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Land Management Bureau-Continued
Government agencies, minerals developed by, to aid in prosecution of World

War II; leasing of, 43 $ 191.40
Grants, Federal:

Alaska; land grant for university, 43 Part 76
Oregon and California Railroad and Coos Bay Wagon Road grant lands, in

Oregon. See Oregon grant lands.
Railroads, public land grants to, 43 Part 273
States, grants to:

Carey Act grants, for irrigation purposes, 43 Part 272
Educational purposes, grants for, 43 Part 270

Swamp-land grants, 43 Part 271
Grazing lands:

Alaska; establishment of districts and issuance of leases, 43 Part 63
Classification of public lands for entry under Taylor Grazing Act, 43 Part 296
Exchanges, under Taylor Grazing Act:

By States, 43 Part 147
Conflicting applications; discretion of Secretary of Interior, 43 § 101.8

Privately owned lands, 43 Part 146
Federal Range Code for grazing districts, 43 Part 161

Applicants, qualifications of, 43 $ 161.3
Base properties:

Classification of, 43 $ 161.4

Transfers of, 43 $ 161.7
Contributions, 43 $ 161.17
Federal range:
Contributions for, 43 § 161.17

General rules of the range, 43 § 161.11
Improvements on construction and maintenance of, 43 § 161.15

Rating and classification of, 43 $ 161.5
Fees; time of payment, refunds, 43 § 161.8
Improvements on Federal range:

Construction and maintenance of, 43 $ 161.15

Contributions for, 43 $ 161.17
Licenses and permits:

Issuance of, 43 $ 161.6
Pledge as security for loans, extension of term, etc., 43 $ 161.18

Transfers of, 43 $ 161.7
Stockmen:

District advisory boards, 43 § 161.13

Local associations of, 43 $ 161.14
Fees, application service; schedule of fees, 43 Chapter I, note
Fishing, within game ranges or wildlife refuges in grazing districts, 43 $ 163.8
Game ranges. See Wildlife refuges or game ranges in grazing districts.
Gifts of lands in connection with grazing districts; acceptance of, on behalf

of United States, 43 Part 256
Grazing leases:

Applications, leases, rentals, improvements, etc., 43 Part 160
Classification of public land under Taylor Grazing Act, etc., 43 § 296.3
Leasing of State, county or privately owned lands in grazing districts;

evidence of ownership, period of lease, fees, etc., 43 Part 165 Oregon and California Railroad lands, revested, and reconveyed Coos

Bay Wagon Road grant lands in Oregon, 43 $8 115.128–115.135
Timber on lands covered by grazing leases, use of, 43 $ 284.41
Land-use permits, special, for public lands within or outside grazing dis-

tricts, 43 Part 258
Oregon and California Railroad lands, revested, and reconveyed Coos Bay

Wagon Road grant lands in Oregon; grazing leases, 43 $ $ 115.128

115.135
Stockmen:

District advisory boards, 43 $ 161.12
Local associations of; Federal Range Code regulations respecting,

43 $ 161.13
Timber, on lands covered by grazing leases; use of timber, procedure,

43 $ 284.41

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Land Management Bureau-Continued
Grazing lands—Continued
Wildlife refuges or game ranges in grazing districts, 43 Part 163

Acts not permitted, 43 $ 163.2
Animals, surplus; removal of, 43 $ 163.6
Fishing, 43 $ 163.8
Grazing; permission required, 43 § 163.3
Permits, exhibition and revocation of, 43 § 163.9
Protection of wildlife, 43 $ 163.1
Resources, economic utilization of, 43 § 163.7
Scientific studies, 43 $ 163.5

Specimens for scientific, exhibition, or propagating purposes, 43 $ 163.4
Hearings; rules of practice. See Practice.
Heirs of entrymen:

Homestead rights of, 43 $ $ 166.6, 166.62–166.66
Indians; rights of heirs, 43 $$ 176.6, 176.13
Reclamation or irrigation projects; completion of entries, etc., 43 $ $ 230.42,

