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[COMMITTEE PRINT]


AMERICAN INDIAN POLICY

REVIEW COMMISSION



APPENDIXES TO THE

FINAL REPORT

TASK FORCE No. 9

LAW CONSOLIDATION, REVISION,
AND CODIFICATION



VOLUME TWO


Of Two


Legal Interns:
EDWARD V. I
JOHN SAXON
CAROLINE Dc
AUDIE CROSS
DOMINIQUE I
WAYNE WHI
JOHN RUBY


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PETER S. TAYLOR, Chairman
YVONNE KNIGHT, Member
F. BROWNING PIPESTEM, Member
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KARL A. FUNKE
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AMERICAN INDIAN POLICY REVIEW COMMISSION

Senator JAMES ABOUREZK, South Dakota, Chairman
Congressman LLOYD MEEDS, Washington, Vice Chairman


Senator LEE METCALF, Montana
Senator MARK HATFIELD, Oregon
Congressman SIDNEY I. YATES. Illinois
Congressman SAM STEIGER. Arizona


JOHN BORBRIDGE, Tlingit-Haida
LOUIS R. BRUCE. Mohawk-Sioux
ADA DEER, Menominee
ADOLPH lDIAL, Lumbee
JAKE WHITECROW, Quapaw-Seneca-Cayuga


ERNEST L. STEVEUNS, Oneida, Executire Director
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APPENDIXES
Page
I. Master Charts -------------------------------------I
II. Exhibits ----------------------------------------147
III. Cross Reference Tables ----------------------------497
IV. Distribution Tables -------------------------------635
V. Subject Matter Breakdown of Title 25 -----------------763
VI. Correspondence ----------------------------------995




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APPENDIX I

MASTER CHART OF TITLE 25 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE,
CONSOLIDATION AND REVISION ANALYSIS


















A P P E N D I X N 0. 1


Master Charts*





*These charts constitute an analysis of every Section in Title 25 U.S. Code, with our recommendation

for retention, amendment, consolidation or repeal. The column titled "Chart Classification" indicates our

placement of the particular section in our proposed Code realignment. Notes in the column titled "Task

Forcu Comment"include our analysis with references to back up papers in Part VI or other Parts of the

Report which support or amplify on our charted comment.

Two exhibits appear at the back of this Appendix:

(1) A letter from the Task Force Chairman and Task Force Specialist regarding publication of Interior

Department Solicitor's Opinions under the requirements of Section 1341 of this Title, and

(2) A list prepared by Mr. Ralph Reeser, Office of Legislative Development, Bureau of Indian Affairs

identifying various Code sections as apparently obsolete. This list is referred to frequently in this Master

Chart Appendix.















TITI 25 .S C. TNSO)IDATI()N AND REVISION ANALYSI





Ch1~.I l Buea I Ina A~r3

Fe1. Adm. Ch. I


Fe d. Adm. Ch. 1 X


Ti k I' r


re (note) .



Fed. Adm. Baki[




Fed. Adm. 3ac'kup
(Consolidate wit


P u r r~t i i

~1,


r ~:


I ~i or


P ~
h 1341)


4. Ft'I.


Fed.
(x r


6. Fed.



7. Fed.


8. FAd.


Adm.


Adm.
ef to


Adm.


Adm.


Adm.


- Ch. 1


- ('h. i
Larnds)



- Ch. 1


- Ch. I


- Ch. 6


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper
FConsolidate with 25 UJ. .. 11


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper






Fed, Adm. Backup Paper


I .


Fed.


Fed.


Fed.


Adm.



Adm.


- Ch.


- Ch.


- Ch.

















Sec.


TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION AND REVISION ANALYSIS


Retain Repal Amend Consolidate


Task Force Comment


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper






Fed. Adm. Backup Paper


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper


Chart Classification


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1
(x ref to Misc. ch.I)


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Ch. 8


Fed. Adm. Ch. 8


Tribal Funds; -
Ch. I

Fed. Adm. Ch. 7


9


10


11



12


13


13a


14


15


16-20





21


i- Ch 2 I 2 ors of rIiin Aft airs


zoped'led


1966


Consolidatv with 159. See not e
that section


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TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION AN[D REVISION ANALYSIS


Chl t Cl I Ificatiol


ReIae led


Re I I in


(onsIol Iat e


Task Forc Comment


1966


Omitted from Code




Omitted i"f Code


t(;ect ion omitted from Co~de as
obsle1te) See Reeser 1st.



(Sect ion omitted from Code as
obsolete) See Reeser ist


Fed. Adm. Backup~ PaperI. Sect io
is obsolete,


Fed. Adm. Baickup Paper. Section
is obsolete.


Not cIi~tr ted


Not charted


Re ealed


27 Omitted from Code



28- 31 R; ea Ied


Section omitted from Code as
obso()let e


1966


Omitted from 'ode


Section omitted from Code as
obsolete.


25a


19 66


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...........


See.


1"I I (,.I I


A:mend '

















Chart Classification


TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION AND REVISION ANALYSIS


Ret a I I Amend Consolidate..


Task Force Comment


Fed. Adm.


Repealed


Repealed


Fed. Adm.


Repealed


Repealed


Repealed


Fed. Adm.


Ch. I


x


1966


1 96 6


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper.









Fed. Adm. Backup Paper.


- Ch. I


1966


1930


1966


x (?)


- Ch. I


Not char ted


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper. Chart
comment recommends consolidation
with Sec. 02, 63.


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper. Section
is; obsolet e.


Ped. Adm. Backup Paper. Sect ion
is obsolete.


Not chart ed


Sec.


4 la














TIT E5 U.S.C. CNSOIl DATIh)N 8 EIS ION ANALYST


Chart Classification


Reta in


1


I I ; -,


1966


Re pea led


Not charted


Fed. Adr.




Fed. Adm.




Fed. Admn.


- Ch. 5


- Ch. 5


- Ch. 5


mrerged with 25 u... 47?


Fed. Adm. Ba ckup P p r. Chrt

m < r e i t h ... 4 .


Fed. Aldi. Backup PI v r. <' a
uI'ofl~eft rec' ': 5]d I : 1 a
mierged with 25 U'.:. 472


Fed. AdT. Backu[: Pij<.uCr
comment recommnendsI [atrial
repeal Is mlerged wi th 25 U..
472


Fed. Adin.


Fed. Adm. Ch. 5


Repea led


1932


1964


50 Repealed


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Chart Classification


TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Retain Repeal Amend Consolidate


Task Force Comment


Repealed


Repealed


Repealed


Fed. Adm.


Repealed


Repealed


Fed. Adm.


Fed. Adm.


Fed. Adm.


1972


1972


1972


- Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper.


1966


1966


51


52


52a


53


54


55


56


57


58


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper.


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper.


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper. The Act
of 9/6/66 constituted a partial
repeal.


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper.


Reeser list.


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Sec.


- Ch. 1


- Ch. 1


- Ch. 1











TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Class ification


Retain


Amend


Consolidate


Ta ~k For 'c '~mrent


Fed. Adm. Bckup Piapr.


- Ch. 1


- Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Repealed


X(?)


x(?)


Consolidate with Secs. 40 and
63. Consider repeal as obsolete
and unnecessary, See Fed. Adm.
Backup Paper cogent to Secs.
40 and 63.


Consolidate with~ -, 40 and
62. Considecr repeal as obsolete
and unnecessary. See Fed. Adm.
Backup Paper comment to Secs.
40 and 62.


Section is obsolete and unnecessary


Section is bsolete and unnecessary


Fed. Adm, Backup Paper.


1966


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Fed. Admn. Backup Paper and Chart
comment. Consolidate 68 and 68a
See also comment to 87a.


Sec.


Fed. Adm.


Fed. Adm.


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Re, peanl
















TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification



Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper and Chart
comment. Consolidate 68 and 68a.
See also comment to 87a.


69 Open


Title 25 Chapter 2A Indian Claims Commission


70-70w Fed. Adm. Ch. 9


Not dealt with for purposes of
amendment, repeal, etc. The Task
Force does recommend relocation in
newly aligned Code. See Final Re-
port Part VI, Chapter 9. We fur-
ther recommend that the life of this
Commission and the statue of limita-
tions be extended.


Title 25 Chapter 3 Agreements with Indians


Not charted


See Final Report, Part VI,
Chapter 1 (B).


X Reeser list.


Not charted


73-80 Open


Sec.



68a


I.














TIr L t ~ I). 'KC roI~o .d r, io I. Hev o.Au


Chart CIass if icati on


Pet La I


R1~ea 1.


Iluu l id


Con.o1 id It e


1 sk I :(rce Co,_ ent


25t1 (1- Chapter 3 ,Aeii t, wit I, I ndi a s
Contracts with Indians


Fed. Adm. Ch. 3
Juris Fed. Civ.
.x ref to Tribal Funds -
Ch. 1)


F d. Adm. BackuI Paper. T2 k ore
p roposes that Irovision for ]odi i ii
proceedlings; be codi fied In Ch. 9 tf
ne wly aligneid Code. Cros reference e
to SS 177, 450(f), 476. Also consol-
idate SS 84, 85 with substantive pro-
visions of this Section, Aiend this

ection to provide that tibes an
override a Secretarial veto. Secre-
tary's trust obligation is to provide
full and adequate advice to tribes be.
fore they decide. After tribal over-
ride, hib trust obligation isi to prt-
vide full and adequate technical a's-
t -I t anIe and advice


Fed. Adrn. Ch. 3

Fed. Adm. Ch. 3


Fed. Admn. Backoip Paper.


Misc. Ch. i (x ref Fed
Adin. Ch. 3)


Re pea l ed


1948


Fed. Aidm. Ch. 3


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper. See Charts,
recommendation to eonso lidate Sees.
81, 84, 85.

See Charts recommendation to con-
solidate Secs. 81, 84, 83.


Fed. Adm. Ch. 3


8la-b


82 a


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TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification



Misc. Ch. 1
(x ref to Lands -
Allotments and Funds -
Ch. 1)


Repe" led


Retain


Iea l


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


1948


Not charted


This is entirely redundant to
Sec. 68a being a repetition of
the same language from the same
statute.


88 Fed. Adm. -- Ch. 6


89-90 Open


Title 25 Chapter 4- Performance by U.S. of Obliqations to Indians: Purchase of Supplies.


Not charted


Omitted from Code as superceded
by 41 U.S.C. S 5. See Ilistorical
Note.


Omitted from Code as superceded
by 4] U.S.C. 5. See Historical
Note.


Not charted


93 Re pea I ed


Sec.


87a


1940

















hat CIass fics tin






Repea led


Fed. Adm. Ch. 6


Fed. Aim. Ch. 6


Fed. Adm. Ch. 6


Fed. Adm. Ch. 6


Repealed


Not charted


T urLE: 2' U.S CONSOI IDATION & REVISION ANALYSISC


1930


1939


x


x


x


94


95


96


97


98


99


100


101


Not charted


T ~k I ~r ~ X nu~~ut


Fed. Adm. Icku Per i-


Fed. Ad Backup Paper


Fed. AIm. Bckup Paer.


