[Title 25 CFR ]
[Code of Federal Regulations (annual edition) - April 1, 2004 Edition]
[Title 25 - INDIANS]
[Chapter I - BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR]
[Toc - Table Of Contents]
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                  SUBCHAPTER A--PROCEDURES AND PRACTICE
Part                                                                Page
1               Applicability of rules of the Bureau of 
                    Indian Affairs..........................           9
2               Appeals from administrative actions.........          10
5               Preference in employment....................          16
                       SUBCHAPTER B--LAW AND ORDER
10              Indian country detention facilities and 
                    programs................................          17
11              Law and order on Indian reservations........          19
12              Indian country law enforcement..............          55
13              Tribal reassumption of jurisdiction over 
                    child custody proceedings...............          60
                          SUBCHAPTER C--PROBATE
15              Probate of Indian estates, except for 
                    members of the Five Civilized Tribes....          64
16              Estates of Indians of the Five Civilized 
                    Tribes..................................          73
17              Action on wills of Osage Indians............          75
                      SUBCHAPTER D--HUMAN SERVICES
20              Financial assistance and social services 
                    programs................................          79
23              Indian Child Welfare Act....................         100
26              Employment assistance for adult Indians.....         120
27              Vocational training for adult Indians.......         123
                         SUBCHAPTER E--EDUCATION
31              Federal schools for Indians.................         128
32              Indian education policies...................         129
33              Transfer of Indian education functions......         134
36              Minimum academic standards for the basic 
                    education of Indian children and 
                    national criteria for dormitory 
                    situations..............................         136
38              Education personnel.........................         156
39              The Indian school equalization program......         170

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40              Administration of educational loans, grants 
                    and other assistance for higher 
                    education...............................         192
41              Grants to tribally controlled community 
                    colleges and Navajo Community College...         193
42              Student rights and due process procedures...         203
43              Maintenance and control of student records 
                    in Bureau schools.......................         204
46              Adult Education Program.....................         210
                     SUBCHAPTER F--TRIBAL GOVERNMENT
61              Preparation of rolls of Indians.............         214
62              Enrollment appeals..........................         224
63              Indian child protection and family violence 
                    prevention..............................         227
67              Preparation of a roll of independent 
                    Seminole Indians of Florida.............         236
75              Revision of the membership roll of the 
                    Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, North 
                    Carolina................................         241
81              Tribal reorganization under a Federal 
                    statute.................................         245
82              Petitioning procedures for tribes 
                    reorganized under Federal statute and 
                    other organized tribes..................         254
83              Procedures for establishing that an American 
                    Indian group exists as an Indian tribe..         257
84              Encumbrances of tribal land--Contract 
                    approvals...............................         270
87              Use or distribution of Indian judgment funds         272
88              Recognition of attorneys and agents to 
                    represent claimants.....................         277
89              Attorney contracts with Indian tribes.......         278
90              Election of officers of the Osage Tribe.....         280
91              Government of Indian villages, Osage 
                    Reservation, Oklahoma...................         286
                   SUBCHAPTER G--FINANCIAL ACTIVITIES
101             Loans to Indians from the Revolving Loan 
                    Fund....................................         292
103             Loan guaranty, insurance, and interest 
                    subsidy.................................         303
111             Annuity and other per capita payments.......         320
114             Special deposits [Reserved]
115             Trust funds for tribes and individual 
                    Indians.................................         321
117             Deposit and expenditure of individual funds 
                    of members of the Osage Tribe of Indians 
                    who do not have certificates of 
                    competency..............................         346
122             Management of Osage judgment funds for 
                    education...............................         354
124             Procedures for depositing funds to the 
                    credit of 14X6140-deposits of proceeds 
                    of lands withdrawn for Native selection, 
                    BIA.....................................         356

