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j|lnv Orleans ^publican.
Official Journal of ihc I'nilcd States.
Ol'TaC'l Ala.
LAWS
t ; x i 1
K D S T V T K S,
L the First Session of the
ThlnyXlBth Congress.
AN ACT inukiii,: appropria-i n.- T r the curror
and f r fulfillii*; t reaty elipului rails with
Indian tr U * for the year ending thirtieth
eighteen hundred and sixty tuvoii, and tur
d two hundred uollare.
y clerks by superintendents of
usaud duila
men dent of Indian alia
hundred dollar?.
live hundred c
rhteeuth of Novembt
ou-aud five hundred dol
For twelfth oitwenry instalments for educational
purposes, threrrhundred dullarsof which to tie paid
hirtieth September, eighteen hundred and litty fei
live thousand and forty dollars.
For two fth of t wenty instalments for tlie supp
it six smiths shops, per second and lifth art,,
reaty thirtieth Neptamber, eighteen hundred a
itty-four, one thousand three hundred and twenty
► or tenth of twenty instalments for the seventh
smith and as-.iat.int. and support of shops, per second
»nd littli articles treaty thirtieth September, eight
een hundred and fifty-four, one thousand and sixty
dollars.
I'ornupport of a smith, assist an', and shop for the
lent. % art wt-irf h' art iclc t reaty* thirtieth September^
For support of two faVmers for tiie Boih J
tig the pleasure of the President. .
eighteen
band, dn
thouai
For gratuities for the purpose of qai ting the claim
oi the Lac de Flambeau band of Chippewos, for an
Foi
money pe
j-thi
cf last of twenty-hvi
_ hundred and fo;
treaty thirtieth tf
fifty four, tour th
dollar-* and sixty s
Cor one third of last of twenty fivi
the pay of gwo carpentcre, per fourth
aty fo,
> hundred a
d aim
four h October, eighteen hundred and forty two, an
•Mgnth article treaty th rtieth beptember uighteei
hundred and fifty four, four hundred dollars
For one-third of last of twenty live instalments ii
goods, per fourth article treaty fourth October
eighteen hundred and forty two, and eighth articl
treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and
fifty-four, three thousand live Hundred dollars.
tor one third of last of twenty-live instalments for
the support of schools, per fourth article treaty
fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty
two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth
/September, eighteen hundred and titty four, six hun
dredand six>y six dollars and sixty seven cents.
For one-lhird of last of twenty hvu instalments for
the purchase of provisions and tobacoo, per t'ourtn
article treaty fourth October, eight
and sixty-six dollars and sixty seven centi^^H
For one third of last of twenty live instalments foj
the support of two smiths' shops, including the pafl
of two smiths and assistants, and furnishing iron and]
strol. per fourth article treaty fourth October!
eighteen hundred and forty-two, and eighth article
treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred aud
fifty four, six hundred aud sixty-six dollars and sixty]
seven cents.
For ouc third of last of twenty-five instalments
for pay of two farmers, per fourth article treaty
fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two,
and eighth article treaty thirtieth Kept ember,
eignteeu hundred and fifty-four, three hundred and
UUMf-three dollars and thirty-thrae cents.
rW twelfth of twenty instalments of afinuitv in
mooey, per third article treaty twenty-second Febru
ary, eighteen hundred and fifty live, twenty thouHacd
CHIPFEWAS, PILLAGER, AND LAKff Wl»WEBAOOSHxaH
BANDS.
For twelfth of thirty instalments of annuity
money, per third article treaty twenty second Fein _
*ry, eighteen hundred and fifty five, ten thousand
six hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-six cat Is.
For tweltii of thirty instalments of annuity ini
goods, per third article treaty tw enty second Febru
ary. eighteen hundrea and fifty five, eight thousand
dollars.
For twelfth of thirty instalments for purposes of
utility, per third article treaty twenty-Aecund F'sbru-j
A'^Jtjghtssn hundred and fifty-five, four thousand
For twelfth of twenty instalments for purposes of
education, per third article treaty t wenty second
February, emhteeu hundred and fifty-five, three
thousand dollars.
For twelfth of fifteen instalments for support of
two smiths and ninths' eh. pa, per Unra article
treaty twentj-second February, eighteen hundred
and (iftjrfive, two thousand oua hundred and
twenty dollars.
For pay of an engineer to grist and saw mill at
Leech Lake, per third article of treaty ot twenty
second February, eighteen hundred and fifty tive.r^
huudrtd dolls A
CHUCRBWA! or BAU1NAW, SWAP CREEK, AND BLACK
» RIVER.
For first of two equal instalments in coin,
distributed per cat ita, in the usual manner of paying I
enhuMiea, p*r setsond article ot the treaty of Auxust
second, eignteen hundred and fifty five, eighteen
th ousan d eight Iiundred dollars.
CfJBfKWA, MENOMONEE. WINNEBAGO, AND NEW
TOIUt INDIANS.
ret •dactUon th, pl.unre of Oongrca,
p«i "1*5 *'*'•*• *"»*» a,»»Ui Au,.il •Utiun
dndd^« d *"--*-3 tit. ha,
CHtCUUVI.
KayTOMient Mnait, in fonts, pnr >M of twenty
sasss&sssr h " <,r,d * n ''
, choctaws.
For munenl nullity, per eaoood nriiele treat.
Itiuenth November. ewhUen hundred end dee. end
thirteenth ertiole tnM, twenty woond Jane,
u „ hteen handrea end ttttf fin, three thnmd dot
unity far eaprort of U,ht-horw
l nrtlde treetjr euthteei.lh Orto
' ®ty, and thirteenth
e. eighteen hundred
ient proviVhjiTloTed'ucation, pe,
I twentieth January. eighteen i
life, and thirteenth article treaty twenty
L eighteen hundred and fifty five, six
i for blacksmith, per sixth
ktoMr. eighteen hundred
treaty twenty
* "*• five, six
.nd sixty s
nd the
int to be advanced the
he leased district,
Indians, as per
twenty-eight, eigh--------------
nndred and n ty thousand dollar*
.......1 he advanced the Chickasaws
he based district and the ad
os as per forty.sixth
eight, eighteen hun
________.—mi dollars.
doners to bo appointed by the
Kun-a
* nt as per forty-i
• d April twenty * l
'thereof a.- may h _____
bundled and twenty dollars.
