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1881-2-3.

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF AN ACT OF THE
NATIONAL COUNCIL.

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AN ACT PROVIDING

FOR THE PRINTING

OF

THE TREATIES IN THE CHEROKEE AND
ENGLISH LANGUAGES AND FOR
OTHER PURPOSES.
Whereas,

It is a matter of great concern that the

Cherokee people should at all times be acquainted
with their laws and treaties; and
Whereas,

The treaties printed from (the authentic

copy) are very scarce; and
Whereas, The laws enacted by the National Council since 1880 have never been printed in book-form
for gratuitous distribution in either the English or
Cherokee languages:

Therefore,

Be it enacted by the National Council, That the
Principal Chief be and he is hereby authorized to
appoint some suitable person, a practical printer, and
a citizen of the Nation, to print in book-form

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hundred copies in each of the English and Cherokee
languages, all of the treaties

between the

United

States and the Cherokees, commencing with the Treaty
of Hopewell, the same to be neatly bound and delivered to the Principal Chief on or before Sept 30, 1884.
Be it further enacted,
sind he is hereby

That the Principal Chief be

authorized to have

printed and

bound and delivered by the same parlies, and at the
na nit' time, as provided in the foregoing

section, five

hundred copies in each of the Cherokee and English

That the Principal Chief be and he is hereby authorized to draw preferred war- rants for the payment of the work above provided to be done—-provided that the whole cost of the printing. of the laws of tlie Cherokee Nation. provided. that the same does not i n terfere witli the printing of the Advocate. languages. W. 1883: 1). Be it further enacted. . Principal Chief. Appro\ed December 8.4 ACT PROVIDING FOR PRINTING THE TREATIES. and there is hereby appropriated out of the General Fund not otherwise appropriated a sum sufficient to defray the expense of the same. n r S H Y H K A D . binding and delivery of said books shall not exceed one dollar and a half per copy. That the printing provided to be done uiay be done in the above Cherokee Advocate office. Be it further enacted. passed since and not embraced in the Compiled Laws of the Nation printed in 1881.

and that it shall be unlawful hereafter for any person not a citizen of the Nation to «raze any stock in the Cherokee Nation from the first day of November in each year. Compiled Laws. t. Special and Miscellaneous Acts. ENACTED DURING THE REGULAR AND SPECIAL SESSIONS OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL IN THE YEAR 1881. Ac » Aiitiiori/ing to Trade. AN ACT amending an act in relation to "Drovers Tax" found on paye 246.'!. Vet. o 1. That Sec.M. Compiled Laws.ikmir appropriations. and it is hereby made the duty of any citizen of the United States. and the same is hereby repealed. '2. 1st. Act» Admitting to Citizenship. Be it enacted by the National Council. Penal Law». Art. J'EXAL" LAWS.LAWS OF THE CHEROKEE NATION. until the first day of April. •"). or who may drive the sa>me inside this country. to have his road brand recorded in the Clerk's office of the first district where he may strike the Cherokee Nation . who may drive stock through the country. <S. . for the purpose of grazing. shall be. Chapter 12.

From and after the first day of January. it shall be the duty of the several Sheriffs of the nation to levy and collect from any person not a eitizeu of this Nation. the same being the property of another . That it shall not be lawful for any person to drive or remove stock. or other stock. Be it further enacted. 1st." on entering the same. Be it further enacted. SEC. sheep. five head of milch cows. and the deemed Sheriffs shall advertise the same as stray property. for the benefit of the person making the complaint : Provided. they shall be taken and stray property. of all taxes received and returned to the Treasurer of the Cherokee Nation. a reasonable number of mules or work horses and oxen —and such number of hogs as they may keep within an enclosure. SEC. shall be entitled to fifteen per cent. should any of his stock stray. 3. 2. Provided. in kind. and the Sheriff so collecting. hogs. but a lawful resident therein. from their range upon the Public Domain of the Cherokee Nation. 12. any person violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined in a sum equal to the value of the stock so driven or removed. the same tax per head on all stock as provided for Compiled Laws: Sec. 1st. for the use and benefit of the above named lawful residents. horses. 1882. That there shall be exempt from taxation. and on failure of any citizen of the United States to do so. or get lost. That . whether the same be cattle. Chapt.<» ACT I N RKLATTON TO ''DROVERS TAX. Art.

< a citizen having a non-citizen in his employ. SEC. 1. W.. Be it enacted by the National Council. 1881.) Approved December 8. belonging to all the people of the Cherokee Nation. walnut lumber and timber is a material. (Tahlequah. C. and is in all cases. N. Whereas by the Constitution of the Cherokee Nation the lands of the Cherokee» are common property. That the walnut and other timber reported by the . 1). and Wliereas. shall be. the chief value of which depends upon its being a marketable commodity. AN ACT in relation to walnut logs seized by Executive authority. both being subject only to the occupancy right within the prescribed limits of their improvements and the individual necessities of members of the Nation for necessary improvements. therefore. Principal Chief.ACT IN R E L A T I O N TO W A L N T T L O O S . certain logs and lumber (mostly walnut) found in the possession of white intruders in the conntry have been turned over to the Executive of the Nation by the United States Agent' as the property of the Nation. and such non-citizen shall violate the provisions of this section —such citizen so employing such non-citizen. BUSHYHEA1). held for the acts of such hired non-citizen. and the timber and other material therein is also common property. and Whereas.

which sale shall be at the residence of District Clerk. as hereinbefore described. and he shall execute receipts in . dated from the day the tirst advertisement is published. That the said Sheriff or sheriffs shall keep a correct report of all such logs. setting forth the number of logs. in. 1881. or national warrants or na- tional certificates. 3. respectively. or the place where the logs may be situated. Be it further enacted. and the District Clerk shall affix his certificate thereon. estimated number of feet. and location of the logs. gi\ing notice of the day and hour (which shall be 1 o'clock p. Illinois. He it further enacted. Rhall cause advertisement to be made. or as seized by him under the law. Canadian and Tahlequah Districts. lumber or timber. 2. Sequoyah. as having been eut in violation of the Constitution and laws of the Cherokee Nation. Sheriffs of Cooweeseoowee.) at which he proposes to sell the same. for cash. and the same being- perishable property. lumber or timber in his possession or charge. and upon such advertisement shall proceed to sell any and all such logs. and shall swear to the same. kind of timber. shall be disposed of for the benefit of the Cherokee Nation. That any Sheriff holding such logs. lumber and timber as hereinbefore described to the highest bidder. and shall advertise in the Cherokee Advocate.S 4 < T IX DELATION TO W A L N l ' T LOGS. SEC.'iO days from such day of sale. SEC. timber or lumber so seized and sold. as having been seized under Executive Order of July 7th. and shall give such advertisement or notice at least .

but quired to shall execute sell. Clerk of t h e description of resaid the property claimed. which shall be disposed of. logs. to the the same tiifte. lumber or timber may have been seized by mistake under such order. S u e . who shall receipt t o him for the same without delay after each sale. and that he has not cut or nor contemplated cutting or disposing of any such l o g s . the duplicates' numbered alike a n d agreeing. as compensation for expenses of sale and guarding t h e said logs and p r o p e r t y until delivery. shall herein provided for.ACT IN R E L A T I O N TO W A L N U T L O G S . and the funds belong to the funds Princiso of the Cherokee paid Xa- tion. and shall send t h e r e p o r t and receipt pal Chief at in. and he shall transmit t h e remaining three-fourths t o the Treasurer of t h e Cherokee n a t i o n . in t h e be and before file District Court of said process with court his affidavit setting forth the is issued. one t o t h e purchaser and one to be forwarded to the Principal of Chief with his report. not a citizen of . and that it was cut for his own use. of the Cherokee Nation whose That any citizen property. a n d who claims that any of the logs. may com-mence suit against any Sheriff or Sheriffs •H) advertising to district. One-fourth the proceeds of such sale shall be retained by t h e Sheriff as fees for himself and deputies or guards. and who may have lawfully cut the same. timber or lumber been seized when he had has felled it under provision of law. and that no intruder or other person. Be it further enacted. 9 duplicate. timber or lumber in violation of law. specified. 4.

D. it shall not be lawful for any person. W. 1881. to sell or dispose of any lumber or sawed timber or other timber to any person not a citizen of said nation. Be it further enacted. SEC.) Approved December 16th. and also to furnish evidence on all the points required in said affidavit. and when the case is heard in said court shall be required to prove his right to such property claimed according to the laws of the Cherokee Nation. That it shall be the duty of all solicitors to proceed against all persons* guilty of perjury. N. or false reports under this act. B I S H Y H E A D .10 ACT FOR PROTECTION OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. SEC. Principal Chief. 1879. approved December 6th. and the said District Court shall have cognizance and jurisdiction of such cases and upon its decree therein the property shall be governed and subject to the judgment of said court in all cases where it is decided that any citizen has a right to the same. (Tahlequah. or non- citizen. 1. AN ACT amending an act entitled an act for the protection of the Public Domain. That from and after the publication of this act as provided by the treaty of 1866. Be it enacted by the National Council. C. or hired him to cut the same for anything paid or to be paid to him or otherwise. the Cherokee Nation is in any way interested iu the same. . a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. 5.

That in all cases of conviction. Provided That non-citizens of the Cherokee Nation are prohibited from taking timber or lumber from the Public Domain at any time or place for the purpose of traffic. Be it further enacted.000) dollars together with the cost of prosecution for each and every offense. shall be imprisoned in the National Prison for a term not less than one year nor more than three years. or remove any timber. whether the same be sawed or otherwise. carry. be paid the Sheriff to be turned over to the Treasurer of the nation. and cost. wherein the offense shall have been committed. SEC. failing to pay said fine and cost imposed. Provided. and any person offending as herein provided shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. raft. shall be fined in the sum of one thousand (1. 11 That it shall not be lawfnl for any person a citizen of the Cherokee Nation to transport. and the other half of said fine. beyond the jurisdiction or geographical limits of said Cherokee Nation. as herein provided. at the discretion of the court having jurisdiction : also. 2. before the Circuit courts of this Nation. always. sell. and any non-citizen offending as herein provided shall be sufficient cause for the Clerk of the said district wherein the offense is committed to re- . ship. and upon the conviction of the same. that one-half of all fines and penalties so collected shall be paid to the Solicitor and Sheriff of the district wherein the conviction is had. for the benefit of the school fund: Provided. the parties convicted. or to buy from a citizen of said nation for such purpose. haul.ACT FOR PROTECTION OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN.

posts. I). lumber. J i r S H Y H E A D . (Tahlequah. and to deliver them to the U. T. boards. November 8th. and the Solicitor is hereby authorized and required to report him as an intruder. Principal Chief. logs. and to arrest the parties having the same in their possession. I.12 ACTS ADMITTING TO CIT1ZENHH1P. to the highest bidder. 1 Eidge Paschal. of any lumber. S. firewood. the proceeds of which after deducting twenty-five per cent. and ask his removal beyond the limits of said nation—and it is hereby made the duty of the several sheriffs of this nation to take possession of. ACTS ADMITTING TO CITIZENSHIP. Conditionally. taken of by the Sheriff. shingles. All laws. and stop the removal beyond the limits of the nation. a citizen of this nation. for cash. as his fees shall be turned over to the Treasurer of the nation for the benefit of the school fund. Admitted NAME. D A T E OF ACT. warrants or certificates. or timber of any kind that they find in possession of a non-citizen being conveyed across the line of the. 1881. and all timber. shall be sold. together with their wagons and teams. C. Agent at Muscogee. Cherokee Nation.) Approved December 9th. yoke his permit. 1881. X. Admissions and re-admissions to cititizeship—1881. W. rails. . or parts of laws militating against this act are hereby repealed. after possession twenty days' notice. or otherwise.

Harris. and that they permanently loeate in the Cherokee Nation within six months from date of act. (CONDITION he locate OF ADMISSION)—That l. NAMES. 1 DATE O F ACT. 1 Marv Alice Halsel. E. 7th. NAME. 1 DATE O F ACT. " . Halsel OF ADMISSION)—That comply with intermarriage law. E. 1881. \V. .'i Onnta. 1 •) 4 DATK O F ACT. 1881.ACTS ADMITTING TO C I T I Z E N S H I P . December ôth. Samuel Chirley. (Children) '2 Eliza Chirlej. NAMES. Hugh Carrol. Admitted Unconditionally. . ) (late " * " Crutehfield.) and wife. 18th. Joseph B.'i per- manently in the Nation within twelve months from date of act.2 W. Admitted Conditionally. 18H1. NAMKS. DATE O F ACT. Halsel. (Wife) Lucy Nora Lizzie '* December. 1 f Children Admitted Unconditionally. (Cher. Admitted Unconditionally. ) (CONDITION November. .

NAMES. (Grand Children) 10 Mary a n d J e n n i e Panther. Susan X. . 8th."» Annie. 11 Charle. NAMES.v V* IL' Collin U Admitted Conditionally. November 1 Ht 11. " (Delaware») • (Condition of Admission. *4 S Lullu fch <> Linda fct December. Dodge.)—When tlie above named parties make full payment to the Treasurer of the Cherokee Nation as specified in the agreement between the Cherokee* and Delawares of April 8th. •> ( 'arrie :\ lío sal a 4 Tliuzv OATH OF ACT. 1881. Cliirley.{ William December. •' 7 Sam. 4 Susan. 1 DATK OF ACT. Readmitted Unconditionally.Jr. 1807. 8th. . 1 (Miarles lilue Jacket . 1881. .H ACTS A m i l T T I N Í * TO C I T I Z E N S H I P . and take tlie Treasurer's receipt for such payment. bt « Frank. (Children) 2 Gertrude Dodge. 1881.

ami No. 8. 819.1881. C. in favor for medical services on be. T. General Mdse. | Tahle| quah. That i-eneral fund warrants No.M'T MAKING TWO WARRANTS PREFERRED. 8. •»# J n o .1881. 1881. T. Dec. | D e c .. Fuller. Maden & Cookston. He it enacted by the National Council. General Mdse. for $o"2.)0. and dated November 19th. the authorized and rants issued to Dr. 1881. Adair for services as .{. each issued under appropriation dated November 18th. R. R. | Downing. Balentine. Near HI. and dated August 20th. Nov. and he required to make all war- VY.">. 1881. 23. N o v . DATE OF ACT . 15 ACTS AUTHORIZING TO TKADE. 1H81 for *«2. He it further passage is hereby enacted. . | D e c . Clarein ore. 8.r>0. of this act. 2. and the of Dr. 1881. That from and after the Principal Chief be. rendered at same the National are hereby made Pris- preferred warrants. H. AN ACT making two certain warrants preferred. Sapsucker.court house General Mdse. W. Dec. 1881. »5. 804. Spavinaw 4. ]881. J n o . Adair.| General | Mdse. TO WHOM GRANTED LOCATION BUSINESS 1. Trent. dist. | ville. General Mdse. F t Gibson | drugs &c. Bullette. 1 ACTS M A KIS G APPROPRI ATI ONS. 22. O.

Phillips for services as special Agent and At- torney of the Cherokee Nation.r>00. is hereby appropriated out of any money belonging to the general fund. same . N.~>00.00. W. A. A. A. I). five hundred dollars he.000) or so much thereof as may be necessary. An Act relating to the Cherokee Advocate. Phillips *4. 1881. W. Principal Chief. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money belonging to the general fund not otherwise appropriated for the purpose of paying the claim of W. 1). [Tahlequah C. C. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw a preferred warrant in favor of W. BCSHYHEAD. A. I).J Approved Dec. BUSHYHEAI). That the sum of four thousand. 7th. 1881. Principal Chief. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw a preferred warrant for the in favor of the Editor of the Advocate.. Approved November 29th. medical superintendent at the National Prison prefer- red warrants. Phillips for the amount. not otherwise appropriated to de- fray the current expenses of the Cherokee Advocate for the ensuing year. That the sum of three thousand five hundred dollars ($3.10 ACT TO PAY W. An Act to pay W.00 for services as Special Agent and Attorney at Washington. PHILLIPS *4.

00 21. Be it further enacted.00 $111. 17 Be it further enacted. 1881. 9 D. That the sum of one hundred and eleven dollars and fifty-five cents. is hereby appropriated out of any money belonging to the general fund not otherwise appropriated to pay the followingpersons the sums set opposite their names. A. Johnny Parris. and that the warrants be made preferred. at the Printing Office. & T. Bnnis. W.55 Be it further enacted. for services in the Advocate office during the past year.ACT RELATING TO CHEROKEE ADVOCATE. the same being now of no practical use to the office. T. That the sum of $200. BITSHYHEAD. Approved Dec. Wm. 8th. and he is hereby authorized to advertise and sell. and for payment of which there was not sufficient money re- maining of the last appropriation. Frank Pack. of St.55 14. to the highest bidder. and the proceeds thereof to be turned over to the National Treasurer. . after due notice. $65. Principal Chief.00 11.00 is hereby appropriated out of any money belonging to the general fund. Foreman. That the Editor of the Cherokee Advocate be. Leosier. W. Louis. the Washington Hand Press in that office. not otherwise appropriated to pay for the moulds of the Cherokee type—mattrices—and that the Principal Chief be authorized to issue a preferred warrant therefor in favor of E. Missouri.

issued to T)r.18 A C T A M E N D I N G AN A C T . be and the same is hereby appropnated cents out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the general fund. not. BUSHYHEAD. 10. under an appropriation dated December 8th. BUSHYHEAD. D.75. 1881.75). That the Office. 1879. W. issued December 9th. AN A C T amending an act approved December 10. Cravens for $56. Approved November 22d. for the use and benefit of the Auditor's Office. 1881. 1879. 271. AN A C T making: appropriation for the Auditor's Be it enacted by the National Council. Principal Chief. SEC. 1. and the Chief is hereby authorized to draw a preferred warrant for the game. sum of twenty-seven dollars and seventy-five (27. W. Be it enacted by the National Council. 1881. L. That the salaries of teachers of the Male and Female Seminaries for services during the present or second term of the scholastic year of 1881. be and the same is hereby made a preferred warrant. that . 1881. M. Principal Chief. Approved November 16th.otherwise appropriated. AN ACT to make a certain warrant preferred. D. Be it enacted by the National Council. That war- rant No. being unappropriated by the act of December.

10 00 FEMALE SEMINARY. BUSHYHKAJ). 19 the sum of eighteen hundred and fifty dollars be. to pay the salaries of teachers of. Approved December 16. 1881: 1). and the same . and the same is hereby appropriated out of the school' fund in the national Treasury. Principal Teacher $400 00 thie Assistant Teacher "250 00 One Primary Teacher "1.. 2. Be it euacted by the National Council.00 each. W. That all unexpended balances remaining appropriations on on hand from any former account of the school fund. making the pay of the Board of Education Equal. 6.. Principal Teacher $400 00 Two Assistant Teachers $250. Principal Chief. 1881. "500 00 One Primary Teacher "150 00 SEC. 36. are hereby recovered back into the Treasury. Council amendmeut concurred in December ICth. be. That the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars. Au Act making an appropriation. lie it further enacted.said Seminaries for said term according to the amount fixed by law for their services during said term as follows: MALE SEMINARY. Bill concurred in with the amendment to strike out of Sec. Senate Bill No.ACT MAKING AN A P P R O P R I A T I O N .

M. Henry Bifert. 2 00 (Salary) 8 00 43 00 . (salary) 2 William Percival. 1G E. M. Wolfe. now pending in the U. 33 00 5 John W. AN ACT making an appropriation for the payment of the claims asregistered by the Auditor in April and October 1881. Scott. is hereby.20 ACT FOB PAYMENT OP CLAIMS. 34 00 14 E. S. Approved Deo. D. 379 50 10 " " 200 00 11 « " 72 00 12 Arch Scraper. 1 Charles Armstrong. 229 00 9 Johnson Thompson. Principal Chief. Stapler & Son. 8th. M. District Court the Western District of Arkansas. ' 8 00 13 Charles Scraper. Wolfe. 51 00 6 Daniel Red Bird. and the Chief is hereby authorized to draw a warrant for Principal accord- ingly and the same be preferred. (Salary) 140 00 8 Albion Spears. (Salary) 32 00 7 E. appropriated for the purpose of employing counsel in defending the nation's rights in involved in the case of United States questions vs. 1881. W. M. #112 Oft 103 00 3 John S. BUSHYHEAD. Wolfe. 57 00 4 Arch Scraper. French. lo E.

W. N. 1881. Amendment concurred Dec.50 Be it enacted by the National Council. Barnes for $373. Be it enacted by the National Council. 13th. and the Principal Chief is authorized to draw warrants accordingly. 21 376 00 18 J.] Approved December 12th. H. .ACT MAKING AN APPROPRIATION. Alexander. 31 00 19 Charles O. Frye. 13. Approved Dec. Cobb.75. That the sum of nineteen hundred and seventy-six dollars and fifty cents is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the general fund and not otherwise appropriated for the benefit of the above named persons. D. BUSHYHEAD. Principal Chief. 1881. 66 00 £1. Principal Chief. Amended by striking out the claim of Mrs. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any monies in the School fund not otherwise appropriated to pay the claims as per accompanying report of the committee on Education. D. [Tahlequah C. That the sum of four thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine dollars and fifty-five cents be.976. An Act making an appropriation. 17 John O. and the Principal Chief is authorized to issue warrants accordingly. BUSHYHEAD. C. 1881. H. W.

(Due Bill) 34 25 8 0Í» 10 Joseph Hendrix. Barnes. (Due Bills and M'dse) 329 98 6 R. 8 J. (M'dse. R. Stapler & Son. W. Johnston. (Flour) (Stuffing Mattresses) 12 00 (M'dse. Wood.) 9 D. C. M. G. S.t.) 30 40 (Due Bills and Aacc'ts. u « 24 00 15 Mr. (1). Labor) 7 Henrietta Nave. King.Wilson. (Due Bill) 56 981 2 J. (Due Bill) 5 00 21 55 $647 15 .) 584 00 2 00 7 Mr. MALE SEMINARY ACCOUNT. B. Thompson. Lynch. u u 60 00 12 Mrs. u a 109 35 3 H. 1 C. ii u 9 00 11 May. u u 26 25 $2. u u 17 41 5 J. Meigs. H. a a 106 87? 4 J . Hicks. Gray. Claims and cts. 4 J.) 860 05 2 Benj. Atkinson. 1237 11 5 Jerry Olary.<>') FEMALE SEMINARY ACCOTANT. Thompson. R. L.442 26 $373 75 • Total $2. 1 A. Charles Cochran. Stapler & Son. Chandler.068 51 FEMALE SEMINARY ACCOUNT. (Account) 373 75 13 Joseph Gladney. (Due Bill) 168 55 14 Miss Ellen Bushyhead. (Acc. 3 Wm. " u u 12 30 6 John W. V Edmondson.

Harris. #46 00 556 29 81 85 3 Geo. Chair. Crane & Co. (Primary Schools) 1 Levison Blythe & Co. O. $41 85 SCHOOL ACCOUNTS. W. Daniels. 23 BOOKS AND S T A T I O N E R Y . Scott. Arnold. Patterson. C. (Teacher) 2 Harry Scisson. 135 15 $819 29 M I S C E L L A N E O U S CLAIMS. J. 105 00 6 Wm. S. 40 50 8 O. 52 50 4 Mary A. Crutchfleld.P R I M A R Y SCHOOL ACCOUNT. S. 175 00 7 Mrs. 44 00 879 00 We your committee on Education ask that these claims and accounts be referred to the committee on claims with instructions to register. Geo. B. M. 4 E. D. P. Faulkner. Freeman.- (Primary Schools) í W. Wright. Thorn. A. (Male and Female Sems.) 1 J. 2 Van Antwerp Bragg & Co. Wade. 175 00 5 J. V. $112 00 175 00 3 W. Sanders. M. . D.

and the same be preferred. Sec. and the same is hereby appropriated of any monies in the Treasury. 2. for supplies furnished National Prison. Be it enacted by the National Council. not otherwise appropriated for the Gen- support of the National Prison. 27 75 Charles Cochran. Sec.*>8 21 Thomas Trainer. An Act making an appropriation for the support of the National Prison for the fiscal year ending September 30th 1882. 1. and the Principal Chief is out Sep- hereby authorized to draw his warrant accordingly in favor of the High Sheriff of the National Prison. That the sum of Ave thousand. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any monies in the Treasury be- longing to the General fund not otherwise appropriated for the following named persons. and other purposes.24 APPROPRIATION FOB NATIONAL PRISON. 3. Sec. one hundred and twelve dollars be. and the same be a preferred warrant. $3. for the fiscal year ending tember 30th 1882. That the sum of one hundred and fifty-four dollars and fifty cents be. 233 40 $619 36 And the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw his warrant accordingly. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any monies in the Treasury belong- . Johnson Thompson. belonging to the eral fund. That the sum of six hundred and nineteen dollars and thirty-six cents be.

$25. Sec. coal oil and salt. National Prison. $50. 12 . for the fiscal year ending September 30th. High Sheriff. French. $375.40) dollars and forty cents. vegetables. W. $300. $132. BUSHYHEAD. bacon at 12 1-2 cents per pound. &c. and the same be preferred.000 pounds flour at of the following four cents per pound.APPBOPRIATION FOE INSANE ASYLUM. 1881. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any monies in the treasury belonging to the Asylum fund. An Act making an appropriation for the support of the Insane Asylum. to pay one wash woman. and for other purposes. 3. M. $40. 5 0 $154. $80. pepper. D.000 lbs. 100 bushels corn at 75 cts. corn meal at two cents per pound. 400 lbs. Be it enacted by the That the sum National Council. 4. ing to the General fund not otherwise 25 appropriated for the benefit of Harnage and Williams. not otherwise appropriated for the purchase supplies. of two thousand five hundred and seventy-three ($2. 1882. : 3. per bushel.000 lbs. sugar at ten cents per pound. 50 and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw his warrants accordingly. hominy. $75.573. clothing for 20 women and men. for the purchase of necessary articles for the as per estimate herewith attached Capitol. $120. for lumber furnished National Prison as per account herewith $22.00 and of Eobt. Approved December 13th. Principal Chief. 1. be.

Sec.. $15 per month. acct. $100. Alberty. and funds to be drawn on monthly itemized estimates . salary tic matron. $360. Wood. to pay one cook.. at $15 per month. B. Provided. at $33. Medical Superintendent.50. not otherwise appropriated. . $120. $180: the domes- for the support the Insane Asylum for the fiscal year ending ber 30th. W. for the payment the following named persons. acct. Mrs.33 1-3. Shirley. a full and satisfactory be set- tlement with the Board of Trustees for funds received by him (and disbursed) for the support of said Asylum. domestic matron. for supplies of furnished the Insane Asylum for the fiscal year ending Septem- ber 30th.26 APPROPRIATION FOR INSANE ASYLUM. 6 1-2 months services. Thompson. months at $10 per month. Alberty. $180. is hereby appropriated out of any monies in the treasury helonging to the Asylum Fund.T. That the Steward of said Asylum required to make. to-wit : Board of Trustees. $15 per month. $300. Principal Chief of Septem- is hereby authorized to draw his warrants accordingly. J . 6 1-2 months services. and $250.50. $11. $300. $84. L. Ella Hicks. $84.33 1-3. m'dse. $86. G. H. at $13 per month. Silas Clark. to pay members Board Trustees. at $33. $90. 12 months at $10 per month. monthly. That the further sum of one thousand one hundred and sixty-seven dollars and forty-two cents. Be it further enacted. 6 months services. B. bacon. Flora Thorn. 1881. $120. $39. $260. Steward at $30 per month. 9 months. Insane Asy- lum $46.43. m'dse. Steward. salary. $26. W. salary. W. 1882. Stephen Foreman. W. 9 months. at $13 per month. Stapler & Son. 2. to pay one teamster 12 months.

L. Walker. Bird. George 0 . Wm. Wm. J o h n Blalock. M. 8 00 Abe Woodall. BUSHYHEAD. . George W a t t s . 14 oo 14 00 Columbus Benge. M. D. W a t t Augerhole. Thompson . School Fund. Fields. Cobb. J a c k Bell. B . Cobb. Approved December 15th. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized 27 to draw his warrants accordingly.264 75 u u 1. 84 00 Charle? H . Charles Scraper. Principal Chief. salary by J . Thompson. Sanders. " 5 00 Wm. An Act making an appropriation for the payment of a list of claims registered in the month of November and December 1881. 1881. W. preferred. Charles Starr. J a m e s Moore. 977 50 J o h n Severe. Scott. by the Committee on claims. T). Mrs. J o h n O.ACT FOR PAYMENT OF CLAIMS.012 50 u u 46 00 u u 21 00 1 00 J a m e s Keys. McCracken. 34 00 J o h n s o n Thompson. $10 00 40 00 50 4 00 25 00 13 00 12 00 6 00 1 00 6 00 6 00 8 00 1 00 9 00 10 50 36 00 33 30 116 50 4. B. J o h n Grass. 164 00 Daniel E. salary by J . H . A r m s t r o n g . Thompson. Ben Goss. Scott. J o h n s o n Thompson. Gomley. 76 00 J o h n S. Faulkner. only. McCracken. Bell. J o h n O. " 1 60 W. J o h n s o n Spade. salary by J . preferred. " 3 20 E.

28 ACT FOE PAYMENT OF CLAIMS. O. Springston. and the same is hereby . R. " C. WT. 1). preferred. O. Benge. Be it enacted by the National Council. preferred. J. Patton. Wilson and Johnson. Cobb. M. R. Willis Hendrix. Bushyhead. J. " C. Patterson & Co. " Henry Effert. Tuxie Brown. C. C. W. four hundred and fiftynine dollars and fifty cents be. Woods. O. « J. " J. O. H. Walker. S. Stapler & Son. Frye. school fund. Benge. Ellis Bufflngton. W. L. Alex McCoy. Ward. Frye. Frye. H. Rabit Bunch. H. That the sum of ten thousand. Hicks. prferred. " Huckleberry Downing. Boudinot. Cobb. W. J. " J. " John T. Bushyhead. " S. H. B. John B. preferred. Taylor. preferred. F. James Chastian. James Mitchell. C.250 00 151 50 90 00 66 00 13 00 6 00 103 00 90 00 59 05 44 30 20 00 18 00 16 25 5 00 4 50 73 50 6 00 30 00 22 50 9 00 500 00 $10. Lyons. " 34 00 5 00 38 00 87 50 8 00 86 76 30 00 26 00 75 50 2 00 134 00 13 00 43 50 3 00 9 00 2 00 24 00 24 00 39 00 20 00 151 15 1. W.. W. Albert Johnson. 1. C. Lipe. Littlejohn. D. Ruddles. N. H. Drew. Bryan. O. A. preferred. " D. preferred. B. James King. Edwards. J.459 00 Sec. H. G. " Connell Rogers' " E. preferred. D. Stapler & Son. C. D. Ann Daniels. Stephen David. J. preferred.

1880. who have moved to this Nation under an invitation lately reextended them by and through an act of the National Council. and the same is hereby. An Act making an appropriation for the relief of North Carolina Cherokees lately removed to this Nation. Principal Chief. for the purpose of relieving the present necessities of those of the North Carolina "band" of Cherokees. Sec. That the sum of eighty-six dollars and seventy-six cents be. six hundred and eightyeight dollars be. appropriated out of any money in the treasury belonging to the general fund. Be it further enacted. approved December 3d. 1. W. Approved December 15. 1881. 2. belonging to the school fund. to pay the claim of Wilson and Johnson. numbering in the aggregate one hundred and sixty-eight persons. D. Sec.29 NORTH CAROLINA CHEROKEES. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw warrants for the same. not otherwise appropriated. Be it enacted by the National Council. BÜSHYHEAD. for the use and benefit of the foregoing named persons agreeable to the amount set opposite each claimants name. and that the said sum of two thousand six hundred and eighty-eight dollars be . appropriated out of the general fund. and the same is. That the sum of two thousand. hereby appropriated out of money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. and the Principal Chief is authorixed to draw a warrant accordingly.

share and share alike. of any appropri- ated. according to the rolls now on lile in the of- fice of the Executive. Principal . out of any monies in the hands of the sub-Treasurer at now St. Sec. Louis. W. in equal proportion to each. Sec. six hundred and eighty-eight dollars. That for the purpose of carrying the provisions of this act more fully into effect. not otherwise Council. the sum of eleven thousa-id five hundred and eighty-eight dollars. An Act making an appropriation to pay the current and contingent expenses of the National Council. BUSHYHEAD. D. Principal Chief. 1881. and Executive Office. and whose names appear as members of this upon the rolls now on flle in the Executive band Depart- ment of this Nation. or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the following named persons the amounts set opposite their names. and pay the same on the order or warrant of the Principal Chief at such time and place as he may direct. for the Begular Session of 1881 and for other purposes. paid. Be it further enacted. 2. the National Treasurer is hereby and directed required to divert the sum of two thousand. Approved December 16. to the persons now living. belonging to the general fund. and the. Be it enacted by the National That there be.M) ACT TO PAY CUBBENT EXPENSES. and is hereby appropriated out monies of the General Fund. 1. Mis- souri.

J . $144 152 160 160 152 152 160 160 160 160 152 152 144 144 152 152 152 152 140 144 144 160 20 16 Clerk. I). J . B. Adair. I). Geo. H a r r i s . J o h n Snell. C. Henry. C. R. H. J o h n McNair. U Interpreter. J . Ross. NAMES. Landrum. Acorn. X. J . J . Sam Smith. Blackstone. C. J . J . P arker. Landrum. V. J . Robins. F. Geo. P . J o n e s . C. Young. J o h n s o n Fisher. Eli S p e a r s . M. Sanders. E. R. Grass. Musgrove. Rogers. Aaron Tanner. A. O. J . T. Sanders. Hicks. Clerk. L. 31 Chief is hereby authorized to draw warrants accordingSENATE. Ballard. Oo-so-wie. Rogers. 160 00 160 00 160 00 160 00 160 (JO 161 ) « ' 152 CO 152 00 152 00 1:2 (M . F.ACT TO PAY CURRENT EXPENSES. Ridge. E. l&i 0 16 16 16(i 160 100 00 CO no 00 00 . Lynch. F. Sixkiller. Faulkner. W. I). u i. B. L. Fly. A. R. B. Springston. " W. Lyons. Fields. Sanders. Win. B. AMOUNT. B. F. S. Che Che. Feelin. Sam Manns. H . 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ' 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 COUXCIL. Buffington.

J. Mayes. Spade. clerk: Insane Asylum.t. W. ( " ) A. Lacy. Firemaker. Yarterna Vann.32 ACT TO PAY CURRENT EXPENSES. Girty. Reporter for Advocate. <t u Wm. Bird. . John Sanders. John Walkingstick. D. T. Starr. Terrapin. (clerk) H. J . 0 . Bob McLemore. R. Lyons. Sixkiller. B. J. •R. Columbus Benge. Hicks. Woodall. B. u u N. C. Interpreter Executive Dep't. F. F. Hanks. R. T). R. George Crittenden. E xecutive Secretary. clerk Phillips committee. L. clerk coun i cil. C. clerk ways and means. J a n e s Tehee. Rasmus. J. L. L. Hicks. u u J. Mark Bean. R . Hicks. 152 00 152 00 152 90 152 00 144 00 144 0 ) 144 00 144 00 144 00 1 5 2 00 152 00 152 00 160 00 160 00 160 OO 152 00 152 OO 152 00 152 ÜJ 144 OO 144 00 152 00 152 00 152 00 148 00 144 0>> 148 00 148 00 20 00 20 00 •28 i»() 60 00 20 00 32 90 20 00 96 00 88 00 88 00 88 00 104 00 88 00 8 00 60 00 152 OO 136 00 24 0i» 12 00 51 00 . Executivie Council. Young. Tom Watts. R. L. interpreter. a u I). Lyons. Mayes. Bell. Reporter for Advocate. Bug Tucker. Silas Harlin. Charles Fargo. Los Runyon. J. * R. Osi Hair. Downing. Boudinot. B. Wolfe. Chamberlin. F. John Parris. Crittenden. M. u W. J. B. N. Mayes. Springston. C. Armstrong. Rowe. C. u u J. A. (clerk) J. ii u J. Cookson. u Tick Eater. P. W. Daniels. J. clerk R. F. P. Executive I n t e r p r e t e r . Owen. committee. L. John Sevier.

B U S H Y I I K A D . . of officers of the Nation for performed."> 00 "2 . or mi} other fund in the Treasury. Total amount S E C . Art. That all wairants pursuant to act of appropriation in Compiled Laws. 5' . 2."88 00 Be it further enacted. \V. J. J e n n i e Six killer for seventy-two dollars. '• Beqnoyah. and the same are hereby seniceh made pre- ferred. chapter 12. 3. for the pay of salaries." ' . for boarding guards Downing under during Chief is hereby the late High Sheriff Samuel 11. to carry into effect the of this l a w : Provided. an 1 the authorized to Principal dr iiv a preferred ruit for the same. Geoi^ge Benge. the said Treasurer is hereh\ anihorized and required to borrow from the School Fnnd. clerk committee on ciaimy. 7. A N A C T making an appropriation for the benefit of Mrs. Firemaker.. Drum. 17th. be. clerk committee on claims. however. 3 war- . 1881."¡<> (0 i '• ( <» •0 '" 0i> 11.'i'5 Esau England. suinual and per diem. Connelf JRogers.ACT MAKING AN APPEOPRTAÏTON. not he sufficient money in the That should there General Fund now in the hands of the Treasurer. " Council Kogers. drawn Be it further enacted. 1881. clerk committee on education. Approved December 17. not wise appropriated. he othei- provisions re-imbni-e the same out of the first monies coming into his hands on account of the General Fund. Council of 187Í». A p p r o v e d Dec. SKC. 1). Principal Chief.

Be it enacted by the National Council. 1). be. Leoser. That the sum of ninety-four (804. ]). and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund not otherwise appropriated. 1881. AN ACT making an appropriation to pay Mrs. and the further sum of two hundred asd fifty dollars for contingent expenses of the Executive Department. and the Principal Chief is authorized to draw preferred warrants for the same. Approved December 17. BUSHYHEAD. That the sum of two hundred and fifty-nine dol- lars and fifty cents ($259. 1881. and the Sitine is hereby appropriated out of the Orphan Fund t o pay Mrs. Principal Chief. I. W.. Ax ACT making an appropriation to pay current and contingent expenses of the first Kxtra Session of the National Council in 1881. Leoser. I. Principal Chief.34 ACT TO PAY OURBENT EXPENSES. and other law to be supplied from officers required by that Department. W. D. TJrSHYIIEAD. . AN ACT making an appropriation for contingent and Stationery expenses of the Executive Department for the year 1882. Approved December 17. be. D. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to issue his warrant accordingly.'50) for stationery for the Executive Department.00) dollars.

J. V. 828 00 28 00 28 00 28 00 28 00 28 00 28 00 28 00 28 00 28 00 28 00 28 oo 2 00 28 00 2> 00 . Faulkner. and perthe Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw -preferred. Spriiigston. S. J. W. I). NAMES. Job Parker. L. Musgrove. Robins. Rogers. SENATE. R. F. Adair. T. Hicks. M. Ross. Grass. J. Flye. E. * (clerk) '• interpreter. Geo. \V. L. the sum of two thousand and seventy-five dollars. warrants accordingly. Feelin. E. John Henry. F. 00 . or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the following sons t h e amounts set opposite their named names. J. Lan drum J. P. T). Harris. H. Sanders. J . Buffington. W. B. II. That t h e r e be and is hereby ¿5 appropriated out of any monies in the Treasury belonging to the general fund a n d not otherwise appropriated. AMOUlNT. C.2-i 00 2S 00 2 S 00 2^ 00 LM (10 2S 00 2^ 00 COUNCIL. O. F. A. C. R. Fisher. *> 00 •) 00 28 00 •_>-. Lynch. X. Sanders. Landruni. Young. Rogers. Eli Spears. Che Che. C. B. B. 1). Sixkiller. John M Nair.ACT TO PAY C U R R E N T E X P E N S E S . Blackstone. Sanders. Sam Smith. C. 1). R. (10 «K 00 2 • oo 2s! 00 2<.

French Howe.<. Columbus Rengo. N. L. Mayes.s 00 2 00 2^ 00 2^ 00 2. <i. A. Daniels. Downing. F.")() Lo ii further enacted.ir. if t h e r e be no monej. Thomas W a t t s .-)0 Coiiniiing. . W. v>dotuiii. R. J .i-ter-ner Vann. \N .*. C e o . rrnuENT (elerkï t» (iut erpreter'! •• E x e c u t i v e Council.-M. KXPFXSKS. Lacie. 2* 00 2>> 00 L»s (MI 2* 00 2* 00 2s 00 2h 00 2^ 00 2* 00 2> 00 2S 00 2< 00 21-! 00 2 . . A. (i. Wilson Girty. . Osi Ih. Loss Runyan. FiiTina 1kor. Lewis H i c k s . 1\ Roiuliuot. Tucker. Y:.liciers. A<T TO VAY Ü.j«ins. K xeeutive S e c r e t a n . è* 4. Charles Starr. Oo-sa-wic. A. Crittenden.. Cookson. io r. U.00 2" 00 2^ 00 2-s 01* 2* 00 2** 00 2S (K) 2*> 00 2* 00 2. « J . H a n k s . liallartl.00 2.John Snell.o Sei)iio\ ah. A.''). . Bob MeLeinore. Sil-s Harding. Cíñales Fargo. & M. J o h n Sevier. H. Cluunbeitin. . Ridge. Ct ¡tienden. Acorn.loltii Pa iris. Tjiil S¡. Walkiiigstiek. S. U J . " W. Fields. y T-. J o Di'iun. J . 10 . IÏ. v. C.1.00 2S 00 2^ 00 2> 01» 2S 00 2» 00 2* 00 2 S U> 2^ C0 2 s (Mí 2^ i 0 2S ( 0 2 00 2 (SO 24 0 > 10 . Ar. "That t h e T r e a s u r e r is h e r e b y authorized and required. I. Rasmus. .belongi. clerk W. James Tehee.i'on Tanner.John S a n d e r s . F. \V. i* . . J o e Young.1.lottos.V> Tick Fater.. i. 10 . 11.

Approved November 17. GENERAL LAWS. 31 ing to the General fnud to pay the above claims. ]).00 dated May 16. Principal Chief. AN ACT for the relief of Madison Sanders. admitting him to citizenship. a Cherokee woman. Approved December 17. 19th. W. Approved December 5. 1881. lie shall borrow from the school or any other fund in the Treasury not otherwise appropiiated to carry into effect the pro\isions of this law: Provided however. 1881.MISCELLANEOUS ACTS. 1880. 1881. A N ACT allowing R. he reimburse the same out of the first monies coining into his hands on account of the general fund. Approved December IS. Harris one year longer to comply with the act of Nov. 21. 1881. No. 1881. that have been lost. authorizing the Principal Chief to issue duplicate warrants in place of two salary warrants. in his favor. formerly a citizen of the United States and Nancy Emiliue Williams formerly Nancy Emiline Conner. " " " 200 " Nov. AN ACT granting a divorce between Abbot Williams. 767 " 858 . namely: One warrant for 200. BUSHYHEAI). B. 188].

relating.'' or Western Chero- kees. therefore. The " Old Settlers. when required to do so. JOTNT KKSOLXTTTON NO. but referred them to Congress. and he is hereby directed to furnish the President of the Senate. by appropriate legislation for the said " O l d Settlers. claim that there is due them a large sum of money from the United States on account of errors of calculation. be and they are hereby respectfully requested to. 6. Whereas. 1881. has hitherto refused to re- examine said settlement and restate their accounts in accordance with said • treaties. who constitute about one." bring suit in the Court of Claims.to the Old Settler Claim.38 THK OLD SETTLRR CLAIM. and under the seal of this Nation. Honorable That the Senate and House of Bepresentatives of the United States in Congress assembled." or "Western Cherokees. Be it further resolved. properly certified.third of the Cherokee people. That the Principal Chief be. Be it resolved by the National Council. Approved December 6. and improper charges made against in their settlement them with the government by the ac- counting officers of the United States. and Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Forty-Seventh Congress. each with a copy of the above resolution. That the Department of the Interior. . or other court of competent jurisdiction. to recover whatever may be due them under said treaties. and Whereas.

Scales on saline. Scales be. and put iñ operation. citizens of the Cherokee Nation. two persons.ACT PROVIDING FOE A DELEGATION. known as Drew's Saline. the free and unmolested use of all the timber within one-half mile from the ' ' well ' ' at said saline . That Jos- eph A. article 5. shall arise against the Cherokee Nation. Scales ceases to operate said saline as herein above provided. within said one-half mile : Provided further. C. the saline in Canadian District. excepting kettles and movable » machinery. AN ACT providing for a Delegation to represent the Cherokee Nation in the City of Washington. 39 AN ACT granting lease to J. commonly known as the " Drew Saline. D. That the Principal Chief recommend. on account of improvement made by the said Joseph A. that the same shall not be so construed as to interfere with the rights of any citizen attaching to any improvement now made. free of tax. Scales. That no claim. but all such improvements. as delegates to visit Washington City to . Canadian District. shall revert to the Cherokee Nation. 1881. Be it enacted by the National Council. provided." for the period of five years. and he is hereby authorized to take possession of. with the privilege of leasing the same thereafter in accordance with the provisions of the existing law in relation to " minerals. whenever the said Joseph A. of the Constitution. Approved December 9." and he shall have for the purpose of operating said saline. under section 3. Be it enacted by the National Council.