Fed. Aim. Bakup Piper,





Sufficient Iuthsrits Uxi for
padynent of these serv~c
Sect ion is ob ;olete. Se Reeser
11 st of obso let e p ro)visio


Sufficient authority exists for
payment of these services.
Section is obsolete. See Reeser
list of obsolete provisions.


1951


x


102















Chart Classification


TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Retain R_ a] Amend Consolidate


Task Force Comment


Repealed


Fed. Adm. Ch. 5


Open


- Chapter


Fed. Adm.


Fed. Adm.


Fed. Adm.


Fed. Adm.


Fed. Adm.


Fed. Adm.


1930


x


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper. Consider-
ation for repeal or merger with
Sections 47 and 472 is recommended.


4 -Performance by U.S. of Obli iJt-ions to Indians: 1 ,is:bur:;ement of Monies and Suppl ies


- Ch. 10 X This provision appears to be
obsolete. Confirm with BIA.


- Ch. 10 X Fed. Adm. Backup Paper


- Ch. LO X Fed. Adm. Backup Paper


- Ch. 10 X TPhis provision appears to be
obsolete. Check with BIA.


- Ch. 10 X This provision appears to be
obsolete. Check with BIA.


- Ch. 10 X 'Phis provision appears to be
obsolete. Check with BIA.


Sec.


105-110


Title 25


iii


112


113


114


115


116















Chart CIa ,f icat ion



Fd, Adm. Ch. 10


117


f! Ct 1 I : K t da


r vi i
ii ~ht ~f 1
~ F~ d. A I:~
, x~ lao il i a,


i~
i I
Ii~ *Ifr ~ I h r
A 1 1 ~u.


Fed. Adm. Ch. 10


Tribal Fund, Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. !B kt w ; ip


Cro rIf, rencf t o t
S~cti~ n 4 7 to re flect umpact o
t ribal con' et r : I irien


Misc. Ch. 2
(x ref Tribal Funds -
Ch. 1)


Tribal Funds Ch. I


TPhis section hul b revi I t
I *cN mod at upit 'et of <]urd ii
n invvement ofT tribe >'e S 47>


Tribal Funds Ch. I


Tribal Funds Ch. 1
(x ref. Misc. Ch. 1)


Task Fore rec'" mndu "od fct!~

range of tribal options. Also
consolidate Sc. 12VI, 12b, 124,
125 with this sect ion. With con-
solidation of S 124 the exclusion
of ap1icat ion of Section 111 to
the Five Civilized Tribecs can be
dropped. Cross reference to S 5
See Task Force notes that section.


119


120


121


122


121


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TITLE 25 U .S.C. C;O!NSOLDATIO & PEVISION ANALYSIS


P1 "A I a.


Am-.no


Re ai n


Is Foi ,r ,


Sec.


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TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification



Tribal Funds Ch. 1


Sec.



123a






123b


Misc. Ch. 1


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


This section should be consolidated
with Sec. 123 with reference to
provisions of Sec. 476 requiring
tribal consent. See comment to
Sec. 123.


Consolidate with Sec. 123. See
note that section.


Consolidate with Sec. 123. See
note in that section.


Consolidate with Sec. 123. See
note in that section.


Omitted from Code as obsolete.
See also Reeser list.


Provision is obsolete. See also
Reeser list.


Fed. Adm. Backup paper and Reeser
list.


Misc Quapaw


Omitted from Code



Not Charted


Not Charted


Not Charted


Provision is obsolete.
Reeser list.


Not Charted


See also


Provision is obsolete. See also
Reeser list.


Tribal Funds Ch. 1


124


125


126


127


128


129


130















Chart css if icat ion


Ret i ReT 11


CONS;OI IDATION & REVI:S 'ION ANALYSIS


Amend (Consolidat e


CAre -


Nt Chairted


Fed. Adm. -


Not Ch arted


131


13-2


Ch. i0


Not Charted


Fed. Ar. -


Not Charted



Not Charted


Ch. 10


Not Charted


FedI. Ad:-. I ck I Ppr


Provisin! bo ,t, e








also R ,s i i ist
Fed. Adm. liackup Paper




PeeSr I iee














This provision i obsoete.See
also Reese'r list.


This provision is obsolete, See
also Reeser list.


134


Tisk Force


135


136


137


138


139


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TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


This provision is obsolete.
also Reeser list.


Not Charted


See


This provision is obsolete. See
also Reeser list.


Repealed


Repealed


Repealed


1928


1954


1928


Tribal Funds Ch. 2


The Task Force questions the
current validity of this Section.
See particularly the Historical
Note to this Section and Sec. 8
Title 25.


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper and Reeser
list.


This provision is ohsolote. See
also Reeser list.


Not Charted


Not Charted


Sec.


140


Not Charted


142


143


144


145


146


147


I.A















TITL, 25 [ .S.C. ON7 TI, I NATION AND REVIS ION ANAIY :'


irt '1 if i xit ion


Ved, A Irn. 1


I t t i ii


R: j!ed


M :,a1 it ,


Task 1 <:! 'r : :


1 K~ Pa ~


t h d


149- 1SK Open


Tit le 25 Chj ter 4 Per mance I .. nf Ub. it a t ion to hnd ians: j. .t Care and Inv-t.e..t of hInd ian M Tie


Tr i Fb 1 und s C h. 1


The FedieralI Adm, F iackup ; i[r
1 ecouinnrdf r, e ii f t e: <
a per 'eied by 5 t,,. A ::1 e:
re IdI n of t fhese t~wo 2: c wit-
out referen e to1 leis1lat iw ?
t r' do e riot so[ r t t~h e it ''
ctinc~u( in. The Ta k For{: r -
mrnends' this section ie arended
to contorm~ to the 1)50 Ieorq al-

Paqe r) and t at: it t' or consolidated with S 162a iii
accord with the Task For ce notes
to that section. In adliti nthe


idai with this cc~ 1I ia ~1


tD 151.















TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION


Chart Classification



Tribal Funds Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Ch. 8


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


This section should also be con-
solidated with new 161, 161a-d,
162a in accord with Task Force
notes to Section 162a. This
section is already amended by
Sec. 154 (see cross-reference
note to Sec. 152) a portion of
which should also be consolidated
with 162a.

The Task Force questions whether
this section is obsolete. Check
with B.I.A.


Task Force notes that this section
amends section 152. The two
sections should be consolidated
with each other and then consoli-
dated with 161 or 162a. See
Task Force notes to those sections.


Tribal Funds Ch. 2
(x ref. Lands-General)


Sec.


152


153


& REVISION ANALYSIS














TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


hrt C lssificait ion


Tril FuE ndsi C7h. 1


Re tai1n


1ee


Amend


(ons;ol I d te


Ti k F r ~ > t're' t


Sect ion 142 referred to n this
sec tion has been repealIed.
ect ion 123 referred to Iaces
limits on the uhe tO which t.~ e
IMPL funds nay b e ut. Task Force
note to 123 reconrend revision
that sect ion and conz1 it i t
123a, 12Tb, 124 and 12 As re-
vised those secti ns oud be
consolidated or brought together
with th is sect ion 155 to reveal
the correct scheme of this IMPL -
tribal account.

Thi; section I55 should be revi-
sed to clarify exactly what nr,,s
it is intended to cover, and to
provide for tribal consent to
selection of banking de1,sitories
and fund manag1ement in accord with
the basic thrust of S 476.

Finally the financia! manage-
ment of monies deposited under
this section 15 covered by
161a-d and is the subject )f cri-
ticism in our Task Force backup
paper Deposit and Investment of
Indian Moneys.













TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Not Charted


Repeal



Delete


Misc. Ch. 1
(x ref. Tribal Funds -
Ch. 1)


Not Charted


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


Sec.



155a


Tribal Funds Ch. 1


This section has been merged
into present Sec. 155.


Task Force recommends that consi-
deration be given to consolidation
of this section with S 152 as
amended by 154, and 161 regard-
ing deposit of moneys. We believe
such consolidation would reflect
current practice. Check with BIA.


Provision is obsolete. See also
Reeser list.


The Task Force questions the
current validity of this statute.
Its requirements appear to be
covered in 161 and 162a.
Note that 158 provides on inter-
est rate of 5% and 161 the rate
"prescribed by treaties or law,"
and 162 interest at normal
commercial rates. Inquiry as to
accounts and practices should be
made before this section is revised


156


157


158

















TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYI


Chart Classification


Petain


POPea 1


Amend


Console idat e


P k EX a ce (~flnzT en t


Tribal Funds Ch. I


Tribal Funds Ch. I


Pr ib l Fund C. I


Sec. 14 of Title 25 u 1 e k on-
sol idate d with t his sect ion in a
for providin f, r tribally -
pointed guardians Not e th at fund P
depo)(sited under this sect ion draw
6 %.


Consider con olidati n with
Sect ion 1 I1


Consol idate % 161 xnd % 162a.
Sect ions 12, 154, 1 and 158
should also be cor-solidlated with
t hese sect ions. See Task Force
not es to those sect ions.

Sect ions 155 and 161a-dI relate
tO IMPL f qnds. Co iet audt
al1 consol idat ion to a compre hen-
sive qeneral statute. See D)epo it
and Investment Backup Pai er for
general discusson and recommenda-
t ions.


160


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TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Tribal Funds Ch. 1


Task Force Comment


Sec.



161a


Tribal Funds Ch. 1


161c Tribal Funds Ch. 1


Sections 161a-d are all part of
the same Act aimed specifically at
deposit and management of IMPL and
other tribal moneys. See Deposit
and Investment of Indian Moneys
Backup Paper.

These sections should be con-
solidated with section 155 in
accord with Task Force notes
thereto with amendment to provide
for tribal consent or control over
selection of depositories, etc.
See Sec. 476.

Note that these accounts draw
only 4% interest under the statute.
Amend interest provision.


See note to S 16]a. Funds under
this section draw only 4% simple
interest. Amend interest provi-
sion.


161b


X X


See note to S 161a.

























C ha t 1 1 t f ni !


Tribl Fun i Ch. 1


See note to 5 161a.


1938


Trib l Funds Ch. I


di ~ :. I
,t rruuit ~ I~, Ii ~', M ~
P~ ur, ( ~ Ii I
1 4, 1 u 1~b w~t~
Sq~u dI% ) t~ i ~ ~ I


~ii ~
I 2.
~ I
it 1


(Se 47 ), provde rv's'

brioade'r investmet auth ri t ,
etc., disc'use in~ b{ikup Paper
Seetj also notes to Ses 164 d
l65.


16 d


162


12a


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. ..... ............ .. ......


TITLE 25 U.S.C. CNO DA I N & VISION ANAL!S ",


Amend


Consolidate11 ,,


Re -t Ain"















TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


Tribal Funds Ch. 1













Tribal Funds Ch.l




Tribal Funds Ch. 1


Section 162 referred to in this
section was repealed in 1938
(Sec. 162a). The 1938 Act (Sec.
162a) is silent on segregation of
funds. The untrameled authority
of the Secretary is certainly
terminationist in tone and not
in accord with the philosophy
of the I.R.A. ( 461) et seq.
Unless the need for this section
can be justified, the Task Force
recommends repeal.


