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WINNEBAGOES.

Winnebagoes.

For interest on eight hundred and fifty-six thousand and forty dollars

and thirty cents, at five per centum, per fourth article of treaty of No. Vol.7, p.545.

vember first, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, and joint resolution of 1862, Reg. No. 69, July seventeenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, forty-two thousand v. 12, p. 628. eight hundred and two dollars and one cent.

For twenty-ninth of thirty instalments of interest on seventy-five

thousand tbree hundred and eighty-seven dollars and twenty-eight Vol. 9, p. 878. cents, at five per centum, per fourth article of treaty of October thir

teenth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, three thousand seven hundred and sixty-nine dollars and thirty-six cents.

For interest on seventy-eight thousand three hundred and forty dollars and forty-one cents, at five per centum, to be expended, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, for the erection of houses, improvement of their allotments of land, purchase of stock, agricultu. ral implements, seeds, and other beneficial purposes, three thousand nine hundred and seventeen dollars and two cents.

YAKAMA NATION.

Yakama Na. For sixteenth of twenty instalments, being the first of the last series, tion.

for beneficial objects, to be expended under the direction of the Presi. Vol. 12, p. 953.

dent, per fourth article of treaty of June ninth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, four thousand dollars.

For sixteenth of twenty instalments, for the support of two schools, one of which is to be an agricultural and industrial school, keeping in repair school buildings, and for providing suitable furniture, books, and stationery, per fifth article of treaty of June pinth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred dollars.

For sixteenth of twenty instalments, for the employment of one superintendent of teaching and two teachers, per fifth article of treaty of June ninth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, three thousand two hundred dollars.

For sixteenth of twenty instalments, for the employment of one super. intendent of farming and two farmers, two millers, two blacksmiths, one tipper, one gunsmith, one carpenter, and one wagon and plow maker, per fifth article of treaty of June pinth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, eleven thousand four hundred dollars.

For sixteenth of twenty instalments, for keeping in repair saw and flouring mills, and for furnishing the necessary tools and fixtures, per fifth article of treaty of June ninth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred dollars.

For sixteenth of twenty instalments, for keeping in repair the hospital, and providing the necessary medicine, and fixtures therefor, per fifth article of treaty of June pinth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, tbree hundred dollars.

For sixteenth of twenty instalments, for keeping in repair blacksmith, ținsmith, gunsmith, carpenter, and wagon and plow maker shops, and for providing necessary tools therefor, per filth article of treaty of June ninth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred dollars.

For sixteenth of twenty instalments, for the pay of a physician, per fifth article of treaty of June vintb, eighteen hundred and fiity-five, one thousand two hundred dollars.

For sixteenth of twenty instalments, for keeping in repair the buildings required for the various employees, and for providing the necessary furniture therefor, per fifth article of treaty of June ninth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, tbree hundred dollars.

For sixteenth of twenty instalments, for the salary of such person as the said confederated tribes and bands of Indians may select to be their head chief, per fifth article of treaty of June pinth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred dollars.

GENERAL INCIDENTAL EXPENSES OF THE INDIAN SERVICE.

ARIZONA. For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in the Terri General inci. tory of Arizona, presents of goods, agricultural implements, and other dental expenses of

Indian service inuseful articles, and to assist them to locate in permanent abodes, and Ari

Arizona. sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilized life, and for educational purposes, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, sixty-five thousand dollars.

CALIFORNIA.

California.

Colorado.

For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Califorpia, pay of employees, presents of goods, agricultural implements, and other useful articles, and to assist them to locate in permanent abodes, and sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilized life, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, sixty thousand dollars.

COLORADO TERRITORY. For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Colorado Territory, presents of goods, agricultural implements, and other useful articles, and to assist them to locate in permanent abodes, and sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilized life, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, five thousand dollars.

DAKOTA TERRITORY. For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Dakota Territory, presents of goods, agricultural implements, and other useful articles, and to assist them to locate in permanent abodes, and sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilized life, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, twenty thousand dollars.

Dakota.

Idaho.

IDAHO TERRITORY. For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Idaho Territory, presents of goods, agricultural implements, and other useful articles, and to assist them to locate in permanent abodes, and sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilized life, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, ten thousand dollars.

MONTANA TERRITORY. For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Montana Territory, presents of goods, agricultural implements, and other useful articles, and to assist them to locate in permanent abodes, and sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilized life, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, twenty thousand dollars.

Montana.

Nevada.

NEVADA. For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Nevada, presents of goods, agricultural implements, and other useful articles, and to assist them to locate in permanent abodes, and sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilized life to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, thirty-five thousand dollars.

That the Pai-Ute reservation in Southeastern Nevada is bereby reduced to one thousand acres to be selected by the Secretary of the Iuterior in such manner as not to include the claim of any settler or miner.

NEW MEXICO. For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in New Mexico, presents of goods, agricultural implements, and other useful articles, and to assist them to locate in permanent abodes, and sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilized life, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, forty thousand dollars.