Cherokee Nation. J O I N T RESOLUTION Whereas. Through a Special Message of the Prin- cipal Chief. 40 represent the interests of the Cherokee Nation before the (lovernment of the United States. lie it further enacted. That W. 8. now. Dee. Phillips be em- ployed to assist said Delegation and to act as agent for the Cherokee Nation special under article 22d of the treaty of 1800. the National Council has been apprised of serious trouble liable to arise on account of certain non-citizens intruding and settling on the public domain in Sequoyah District. and Whereas.RESOTATTION TN REFERENCE TO INTRUDERS. 188L Approved December 9. A. 1881. in reference to intruders. and remind him of the fact that the Cherokee people cannot toler- . Indian Agent of the trouble now existing. Be it resolved by the National Cauneil of the Cherokee Nation. and it hereby requested to notify the U. 1881. and demand of him the speedy removal from the Cherokee Nation. therefore. should be speedily stopped. It is a matter of vital importance to the Cherokee people. a question that at times threaten» our national existence which makes it very necessary that this question of intrusion on our public domain. A. December 8. That the Principal Chief be. 8. Concurred in by Senate with the following amendment: Strike out clause relating to the appointment of W. Phillips to assist the Delegation. this unauthorized settlement upon our country.

Agent a military force to remove said intruders. 41 arte such a bold attempt to despoil and take from them their homes. S. Be it further resolved. That the Principal Chief be. 1881. JOINT RESOLUTION. There is three thousand or more dol- lars of the appropriation of December 3d. and Whereas. and render them all the assistance necessary for the removal of said intruders. and he is hereby directed to take «uch steps as he may deem necessary to recover the .—peace is the tirst and great important question among' the Cherokee people in their relations with the United States Government and her citizens—but forbearance will not continue to exist among our people if these lawless citizens of the United States are allowed to take possession of our country uninterrupted. 1879.JOINT RESOLUTION. Be it further resolved. That the Principal Chief be. WHEREAS. Be it resolved by the National Council. hereby requested to have That the Principal Chief is "intruders" thus removed beyond the limits of the Cherokee Nation wherever they may be found. Said appropriation has been expended. Approved December JO. and is hereby requested to proceed in person and demand of the U. for the current expenses of the Male Seminary unaccounted for. and he is also requested to accompany said military force. therefore.

be appointed by the President of That there the Senate and Speaker of the Council. that when said Mission ceases to conduct and operate a school of at least ten children of Cherokee citizens. SEC. Be it enacted by the National Council. to revert to the Cherokee Nation. shall not occupy more than forty acres. Approved December 20. 1. Cherokee Provided. then said Mission with all the buildings. Be it resolved by the National Council. and is hereby granted to Indian Yearly Meeting of Orthodox friends to establish a Mission home and school about one and three quarter miles from Blue Nation: Jacket Station. Approved December 17. a joint and special committee to consist of two members of the Senate and three . Provided further. A N ACT establishing a Mission Home and school near Blue Jacket Station. etc. same from the Superintendent of the said Male nary. or other person or officers or citizens of the Cherokee Semi- persons Nation who may be responsible.42 JOINT RESOLUTION. That said Mission home and school. J O I N T RESOLUTION. 1881. That said Mission home and school be established and put in operation within two years from and after the passage of this a c t . That permission be. and his bondsmen. and the Principal Chief shall at the next session of the National Council report whatever he may have done herein provided for and directed. provided. 1881.

consisting of two persons. or its citizens thereof. therefore. D. M. authorize the appointment of a delegation. Eoss. for the purpose of representing the Cherokee Nation before the government of the United States on all matters of interest touching the rights of this Nation. 1881. Wolfe and Daniel H. In pursuance of said act. and as Attorney and counsel of the Nation for another year. Be it further enacted. have been duly constituted such delegates. D. SEC. 43 members of the Council for the purpose of taking into consideration the best disposition to be made of certain walnut and other timber seized by order of the Principal Chief in July. A. SEC. That the said delegation are authorized to continue Wm. 1. That it shall be the duty of said Delegation to proceed to the City of Washington without delay to represent the Cherokee Nation before the Congress of the United States or the Departments thereof. or so much thereof . The National Council did by the provision of an act approved December 1881. appointed under an act ap- proved December. 1881. D. under the 22nd article of the treaty of 1866. C .INSTRUCTING AND EMPOWERING DELEGATION. 1881. Approved December 6. Philips as Special Agent of the Cherokee Nation. AN ACT instructing and empowering the delegation to Washington. Be it enacted by the National Council. 2. E. A. C. to proceed to the city of Washington. and Whereas. Whereas.

5. the Congress. as they may deem necessary. and to resist the creation of any civil and judicial authority in conflict with our treaties. 4. and to press to a final and satisfactory- settlement and determination all cases involving these rights and interests. or or the the Depart- ments of the United States government that will impair. not exceeding that heretofore paid. and to maintain its authority and resist all invasions of it by the courts. SEC. the passage through the Congress of the United States of any bill for the establishment of any sort of a Territoral Government over the Cherokee Nation. Be it further enacted.44 INSTRUCTING 4ND EMPOWERING DELEGATION. Be it further enacted. SEC. or the country known as the Indian adoption of any policj by Congress Territory. as guaranteed bytreaty. That said delega- tion is hereby instructed to use all proper means t» prevent the sectionizing and allotment of any of the . or the Departments of the United States. or interfere with the rights of soil and self-government guaranteed the Cherokee Nation treaty stipulations entered into with the by government of the United States. at a rate for compensa- tion and expenditures connected therewith. That said delegation are hereby instructed to use all lawful and available means to prevent any infraction of the powers or jurisdiction of the Cherokee Nation. That the said Delegation are hereby authorized and instructed to protest against and oppose by all lawful and available means. SEC. 3. Be it further enacted. reduce.

population. and systems dangerous to the whole. or revival of any land grant which would include any portion of the same. 45 lands of the Cherokee Nation. over any people or portion of the Indian Territory. without obtaining' the consent of the Council as required by treaty. thereby introducing discordant elements of authority. Be it further enacted. and shall secure if practicable the cancellation of all such pretended grants. the annexation of any portion of the Cherokee Nation.I N S T R U C T I N G AND E M P O W E R I N G DELEGATION. or of any land grants. They shall further resist all attempts to invade the Cherokee Nation or the Indian Territory. and to oppose the allotment of the lands of any tribe in the Indian Territory without the consent of the tribe interested. and subversive of the guarantees which our people recehed by treaty when they settled in this countiy. That said Delegation is further instructed to protest against and resist all measures designed to take possession of any of the lands or property of the Cherokee Nation. and also to oppose by everj lawful means in their power. SEC. State. and shall labor to secure the expulsion of all invaders or ititruders. or to he included in the jurisdiction of the same in violation of our treaties. State. or Territory. 6. or Territory. or from any Indian . and likewise to resist the extension of the jurisdiction of any Country. to any Country. They shall further secure if possible amendments to the Statutes of the United States by which the cutting or the removal of other property unlawfully from the Cherokee Nation.

and the shall carry all questions touching these lands to the At- torney General. largest practicable amount at an early date. That the said Delhereby authorized and instructed prosecute to a final settlement with the United to States all the unsettled business of the Cherokee Nation with said United States. lands or reservations shall be prevented and the depredators punished. and shall secure to the Cherokee Nation from them. They are further authorized and instructed press to some settlement the claim of the to Cherokee Nation to that portion of the Cherokee outlet north of the Pan Handle of Texas. That said Delegation are hereby authorized and instructed to make such disposition of the lands of the Cherokee Nation referred to in the 18th Article of the treaty of 1866. secure the prompt disposal of the remainder of the strip in Kansas. and shall if necessary secure the passage of a bill to graduate and reduce the residue of said strip when it can not be disposed present of at the price. egation are Be it further enacted. Be it further enacted. the proceeds to be paid and applied as the treaty directs. and particularly all questions relating to the lands of the Cherokees lying west of the Arkansaw river. SEC. 7. SEC. and to secure without further delà} the . and to dispose of such lands if practicable in bulk so as to close them out. being and lying in the state of Alabama and Arkansas. They shall likewise in a similar manner by advertising and otherwise.46 INSTRUCTING AND EMPOWERING DELEGATION. as such treaty requires. if necessary. 8.

and that of the balance due on these lands that the sum of five hundred thousand dollars may be invested as a permanent school or Seminary fund. They shall further resist all cl: uns made r. but shall . and will secure to the Nation a revenue therefrom—and further the said Delegation is instructed to secure payment of as lar«e an amount as can possibly be obtained of the price due from said lands and the restoration to the full possession and authority of the Cherokee Nation of such of these lands as the United States will not pay for promptly. to be invested in the same manner as other funds of the Cherokee Nation. so that they shall be fully restored as the property and under of the Cherokee Nation. and in the jurisdiction such a manner as will secure them as permanent property of the Cherokee Nation. 1 y all hwful means resist such an infraction of treaty. That said delega- tion shall resist the unwarranted demands of certain North Carolina Cherokees to a division of the funds and lands of the Cherokee Nation.I N S T R U C T I N G AND E M P O W E R I N G D E L E G A T I O N .nd preteired in Washington against the Cherokee Nata n. and deposits on these lands. Í). and said Delegation shall endeavor to secure a per capita payment of as large a proportion of the remainder as can be obtained to be applied in the same manner as the first payment of the three hundred thousand dollars on said lands was obtained. SEO. 47 remainder of the price still due for these lands. and shall. and the said Delegation are hereby authorized and instructed to obtain if practicable the Salines or Salt Plains. F>e it further enacted.

10. They should also lend all the aid within power to secure payment for subsistence stores or other property taken by the United States army in the late war. and shall finally attend to all eases which arise affecting rights and interests of the Cherokee Nation in aeecordance with these instructions.ll questions. They shall also endeavor to secure the transportation and subsistence money due under treaty and law to such Cherokees of or from North Carolina who may remove. Be it further enacted. That the said del- egation shall each be allowed five dollars per diem and their necessary expenses while necessarily absent on . to the Cherokee National Council. and shall do all in the . at their own expenses. and treaties and constitution of the Cherokee Nation. SKC. as to the disposition Cherokee of property. pay or other dues still remaining any citizen of - pension unpaid to the Cherokee Nation. also to secure the prompt paj nient of bounties. SKC. r power to secure the collection of tax or revenue from lands lying west of Arkansas River. 11. Be it further enacted. and claims for horses taken and used in th servie of the united States. That the Chero- kees shall furnish all aid in tlieir power to collect the claim of the Old Settler Cherokees. or who. insist AX1> K M P O W E H I N U on the ' payment m DELEGATION.48 INSTRUCTlNc. Cherokee funds as her treaties direct whicli leave r. may have removed to the Cherokee Nation. and they shall give such assistance as they can render to any individual interest in the Nation consistent with and possible after a faithful discharge of tlieir public duties.

AND EMPOWERING DELEGATION. 14. or so much thereof as may be necessary. That the said delegation shall report to the next session of the success of their mission and the condition of affairs at Washington. Be it further enacted. and if necessary will endeavor to secure amendments for such purpose to the (so-called) Intercourse Laws. SEC. and the Principal Chief shall draw preferred warrants for the same. That the said 4 . aNo including other necessary expenses of printing. etc. SEC. 49 their mission and the sum of Ave thousand dollars. and the Principal Chief shall draw preferred warrants from time to time for such portions of service as are rendered under agreement. 13.INSÏRVCTING. SEC. 12. is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belong'ng to the general fund and not otherwise appropriated to pay the per diem allowance and expenses of said delegation. That the said delegation is hereby further instructed to apply to the United States Government through the proper authorities thereof for such executive action as will prevent the sale of intoxicating liquors at the military posts in the Indian Territory. Be it further enacted. Be it further enacted. and the delegation shall be required to render a certified report of receipts and disbursements of said funds to the next annual session of the National Council.. There is also appropriated a sum not exceeding in the aggregate that paid attorney and business agent the past jear or so much thereof as may be required.

AN ACT to amend a part of chapter 10. of the Compiled laws entitled An Act relating to SKC. I). . Approved December 17. and receive a salary each of six hundred dollars per annum. 1881. and one for the Female for Seminary. by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. or in other matters as required by these instructions and the treaty and laws regulating the same and . That the Principal Chief. and turn over the same to the Board of Education of all ir oneys received and disbursed by them and accompany such reports with receipts as vouchers for all such disbursments. each Steward appointed under the provisions of this act. who shall hold their office for one year. the collecting of deferred annuities. The Steward shall l ^ e control of The domestic department of their respective Seminaries. and the Board of Education shall not allow any such stewards for any item of disburstnent contained in anysuch report unless varified by such voucher. by the National Council. 1. BUSHYIIHAD. and receive all moneys for board of pupils."¡0 ACT RELATING TO EDUCATION. they are further authorized to render such assistance as may be necessary to the Shawnee and Delaware citizens of nation in any and all matters affecting their this interests. delegation is hereby authorized to make any necessary arrangements or contracts for the sale of lands in Alabama.. Principal Chief. W. Be it enacted Education. shall appoint one Steward the Male Seminary.

and shall registered by the Board of Education. Board responsible Be it further enacted. and S E C . That have of therefor. That there shall be. to b e approved by the Principal Chief for the faithful per- formance of his official duties and t h o s e imposed upon him by the Board of Education. one Principal Teacher at a of one h u n d r e d dollars per month Assistant and two salary teachers at a salary of seventy-rtve dollars per t month each.ACT RELATING TO EDUCATION. a p p r o v e d by t h e Principal Chief and said requisition shall be made monthly and shall Eduwinch state . The funds derhed and is hereby devoted to the support of the Male a n d Female Seminaries aud the Primary Departments thereof. 51 execute to the Nation a bond. board at the Male a n d Female Seminaries be live dollars per month. at said ries shall in like manner pay such per snm of Seminaweek as the Board of Education may prescribe which payment shall be in cash or National certificates. and be made pre- from the grazing of cattle west of the Arkansas Hiver shall be. Provided. shall before entering upon his duties. and pupils taking meals only. that no funds herein appropriated shall be paid except upon requisition of the Board of cation. S E C . with good and sufficient security. 2. for each Seminary. from a n d after the close of these present terms school. The principal teacher of each Seminary shall entire charge of the educational department subject to the control and direction of the Education. shall be held thereof. Be it further enacted. 3. ferred w a r r a n t s thereof.

and one dollar extra for every pupil over the agem fifteen. and employees and the number of days each one has been present during the month for which time the requisition is made. Be it further enacted. SEC. 7.->2 ACT R E L A T I N G T O ETH T CAT10ÏÏ. and from those who are not living near District schools and who are unable to pay board at the Seminaries for the term of four years and that the primaries so selected shall not he less than twelve years and not over twenty years of age. and the primaries herein provided for shall be selected as vacancies occur in each of said Institutions and the number shall not exceed fifty to each Seminary. shall be thirty dollars per month. That the minimum pay of teachers for the Primary schools. Be it further enacted. SEC. Be it further enacted. Be it further enacted. That the the Secretary of the Board of Education salary of shall he seven hundred dollars since his duties under them are more numerous than those of other members. provided the maximum of fCiO. pupils. 6. 4. that the pay be upon sworn report of teachers. That the Commissioners of the Board of Education shall in their re- spective Districts select the primary pupils to be supported at the public expense from the most indigent children. SEC. in detail the number of teachers.OO and this average be based upon the children of citizens alone. .. That the Board of Education shall execute to the Nation a penal bond of ten thousand dollars for the faithful performance of .">. provided further. SEO.

$8. Ü00 (10 Pay of t w o Assistant Teachers per month £75. to be approved. Current Expenses.MALE AND FEMALE SEMINARIES. 500 00 00 00 00 0. That the sum of one h u n d r e d and fifty dollars be.00. not otherwise appropriated. 231 d r a w n in favor of Eliza Wright and for • which was no appropriation and the Treasurer is there hereby authorized to pay t h e same.s follows : MALE SEMINARY. Be it further enacted. (iOO 00 Paj of oiie Principal Teacher permo-ith *100. 500 00 FEMALE SEMINARY.550 00 .) 00 ««11. 9. 600 Pay of one Principal Teacher per month £100. 350 Pay for Text Books. fifty-nine Be it further enacted.000 Pay of one Steward. for the support Male and Female Seminaries and Common the Cherokee Nation for the year of tlie Schools 1881 and of 1882 i. S E C . • 53 their official duties.00. Current Expenses. S E C .00. 200 Pay for Repairs. 200 00 Pay for repair on building. 8. 900 Pay of two Assistant Teachers per month $75. *8. That the sum of thousand four hundred and ninety-five dolíais be. and t h e same is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the Treasury belonging to the School Fund.000 OO Pay of one Steward per atinum. 350 00 Pay for Text Books. . and filed with the Principal Chief. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the School F u n d not otherwise appropriated to pay Robert McLamore for warrant No.00.

at ¿35. ending' December 23rd. «14. Dnncan. *1.00.000.500. for the payment of which t h e Principal Chief will be authorized to draw sum. That from after the passage of this" act. 1SS1. S E C 11. «150.00.00. day of October of each year to the Principal Chief for the information of t h e National Council.00 per month each. Total 81.00: N.00. Approximated at $35. contingent for Board of Education ?*250.00. Wright. A 150. Be it further enacted. BOARD O F R D F C A T r o y . That the funds shall not be used for any oth- er purpose than that for which it is appropriated and t h e Board of Education is hereby required to render a full and complete detail statement of the disburs- ment of the above funds and also receipts on account of board on or before the 25th. Salary of Board of Education for three members (« StfOO.420. one warrant «229. the Physician employed by the Board of Education. «18. Total «34.00.00: 100 Schools with 103 Tea d u r s for Ave months term ending' July 1*82. each per annum and one at «700. to attend the sick at Cherokee Orphan Asylum shall receive as and the compensa- tion for his services the sum of eight hundred dollars ($800.00.245.00 Text Rooks.00 per annum.00. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw his warrants accordingly. S E C 10.00) per annum. per month each. one warrant «230.025. war- . Mary A. P>e it further herein appropriated enacted. 100 Schools with 103 Teachers for four months term.00. A.54 COMMON SCHOOLS AXU BOARD OF K D U C A T H » \ COMMON SCHOOLS.

") rants quarterly upon the Treasury. Concurred in with the following' amendment: pay of Fannie Hlythe. day of J u n e 1882. B U N C H ."). provided that t h e Orphan As. 1881. shall be required to fur- nish his own medical supplies and apparatus necessary for properly attending the sick. December 10th. N. 1881. if necessary. i2.ACT R E L A T I N G TO EDUCATION. S E O . and the same are lierebj repealed. payable out of the Orphan Fund. shall be one hundred and - The titty dollars as teacher of Mitchell Spring School. this act.\luin as a school shall not close the present session before the .'50th. Delaware District C. Assistant and Acting' Principal Chief. K. Be it further enacted. That the said Physician. . and parts of laws in coiiitlict with That all laws. that he shall board himself and shall be required to visit the sick of said institution daily. be. . Approved December lot Ii.

Acts Making Appropriations. o 1. . The Constitution declares that the lands of the Cherokee Nation shall remain common property. Acts Admitting to Citizenship. Whereas. PENAL LAWS. and Whereas. The inclosure of large podies of land for whatever purpose is violative of the paramount ownership of the people in the common property of the Nation. Ó. ENACTED DURING THE REGULAR AND SPECIAL SESSIONS OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL IN THE YEAR 1882. . lVnal Law>. Special and Mi-cellaneou> Act-.Í. AN ACT to prevent monopoly of the Public Domain. and calls for the exercise of the power invested in the National Council to adopt such laws and regulations as it may deem proper to prevent citizens from monopolizing improvements. and that the National Council shall have the power to adopt such laws and regulations as its wisdom may deem expedient and proper to prevent citizens from monopolizing improvements with the view of speculation . 4. •2. Aet> Authorizing to T r a d e . therefore.LAWS OK T1IK CHEROKEE XATION.

to remove it. for the purpose of grazing a greater quantity of land than fifty acres attached to the farm owned or occupied by such person.MONOPOLY OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. whether barbed or plain—and posts. and where such inclosures exist. Be it further enacted. or as constituting any part of an improvement under the Constitution. after giving further notice of the time and place of sale in three successive issues of the Cherokee Advocate. are hereby declared to be unlawful. the said material having been at no time recognized as constituting a lawful fence in the Cherokee Nation. it shall not be lawful for any person to hold. Be it further enacted. to-wit : Wooden posts not less than seven feet long. 57 That all inclosures of the lands of the Cherokee Nation by wire. one wire four . That in case any farm is or shall be inclosed by wire and wood or iron posts. he being a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. wherein such fencing may be found. the owners or claimants of the wire and posts used in making such inclosures are required to remove the same within ninety days after the paspage of this act. six inches in diameter. firmly set in the ground two feet. such fence shall be lawful when constructed as fol- lows. That from and after the passage of this act. and not exceeding eight feet apart. and to sell so much thereof as may be required to cover the costs of such removal. Be it enacted by the National Council. or it shall be the duty of the Sheriff of the District. wood or iron.

1882. one by six or eight incites. and family : wife. W. November 15. A N ACT re-admitting Joseph Quinton. inches from the ground: next. Principal Chief. W. Laura Ann John. and are hereby re-admitted to all the rights and privileges of Cherokee citizens. third wire fifteen inches above second wire . eighteen inches above third wire : said wires to be fully stretched and securely fastened to the posts. Be it enacted by the National Council. four inches above first wire: next. son. one by six inches. IÏURHYTTEAT). BUSHYHEA1). ACTS ADMITTING TO CTTIZKXSILIP. Ljdia Quint on and Moses Quinton to citizenship. 1882. J).58 ACTS ADMITTING TO CITIZENSHIP. second board. Approved November 21. Principal Chief. and the boards to be securely nailed to the posts. A N ACT to admit Martha Shufeldt and children. and Minnie . Moses Quinton. Lydia Quinton . Frank and Percy Shufeldt Chouteau to citizenship. next. That Jos- eph Quinton . 1882. 1). Approved December 9. one board. be. second wire four inches above first board.

18(59. that the mitted shall pay to the persons herein ad- Treasurer of the Cherokee Nation t h e sum of one hundred and ninety-five dollars each t h e same being the amount the now citizens of Shawnees per capita paid by t h e Cherokee Nation. C. all Shawnee Indians by blood. and they are hereby admitted to a l l . provided. and citizens of the Cherokee Nation on t h e same between t h e conditions imposed by the agreement Cherokee Nation and the Shawnees con- cluded J u n e 7th. 1882. 18(59. A p p r o v e d December 9. . a n d provided further. Laura Ann John.ACTS ADMITTING TO CITIZKNSHTP. B U S H Y H E A I ) . S K C . 2. That M. I). Principal Chief. That Mar- tha Shufeldt and children. that the above amounts shall be paid by each of said Shawnees before any rights shall a c c r u e under this act. privileges a n d immunities of other Shawnees residence in. W. f>9 Be it enacted by the national Council. Shufeldt (a white man father of the above named children) shall be t o comply with the law of this termarriage lie shall be of White Men and recognized as a Nation required entitled Foreigners" citizen and '' Inbefore of this tion. be. Na- .Frank and' Percy Shufeldt and Minnie Chouteau. and approved by the President J u n e 9th. t h e rights.

G l o ' s A Not'lls. 1883. 2. ¡11. General Mdse. TO WHOM UKANI'KI) * I TITLK OK FIRM. E . 1882.A R. J . P. Alfertl Foyit ACTS MAKING APPROPRIATIONS. ¡ General Mdse. e r a l Mdse. LOCATION. Dist. That the sum of five thousand one hundred and fourteen dollars and seventy-five cents ($5. N. Walker. Mitchell. General Mdse. R. 4. Dist. No

. 1882. General Muse. !t. i N o v T î ï . K. Israel.)as.| 8. 20. Dist Drug». 1882. I)ownin< ville. General Mdse. 1882. 4. A VV. Going General Mdse. 27. L i n d s a y * Wm. Talilequah. 5. Dele. 1882. Nov. Cl. Coo. C. 28.' McCraeken. Vini ta. F. River General Mdse. AN ACT making an appropriation for the current contingent. !2. A luirían & P r a i r i e Citv. General Mdse.Nov.1 110. ¡ Foyit's Ridge. Snake District.ACTS A U T H O R I Z I N G TO 60 TRADE. Oaks. P. Grand Mills. 'Nov. Cimillo Clan-more. Kraiik Cass. and for other purposes. Dist. Ylnita. Nov. C. 1882 6. Bell. T.. iim.DATE OF ACT. 20. G. Drugs & Med. Tow u. ! W. 1 N o \ . L.~~188T. NovT~2l". ' 1 . U'82. ¡IN WHAT AKTI. ACTS AUTHORIZING TO TRADE. Lucían B.—1882T I. (x. Bartle»wlle& Hill General Muse. 1. •Echo. G c . 1882. . Hi. Win. 1882. N.114. Coo. s. .1882. I'incs & Notions. General Mtlse. (¡enera! Mdse. D i n g s . Tun. Be it enacted by the National Council. . I nerc. Mrs. Nov.75) is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise ap- propriated and belonging to the General Fund to defray . C. 27. Dee. Oaks. Nov. Ka»mus. 5. liuingiiiner.i. n i s t Wm. 1882. S. Sequoyah Dis't. H . Edward ByrJ & Prior's Creek. Thomas Kelly.. 20. Lewi. expenses of the National Prison and for the iiscal year ending September 30. iXov. Pen-v Walker. R<jl)t. !). 1«82. Chotean. 28. 1882. Talilequah. Pveatt & Evans. 28. 115. 28. Curliî C a r e \ ' s Ferry... C. Lindsev.KS. No\l>S. Family. Ironsides. icines. H . TieneniÍMÚlse. Coo. 14. Medi-INov. W. Dec. Battles.

$ 1. Pardon or discharge. Approved December 9. Thompson. Guard. Guard. 1883.00 Contingent expenses. $3. .20) is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund not otherwise appropriated to pay the following indebtedness of the National Prison for the fiscal year ending September 30th. 1882. Pay of Jail Guards. 1882. Guard.274.440. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw preferred warrants in fayor of the parties below named. Expenses in case of Execution. 61 the current and contingent expenses of the National Prison for the fiscal year ending September 30.75 3rd. (sundries ware) Total indebtedness. BITSHYHEAD. W.Terrel Prison Guard. That the sum of eight hun- dred and nine dollars and twenty cents (809. #250. Green . Guard. 721 70 £809 20 D.EXPENSES OF THE NATIONAL PRISON. $4 00 Bnshshead Seyier. for the amount set opposite each name. And the Principal £150. 26 00 Johnson Parris. Be it further enacted.00 Chief is hereby authorized to draw preferred warrants on the General Fund in fayor of the High Sheriff therefor. 30 00 Jeff French. 22 50 J. Principal Chief. 5 00 Cull Thorn.00 2nd. to be applied as follows: 1st. For Supplies.

00 Whereas. IX W. " 231 . day of April 1880. aud virtue of the original which were lost and the Treasurer is required to with-hold payment on the original warrants if presented and the same is declared null and void. Hartley for the benefit of J.* 70. Approved December 8.00 No.02 EXPENSES OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. Hartley was owner of the National warrants on the General Fund. . Blind and Indigent Asylum for the fiscal year ending" September 30. sum of two thousand three hundred-and That the fifty-seven . Hartley dated Oct. Thompson. and is hereby authorized to issue to said J. That the Principal Chief be. Be it enacted by the National Council. 7. AN ACT making an appropriation to defray the current and cont'ngent expenses of the Insane."Ï0 Total * 301. and described as fol- lows : No. 921. Principal Chief. 30. at Elpazzo. 1293 " " " " " Dec. issued to J.. Be it enacted by the National Council. were lost or destroyed in a cyclone on the 18th. J. AN ACT tor the relief of J . BCSHYIIEA1). 18*-2. 1878. an affidavit to the abo\e ed to this Thompson: preanmle facts and being made is attach- being transferred to J. Thompson du- plicate warrants which shall have the same date. 1883. Whereas. Therefore. and force. Arkansas.

Teamster at •>12. Contingent Expenses."» 7.'50.. " •' " " "• Flour at £2. *7ô" 00 2« 0-Ü 12Ô 00 W> 00 4. Beds ¡:nd Bedding.'> . Blind a n d Indigent Asylum fund. IS 3. Navv Beans. for the liscal year ending September ."> 12.00 per month.0 00 1 0 00 . to defray the current expenses of said Asylum. Be it further enacted. Sugar at 10 cts.ô4:) is hereby appropriated ont of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Beef at 00 cts.") cts.10 cts. Coal Oil " Salt bii Corn bid. Total Estimate Current Expense.00 per month.">. b i d s . Pay of Trustees. Cooking Ctensils. Cook at ¥10.". dollars and fifty-four and one-sixth 63 cents (*2.'»4' The sum of eight hundred and thirty dollars and t h r e e cents is hereby appropri- ated out of any money in ihe Treasury otherwise appropriated and belonging to the Indigent Asylum fund to pay the not Insane. as per the following esti- mate of necessary expenses for the Institution for the time specified: ."> oo <> 00 7 .00 per week.-)() 10."» 00 0 00 100 00 120 (Mr 1."» 00 40 00 ".">7. Matron at *1.. Medica! Superintendent. Steward.{' (MM) 2000 1000 3000 300 400 4 3 300 1 1 1 1 1 lbs. per bushel.*>2 00 2. and belonging to the In- sane.""» 200 00 00 00 oo «i2. Wash woman ¿1. Condiments peper etc. Clothing.37. Repairs on water works laundry building.1Ü Meal at . Coffee at 1.">(i per month.3.EXPENSES OF THE INSANE ASYLUM.">0 00 400 00 10 00 ' and 7. Blind following and indebted- . Bacon at 12' cts.

Boss. W. Provided for a greater further. G. H.3 Wm. (mdse^ 8290 (59 J . McSpadden.) 24 2. 3 3.September 30. B. Woods. W. for the support of the same for no longer time than thirty days upon any one estimate or requisition. A. (trustee Ave days) 20 10 James Hendrix. ( " four '• ) 10 00 T. (steward three months) ' 0 00 Edward Foreman. ( " Ave '• ) 20 00 s " "* " (secretary board two days) 00 '• " " (monthly visits four days) 10 00 Elias Crittenden. ness of the said Asylum for the last quarter of the fiscal year ending. J. (bacon &c. Cherokee Nation shall be made monthly and the Principal Chief is hereby directed to issue warrants. (" ) 25 CO Anna Alexander. Stapler & Son. (bacon) 1-2 4<S H. H. (teamster) 9 00 Charles Alexander. all estimates and requisitions for support of the Male and the Female Seminaries and all other public institutions of the. $830 03 And the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to warrants accordingly to the above estimate draw of contin- gent and current expenses and also in favor of the parties to whom the Asylum is indebted per above list: Provided. Hughs. (cook) 20 00 Total indebtedness.64 EXPENSES OF THE INSANE ASYLt'M. (floui) N> 00 " " (kraut) h 00 <• " (sweet potatoes) 8 00 W. Jay Thornton. Balentine. Thompson. That no warrant shall issue sum than the amount appropriated . Hendrix. Johnson."»0 Moses Ward.~> W. (beef account) K! 30 Mrs. 1 NS2. 7 40 G. (blacksmithing) 4 00 E. (corn meal) 12 .

1. 1.000 00 current expenses. 600 00 " " Principal Teacher per annum. for the support of any of said institutions for one month. salary of Steward. Be it enacted by the National Council. 250 00 Text Books.045. 600 oo " " Principal Teacher per annum.65 P R I M A R Y AND H I G H SCHOOLS.200 00 Repairs on Building and grounds.200 00 " " first assistant teacher. 5 0 00 " " second assistant teacher. 500 00 " " second assistant teacher. 400 CO " " third assistant teacher. FEMALE SEMINAEY. For " " " " " For " " $ 10. BUSHYHEA1).. 250 00 Text Books.000 00 current expenses. 400 00 500 00 Library. 1. For " " " " " For " " £10. That the sum of $66. . and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the School Fund and not otherwise appropriated to be disbursed as follows : MALE SEMINARY. 1.200 10 " " first assistant teacher. Principal Chief. AN ACT making an appropriation for the support of the Primary and High schools' of the Cherokee Nation for the scholastic year 1883.200 00 Repairs on building and grounds. 1882. 400 Ü0 500 00 Library. salary of Steward. December 11. IX W. Approved. 400 00 '• " third assistant teacher.00 be.

Be it further enacted.420.445 UO For Text Books.32.00 be.000 ( 0 SALARY O F BOARD O F EDUCATION. P. . E.800 00 '* Be it further enacted. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the School Fund and not otherwise appropriated for the pay of teachers of the primary schools for term ending December 22. Two members at $«00.">.0O per month. it shall be the duty of the Principal Chief to discontinue the same until the meeting of t h e National Council. Be it further enacted. 1. 1882.t')i> FR1M4RY AND HKIH SCHOOLS. Vann. Be it further enacted. . 1?217 00 That at an additional $150. That in all cases when the appropriation is insufficient to continue the schools for the length of time herein provided for. PKIMAKY SCHOOLS.00 each.2. . That t h e sum of $4. for teaching Black Jack School in Canadian District.. Female $2.017. *1.»U be. for the term ending June 30. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Tre'asury belonging to the School Fund and not otherwise appropriated to make u p the deficiency in former appropriation for the current expenses of the Male and Female Seminaries for the year 1882. To be disbursed as follows: Male Seminary. X. For the pay of 103 teachers at an approximate salary of *3. One member as Secretary. C.U 0(1 800 00 That the sum of <*U.00 be appropriated to pay Mrs. 1882.

• Mrs.200(0. J. 30 7. *150 00 and t h e Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw warrants accordingly. Timberlake. W. . Be it further enacted. That the •Î400. Be it further enacted. Van Ant warp Bragg & Co.00 each.000. Crutch Held. That t h e sum $32. Win. V. ' Le\ison & Blythe Stationery Co.P R I M A R Y A:ND H I G H VOHOOLS. 1). That t h e sum be. Stapler & Son. Barnes. H.37 out of any School Fund and not otherwise appropriated to pay certain persons as follows : J. C. That t h e amount appropriated for the repairs of each of the Seminaries be $801.994. That t h e salary of t h e Secretary of the Board of Education be six h u n d r e d dollars per annum. to-witt : A. P a t t e r s o n & Co. That the Principal Teachers for each of t h e salaries Male and of the Female Seminaries shall be #1.450. Percival.00 a p p r o p r i a t e d for the pay t e a c h e r s be applied for the pay of teachers for of the term e n d i n g December 1883. W.5 54 02 90 46 00 20 7 20 and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw warrants accordingly. and the same is h e r e b y appropriated money in the Treasury belonging t o the of $1. Mark Bean. $104 373 435 915 15 53 15 75 John Sanders.0J is hereby appropriated out 67 further sum of of any money be- longing to the School F u n d not otherwise appropriated. Be it further enacted. *250 00 Miss Ellen Yore. K.00 instead of $1.

«8

APPROPRIATION TO PAY ( T E H E X T EXPENSES.

Provided further,

That in no case hereafter

any person having charge of the public funds

shall
pledge

the credit of the Cherokee Nation for any sum and
any officer so doing shall be summarily dismissed from
office by the Principal Chief and in all cases

officers

of the Cherokee Nation shall be held responsible

for

the conduct of all persons appointed by them

having

charge of the public funds

of the Cherokee

Nation

whether

General, School, Orphan

the same be the

fund, or the support of the Blind and Indigent.
Be it further enacted,

That the reductions

made

in the above amendments be correspondingly made in
each of the above sections providing for the
priations.

appro-

December 15, 1882.

Approved December 16, 1882.
I). W. BUSHYHEAI),
Principal Chief.
A N ACT making an appropriation t o pay the

current

and contingent expenses of the National Council
and Executive Office for the regular term of 1882
and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the National Council,

That there

be, mid is hereby appropriated out of any monies in
the General Fund not otherwise appropriated the sum
of ($12,120.00) dollars or so much thereof as may be
necessary to pay the following named persons
amounts set opposite their names and the
Chief is hereby authorized to draw warrants
ingly.

the

Principal
accord-

APPROPRIATION FOB CHEROKEE ADVOCATE.

(59

[REMARK.
This being the second session of the
Eighth National Council since the Constitution was
amended, and the members and term of service beingthe same as in 1881, the list of names and amounts
are not republished.]

Be it further enacted,
sufficient

That should there not be

money in the General . Fund now in the

hands of the National Treasurer, the said Treasurer is
hereby authorized to borrow from the School Fund
or any other fund in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated to carry into effect the provisions of this
law; provided however,

he re-imburse the sum out

of the first monies coining into his hands on account
of the General Fund.
Be it further enacted,

That all warrants drawn

pursuant to act of appropriation in Compiled Laws,
article 7, chapter 12, for the pay of salaries annual and
per diem of officers of the Nation for services performed be, and the same are hereby made preferred.
December 8, 1882.
Concurred in by the Council with the

following

amendment :
Be it further enacted,

That the above act shall

apply so far as to appropriate in like manner the sum
of seventy-two ($72.00) dollars for the benefit of J. B.
Mayes as Chief Clerk of Conncil, and also the sum of
one hundred and fifty-two ($152.00) dollars for R. M.
Wolfe as Interpreter for Executive and the Principal
Chief is hereby authorized to draw warrants accordingly.
Be it further enacted,

That one hundred and fifty-

two (1152.00) dollars opposite the names of Chas. Starr

70

APPROPRIATION FOR CHKROKKK ADVOC'RTK.

and John B. Johnson

be erased and that one hun-

dred and sixtj (*1<î0.00) dollars be inserted.
Approved December 9. 1882.
D. \V. B r S I T Y H E A l ) .
Principal Chief.
Ax 'ACT making an appropriation for the current and
contingent expenses of the Cherokee Advocate for
the fiscal year ending September

30th, 1883 and

other purposes.
Be it enacted by the National

Council,

That the

sum of three thousand and five hundred ($3,.">00.00)i dollars, be, and the

same is hereby appropriated

out of

any monies in the Treasury belonging to the General
Fund, not otherwise appropriated, for the current and
contingent expenses of the Cherokee Advocate for the
fiscal

year ending

September

30th, 1883,

Principal Chief is authorized to draw his
accordingly in favor

of the Editor of the

and

the

warrants
Cherokee

Advocate.
Be it further

enacted,

That the further sum of

six hundred and twenty dollars and

fifty-seven

be, and the same is hereby appropriated

cents,

out of any

monies in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund
not otherwise appropriated

for the following

named

persons, to-wit:
Editor Cherokee Advocate to pay accounts for
Advocate for 1882,
'
$380 67
Wni. Eubanks translating bills,
."»6 00
C. W. Starr printing Senate and Council bill,
70 00
Wm. Leoser printing Evrt. Procs.. Thanksgiving, 27 00
Johnson Thompson,
46 00
Gus Ivey,
,->0 00

That all warrants issued in favor of the Cherokee Advocate and public printing be made preferred. Compiled Laws of Cher- okee Nation. W.. Be it enacted by the National Council. 71 And the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw his warrants accordingly.. at the rate of five dollars per day of . also all reports of the officers required by law to make reports —and the same to be furnished the Editor by the Clerk of the Senate. That the sum of five hundred dollars ($500. 9. Principal Chief. Concurred in with the following amendment : Provided. That the appropriation above made for current and contingent expenses includes all expenses of the office such as printing-paper. I). blanks for the District and Executive offices. Approved December 15.00) or so much thereof as may be necessary is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund and not otherwise appropriated to pay for the services and expenses of any Commissioners who may be appointed by the Principal Chief to meet like Commissioners of otlier tribes of this Territory in pursuance of Sec. AN ACT making an appropriation to pay the expenses and compensation of Commissioners of the Cherokee Nation at an International Council.A P P R O P R I A T I O N FOR AN INTERNATIONAL ('OCNCII. page 38. BUSHYHEAI). 1882. Be it further enacted.

72

V P P R O P H I VTION TO PA.Y C U R R E N T E X P E N S E D

attendance of council of each Commissioner

including

all of his expenses, and the Principal Chief shall be
authorized to draw preferred warrants accordingly upon the certificate of the Clerk of any International
Commission or Council, which such Cherokee Commissioners may be appointed to attend, of the number of
days such council shall be in session with mileage at
ten cents per "mile going and returning.

December

l.->th, 1883.
Approved December It», 1882.
1). \V. BUSHYHEAD.
Principal Chief.

AN" ACT making an appropriation to pay the

current

and contingent expenses of the Extra Session of
the National

Council and

Executive Office and

for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the National Council,
be, and is hereby appropriated

out of

That there
any money

in the General Fund not otherwise appropriated the
sum of two thousand one hundred and forty

dollars, -

or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the following named persons, the amounts set opposite their
names, and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to
draw preferred warrants accordingly.
[REMARK.
The list of names and amounts is a
counterpart and repetition of the act to pay expenses
of Extra Session of 1881—the term of service being
the same as then, and it being the second session of
the Eighth National Council since the Constitutional
Amendments.]

APPROPRIATION TO PAY LIST OF CLAIMS.

Be it enacted by the
revenue collected

National Council,

on stock

grazed

73

That the

West of 96° and

now in t h e Treasury amounting t o thirty-seven thousand four

hundred

and

twelve dollars and

fifty-five

cents (*37,412..V)) is hereby transferred to the General
Fund.
Be it
dollars or

further

enacted,

so much

That the

sum

of

fifty

thereof as may be necessary

is

hereby appropriated out of any monies in the Treasury
belonging to the General F u n d

and not

otherwise ap-

propriated to pay for a pigeon-hole desk to
papers and

records

of t h e Senate and t h e Principal

Chief is hereby authorized to draw
for t h e

hold the

preferred warrants

same in favor of the contractor

doing

said

work, upon completion of the same.
December 16, 1882.
Concurred in with the following amendment :
Be it further

enacted,

That the sum

of

twenty-

eight (28.00) dollars be appropriated in like manner as
above for the benefit of William Ballard, and t h e Principal Chief will issue a preferred warrant accordingly.
Approved:
]). W. B U S H Y H E A I ) ,
Principal Chief.

A N A C T making an appropriation for the payment of a
list of claims a s registered
Claims,'December 9th, 1882.

by the Committee

on

74

APPROPRIATION TO V\
SO.

LIST OF CLAIMS.
AMOrNT.

NAMES.

1 George Downing.
2 George Blair.
3 James Stapler.
4 James King,
5 Ose Benge.
6 A. H. McGregor.
7 Johnson Thompson.
8 School Fund,
9 William Foreman,
10 E. H. Fields,
11 William Eubanks,
12 H. C. Boss,
13 Ose Hair,
14 J. L. Adair,
15 O. P. Brewer,
16 W. A. Duncan,
17 Johnson Thompson,
18 Arch Scraper.
19 J. L. Adair,
20 James King,
21 Dr. L. M. Cravens,
22 Dr. Trent & Howard,
23 Dr. Chas. Harris,
24 Dr. W. T. Adair,
25 Jesse B. Mayes,
26 E. B. Boss,
27 Eichard Robinson,
28 D. W. Lipe expenses to and
St. Louis,
29 J e s s Sanders,
30 James Crutchfield,
31 Drs. Trent, Thompson & Adair.
32 George O. Sanders,
33 Johnson Thompson,
34 Samuel Mayes,
35 Drew, Knight & Boudinot,

$

9 (Ml

:>$ oo

3 00
0 00
45 75
48 00
352 00
1,987 00
5 00
19 (»0
20 00
7 00
24 00
42 00
32 00
5 00
81 00
33 00
32 00
8 00
959 00
469 00
899 00
326 25
24 00
5 00
120 00
from
324
51
14
450
17
83
30
15

17
00
00
00
50
00
70
00

* 7,004 37
Be it enacted by the National Council,
sum of seven thousand and four

That

dollars and

seven cents be, and the same is hereby

the

thirty-

appropriated

out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the
General Fund and not otherwise appropriated

for the

Che-che. . i. M.429 247 199 200 44 35 55 35 00 00 00 00 ÔÔ 90 40 00 00 00 $ 4. 1882. Mayes.A P P R O P R I A T I O N TO PAY L I S T O F CLAIMS. Samuel H. Wolfe. Bushyhead. Hicks. That the sum of one hun- dred and eighty dollars be and the same is hereby appiopriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund not otherwise appropriated to purchase Stationery for the Executive Department and the Principal Chief will draw warrants accordingly. H. Charles Thompson. Phillips. S'O. Be it further enacted.945 M) . I). W. That the further sum of nine hundred dollars be. Arch Canoe. Wolfe. Be it further enacted. Cale Starr. Ross. AMOUNT. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund and not otherwise appropriated to pay the contingent expenses of the Executive Office. 1 2 3 4 5 (i 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 NAMES. H. 1. M. D.> benefit of the above mentioned persons agreeably to the amounts set oposite to their respective names and the Principal Chief will draw warrants accordingly. R. That the sum of two hun- dred and fifty dollars be. Ross & R. Wolfe. Be it further enacted. H. R. I). Ross. R. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund not otherwise appropriated to pay the claims audited by the Auditor for the fiscal year ending September 30th. A. 1). D. W. M.001 219 325 225 30 25 270 16 1.

