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19240 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No.

69 / Wednesday, April 9, 2008 / Notices

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Indian tribes in those areas where tribes under the jurisdiction of the court for
retain jurisdiction over Indians and that each party;
Bureau of Indian Affairs are exclusive of state jurisdiction but (2) The date of the marriage and the
where tribal courts have not been place at which it was registered;
Proposed Information Collection Under established to exercise that jurisdiction. (3) That jurisdictional requirements
the Paperwork Reduction Act, Accordingly, CFR Courts exercise are met an that the marriage is
Comment Request jurisdiction under part 11 of Title 25 of irretrievably broken in that either (i) the
AGENCY: Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Code for Federal Regulations. parties have lived separate and apart for
Interior. Domestic relations are governed by 25 a period of more than 180 days next
ACTION: Notice. CFR 11.600, which authorizes the CFR preceding the commencement of the
Court to conduct marriages and dissolve proceeding or (ii) there is a serious
SUMMARY: The Bureau of Indian Affairs marriages. In order to be married in a marital discord adversely affecting the
(BIA) is seeking comments on the CFR Court, a marriage license must be attitude of one or both of the parties
renewal of OMB 1076–0094, Law and obtained (25 CFR 11.600, 601). To toward the marriage, and there is no
Order on Indian Reservations which comply with this requirement, an reasonable prospect of reconciliation;
concerns marriage and dissolution of applicant must respond to the following (4) The names, age, and addresses of
marriage in a Court of Indian Offenses. six questions found at 25 CFR 11.600(c): all living children of the marriage and
This collection will expire in August (c) A marriage license application whether the wife is pregnant;
2008. shall include the following information; (5) Any arrangement as to support,
DATES: Submit comments on or before (1) Name, sex, occupation, address, custody, and visitation of the children
June 9, 2008. social security number, and date and and maintenance of a spouse; and
ADDRESSES: Send comments to Joseph
place of birth for each party to the (6) The relief sought.
Little, 1001 Indian School Road, proposed marriage; For the purposes of § 11.606,
Albuquerque, NM 87104. You may (2) If either party was previously Dissolution proceedings, information on
contact Mr. Little at 505–563–3833. married, his or her name, and the date, occupation and residency is necessary
place, and court in which the marriage to establish court jurisdiction.
was dissolved or declared invalid or the Information on the status of the parties,
may request further information or
date and place of death of the former whether they have lived apart 180 days
obtain copies of the proposed
spouse; or if there is serious marital discord
information collection request from Mr.
(3) Name and address of the parents warranting dissolution, is necessary for
Joseph Little. You may contact Mr. Little
or guardian of each party; the court to determine if dissolution is
at 505–563–3833.
(4) Whether the parties are related to proper. Information on the children of
each other and, if so, their relationship; the marriage, their ages and whether the
I. Abstract (5) The name and date of birth of any wife is pregnant is necessary for the
The Bureau of Indian Affairs, child of which both parties are parents, court to determine the appropriate level
Department of the Interior, must collect born before the making of the of support that may be required from the
personal information to carry out the application, unless their parental rights non-custodial parent.
requirements of Title 25, section and the parent and child relationship Description of the need for the
11.600(c) Marriage, and Title 25, section with respect to the child have been information and proposed use of the
11.606(c) Dissolution of Marriage. terminated; and information: The information is
Information is collected by the Clerk of (6) A certificate of the results of any submitted in order to obtain or retain a
the Court of Indian Offenses in order for medical examination required by either benefit, namely, the issuance of a
the Court to issue a marriage license or applicable tribal ordinances, or the laws marriage license or a decree of
dissolve a marriage. The information is of the State in which the Indian country dissolution of marriage from the Court
collected on a one-age application under the jurisdiction of the Court of of Indian Offenses.
requesting only the basic information Indian Offenses is located. Affected entities: Indian applicants
necessary for the Court to properly For the purposes of § 11.600, that are under the jurisdiction of one of
dispose of the matter. Marriage, information about the Social the 24 established Courts of Indian
Security Number is requested to confirm Offenses.
II. Method of Collection identity. Previous marriage information Estimated number of respondents:
The information is collected on a one- is requested to avoid multiple Approximately 260 applications for a
page application for the marriage license simultaneous marriages, and to ensure marriage license or petition for
or for a dissolution of marriage. that any pre-existing legal relationships dissolution of marriage will be filed in
are dissolved. Information on the 24 Courts of Indian Offenses
III. Information Collected consanguinity is requested to avoid annually.
Courts of Indian Offenses (CFR conflict with state or tribal laws against Proposed frequency of responses: On
Courts) have been established on certain marriages between parties who are occasion as needed.
Indian Reservations under the authority related by blood as defined in such Burden: The average burden of
vested in the Secretary of the Interior by laws. Medical examination information submitting a marriage license or petition
5 U.S.C. 301, 25 U.S.C. 2 and 9, and 25 may be requested if required under the for dissolution of marriage is 15 minutes
U.S.C. 13 which authorize laws of the state in which the Court of per application. The total annual burden
appropriations for ‘‘Indian judges.’’ See Indian Offenses is located. is estimated to be 65 hours.
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Tillet v. Hodel, 730 F. Supp. 381 (W.D. To comply with the requirement for Estimated cost: There are no costs to
Okla. 1990), aff’d 931 F.2d 636 (10th dissolution of marriage, an applicant consider, except estimated costs of
Cir. 1991), United States v. Clapox, 13 must respond to the following six $100. per court annually, for the
Sawy. 349, 35 F. 575 (D. Ore. 1888). The questions found at 25 CFR 11.606(c): material, supplies, and staff time
CFR Courts provide adequate machinery (1) The age, occupation, and length of required by the Court of Indian
for the administration of justice for residence within the Indian country Offenses.

