US (United States) Code. Title 25. Chapter 14: Miscellaneous

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25 USC CHAPTER 14 - MISCELLANEOUS 01/06/03

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TITLE 25 - INDIANS

CHAPTER 14 - MISCELLANEOUS

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CHAPTER 14 - MISCELLANEOUS

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SUBCHAPTER I - GENERAL PROVISIONS

Sec.

441. Repealed.

442. Livestock loans; cash settlements.

443. Disposition of cash settlements.

443a. Conveyance to Indian tribes of federally owned

buildings, improvements, or facilities;

disposition of property by Indians; forfeiture;

"Indian" defined.

443b. Indian goods and supplies.

444 to 449. Repealed.

SUBCHAPTER II - INDIAN SELF-DETERMINATION AND EDUCATION ASSISTANCE

450. Congressional statement of findings.

(a) Findings respecting historical and special

legal relationship, and resultant

responsibilities.

(b) Further findings.

450a. Congressional declaration of policy.

(a) Recognition of obligation of United States.

(b) Declaration of commitment.

(c) Declaration of national goal.

450a-1. Tribal and Federal advisory committees.

450b. Definitions.

450c. Reporting and audit requirements for recipients of

Federal financial assistance.

(a) Maintenance of records.

(b) Access to books, documents, papers, and

records for audit and examination by

Comptroller General, etc.

(c) Availability by recipient of required

reports and information to Indian people

served or represented.

(d) Repayment to Treasury by recipient of

unexpended or unused funds.

(e) Annual report to tribes.

(f) Single-agency audit report; additional

information; declination criteria and

procedures.

450d. Criminal activities involving grants, contracts,

etc.; penalties.

450e. Wage and labor standards.

(a) Similar construction in locality.

(b) Preference requirements for wages and

grants.

(c) Self-determination contracts.

450e-1. Grant and cooperative agreements.

450e-2. Use of excess funds.

PART A - INDIAN SELF-DETERMINATION

450f. Self-determination contracts.

(a) Request by tribe; authorized programs.

(b) Procedure upon refusal of request to

contract.

(c) Liability insurance; waiver of defense.

(d) Tribal organizations and Indian contractors

deemed part of Public Health Service.

(e) Burden of proof at hearing or appeal

declining contract; final agency action.

450g. Repealed or Transferred.

450h. Grants to tribal organizations or tribes.

(a) Request by tribe for contract or grant by

Secretary of the Interior for improving,

etc., tribal governmental, contracting, and

program planning activities.

(b) Grants by Secretary of Health and Human

Services for development, maintenance,

etc., of health facilities or services and

improvement of contract capabilities

implementing hospital and health facility

functions.

(c) Use as matching shares for other similar

Federal grant programs.

(d) Technical assistance.

(e) Grants for technical assistance and for

planning, etc., Federal programs for tribe.

450i. Retention of Federal employee coverage, rights and

benefits by employees of tribal organizations.

(a) to (d) Omitted.

(e) Eligible employees; Federal employee

programs subject to retention.

(f) Deposit by tribal organization of employee

deductions and agency contributions in

appropriate funds.

(g) Election for retention by employee and

tribal organization before date of

employment by tribal organization; transfer

of employee to another tribal organization.

(h) "Employee" defined.

(i) Promulgation of implementation regulations

by President.

(j) Additional employee employment rights.

(k), (l) Omitted.

(m) Conversion to career appointment.

450j. Contract or grant provisions and administration.

(a) Applicability of Federal contracting laws

and regulations; waiver of requirements.

(b) Payments; transfer of funds by Treasury for

disbursement by tribal organization;

accountability for interest accrued prior

to disbursement.

(c) Term of self-determination contracts; annual

renegotiation.

(d) Calendar year basis for contracts.

(e) Effective date for retrocession of contract.

(f) Use of existing school buildings, hospitals,

and other facilities and equipment therein;

acquisition and donation of excess or

surplus Government personal property.

(g) Performance of personal services.

(h) Fair and uniform provision by tribal

organization of services and assistance to

covered Indians.

(i) Division of administration of program.

(j) Proposal to redesign program, activity,

function, or service.

(k) Access to Federal sources of supply.

(l) Lease of facility used for administration

and delivery of services.

(m) Statutory requirements; technical

assistance; precontract negotiation phase;

fixed price construction contract.

(n) Rental rates for housing for Government

employees in Alaska.

(o) Patient records.

450j-1. Contract funding and indirect costs.

(a) Amount of funds provided.

(b) Reductions and increases in amount of funds

provided.

(c) Annual reports.

(d) Treatment of shortfalls in indirect cost

recoveries.

(e) Liability for indebtedness incurred before

fiscal year 1992.

(f) Limitation on remedies relating to cost

disallowances.

(g) Addition to contract of full amount

contractor entitled; adjustment.

(h) Indirect costs for contracts for

construction programs.

(i) Indian Health Service and Bureau of Indian

Affairs budget consultations.

(j) Use of funds for matching or cost

participation requirements.

(k) Allowable uses of funds without approval of

Secretary.

(l) Suspension, withholding, or delay in payment

of funds.

(m) Use of program income earned.

(n) Reduction of administrative or other

responsibilities of Secretary; use of

savings.

(o) Rebudgeting by tribal organization.

450j-2. Indian Health Service: availability of funds for

Indian self-determination or self-governance

contract or grant support costs.

450j-3. Department of the Interior: availability of funds

for Indian self-determination or self-governance

contract or grant support costs.

450k. Rules and regulations.

(a) Authority of Secretaries of the Interior and

of Health and Human Services to promulgate;

time restriction.

(b) Conflicting laws and regulations.

(c) Revisions and amendments; procedures

applicable.

(d) Consultation in drafting and promulgating;

negotiation process; interagency

committees; extension of deadlines.

(e) Exceptions in or waiver of regulations.

450l. Contract or grant specifications.

(a) Terms.

(b) Payments; Federal records.

(c) Model agreement.

450m. Rescission of contract or grant and assumption of

control of program, etc.; authority; grounds;

procedure; correction of violation as

prerequisite to new contract or grant agreement;

construction with occupational safety and health

requirements.

450m-1. Contract disputes and claims.

(a) Civil actions; concurrent jurisdiction;

relief.

(b) Revision of contracts.

(c) Application of laws to administrative

appeals.

(d) Application of Contract Disputes Act.

(e) Application of subsection (d).

450n. Sovereign immunity and trusteeship rights

unaffected.

PART B - CONTRACTS WITH STATES

451. Donations for Indians; use of gifts; annual report

to Congress.

452. Contracts for education, medical attention, relief

and social welfare of Indians.

453. Use of Government property by States and

Territories.

454. Rules and regulations; minimum standards of

service.

455. Contracts for education in public schools;

submission of education plan by contractor as

prerequisite; criteria for approval of plan by

Secretary of the Interior; participation by

non-Indian students.

456. Local committee of Indian parents in school

districts having school boards composed of

non-Indian majority.

(a) Election; functions.

(b) Revocation of contracts.

457. Reimbursement to school districts for educating

non-resident students.

PART C - INDIAN EDUCATION ASSISTANCE

458. School construction, acquisition, or renovation

contracts.

(a) Authorization; prerequisites.

(b) Eligibility requirements for assistance in

federally-affected areas; applicability to

projects in determining maximum amount,

allocation, of funds, etc.

(c) Eligibility of private schools to receive

funds; maximum amount.

(d) Duties of State education agencies pursuant

to contracts.

(e) Advisory consultations by Secretary with

affected entities and governing bodies

prior to contracts; applicability.

(f) Evaluation and report to Congress of

effectiveness of construction, etc.,

programs; scope and content of report.

(g) Authorization of appropriations.

458a. General education contract and grant provisions

and requirements; school district quality and

standards of excellence.

458b. Availability of funds to agencies, institutions,

and organizations.

458c. Rules and regulations.

(a) Prerequisites for promulgation.

(b) Revision and amendment.

458d. Eligibility for funds of tribe or tribal

organization controlling or managing private

schools.

458e. Supplemental assistance to funds provided to local

educational agencies.

PART D - TRIBAL SELF-GOVERNANCE - DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

458aa. Establishment.

458bb. Selection of participating Indian tribes.

(a) Continuing participation.

(b) Additional participants.

(c) Applicant pool.

(d) Planning phase.

458cc. Funding agreements.

(a) Authorization.

(b) Contents.

(c) Additional activities.

(d) Provisions relating to Secretary.

(e) Construction projects.

(f) Submission for review.

(g) Payment.

(h) Civil actions.

(i) Facilitation.

(j) Funds.

(k) Disclaimer.

(l) Incorporate self-determination provisions.

458dd. Budget request.

458ee. Reports.

(a) Requirement.

(b) Contents.

(c) Report on non-BIA programs.

(d) Report on Central Office funds.

458ff. Disclaimers.

(a) Other services, contracts, and funds.

(b) Federal trust responsibilities.

(c) Application of other sections of subchapter.

458gg. Regulations.

(a) In general.

(b) Committee.

(c) Adaptation of procedures.

(d) Effect.

458hh. Authorization of appropriations.

PART E - TRIBAL SELF-GOVERNANCE - INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE

458aaa. Definitions.

(a) In general.

(b) Indian tribe.

458aaa-1. Establishment.

458aaa-2. Selection of participating Indian tribes.

(a) Continuing participation.

(b) Additional participants.

(c) Applicant pool.

(d) Planning phase.

(e) Grants.

(f) Receipt of grant not required.

458aaa-3. Compacts.

(a) Compact required.

(b) Contents.

(c) Existing compacts.

(d) Term and effective date.

458aaa-4. Funding agreements.

(a) Funding agreement required.

(b) Contents.

(c) Inclusion in compact or funding agreement.

(d) Funding agreement terms.

(e) Subsequent funding agreements.

(f) Existing funding agreements.

(g) Stable base funding.

458aaa-5. General provisions.

(a) Applicability.

(b) Conflicts of interest.

(c) Audits.

(d) Records.

(e) Redesign and consolidation.

(f) Retrocession.

(g) Withdrawal.

(h) Nonduplication.

458aaa-6. Provisions relating to the Secretary.

(a) Mandatory provisions.

(b) Final offer.

(c) Rejection of final offers.

(d) Burden of proof.

(e) Good faith.

(f) Savings.

(g) Trust responsibility.

(h) Decisionmaker.

458aaa-7. Transfer of funds.

(a) In general.

(b) Multiyear funding.

(c) Amount of funding.

(d) Prohibitions.

(e) Other resources.

(f) Reimbursement to Indian Health Service.

(g) Prompt Payment Act.

(h) Interest or other income on transfers.

(i) Carryover of funds.

(j) Program income.

(k) Limitation of costs.

458aaa-8. Construction projects.

(a) In general.

(b) Negotiations.

(c) Codes and standards.

(d) Responsibility for completion.

(e) Funding.

(f) Approval.

