.

498
Sale of public lands---

523
Small holding claims.--

332
Suits to annul patents to be brought in six years.

199
Timber depredation suits in certain States...

599
Town sites on mineral lands.

274, 616
Town sites in Alaska----

56
June 25, 1892-Settlers on forfeited railroad lands---

391
July 26, 1892—Preference right to successful contestant-

189
August 4, 1892–
Building stone subject to placer laws..

275
Timber and stone lands

610)
August 5, 1892-
Consolidation of land districts..

484
Settlers on certain railroad lands_-

392
January 31, 1893–Settlers on forfeited railroad lands---

394
February 13, 1893—Timber depredation suits in New Mexico and
Arizona

600
February 21, 1893—Small holding claim law amended.

334
March 3, 1893—
Abandoned military reservations, grants to municipalities.

3
Consolidation of surveyor general's offices..

584
Costs of legal contests against Indians.

217
Selections by North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Wash-
ington---

568
Soldiers' additional homesteads..

533
December 12, 1893–Settlers on forfeited railroad lands---

395
January 11, 1894—Registers and receivers not to proceed where
interested

485
July 16, 1894—School grant to Utah..

563
July 26, 1894Extension of time for payments on preemption en-
tries

326
August 15, 1894—Leases of Indian allotments.

217
August 18, 1894—
Carey Act

68
State applications for survey, preference right_-

568
August 23, 1894—Abandoned military reservations opened to entry- 3
December 13, 1894-Use of bounty land warrants.-

66

Page.
505

246

485

118
201
537
571
378
395
396
199

501

197
400

584
275

503
276
396
499

620

356

Acts of Congress-Continued.

January 21, 1895-Right of way for tram roads, etc.
February 15, 1895--Abandoned military reservations--
February 20, 1895—Southern Ute Indian lands_---
(arch 2, 1895

No duplication of returns from registers and receivers.
Patents engrossed by typewriters, duplication of work, assistant

commissioner..
Patents may be engrossed by typewriters.--
Selection of school lands on Indian reservations..
State selections on ceded Indian reservations..

Survey of railroad lands_--.
January 23, 1896—Settlers on forfeited railroad lands..
February 12, 1896—Purchasers of railroad lands_
March 2, 1896—Suits to annul grants and patents.
May 21, 1896–Rights of way for oil pipe lines in Colorado and

Wyoming
June 3, 1896–

Commutation --

Settlers on Northern Pacific Railroad landsc--
June 10, 1896

Injuring survey posts forbidden-

Mineral lands on Fort Belknap and Blackfeet Reservations.
June 11, 1896—Lien for expenses under Carey Act--
January 13, 1897—Reservoir for watering stock..
February 11, 1897-Petroleum lands subject to placer laws..
February 18, 1897—Settlers on forfeited railroad lands-
February 26, 1897—Right of way for reservoir sites ---
March 2, 1897—Aliens may acquire town lots or mining claims in Ter-

ritories
March 3, 1897—Purchasers under mortgages of Atlantic & Pacific

Railroad Co----
June 4, 1897—

Forest reservations, egress, mineral lands.
Forest lieu selections.
Mineral lands in forest reserves_

Sale of dead timber, use by settlers_
June 7, 1897—Leases of Indian allotments -
April 29, 1898-Settlement between United States and Arkansas.
May 11, 1898–

Right of way for tram roads, etc.--.

Use of ditches, etc., for domestic purposes.
May 14, 1898–

Homesteads in Alaska.
Land districts in Alaska.
Mineral lands in Alaska.
Railroads in Alaska-
Timber in Alaska..

Trade and manufacturing sites in Alaska---
May 18, 1898—No distinction between offered and unoffered lands.
June 16, 1898-Military service equivalent to residence.
June 21, 1898-School grant to New Mexico Territory-
July 1, 1898-

Certain timber cutting in Wyoming-
Mineral lands on Colville Reservation -

Settlers on Northern Pacific Railroad lands_
February 27, 1899—Survey of railroad lands---
March 2, 1899—

Railroad rights of way through Indian reservations.

Settlers on Northern Pacific Railroad lands.--
March 3, 1899

Standard survey lines to be established by commissioner -
Survey system extended to Alaska.

105
256
276
600
218
571

505
500

30
36
38

523
179
553

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601
277
401
379

412
404

585

Survey for railroad right of way--
May 17, 1900~Free homesteads on ceded Indian lands.----
June 5, 1900-Second homestead entry where former was commuted.

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408
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