:y, bting tlie second
-utl! article treaty
hundred and fifty*
on of the second of
visions, and agncul
ticle treaty twenty
r fourth
hundred
August,
i June, eighteen hundred and
tift.v-six, three thousand dol
I
idr**d and tifty-s
iteen hundred and
y seventh August,
ght hundred and
i- .r {('-ruianent annuity for iron mid steel for shop,
••■truth article treaty twenty fourth January,
eighteen hundred andt wenty-six, and fifth article
treat v seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty
s x. i tui hundred and seventy do:lars.
pay o
wenty f
3teen hundred and
and shop nnd tools
;«1 ■ • i.t. p.-r fifth am
. eighteen hundred
fifty-six, eight hun
b of
igtliB pleasure o the Presi
eaty fourteenth February,
irty-three and fifth article
•ighteen hundred and fifty.
i-or assistance in agricultural operations during
the pi."isur<* of th.- President, per eighth article
tie;it> twenty-tourth January, eighteen hundred
ie pleasure of the President,
rtcento February, eighteen
c, and tilth article treaty
i hundred and hft.. six, one
crest on two hundred ttiou
i. thousand and i
value of h i
dol
of eighteen liun
en hundred and
May sixth, eight
> thousand thrae hun
eaty M
t in lieu f investment ou fifty seven
n hundred dollars, balance of one hui»*
v seven ti'otiaaud hve hundred d »1 ars,
Jui) eight '«n hundred and sixty sex.
I'ern iiundred and thirty eight, and
thousand do lare, at rive per centum per ann
second article treaty Jauuar. fourteenth,
hundred anu forty-six. ten thousand dollars.
hundred
mm. per
ghteen
thirteenth instalment of interest, at five per
m, on one Iiundred thousand dollars, for educa
< ond arti
cat> May eighteenth, eighteen hundred and
our, five thousand dollars.
thirteenth instalment on two hundred thousand
•s. to be paid m eighteen hum
teen installments of annuity upon
anurvu »n 1 forty two thousand iix hundred
ghi.v-six dollar* tor cession ot lauds, per third
• treaty Me. twelfth, eighteen hundred and
1 or eleventh of fifteen instalments for pay of mil
lor. per third article treaty twelfth May, eighteen
hundred and fit y tour, six hundred dollars.
MISMIES OK KANSAS.
For permanent provis on for blacksmith and a*
and i
l^and -tteel for shop, pel
reaty June fifth, eighteen hun
dred and titty fuur. nine hundred and forty dollars.
For permanent provision for miller, in lieu of gun
rrnith, per fifth article,treaty ?ixth October, eight
een hundred and eighteen, fifth article (treaty twen
ty i bird October eighteen hundred anil toirty four,
and fourth article treaty fifth June, eighteeo hun
dred and fiity-fou', six hundred dollars.
nterest on fifty thousand dollars, at five per
_________ r educational purpose*, per third article
treaty fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty four,
> thousand five hundred dollars.
_ .....ighteen hundred and fifty-four, seven thou
sand five hundred dollars.
MIAMIF.8 ON INDIANA.
For interest on two hundred and twenty*-one thou
sand two hundred and fifty-seven dollars and eighty
six cents, uninvested, at five per centum, for Miami
Indians of Indiana, tier Senate's amendment to
fourth article treaty fifth June, eighteen hundred
and fifty four, (eleven thousand and sixty twb dol
lore and eighty-nine cents.
MIAMTKM—KEI. RIVER.
For permanent annuity in gooda or otherwise, per
fourth article treaty third August, seventeen hun
dred and ninety-five, live hundred dollars.
- For permanent annuity in goods or otherwise, per
ftlird article treaty twenty-first August, eighteen
hundred and five, two hundred ami filly dollars.
For pormanent arnnity in goot*s or otherwise, per
i hird and separate article to treaty thirtieth Neptem
her, eighteen Hundred and Bins, three hundred and
titty dollars.
NIM44UAM'*' Pt'VAEI.TTE, AND OTHER TRIBES AND
______P__________ _____ twenty-sixth
December, eighteen hundred and HI<y four, twelve
hundred dollars.
For twelfth of twenty instalments for per of in
structor, smith, physician, carpenter, farmer, and
assistant, if necessary, per tenth article treaty
twenty sixtn December; eighteen hundred and
fifty-four, six thousand saven hundred dollars.
OMAHA*.
For tbs ninth of ten instalments of this amount,
being second of scries, in money or otherwise, pur
fourth article treaty sixteenth March, eighteen hun
dred and fifty four, thirty thousand do Jam
For interest on sixty-nine thousand one hundred
and twenty dollars, at five per oentum, being (he
value of fifty four sections of land set. apart second
June, eighteen hundred and twenty five, for educa
tional purposes, per Senate resolution nineteenth
January, eighteen hundred and thirty -eight, three
thousand four hundred and fifty-six dollar*
For interest on three hundred thousand dollars
at five per centum per annum, to bn paid semi-anna
ally in money, ax such articles as the Secretary of the
Interior may direct, as per first article treaty of Kep
totnber twenty nine, eighteen hund ed and witty
five, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and sixty seven, fifteen thousand
dollars.
For transportation of goods, provisions, and so
forth, purchased by the Great and Little Osage In
dian.s, lor the fi-*cai year ending June thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, or so much the e
of ss may be neceesary, three thousand five nandved
dollars.
OTTO Eg AND MISSOURIAN.
For last of ninth of ten instalments, being the
second series, in money er otherwise, per fourth
article treaty fifteenth March, eighteen handred and
fifty-four, tmrteen thousand dolHurs.
OTTAWA* AND CMZEPEW.AS ON MKHIGAN.
Fer interest on twe hundred and six thousand
dollars, unpaid part of the principal sum of thr
hundred and six thousand dollars, for one yeas,
five per centum per annum, to be distributed p»r.
csp.ta. in the usual manner of paying annuities, per
second article of the treaty or thirty first July,
eighteen hundred and fi%-fies, ten taousand three
hundred dollars. *
■ r. Buuaa anu »uvu arncies os may De necessary ror
them, per second article treaty twenty-fourth Sep
tember, ejghtcen hr ndred and fifty-seven, thirty
thousand dollars,
For support of two manual labor schools annually.
£nfe|i£§£ 3 s&:
to, Mr °» Lw*> te»otwir», und.r th. direct,o. of ltd
Praaidaat. par third artful, treat, l.aalrfaurth
°°Till " r'r W ** " d nf, d *«r,ii, uha
"j8?e'u
hundred dollars.
ndred and fifty-.
hundred dollars.
Innlira "i»
ghteen hundred and fifty ?
