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1].4 FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. 011. 81, 83, 84, 85. 1880. of the States on application of the legislature thereof or of the executive when the legislature cannot be convened Approved, May 4, 1880. · May 7, 1880. CHAP. 83.-An uct; eppropriating money to provide for the public printing. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of 1Cepo~esentat#i·ves of the United D<>ii<>i9¤<>y nv- States of America. in Omzgress assembled, That the sum of two_ hundred l"`°l“`*#*‘°“·. ,0. r and nity tl1o11su.11d dollu-rs be, mul the same is hereby appr0pr1a.ted,_ out Pub ‘° Pm mb' of any money in the Treasury not otherwlse zmpproprmted, to oontmue the public printing, the public binding, end for paper for public grintin g, including the cost of printing the debates and proceedmgs of ongress in the Congressional Record and for the departments and for lithographing, und engraving being at deficiency for the present Esoall year. Approved, May 7, 1880. May 8, 1880. CHAP. 84.—An not to zgghgggio :1:; zugaocg £0rt6L;§:n,0£dontma Temtory, and to Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United M usesol S11 ell States of America in (iongress assembled, That the Secretary of War be Ri" ¤1‘—<>¤*·=~W9l}· end he is hereby authorized and empowered to establish al new military

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£,;""' “""' post. at or near the Mussel Shell River in the Territory of Montana, as

3 Phe may deem best for the protection of the frontier from Indian incur- Proviao. sions: Provide:], The total cost of the same shall not exceed the sum of Limit °f mst- fifty thousand dollars. S nm of Fort Sec. 2. The Secretary of War is hereby authorized and directed, after L¤l<¤¤» M<>¤**}¤¤· due notice, to sell ut public auction or otherwise dispose of in parcels or P"°“°°‘l“ "' “”ll°‘ otherwise, ns he many deem most advantageous to the government, the site, reservation and buildings of Fort Logan, Montana Territory, end rc-invest the proceeds of such sale in the erection of the post authorized Proviuo. by the hrst section of this act: Provided, That such portion of said buildings, or of the materials thereof, as can be proiitably removed to said new post, may be reserved from sale and so removed. Approved, May 8, 1880. Mgy 11, 1880, CHAP. 85.--An act making appropriations for the current and contingent ex enses -———-·-—···—-~----—·———- o1' the Indian Department, and {br fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Fudiam t)1$he:,pt;e;;l:;(l:;;;év¢ez1r ending J uno thirtieth, oightoeu hundred and oighty-one, and for I' . Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United ludiun upproprb States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums he, and ”·¤°¤¤· thoy nre hereby, alppropriadcecl, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the purpose of paying the current and contingent expenses of the Indian Department, and fulfilling treaty stipulaltions with the various Indian tribes, name y: A8¤¤*¤- For pay ofsixty-eight.age11ts of Indian aliiuirs at the following-named agencies, at the rates respectively indicated, namely: At the Warm Springs agency, at one thousand dollars. At the Klmnnth agency, ut one thousand one hundred dollars; At the Grand Ronde agency, at one thousand dollars; At the Siletz ngcncy, nt one thousand two hundred dollars; A1; the Umatilla agency, at one thousand two hundred dollars; At the Mulheur agency, ut one thousand dollars; At the Neath Bay agency, at one thousand one hundred dollars; At the Yekume agency, nt two thousand dollars ; At the Colville agency, nt one tlnonsund five hundred dollars, At the Nisqually agency, at one thousand two hundred dollars;