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lehutes.

Nez Perces, Joseph's For the purchase of agricultural implements and support and band.

civilization of Joseph's band of Nez Perces Indians, fifteen thousand

dollars. Nez Perces, Idaho.

For support and civilization of the Nez Perces Indians in Idaho,

including pay of physician, six thousand five hundred dollars. Quinaielts and Quil

For support and civilization of the Quinaielts and Quillehutes, in

cluding pay of employees, four thousand dollars. Shoshones, Wyo. For support and civilization of Shoshone Indians in Wyoming,

fifteen thousand dollars. Shoshones, Nev.

For support and civilizations of Shoshone Indians in Nevada, including pay of employees, ten thousand dollars.

For support and civilization of Sioux of Lake Traverse, including pay of employees, six thousand dollars.

for support and civilization of Sioux of Devil's Lake, including pay of employees, six thousand dollars.

For support and civilization of the S'Klallam Indians, including pay of employees, four thousand dollars.

For support and civilization of the Tonkawa Indians, and for seeds

and agricultural implements, five thousand dollars. Walla - Wallas, Cayuses, and Umatillas, For support and civilization of the Walla-Walla, Cayuse, and

Umatilla tribes, including pay of employees six thousand five hun.

dred dollars. Yakamas, etc.

For support and civilization of the Yakamas and other Indians at said agency, including pay of employees, twelve thousand dollars.

Sioux of Lake Tray. erse.

Sioux of Devil's Lake.

S'Klallams.

Tonkawas.

Incidental expenses GENERAL INCIDENTAL EXPENSES OF THE INDIAN Indian service in

SERVICE

Arizona.

California.

Colorado.

Incidental expenses of Indian service in Arizona: For general incidental expenses of Indian service, including traveling expenses of agents, in Arizona, four thousand dollars; for the support and civilization of Indians at the Colorado River, Pima, and Maricopa and Moquis Pueblo Agencies, eight thousand dollars; and pay of employees at same agencies, eight thousand dollars; in all, twenty thousand dollars.

Incidental expenses of Indian service in California: For general incidental expenses of the Indian service, including traveling expenses of agents, in California, and support and civilization of Indians at the Round Valley, Hoopa Valley, Tule River, and Mission Agencies, eighteen thousand dollars; and pay of employees, including one carpenter (for Hoopa Valley Agency), at same agencies, nine thousand dollars; in all, twenty-seven thousand dollars.

Incidental expenses of Indian service in Colorado: For general incidental expenses of the Indian service, including traveling expenses of agents, one thousand five hundred dollars.

Incidental expenses of Indian service in Dakota: For general incidental expenses of the Indian service, including traveling expenses of agents at ten agencies in Dakota, five thousand dollars.

Incidental expenses of Indian service in Idaho: For general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Idaho, including traveling expenses of agents, one thousand dollars.

Incidental expenses of Indian service in Montana: For general incidental expenses of the Indian service, including traveling expenses of agents, four thousand dollars.

Incidental expenses of Indian service in Nevada: For general incidental expenses of the Indian service, including traveling expenses of agents in Nevada, one thousand five hundred dollars; and support and civilization of Indians located on the Pi-Ute, Walker River, and Pyramid Lake Reservations, and Pi-Utes on the Western Shoshone Reservation, fifteen thousand dollars; and pay of employees

Dakota,

Idaho.

Montana.

Nevada.

at same agencies, six thousand dollars; in all, twenty-two thousand five hundred dollars.

Incidental expenses of Indian service in New Mexico: For general New Mexico. incidental expenses of the Indian service, including traveling expenses of agents in New Mexico, and support and civilization of Indians at Pueblo Agency, and pay of employees at said agency, five thousand dollars.

Incidental expenses of Indian service in Oregon: For general inci- Oregon, dental expenses of the Indian service, including traveling expenses of agents, in Oregon, and support and civilization of Indians at Grand Ronde and Siletz Agencies, ten thousand dollars; and pay of employees at the same agencies, six thousand dollars; in all, sixteen thousand dollars.

