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992 FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 543. 1891. For pay of carpenter, farmer, blacksmith, miller, and engineer, four thousand five hundred dollars; For pay of physician and two teachers, two thousand seven hundred dollars; in all, forty-eight thousand two hundred dollars. ¤¤¤.v¤¤¤¤¤¤¤dA¤P- GHEYENNES AND ARAPAHOES. v¤1,1¤,p.sec. For twenty-fourth of thirty installments, as provided to be ex- ' pended under the tenth·artic e of treaty of October twenty-eight, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, twenty thousand dollars; d lior purchase of clothing, as per same article, twelve thousand 0 ars- Y¤u¤.n¤W- For pay of physician and teacher, as per thirteenth article of same treaty, two thousand dollars; _ For pay of carpenter, farmer, blacksmith, miller, and engineer, as r same article, four thousand five hundred dollars; in all, thirty- . eigld thousand five hundred dollars. Qmhnws. CHICKASAWS. Vc!. ¤.1>-619- For permanent annuity, in goods, three thousand dollars. cnwnnw Nncm. cmcxasnw NATION. B¤¢mbt¤:_rg•‘i¤¤¤¤ ¤f For reimbursement of the general fund of the Chickasaw Nation "'mm for moneys improlperly disbursed from said fund as ascertained by V¤*·1°·P·°’·’¢ the Secretary of the Interior, as required by article four of the treaty with the Chickasaws, dated June twenty-second, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, fifty-six thousand and twenty-<>ne do lars and forty- nine cents, being amount paid to assignee of . M. Gwin, and omitted v¤1.2¤.p.¤n from the appropriation act of Marc second eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, for reconsideration by the Secretary of the Interior:
us gpm Provided, That this shall be a permanent and continuous appro ria-
- »-mnm. tion, not subject to lapse or to be covered into the Treasury; andltaid
sum shall be paid from time to time, under requisition signed by the Chickasaw governor, national secretary, national treasurer, and auditor of public accounts. I£;•¤ of we cmrrmwns or rum Mrssissrrrr. v¤u,p.w4. For forty-fifth of forty-six installments, to be paid to Chief Holein·the-Day, or his heirs, per third article of treaty of August second, VoL16,p.7¤>. eighteen hundred and forty-seven, and fifth artic e of treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, one thousand dollars; For the support of a school or schoo s upon said reservation, dur- Vol.m.n.7¤0- ing the pleasure of the President, in accor ance with third article of treaty o March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, four . thousand dollars; in all, five thousand dollars. ucI=lm:!`$·'Ym¤8¤¤· cmrrmwns, PILLAGERS, AND LAKE WINNEBAGOSHISH BANDS. sbish bands. v¤1.10,p.nns. For thirty-seventh of forty installments of annuity, in money, per third article of treaty of February twenty-second, eighteen hundred v¤1.¤3.p.m. and fiftynve, and third article of treaty of May seventh, eighteen hund and sixty-four, ten thousand six hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-six cents; For thirty-seventh of forty installments of annuity, in goods, per same articles of same treaties, eight thousand dollars; For thirty-seventh of forty installments, for urpose of utility, per same articles of same treaties, four thousand dbllars; in all, twenty- two thousand six hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-six cents.