This section should be a part of
any general revision of Section
162a.


This section should be a part of
any general revision of Section
162a.


166-170 Open


Sec.


163













164




165


& REVISION ANALYSIS


x(?M
















TITI,[ 25 ,[ .' .(. CONS)IIIATPION & hVIS IN ANASYS CV


Tlitle 29$ n rr -Ito CtL inOf Indians


The "toI~ or intu~ let 'e" t~ u
Prusi junt in I tI Lit y f
tuet IOfl" i~, firmly r t ~d in
1 ud ic i i 1. d~ i ion ; n~ t t ~
StatUtu ~int1 it oxti~nd to 111
tnt u'~ iliko, nt Just th ~u

Ob~o1otu in I ;h ul I tu rel ua1~'i.

If thu ;o ~t i n i'~ nrt r~ oil. 1,
it h ul ~i 1 u ~r~or 1. d t~ r.4 1~
~enur ~ 1 it I i ii i I i im I r -
S 'CtUz)Iiditud wit~ .u ~. a
of Title 25.


See Ta k For ~u Ba 'kul Pi~ or n
At I rney re~'s ~ y Rot ert Pul "~ jur
Staff Attrney. Nit ive Amuri'in
Rights Fund.


R~t t in


Ae -'nd


C )fl '01 1 1 ito


hot.' ilul


Pu1 u dud


174


19 34


1934


1934


175


Juris. Representition


..........


Ch r Class , If,, ,Iation-:


t)<:' a I












TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification



Lands Reservations


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Lands Tribal


Juris. Fed. Civ.


Lands- General


Lands-General


Task Force Comment



Fed. Adm. Backup Paper


176


177


Lands-General
Descent and Distribution
Services


Lands General
Descent & Distribution


Sec.


This should be cross referenced
to Sec. 81. This section is
modified by subsequent statutes
authorizing sale and lease of
Indian lands with Secretarial
approval. Also cross reference to
450(f) and 476.

Fed. Adm. Backup Paper and chart
on Jurisdiction.


Cross reference to Sec. 201


Cross reference to Sec. 174.
This section is a more detailed
statement of the general duty of
protection in that section.


See Downey memo Legislative
Histories.




Provision is obsolete. See Downey
memo Legislative Histories.


178


179


180


182














TITLE 2 U.S.C. CNSO LIATION q AVIS TON ANALYSIS:


C h rt I I if i t io


Re1- 1 in


P4j e-i 1


Am(nd


(" -, , e1


,"I 1 k -, ..


Jur is d iction


1v idenc e


Pr~vi I n I 1~t
~o guc. 182.


1)~~cezit 6 1)i 4 r 11 it ion


Not Charted


A dm. Backup
1.ist.


RP eled


Fla1e r


anA I ,e 1:


1934


Not Chart ed


Fed. Adtn, Rick ~ I i~ er in I P~
11 t*


e I ed


e 1~d


1951


1951


Fed. Adr Ch. 7
Tx ret Tribal Lunds -
Ch. 1,


Thi 1 sectiofln should be aiendo d to
con form to t he recent amendmen t to
the Surp lus Property At PL K3-
599, 8t8 Star., 1954) .Additionally,
when V.. propertIy i Iuat ed n or
near is offered for saile rather
t han dix Vsed of under the qurplIus
Property Act, tribe should hive
a first right of purchase.


10 3


185


187


190


liii 111111111


Sec.












TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repealed


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


1951


Not Charted


Fed. Adm. Backup Daper and Reeser
list.


Juris. Procedure


Juris. Burden of Proof


Repealed


Natural Resources


Repealed


Services


Amend to strike "white person"
and substitute "non-Indian".


1953


See Timber Resources Backup
Paper. Ample authority already
exists under Secs. 406, 407.


1902


X (?)


The Task Force questions the
continued validity of this
section in view of the removal
of health services to Dept. of
H.E.W. (Act 8/5/54, 68 Stat. 674;
42 U.S.C. 2001).


Sec.


192


193


194


195


196


197


198















TIILE 25 U.S.C. CONOLiIDA1I & IIN ANALYST IS


ldrt Cl v it i


Re t in


M4 c. Ch. 1


Rep- jI


X (?)


Amend


:T k I Co! ,,: I


The Task FoI : t {n h

it rxay relat totI Sa Ck1ahomai. A~ccesf the U.5,
to recors o~ f the Fi've *Tr e
should be no Ire it r and n
Console i~idton of this s, c io
withL Setion 1I9 wit d. b tI n
of ref*'rence to te Fi'e Ti bis
specif~ ally would h elp tod lrify.
this inte~rp retatio n.


Misc. Ch.


Fed. Adv. Ch. I


Jurs. Fed. CiO.


Fed. Adm. P tkup Piper


Amnend to direct paymrent ofpea
1lies to the tribe es, no)t the U.S.


Lands -
(x ref.
Cr mm.)


Genera I
Iuins- Fed.


See also S 177


203-210 Open


S@ c.


199


199a


201


202


ConsolQ ida t ,













TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


- Chapter 6 Government of Indian Country and


Lands Reservation X


Repealed


Repealed


Repealed


Repealed


Repealed


Not Charted


Not Charted


Reservations


This section should either be
repealed or be consolidated
with Sec. 467


1948


1960


1948


1934


1948


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper


Sec.


Title 25


211


212-215


216


217,218


219-226


227-228


229


230






















I t ~.I III t'd I Aii~&r,~ I 'Ii V I- i~


S{[VI' ;- ]u i A [





Misc. ch. 5 x r f.

Starte Cr im.)


I 1 I~ ~~I''I I I


Ta ~' I i i '~ I VC 2 h I ~
1 1 ~ u~i b I ir i r
S. 2 1 iitz !~ I a.
I t ~ I t
with ws'r V'i! r 1 ~. I


I 2.
It


S Ch. .

Law tate Civ.)


I a '~' z ~

if ti Ii's I i' ~4~Y
~ t'


I t~
I ~
2,
I I i~


1 1
I .


1 948


Nut Cba:t~d


I'~ nforTn t( tril ii ~ t i r I i'~' i
wr it t en in I ~3 V.5. 11 4- iI~'
irid n 1 id it ~' I w it U t Iv ~' ; r v -
'~ii n'i in Tit 1&~ 18. Fe~' Fl I, AI'~,
Hackul I ai ur


2 31


234-240 Pn


241-2


. : -H MEO&A., wwwwmdlwwwwA"


I T I;. 1 1 2 U c (, "NvI(, I I [)AT I!} I & : I Rl:V I SfI( ) N AI -. t I r:


AHI{i I] ]


'I' k F > r {


[{, t {l ill












TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repealed


Not Charted


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


1948


This section should be amended to
conform to tribal option laws as
written in 18 U.S.C. 1154-1156
and consolidated with those provi-
sions in Title 18. See Fed. Adm.
Backup Paper.


Repealed


Open


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


Fed. Adm. Ch. 1


1948


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper.


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper.


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper.


Repealed


Open


1953


Sec.



252


253


254


255-260


261


262


263


264


265-266


267-270















TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOL! PATIO N EV kS P 0N AN ALYS I,


Th:I : t,: I I l t,:u I t I


inly tatt th it clearly 1Ar 1 1
that anl euca~t iona progr aml b
mainhtailnd.


Fe I. Ad~r, 1A~
IA t.


I ~ t~l 1


2 2d Fed, Ad.~. Hi ~k ~ I ~ ~: I Hue
11 A


FIed. Ad.


Peeser 1list,


Fed. AdIm. HBackup
1s surceded or
25 US. *. 44-47,


Servict.~


ServiCes


- Ch. 5


let e See ii ~'i





Iu~ Ii ~ I I,
472 .nd 4t lj


Section is obsolete. See also
Reeser lisit.


T1 t


27'1


R. t i A .,


i* : tII


Scvri -


A Ind


Co I~f A jt u


jairv ice


273


274


275


276


.... .. .... : :: r-N:


272a


Serv ices-













TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION


Chart Classification



Fed. Adm. Ch. 7



Repealed


Services (x ref.
Fed. Adm. Ch. 8)


Services


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


Provision is obsolete. See also
Reeser list.


1968


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper and Reeser
list.


Lands- General
(x ref. Services)


Misc. Ch. 5
(x ref. Services)


Services
(x ref Fed. Adm. -
Ch. 8)


Provision appears to be obsolete.
Check with BIA.


Provision is obsolete.




This section should be read with
231 and consideration given to
amendment and consolidation.


Services


Sec.


277


278


278a



279


280


280a



281




282


& REVISION ANALYSIS





















nh I t CIa ,1 if It Ifton


o rv ices


mit ted from CoClh 5
;upu rceded


Mis;c. Ch. 5


TITLE 25 I1.~;.('. ('()N~;oLIDArIuN ~ J

Pt't am Ht~pea 1 Airn'nd ~ I iddt V


x


~A ,olet e. ~ue 11 ~o 8et" ur Ii


:;~~ Hi '>tox teal Note.


Fed. Adm. BackFIJ



Fed. Adm. Backul


Se2rVc. ;~


Serv ices


Serv ices


Pt er .


Fed. Adm. Ba i p Pp i, r
with 5 289. See also
5 297.



Fed. Adm. Backup Paer
with 5 288.


Provision is obsolete.


Service:;


Ser7v ice s


Fed. Adm. Ch. 7
(x ref. Services)


283


28i4


286


287


288


289


2)0


291


C 1~ ii 1~i~
flOte'~. to


On~d)I id ~


...................... .il ; ........... ..... ........ ...77 < 111 X ii ..... ... 1 .......... .... .... ........ . ...... .. .









TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification



Services
Fed. Adm. Ch. 7


Omitted from Code


Fed. Adm. Ch. 7
Lands Tribal
(x ref. Services and
Tribal Funds Ch. I)


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


292


Fed. Adm. Ch. 7
Lands General
Juris. Fed. Civ.


Fed. Adm. Ch. 7


Sec.


Fed. Adm. Backup Paper. This
section should be amended in confor-
mity with notes to Sec. 190 and
the Surplus Property Act ( 88 Stat.
1954). See consolidation note
under Sec. 293.


See Historical Note in Code.


The authority to sell tribal land
should either be repealed or
amended to conform to requirement
of tribal consent (Sec. 476) and
amended to conform to notes
under Sees. 190 and 292. See
also Sec. 443a.

Recommend consolidation of
292, 293, 293a, 294.


When property is not conveyed to
to tribe under Surplus Property
provisions (Sec. 190, 292, 293,
294) or otherwise conveyed to
tribe, this section should be
the model for "conditional"
transfer to non-Indian entities.


The authority to sell tribal land
should either be repealed or
amended to con form to requiremen t
of tribal consent (Sec. 476) and
amended to con form to notes under
Sec. 190 and 292. See also Sec.
44 3a.


292a


293


293a


















Chart C1As ificat i on


Rta in


onsol id ae Pt 1


Fvd. Ad. iBa -. P;q-r.


Kpea "I-ed


1929


Fed. Adu. Ch. 8
Servie


Thi :t t is tw
spring for limiting il federa
bLiood I nd ians On y woh r
sections in th Code S 4, 4H2
refer to Juarter bLood standrd.