«.S:r?n, r A rt
eighteen hunorei
5 thousand dollars.
treaty thirtieth Se^lemlicr, ei*
and twenty eight, two thousand dollars. ^ ^
cle treaty twenty ninth July, eighteen hundred and
hundred dollars.
ndred and thirty
per third.
hundred i
b hundred dolls
•d and sixty dollars.
shop, nnd tools, ard
at.v tnirtfenth May.
:nree. one thousand
i of the President,
per third article treaty thirteenth May
hundred a^d s xty three, six hundred doils
iiundred dollam
, iiundred and thirty st
undred thousand dol'ar
.util article treaty elev
red and forty two, forty t
U.h OF MISSOURI.
in dred and fifty seven 1
and fifty six, three thousand
en instalments for agricultural
h ar'id** treaty seventh August,
,u i fifty six, two thousand dol
lar*.
K<*r the last of ten instalments for the support
of smiths an t *m th» shops, per eighth article treaty
seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, two
thousand two hundred collars.
For five per centum interest on two hundred and
fifty thousand dollars to be paid as annuity,
eighth article '.reaty seventh August, eighteen
dred and fifty six, twel
they having joined t eir brethren
article treaty seventh August, eighteen hnnd ed and
fifty-six, twelve thousand five hundred dollars.
SENEGAs.
For permanent annuity in specie per fourth arti
cle treaty twenty ninth September, eighteen hun
dred ana seventeen, hve hundred dollars.
For permanent annuity in specie, per fourth arti
cle treaty seventeenth September, eighteen hundred
and eighteen, five hundred dollars.
For blacksmith and ansistant. shop, andjools, and
assistance, per eigh
eighteen hundred
•ighteen hundred and thirty t
oi new tore.^
entS February, eighteen h<
t thousand dollars.
.i investment, on tcventy t
thousand and fifty dollar:
bank to the United JSt
; -a hundred and forty
dred and fitly dollars,
centum, on fortythree
itnaferred from Ontario
saury, per act of twenty
i-e.vsntb ot .June, eighteen hundred and forty six,
two thousand one hundred and fifty-two dollars and
fifty cents. ^ ^ ^ WSKE
ci« "refteu,"entie*"th"s!
and eighteen, one thousand dollars.
For black-smith and assistant, shop, and tools, and
iron and ateel for shop, curing the pleasure of the
President, per fourth article treaty twentieth July,
eighteen hundred and thir.y oue, one thousand and
sixty dollars.
8HAWMBS*.
F'or permanent annuity for educational purposes,
per fourth article treaty third August, e venteen
hundred and ninety five, and third article treaty
tenth M«y eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one
centum, on forty thousand dollars tor education, per
third article treaty tenth May. eighteen hundred and
fifty-four, two thousand dollars.
For permanent annuity tor educational purposes,
per fourth article treaty twenty ninth Hepteiuber.
• ighteen hundred and seventeen. third ariic.4
reetv tenth May, eighteen hundredac
wo thousand dollars.
■ NEW YORK
r thirteenth of twenty instalments
ing, provisions, ana stock, per _____ _______
nneteentb September, eighteen hundred end
third article
directed by the President, per third article treaty
twenty ninth November, •'ghteen hundred and fifty
four. one thousand seven hundred dollars
F'or twelfth of fifteen instalments for the pay of a
physician and purchase of medicines, per sixth arti
cle treaty twenty-ninth November, s ghteen hundred
and fifty-four, two thousand dollars.
For twelfth of twenty instalments for the pay of a
teacher and purchase of boms and stat onerv. per
sixta article treaty twenty ninth November, eighteen
hundred and fifty-four, one thousand four hundred
and fifty dollar*.
WINNEBAGOES m
For interest on one inf lion dollars, at five per cen
turn, per fourth article treaty first November, eight
e«-en hundred and thirty-seven, fifty thousand dol
lars.
fourth article <
tffiaty of March eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty
ing and fencing one hundred
____________ __»t» thirteentii October, eighteen
hundred and forty-six, four thousand two bandred
and fifty dollars.
For the erection of a saw mill, wi<h gnst mill at
taened, on thsir new rssorvat on, as per third ertiole
trfiaty of March eighth, ei
five, ten thousand dollars
For expense of break int Hi _______
acres of land for each bend ot said Indians, as per
third article treat# of March eighth, eighteen hun
dred and sixty -five, nine thousand and eighty-seven
dollars and sixty cents.
Fir expense of sowing and planting one hundred
acres of land for each bend of snid Indians, and fer
nifihing seed for tue same, as per third arti ie treaty
of March eighth, eighteen hundred and six'* "
five thousand seven hundred and fift» dollars.
-ch eighth. eighteen hundred and sixty five,
jusana seven hundred and OfD dollars.
F r the purchase of guns for said Indians, as per
ihird article treat# of March ei nth. eighteen ban
dred and sixty fire, two thousand dollars*.
For the parchaae Of four hundred hones, nna hun
dred cows, twenty yoke af
per third article treaty of March e lghth, eighteen
hundred and sixty five, five hundred dol'ars.
for the rectiou of an ageney building, school
house, warehouie and suitable buildings for the
physician, carpenter, interpreter, miller, engi ne e r ,
nd blacksmith, on the new re serration of eotd In
dian* ns per fourth article treaty of March eighth,
eighteen bandred and nixt# five, tweuty one thou
sand dollars
tweuty one
__ _„_.Hjn of a house for each chief of the said
tribes, as per fourth article tree* ef March eighth
eighteen hundred and sixty-five, twenty two thousand
fiv* hundred dob are.
Ycr expenses of the removal of the property of said
Indians to their new homes, as per fifth article treai y
ef March eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty five,
three hundred dofMA mm -
Mele treaty of March eighth, eighteen Burn
flluty fire, ninety-six thousand dollars.
WIBNEBAGO AND *or AwatmMIK INDIANS ON WIS
vi Wie.ensiu, fiv*
XAJKrroB fiHBS OB MOUX
For ei»ht er ten iaetalv^Tu te he paid to them or
txpeaded fer thetr beecflt, sonjaMcmf with the
ich tnejr hfiall remove to and settle and re
on iiundred and fifty-eight,
xty five thousand fioilai
n INDIAN-*, OF
cial object
I January. < .
ad five hundred dollars.
ignteen hundred and
r the third of tx*n in« ;
tu he paid to them oi
ommena ng with the
>nt« of the second s
ended for their ben
in which they shall r
they shn
_________________ . rved for
ornea, per second article treaty twelfth
ghtee i hundred and fifty eight, ten thou
schosls. under the dir
second article treaty i
tired and fifty e ght fix
March,^eighteen hun
its, or during the pleas
% euded in furnishing
id assistance in agneu
twelfth March, eighteen hundred and tif
en thousand five iiundred dollars.