(g) Wages.

(h) Application of other laws.

458aaa-9. Federal procurement laws and regulations.

458aaa-10. Civil actions.

(a) Contract defined.

(b) Applicability of certain laws.

(c) References.

458aaa-11. Facilitation.

(a) Secretarial interpretation.

(b) Regulation waiver.

(c) Access to Federal property.

(d) Matching or cost-participation requirement.

(e) State facilitation.

(f) Rules of construction.

458aaa-12. Budget request.

(a) Requirement of annual budget request.

(b) Present funding; shortfalls.

458aaa-13. Reports.

(a) Annual report.

(b) Contents.

(c) Report on fund distribution method.

458aaa-14. Disclaimers.

(a) No funding reduction.

(b) Federal trust and treaty responsibilities.

(c) Obligations of the United States.

458aaa-15. Application of other sections of this subchapter.

(a) Mandatory application.

(b) Discretionary application.

458aaa-16. Regulations.

(a) In general.

(b) Committee.

(c) Adaptation of procedures.

(d) Effect.

(e) Effect of circulars, policies, manuals,

guidances, and rules.

458aaa-17. Appeals.

458aaa-18. Authorization of appropriations.

(a) In general.

(b) Availability of appropriations.

PART F - AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION FOUNDATION

458bbb. American Indian Education Foundation.

(a) In general.

(b) Perpetual existence.

(c) Nature of corporation.

(d) Place of incorporation and domicile.

(e) Purposes.

(f) Board of Directors.

(g) Officers.

(h) Powers.

(i) Principal office.

(j) Service of process.

(k) Liability of officers and agents.

(l) Restrictions.

(m) Transfer of donated funds.

(n) Audits.

458bbb-1. Administrative services and support.

(a) Provision of support by Secretary.

(b) Reimbursement.

(c) Continuation of certain services.

458bbb-2. Definitions.

[SUBCHAPTER III - RESERVED]

SUBCHAPTER IV - CONVEYANCE OF SUBMARGINAL LAND

459. Submarginal lands of United States held in trust

for specified Indian tribes.

(a) Declaration; addition to reservations.

(b) Imposition of conditions on conveyed lands;

lands excepted from conveying authority.

(c) Additional lands held in trust for specified

Indian tribes.

459a. Designation of tribes.

(a) Description of lands.

(b) Publication in Federal Register of

boundaries, etc.; estimation of acreages.

459b. Submarginal lands of United States held in trust

for Stockbridge Munsee Indian Community.

459c. Existing rights of possession, contract, interest,

etc.

(a) Preservation; force and effect of mineral

leases; rejection of pending applications

for leases and return of advance rental

payments.

(b) Administration of lands.

459d. Gross receipts from conveyed lands.

(a) Deposit to credit of tribe;

nonapplicability.

(b) Administration of gross receipts.

459e. Tax exemption for conveyed lands and gross

receipts; distribution of gross receipts to

tribal members.

SUBCHAPTER V - PROTECTION OF INDIANS AND CONSERVATION OF RESOURCES

461. Allotment of land on Indian reservations.

462. Existing periods of trust and restrictions on

alienation extended.

462a. Omitted.

463. Restoration of lands to tribal ownership.

(a) Protection of existing rights.

(b) Papago Indians; permits for easements, etc.

463a. Extension of boundaries of Papago Indian

Reservation.

463b. Purchase of private lands; limitations.

463c. Gift of lands by Arizona.

463d. Restoration of lands in Umatilla Indian

Reservation to tribal ownership.

463e. Exchanges of land.

463f. Title to lands.

463g. Use of funds appropriated under section 465.

464. Transfer of restricted Indian lands or shares in

assets of Indian tribes or corporation; exchange

of lands.

465. Acquisition of lands, water rights or surface

rights; appropriation; title to lands; tax

exemption.

465a. Receipt and purchase in trust by United States of

land for Klamath Tribe Indians.

465b. "Klamath Tribe of Indians" defined.

466. Indian forestry units; rules and regulations.

467. New Indian reservations.

468. Allotments or holdings outside of reservations.

469. Indian corporations; appropriation for organizing.

470. Revolving fund; appropriation for loans.

470a. Interest charges covered into revolving fund.

471. Vocational and trade schools; appropriation for

tuition.

472. Standards for Indians appointed to Indian Office.

472a. Indian preference laws applicable to Bureau of

Indian Affairs and Indian Health Service

positions.

(a) Establishment of retention categories for

purposes of reduction-in-force procedures.

(b) Reassignment of employees other than to

positions in higher grades; authority to

make determinations respecting.

(c) Waiver of applicability in personnel

actions; scope, procedures, etc.

(d) Placement of non-Indian employees in other

Federal positions; assistance of Office of

Personnel Management; cooperation of other

Federal agencies.

(e) Definitions.

473. Application generally.

473a. Application to Alaska.

474. Continuation of allowances.

475. Claims or suits of Indian tribes against United

States; rights unimpaired.

475a. Offsets of gratuities.

476. Organization of Indian tribes; constitution and

bylaws and amendment thereof; special election.

(a) Adoption; effective date.

(b) Revocation.

(c) Election procedure; technical assistance;

review of proposals; notification of

contrary-to-applicable law findings.

(d) Approval or disapproval by Secretary;

enforcement.

(e) Vested rights and powers; advisement of

presubmitted budget estimates.

(f) Privileges and immunities of Indian tribes;

prohibition on new regulations.

(g) Privileges and immunities of Indian tribes;

existing regulations.

477. Incorporation of Indian tribes; charter;

ratification by election.

478. Acceptance optional.

478-1. Mandatory application of sections 462 and 477.

478a. Procedure.

478b. Application of laws and treaties.

479. Definitions.

479a. Definitions.

479a-1. Publication of list of recognized tribes.

(a) Publication of list.

(b) Frequency of publication.

480. Indians eligible for loans.

481. Omitted.

482. Revolving fund; loans; regulations.

483. Sale of land by individual Indian owners.

483a. Mortgages and deeds of trust by individual Indian

owners; removal from trust or restricted status;

application to Secretary.

484. Conversion of exchange assignments of tribal lands

on certain Sioux reservations into trust titles;

trust and tax exemption.

485. Payment to assignment holders of moneys collected

for use of subsurface rights.

486. Regulations.

487. Spokane Indian Reservation; consolidations of

land.

(a) Purchase, sale, and exchange.

(b) Individual Indian trust lands.

(c) Nontaxability.

(d) Lands held by mortgage or deed of trust.

(e) Acquisition and sale procedures; land

purchase and consolidation program.

488. Agricultural loans to acquire land within

reservations.

489. Title in trust to United States.

490. Tribal rights and privileges in connection with

loans.

491. Mortgaged property governed by State law.

492. Interest rates and taxes.

493. Reduction of unpaid principal.

(a) In general.

(b) Fair market value.

(c) Appeals.

(d) Future applications.

494. Authorization of appropriations.

SUBCHAPTER VI - INDIANS OF ALASKA

495. Annette Islands reserved for Metlakahtla Indians.

496, 497. Repealed.

SUBCHAPTER VII - REINDEER INDUSTRY

500. Purpose.

500a. Acquisition of reindeer and other property.

500b. Filing claim of title to reindeer by nonnatives.

500c. Acceptance of gifts.

500d. Acceptance and expenditure of Federal funds.

500e. Revolving fund; moneys not to be covered into

Treasury.

500f. Management of industry by Secretary; aim of

management.

500g. Distribution of reindeer, property, and profits to

natives.

500h. Grant of administrative powers to organizations of

natives.

500i. Alienation of reindeer or interests; penalty.

500j. "Reindeer" defined.

500k. Rules and regulations.

500l. Appointment of natives to administer industry.

500m. Use of public lands; violation.

500n. "Natives of Alaska" defined.

SUBCHAPTER VIII - INDIANS IN OKLAHOMA: PROMOTION OF WELFARE

501. Acquisition of agricultural and grazing lands for

Indians; title to lands; tax exemption.

502. Purchase of restricted Indian lands; preference to

Secretary of the Interior; waiver of preference.

503. Organization of tribes or bands; constitution;

charter; right to participate in revolving credit

fund.

504. Cooperative associations; charter; purposes;

voting rights.

505. Amendment or revocation of charters; suits by and

against associations.

506. Loans to individuals and groups; appropriation.

507. Availability and allocation of funds; royalties

from mineral deposits.

508. Application of provisions to Osage County.

509. Rules and regulations; repeals.

510. Payment of gross production taxes; method.

SUBCHAPTER IX - KLAMATH TRIBE: CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

530. Capital reserve fund; interest for administrative

expenses.

531 to 535. Repealed.

SUBCHAPTER X - KLAMATH TRIBE: DISPOSITION OF CERTAIN TRIBAL FUNDS

541. Creation of individual credits; authorized

purchases.

542. Limitations on remainder of fund.

543. Liability of judgment funds for debts.

544. Creation of individual credits; authorized

purchases.

545. Liability of judgment funds for debts.

SUBCHAPTER XI - KLAMATH TRIBE: PAYMENTS IN LIEU OF ALLOTMENTS;

INHERITANCE OF RESTRICTED PROPERTY

551. "Klamath Tribe" defined.

552. Payments in lieu of allotments.

553. Deposit and expenditure of payments.

554. Disposition of payment on death of Indian.

555. Repealed.

556. Reversion of interest in property on death without

heirs or devisees.

SUBCHAPTER XII - KLAMATH TRIBE: FEES AND CHARGES

561, 562. Omitted.

563. Salaries and expenses for Klamath Tribe Officials.

SUBCHAPTER XIII - KLAMATH TRIBE: TERMINATION OF FEDERAL SUPERVISION

564. Purpose.

564a. Definitions.

564b. Membership roll; closure; preparation and initial

publication; appeal from inclusion or omission

from roll; finality of determination; final

publication.

564c. Personal property rights; restrictions; tax

exemption.

564d. Management specialists.

(a) Employment; duties.

(b) Availability of funds for expenditures;

reimbursement of tribal funds.

564e. Sale of tribal property.

(a) Transfer procedure.

(b) Time limitation.

(c) Effect on tribal members selling interests.

564f. Per capita payments to tribal members.

564g. Individual property.

(a) Transfer of unrestricted control.

(b) Removal of restrictions on sales or

encumbrances; fee simple title.

(c) Multiple land ownership; partition; sale;

election to purchase; unlocated owners.

(d) Approval of exchanges or sales by Secretary.

564h. Property of deceased members.

(a) Federal laws inapplicable to probate.

(b) State, etc., laws applicable to probate.

564i. Transfer of federally owned property.

564j. Taxes; initial exemption; taxes following

distribution; valuation for capital gains or

losses.

564k. Loan transfers; collection by tribe.

564l. Klamath irrigation works.

(a) Transfer of operation and maintenance.

(b) Termination of construction costs deferment;

recordation of lien.

(c) Appropriation authorization.

