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238 THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 85. 1861. 1800, eh. 157. and sixty, at three thousand six hundred dollars per annum, three tnou- A""» P· 67* sand six hundred and twenty-nine dollars and sixty-seven cents.. In southern dis- For salary of one superintending agent for the southern district of the

  • ’*°*°*°9*m°’”i'*· Indian service in California from nineteenth September, eighteen hundred

and sixty, when- he entered on his duties, to thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, at three thousand six hundred dollars per annum, per act of nineteenth June, eighteen hundred and sixty, two thousand five hundred and twelve dollars and eight cents. _ _ _ · Salaries of In- For salaries of iiv’e supervisors to the Indian reservations in California di*¤ ¤¤P°“’i¤°¤· to instruct the Indians in husbandry, at eighteen hundred dollars per annum each, for the half year ending thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, per act of nineteenth June, eighteen hundred and sixty, four thousand five hundred dollars. _ _ _ Oflaborers. For compensation to twenty laborers for the five reservations m California, at fifty dollars per month, for the half year ending thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, per act nineteenth June, eighteen hundred and sixty, six thousand dollars. _ _ _ Ot additional For salary for an additional agent for the Indian servicem New Mex- §°“F in Nm ico from twenty-second August, eighteen hundred and sixty, when he executed his official bond, to thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and sixty- 1860,eh.213. ODE, per act of twenty-fifth June, eighteen hundred and sixty, at fifteen ·¢’*»P· U3- hundred dollars per annum, twelve hundred and eighty-mne dollars and ninety cents. _ Ot agnent to For salary for an agent to the Ponca Indians from the twenty-first P°¤°* mus- August, eighteen hundred and sixty, when he executed his official bond, to thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, at fifteen hundred dollars per annum, per act twenty-fifth June, eighteen hundred and sixty, twelve hundred and ninety-six dollars and nineteen cents. _ Ofnzeut to For salary for an agent to the Pawnees, from eighteenth October, eigh- Y¤"¤°°’·‘• teen hundred and sixty, when he executed his official bond, to thirticth June, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, at fifteen hundred dollars per annum, per act of twenty-fifth June, eighteen hundred and sixty, one thonsand and fifty-tive dollars and seventy cents. Ot agent to For salary for an agent to the Yancton Sioux for the fiscal year ending Y*¤°*°¤ Bl°“· the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, per nfteenth article Vol. xi. p. 741. of treaty of nineteenth April, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, one thousand five hundred dollars. Paymenm, For payment for such permanent improvements as may have been Itogue River In- made by claimants to land on the reserve named in the second article of g;';l:‘;;,:’·"‘ treaty of tenth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, with the vn;. pim, lgogue (Itilvef Indians, per second and third articles of said treaty, two thousand dollars. Fo, m,,,,, of For arrears of interest due nrst January, eighteen hundred and sixty- interest. one, on seventy thousand dollars, nve per centum bonds of the State of Indiana, seven thousand dollars. Forex nm of For expenses attending the negotiation of the treaties of nineteenth P° . . treaties with the June, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, with the lower and upper Sioux $*°‘“- Indians, per tenth articles of said treaties, nfteen thousand eight hundred and sixty-tive dollars and seventy-six cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary for the expenses actually incurred. Payments! For payment to the Choctaw nation or tribe of Indians, on account of ,?£°,£°t?0;°S3gg_ their claim under the eleventh and twelfth articles of the treaty with said u,,,¤-my,...;,,;; nation or tribe made the twenty-second of June, eighteen hundred and azz.! wl Ml! fifty-five, the sum of five hundred thousand dollars; two hundred and fifty v01_ XL mb cm, thousand dollars of which sum shall be paid in money; and for the residue, 614. the Secretary of the Treasury shall cause to be issued to the proper authorities of the nation or tribe, on their.requisition, bonds of the United States, authorized by law at the present session of Congress: Provided, That m the future adyustment of the claim of the Choctaws, under the