25 U.S. Code CHAPTER 5— PROTECTION OF INDIANS

  1. §§ 171 to 173. Repealed. May 21, 1934, ch. 321, 48 Stat. 787
  2. § 174. Superintendence by President over tribes west of Mississippi
  3. § 175. United States attorneys to represent Indians
  4. § 176. Survey of reservations
  5. § 177. Purchases or grants of lands from Indians
  6. § 178. Fees on behalf of Indian parties in contests under public land laws
  7. § 179. Driving stock to feed on lands
  8. § 180. Settling on or surveying lands belonging to Indians by treaty
  9. § 181. Rights of white men marrying Indian women; tribal property
  10. § 182. Rights of Indian women marrying white men; tribal property
  11. § 183. Marriage of white men to Indian women; evidence
  12. § 184. Rights of children born of marriages between white men and Indian women
  13. § 185. Protection of Indians desiring civilized life
  14. § 186. Repealed. May 21, 1934, ch. 321, 48 Stat. 787
  15. § 187. Omitted
  16. §§ 188, 189. Repealed. Oct. 31, 1951, ch. 654, § 1(49), (50), 65 Stat. 703
  17. § 190. Sale of plants or tracts not needed for administrative or allotment purposes
  18. § 191. Repealed. Oct. 31, 1951, ch. 654, § 1(51), 65 Stat. 703
  19. § 192. Sale by agents of cattle or horses not required
  20. § 193. Proceedings against goods seized for certain violations
  21. § 194. Trial of right of property; burden of proof
  22. § 195. Repealed. Aug. 15, 1953, ch. 506, § 2(b), 67 Stat. 590
  23. § 196. Sale or other disposition of dead timber
  24. § 197. Disposition of dead timber on reservations in Minnesota
  25. § 198. Contagious and infectious diseases; quarantine
  26. § 199. Access to records of Five Civilized Tribes
  27. § 199a. Custody of records; Oklahoma Historical Society
  28. § 200. Report of offense or case of Indian incarcerated in agency jail
  29. § 201. Penalties; how recovered
  30. § 202. Inducing conveyances by Indians of trust interests in lands