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134             Partial payment construction charges on 
                    Indian irrigation projects..............         357
135             Construction assessments, Crow Indian 
                    irrigation project......................         360
136             Fort Hall Indian irrigation project, Idaho..         361
137             Reimbursement of construction costs, San 
                    Carlos Indian irrigation project, 
                    Arizona.................................         362
138             Reimbursement of construction costs, Ahtanum 
                    Unit, Wapato Indian irrigation project, 
                    Washington..............................         364
139             Reimbursement of construction costs, Wapato-
                    Satus Unit, Wapato Indian irrigation 
                    project, Washington.....................         364
140             Licensed Indian traders.....................         365
141             Business practices on the Navajo, Hopi and 
                    Zuni Reservations.......................         370
142             Alaska Resupply Operation...................         385
143             Charges for goods and services provided to 
                    non-Federal users.......................         387
                      SUBCHAPTER H--LAND AND WATER
150             Land records and title documents............         390
151             Land acquisitions...........................         393
152             Issuance of patents in fee, certificates of 
                    competency, removal of restrictions, and 
                    sale of certain Indian lands............         397
153             Determination of competency: Crow Indians...         406
158             Osage lands.................................         407
159             Sale of irrigable lands, special water 
                    contract requirements...................         408
160             Inclusion of liens in all patents and 
                    instruments executed....................         409
162             Leases and permits..........................         410
163             General forestry regulations................         439
166             Grazing permits.............................         465
167             Navajo grazing regulations..................         498
168             Grazing regulations for the Hopi Partitioned 
                    Lands area..............................         503
169             Rights-of-way over Indian lands.............         509
170             Roads of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.......         522
171             Operation and maintenance...................         526
172             Pueblo Indian lands benefited by irrigation 
                    and drainage works of Middle Rio Grande 
                    Conservancy District, New Mexico........         535
173             Concessions, permits and leases on lands 
                    withdrawn or acquired in connection with 
                    Indian irrigation projects..............         536

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175             Indian electric power utilities.............         539
179             Life estates and future interests...........         545
181             Indian Highway Safety Program...............         548
183             Use and distribution of the San Carlos 
                    Apache Tribe Development Trust Fund and 
                    San Carlos Apache Tribe Lease Fund......         549
                    SUBCHAPTER I--ENERGY AND MINERALS
200             Terms and conditions: Coal leases...........         554
211             Leasing of tribal lands for mineral 
                    development.............................         554
212             Leasing of allotted lands for mineral 
                    development.............................         568
213             Leasing of restricted lands of members of 
                    Five Civilized Tribes, Oklahoma, for 
                    mining..................................         577
214             Leasing of Osage Reservation lands, 
                    Oklahoma, for mining, except oil and gas         590
215             Lead and zinc mining operations and leases, 
                    Quapaw Agency...........................         595
216             Surface exploration, mining, and reclamation 
                    of lands................................         604
217             Management of tribal assets of Ute Indian 
                    Tribe, Uintah and Ouray Reservation, 
                    Utah, by the tribe and the Ute 
                    Distribution Corp.......................         610
225             Oil and gas, geothermal, and solid minerals 
                    agreements..............................         611
226             Leasing of Osage Reservation lands for oil 
                    and gas mining..........................         622
227             Leasing of certain lands in Wind River 
                    Indian Reservation, Wyoming, for oil and 
                    gas mining..............................         638
                     SUBCHAPTER J--FISH AND WILDLIFE
241             Indian fishing in Alaska....................         647
242             Commercial fishing on Red Lake Indian 
                    Reservation.............................         650
247             Use of Columbia River Treaty fishing access 
                    sites...................................         651
248             Use of Columbia River Indian in-lieu fishing 
                    sites...................................         655
249             Off-reservation treaty fishing..............         656
                          SUBCHAPTER K--HOUSING
256             Housing Improvement Program.................         660
                   SUBCHAPTER L--HERITAGE PRESERVATION
262             Protection of archaeological resources......         670

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265             Establishment of roadless and wild areas on 
                    Indian reservations.....................         675
  SUBCHAPTER M--INDIAN SELF-DETERMINATION AND EDUCATION ASSISTANCE ACT 
                                 PROGRAM
273             Education contracts under Johnson-O'Malley 
                    Act.....................................         676
275             Staffing....................................         690
276             Uniform administrative requirements for 
                    grants..................................         692
                   SUBCHAPTER N--ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES
286             Indian Business Development Program.........         715
290             Tribal revenue allocation plans.............         720
291             Class III gaming procedures.................         724
                 SUBCHAPTER O--MISCELLANEOUS [RESERVED]
Appendix to Chapter I--Extension of the Trust or Restricted Status of 
  Certain Indian Lands

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