Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 15.djvu/248

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216 FORTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 248. 1868. Si<>ux<>fD¤k<>t¤s For the buildinv of a saw-mill, storehouse, and for the pa of en iu6H C y g and employees, eight thousand two hundred and forty dollars. Minneconjou Mnneconjou Band. -— For third of twenty instalrnents, to be paid in l;;··§<i:_ 6% such articles as the Secretary of the Intemor may d1rect,es per {Om}, °'X"’ P` ‘ article of treaty of October tenth, mghteeu hundred and sixty-ive, tw thousand dollgtrs. Onk-pah—p¤h Onkjoakyzah Band.—— For third of twenty instalments, being thirty Qggdéiv 739 dollars for each lodge or family, (three hundred lodges,) to be paid in ' `p'such articles as the Secretary of the Intérxor may d11‘ect,as per fourth article of treaty of October twentieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, nine thousand dollars. Ogallala band; Ogatlala Band. — For third of twenty instalments, to be paid in such Vol- ¤¤V· P· 748- articles as the Secretary of the Interwr may direct, as per fourth article of treaty of October twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, ten thousand dollars. Sans Ares Sans Ares Band.-- For third of twenty instalments, being thirty dol-

    • 3;* QV. P. N2, lars to each lodge or family, (two hundred and eighty lodges,)` to he paid

m such artmles as the Secretary of the Interior may direct, ae per fourth article of treaty of October twentieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, eirrht thousand four hundred dollars. ¤For second of five instalments, being twenty-five dollars for each lodge or gnmily loelatedl on landslfor dgricultural Furp<§»ee, (thirty-eight lodgggg 0 e expen e in arrmcu ura imp emen s an improvements per t article treaty of Octdber twenty, eighteen hundred and sixtydive, nine hundred and fifty dollars. Two Kettles Two Kettles Band. -— For third of twenty instalments, to be paid in Qzgdgm 724 such articles as the Secretary of the Interior may direct, as per fourth 'p`article of treaty of October nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, six thousand dollars. For second of five instalments, being twenty-five dollars for each lodge drfmnilyi Ioeatdd onb lands fgiéugriculturfml purposes, (one hténdred and turteen ot ees, to e expen e in zwrxcu tura imp ements an improvements, per fifth article treaty of Oetolher nineteen, eighteen hundred and sixtydive two thousand eiuht hundred and twenty-five dollars. For pay of farmer, in cciifbrmity with sixth article of treaty of October nineteenth eirrhteen hundred and sixty-five one thousand dollars. For the, esoction of a blacksmitlfs shop,7in conformity with sixth urticle of treaty of October nineteenth, eighteen hundred und sixty-five, five hundred dollars. For the support of one blacksmith, and for tools, iron and steel, and other articles for the smith’s shop, in conformity with sixth article treaty 0f' October nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-Eve, one thousand five hundred dollars. For the building of s. saw-mill, storehouse, and for the pay of engineer and employees, eight thousand two hundred dollars. tmlg>g>§;£t'1:nm¤- .(§uper Iganctonfzis Fund. S- or vthiigd of twenty instalments, to bc VOL xiv. P- 744. pm m sue 81E1C es at the thecxetmy 0 the Interior may dneet, as per fourth article of treaty of October twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, ten thousand dollars. Ynnctonais Ymzctonais Band. ——- For third of twenty instalments, being thirty dolb““d· lars For each lodvc or family, (three hundred and fifty lodves,) to be paid VOL xiv` p` 7% in such articles 1; the Secretary of the Interior may direci, as per fourth article treaty of October twentieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, ten thousand five hundred dollars. Ifonseeond of five instalments, being twenty-five dollars for each lodge or family located on lands for agricultural purposes, (one hundred and fifteen lodges,) to be expended in agricultural implements and for improvetnents, per fifth article treaty of October twenty, eighteen hundred and enxty-five, for the fiscal year ending June thirty, eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, two thousand eight hundred and seventydive dollars.