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Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 69 / Wednesday, April 9, 2008 / Notices 19241

IV. Request for Comments Dated: March 28, 2008. address is Building 85, Room A–614,
The Bureau of Indian Affairs requests Carl J. Artman, Denver Federal Center, West 6th Ave.
your comments on this collection Assistant Secretary—Indian Affairs. and Kipling Blvd., Denver, Colorado
concerning: (a) The necessity of this [FR Doc. E8–7413 Filed 4–8–08; 8:45 am] 80225. Please reference ICR 1010–0119
information collection for the proper BILLING CODE 4310–4J–P
in your comments.
performance of the functions of the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
agency, including whether the Armand Southall, telephone (303) 231–
information will have practical utility; DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 3221, or e-mail
(b) the accuracy of the agency’s estimate You may
of the burden (hours and cost) of the Minerals Management Service also contact Armand Southall to obtain
collection of information, including the [Docket No. MMS–2008–MRM–0010] copies, at no cost, of (1) The ICR, (2) any
validity of the methodology and associated forms, and (3) the regulations
assumptions used; (c) ways we could Agency Information Collection that require the subject collection of
enhance the quality, utility and clarity Activities: Proposed Collection, information.
of the information to be collected; and Comment Request SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
(d) ways we could minimize the burden Title: 30 CFR Part 208, RIK Oil and
of the collection of the information on AGENCY: Minerals Management Service
(MMS), Interior. Gas.
the respondents, such as through the OMB Control Number: 1010–0119.
use of automated collection techniques ACTION: Notice of a revision of a
Bureau Form Number: Forms MMS–
or other forms of information currently approved information 4070, MMS–4071, and MMS–4072.
technology. collection (OMB Control Number 1010– Abstract: The Secretary of the U.S.
Please note that an agency may not 0119). Department of the Interior is responsible
sponsor or request, and an individual for matters relevant to mineral resource
need not respond to, a collection of SUMMARY: To comply with the
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 development on Federal and Indian
information unless it has a valid OMB lands and the Outer Continental Shelf
Control Number. The OMB Control (PRA), we are inviting comments on a
collection of information that we will (OCS). The Secretary, under the Mineral
Number for this collection is 1076– Leasing Act of 1920 (30 U.S.C. 1923),
0094. submit to the Office of Management and
Budget (OMB) for review and approval. the Indian Mineral Development Act of
Please note that all comments 1982 (25 U.S.C. 2103), and the Outer
received will be available for public The previous title of this information
collection request (ICR) was ‘‘30 CFR Continental Shelf Lands Act (43 U.S.C.
review 2 weeks after comment period 1353), is responsible for managing the
closes. Before including your address, Part 208—Sale of Federal Royalty Oil;
Sale of Federal Royalty Gas; and production of minerals from Federal
phone number, e-mail address or other and Indian lands and the OCS,
personally identifiable information, be Commercial Contracts (Forms MMS–
4070, Application for the Purchase of collecting royalties and other mineral