230.43, 233.17, 233.18
Helium:
Naval helium reserves; applications for oil and gas leases for lands within

one mile of, 43 $ 192.5
Ownership and right to extract reserved to United States, 43 $ 192.2
Highways, rights-of-way. See Roads.
Home sites:

Alaska, 43 Part 64
Lease or sale of small tracts for, 43 Part 257

Soldiers' homesite rights, in Alaska, 43 $ $ 181.36–181.38
Homesteads:

See also Applications and entries.
Additional or second entry, etc.:
Additional entry:
Before or after proof on original claim; application, requirements,

etc., 43 $$ 166.70–166.73
On land contiguous to original entry, 43 $$ 166.67–166.69
Adjoining farm homesteads; qualifications of applicants, requirements

to complete entries, 43 $ 166.85
Second entry:
After commutation or payment of Indian price of original claim,

43 § 166.84
By person who paid Indian price of $1.25 per acre, or more, for

land in prior entry, 43 $S 166.78–166.83
By person whose former entry was lost, forfeited or abandoned,

43 $$ 166.74–166.77
Alaska. See Alaska, above.
Applications; execution of, showing required by Indians, etc., 43 $$ 166.17–

166.21
Certificates and scrip, in connection with soldiers' homestead rights. See

Military and naval service, below.
Classification of public lands for homestead entry, under Taylor Grazing

Act or Small-Tract Act, 43 Part 296
Coal deposits on stock-raising homesteads; protection of rights of surface

entrymen and owners, 43 $ $ 168.6, 168.7
Commutation proofs:
Requirements for; contests after 14 months' residence, 43 $$ 166.25,

166.33
Submission of, procedure governing, 43 $$ 166.44–166.50
Cultivation requirements, 43 $$ 166.23, 166.40–166.43
Devisees. See Widows, heirs or devisees.
Enlarged homesteads, 43 Part 167
Additional entry:
After proof for less than 160 acres, for double the area of additional

rights, 43 $$ 167.22–167.28
For contiguous lands, before and after proof on original claim,

43 $$ 167.10–167.14

Land Management Bureau-Continued
Homesteads-Continued
Enlarged homesteads, 43 Part 167–Continued
Additional entry-Continued
For incontiguous lands, after proof on original claim, 43 $S 167.15-

167.21
Applications to enter:

Form and execution of applications, fees, etc., 43 $$ 167.3, 167.4
Petition for designation; authorization, execution, action, etc., 43

$ $ 167.5–167.9
Forests, national; designation of entered lands within national forests

as basis for additional entry outside such forests, 43 $ $ 167.29–

167.31
Mortgage loans, on enlarged homesteads, 43 $$ 167.34, 167.35
Nonresidence homesteads; Utah and Idaho, 43 $$ 167.32, 167.33
Settlement claims, 43 $ 167.2
States in which enlarged homesteads may be made; character of land

subject thereto, 43 167.1
Fees, application, and service charges; schedule of fees, 43 Chapter I, note
Forests, national, homesteads in:
Additional entry outside forest based on entry within, 43 $$ 167.29–

167.31
Homesteads within; classification, preference right claimants, survey,

etc., 43 Part 170 General provisions, respecting original, additional, second, and adjoining

farm homesteads; applicants, lands, entries, fees, etc., 43 $$ 166.1

166.14
Heirs. See Widows, heirs or devisees.
Husband and wife cases:

See also Widows, heirs or devisees.
Completion of claim where woman marries subsequent to entry, 43

$ 166.12
Conditions under which married women may make homestead entry,

43 $ 166.5 Deserted wife, proof by, on husband's entry, 43 $$ 166.55–166.61 Homesteaders who intermarry, proofs by; entries and settlement claims

affected, requirements for proofs, etc., 43 $ $ 166.51–166.54 Improvements required:

For three-year proofs; habitable house, 43 § 166.24

Kinkaid homesteads, 43 $ 169.8
Indians:

See also Indian lands, below.

