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FORTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 320. 1887. 453 For permanent annuity, in money, per second article of treaty of June Vol 7, p- 69- sixteenth, eighteen hundred and two, and fifth article of treaty of August v°l· “» P- 7°°· seventh, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, three thousand dollars ; For permanent annuity, in money, per fourth article of treaty of Jan- Vol- 7, p- 287- uary twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, and fifth article V°*· uv P- 7°0· of treaty of August seventh, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, twenty thousand dollars; . For permanent annuity, for ·blacksmith and assistant, and for shop and tools, per eighth article of treaty of January twenty-fourth, eightteen hundred and twenty-six, and fifth article of treaty of August seventh. eighteen hundred and fifty-six, eight hundred and torty dollars ; For permanent annuity, for iron and steel for shop, per same articles and treaties, two hundred and seventy dollars; For permanent annuity, for the pay of a wheelwright, per same articles of same treaties, six hundred dollars; _ For live per centum interest on two hundred thousand dollars, for pur- Interest. poses of education, per sixth article of treaty of August seventh, eight- vol. 11, p. 701. een hundred and fifty-six, ten thousand dollars; . For interest on six hundred and seventy-five thousand one hundred and sixty-eight dollars, at the rate of live per centnm per annum, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, under Vol. 14, p. 787. provisions of third article of treaty of June fourteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, thirty-three thousand seven hundred and fifty-eight · dollars and forty cents; in all, sixty-nine thousand nine hundred and sixty-eight dollars and forty cents. CBOWS. Crows. ` For sixth of twenty-tive installments, as provided in agreement with Vol. 22, p. 431. the Crows dated June twelfth, eighteen hundred and eighty, to beused by the Secretary of the Interior in such manner as the President may — direct, thirty thousand dollars ; For nineteenth of thirty installments, to supply male persons, six hundred in number, over fourteen years of age, with a suit of good substantial woolen clothing, consisting of n coat, hat, pantaloous, flannel V I 15 651 shirt, and woolen socks, as per ninth article of treaty of May seventh, °’ P' ‘ eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, six thousand dollars; For nineteenth of thirty installments, to supply each female, seven hundred in number, over twelve years of age, with a flannel skirt, or the goods necessary to make the same, apair of woolen hose, twelve yards of calico, and twelve yards of cotton domestic, as per same article, four thousand dollars; For nineteenth of thirty installments, to supply three hundred and fifty boys and three hundred and fifty girls, under the ages named, such ilannel and cotton goods as may be needed to make each a suit as aforesaid, together with a pair ofwoolen hose for each, per same article, five thousand dollars; For pay of a physician, per tenth article of same treaty, one thou- Vol. 15, p. 652. sand two hundred dollars; For eighteenth of twenty installments, for pay of teacher and fur- Vol. 15, p. 051. nishing necessary books and stationery, under seventh article of same treaty, one thousand five hundred dollars; For pay of carpenter, miller, engineer, farmcr,and blacksmith, under V¤r 15. n- 652- tenth article of same treaty, three thousand three hundred dollars; For pay of second blacksmith, and iron and steel, as per eighth article Vol- 15. r- 651- of same treaty, one thousand nve hundred dollars; For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to furnish such articles of food as from time to time the condition and necessities of the Indians may require, sixty thousand dollars; in all, one hundred and twelve thousand five hundred dollars. g