Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 18 Part 3.djvu/179

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FORTYT-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ou. 389. 1874. 14S_} LRIOKAREES, Gnos VENTRES, Am; mupws VA¤Lick¤r<;:i {Los For this amount, to be expended in such goods, provisions, mid other d¤¤¤-ms, articles as the President may, from time to time, 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 topromote their civilization, comfort, and improvement, (includ mg pay oi one physician, one thousand five hundred dollars; one farmer, one carpenter, one engineer, end one blacksmith, at nine hundred dollars each; also, one teamster and one herder, at seven hundred dollars each per annum,) eighty-five thousand dollars. APAGHES. Apaches. For this amount, to subsist and properly care for the Apache Indians in Arizonn,a11d New Mexico who have been or may be collected on reservations in New Mexico and Arizona, namely, for tbosein Arizona, three hundred und seventy-five thousand dollars · undfor those inNew Mexico, one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars, nre hundred thousand . dollars: Provided, That; this appropriation shall be expended only in Who to hsrve the behalf of those Indians who go and remain upon said reservations and b°¤°ll* 9f ***1* °· P * refrain from hostilities. _ P'°P"““°“· ABAPAHOES, CHEYENNES, APAOHES, Kxowns, commcuns, AND uhrnpuhoes, Cbey· ‘"°“‘“S· $*1322 A83§}‘f§n.‘§L` For subsistence of the Arapahoe, Cheyenne, Apache, Kiowa, Comen- we wiemm. ' che, and Wichita. Indians, (and transportation of the same,) who have been collected upon the reservations set apart for their use and occupation, in·the Indian Territory, three hundred thousand dollars: Provided, , That this appropriation shall be expended only on behalf of those In- WM *0 *¤•£V° ~h° dians who go and remain upon said reservations and refrain from hostil- ;fff°g;{ff,f°'“_ ° P ' ities :` Andprovidedfurtlzcr, That no troops shall be kept stationed on Ng tml}, e, bg ‘ the reservation on which said Indians are located, but the northern line kept stationed on of Texas shall be guarded, so for as possible so as to prevent the In- ¥°¤1§"m*¤°¤· 1, f diaus iron; roaming into that State or the whitesfrom intruding on the Tax'; tff,‘;g,;’fd_f,_ Indian reservations, except such troops as may be necessary to preserve 0 er. ASSINABOINES, Assiuuboines. _For this amount, to be expended in such goods, provisions, and other articles us the President may, from time to time, determine, including transportation thereof, in instructing in agricultural and mechanical pursuits in providing employees,educntlng c ildren, procuring medicine . and medical attendance, care for and support of the aged, sick, and inilrm, for the helpless orphans of said Indians, and in any other respect to promote their com fort, civilization, and improvement, (including pay of one detective, nine hundred dollars; one cook, four hundred und eighty dollars; and two laborers, at six hundreddollars each,) thirty ` thousand dollars. BLAGKFEET, BLOODS, AND PIEGANS. Bluckfcet,B10ods, and Pxegnns. For this amount, to be expended in such goods, provisions, and other articles as the President may, from time to time, determine, including transportation thereof, in instructing in agricultural and mechanical pursuits, in proyiding employees, educating children, procuring medicine and medical attendance, care for and support of the aged, sick, and iniirm, for the helpless orphans of said Indians, and in every_other respect topromote their civilization, comfort, and improvement, (including pay of one blacksmith, one farmer, one carpenter, one teacher, and one detective, at nine hundred dollars each per annum; and one assistant teacher, at six hundred dollars per annum,) fifty thousand dollars.