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change orders, the compensation of the plaintiff there-
of the parties. Id.
tract with the Government to obtain options or settle-
plaintiff is not entitled to compensation, Knouse, 595.
liability for payment for services rendered thereunder
wise conditioned. Id.
letter dated August 14, 1933, and received August 17,
General Bronze, 612.
the fact that there was a meeting of the minds of con-
tracting parties when letter of acceptance was sent. Id.
I. Upon the evidence adduced, it is held that the plaintiff,
receiver, has no title to the claim which is the subject
of the instant suit. Sherman Oil Mill, 616.
binding upon the Government, which was not a party
to the receivership proceeding. Id.
See Contracts XXII.
See Patent Cases Procedure V, VII.
See Taxes XLII, XLIII, LV.
See Taxes XI.
See Taxes V.
DELAY BY GOVERNMENT.
Contracts XXIII, XXIV.
See Contracts XVIII, XIX.
See Taxes LIV.
See Contracte XVI.
See Pay and Allowances II.
See Patent Cases Procedure IV.
See Taxes LXIV.
See Patent Cases Procedure III.
See Patente III.
See Contracts V.
See Contracts XI, XII, XXXI, XXXII.
See Contracts XIV, XV.
See Contracts XIII.
See Taxes XL, XLIII.
I. Where shipments of coal were delivered by common car-
rier to the Naval Fuel Depot, and the common carrier
Railway Company, 142.
the Navy Fuel Depot, and on shipments of coal deliv.
actually or by construction of law. Id.
delivery is the party responsible for payment of the
HEALTH AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
See Taxes XLVI, L., LI, LIII.
See Taxes LVI, LVIII, LIX.
See Taxes XXX, XXXI.
1. In enacting the Act of January 14, 1889, providing for
the disposition of the lands held by the Chippewa
themselves. Chippewa Indians, p. 1.
funds accruing from the sale of surplus lands, should
would be beyond the control of Congress itself. Id.
Tribe were divided into bands does not destroy the
the title by which their lands are held. Id.
merger of all the tribal lands, participated in by all
to the limit the power and authority which Congress
actment of the Act did not create a contract. Id.
Congress did not intend to surrender its plenary power
under an Act of Congress providing for the settlement
over tribal funds for the good of the tribe. Id.
expenditures made by the Government for the benefit
the courts may not intervene. Id.
"immediate emancipation" of the plaintiff Indians;
administer their tribal affairs. Id.
generation of tribal Indians who in their judgment
Congress to determine and not the courts. Id.
deal with tribal Indian lands and funds as in its wisdom
quent liabilities; nor does it by its terms recognize
498, 520) cited. Id.
States, through his Secretary of War, in 1818 made a
100th degree of west longitude as fixed in the treaty
with Spain in 1821. Eastern or Emigrant Cherokees, 452.
not judicial questions and courts can not declare a
treaty fraudulent or non-effective. Id.
of the western boundary of the United States was
west of that degree of longitude. Id.
in the Indian Territory, and after the agreement of 1891,
arising or growing out of any treaty or agreement or
paid in full. Id.
See Contracts XVII.
See Taxes XII, XIII, XIV.
See Taxes XXXIX, XLV.
See Indian Claims XII.
See Patents IV.
See Taxes LXV, LXVI.
See Taxes LX.
See Taxes XXXIX, XLI, XLVI, XLVII, XLVIII, XLIX, L.
See Taxes LXX.
See Contracts VIII, IX.
See Taxes XVII.