25 CFR Indians (Pages 300-end) (2019)



Title 25 is the portion of the Code of Federal Regulations that governs Government-to-Government relations with Native American tribes within the United States.

Code of Federal Regulations – 25 CFR – Pages 300 – END

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian Arts and Crafts Board Department of the Interior, National Indian Gaming Commission, Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation and Indian Health Service, Office of the Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs, Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians

II 300–399 Indian Arts and Crafts Board (Department of the Interior)
III 500–599 National Indian Gaming Commission (Department of the Interior)

Subchapter A—General Provisions
Subchapter B—Approval of Class II and Class III Ordinances and Resolutions
Subchapter C—Management Contract Provisions
Subchapter D—Human Services
Subchapter E—Gaming Licenses and Background Investigations for Key Employees and Primary Management Officials
Subchapter F—[reserved]
Subchapter G—Compliance and Enforcement Provisions
Subchapter H—[reserved]
Subchapter I—[reserved]
IV 700–799 The Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation
V 900 Bureau of Indian Affairs (Department of the Interior) and Indian Health Service (Department of Health and Human Services)
VI 1000–1099 Office of the Assistant Secretary, Indian Affairs (Department of the Interior)
VII 1200–1299 Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians (Department of the Interior)



The CFR or Code of Federal Regulations was originally authorized by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on October 11, 1938, as a means to organize and maintain the growing material published by federal agencies in the newly mandated Federal Register. The first volume of the CFR was published in 1939 with general applicability and legal effect in force June 1, 1938.  The Office of the Federal Register (OFR) began publishing yearly revisions for some titles in 1963 with legal effective dates of January 1 each year. By 1967 all 50 titles were updated annually.