331 to 333. Repealed.
Allotments to Indians not residing on reservations.
Extension of provisions as to allotments.
Allotments to Indians making settlement.
Allotments in national forests.
Tribes excepted from certain provisions.
Extension of certain provisions.
Power to grant rights-of-way not affected.
Removal of Southern Utes to new reservation.
Correction of errors in allotments and patents.
Cancellation of allotment of unsuitable land.
Actions for allotments.
Proceedings in actions for allotments.
Limitations of actions for lands patented in severalty under treaties.
Patents to be held in trust; descent and partition.
Extension of trust period for Indians of Klamath River Reservation.
Patents in fee to allottees.
Surrender of patent, and selection of other land.
Patents with restrictions for lots in villages in Washington.
Cancellation of trust patents within power or reservoir sites.
Cancellation of patents in fee simple for allotments held in trust.
Partial cancellation; issuance of new trust patents.
Reimbursement of allottees or heirs for taxes paid on lands patented in fee before end of trust.
Sections inapplicable to certain tribes.
Lands not liable for debts prior to final patent.
Laws applicable to lands of full-blooded members of Five Civilized Tribes.
Allowance of undisputed claims of restricted allottees of Five Civilized Tribes.
Condemnation of lands under laws of States.
Repeal of statutory provisions relating to survey, classification, and allotments which provide for repayment out of Indian moneys.
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Description of Change
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