(d) Adjustment of reimbursable irrigation costs.

(e) Applicable irrigation laws.

564m. Water and fishing rights.

(a) Water rights; laws applicable to

abandonment.

(b) Fishing rights or privileges.

564n. Protection of minors, persons non compos mentis,

and other members needing assistance; guardians;

other adequate means; trusts; annuities;

assistance factors; contests.

564o. Advances or expenditures from tribal funds.

564p. Execution by Secretary of patents, deeds, etc.

564q. Termination of Federal trust.

(a) Publication; termination of Federal

services; application of Federal and State

laws.

(b) Citizenship status unaffected.

564r. Termination of Federal powers over tribe.

564s. Set off of individual indebtedness; credit.

564t. Indian claims unaffected.

564u. Valid leases, permits, liens, etc., unaffected.

564v. Rules and regulations; tribal referenda.

564w. Education and training program; purposes;

subjects; transportation; subsistence; contracts;

other education programs.

564w-1. Klamath Indian Forest and Klamath Marsh.

(a) Designation of boundaries.

(b) Sales; terms and conditions.

(c) Appraisals; notice to Congressional

committees; appropriation; realization

value; report to Congressional committees.

(d) Unsold forest units and marsh lands; title

after publication in Federal Register;

aggregate realization value; appropriation.

(e) Sale of retained lands to Secretary of

Agriculture.

(f) Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge;

appropriation.

(g) Homesites.

(h) Administration of outstanding timber sales

contracts.

(i) Right of United States to use roads.

564w-2. Federal acquisition of tribal land.

(a) Condemnation authority.

(b) Initiation of action; authorization of

appropriations.

(c) Applicability of homesite provisions.

564x. Timber sales.

SUBCHAPTER XIV - KLAMATH TRIBE: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

565. Authorization to distribute funds.

565a. Distribution to persons on final roll; payment of

shares due living adults, deceased enrollees,

adults under legal disabilities, persons in need

of assistance, and minors.

565b. Time of payment; claims for shares of deceased

enrollees.

565c. Disposition of funds remaining after distribution.

565d. Disposition of funds insufficient to justify

further distribution.

565e. Costs.

565f. Taxes.

565g. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XIV-A - KLAMATH TRIBE: RESTORATION OF FEDERAL

SUPERVISION

566. Restoration of Federal recognition, rights, and

privileges.

(a) Federal recognition.

(b) Restoration of rights and privileges.

(c) Federal services and benefits.

(d) Certain rights not altered.

(e) Modoc Indian Tribe of Oklahoma.

566a. Tribe Constitution and Bylaws.

566b. Conservation and development of lands.

(a) In general.

(b) Adoption of constitution.

566c. Hunting, fishing, trapping, and water rights.

566d. Transfer of land to be held in trust.

566e. Criminal and civil jurisdiction.

566f. Economic development.

(a) Plan for economic self-sufficiency.

(b) Consultation with State and local officials

required.

(c) Restrictions to be contained in plan.

(d) Appendix to plan submitted to Congress.

566g. Definitions.

566h. Regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XV - SHOSHONE TRIBE: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

571. Membership roll; preparation.

572. Payments to individuals; expenditure of payments.

573. Uses of judgment fund.

(a) Purchase of lands.

(b) Loan fund.

(c) Productive enterprises.

574. Consolidation of lands.

574a. Acquisition of lands on Wind River Reservation.

(a) Authority to hold lands in trust for

individual tribe.

(b) Lands remain part of joint reservation

subject to exclusive tribal control.

(c) Income.

(d) Savings provision.

575. Restoration of lands.

576. Purchase of lands; reimbursement of expenditures.

577. Liability of judgment funds for debts.

581. Disposition of funds.

582. Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall

Reservation; credit of funds.

583. Northwestern Bands of Shoshone Indians; credit of

funds.

584. Apportionment of remaining funds; Shoshone-Bannock

Tribes of the Fort Hall Reservation and the

Shoshone Tribe of the Wind River Reservation.

585. Membership rolls; preparation; eligibility for

enrollment; application; finality of

determination.

586. Northwestern Band of Shoshone Indians; payment to

enrollees; heirs or legatees; trust for minors

and persons under legal disability.

587. Funds apportioned to Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of

the Fort Hall Reservation.

(a) Distribution to enrollees.

(b) Determination of per capita share.

(c) Trust for minors and persons under legal

disability.

(d) Remaining funds.

588. Shoshone Tribe of the Wind River Reservation;

distribution of funds.

589. Tax exemption.

590. Rules and regulations.

590a. Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall

Reservation; credit of funds.

590b. Disposition of funds.

590c. Tax exemption; trusts for minors and persons under

legal disability.

SUBCHAPTER XVI - CHIPPEWA TRIBE OF MINNESOTA

591. Reservation of Chippewa National Forest lands for

Minnesota Chippewa Tribe.

592. Withdrawal of tribal funds to reimburse United

States; consent of Minnesota Chippewa Tribe;

disposition of receipts.

593. Exchanges of allotted, restricted, and tribal

lands for Chippewa National Forest lands.

594. Distribution of judgment funds; Mississippi Bands;

Pillager and Lake Winnibigoshish Bands.

594a. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XVII - YAKIMA TRIBES

601. Membership roll; preparation; persons entitled to

enrollment.

602. Application to Tribal Council on exclusion from

roll; minors and incompetent persons.

603. Correction of membership roll.

604. Loss of membership and removal from roll.

605. Expulsion of members; review by Secretary.

606. Back pay and annuities on enrollment of new

members.

607. Divestment of inheritance of non-members.

(a) Procedure.

(b) Time of election.

(c) Interest of surviving spouse.

608. Purchase, sale, and exchange of land.

(a) Authority of Secretary; manner and place.

(b) Multiple ownership of land.

(c) Acquisitions to be held in trust.

(d) Terms and conditions.

608a. Sale of tribal trust lands, etc.

(a) Title subsequent to sale.

(b) Credit of proceeds to tribal funds.

608b. Rights of lessee.

608c. Regulations.

609. Action to determine title to judgment fund; claim

of Confederated Tribes of the Colville

Reservation; jurisdiction of Court of Claims.

609a. Tax exemption.

609b. Disposition of judgment fund; deductions;

advances, expenditures, investments, or

reinvestments for authorized purposes.

609b-1. Tax exemption; trusts and other procedures for

protection of minors and persons under legal

disability.

609c. Disbursement of minor's share of judgment funds.

(a) Definitions.

(b) Disbursement to parent of minor.

(c) Disbursements under plan for best interest

of minor.

(d) Monthly reports.

609c-1. Tax exemption; eligibility for Federal assistance

without regard to payments.

SUBCHAPTER XVIII - SWINOMISH TRIBE

610. Purchase of lands within, adjacent to, or in close

proximity to boundaries of Swinomish Indian

Reservation.

610a. Sale or exchange of lands; money equalization

payments.

610b. Title to lands; tax exemption; prohibition of

restrictions.

610c. Mortgages or deeds in trust; law governing

mortgage foreclosure or sale; United States as

party; removal of cases: appeals.

610d. Moneys or credits for tribal purposes.

610e. Assignment of income.

SUBCHAPTER XIX - SHOSHONE AND ARAPAHO TRIBES OF WYOMING

611. Division of trust fund on deposit in United States

Treasury to joint credit of both tribes.

612. Establishment of trust fund for each tribe;

transfer of funds; interest; crediting of

revenues, receipts, and proceeds of judgments.

613. Advances or expenditures from tribal funds;

emergency and educational loans; payments to

individuals of tribes; per capita payments not

subject to liens or claims; exception.

SUBCHAPTER XX - PUEBLO AND CANONCITO NAVAJO INDIANS

621. Portions of tribal lands to be held in trust by

the United States; remainder to become part of

the public domain.

622. Exchange of tribal lands; title to lands.

623. Disbursement of deposits in the United Pueblos

Agency.

624. Exchange of lands.

(a) Authorization of Secretary; manner and

place.

(b) Reservation of minerals, easements, or

rights of use.

(c) Execution of title documents.

(d) Title to lands.

SUBCHAPTER XXI - NAVAJO AND HOPI TRIBES: REHABILITATION

631. Basic program for conservation and development of

resources; projects; appropriations.

632. Character and extent of administration; time

limit; reports on use of funds.

633. Preference in employment; on-the-job training.

634. Loans to Tribes or individual members; loan fund.

635. Disposition of lands.

(a) Lease of restricted lands; renewals.

(b) Lease, sale, or other disposition of lands

owned in fee simple by Navajo Tribe.

(c) Transfer of unallotted lands to tribally

owned or municipal corporations.

636. Adoption of constitution by Navajo Tribe; method;

contents.

637. Use of Navajo tribal funds.

638. Participation by Tribal Councils; recommendations.

639. Additional Social Security contributions to

States.

640. Repealed.

640a. Navajo Community College; purpose.

640b. Grants.

640c. Study of facilities needs.

(a) Contents; report to Congress.

(b) Funding.

(c) Inventory.

640c-1. Authorization of appropriations.

(a) Construction grants.

(b) Navajo Community College grants.

(c) Funding requirements.

640c-2. Effect on other laws.

640c-3. Payments; interest.

SUBCHAPTER XXII - NAVAJO AND HOPI TRIBES: SETTLEMENT OF RIGHTS AND

INTERESTS

640d. Mediator.

(a) Appointment; duties; qualifications;

termination of duties.

(b) Nature of proceedings.

(c) Interagency committee.

(d) Liaison with Secretary.

(e) Staff assistants and consultants.

640d-1. Negotiating teams.

(a) Appointment; time; membership and

certification; nature of authority.

(b) Failure to select and certify.

(c) First negotiating session; time and place;

chairman; suggestions for procedure,

agenda, and resolution of issues in

controversy.

(d) Failure to attend two consecutive sessions

or bargain in good faith.

(e) Disagreements within team.

640d-2. Implementation of agreements.

(a) Full agreement.

(b) Partial agreement.

(c) Consistency with existing law.

640d-3. Default or failure to reach agreement;

recommendations to District Court; final

adjudication.

640d-4. Authorized recommendations for facilitation of

agreement or report to District Court;

discretionary nature of recommendations.

640d-5. Considerations and guidelines for preparation of

report by Mediator and final adjudication by

District Court.

640d-6. Joint ownership and management of coal, oil, gas

and other minerals within or underlying

partitioned lands; division of proceeds.

640d-7. Determination of tribal rights and interests in

land.

(a) Authorization to commence and defend actions

in District Court.

(b) Allocation of land to respective

reservations upon determination of

interests.

(c) Actions for accounting, fair value of

grazing, and claims for damages to land;

determination of recovery; defenses.

(d) Denial of Congressional interest in merits

of conflicting claims; liability of United

States.

(e) Payment of legal fees, court costs and other

expenses.

(f) Provision of attorney fees for San Juan

Southern Paiute Tribe.

