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FORTY—SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 233. 1872. 179 July twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, one thousand one Pcttawatomies. hundred and seventy-nine dollars and seventy-four cents. For permanent provision for fifty barrels of salt, per second article treaty of July twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, one hundred and eighty-three dollars and three cents. For interest on two hundred and sixty-eight thousand nine hundred and ninety-eight dollars and seventeen cents, at five per centum, in conformity with provisions of article seven of treaties of June fifth and seventeenth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, thirteen thousand four hundred and forty-nine dollars and ninety cents. For this amount to enable the Secretary of the Interior to carry out the provisions of the third article of the treaty with Pcttawattomie v01, X;;, p, 1mg_ Indians of November fifteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, as modified by the treaty of March twenty-nine, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, Vol. xiv. p. 7c;;, by paying to those members of the tribe who are entitled thereto under $69 P05h P- 452- said treaty provisions a pro-rata share of their tribal funds, fifty-four thousand ninety-nine dollars and thirteen cents. For this amount to enable the Secretary of the Interior to carry out the provisions of the fourth article of the treaty with Pottawatomies of November fifteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, as modified by the treaty of March twenty-nine, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, by paying to those members of the tribe who are entitled to allotments of eighty acres of land each, the cash value of the same, estimated at one dollar per acre, the said amount to be reimbursed from the proceeds of the sales of the Pottawatomie lands, seven thousand two hundred dollars; making in all sixty-one thousand two hundred and ninety-nine dollars and thirteen cents. Pvttawutomies of Huron. —— For permanent annuity, in money or other- Pottawatomies wise, per second article treaty of November seventeenth, eighteen hundred 105_ and seven, four hundred dollars. Qz¢apaws.—l<`or education, during the pleasure of the President, one Qtmpqws. thousand dollars. V¤*· V·>~1>-4% For blacksmith and assistants, and tools, iron, and steel for blacksmith’s shop, one thousand sixty dollars. For one farmer, during the pleasure of the President, six hundred dollars. Qui-nai-alt and Quie—le}z—ute Indians.-For third of five instalments Qninai-extend on twenty-five thousand dollars (being the first series), for beneficial ob- g¤;;l¤h·¤*¤ 1*** jects, under the direction of the President, per fourth article treaty of yli,]_,m_p_972_ July first, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, one thousand dollars. For thirteenth of twenty instalments, for the support of an agricultural and industrial school, and for pay of suitable instructions, per tenth article treaty of July first, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, two thousand ive hundred dollars. For thirteenth of twenty instalments, for support of smith and carpenter shop, and to provide the necessary tools therefor, per tenth article treaty of July first, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred dollars. For thirtccnth of twenty instalments, for the employment of a blacksmith, carpenter, and farmer, and a physician, who shall furnish medicines for the sick, per tenth article treaty of July first, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, four thousand one hundred dollars. River Crows. — For this amount, to be expended for such goods, pro- River Crows. visions, and other articles, as the President from time to time may determine, including transportation thereof, in instructing in agricultural and mechanical pursuits, in providing employees, educating children, procuring medicine and medical attendance, care for and support of the aged, sick, and infirm, for the helpless orphans of said Indians, and in any other respect to promote their civilization, comfort, and improvement, thirty thousand dollars.