1882. and is hereby authorized to draw preferred Chief war- rants in favor of the following named persons.JOINT RESOLUTION NO. Principal Chief. . and shall be applied to the of settlement of the out-standing indebtedness the Nation to date. be printed in . GENERAL LAWS. B U S H Y H E A D . and the same is hereby placed in the General Fund as a part thereof. . That the Principal be. JOINT RESOLUTION NO. W. Be it enacted by the National Council. Be it further enacted. That the balance now on hand in the National Treasury of the " Strip " Land Fund. Boudinot & Butler. 76 Be it further enacted by the National Council. $ 200 00 100 00 100 00 Total. That all bills introduced in either branch of the National Council. Be it further enacted. be. . Owen & Springston. be. and subject to the disposition of the National Council as well as all other amounts received therefrom. 1. AMOUNT. shall. to-wit: NAME. I).. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund. Lyons. That the sum of four thousand nine hundred and fortyfive dollars and thirty cents. not otherwise appro- priated to pay the above accounts and the Principal Chief will draw warrants accordingly. John F . $ 400 00 Approved December 16. after having been read once. 1. .

B. .JOINT RESOLUTION NO. Assistant and Acting Principal Chief. R. BUNCH. Approved November 15. Whereas. therefore. That the Principal Chief . The bills after having been ordered to be printed by the President of the Senate. for the benefit and information of the members. 1882. Be it resolved by the National Council. We do apprehend that there is great danger of said disease spreading over the whole country thereby endangering the lives of many of our people. or by the Speaker of the Council shall first be revised and corrected by the Clerks of the Senate and Council respectively. 2. Information has been received that the disease of small-pox is now prevailing in Saline District. 77 both the English and Cherokee languages. C. in what is known as Lynch's Prairie. and the Editor of the Advocate is hereby required and authorized to employ a special printer at the ordinary pay of such to print in such manner as the Editor may direct all bills ordered to be printed. JOINT RESOLUTION NO. BUNCH. Assistant and Acting Principal Chief. 2. N. and Whereas. Approved November 14.be required immediately to appoint a board of suitable physicians to proceed forthwith and investigate to what extent said disease does prevail and report the necessary steps to be taken to stop the spreading of said disease over the country. 1882..

1882. BUSH Y HEAD. Principal Chief. and that she be allowed to assume her former name. N. Rogers. 19.ACT « R A N T I N G 78 A D1VOK0K. D. D. C. Be it enacted by the National Council. Shaw. That S. A. 12. . That a di- vorce is granted Mrs. D. Approved November 21. Compiled Laws. Shaw from her husband. Principal Chief. Be it enacted by the National Council. W. Approved November 21. A. That the Tobacco Will Precinct in Sequoyah District. and the same is hereby amended so as to make it the duty of the presidingJudge to attach the cost of the trial to the hue in every case of conviction. Cliapt. Principal Chief. A. A N ACT to amend Section 88. 1882.. be. AN ACT to remove a precinct. B U S H Y H E A D . Approved November 22. Chapter 12. W. BUSIIYHEAD. and the same is hereby removed to the Swimmer School-House near George Swimmer's in the aforesaid District. be. C. W. 1882. Article 10. Art. That Sec. V. D. 88. Be it enacted by the National Council. Be it enacted by the National Council. I. J.

Emma H a n k s . a citizen of the United States. I I . B U S H Y H E A D . a white man and citizen of the United States. he having abandoned her and placed himself beyond t h e jurisdiction of t h e laws of t h e Cherokee Nation. 1882. Principal Chief. Approved November 22. Dunn. and t h e said Emma Dunn is authorized to re-assnme her formel' name. t h a t Hanks. 1882. Be it enacted Principal Chief name by t h e National Council. Principal Chief. A N A C T granting a divorce to Emma Dunn.. That Alex. as though the same had never existed. in t h e neighborhoods hereinafter named. He it enacted by the National Council. That t h e be. Approved November 27. Dunn. and he is hereby authorized to one committee to consist of one physician of . and t h e same are hereby dissolved. and lie is hereby divorced 79 from his wife.RELIEF OK SUFFERERS OF SM4LL-POX. W. Be it further enacted. VV. J o s e p h i n e Love. is declared to liav* forfeited Cherokee with Emma all rights t o citizenship in the Nation. a white man. Love be. That the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing between Emma Dunn and Alex. I). II. 1). A N A C T for t h e relief of sufferers from small-pox. be. etc. BUS-HYHEAI). a h e acquired Cherokee by his marriage by birth.

in order to accomplish these ends. furniture. and houses.80 RKLIEF OF SUFFKRER8 OF SMALL-POX. They are also further authorized to this end to destroy by fire all infected clothing. and. clothing. provisions and medicines. tí bedding. and to do such other things in their power as may be deemed necessary. bedding. and that said committees be required to take immediate measures for the care and relief of all persons afflicted with said disease. to employ such competent nurses as may be deemed necessary for the proper care of obtain the requisite supplies of such persons. the said committees in their respective neighborhoods before named are empowered to obtain one or more buildings which shall be used as small-pox hospitals. to place infected persons in said buildings. and one committee to consist in like manner of one physician of like habits and two citizens who shall act as a small-pox committee for the neighborhood infected with small-pox in the vicinity of Fort Spunky in Cooweescoowee District. furniture. sober habits and two citizens who shall act as a smallpox committee for the two neighborhoods with small-pox on Grand infected Biver in the vicinity of Lyuch's Prairie.' The said committees are also empowered to establish and enforce such quarantine regulations as in their judgment may be deemed necessary to prevent the further dissemination of the disease and to cause all persons exposed to the infection to be immediately vaccinated. and to prevent its further spread among the people of this Nation . and to supply convalescents and families .

whose clothing may be so destroyed with new clothing. it shall be reported to the for their action in regard to the being understood that of this act to recognize any it is not the purpose pecuniary obligation the Nation to pay for any buildings not the of property of lawful citizens of the same. be. The clothing so destroyed shall be first valued by said committee and a careful and itemized record be kept by them of the same and be reported immediately.BELIEF OF SUFFERERS OF SMALL-POX. Be it further enacted. Be it further enacted. the value of any houses necessarily destroyed next annual Council same. SI by their order. That the physicians provid- ed for a b o v e shall be entitled to two hundred and fifty dollars per month while actually employed. That the Principal Chief . That the sum of one thous- and dollars. to be paid on preferred warrants of the Principal Ccief drawn upon t h e certificates of said small-pox commit- tee at Lynch's Prairie and Fort Spunky. to the Principal Chief. or so much as may be necessary to defray the expenses authorized to be incurred by this act. Concurred in by Council with t h e following amend- ment: Be it further enacted. properly authenticated by their certificate. That if the appropriation herein named be insufficient to meet the entire expen- ses lawfully incurred under this act. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the (¿eneral Fund not otherwise appropriated for each of said neighborhoods. Be it further enacted.

provide in like manner for any other localities should the disease make its appearance. Approved December l. Wm. Challes Hunter. approved . J.

Related Interests

iz: James Horn. W. Horn. Principal Chief. AN ACT to prevent depredations upon the property in timber.~>. Be it enacted by the National Council. Louisa Horn. Rebecca Horn. B U S H Y H E A D . and to pay them the per capita or relief money allowed them by the committee on claims. Aaron Bryant. John Horn. Horn. BUSH Y H E A D . That the committee of citi- zens shall each receive three dollars per diem while in actual service. the same list of 1874. Mary Horn. and he is hereby authorized to have placed upon the census rolls the names of the ing' named persons inadvertently left follow- off. Rebecca Wilson. AN ACT authorizing the Principal Chief to place cer. 1882. 1). That the Principal Chief be. common That the provisions of the act of the National Council in regard to walnut logs neized by Executive authority. 1882. Be it further enacted. tain persons on the Census Rolls. Anna Oonat. (leo. 1).82 ACT PREVENTING DEPREDATIONS VPON TIMBER. Approved November 29. Jeremiah Horn. Be it enacted by the National Council. L. Argonia Horn. William Narcorny. W. Principal Chief. Bryant.

July 7th. and now held by the Sheriff. BUSHYHEA1).VCT P H O U D l N í i FOK A COMMISSION. 1881. or joint commisfion for the investigation or settlement thereof as provide'd by such treaty. Be it enacted Principal Chief by the National Council. under said law. either and before the passage of now in the possession of* Sheriff or that may come and be in the possession of any of the sheriffs of this Nation. W. 1881. 1881. December Iti. AN A C T providing for the appointment of a Commis- sion in pursuance of treaty. and he is That the hereby authorized to appoint airy suitable and competent person in his judgment to act as commissioner for the Nation in any matter of examination or investigation which may arise under t r e a t y with the United States and shall require. under Executive Order of J u l y 7th. . Approved December lf>. a n d also in regard to all walnut or o t h e r timber cut said law or thereafter. under and by effect and operation of the said Executive Order of . on Grand River since the sale by the Sheriff of said District. Principal Chief. to sit. be and 83 the same is hereby contin- ued and made in full force and effect in regard to the walnut logs cut in Tahlequah District. the deliberate. and the Government proper department or authority of of the United States. under instructions of the Principal Chief. D. be. the appointment of a requires. 188Ü. And the commissioners so appointed shall be authorized.

C . That the before-mentioned R. Ross be. M. appointed under the act ap- proved December . Approved December 1. Be it further enacted.84 INSTRUCTING AN» EMPOWERING DELEGATION. Be it enacted by the National Council.">. decide and report. Wolfe. C . M. approved Dec.1. and they are hereby empowered and instructed to proceed . I t r s H Y I I K A l ) . 1). ISSii. 1). 1S82. 1). Whereas. W. AN ACT instructing and empowering the Delegation to Washington. with a like commissioner to he appointed b. under which a delegation of two persons has been appointed consisting of the following named persons: R. That the compensation of said commissioner of this Nation shall be five dollars for every day of actual service inclusive of all personal expenses: and the Principal Chief shall be authorized to draw a preferred warrant accordingly upon the joint certificate of the members of the commission of the time served after the labors of the commission shall have been concluded. Wolfe and R. B. LS<SL>. the National Council has passed an act entitled "an a c t " providing for a delegation at Washington. Principal Chief. Ross. B. and R. 5. in accordance with such treaty and instructions. to represent the Cherokee Nation befcre the Government of the United States upon such subjects ifnd with such powers as may be conferred by law: therefore.\ the said Government.

1). or any Indian Nation as guaranteed by the measure or act that would throw the Cherokee Nation open to or expose it to white settlement. until such change shall have been asked for by lier council. 85 without any unnecessary delay before the Government of the United States at the City of Washington. and they are further instructed to aid the other Nations and smaller tribes in resisting encroach- ments among them. as the treaties between her and the United States direct. to maintain the integrity of the Cherokee Nation and . Nations and They are resist all encroachments ernment of the Cherokee further tribes of instructed to on the jurisdiction or Nation and on all Govproper departments or courts wher-e such questions may come. and in thus introducing disturbing elements among them. and they are further instructed to resist all a t t e m p t s by bill in Congress to allot lands in severalty. Nation rights or or its people.I N S T R U C T I N G AND E M l ' O W E K l X d PKLKUATION. C . thus destroying the security and hindering the progress of the the Indian Territory. or make any change in the interests of the Cherokee condition. to represent the Cherokee Nation and people before said Government and to discharge their duties of delegates aforesaid : The said delegation are test against and to hereby instructed to pro- oppose by all lawful means passage through the Congress the of the United States of any bills or measures for the establishment of a territorial government measures that ment the of for would the Territory or any weaken or destroy the Govern- Cherokee treaties .

or to any attempt to divide the Indian Territory into several the jmisdiction parts. attaching each to of separate states or extending laws or authorities of the people of adjacent the States over any portion of the same—and if a court bill is to be enacted. appeal to the United States to violate her treaties. The) shall further resist all attempts of am of her citizens. to the end that it may be enabled to maintain law. to that Be it further lierebj enacted. to aid the measure as amended and reported from the Senate Committee of the . and the safety and existence of the Cherokee people. or those claiming to be sneli and under their jurisdiction. t. The\ are further the instructed to se- cure if possible at the earliest possible day the removal of all intruders.s treaty ÜKLE(Í\TIÜN. between the are of for Cnited States and the Cherokee Nation.nd. consistent with the treat\- rights and powers of the Cherokee Government and her constitutional authority under them. and order. end. in preference to all other measures proposed.and unauthorized persons from the limits of the Cherokee Nation and to make any just and honorable arrangements. save the court agreed to and provided by the treaty of 18(56.8(5 INSTRUCTING V N D EMPO\VKRl>"<. or to any increase of the jurisdiction of such court. to urge the passage of such measure—only as consistent with our treaties. who instead of resting their lights and securing their remedies under the constitution and laws of their own country. its just power» as «ranted b. That said delegation instructed to protest against the creation any court. and override the proper authority'of Cherokee Nation.

D E L E G A T I O N . and they are S7 furthei instructed to call the attention of the Government of the United States to the encroachment the United States Court at and abuses of Fort Smith. to the unnec- essary harrassinent of our people b. and t o cite the proper officers of the United States to the constant and wholesale depredations being committed on timber. by Senator Vest. That the said delegation are hereby instructed to secure if practicable the sage of t h e bill pending in Congress to timber on Indian lands from being pas- protect the stolen by depreda- tors. Be it further enacted.INSTRUCTING United States AND EMPOWERING. are further instructed to secure if possible to adopt and they by law or otherwise the discontinuance of t h e introduction of or sale of any and all intoxicating liquors at military post» . and to its assumption of jurisdiction over our adopted citizens in violation of the plain letter of the treaties between t h e United States and t h e Cherokee Nation.\ its officials. and that they are competent to maintain it if not interfered with by individuáis or officers who assume judicial functions not authorized by laws of the United States and in violation of her treaties with our people. coal. thereby causing great confusion and hindering the administration of law in our country which is with the courts and proper officers of the Cherokee Xation. and other property of the people' by citizens of the United States. and to insist on the rigid enforcement of all legal remedies against all such offenders' and to urge the Commissioner of Indian Affairs t o instruct the United vigilant efforts to prevent States Agent it in the future.

and to secure if possible the absolute prohibition of all intoxicating liquors of whatever name from the Indian Territory save so far as is absolutely necessary for medical purposes. fine for invasion of the Indian country to the end that the intercourse laws may be maintained. and to defend for all who file their witten request with the proper department of the (îoverninent of United States. in any just claim they ma. Be it further enacted. or law. may not continue to be the means of demoralizing: and injuring' our people.S —and to aid and assist all of said persons claim and hie their prayer and petition who shall to he repre- sented by the delegation or authorities of the Cherokee Nation rather than any other attorneys. all their rights under treaties. Thej aid and to assist the '-Old are further maintain instructed. and they are further instructed to secure the passage of the bill pending in Congress to add or substitute imprisonment. necessarily in the Indian country un- der the provisions of our treaties. . also they shall render all assistance in their power to citizens of the Nation. That the said delegation are further instructed to assist all persons in Xorth Carolina.KX lNSTRVCTTNG \Nt> K M P O W E K I X W DELEGATION. appropriated and set apart for them under the act of Congress of July 184. so that the white men. and to their just interests. of Cherokee blood. to or for. to secure their removal and portion of susisteuce money. and.\ have against the Government. or the seats of agencies or railroad stations. to Settler Cherokees'* in the prosecution of their claims for what may be due them under treaty stipulations.

SS2. 1. and protest against the right of any officer of the United States Coverninent t o dispose of any of the funds or common property of the Cherokee Nation. They shall maintain the property rights placed under the jurisdiction of the and Cherokee Nation for her people. . They shall maintain the property of the Nation integrity of the and resist common all attempts by whomsoever made to scatter and divide such common property and destroy the Cherokee institutions Nation under whose disposition it solemn treaty obligation.treaties or the States. lie it further enacted. by forinei. 89 jeopardize their other du- That delegation ties.lNSTRVCTING so as not to AND E M P O W E K I N G neglect or DELEGATION. and that no fund be involved or disposed of in am measure save as trea- ty directs. and all Cherokee They shall Nation claims of either of against the I'nited resist all intraetions of the rights and powers of t h " Cherokee Nation as guaranteed to her by treaty. appointed by the Secretary of the Interior under the provisions of a section of the Sundry Civil Appropria- tion which Bill approved August 7th. b\ Secretary is to investigate and report what an equitable settlement of all matters the would be glowing out of treaty stipulations betwen the different interests recognized these. and has been placed by Thej shall maintain the dis- position of funds made by treaty. the said are hereby instructed and empowered to take all necessary s t e p s to represent the interests of the Cherokee Nation before the Commission in Washington.

furnished to the Government of the United States and unpaid for. It shall be their duty to take supervision of . bounty pay and pensions. see that when They are further instructed to payments shall be made that steps should be taken to have them paid to the proper parties. They shall ask of the Sec- retary a continuance of time to hear such or national claims against the United individual States which they be unable to present this winter. They are further instructed and empowered to present all the legitimate claims of the Ch< rokee against the Tinted States for all unsettled nation accounts and for any balance that may be due on the correction of any improper charges. and all other lawful claims. taken. They shall resist the claim of any attorney to represent or take charge of any individual right. removal and subsistence. reservations. claim or accouut. They shall tile and defend all claims forwarded to them and certified by the Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation whether for amounts properly due under former treaty. They should object to all assumptions of numbers of any parties. or equipments.!M> I N S T R U Í " i l NU AND E M P O W E R I N G DELEGATION. arrearages due soldiers who served the Government of the United States in the Indian Regiments. used. save so far as he can show the right to act for such individuals. in violation of her treaties. arinj supplies. or for horses. for any person or persons whatsoever or whensoever. spoliations. or other property required. per capita. save as fixed by treaty. arrears. damages done for want of protection pledged by treaties.

That the United States in disregard of the provisions of the treaty of 186(i. a representative of the Cherokee Nation shall be present to t h e m . Cherokee shall insist. They made. t h e said delegation are hereby i n s t r u c t e d and empowered to agree to and receive for said lands upon which friendly Indians . that rolls of any and all parties af- fected. Ponças. That the said delegation are empowered and i n s t r u c t e d to dispose of if cable a n d without delay and treaty the lands practi- under the provisions belonging to the of Cherokee Nation in Alabama and Arkansas and to dispose of as rapidly as possible the remainder of the ' " S t r i p " Lands in Kan- sas according to the present provisions of law. to-wit : The Pawnees. a n d that the parties shall t r a c e their lineage to the old rolls and that in making any roll of persons claiming Cherokee blood. ha^e located certain tribes of Indians. Nez P e r c e s . make and if it shall contracts so as to be secure necessary assistance to make collections or secure payments of any moneys due the Cherokee Nation.I N S T R U C T I N G AND E M P O W E R I N G all eases of citizens of t h e DELEGATION. Tndiah school on the best and most valuable portion of our lands west of 96* and as such locations are considered as unfair by us. Be it further enacted. He it further enacted. and the said delegation scrutinize a n d are further verify empowered and instructed to use all efforts to have the interests of the Cherokee Nation before said Commission properly maintained necessary and they shall defended. Missourias and an. before any payments are shall be carefully prepared 91 Nation. Otoes.

1). . Principal Chief. 1882. in The interest of the Cherokee Nation. That the following sums are hereby appropriated on account of said delegation: 1st. W. represent and defend her.25 per acre.00 for printing. have already been located at will be a fair and equitable price for such lands and not less than $1. They shall zealously de- fend and guard all lier rights under law and treaty and in all matters pending or that may arise. That the said delegation are further instructed and empowered to meet and. to defend all cases that may arise against lier. 2nd. 1883. Approved December 15. That on the payment of siicli sum as agreed upon by the said delegation and the Ciiited States to the Treasury of the Cherokee Nation as other moneys are paid—the said delegation shall in the name of the Cherokee Nation deed of conveyance or relinquishment execute a of such tracts to the Fnited States in trust for the benefit of the Indians occupying and located upon said lands.»2 1NSTRUTCING AND KMPOW'KBINtí DELEGATION. Be it further enacted.000. The sum of #4.00 or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the per di'm allowance and necessary expenses of said delegation while necessarily absent on their duties. The sum of £500. He it further enacted. advertising and contingent expenses incurred—and they shall make a report of all their proceedings to the regular session of the National Council of the Cherokee Nation. B r S H Y H K A l ) . Be it futher enacted.

ACT P R O V I D I N G F O R VACCINATION. A m e n d m e n t concurred in December 9. B U S H Y H E A D . 1. RESCINDING Joint Resolution 9o No. " s i n e die. at 10 o'clock a. A p p r o v e d N o v e m b e r 29. Be it enacted by t h e National Council. etc. A N A C T to p r o \ i d e for vaccination against t h e small- pox.">. M. 1882. D. in reference to the printing of bills. W. without delay the . B U S H Y H E A D . be. 1. 1882. Concurred in by the amendment: Extend the Senate time with the following of adjournment until 5 o'clock P. 1882. . JOINT RESOLVTION NO. 1882.. branches of the National That both Council adjourn Saturday Dec. m. 9th. That J o i n t Resolution No. authorizing the translating and printing of bills. D e c .'' Decem- ber 6th. etc. 9. Principal Chief. introduced in the National Council and a d o p t e d at the present same is hereby repealed. session. Be it resolved by the Senate and Council. Approved: D. 188*2. 1882. and the N o v e m b e r 28. Principal Chief is hereby authorized to That the appoint a Board on vaccination against small-pox who are authorized and empowered to adopt such means as they may deem expedient a n d complete. Principal Chief. Be it enacted by t h e National Council. W.

1882. Be it further enacted. on the certificate of the Board. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw warrants in favor of said physicians. W. whenever the duties assigned to them shall be completed to their satisfaction. one or more phj Ricians in the several districts of the Nation and to furnish them with vacine virus as may be required. properly verified.—to prevent the introduction and spread of the small-yox. AM ACT authorizing the lease of the Cherokee Outlet west of the 100th meridian. and all physicians so employed shall furnish the Board fall lists of the names and numbers of persons. Whereas.!»4 LKASK O F T H E CHKROKKK OUTLET. partially effected under the action of the Executive Council of the Kith February 1AH2. BUSHYHEAD. All* that portion of the country lying and being situated between the 100th and 103rd of . 1). vaccinated by them.to the General Fund not otherwise appropriated. vaccination of the Cherokee people. Uth. Approved. Principal Chief. Dec. and the sum of four hundred dollars for the purchase of vacine virus in cones and the further sum of nine thousand dollars or so'much thereof as may be necessary to the expenses of vaccination be and is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging. and to the accomplishment of this end they may employ to assist in their duty. That the Board and their assistants shall be allowed a compensation for their services of fifty cents for each individual so vaccinated and certified to.

from which we derive no revenue. be. " although changed settlements its no act character — and are authorized may be danger the end that our of of its rights there- invasion— therein be not invaded. the country herein described should be utilized as a source of income and profit. and Whereas. there therefore. it i s ' n o w marked on maps Congress although as or " Public treaty no legal on by law. That the so on terms that will properly r e m u n e r a t e the Cherokee Nation. 1)3 west longitude. and Whereas. and which said lands being now to us an unproductive portion of our coun- try. That.1. That said lease shall not be e x e c u t e d for a longer period than twenty years and for grazing purposes o n l \ . Be it enacted b \ the National Principal Chief (if he can do Comic.EVKE OF THK f'HBROKKK CUTLET. although marked in the old maps as 1 " C h e r o k e e Outlet ' some years ago. Be it further enacted.I. in ease t h e land be leased and the lease meets the approval of the Secretary of Interior. and which said lands being those guaranteed to the Cherokee Nation as a perpetual outlet west. t o L a n d s . and he is hereby authorized a n d directed to lease. the country herein before described lying between the 100° and 103" west longitude and between the south line of Kansas a n d Colorado and t h e n o r t h line of t h e State or Pan Handle of Texas. and between the south line of Kaunas and Colorado and t h e Pan Handle of Texas. subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior. then .

by authority That the lease under and of this act shall be done in triplicate— one to be on file in the office of the Secretary of 'Interior in the City of Washington. with such authority. to be renewed every ti\e years. C . A. Be it further enacted. B C S H Y H E A l ) . in favor of Hon. the lease shall be forfeited by declaration of the Principal Chief with the approval of the Secretary of the Interior. and one to be held b\ the lessee or lessees. Be it enacted by the National Council. under such instructions as shall be passed by the National Council for his guidance. Phillips. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw war- rants on the General Fund. the funds derived therefrom shall be divided equally between the School and Orphan Fund. for the period of one year.iHi SPECIAL AGENT FOR THE CHEROKEE NATION. 1). A. W. \V. Principal Chief. as the work progresses. and he is hereby authorized to continue the services of Hon. Approved. That the Principal Chief be. Amended by striking out -'the compensation here- . one on file in the Executive Office of this Nation. provided. That in case of non-per- formalice of one and all conditions of the lease. that a bond of #20. I). Phillips as agent before the Government of the Cnited special States at Washington. W. at the same rate of compensation as heretofore paid him.000 be required for the fathful performance of the conditions of the lease. Be it further enacted.

1870. certain towns. and W h e r e a s . Principal Chief be. and Rossville.00) dollars. authorize laying out towns upon t h e by an act ap- the sur\ eying and line of railroads passing through t h e Cherokee Nation under treaty of LSoii.000. and he is hereby That the authorized and required to appoint three commissioners. 14th. to-wit : Dowuingville and Chouteau. B l ' S H Y H E x U ) . A N A C T in relation to towns on the line of passing through t h e Cherokee railroads Nation—Tahlequah and Fort Gibson included.ACT K E L A T I N G TO TOWNS. on the Missouri. whose duties shall lie in addition to those already required by the act of the National Council of Dec. therefore. A p p r o v e d December 4. 188L\ D. and Whereas. Be it enacted by the National Council. the records in whole or in part of said sales are lost.id acts lots for which final and full payment made in consequence of the have not Joss of said been records. on the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. so sold with 7 . the National Council did proved Dec. Whereas. 14th. and there has been sold under sr. 97 tofo re p a i d " and insert four thousand (. were surveyed and laid out and lots in the same were sold under the provisions of said act. \V. Kansas & Texas Railroad. 1870.¥4. Principal Chief. to collect and report to the Principal Chief all sales of lots made in said towns t o g e t h e r with the amount or amounts of payments made upon each lot.

date of sale. That the said commissioners. the number and location of such lots. eitiz. and such certificates of purchase shall be void .ATTN'G TO T O W N S . before the expiration of the said six months. and to sell lots in the same. 1S70. and the name of the purchaser. all such reports. and to sur- vey and lay out such other towns as they may deem necessary. 14th. " Register of sales of town lots in the Cherokee Nation"—in Avhich Reg ster. and pinount due.!»S ACT KEI. such lots shall revert back to the Cherokee Nation. That all reports . and . shall make final and full payment. provided. together with the names of the original purchasers. shall be recorded. t::e name of the town K which situated. the number of lot. amount sold for. Be it further enacted. in a book to be styled and called. the names of the towns in which they are located and date of sale of the same. amount paid. together with the size of the lot.pon all sales of lots. for at least si\t. otherwise. under said act of Dec. the name of the person purchasing' the same. and the Principal Chief is hereby directed to record in a book. and further. to be kept in the Execut ve Office.ns holding original certificates of purchase. the namber of the block. and surveys of towns and sales of lots in the same shall be reported to the Principal Chief: Provided. herein provided for. within the six months from the passage of this act. upon which partial payments have been made. shall publish in the Cherokee Advocate.\ days. That said commissioners shall have the authority to sell additional lots in said towns. according to the showing of such -ertificates of purchase.

to employ the power and authority. ISWi. and of the law authorizing the same. any citizen who jured InTsuch may consider himself aggrieved or inaction of the Principal Chief. thereof. it* each year. And all laws or parts of laws conflicting with t h i s act. shall have t h e right to appeal to i lie proper courts for remedy according. Be it further enacted. shall be located apr.oFC. provided. contrary to the objects. or any one of them. above provided. undet- treaty of ISfifi. to the law for such cases provided.of constructed purposes at by a no citizen on lands stations of said auy set under the Nation. herein day provided of for January. That shall receive a compensation said commissioners of four dollars for each day actually served in performance of the duties herein provided authorized said for. are hereby repealed.ACT R E L A T I N G TO TOWNS. shall and be the made first 99 on day the of first July. to lemove any and all obstructions R(> reported by said commissioners. and and the Principal directed. or That buildings. Be it further enacted.rt for " r a i l r o a d " treaty of L. were defeated or obstructed by the intrusion of citizens upon and within the limits of sucli surveys. the Chief is hereby- report to him by that the objects and purposes of the law authorizing t h e survey of towns on the lines of* railroads passing through the Cherokee Nation. vested by the Constitution i» the Executive Department. upon commissioners. kind. done in compliance with ttie recommendations of t h e commissioners. or .

« r S H Y H E A H . That all laws and parts of laws conflicting with this act are hereby repealed. 1).(iOO additional copies of the Compiled Laws. dr. Cliapt. u 1. C. W. -^m ¡soJcflfl' Auditor of Accounts. 12. That the Principal Chief be. 7 of the Compiled Laws. the . 400 00 Sheriffs " " HOO 00 // High Sheriff. 400 00 Be it further enacted. . Be it enacted by the National Council. Laws be so salaries of the following officers from find after their present term of office. . . Principal Chief. \V. Boudinot. 1882.'500 00 District Judges each. . *2. only for railroad pur- poses. .. Art. . Chapt.000 00 Circuit Judge. Approved December 1. . D. and he is hereby authorized empowered to purchase from and E. Southern Circuit. 1882. to-wit : Principal Chief. .1. . Tinted States citizens. líe it enacted by the National Council. . . r>00 00 Circuit Judge. Principal Chief. Norther» & Middle Circuit.000 (Mi Assistant. A N ACT to amend Bec. . A N ACT authorizing the purchase of. 400 00 Solicitors of Districts each. 'M. Approved December .100 by ACT -RELATING TO COMPILED LAWS. 12. Art. BTSHYHHAI). (¡00 wF/ $Ü Clerk of Supreme Court. . 37. 7 of the Compiled amended as to increase the That Sec.

AN A C T pro\iding for a Delegation to Washington. 1882. Be it further enacted.. 1). Boudinot. Be it enacted by the National Council. Principal Chief. be. That t h e r e be appropriated in t h e manner provided by ¡See. 1882. Approved December 5. and he is hereby authorized to draw a preferred warrant in favor of said K. A p p r o v e d December 5. W. Jr. t h e Government of the United I). That the Principal Chief. 'A. B C S H Y I I E A D .ACT P R O V I D I N G FOK A D E L E G A T I O N . \V. . J). Principal Chief. on receipt of said Compiled Laws. C. B U S H Y U E A D . of t h e Constitution a delegation to Washington to consist of two persons to represent the Cherokee Nation before Washington. •>. 1). C. during t h e ensuing States at session of Congress with such power and upon such subjects a s may be hereafter conferred by law. Art. at t h e same price per \olume as paid for those that have been distributed. C . 101 600 copies of the Compiled Laws of the Cheiokee Nation now in t h e said -Boudinot's possession.

under the name and style of M. & A. to trade in drugs. Green. and Thomas French and William L.. Acts Making Appropriations. Schrimsher under the name and style of J. Frazee and Susan F. AN ACT granting* License to trade in the Cherokee Nation. Schrimsher. Frazee & Co. 4. V. Raymon under the style and naine of A. in the town of Downingville. Frazee. fi. Act1. Green. ". ENACTED DURING THE RE&ULAR AND SPECIAL SESSIONS OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL IN THE YEAR 1883. A W S O F TMK CHEROKEE NATTOX. Raymon and Amanda J.T. and John G.> Act. and M. Be it enacted That George by the W. Raymon and Mary E. PENAL LAWS. under National Council. Nash. un- .. Cooweescoowee District . Special and Miscellaneous Aits. the style of George \V. to trade in general merchandise at Ketusa. — o 1. G. Raymon & Co. are hereby licened to trade in general merchandise and hardware .. C. Cooweescoowee District. 1. SEC. Penal L a w .Admittum to (Jiti/ensliip. •>.A u t n o r i / i n g To T r a d e .

'i der the name and style of Nash & French. lO. W. at Carey's Ferry. Downing. at general the name and style of Cap Lynch's Prairie. W Bruton and Willis Bruton to trade in the name and style tonwood City in general merchandise. and II. merchandise. T u r n e r : and Xarcissa Thompson to trade in general merchandise. Sanders to trade in general merchandise. at under Lynch's Prairie. and Cap H i c k s . and William H. Saline District. Miller and Isaac Xeidiffer. Canadian District. Illinois District : and William Hendrix. at Se- quoyah City. to trade in general merchandise. Shepard to t r a d e in general and style of William P. of C. to trade in merchandise. under the name and style of Vann & McDaniel at W e b b e r ' s Falls. and the name and style James of J a m e s Downing. under Hicks. to trade in general merchandise. under t h e style and name of \V. Saline District. F. F. merchandise at Guilders' District. and William P . Canadian . Gibson. Duncan to trade in general merchandise. McDaniel to trade in general merchandise. under the name and style of Narcissa Thompson at Tahlequah . Vami and C. and W. under the name Shepard at Webber's Falls. Delaware District. and J o h n C. to t r a d e in general merchandise at Menard. Duncan. under the style and name of J o h n C. to trade in general merchandise at Ft. Sanders. and C. at the" Buftington Stand in Illinois District. H. at Sequoyah Turner to trade in general Station. and J o h n F. Sequoyah under Cot- District. Tahlequah District . under the style a n d name of Neidift'er & Miller. under the name and style of William H. J.L I C E N S E TO TRADE. Bruton & Son.ACT GRANTING. Sequoyah D i s t r i c t .

2. ('. and Stephen A. under the name and style of Stephen Bluejackett .104 ACT G R A N T I N G District: and John LICTCNKE TO TR VDK. A. Sequoyah District. within ten (hi\ s after this act take effect. De it further enacted. and all cost of the suit: and in default of payment of any or all the fines . II. failing to come forward and pay. K. under the name and ]\Iavfteld at style of John K. and to trade in general mer- chandise. and any person or persons licensed to trade under the laws of the Cherokee Nation and in arrears for taxe-< due under said laws. Lewis at Graysville. Webber's Falls. SKC. Going Snake District. Cooweescoowce District to trade in general merchandise.. wares or merchandise the shall the entire offered for sale. Alexander at Camp ("reek. Mayfield to trade in n erehandise. under the name and style of Freeman & Israel at Oaks. That all persons trading under license from tlie Cherokee Nation in arrears and owing taxes to the Treasure]' of the Cherokee Nation of any kind Cherokee Nation are hereby under the laws of required to make settle- ment of the same. shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction of the same in the Circuit Court of the District wherein such person or persons shall do business shall be fined in a sum double the amount of the taxes due for the benefit of the general fund and twenty-five dollars to be pi id to the Solicitor prosecuting the case. and G. upon a sworn statement of amount of goods. also J. Canadian William Israel and Freeman general District. Blue- jaekett to trade in general merchandise at Vinita. as above provided. X.

and the Treasurer is hereby directed to furnish The clerks and the several districts wheiein solicitors of such business is being' done or has been carried on with a list of all persons. That from and after the beginning of the third quarter of 188. and any officer failing in the duties herein imposed shall be office. and it shall be the duty of the Sheriff. who are in a r r e a r s for taxes under the laws of the Cherokee Xation. and the clerk upon receipt of the same shall issue a warrant for any such person or persons charging them with a misdemeanor herein provided for under the seal of his office within t h r e e days after the said report of the Treasurer. and the records of summarily the clerk's dismissed office and Treasurer's office. it . and to hold the same for trial by the court having jurisdiction.V<T «HANTIN'il LK'KXSK TO T R A D E . ed that the Principal from provid- report his action to the National Council at its next meeting. sliall he 105 imprisoned in the Prison for not less than t h r e e months at National the discre- tion of the court trying' the case. so informed.'i and '84. traders under the laws of the Cherokee Xation. SKC. on or before the first day of March. of his official act so the done.\ s after the issuance of said warrant. shall be deemed good and Chief sliall the sufficient evidence for t h e Principal Chief to so dismiss. Be it further enacted. 3. 1SJS4. he shall the Sheriff of the District place them in the hands of wherein under Lis seal of office notify the time before he (is) clerk and- Solicitor within provided. to proceed without delay and arrest any person or persons so charged. herein imposed. and within ten da.

it shall be the duty of the Treasurer to publish in the Cherokee Advocate a list of all persons who are in arrears to the Cherokee Nation. and arrest said person and hold the same for trial before the Circuit Court of the District wherein the offense is committed. intended for sale. That from and af- ter the beginning. 4. and which in a conspicuous receipt shall be kept place by the person receiving the same. under license from the same. shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. and the Sheriff of the District wherein such person shall be found. shall be the dut} of every person trading in the Cherokee Nation. or doing business of any kind under the authority of the laws of the Cherokee Nation in any one quarter of the fiscal \ear.of the third quarter of 1S83 and '84. wares. and conviction. .1(H) ACT U K A N T I N í i L I C E N S E TO TRADE. and on any account. in his house or place of business. and any person found trading in goods. and which arrears are returnable to the Treasurer. or merchandise. Be it further enacted. without a full receipt from the for all taxes due for the proceeding Treasurer quarter of the fiscal \ear so exposed. shall close up said business and take possession of the same. the person ed in the sum of so offending. to file in the clerk's office of the District wherein he is trading a «worn statement of all goods. twenty-five shall dollars and upon be fin- cost of the suit. SEC. wares. and at the same time Ale in the Treasurer's office a like statement together with the entire amount of tax due on the same for which the Treasurer shall give a ^receipt. or merchandise.

Be it enacted by the National Council. That the Principal Chief shall cause his proclamation to be issued notifying. buy property or commence .5. that such determine cases shall be questions opened of and de- termined according to the facts and law. A N A C T in relation to Citizenship. that Beard and Hicks to trade in general merchandise under t h e firm and name of lîeard & Hicks at Claremore Station.all claimants for citizenship whose claims went by default for n o n a p p e a r a n c e before known a s t h e Chambers the Court. build houses. that they shall court with'n ninety days from the date thereof present their claims before t h e court c r e a t e d to citizenship.S. It shall not be lawful for such applicants to ex- ercise any of the rights of citizenship until such claims are determined. shall be required immediately to file before t h e proper tribunals his claim and on hearing shall furnish the necessary evidence according to law.ACT IN R E L A T I O N TO C I T I Z E N S H I P . \Y. « r S I I Y H E A D . I). Be it further enacted. 188. H e . Auj person arriving in the Cherokee Nation and claiming citizenship. Principal Chief. Cooweescoowee Dis- trict. she or they shall not attempt to «•nt timber. 107 And all laws or parts of laws conflicting with this act a r e hereby repealed. by right of blood or otherwise. Concurred in with the license be granted to following amendment. I\ A p p r o v e d December . C.

Approved December 8. That when the cases pro- vided for in the first section of this act are filed. shall be entitled To one-half of such fine. 1S83. etc. Be it further enacted. who shall thereupon notify the Principal United States: Agent. so that the Agent or any person representing the United may be present during the pendency of such States case cu- cases. the clerk shall send a statement thereof to the Chief. or imprisonment for not less than ten nor more than ninety days with hard laboi'. W. Principal Chief. Be it enacted by the Principal National Chief Council. or do any other business before he shall be adjudged to be a citizen. AN ACT authorizing the suit.IOS ACT AUTHORIZING THE PRINCIPAL CHIKK. to biiu«r That it shall be the duty of the Principal Chief upon the tail- . and have jurisdiction thereof. and the sheriffs or other officers proceeding against such parties. and any person so offending shall be punished by fine of not less than ten nor more than one hundred dollars. BIJSHYIIEAD. and Commissioner. or both fine and imprisonment. or the Secretary of the Interior. to so aid him in doing either of these things. nor shall it be lawful for any citizen of the Cherokee Nation. and the proper trmunals shall take cognizance of such offenses. that such cases will be pending. D. merchandising. after the costs of such case have been deducted therefrom.

P>e it further enacted. . which warrant shall have t h e same force and effect as an execution issued upon a j u d g m e n t . Principal Chief. W. ascertained shall be issued by t h e Clerk of Tahlequau as cause to District a dis- t r e s s warrant against such defaulter and his bondsman. and said distress warrant shall shall be delivered to the proper Sheriff proceed to levy who upon the property of said de- faulting ofticer and his bondsman—the same to safely keep. 1883. and in all such which suits the Principal Chief is authorized to employ counsel. D. Approved December 14.ACT AITTHORlZING T H E PRINCIPAL CHIHK 109 ure of any officer. to enter suit upon" such boiwl in the name of the Cherokee Nation. of any description. in the Su- manner and form p r e s c r i b e d for other civil suits at law. ed for shall be All suits. as lie may deem necessary. in the preme Court in special term. or person who has failed to comply with the conditions of any bond whatever. or fail to collect any fund or t a \ . for the fund collected or any part thereof. awaiting the order or judgment of the court having jurisdiction in such cases. as herein provid- commenced in the District in the National Capital is situated. the soon as such deficiency is Principal Chief. count according' to shall fail to ac- law. That when any collector of t h e public funds. that b \ law he is required to collect. P>e it further enacted. given foi any purpose whatsoever for the use and benefit in any shape or form of the Nation. B U S H Y H E A D .

so injured of nor more dam-' either in the law.VriOX TO AN A I T in relation to stock grazing in the Cherokee STOCK. passing through.C. KKC. to pay any or all of the fine and damages herein provided for. in the Circuit Court of the District wherein the offense is committed.'*. Be it enacted by the National Council. That " A n act amending an act in relation to drovers t a \ found on page 240 Compiled Laws. That any citizen of this Nation who may violate the provisions of the foregoing section." be. be fined in any sum not less than one hundred than one thousand together with all ages to person upon citizens or failure dollars who property may be by violation of the person. . and for other purposes. That it shall be unlawful for any person to introduce or drive into the Cherokee Nation cattle of any kind at any time be- tween the first day of April and the first of November of each year: provided. and convicted.UT 11(1 IN KKT. and that from and after the passage of this act it shall not be lawful for any per- son not a citizen of the Cherokee Nation to graze or hold stock of any kind upon the public domain. and Nation. SEC. nor more than two . Be it further enacted. for a term not less than six months. SK. he shall be imprisoned in the National Prison. shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction of the same. and the same is hereby repealed. 1. Be it further enacted. that this act shall not be construed as prohibiting the transportation of cattle over the different railroads therein. 2.

and said Sheriff is h e r e b y directed to advertise and sell the after t w e n t y days' notice in the Cherokee or Indian Chieftain. S E C . wherein a citizen of this Nation That in all cases may violate the pro- visions of t h e second section of this law. for his services and so much will be sufficient to pay all cost of herding more as and hold- ing the same. Be it further enacted. at the discretion of the Ill court trying the same. Advocate. That if any person. 6- Be it further enacted. not a citizen of the Cherokee Nation.ACT IN KKLATIOX TO STOCK. are hereby declared to be strays. S E C . in the same manner a s other stray property. and the sheriffs of the several districts are hereby directed to advertise and sell the s i m e . after deducting ten per cent. and bearing unregistered marks or brands and all cj. the citizens of the neighborhood into which cattle contrary to this act.1. 4. shall be required to register his mark or marks and brand or b r a n d s in the clerk's office of the District wherein his cattle are held. S E C . same. . shall violate the provisions of this act it shall be the duty of the Sheriff of the "DiPtrict wherein the offense may be committed . Be it further enacted. are hereby may be driven authorized to such cattle and deliver the same to the seize Sheriff of the District wherein the cattle were seized. newspaper. and to turn over the proceeds of said sale to the Treasurer. years.ttle running at large upon the public domain. That every citizen owning and holding fifty or more cattle in the Cherokee Nation.

Sue. and such amount so assessed shall final as to the damage sustained when judgment be may be given thereupon according to law before any court having cognizance of the amount assessed as herein provided. 9. <S. Compiled Laws. and any other citizen is damaged by such cattle breaking into a field.1J2 to ACT IN RELATION TO STOCK. Be it further enacted. SEC. arrest sueh person or persons so offending-—and seize said cattle and turn the same over to the United States Agent. shall be allowed to hold . any three respectable citizens of the District wherein unregistered cattle may he found shall re- port the same to the clerk of the District. or any other enclosure of such citizen. article . Be it further enacted. and should such Sheriff. after receiving such notice herein provided for. 7. That no zens residing in this Nation. chapter 4. who shall report the same within ten days under the seal of his office to the Sheriff' of the District whereof he is clerk. SEC.'53. the cattle doing the damage shall be held liable for such damages. it shall be the duty of the c k r k to report the same to the Principal Chief within twenty dajs. That in all cases where a citizen of the Cherokee Nation has cattle running. fail or refuse to act as herein provided.at huge upon the public domain. That in case any Sheriff fails or refuses to advertise and sell as herein provided. who shall thereupon suspend such Sheriff from office. by virtue of non-citia permit obtained according to law. which damages shall be assessed under section 78.

