California Jurisdictional Bill: Hearing Before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, Seventy-sixth Congress, Third Session, on S. 1402, a Bill to Amend the Act Entitled "An Act Authorizing the Attorney General of the State of California to Bring Suit in the Court of Claims on Behalf of the Indians of California," Approved May 18, 1928 (45 Stat. 602), April 29, 1940

U.S. Government Printing Office, 1940 - 37 sider
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Considers legislation to revise California Indian tribes land claim compensation agreements: (76) H.R. 3765, (70) H.R. 491, (71) H.R. 10081, and (76) S. 1402.

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Side 19 - Legislature shall have no power to give or to lend, or to authorize the giving or lending, of the credit of the State in aid of, or to any person, association, or corporation, whether municipal or other ; or to pledge the credit of the State in any manner whatsoever, for the payment of the liabilities, present or prospective, of any individual, association of individuals, municipal or other corporation whatsoever.
Side 4 - And finally, the sacredness of this obligation shall never be lost sight of by the said government when providing for the removal...
Side 20 - ... to make any gift, or authorize the making of any gift, of any public money or thing of value to any individual, municipal or other corporation whatever...
Side 17 - Indians residing on such reservation, as the case may be, at a special election authorized and called by the Secretary of the Interior under such rules and regulations as he may prescribe.
Side 2 - The amount of any judgment shall be placed in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of the Indians of California and shall draw interest at the rate of 4 per centum per annum and shall be thereafter subject to appropriation by Congress for educational, health, industrial, and other purposes for the benefit of said Indians, including the purchase of lands and building of homes, and no part of said judgment shall be paid out in per capita payments to said Indians...
Side 4 - that it shall be the duty of the Commissioners herein provided for to ascertain and report to the Secretary of the Interior the tenure by which the Mission lands are held ; and those held by civilized Indians, and those who are engaged in agriculture or labor of any kind ; also, those which are occupied and cultivated by pueblo or rancheros Indians.
Side 26 - If in any case, civil or criminal, a state or federal court were arbitrarily to refuse to hear a party by counsel, employed by and appearing for him, it reasonably may not be doubted that such a refusal would be a denial of a hearing, and, therefore, of due process in the constitutional sense.
Side 17 - Official letters, papers, documents, and public records, or certified copies thereof may be used in evidence, and the departments of the Government shall give access to the attorney or attorneys of said tribes or bands thereof to such treaties, papers, correspondence, or records as may be needed by the attorney or attorneys for said tribes of Indians.
Side 17 - States appropriated to its own purposes without the consent of said Indians, may be submitted to the Court of Claims by the attorney general of the State of California acting for and on behalf of said Indians for determination of the equitable amount due said Indians from the United States ; and jurisdiction is hereby conferred upon the Court of Claims of the United States, with the right of either party to appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States, to hear and determine all such equitable...

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