640d-8. Allotments in severalty to Paiute Indians now

located on lands; issue of patents declaring

United States as trustee.

640d-9. Partitioned or other designated lands.

(a) Lands to be held in trust for Navajo Tribe;

exception.

(b) Lands to be held in trust for Hopi Tribe.

(c) Protection of rights and property of

individuals subject to relocation.

(d) Protection of benefits and services of

individuals subject to relocation.

(e) Tribal jurisdiction over partitioned lands.

(f) Development of lands in litigation;

exception.

640d-10. Resettlement lands for Navajo Tribe.

(a) Transfer of lands under jurisdiction of

Bureau of Land Management; State and

private land exchanges; valuation; acquired

private lands; lands to be held in trust.

(b) Proximity of lands to be transferred or

acquired to Navajo Reservation; lands to be

used for exchanges.

(c) Selection of lands to be transferred or

acquired; time period; consultation;

restriction of New Mexico lands.

(d) Progress and status of land transfer

program; reports to Congressional

committees.

(e) Entitlement lands payments.

(f) Acquisition of title to surface and

subsurface interest; time period; public

notice; report to Congressional committees;

rights of subsurface owner.

(g) Lands not available for transfer.

(h) Administration of lands transferred or

acquired.

(i) Negotiations regarding land exchanges or

leases.

640d-11. Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation.

(a) Establishment; Commissioner.

(b) Appointment; term of office; compensation.

(c) Transfer of powers, duties, and funds to

Commissioner.

(d) Powers of Commissioner.

(e) Administrative, fiscal, and housekeeping

services; implementation of relocation

plan; reasonable assistance by Federal

departments or agencies; report to

Congress.

(f) Termination.

640d-12. Report concerning relocation of households and

members of each tribe.

640d-13. Relocation of households and members.

(a) Authorization; time of completion;

prohibition of further settlement of

nonmembers without written approval; limit

on grazing of livestock.

(b) Additional payments to heads of household;

time.

(c) Payments to or for any person moving into

partitioned area after May 29, 1974.

640d-14. Relocation housing.

(a) Purchase of habitation and improvements from

head of household; fair market value.

(b) Reimbursement for moving expenses; payment

for replacement dwelling; limitations.

(c) Establishment of standards consistent with

other laws; payments to or for any person

moving into partitioned area after

specified time.

(d) Methods of payment.

(e) Disposal of acquired dwellings and

improvements.

(f) Preferential treatment for heads of

households of Navajo Tribe evicted from

Hopi Reservation by judicial decision;

restriction.

(g) Appeals of eligibility determinations.

640d-15. Payment of fair rental value for use of lands

subsequent to date of partition.

(a) Payment by Navajo Tribe.

(b) Payment by Hopi Tribe.

640d-16. Title, possession, and enjoyment of lands.

(a) Covered lands; jurisdiction of respective

tribes over nonmembers.

(b) Relocation of Federal employees.

640d-17. Actions for accounting, fair value of grazing, and

claims for damages to land.

(a) Authorization to commence and defend actions

in District Court.

(b) Defenses.

(c) Further original, ancillary or supplementary

actions to insure quiet enjoyment.

(d) United States as party; judgments as claims

against the United States.

(e) Remedies.

640d-18. Reduction of livestock within joint use area.

(a) Institution of conservation practices.

(b) Survey location of monuments and fencing of

boundaries.

(c) Completion of surveying, monumenting, and

fencing operations and livestock reduction

program.

640d-19. Perpetual use of Cliff Spring as shrine for

religious ceremonial purposes; boundary; piping

of water for use by residents.

640d-20. Use and right of access to religious shrines on

reservation of other tribe.

640d-21. Payments not to be considered as income for

eligibility under any other Federal or federally

assisted program or for assistance under Social

Security Act or for revenue purposes.

640d-22. Authorization for exchange of reservation lands;

availability of additional relocation benefits;

restrictions.

640d-23. Separability.

640d-24. Authorization of appropriations.

(a) Purposes; amounts.

(b) Availability of sums.

640d-25. Discretionary fund to expedite relocation efforts.

(a) Authorization of appropriations.

(b) Authorized uses.

(c) Funding and construction of Hopi high school

and medical center.

640d-26. Implementation requirements.

(a) Environmental impact provisions.

(b) Transfer of public lands.

640d-27. Attorney fees, costs and expenses for litigation

or court action.

(a) Payment by Secretary; authorization of

appropriations.

(b) Award by court; reimbursement to Secretary.

(c) Excess difference between award of court and

award of Secretary treated as final

judgment of Court of Claims.

(d) Litigation of court actions applicable.

640d-28. Life estates.

(a) Omitted.

(b) Application for lease; contents; filing

date; extension.

(c) Application groupings.

(d) Number of leases; priorities.

(e) Area; allowable livestock; assistance by

Secretary in feeding livestock.

(f) Individuals permitted to reside;

regulations.

(g) Termination.

(h) Relocation benefits upon voluntary

relinquishment; compensation upon death of

life tenant or surviving spouse; relocation

of dependents.

(i) Payment of fair market rental value.

(j) Improvements.

(k) Additional leases for Hopi heads of

household.

640d-29. Restrictions on lobbying; exception.

640d-30. Navajo Rehabilitation Trust Fund.

(a) Establishment.

(b) Deposit of income into Fund.

(c) Secretary as trustee; investment of funds.

(d) Availability of funds; purposes.

(e) Conceptual framework for expenditure of

funds.

(f) Termination of Trust Fund.

(g) Authorization of appropriations;

reimbursement of General Fund.

640d-31. Residence of families eligible for relocation

assistance.

SUBCHAPTER XXIII - HOPI TRIBE: INDUSTRIAL PARK

641. Congressional findings and declaration of purpose

642. Powers of Tribal Council.

(a) Sale of lands.

(b) Mortgages or deeds of trust; law governing

mortgage foreclosure or sale; United States

as party; removal of cases; appeals.

(c) Pledge of revenue or other income to secure

indebtedness for development of park; law

governing action to enforce pledge; United

States as party.

(d) Issuance of bonds and payment of costs

thereof; sale of bonds at public or private

sale.

(e) Appointment of bank or trust company as

trustee for purposes of authorization and

creation of issue of bonds; authority to

commence action to enforce obligations to

tribe without joining United States as

party.

(f) Entering business ventures as shareholder,

or as limited partner with corporation,

firm or person operating within park.

(g) Lease of lands and improvements thereon.

643. Council's powers subject to approval by Secretary.

644. Bonds as valid and binding obligations.

645. Exemption from taxation.

646. Exempted securities.

SUBCHAPTER XXIV - HUALAPAI TRIBE

647. Disposition of judgment fund; deductions;

advances, expenditures, investments or

reinvestments for authorized purposes.

648. Tax exemption.

649. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XXV - INDIANS OF CALIFORNIA

651. "Indians of California" defined.

652. Claims against United States for appropriated

lands; submission to United States Court of

Federal Claims; appeal; grounds for relief.

653. Statutes of limitations unavailable against

claims; amount of decree; set-off.

654. Claims presented by petition; filing date;

amendment; signature and verification; official

letters, documents, etc., furnished.

655. Reimbursement of State of California for necessary

costs and expenses.

656. Judgment amount deposited in Treasury to credit of

Indians; interest rate; use of fund.

657. Revision of roll of Indians.

658. Distribution of $150 from fund to each enrolled

Indian.

659. Distribution of judgment fund.

(a) Preparation of Indian roll.

(b) Contents.

(c) Application for enrollment.

660. Equal share distribution of 1964 appropriation.

(a) Persons covered; amounts.

(b) Persons excepted.

661. Equal share distribution of undistributed balance

of 1945 appropriation.

(a) Persons covered; amounts.

(b) Credit to judgment account.

662. Heirs of deceased enrollees; tax exemption.

663. Rules and regulations; filing deadline.

SUBCHAPTER XXVI - SOUTHERN UTE INDIAN TRIBE OF COLORADO

668. Sale of lands held by the United States.

669. Use of sale proceeds for purchase of real property

only.

670. Mortgage or deed of trust of lands sold; United

States as party to all proceedings.

SUBCHAPTER XXVII - UTE INDIANS OF UTAH

671. Use of funds of the Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah

and Ouray Reservation for expenditure and per

capita payments; regulations applicable to loans;

restriction on attorney fees.

672. Division of trust funds; ratification of

resolution; crediting of shares; release of

United States from liability in certain cases.

673. Repealed.

674. Use of funds of the Ute Mountain Tribe of the Ute

Mountain Reservation for expenditure and per

capita payments; taxation of lands and funds;

regulations applicable to loans.

675. Restriction on payment of funds for agents' or

attorneys' fees.

676. Use of funds of Southern Ute Tribe of Southern Ute

Reservation for expenditure and per capita

payments; regulations applicable to loans.

676a. Distribution of judgment fund.

676b. Distribution of judgment fund; deductions;

availability for certain uses.

676b-1. Tax exemption.

SUBCHAPTER XXVIII - UTE INDIANS OF UTAH: DISTRIBUTION OF ASSETS

BETWEEN MIXED-BLOOD AND FULL-BLOOD MEMBERS; TERMINATION OF FEDERAL

SUPERVISION OVER PROPERTY OF MIXED-BLOOD MEMBERS

677. Purpose.

677a. Definitions.

677b. Method of determining Ute Indian blood.

677c. Transfer of members from full-blood roll to

mixed-blood group; time; certification by

Secretary.

677d. Restriction of tribe to full-blood members after

publication of final rolls; non-interest of

mixed-blood members; new membership.

677e. Organization of mixed-blood members; constitution

and bylaws; representatives; actions in absence

of organization.

677f. Employment of legal counsel for mixed-blood

members; fees.

677g. Membership rolls of full-blood and mixed-blood

members; preparation and initial publication;

appeal from inclusion or omission from rolls;

finality of determination; final publication;

inheritable interest; future membership.

677h. Sale or other disposition of certain described

lands; funds; relief of United States from

liability; assigned lands.

677i. Division of assets; basis; prior alienation or

encumbrance; partition by Secretary upon

nonagreement; assistance; management of claims

and rights; division of net proceeds;

applicability of usual processes of the law to

originally owned stock of corporate

representative and to corporate distributions.

677j. Advances or expenditures from tribal funds;

restrictions on mixed-blood group until adoption

of plan for terminating supervision.

677k. Adjustment of debts in making per capita payments

to mixed-blood members; execution of mortgages on

property.

677l. Distribution to individual members of mixed-blood

group; preparation and approval of plan;

assistance; provisions permitted in plan.

677m. Procedure by Secretary if distribution not

completed within seven years from August 27,

1954.

677n. Disposal by mixed-blood members of their

individual interests in tribal assets; requisites

and conditions.

677o. Termination of restrictions on individually owned

property of the mixed-blood group.

(a) Transfer of control of trust property;

removal of sales restrictions.