Article (¡th. 1 of the Compiled Laws. That any citizen. 10. Be it further enacted.\ time not less than six months nor more than one year at the discretion of the court trying the case. 87. S E C . for 113 family use. of the District be imprisoned wherein in the National cattle Jail Disare for an. in one of his own brands. laws or parts of laws conflicting That all with this act are hereby repealed. B C S H Y H K A D Principal C h i d AN A C T amending Section 87. all cattle that he may buy of o t h e r parties after the date that this act goes into effect. Nation. That Sec. Be it further heads of families of this calves enacted. 11. and he is hereby authorized to retain one-half of all such tines for his own use. before the trict Court such held.ACT AMENDING SECTION EIGHTY-SEVEN. shall read as follows: ed and The Solicitor of each District is authoriz- required to collect and dispense within Iris District according to law all tines arising from a violation of law. 1883. Be it enacted by the National Council. A p p r o v e d December <>. 1). That the District Clerks of S . W. Art ti. more than tive cows and S E C . Chapter one of the Compiled Laws. and shall be required to counter-brand. He it further enacted. found guilty That any of a violation of the person provisions of the above sections shall upon conviction. shall not be allowed to exceed t w o brands for himself and family. Chapt.

A p p r o v e d D e c e m b e r 14. Re it f u r t h e r e n a c t e d . A N A C T to a m e n d S e c t i o n s SI. T h a t all l a w s a n d p a r t s of laws in conflict with t h i s law a r e h e r e b y r e p e a l e d . a n d S(i of A r t i c l e I S . be within or p r o v i d e d that infringe upon The the same shall improvements not or le- gal b o u n d a r i e s or limits of any o t h e r eiti/. IS. lie it further ent. or in the p r e p a r a t i o n a n d sale of mineral or medicinal w a t e r s .: of -uch other. 'lb:''. by v i r t u e of his office as by law m a d e a n d p r o v i d e d . 80.cted. B U S H Y H E A D . or in t h e m a n u f a c t u r e of salt. C h a p t ."i. W.en or mining compan\ without The written cuir />. 12 of t h e r e a d as follows: Every bona Compiled tide That S e c . C h a p t e r 12 of t h e Compiled L a w s . or in t h e collection a n d refining. -ei-^on -¡. of ar'iclr . t h e number and name of t h e c o m p a n y .e r \ a t i o n on which lie proposes operating.1U the ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS SI.. District a n d section t h e r e o f in the which located. Laws citizen of shall t h e Na- tion. 18S3. of all m o n e y s c o l l e c t e d by each. several d i s t r i c t s shall be e n t i t l e d to fifteen per cent. who may wish to p r o s p e c t for a n d e n g a g e in t h e mining of t h e minerals or stone thereof. SI of A r t . Be it e n a c t e d by t h e National Council. s t a t i n g t h e mineral or s t o n e lie w i s h e s t o operate in. So AND St!. shall make application in writing to t h e T r e a s u r e r for that purpose. gold and silver e x c e p t e d . or p e t r o l e u m . a m i t h e metes and b o u n d s of The r e . 1). or in t h e shipment of s t o n e or rock of any kind.of coal oil. Principal Chief.

>rce at . and in the limits of the Nation. leases in <'. that the National Council may at any time chanye. ina. but every lessee who may elect to renew his lease and who shall have complied with the terms of his former lease. and t h e r e b y increase the revenue of the Nation. 8.1 AND 86. or with him or them for that purpose . have a license from 115 the National who shall Treasurer. or stone thereof. and the courts of the Chero k e e Nation shall have full and complete jurisdiction over all transactions growing out of the same. t o pros- pect for a n d engage in the mining of the minerals. if necessary t o raise sufficient capital to successfully work the same. or in the collection and refining of coal oil.\ do so by complying with the laws governing the s a m e : but no new lease shall be given or old lease renewed until the arrears to the Nation shall have been pa : d: provided.ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS HI. Compiled Laws. chapter 12 shall That section M5. other than citizens of this Nation. líe it further enacted. or in the shipment of stone or rock of any kind in the sale of the same beyond the Nation. shall have the right to associate any person persons. amend or repeal any or all of the conditions of leases so as not to affect the time of such change or repeal. or in the preparation and gale of mineral or medicinal water. or in t h e manufacture of salt. chapter 12. gold and silver excepted. shall read as follows: That any bona fide citizen of this Nation. read as follows: That no license shall be granted by the Treasurer for a longer period than ten years a t the option of t h e lessee. article 1*. IS. or petroleum.

For all coal oil. For all lead ore mined. Be it further enacted." Be it further enacted."> AND 8 0 . dated December "An <Sth. one dollar for each ton. mined and sold. of any kind. upon the sworn statement of the persons holding and working under said license. For all salt manufactured. and entitled act granting licenses to trade in the Cherokee Nation. a tax as follows : For all stone coal. operating or working mines of minerals or making salt or preparing medicinal or medical waters or refining coal oil or shipping stone or rock of any kind under license as above provided. ten cents. three cents for each ton shipped outside the Nation. gathered in barrels or tanks. 188. For all rock oi stone. That any persons. That nothing in this act shall operate to prevent any citizen of this Nation from obtaining coal at any mine or bank for his own use.'i. Concurred in by Council with the following amendment: That the preparation and sale of mineral or medical waters be excluded with gold and silver and . citizens of the Nation. two dollars for each one thousand pounds. And all tax on licenses herein provided for shall be paid in the same manner. ten cents for every ton. and persons from whom taxes are due shall be subject to the same conditions and penalties. shall pay into the national Treasurer quarterly. 8. for each barrel of forty gallons unreetitied.116 ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS 8 1 . as is provided in the act of the National Council.

one of which said plats shall be tiled in t h e Executive Office. town same witli durable after said re-survey shall t h e work. 1882. in Illinois District. and depth.~>.1882. That t h e Commissioners appointed by the Principal Chief under the authority of the act of the National Council in re- lation to towns. " and stone monuments.*' approved December ôth. together field-notes with the of said survey. the Com- cause to be made location. Tie it enacted by the National Council. and such survey shall b e t a k e n and deemed to be the only lawful survey of said town .ACT IN R E L A T I O N TO TOWNS. showing the National entitled of Keetoowah. W. and shall have missioners and town been made. 1). 1. 1883. 117 that all r e v e n u e derived from this source be added t o t h e school fund. and number of each lot. and the number in letter b y which t h e blocks are designated. B C S H Y H E A D . A p p r o v e d December l."5th. be and they are hereby required to survey the town of Kee- toowah or F o r t Gibson. Principal Chief. and one in the office of the Mayor of said town.H7. A N A C T amending an act of the National Council in relation to "Towns. duplicate plats of breadth. and in so doing the and said Commissioners re-establish the are diiected original survey of to follow said made under the authority of the act of the Council 18. and said Commissioners are hereby directed t o . and dated December 5th. " An dated act to mark the November lay off the .

the size.118 ACT IN RELATION TO TOWNS. one of which shall be tiled in . and to receive and receipt for all unpaid balances due upon sales of lots by authority of said act. showing the range of the streets. that persons. and upon the completion of each survey. 1857. holding certflcates of purchase under said act of Nov. upon which shall be cut street the exact centre of said street crossing. . register and record all deeds to lots in said town sold Tinder and by authority of said act of Nov.. citizens of the Cherokee Nation. to mark the lines of the same in a substantial and durable manner with stone monuments properly placed in the center of each crossing.">th. That the Commissioners herein referred to shall be required in all surveys of towns heretofore made. 5th. 18. that no deeds to lots or sales of the same made under said acts shall be registered or recognized if such deeds or sales conflict with any sale made un- der the authprity of the said act of Nov. 5th. 1857. 5th. 2. Be it further enacted. 1882. and said commissioners are required to register all deeds to lots given by virtue of sales made under the several acts of the National council subsequent to and after the said act of Nov. shall be subject to tne same conditions pleting payments upon such lots as is citizens holding like certificates of in com- imposed upon sale under authori- ty of the subsequent act of the National council dated Dec. they shall make duplicate plats of the same. r>th. together with the field notes of such surveys. and in the survey of towns hereafter to be laid off. pro\ided. provided. 18Ô7. and the number of the lots and blocks.~>7.

to remove said houses. t h e kind of business. owning. tail or by refuse to re- . within persons so notified as above provided. 1S(>6.ACT IN R E L A T I O N TO T O W N S . 1S<!(!. and if there he no Mayor of the town. thirty d a y s . erections. That the Commissioners herein leferred to are directed to file in the Executive Office a plat of the t o w n s laid off on the railroads passing' through the Cherokee Nation under the treaty of July 19th. 3. buildings or erections or business from and a f t e r ' t h e same. which plat shall show the reserxa- tion set apart for each road in said town in conformity with said t r e a t y of July 19th. houses. and if any such proclamation. 1KS4. 119 the Executive Office. and t h e otlier in the office of the Mayor of t h e town. Be it further enacted. and whet lier owned or claimed or occupied by citizens citizens of the Cherokee of the Nation. together with all houses or buildings or erections placed upon said reservations whether by citizens of tiie Nation or citizens of the Tinted States. W i t h said plat shall bt submit- ted a r e p o r t from the commissioners. if any. giving the names of the persons holding. United States or And said plat and report shall be tiled by the 10th day of J a n u a r y . claiming or renting said building's. owning or claiming houses. done in the same. upon tiling of which. it shall be kept in t h e office of the Commissioners herein named. holding. the Principal Chief is hereby directed within five days to issue his proclamation to all persons so reported as being upon and having. buildings or erec- tions of any kind or doing business of am kind upon said reservations.

15e it further enacted. and buildings. and the houses and buildings and business shall be held for the cost of such removal. the salary of the commis- sioners provided for by the act of December -Itli. 4. first day of January. provided that the reports heretofore required by law shall be made quarterly to the Treasurer. D. same That all appointment with the advice and consent of the Senate. Principal Chief. That from and after the 1SS4.SS2. appointments hereafter made shall he by of the Principal Chief. That the term of ottice of the commissioners as herein before provided for shall be two years. Provided further.120 ACT 1M RELATION TO TOWNS. 1S83. and all laws or parts of laws conflicting with this act are hereby repealed. shall be each three hundred dollars per annum. houses or erections. . 1. and remove immediately all such persons. and all moneys received by them paid quarterly to the Treasurer. the Principal Chief shall be and he is hereby commanded to issue his warrant to the sheriffs of the several districts in which said towns may he. lie it further enacted. shall be their whose receipts for the \ouclrrs. Approved December là. and said commissioners shall be required to gi\e bond in the sum of one tiiousand dollars for the faithful perform- ance of their duties. to summon a force of men and (use) such other necessary appliances as may be necessary. BrSIIYIIKAD. W. move as above directed within the thirty days provided in said proclamation. as maybe referred to in any proclamation issued in conformity with this act.

I). That no person shall be allowed to stop over night at either the Male or Female Seini'iary except p a r e n t s or guardians visiting their children ir wards who are sick. B r S H Y H E A l ) . Principal Chief.< A C T to provide for keeping the peace in the town of Tahlequah. a s beneficiaries of t h e current be allowed to expense-fund any member of his family over twelve years of age unless u t e n d i n g the school as pupil. Concurred in amendment: b y . t h e Council with the following Strike out four in line three and insert two (-'). \Y. 121 A N A C T amending t h e school law. . and the Principal hereby directed to dismiss any Steward Chief is \iolating this provision.. ornee at the That the Seminaries of this years.ACT TO K E E P P E A C E IN TOWN OF T A H L E Q U A H . and their salary as hereto- fore tixed by law. P r o v i d e d further. 1883. Tie it enacted by the National Council. that no Steward shall keep. A p p r o v e d December 8. as Guardian of the peace of t h e . * H # * * # * # * # That the High Sheriff. Be it enacted by the term of t h e S t e w a r d s Nation shall be four National Council. Provided.

town of Tahlequah is required to prosecute any person. VY BCSHYHKAD. * # * * * # # # * * * * * * * * Approved November 2<i. and two dollars to the High Sheriff. whose duty it shall be to try the case forthwith: • and upon conviction of the party offending he shall be fined not more than ten dollars for the tirst offense and not less than ten nor more than twenty-five dollars for the second offense—two dollars of which shall go to the Clerk. or Sheriff arresting the party. in default of payment of which fine.122 ACT TO K E E P PEACE IN TOWN OP T A H L E y T A H ." and may grant warrants of arrest to bring all persons so offending' before him for immediate trial: and any sheriff shall be and is required to serve such warrants of arrest and turn the parties arrested oxer to the High Sheriff. and all laws or parts of laws in conflict with this act are herein repealed. D.'{. who shall fire a gun or pistol without good cause. and. when assessed. and who shall temporarily escape arrest—for which purpose the District Clerk of Tahlequah District is clothed with the ordinary powers of a "Justice of the Peace. lss. who shall immediately notify the Clerk. the party convicted shall be incarcerated in the National Prison and compelled to labor on the streets of the town at the rate of a dollar a day. until such tine shall be paid. Principal Chief. . or otherwise so disturb the peace of the town as to justify (such person's) prompt incarceration in the National Jail.

6. Barker. 4. Cora J . 1883. Nov. Ward. Alaxtield. . Wifcd formerly Ida B a r k e r (Cherokee. 21. J\Ia\rteld. Dec. Barker. Mary J . Dee."». 1. 2. B. Amending' act of Dev. <>. None. Ward. Harris and family. Ida L. Children. ) 3. . R. I Children. 1. 1883.of aet. W a r d (husband. Ward. 1. Susan E. 3. Dee. Phei)ie E.) 3. NAMES. L. 1883. Bailey. Baile\. 1. Stepen A. B. S. . C. 123 ACTS ADMITTING TO CITIZENSHIP. Koht. te Hastings. Lofton Baile\. B.) 2. J .">. H. «. Nov. DVTE OF ACT. Barker ¡ Cherokee. ^ Cherokees b\ blood. ) 3. None. Avi Bailey.ACTS A D M I T T I N G TO CITIZENSHIP. 1883. \ CONDITIONS &• R E M A R K S . Maxtield. 13. J . 1881. 1883. E. . 4. Albert G. \ . Ward. ! 4. so as to allow the family a year from this date t o mo\ e within the Nation. 2. 6. Kate Clavwell (late K i . Anna M. Sarah E. 1. \ Family. W.) 1. Provided they move ¡in the Nation within one year from date .

E. . " Wm.4 C. Bell. J o s i a h Seabolt. Colston Baldridgv. .4 Tom W a t t s . Holt. sames and Title oí Persons Paid oy Appropriation. " W.i Jno. Bell.4 S u n d a y Ch^ir. . " Roach Young. •' E. William Mayes. . L. Ned A c o r n . Lan drum. " J o h n son R o b i n s . O. " Frog Sixkiller.APPROPRIAI lONS.i . Riddle ISenge. Fireniaker.«f Regular session. Downing. Councillor.4 J o e Tapp. Sam Smith.4 John Justice. . Adam Lacy. L j o n s . S t a r r . II. '• Abram Woodall. " J. " ** Win. B e n g e . J . E u b a n k s .. B. H. Ross. AN Aox making an appropriation for the Regular and the expenses of Special sessions of the National Council of 1883. S t a r r . •• C. . *28 28 28 28 28 28 28 ¿8 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 12 24 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 2b 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 oo 00 00 (HI 00 00 0# 00 . ACTS MAKIXG APPROPRIATIONS. ... F r y e . . . '• •• C. F». Woodall.4 Jess Sanders.124 ACTS MAKING. Selirimsher. J . V. M.. H a r r i s . Clerk of Coin't. Jno. V. I n t . . " •4 Dirt-thrower V a n n . i *152 152 100 144 100 100 100 100 1. Starr. . F. (4eo. Senator. (4. S e n a t e . . Lacy H a w k i n s . •• J . " J . Raincrow. T. Jno. Kogers. Dick W a t e r s ..52 152 152 152 152 100 100 KO 100 144 12 144 140 148 «X 108 20 152 152 152 152 152 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 152 152 152 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Special Session. kfa .. Dick Crossland.. Clerk Coin't. •• Black Fo###BOT_TEXT###quot;. •• Wilson (lirty. L. " S.

Laiidruin.. H. h. Sevieri '' 148 00 Blue J o h n s o n . 152 00 . Ivey. 160 00 a Qualatali. Swimmer. . C. 148 00 " J n o .APPROPRIATION FOR EXPENSES OF COUNCIL. 160 00 '• J o h n Young.. 68 00 " A. Adair. F . 152 00 . Drew. . fc. i- 125 28 00 28 00 28 0 0 28 00 28 28 28 28 2i 2^ 00 00 00 00 00 00 2s 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 2 . 144 00 .. 76 0i> i* 1. Int. S. Adam Feelin. J n o . " " 144 00 A. 148 no J n o . W. 160 00 Alee H a w k . 160 00 . " a '• Albion Spears. J . Coun cil. Council. Crittenden. J n o . Nelson Tarrapin.. Albeit Morris. Chamberlain. 111 00 . Adair.. 160 00 . P.. 160 00 . (¡8 00 J a c k Paek. 160 00 1. a " 24 00 J o h n s o n Downing. Tick Eater. ÍTed Greese. Office. "' J n o . McDanie!. " E. 160 00 >. 60 fiO Watt Starr. J n o . 6« On " councillor . firemaker. 28 CM» 00 00 oo 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 2"* 00 28 00 28 28 2í"> 2>> 01« i'O DO (Ml 12 On 12 no 20 I (t SIM 2> 2^ 28 2^ 28 28 28 12 76 6" 6. E. W . Lyons. Bogers. Crittenden. 136 00 a a W.. Grass. . '• 1.. 160 00 O. " 136 00 a councillor 64 GO J o h n s o n Downing. 160 00 G. . Brown.. Dan Chopper.. 56 00 . B. Thompson. 0 . Ex. 160 00 J n o . (¡4 00 W.. J o h n Spade. T. 144 00 . Clark Goingsnake. 152 00 . Clerk Council. 1(50 00 " J n o . Springton. Í t. M. \J. 92 Oí» Sam. Bi'd J o n e s . Firemaker. L. P. Downing. Int.s 12 12 0t> 00 00 OO 00 00 ni» ii¡) no (m no no no 4 1M * HH 2s' . " Protein. 152 00 u G. Boudinot. Proctor. M. X.. 160 00 u Ooyousuttah. WTash White.. clerk Senate. Butler.. 144 00 it Bug Tucker. Cordrav.56 0C a " G. 152 00 1. Hendriks. 144 00 U Jno. Clerk 20 00 >. ' committee . I n t e r p r e t e r . Poor Bear. C. 152 00 u J o e Choowee.\ . 100 00 H. W a r d . Geo. " J n o . 152 00 Wolfe Coon.

Adair. A d v o c a t e . G.343. F . B e n g e . J r . F.""). B. C. " S. E. kt J o h n Bullett. clerk c o m m i t t e e . \Y. Boudinot.-) 5 24 . Jail coin. A p p r o v e d D e c e m b e r 8. Clerk c o m m i t t e e . Cordrav. L. out oi tiie Geneial Fund unappropnated. H.120 APPROPRIATION FOR EXPENSES OF J no.e i g h t three handled and of l. hire of h a c k . S. S. D r e w . C. \Y. Ross. W. l \ e v . W a l t e r Fields. Int. 18S3. B o u d i n o t . í'OUNriT. Cordrav. S. Piineipal Chief. Crutehfiekl. Ed. R a s m u s . T. X. Clerk.C. 1883. W. F . B. S e n a t e . T r e n t . H. Benge. W . S p r i n g s t o n .s83—two dollars *-2. O. George Reese. " " J . " " E. \Y. " '* E. " " W . elerk c o m m i t t e e . Eept.00) out of u n a p p r o p r i a t e d . Win.."> . Kept. * " " J o h n Bullett. AYatt S t a r r . P . or so much a s nia\ the be necessary. AdairO. C r i t t e n d e n . t w e l v e t h o u s a n d t h r e e h u n d r e d a n d forty-three dollars General F u n d (£12. clerk c o m m i t t e e . Adam Feelin. Int. Ex. . Advocate. G. clerk T r e a s u r y .3 00 88 00 2K 00 2< 00 144 00 10 00 10 00 24 00 20 00 10 (»0 00 00 24 0 / 24 00 4 00 Total a m o u n t a p p r o p r i a t e d for s e r \ ices d u r i n g Regular Session of Council of 1883. A p p r o \ e d D e c e m b e r 1. Total a m o u n t a p p r o p r i a t e d foi s e i u c e s during the Special Seshion of the National Council Thousand M-\ e n t \ . D. \Y. Cordray.oo) or so much t h e r e o f as nm\ be n e e e s s H n . " "."> 0 00 JO (10 00 (0 00 (0 00 «s i ü 8 00 s 0) 4 »10 12 00 96 00 02 00 . Littleiolin. . J n o . clerk c o m m i t t e e . councillor-. A iditor. Benge. Albertv. E. Il) 10 00) i d oo . r s H \ H E A D . A.37>.

as follows: Name oí Claimants. Stapler & Son. 2<' o i 14 ¡m 2 i HI •"> '• 'IU-IHI . J.ACT TO PAY A LIST OK CLAMS. Starr Lizzie Tee-hcc J o h n s o n Ljnian N e l s o n T:i'rr:. J."> 4<> on . Thoiup. C.son Win. Patton & Co Boar Paw J o h n Sprinston J e r y Springston Thomas Blair Kzekicl Proctor W. G. K. W.. Jnh. 19 20 9 (»0 7 (Hi 40 0U 23 0.. T.o 78 . f40 UO 9 0) 305 5 I Total amount appropriated.ii Tec hoe Wm. M.-. List of claims allowed ¡§414 ÔÛ by Committee on Claims amounts appropriated accordingly.~>42 00 432 00 104 00 (i(i í 0 :.">.0 30 (. M. General. u Ned Greese.1). C."> i «¡9 of."»9 0 ' 21 . Kubank< To. Harnage Ed. Blake Win. Clyne J."id . 127 ACT making appropriation out of the General F u n d not otherwise a p p r o p r i a t e d for the payment of a list of claims registered by the Auditor of Accounts for t h e iiseal year of 1883. Perenal Amounts Appropriated. •' Amounts Appropriated."i no 12 no 3 on 4. Names of Claimants. J o h n s o n Thompson J o h n s o n Thompson Frank Musgrove J a m e s Drew \V.."> 0 49 00 (» no 2»i 134 00 Hi .phi Robt. A. BUiekstono Nelson 'Lwrapin W.) ". !í2. Faulkner H u n t e r Poorbear J o e Boss Cli»rlo\ Willy ' 1Î. Fund.on R. Thompson J. Turner. Faulkner .

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E. B. Howard
Win. P. Ross
Coffee Blackbird
Win, Wilson
Win. Hendricks
Daniel Redbird
John Wickliff
O. P. Daniel
W. H. Turner
Alice Daniel
Ellis Moore
John Bell
Lucinda Bell
Caroline Bell
Sarah Bell
Sherman Bell
Julia Bell
Win, Fields
Steve Clubhair
Betsy Davis
Emma Seven
Dr. Howard
Cr. W. Benge
Jas. Hilderbrand
Susan Elevens
Rider Wolfe
S. H. Benge
To estate of White Catcher
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" Smith Christie
Jas. Stapler
J. L. W. Williams
Mrs. Susan R. Lindsay
E. P. Parris
Jack Ross
Henry Gunter
D. W. C. Duncan
Mrs, Peggy Duncan
Richard Pan
W. A. Duncan
EoM. Wofford
Stout Cheer
John Locust
Win. Eubanks
H. C. Boss

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lb 55
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250 00
25<» 00
250 On
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100 00
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ACT TO PAY CURRENT EXPENSES.

75

J . W. Stapler & Son
"School F u n d ' '

129

28 00
2,444 09

Total amount appropriated

$9,07.") 09

Approved December 12, 1883.
]). W. BUSHYHEAD,
Principal Chief.
A N ACT to pay out of the Asylum Fund certain indebtedness
and

of the Asylum for the Insane, Blind,

others.

Names and Service.
OJ-eorge W i l k e r s o n , l a b o r e r
A. E. Hendricks, matron
Charles Alexander, teamster
Lizzie Osborn, cook
Ann Alexander, Washing
William F. Rasmus, supplies
W. H. Hendricks, Salary
•' '•
"
" Flour
Johnson Thompson, supplies

Amount Appropriated.
»11 <0
4,"» (U
35 00
2(i 40
33 00
98 21
100 on
2 00
32 75
*3V3 30

Total amount appropriated
Approved December 11, 1883.

D. W. BTJSHYHEAD,
Principal Chief.
AN ACT making an appropriation to defray the current
and contingent expenses of the Asylum for Insane,
Blind, and others from September 30, 1883, to the
3rd Monday in November 1884.
For purchasing the following articles:
Amonnt Appropriated

Clothing
6,000 lbs. flour (a $30 00
1,500 " pork " 5cts
2,'00 '• bacon" 12U'ts

f-'OO
W)
75
250

9

00
00
00
00

l.'ÎO

u n i OPHIATION TO V\.\

THI'STEES.

1..100 '• beef (« 7ftH
4Ü() " coffee •' 121ets
401» •• s u g a r " K'cts
Vegetables
Hominy, coal oil, salt a n d c o n d i m e n t s
Blacksmithing
To ]>a\ 1 w a s h - w o m a n 14 m o n t h s at ?12 oo
One Took, 14 m o n t h s at 12 00
•• T e a m s t e r 14 •'
•• 15 (to
" D e m o s t i e M a t r o n 14 m o n t h s at IT» 00
Salar.x of S t e w a r d
Kepairs on building'
•l farm
Bedsteads
Bedding
To pa\ m e m b e r s of B o a r d of T r u s t e e s
Salary of Medical S u p e r i n t e n d e n t
Contingent F u n d

H'-") < 0
.10 (to
:. 40 Ut
*.> t ou
.10 (Hi
20 OU
l<>!-> oij
His 00
210 (to
210 Oi
.100 (10
17T> (to
2.1 00
50 00
.10 (Hi
.'500 00
2.10 00
200 00

Total a m o u n t a p p r o p r i a t e d

^3,020 .0

A p p r o p r i a t e d ont

of A s y l u m F u n d to pa;\ b a l a n c e due

m e m b e r s of Hoard of T r u s t e e s for s e r v i c e s

during

fiscal year e n d i n g S e p t e m b e r .'50, l.ss-J.

Names ol Msitàrs.

Amount Apropnateii.

T. ,1. T h o r n t o n
.Tames H e n d r i c k s
\Y. I I . Balentine
Ed. Foreman

*]< 97
:',*.) :U
77 2 s
7!» 42

Total a p p r o p r i a t i o n
He it

further

Assistant
herein

Chief

-«21.1 ' 1
enacted.

and

r e l i e \ e d from

Board of T r u s t e e s for

National
their

are

d u t i e s as m e m b e r s of

the

Blind A s \ l u i n .

conflicting with tliis

and

section

repealed.

He it f u r t h e r
i n s a n e and
with the

Chief,

Treasurer be. and

Insane and

all laws or p a r t s of laws
aie herein

That t h e Principal

Blind

enacted.

That

th

A s \ l u m shall he

S t e w a r d of
required to

Boaid of ' t r u s t e e s at t h e end oí

tlte

settle

e;,ch fiscal

out of the special r e v e n u e of the Cherokee Nation the several collected by districts. a n d Solicitor of each District are h e r e b y directed to act as a building committee.000. Be it further e n a c t e d . A p p r o v e d D e c e m b e r (>. for t h e the district officers of p u r p o s e of building. V. districts That each of t h e several shall be entitled to the sum of one t h o u s a n d dollars (* 1.il quarter. Principal Chief. be a n d is h e r e b y a p p r o p r i a t e d the That t h e r e sum of nine thous- a n d (*9. rvMig into effect the That for the purpose of car- foregoing- section. whose dutv it shall C h e r o k e e A d v o c a t e or proposals and to build the c o n t r a c t a d v e r t i s e in the Indian Chieftain n e w s p a p e r for the lor be to houses herein provided for. Be it e n a c t e d by t h e National Council. B L S I L V I I E A D .00) of t h e foregoing- nine t h o u s a n d dol- lars a p p r o p r i a t e d . \V. building the same shall be let.'{0" dav s advertising-.suit- able c o u r t h o u s e s in t h e s e \ e r a l districts of t h e Nation. a n d t h e S t e w a r d is further r e q u i r e d to make an annual settlement with t h e committee of the Senate on In- sane a n d Blind Asylum. after "•. or as often as t h e Hoard may deem necessary. the .00) dollars.000.APPROPRIAI H»ï TU l î t l L D COURT HOCHET.Judge. a n d for the p u r p o s e named. A s A C T making an a p p r o p r i a t i o n t o build court h o u s e s in t h e several d i s t r i c t s of the Nation. INN'}. J). to the lowest bidder. Be it further e n a c t e d . for their r e s p e c t i v e districts. who shall be r e q u i r e d to give bond and sufficient security . Sheriff".

herein provided for. That the court houses here- in provided for shall be of the following specifications and dimensions. certificates of the services performed. provided. is hereby appropriated.132 APPROPRIATION TO BUILD O O r R T HOUSES. Be it further enacted. ten by sixteen each. above and below. and covered with first-class shingles. with eight windows. with walls sixteen "feet—one room in the lower story and four rooms in the second-story. and jury-box. it sliall be the duty of the said building committee to give to such person or persons as may be the builders. eight lights. to be furnished inside of the ceiling with raised platform. upon the presentation of which to the Principal Chief. connected by a flight of stairs from the inside. of the above provided That upon the completion contracts and their acceptance by the building committee herein provided for. P>e it further enacted. for a complete and faithful fulfillment of the contract . by thirty-three feet in length. and not to exceed in cost one thousand dollars. and for the purpose of furnishing the same with all necessary stoves and furniture . it shall be his duty to draw his warrant on the General Fund in favor of such person or persons holding said certificates of services performed . that the building committee sliall have the right to reject any and all bids. to-wit : Twenty-one feet in width. with two doors below and one door to each room above. of wood or stone.the sum of two hundred dollars for each court house. con- tractors for the said court houses. two-stories high. and the whole painted inside and out with lead antl oil. and bar.

BÜSHYIIEA1). D. 2. W. 3. Principal Chief. Approved November 20. 1883. provided. 1. Lipe (late Treasurer) while on duty to St. further. an inch and a quarter thick and the lower windows with shutters on the out-side. Approved December 10. Concurred in with the following amendment. 133 for the amount certified to in said certificates. Amount appropriated ¡flo.OO. etc. Louis after public funds. 1883. Provided That it shall be the duty of the building com- mittee.AU'J'S MAKING APPROPRIATIONS. To buy stationery for the Auditor's Office— warrant to be drawn in favor of the Auditor and made preferred. To pay contingent expenses of Executive Department attorney fees. Nation— . \Y. 183. ACTS appropriating out of the General Fund not other- wise appropriated. Approved November 20. in suits vs. herein provided for. 1884. To pay expressage and other expenses of 1).00. the said certificates shall be made in the presence of the Clerk of the District wherein the said services were performed and attested by such Clerk. Amount appropriated $113. to file with the Principal Chief a copy of the contracts herein provided : vided further. that the doors be four panels each. That all contracts or work Proherein provided shall be completed by the first Monday in May.

27<U>5. Thompson " E.134 ACTS -viAjnxr. bedding. Pveatt McGregor (Carpenter) Stapler & Son Win.l 14 00 Warrant for the above to be drawn in favor High Sheriff and made preferred. To pay the current and contingent expenses of the National Prison for the year 1884. L. C.00. \rPKopm4Tioxf?.00. in regular Amount appropriated. To pay claims registered by Committee on . A. 1^83. warrant made preferred and expenditure reqnired to be recorded and repoited to National Conned session. HORS " Trainor & Co " J . Approved November 20.1 08 00 50 2* 73 50 21 00 • 05 13 20O 00 To be paid out of sum appropriated *810 34 To pay for chairs. he is required to make the of aggre- following payments.. Rasmus . "~L. 5.. as follows: Pay of Jail guards • * 1. 250 00 Contingent Fund 150. 1883. Amount appropriated i*225. and a set of harness—warrant made preferred and to be drawn in favor of High Sheriff. bedsteads. Amount appropriated. .00 Total amount appropriated çO.140 00 " for supplies 3. Approved Deeembci 21. 1883. »«500. viz: To " " " " William Percival M. Poudinot. To pa\ for stationery for the public service— warrant made preferred. (beef) * 1 77 21 178 117 0. 4. out of which gate sum. Approved December 12. 6.274 00 •• Executive pardon and discharge expenses.7r.

Thompson (guara services) Johnson Bobbins 135 Council—as Total amount appropriated Approved December 14. M. Pmehett (B.1. certain obligations entered into by our delegation Washington City. 8. afterward received. to . Claims during Extra Session of National follows. but is required to re-imburse all amounts so borrowed out of the first General Fund. according to distance. Baldridge . from any other national fund on hand.) Ned Grease " " li. Pritchctt (town guard) ft Mis. Jno. 10 on ".112. FTiggïns (for rasions etc) Geo. Whole amount appropriated. 1883. ft8. An act making' an appropriation to pay out of the additional amount to be received on the occupied lands of the Cherokees West of 96"—west longitude. 18S3. 7. [ N O T E .) John Tee-bee (town guard) L'ic\ Hawkins (B. B. which list see.500. \ iz : Jno.J "Whole number of working days in Extra session—20. from 2 to (> days. if necessary. B. Approved May 17. Amount appropriated $22. T:ie National Treasurer is authorized t<> borrow for the occasion.> no ir> on 7 50 7 50 178 (Hi 200 H> 90 00 27 00 8549 00 An making an appropriation to pay the current and contingent expenses of the National Council and Executive Office for the Extra Session of I s Si. Approved May 10. 1883.ACTS MYK1XU APPROPRIATIONS. The members of the National Council were the same at this Extra Session as in 1 i 2.00. Mileage allowed.0 i. (May and for other purposes.

Writer Mrs.ACTS MAKING APPROPRIATIONS. 1st. Approved May 17. 1 2 3 4 5 0 Name ol Claimants. and to re-imburse him for incurred by him while on his late visit to as per request of the Cherokee expenses Washington Delegation—$800.00. 3d.00.«39 50 1!) 50 42<> 00 221 00 (il 5(1 40 40 . For attorney-fees to Hon. Carolina For pay of assistant coun- sel to be employed by the Principal Chief. For pay of witnesses in the matter of the North Carolina Cherokees' claim and such other necessary incidental expenses connected therewith.00. \V. Dennis Wolfe Arch Looking Mrs. or so much thereof as may be necessary. 2. if deemed necessary by him.10. *2. 136 9. 2nd. 1883. in the matter of the claim of certain North Carolina Cherokees before the Court of claims— «2.200. diem and other necessary expenses of the For per Cherokee Delegation while necessarily absent in the discharge of their duties as provided for under the provisions of Senate Bill No. Big Leg George Mills John Writer _ Amounts Appropriated. 4th. An act making an appropriation.500.] 10. 5th. To defray expenses of the Principal Chief while in the discharge of such duties as are required of him under provisions of Senate Bill No.500. . 2—#1. A.00. Phillips as counsel for the Cherokee Nation before the Court -of Claims in the matter of the claim of certain North Cherokees—$2.0('0. fSMALL-PoX ACCOt'NTN. To pay the following persons according to amounts attached to names respectively: So.

C h a m b e r s William Skullall 26 Mrs. E.an a p p r o p r i a t i o n for t h e support of the public schools of t h e Cherokee Nation for the scholastic y e a r 1884. & W . F. Cochran N e l s o n Foreman J . An act making. B. J . H . B a r t l e s O. Cass M. Lipe Win. 1«83. B e c k l e h i m e r T. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Car-se-he-la John Sanders D.000 00 2.693 32 500 00 #3.000 00 1. For current expenses Salary of t e a c h e r s — p e r c o n t r a c t " * "Steward $10. W . For salaries of Text B o o k s 100 t e a c h e r s Salary Board of E d u c a t i o n MALE $30.000 2. Bell Weaker A. Lane Johnson Halfbreed Charles ' Hendricks "Six" Water Want J o h n G. S c h r i m s h e r L.193 32 A p p r o v e d May 11. Writer 137 38 00 8 00 7 50 23 00 38 00 110 30 173 10 173 37 166 75 170 00 205 00 50 00 15 50 464 50 60 16 75 50 11 0>) 45 SO 30 00 $2.500 00 600 CO .500 no 1.800 00 SEMINARY. as follows: PRIMARY SCHOOLS. For current expenses Salary of t e a c h e r s — p e r c o n t r a c t " '• S t e w a r d New furniture B o o k s a n d school-room material FEMALE SEMINARY.500 (¡00 000 500 00 00 10 00 00 $10.ACTS MAKING APPROPKIATIONS. Benge F. W . SCHOOL FUND. M.

S.'i. l>00 00 ~>lH) <>O material \Y.13<S ACT R E I A T l N ( x New furniture Hooks and school TO H I G H SHKKIKF. h o u s e s in a n d c o n n e c t e d with t h e clean and h e a l t h y condition. W. a c t s in conflict with That the all a c t s or p r o v i s i o n s of t h i s parts act of arc hereby r e p e a l e d . a n d each of his g u a r d s . received on "Strip That Lands" all . a n d a n d also all out Capitol g r o u n d s in he m u s t u s e prison the "High labor to carry out t h i s p r o v i s i o n . I S r S T I Y H E A T ) . Be it f u r t h e r enacted. A p p r o v e d D e c e m b e r K'. IS-.0( (i 00 money shall be hereafter placed to the credit of t h e School F u n d b y t h e "National T r e a s u r e r . a n d shall r e p o r t Sheriff. lie it further enacted. Principal Chief. A g n e w — t e a c h e r Miss Mary L o o s e r — " To pay Mr. He it further e n a c t e d . GENERAL LAWS.. [ A N A C T further defining Be it further shall k e e p a t h e d u t i e s of H i g h enacted. That t h e "High Sheriff" shall have t h e s t r e e t s . a n d r o a d s in a n d a r o u n d Tahlequah worked and k e p t clean. separate at t h e end of t h e fiscal y e a r to t h e National Council. the same coffee. are h e r e b y r e q u i r e d . That Sheriff.«02.) <>(> ¡0 7. Guffey lt>.") oi Total amount a p p r o p r i r t e d out of school fund lie it further e n a c t e d . alleys. flour. separate That t h e a c c o u n t of a n d s u c h a r t i c l e s .] "High Sheriff" m e a t s ." h i s d e p u t y .> i . J).

the Chief shall. certified by him. That the " High Sheriff" shall not be allowed to use. or in sight the so they can be designated. and his salary or bondsmen shall be held for the same. Be it enacted by the National Council. per capita. ed by the Principal That the persons appoint- Chief to take the census shall . appropriated by act of Congress of March 3d. 139 to wear a star. five pointed. as the law directs.'5. shall have been received by the Treasurer of the Cherokee Nation. per capita. at his earliest Principal convenience. upon violation of this provision. and the High Sheriff is hereby authorized to purchase the same out of the fund appropriated for continuent expenses. in any manner whatever. 18£3. That when the additional amount. That for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this act. but shall turn the same over in cash and kind that he receives To the Treasurer. of reven le so expended. P>e it further enacted. Be it further enacted.ACT TO PAT BALANCE TVCE ON "LANDS WEST. appoint competent persons in each District to make two correct census rolls of the persons entitled. the Principal Chief shall cause the same to be paid out. to the citizens of the Crerokee Nation by Cherokee blood. 1S<S. Approved Novmber 20. upon the lapel of «•oat. he shall forfieit to the Nation double the amount. He it furtlier enacted. AN ACT providing1 for the payment of the balance due on lands West of 0(5«. and turn over the same. to the Treasurer of the Cherokee Nation. who shall file the same in his office. the revenue obtained by prison labor.

That. representing minors and dis- abled persons. and to no otJier person or whomsoever. Passed by the Constitutional two-thirds of National Council. Ft. and whom.] another . and Webber's Falls. guardians.140 ACT TO APPOINT A COMMISSION. Yinita. [AN ACT to appoint a Commission to locate Saline and for other purposes. according to the census rolls. Be it further enacted. That the Treasurer make the payments at Tahlequah. 1883. In making said payment. May 10. and heads of families. It shall be the duty of the persons Treasurer to keep a receipt roll of the payments made. is hereby appropriated out of the funds to be received. Be it further enacted. for this purpose. it shall be his duty to pay the same out.00) while in actual service. the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the funds. shall Gibson. to citizens by Cherokee blood. it shall be the duty of the Treasurer to make requisition for the same. to all adult per- sons entitled to the same. each be entitled to three dollars per day (£3. as soon as advised by the proper authorities that the funds are ready. and which shall be reported to the to National Council next following said payment. per capita. or so much thereof as may be necessary to defray the expense of taking the census and preparing the rolls. Be it further enacted. and on receiving said funds. in person. and to parents. That the sum of three thousand dollars.

Ghomley who is involved in a case before the F . Eoss —specially authorized thereto by Hon. and that at the Great Salt Marsh on the Salt Fork. and have deñned the reservation hitherto made at the Great Salt Marsh on the Salt Fork of the Arkansas Rher. M. Wolfe and Daniel H.sums—for defence of M. defining the saline at the mouth of Buft'aloe Creek on the Cimmaron. Court at Fort Smith. bj whom the surveys. to proceed to the lands West of 96 c . under the directions of Messrs. and the Principal Chief is authorized to draw his warrant accordingly. to consist of two discreet persons. were made in 1882. That in order to enable the Principal Chief to carry out the provisions of this act the sum of six hundred dollars is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the Treasury belonging. and for such purpose they shall if possible secure the services of surveyor Harsha of Hutchinson. defined and mapped.ACT TO APPOINT A COMMISSION. so as to harmonize with the surveys of the United States . D. and there locate and have surveyed. R. 141 Be it enacted by the National Council. S. one other saline or salt spring or deposit under the act of Congress of 1882. That the Principal Chief be. Bushyhead. That the following. O. which involves a national question of our national rights. Be it futher enacted. Principal Chief—and a report of their labor to be made to the Principal Chief as soon as completed. W.to the General Fund not otherwise appropriated. and he is hereby authorized and instructed to appoint and instruct a commission. the sum of . Be it further enacted. Kansas.

Si.< 100. . Commissioner.00—be and The same is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. * 150. the authorities of the I'nited States have called upon the authorities of the Cherokee Nation for the enactment of more complete regulations to prevent abuses thereon.142 AC'i TN KEATiON TO ORAZINO STOCK. Concurred in by Council with Cue following amendment : Strike out the . and se1 apart to produce revenne from grazing by the act of which this act is amendatory. Pension busi- Agent now present and who do not speak English. Principal Chief.mini of ¡il00. lSliti. Whereas. 8. and Whereas. Approved May 19. D.00 to he paid to an interpreter for V. the unoccupied lands belonging To the Cherokee Nation lying West of the Ob' meridian. it is desirable that these lands produce revenue nearly equal to their real should \ahie. so long as they remain in possession of. lh. and the Principal Chief is herein authorized to draw his warrants accordingly. fi. Ax ACT to amend an act to t a \ stock grazing upon Cherokee lauds West of the *M> meridian. the. W. BUSHY H E A D . and Whereas.00—and to enable the Principal Chief to employ a competent Interpreter for those who may lune ness with the r . the Cherokee Nation: therefore. belonging to the General Fund. and under jurisdiction of. held for Indian settlement under the provisions of the Kith article of the trealy of J u h 10th.