.ND OTHER AI.I.IK1) JUIBES IN WAAHlNli
TON TEUBITOKY.
th instalment ..n one hundred and fifty
dlars. under the direction of the presi
Ired and fifty fivi
hundred doilara.
chool, and to provide
ive. tnree thousand *1
For seventh of twent
i hundred and t:
sfor tlieesiabhsh
ral and industrial
suitable
rticle
eaty
een hundred and fifty
Imenta for theestabl
and carpenter shop, i
rvsa j '
e hundred dollar
Imenta for the employ
enty
i iiundred and fifty !
t. eighteen hundred and fifty
. and for pay
y thirty first
r . r sevcm ii "i 'cn*\ insrn msri« lor mjipori ni a
sary to >ls theref -r, per eleventh article treaty thirty
nr-t January, eighteen hundred and fifty five, fire
hundred dolla
iiundred and fifty-fiv.
dollars.
5
(AT1LLA TRIBE*
[ thousand dolla:
endent of farming o
nd plough uiak
i Mm.in
od d »IUr*
i nnd titty Hve.
hundred dollar!
.•bools, on.* <>f wfiich is to be an agri nfiural
ir •! mil .1 ' ri .1 - ■ . k»*»* j»tlit.
ng.-. and tor providing hu table f.iroitur.-, books,
ind i-Iatione-y, p- r filth artic le treaty ninth June,
ligtiteen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred dolla:
For seventh of twenty in»n
till!
t for i he employ
hundred
istalment i for the employ
For seventh of ti
sis. l ,r°.' ir* z\r.
one gunsmith, one carpenter, and one wagon and
plough maker, per tiftn article treaty ninth June,
eighteen hnndredand fitly five, nine thousand four
hundred dollars.
For seventh of twenty insta menta for keeping in
repair saw and I'.or - ...... 1 - 1 1 ------ '
id forfu
id fixtures per fifth article
unth June, eighteen hundred and fifty fivi
the bonpi
____nes and r
no* y ninth June. ,
three hundred dollars.
tor seventh of twent
physician, per fifth
emhteeu hundred and fitty-fi
hundred dollars.
For seventh of twenty
repair the buildings re
ployes. and for provi
therefor, per tilth am
hundred and fifty five,
For seventh of twee
nstalments for the pay of a
•tide treaty ninth June,
, one thousand four
talm
red
:he
•eaty i
talmentft for the salary of
...... _ confederated tribes and
f Indians may select to be their head chief,
por tifth ar icle treaty ninth June, eighteen hun
dred and fifty five, tire hundred dollars.
NE7. PERCF. INDIANS.
F or tbe second ot five mstalin-mti of second series
for beneficial objects, at discreu m of the President,
per fourth article treaty June eleventh, eighteen
hundred and fit; > five, eight thousand dollars.
For seventh of twenty instalments for the support
of t wo scnools. one of which to be an agricultural and
industrial school: keeping in repair bchool building,
and for providing su table furniture, books, and
stationery, p r fifth article treatv eleventh June,
eighteen hundred and fifty five, five hundred dol
: of
enth of twenty instalments for the
one superintendent of teaching and
por filth article treaty eleventh Ji
hundred and fifty five, three thousand
ploy
iding
—ly elei—__ _ ,
r**, five hundred doth
treaty eleventh J*
3 smiths , gunsmiths , carpen
lough makers' shops, and for
ooiH therefor, per tif h article
e'ghteen hundred and fifty
For seventh of twen y instalments for the employ
ment of one superintendent of farming, and two
farmer*, two millers, two blacksn ith.*, one tinner,
one gunsmith, one carpenter, and one wagon and
plough m >ker per fifth art icle treaty eleventh June,
eighteen hundred aud titty five, nine thousand four
huudred collars.
For seventh of twenty instalments for keeping in
repair saw and flouring mill, and for furnishing
them* esssry tools and fixture- therefor, per tiftn
article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred and
fifty-five, five hundred d >1 ars.
ror seventh ot twenty instalments for keeping in
repair the hospital, and providing the necessary
medicines and furniture tticretor. per fifth article
treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred and fifty
for pay of a
treaty eleventh June,
thousand four
hve. I
Foi_______ _ _ . H
physician, per fifth article
eighteen hundred and fifty-five,
hundred dollars
For seventh of twenty instalments for keeping in
repair the buildings for the varioua employes, and for
providing the necessary furniture tnerefor. per fifth
article treaty eleventh June eighteen hundred and
fifty five, three huudred dollars
For seventh of twonty instalments for the salary of
such terson as the tribe may select to be their head
chief, per tilth article treat* eleven h June, e ghteen
hundred and fifty five, five hundred dollars.
For first of four instalments tu enable the Indians
to remove and locate upon the reservation, to be ex
pended in ploughing land and fencing lots, as
first clauae fourth article treaty of Jun- -
UC
seven, seventy thousand dollars.
For tne purcliaoe of agricultural implement*, in
cluding wagons and carta, harness, cattle, and sheep,
other stock, as may be deemed moot beneficial, os
per second danse fourth article treaty of j une ninth,
eighteen hundred anil sixty-three, fifty thousand
dollars.
For the erection of a saw and flouring mill, ti be
located at Kamia. as per third clause fourth article
1 uinih. eigntsen handred and sixty
treaty ot J
three, ten t__________
For firs) of the sixteen instalments for bsarding
and clothing the children who shall attend thi
i thousand dollars
schoo's. providins the echo >1* and boarding-houses
with micessa y furniture, the purchase of nscesuary
wagon*, teams, agricultural implements, tools, ana
aolcrth. and f r fencing of su h lands as may be
needed for gardening an 1 fariaisg pur noses for the
school*, as per fourth clause fourth article treaty
of June ninth, eighteen hundred and sixtv-three,
for the hsca> year ending June tniriy. eighteen
handled and sxxty seven, six thousand dollars.
For building two cfiurcben, *» per fifth clause
fourth article treaty o Jane nine, eighteen hundred
• od sixty-'bree. two thousand five bandied dollar
For eatery of two subordinate eUsa,, as per
For tne erection of buildings for the subordinate
ehiefs, and to plough and f«nc** the land for sold
chiefs, as well as to procure the necessary furniture,
and to complete and furnish the house, and so forth,
of the bead chief, os per fifth article treaty of Jane
ninth, eighteen hundred and *ist#-three. two thou
send five hundred dollar* , , ..