(b) Partition or sale by Secretary prior to

removal of restrictions.

677p. Tax exemption; exceptions and time limits;

valuation for income tax on gains or losses.

677q. Applicability of decedents' estates laws to

individual trust property of mixed-blood members.

677r. Indian claims unaffected.

677s. Valid leases, permits, liens, etc., unaffected.

677t. Water rights.

677u. Protection of minors, persons non compos mentis,

and other members needing assistance; guardians.

677v. Termination of Federal trust; publication;

termination of Federal services; application of

Federal and State laws.

677w. Presentation of development program for full-blood

group to eventually terminate Federal

supervision.

677x. Citizenship status unaffected.

677y. Execution by Secretary of patents, deeds, etc.

677z. Rules and regulations; tribal or group referenda.

677aa. Procedure by Secretary upon non-agreement between

mixed-blood and full-blood groups.

SUBCHAPTER XXIX - RED LAKE BAND OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS OF MINNESOTA

681. Per capita payment to tribal members; rules and

regulations.

682. Payment free of liens or claims.

683. Payments not "other income and resources".

684. Per capita payment to tribal members;

installments; rules and regulations.

685. Payment free of liens or claims.

686. Payments not "other income and resources".

687. Per capita payment to tribal members; rules and

regulations.

688. Payment free of liens or claims.

689. Payments not "other income and resources".

690. Distribution of judgment fund; tax exemption of

per capita payments.

SUBCHAPTER XXX - WESTERN OREGON INDIANS: TERMINATION OF FEDERAL

SUPERVISION

691. Purpose.

692. Definitions.

693. Membership roll; preparation and initial

publication; eligibility for enrollment; appeal

from inclusion or omission from roll; finality of

determination; final publication.

694. Personal property rights; restrictions.

695. Tribal property.

(a) Procedure for transfer.

(b) Property not transferred in accordance with

recognized procedure; election to retain

property.

(c) Compensation of agents or attorneys.

(d) Selection of trustees; approval by

Secretary.

696. Individual property.

(a) Transfer of unrestricted control.

(b) Removal of restrictions on sales or

encumbrances; fee simple title.

(c) Multiple land ownership; partition; sale;

election to purchase; unlocated owners.

697. Property of deceased members.

(a) Federal laws not applicable to probate.

(b) State, etc., laws applicable to probate.

698. Transfer of federally owned property.

699. Taxes; initial exemption; taxes following

distribution; valuation for capital gains or

losses.

700. Protection of minors, persons non compos mentis

and other members needing assistance; guardians;

other adequate means.

701. Advances or expenditures from tribal funds.

702. Execution by Secretary of patents, deeds, etc.

703. Termination of Federal trust.

(a) Publication; termination of Federal

services; application of Federal and State

laws.

(b) Citizenship status unaffected.

(c) Education and training program; purposes;

subjects; transportation; subsistence;

contracts; other education programs.

704. Omitted.

705. Offset of individual indebtedness; credit.

706. Indian claims unaffected.

707. Valid leases, permits, liens, etc., unaffected.

708. Rules and regulations; tribal referenda.

SUBCHAPTER XXX-A - SILETZ INDIAN TRIBE: RESTORATION OF FEDERAL

SUPERVISION

711. Definitions.

711a. Federal recognition.

(a) Extension; laws applicable; eligibility for

Federal services and benefits.

(b) Restoration of rights and privileges.

(c) Hunting, fishing or trapping rights and

tribal reservations not restored.

(d) Effect on property rights or obligations,

contractual rights or obligations, or

obligations for taxes.

711b. Membership roll.

(a) Opening; duty of Secretary, Interim Council,

and tribal officials.

(b) Prerequisites for inclusion.

(c) Verification of descendancy, age, and blood;

appeal; finality of determination;

possession of enrollment records and

materials.

(d) Franchisement.

711c. Interim Council.

(a) Nomination and election of members; notice;

meetings; ballot requirements; approval by

Secretary.

(b) Powers of Council.

(c) Council vacancies; notice; meeting;

election.

711d. Tribal constitution and bylaws.

(a) Election; time and procedure.

(b) Pre-election distribution of proposed

constitution and bylaws and brief impartial

description; consultation by Interim

Council with members of tribe.

(c) Majority vote necessary for adoption of

constitution and bylaws.

(d) Election of tribal officials provided for in

constitution and bylaws; ballot

requirements.

711e. Reservation.

(a) Establishment.

(b) Plan; negotiation with tribe; approval by

tribal officials; submittal to Congress.

(c) Notification and consultation.

(d) Provisions of plan.

(e) Statement.

711f. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XXX-B - COW CREEK BAND OF UMPQUA TRIBE OF OREGON

712. Definitions.

712a. Extension of Federal recognition, rights, and

privileges.

(a) Federal recognition.

(b) Restoration of rights and privileges.

(c) Federal services and benefits.

(d) Effect on property rights and other

obligations.

712b. Organization of tribe.

(a) Organization and organic governing document.

(b) New governing document or amendments or

revisions of interim governing document;

tribal election.

(c) Approval of new governing document.

(d) Interim governing document pending approval.

(e) Governing body pending adoption of final

document.

712c. Tribal membership.

(a) Membership.

(b) Preparation of membership roll by Secretary;

individuals to be included.

(c) Regulations governing application process.

(d) Limitation; tribal discretion; additional

requirements.

712d. Rules.

712e. Certain property taken into trust.

SUBCHAPTER XXX-C - CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE GRAND RONDE COMMUNITY

OF OREGON

713. Definitions.

713a. Consideration of Confederated Tribes of Grand

Ronde Community as one tribe.

713b. Restoration of Federal recognition, rights, and

privileges.

(a) Federal recognition.

(b) Restoration of rights and privileges.

(c) Federal services and benefits.

(d) No hunting, fishing or trapping rights

restored.

(e) Effect on property rights and other

obligations.

713c. Interim Council.

(a) Establishment.

(b) Nomination and election of Interim Council

members.

(c) Authority and capacity; termination.

(d) Vacancy on Interim Council.

713d. Tribal constitution and bylaws; tribal governing

body.

(a) Adoption of proposed constitution and

bylaws; election: time and procedure.

(b) Notice and consultation.

(c) Majority vote for adoption; procedure in

event of failure to adopt proposed

constitution.

(d) Election of tribal governing body.

713e. Membership rolls; voting rights of member.

(a) Membership roll established and opened.

(b) Criteria governing eligibility.

(c) Procedures for verification of eligibility.

(d) Voting rights of member.

713f. Establishment of tribal reservation.

(a) Plan for establishment of reservation.

(b) Consultation with State and local officials

required.

(c) Restriction on plan.

(d) Appendix to plan submitted to the Congress.

713g. Regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XXX-D - CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF COOS, LOWER UMPQUA, AND

SIUSLAW INDIANS: RESTORATION OF FEDERAL SUPERVISION

714. Definitions.

714a. Extension of Federal recognition, rights, and

privileges.

(a) Federal recognition.

(b) Restoration of rights and privileges.

(c) Hunting, fishing, or trapping rights not

granted or restored.

(d) Effect on property rights and other

obligations.

714b. Membership rolls.

(a) Opening; duty of Interim Council and tribal

officials.

(b) Criteria for enrollment.

(c) Verification of eligibility for enrollment;

appeal; finality of determination;

possession of enrollment records and

materials.

(d) Franchisement.

714c. Interim Council.

714d. Tribal constitution and bylaws.

(a) Election; time and procedure.

(b) Preelection distribution of proposed

constitution and bylaws and brief,

impartial description; consultation by

Interim Council with members of Tribe.

(c) Majority vote necessary for adoption of

constitution and bylaws.

(d) Election of tribal officials provided for in

constitution and bylaws; ballot

requirements.

714e. Reservation.

(a) Establishment.

(b) Legal description.

(c) State of Oregon; criminal and civil

jurisdiction.

714f. Regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XXX-E - COQUILLE INDIAN TRIBE OF OREGON: RESTORATION OF

FEDERAL SUPERVISION

715. Definitions.

715a. Restoration of Federal recognition, rights, and

privileges.

(a) Federal recognition.

(b) Restoration of rights and privileges.

(c) Federal services and benefits.

(d) Hunting, fishing, trapping, and water

rights.

(e) Indian Reorganization Act applicability.

(f) Certain rights not altered.

715b. Economic development.

(a) Plan for economic development.

(b) Restrictions to be contained in plan.

715c. Transfer of land to be held in trust.

(a) Lands to be taken in trust.

(b) Lands to be part of reservation.

(c) Lands to be nontaxable.

(d) Creation of Coquille Forest.

715d. Criminal and civil jurisdiction.

715e. Membership rolls.

(a) Compilation of tribal membership roll.

(b) Criteria for enrollments.

(c) Conclusive proof of Coquille ancestry and

degree of Indian blood quantum.

715f. Interim government.

715g. Tribal constitution.

(a) Election; time and procedure.

(b) Election of tribal officials; procedures.

SUBCHAPTER XXXI - ALABAMA AND COUSHATTA INDIANS OF TEXAS:

TERMINATION OF FEDERAL SUPERVISION

721. Transfer of property to Texas.

722. Termination of Federal trust; publication;

termination of Federal services; admission to

hospitals and schools.

723. Termination of Federal powers over tribe.

724. Cancellation of indebtedness.

725. Revocation of corporate charter.

726. Applicability of Federal and State laws.

727. Citizenship status unaffected.

728. Protection of Alabama and Coushatta Indians and

conservation of resources after issuance of

proclamation.

SUBCHAPTER XXXI-A - ALABAMA AND COUSHATTA INDIAN TRIBES OF TEXAS:

RESTORATION OF FEDERAL SUPERVISION

731. Definitions.

732. Alabama and Coushatta Indian Tribes of Texas

considered as one tribe.

733. Restoration of Federal trust relationship; Federal

services and assistance.

(a) Federal trust relationship.

(b) Restoration of rights and privileges.

(c) Federal benefits and services.

(d) Effect on property rights and other

obligations.

734. State and tribal authority.

(a) State authority.

(b) Current constitution and bylaws to remain in

effect.

(c) Authority and capacity of Tribal Council.

735. Adoption of new constitution and bylaws.

736. Provisions relating to tribal reservation.

(a) Federal reservation established.

(b) Conveyance of land by State.

(c) Conveyance of land by tribe.

(d) Approval of deed by Attorney General.

(e) Permanent improvements authorized.

(f) Civil and criminal jurisdiction within

reservation.

737. Gaming activities.

(a) In general.

(b) No State regulatory jurisdiction.

(c) Jurisdiction over enforcement against

members.

SUBCHAPTER XXXII - PAIUTE INDIANS OF UTAH: TERMINATION OF FEDERAL

SUPERVISION

741. Purpose.

742. Definitions.

743. Membership roll; preparation and initial

publication; appeal from inclusion or omission

from roll; finality of determination; final

publication.