H. A. Hamilton. I I . in case the be disposed of by t h e C h e r o k e e Nation. for t h e t e r m of five y e a r s . Day. a n d the said lease nun be terminated on m o n t h s n o t i c e b e i n g given. Miller. E. II. Ilewins. M. and Charles IF. including corrals. P a y n e E l d i e d . to e x e c u t e a lease for all the unoccupied l a n d s of t h e C h e r o k e e N a t i o n . directors in Charles II. abso- . t r u s t for t h e J. J . That t h e said E. a n d only such t e m p o r a r y lutely r e q u i r e d for t h e structures safe and t h e stock t h e r e o n . Day. lie it e n a c t e d b. Hamilton.ACT IX TÎKLATIOX TO . Ben S. shall obligate t h e m s e l v e s . M. d i r e c t o r s in t r u s t for t h e Bennett. M. T u t t l e . A. Tuttle. C h e r o k e e Strip the Live Stock Association. Principal Chief be. Ben S. six said ¡and shall And t h e said part.J. B e n n e t t . S. to be t h e p r o p e r t y of the Cherokee Nation. . aforesaid Strip Live Stock Association entering Cherokee into said lease. Miller. A.d lying west of A r k a n s a s River. Payne. \V. Drum. Be it further e n a c t e d . Eldred. or as may he profitable such grazing of temporary wire fences. CiR YZIXK STOCK. S.\ leasing shall obligate t h e m s e l v e s not to cut. in consideration of a ' y e a i l y rental of one h u n d r e d t h o u s a n d dollars for t h e entire tract. or t a k e any timber or o t h e r material from t h e s e lands but by a g r e e m e n t with t h e a u t h o r i t i e s of the Cherokee Nation. to E. Drum. A. \V. being an. YV. \V.\ tfie National Council. a n d h e is hereby 143 That the authorized and directed. use.A portion of t h e lands so leased. M. J . that t h e r e shall be no perman e n t i m p r o v e m e n t s on an.improve- are herein held a n d declared. a n d all m e n t s . H e w i n s . and in all cases to faithfulh o h > e r \ e t h e inter- .

pro\ided. which failure shall work forfeiture of any and all rights and interests thereon. Be it further enacted. in advance. that the tract herein leased shall not obstruct any mail or stageline or other necessary public highway—and said lease shall also contain a provision that on failure of said party leasing to meet all payments required by the lease. into the Cherokee Nation. at Tahlequah. the said lease shall be may be so declared by the Principal express void and Chief of the Cherokee Nation. shall be payable semi-annually. That the said one hundred thousand dollars required under the provisions of this act. He it further enacted. on the order Treasury of the of the Principal Chief. and further. or the land Cheroreserved therewith. the first payment to be made on the 1st day of October 18K. shall be included in such lease. but shall be specially excepted therefrom.% and that the rights of any person under any tax license issued before the passage of this act shall terminate with the date up to which such persons have paid. and that they shall do all in their power to prevent the stealing or removal of any timber or other material from the lands so leased by any other person or persons . course laws of the United States. the lease authorized That a perfect record of under the provisions of this act . that none of the three salines reserved to the kee Nation by act of Congress.144 ACT IN RELATION TO «RAZING STOCK. and the said semi- annual payments shall be made on the first day of October and April of each year. 'or in any other manner violating its terms or conditions.

Drum. t h e i r a c c e p t a n c e of the s a m e : whereupon the Principal C h W shall " a u s e t o be issued to *he sa d E. ACi 14. B e n n e t t . t h e lease shall nate.IN RET. Hamilton. P a y n e a n d 10 . p r o v i d e d . without t h e c o n s e n t of said Association: and t h e Principal Chief is h e r e b y authorized to cause the removal of all such p e r s o n s as i n t r u d e r s . portion <>f such. a fresh lease may be executed vacant to any r e s p o n s i b l e c o m p a n y in a c c o r d a n c e with the provisions of this a c t : And. E. Tuttlo. or temporary or termi- interests in any improvements thereon. Day. J . not a mem- ber of t h e C h e r o k e e Strip Live Stock Association shall be p e r m i t t e d to yraze any kind of stock upon any of t h e C h e r o k e e lands lying west of t h " A r k a n s a s River. in « r a n t e d by That should the lease here- be declared by t h e Principal Chief default. If. Hen S. shall within thirty t h e approval <>f this Cherokee act by the Principal days Chief the after file with him. Be it further e n a c t e d . A. H" it fur r lier e n a c t e d . Strip Live Stock Association. ITewins.ATTONT TO <¡KAZIX(i STOCK. a n d all rights. in t h e Executive D e p a r t m e n t of the Cherokee Nation. W. J . That no person. M. shall c e a s e . That the said by a m or either of before-named d i r e c t o r s . S. Miller. A. M. fie it further enacted. a n d a r c n o r t t h e r e o f shall b e s u b m i t t e d to the Council of t h e C h e r o k e e Nation at each annual session. That in default of any and all p a y m e n t s which may be d u e ."» shall l»e k e p t in duplicate in the office of t h e Principal Chief w h o is c h a r g e d with t h e execution of said lease. a n d one in t h e office of the T r e a s u r e r of the C h e r o k e e Nation. W. privileges.

1>8. approved March 3d. Richard M. Wolfe. Concurred in by the National Council. That all acts or parts of acts in conflict with the. 2. provisions of the foregoing act are hereby repealed. delegates of the Cherokee Nation. and to pay the same out " p e r capita" under directions of the National Council. . and for other purposes. 2.. May lô. Ee it further enacted. 1884. Principal Chief. 1883. appropriated three hun- dred thousand dollars. Principal Chief. Approved May 39. directors in trust for the aforesaid Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association. on certain conditions therein specified . is hereby required to re- tain the same in the Treasury until the same shall amount to three hundred thousand dollars."{. when- ever payments are made to him by said Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association. entitled "An act making an appropriation for Sundry Civil expenses of the (Government. to be paid into the Treasury of the Cherokee Nation. The Congress of the United States in an act. Eldred. Ross. for the fiscal year ending June 30. a lease in accordance with this act. BUSHYHEAD. Be it further enacted. I). That Den- nis W. A.146 ¡áEJÍATK BILL So. now therefore. That the Treasurer. Bushyhead. SE>TATK « I L L NO. Be it enacted by the National Council. and Robert B. 1883. Whereas. I). W. Charles H.

or there- abouts. for the benefit Perces. 147 are hereby authorized and empowered. | RELATING TO Whereas. Perces 9 . ing the amounts as shown by survey and denned by law or Executive Order. to the Otoes and Missourias 129. INTRUDERS. to the Nez. J). 1883. or there-abouts. and shall on the payment of said sum of money deliver the said deeds and receive and reeeipt for the same. W. Approved May 8.] Certain intruders in the Cherokee Na- tion have not been removed by the authorities of the United ¡States. and . for the tracts of Cherokee lands. BU8IIYHEA1)."»70. hundredth acres. Nez and Missourias.19(5 and thirty-three hundredths acres. being estimated for the Pawnees 230. and this shall be deemed the order of the Cherokee Nation. Secretary of the Interior has expressed himself that. b. or there-abouts.ACT RELATING TO INTRUDERS. Ponças. and Osages. or there-abouts. to execute deeds of conveyance. to the Ponças.. in the name of the Cherokee Nation. the question of citizenship can only be properly settled by the Cherokee Nation.894 and thirty-one hundredths acres. for the above purposes. as our treaties required. Otoes of the Pawnees.113 twenty hundredths acres. and Whereas.710 and eighty-nine hundredths acres. The Hon. or 101. as they respectively occupy the same under assignment of act of Congress and Executive Order. as required by said act. to the Osages 1. Principal Chief.014 and four there-abouts.

and whos. not to be citizens. to allow them to dispose of. all their movable effects. Tlu. including machinery or mills they may have introduced or erected. . have in- troduced and acquired property of various kinds.t . being their own property. Be it enacted by the National Council. J>c it further erected or claimed enacted. and their growing crops. and are at present holding and occupying the same: therefore. Secretary of the Interior shall issue his order for the expulsion of all intruders and persons claiming citizenship. after . to citizens of the Cherokee Nation.11 improvements by intruders. tlie Principal Chief shall issue his proclamation to all such persons shall the Secretary. by tlie sheriff's of the seveial districts. be sold to the highest bidder. ¡mil all property known as personal property. That when the Hon. or some of them. or sell to any person who shall so remove. provided for in the pre ceding section. or persons claiming citizenship. after the expiration of the six months. shall. within six months after peacefully said order of remove theivfrom. or remove the same before That date. to citizens only. by our courts. and whose cases have been decided adversely by tlie courts of the Cherokee Nation.Í48 ACT KKLATINff TO TNTTîrPERS. after thirty days' notice in the Cherokee shall Aihocate have been given—and the proceeds of such sale. and Whereas. The parties. contemplâtes issuing' an order for the expulsion of «11 such as are declared.. cases have been decided adveisely by the courts of the Cherokee Nation.

under penalty of forfeiting the same to the Cherokee Nation. be paid over to the Treasurer of the Cherokee nation. also the amount paid. shall be required. no purchaser shall be allowed to purchase more than one of said improvements. claiming citizenship. within thirty days thereafter. That from and after the passage of this act no person coming into the Cherokee Nation. This act takes effect and will be in force from the date on which the Secretary of the Interior shall issue his order to expel intruders from the Cherokee Nation. under penalty of suspension from office by the Principal Chief for the violation of the provisions of this act. and each purchaser of an improvement under this act. That the district clerks of this Nation are hereby forbidden to issue to any citiI zen of the Nation a permit for any person whose claim for citizenship has been rejected by the courts of the Cherokee Nation. líe it further enacted. Re it further enacted. and any sheriff failing to comply with the provisions of this act shall be suspended from office by the Principal Chief. and from what Sheriff bought. to register the improvement so purchased in the elerk's office of the District wherein said improvement is situated. orized That in the Kale of improvements auth- to be sold. and it is made the duty of the Principal Chief to furnish the several clerks with correct lists of intruders.ACT RELATING TO INTRUDERS. Provided. 149 deducting fifteen per cent. shall be allowed to make . for the benefit of the sheriffs.

be and the same is hereby removed to Rabbit Trap school house. and all laws and parts of laws conflicting with this act are hereby repe ded. Be it further enacted. 1883. Clingan on the authenticated roll of Cherokee citizens.election precincts in Going Snake District. W. Clingan being. any improvement whatever. as an adopted white citizen . T). A N ACT removing. B F S H Y H E A D . known as Rabbit Trap Precinct. said W. (1880)—said W. Principal Chief.150 ACT CORRECTING ERROR TN CENSUS ROLL. D.error in Census Roll in case of W. D. in doing. That the Principal Chief be and he is hereby authorized to have corrected the error in the registration of the name of W. 1). A C T correcting.registered on said roll for Cooweescoowee District. B F S H Y H E A D . whereas. until their rights have been established. Be it enacted by the National Council. he. Clingan.'5. D. Approved May 18. 1SS. Approved December 0. That the election precinct. in (ioing Snake District. Clingan. That the election precinct known as Piny Precinct. D. W. is en- . • P>e it enacted by the National Council. Principal Chief.' Snake District. be and the same is hereby removed to Oak Ctrove school house.

BUSHYHEAD. AN ACT amending the act authorizing the lease of the Cherokee Outlet west of the 100th meridian." chapter " 1 2 " of the Compiled Laws." article -'28. Article 28. I). as he has been before. That sec- tion "134. 18 s 3. That the act passed on the 15th day of December. AN ACT amending Section 134. Approved December 1. D. W. be and the same is hereby read as follows: so amended as to After the word " p e r s o n " in the 4th line of said section. and the Principal Ciiief is authorized and directed to make correction ac- cordingly. ''a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. A. BUSHYHEAD. \V. entiled " A n act authorizing the lease of the Cherokee Outlet west of the 100th meridian. 1883. 151 titled.ACT AMENDING AN ACT. of the Compiled Laws. 1882.. Be it enacted by the National Council. to be so registered.Principal Chief." be and the same is hereby amended by striking out and repealing that part or parts of said act which has reference to and requires the approval of the Secretary of fhe Interior to be given as a condition to the grant and operation of ." Approved November 27. Be it enacted by the National Council. D. and since the year 18^0. as a well known and acknowledged Cherokee' by blood or descent. Chapter 12. Principal Chief.

Solicitor. 18 4. AN ACT to remove the court house in Saline District. 1883. and Clerk. be and the same is hereby removed from the present court . 1883. any ease that may be granted by the Principal Chief by authority of the said act of December lôth. Approved December . in Saline District: Provided. which shall be built at the above designated place or site to be selected by the building committee—the District Judge. I)rinci])al Chief. That said court house shall not be located on the claim of any citizen of this Nation. Principal Chief. That court shall be held at the old court v house until the iirst Monday in May. Approved December J 3. Provided further. W. BCSIIYHEAD. That the court house now located near Samuel Smith's. \V. 1. at or near James Tehee's. 20. D. 1883. or until the completion of the court house to be built under an act of the National Council. Be it enacted by the National Council. except by the consent of such citizen.)2 ACT T<> RKMOVK «(UNO SXAKE COURT-HOUKK. approved Nov. Be it enacted by the National Council.l. B C S H Y r l E A D . A>' ACT to remove the court house in Going Snake District.'3. J). be and the same is hereby removed about one mile to a big spring.SS2. That the place of holding court in Going Snake District.

on a location to be selected by the building committee . BUSH AHEAD. or her. and William Johnston. 153 house. John Koss. A. herein provided to be located and built: Provided. That lot No. That the election precinct located at the present court house shall be and is herein remo\ed to the court house. be and the same is hereby granted to W. Duncan. John AW Stapler. however. D. Principal Chief. That the court house. shall be built at or near the place designated. Approved December (5. in the District aforesaid." in block 20.ACT «RANTING LOT FOR TEMPERANCE USE*!. or until and after the completion of the house presided for b\ law. for the purpose of building thereon a . Be it further enacted. they constituting the business committee of "Talilequah Christian Temperance Union. Jr. to or near Jack Bell's on Bell's Creek. for temperance and educational purposes. provided. That the court house and election precinct shall not be considered as removed until the (1) first day of -May. "4. 18h3. or their consent." and to their suc- cessors in office. W. Be it further enacted. AN ACT granting a lot in the town of Talilequah to erect a building upon. 1884. 1883. that the same be ccnveuient to wood and water and not on the claim of any citizen of the Cherkee Nation. to be built under an act approved November 20th. Be it enacted by the National Council. without his.. in the town of Talilequah.

W.000. W. as provided by this act to be erected. public reading-room and libraiy. A. which shall be full payment for all services rendered by him. Be it further enacted.154 ACT TO CONTINUE SERVICES OF PHIIX1PK. the buildingshall he erected within two years from the date hereof—otherwise the said lot shall revert to the Cherokee Nation. the said building to be used for those purposes. Approved December 13. and the Principal Chief shall. 1883. That the Principal Chief be. Phillips as special agent and attorney. as shall be directed and allowed by the said association. That should the said build- ing. provided. from time to time. at a compensation of four thousand dollars ($4. authorized to continue the services of Win. up to November. Approved November 30. B r S H Y H E A I ) . and such only. I). at any time be used for any other purpose than that for which it was erected. draw preferred warrants on the Treasury for such portions of said amount as may be necessary. Principal Chief. BUSHYHEA1). Principal Chief. 1884. Be it enacted by the National Council. then and in that event such other uses shall work a forfeiture of the privilege herein granted and the said building shall revert to and become the property of the Cherokee Nation. through their properly accredited committee. . T). and is hereby. 1883.00) per annum.

Principal Chief. Compiled Laws of the Cherokee Nation. 1883. Be it enacted by the National Council. Article 11. Compiled Laws. in his office.~)5 AN A C T to repeal Section 41. Approved December 7. That the place of holding court in Delaware District. 1. a secretary. D. BUSHYHEAD. 1883. That from and after the passage of this act the Treasurer shall be allowed. Ax ACT to remove a court house." situated about three and a half miles in an easterly direction from the mouth of " H o n e y Creek" in said District.ACT TO REMOVE A COURT HOUSE. Chapter 1. who shall be allowed a salary of five hundred dollars per annum. be and the same is hereby repealed. chapter 1. Be it further enaeted. be and the same is hereby removed to the spring. That sec- tion 41. That the building committees shall be authorized to sell the old court houses. commonly known as the " Yellow Spring. Be it enacted by the national Council. to be appointed by him. November 30. article 11. to the highest bidder after twenty days' notice shall have been given and the pro- . Concurred in with the following amendment : That the Judges be required to hold their respective courts at the old court houses until after the new ones heretofore provided for shall have been completed according to contracts made in pursuance of the law authorizing the building of new court houses : Provided. YV~.

15H

ACT TO KEJIOVE SEQUOYAH COURT-HOUSE.

ceeds of such sale t o be applied for t h e furnishing of
the new court houses, as aforesaid.
Approved December 6, 1883.
J). \V. B U S H Y H E A D ,
Principal Chief.
Whereas,

There are many persons who did not go

in person to draw or receive their " p e r capita" at the
late payment of 1883, on account of old age, sickness,
and other causes ; therefore.
Be it enacted by the National

Council,

That the

Treasurer be authorized, from and after the passage oí*
this act, to pay the same on the order of the person
or persons entitled.

All laws or parts of laws to the

contrary are hereby repealed.
Approved November 21, 1883.
D. \Y. B U S H Y H E A D ,
Principal Chief.
AN ACT to remove the court house in Sequoyah

Dis-

trict.
Be it enacted by the National Council,

That the

place for holding court in Sequoyah Dist., is hereby
removed.
Be it further enacted,

That the new court house

provided for by an act of the National Council approved November 1883, shall be erected at a place two
and a half miles south of the old court house, on a
certain mound well known, where the old Creek

" Su-

a-ka" cabin stood, there being plenty of good water
near by.

ACT TO APPOINP A DELEGATION.

Be it further enacted.

l.">7

That the Sheriff of Sequo-

yah District is hereby commanded to sell the old court
house to the highest bidder, for. cash, warrants or national certiiicates, at the regnlar term of the
Court, to convene on the 1st Monday in

Circuit

May. 1884,

and turn the proceeds of said sale over to the Treasurer, after deducting ten per cent, of the sum for his
services.
Be it further

enacted,

That the 3rd Section of

this act shall not take effect till after the

completion

of the new court house, herein provided for.
Approved December 7, 1883.
D. \Y. nrSHYFIKAI).
Principal Chief.

AN

A C T authorizing the appointment

of a Delega-

tion, etc.
Be it enacted by the National

Council,

That in

accordance with section 3, article (i, of the Constitution, there be a delegation appointed, to consist of two
persons, to represent' the Cherokee Nation
T

Government of the l nited

before the

States, at Washington, 1).

C , with such powers and upon such subjects as may
be conferred by law.
Be it further

enacted,

That the said delegation

shall be allowed a per diem of tive dollars ($.").()0) each,
and their necessary expenses.
Be it further enacted.

That the Principal Chief be

and he is hereby requested and required to accompany

1,">8

A JOINT RKSoLUTlON.

the delegation to Washington City, and to assist them
in the discharge of their duties,
approved December t>, 1^83.
1). W. B U S H Y H E A D ,
Principal Chief.

AN ACT providing a salary for the Deputy High Sheriff of the national Prison.
Be it enacted by the National Council,

That from

and after the passage of this act the pay of the Deputy High Sheriff of the National Prison shall be three
hundred dollars, and the Principal Chief is hereby directed to draw warrants upon the General

Fund in

the same manner as is already provided for the

pay-

ment of officers' salaries of this Nation.
Approved December 12, 1883.
I). W. B U S H Y H E A D ,
Principal Chief.

JOINT RESOIATION

of the National Council approving

the bond of Henry Chambers, National Treasurer
elect.
Be it enacted by the National Council,

That the

bond of Henry Chambers, Treasurer elect, as presented to the National Council according to law, be and
the same is hereby approved.
Approved November 20, 1883.
D. W. BUSHYHEAD,
Principal Chief.

for the payment of all damages to cjtizens of the Cherokee Nation from the operation of said road through the Cherokee Nation. Be it enacted by the National Council. in conformity with the bond of said railroad. W. 1). therefore. and approved by S. . be and the same are hereby dissolved. McFarlin and Nettie McFarlin. Whereas. citizen of the United States.ACT PROVIDING FOR SUITS AT LAW. to the adjudication of the courts of the Cherokee Nation. file in the office of the Secretary of the Interior of the United States its bond. Kirkwood. passing through the Cherokee Nation. Principal Chief. That the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing between Geo. on the 18th of March. 1*82. and Nettie McFarlin is hereby authorized to assume her maiden name of Nettie Thorn. McFarlin. W. did in said bond agree to submit all claims against said railroad. which bond was approved by the said Secretary on the 3rd day of April. and Nettie McFarlin. 1882. 159 AN ACT dissolving the bonds of matrimony between George W. Approved December 3. for damages as aforesaid. and Whereas. on the 3rd day of April. Said Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. 1882. AN ACT providing. The Atlantic and Pacific Railroad did. through its authorized agents. BUSHYHEAD. executed on the 18th day of March. Secretary of the Interior of the Tinted States. 18-2. J. 1883.for suits at law against the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad.

That all claims or complaints of citizens of the Cherokee Nation against the Atlantic and Pacific Kailioad for damages. BCSI1 AHEAD. shall be brought by summons in the Circuit Court of the District wherein said damages may have been done. YV. that ing under this act shall civil suitt-> in service in all suits arisbe liad upon the Section Master in the employ of the road over iho section wherein the alleged damages may have been upon the nearest Station done.S. I). Train Master. to either person or property in the construction and operation of the said Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. Be it enacted lr\ tlie National Council. within the limits of the Cherokee Nation.) [Introductory clause or preamble the same in substance as in act of > s 2 .1(50 T> T STRT T CT1JS*G AXD K M P m V K R I N U DELEIiATldX.'Î. or upon any Conductor. (1. instructing. as is provided for other said courts. Bell and -Ino. provided. That executions to s¡tísf\ any judgment decreed under this act shall be against any or all property of the Atlantic and Pacific Rail- road. and all such suits shall be subject to the same rules and regulations of the courts. Ax ACT instructing the Delegation to Washington Cit\ (lions. IS.the delegation that year. Schrimsher. Principal Chief. or Agent of said railroad. within the Cherokee Nation. Be it further enacted. Lucian I>. Approved December S.] oí . or Special Agent of said road.

1.J SEC. SEC. also—"That it sliall be the imparative duty of tlie said delegation to maintain the laws and acts from which the Cherokee Nation derives its revenue.INSTRUCTING AND EMPOWERING DELEGATION. [Same in substance as 1st clause of Sec. Gth of the said act of 1882. 2. 7. That in case any of the Delaware tribe of Indians. 8.] SEC. the delegation are hereby ed to render to such of instruct- persons all the assistance they can.] SEC. resident in the "Cherokee Nation. [Same in substance as Section 2nd of the act of 1882—but omitting reference to Court Bill of Senator Yest. Be it further enacted. who are now residing within the limits of the Cherokee Nation. [Provisions same in substance as in Sec. of the act of lKx2. sliall desire to draw out their pro rata share of the funds invested by the Delawares with the Government tlie Tnited States. [Same in substance as 2114 clause of Sec- tion (ith of the act of 1S82. JÜ1 [Same in substance as Section 1st of act oí 1882. 3rd of act of 1882.] SEC. 0."». 3. consistent with their other duties. .] SEC. excepting the reference made to the authority given by Congress to tlie Secretary of the Interior to investigate claims against the Nation.J SEC. j [Same as Section 7th of the act of 1882. oth.] SEC. 4 [Providing the same as Sec. And they are also instructed to render to the Sliawnees." any as- 11 .

"HtO. to use their best efforts to have the obligations of the Kith article of the Cherokee treaty of July tilth. represent and defend her.1<!2 O'S'rarCTINCÍ AND EyíPOWKKlN'U sistanee in the DKnKGATION. to pay the " p e r d i e m " allowance and necessary . in the interest of the Cherokee Nation. That the following sums are hereby appropriated on account of said delegation : 1st. That the said delegation are further instructed and empowered to meet and.July lí)th. and report to the National "Council at its next regular session a full and complete statement in detail of all moneys paid by the I'nited States to the Cherokee Nation. INili. or to any of its eiti/ens under the \arious treaties heretofore made between the United States and the Cherokee Nation.OOi or so mnoh thereof as mas be necessary. lXtHi. And they are further instruetrd. Be it further enacted. and in all matters pending. Be it further enacted. or that may arise. as provided for by the 22nd article of the treaty of . That said delegation ¡ire hereby instructed to examine the accounts of the Cherokee Nation -with the United States. repealed. ^. to defend all the matters that may arise against her. The sum of four thousand fi\e hundred dollars. Be it further enacted.. settlement of any unsettled business they may have with the Govt rnmeut of the United States'. in reference to the settlement by friendly Indians of the Cherokee lands west of the With meridian. and to zealously defend and guard all her rights under law and treaty.

That the Principal Chief be and he is hereby authorized to draw his warrant upon . For pay of clerk-hire to examine accounts of moneys paid to the Cherokee Xation by the States. To pay necessary expenses of the Principal Chief. a notice that all contracts made by any authority representing the Clx'i'okee Nation. eight -hundred dollars.700. or to any of its citizens under the United treaties. The sum of one thousand dollars for print- ing. Be it further enacted. while necessarily absent on their mission. advertising and contiugent^expenses—and the said delegation shall make a report of till their proceedings to the regular session of the National Council of the Cherokee Nation in Xo\ ember. 2nd. as such special attorney. Phillips. in all matters and questions which may arise either before Congress or the departments. or for the collection of money due on said lands. That said delegation are hereby instructed to file in the office of* the Secretary of the Interior and Commissioner of Indian Affairs. for the sale of the lands of the Cherokee Nation west of the Arkansas River. 4th. líe it further enacted. are hereby repealed and void.INSTKrCTIXG AND EMPOWERING DELEGATION. That the Special Attorney of the Cherokee Nation. with any person. 163 expenses of said delegation. Be it furtlier enacted.00). \V. lira. shall act with and by direction of the delegation—authorized by the provisions of this act. INSI. Hon. A. and affecting the interests of the Cherokee Nation. one thousand seven hundred dollars (£1.

1883. • Be it further enacted. That the above amount shall pa. That the sum of four thousand and seventy-eight dollars be and the same is hereby appropriated to pay the expenses of the C H E R O K E E ADVOCATE for the fiscal year ending third Monday in November. not later than October liOili of each year. W. A N ACT in relation to Public Printing. ' D. reports and Council. Approved December 15. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to issue preferred warrants in favor of the editor : Provided. BUSHYIIEAD. That all former instructions to any delegation whatever. to consist of blanks for the various District bills for the National officers. before the first Monday in November. That the Principal Chief shall furnish to the editor. Be it enacted by the National Council. be a'»d the same are hereby repealed. for the information of the National Council—the said reports to be translated and the English and printed in Cherokee languages. and said warrants shall be preferred. not otherwise ap- propriated. all reports of officers making reports through him. to pay the amounts hereby appropriated as specified by the provisions of this act.164 ACT IN RELATION TO PI'BLTC PRINTING. 1884. and a sufficient number prepared . any moneys in the National Fund. Principal Chief.\ for all public printing. Be it further enacted. and blanks for the Ex- ecutive Office.

Boudinot. and kept in the national safe subject to use whenever ordered' by the Principal Chief. Starr. and all officers failing to make their annual reports to the Principal Chief on or before October 10th. Be it further enacted. Foreman. That the Cherokee mattrix now deposited in the tjpe foundry at St. subject to the order of the editor of the ADVOCATE. W. Be it further enacted. Wofford. T. without further pro- ceeding.ACT IN RELATION TO PUBLIC PRINTING. 55 00 Frank'Pack. of each year. 25 00 . in pamphlet-form in each language for 165 distribution among the members of tue National Council. That the sum of two hun- dred and thirty dollars be appropriated out of the General Fund not otherwise appropriated to pay the following persons the sums set oposite their names. Be it further Cherokee enacted. Geo. £50 00 Will Leoser. Louis. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to issue a warrant accordingly. CHEROKEE be turned over to the Treasurer. Be it further enacted. shall be suspended from office. That thirty dollars be and is hereby appropriated out of the General Fund for the benefit of Cale W. by the Principal Chief for a failure to discharge the duties of their offices. That citizens who read only shall receive the ADVOCATK free of charge. ¿0 00 • 50 00 E. C.

1883: That if in the judgment of the Principal Chief it is desirable. Louis Type Foundry or other safe place to the credit of the Clierokee Nation. W. Approved December 11. r S H Y I I E A D . and the Principal Chief is authorized to draw warrants preferred accordingly.166 ACT O RELATION TO PUBLIC PRINTING. he may cause the Mattrix hereinbefore mentioned to be placed in the St. D. P . 1883. subject to the order of the Principal Chief. Concurred with the following' amendment Decem- ber 11th. . Principal Chief.

"1881. On page 15 read No\ ember 18. ''1880» instead of November 18." On page 101 read '"appointed" instead of "appropriated.ERKATA." .

.

PAGE.J CSI -L-) p i^XlL A W S OF 1881. Leoser Expenses of extra session National Council ADVOCATE. APPROPRIATIONS. A. Phillips 10 To expenses of ' ' A d v o c a t e " 16 warrant IS pay Making Expenses preferred of Auditor's Office IS Salaries of Seminary teachers IS To assist Henry Eift'ert 19 Claims registered by Auditor 20 Support of Prison 24 Asylum 25 Support the National of the insane To pay claims against the (reneral Fund 27 For North Carolina Clierokees 29 Expenses of the National Council To pay Mrs. 16 A p propriating 21 CITIZENSHIP. Jennie Sixk'ller For stationery of Executive Office To pay Mrs. I. 30 33 34 34 34 Relating to • ACCOUNTS AGAINST SCHOOL FUND. I). Making two warrants preferred 15 To pay \V. Misapplication of 12 school 41 . Admitting to FUNDS.

10 relating t o education . Authorizing disposal of Providing a committee to consider 7 42 L A W S OF 1882.'57 Granting lease of Saline to J."> WALNUT LOGS SEIZED..> In relation to walnut logs 7 For portection of the public domain 10 LAWS—(Î EX ERAL. Granting a divorce 37 Allowing one year to R.... Authorizing to ]. APPROPRIATIONS. Thompson " Insane Asylum «0 02 .. INTRUDERS.170 INDEX. In reference to 40 LAWS—PEN A I.. P>. Scales 39 Providing for a Delegation «'39 Establishing Mission Home at Bluejacket's .. For the National Prison " relief of J ."»U RESOLUTIONS. In reference to the " O l d Settlers" 40 3¡S Principal Chief to recover misapplied funds 41 To appoint Joint-committee on walnut timber. 42 TRADE. Harris 37 Relief of Madison Sanders . A. In reference to Intruders. 42 Instructing the Delegation 43 Amending chapt. Act ¡unending drovers tax *.

" adjourn " s i n e d i e " LAWS PENAL.. Providing stationery for Appropriating contingent expenses of GEXERAL FUND. Admitting to CENSUS ROLLS.. Council and Ex. In case of conviction to be attached to tine. APPROPRIATIONS Continued.. on Claims. " the Cherokee Advocate " International " Expenses Extra Session National Council... Commissioners To pay claims registered by Com. Authorizing printing of COMPILED LAWS.. To prevent monopoly of public domain .... COST OF SUIT. Office. Authorizing certain persons to be added to. Authorizing to purchase (K)O copies CITIZENSHIP. '• pay claims registered by the Auditor BILLS.. To translate and print bills " inquire as to small-pox.INDEX.. To he made monthly EXECUTIVE OFFICE. " S t r i p " fuuds to be added to J O I N T RESOLUTIONS. ESTIMATES AND REQUISITIONS. For the Public schools " Expenses of Nat.

Laws Authorizing purchase of copies of laws Providing for Delegation 70 78 82 S. . 78 Granting a divorce to Emma Dunn Removing a precinct For relief of sufferers from small-pox To place certain persons on census rolls " prevent depredations on timber Providing for a commission Instructing the Delegation Joint liesolntion No. A. Com. 7. Required to be made and paid monthly <>4 SMALL-PON..a divorce between Love and Love. Phillips In relation to towns To amend sec. Com. Authorizing lease west of 100^' 04 OFFICERS. chapt. <SS.. Laws."{ 8+ 93 04 0t» 07 100 101 MONOPOLY. LAWS GENERAL.."> To provide for vaccination Authorizing' lease of Cherokee Outlet west 100w To continue services of W. 10.. 12. art. -57. 78 Granting. Resolution to inquire about 77 Relieving sufferers 70 from Providing for vaccination against \). chapt. 78 Granting a divorce between Shaw and Shaw. Increasing salaries of Made responsible for their appointees 100 08 Shall not pledge the National credit REQUISITIONS.172 INDEX. art.i . 12. To amend see. To prevent 56 OUTLET CHEROKEE.

ÍNDEX. Made part of General Fund 70 TOWNS—IX RELATION TO RAILROAD. To pay indebtedness of Asylum 129 To support Insane Asylum To build court houses 131 To buy stationery for Auditor 133 To re-imburse I). 173 " S T R I P " FUND. Lipe (treasurer) Providing contingent expenses of Executive Dpt. APPROPRIATIONS. Duty of Sheriff to destroy 37 When lawful 57 LAWS OF 1883.. on Claims.. Gibson and Tahlequah included 97 TRADE. Ft. " pay claims registered by Com. To prevent depredations upon 82 W I R E FENCES. on Claims " " expenses. To pay expenses of Regular and Special sessions of the National Council 124 To pay claims registered by the Auditor 127 To pay claims registered by Com. W. of May session of 1883 (National Council) " " obligations of the Delegation " " expenses of Delegates 135 136 . Authorizing' persons to 60 TIMBER. " stationery for public service To support the National Prison 134 .

art. A u t h o r i z i n g t h e Chief t o s u e upon 10S Approving' t h e T r e a s u r e r ' s (Chambers) l. ol' collections by 11. Authorizm»' s u i t s AUENT r . Sec. 28. cliapt. BONDS.">8 CLERKS. not to made i m p r o v e m e n t s COLLECTORS—OF PCHLIC Chief to compel FINDS. settlements C H E R O K E E LIVE STOCK los from 10!» ASSOCIATION. Chief r e q u i r e d to notify for AMENDING. 12. \ o k e e Claim u " small-pox a c c o .''» P r o v i d i n g to s u m m o n claimants of (by default). APPROPRIATIONS Continued. against for damages 1Ô1» "claimants" IOS s. Allowed M per cent... liH. DISTRICT. Phillips " '* " " a s s i s t a n t counsel ) N o r t h Carolina Cherwitnesses.. K. Compiled Laws 151 Act a u t h o r i z i n g lease of Outlet west of 100». 107 Heipiirinji p r e s e n t a t i o n " i m m e d i a t e l y " of claims to Claimants of.174 1M)KX. A.n t s " support the Public S c h o o l s CIO P>7 A T L A N T I C & P A C I F I C R. To pay e x p e n s e s of t h e Principal Chief k ' " a t t o r n e y . Admitting to 12. W .'} Of TabliMpiab to t r y offenses against t h e p e a c e 121 CITIZENSHIP. (¿ranting lease of l a n d s to 112 .

140 DEPCTY HHffl SHERIFF.5Í In Saline District to r e m o v e 1.the Chief to bring' suit. Phillips as a t t o r n e y 1. 18. etc 10S In relation t o stock 110 A m e n d i n g sec.. . chapt.1. A.10 o r d e r s for " p e r c a p i t a " .'f •' sec. Com. P r o v i d i n g salary of 1.14 Authorizing 1. A u t h o r i z i n g Chief a n d Delegation to e x e c u t e . Granting" a divorce !•">!) A u t h o r i z i n g a p p o i n t m e n t of a delegation 1. Laws. A u t h o r i z i n g To build l. . 1. 81.12 " Going.1 l.18 ÍXTRCDERS.INDEX. 85 and 8(5.17 Instructing' delegation lf>0 W h e n officers are subject to dismissal 10. L7. 11. art.1-10. a r t . • Relating to LAWS 147 PEXAL.">t> DEEDS.1 coriíT norsivs. 0.S n a k e District to r e m o v e " Delaware •• Sequoyah " " " u " 1. In relation to u trade 1 Oli citizenship 107 Authorizing. 87.1 C o n t i n u i n g W. Compiled Laws In relation to towns A m e n d i n g School Law To provide for keeping peace in Tahelequah 12 lit 117 1-1 121 L A W S G EN E R A L . chapt.

S SECRETARY.certain persons to Regulating ]0ü 104-HK» TOWNS. In relation to LBMy'04 117 .">3 MINERALS AND MIXES."»0 In relation to public printing H>4 Granting a lot for temperance uses 1. Providing for Treasury Department a ir>. Removing precincts of election !. To have one-half of fines collected 11.176 INDKX. LAWS GENERAL Continued."> TRADE. Amending act authorizing lease of 151 SWORN STATEMENTS. In relation to IK» SOLICITORS. Requiring traders to make quarterly 1Í:(» STOCK. Act in relation to 114 OUTLET."»<> Attaching " S t r i p ' ' fund to the school fund 1:>S Correcting error in census roll l. Authorizing.

Related Interests

. 1882. General Muse. !t. i N o v T î ï . K. Israel.)as.| 8. 20. Dist Drug». 1882. I)ownin< ville. General Mdse. 1882. 4. A VV. Going General Mdse. 27. L i n d s a y * Wm. Talilequah. 5. Dele. 1882. Nov. Cl. Coo. C. 28.' McCraeken. Vini ta. F. River General Mdse. AN ACT making an appropriation for the current contingent. !2. A luirían & P r a i r i e Citv. General Mdse.Nov.1 110. ¡ Foyit's Ridge. Snake District.ACTS A U T H O R I Z I N G TO 60 TRADE. Oaks. P. Grand Mills. 'Nov. Cimillo Clan-more. Kraiik Cass. and for other purposes. Dist. Ylnita. Nov. C. 1882 6. Bell. T.. iim.DATE OF ACT. 20. G. Drugs & Med. Tow u. ! W. 1 N o \ . L.~~188T. NovT~2l". ' 1 . U'82. ¡IN WHAT AKTI. ACTS AUTHORIZING TO TRADE. Lucían B.—1882T I. (x. Bartle»wlle& Hill General Muse. 1. •Echo. G c . 1882. . Hi. Win. 1882. N.114. Coo. s. .1882. I'incs & Notions. General Mtlse. (¡enera! Mdse. D i n g s . Tun. Be it enacted by the National Council. . I nerc. Mrs. Nov.75) is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise ap- propriated and belonging to the General Fund to defray . C. 27. Dee. Oaks. Nov. Ka»mus. 5. liuingiiiner.i. n i s t Wm. 1882. S. Sequoyah Dis't. H . Edward ByrJ & Prior's Creek. Thomas Kelly.. 20. Lewi. expenses of the National Prison and for the iiscal year ending September 30. iXov. Pen-v Walker. R<jl)t. !). 1«82. Chotean. 28. 1882. Talilequah. Pveatt & Evans. 28. 115. 28. Curliî C a r e \ ' s Ferry... C. Lindsev.KS. No\l>S. Family. Ironsides. icines. H . TieneniÍMÚlse. Coo. 14. Medi-INov. W. Dec. Battles.

$ 1. Pardon or discharge. Approved December 9. Thompson. Guard. Guard. 1883.00 Contingent expenses. $3. .20) is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund not otherwise appropriated to pay the following indebtedness of the National Prison for the fiscal year ending September 30th. 1882. Pay of Jail Guards. 1882. Guard.274.440. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw preferred warrants in fayor of the parties below named. Expenses in case of Execution. 61 the current and contingent expenses of the National Prison for the fiscal year ending September 30.75 3rd. (sundries ware) Total indebtedness. BITSHYHEAD. W.Terrel Prison Guard. That the sum of eight hun- dred and nine dollars and twenty cents (809. #250. Green . Guard. 721 70 £809 20 D.EXPENSES OF THE NATIONAL PRISON. $4 00 Bnshshead Seyier. for the amount set opposite each name. And the Principal £150. 26 00 Johnson Parris. Be it further enacted.00 Chief is hereby authorized to draw preferred warrants on the General Fund in fayor of the High Sheriff therefor. 30 00 Jeff French. 22 50 J. Principal Chief. 5 00 Cull Thorn.00 2nd. to be applied as follows: 1st. For Supplies.

00 Whereas. IX W. " 231 . day of April 1880. aud virtue of the original which were lost and the Treasurer is required to with-hold payment on the original warrants if presented and the same is declared null and void. Hartley for the benefit of J.* 70. Approved December 8.00 No.02 EXPENSES OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. Hartley was owner of the National warrants on the General Fund. . Blind and Indigent Asylum for the fiscal year ending" September 30. sum of two thousand three hundred-and That the fifty-seven . Hartley dated Oct. Thompson. and is hereby authorized to issue to said J. That the Principal Chief be. Be it enacted by the National Council. 7. AN ACT making an appropriation to defray the current and cont'ngent expenses of the Insane."Ï0 Total * 301. and described as fol- lows : No. 921. Principal Chief. 30. at Elpazzo. 1293 " " " " " Dec. issued to J.. Be it enacted by the National Council. were lost or destroyed in a cyclone on the 18th. J. AN ACT tor the relief of J . BCSHYIIEA1). 18*-2. 1878. an affidavit to the abo\e ed to this Thompson: preanmle facts and being made is attach- being transferred to J. Thompson du- plicate warrants which shall have the same date. 1883. Whereas. Therefore. and force. Arkansas.

Teamster at •>12. Contingent Expenses."» 7.'50.. " •' " " "• Flour at £2. *7ô" 00 2« 0-Ü 12Ô 00 W> 00 4. Beds ¡:nd Bedding.'> . Blind a n d Indigent Asylum fund. IS 3. Navv Beans. for the liscal year ending September ."> 12.00 per month.0 00 1 0 00 . to defray the current expenses of said Asylum. Be it further enacted. Sugar at 10 cts.ô4:) is hereby appropriated ont of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Beef at 00 cts.") cts.10 cts. Coal Oil " Salt bii Corn bid. Total Estimate Current Expense.00 per month.">. b i d s . Pay of Trustees. Cooking Ctensils. Cook at ¥10.". dollars and fifty-four and one-sixth 63 cents (*2.'»4' The sum of eight hundred and thirty dollars and t h r e e cents is hereby appropri- ated out of any money in ihe Treasury otherwise appropriated and belonging to the Indigent Asylum fund to pay the not Insane. as per the following esti- mate of necessary expenses for the Institution for the time specified: ."> oo <> 00 7 .00 per week.-)() 10."» 00 0 00 100 00 120 (Mr 1."» 00 40 00 ".">7. Matron at *1.. Medica! Superintendent. Steward.{' (MM) 2000 1000 3000 300 400 4 3 300 1 1 1 1 1 lbs. per bushel.*>2 00 2. and belonging to the In- sane.""» 200 00 00 00 oo «i2. Wash woman ¿1. Condiments peper etc. Clothing.37. Repairs on water works laundry building.1Ü Meal at . Coffee at 1.">(i per month.3.EXPENSES OF THE INSANE ASYLUM.">0 00 400 00 10 00 ' and 7. Blind following and indebted- . Bacon at 12' cts.

Boss. W. Provided for a greater further. G. H.3 Wm. (mdse^ 8290 (59 J . McSpadden.) 24 2. 3 3.September 30. B. Woods. W. for the support of the same for no longer time than thirty days upon any one estimate or requisition. A. (trustee Ave days) 20 10 James Hendrix. ( " four '• ) 10 00 T. (steward three months) ' 0 00 Edward Foreman. ( " Ave '• ) 20 00 s " "* " (secretary board two days) 00 '• " " (monthly visits four days) 10 00 Elias Crittenden. ness of the said Asylum for the last quarter of the fiscal year ending. J. (bacon &c. Cherokee Nation shall be made monthly and the Principal Chief is hereby directed to issue warrants. (" ) 25 CO Anna Alexander. Stapler & Son. (bacon) 1-2 4<S H. H. (teamster) 9 00 Charles Alexander. all estimates and requisitions for support of the Male and the Female Seminaries and all other public institutions of the. $830 03 And the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to warrants accordingly to the above estimate draw of contin- gent and current expenses and also in favor of the parties to whom the Asylum is indebted per above list: Provided. Hughs. (cook) 20 00 Total indebtedness.64 EXPENSES OF THE INSANE ASYLt'M. (floui) N> 00 " " (kraut) h 00 <• " (sweet potatoes) 8 00 W. Jay Thornton. Balentine. Thompson. That no warrant shall issue sum than the amount appropriated . Hendrix. Johnson."»0 Moses Ward.~> W. (beef account) K! 30 Mrs. 1 NS2. 7 40 G. (blacksmithing) 4 00 E. (corn meal) 12 .

1. 1.000 00 current expenses. 600 00 " " Principal Teacher per annum. for the support of any of said institutions for one month. salary of Steward. Be it enacted by the National Council. 250 00 Text Books.045. 600 oo " " Principal Teacher per annum.65 P R I M A R Y AND H I G H SCHOOLS.200 00 Repairs on Building and grounds.200 00 " " first assistant teacher. 5 0 00 " " second assistant teacher. 500 00 " " second assistant teacher. 400 CO " " third assistant teacher. FEMALE SEMINAEY. For " " " " " For " " $ 10. BUSHYHEA1).. 250 00 Text Books.000 00 current expenses. 400 00 500 00 Library. 1. For " " " " " For " " £10. That the sum of $66. . and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the School Fund and not otherwise appropriated to be disbursed as follows : MALE SEMINARY. 1.200 10 " " first assistant teacher. Principal Chief. AN ACT making an appropriation for the support of the Primary and High schools' of the Cherokee Nation for the scholastic year 1883.200 00 Repairs on building and grounds. 1882. 400 Ü0 500 00 Library. salary of Steward. December 11. IX W. Approved. 400 00 '• " third assistant teacher.00 be.