New Mexico.

OREGON.

Oregon.

For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Oregon, including transportation of annuity-goods and presents, (where no special provision therefor is made by treaties,) and for paying the expenses of the removal and subsistence of Indiaus in Oregon, (not par

ties to any treaty,) and for pay for necessary employees, forty-five thouProviso. sand dollars: Provided, That, of this amount, seven thousand dollars

may be available at once. Indians on Alsea And the Secretary of the Interior be, and hereby is, authorized to and Siletz reserva- remove all bands of Indians now located upon the Alsea and Siletz tion to be removed. Indian reservation, set apart for them by Executive order dated Novem

ber ninth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, and restored to the public domain by Executive order of December twenty-first, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, and to locate said Indians upon the following described tract of country, namely: Beginning at a point two miles south of the

Siletz agency; thence west to the Pacific Ocean ; thence north, along boundary.

said ocean, to the mouth of Salmon River; thence due east to the western boundary of the eighth range of townships west of the Willamette meridian ; thence south with said boundary to a point due east of the place of beginning; thence west to the place of beginning; which is hereby set apart as a permanent reservation for the Indians now occupy. ing the same and to be hereafter located thereon; and all the balance

of said Alsea and Siletz reservations is hereby thrown open to settleProviso.

ment under the land laws of the United States: Provided, That these Indians shall not be removed from their present reservation without their consent previously had.

New reservatio

WASHINGTON TERRITORY.

Washington.

For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Washing. ton Territory, including transportation of annuity-goods and presents, (where no special provision is made therefor by treaties,) and for defraying the expenses of removal and subsistence of Indians, and for educational purposes, and for pay of necessary employees, twenty-five thousand dollars.

UTAH TERRITORY.

Utab.

For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Utah Territory, presents of goods, agricultural implements, and other useful articles, and to assist them to locate in permanent abodes, and sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilized life, including transportation and necessary expenses of delivering provisions to the Indians within the Utah superintendency, and for subsistence and clothing for Indians located in the Uintah Valley reservation, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, twenty thousand dollars.

WYOMING TERRITORY.

Wyoming.

For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Wyoming Territory, presents of goods, agricultural implements, and other articles, and to assist them to locate in permanent abodes, and sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilized life, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, five thousand dollars. •

MISCELLANEOUS.

Transportation For transportation of annuities, and the necessary expenses of the of annuities. delivery of the annuities and provisions to the Indian tribes in Minne

sota, Wisconsin, and Michigan, four thousand dollars. A n nuity to

. For second instalment of annuity, to be paid to Ouray, so long as he Ouray

shall be chief of the Ute Indians, one thousand dollars.

That the fund set apart in the Treasury of the United States by virtue Trust-fund of of the fourth and fifth sections of the act of Congress entitled “An act No

poress entitled Anant. North Carolina

Cherokees. making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Indian Department, and for fulfilling treats-stipulations with the various , 1848, c. 118, 88.

4,5, v. 9, p. 264. Indian tribes, for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and RS. 3689, 0.733. forty-nine, and for other purposes," approved July twenty-pinth, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, shall be applied, under the direction of the How may be apSecretary of the Interior, for the use and benefit of the Eastern band of plied. the Cherokee Indians, to perfect the titles to their lands recently awarded to them by a decree of the circuit court of the United States for the western district of North Carolina; to the payment of such costs, charges, expenses, and liabilities attending their recent litigations in the said court as the Secretary of the Interior may determine to be properly cbargeable to them; to purchase and extinguish the titles of any white person or persons within the general boundaries allotted to them by the said decree of said court; and for the education, improvement, and civilization of the said Indians. Civilization and subsistence of Indians on the Malheur reservation : Civilization, &c.,

of Indians on MilFor this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, in the pur

e necessary, 1.the pur heur reservation. chase of goods, subsistence, stores, and so forth, for the Indians collected on the Malheur reservation, Oregon, and in instructing them in agricultural and mechanical pursuits, providing employees, educating children, procuring medicine and medical attendance, care for and support of the aged, sick, and infirm, for the helpless orphans of said Indiaps, or in any other respect to promote their civilization, comfort, and improvement, thirty-five thousand dollars.

For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to carry on Instructing, &c., the work of aiding and instructing the Indians of the Central superin. Indians of Central

superintendency. tendency in the arts of civilization, in providing clothing, food, and lodging for the children attending school, in caring for the orphans, the sick, and the helpless, and in assisting the Indians generally to locate themselves in permanent homes, and sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilized life, ten thousand dollars.