See Downey~ remo rn Legj idtve
historis
The 1 /4 blood lim-itatio i
fundame&ntal 1 j.l[icy issue whic
must be 'iddressvd by C nr: the Executive Le :i I ati Treat -
Tment of the 1/4 blood i~u sh oul
appear i': 5ec I I the luyr Act)
so that the breadth of apdi4c tit n
of the staindards 'ire made clear.
This; s ct ion {Sc. 297 should be
repeailed as beinq in conf ii t
with Sec. 288.


Obsolete, See also ieser ii st.


295


296


298 Omitted from Code


TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATIN &ntVIIL ANALYSIS


...... Repeal


Amend


Ta1 For; -
















TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


299-301 Repealed


Services


Omitted from Code


Misc Ch. 7
(x ref to Services)


Not Charted


The Task Force questions whether
this provision is obsolete and/or
whether it has ever been imple-
mented. Check with BIA.


See Historical Note to this
section. Loans are now covered
under Sec. 13 or 471.


The Task Force questions the
utility of this section. Check
with BIA.


This section should be deleted
from any new Code as an "executed"
statute. See also Reeser list.


Services
(x ref. Tribal Funds -
Ch. 1)


Sec.


302


1928


303


304


304a




304b


x (?)















TIT'IE 25 1 .C. CON OII)ATPI(JN & REVISION AIAY; I


yh~rt c71 1' if ~c~:t 1~ H


P. t I i 1n


; d 1


- ('h ij ter /~\ ii rn~ t ion of ~3oei ~i1 dnd Feonornie Wel fdr~


I ed A in bjck


E~onloti c Dove lo. Ient
(x ret Fed. Adm. -
Chi. 1, 7)


Ecooiflic Devi Io men t
(x ref. Fed. Aim. -
Ch. 1, 7)


Econom i DevelIopmwent
(x ref Fed. Adm. -
Ch. 1. 7)


IEonof i c I Dv< 1 oIen t
(x ret. Fed. Adm. -
Ch. 1,71


l05c-I Repealed


305d peald


l05e Repealed


P ; I .


7- L : I!


Pa fc


F,'d. Adm. k I T I ; er.


1961


1948


1948


S> C.


305


305b




305~c


. ........... ::::::::..::::..:: ... ...................... 4 .


" o, 1s]ol ate


Fed. Adm. Backul.














TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Economic Development


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


X (?)


Services


Task Force Comment


The Task Force questions the
obsolesence of this statute.
Reeser lists as obsolete.

This should be confirmed with
BIA.


The Task Force questions the
obsolesence of this statute.
Reeser lists as obsolete.

This should be confirmed with
BIA.

In addition the Task Force
notes that the policy of placing
liens and charges against the
trust property of aged, etc., is
in direct conflict with the policy
of preservation of the trust.
See further discussion in Federal
Taxation Backup Paper.


The Task Force recommends that
this section be deleted from
any future Code. It is a statute
calling for a specific administra-
tive act which undoubtedly has
been executed.


Fed. Adm. Ch. 7
(x ref Services)


Sec.


306


306a


307



















TITIF 2S U.S.C. CONSULII)ATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Cl a if icat lo n


F d. A .m h. 7
x ef S iv icesI


Sr v i c ,


R~i t a i n


I

Am nd


Ccnso Ii dat e


T i k Fe ~e (~II~en


Sec*tiop 307 and 308 are ar
of the same Act and t he ane
note ajp lies.


Section 309 is the statutory,
author] ty relied u[: for it entire Relo cation'

program. See discuion of T it le
82, Indian Affaxirs; Man ial in T k
Force study of BIA Manual w ich
is pait of this Reort.
statute is totally inadequate to
the actual program. It should b
imended to provide t ht necessary
scope for the BIA to supply
proper support services. Consult
HIA. Also check Morton v. ?uiz,
415 U.S. 199 (19744


This section is part f the sae
Act and the same note applies.


Serv ices
0x ret Fed. Adm. -
C". 8)


310 Open


.. .. .........


Sec.

















Chart Classification


TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Retain Repeal Amend Consolidate


Task Force Comment


Title 25 Chapter 8 Rights-of-Way through Indian Lands


311 Lands Rights-of-Way X


312 Lands Rights-of-Way X


313 Lands Rights-of-Way X


314 Lands Rights-of-Way X
(x ref Tribal Funds -
Ch. 1) Juris -
Fed. Civ.


315 Lands Rights-of-Way X


316 Lands Rights-of-Way


See notes to Sec. 323 et. seq.


See notes to Sec. 323 et. seq.


See notes to Sec. 323 et. seq.


See notes to Sec. 323 et seq.


x (?)


See notes to Sec. 323 et seq.


The Task Force is uncertain of
the impact of Secs. 323-328
upon this section and has not
studied the provision of 43 U.S.C.
935 referred to.

This section should be examined
for consolidation with Secs. 323-
328.


Sec.


















"hart Cassi icat ion


LFed. Cht -f-Way


Lands Ri Ju i-of-Way


Fed. Adin. Chi. 8


TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATIONS & "I:VIIN ANA I

Ret a in Jj I2) AI eInd (on1 1 idit e



x


x


x(?)


Ta k Fore<. CF nsm~nt





See n t : to S) c 21- Il2i.


The Ti sk For ce he' Aost
current vaiility; )f t>'s A-t.
Check with 1 iA.


Re pea l ed


Lands Rights-of-Way
(x ref Juris- Ajp. of Law,
State Tax, Regulatory
Tribal Funds Ch. 1)


Lan~d::- RigJhts-o f-Way
(x ref Triba)l Funds -
Ch. 1)


Ldnds- Rigjhts-of--Way
(x r"f Jur ;- App. of Laws,
State Tax, Regulatory,
Tribal Funds Ch. 1)


Lands Rights-of-Way


1958


X


SSee notes to S,:c J -28.





See notes to S ec' 32 I- ]28.


See notf. to Se- ,s :. 3 I -- 28.


Set' notes to Se~s. 323-12R.


Sec.


317


318


318 a


318b


319





320




321











TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


323-328 Lands Rights-of-Way


Sec.


The Task Force believes the Act
of Feb. 5, 1948 (25 U.S.C. 323-
328) was intended to supercede all
prior statutes authorizing grants
of rights-of-way. This would
include all of those statutes
codified in Secs. 311-322. See
Legislative History 1948 U.S.
Code Cong. Service, p. 1033. How-
ever, Sec. 326 U.S.C. specifically
states that none of the pre-exist-
ing statutory authority empowering
the Secretary of the Interior to
grant rights-of-way over Indian
lands shall be repealed. Apparent-
ly the purpose for inclusion of
this non-repealer provision was
to avoid upsetting rights-of-way
which had been granted.

The Task Force recommends amend-
ment of Sec. 326 to provide for
specific repeal of all prior
rights-of-way statutes with a pro-
viso that rights-of-way granted
under those statutes shall con-
tinue in effect.

The Task Force also notes that
Sec. 324 provides that no grant
of any right-of-way over Indian
lands shall be made without the
consent of the individual allottee
or of the Tribe if it is organized












TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Cass!,if icat ion


Retain


Rej;ya 1


Amend


Consolidate


Tvk ~ r e (> minen~


323-327 (Continued)


under the India~n RIor : t0~ A,
in7 I-S4 or te 'O lahI I 4e1 ......

the protections f Sa. 324 {-xt'n'
rad to all federally reconized
tribes, tands, group an d Pue s
476 and Ses 501, 3.


329-330 Open


Title 25 ter 9 Allotment of Indian Lands


Lands Al lotmrents


X (?)


This setio n was; irmlicit ly re -
p ealed b y Sec. 1 of the IRA
(25 U.S.C. 461). There ire 17
pages of fine p rir t in the Hi o
cal Note to this sectiostt ig
out sp eciail statutes i Ia ppial t
specif ic res;erw~t ions.

This sugests that as state
of "generaI" application, th"
sect ion 1' a dead letter al d
should b e se if i callyi repetaed
with a proviso tnat suh repeal
shall not effect an-; right, t *itle
or interest which may have a -rued
by virtue of any patent prevliusly
issued under its terms.


Sec.


.... .. ..... .. .....












TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION


Chart Classification



Lands Allotments





Lands Allotments


Retain


Repeal


Lands Allotments


Lands Allotments


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


332


x(?)


Sec.


This section is clearly repealed
by Section 461. It should be
specifically repealed in the
new Codification.


This section is clearly repealed
by Section 461. It should be
specifically repealed in the new
Codification. See also Fed. Adm.
Backup Paper.


Fed. Adm. backup paper. This
section should be amended to re-
move obsolete language and be
consolidated with Secs. 334,
336 and 337 with reference to the
provision of Sec. 468.


The Task Force recommends this
section be repealed. As to lands
outside a reservation, it is re-
dundant and mere surplusage to the
specific provisions of Sec. 334. As
to lands within the reservation,
sections 331, 332 and 333 were
implicitly repealed by Sec. 461; it
is redundant to Secs. 348 and 349;
it is superceded by Sec. 465; and
it is not relevant to Secs. 341,
342 and 349.


333


334


335


& REVISION ANALYSIS













TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION N REVISION ANALYSIS;


Cihrt Classification


Lands Allotments


Reta in


R 1?eA I


Amend


Conso Ii dAt e


Tv k 1'A~r ~ ( )ITn~'nt


Con Ii I t~ wit ~. :.~ 14, P
337. md 4t~8 .o~' ii i+L \Iv,
B~tcku1 P v


Lands- Al moments


Consolidate with ees
137 anrd 4m8.


Misc. Ch. 5
{.x ref Lands Allotments)


Re:a Iled


The Task Force que4tin why'i
Juan C ont?, Uth suld
eluided from th e qoneril I w

public0 doPamn. See 334, 136, 11
and 4(8, Se xlliniti u !r BIA


1928


Misc. Ch. 1, 5


X (?)


The T isk Force recommend that th--
sect ion be ropeamled. TIl i' 1e -
tio n 8 of the Gene'ral All )tm~ nt A -t.
This section is simply pro
that the General Allotrment A ct o
1887 ;hall not extend to the imod
tribes. For the following reason<
we~ believe re.peal of thi et >
will not effect the legal p< ' of the named tribes.


Sections 331,332, 333, 348 and
349 were implicitly repealed by
Sec. 461 (See Task Force notes to
those sections): members of the
mentioned tribes should have~ ~ccess
to the benefits of Sec. S34, -nd


Sec.


337







338


339


11 1 0


; H: ::..:: Amm um












TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


339 (continued) exception from coverage of 341 and
342 is irrelevant. Note that
total repeal of this section may
have an impact on these tribes
insofar as Sec. 381 (regulation
of water) is concerned and care
should be taken to avoid any
adverse effect in this respect.


340 Misc. Ch. 5 X(?) This section simply provides that
the provisions of the General
Allotment Act of 1887 shall be
applicable to the named tribes.
The comments to Sec. 339 above
apply equally to this section even
though the thrust of the two
sections is totally opposite.