Be it further enacted.420.445 UO For Text Books.32.00 be.000 ( 0 SALARY O F BOARD O F EDUCATION. P. . E.800 00 '* Be it further enacted. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the School Fund and not otherwise appropriated for the pay of teachers of the primary schools for term ending December 22. Two members at $«00.">.0O per month. it shall be the duty of the Principal Chief to discontinue the same until the meeting of t h e National Council. Be it further enacted. 1. 1882.t')i> FR1M4RY AND HKIH SCHOOLS. Vann. Be it further enacted. . 1?217 00 That at an additional $150. That in all cases when the appropriation is insufficient to continue the schools for the length of time herein provided for. PKIMAKY SCHOOLS.00 each.2. . That t h e sum of $4. for teaching Black Jack School in Canadian District.. Female $2.017. *1.»U be. for the term ending June 30. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Tre'asury belonging to the School Fund and not otherwise appropriated to make u p the deficiency in former appropriation for the current expenses of the Male and Female Seminaries for the year 1882. To be disbursed as follows: Male Seminary. X. For the pay of 103 teachers at an approximate salary of *3. One member as Secretary. C.U 0(1 800 00 That the sum of <*U.00 be appropriated to pay Mrs. 1882.

• Mrs.200(0. J. 30 7. *150 00 and t h e Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw warrants accordingly. Timberlake. W. . Be it further enacted. That the •Î400. Be it further enacted. Van Ant warp Bragg & Co.00 each.000. Crutch Held. That t h e sum $32. Win. V. ' Le\ison & Blythe Stationery Co.P R I M A R Y A:ND H I G H VOHOOLS. 1). That t h e sum be. Stapler & Son. Barnes. H.37 out of any School Fund and not otherwise appropriated to pay certain persons as follows : J. C. That t h e amount appropriated for the repairs of each of the Seminaries be $801.994. That t h e salary of t h e Secretary of the Board of Education be six h u n d r e d dollars per annum. to-witt : A. P a t t e r s o n & Co. That the Principal Teachers for each of t h e salaries Male and of the Female Seminaries shall be #1.450. Percival.00 a p p r o p r i a t e d for the pay t e a c h e r s be applied for the pay of teachers for of the term e n d i n g December 1883. W.5 54 02 90 46 00 20 7 20 and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw warrants accordingly. and the same is h e r e b y appropriated money in the Treasury belonging t o the of $1. Mark Bean. $104 373 435 915 15 53 15 75 John Sanders.0J is hereby appropriated out 67 further sum of of any money be- longing to the School F u n d not otherwise appropriated. Be it further enacted. *250 00 Miss Ellen Yore. K.00 instead of $1.

«8

APPROPRIATION TO PAY ( T E H E X T EXPENSES.

Provided further,

That in no case hereafter

any person having charge of the public funds

shall
pledge

the credit of the Cherokee Nation for any sum and
any officer so doing shall be summarily dismissed from
office by the Principal Chief and in all cases

officers

of the Cherokee Nation shall be held responsible

for

the conduct of all persons appointed by them

having

charge of the public funds

of the Cherokee

Nation

whether

General, School, Orphan

the same be the

fund, or the support of the Blind and Indigent.
Be it further enacted,

That the reductions

made

in the above amendments be correspondingly made in
each of the above sections providing for the
priations.

appro-

December 15, 1882.

Approved December 16, 1882.
I). W. BUSHYHEAI),
Principal Chief.
A N ACT making an appropriation t o pay the

current

and contingent expenses of the National Council
and Executive Office for the regular term of 1882
and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the National Council,

That there

be, mid is hereby appropriated out of any monies in
the General Fund not otherwise appropriated the sum
of ($12,120.00) dollars or so much thereof as may be
necessary to pay the following named persons
amounts set opposite their names and the
Chief is hereby authorized to draw warrants
ingly.

the

Principal
accord-

APPROPRIATION FOB CHEROKEE ADVOCATE.

(59

[REMARK.
This being the second session of the
Eighth National Council since the Constitution was
amended, and the members and term of service beingthe same as in 1881, the list of names and amounts
are not republished.]

Be it further enacted,
sufficient

That should there not be

money in the General . Fund now in the

hands of the National Treasurer, the said Treasurer is
hereby authorized to borrow from the School Fund
or any other fund in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated to carry into effect the provisions of this
law; provided however,

he re-imburse the sum out

of the first monies coining into his hands on account
of the General Fund.
Be it further enacted,

That all warrants drawn

pursuant to act of appropriation in Compiled Laws,
article 7, chapter 12, for the pay of salaries annual and
per diem of officers of the Nation for services performed be, and the same are hereby made preferred.
December 8, 1882.
Concurred in by the Council with the

following

amendment :
Be it further enacted,

That the above act shall

apply so far as to appropriate in like manner the sum
of seventy-two ($72.00) dollars for the benefit of J. B.
Mayes as Chief Clerk of Conncil, and also the sum of
one hundred and fifty-two ($152.00) dollars for R. M.
Wolfe as Interpreter for Executive and the Principal
Chief is hereby authorized to draw warrants accordingly.
Be it further enacted,

That one hundred and fifty-

two (1152.00) dollars opposite the names of Chas. Starr

70

APPROPRIATION FOR CHKROKKK ADVOC'RTK.

and John B. Johnson

be erased and that one hun-

dred and sixtj (*1<î0.00) dollars be inserted.
Approved December 9. 1882.
D. \V. B r S I T Y H E A l ) .
Principal Chief.
Ax 'ACT making an appropriation for the current and
contingent expenses of the Cherokee Advocate for
the fiscal year ending September

30th, 1883 and

other purposes.
Be it enacted by the National

Council,

That the

sum of three thousand and five hundred ($3,.">00.00)i dollars, be, and the

same is hereby appropriated

out of

any monies in the Treasury belonging to the General
Fund, not otherwise appropriated, for the current and
contingent expenses of the Cherokee Advocate for the
fiscal

year ending

September

30th, 1883,

Principal Chief is authorized to draw his
accordingly in favor

of the Editor of the

and

the

warrants
Cherokee

Advocate.
Be it further

enacted,

That the further sum of

six hundred and twenty dollars and

fifty-seven

be, and the same is hereby appropriated

cents,

out of any

monies in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund
not otherwise appropriated

for the following

named

persons, to-wit:
Editor Cherokee Advocate to pay accounts for
Advocate for 1882,
'
$380 67
Wni. Eubanks translating bills,
."»6 00
C. W. Starr printing Senate and Council bill,
70 00
Wm. Leoser printing Evrt. Procs.. Thanksgiving, 27 00
Johnson Thompson,
46 00
Gus Ivey,
,->0 00

That all warrants issued in favor of the Cherokee Advocate and public printing be made preferred. Compiled Laws of Cher- okee Nation. W.. Be it enacted by the National Council. 71 And the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw his warrants accordingly.. at the rate of five dollars per day of . also all reports of the officers required by law to make reports —and the same to be furnished the Editor by the Clerk of the Senate. That the sum of five hundred dollars ($500. 9. Principal Chief. Concurred in with the following amendment : Provided. That the appropriation above made for current and contingent expenses includes all expenses of the office such as printing-paper. I). blanks for the District and Executive offices. Approved December 15.00) or so much thereof as may be necessary is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund and not otherwise appropriated to pay for the services and expenses of any Commissioners who may be appointed by the Principal Chief to meet like Commissioners of otlier tribes of this Territory in pursuance of Sec. AN ACT making an appropriation to pay the expenses and compensation of Commissioners of the Cherokee Nation at an International Council.A P P R O P R I A T I O N FOR AN INTERNATIONAL ('OCNCII. page 38. BUSHYHEAI). 1882. Be it further enacted.

72

V P P R O P H I VTION TO PA.Y C U R R E N T E X P E N S E D

attendance of council of each Commissioner

including

all of his expenses, and the Principal Chief shall be
authorized to draw preferred warrants accordingly upon the certificate of the Clerk of any International
Commission or Council, which such Cherokee Commissioners may be appointed to attend, of the number of
days such council shall be in session with mileage at
ten cents per "mile going and returning.

December

l.->th, 1883.
Approved December It», 1882.
1). \V. BUSHYHEAD.
Principal Chief.

AN" ACT making an appropriation to pay the

current

and contingent expenses of the Extra Session of
the National

Council and

Executive Office and

for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the National Council,
be, and is hereby appropriated

out of

That there
any money

in the General Fund not otherwise appropriated the
sum of two thousand one hundred and forty

dollars, -

or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the following named persons, the amounts set opposite their
names, and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to
draw preferred warrants accordingly.
[REMARK.
The list of names and amounts is a
counterpart and repetition of the act to pay expenses
of Extra Session of 1881—the term of service being
the same as then, and it being the second session of
the Eighth National Council since the Constitutional
Amendments.]

APPROPRIATION TO PAY LIST OF CLAIMS.

Be it enacted by the
revenue collected

National Council,

on stock

grazed

73

That the

West of 96° and

now in t h e Treasury amounting t o thirty-seven thousand four

hundred

and

twelve dollars and

fifty-five

cents (*37,412..V)) is hereby transferred to the General
Fund.
Be it
dollars or

further

enacted,

so much

That the

sum

of

fifty

thereof as may be necessary

is

hereby appropriated out of any monies in the Treasury
belonging to the General F u n d

and not

otherwise ap-

propriated to pay for a pigeon-hole desk to
papers and

records

of t h e Senate and t h e Principal

Chief is hereby authorized to draw
for t h e

hold the

preferred warrants

same in favor of the contractor

doing

said

work, upon completion of the same.
December 16, 1882.
Concurred in with the following amendment :
Be it further

enacted,

That the sum

of

twenty-

eight (28.00) dollars be appropriated in like manner as
above for the benefit of William Ballard, and t h e Principal Chief will issue a preferred warrant accordingly.
Approved:
]). W. B U S H Y H E A I ) ,
Principal Chief.

A N A C T making an appropriation for the payment of a
list of claims a s registered
Claims,'December 9th, 1882.

by the Committee

on

74

APPROPRIATION TO V\
SO.

LIST OF CLAIMS.
AMOrNT.

NAMES.

1 George Downing.
2 George Blair.
3 James Stapler.
4 James King,
5 Ose Benge.
6 A. H. McGregor.
7 Johnson Thompson.
8 School Fund,
9 William Foreman,
10 E. H. Fields,
11 William Eubanks,
12 H. C. Boss,
13 Ose Hair,
14 J. L. Adair,
15 O. P. Brewer,
16 W. A. Duncan,
17 Johnson Thompson,
18 Arch Scraper.
19 J. L. Adair,
20 James King,
21 Dr. L. M. Cravens,
22 Dr. Trent & Howard,
23 Dr. Chas. Harris,
24 Dr. W. T. Adair,
25 Jesse B. Mayes,
26 E. B. Boss,
27 Eichard Robinson,
28 D. W. Lipe expenses to and
St. Louis,
29 J e s s Sanders,
30 James Crutchfield,
31 Drs. Trent, Thompson & Adair.
32 George O. Sanders,
33 Johnson Thompson,
34 Samuel Mayes,
35 Drew, Knight & Boudinot,

$

9 (Ml

:>$ oo

3 00
0 00
45 75
48 00
352 00
1,987 00
5 00
19 (»0
20 00
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Che-che. . i. M.429 247 199 200 44 35 55 35 00 00 00 00 ÔÔ 90 40 00 00 00 $ 4. 1882. Mayes.A P P R O P R I A T I O N TO PAY L I S T O F CLAIMS. Samuel H. Wolfe. Bushyhead. Hicks. That the sum of one hun- dred and eighty dollars be and the same is hereby appiopriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund not otherwise appropriated to purchase Stationery for the Executive Department and the Principal Chief will draw warrants accordingly. H. Charles Thompson. Phillips. S'O. Be it further enacted.945 M) . I). W. That the further sum of nine hundred dollars be. Arch Canoe. Wolfe. Be it further enacted. Cale Starr. Ross. AMOUNT. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund and not otherwise appropriated to pay the contingent expenses of the Executive Office. 1 2 3 4 5 (i 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 NAMES. H. 1. M. D.> benefit of the above mentioned persons agreeably to the amounts set oposite to their respective names and the Principal Chief will draw warrants accordingly. R. That the sum of two hun- dred and fifty dollars be. Ross & R. Wolfe. Be it further enacted. H. R. I). Ross. R. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund not otherwise appropriated to pay the claims audited by the Auditor for the fiscal year ending September 30th. A. 1). D. W. M.001 219 325 225 30 25 270 16 1.

1882. and is hereby authorized to draw preferred Chief war- rants in favor of the following named persons.JOINT RESOLUTION NO. Principal Chief. . and shall be applied to the of settlement of the out-standing indebtedness the Nation to date. be printed in . GENERAL LAWS. B U S H Y H E A D . and the same is hereby placed in the General Fund as a part thereof. . That the Principal be. JOINT RESOLUTION NO. W. Be it enacted by the National Council. Be it further enacted. That the balance now on hand in the National Treasury of the " Strip " Land Fund. Boudinot & Butler. 76 Be it further enacted by the National Council. $ 200 00 100 00 100 00 Total. That all bills introduced in either branch of the National Council. Be it further enacted. be. . Owen & Springston. be. and subject to the disposition of the National Council as well as all other amounts received therefrom. 1. AMOUNT. shall. to-wit: NAME. I).. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the General Fund. Lyons. That the sum of four thousand nine hundred and fortyfive dollars and thirty cents. not otherwise appro- priated to pay the above accounts and the Principal Chief will draw warrants accordingly. John F . $ 400 00 Approved December 16. after having been read once. 1. .

B. .JOINT RESOLUTION NO. Assistant and Acting Principal Chief. R. BUNCH. Approved November 15. Whereas. therefore. That the Principal Chief . The bills after having been ordered to be printed by the President of the Senate. for the benefit and information of the members. 1882. Be it resolved by the National Council. We do apprehend that there is great danger of said disease spreading over the whole country thereby endangering the lives of many of our people. or by the Speaker of the Council shall first be revised and corrected by the Clerks of the Senate and Council respectively. 2. Information has been received that the disease of small-pox is now prevailing in Saline District. 77 both the English and Cherokee languages. C. in what is known as Lynch's Prairie. and the Editor of the Advocate is hereby required and authorized to employ a special printer at the ordinary pay of such to print in such manner as the Editor may direct all bills ordered to be printed. JOINT RESOLUTION NO. BUNCH. Assistant and Acting Principal Chief. 2. N. and Whereas. Approved November 14.be required immediately to appoint a board of suitable physicians to proceed forthwith and investigate to what extent said disease does prevail and report the necessary steps to be taken to stop the spreading of said disease over the country. 1882..

1882. BUSH Y HEAD. Principal Chief. and that she be allowed to assume her former name. N. Rogers. 19.ACT « R A N T I N G 78 A D1VOK0K. D. D. C. Be it enacted by the National Council. Shaw. That S. A. 12. . That a di- vorce is granted Mrs. D. Approved November 21. Compiled Laws. Shaw from her husband. Principal Chief. Be it enacted by the National Council. W. Approved November 21. A. That the Tobacco Will Precinct in Sequoyah District. and the same is hereby amended so as to make it the duty of the presidingJudge to attach the cost of the trial to the hue in every case of conviction. Cliapt. Principal Chief. A. A N ACT to amend Section 88. 1882.. be. AN ACT to remove a precinct. B U S H Y H E A D . Approved November 22. Chapter 12. W. BUSIIYHEAD. and the same is hereby removed to the Swimmer School-House near George Swimmer's in the aforesaid District. be. C. W. 1882. Article 10. Art. That Sec. V. D. 88. Be it enacted by the National Council. Be it enacted by the National Council. I. J.

Emma H a n k s . a citizen of the United States. I I . B U S H Y H E A D . a white man and citizen of the United States. he having abandoned her and placed himself beyond t h e jurisdiction of t h e laws of t h e Cherokee Nation. 1882. Principal Chief. Approved November 22. Dunn. and t h e said Emma Dunn is authorized to re-assnme her formel' name. t h a t Hanks. 1882. Be it enacted Principal Chief name by t h e National Council. Principal Chief. A N A C T granting a divorce to Emma Dunn.. That Alex. as though the same had never existed. in t h e neighborhoods hereinafter named. He it enacted by the National Council. That t h e be. Approved November 27. Dunn. and he is hereby authorized to one committee to consist of one physician of . and t h e same are hereby dissolved. and lie is hereby divorced 79 from his wife.RELIEF OK SUFFERERS OF SM4LL-POX. W. Be it further enacted. VV. J o s e p h i n e Love. is declared to liav* forfeited Cherokee with Emma all rights t o citizenship in the Nation. a white man. Love be. That the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing between Emma Dunn and Alex. I). II. 1). A N A C T for t h e relief of sufferers from small-pox. be. etc. BUS-HYHEAI). a h e acquired Cherokee by his marriage by birth.

in order to accomplish these ends. furniture. and houses.80 RKLIEF OF SUFFKRER8 OF SMALL-POX. They are also further authorized to this end to destroy by fire all infected clothing. and. clothing. provisions and medicines. tí bedding. and to do such other things in their power as may be deemed necessary. bedding. and that said committees be required to take immediate measures for the care and relief of all persons afflicted with said disease. to employ such competent nurses as may be deemed necessary for the proper care of obtain the requisite supplies of such persons. the said committees in their respective neighborhoods before named are empowered to obtain one or more buildings which shall be used as small-pox hospitals. to place infected persons in said buildings. and one committee to consist in like manner of one physician of like habits and two citizens who shall act as a small-pox committee for the neighborhood infected with small-pox in the vicinity of Fort Spunky in Cooweescoowee District. furniture. sober habits and two citizens who shall act as a smallpox committee for the two neighborhoods with small-pox on Grand infected Biver in the vicinity of Lyuch's Prairie.' The said committees are also empowered to establish and enforce such quarantine regulations as in their judgment may be deemed necessary to prevent the further dissemination of the disease and to cause all persons exposed to the infection to be immediately vaccinated. and to prevent its further spread among the people of this Nation . and to supply convalescents and families .

whose clothing may be so destroyed with new clothing. it shall be reported to the for their action in regard to the being understood that of this act to recognize any it is not the purpose pecuniary obligation the Nation to pay for any buildings not the of property of lawful citizens of the same. be. The clothing so destroyed shall be first valued by said committee and a careful and itemized record be kept by them of the same and be reported immediately.BELIEF OF SUFFERERS OF SMALL-POX. Be it further enacted. Be it further enacted. the value of any houses necessarily destroyed next annual Council same. SI by their order. That the physicians provid- ed for a b o v e shall be entitled to two hundred and fifty dollars per month while actually employed. That the Principal Chief . That the sum of one thous- and dollars. to be paid on preferred warrants of the Principal Ccief drawn upon t h e certificates of said small-pox commit- tee at Lynch's Prairie and Fort Spunky. to the Principal Chief. or so much as may be necessary to defray the expenses authorized to be incurred by this act. Concurred in by Council with t h e following amend- ment: Be it further enacted. properly authenticated by their certificate. That if the appropriation herein named be insufficient to meet the entire expen- ses lawfully incurred under this act. and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging to the (¿eneral Fund not otherwise appropriated for each of said neighborhoods. Be it further enacted.

provide in like manner for any other localities should the disease make its appearance. Approved December l. Wm. Challes Hunter. approved . J. 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iz: James Horn. W. Horn. Principal Chief. AN ACT to prevent depredations upon the property in timber.~>. Be it enacted by the National Council. Louisa Horn. Rebecca Horn. B U S H Y H E A D . and to pay them the per capita or relief money allowed them by the committee on claims. Aaron Bryant. John Horn. Horn. BUSH Y H E A D . That the committee of citi- zens shall each receive three dollars per diem while in actual service. the same list of 1874. Mary Horn. and he is hereby authorized to have placed upon the census rolls the names of the ing' named persons inadvertently left follow- off. Rebecca Wilson. AN ACT authorizing the Principal Chief to place cer. 1882. 1). That the Principal Chief be. common That the provisions of the act of the National Council in regard to walnut logs neized by Executive authority. 1882. Be it further enacted. tain persons on the Census Rolls. Anna Oonat. (leo. 1).82 ACT PREVENTING DEPREDATIONS VPON TIMBER. Approved November 29. Jeremiah Horn. Be it enacted by the National Council. L. Argonia Horn. William Narcorny. W. Principal Chief. Bryant.

July 7th. and now held by the Sheriff. BUSHYHEA1).VCT P H O U D l N í i FOK A COMMISSION. 1881. or joint commisfion for the investigation or settlement thereof as provide'd by such treaty. Be it enacted Principal Chief by the National Council. under said law. either and before the passage of now in the possession of* Sheriff or that may come and be in the possession of any of the sheriffs of this Nation. W. 1881. 1881. December Iti. AN A C T providing for the appointment of a Commis- sion in pursuance of treaty. and he is That the hereby authorized to appoint airy suitable and competent person in his judgment to act as commissioner for the Nation in any matter of examination or investigation which may arise under t r e a t y with the United States and shall require. under Executive Order of J u l y 7th. . Approved December lf>. a n d also in regard to all walnut or o t h e r timber cut said law or thereafter. under and by effect and operation of the said Executive Order of . on Grand River since the sale by the Sheriff of said District. Principal Chief. to sit. be and 83 the same is hereby contin- ued and made in full force and effect in regard to the walnut logs cut in Tahlequah District. the deliberate. and the Government proper department or authority of of the United States. under instructions of the Principal Chief. D. be. the appointment of a requires. 188Ü. And the commissioners so appointed shall be authorized.

C . That the before-mentioned R. Ross be. M. appointed under the act ap- proved December . Approved December 1. Be it further enacted.84 INSTRUCTING AN» EMPOWERING DELEGATION. Be it enacted by the National Council.">. decide and report. Wolfe. C . M. approved Dec.1. and they are hereby empowered and instructed to proceed . I t r s H Y I I K A l ) . 1). ISSii. 1). 1S82. 1). Whereas. W. AN ACT instructing and empowering the Delegation to Washington. with a like commissioner to he appointed b. under which a delegation of two persons has been appointed consisting of the following named persons: R. That the compensation of said commissioner of this Nation shall be five dollars for every day of actual service inclusive of all personal expenses: and the Principal Chief shall be authorized to draw a preferred warrant accordingly upon the joint certificate of the members of the commission of the time served after the labors of the commission shall have been concluded. Wolfe and R. B. LS<SL>. the National Council has passed an act entitled "an a c t " providing for a delegation at Washington. Principal Chief. Ross. B. and R. 5. in accordance with such treaty and instructions. to represent the Cherokee Nation befcre the Government of the United States upon such subjects ifnd with such powers as may be conferred by law: therefore.\ the said Government.

1). or any Indian Nation as guaranteed by the measure or act that would throw the Cherokee Nation open to or expose it to white settlement. until such change shall have been asked for by lier council. 85 without any unnecessary delay before the Government of the United States at the City of Washington. and they are further instructed to aid the other Nations and smaller tribes in resisting encroach- ments among them. as the treaties between her and the United States direct. to maintain the integrity of the Cherokee Nation and . Nations and They are resist all encroachments ernment of the Cherokee further tribes of instructed to on the jurisdiction or Nation and on all Govproper departments or courts wher-e such questions may come. and in thus introducing disturbing elements among them. and they are further instructed to resist all a t t e m p t s by bill in Congress to allot lands in severalty. Nation rights or or its people.I N S T R U C T I N G AND E M l ' O W E K l X d PKLKUATION. C . thus destroying the security and hindering the progress of the the Indian Territory. or make any change in the interests of the Cherokee condition. to represent the Cherokee Nation and people before said Government and to discharge their duties of delegates aforesaid : The said delegation are test against and to hereby instructed to pro- oppose by all lawful means passage through the Congress the of the United States of any bills or measures for the establishment of a territorial government measures that ment the of for would the Territory or any weaken or destroy the Govern- Cherokee treaties .

or to any attempt to divide the Indian Territory into several the jmisdiction parts. attaching each to of separate states or extending laws or authorities of the people of adjacent the States over any portion of the same—and if a court bill is to be enacted. appeal to the United States to violate her treaties. The) shall further resist all attempts of am of her citizens. to the end that it may be enabled to maintain law. to that Be it further lierebj enacted. to aid the measure as amended and reported from the Senate Committee of the . and the safety and existence of the Cherokee people. or those claiming to be sneli and under their jurisdiction. t. The\ are further the instructed to se- cure if possible at the earliest possible day the removal of all intruders.s treaty ÜKLE(Í\TIÜN. between the are of for Cnited States and the Cherokee Nation.nd. consistent with the treat\- rights and powers of the Cherokee Government and her constitutional authority under them. and order. end. in preference to all other measures proposed.and unauthorized persons from the limits of the Cherokee Nation and to make any just and honorable arrangements. save the court agreed to and provided by the treaty of 18(56.8(5 INSTRUCTING V N D EMPO\VKRl>"<. or to any increase of the jurisdiction of such court. to urge the passage of such measure—only as consistent with our treaties. who instead of resting their lights and securing their remedies under the constitution and laws of their own country. its just power» as «ranted b. That said delegation instructed to protest against the creation any court. and override the proper authority'of Cherokee Nation.

D E L E G A T I O N . and they are S7 furthei instructed to call the attention of the Government of the United States to the encroachment the United States Court at and abuses of Fort Smith. to the unnec- essary harrassinent of our people b. and t o cite the proper officers of the United States to the constant and wholesale depredations being committed on timber. by Senator Vest. That the said delegation are hereby instructed to secure if practicable the sage of t h e bill pending in Congress to timber on Indian lands from being pas- protect the stolen by depreda- tors. Be it further enacted.INSTRUCTING United States AND EMPOWERING. are further instructed to secure if possible to adopt and they by law or otherwise the discontinuance of t h e introduction of or sale of any and all intoxicating liquors at military post» . and to its assumption of jurisdiction over our adopted citizens in violation of the plain letter of the treaties between t h e United States and t h e Cherokee Nation.\ its officials. and that they are competent to maintain it if not interfered with by individuáis or officers who assume judicial functions not authorized by laws of the United States and in violation of her treaties with our people. coal. thereby causing great confusion and hindering the administration of law in our country which is with the courts and proper officers of the Cherokee Xation. and other property of the people' by citizens of the United States. and to insist on the rigid enforcement of all legal remedies against all such offenders' and to urge the Commissioner of Indian Affairs t o instruct the United vigilant efforts to prevent States Agent it in the future.

and to secure if possible the absolute prohibition of all intoxicating liquors of whatever name from the Indian Territory save so far as is absolutely necessary for medical purposes. fine for invasion of the Indian country to the end that the intercourse laws may be maintained. and to defend for all who file their witten request with the proper department of the (îoverninent of United States. in any just claim they ma. Be it further enacted. or law. may not continue to be the means of demoralizing: and injuring' our people.S —and to aid and assist all of said persons claim and hie their prayer and petition who shall to he repre- sented by the delegation or authorities of the Cherokee Nation rather than any other attorneys. all their rights under treaties. Thej aid and to assist the '-Old are further maintain instructed. and they are further instructed to secure the passage of the bill pending in Congress to add or substitute imprisonment. necessarily in the Indian country un- der the provisions of our treaties. . also they shall render all assistance in their power to citizens of the Nation. That the said delegation are further instructed to assist all persons in Xorth Carolina.KX lNSTRVCTTNG \Nt> K M P O W E K I X W DELEGATION. appropriated and set apart for them under the act of Congress of July 184. so that the white men. and to their just interests. of Cherokee blood. to or for. to secure their removal and portion of susisteuce money. and.\ have against the Government. or the seats of agencies or railroad stations. to Settler Cherokees'* in the prosecution of their claims for what may be due them under treaty stipulations.

SS2. 1. and protest against the right of any officer of the United States Coverninent t o dispose of any of the funds or common property of the Cherokee Nation. They shall maintain the property rights placed under the jurisdiction of the and Cherokee Nation for her people. . They shall maintain the property of the Nation integrity of the and resist common all attempts by whomsoever made to scatter and divide such common property and destroy the Cherokee institutions Nation under whose disposition it solemn treaty obligation.treaties or the States. lie it further enacted. by forinei. 89 jeopardize their other du- That delegation ties.lNSTRVCTING so as not to AND E M P O W E K I N G neglect or DELEGATION. and that no fund be involved or disposed of in am measure save as trea- ty directs. and all Cherokee They shall Nation claims of either of against the I'nited resist all intraetions of the rights and powers of t h " Cherokee Nation as guaranteed to her by treaty. appointed by the Secretary of the Interior under the provisions of a section of the Sundry Civil Appropria- tion which Bill approved August 7th. b\ Secretary is to investigate and report what an equitable settlement of all matters the would be glowing out of treaty stipulations betwen the different interests recognized these. and has been placed by Thej shall maintain the dis- position of funds made by treaty. the said are hereby instructed and empowered to take all necessary s t e p s to represent the interests of the Cherokee Nation before the Commission in Washington.

furnished to the Government of the United States and unpaid for. It shall be their duty to take supervision of . bounty pay and pensions. see that when They are further instructed to payments shall be made that steps should be taken to have them paid to the proper parties. They shall ask of the Sec- retary a continuance of time to hear such or national claims against the United individual States which they be unable to present this winter. They are further instructed and empowered to present all the legitimate claims of the Ch< rokee against the Tinted States for all unsettled nation accounts and for any balance that may be due on the correction of any improper charges. and all other lawful claims. taken. They shall resist the claim of any attorney to represent or take charge of any individual right. removal and subsistence. reservations. claim or accouut. They shall tile and defend all claims forwarded to them and certified by the Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation whether for amounts properly due under former treaty. They should object to all assumptions of numbers of any parties. or equipments.!M> I N S T R U Í " i l NU AND E M P O W E R I N G DELEGATION. arrearages due soldiers who served the Government of the United States in the Indian Regiments. used. save so far as he can show the right to act for such individuals. in violation of her treaties. arinj supplies. or for horses. for any person or persons whatsoever or whensoever. spoliations. or other property required. per capita. save as fixed by treaty. arrears. damages done for want of protection pledged by treaties.

That the United States in disregard of the provisions of the treaty of 186(i. a representative of the Cherokee Nation shall be present to t h e m . Cherokee shall insist. They made. t h e said delegation are hereby i n s t r u c t e d and empowered to agree to and receive for said lands upon which friendly Indians . that rolls of any and all parties af- fected. Ponças. That the said delegation are empowered and i n s t r u c t e d to dispose of if cable a n d without delay and treaty the lands practi- under the provisions belonging to the of Cherokee Nation in Alabama and Arkansas and to dispose of as rapidly as possible the remainder of the ' " S t r i p " Lands in Kan- sas according to the present provisions of law. to-wit : The Pawnees. a n d that the parties shall t r a c e their lineage to the old rolls and that in making any roll of persons claiming Cherokee blood. ha^e located certain tribes of Indians. Nez P e r c e s . make and if it shall contracts so as to be secure necessary assistance to make collections or secure payments of any moneys due the Cherokee Nation.I N S T R U C T I N G AND E M P O W E R I N G all eases of citizens of t h e DELEGATION. Tndiah school on the best and most valuable portion of our lands west of 96* and as such locations are considered as unfair by us. Be it further enacted. He it further enacted. and the said delegation scrutinize a n d are further verify empowered and instructed to use all efforts to have the interests of the Cherokee Nation before said Commission properly maintained necessary and they shall defended. Missourias and an. before any payments are shall be carefully prepared 91 Nation. Otoes.

1). . Principal Chief. 1882. in The interest of the Cherokee Nation. That the following sums are hereby appropriated on account of said delegation: 1st. W. represent and defend her.25 per acre.00 for printing. have already been located at will be a fair and equitable price for such lands and not less than $1. They shall zealously de- fend and guard all lier rights under law and treaty and in all matters pending or that may arise. That the said delegation are further instructed and empowered to meet and. to defend all cases that may arise against lier. 2nd. 1883. Approved December 15. That on the payment of siicli sum as agreed upon by the said delegation and the Ciiited States to the Treasury of the Cherokee Nation as other moneys are paid—the said delegation shall in the name of the Cherokee Nation deed of conveyance or relinquishment execute a of such tracts to the Fnited States in trust for the benefit of the Indians occupying and located upon said lands.»2 1NSTRUTCING AND KMPOW'KBINtí DELEGATION. Be it further enacted.000. The sum of #4.00 or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the per di'm allowance and necessary expenses of said delegation while necessarily absent on their duties. The sum of £500. He it further enacted. advertising and contingent expenses incurred—and they shall make a report of all their proceedings to the regular session of the National Council of the Cherokee Nation. B r S H Y H K A l ) . Be it futher enacted.

ACT P R O V I D I N G F O R VACCINATION. A m e n d m e n t concurred in December 9. B U S H Y H E A D . 1. RESCINDING Joint Resolution 9o No. " s i n e die. at 10 o'clock a. A p p r o v e d N o v e m b e r 29. Be it enacted by t h e National Council. etc. A N A C T to p r o \ i d e for vaccination against t h e small- pox.">. M. 1882. D. in reference to the printing of bills. W. without delay the . B U S H Y H E A D . be. 1. 1882. Concurred in by the amendment: Extend the Senate time with the following of adjournment until 5 o'clock P. 1882. . JOINT RESOLVTION NO. 1882.. branches of the National That both Council adjourn Saturday Dec. m. 9th. That J o i n t Resolution No. authorizing the translating and printing of bills. D e c .'' Decem- ber 6th. etc. 9. Principal Chief. introduced in the National Council and a d o p t e d at the present same is hereby repealed. session. Be it resolved by the Senate and Council. Approved: D. 188*2. 1882. and the N o v e m b e r 28. Principal Chief is hereby authorized to That the appoint a Board on vaccination against small-pox who are authorized and empowered to adopt such means as they may deem expedient a n d complete. Principal Chief. Be it enacted by t h e National Council. W.

1882. Be it further enacted. on the certificate of the Board. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw warrants in favor of said physicians. W. whenever the duties assigned to them shall be completed to their satisfaction. one or more phj Ricians in the several districts of the Nation and to furnish them with vacine virus as may be required. properly verified.—to prevent the introduction and spread of the small-yox. AM ACT authorizing the lease of the Cherokee Outlet west of the 100th meridian. and all physicians so employed shall furnish the Board fall lists of the names and numbers of persons. Whereas.!»4 LKASK O F T H E CHKROKKK OUTLET. partially effected under the action of the Executive Council of the Kith February 1AH2. BUSHYHEAD. All* that portion of the country lying and being situated between the 100th and 103rd of . 1). vaccinated by them.to the General Fund not otherwise appropriated. vaccination of the Cherokee people. Uth. Approved. Principal Chief. Dec. and the sum of four hundred dollars for the purchase of vacine virus in cones and the further sum of nine thousand dollars or so'much thereof as may be necessary to the expenses of vaccination be and is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury belonging. and to the accomplishment of this end they may employ to assist in their duty. That the Board and their assistants shall be allowed a compensation for their services of fifty cents for each individual so vaccinated and certified to.

from which we derive no revenue. be. " although changed settlements its no act character — and are authorized may be danger the end that our of of its rights there- invasion— therein be not invaded. the country herein described should be utilized as a source of income and profit. and Whereas. there therefore. it i s ' n o w marked on maps Congress although as or " Public treaty no legal on by law. That the so on terms that will properly r e m u n e r a t e the Cherokee Nation. 1)3 west longitude. and Whereas. and which said lands being now to us an unproductive portion of our coun- try. That.1. That said lease shall not be e x e c u t e d for a longer period than twenty years and for grazing purposes o n l \ . Be it enacted b \ the National Principal Chief (if he can do Comic.EVKE OF THK f'HBROKKK CUTLET. although marked in the old maps as 1 " C h e r o k e e Outlet ' some years ago. Be it further enacted.I. in ease t h e land be leased and the lease meets the approval of the Secretary of Interior. and which said lands being those guaranteed to the Cherokee Nation as a perpetual outlet west. t o L a n d s . and he is hereby authorized a n d directed to lease. the country herein before described lying between the 100° and 103" west longitude and between the south line of Kansas a n d Colorado and t h e n o r t h line of t h e State or Pan Handle of Texas. and between the south line of Kaunas and Colorado and t h e Pan Handle of Texas. subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior. then .

by authority That the lease under and of this act shall be done in triplicate— one to be on file in the office of the Secretary of 'Interior in the City of Washington. with such authority. to be renewed every ti\e years. C . A. Be it further enacted. B C S H Y H E A l ) . in favor of Hon. the lease shall be forfeited by declaration of the Principal Chief with the approval of the Secretary of the Interior. and one to be held b\ the lessee or lessees. Be it enacted by the National Council. under such instructions as shall be passed by the National Council for his guidance. Phillips. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to draw war- rants on the General Fund. the funds derived therefrom shall be divided equally between the School and Orphan Fund. for the period of one year.iHi SPECIAL AGENT FOR THE CHEROKEE NATION. 1). A. W. \V. Principal Chief. as the work progresses. and he is hereby authorized to continue the services of Hon. Approved. That the Principal Chief be. Amended by striking out -'the compensation here- . one on file in the Executive Office of this Nation. provided. That in case of non-per- formalice of one and all conditions of the lease. that a bond of #20. I). Phillips as agent before the Government of the Cnited special States at Washington. W. at the same rate of compensation as heretofore paid him.000 be required for the fathful performance of the conditions of the lease. Be it further enacted.

1870. certain towns. and W h e r e a s . Principal Chief be. and Rossville.00) dollars. authorize laying out towns upon t h e by an act ap- the sur\ eying and line of railroads passing through t h e Cherokee Nation under treaty of LSoii.000. and he is hereby That the authorized and required to appoint three commissioners. 14th. to-wit : Dowuingville and Chouteau. B l ' S H Y H E x U ) . A N A C T in relation to towns on the line of passing through t h e Cherokee railroads Nation—Tahlequah and Fort Gibson included.ACT K E L A T I N G TO TOWNS. on the Missouri. whose duties shall lie in addition to those already required by the act of the National Council of Dec. therefore. A p p r o v e d December 4. 188L\ D. and Whereas. Be it enacted by the National Council. the records in whole or in part of said sales are lost.id acts lots for which final and full payment made in consequence of the have not Joss of said been records. on the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. so sold with 7 . the National Council did proved Dec. Whereas. 14th. and there has been sold under sr. 97 tofo re p a i d " and insert four thousand (. were surveyed and laid out and lots in the same were sold under the provisions of said act. \V. Kansas & Texas Railroad. 1870.¥4. Principal Chief. to collect and report to the Principal Chief all sales of lots made in said towns t o g e t h e r with the amount or amounts of payments made upon each lot.

date of sale. That the said commissioners. the number and location of such lots. eitiz. and such certificates of purchase shall be void .ATTN'G TO T O W N S . before the expiration of the said six months. and to sell lots in the same. 1S70. and the name of the purchaser. all such reports. and to sur- vey and lay out such other towns as they may deem necessary. 14th. " Register of sales of town lots in the Cherokee Nation"—in Avhich Reg ster. and pinount due.!»S ACT KEI. such lots shall revert back to the Cherokee Nation. That all reports . and . shall make final and full payment. provided. together with the names of the original purchasers. shall be recorded. t::e name of the town K which situated. the number of lot. amount sold for. Be it further enacted. in a book to be styled and called. the names of the towns in which they are located and date of sale of the same. amount paid. together with the size of the lot.pon all sales of lots. for at least si\t. otherwise. under said act of Dec. the name of the person purchasing' the same. and the Principal Chief is hereby directed to record in a book. and further. to be kept in the Execut ve Office.ns holding original certificates of purchase. the namber of the block. and surveys of towns and sales of lots in the same shall be reported to the Principal Chief: Provided. herein provided for. within the six months from the passage of this act. upon which partial payments have been made. shall publish in the Cherokee Advocate.\ days. That said commissioners shall have the authority to sell additional lots in said towns. according to the showing of such -ertificates of purchase.

to employ the power and authority. ISWi. and of the law authorizing the same. any citizen who jured InTsuch may consider himself aggrieved or inaction of the Principal Chief. thereof. it* each year. And all laws or parts of laws conflicting with t h i s act. shall have t h e right to appeal to i lie proper courts for remedy according. Be it further enacted. shall be located apr.oFC. provided. contrary to the objects. or any one of them. above provided. undet- treaty of ISfifi. to the law for such cases provided.of constructed purposes at by a no citizen on lands stations of said auy set under the Nation. herein day provided of for January. That shall receive a compensation said commissioners of four dollars for each day actually served in performance of the duties herein provided authorized said for. are hereby repealed.ACT R E L A T I N G TO TOWNS. shall and be the made first 99 on day the of first July. to lemove any and all obstructions R(> reported by said commissioners. and and the Principal directed. or That buildings. Be it further enacted.rt for " r a i l r o a d " treaty of L. were defeated or obstructed by the intrusion of citizens upon and within the limits of sucli surveys. the Chief is hereby- report to him by that the objects and purposes of the law authorizing t h e survey of towns on the lines of* railroads passing through the Cherokee Nation. vested by the Constitution i» the Executive Department. upon commissioners. kind. done in compliance with ttie recommendations of t h e commissioners. or .

« r S H Y H E A H . That all laws and parts of laws conflicting with this act are hereby repealed. 1).(iOO additional copies of the Compiled Laws. dr. Cliapt. u 1. C. W. -^m ¡soJcflfl' Auditor of Accounts. 12. That the Principal Chief be. 7 of the Compiled Laws. the . 400 00 Sheriffs " " HOO 00 // High Sheriff. 400 00 Be it further enacted. . Be it enacted by the National Council. Laws be so salaries of the following officers from find after their present term of office. . . Principal Chief. \V. Boudinot. 1882.'500 00 District Judges each. . *2. only for railroad pur- poses. .. Art. . Chapt.000 00 Circuit Judge. Approved December 1. . D. and he is hereby authorized empowered to purchase from and E. Southern Circuit. 1882. to-wit : Principal Chief. .1. . Tinted States citizens. líe it enacted by the National Council. . . r>00 00 Circuit Judge. Principal Chief. Norther» & Middle Circuit.000 (Mi Assistant. A N ACT to amend Bec. . A N ACT authorizing the purchase of. 400 00 Solicitors of Districts each. 'M. Approved December .100 by ACT -RELATING TO COMPILED LAWS. 12. Art. BTSHYHHAI). (¡00 wF/ $Ü Clerk of Supreme Court. . 37. 7 of the Compiled amended as to increase the That Sec.

AN A C T pro\iding for a Delegation to Washington. 1882. Be it further enacted.. 1). Boudinot. Be it enacted by the National Council. Principal Chief. be. That t h e r e be appropriated in t h e manner provided by ¡See. 1882. Approved December 5. and he is hereby authorized to draw a preferred warrant in favor of said K. A p p r o v e d December 5. W. Jr. t h e Government of the United I). That the Principal Chief. 'A. B C S H Y I I E A D .ACT P R O V I D I N G FOK A D E L E G A T I O N . \V. . J). Principal Chief. on receipt of said Compiled Laws. C. B U S H Y U E A D . of t h e Constitution a delegation to Washington to consist of two persons to represent the Cherokee Nation before Washington. •>. 1). C. during t h e ensuing States at session of Congress with such power and upon such subjects a s may be hereafter conferred by law. Art. at t h e same price per \olume as paid for those that have been distributed. C . 101 600 copies of the Compiled Laws of the Cheiokee Nation now in t h e said -Boudinot's possession.

under the name and style of M. & A. to trade in drugs. Green. and Thomas French and William L.. Acts Making Appropriations. Schrimsher under the name and style of J. Frazee and Susan F. AN ACT granting* License to trade in the Cherokee Nation. Schrimsher. Frazee & Co. 4. V. Raymon under the style and naine of A. in the town of Downingville. Frazee. fi. Act1. Green. ". ENACTED DURING THE RE&ULAR AND SPECIAL SESSIONS OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL IN THE YEAR 1883. A W S O F TMK CHEROKEE NATTOX. Raymon and Amanda J.T. and John G.> Act. and M. Be it enacted That George by the W. Raymon and Mary E. PENAL LAWS. under National Council. Nash. un- .. Cooweescoowee District . Special and Miscellaneous Aits. the style of George \V. to trade in general merchandise at Ketusa. — o 1. G. Raymon & Co. are hereby licened to trade in general merchandise and hardware .. C. Cooweescoowee District. 1. SEC. Penal L a w .Admittum to (Jiti/ensliip. •>.A u t n o r i / i n g To T r a d e .

'i der the name and style of Nash & French. lO. W. at Carey's Ferry. Downing. at general the name and style of Cap Lynch's Prairie. W Bruton and Willis Bruton to trade in the name and style tonwood City in general merchandise. and II. merchandise. T u r n e r : and Xarcissa Thompson to trade in general merchandise. Sanders to trade in general merchandise. at under Lynch's Prairie. and Cap H i c k s . and William H. Saline District. Miller and Isaac Xeidiffer. Canadian District. Illinois District : and William Hendrix. at Se- quoyah City. to trade in general merchandise. Shepard to t r a d e in general and style of William P. of C. to trade in merchandise. under the name and style of Vann & McDaniel at W e b b e r ' s Falls. and the name and style James of J a m e s Downing. under Hicks. to trade in general merchandise. under t h e style and name of \V. Saline District. F. F. merchandise at Guilders' District. and William P . Canadian . Gibson. Duncan to trade in general merchandise. McDaniel to trade in general merchandise. under the name and style of Narcissa Thompson at Tahlequah . Vami and C. and W. under the name Shepard at Webber's Falls. Delaware District. and J o h n C. to t r a d e in general merchandise at Menard. Duncan. under the style and name of J o h n C. to trade in general merchandise at Ft. Sanders. and C. at the" Buftington Stand in Illinois District. H. at Sequoyah Turner to trade in general Station. and J o h n F. Sequoyah under Cot- District. Tahlequah District . under the style a n d name of Neidift'er & Miller. under the name and style of William H. J.L I C E N S E TO TRADE. Bruton & Son.ACT GRANTING. Sequoyah D i s t r i c t .