Entries by, 43 $ $ 166.7, 166.19, 166.20
Kinkaid homesteads, entry of certain lands in northwestern Nebraska; ad-

ditional entry, second entry, fees and commissions, etc., 43 Part 169 Leave of absence:

For 5 months each year, 43 $$ 166.36–166.38

For 1 year or less, because of failure of crops, sickness, etc., 43 & 166.39
Marriage of homesteaders. See Husband and wife cases.
Mineral deposits on stock-raising homesteads; reservation of rights, etc.,

43 $ $ 168.6, 168.7
Mortgage loans on homestead entries, 43 $$ 166.86, 166.87, 167.34, 167.35
Nonresidence homesteads in Utah and Idaho, 43 $$ 167.32, 167.33
Payments:

See also Payments and repayments, below.

In connection with commutation proofs, 43 § 166.25 (e)
Proofs. See Commutation proofs; and Three-year proofs.
Residence:

Extension of time to establish, 43 $ 166.26
Reduction in requirements because of climatic conditions, 43 $$ 166.27-

166.35
Requirements for 3-year proofs, 43 $ 166.22
Settlement claims, 43 $ $ 166.15, 166.16, 167.2
Soldiers' and sailors' homestead rights. See Military and naval service,

below.

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Land Management Bureau-Continued
Homesteads—Continued
Stock-raising homesteads, 43 Part 168

Coal deposits; reservation of rights, etc., 43 $$ 168.6, 168.7
Mineral deposits; reservation of rights, etc., 43 $$ 168.6, 168.7
Proofs, final, on original and additional entries; requirements, com-

missions, commutation, etc., 43 $ $ 168.1–168.5
Three-year proofs; residence, cultivation and improvements required, 43

88 166.22–166.24 Timber, on pending claims; use by homesteaders, 43 $$ 284.36–284.39 Widows, heirs or devisees, homestead rights of; right of entry, requirements,

etc., 43 88 166.6, 166.62–162.66
Hot or medicinal springs, public lands containing:

In Alaska, 43 Part 82
Leasing of lands for hotels, bath houses, etc., 43 $ $ 292.17–292.23

Withdrawals of lands, 43 $$ 292.6–292.9
Hotels, near or adjacent to springs; leasing of public lands for, 43 $ $ 292.17-

292.23
In Alaska, 43 $ 82.4
Housing, in Alaska; sale of public lands for, 43 $$ 75.13–75.36
Husband and wife cases:

Homestead entries. See Homesteads.
Rights of Indian wives, 43 $ 176.13

Timber and stone entries, by married woman, 43 $ 285.6
Idaho; Carey Act grants to certain States for irrigation and reclamation pur-

poses, 43 Part 272 Indian lands:

Alaska. See Alaska, above.
Allotments and possessions, 43 Part 176
Allotments on public domain; applications, rights of heirs, reservation

of minerals, allotments within national forests, etc., 43 $$ 176.1

176.18 Public lands occupied by Indians; suspension of applications of other

occupants, 43 $ 176.20
Relinquishments of allotments or homesteads; action on, 43 § 176.19
Carey Act grants; price to be paid by State for lands in Ute and Southern

Ute Reservations, in Colorado, 43 $ 272.16
Chippewa lands, in Minnesota drainage area; entries proof, and patents for,

43 $ 118.32
Citizenship, 43 $ 176.18
Coal lands, surplus, in reservations; disposition of, 43 $ 177.1
Exchanges of lands for consolidation or extension of certain reservations.

