Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 15.djvu/244

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212 FORTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 248. 1868. PHWMBS- For support of two manual-labor schools during the pleasure of the V°l· Xi- P· 7*9- President, per third article treaty September twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, ten thousand dollars. For purchase of iron and steel, and other necessaries for the shops, during the pleasure of the President, per same treaty, five hundred dollars. For pay of two blacksmiths, one of whom to be a gunsmith and tinsmith, per same treaty, twelve hundred dollars. For compensation of two strikers or apprentices in blacksmitlfs shop, per same treaty, four hundred and eighty dollars. For the purchase of farming utensils and stock, during the pleasure of the President, per same treaty, twelve hundred dollars. For pay of farmer, per same treaty, six hundred dollars. For the last of ten instalments for pay of miller, at the discretion of the President, per same treaty, six hundred dollars. For last of ten instalments for pny of an engineer, at the discretion of the President, per same treaty, twelve hundred dollars. For compensation to apprentices to assist in working the mill, per same treaty, five hundred dollars. For keeping in repair the grist and saw mills, per same treaty, three hundred dollars. Ponca;.-For the fifth of ten instalments of the second series, "to Ponces. be paid to them or expended for their benefit," per second article treaty V°l· Xll P· 997- twelfth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, ten thousand dollars. For last of ten inststhnents for the establishment and maintenance of one or more manual-labor schools, under the direction of the President, per second article treaty twelfth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, two thousand dollars. For lust of ten instalments, or during the pleasure of the President, to be expended in furnishing said Indians with such aid and assistance in agricultural and mechanical pursuits, including the working of the mill provided for in the first part of this article, as the Secretary of the Interior may consider advantageous and necessary for them, per second article treaty twelfth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, seven thousand five hundred dollars. For this amount to pay the Ponce tribe of Indians for indemnity for Vol. xiv. p. 676. spoliation committed upon them, fifteen thousand and eighty dollars, in conibrmity with second article treaty of March twelve, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight,, and third article supplementary treaty March ten, eighteen hundred and sixty-five. For this amount to defray the expenses of negotiating a treaty with said Indians, in conformity with fourth article supplementary treaty Merch ten, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, four thousand and ten dollars. Yottawsto. Pctmwatomics. — For permanent annuity in silver, per fourth article mm- treaty third August, seventeen hundred and ninetv-five, one thousand Vol. vll. pi 51. dollars ·’ Vol. vii. p. 114. For permanent annuity in silver, per third article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and nine, five hundred dollars. Vol. vii. p. 185. For permanent annuity in silver, per third article treaty second getober, eighteen hundred and eighteen, two thousand Eve hundred 0 ars. V°l· Vll· P~ 817- For permanent annuity in money, per second article treaty twentieth September, eighteen hundred und twenty-eight, two thousand dollars. V°l- 'll· P- SW- For permanent annuity in specie, per second article treaty twenty- V I _, 879 ninth July, eighteen hundred and twentymine, sixteen thousand dollars. °‘v'P' ‘ For hfe annuity to chief, per third article treaty twentieth October, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two hundred dollars. V°r 'll- P- 432- For life annuity to chiefs, per third article treaty twenty-sixth Septemp,.0vi,0_ ber, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, seven hundred dollars: Provided, Satisfaot0ry evidence shall be shown to the Secretary of the Interior that the chief or chiefs provided for by said articles are still living.