2. ('. and Stephen A. under the name and style of Stephen Bluejackett .104 ACT G R A N T I N G District: and John LICTCNKE TO TR VDK. A. Sequoyah District. within ten (hi\ s after this act take effect. De it further enacted. and all cost of the suit: and in default of payment of any or all the fines . II. failing to come forward and pay. K. under the name and ]\Iavfteld at style of John K. and to trade in general mer- chandise. and any person or persons licensed to trade under the laws of the Cherokee Nation and in arrears for taxe-< due under said laws. Lewis at Graysville. Webber's Falls. SKC. Going Snake District. Cooweescoowce District to trade in general merchandise.. wares or merchandise the shall the entire offered for sale. Alexander at Camp ("reek. Mayfield to trade in n erehandise. under the name and style of Freeman & Israel at Oaks. That all persons trading under license from tlie Cherokee Nation in arrears and owing taxes to the Treasure]' of the Cherokee Nation of any kind Cherokee Nation are hereby under the laws of required to make settle- ment of the same. shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction of the same in the Circuit Court of the District wherein such person or persons shall do business shall be fined in a sum double the amount of the taxes due for the benefit of the general fund and twenty-five dollars to be pi id to the Solicitor prosecuting the case. and G. upon a sworn statement of amount of goods. also J. Canadian William Israel and Freeman general District. Blue- jaekett to trade in general merchandise at Vinita. as above provided. X.

and the Treasurer is hereby directed to furnish The clerks and the several districts wheiein solicitors of such business is being' done or has been carried on with a list of all persons. That from and after the beginning of the third quarter of 188. and any officer failing in the duties herein imposed shall be office. and it shall be the duty of the Sheriff. who are in a r r e a r s for taxes under the laws of the Cherokee Xation. and the clerk upon receipt of the same shall issue a warrant for any such person or persons charging them with a misdemeanor herein provided for under the seal of his office within t h r e e days after the said report of the Treasurer. and the records of summarily the clerk's dismissed office and Treasurer's office. it . and to hold the same for trial by the court having jurisdiction.V<T «HANTIN'il LK'KXSK TO T R A D E . ed that the Principal from provid- report his action to the National Council at its next meeting. sliall he 105 imprisoned in the Prison for not less than t h r e e months at National the discre- tion of the court trying' the case. so informed.'i and '84. traders under the laws of the Cherokee Xation. SKC. on or before the first day of March. of his official act so the done.\ s after the issuance of said warrant. shall be deemed good and Chief sliall the sufficient evidence for t h e Principal Chief to so dismiss. Be it further enacted. 3. 1SJS4. he shall the Sheriff of the District place them in the hands of wherein under Lis seal of office notify the time before he (is) clerk and- Solicitor within provided. to proceed without delay and arrest any person or persons so charged. herein imposed. and within ten da.

it shall be the duty of the Treasurer to publish in the Cherokee Advocate a list of all persons who are in arrears to the Cherokee Nation. and arrest said person and hold the same for trial before the Circuit Court of the District wherein the offense is committed. intended for sale. That from and af- ter the beginning. 4. and which in a conspicuous receipt shall be kept place by the person receiving the same. under license from the same. shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. and the Sheriff of the District wherein such person shall be found. shall be the dut} of every person trading in the Cherokee Nation. or doing business of any kind under the authority of the laws of the Cherokee Nation in any one quarter of the fiscal \ear.of the third quarter of 1S83 and '84. wares. and conviction. .1(H) ACT U K A N T I N í i L I C E N S E TO TRADE. and on any account. in his house or place of business. and any person found trading in goods. and which arrears are returnable to the Treasurer. or merchandise. Be it further enacted. without a full receipt from the for all taxes due for the proceeding Treasurer quarter of the fiscal \ear so exposed. shall close up said business and take possession of the same. the person ed in the sum of so offending. to file in the clerk's office of the District wherein he is trading a «worn statement of all goods. twenty-five shall dollars and upon be fin- cost of the suit. SEC. wares. and at the same time Ale in the Treasurer's office a like statement together with the entire amount of tax due on the same for which the Treasurer shall give a ^receipt. or merchandise.

Be it enacted by the National Council. That the Principal Chief shall cause his proclamation to be issued notifying. buy property or commence .5. that such determine cases shall be questions opened of and de- termined according to the facts and law. A N A C T in relation to Citizenship. that Beard and Hicks to trade in general merchandise under t h e firm and name of lîeard & Hicks at Claremore Station.all claimants for citizenship whose claims went by default for n o n a p p e a r a n c e before known a s t h e Chambers the Court. build houses. that they shall court with'n ninety days from the date thereof present their claims before t h e court c r e a t e d to citizenship.S. It shall not be lawful for such applicants to ex- ercise any of the rights of citizenship until such claims are determined. shall be required immediately to file before t h e proper tribunals his claim and on hearing shall furnish the necessary evidence according to law.ACT IN R E L A T I O N TO C I T I Z E N S H I P . \Y. « r S I I Y H E A D . I). Be it further enacted. 188. H e . Auj person arriving in the Cherokee Nation and claiming citizenship. Principal Chief. Cooweescoowee Dis- trict. she or they shall not attempt to «•nt timber. 107 And all laws or parts of laws conflicting with this act a r e hereby repealed. by right of blood or otherwise. Concurred in with the license be granted to following amendment. I\ A p p r o v e d December . C.

Approved December 8. That when the cases pro- vided for in the first section of this act are filed. shall be entitled To one-half of such fine. 1S83. etc. Be it further enacted. who shall thereupon notify the Principal United States: Agent. so that the Agent or any person representing the United may be present during the pendency of such States case cu- cases. the clerk shall send a statement thereof to the Chief. or imprisonment for not less than ten nor more than ninety days with hard laboi'. W. Principal Chief. Be it enacted by the Principal National Chief Council. or do any other business before he shall be adjudged to be a citizen. AN ACT authorizing the suit.IOS ACT AUTHORIZING THE PRINCIPAL CHIKK. to biiu«r That it shall be the duty of the Principal Chief upon the tail- . and have jurisdiction thereof. and the sheriffs or other officers proceeding against such parties. and any person so offending shall be punished by fine of not less than ten nor more than one hundred dollars. BIJSHYIIEAD. and Commissioner. or both fine and imprisonment. or the Secretary of the Interior. to so aid him in doing either of these things. nor shall it be lawful for any citizen of the Cherokee Nation. and the proper trmunals shall take cognizance of such offenses. that such cases will be pending. D. merchandising. after the costs of such case have been deducted therefrom.

P>e it further enacted. . which warrant shall have t h e same force and effect as an execution issued upon a j u d g m e n t . Principal Chief. W. ascertained shall be issued by t h e Clerk of Tahlequau as cause to District a dis- t r e s s warrant against such defaulter and his bondsman. and said distress warrant shall shall be delivered to the proper Sheriff proceed to levy who upon the property of said de- faulting ofticer and his bondsman—the same to safely keep. 1883. and in all such which suits the Principal Chief is authorized to employ counsel. D. Approved December 14.ACT AITTHORlZING T H E PRINCIPAL CHIHK 109 ure of any officer. to enter suit upon" such boiwl in the name of the Cherokee Nation. of any description. in the Su- manner and form p r e s c r i b e d for other civil suits at law. ed for shall be All suits. as lie may deem necessary. in the preme Court in special term. or person who has failed to comply with the conditions of any bond whatever. or fail to collect any fund or t a \ . for the fund collected or any part thereof. awaiting the order or judgment of the court having jurisdiction in such cases. as herein provid- commenced in the District in the National Capital is situated. the soon as such deficiency is Principal Chief. count according' to shall fail to ac- law. That when any collector of t h e public funds. that b \ law he is required to collect. P>e it further enacted. given foi any purpose whatsoever for the use and benefit in any shape or form of the Nation. B U S H Y H E A D .

so injured of nor more dam-' either in the law.VriOX TO AN A I T in relation to stock grazing in the Cherokee STOCK. passing through.C. KKC. to pay any or all of the fine and damages herein provided for. in the Circuit Court of the District wherein the offense is committed.'*. Be it enacted by the National Council. That " A n act amending an act in relation to drovers t a \ found on page 240 Compiled Laws. That any citizen of this Nation who may violate the provisions of the foregoing section." be. be fined in any sum not less than one hundred than one thousand together with all ages to person upon citizens or failure dollars who property may be by violation of the person. . and for other purposes. That it shall be unlawful for any person to introduce or drive into the Cherokee Nation cattle of any kind at any time be- tween the first day of April and the first of November of each year: provided. and convicted.UT 11(1 IN KKT. and that from and after the passage of this act it shall not be lawful for any per- son not a citizen of the Cherokee Nation to graze or hold stock of any kind upon the public domain. and Nation. SEC. nor more than two . Be it further enacted. for a term not less than six months. SK. he shall be imprisoned in the National Prison. shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction of the same. and the same is hereby repealed. 1. Be it further enacted. that this act shall not be construed as prohibiting the transportation of cattle over the different railroads therein. 2.

and said Sheriff is h e r e b y directed to advertise and sell the after t w e n t y days' notice in the Cherokee or Indian Chieftain. S E C . wherein a citizen of this Nation That in all cases may violate the pro- visions of t h e second section of this law. for his services and so much will be sufficient to pay all cost of herding more as and hold- ing the same. Be it further enacted. at the discretion of the Ill court trying the same. Advocate. That if any person. 6- Be it further enacted. not a citizen of the Cherokee Nation.ACT IN KKLATIOX TO STOCK. are hereby declared to be strays. S E C . in the same manner a s other stray property. and the sheriffs of the several districts are hereby directed to advertise and sell the s i m e . after deducting ten per cent. and bearing unregistered marks or brands and all cj. the citizens of the neighborhood into which cattle contrary to this act.1. 4. shall be required to register his mark or marks and brand or b r a n d s in the clerk's office of the District wherein his cattle are held. S E C . same. . shall violate the provisions of this act it shall be the duty of the Sheriff of the "DiPtrict wherein the offense may be committed . Be it further enacted. are hereby may be driven authorized to such cattle and deliver the same to the seize Sheriff of the District wherein the cattle were seized. newspaper. and to turn over the proceeds of said sale to the Treasurer. years.ttle running at large upon the public domain. That every citizen owning and holding fifty or more cattle in the Cherokee Nation.

Sue. and such amount so assessed shall final as to the damage sustained when judgment be may be given thereupon according to law before any court having cognizance of the amount assessed as herein provided. 9. <S. Compiled Laws. and any other citizen is damaged by such cattle breaking into a field.1J2 to ACT IN RELATION TO STOCK. Be it further enacted. SEC. arrest sueh person or persons so offending-—and seize said cattle and turn the same over to the United States Agent. shall be allowed to hold . any three respectable citizens of the District wherein unregistered cattle may he found shall re- port the same to the clerk of the District. or any other enclosure of such citizen. article . Be it further enacted. and should such Sheriff. after receiving such notice herein provided for. 7. That no zens residing in this Nation. chapter 4. who shall report the same within ten days under the seal of his office to the Sheriff' of the District whereof he is clerk. SEC.'53. the cattle doing the damage shall be held liable for such damages. it shall be the duty of the c k r k to report the same to the Principal Chief within twenty dajs. That in all cases where a citizen of the Cherokee Nation has cattle running. fail or refuse to act as herein provided.at huge upon the public domain. That in case any Sheriff fails or refuses to advertise and sell as herein provided. who shall thereupon suspend such Sheriff from office. by virtue of non-citia permit obtained according to law. which damages shall be assessed under section 78.

Article (¡th. 1 of the Compiled Laws. That any citizen. 10. Be it further enacted.\ time not less than six months nor more than one year at the discretion of the court trying the case. 87. S E C . for 113 family use. of the District be imprisoned wherein in the National cattle Jail Disare for an. in one of his own brands. laws or parts of laws conflicting That all with this act are hereby repealed. B C S H Y H K A D Principal C h i d AN A C T amending Section 87. all cattle that he may buy of o t h e r parties after the date that this act goes into effect. Nation. That Sec. Be it further heads of families of this calves enacted. 11. and he is hereby authorized to retain one-half of all such tines for his own use. before the trict Court such held.ACT AMENDING SECTION EIGHTY-SEVEN. shall read as follows: ed and The Solicitor of each District is authoriz- required to collect and dispense within Iris District according to law all tines arising from a violation of law. 1883. Be it enacted by the National Council. A p p r o v e d December <>. 1). That the District Clerks of S . W. Art ti. more than tive cows and S E C . Chapter one of the Compiled Laws. and shall be required to counter-brand. He it further enacted. found guilty That any of a violation of the person provisions of the above sections shall upon conviction. shall not be allowed to exceed t w o brands for himself and family. Chapt.

A p p r o v e d D e c e m b e r 14. Re it f u r t h e r e n a c t e d . A N A C T to a m e n d S e c t i o n s SI. T h a t all l a w s a n d p a r t s of laws in conflict with t h i s law a r e h e r e b y r e p e a l e d . a n d S(i of A r t i c l e I S . be within or p r o v i d e d that infringe upon The the same shall improvements not or le- gal b o u n d a r i e s or limits of any o t h e r eiti/. IS. lie it further ent. or in the p r e p a r a t i o n a n d sale of mineral or medicinal w a t e r s .: of -uch other. 'lb:''. by v i r t u e of his office as by law m a d e a n d p r o v i d e d . 80.cted. B U S H Y H E A D . or in t h e m a n u f a c t u r e of salt. C h a p t ."i. W.en or mining compan\ without The written cuir />. 12 of t h e r e a d as follows: Every bona Compiled tide That S e c . C h a p t e r 12 of t h e Compiled L a w s . or in t h e collection a n d refining. -ei-^on -¡. of ar'iclr . t h e number and name of t h e c o m p a n y .e r \ a t i o n on which lie proposes operating.1U the ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS SI.. District a n d section t h e r e o f in the which located. Laws citizen of shall t h e Na- tion. 18S3. of all m o n e y s c o l l e c t e d by each. several d i s t r i c t s shall be e n t i t l e d to fifteen per cent. who may wish to p r o s p e c t for a n d e n g a g e in t h e mining of t h e minerals or stone thereof. SI of A r t . Be it e n a c t e d by t h e National Council. s t a t i n g t h e mineral or s t o n e lie w i s h e s t o operate in. So AND St!. shall make application in writing to t h e T r e a s u r e r for that purpose. gold and silver e x c e p t e d . or p e t r o l e u m . a m i t h e metes and b o u n d s of The r e . 1). or in t h e shipment of s t o n e or rock of any kind.of coal oil. Principal Chief.

>rce at . and in the limits of the Nation. leases in <'. that the National Council may at any time chanye. ina. but every lessee who may elect to renew his lease and who shall have complied with the terms of his former lease. and t h e r e b y increase the revenue of the Nation. 8.1 AND 86. or with him or them for that purpose . have a license from 115 the National who shall Treasurer. or stone thereof. and the courts of the Chero k e e Nation shall have full and complete jurisdiction over all transactions growing out of the same. t o pros- pect for a n d engage in the mining of the minerals. if necessary t o raise sufficient capital to successfully work the same. or in the collection and refining of coal oil.\ do so by complying with the laws governing the s a m e : but no new lease shall be given or old lease renewed until the arrears to the Nation shall have been pa : d: provided.ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS HI. Compiled Laws. chapter 12 shall That section M5. other than citizens of this Nation. líe it further enacted. or in the shipment of stone or rock of any kind in the sale of the same beyond the Nation. shall have the right to associate any person persons. amend or repeal any or all of the conditions of leases so as not to affect the time of such change or repeal. or in the preparation and gale of mineral or medicinal water. or in t h e manufacture of salt. chapter 12. gold and silver excepted. shall read as follows: That any bona fide citizen of this Nation. read as follows: That no license shall be granted by the Treasurer for a longer period than ten years a t the option of t h e lessee. article 1*. IS. or petroleum.

For all coal oil. For all lead ore mined. Be it further enacted." Be it further enacted."> AND 8 0 . dated December "An <Sth. one dollar for each ton. mined and sold. of any kind. upon the sworn statement of the persons holding and working under said license. For all salt manufactured. and entitled act granting licenses to trade in the Cherokee Nation. a tax as follows : For all stone coal. operating or working mines of minerals or making salt or preparing medicinal or medical waters or refining coal oil or shipping stone or rock of any kind under license as above provided. ten cents. three cents for each ton shipped outside the Nation. gathered in barrels or tanks. 188. For all rock oi stone. That any persons. That nothing in this act shall operate to prevent any citizen of this Nation from obtaining coal at any mine or bank for his own use.'i. Concurred in by Council with the following amendment: That the preparation and sale of mineral or medical waters be excluded with gold and silver and . citizens of the Nation. two dollars for each one thousand pounds. And all tax on licenses herein provided for shall be paid in the same manner. ten cents for every ton. and persons from whom taxes are due shall be subject to the same conditions and penalties. shall pay into the national Treasurer quarterly. 8. for each barrel of forty gallons unreetitied.116 ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS 8 1 . as is provided in the act of the National Council.

one of which said plats shall be tiled in t h e Executive Office. town same witli durable after said re-survey shall t h e work. 1882. in Illinois District. and depth.~>.1882. That t h e Commissioners appointed by the Principal Chief under the authority of the act of the National Council in re- lation to towns. " and stone monuments.*' approved December ôth. together field-notes with the of said survey. the Com- cause to be made location. Tie it enacted by the National Council. and such survey shall b e t a k e n and deemed to be the only lawful survey of said town .ACT IN R E L A T I O N TO TOWNS. showing the National entitled of Keetoowah. W. and shall have missioners and town been made. 1). 1. 1883. 117 that all r e v e n u e derived from this source be added t o t h e school fund. and number of each lot. and the number in letter b y which t h e blocks are designated. B C S H Y H E A D . A p p r o v e d December l."5th. be and they are hereby required to survey the town of Kee- toowah or F o r t Gibson. Principal Chief. and one in the office of the Mayor of said town.H7. A N A C T amending an act of the National Council in relation to "Towns. duplicate plats of breadth. and in so doing the and said Commissioners re-establish the are diiected original survey of to follow said made under the authority of the act of the Council 18. and said Commissioners are hereby directed t o . and dated December 5th. " An dated act to mark the November lay off the .

the size.118 ACT IN RELATION TO TOWNS. one of which shall be tiled in . and to receive and receipt for all unpaid balances due upon sales of lots by authority of said act. showing the range of the streets. that persons. and upon the completion of each survey. 1857. holding certflcates of purchase under said act of Nov. upon which shall be cut street the exact centre of said street crossing. . register and record all deeds to lots in said town sold Tinder and by authority of said act of Nov.. citizens of the Cherokee Nation. to mark the lines of the same in a substantial and durable manner with stone monuments properly placed in the center of each crossing.">th. That the Commissioners herein referred to shall be required in all surveys of towns heretofore made. 5th. 18. that no deeds to lots or sales of the same made under said acts shall be registered or recognized if such deeds or sales conflict with any sale made un- der the authprity of the said act of Nov. 5th. 1857. 5th. 2. Be it further enacted. 1882. and said commissioners are required to register all deeds to lots given by virtue of sales made under the several acts of the National council subsequent to and after the said act of Nov. shall be subject to tne same conditions pleting payments upon such lots as is citizens holding like certificates of in com- imposed upon sale under authori- ty of the subsequent act of the National council dated Dec. they shall make duplicate plats of the same. r>th. together with the field notes of such surveys. and in the survey of towns hereafter to be laid off. pro\ided. provided. 18Ô7. and the number of the lots and blocks.~>7.

to remove said houses. t h e kind of business. owning. tail or by refuse to re- . within persons so notified as above provided. 1S(>6.ACT IN R E L A T I O N TO T O W N S . 1S<!(!. and if there he no Mayor of the town. thirty d a y s . erections. That the Commissioners herein leferred to are directed to file in the Executive Office a plat of the t o w n s laid off on the railroads passing' through the Cherokee Nation under the treaty of July 19th. 3. buildings or erections or business from and a f t e r ' t h e same. which plat shall show the reserxa- tion set apart for each road in said town in conformity with said t r e a t y of July 19th. houses. and if any such proclamation. 1KS4. 119 the Executive Office. and t h e otlier in the office of the Mayor of t h e town. Be it further enacted. and whet lier owned or claimed or occupied by citizens citizens of the Cherokee of the Nation. together with all houses or buildings or erections placed upon said reservations whether by citizens of tiie Nation or citizens of the Tinted States. W i t h said plat shall bt submit- ted a r e p o r t from the commissioners. if any. giving the names of the persons holding. United States or And said plat and report shall be tiled by the 10th day of J a n u a r y . claiming or renting said building's. owning or claiming houses. done in the same. upon tiling of which. it shall be kept in t h e office of the Commissioners herein named. holding. the Principal Chief is hereby directed within five days to issue his proclamation to all persons so reported as being upon and having. buildings or erec- tions of any kind or doing business of am kind upon said reservations.

15e it further enacted. and buildings. and the houses and buildings and business shall be held for the cost of such removal. the salary of the commis- sioners provided for by the act of December -Itli. 4. first day of January. provided that the reports heretofore required by law shall be made quarterly to the Treasurer. D. same That all appointment with the advice and consent of the Senate. Principal Chief. That from and after the 1SS4.SS2. appointments hereafter made shall he by of the Principal Chief. That the term of ottice of the commissioners as herein before provided for shall be two years. Provided further.120 ACT 1M RELATION TO TOWNS. 1S83. and all laws or parts of laws conflicting with this act are hereby repealed. shall be each three hundred dollars per annum. houses or erections. . 1. and remove immediately all such persons. and all moneys received by them paid quarterly to the Treasurer. the Principal Chief shall be and he is hereby commanded to issue his warrant to the sheriffs of the several districts in which said towns may he. lie it further enacted. shall be their whose receipts for the \ouclrrs. Approved December là. and said commissioners shall be required to gi\e bond in the sum of one tiiousand dollars for the faithful perform- ance of their duties. to summon a force of men and (use) such other necessary appliances as may be necessary. BrSIIYIIKAD. W. move as above directed within the thirty days provided in said proclamation. as maybe referred to in any proclamation issued in conformity with this act.

I). That no person shall be allowed to stop over night at either the Male or Female Seini'iary except p a r e n t s or guardians visiting their children ir wards who are sick. B r S H Y H E A l ) . Principal Chief.< A C T to provide for keeping the peace in the town of Tahlequah. a s beneficiaries of t h e current be allowed to expense-fund any member of his family over twelve years of age unless u t e n d i n g the school as pupil. Concurred in amendment: b y . t h e Council with the following Strike out four in line three and insert two (-'). \Y. 121 A N A C T amending t h e school law. . and the Principal hereby directed to dismiss any Steward Chief is \iolating this provision.. ornee at the That the Seminaries of this years.ACT TO K E E P P E A C E IN TOWN OF T A H L E Q U A H . and their salary as hereto- fore tixed by law. P r o v i d e d further. 1883. Tie it enacted by the National Council. that no Steward shall keep. A p p r o v e d December 8. as Guardian of the peace of t h e . * H # * * # * # * # That the High Sheriff. Be it enacted by the term of t h e S t e w a r d s Nation shall be four National Council. Provided.

town of Tahlequah is required to prosecute any person. VY BCSHYHKAD. * # * * * # # # * * * * * * * * Approved November 2<i. and two dollars to the High Sheriff. whose duty it shall be to try the case forthwith: • and upon conviction of the party offending he shall be fined not more than ten dollars for the tirst offense and not less than ten nor more than twenty-five dollars for the second offense—two dollars of which shall go to the Clerk. or Sheriff arresting the party. in default of payment of which fine.122 ACT TO K E E P PEACE IN TOWN OP T A H L E y T A H ." and may grant warrants of arrest to bring all persons so offending' before him for immediate trial: and any sheriff shall be and is required to serve such warrants of arrest and turn the parties arrested oxer to the High Sheriff. and all laws or parts of laws in conflict with this act are herein repealed. D.'{. who shall fire a gun or pistol without good cause. and. when assessed. and who shall temporarily escape arrest—for which purpose the District Clerk of Tahlequah District is clothed with the ordinary powers of a "Justice of the Peace. lss. who shall immediately notify the Clerk. the party convicted shall be incarcerated in the National Prison and compelled to labor on the streets of the town at the rate of a dollar a day. until such tine shall be paid. Principal Chief. . or otherwise so disturb the peace of the town as to justify (such person's) prompt incarceration in the National Jail.

6. Barker. 4. Cora J . 1883. Nov. Ward. Alaxtield. . Wifcd formerly Ida B a r k e r (Cherokee. 21. J\Ia\rteld. Dec. Barker. Mary J . Dee."». 1. 2. B. Amending' act of Dev. <>. None. Ward. Harris and family. Ida L. Children. ) 3. . R. I Children. 1. 1883.of aet. W a r d (husband. Ward. 1. Susan E. 3. Dee. Phei)ie E.) 3. NAMES. L. 1883. Bailey. Baile\. 1. Stepen A. B. S. . C. 123 ACTS ADMITTING TO CITIZENSHIP. Koht. te Hastings. Lofton Baile\. B.) 2. J .">. H. «. Nov. DVTE OF ACT. Barker ¡ Cherokee. ^ Cherokees b\ blood. ) 3. None. Avi Bailey.ACTS A D M I T T I N G TO CITIZENSHIP. 1883. \ CONDITIONS &• R E M A R K S . Maxtield. 13. J . 1881. 1883. E. . 4. Albert G. \ . Ward. ! 4. so as to allow the family a year from this date t o mo\ e within the Nation. 2. 6. Kate Clavwell (late K i . Anna M. Sarah E. 1. \ Family. W.) 1. Provided they move ¡in the Nation within one year from date .

E. . " Wm.4 C. Bell. J o s i a h Seabolt. Colston Baldridgv. .4 Tom W a t t s . Holt. sames and Title oí Persons Paid oy Appropriation. " W.i Jno. Bell.4 S u n d a y Ch^ir. . " Roach Young. •' E. William Mayes. . L. Ned A c o r n . Lan drum. " J o h n son R o b i n s . O. " Frog Sixkiller.APPROPRIAI lONS.i . Riddle ISenge. Fireniaker.«f Regular session. Downing. Councillor.4 J o e Tapp. Sam Smith.4 John Justice. . Adam Lacy. L j o n s . S t a r r . II. '• Abram Woodall. " J. " ** Win. B e n g e . J . E u b a n k s .. B. H. Ross. AN Aox making an appropriation for the Regular and the expenses of Special sessions of the National Council of 1883. S t a r r . •• C. . *28 28 28 28 28 28 28 ¿8 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 12 24 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 2b 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 oo 00 00 (HI 00 00 0# 00 . ACTS MAKIXG APPROPRIATIONS. ... F r y e . . . '• •• C. F». Woodall.4 Jess Sanders.124 ACTS MAKING. Selirimsher. J . V. M.. H a r r i s . Clerk of Coin't. Jno. V. I n t . . " •4 Dirt-thrower V a n n . i *152 152 100 144 100 100 100 100 1. Starr. . F. (4eo. Senator. (4. S e n a t e . . Lacy H a w k i n s . •• J . " J . Raincrow. T. Jno. Kogers. Dick W a t e r s ..52 152 152 152 152 100 100 KO 100 144 12 144 140 148 «X 108 20 152 152 152 152 152 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 152 152 152 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Special Session. kfa .. Dick Crossland.. Clerk Coin't. •• Black Fo###BOT_TEXT###quot;. •• Wilson (lirty. L. " S.

Laiidruin.. H. h. Sevieri '' 148 00 Blue J o h n s o n . 152 00 . Ivey. 160 00 a Qualatali. Swimmer. . C. 148 00 " J n o .APPROPRIATION FOR EXPENSES OF COUNCIL. 160 00 '• J o h n Young.. 68 00 " A. Adair. F . 152 00 . Drew. . fc. i- 125 28 00 28 00 28 0 0 28 00 28 28 28 28 2i 2^ 00 00 00 00 00 00 2s 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 2 . 144 00 .. 76 0i> i* 1. Int. S. Adam Feelin. J n o . " " 144 00 A. 148 no J n o . W. 160 00 Alee H a w k . 160 00 . " a '• Albion Spears. J . Coun cil. Council. Crittenden. J n o . Nelson Tarrapin.. Albeit Morris. Chamberlain. 111 00 . Adair.. 160 00 . P.. 160 00 . (¡8 00 J a c k Paek. 160 00 1. a " 24 00 J o h n s o n Downing. Tick Eater. ÍTed Greese. Office. "' J n o . McDanie!. " E. 160 00 >. 60 fiO Watt Starr. J n o . 6« On " councillor . firemaker. 28 CM» 00 00 oo 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 2"* 00 28 00 28 28 2í"> 2>> 01« i'O DO (Ml 12 On 12 no 20 I (t SIM 2> 2^ 28 2^ 28 28 28 12 76 6" 6. E. W . Lyons. Bogers. Crittenden. 136 00 a a W.. Grass. . '• 1.. 160 00 O. " 136 00 a councillor 64 GO J o h n s o n Downing. 160 00 G. . Brown.. Dan Chopper.. 56 00 . B. Thompson. 0 . Ex. 160 00 J n o . (¡4 00 W.. J o h n Spade. T. 144 00 . Clark Goingsnake. 152 00 . Clerk Council. 1(50 00 " J n o . Springton. Í t. M. \J. 92 Oí» Sam. Bi'd J o n e s . Firemaker. L. P. Downing. Int.s 12 12 0t> 00 00 OO 00 00 ni» ii¡) no (m no no no 4 1M * HH 2s' . " Protein. 152 00 u G. Boudinot. Proctor. M. X.. 160 00 u Ooyousuttah. WTash White.. clerk Senate. Butler.. 144 00 it Bug Tucker. Cordrav.56 0C a " G. 152 00 1. Hendriks. 144 00 U Jno. Clerk 20 00 >. ' committee . I n t e r p r e t e r . Poor Bear. C. 152 00 u J o e Choowee.\ . 100 00 H. W a r d . Geo. " J n o . 152 00 Wolfe Coon.

Adair. A d v o c a t e . G.343. F . B e n g e . J r . F.""). B. C. " S. E. kt J o h n Bullett. clerk c o m m i t t e e . \Y. Boudinot.-) 5 24 . Jail coin. A p p r o v e d D e c e m b e r 8. Clerk c o m m i t t e e . Cordrav. L. out oi tiie Geneial Fund unappropnated. H.120 APPROPRIATION FOR EXPENSES OF J no.e i g h t three handled and of l. hire of h a c k . S. S. D r e w . C. \Y. Ross. W. l \ e v . W a l t e r Fields. Int. 18S3. B o u d i n o t . í'OUNriT. Cordrav. S. Piineipal Chief. Crutehfiekl. Ed. R a s m u s . T. X. Clerk.C. 1883. W. F . B. S e n a t e . T r e n t . H. Benge. W . S p r i n g s t o n .s83—two dollars *-2. O. George Reese. " " J . " " E. \Y. " '* E. " " W . elerk c o m m i t t e e . Eept.00) out of u n a p p r o p r i a t e d . Win.."> . Kept. * " " J o h n Bullett. AYatt S t a r r . P . or so much a s nia\ the be necessary. AdairO. C r i t t e n d e n . t w e l v e t h o u s a n d t h r e e h u n d r e d a n d forty-three dollars General F u n d (£12. clerk c o m m i t t e e . Adam Feelin. Int. Ex. . Advocate. G. clerk T r e a s u r y .3 00 88 00 2K 00 2< 00 144 00 10 00 10 00 24 00 20 00 10 (»0 00 00 24 0 / 24 00 4 00 Total a m o u n t a p p r o p r i a t e d for s e r \ ices d u r i n g Regular Session of Council of 1883. A p p r o \ e d D e c e m b e r 1. Total a m o u n t a p p r o p r i a t e d foi s e i u c e s during the Special Seshion of the National Council Thousand M-\ e n t \ . D. \Y. Cordray.oo) or so much t h e r e o f as nm\ be n e e e s s H n . " "."> 0 00 JO (10 00 (0 00 (0 00 «s i ü 8 00 s 0) 4 »10 12 00 96 00 02 00 . Littleiolin. . J n o . clerk c o m m i t t e e . councillor-. A iditor. Benge. Albertv. E. Il) 10 00) i d oo . r s H \ H E A D . A.37>.

as follows: Name oí Claimants. Stapler & Son. 2<' o i 14 ¡m 2 i HI •"> '• 'IU-IHI . J.ACT TO PAY A LIST OK CLAMS. Starr Lizzie Tee-hcc J o h n s o n Ljnian N e l s o n T:i'rr:. J."> 4<> on . Thoiup. C.son Win. Patton & Co Boar Paw J o h n Sprinston J e r y Springston Thomas Blair Kzekicl Proctor W. G. K. W.. Jnh. 19 20 9 (»0 7 (Hi 40 0U 23 0.. T.o 78 . f40 UO 9 0) 305 5 I Total amount appropriated.ii Tec hoe Wm. M.-. List of claims allowed ¡§414 ÔÛ by Committee on Claims amounts appropriated accordingly.~>42 00 432 00 104 00 (i(i í 0 :.">.0 30 (. M. General. u Ned Greese.1). C."> i «¡9 of."»9 0 ' 21 . Kubank< To. Harnage Ed. Blake Win. Clyne J."id . 127 ACT making appropriation out of the General F u n d not otherwise a p p r o p r i a t e d for the payment of a list of claims registered by the Auditor of Accounts for t h e iiseal year of 1883. Perenal Amounts Appropriated. •' Amounts Appropriated."i no 12 no 3 on 4. Names of Claimants. J o h n s o n Thompson J o h n s o n Thompson Frank Musgrove J a m e s Drew \V.."> 0 49 00 (» no 2»i 134 00 Hi .phi Robt. A. BUiekstono Nelson 'Lwrapin W.) ". !í2. Faulkner H u n t e r Poorbear J o e Boss Cli»rlo\ Willy ' 1Î. Fund.on R. Thompson J. Turner. Faulkner .

128

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37
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39
40
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42
43
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51
52
53
54
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57
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66
67
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ACT TO PAY A LIST OF CLAIMS.

E. B. Howard
Win. P. Ross
Coffee Blackbird
Win, Wilson
Win. Hendricks
Daniel Redbird
John Wickliff
O. P. Daniel
W. H. Turner
Alice Daniel
Ellis Moore
John Bell
Lucinda Bell
Caroline Bell
Sarah Bell
Sherman Bell
Julia Bell
Win, Fields
Steve Clubhair
Betsy Davis
Emma Seven
Dr. Howard
Cr. W. Benge
Jas. Hilderbrand
Susan Elevens
Rider Wolfe
S. H. Benge
To estate of White Catcher
"
"
" Smith Christie
Jas. Stapler
J. L. W. Williams
Mrs. Susan R. Lindsay
E. P. Parris
Jack Ross
Henry Gunter
D. W. C. Duncan
Mrs, Peggy Duncan
Richard Pan
W. A. Duncan
EoM. Wofford
Stout Cheer
John Locust
Win. Eubanks
H. C. Boss

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lb 55
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33 no
lb 55
lb 55
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lb 55
lb 55
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250 00
25<» 00
250 On
22 OU
49 14
10 25
27 05
27 15
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100 00
45 (O
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ACT TO PAY CURRENT EXPENSES.

75

J . W. Stapler & Son
"School F u n d ' '

129

28 00
2,444 09

Total amount appropriated

$9,07.") 09

Approved December 12, 1883.
]). W. BUSHYHEAD,
Principal Chief.
A N ACT to pay out of the Asylum Fund certain indebtedness
and

of the Asylum for the Insane, Blind,

others.

Names and Service.
OJ-eorge W i l k e r s o n , l a b o r e r
A. E. Hendricks, matron
Charles Alexander, teamster
Lizzie Osborn, cook
Ann Alexander, Washing
William F. Rasmus, supplies
W. H. Hendricks, Salary
•' '•
"
" Flour
Johnson Thompson, supplies

Amount Appropriated.
»11 <0
4,"» (U
35 00
2(i 40
33 00
98 21
100 on
2 00
32 75
*3V3 30

Total amount appropriated
Approved December 11, 1883.

D. W. BTJSHYHEAD,
Principal Chief.
AN ACT making an appropriation to defray the current
and contingent expenses of the Asylum for Insane,
Blind, and others from September 30, 1883, to the
3rd Monday in November 1884.
For purchasing the following articles:
Amonnt Appropriated

Clothing
6,000 lbs. flour (a $30 00
1,500 " pork " 5cts
2,'00 '• bacon" 12U'ts

f-'OO
W)
75
250

9

00
00
00
00

l.'ÎO

u n i OPHIATION TO V\.\

THI'STEES.

1..100 '• beef (« 7ftH
4Ü() " coffee •' 121ets
401» •• s u g a r " K'cts
Vegetables
Hominy, coal oil, salt a n d c o n d i m e n t s
Blacksmithing
To ]>a\ 1 w a s h - w o m a n 14 m o n t h s at ?12 oo
One Took, 14 m o n t h s at 12 00
•• T e a m s t e r 14 •'
•• 15 (to
" D e m o s t i e M a t r o n 14 m o n t h s at IT» 00
Salar.x of S t e w a r d
Kepairs on building'
•l farm
Bedsteads
Bedding
To pa\ m e m b e r s of B o a r d of T r u s t e e s
Salary of Medical S u p e r i n t e n d e n t
Contingent F u n d

H'-") < 0
.10 (to
:. 40 Ut
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.10 (Hi
20 OU
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His 00
210 (to
210 Oi
.100 (10
17T> (to
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50 00
.10 (Hi
.'500 00
2.10 00
200 00

Total a m o u n t a p p r o p r i a t e d

^3,020 .0

A p p r o p r i a t e d ont

of A s y l u m F u n d to pa;\ b a l a n c e due

m e m b e r s of Hoard of T r u s t e e s for s e r v i c e s

during

fiscal year e n d i n g S e p t e m b e r .'50, l.ss-J.

Names ol Msitàrs.

Amount Apropnateii.

T. ,1. T h o r n t o n
.Tames H e n d r i c k s
\Y. I I . Balentine
Ed. Foreman

*]< 97
:',*.) :U
77 2 s
7!» 42

Total a p p r o p r i a t i o n
He it

further

Assistant
herein

Chief

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out of the special r e v e n u e of the Cherokee Nation the several collected by districts. a n d Solicitor of each District are h e r e b y directed to act as a building committee.000. Be it further e n a c t e d . A p p r o v e d D e c e m b e r (>. for t h e the district officers of p u r p o s e of building. V. districts That each of t h e several shall be entitled to the sum of one t h o u s a n d dollars (* 1.il quarter. Principal Chief. be a n d is h e r e b y a p p r o p r i a t e d the That t h e r e sum of nine thous- a n d (*9. rvMig into effect the That for the purpose of car- foregoing- section. whose dutv it shall C h e r o k e e A d v o c a t e or proposals and to build the c o n t r a c t a d v e r t i s e in the Indian Chieftain n e w s p a p e r for the lor be to houses herein provided for. Be it e n a c t e d by t h e National Council. B L S I L V I I E A D .00) of t h e foregoing- nine t h o u s a n d dol- lars a p p r o p r i a t e d . \V. building the same shall be let.'{0" dav s advertising-.suit- able c o u r t h o u s e s in t h e s e \ e r a l districts of t h e Nation. a n d t h e S t e w a r d is further r e q u i r e d to make an annual settlement with t h e committee of the Senate on In- sane a n d Blind Asylum. after "•. or as often as t h e Hoard may deem necessary. the .00) dollars.000.APPROPRIAI H»ï TU l î t l L D COURT HOCHET.Judge. a n d for the p u r p o s e named. A s A C T making an a p p r o p r i a t i o n t o build court h o u s e s in t h e several d i s t r i c t s of the Nation. INN'}. J). to the lowest bidder. Be it further e n a c t e d . for their r e s p e c t i v e districts. who shall be r e q u i r e d to give bond and sufficient security . Sheriff".

herein provided for. That the court houses here- in provided for shall be of the following specifications and dimensions. certificates of the services performed. provided. is hereby appropriated.132 APPROPRIATION TO BUILD O O r R T HOUSES. Be it further enacted. ten by sixteen each. above and below. and covered with first-class shingles. with eight windows. with walls sixteen "feet—one room in the lower story and four rooms in the second-story. and jury-box. it sliall be the duty of the said building committee to give to such person or persons as may be the builders. eight lights. to be furnished inside of the ceiling with raised platform. upon the presentation of which to the Principal Chief. connected by a flight of stairs from the inside. of the above provided That upon the completion contracts and their acceptance by the building committee herein provided for. P>e it further enacted. for a complete and faithful fulfillment of the contract . by thirty-three feet in length. and not to exceed in cost one thousand dollars. and for the purpose of furnishing the same with all necessary stoves and furniture . it shall be his duty to draw his warrant on the General Fund in favor of such person or persons holding said certificates of services performed . that the building committee sliall have the right to reject any and all bids. to-wit : Twenty-one feet in width. with two doors below and one door to each room above. of wood or stone.the sum of two hundred dollars for each court house. con- tractors for the said court houses. two-stories high. and the whole painted inside and out with lead antl oil. and bar.

BÜSHYIIEA1). D. 2. W. 3. Principal Chief. Approved November 20. 1883. provided. 1. Lipe (late Treasurer) while on duty to St. further. an inch and a quarter thick and the lower windows with shutters on the out-side. Approved December 10. Concurred in with the following amendment. 133 for the amount certified to in said certificates. Amount appropriated ¡flo.OO. etc. Louis after public funds. 1883. Provided That it shall be the duty of the building com- mittee.AU'J'S MAKING APPROPRIATIONS. To buy stationery for the Auditor's Office— warrant to be drawn in favor of the Auditor and made preferred. To pay contingent expenses of Executive Department attorney fees. Nation— . \Y. 183. ACTS appropriating out of the General Fund not other- wise appropriated. Approved November 20. in suits vs. herein provided for. 1884. To pay expressage and other expenses of 1).00. the said certificates shall be made in the presence of the Clerk of the District wherein the said services were performed and attested by such Clerk. Amount appropriated $113. to file with the Principal Chief a copy of the contracts herein provided : vided further. that the doors be four panels each. That all contracts or work Proherein provided shall be completed by the first Monday in May.

27<U>5. Thompson " E.134 ACTS -viAjnxr. bedding. Pveatt McGregor (Carpenter) Stapler & Son Win.l 14 00 Warrant for the above to be drawn in favor High Sheriff and made preferred. To pay the current and contingent expenses of the National Prison for the year 1884. L. C.00. \rPKopm4Tioxf?.00. in regular Amount appropriated. To pay claims registered by Committee on . A. 1^83. warrant made preferred and expenditure reqnired to be recorded and repoited to National Conned session. HORS " Trainor & Co " J . Approved November 20.1 08 00 50 2* 73 50 21 00 • 05 13 20O 00 To be paid out of sum appropriated *810 34 To pay for chairs. he is required to make the of aggre- following payments.. Rasmus . "~L. 5.. as follows: Pay of Jail guards • * 1. 250 00 Contingent Fund 150. 1883. Amount appropriated i*225. and a set of harness—warrant made preferred and to be drawn in favor of High Sheriff. bedsteads. Amount appropriated. .00 Total amount appropriated çO.140 00 " for supplies 3. Approved Deeembci 21. 1883. »«500. viz: To " " " " William Percival M. Poudinot. To pa\ for stationery for the public service— warrant made preferred. (beef) * 1 77 21 178 117 0. 4. out of which gate sum. Approved December 12. 6.274 00 •• Executive pardon and discharge expenses.7r.

Thompson (guara services) Johnson Bobbins 135 Council—as Total amount appropriated Approved December 14. M. Pmehett (B.1. certain obligations entered into by our delegation Washington City. 8. afterward received. to . Claims during Extra Session of National follows. but is required to re-imburse all amounts so borrowed out of the first General Fund. according to distance. Baldridge . from any other national fund on hand.) Ned Grease " " li. Pritchctt (town guard) ft Mis. Jno. 10 on ".112. FTiggïns (for rasions etc) Geo. Whole amount appropriated. 1883. ft8. An act making' an appropriation to pay out of the additional amount to be received on the occupied lands of the Cherokees West of 96"—west longitude. 18S3. 7. [ N O T E .) John Tee-bee (town guard) L'ic\ Hawkins (B. B. which list see.500. \ iz : Jno.J "Whole number of working days in Extra session—20. from 2 to (> days. if necessary. B. Approved May 17. Amount appropriated $22. T:ie National Treasurer is authorized t<> borrow for the occasion.> no ir> on 7 50 7 50 178 (Hi 200 H> 90 00 27 00 8549 00 An making an appropriation to pay the current and contingent expenses of the National Council and Executive Office for the Extra Session of I s Si. Approved May 10. 1883.ACTS MYK1XU APPROPRIATIONS. The members of the National Council were the same at this Extra Session as in 1 i 2.00. Mileage allowed.0 i. (May and for other purposes.