For the erection of two school houses, including
boarding bowses and th* necessary ostbaildings. as
per first douse filth article treaty of June ninth,
eighteen hundred and sixty three, ten thousand
For tits erection of a hospital and providing the
necessary furniture, as per second douse fifth erttole
treaty of Jane ninth, eighteen hundred and sixt#
the se, twelve hundred donors ...
For the erection of • blscktanfth shop, to be located
at Kami*, to aid is the completion of the smith a
shops'the sgsney. and to purchase the notejwary
tools, iron, steel, and so forth, as per third clause
fifth article treaty of June ninth.,,eighteen handred
and sixty-three. r~
> thousand dollars
For the erection of house* for einpjoyes, repairs of
aiiDThhop*. and so forth, and providing oeoeeaary,
furniture, tools, and materials, as per fotlftfc dtOM
filth ertiole treaty of Jnn# ninth eighteen hundred
and six'y three, tare# thousand donor*.
FV>r salary <if two matrons to take charge of the
boarding cchool*. two assistant teachers, owe far mar,
one carpenter, and twukAniller*. as uer fifth article
treaty of Jons ninth, eighteen hundred end oixt#
tune, for th* fiscal year ending Jan* thirtieth,
eighteen hwadred and sixty eevsn, seven thousand
six hundred dollars. ...
For ih* erect on of a house for Indian chief Timo
thy. as per Math article treat# of Juoe ninth,
eig&W*n hundred and etaty th ed, six hundred dot
"ft*, th. el.im.oFo.rt.rn iiwblti ot th. > 1 .
Uibcfaf acrri*» nfilScrad end tor toMi tor
ouM In than u th. Orwcc Mc«te" rtfactfjri
For the third of five in^talinen
d twenty thousand dollars, bci
r beneficial objects, at the dn>
ighteen hundred .
For seventh of twenty instain
treaty sixteenth July,
;teenth July, eighi
re*- hundred dollars
[•'or seventh ot twei
> : able instructors tb
tteenkh July, eighte.
i ght bund t-d dolla 1
of twenty
11tin , tin and gum
hundred and fifty five, or
for keeping i
teenth July, eighteen hundred and fifty
iiundred dollar;.
For ee- enth of twenty instalments for ihf
ment of two farmers, two mi levs, one b a
employ
:ksmith,
iixteenth Jr.ly. eighte
h, five hundred dollars.
id fifty five,
keeping in
... u .w. .-rmshing ths
tii'-refor. per fifth article
teen hundred and titty
nills. and for fu
______________,________tents for keeping in
the hospital, and providing the necessary
aes and furniture therefor, per fifth article
sixteenth July, e ghteen hundred and fifty
5 BJe.
id fur
"d for the various
ixteenth July,
dred and fift five, three hundred dollar'
For seventh of twenty instalments
each of the head chiefs of t.ne Flat hi
and Upper Pend d'Oreilies tribes, j
treatv sixteenth Ju y. eighteen hun
five, fifteen hundred dollars.
ghteen hun
• the pay of
. Kootenay,
fifth article
thoi
stalments, aecond sr
. for benefic al objects.
nts for pay and sub
'.■swr?
id fifty fi
• behead chief of s
nX„°,
? hundred dollars.
> \>e shared
inber, eignteen hundred
rie thousand live hundred dollars.
>f ten instalments for the nay of a
loinvr to aid in erecting buildings and
ire for said Indians, and to furnish
rvic- . per second ariicle treaty twenty
, eighteen hundred and fitty five, two
ichcr* to manual labor school, for all
i
as
of the pupils, per second article treaty twenty fir
Decern tier, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, tbr
thousand dollars.
t July, eighteen hundred and
July, eighteen hundred and fifty five, two thousand
five 1 ur.dred dollars.
For seventh of twenty instalment.* for support tf
smith and carpenter shop, arid to provide the neces
sary tools therefor per tenth article treaty first July,
eignteen hundred and fifty five, five hundred dol
lar«. ,
l or seventh of twenty instalments for the employ
ment of a blacksmith, carpenter, and farmer, and
a physician who shall furnish medicine for the sick,
per tenth article treaty first July, eighteen hundred
and fifty-five, /our thousand six hundred dol ars.
F'or first of four instalments on sixty thousand dol
lars being the fourth series . under the direction of
the president, per fifth article t(eaty twenty sixth
" ary, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, three thou
ly sixth January, eighteen bandred and f
wo thousand live hundred dollars,
seventh, of twenty instalments tor the em;
of a blacksmith, carpenter, fanner, and a
cianwho shall furnish medicines for the sick,
• leventh article treaty twenty sixth January,
sen hundred and fifty five, lour thousand six
red dollars.
OTTAWA INDIANS OB BLANCHARD'S FORK AND ROCHE
hundred and sixty t
*ight thousand five hundred
interest on eight thousand five hundred dol
lars, at live per centum, being the unpaid princip 1
of thirtv-four thousand dollars, per fourth article
treaty June twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and
or th_ ...
i held in stocks by the go
id and
J eight hundred
and forty nine dollars and eighty-teven cents.
AUAPAH0E8 AND C HEYENNE INDIANS OF THE UPPER
-iay, fifteen thousand dollars per __________
________ ibe. commencing with the year in which
they snail remove to and settle upon their reserve
grinding grain, one or more mechanic shops,
nec saary taoD for the same, aud dwelling houses
for an interpreter, miller, engineer for mill, 'if one be
necessary), farmers, and the mechanic* that maybe
employed for their benefit, per fifth article treaty
F'ebruary eighteenth, eighteen hundred and 6ixty
tive thousand dollars.
t transportation and neoessary expenses of de
livery of annuities, good*, and provisions, ner fifth
ertiole treaty February eighteenth, eighteen hundred
nd sixty-one, five thousand dollars.
For insurance, t ran? por lotion, and necessary ex
penses of the delivery of enmities arid provisions
ths (Jhippowas of Lake Superior, per seventh
ticls treaty September thirtieth, eighteen hundred
and fifty tour, five thousand beven hundred and
o dollars and sixty three centv.
nsurance, transportation, and necessary
pecsee of the delivery of-----------
the (Jhippowas of the Mississippi, per fifth article
treaty February twen'y second, eighteen hundred
and fifty five, three thousand eight hundred aud
eighty-six dollar* and seventy hve cents.
CHIPPEWA* OF RKD LAKE, AND PEMBINA 1RIBE OF
CHIFPEWAH.