In addition the Task Force
questions the current application
of this section to the named tribes.
At least one tribe, the Peoria,
was subjected to termination legis-
lation. See 25 U.S.C. 821 et.
seq.

The Task Force recommends repeal
of this section subject to the
cautionary note regarding Sec. 381
made in our comments to the pre-
ceding Section.


Sec.




















'rd V F~ -~ ~ ~t


Chart C lassificat ion



Laird A1l lt'~t
(x r :'f La.i; Ri rht ;














Lands; All tr :nt


ands, All tmunts


Lands Allotvnts


This s 'e to 9o h -;t At 1 1 8 UT i r

in tiiat Ac't hdl aff~ 'tt o
t tht' Con irt' to rant t -
ways. The. sect i s st-r ',rcede
by numeurous r ights-of-waiy m{a t
(25 U .S.C. ]]I-U22 which intrn
were superc~tdJd b y a ji rel r i~ t-

See~ Tas k Iore n otes t' Sees. S2.
328.


Pr~vx~un i 1 l~tt~'.


Fed. A&n. 13m ~kuj Pm1 er.


The Task Force iuest ions t he
obsioleseflce of this ~ setion. The
law; ert ining to r ed ands
were transferred to Title 43.
See Historical Note, 25 U.SC.
Chapter 13. Check with [31A before
amending or revealing.


Re t ill


R it' 1


Ae i


343


TITLE 29 [ S.C. C(N ()LrDATION REVIUT I( n A IA IS












TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Sec. Chart Classification Retain Repeal Amend Consolidate Task Force Comment


344a Lands Allotments X This section is superceded by
Section 373a which was enacted
in 1942.


345 Juris. Fed. Civ. X
(x ref Lands Allotments)

346 Juris. Fed. Civ. X
(x ref Lands Allotments)


347 Juris. App. of Laws, X
State Statute of Limita-
tions.


348 This is section 5 of the General
Allotment Act of 1887, as amended
by section 9 of the Act of March 3,
1901. This section covers a multi-
tude of subject areas, some of
which require repeal, some amend-
ment, and some consolidation. The
thrust of this section as an affir-
mative federal policy was ended in
1934 with passage of the Indian
Reorganization Act (25 U.S.C. 461
et seq.). However the provisions
of this section continue to play a
major role in federal Indian law.












TI TL 25 U .. C. ONSOI DATION A REV S I IN ANALYST IS


Ret 11


348 ont m-ed)


R je .ea1


Amend


(on ol I te


'Ta k r e t !:-'.t


In orde r to f il.1 t1t 2,no ~a
t ion, r, vii in ind I 1.ii vn of
Title 25, there I i is n f! I rnt i,

it wViiious co fonnt part for
analysis 1 issificitio ir d rep a
or recoilfliat ion. The fol2owin :
paraqraph i; 1 shot syop7fo
the pro Vi ions of ;e 't 1o I48 with
a let ter de i Init ion for eich'
coRponent. The classificat i and
ree omlindat ion poess base on
these ;~ arati' cornpone ts follows
this ;yno i s



u ,. der '% 3 31- 14, Secr,' tr .

il lot tee with provisio rnrl
t hit foe paient will i sue i,<:
exp fitio of r i por io : b} t
Presidlent may Xtind th e tru

cret ion;" {c 'coveyance orf
tract vis,-a-vis allotment I ri r to
expirait ion of trus't is void: ({d)
state law on desceont iandpart ition
Splies once It rust) patent s are
del ivered ; {e) Secretairy tray reg-
tijate with tribesf or session to
U.S. of una 1lot ted reservat m n
lands: (fi ceded 1 hands adapited to
agriculture may be sold by U.S.
only to bona fide settlers; {1)


... ..... ...


Char 1- a;s fic-at! ion1, :











TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


348 (continued)


U.S. purchase money for ceded
reservation lands to be paid into
Treasury for benefit of grantor
tribe, subject to appropriation by
Congress for education and civili-
zation of such tribe; (h) Secretary
authorized to confirm occupation by
religious groups, engaged in reli-
gious or educational work among the
Indians, upon "public lands" to
which General Allotment Act provi-
sions (see Code sections cited in
332 supra) are applicable; (i)
employment preference for allottees
who have become U.S. citizens in
hiring of "Indian police or any
other employees in the public
service among any of the Indian
tribes or bands affected" by the
General Allotment Act "where
Indians can perform the duties
required;" and (j) issuance of fee
patents authorized for any Indians
of the Siletz Reservation in Orego,


This portion of 348 authorizing
and directing the Secretary of the
Interior to issue trust patents was
implicitly repealed by S 1 of the
I.R.A. (25 U.S.C. 461). The limi-
tation of 25 years to govern the
term of the trust was superceded
by 2 of the I.R.A. (25 U.S.C.
462).


348(a) Lands Allotments


Sec.

















i'IPI V 2~ ~J...C. (uN8~)IILiAI'I~ N I I\'I. I~ N \NAIY~I2


I


348 b- Lnds All tent


~ri ~

P1 vi 4'? ~ ~ I


Act. In lid! ~t if rv~~i1
t ion Sec~ 4(1 v I 4~ ,
recr~Fen I th~t thi ~ rt i~ r t
Sec. 148 e r~ ~ vile I.


Thi' rt 1 n t ~ I ~ ye ~
Pre 1 ~ t with Ii~ r~ t

'~r 1 d in ie~ in i teL'. With
ext e~ t I n of t he ; r v
S 4~2 t ~1I trite~, I th II md non-IRA, thi rt I
5 348 I~ ~(rr~j ~rere urili ~
We ree vrend rel e xl.


This txrt ion f 5 ~4~s v i I mr
dont r ict ft r c nvv~ ~n ~e
trust ilit trwnt durinq the terl~
the trudt. In thx~ me~~ur~ It
~ irallel to ~r Vi~i n~ in Sec~.
177 and 2 2 and ~hru1d ~t'
d~ited with them.


348 (c) Lands General


t in


V k I' r













TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


348(d) Lands Allotments
Descent and Distribution


This portion of & 348 provides
that state law shall govern the
descent and partition of trust
allotments issued under this sec-
tion. This unrestricted adoption
of state laws of descent and
partition is duplicated elsewhere
in Title 25, particularly Sec. 372
in Chapter 10, "Descent and Distri-
bution", and Sec. 4 of the I.R.A.
(25 U.S.C. 464).

In our comments to these two
sections we recommend that state
law be applicable only if the
tribe has failed to pass its own
laws on the subject. We recommend
that this portion of 348 be con-
solidated with those two sections
and amended in accord with our
comments under those sections.


We recommend repeal of this portion
of 348. This provision authori-
zes the Secretary of the Interior
to negotiate with tribes for cessi-
ons of surplus lands. The provi-
sion is of doubtful necessity and
appears obsolete.


348(e) Lands Tribal


Sec.
















TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLATION & REVIIN ANALYSIS


'lilt ~ I it 1 it 1 )fl


Re'ta~iin


.... i'pe 1i


Aim nd


'Iontiiiu Id)


'I" ~ F r .*'




~ i n r .3'


I if Ic t r in i ~t i n.
ut ~> ~j. 348 N 11 1 3


,!~ Ii' I

t ,~i ii

P 1 I~t~
r '1 U F.


348 f) Lnd ede








348 3) T'Ibl F Knd -
(xre V ands


'3,. 1
- P (1)


TPhi ort on of 348 r:tlt h





t eded t lads TI 111 h/r i i f I{

Trn accrd t h a. It Hi o l'l t 1,


Th i htrto hof Nv- "J4 3 1id33f


sal o xeo c nd in te cr
T real r to d'r w 2nt I 4; at thi
15t. of 3%. t 1 m is thI p rI -

pr1 iated Wt h.'tiNw



in turn ar bein q I cosoited
w it h Sees I61 ind31 l2 a. v-ee ot e
to those~ sections.


348 )


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Cnsolidt












TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retai n


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Cormment


348(h) Lands General
(x ref Services)


348() Fed. Adm. Ch. 5


348(j) Misc. Ch. 5


348a


This portion of 348 authorizes
the Secretary to "confirm" reli-
gious or educational societies in
their work and set aside 160 acres
for their use. The provision is
similar to that in Sec. 280 and
293a. It should be consolidated
with those two sections with
specific attention to the reverter
rihts and the judicial enforce-
ment remedies provided in Sec. 293a.


This portion of 348 extends
employment preference to allottees.
This is superceded by Secs. 44-47,
472 and 405e(b).


The Task Force believes this por-
tion of 348 relating to the
Siletz Tribe of Oregon to be obso-
lete since they were terminated by
subsequent legislation.


This section should be repealed if
the Task Force recommendation for
extending the protections of 462
to all tribes, IRA and non-IRA
alike, is adopted. See notes to
that section.


x (?)


Misc. Ch. 5


Sec.

















'ak FI o c- , 7 t


{a) Upon expirat io O trust

to allot vent uder 34 8 sur
"then~ eac and every Ill< tt~oe Iha

tO the haws io~ ciI n ,r
nirai, of the StIte or TerIltoIy
which the y may ieside;" b) Secre
t iry iuthIor ized ii his dire' oI
to iss e~ 1 e p tt I 1 0 to
ratd on o 1(f t xuiit period I u ti
issuanc e o1f fee-si11le datelt I 1
a 1 1t tt to whom1 tr UsIt ~intnt
shal bI1.e j.isue sha be subject
to the exeluiv;e ]uri ltio t
t he Unit1ed S tates.


J ri A. Iaw
S tt CIV1l 1aId
Cr1 iinal1


T'his seet i n that indlvi I al
Indians hail be suI )e t toI stae
civii and criminali laws wh{:n they
are issued a i and t it Ie free of
restrictionl. The two oncjts have
1 ittie if anything in c9o.M~s
if not all fee patent ailott ees
coatinue to maintain their tribal


This sect ion should beI amendedI


j49(a


.. ....... ...... .... ...................... ....... ...........


TITLE 25 U ,S.C. CO NMLDATIO N & RnIS N ANA,77Y71


Mar rt WC1 n k ilaio.


m k ,', 1


Amend, :.

















TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


349(a) (continued)


to oust state jurisdiction over an
Indian residing within the bound-
aries of a reservation who still
maintains his tribal citizenship.

Where a person of significant
Indian blood is residing on a
reservation or in a dependent
Indian community within the
meaning of 18 U.S.C. 1151(c), and
that person claims to be an Indian,
the burden of proof should be on
the state to prove otherwise. Such
and amendment would merely codify
existing law. See Ex parte Pero,
99 Frd 28 (7th Cir., 1938), cert.
den., 306 U.S. 643; Famous Smith
v. U.S., 151 U.S. 50 (1894).


This portion of S 349 authorizing
the Secretary to issue fee patents
in advance of the termination of
the trust period is superceded by
Secs. 461, 462, and 464. See
notes to those sections.


349(b) Lands Allotments


Sec.












TITLE 25 U.S.C CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Amend


Con so1 i cia te


Td~;k F )r ~ er~t


349(c) Juris. Fed. Criminal




350 Lands Allotments


Misc. Ch. 5









Lands Allotments


x (?)