744. Personal property rights; restrictions.

745. Tribal property.

(a) Procedure for transfer; compensation of

agents or attorneys.

(b) Property not transferred in accordance with

recognized procedure.

(c) Selection of trustees; approval by

Secretary; election to retain property.

(d) Reservation of subsurface rights.

746. Individual property.

(a) Transfer of unrestricted control.

(b) Removal of restrictions on sales or

encumbrances; fee simple title.

(c) Multiple land ownership; partition; sale;

election to purchase; unlocated owner.

747. Property of deceased members.

(a) Federal laws inapplicable to probate.

(b) State, etc., laws applicable to probate.

748. Transfer of federally owned property.

749. Taxes; initial exemption; taxes following

distribution; valuation for capital gains and

losses.

750. Indian claims unaffected.

751. Valid leases, permits, liens, etc., unaffected.

752. Water rights.

753. Protection of minors, persons non compos mentis

and other members needing assistance; guardians;

other adequate means.

754. Advances or expenditures from tribal funds.

755. Execution by Secretary of patents, deeds, etc.

756. Cancellation of indebtedness.

757. Termination of Federal trust.

(a) Publication; termination of Federal

services; application of Federal and State

laws.

(b) Citizenship status unaffected.

758. Status of Tribes.

(a) Revocation of corporate charter.

(b) Termination of Federal power.

759. Rules and regulations; tribal referenda.

760. Education and training program; purposes;

subjects; transportation; subsistence; contracts;

other education programs.

SUBCHAPTER XXXII-A - PAIUTE INDIANS OF UTAH: RESTORATION OF FEDERAL

SUPERVISION

761. Definitions.

762. Federal restoration of supervision.

(a) Trust relationship restored or confirmed;

statutory provisions applicable;

eligibility for Federal services and

benefits.

(b) Restoration of rights and privileges.

(c) Hunting, fishing, or trapping rights not

restored.

(d) Effect on property rights or obligations,

contractual rights or obligations, or

obligations for taxes.

763. Membership roll.

(a) Opening; establishment of accuracy.

(b) Prerequisites for inclusion.

(c) Verification of descendancy, age, and blood;

procedures applicable.

(d) Participation in elections and voting

rights.

764. Interim Council.

(a) Nomination and election of members; notice;

meetings; ballot requirements; approval by

Secretary.

(b) Powers and authorities.

(c) Vacancies; notice; meeting; election.

765. Tribal constitution and bylaws.

(a) Election; time and preconditions.

(b) Pre-election duties and functions of Interim

Council.

(c) Majority vote for adoption.

(d) Election of tribal officials pursuant to

constitution and bylaws; ballot

requirements.

766. Tribal reservation.

(a) Transfer of real property to Secretary;

existing rights applicable and status of

property subsequent to transfer; taxation.

(b) Exercise of civil and criminal jurisdiction

by Utah.

(c) Plan for enlargement of reservation;

negotiation; development; scope and

approval.

(d) Notification and consultative requirements

for enlargement plan.

(e) Contents of enlargement plan.

(f) Statement appended to enlargement plan

respecting implementation of notification

and consultative requirements.

767. Legal claims barred for lands lost through tax or

other sales since September 1, 1954.

768. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XXXIII - INDIAN TRIBES OF OREGON

771. Enrollment of descendants; determination of

eligibility.

772. Per capita payments to tribal members; tax

exemption.

773. Payments.

(a) Enrollees, next of kin, or legatees.

(b) Minors and persons under legal disability;

guardians.

(c) Payments not subject to debts; time limits.

774. Costs.

775. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XXXIV - CREEK NATION OF INDIANS

781. Distribution of funds.

(a) Allotment equalization payments.

(b) Per capita payments to enrollees, heirs, or

legatees.

(c) Judgment payments.

782. Payment to heirs or legatees.

(a) Laws governing.

(b) Proof of death and heirship or bequest.

783. Payments to minors or persons under legal

disability; liens, exception; tax exemption.

784. Appropriations.

785. Rules and regulations.

786. Credit of unclaimed and unpaid share of funds.

787. Advances or expenditures from tribal funds.

788. Federal trust upon escheat of estates of members

dying intestate without heirs.

788a. Disposition of judgment funds; preparation of

Indian roll; eligibility.

788b. Distribution of funds; tax exemption; equal

shares.

788c. Heirs of deceased enrollees.

788d. Rules and regulations.

788e. Disposition of judgment funds.

(a) Preparation of Indian roll; eligibility.

(b) Applications for enrollment.

788f. Distribution of funds; tax exemption; equal

shares.

788g. Heirs of deceased enrollees.

788h. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XXXV - WYANDOTTE TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA: TERMINATION OF

FEDERAL SUPERVISION

791 to 807. Repealed.

SUBCHAPTER XXXVI - PEORIA TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA: TERMINATION OF FEDERAL

SUPERVISION

821 to 826. Repealed.

SUBCHAPTER XXXVII - OTTAWA TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA: TERMINATION OF

FEDERAL SUPERVISION

841 to 853. Repealed.

SUBCHAPTER XXXVII-A - WYANDOTTE, PEORIA, OTTAWA, AND MODOC TRIBES

OF OKLAHOMA: RESTORATION OF FEDERAL SUPERVISION

861. Federal recognition of Wyandotte, Ottawa, and

Peoria Tribes.

(a) Extension or confirmation.

(b) Repeal of provisions terminating Federal

supervision.

(c) Tribal rights and privileges; reinstatement

and continuation.

(d) Continuation of property or contractual

rights or obligations and tax obligations.

861a. Organization of tribes.

(a) Modoc Tribe; extension of Federal

recognition and assistance; applicability

of provisions relating to Klamath Tribe;

membership requirements.

(b) Ottawa and Peoria Tribes; extension of

Federal assistance.

(c) Wyandotte Tribe; confirmation of validity of

organization and continuation.

861b. Restoration of supervision as fulfilling other

Federal statutory requirements.

(a) Wyandotte, Peoria, and Ottawa Tribes; right

or interest in tribal land.

(b) Modoc Tribe; right or interest in tribal

land.

(c) Modoc Tribe; publication of notice in

Federal Register of organization for

purposes of compliance.

861c. Programs and services by United States;

participation in by tribes as result of return to

status as Indians.

SUBCHAPTER XXXVIII - OTOE AND MISSOURIA INDIANS

871. Membership roll; preparation; eligibility for

enrollment; finality of determination.

872. Per capita distribution to tribal members.

873. Per capita payments.

(a) Enrollees, next of kin or legatees.

(b) Minors and persons under legal disability.

(c) Payments not subject to debts; tax

exemption.

874. Costs.

875. Rules and regulations.

876. Advances or expenditures from tribal funds; tax

exemption.

SUBCHAPTER XXXIX - INDIANS OF OKLAHOMA

881. Potawatomi Indians; disposition of judgment fund;

deductions; advances or expenditures for

authorized purposes; tax exemption.

881a. Trusts and other procedures for protection of

minors and persons under legal disability.

882. Sac and Fox Tribes; disposition of judgment fund;

deductions; advances, expenditures, investments,

or reinvestments for authorized purposes.

882a. Tax exemption.

883. Osage Tribe; disposition of judgment fund.

(a) Persons eligible for allotments; excepted

sums.

(b) Education program; advances, expenditures,

etc., for financing such program.

(c) Withdrawal of funds for payment of costs of

carrying out provisions.

883a. Payment of allotments.

(a) Living original allottees.

(b) Distribution to heirs; heirship

determinations; intestate succession;

finality of determinations and

distributions; reversion of minimal

amounts.

(c) Minors and persons under guardianship; rules

and regulations.

883b. Per capita shares; filing claims; reversion of

unclaimed shares.

883c. Income tax exemption.

883d. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XL - MENOMINEE TRIBE OF WISCONSIN: TERMINATION OF

FEDERAL SUPERVISION

891 to 902. Repealed.

SUBCHAPTER XLI - MENOMINEE TRIBE OF WISCONSIN: RESTORATION OF

FEDERAL SUPERVISION

903. Definitions.

903a. Federal recognition.

(a) Extension; laws applicable.

(b) Repeal of provisions terminating Federal

supervision; reinstatement of tribal rights

and privileges.

(c) Continuation of tribal rights and

privileges.

(d) Continuation of property or contractual

rights or obligations and tax obligations.

(e) Grants for services entitled to upon Federal

recognition; terms and conditions; power of

Menominee Restoration Committee.

903b. Menominee Restoration Committee.

(a) Nomination and election of members; time and

procedure; ballot requirements; approval by

Secretary; powers of Committee.

(b) Eligible voters; notice by Secretary of

nominating meeting and election.

(c) Membership roll; opening; revision

procedure; prerequisites for inclusion;

possession and maintenance of enrollment

records and materials; appeal; finality of

determination.

903c. Tribal constitution and bylaws.

(a) Election; time and procedure.

(b) Distribution by Menominee Restoration

Committee prior to election of proposed

constitution and bylaws and brief impartial

description; consultations by Committee

with persons entitled to vote.

(c) Election of tribal officers provided for in

constitution and bylaws; time and procedure

for initial election; subsequent elections

governed by constitution, bylaws and

ordinances.

(d) Majority vote necessary for passage and

initial election of tribal governing body;

minimum number of voters required to vote.

(e) Revision of time periods pursuant to

agreement of Secretary and Menominee

Restoration Committee.

903d. Transfer of assets of Menominee Enterprises, Inc.

(a) Negotiation and development of plan for

assumption of assets; submittal of plan to

Congress.

(b) Acceptance of assets by Secretary;

prerequisites; preexisting rights and

obligations in assets; United States as

trustee for land transferred; exemption

from taxation for transfer of assets and

assets transferred.

(c) Transfer to Secretary of real property of

Menominee Tribe members; necessity for

transfer by Menominee owner or owners;

preexisting rights and obligations in land;

United States as trustee for land

transferred; exemption from taxation for

transfer of assets and assets transferred.

(d) Consultation by Secretary and Menominee

Restoration Committee with appropriate

State and local government officials for

nonimpairment of necessary governmental

services upon transfer of assets.

(e) Establishment of local government bodies,

etc., by Wisconsin to provide necessary

governmental services in Menominee County.

903e. Rules and regulations.

903f. Authorization of appropriations.

SUBCHAPTER XLII - QUAPAW TRIBE: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

911. Membership roll; preparation; eligibility for

enrollment; applications for enrollment;

protests; finality of determination.

912. Per capita payments to enrollees, heirs or

legatees; tax exemption.

913. Distribution of shares.

(a) Payments to enrollees, next of kin, or

legatees.

(b) Payments to minors or persons under legal

disability.

914. Costs.

SUBCHAPTER XLIII - CATAWBA TRIBE OF SOUTH CAROLINA: DIVISION OF

ASSETS

931 to 938. Repealed.

