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58 TI-IIRTY-·SIXTI·I CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 157. 1860. Sound, the value of which shall be ascertained under the direction of the said Secretary, nine thousand dollars. _ MUN *`<>¤‘ Ul- For completing the building of the grist and saw mills at Leech Lake,

€$;g_&°" 0h1P' for the Pillager and Lake Winnebagoshish bands of Chippewas, provided

Vol. x. p. 1165. for under the third article of the treaty with the Chippewa Indians of the twenty-second February, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, two thousand five hundred dollars. For a of an en ineer for one year, six hundred dollars. tovrgggdgwwu 0* h Ftpxghg purohastioi selven hunldrgd mgd xii;-ety-four szventy-Ev? ppg mam un r t s acres o an , owne y e isstonary iocxey o e gm Methodist Episcopal Church, at Iriquois Point, Michigan, for certain bands of Ottowas and Chippewas, at the usual government price, nine Pa ment to hundred and ninety-three dollars and forty-four cents. S,,,,,,};,,,,,. For the payment to Spunk or Bull Frog, alias JosephAenson, the Jo=eph__He¤s¤n. amount of four hundred dollars, for his valuation of an improvement V°l‘v“'P‘°78‘ under the Cherokee treaty of eighteen hundred and thirty-five, in pur- 1855, eh. 175, suance of the provision of the twenty-fourth section of the act of March igiii 73 three, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, making appropriations for the civil o ° x` p` 6 ° and diplomatic expenses of the government, four hundred dollars. _ indian service For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in the Terri- ·"’ U°°h‘ tory of Utah, presents of goods, agricultural implements, and other useful articles, including the travelling expenses of the superintendent, agents, clerk hire, and so forth, forty-five thousand dollars. For surveying and mapping four farms and reservations, one thousand two hundred dollars. in Qi-egos and For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Oregon w"h‘"g°°"' and lVashington, including insurance and transportation of annuities, goods, and presents, where no special provision is made by treaties, and office and travelling expenses of the superintendent, agents, and subagentipfpr ghe ygar en¢§n1gl;hirtieth June, eighteen hundred and sixty- one, 1r y- vet ousen dollars. surveys of re- For surveys of reservations for the Nez Percés, Flathead and Yaka- S?“’”·**°“° °f mas Indians, and the Indians west of the Cascade Mountains, fifteen thouez Percés, &o. sand dollars. Transportation For insurance, transportation, and the necessary expenses of delivery of g°kg,Q€,,m‘tE:_ annuities, goods, and provisions to Yakamas, Flatheads, and Nez Perces, ’ for the years ending thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and sixty, and thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, forty-two thousand dollars. For the first of five instalments due and payable to the Yakamas Pgaknnagz- nation, for the year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and ° ’ P'gzctyé per fourgh articge of treaty of ninth of June, eighteen hundred and ty- ve, tenthousand dollars. For the iirst of five instalments due and payable to the Nez Perces, §‘i,:;1;)°"gg§ Indians, for the year ending the tbirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and ’' sixty, per fourth article of treaty of eleventh June, eighteen hundred and fifty-Eve, ten thousand dollars.

{Quia? ot For the pay of each of the head chiefs of the Flathead, Kootenay,

PM, P_9:,;_ ’ and Upper Pend dOre1lles tribes, for the year ending the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and sixty, per fifth article of treaty of sixteenth July, eighteen hmidreld and fifty-five, one thousand dollars. `or tie pay o eac of the head chiefs of the Flathead, Kootenay, and 'Upper Pend d’Oreilles tribes, for the year ending the thirtieth June eighteen hundred and sixt -one, er fifth article of treat of sixteenth July, eighteen hundred andyfifty-fiiie, one thousand dollars.}, Pay for dam- For loss and destruction of property of citizens of Minnesota and

 all spilt Iowa, at Spirit Lake, in the year eighteen hundred and rift -seven b Ink·

. , y nk—p¤.·- , . . ° , y ’ y _,u_mh»S umd_ pa-du-tahs hand of Sioux Indians, accruing under the provisions of the ,834, eh_ m1_ act of Congress approved thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and thirty- Vo1.iv.p.72o. four, sixteen thousand six hundred and seventy-nine dollars and ninety