Incidental expenses of Indian service in Utah: For general inci- Utah. dental expenses of the Indian service, including traveling expenses of agents, in Utah, support and civilization of Indians at Uintah Valley and Ouray Agencies, and pay of employees at said agencies, ten thousand dollars

Incidental expenses of Indian service in Washington Territory: Washington For general incidental expenses of the Indian service, including traveling expenses of agents at seven agencies, and the support and civilization of Indians at Colville and Nisqually Agencies, and pay of employees, including a physician for Cour d'Alene Reservation, sixteen thousand dollars.

Incidental expenses of Indian service in Wyoming: For general Wyoming, incidental expenses of the Indian service, including traveling expenses of agents, one thousand dollars.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Miscellaneous

To enable the Secretary of the Interior to employ practical farm- Practical farmers ers, in addition to the agency farmers now employed, at wages not exceeding seventy-five dollars each per month, to superintend and direct farming among such Indians as are making effort for self-support, fifty thousand dollars; and no person shall be employed as such farmer who has not been for at least five years previous to such employment practically engaged in the occupation of farming.

Pay of Indian police : For the service of not exceeding seven hun- Indian police. dred privates, at ten dollars per month each, and not exceeding seventy officers, at twelve dollars per month. each, of Indian police, to be employed in maintaining order and prohibiting illegal traffic in liquor on the several Indian reservations, and for the purchase of equipments and rations for policemen of non-ration agencies, one hundred and fourteen thousand dollars.

For compensation of judges of Indian courts, at such rates as may · Judges, Indian be fixed from time to time by the Secretary of the Interior, five thou- courts. sand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For pure vaccine matter and vaccination of Indians, one thousand . Vaccination. dollars. Telegraphing and making purchases of Indian supplies: To pay Supplies, telegrapa

ing, etc. the expenses of purchasing guods and supplies for the Indian service, including rent of warehouses and pay of necessary employees; advertising, at rates not exceeding regular commercial rates; inspection and all other expenses connected therewith, including telegraphing, forty thousand dollars.

Transportation of Indian supplies: For this amount, for necessary Transportation of expenses of transportation of such goods, provisions, and other ar. suppe ticles for the various tribes of Indians provided for by this act, including pay and expenses of transportation agents, three hundred thousand dollars.

supplies.

ervations.

Allotment.

etc.

Survey of lands for For survey and subdivision of Indian reservations and of lands to allotmeňt in severalty. be allotted to Indians, and to make allotments in severalty, to be ex

pended by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, under the direction

of the Secretary of the Interior, ten thousand dollars. Surveying, etc., res- Surveying and allotting Indian reservations (reimbursable):

To enable the President to complete the work already undertaken Vol. 24, p. 389. and commenced under the third section of the act of February eighth,

eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, entitled "An act to provide for the allotment of lands in severalty to Indians on the various reservations, and to extend the protection of the laws of the United States and the Territories over the Indians, and for other purposes, including the necessary clerical work incident thereto in the field and in

the office of Indian Affairs and the delivery to the Indians entitled Trust patents. thereunder of the trust patents authorized under said act, ten thou

sand dollars, to be immediately available.

To enable the President to cause, under the provisions of the act

of February eighth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, entitled Vol. 24, p. 388.

"An act to provide for the allotment of lands in severalty to Indians on the various reservations, and to extend the protection of the laws of the United States and the Territories over the Indians, and for other purposes,” such Indian reservations as in his judgment are advantageous for agricultural and grazing purposes to be surveyed, or resurveyed, for the purposes of said act, and to complete the allot- ment of the same, including the necessary clerical work incident thereto in the field and in the office of Indian Affairs, and delivery of trust patents, so far as allotments shall have been selected under said act, thirty thousand dollars. And no allotments shall be ordered or commenced upon any reservation unless the allotments upon such reservation so selected and the delivery of trust patents therein

can be completed under this appropriation. Purchase of seeds, For this amount; to be expended under the direction of the Secre

tary of the Interior in aiding Indians who have taken land in sev.