This portion of S 349 shoud ke
amended to con form to momentss
under 5 349(a


This section is imilar tF :ac. r44
relat ingj to cancel lat io of illot-
rients within ceded nds. In our
note to Sec. 344 we questioned it
obsolesence. This provision also
appears obsolete and] we recommend
its repeal.


The Task Force questions the
continued vitality of this section
in view of the provisions of Sec.
461. Extension of the provision
of Secs. 461, 462 and 464 to all
tribes would appear to eliminate
the need for this section. See
notes to those sections.


The ower to cancel alltments
appears in everal section f the
Code. See Sacs. 344, 350, 352,
352a-c, and 382. See also Histori-
cal Note to this section referenc-
ing to 43 U.C. 148.

This section is particularly
in that it requires the Secretary
to provide lieu lands f equivalent
value. Consideration should be
qive to consolidating those sec-
tions with this.


Sc.


351


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...... .......... ...... .. ...
... ................. .. .... ... .. .........


R Le a














TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend Consolidate


Task Force Comment


(continued) See also Task Force notes to
Section 357 relating to condem-
nation of allotted lands.


These are remedial statutes auth-
orizing cancellation of fee patents
and restoration of property to
trust status. In those cases
where the fee patent was issued
without the approval or consent of
the allottee. Sec. 352c authorizes
payment of taxes assessed by states
as a result of the wrongful issua-
nce of the fee title.

These provisions require no
amendment.


This section provides that the
provisions of the Act of June 25,
1910 (36 Stat. 863) are not appli-
cable to the Five Civilized Tribes
and the Osage. We recommend that
consideration be given to amending
this provision to bring these
tribes within the coverage of the
Act of 1910 except perhaps as to
the provisions relating to probate
of estates (Secs. 372, 373).


Misc. Ch. 1


Sec.



352


352a
352b
352c


353


Lands Allotments











1'IT LE 2 ~ C (eN501. I DAT i N ~ iwv I : I N ANALY i


1ha t C1 - i7 f!Ict i nn


P.t i n


Annend


.. so id a te


k F r'e ( JT'~'i*


thiot *fta Aiit ~ ,d

i]atjed with Se '. 390a 40 40
und 408.


T his sect io supp I* mr t { that
prt ion of ]48 theft nua ifs

'hart S 348(c). It x a : m <
rant provison an d one' of 'r st
import ant chairac terist is of
trust all1otnments. It is also)
p arallel to the protections eX-
tended in Secs 177 and 202. We.
recommenh'fd thI~at t hese p rovision
b e croI eldate'd ad placed aion
side the Sev. 46 4 and 465 prolv-
sions' in 'i hew gene ral lan e. -
t ion.l


There ar e ot her s etions~ inl th I
Code which (1 i sbe ct individual
Indiani lands~ to stte ] ,w an~r
(2) provided for partit ion an
involuntary os f trust status
See for example See. 172. The
Task Force recommends that this
Section with its specific appli-
cationl to the Five Tribes should
evaluated after the first effort
Code consolidation is completed.


Misc. Ch. 1


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I.:, I I


:-ands, G en, r'Il













TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION AND REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Misc. Ch. 1
(x ref. Tribal Funds -
Ch. 1)



Lands Allotments
Tribal Funds Ch. L
Jurisdiction


Retain


Roe I


Amend


Task Fo rce Comment


Fed. Adni. Backup Paper. Mr. Reeser
of BIA says this section should he
repeale1 a; speeded. Th is
shouId he recon firmed.


This is t he only provisions in Title'
25 of the Code clearly aut-horizinge
condemnation of lndian owned lands.
Sec: 312, 314 does provide for
FoTced sale through the aeg is of.
the Secretary of the Interior but
this provision appears to be super-
ceded by Secs. 323-238. See notes
to those section;. A!; reference
points for policies related to
iakinq or use of Indian lands, SOO
Sacs. 323-328, 352, 409a andt 16
U.S.C. 793e.

3(157 is a part of an Act
authorizing general grants of
riqhts-of-ways. (See Histor ical
Note and Sec. 3]9 t o which it
refers;) It appl ies, however, only
to allot ted lands -- not tribally
owned. Riits-of-way over land
oed bI tribes organized under t
IRA or OIWA (an on I y be acquired
with tribal consent (Sec. 324)
Or some other specific t'1dor 1
-Irl linrq tautt(. FoY w.x mple


Sec.


ConrsolIida to















TITLE 2 .C. CONSOLIDATION AND R.ISI.C, A'.AIY I.


And


In{ K o 1 i atf


c !t inuid


t tt 1'~

1)! i~4 ~T dt I


11111 ~I 4
Fr 111 41 ~


C~ ri IeP~ ~ 1 I~ r

; r iv~ I t t r

it U8 t i r~ I z ii ~ 11 ~

f h ~ 81 r~ 1 r ~ct


t~4 4
4 A


~ I

It


1 41


I


he 1( fr yearsi' i'f 1hna, f

ly documni~tedI in the study of

prepadred b y BIA under 1Dr. The Tay1or at the reqh Ist oft





The Task Fo reco174mmcrd tha
thi 8 rs codmaion st t lte be ;
ded 188n 4' nuerI way' and, af,
such n Iidm 1t, that it; Io r,1
be~ extended to trIbally owfled i
well a's individually owrne pro-
perty re badle of wh etherth
tribe u orh ie unde r the IRA
or OI1'A,


P t, 1


Pvj ~'a I


Chna irtI C i -ss'!.f i !ti :n












TITLE 25 U.S.C CONSOLIDATION AND REVISION ANALYSIS


Sec. Chart Classification Retain Repeal Amend Consolidate Task Force Comment


357 (continued) Recommendations:

(1) Clarification of the fact
that jurisdiction lies in the
federal courts.

(2) Clarification of the fact
that the U.S. through the Secretary
of the Interior is a necessary
party to any proceedings. This
should be extended to include
actions brought by other federal
agencies.

(3) A requirement that when-
ever a condemnation action under
this section is instituted, the
Secretary of the Interior is
directed to work with the effected
tribe in preparing an evaluation
of the probable impact on the
tribe, which shall become a nece-
ssary part of the record of the
proceeding.

(4) That damages arising from
any adverse impact to the tribe
from condemnation of either tribal
or individually owned allotments
shall he assessed and awarded to
the tribe as a part of the condem-
nation proceeding.
























Il iii)
Ill ~ I Ii
~ t t I
1, I
II I ~
II ~1 1'~ I~
It ~ a
~ r
U Il UI't
t ~1 I I I'

1 I

I i t1~ t~
II livi I III 1' 1
~ f ira r


~ 1

I,, -
I I


II


I tr I 1~'1 t


1 I<'~ ir.' I

t~ftt f t~I


TI it 1 II' it I U ~ I ta'U I it I


~ I~Iiit
ri I itt, it "hal
I U! II ~'' will iii u i~ 1

Iii Ii ta twnI'I,1 1 it 13,

8) TIhit if ~u 't 1 tl'U lit 1 ir~'
~ t ui t ed out 1 je I ti~ ~ I't Vil
bourid~r iv'i ~u ~h Ian I'i 'if ill
become a part of the re~erv~t 1 n
rubj~~t t all th~ ~u'itomary it
cident of t r ii ii an I federal
)UrI-idl -'t ion,


111 J


11


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TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Ret in


Rejea


Amend


('onsoI i (ate


(continued)


Task Force Comment


Sc.


357


Triba I Funds Ch. 2


Fed. Admi. backup Piper.


I lb UJ~ ii


(9) That with respect to the
lands condemned, whether indivi-
dually or tribally owned, all
interests in the property not
specifically necessary to the
purpose for which condemnation is
sought shall be retained or vest
in the tribe which had original
title to the land prior to allot-
ment. (This provision is speci-
fi cally designed to preserve the
tribal rights in subsurface or
surface natural resources.)

(10) That the interested tribe
shall retain fulI jurisdiction
over the property taken, provided
that it cannot pass any laws which
wouldefeat the purposes for
which the land was taken.

(11) That the provisions of this
condemnation statute shall take
precedence over any ether federal
statutes relating to condemnation
except s si ch statutes may sjeci-
fically exempt he application of
t h is; se'c ion.











TIrT E1 25 U.S.C. CONSOA, IATION & REVIS N ANA Y: IS


Sec. Chart Classification Retain Rew1 Amend Consolidate Ta, F I rC


3h ir i1f AlI tt x

modern~ l4nI1ag amd sh uId s~[
Iovidet for rec ;n~t o I.of tr i -
t ionral Indhan marriages hnd d-

marriages aid divore n t{
tal law. Provion t
consl~,id ated wit Sac l83.
RMfA fence t Sc. 34 sh od 4 S
deletedI. Reference~ to CheI rte
Outlet sLould be re1ealed as
ob~so lete.

372 The following is n exIIoded view
of Sec. 372 siirxlar to that used
in Sac. 348 and 349.

Ia) When an} Indian dies
seized )f a trust allo)tment wztn-
out a will disjosing of same, the
Sec'retary of interior shail
determine th~e legal heirs after
notice and hearing~ and his Je-
cxiin shall be final and c n-
clusive. (b) If he finds the
heirs to be cmpetent to mana ;e
their )wnl affairs he snail issue
them a patent in fee. tci If he
finds one or more heirs to be ir-
competent he may cause such lands
to be sold. J If he finds the
lands are capable of partition
to the advantage of the heirs he
maf partition said lands and issue
eepatents to the competent











TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


(continued)


372


Descent & Distribution


Sec.


heirs, upon their petition for
such partition. (e) All sales
of trust lands authorized by
this or any other Act shall be by
rules prescribed by the Secretary,
proceeds of sales of lands of in-
competent Indians to be held in
trust by the U.S. for the trust
period, otherwise to be paid
directly to competent Indians.
(f) Sec. authorized upon applica-
tions of Indians owning restric-
ted fee patents to issue cert-
ificates of competency which shall
thereby remove the restrictions
upon the fee. (g) Indian agents,
superintendents or other disbur-
sing agents of Indian service may
deposit Indian moneys, individ-
ual or tribal, coming into his
hands as custodian, in such bank
or banks as he may select, pro-
vided the bank post a surety
bond in such amount as will safe-
guard the fund.

The Task Force recommenda-
tions with respect to Sec. 372
are as follows:

This portion of sec. 372 provid-
ing for Secretarial probate of
trust estates should be retained.
The Task Force recommends, how-
ever, that consideration be given
to transfer of the original ad-
judicatory function to tribal


372 (a)














I ~ I I J


Xi ii I


I I


1 ~
bti~ i~J


372 I 11 ,'k'ht ~ Ii ti I ~ i ii
x r~ I 1 liii All ~tIi' t


I I 'I I ii



~I I ti~t~ t


~Ihi:~ j i vi i~ n r 7,
iir~ ct in~ t L~ 1 'L~ t ~I 7 t i U~~'

1 5 lb '14 t 1 i I Wi t% t ~A ~ it ul ~'I~
ICtl~ I ~ t VI i ns i



ij j ii '4t I 41 ( t t ~ t I ~ n~ f i
~lhi j irt f ,'v 12 h~ uld I
I ~P'~'~ 1~ d


rhi I ~jtt ii n of Se 3 V j~r
vidinj I r unre~trlCt~~ di~c~1i~
ill the SecretAry t i~ue tee
~tentS if he fxnd3 one or ~re
heir to be c mjetvflt i~ in ii-
Ilict with SeC~. 462, 4~4.
Thi~ ,hruld Ic 1e~e8Ied.