See Reservations.
Flathead Irrigation project, Montana; construction of project, price for

land, assignments; mortgages, etc., 43 Part 233
Forests, national; allotments within, 43 $ 176.15
Heirs to Indian allotments, rights of, 43 $ 176.6
Homesteads:

Entries by Indians, 43 88 166.7, 166.19, 166.20

Relinquishments of homesteads, action on, 43 $ 176.19
Irrigation, lands patented to States under Carey Act for; price for lands,

438 272.16
Minerals; reservation of rights in Indian allotments, 43 $ 176.9
Minor children, allotments to, 43 $ 176.12
Preemption entries on Indian lands, 43 Part 252, note
Public lands occupied by Indians; suspension of applications of other occu-

pants, 43 $ 176.20
Relinquishments of allotments or homesteads; action on, 43 § 176.19
Reservations, Indian holdings, etc.:

Coal lands, surplus, in reservations; disposal of, 43 § 177.1
Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona and Utah; exchanges of lands in,

43 88 149.62–149.77, 148.80–149.84
New Mexico, Indian holdings in; exchanges of lands for consolidation

of holdings, 43 $$ 149.33–149.41, 149.82-149.84

Land Management Bureau—Continued
Indian lands-Continued
Reservations, Indian holdings, etc.—Continued
Papago Indian Reservation, Arizona:

Exchanges of lands in, 43 $ $ 149.78, 149.79

Mining locations in, 43 § 185.37
Private lands within reservations, exchanges of, 43 $ $ 149.1–149.28
Pueblo Indians; exchanges of lands in certain areas, for consolidation,

43 $ $ 149.82-149.84
Red Lake Reservation (former); entry of lands legally assessed or

sold by State for drainage charges, 43 § 118.10
Surplus lands in reservations, disposal of:

Coal lands, 43 § 177.1
Lands withdrawn from disposal by order of Secretary of Interior

in 1934, 43 Part 177, note
Ute and Southern Ute Reservations, Colorado; price to be paid by

State before patents are issued for lands within former reserva

tion, 43 $ 272.16
Walapai Indian Reservation, Arizona; exchange of lands in, 43

$ $ 149.29–149.32
Surplus lands in reservations, disposal of:

Coal lands, 43 § 177.1
Lands withdrawn from disposal by orders of Secretary of Interior in

1934, 43 Part 177, note
Wives, rights of, in allotments and possessions, 43 176.13
Institutional purposes, State grants for, 43 Part 270
Irrigation. See Reclamation and irrigation.
Kinkaid homesteads; entry of certain lands in northwestern Nebraska, 43

Part 169 Korean conflict, veterans of; rights to public lands, 43 $ $ 181.35–181.47 Lake Mead Recreation Area; leases for minerals in lands withdrawn for recla

mation purposes, 43 $$ 199.70–199.81 Land descriptions, in patents, 43 $$ 108.1, 185.100 Leases:

Lands. See Sale, lease, or use of public lands.

Mineral leasing. See Mineral lands.
Livestock:

Grazing. See Grazing lands.
Homestead, stock-raising. See Homesteads.

Watering; rights-of-way for reservoirs for, 43 $8 244.29-244.37
Loans. See Mortgage loans.
Lode claims; general mining regulations, 43 $ $ 185.6–185.20, 185.38–185.64
Louisiana:

Classification of grazing lands containing sulphur deposits, 43 & 296.2
Erroneously meandered lands; sale to holders of color of title or riparian

claims, 43 $$ 141.15–141.18
Swamp lands. See Swamp lands.
Lumber, timber. See Timber lands.
Mail, certified; use for service of notice, 43 $ 101.19
Manufacturing or industrial purposes; sale of lands in Alaska for. See Alaska.
Michigan; swamp lands. See Swamp lands.
Migratory bird or other wildlife refuges; exchanges of lands for, 43 Part 151
Military and naval service; soldiers' and sailors' homestead rights to public lands:

Allies, service with; credit for, 43 § 181.33
Certificates and scrip. See Certificates and scrip, above.
Citizenship, requirements respecting, 43 § 181.11
Civil War veterans, additional homestead rights of:

Alaska, 43 Part 61
Assignment and use; general provisions, 43 Part 132
Fraudulent and void entries; repayment of fees, commissions, etc., 43

$$ 217.8-217.12
Credit allowed for military or naval service; veterans entitled to credit

under homestead laws, residence, commutation proof, etc., 43 88 181.1181.9, 181.18, 181.19, 181.27, 181.33, 181.36, 181.37, 181.40, 230.45, 233.21

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