For annuity to be paid per capita to ths Red Lake
band of Chippewas, during the pleasure of the pres
ident. per third article treaty second October,
eighteen hundred and sixty-three, and second article
supplementary to treaty twelfth Apr I, eighteen
. .. "* — "• ! xty four, ten thousand dollars.
_ __ ______rat to the Pembina band of Chippe
was. during the pleasure of the president, per third
article treaty October second, eignteen honored and
DUities and provisions to
sixty-three, and second article supplementary treaty
April twelve, eighteen hundred and sixty four, five
thousand dollar*.
F'or the third of fifteen in*almenu to be expended
annually for tho purpose of supplying them with
gillmg twine, cotton matter, calico. Iiusoy. blankets,
she-ting, flannels, provisions, farming tools, and for
such other useful articles, and for such other useful
purposes as may be deemed for their best interests,
per third article supplementary treaty cf twelfth
*>rlv5j| , -"-- '—'"* i ---- 1J, '**—
ad doll
For the
oojects fc*» * siuuuw wauu >/• vmjn rvoomm, (n>i
third article supplementary treaty of twelfth April,
eighteen hundred and sixty four, four thousand
For third of fifteen instalments for th* pay of one
blacksmith, one physician who shad furnish medi
cine for the sick, one miller, and one farmer, per
fourth article supplementary treaty April twelfth,
eighteen hundred and sixty four, three thousand nine
hundred dollars.
For third of fifteen instalment* for the purchase of
..on and steel and other articles for blacksmithing
purposes, per fourth article supplementary treaty
April twelfth, eighteen hundred and sixty foor, one
thousand five hundred dollars.
For the third of fifteen instalments, to bo expended
for carpentering and other purposes, par fourth
article supplementary treaty April twelfth, eighteen
hundred and sixty-four, on* thousand dollars.
For third of fifteen instalments, to defray the ex
penses of a board of visitors, to consist of not mors
than three persons, to attend upon the annuity pay
tnents of the said Chippewa Indiana, whose sa'ary
shall not exceed five dollars per day, nor more than
twenty day, and ten cents per mils for traveling ex
penses, and not to exceed three hundred wiles, per
sixth article treaty October second, eighteen hundred
xty three, three hundred and ninety dollars.
and provisions, and
' ding machinery, 1 _____— . _ ------..
Chippewa* of Red Lake and Pembina tribe,
waste, either as hunters or herdsmen, per eevsn th
art ice treaty October first, eighteen hundred *»d
sixty-three, five thousand dollar*.
EASTER* BAND OF SHOSHONEES.
w ..rd of twenty instalments, to be expend*^
under the direction of the president, in the purcham
of sueh articles aa he may deem suitable to their
went*, either as hunters or hersdmen, per fifth
article treaty July second, eighteen hundred and
aixty-three, ten thousand doliare.
NONTKWESTERN BANDS OF 8HOSHONEES
For third of twenty InaUlmenU. to be expended,
under the direction of the President, in the par
chase of such articles ne he may deem suitable to
their wonts, either as hunters ot herdsmen, per third
article treaty July thirtieth, #ighteen hundred and
Sixty three, five thousand dollars.
IK*HIP BANDS OB SHObHONREO.
For third of twent# instalments, to be expended,
trader the direetion oi the, President, in th# Mr
cans* of each netmine, t neln dt nH eoUle for heed
ing. or other purposes, os he snail desm suitable for
their wants nnd condition, either as huntsmen or
herdsmen, per seventh artn Is treaty October snoond.
eighteen hundred and sixty three, on* thonsnnd
dollars.
CBEEE HATtOW. . „
For interest on two tonndred th/msand dollar*, at
five per centum per annum, as permanent neneityto
be paid them in money, or for ench mechanical lehor
or eseful articles os to# Secretary of th* Interi'r
*• Sssfisrs > ££
'her article* as
ths council of
hundred and
ie treaty ot October s
h twenty t
hou-and d
amendment I
lird of t
1 thousand dollar*,
f goods, provisions,
ialments to furnish said Indians
miii uin toke of good work oxen, twenty log chains,
two hundred grubbing hoev ten ploughs, ten grind
stones, one hundred axes, (handled,) twenty spades,
and other taiming implements, per fifth article
treaty May seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty
four, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, one thousand hve
hundred dollars.
For the employment of two cat-pen er«, one thou
sand eight hundred dollars, and two blacksmiths,
one thousand eight hundred dollar;: four farm labor
ers, two thousand four hundred dol'ars; one physi
thousand two hundred do lars. and medi
«*d dollars, per fifth
ghteen hundred and
nding June thirtieth
sick, five hundred dollar?
treaty May seventh,
ty four, for the fiscal j
i ghteen hundred and si
hundred dollars.
applied toward th<
May
the fiscal _ _______,
dre_d and sixty seven,
tixth article treaty
ind s'xt*-four, for
June thirtieth, eighteen hun
. eighteen hundred and i
•tide trea-y Ma;
hundred miles
r more th
;>er mile, for the fiscal _
eighteen hundred and sixty
t to the In
nldCj build
enth, eighteen
dollars' per
as np r fourth art:
eighteen hundred
ending June thirti
seven, ten thousand dollars.
'thousand dol
ighteen hundred and sixty
;rx«
fourth article of i
ired and t
iding .1 une tbir i
the Ii
eaty of October fourteenth,
xty five, for the fiscal year
ghteen hundred and sixty
icle of treaty of October nil
i thousand (lolls
3 article of treaty of October nuiete.
ndreil and sixty five. 1 or the fiscal
.• thirtieth, eighteen hundred and »
oUH&nd dollars,
im, to be paid the widow and children of
vo hundred dollar*.
Bighteeu hundred and t
undred dollars.
for each lodge or tann
be paid in such article
m». direct, as per fou
twentieth, e ghteen .
lodgeH.l to be paid 1
Secretary of In
* OF DAKOTA (
•igue, to be paid in such articles a
ie Interior may direct, a* per I
eaty of October twentieth, eighte'
first of twenty instalments, to be paid in such
articles as the Secretary of the Interior way direct,
i per fourth article of treaty of October tweuty
ightli, eighteen hundred and sixty five for the fiscal
ear ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred < nd
sixty seven, ten thousand dollars.