eralty, under the act of February eighth, eighteen hundred and Vol. 24. p. 388. eighty-seven, entitled “An act to provide for the allotment of lands

in severalty to Indians on the various reservations, and to extend the protection of the laws of the United States and the Territories over the Indians, and for other purposes,” to establish themselves in homes thereon, to procure seed, farming implements, and other things necessary, in addition to means already provided by law or treaty, for the commencement of farming, thirty thousand dollars. The amounts provided for in the three preceding paragraphs shall be repaid to the Treasury proportionately out of the proceeds of the

sales of such lands, if any, as may be acquired from the Indians Report.

under the provisions of the aforesaid act. And a report in detail of the expenditures made to December first next, under the appropriations provided by said paragraphs, shall be made to Congress at the

commencement of the next session. Indian depredation For continuing the investigation and examination of certain In

dian-depredation claims, originally authorized, and in the manner

therein provided for, by the Indian appropriation acts approved Vol. 23, p.376. March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, and March second, Vol. 24, p. 464.

eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, twenty thousand dollars. Wind River Valley. That the sum of nine thousand three hundred and seventy-one dol

lars and fifty cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby Payment to settlers appropriated to enable the Secretary of the Interior to pay the setin.

tlers who in good faith made settlement in the Wind River Valley, Wyoming Territory, previous to the time when the said valley was included in the Wind River Indian Reservation, the value of their improvements as heretofore found by appraisement by the proper

Indian agent under direction of the Secretary of the Interior: ProRemoval

vided, That no payments shall be made to any one of said settlers until he shall first ħave finally removed from said reservation.

claims.

Proviso,

Cherokees.

Legal expenses.

The sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof Eastern Band of as may be necessary, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior in the payment of necessary expenses incurred by the Department of Justice in the prosecution of litigation growing out of matters pertaining to the real estate of the Eastern Band of Cherokees in North Carolina, said sum to be immediately available.

This amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be ex- Hoopa Valley
pended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior in the Agency, Cal.
construction of a wagon road by Indian labor, as far as possible, for Wagon road.
the Hoopa Valley Agency, California, to the southwestern boundary
of the Hoopa Valley Reservation, California, in order to afford the
Hooper Indians access to market for their surplus produce, five
thousand dollars.

For one female laborer, to be employed in Indian Office, six hun-
dred and sixty dollars per annum.
To pay Beeson and Baker, of Paola, Kansas, for services rendered
the Indian Office, in furnishing abstract of titles, according to state- Payment to.
ment of August thirty-first, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, sixty
dollars.

Beeson and Baker.

FOR SUPPORT OF SCHOOLS.

Support of schools,

schools.

Proviso.

Mex.

For support of Indian day and industrial schools, and for other Day and industrial educational purposes not hereinafter provided for, six hundred and eighty-five thousand dollars; for the construction on Indian reservations of school buildings and repair of school buildings, fifty-five thousand dollars; and for purchase of horses, cattle, sheep, and swine for schools, ten thousand dollars; in all, seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars: Provided, That the entire cost of any boarding-school building exclusive of outbuildings to be built from the moneys ap- Limit of cost, buildpropriated hereby, including furniture, shall not exceed ten thousand ings. dollars, and the entire cost of any day-school building to be so built shall not exceed six hundred dollars.

For support and education of Indian pupils at Albuquerque, Albuquerque, N. New Mexico, at one hundred and seventy-five dollars per annum for each pupil, and for the erection and repairs of buildings, thirty-five thousand dollars.

For pay of the Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church Buildings, etc. for buildings and other improvements made by said board on land

Albuquerque, New Mexico, donated to the Government for Indian school purposes, six thousand eight hundred and three dollars and thirteen cents, being the appraised value of said improvements as agreed upon by a representative of said board and a special agent of the Indian Bureau.

For support of Indian industrial school at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Carlisle, Pa.
at not exceeding one hundred and sixty-seven doilars for each pupil,
eighty thousand dollars;
For annual allowance to Captain R. H. Pratt, in charge of said

Allowance to Capt. school, one thousand dollars; in all, eighty-one thousand dollars.