Writer Mrs.ACTS MAKING APPROPRIATIONS. 1st. Approved May 17. 1 2 3 4 5 0 Name ol Claimants. and to re-imburse him for incurred by him while on his late visit to as per request of the Cherokee expenses Washington Delegation—$800.00. 3d.00.«39 50 1!) 50 42<> 00 221 00 (il 5(1 40 40 . For attorney-fees to Hon. Carolina For pay of assistant coun- sel to be employed by the Principal Chief. For pay of witnesses in the matter of the North Carolina Cherokees' claim and such other necessary incidental expenses connected therewith.00. \V. Dennis Wolfe Arch Looking Mrs. or so much thereof as may be necessary. 2. if deemed necessary by him.10. *2. 136 9. 2nd. 1883. in the matter of the claim of certain North Carolina Cherokees before the Court of claims— «2.200. diem and other necessary expenses of the For per Cherokee Delegation while necessarily absent in the discharge of their duties as provided for under the provisions of Senate Bill No. Big Leg George Mills John Writer _ Amounts Appropriated. 4th. An act making an appropriation.500.] 10. 5th. To defray expenses of the Principal Chief while in the discharge of such duties as are required of him under provisions of Senate Bill No.500. . 2—#1. A.00. Phillips as counsel for the Cherokee Nation before the Court -of Claims in the matter of the claim of certain North Cherokees—$2.0('0. fSMALL-PoX ACCOt'NTN. To pay the following persons according to amounts attached to names respectively: So.

C h a m b e r s William Skullall 26 Mrs. E.an a p p r o p r i a t i o n for t h e support of the public schools of t h e Cherokee Nation for the scholastic y e a r 1884. & W . F. Cochran N e l s o n Foreman J . An act making. B. J . H . B a r t l e s O. Cass M. Lipe Win. 1«83. B e c k l e h i m e r T. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Car-se-he-la John Sanders D.000 00 2.693 32 500 00 #3.000 00 1. For current expenses Salary of t e a c h e r s — p e r c o n t r a c t " * "Steward $10. W . For salaries of Text B o o k s 100 t e a c h e r s Salary Board of E d u c a t i o n MALE $30.000 2. Bell Weaker A. Lane Johnson Halfbreed Charles ' Hendricks "Six" Water Want J o h n G. S c h r i m s h e r L.193 32 A p p r o v e d May 11. Writer 137 38 00 8 00 7 50 23 00 38 00 110 30 173 10 173 37 166 75 170 00 205 00 50 00 15 50 464 50 60 16 75 50 11 0>) 45 SO 30 00 $2.500 00 600 CO .500 no 1.800 00 SEMINARY. as follows: PRIMARY SCHOOLS. For current expenses Salary of t e a c h e r s — p e r c o n t r a c t " '• S t e w a r d New furniture B o o k s a n d school-room material FEMALE SEMINARY.500 (¡00 000 500 00 00 10 00 00 $10.ACTS MAKING APPROPKIATIONS. Benge F. W . SCHOOL FUND. M.

S.'i. l>00 00 ~>lH) <>O material \Y.13<S ACT R E I A T l N ( x New furniture Hooks and school TO H I G H SHKKIKF. h o u s e s in a n d c o n n e c t e d with t h e clean and h e a l t h y condition. W. a c t s in conflict with That the all a c t s or p r o v i s i o n s of t h i s parts act of arc hereby r e p e a l e d . a n d each of his g u a r d s . received on "Strip That Lands" all . a n d a n d also all out Capitol g r o u n d s in he m u s t u s e prison the "High labor to carry out t h i s p r o v i s i o n . I S r S T I Y H E A T ) . Be it f u r t h e r enacted. A p p r o v e d D e c e m b e r K'. IS-.0( (i 00 money shall be hereafter placed to the credit of t h e School F u n d b y t h e "National T r e a s u r e r . a n d shall r e p o r t Sheriff. lie it further enacted. Principal Chief. A g n e w — t e a c h e r Miss Mary L o o s e r — " To pay Mr. He it further e n a c t e d . GENERAL LAWS.. [ A N A C T further defining Be it further shall k e e p a t h e d u t i e s of H i g h enacted. That t h e "High Sheriff" shall have t h e s t r e e t s . a n d r o a d s in a n d a r o u n d Tahlequah worked and k e p t clean. separate at t h e end of t h e fiscal y e a r to t h e National Council. the same coffee. are h e r e b y r e q u i r e d . That Sheriff.«02.) <>(> ¡0 7. Guffey lt>.") oi Total amount a p p r o p r i r t e d out of school fund lie it further e n a c t e d . alleys. flour. separate That t h e a c c o u n t of a n d s u c h a r t i c l e s .] "High Sheriff" m e a t s ." h i s d e p u t y .> i . J).

the Chief shall. certified by him. That the " High Sheriff" shall not be allowed to use. or in sight the so they can be designated. and his salary or bondsmen shall be held for the same. Be it enacted by the National Council. per capita. ed by the Principal That the persons appoint- Chief to take the census shall . appropriated by act of Congress of March 3d. 139 to wear a star. five pointed. as the law directs.'5. shall have been received by the Treasurer of the Cherokee Nation. per capita. at his earliest Principal convenience. upon violation of this provision. and the High Sheriff is hereby authorized to purchase the same out of the fund appropriated for continuent expenses. in any manner whatever. 18£3. That when the additional amount. That for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this act. but shall turn the same over in cash and kind that he receives To the Treasurer. of reven le so expended. P>e it further enacted. Be it further enacted.ACT TO PAT BALANCE TVCE ON "LANDS WEST. appoint competent persons in each District to make two correct census rolls of the persons entitled. the Principal Chief shall cause the same to be paid out. to the citizens of the Crerokee Nation by Cherokee blood. 1S<S. Approved Novmber 20. upon the lapel of «•oat. he shall forfieit to the Nation double the amount. He it furtlier enacted. AN ACT providing1 for the payment of the balance due on lands West of 0(5«. and turn over the same. to the Treasurer of the Cherokee Nation. who shall file the same in his office. the revenue obtained by prison labor.

That. representing minors and dis- abled persons. and to no otJier person or whomsoever. Passed by the Constitutional two-thirds of National Council. Ft. and whom.] another . and Webber's Falls. guardians.140 ACT TO APPOINT A COMMISSION. Yinita. [AN ACT to appoint a Commission to locate Saline and for other purposes. according to the census rolls. Be it further enacted. That the Treasurer make the payments at Tahlequah. 1883. In making said payment. May 10. and heads of families. It shall be the duty of the persons Treasurer to keep a receipt roll of the payments made. is hereby appropriated out of the funds to be received. Be it further enacted. for this purpose. it shall be his duty to pay the same out.00) while in actual service. the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the funds. shall Gibson. to citizens by Cherokee blood. it shall be the duty of the Treasurer to make requisition for the same. to all adult per- sons entitled to the same. each be entitled to three dollars per day (£3. as soon as advised by the proper authorities that the funds are ready. and which shall be reported to the to National Council next following said payment. per capita. or so much thereof as may be necessary to defray the expense of taking the census and preparing the rolls. Be it further enacted. and on receiving said funds. in person. and to parents. That the sum of three thousand dollars.

Ghomley who is involved in a case before the F . Eoss —specially authorized thereto by Hon. and that at the Great Salt Marsh on the Salt Fork. and have deñned the reservation hitherto made at the Great Salt Marsh on the Salt Fork of the Arkansas Rher. M. Wolfe and Daniel H.sums—for defence of M. defining the saline at the mouth of Buft'aloe Creek on the Cimmaron. Court at Fort Smith. bj whom the surveys. to proceed to the lands West of 96 c . under the directions of Messrs. and the Principal Chief is authorized to draw his warrant accordingly. to consist of two discreet persons. were made in 1882. That in order to enable the Principal Chief to carry out the provisions of this act the sum of six hundred dollars is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the Treasury belonging. and for such purpose they shall if possible secure the services of surveyor Harsha of Hutchinson. defined and mapped.ACT TO APPOINT A COMMISSION. so as to harmonize with the surveys of the United States . D. and there locate and have surveyed. R. 141 Be it enacted by the National Council. S. one other saline or salt spring or deposit under the act of Congress of 1882. That the Principal Chief be. Bushyhead. That the following. O. which involves a national question of our national rights. Be it futher enacted. Principal Chief—and a report of their labor to be made to the Principal Chief as soon as completed. W.to the General Fund not otherwise appropriated. and he is hereby authorized and instructed to appoint and instruct a commission. the sum of . Be it further enacted. Kansas.

Si.< 100. . Commissioner.00—be and The same is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. * 150. the authorities of the I'nited States have called upon the authorities of the Cherokee Nation for the enactment of more complete regulations to prevent abuses thereon.142 AC'i TN KEATiON TO ORAZINO STOCK. Concurred in by Council with Cue following amendment : Strike out the . and se1 apart to produce revenne from grazing by the act of which this act is amendatory. Pension busi- Agent now present and who do not speak English. Principal Chief.mini of ¡il00. lSliti. Whereas. 8. and Whereas. Approved May 19. D.00 to he paid to an interpreter for V. the unoccupied lands belonging To the Cherokee Nation lying West of the Ob' meridian. it is desirable that these lands produce revenue nearly equal to their real should \ahie. so long as they remain in possession of. lh. and the Principal Chief is herein authorized to draw his warrants accordingly. fi. Ax ACT to amend an act to t a \ stock grazing upon Cherokee lauds West of the *M> meridian. the. W. BUSHY H E A D . and Whereas.00—and to enable the Principal Chief to employ a competent Interpreter for those who may lune ness with the r . the Cherokee Nation: therefore. belonging to the General Fund. and under jurisdiction of. held for Indian settlement under the provisions of the Kith article of the trealy of J u h 10th.

H. A. Hamilton. I I . in case the be disposed of by t h e C h e r o k e e Nation. for t h e t e r m of five y e a r s . Day. a n d the said lease nun be terminated on m o n t h s n o t i c e b e i n g given. Miller. E. II. Ilewins. M. and Charles IF. including corrals. P a y n e E l d i e d . to e x e c u t e a lease for all the unoccupied l a n d s of t h e C h e r o k e e N a t i o n . directors in Charles II. abso- . t r u s t for t h e J. J . That t h e said E. a n d only such t e m p o r a r y lutely r e q u i r e d for t h e structures safe and t h e stock t h e r e o n . Day. lie it e n a c t e d b. Hamilton.ACT IX TÎKLATIOX TO . Ben S. shall obligate t h e m s e l v e s . M. d i r e c t o r s in t r u s t for t h e Bennett. M. T u t t l e . A. Tuttle. C h e r o k e e Strip the Live Stock Association. Principal Chief be. Ben S. six said ¡and shall And t h e said part.J. B e n n e t t . S. to be t h e p r o p e r t y of the Cherokee Nation. . aforesaid Strip Live Stock Association entering Cherokee into said lease. Miller. A.d lying west of A r k a n s a s River. Payne. \V. Drum. Be it further e n a c t e d . Eldred. or as may he profitable such grazing of temporary wire fences. CiR YZIXK STOCK. S.\ leasing shall obligate t h e m s e l v e s not to cut. in consideration of a ' y e a i l y rental of one h u n d r e d t h o u s a n d dollars for t h e entire tract. or t a k e any timber or o t h e r material from t h e s e lands but by a g r e e m e n t with t h e a u t h o r i t i e s of the Cherokee Nation. to E. Drum. A. \V. being an. YV. \V.\ tfie National Council. a n d h e is hereby 143 That the authorized and directed. use.A portion of t h e lands so leased. M. J . that t h e r e shall be no perman e n t i m p r o v e m e n t s on an.improve- are herein held a n d declared. a n d all m e n t s . H e w i n s . and in all cases to faithfulh o h > e r \ e t h e inter- .

pro\ided. which failure shall work forfeiture of any and all rights and interests thereon. Be it further enacted. in advance. that the tract herein leased shall not obstruct any mail or stageline or other necessary public highway—and said lease shall also contain a provision that on failure of said party leasing to meet all payments required by the lease. into the Cherokee Nation. at Tahlequah. the said lease shall be may be so declared by the Principal express void and Chief of the Cherokee Nation. shall be payable semi-annually. That the said one hundred thousand dollars required under the provisions of this act. He it further enacted. on the order Treasury of the of the Principal Chief. and further. or the land Cheroreserved therewith. the first payment to be made on the 1st day of October 18K. shall be included in such lease. but shall be specially excepted therefrom.% and that the rights of any person under any tax license issued before the passage of this act shall terminate with the date up to which such persons have paid. and that they shall do all in their power to prevent the stealing or removal of any timber or other material from the lands so leased by any other person or persons . course laws of the United States. the lease authorized That a perfect record of under the provisions of this act . that none of the three salines reserved to the kee Nation by act of Congress.144 ACT IN RELATION TO «RAZING STOCK. and the said semi- annual payments shall be made on the first day of October and April of each year. 'or in any other manner violating its terms or conditions.

Drum. t h e i r a c c e p t a n c e of the s a m e : whereupon the Principal C h W shall " a u s e t o be issued to *he sa d E. ACi 14. B e n n e t t . t h e lease shall nate.IN RET. Hamilton. P a y n e a n d 10 . p r o v i d e d . without t h e c o n s e n t of said Association: and t h e Principal Chief is h e r e b y authorized to cause the removal of all such p e r s o n s as i n t r u d e r s . portion <>f such. a fresh lease may be executed vacant to any r e s p o n s i b l e c o m p a n y in a c c o r d a n c e with the provisions of this a c t : And. E. Tuttlo. or temporary or termi- interests in any improvements thereon. Day. J . not a mem- ber of t h e C h e r o k e e Strip Live Stock Association shall be p e r m i t t e d to yraze any kind of stock upon any of t h e C h e r o k e e lands lying west of t h " A r k a n s a s River. in « r a n t e d by That should the lease here- be declared by t h e Principal Chief default. If. Hen S. shall within thirty t h e approval <>f this Cherokee act by the Principal days Chief the after file with him. Be it further e n a c t e d . A. H" it fur r lier e n a c t e d . Strip Live Stock Association. ITewins.ATTONT TO <¡KAZIX(i STOCK. a n d all rights. in t h e Executive D e p a r t m e n t of the Cherokee Nation. W. J . That no person. M. shall c e a s e . That the said by a m or either of before-named d i r e c t o r s . S. Miller. A. M. fie it further enacted. a n d a r c n o r t t h e r e o f shall b e s u b m i t t e d to the Council of t h e C h e r o k e e Nation at each annual session. That in default of any and all p a y m e n t s which may be d u e ."» shall l»e k e p t in duplicate in the office of t h e Principal Chief w h o is c h a r g e d with t h e execution of said lease. a n d one in t h e office of the T r e a s u r e r of the C h e r o k e e Nation. W. privileges.

1>8. approved March 3d. Richard M. Wolfe. Concurred in by the National Council. That all acts or parts of acts in conflict with the. 2. provisions of the foregoing act are hereby repealed. delegates of the Cherokee Nation. and to pay the same out " p e r capita" under directions of the National Council. . and for other purposes. 2.. May lô. Ee it further enacted. 1884. Principal Chief. 1883. appropriated three hun- dred thousand dollars. Principal Chief. Approved May 39. directors in trust for the aforesaid Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association. on certain conditions therein specified . is hereby required to re- tain the same in the Treasury until the same shall amount to three hundred thousand dollars."{. when- ever payments are made to him by said Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association. entitled "An act making an appropriation for Sundry Civil expenses of the (Government. to be paid into the Treasury of the Cherokee Nation. The Congress of the United States in an act. Eldred. Ross. for the fiscal year ending June 30. a lease in accordance with this act. BUSHYHEAD. Be it further enacted. I). That Den- nis W. A.146 ¡áEJÍATK BILL So. now therefore. That the Treasurer. Bushyhead. SE>TATK « I L L NO. Be it enacted by the National Council. and Robert B. 1883. Whereas. I). W. Charles H.

or there- abouts. for the benefit Perces. 147 are hereby authorized and empowered. | RELATING TO Whereas. Perces 9 . ing the amounts as shown by survey and denned by law or Executive Order. to the Otoes and Missourias 129. INTRUDERS. to the Nez. J). 1883. or there-abouts. and shall on the payment of said sum of money deliver the said deeds and receive and reeeipt for the same. W. Approved May 8.] Certain intruders in the Cherokee Na- tion have not been removed by the authorities of the United ¡States. and . for the tracts of Cherokee lands. BU8IIYHEA1)."»70. hundredth acres. Nez and Missourias.19(5 and thirty-three hundredths acres. being estimated for the Pawnees 230. and this shall be deemed the order of the Cherokee Nation. Secretary of the Interior has expressed himself that. b. or there-abouts.ACT RELATING TO INTRUDERS. Ponças. and Osages. or there-abouts. to execute deeds of conveyance. to the Ponças.. in the name of the Cherokee Nation. the question of citizenship can only be properly settled by the Cherokee Nation.894 and thirty-one hundredths acres. for the above purposes. as our treaties required. Otoes of the Pawnees.113 twenty hundredths acres. and Whereas.710 and eighty-nine hundredths acres. The Hon. or 101. as they respectively occupy the same under assignment of act of Congress and Executive Order. as required by said act. to the Osages 1. Principal Chief.014 and four there-abouts.

and whos. not to be citizens. to allow them to dispose of. all their movable effects. Tlu. including machinery or mills they may have introduced or erected. . have in- troduced and acquired property of various kinds.t . being their own property. Be it enacted by the National Council. J>c it further erected or claimed enacted. and their growing crops. and are at present holding and occupying the same: therefore. Secretary of the Interior shall issue his order for the expulsion of all intruders and persons claiming citizenship. after . to citizens of the Cherokee Nation.11 improvements by intruders. tlie Principal Chief shall issue his proclamation to all such persons shall the Secretary. by tlie sheriff's of the seveial districts. be sold to the highest bidder. ¡mil all property known as personal property. That when the Hon. or some of them. or sell to any person who shall so remove. provided for in the pre ceding section. or persons claiming citizenship. after the expiration of the six months. shall. within six months after peacefully said order of remove theivfrom. or remove the same before That date. to citizens only. by our courts. and whose cases have been decided adversely by tlie courts of the Cherokee Nation.Í48 ACT KKLATINff TO TNTTîrPERS. after thirty days' notice in the Cherokee shall Aihocate have been given—and the proceeds of such sale. and Whereas. The parties. contemplâtes issuing' an order for the expulsion of «11 such as are declared.. cases have been decided adveisely by the courts of the Cherokee Nation.

under penalty of forfeiting the same to the Cherokee Nation. be paid over to the Treasurer of the Cherokee nation. also the amount paid. shall be required. no purchaser shall be allowed to purchase more than one of said improvements. claiming citizenship. within thirty days thereafter. That from and after the passage of this act no person coming into the Cherokee Nation. This act takes effect and will be in force from the date on which the Secretary of the Interior shall issue his order to expel intruders from the Cherokee Nation. under penalty of suspension from office by the Principal Chief for the violation of the provisions of this act. and each purchaser of an improvement under this act. That the district clerks of this Nation are hereby forbidden to issue to any citiI zen of the Nation a permit for any person whose claim for citizenship has been rejected by the courts of the Cherokee Nation. líe it further enacted. Re it further enacted. and any sheriff failing to comply with the provisions of this act shall be suspended from office by the Principal Chief. and from what Sheriff bought. to register the improvement so purchased in the elerk's office of the District wherein said improvement is situated. orized That in the Kale of improvements auth- to be sold. and it is made the duty of the Principal Chief to furnish the several clerks with correct lists of intruders.ACT RELATING TO INTRUDERS. Provided. 149 deducting fifteen per cent. shall be allowed to make . for the benefit of the sheriffs.

be and the same is hereby removed to Rabbit Trap school house. and all laws and parts of laws conflicting with this act are hereby repe ded. Be it further enacted. 1883. Clingan on the authenticated roll of Cherokee citizens.election precincts in Going Snake District. W. Clingan being. any improvement whatever. as an adopted white citizen . T). A N ACT removing. B F S H Y H E A D . known as Rabbit Trap Precinct. said W. (1880)—said W. Principal Chief.150 ACT CORRECTING ERROR TN CENSUS ROLL. D.error in Census Roll in case of W. D. in doing. That the Principal Chief be and he is hereby authorized to have corrected the error in the registration of the name of W. 1). A C T correcting.registered on said roll for Cooweescoowee District. B F S H Y H E A D . whereas. until their rights have been established. Be it enacted by the National Council. he. Clingan.'5. D. Approved May 18. 1SS. Approved December 0. That the election precinct. in (ioing Snake District. Clingan. That the election precinct known as Piny Precinct. D. W. is en- . • P>e it enacted by the National Council. Principal Chief.' Snake District. be and the same is hereby removed to Oak Ctrove school house.

BUSHYHEAD. AN ACT amending the act authorizing the lease of the Cherokee Outlet west of the 100th meridian." chapter " 1 2 " of the Compiled Laws." article -'28. Article 28. I). as he has been before. That sec- tion "134. 18 s 3. That the act passed on the 15th day of December. AN ACT amending Section 134. Approved December 1. D. W. be and the same is hereby read as follows: so amended as to After the word " p e r s o n " in the 4th line of said section. and the Principal Ciiief is authorized and directed to make correction ac- cordingly. ''a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. A. BUSHYHEAD. \V. entiled " A n act authorizing the lease of the Cherokee Outlet west of the 100th meridian. 1883. 151 titled.ACT AMENDING AN ACT. of the Compiled Laws. 1882.. Be it enacted by the National Council. to be so registered.Principal Chief." be and the same is hereby amended by striking out and repealing that part or parts of said act which has reference to and requires the approval of the Secretary of fhe Interior to be given as a condition to the grant and operation of ." Approved November 27. Be it enacted by the National Council. D. and since the year 18^0. as a well known and acknowledged Cherokee' by blood or descent. Chapter 12. Principal Chief.

Solicitor. 18 4. AN ACT to remove the court house in Saline District. 1883. and Clerk. be and the same is hereby removed from the present court . 1883. any ease that may be granted by the Principal Chief by authority of the said act of December lôth. Approved December . in Saline District: Provided. which shall be built at the above designated place or site to be selected by the building committee—the District Judge. I)rinci])al Chief. That said court house shall not be located on the claim of any citizen of this Nation. Principal Chief. That court shall be held at the old court v house until the iirst Monday in May. Approved December J 3. Provided further. W. BCSIIYHEAD. That the court house now located near Samuel Smith's. \V. 1. at or near James Tehee's. 20. D. 1883. or until the completion of the court house to be built under an act of the National Council. Be it enacted by the National Council. except by the consent of such citizen.)2 ACT T<> RKMOVK «(UNO SXAKE COURT-HOUKK. approved Nov. Be it enacted by the National Council.l. B C S H Y r l E A D . A>' ACT to remove the court house in Going Snake District.'3. J). be and the same is hereby removed about one mile to a big spring.SS2. That the place of holding court in Going Snake District.

on a location to be selected by the building committee . BUSH AHEAD. or her. and William Johnston. 153 house. John Koss. A. herein provided to be located and built: Provided. That lot No. That the election precinct located at the present court house shall be and is herein remo\ed to the court house. be and the same is hereby granted to W. Duncan. John AW Stapler. however. D. Principal Chief. That the court house. shall be built at or near the place designated. Approved December (5. in the District aforesaid." in block 20.ACT «RANTING LOT FOR TEMPERANCE USE*!. or until and after the completion of the house presided for b\ law. for the purpose of building thereon a . Be it further enacted. they constituting the business committee of "Talilequah Christian Temperance Union. Jr. to or near Jack Bell's on Bell's Creek. for temperance and educational purposes. provided. That the court house and election precinct shall not be considered as removed until the (1) first day of -May. "4. 18h3. or their consent." and to their suc- cessors in office. W. Be it further enacted. AN ACT granting a lot in the town of Talilequah to erect a building upon. 1884. 1883. that the same be ccnveuient to wood and water and not on the claim of any citizen of the Cherkee Nation. to be built under an act approved November 20th. Be it enacted by the National Council. without his.. in the town of Talilequah.

W.000. W. as provided by this act to be erected. public reading-room and libraiy. A. which shall be full payment for all services rendered by him. Be it further enacted.154 ACT TO CONTINUE SERVICES OF PHIIX1PK. the buildingshall he erected within two years from the date hereof—otherwise the said lot shall revert to the Cherokee Nation. the said building to be used for those purposes. Approved December 13. and the Principal Chief shall. 1883. That the Principal Chief be. Phillips as special agent and attorney. as shall be directed and allowed by the said association. That should the said build- ing. provided. from time to time. at a compensation of four thousand dollars ($4. authorized to continue the services of Win. up to November. Approved November 30. B r S H Y H E A I ) . and such only. I). at any time be used for any other purpose than that for which it was erected. draw preferred warrants on the Treasury for such portions of said amount as may be necessary. Principal Chief. BUSHYHEA1). Principal Chief. 1884. Be it enacted by the National Council. then and in that event such other uses shall work a forfeiture of the privilege herein granted and the said building shall revert to and become the property of the Cherokee Nation. through their properly accredited committee. . T). and is hereby. 1883.00) per annum.

Principal Chief. Compiled Laws of the Cherokee Nation. 1883. Be it enacted by the National Council. Article 11. Compiled Laws. in his office.~)5 AN A C T to repeal Section 41. Approved December 7. That the place of holding court in Delaware District. 1. a secretary. D. BUSHYHEAD. 1883. That from and after the passage of this act the Treasurer shall be allowed. Ax ACT to remove a court house." situated about three and a half miles in an easterly direction from the mouth of " H o n e y Creek" in said District.ACT TO REMOVE A COURT HOUSE. Chapter 1. who shall be allowed a salary of five hundred dollars per annum. be and the same is hereby repealed. chapter 1. Be it further enaeted. be and the same is hereby removed to the spring. That sec- tion 41. That the building committees shall be authorized to sell the old court houses. commonly known as the " Yellow Spring. Be it enacted by the national Council. to be appointed by him. November 30. article 11. to the highest bidder after twenty days' notice shall have been given and the pro- . Concurred in with the following amendment : That the Judges be required to hold their respective courts at the old court houses until after the new ones heretofore provided for shall have been completed according to contracts made in pursuance of the law authorizing the building of new court houses : Provided. YV~.

15H

ACT TO KEJIOVE SEQUOYAH COURT-HOUSE.

ceeds of such sale t o be applied for t h e furnishing of
the new court houses, as aforesaid.
Approved December 6, 1883.
J). \V. B U S H Y H E A D ,
Principal Chief.
Whereas,

There are many persons who did not go

in person to draw or receive their " p e r capita" at the
late payment of 1883, on account of old age, sickness,
and other causes ; therefore.
Be it enacted by the National

Council,

That the

Treasurer be authorized, from and after the passage oí*
this act, to pay the same on the order of the person
or persons entitled.

All laws or parts of laws to the

contrary are hereby repealed.
Approved November 21, 1883.
D. \Y. B U S H Y H E A D ,
Principal Chief.
AN ACT to remove the court house in Sequoyah

Dis-

trict.
Be it enacted by the National Council,

That the

place for holding court in Sequoyah Dist., is hereby
removed.
Be it further enacted,

That the new court house

provided for by an act of the National Council approved November 1883, shall be erected at a place two
and a half miles south of the old court house, on a
certain mound well known, where the old Creek

" Su-

a-ka" cabin stood, there being plenty of good water
near by.

ACT TO APPOINP A DELEGATION.

Be it further enacted.

l.">7

That the Sheriff of Sequo-

yah District is hereby commanded to sell the old court
house to the highest bidder, for. cash, warrants or national certiiicates, at the regnlar term of the
Court, to convene on the 1st Monday in

Circuit

May. 1884,

and turn the proceeds of said sale over to the Treasurer, after deducting ten per cent, of the sum for his
services.
Be it further

enacted,

That the 3rd Section of

this act shall not take effect till after the

completion

of the new court house, herein provided for.
Approved December 7, 1883.
D. \Y. nrSHYFIKAI).
Principal Chief.

AN

A C T authorizing the appointment

of a Delega-

tion, etc.
Be it enacted by the National

Council,

That in

accordance with section 3, article (i, of the Constitution, there be a delegation appointed, to consist of two
persons, to represent' the Cherokee Nation
T

Government of the l nited

before the

States, at Washington, 1).

C , with such powers and upon such subjects as may
be conferred by law.
Be it further

enacted,

That the said delegation

shall be allowed a per diem of tive dollars ($.").()0) each,
and their necessary expenses.
Be it further enacted.

That the Principal Chief be

and he is hereby requested and required to accompany

1,">8

A JOINT RKSoLUTlON.

the delegation to Washington City, and to assist them
in the discharge of their duties,
approved December t>, 1^83.
1). W. B U S H Y H E A D ,
Principal Chief.

AN ACT providing a salary for the Deputy High Sheriff of the national Prison.
Be it enacted by the National Council,

That from

and after the passage of this act the pay of the Deputy High Sheriff of the National Prison shall be three
hundred dollars, and the Principal Chief is hereby directed to draw warrants upon the General

Fund in

the same manner as is already provided for the

pay-

ment of officers' salaries of this Nation.
Approved December 12, 1883.
I). W. B U S H Y H E A D ,
Principal Chief.

JOINT RESOIATION

of the National Council approving

the bond of Henry Chambers, National Treasurer
elect.
Be it enacted by the National Council,

That the

bond of Henry Chambers, Treasurer elect, as presented to the National Council according to law, be and
the same is hereby approved.
Approved November 20, 1883.
D. W. BUSHYHEAD,
Principal Chief.

for the payment of all damages to cjtizens of the Cherokee Nation from the operation of said road through the Cherokee Nation. Be it enacted by the National Council. in conformity with the bond of said railroad. W. 1). therefore. and approved by S. . be and the same are hereby dissolved. McFarlin and Nettie McFarlin. Whereas. citizen of the United States.ACT PROVIDING FOR SUITS AT LAW. to the adjudication of the courts of the Cherokee Nation. file in the office of the Secretary of the Interior of the United States its bond. Kirkwood. passing through the Cherokee Nation. Principal Chief. That the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing between Geo. on the 18th of March. 1*82. and Nettie McFarlin is hereby authorized to assume her maiden name of Nettie Thorn. McFarlin. W. did in said bond agree to submit all claims against said railroad. which bond was approved by the said Secretary on the 3rd day of April. and Nettie McFarlin. 1882. 159 AN ACT dissolving the bonds of matrimony between George W. Approved December 3. for damages as aforesaid. and Whereas. on the 3rd day of April. Said Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. 1882. AN ACT providing. The Atlantic and Pacific Railroad did. through its authorized agents. BUSHYHEAD. executed on the 18th day of March. Secretary of the Interior of the Tinted States. 18-2. J. 1883.for suits at law against the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad.

That all claims or complaints of citizens of the Cherokee Nation against the Atlantic and Pacific Kailioad for damages. BCSI1 AHEAD. shall be brought by summons in the Circuit Court of the District wherein said damages may have been done. YV. that ing under this act shall civil suitt-> in service in all suits arisbe liad upon the Section Master in the employ of the road over iho section wherein the alleged damages may have been upon the nearest Station done.S. I). Train Master. to either person or property in the construction and operation of the said Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. Be it enacted lr\ tlie National Council. within the limits of the Cherokee Nation.) [Introductory clause or preamble the same in substance as in act of > s 2 .1(50 T> T STRT T CT1JS*G AXD K M P m V K R I N U DELEIiATldX.'Î. or upon any Conductor. (1. instructing. as is provided for other said courts. Bell and -Ino. provided. That executions to s¡tísf\ any judgment decreed under this act shall be against any or all property of the Atlantic and Pacific Rail- road. and all such suits shall be subject to the same rules and regulations of the courts. Ax ACT instructing the Delegation to Washington Cit\ (lions. IS.the delegation that year. Schrimsher. Principal Chief. or Agent of said railroad. within the Cherokee Nation. Be it further enacted. Lucian I>. Approved December S.] oí . or Special Agent of said road.

1.J SEC. SEC. also—"That it sliall be the imparative duty of tlie said delegation to maintain the laws and acts from which the Cherokee Nation derives its revenue.INSTRUCTING AND EMPOWERING DELEGATION. [Same in substance as 1st clause of Sec. Gth of the said act of 1882. 2. 7. That in case any of the Delaware tribe of Indians. 8.] SEC. the delegation are hereby ed to render to such of instruct- persons all the assistance they can.] SEC. resident in the "Cherokee Nation. [Same in substance as Section 2nd of the act of 1882—but omitting reference to Court Bill of Senator Yest. Be it further enacted. who are now residing within the limits of the Cherokee Nation. [Provisions same in substance as in Sec. of the act of lKx2. sliall desire to draw out their pro rata share of the funds invested by the Delawares with the Government tlie Tnited States. [Same in substance as 2114 clause of Sec- tion (ith of the act of 1S82. JÜ1 [Same in substance as Section 1st of act oí 1882. 3rd of act of 1882.] SEC. 0."». 3. consistent with their other duties. .] SEC. excepting the reference made to the authority given by Congress to tlie Secretary of the Interior to investigate claims against the Nation.J SEC. j [Same as Section 7th of the act of 1882. oth.] SEC. 4 [Providing the same as Sec. And they are also instructed to render to the Sliawnees." any as- 11 .

"HtO. to use their best efforts to have the obligations of the Kith article of the Cherokee treaty of July tilth. represent and defend her.1<!2 O'S'rarCTINCÍ AND EyíPOWKKlN'U sistanee in the DKnKGATION. to pay the " p e r d i e m " allowance and necessary . in the interest of the Cherokee Nation. That the following sums are hereby appropriated on account of said delegation : 1st. That the said delegation are further instructed and empowered to meet and.July lí)th. and report to the National "Council at its next regular session a full and complete statement in detail of all moneys paid by the I'nited States to the Cherokee Nation. INili. or to any of its eiti/ens under the \arious treaties heretofore made between the United States and the Cherokee Nation.OOi or so mnoh thereof as mas be necessary. lXtHi. And they are further instruetrd. Be it further enacted. and in all matters pending. Be it further enacted. or that may arise. as provided for by the 22nd article of the treaty of . That said delegation ¡ire hereby instructed to examine the accounts of the Cherokee Nation -with the United States. repealed. ^. to defend all the matters that may arise against her. The sum of four thousand fi\e hundred dollars. Be it further enacted.. settlement of any unsettled business they may have with the Govt rnmeut of the United States'. in reference to the settlement by friendly Indians of the Cherokee lands west of the With meridian. and to zealously defend and guard all her rights under law and treaty.

That the Principal Chief be and he is hereby authorized to draw his warrant upon . For pay of clerk-hire to examine accounts of moneys paid to the Cherokee Xation by the States. To pay necessary expenses of the Principal Chief. a notice that all contracts made by any authority representing the Clx'i'okee Nation. eight -hundred dollars.700. or to any of its citizens under the United treaties. The sum of one thousand dollars for print- ing. Be it further enacted. while necessarily absent on their mission. advertising and contiugent^expenses—and the said delegation shall make a report of till their proceedings to the regular session of the National Council of the Cherokee Nation in Xo\ ember. 2nd. as such special attorney. Phillips. in all matters and questions which may arise either before Congress or the departments. or for the collection of money due on said lands. That said delegation are hereby instructed to file in the office of* the Secretary of the Interior and Commissioner of Indian Affairs. for the sale of the lands of the Cherokee Nation west of the Arkansas River. 4th. líe it further enacted. are hereby repealed and void.INSTKrCTIXG AND EMPOWERING DELEGATION. That the Special Attorney of the Cherokee Nation. with any person. 163 expenses of said delegation. Be it furtlier enacted.00). \V. lira. shall act with and by direction of the delegation—authorized by the provisions of this act. INSI. Hon. A. and affecting the interests of the Cherokee Nation. one thousand seven hundred dollars (£1.

1883. • Be it further enacted. That the above amount shall pa. That the sum of four thousand and seventy-eight dollars be and the same is hereby appropriated to pay the expenses of the C H E R O K E E ADVOCATE for the fiscal year ending third Monday in November. not later than October liOili of each year. W. A N ACT in relation to Public Printing. ' D. reports and Council. Approved December 15. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to issue preferred warrants in favor of the editor : Provided. BUSHYIIEAD. That all former instructions to any delegation whatever. to consist of blanks for the various District bills for the National officers. before the first Monday in November. That the Principal Chief shall furnish to the editor. Be it enacted by the National Council. be a'»d the same are hereby repealed. for the information of the National Council—the said reports to be translated and the English and printed in Cherokee languages. and said warrants shall be preferred. not otherwise ap- propriated. all reports of officers making reports through him. to pay the amounts hereby appropriated as specified by the provisions of this act.164 ACT IN RELATION TO PI'BLTC PRINTING. 1884. and a sufficient number prepared . any moneys in the National Fund. Principal Chief.\ for all public printing. Be it further enacted. and blanks for the Ex- ecutive Office.

Boudinot. and kept in the national safe subject to use whenever ordered' by the Principal Chief. Starr. and all officers failing to make their annual reports to the Principal Chief on or before October 10th. Be it further enacted. Foreman. That the Cherokee mattrix now deposited in the tjpe foundry at St. subject to the order of the editor of the ADVOCATE. W. Be it further enacted. Wofford. T. without further pro- ceeding.ACT IN RELATION TO PUBLIC PRINTING. 55 00 Frank'Pack. of each year. 25 00 . in pamphlet-form in each language for 165 distribution among the members of tue National Council. That the sum of two hun- dred and thirty dollars be appropriated out of the General Fund not otherwise appropriated to pay the following persons the sums set oposite their names. Be it further Cherokee enacted. Geo. £50 00 Will Leoser. Louis. and the Principal Chief is hereby authorized to issue a warrant accordingly. CHEROKEE be turned over to the Treasurer. Be it further enacted. shall be suspended from office. That thirty dollars be and is hereby appropriated out of the General Fund for the benefit of Cale W. by the Principal Chief for a failure to discharge the duties of their offices. That citizens who read only shall receive the ADVOCATK free of charge. ¿0 00 • 50 00 E. C.

1883: That if in the judgment of the Principal Chief it is desirable. Louis Type Foundry or other safe place to the credit of the Clierokee Nation. W. Approved December 11. r S H Y I I E A D . and the Principal Chief is authorized to draw warrants preferred accordingly.166 ACT O RELATION TO PUBLIC PRINTING. he may cause the Mattrix hereinbefore mentioned to be placed in the St. D. P . 1883. subject to the order of the Principal Chief. Concurred with the following' amendment Decem- ber 11th. . Principal Chief.

"1881. On page 15 read No\ ember 18. ''1880» instead of November 18." On page 101 read '"appointed" instead of "appropriated.ERKATA." .

.

PAGE.J CSI -L-) p i^XlL A W S OF 1881. Leoser Expenses of extra session National Council ADVOCATE. APPROPRIATIONS. A. Phillips 10 To expenses of ' ' A d v o c a t e " 16 warrant IS pay Making Expenses preferred of Auditor's Office IS Salaries of Seminary teachers IS To assist Henry Eift'ert 19 Claims registered by Auditor 20 Support of Prison 24 Asylum 25 Support the National of the insane To pay claims against the (reneral Fund 27 For North Carolina Clierokees 29 Expenses of the National Council To pay Mrs. 16 A p propriating 21 CITIZENSHIP. Jennie Sixk'ller For stationery of Executive Office To pay Mrs. I. 30 33 34 34 34 Relating to • ACCOUNTS AGAINST SCHOOL FUND. I). Making two warrants preferred 15 To pay \V. Misapplication of 12 school 41 . Admitting to FUNDS.

10 relating t o education . Authorizing disposal of Providing a committee to consider 7 42 L A W S OF 1882.'57 Granting lease of Saline to J."> WALNUT LOGS SEIZED..> In relation to walnut logs 7 For portection of the public domain 10 LAWS—(Î EX ERAL. Granting a divorce 37 Allowing one year to R.... Authorizing to ]. APPROPRIATIONS. Thompson " Insane Asylum «0 02 .. INTRUDERS.170 INDEX. In reference to 40 LAWS—PEN A I.. P>. Scales 39 Providing for a Delegation «'39 Establishing Mission Home at Bluejacket's .. For the National Prison " relief of J ."»U RESOLUTIONS. In reference to the " O l d Settlers" 40 3¡S Principal Chief to recover misapplied funds 41 To appoint Joint-committee on walnut timber. 42 TRADE. Harris 37 Relief of Madison Sanders . A. In reference to Intruders. 42 Instructing the Delegation 43 Amending chapt. Act ¡unending drovers tax *.

" adjourn " s i n e d i e " LAWS PENAL.. Providing stationery for Appropriating contingent expenses of GEXERAL FUND. Admitting to CENSUS ROLLS.. Council and Ex. In case of conviction to be attached to tine. APPROPRIATIONS Continued.. on Claims. " the Cherokee Advocate " International " Expenses Extra Session National Council... Commissioners To pay claims registered by Com. Authorizing printing of COMPILED LAWS.. To prevent monopoly of public domain .... COST OF SUIT. Office. Authorizing certain persons to be added to. Authorizing to purchase (K)O copies CITIZENSHIP. '• pay claims registered by the Auditor BILLS.. To translate and print bills " inquire as to small-pox.INDEX.. To he made monthly EXECUTIVE OFFICE. " S t r i p " fuuds to be added to J O I N T RESOLUTIONS. ESTIMATES AND REQUISITIONS. For the Public schools " Expenses of Nat.

Laws Authorizing purchase of copies of laws Providing for Delegation 70 78 82 S. . 78 Granting a divorce to Emma Dunn Removing a precinct For relief of sufferers from small-pox To place certain persons on census rolls " prevent depredations on timber Providing for a commission Instructing the Delegation Joint liesolntion No. A. Com. 7. Required to be made and paid monthly <>4 SMALL-PON..a divorce between Love and Love. Phillips In relation to towns To amend sec. Com. Authorizing lease west of 100^' 04 OFFICERS. chapt. <SS.. Laws."{ 8+ 93 04 0t» 07 100 101 MONOPOLY. LAWS GENERAL.."> To provide for vaccination Authorizing' lease of Cherokee Outlet west 100w To continue services of W. 10.. 12. art. -57. 78 Granting. Resolution to inquire about 77 Relieving sufferers 70 from Providing for vaccination against \). chapt. 78 Granting a divorce between Shaw and Shaw. Increasing salaries of Made responsible for their appointees 100 08 Shall not pledge the National credit REQUISITIONS.172 INDEX. art.i . 12. To amend see. To prevent 56 OUTLET CHEROKEE.

ÍNDEX. Made part of General Fund 70 TOWNS—IX RELATION TO RAILROAD. To pay indebtedness of Asylum 129 To support Insane Asylum To build court houses 131 To buy stationery for Auditor 133 To re-imburse I). 173 " S T R I P " FUND. Lipe (treasurer) Providing contingent expenses of Executive Dpt. APPROPRIATIONS. Duty of Sheriff to destroy 37 When lawful 57 LAWS OF 1883.. on Claims.. Gibson and Tahlequah included 97 TRADE. Ft. " pay claims registered by Com. To prevent depredations upon 82 W I R E FENCES. on Claims " " expenses. To pay expenses of Regular and Special sessions of the National Council 124 To pay claims registered by the Auditor 127 To pay claims registered by Com. W. of May session of 1883 (National Council) " " obligations of the Delegation " " expenses of Delegates 135 136 . Authorizing' persons to 60 TIMBER. " stationery for public service To support the National Prison 134 .

art. A u t h o r i z i n g t h e Chief t o s u e upon 10S Approving' t h e T r e a s u r e r ' s (Chambers) l. ol' collections by 11. Authorizm»' s u i t s AUENT r . Sec. 28. cliapt. BONDS.">8 CLERKS. not to made i m p r o v e m e n t s COLLECTORS—OF PCHLIC Chief to compel FINDS. settlements C H E R O K E E LIVE STOCK los from 10!» ASSOCIATION. Chief r e q u i r e d to notify for AMENDING. 12. \ o k e e Claim u " small-pox a c c o .''» P r o v i d i n g to s u m m o n claimants of (by default). APPROPRIATIONS Continued. against for damages 1Ô1» "claimants" IOS s. Allowed M per cent... liH. DISTRICT. Phillips " '* " " a s s i s t a n t counsel ) N o r t h Carolina Cherwitnesses.. K. Compiled Laws 151 Act a u t h o r i z i n g lease of Outlet west of 100». 107 Heipiirinji p r e s e n t a t i o n " i m m e d i a t e l y " of claims to Claimants of.174 1M)KX. A.n t s " support the Public S c h o o l s CIO P>7 A T L A N T I C & P A C I F I C R. To pay e x p e n s e s of t h e Principal Chief k ' " a t t o r n e y . Admitting to 12. W .'} Of TabliMpiab to t r y offenses against t h e p e a c e 121 CITIZENSHIP. (¿ranting lease of l a n d s to 112 .

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