I 'v'.' ~ [~i .1 I ii lit 1 1.
x iot I in I All ,ttT~'Iit I












TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification

Lands Allotments


Re a in


Rc -eIl


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


372 (d)
























372 (e)


Lands Allotments


Sec.


This portion of Sec. 372 provides
a means for a portion of the heirs
to seek partition of trust prop-
erty. This provision would also
be in conflict with Sec. 462, 464.
But these are amended by Sec. 483.
This provision is also consonant
with 392. The Task Force proposes
to modify Secs. 462, 464 and 465
for a new land acquisition and
land consolidation statute. Sees.
392 and 483 will be consolidated
into that treatment. This part
of Sec. 372 should also be con-
solidated with those Secs. There
is no need to continue a provision
speaking in terms of "heirs" since
land ownership devolves and vests
in the heirs immediately upon
death. This part of Sec. 372
should, therefore, be either de-
leted or consolidated as noted
above.

This part of Sec. 372 directing'
that payment of proceeds of sales
of trust stands be made to compe-
tent heirs and providing tor trust
handling of proceeds of incompe-
tents should be repealed. The en-
tit Illint to petitiol for sale of
trust p rope rty or payme nL ovo e() I
trust assets to the individual
owl l WI I be dealt with in th













TITIA 2 U .~.W. 'u~. TI PA I~I ~ ~A VI I P ~\


372 e)















372 (f)


372 (g)


harIt Classi fiction

aznds Allotments















Land Allotments


Re ta i n!


Pejz~ 11


A" , :1


C r sol i I i


<< ;olilat ion of 'ecs. 392, 46 2
,4, d 489. fT the extent thte
I sion requires that the rn
es derived1 front sales o trust
I ands be taken out of? truist statusi,
it 1: 1n nflict with tetoIn of
Jo'. 4t62, 464.
To the extent this part o a
that sales of trust Iandsi shali
m ide under suc h regula t ion asth
Secrtr m nay pr esribe, the
vion shoI be cinsoli ate wit'
5ecs. 392, 4U, 64, wn 489. ?he
language it h res~pect t< sale terl s
should be o ern i 7ed,

This pact of ee. 372 authorizin
issuance of certificates o' tency upon d applica tion doe no 0
than extend to Indians holdii re-
stricted fees the same rights to
petition for sale as is accorded
those holding ti ist allotlents.
This should be consolidated with
See's. 392, 462, 464, and 489.

This part of? Sac. 372 providin the
authority ci Superin tendlents, etc.
to deposit individual or tribal
monies in banks shouldI be consoli-
dated with Sacs. 15i5 or Secs. 161,
162(a) with proviso for tribal con-
trol as specified in notes to those
sections. See also back up< paper
on Deposit and Invest~nt of Indian
Mon i es.


Tribal Funds Chapter


m - -.4











TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification

Descent and Distribution

Descent and Distribution


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


No comment.


Sec.

372-1

372 a


Descent and Distribution
(x ref. Lands Allotted
Tribal Funds Chapter 1)


The Task Force recommends that
this provision be revised in
accord with our note to Sec.
372(a) to provide for tribal
take over of the probate func-
tions of the Secretary.
In addition, the Task Force
sees no reason why the Five
Civilized Tribes or Osage should
be exempted from the application
of this Act. The fact that some
probate jurisdiction has been
granted to the courts of that
state should not preclude the
tribes from (1) determining
family relationships of a des-
cendent during his lifetime, or
(2) assuming that part of the
Secretary's probate function
which has not been transferred
to the state. See Secs. 375,
375(a-c).
Finally, the reference to the
authority of the Superintendent
as opposed to the Secretary is
superceded by the 1950 Reorgani-
zation Plan and should be amended
accordingly. See Federal Admini-
stration back up paper.

The Task Force believes that re-
vision of the first and second



















I~I'1 IA: 2~ U.S.C. QUNS )LIUATION ~ I~i VL~ I N A~ALY~I~


Ihaz t Cls sificiti n


:, tI I


a 1


Conso i dat


Task Force Co'uiment


proviso of this sect ion matter of prir approval of
wills would he in order iut
we offer no suggest ions in
this respect.
That part f this section
following the third "proviso"'
granting unrestricted authority
to the Secretary to issue ee
patents or xluse lands to be
sold is inconsistent with Sees.
462, 464 and should therefore
be repealed. Compare notes to
Sec. 373 (b) and c).
Also, there appears no reason
for exemption of the applicati n
of this law to the Five Civilized
Tribes or <)sage as appears in the
fout h proviso. See note to Sec.
372 (a).

Retain as is. This is a good ir -
vision. See note to Sec. 37d
which should be consolidated with
this Sec.


Descnt & Distribution
(x ief Tribal Funds~ Ch. 1
Lands Allotments)


4)3


373a







TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Sec.


373b





373c




374


375


Task Force Comment


The Task Force would suggest
minor modification to make the
provision for sale and disposi-
tion of funds conform to
Sec. 373a.

The Task Force can percieve no
valid purpose in exclusion of
Five Tribes and Osage and recom-
mends repeal.


Descent & Distribution





Misc. Ch. 1




Descent & Distribution


Misc. Ch. 1
(x ref. Descent & Dis-
tribution, Tribal Funds -
Ch. 2, Jurisdiction App.
of State Laws, Probate.


This provision vests general
probate jurisdiction over
members of the Five Civilized
Tribes and Osage in Oklahoma
state courts. An exception to
this general jurisdiction in
small estate matters appears in
Secs. 375a-c.

The Task Force does not propose
any present change in this scheme
but does recommend consideration
be given to transfer of jurisdi-
ction to tribal courts if and when
the tribes establish them. The
transfer would be similar to
that proposed in Sec. 372a.

The Task Force notes that Sec.
375 appears to be strictly pro-
cedural in so far as state law is
concerned. To the extent Sec.375
implies that the substantive law
of the state shall govern descent
and distribution, it should be
amended to make room for tribal
law on the subject at the tribes
option.


No comment.














TIT : 2F Z .. NS(LI, IATIO)N R DIVISION ANAL YS U


Chart Classification


Ame n d


Co] sol idato


Task Force t


375a-c Mic. Ch. I
b ution,* Tr 41lFunds -

Ch. 1, Jurisdict ion-
Api of liaws, State
Frob ate.


3751





376


T ri: dict ion i v Ti nihr eti i
over f unds~ andI ec ir it ie { Ti
Tz thn 0.4 th F1
lands) of i rt.ter o
Tr ibesI The Tak Iorce r1 )!1en
mnend.ent to (1) provide for
t ribal urisdict ion as per notie
to Sec. i7 a, and/o r (2) iuthorii
ap1licat ion of tribe al law of
descent and distr ibut ion as
Ser note to ee. 372ri.

In rddition, the Task For e
recolmends t at the rovi ion for
expeditious, handling of small
e ,at be incorporated into th e
re vised Se. 72. .ee flotes to



This s~ect ion hold bie exp.anded iTi
include the Cre eks Ind Osdg
and sho u d then re onso1lidatedI
with Sec. 373i.


See notes Federal Administration
back up paper. This{ setion
should either be repealed as on-
necessary or amended to a ccord
with notes to Sec. 16. If
retained the except ion to the
Five Tribes and Osage should be
deleted in view of Sec. 375a-c


Descennt &. ID istr ib1utio
(x ref Tribl Fu Vnds -
Ch. i, Lands Allotments



Descent & Distribution


Sec.








TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


Descent & Distribution
(x ref Tribal Funds -
Ch. 2)





Lands Allotments
(x ref Descent & Distribtuion)


377


Lands Allotments


Sec.


The Task Force recommends con-
solidation of the provision
relating to fee structure with
Sec. 375b. There appears no
reason to have a different fee
structure for the Five Tribes.



This section is redundant to
Sec. 372 (parts 372(c) and (d)
on these charts). See notes to
that Section. This Sec. is in
conflict with Secs. 462, 464.
It should be given same treat-
ment as parts (c) and (d) of
Sec. 372.


This Sec. is similar to Sec.
372(d) on charts and Sec. 373 in
its authorization for sale of
lands or issuance of fee. See
also Sec. 404. These all appear
in conflict with 462, 464 and
should be revised and consoli-
dated into a new provision dealt
with in Secs. 462, 464.

Both Secs. 379 and 404 speak
of "Guardians" for minors. The
Task Force recommends that
statutory revision specifically
recognize tribally appointed
Guardians.


378


379


& REVISION ANALYSIS


















TITLI) ~ u.s; .('. Q(~Nt;~)LII)Ai I(iN ~. r~ivi~; Lu'' AN~IY I:


Amnd


N i~ ~r~l H~ ~ ui cc I in I
~x rut Ti ib ii
Fund ii. I


t


i i. x
t~ j~rlii j ii v :~ I~




;cuur dl 1~ u ~l I
( I. ud ~t v' I ~ itt cW ,> 41
,cnvl ~i~l I~v ~ I ~

Thu rutui un ~ ~ rir t~ -

Sv(M utdry. ~> ~ Icr 11 AIr ~i.
1 ii


Titl 25- hp 11 D r;i~jt on oW 115 r"t: II~


Lind!I Irriqation


the t r t y of r1 v

Tin in ,S. v. Wit n in Di wi t

Task Force' rcommends19~fl amedment
to this Sect ion to re f1let the
legit imate irterests f tribes in
the ownership of water rights and
the authority to regulate withtn
reservation boundaries. See alo
note to Sec. 389, 389a-e.


R et I n


Task Foro C









TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Sec.


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


382









383


Chart Classification


Lands Irrigation









Lands Irrigation




Lands Irrigation



Lands Irrigation




Lands Irrigation



Lands Irrigation


The note to Sec. 381, supra, is
equally applicable here. In the
unlimited discretion vested in
the Secretary of Interior to do
what he "deems best" is not
acceptable. His duty should be
mandatory in accord with any
principles of trust responsibility.


See Federal Administration back
up paper. Amend to accord to
1950 Reorganization Plan.


Provision is obsolete. See Fed.
Administration back up paper.


This section appears to be
modi fied by Sec. 386 and 386a.
Consolidate.


This se *ct ion appears to be
modified by See. 386 and 386a.
Console idate.

This sect ion appears to be
nodifi ed by Sec. 386 and 386a.
Consolidate.


384


385


386


386a















har t Cla 1 I It ion


omitted from Code


Linds Irrig it ion


o i f l i n j ns o l idIte


De I et e


Lns P Irrigation











Misc. Ch. 5
(x re .ands rrration


Sees. l89 aind 89aI-v related oly
Indianf irriait ion ; ro ',tn.
The Tiask F )ree ofei~ no
reeon'enda tIon bul< t we do :te

wat,,r rights difftre t l7 Liro
Indiain water r iqht'. This shuI
be cons;i dered in connect Iion With
n otes to Sac. 181.


