Park J disagreed. He gave a lengthy judgment and discussed in detail several hypothetical cases. But the bottom line of his disagreement is in Para21: existing pensions. Nothing is included in this is required to affect pensions in any way because of these Indians under existing laws, agreements or contracts. payments that are not available for defamation claims. Vol. 26, p. 851.The fact that none of the funds or interest that will be paid to these Indians under the terms of the above agreement will be applied to the payment of a judgment rendered or likely to be rendered at a later date in accordance with the provisions of the Congress Act approved in March. , to ninety-eight, entitled “A Law Regulating the Decision and Payment of Indian Defamation Claims.” La Tonkawa stopped the assistance of a lawyer and claimed that they had been put under pressure to sign the agreement, under the threat that all their remit would be annulled if they did not capitulate. They said they asked for $1.25 per hectare. Congress did not respond to his request. [91] On June 4, 1891, the agreement with the Wichita and The Band Affiliates (1891) in Anadarko ceded their surplus lands, with Congress setting the price per hectare.

The allocations were 160 Acres (0.65 km2; 0.25 sq) and limited to a total of 1,060 allocations. Any allocation in excess of this amount should reduce the total amount approved by Congress for the payment of surplus land. The responsibilities should be chosen by the members of the tribe within 90 days of the ratification of the agreement by Congress. If a member has not made the selection in that time frame, the selection is made for them by the local agent. Land patents for each allocated property should be held for a period of 25 years in a tax-exempt trust fund for the Allottees. Prior to the start of the signing, interpreters Cora West and Robert M. Dunlap certified that the terms of the agreement were interpreted in their entirety. Congress ratified the agreement on March 2, 1895. [76] Pastures. That, in addition to the allocation of land to these Indians, as stipulated in this agreement, the Minister of the Interior makes available for the common use of these Indian tribes 4 hundred and ninety thousand hectares of pasture selected by the Minister of the Interior in one or more treaties, as this will serve the best interests of these Indians.

Restrictions on land selection. It is also expressly agreed that no person may have the right to proceed with land selection in a part of this reserve: now used or occupied for military, school, school, religious or other public uses, or in sections sixteen (16) and thirty-six (36) in each convention community, except in cases where Comanche , Kiowa, or Indian Apache has made improvements and used to date and now occupies some of these sixteen sections (16) and thirty-six (36) , such an Indian can make his or their selection within the prescribed limits to include his improvements. It was also agreed that throughout this reserve, any Indian with the right to take land in several of these countries has made improvements and that he now uses and occupies the country that includes such improvements, this Indian has the undisputed right to make his selection in the area provided above in order to integrate his improvements. Countries open to colonization. That the land acquired by this agreement be opened by the proclamation of the President within six months of the award and disposed of according to the general rules of farms and the laws of the urban site of the United States: provided that the price per hectare is provisional. That the entrant must pay one dollar and 25 cents per hectare for the land registered at the time of the presentation of his last evidence, in addition to the basic fees prescribed by law for such inscriptions: and others, the conversion of farm entrances.