advised that your entire comment— revenues from lessees who produce
including your personally identifiable Royalty Oil; MMS–4071, Letter of
Credit; and MMS–4072, Royalty-in-Kind minerals, and distributing the funds
information—may be made public at collected in accordance with applicable
any time. While you may request that Contract Surety Bond).’’ The new title of
this ICR is ‘‘30 CFR Part 208, RIK Oil laws. The MMS performs the mineral
we withhold your personally revenue management functions for the
identifiable information, we cannot and Gas.’’
guarantee that we will be able to do so. DATES: Submit written comments on or Public laws pertaining to mineral
We do not consider anonymous before June 9, 2008. revenues are on our Web site at http://
comments. All comments from ADDRESSES: You may submit comments
representatives of businesses or by the following methods: PublicLawsAMR.htm. These public laws
organizations will be made public in • Electronically go to http:// and 30 CFR part 208, as well as specific
their entirety. We may withhold In the ‘‘Comment language in the actual lease documents,
comments from review for other or Submission’’ column, enter ‘‘MMS– authorize the Secretary to sell royalty oil
reasons. 2008–MRM–0010’’ to view supporting and gas accruing to the United States.
OMB Control Number: 1076–0094. and related materials for this ICR. Click The standard lease terms state that
Type of review: Renewal. on ‘‘Send a comment or submission’’
Title: Title 25 CFR 11, Subpart F, Law royalties are due in amount or in value.
link to submit public comments. In addition, these citations authorize the
& Order on Indian Reservations. Information on using,
Brief Description of collection: This Secretary to prescribe proper rules and
including instructions for accessing regulations and to do any and all things
collection is required to obtain a benefit,
documents, submitting comments, and necessary to accomplish the purpose of
namely either a marriage license or a
viewing the docket after the close of the applicable laws. The MMS directs
dissolution of marriage. Details of
comment period, is available through communications between MMS
information are contained in Section III
the site’s ‘‘User Tips’’ link. All operators and RIK purchasers through
Information Collected.
Respondents: Persons who reside on comments submitted will be posted to commercial contracts, situation-specific
land under the jurisdiction of a Court of the docket. ‘‘Dear Operator’’ letters, or, in the case
Indian Offenses. • Mail comments to Armand of eligible refiners, through regulations
Number of Respondents: 260. Southall, Regulatory Specialist, at 30 CFR part 208.
Estimated Time per Response: 15 Minerals Management Service, Minerals
General Information
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minutes. Revenue Management, P.O. Box 25165,

Frequency of Response: On occasion. MS 302B2, Denver, Colorado 80225. The MMS is responsible for ensuring
Total Annual Burden to Respondents: Please reference ICR 1010–0119 in your that all revenues from Federal and
65 hours. comments. Indian mineral leases are accurately
Total Annual Cost to Respondents: • Hand-carry comments or use an collected and accounted for and
Negligible. overnight courier service. Our courier appropriately disbursed to recipients.

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