This Sec. i~ classif ied to th
Miscellmneous~ Part of the pro ; 2
revised code becauIi it

tribo' or p rejects. Fl w~ver, the
provi {ion i'icluded ii thie 4tht
proviso ire jen* ral. Thec Tiask
Force recommends t h t this1
entire Sec. 390 be rewritten 3o 3
to ipply to all irrigaition pr-
jects on afy -reservation; thait
proceeds derived from anx re-nta I
jo to the tribe; and that the
authority of tribes to co ntrolI
leasing be extended to all tries,
not lust those organized under
Sec. 476 (IRA S 16). When this
Section is rewritten to be gneral
in appl icat ion it honld then bev
classified to) Lands Irrigatioin.


~ti )
3$~ m-e


3)0


Armend,


T Isk Fr rc *


Retaiin








TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


Title 25 Chpt. 12 Lease, Sale, or Surrender of Allotted or Unallotted Lands


Lands Allotments



Lands Allotments


Lands Allotments
Descent & Distribution


391


Lands Leasing


Sec.


Provision is incorporated within
and superceded by Sec. 462.


The continuing utility of this
Section is doubtful in view of
Secs. 392 and 483. It should
be consolidated with a new
general provision consolidating
Secs. 392, 462, 464, 483.


This Sec. should be consolidated
with Secs. 462, 464, 483. See
notes to Secs. 462, 464.

The proviso portion relating
to approval of Wills should be
consolidated with Sec. 373.


Consolidate into revised Sec. 415.
See General Leasing back up paper.

The proviso excluding applica-
tion to Five Tribes should be
eliminated.

The note to this Section in
the Federal Administration can
be disregarded once this
consolidation is effected.


391a







392


393













LITL: 25 U.S.C. 'ONSO' )IDATPON & REVISION W'AI/'SIS


Rt a i,


Chart Classificatio

Mi ,'. -Ch.1
.. re Lii d a i


V : -. Ch. I


Consolidate to ruvise SI .

p ap er.







should forn the ,a~ fo r all1

Kinds. See discussio Mnera
Leasing Iback up paper with~ ir-


- i~


N~tur~il Pes ur ~es


The bs ir- thrst uf roloscd
rvis : f this Setion i n
eliminate the exclusion o Five
Tribes nd Osae from its..
(2) modify the open ended lease
term provision on allotted lands
to correspond with lease terms
provided for unailotted lands,
(3) add that an additional con-
dition precedent to the authority
oC the Secretary to offer leases
on his own initiative is that
the heirs as devisees, if located,
cannot agre~e on lease~ rei, 14)
require that where the Secretary


r I







TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Ro e al


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


Sec.


396


Natural Resources


Natural Resources


Natural. Resources


See notes to Sec. 396 and back
up paper on Mineral Leasing.


See notes to Sec. 396. The
proviso distinguishing powers
of IRA tribes from non-IRA
should be eliminated. See
notes to Secs. 476, 477.


See notes to Sec. 396. The
primary modification proposed
here is to authorize both the
Secretary and the Indian lessors
to establish bond terms and
provide for either cash or
security bonds at lesisor-
opt i on A provision on recla-
mation bonds is also proposed


(continued) offers leases on his own
initiative he shall obtain the
best available terms, but not
less than the minimum prescribed
for public domain lands. The
modified Sections proposed also
build in the primary authority
of the tribe or allottee in the
leasing process, the right of
each to audit books and records,
and a requirement that all leases,
tribal or individually owned,
conform to tribal land use codes,
and federal court proceedings for
forfeiture of lease. See addi-
tional notes under 396a-g.


396a



396b


396c
























P;j, ii ,mT I


C n ii I I it 0


N t iI 1 1; our os


*1 -1t i I I~ 11 : 8


TI ~ I t 8 vgtq~t


t~ t ~


t~ ti -
ti ) N
I~ 1vr~1 AImI8l ti ~ Ii
~ I~~t t I~'




~9r0 I ~- r ; ~ ii it i~ n P1 ~


8 1 1 ~ tI~ I
r ~n Mi~.~jr ii L9J 18;.
Th~- 7 k I- r ~t- 11
~~1irnin itc ti8~i X J 8 Ii
1 18 JU I ~. 4 th~ ,~- -t 1 8
-1~ iC JU~t Ifi JtI 8 ti
WI. ~C tfl 19 >4 W8. ~W d ii. I
II 0 ild I I ti Vi .1 8 18 ~L
~ ~u I 4 it ite ti
"ex1editi UY' vxtr ti : r
lea ~e ;. Thi woul I ~n.f i~
tat it~~ V-rt>Ii818~
the Crowi. See back up paper.


USee note t Sec. 96.


T ITI F 2q '- tI. c C (, IDA F T' I : N ;-! ,i I i -N A ,AI Y, : :


!I),9


Natural Rosource%







TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Natural Resources
Lands Leasing


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Comment


397


Natural Resources


Sec.


The portion of this Section that
authorizes mining leases is
obsolete by virtue of Sec. 396,
396a-g. It is covered by the
proposed revision of those
sections and should thus be
repealed. See notes to those
sections and Mineral Leasing
back up paper.

That portion pertaining to
grazing leases is covered into the
new Sec. 415.

In the absence of this con-
solidation, see proposed amend-
ment in Federal Administration
back up paper.

The lease provisions of this
Section are encompassed within
the existing Secs. 396, 396a-g
and within our proposed revisions
of those Sections. See notes
to those Sections and Leasing
back up paper. The lease provi-
sion of this Section should thus
be repealed if not already done
so by Secs. 396a-g.

The tax provisions of this
Section would appear also to
have been repealed in 1938 by
Secs. 396a-g. If any doubt
remains, the Task Force calls
for repeal now. See back up
paper on State Taxation.


398























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U


rt~ i Iu i


P1 ~ I ft I I I
Ut tf 41 \ I ii inti ~ t
~ t riq I~ I
ui~ ut~ t it

Vi In I)? I


't T i 1 t -


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I
I
~, II
SB I

r i,
r
t~ t


$4 ~ lIt t t vC, S r~ it I
I'dX it I It I ~ ~t ~ It WIIU1
~j t ~ I ~ Sd A ~t v S V
I? F I II' I 1 1 1 Ii I f t

b~ICk U~. P~F yr to ~ it 4~ T ix t~



Tb t ~ ~t it Ii I 1 11 ~ u 1 1
bot Si it yz
by $y~, 4(1 % 7. 1 V.



lit tt "~ I 5
l9fa- j~ ~io I Mintt h~ick up ~aper~


Si it. I I{i~ Ut V.11 1 J~V.


N~itur ii Re


S 4 8" &-


U *~IIIIII














TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


RepOalI


Amend


Consol idate


Task Force Comment


Natural Resources
(x ref Tribal Funds Ch. 1,)


This too is an older leasing
statute and would appear to
have been repealed or super-
ceded by the 1938 Mineral Leas-
ing Act (Sec. 396a-q). To the
extent it was not, it should be
repealed now in light of our
treatment of Secs. 396, 396a-g.
See Mineral Leasing back up
paper and notes to those
Sections.

Features pertaining to in-
spection of booksand federal dis-
trict court proceedings for for-
I eit ure and cancellation of
leases have been in new 396,
396a. Feature re disposition of
rentals and royalties should be
covered in 155 or 161, 162a.
See also note to Federal
Administration back up paper.


See notes to Secs. 396, 396a-g
and Mineral Leasinq back up
paper.


Misc. Ch. 5
(x ref Nat. Resc.)


Sec.


399


400

















TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISOI N ANALYSIS


Chart Clasificat ion


Natural Resources
(x ref Tribal FundJ -
Ch. 1)


Misc. Ch. S
x ret NAt Rew ources)


Re t a in


ca I


Anie n d


Consolidate


Ar U I Pte w.jV
3g a- .1 See.
bac upppr


r~ '.~1
lILt 1 n
3 iC
i ir. ) I


i V.


I t 1~ *~
it 1. r~ I
~9( ~ .~
~r U~ I ~ r


Lands L ea-,-


nslite wit S. 41



Con 1lidate with >ec. 415.S,
Gener a Ieasing bac k up aj~


L.ind.~ I.v ~'


Consolidate wit Sec
General lLeasin bac


Latnds, Leas es
(x ref Tribal Funds -
Ch. 1)



Misc. Ch.5
(x ref Lands - eases


411.
It I 1I~'~


Thi 1 '1 ~t It 1t~ lire ~e I i
specifx~' tribe. T ~y A I

revisi n~ but we it I
con oh iatin u t Sc~, 411,

See Generdi Lea;in~ t~5~k ~i;
p~er and notes to ~ 41


Sec.


4 2


402a


403


40 3a


'Sr ,









TITLE 25 U.S.C. CONSOLIDATION & REVISION ANALYSIS


Chart Classification


Retain


Repeal


Amend


Consolidate


Task Force Conunent


403a-1 Misc. Ch. 5
(x ref Lands Allotments)


403a-2 Misc. Ch. 5
(x ref Lands Allotments
Tribal Funds Ch. 1)


403b Misc. Ch. 5
(x ref Lands Leases)



403c Misc. Ch. 5
(x ref Lands Leases)


404 Lands Allotments
(x ref Tribal Funds Ch. 1)


No comment


No comment.


See note to Secs. 403a, 415
and General Leasing back up
paper.


See note to Secs. 403a, 415 and
General Leasing back up paper.


The provisions relating to
approval of sales should be
consolidated with Secs. 392,
462, 464, 483. (See also notes
to Secs. 372, 373, 378, 379 and
405).

The proviso relating to dis-
position of monies should be
covered in Secs. 155 or 161,
162a.

The provision relating to
Guardians should recognize
tribal authority in the appoint-
ment process. See note Sec. 379.

See also note under Pod.
Adm. back up paper.


Sec.














1' I 'I'I.F 2 ~ Ii ( )N~;~ I. I PA'! I N & H V 1 I N ANtS I i' I


- 1h ", I i c f Ic ,:o


; II


Pj -1 I I


Antend


'I i '~ F I N


40)5~


Linds 1enera 1x
Sx ref iT Ib Funds -
Chi. 1)


4


{x 1 1 T ial Funds, -
('h. 1)


0 Natural resources


Thsscion shouldI bI cnli-
dat, rd wit 9 4 2 4' 4 4 in

th Sect ion na r d




Sections 196, 406, 407, 407d arid
4E6 should be cNI~onsoliated Ito
d sinle Act.




Prop vad revi i ons it cludle
(1) c1 ar ftitl of (m uthor
of Indian lessor vi-d-vis th e
Secretary in contract ing process
(2) authorie tr ib l regjulat ions~
to ;uper'edt' those Of Scretary
in the regjulit ion of 1ogin
opertion, and 13) pro7visions1
for reclamtwio jn performnce


Provisiion relating to dis '-
tion of i'roceeds should be classi-
fied to Sec. 155 or Sees. 161,
162a.

See not es to Sec. 406 above,


Conso .'I Late


407