For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to defray Expenses of genthe expenses of a general council of certain Indians in the Indian Ter. eral council in Inritory, as provided by the twelfth article of the treaty with the Chero- di

dian Territory. kees of July nineteentb, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, the tenth arti- Vol. 14, p. 802. cle of the treaty with the Creeks of June fourteenth, eighteen hundred Vol. 14, p. 788. and sixty-six, the seventh article of the treaty with the Seminoles of Vol. 14, p. 758. March twenty-first, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, and the eighth arti- Vol. 14, p. 772. cle of the treaty with the Choctaws and Chickasaws of April twentyeighth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, three thousand dollars.

For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to subsist Care, &c., of and properly care for the Kansas Indians, including agricultural assist. Kansiis Indians. ance, pay of employees, and for such other beneficial objects for the tribe at large as their necessities may indicate to be proper; said amount to be refunded to the United States from the proceeds of the sale of their lands in Kansas, twenty thousand dollars.

For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to provide, Settlement, &c., under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, settlements, cloth of Modoc Indians. ing, food, agricultural implements, and seeds, for the Modoc Indians that have been removed to and are now residing within the Indian Territory, ten thousand dollars : Provided, That three thousand dollars Proviso. of the amount hereby appropriated may be used to pay the Eastern Shawnee Indians the balance due them for four thousand acres of land in the nortbeast corner of their reserve, ceded to the United States for the Modoc Indians, as per agreement made with said Shawnee Agreement with Indians June twenty-third, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, which Eastern Shawnees agreement is hereby confirmed.

confirmed. For the third of ten installments, to be paid, under the direction of Flathead Inthe President, to the Flathead Indians removed from the Bitter Root dians. Valley to the Jooko reservation, in the Territory of Montana, in accord.

Proviso.

1872, c. 308, s. 2, ance with the second section of the act entitled "An act to provide for v. 17, p. 227. the removal of the Flathead and other Indians from the Bitter Root

Valley, in the Territory of Montana,” approved June fifth, eighteen hun.

dred and seventy-two, five thousand dollars : Provided, That no part Expenses of In- of said sum shall be expended for the benefit of apy Indian of said tribe dian commission. who shall not have settled upon the Jocko reservation.

1869, c. 16, 8. 4. For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay the v. 16, p. 40. expenses of the commission of citizens serving without compensation,

appointed by the President, under the provisions of the fourth section of the act of April tenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, fifteen thou

sand dollars. General inci- For general incidental expenses of the Indian service at the various dental expenses in agencies within the Central superintendency, including rent, fuel, light, Central superintendency.

stationery, and traveling expenses of the superintendent and agents,

to be expended by the Secretary of the Interior, four thousand dollars. General inciden. For general incidental expenses of the Indian service at the various tal expenses in agencies within the Northern superintendency, including rent, fuel. Northern superin- light, stationery, and traveling expenses of the superintendent and tendency.

agents, to be expended by the Secretary of the Interior, two thousand

dollars. Collecting statis- For continuing the collection of statistics and historical data respecttics, &c., of In- ing the Indians of the United States, under the direction of the Secredians.

tary of the Interior, three thousand five hundred dollars. Educational pur- For educational purposes for the Creeks, two thousand eight hundred poses of Creeks. and ten dollars; and the United States assistant Treasurer at Saint Assistant Treas- Louis, Missouri, be, and he hereby is, authorized to open and keep ac

uis counts with the duly constituted Treasurer of the Cherokee, Creek, and to keep account with Treasurer of

Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations of Indians, the same as with GovernCherokee, Creek, ment agents and disbursing officers. &c., Indians.

Civilization, &c., For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the of captive Chey- support, education and civilization of three thousand, or more, captive

100, Cheyenne, Arapahoe, Kiowa, and Camanche Indians, during the fiscal &c., Indians.

years ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, and June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-six, at such place as may

be selected by the President of the United States, and under such milProviso.

itary forces as he may order, three hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That under the direction of the President such part of this appropriation as he may deem necessary may be turned over to the Secretary of War to be used for the supply of rations and clothing for said Indians : Provided further, That as soon as he may deem it expedient, the Presi

dent shall cause said Indians to be placed on a permanent reservation. In demnity to For this amount, to indemnify the Pawnee Indians for four thousand

and eight bundred acres of land, erroneously excluded from their res. ervation in Nebraska by the survey of the boundary line thereof, six thousand dollars.

INTEREST ON TRUST-FUND STOCKS. Interest on trust- For payment of interest on certain abstracted and non-paying State fund stocks. stocks belonging to various Indian tribes, (and held in trust by the

Secretary of the Interior,) for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,

eighteen hundred and seventy-five, namely: Cherokee nation For interest on the Cherokee national fund, twenty-six thousand al fund.

three hundred and ninety dollars. Cherokee school For interest on the Cherokee school fund, two thousand four hundred fund.

and seventy dollars. Chickasaw na. For interest on the Chickasaw national fund, fifteen thousand one tional fund. hundred and forty dollars.

Choctaw general For interest on the Choctaw general fund, twenty-seven thousand fund.

dollars. Creek orphans' For interest on the Creek orphans' fund, four thousand and fortyfund.

eight dollars.

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