Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 22.djvu/475

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448 FORTYSEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 61; 1883. cidental expenses of the Indian service, including traveling expenses or agents in New Mexico, and civilization of Indians at Pueblo agency, and pay of employees at said agency, five thousand dollar . Oregon; Incidental expenses of Indian service in Oregon: For general incidental expenses of the Indian service including traveling expenses of agents in Oregon. support and civilization of Indians nt Grand Ronde and Siletz agencies, nfteen thousand dollars, and pay of employees at the same agencies seven thousand dollars; in all twenty two thousand dollars Utah; Incidental expenses of Indian service in Utah: For general incidental - expenses of the Indian service, including traveling expenses of agents, support and civilization of Indians at Uintah Valley and Ouray agencies, • and pay of employees at said agencies ten thousand dollars. _W¤¤hingten Ter- Incidental expenses of Indian service in Washington Territory: For nm'!? general incidental expenses, of the Indian service including traveling expenses of agents at seven agencies, and pay of employees and the support and civilization of Indians at Colville and Nisqunlly agencies fifteen thousand dollars. Wyoming. Incidental expenses of Indian service in Wyoming: For general incidental expenses of the Indian service including traveling expenses, of agents and pay of employees one thousand five hundred dollars. Miscellaneous. MISCELLANEOUS. . main pouee. Pay of Indian police: For the service of not exceeding eight hundred privates, at five dollars per month each, and not exceeding one hundred onieers, at eight dollars per month each, of Indian police, and for the purchase of equipments and rations for policemen of non-ration agencies. to be employed in maintaining order and prohibiting illegal tmihe in liquor on the several Indian reservations seventy thousand dollars, Day and mam- For support of Indian day and industrial schools and for other edufrini ¤•=b¤•>1¤- cational purposes not hereinafter provided for,. four hundred thousand dollars, and no portion of this sum nor of any other sum appropriated by this act for the support of Indian schools shall be paid for service rendered by any scholar taught in said schools during the period of his · tuition except for excess of value of labor, over and above cost of tuition and support, or either, furnished by the government,

 :1;; ml For repairing and constructing school bmldmgs, ten thousand dollars,

Sehoci •t cm For support of Indian industrial school at Carlisle Pennsylvania and mbz P'- for transportation of children to and from said school, sixty seven theusandfive hundred dollars, and said sum shall be disbursed upon the basis of an allowance not exceeding two hundred dollars for the support, education, and transportation of each scholar; for annual al- · lowsmee to Lieutenant B. H. Pratt, in charge of said Indnan industrial gehloiol, one thousand dollars; in all sixty eight thousand five hundred 0 rs. Sehml at Hemp- For support and education of one hundred Indian children at the

  • 011, V¤· school at Hampton Virginia, sixteen thousand seven hundred dollars.

School at Forest For support of Indian industrial school nt Forest Grove, Oregon, Grove, Oregon. thirty thousand dollars; and said sum shall be disbursed upon the basis of un allowance of not exceeding two hundred dollars for the support, education and transportation of each scholar. bwck cattle for For purchase of stock cattle for industrial schools, twenty thousand industrial schools. d011am_ I,,,;,,,,;,;,; ,,,1,,,,; The unexpended balance of the appropriation of twenty five thousand new- Arkansas dollars made by the act “Making appropriations for the current and 0**3*- eimtingent expenses of the Indian Department, and for fultillin g treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes, for the year ending June thirtieth eighteen hundred and eighty three, and for other purposes" approved May seventeenth eighteen hundred and eighty two, for the erection of a school house in the Indian Territory, adjacent to the southern