Creation of Indian reservations.
212 to 228. Repealed.
Injuries to property by Indians.
Depositions by agents touching depredations.
Enforcement of State laws affecting health and education; entry of State employees on Indian lands.
Jurisdiction of New York State over offenses committed on reservations within State.
Jurisdiction of New York State courts in civil actions.
SUBCHAPTER II—TRAFFIC IN INTOXICATING LIQUORS
241 to 250. Repealed.
Setting up distillery.
Wines for sacramental purposes.
SUBCHAPTER III—TRADERS WITH INDIANS
Power to appoint traders with Indians.
Persons permitted to trade with Indians.
Prohibition of trade by President.
Trading without license; white persons as clerks.
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