OALLALA BAND OF DAKOTA OR MOUX INDIANS,
first of twenty instalments, to he paid in such
articles as the
ireiary ot the intenc
* -eaty of r
rad sixty
i thirtieth, eighte<
ctober twenty
ve, for tho fical
hundred and
ished for In.in
hundred
1SOIS FORT DA
Preslder
ion for it
w'a Indians, as provided
karil seventh, *•-*'*— w
hnusand dollai
j sixhundred dollai
erection of a vchool-house, as per third ar
y of Ajinl seventh, eighteen hundred and
tnousand dollars.
taUueuU, lor t he support of
For the erection of an agency building and
house, as per third article treaty of April seventh,
1 or first of tv _. . ----------. __.
one blacksmith and assistant, and lor
and steel. I and other article? nece;«»r>- for
blacksmith shop, as per third article treaty of Apr I
reventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-idx, for the
fiscal year ending Juoe thirty-eighteen hundred and
sixty-t-even, one thousand five hundred dollars.
For first of twenty instalments, for th* support of
one school teacher, and for necessary books and sta
tionery, as per third article trea y ot April seventh,
eighteen hundred and aixty-six, for the fiscal year
ending June thirty. eigb<een hundred and eixty
sc ven, eight hundred dollars.
For first of twenty instalments for the instruction
of the Indians in farming, and purchase ot seeds,
tools, aud so forth, as per third artic<e treaty of
April seventh, eighteen hundred aud sixty-six. fur
the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-seven, eight huudred dollars.
For first of twemy ; —*"*----- ---
money, to be paid per
treaty of Apri' seventh, eignteen hundred end
six, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,
•ighteen hundred a d sixty-seven, three thousand
five hundred dollars.
F'or first of twenty instalments of annuity in pro
visions, ammunition, end tobacco, as per third ar
ticle of treaty of April seventh, eignteen hundred
and sixtyeix, for the fiscal year ending June thirti
eth, eighteen hundred and sixty seven, one thousand
and sixty-boven, six thousand five handred dollars.
To enable the ch afa. headtntn, and warnors to
astablish their people upon the new reservation, and
to purchase useful articles and presents, as per
fourth article treaty of April reventn. eighteen hun
dred and sixtyeix, and Senate amendment thereto,
thirty thousand dollars.
To pay nucessary transportation and subsistence of
the de'egates who visited Washington for the pur
pose of negotiating treaty, at per eighth article
treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty
six. ten thousand dol Ian.
For traneportatioa and necessary cost of delivery
of annuity goods and provisions to the iktic Fort
band of (Jihppewa Indians, sopor sixth article treaty
of April seventh, rdghteen hundred and sixty six, for
th# fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-seven, one thousand five hundred
dollars.
TABKQUACHE BAND OB UTAH INDIANS.
For building s blacksmith shop forth* Tabeqnache
band of Utah Indians, as per tenth article treaty of
Ootober seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty three,
fiv* hundred dollars.
For the purchase of iron and steel and necessary
tools for said shop, as per tenth article treaty of Oc
tober seventh, eighteen hnndred and sixty three, for
the fiscal year ending Jnne thirtieth, eighteen hun
dred and sixty five, two hundred and twenty dollars.
For the purchase of iron, steel, and neoessary
tools for said shop, se per tenth article treaty ot Oc
tober seventh, eighteen hundred end sixty three,
forth* fiscal year ending Jun* thirtieth, eighteen
hundred and sixty six, twe handred and twunty dol
Forth* pure have cf iron, steel, and nsoees^ry
tools for said shop, as per tenth ar Jole
tober seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty uu-ev, iur
the flseai year ending Jane thirtieth, eighteen hun
dred end sixty seven, two hundred and twant#
dollars.
For pay of blacksmith and assistant for the Tabe
quqobe band of Utah InniaoK, a* per tenth article
treaty of October seventh, eighteen hundred and
sixty-three, for »h* fiscal year ending Jans thirtieth,
eighteen hundred end sixt# five, on* thousand one
hundred doUare.
hundred dollars.
ARKANSAS RIVER.
For reimbursing members of th* hands of Arspaho
and Gheyanae Indians who suffered at band Creek,
November twenty ninth, nighfceen hundred and sixty
four. to be paid in United Htetes secaritiesqenimals,
woods, provisions, or MMMl other useful articles as the
ReorsUry of Out Interior may direct, as per sixth
article treaty of October fourteenth, eighteen hun
dred and sixty five, thirty-nine thousand and fifty
For first Of forty instalments, to be expended in
such manner and for each purposes a* the Secretary
of the Ulterior may direct, fx'ing an amount equal to
twenty dbllofa per capita for Two thousand sight
hundred perpons, the number agreed upon ter the
----------- S7TTZ-1. ^T iMm <gj, - —
a toot
I forty instalments, to be expended uj
n of the Secret try of the Interin
fryual to ten dollar* per capita
number agreed up
tide tr eaty of Oct
fifth i_____________
3 hundred and sixty five.
me thirtieth, eighteen liuni
amanche and Kiow
i. T—•. ending June tnii
eighteen hundred and sixty seven, or so much t
be necessary, eight thousand dollars
rst of forty instalment*, to be expended a
ection of the Secretary o' » -
the Apache Indians being an c .. u
enty dollars per ctpita for eight hundred pet
per second article treaty of October seventh
eighteen hundred and sixty five, for the fi
nding June thirtieth, eighteen hundred a
?von, eixteen thousand dollars.
For trans ortation of goods, provisions,
forth, purchased for the Apache In ians
'.at year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hund
d six'jr seven, or so much thereof a* may be r
•y, three thousand five handred dollars.
OMAHA lIUilE OF INDIANS.
xpended by their ageut,
---* *"'*•-. Atf]
buildin s, farming implements,' breaking of*!
1 other improvements on their reservation, ail
ond article of treaty of Match sixth, ei>' "
hundred and s xty-five. tiftv thousand dollars.
this sura, o bo paid as damages, in
quence of tue occupancy of a portion of the oi
—'"'—ration, and use and d<
ebaeo tribe of Indtt__.______________
of Msrch sixt h. e ghteen hundred and i
even thousand dollars,
keeping in repa r a grist and saw
eighth ar cIm of treaty of March sixteen
dred and fifty dour.
isand two hundred
f blacksmith shop and
ne, as rer eighth at tide o _____
h, eighteen hundred and fitty .ft
e of treaty of March six"
xty five, for the fi'cal _____
eighteen hundred and sixty i
Joliora.
stalinen for keeping in repa
alment for keeping i
dollars.
For fourth instalment for k* e|*ing in repai
smith's, tinsmith's gunsmith s. carpente:
wagon and p'ow m-kor's shops and for p
necessary tools therefor, perhf'.b article tr«>;
n'nth, eighteen hundred aud tif y five, live
tagon and plow maker's shops, and for [in .
lecessary tools therefor, per fifth article of t
lune ninth, eighteen hundred and fifty J
inndred dollars.