SUBCHAPTER XLIII-A - CATAWBA INDIAN TRIBE OF SOUTH CAROLINA;

RESTORATION OF FEDERAL TRUST RELATIONSHIP

941. Declaration of policy, Congressional findings and

purpose.

(a) Findings.

(b) Purpose.

941a. Definitions.

941b. Restoration of Federal trust relationship.

(a) Restoration of Federal trust relationship

and approval, ratification, and

confirmation of Settlement Agreement.

(b) Eligibility for Federal benefits and

services.

(c) Repeal of Termination Act.

(d) Effect on property rights and other

obligations.

(e) Extent of jurisdiction.

941c. Settlement funds.

(a) Authorization for appropriation.

(b) Disbursement in accordance with Settlement

Agreement.

(c) Federal, State, local and private

contributions held in trust by Secretary.

(d) Nonpayment of State, local, or private

contributions.

941d. Ratification of prior transfers; extinguishment of

aboriginal title, rights and claims.

(a) Ratification of transfers.

(b) Aboriginal title.

(c) Extinguishment of claims.

(d) Extinguishment of title.

(e) Bar to future claims.

(f) No derogation of fee simple in Existing

Reservation, or effect on Members' fee

interests.

(g) Costs and attorneys' fees.

(h) Personal claims not affected.

(i) Federal payment.

(j) State payment.

941e. Base membership roll.

(a) Base membership roll criteria.

(b) Base membership roll notice.

(c) Completion of base membership roll.

(d) Future membership in Tribe.

941f. Transitional and provisional government.

(a) Future tribal government.

(b) Executive Committee as transitional body.

941g. Tribal constitution and governance.

(a) Indian Reorganization Act.

(b) Adoption of new tribal constitution.

(c) Majority vote for adoption; procedure in

event of failure to adopt proposed

constitution.

(d) Election of tribal officers.

(e) Extension of time.

941h. Administrative provisions relating to

jurisdiction, taxation, and other matters.

941i. Tribal trust funds.

(a) Purposes of trust funds.

(b) Outside management option.

(c) Transfer of trust funds; exculpation of

Secretary.

(d) Land Acquisition Trust.

(e) Economic Development Trust.

(f) Education Trust.

(g) Social Services and Elderly Assistance

Trust.

(h) Per Capita Payment Trust Fund.

(i) Duration of trust funds.

(j) Transfer of money among trust funds.

(k) Trust fund accounting.

(l) Replacement of investment management firm

and modification of investment management

plan.

(m) Trust funds not counted for certain

purposes; use as matching funds.

941j. Establishment of Expanded Reservation.

(a) Existing Reservation.

(b) Expanded Reservation.

(c) Expansion zones.

(d) Non-contiguous tracts.

(e) Voluntary land purchases.

(f) Terms and conditions of acquisition.

(g) Authority to erect permanent improvements on

Existing and Expanded Reservation land and

non-Reservation land held in trust.

(h) Easements over Reservation.

(i) Jurisdictional status.

(j) Sale and transfer of Reservation lands.

(k) Time limit on acquisitions.

(l) Leases of Reservation lands.

(m) Non-applicability of BIA land acquisition

regulations.

941k. Non-Reservation properties.

(a) Acquisition of non-Reservation properties.

(b) Authority to dispose of lands.

(c) Restrictions.

941l. Games of chance.

(a) Inapplicability of Indian Gaming Regulatory

Act.

(b) Games of chance generally.

941m. General provisions.

(a) Severability.

(b) Interpretation consistent with Settlement

Agreement.

(c) Laws and regulations of United States.

(d) Eligibility for consideration to become

enterprise zone or general purpose foreign

trade zone.

(e) General applicability of State law.

(f) Subsequent amendments to Settlement

Agreement or State Act.

941n. Tax treatment of income and transactions.

SUBCHAPTER XLIV - AGUA CALIENTE (PALM SPRINGS) RESERVATION OF

CALIFORNIA: EQUALIZATION OF ALLOTMENTS

951. Authority to equalize allotments.

952. Members entitled to allotment; prohibition against

further allotments.

953. Lands.

(a) Determination of value of unallotted and

allotted lands; exclusion of deceased

allottees' allotments.

(b) Lands not subject to allotment.

(c) Equalization for living members by allotment

without regard to acreage limitations;

creation of right by selection and

approval; allotments made subject to laws

and regulations.

(d) Portions in airport subject to allotment

unless sold; procedure for sale; payment of

sale proceeds in lieu of allotment.

954. Powers and duties of guardians.

(a) Appointment and continuance in office;

notice to Secretary of State court

proceedings; appearance.

(b) Management and disposition of trust property

and property subject to restrictions

against alienation by guardians,

conservators, or fiduciaries; approved

activities; approval of activities.

(c) Reports by guardians; failure or refusal to

report; fraudulent, capricious, arbitrary

or grossly erroneous reports; prosecution;

appropriate relief.

(d) Delivery to Secretary of money of property

at termination of fiduciary relationship.

(e) Use and disposition of money or property

held in trust by the United States by the

Secretary; consent by competent Indian;

determination of competency; applicability

of administrative procedure under title 5;

time and place of hearing; judicial review.

(f) Authority of the Secretary under other

provisions unaffected.

955. Tax exemption.

956. Claims against allotments.

(a) Assignment, sale, hypothecation, attachment

or levy void unless approved.

(b) Liens and lis pendens; legal services.

957. Allotments deemed full equalization.

958. Organization and transfer of title to legal

entity.

SUBCHAPTER XLV - OMAHA TRIBE: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

961. Membership roll; preparation; eligibility for

enrollment; applications for enrollment;

protests; finality of determination.

962. Membership roll; enrollment of children born after

September 14, 1961.

963. Per capita distributions to tribal members;

attorneys' fees and expenses; advances or

expenditures from tribal funds; tax exemption.

964. Distribution of shares.

(a) Payments to enrollees, next of kin, or

legatees.

(b) Payments to minors or persons under legal

disability.

965. Payments not subject to liens, debts, or claims;

exception.

966. Costs.

967. Rules and regulations.

967a. Per capita payments to enrolled tribal members;

use of balance of funds.

967b. Payments to minors and persons under legal

disability; shares under certain amount to revert

to tribe.

967c. Tax exemption.

967d. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XLVI - PONCA TRIBE OF NEBRASKA: TERMINATION OF FEDERAL

SUPERVISION

971. Membership roll; preparation; eligibility for

enrollment; protests against inclusion or

omission from roll; finality of determination;

publication of roll; publication of notice of

agreement to division of assets; finality of

roll.

972. Personal property rights; restrictions.

973. Distribution of assets.

(a) Tribal assets; time limitation.

(b) Designation of property for church, park,

playground, or cemetery.

(c) Homesites; market value; improvements.

(d) Sale of assets not selected; bidding.

(e) Proceeds and tribal funds for payment of

tribal debts; distributive share; set off;

member purchases of tribal property.

974. Sale of trust lands.

(a) Requisite owners' request; time limitation;

bidding; member purchases; reservation of

mineral rights; representation of minors,

incompetents and missing owners.

(b) Removal of restrictions; title to lands.

975. Land surveys and execution of conveyances by

Secretary; title of grantee.

976. Indian claims unaffected.

977. Rights, privileges, and obligations under Nebraska

laws unaffected.

978. Taxes; initial exemption; taxes following

distribution; valuation for capital gains or

losses.

979. Expenses; appropriation authorization.

980. Termination of Federal trust; publication;

termination of Federal services; application of

Federal and State laws; citizenship status

unaffected.

SUBCHAPTER XLVI-A - PONCA TRIBE OF NEBRASKA: RESTORATION OF RIGHTS

AND PRIVILEGES

983. Definitions.

983a. Federal recognition.

983b. Restoration of rights.

(a) Rights abrogated or diminished.

(b) Rights existing prior to restoration.

(c) Acceptance by Secretary of real property

transferred for benefit of Tribe; exemption

from taxation.

(d) Effect on existing rights and obligations.

(e) Reservation status.

983c. Services.

983d. Interim government.

983e. Membership roll.

(a) Accuracy pending adoption of tribal

constitution.

(b) Eligibility pending adoption of tribal

constitution; appeal of exclusion.

(c) Constitution as governing.

983f. Tribal constitution.

(a) Adoption by secret ballot; absentee

balloting.

(b) Election of tribal officials.

(c) Governing body treated as Indian tribal

government for purposes of taxation.

983g. Regulations.

983h. Economic development plan.

(a) Establishment; submittal to Congress.

(b) Consultation with State and local officials.

(c) Required provisions.

(d) Statement regarding individuals consulted,

and testimony or comments received by

Secretary.

SUBCHAPTER XLVII - CHEROKEE NATION: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

991. Per capita payments to tribal members; closure of

rolls; appropriations; accrued interest;

deductions.

992. Payments to adults, heirs or legatees; shares

under certain amounts to revert to tribe;

protection of minors and persons under legal

disability.

993. Claims.

(a) Time for filing; reversion of funds upon

failure to file.

(b) Use of reverted funds.

994. Tax exemption.

995. Payments not subject to liens, debts, or claims;

exception.

996. Payments not "other income and resources".

997. Costs.

998. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XLVIII - SNAKE OR PAIUTE INDIANS OF OREGON: DISTRIBUTION

OF JUDGMENT FUND

1011. Membership roll; preparation; eligibility for

enrollment; time for filing application; finality

of Secretary's determination.

1012. Authorization to withdraw, prorate and distribute

funds.

1013. Distribution; persons entitled; considerations;

tax exemption.

1014. Costs.

1015. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XLIX - SHAWNEE TRIBE OR NATION: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT

FUND

1031. Disposition of funds.

1032. Absentee and Eastern Bands; authorization for use

of funds by tribal governing bodies; approval of

Secretary of the Interior.

1033. Cherokee Band; preparation of roll; eligibility

for enrollment; rules and regulations.

1034. Cherokee Band; per capita distribution.

1035. Distribution of shares.

(a) Payments to enrollees, next of kin, or

legatees.

(b) Payments to minors or persons under legal

disability.

1036. Taxes.

1037. Costs.

1038. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER XLIX-A - SHAWNEE TRIBE STATUS

1041. Findings.

1041a. Definitions.

1041b. Federal recognition, trust relationship, and

program eligibility.

(a) Federal recognition.

(b) Program eligibility.

1041c. Establishment of a tribal roll.

(a) Approval of base roll.

(b) Base roll eligibility.

(c) Future membership.

1041d. Organization of the Tribe; tribal constitution.

(a) Existing constitution and governing body.

(b) Constitution.

1041e. Tribal land.

(a) Land acquisition.

(b) Restriction.

1041f. Jurisdiction.

(a) In general.

(b) Rule of construction.

1041g. Individual Indian land.

1041h. Treaties not affected.

SUBCHAPTER L - TILLAMOOK AND NEHALEM BANDS OF THE TILLAMOOK

INDIANS: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

1051. Membership roll; preparation; eligibility for

enrollment; filing of applications; finality of

Secretary's decision.