For support of Indian pupils at one hundred and seventy-five dol- Chilocco, Ind. T.
lars per annum each, at Indian school at Chilocco, Indian Territory
(formerly near Arkansas City), and for-pay of superintendent of
said school, at one thousand five hundred dollars, thirty-two thou-
sand one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

For support of Indian pupils, at one hundred and seventy-five Genoa, Nebr.
dollars per annum each, and for pay of superintendent of school, at
one thousand five hundred dollars, and repairs and erection of build-
ings, at Indian school, Genoa, Nebraska, and for proper drainage and
fencing farm; in all, forty thousand dollars.

For support of Indian pupils, at one hundred and seventy-five dol- Grand Junciion,
lats per annum each, and for nccessary repairs to buildings and fenc- Colo.
ing, and for pay of superintendent, at one thousand five hundred

R. H. Pratt.

Lawrence, Kans.

Proviso.

dollars, at the Indian school at Grand Junction, Colorado, ten thousand dollars; and Indian pupils, other than children of Ute Indians, may be allowed in said school, in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior. But nothing herein shall be construed to prevent the President from appropriating funds belonging to the Ute Indians for

educational purposes, as provided in section one of an act entitled Vol, 21, p. 199. “An act to accept and ratify the agreement submitted by the confed

erated bands of Ute Indians of Colorado, for the sale of their reservation in said State, and for other purposes, and to make necessary

appropriation for carrying out the same.” Hampton, Va. For support and education of one hundred and twenty Indian pupils

at the school at Hampton, Virginia, twenty thousand and forty dollars.

For support and education of four hundred and fifty Indian pupils, at one hundred and seventy-five dollars per annum each, necessary out-buildings, repairs, and fencing at the Indian school at Lawrence, Kansas, and for pay of superintendent of said school, at 'two thou

sand dollars, eighty-five thousand five hundred dollars: Provided, Heating apparatus.

That the Secretary of the Interior is authorized to expend the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, out of the unexpended balance of the appropriation for said shool for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, in the purchase and placing of steam heating apparatus in the dining hall, dormitory, and hospital buildings attached to said institute.

For support and education of two hundred Indian pupils at Lin. Philadelphia.

coln Institution, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at a rate not to exceed one hundred and sixty-seven dollars per annum for each pupil, thirty

three thousand four hundred dollars. Wabash, Ind.

For support of sixty Indian pupils, at White's Manual Labor In

stitute of Wabash, Indiana, ten thousand and twenty dollars. Salem, Oregon. For support of two hundred Indian pupils, at one hundred and

seventy-five dollars per annum each; necessary out-buildings, repairs, and fencing, at the Indian school at Salem, Oregon (formerly Forest Grove school), and for pay of the superintendent of said school, at one thousand five hundred dollars, thirty-six thousand five hundred dol

lars. St. Ignatius Mission, For support of three hundred pupils at the Saint Ignatius Mission

school, on the Jocko Reservation, in Montana Territory, at one hun

dred and fifty dollars per annum each forty-five thousand dollars. Cherokee, N.C. For the support of eighty pupils at the Cherokee training school,

at Cherokee, North Carolina, at one hundred and fifty dollars per

annum each, twelve thousand dollars.

sity For the education and support of one hundred Chippewa Indian and St. Benedict's

boys and girls at Saint John's University, and at Saint Benedict's Academy, in Stearns County, State of Minnesota, at one hundred and fifty dollars each per annum, fifteen thousand dollars; and for

the education and support of one hundred Indian pupils at Saint St. Paul's Industrial Paul's Industrial School, at Clontarf, in the State of Minnesota, at School

one hundred and fifty dollars each per anrum, fifteen thousand dol

Lincoln Institution,

Mont.

St. John's Univesity

Academy.

lars.

Other schools.

Pierre, Dak.

For care, support, and education of Indian pupils at industrial, agricultural, mechanical, or other schools, other than those herein provided for, in any of the States or Territories of the United States, at a rate not to exceed one hundred and sixty-seven dollars for each pupil, sixty-three thousand one hundred and eighty dollars.

For care, tuition, and support of Indian pupils at industrial school at Pierre, Dakota, at one hundred and seventy-five dollars per annum for each pupil, and for the necessary furniture and fixtures for said school and for pay of the superintendent of said school, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum, thirty-five thousand dollars. This sum, or so much thereof as may be deemed necessary by the

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