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THIRTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 29. 1858. 273 . .—ria ions or the current and comin cnt Ex ences May 5, 1858. C5;" lid? 31-Eiga ggéicméxxgzgillinq 7{eatjy Sénmlations with vzrious indian ':""` Tribes, for the year ending Lane thz`rh`eih, eighteen hundr and f:`_/Ty-nine. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, Appropriation. and they are hereby, appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the purpose of paying the current and contingent expenses of the Indian department, and fulfilling treaty stipulations with the various Indian tribes. For the current and contingent expenses of the Indian department, viz: For the pay of superintendents of Indian atlhirs, and of the several Superintendents. Indian agents, per acts of fifth June. eighteen hundred and fifty, twenty- Eggw eighth September, eighteen hundred and fifty, twenty-seventh February, 1851; cb; 1]: eighteen hundred and fifty-one, third March, eighteen hundred and fifty- 1852, ch- 11- two, third March, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, thirty-first July, eigh· {223* QQ; ig.? teen hundred and fifty-four, third March, eighteen hundred and fifty-f;ive, 1855; en. 204. eighteenth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six. and third March, eigh- Egg: 538- teen hundred and fifty-seven, eighty-six thousand two hundred and fifty ’' dollars. For the pay of the several Indian sub-agents, per act of thirty-first Sub-agents. July, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, ten thousand Eve hundred dollars. 1S“¤“ · I"' For the pay of clerk to superintendent at St. Louis, Missouri, per act 1846, cn. 34. of twenty-seventh June, eighteen hundred and forty-six, one thousand Vo1.ix. p. 20. two hundred dollars. For the pay of clerk to superintendent in California, per act of third 1852, ch- 11- March, eighteen hundred and fifiy—two, two thousand five hundred dollars. V0}- X· P- 2- For the pay of interpreters, per acts of thirtieth June, eighteen hun- 18gfi‘°fif";g‘;`?9 dred and thirty-four, twenty-seventh February, eighteen hundred and 185]: ch: 14, 't gf fifty-one, and eighteenth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, thirty- 1856, ch- 128, § 3· one thousand nine hundred dollars. For presents to Indians, five thousand dollars. Y¤>S°¤*>¤- For provisions for Indians, eleven thousand eight hundred dollars. Provisions. For buildings at agencies, and repairs thereof, ten thousand dollars. Bui1dinK$- For insurance, transportation, and necessary expenses of delivery of T¤‘¤¤$P°1‘t¤ti<>¤1 annuities, goods, and provisions to the Indian tribes in Minnesota, Michi— &°' gun, and Wisconsin, thirty thousand dollars. For contingencies of the Indian department, thirty-six thousand five gO¤t;_ugem,;6s_ hundred dollars. For the employment of temporary clerks by superintendent of Indian Temporary atiairs, on such occasions and for such periods of time as the Secretary of °l°'ksthe Interior may deem necessary to the public service, five thousand dol- Iars. Blac/gfoot Nat¢'on.—For third of ten instalments as annuity, to be ex— 31m5mi Nation, pended in the purchase of such goods, provisions, and other useful articles as the President, at his discretion, may from time to time determine, per Post, p. 659. ninth article of the treaty of seventeenth October, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, twenty thousand dollars. For third of ten instalments as annuity, to be expended in establishing and instructing them' in agricultural and mechanical pursuits, and in educating their children, and promoting civilization and Christianity, at the discretion of the President, per tenth article of the treaty of seventeenth October, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, fifteen thousand dollars. For expenses of tmnsportation and delivery of annuities in goods and provisions, seventeen thousand dollars. Oalapcoias, Molalla, and Cho/camas Indians of Willamette VaZlcy.— I S*l¤P°°i*E}i M0` For fourth of five instalments of annuity for beneficial objects, per second ,;,;*5 mg- tv??,}; article of treaty twenty-second January, eighteen hundred and fifty-Eve, matte Valley. ten thousand dollars. V°1‘X‘ P' 11** VOL. xr. 1’un.——;55