1052. Distribution of funds; pro rata basis.

1053. Taxes.

1054. Costs.

1055. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LI - CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE COLVILLE RESERVATION:

DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

1071. Per capita payments to enrolled tribal members;

tax exemption.

1072. Per capita distribution; limitation of $950 per

share.

1073. Tax exemption; payments to minors and persons

under legal disabilities.

SUBCHAPTER LII - QUILEUTE AND HOH TRIBES OF WASHINGTON:

DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

1081. Division of funds on basis of tribal membership

rolls; advances or expenditures from tribal

funds.

1082. Membership rolls; preparation; eligibility for

enrollment; relinquishment of membership with

other tribes.

1083. Quileute base roll.

1084. Hoh base roll.

1085. Tribal organizational document: development and

adoption.

1086. Advances or expenditures from tribal funds.

1087. Tax exemption.

1088. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LIII - NOOKSACK TRIBE OF WASHINGTON: DISTRIBUTION OF

JUDGMENT FUND

1101. Membership roll; preparation; eligibility for

enrollment; filing of applications; finality of

determination.

1102. Distribution of funds; persons entitled.

1103. Payments to enrollees, heirs or legatees;

protection of minors and persons under legal

disability; credits of shares under certain

amounts; escheat.

1104. Tax exemption.

1105. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LIV - MIAMI INDIANS OF INDIANA AND OKLAHOMA:

DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

1111. Distribution and use of funds.

1112. Advances or expenditures from funds of Miami Tribe

of Oklahoma; persons entitled.

1113. Miami Indians of Indiana; membership roll;

preparation; eligibility for enrollment.

1114. Miami Indians of Oklahoma; membership roll;

preparation; eligibility for enrollment.

1115. Applications; place for filing; finality of

determination.

1116. Distribution of funds of Miami Indians of Indiana;

persons entitled.

1117. Distribution of funds of Miami Indians of

Oklahoma; persons entitled.

1118. Distribution of shares.

(a) Payments to enrollees, next of kin, or

legatees.

(b) Payments to minors or persons under legal

disability.

1119. Reserve funds for expenses.

(a) Establishment.

(b) Availability.

1120. Tax exemption; costs.

1121. Rules and regulations.

1122. Payment and distribution of judgment funds.

1123. Costs.

1124. Revision of enrollment list.

1125. Applications for enrollment.

1126. Equal distribution to individuals enrolled.

1127. Use of appropriated funds; approval by Secretary

on receipt of recommendations from tribal

governing body.

1128. Distribution of shares.

(a) Payments to enrollees, next of kin, or

legatees.

(b) Payments to minors or persons under legal

disability.

1129. Tax exemption.

1130. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LV - DUWAMISH TRIBE OF WASHINGTON: DISTRIBUTION OF

JUDGMENT FUND

1131. Membership roll; preparation; eligibility for

enrollment; applications; place for filing;

finality of determination.

1132. Equal share distribution; persons entitled.

1133. Payments to enrollees, heirs, or legatees;

protection of minors and persons under legal

disability; escheats.

1134. Tax exemption.

1135. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LVI - EMIGRANT NEW YORK INDIANS: DISTRIBUTION OF

JUDGMENT FUND

1141. Distribution of funds; attorney's fees and

expenses.

1142. Membership rolls; Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin;

Stockbridge-Munsee Indian Community of Wisconsin;

Brotherton Indians of Wisconsin.

1143. Assistance of Secretary in preparing membership

rolls; applications for enrollment.

1144. Apportionment; ratio of apportioned shares.

1145. Disposition of apportioned shares.

1146. Federal and State income taxes.

1147. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LVII - UPPER AND LOWER CHEHALIS TRIBES: DISTRIBUTION OF

JUDGMENT FUND

1151. Membership roll; preparation; eligibility for

enrollment; applications; finality of

determination.

1152. Distribution in equal shares.

1153. Payments to minors and persons under legal

disabilities; escheats.

1154. Tax exemption.

1155. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LVIII - CHEYENNE-ARAPAHO INDIANS OF OKLAHOMA:

DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

1161. Authorization for distribution of funds.

1162. Trust; education and scholarships; approval of

agreement.

1163. Payments to enrollees, heirs or legatees; trust

for minors and persons under legal disability;

approval of agreement.

1164. Claims.

(a) Time for filing; reversion of funds upon

failure to file.

(b) Use of reverted funds.

1165. Tax exemption.

1166. Costs.

(a) Payment from judgment fund.

(b) Use of reverted funds.

1167. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LIX - IOWA TRIBES OF KANSAS AND NEBRASKA AND OF

OKLAHOMA: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

1171. Distribution of funds; authorized spending; per

capita payment; tax exemption.

SUBCHAPTER LX - DELAWARE NATION OF INDIANS

1181. Distribution of judgment fund; preparation of

Indian roll; eligibility.

1182. Division between Cherokee Delawares and the

Delaware Tribe of Indians of Western Oklahoma.

1183. Equal share distribution.

1184. Heirs of deceased enrollees.

1185. Tax exemption.

1186. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LXI - CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF UMATILLA RESERVATION:

DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

1191. Per capita distribution; trusts for minors and

incompetents; payments to heirs or legatees.

1192. Eligibility for per capita payments.

1193. Status of funds pending distribution.

1194. Per capita distributions as exempt from taxation.

1195. Disposition of funds withheld from per capita

distribution.

SUBCHAPTER LXII - SIOUX TRIBE OF MONTANA: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT

FUND

1201. Per capita distributions to tribal members;

attorney's fees, expenses, and other deductions;

eligibility of members.

1202. Per capita shares; reversion to tribe; use of

reverted funds.

1203. Protection of minors and persons under legal

disability.

1204. Tax exemption.

1205. Amount of agreed contribution to joint account for

expenditure for official salaries and expenses of

Fort Peck Tribes; discretionary per capita

distributions.

SUBCHAPTER LXIII - TLINGIT AND HAIDA INDIANS OF ALASKA

1211. Distribution of fund; authorized spending; tax

exemption.

1212. Findings.

1213. Reaffirmation of tribal status.

1214. Disclaimer.

(a) In general.

(b) Constitution of Central Council of Tlingit

and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska.

1215. Prohibition against duplicative services.

SUBCHAPTER LXIV - CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF WEAS, PIANKASHAWS,

PEORIAS, AND KASKASKIAS: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

1221. Membership roll.

(a) Preparation; eligibility for enrollment.

(b) Applications; finality of determination.

1222. Disposition of funds: improvement and maintenance

of Peoria Indian Cemetery; distribution of

balance in equal shares.

1223. Distribution of shares.

(a) Payments to enrollees, next of kin, or

legatees.

(b) Payments to minors or persons under legal

disability.

1224. Subsequent judgment funds; distribution;

preparation of current membership roll.

1225. Tax exemption.

1226. Shares not distributed within two years;

unexpended funds; reversion; bar of claims.

1227. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LXV - CHEMEHUEVI TRIBE: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

1231. Persons eligible for equal share payments.

1232. Enrollment.

(a) Preparation of roll; applications; finality

of determination.

(b) Dual awards.

1233. Payments to enrollees; per capita shares to heirs

or legatees; trusts and other procedures for

protection of minors and persons under legal

disability.

1234. Tax exemption.

1235. Identity of eligibility roll and membership roll.

1236. Costs.

SUBCHAPTER LXVI - PEMBINA BAND OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS: DISTRIBUTION OF

JUDGMENT FUND

1241. Distribution of funds; attorney fees and expenses.

1242. Membership rolls; preparation; eligibility;

excluded persons.

1243. Enrollment applications; filing; finality of

determination.

1244. Apportionment of funds; members and descendents of

Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, the Turtle Mountain

Band of Chippewas of North Dakota, the

Chippewa-Cree Tribe of Montana.

1245. Use of funds apportioned; approval by Secretary on

receipt of recommendations from certain tribal

organizations.

1246. Tax exemption.

1247. Payments to enrollees, heirs, or legatees;

protection of the interests of minors and persons

under legal disability.

1248. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LXVII - CONFEDERATED SALISH AND KOOTENAI TRIBES OF THE

FLATHEAD RESERVATION, MONTANA: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

1251. Distribution of funds; attorney fees and expenses.

1252. Tax exemption.

1253. Payments to minors.

SUBCHAPTER LXVIII - BLACKFEET AND GROS VENTRE TRIBES: DISTRIBUTION

OF JUDGMENT FUND

1261. Distribution of funds; attorney fees and expenses.

1262. Membership roll; per capita distribution; minors.

1263. Use of funds; authorization and approval.

1264. Tax exemption; Social Security eligibility.

1265. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LXIX - JICARILLA APACHE TRIBE: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT

FUND

1271. Disposition of judgment funds.

1272. Protection of minors and persons under legal

disability.

1273. Tax exemption.

1274. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LXX - HAVASUPAI TRIBE OF ARIZONA: DISTRIBUTION OF

JUDGMENT FUND

1281. Disposition of funds.

1282. Tax exemption.

1283. Payments to adults; trusts for minors and persons

under legal disability.

1284. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LXXI - DELAWARE TRIBE AND ABSENTEE DELAWARE TRIBE OF

WESTERN OKLAHOMA: DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

1291. Disposition of funds.

1292. Membership roll requirements.

1293. Applications for enrollment; filing date and

place; notice and appeal of rejections; review.

1294. Apportionment, credit, and disposition of funds.

(a) Authority of Secretary.

(b) Manner of payment.

1295. Payments to adults; trusts for minors and persons

under legal disability.

1296. Income tax exemption.

1297. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LXXII - YAVAPAI APACHE TRIBE OF ARIZONA: DISTRIBUTION OF

JUDGMENT FUND

1300. Distribution of funds; attorney fees and expenses.

1300a. Percentage of funds for Payson Indian Band.

1300a-1. Membership roll; preparation; eligibility for

enrollment; verification; approval.

1300a-2. Apportionment of funds; advances, expenditures,

investments, or reinvestments; utilization of

funds for Payson Band.

1300a-3. Tax exemption; trusts and other procedures for

protection of minors and persons under legal

disability.

1300a-4. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LXXIII - KICKAPOO INDIANS OF KANSAS AND OKLAHOMA:

DISTRIBUTION OF JUDGMENT FUND

1300b. Disposition of judgment funds; division of funds

on basis of tribal membership rolls; net tribal

credits.

1300b-1. Distribution of shares.

(a) Per capita shares to tribal members.

(b) Use of balance for advances, etc.

1300b-2. Approval of plans for use of money after

submission to Congressional committees.

1300b-3. Per capital payments; trusts and other procedures

for protection of minors and persons under legal

disability.

1300b-4. Tax exemption.

1300b-5. Rules and regulations.

SUBCHAPTER LXXIII-A - TEXAS BAND OF KICKAPOO INDIANS

1300b-11. Congressional findings and declaration of policy.

(