F'or seventh instalment for keeping in repa
mith's, tinsmiths, gunsmith's, carpenter
*agun and plow niake-'s shot s, and for ;n
lecmsoo tools therefor, per tifih article in-a
unth, eighteen hundred and fitly hve, five i
KLWATH AND MODOC INDIANS,
r first ot five annual instalments, to he
:r direction oi the President, as r<*r
Ie treaty of October fourteenth, e giitei
and sixty four for the fiscal year endu
.ie b. eighteen hundred anil s xty seve:
sand dollar*.
> pay f«
ed the Inriii
the
the
the erection of one saw-mill, one t
buildings for «lie blacksmith, carpentei
and n ow maker, the necessary buildi
anual labor school, and v for hospital I
per fourtn article treaty of Ootober fourte
eighteen hundred aud sixty four, elev.
anna! labor school, as per fourth
ber fourteen tb, eight
•ndin_
nd sixty-seven, •
for the fiscal ye
gbteen huudred an! sixty'
hundred
dred dollar
the first of fifteei
itence of one
'arroer. one blacksmith,
ter. and one wagon and plow mak<
ind ail
ieth, e<gl
sand dolla
For first of twenty instalments to pa* u
ubaistence of one physician, one miller,
chool teachera, aa per tilth articls treaty «f
our teenth, eighteen hundred and sixty fou .
iacal year ending Juno th rtieth, eighteen hi
ind sixty-seven, three thousand an nundref'
F or the erection ot agency buildings, tour!]
and dollars.
MTBCELLANEOUS.
For insurance and transportation of anm
nd provision* to the F latuead Indians for
car ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundnfl
• xty-sevei
eighteen . .........
b hundred and t
INDIAN HL_______ _______
3r general incidental expenses of the Indi
. presents of good-*, agn
.tier useful articles, and
____ permanent abodes, and
themaeives by i he pursuits of civilized life, UR*
noiided under the direction of the becretaryxl
lutenor, htt> thousand dollars.
INDIAN SERVICE. IN THE DISTRICT OF 0*1
LEASED FROM THE CHOCTAWS FOR THE £~"
LATELY UKHIDINU IN TEXAS.
For tho expenses of oolcnir.ing. supportiafcff
. irnishing agricultural implements and stoebn
necessary employes, purchasing clothing, i
direction of the Secretary of the Interior, t
thousand eight hundred and twenty-five dollin' |
THE WICHITA! AND OTHER ABBILU
__r the expenses of cojonizini. aupiefrun*!
furnishing said bands with agricub urai impl* -
and stock, pay of necessary employes, pure!
clothing, medicines, iron and steel, and m
of schools, to be expended under the dire
i Interior, ihirty-a
ana including ins interest papam* •'v .
sen hnndred and sixty six. on# hnndrsJ
one hundred and fifty three dollar*. j
tog'tM Wah p a k ooia baadf
dians, at thsir new homes, one hundred
I - OmniI Bchtnck, It U uudonlooJ
__receive the BepubUc»n nomlaetion tor
I ernor of Ohio.
i^al year en ling June thirty, eighteen l.uaaJ
MXty-feven, three hundred doliare.
r pay of one engineer and asnistaat, as pe
_ e of treat, of March sixteenth, eighte
dred and titty four, and third article of ti
March .sixth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five.
fiscal year ending June th rtieth, eighteen hand-1
Tare * ,1 ** y '*® Ten ' one thousand eight hundred i
For pay of one miller am
article ot treaty of March
dred aud nfty four, and
March sixth, eighte
fiscal year ending Ji
and sixty seven, one
For pay of farmer,
hundred and sixtv
June thirtieth, ei«
nine hundred dolla
haudre hollars.
MIHTE LIJIN EXlUB.
the general incidental expenses of th* I <5
service in California, including traveling <
the superintending agentc, seven thouaau
dred dollars.
F'or th* purchase of oattle for beef ami ®*
gether with clothing and food, teams and faf
tools for Indians in California, fifty five to*
dollars.
For insuronoe. transportation, and n.'A«
penses of the delivery oi annu ties and prov!
the Indian tribe* in Minnesota and Micln^nn.i
thousand three handred and fifty dollars
twoconta. _
For insurance, transportation, and
penses of the delivery of Pawnee, Ponca,
ton Nieux annuity goods and provision',
sand dollars. .
For expense* attending tbs vaccination of 1>«
two thoasand five hundred dollars. _■
For the general incidental expenses of tn*ij*
service in Oregon and Waehinxton TerritodJ
eluding insurance and transportation of
goods and presents, (where no special
therefor is made by treaties,) and office ar.'* ir * m
expenses of the superintendent end *
thirty five thousand five hMdrt-d dollar
F'or defraying the expenses of the remow
subsistence of Indians ~ "------ j \x.-w
Territory, (not parties te_______ t
necessary employes, fifty thousand dollar*.
INDIAN SERVICE IN NEVADA. «
Forth* general incidental expenses of
service in Nevada, presents of goods, agn
elements, and other useful articles, ai
, to locate in permanent a!*ode •.
Interior, taenty-fivo thousand dollars.
INDIAN SERVICE IN UTAH TEHRH' .
For the general incidental expenses "f tn«**
aerMca in Utah Territory.presents of goods.
ral implemenu, and other useful articles, auu Wrt
tliam to locate in permanent abodes. »nfl
themselves by the pursuits of civilised lib*.
pended under the direction of the beerewrt1
Interior twenty five thousand dollars. _ _ |
INDIAN MERV1CK IN COLORADO TEBKTTOXJJ
For the general incidental expenses of tm^T
service inTjolorsdo Territory, preeentaof
cultural implement*, and other useful orticis osg
oaaist them to locate in permanem *b*"i> ;• ** .2
tain themselves by the pursuits of civilixs*
I s pended under the direction of tho f*ecret*ry 1
nterior, twent# five thousand duller*-. -if
Fur payment of interest on UuAl thoaMjl
lars, abfatraced bonds, for the fiscaly» r *VH
June thirt eth, eighteen hundred and *ix'l ■Tl
the Cher, ke*school fond, nine hundred
For the payment of interest on sixty ewfOi H
seed dollars, abstracted bonds, for the
ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred sn
six. of the Ghsroke# national fund, four t&»
and eighty dollars. _ _
Navajo indunm IN new mexjco.
For sabsistesoe for the Navajo Indian#,
.purchase cf sheep and of agriculture
seeds, end other articles necessary for
ground on th# reservation upon the Pecos ri 1
SSSk on on.. fain.- tf

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