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FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. 11. on. 543. 1891. . 999 sum of one thousand five hundred dollars of this amount shall be used for the pay of a plhysician and for purchase of medicine; in all, rnyuaaaew. fifty-one thousand dollars. sA0s AND roxms or THE MISSOURI. sw, md pom of theliinouri. For interest on one hundred and fifty-seven thousand four hundred imma. dollars, at live per centum under the direction of the President, per second art1cle of treaty of October twenty-nrst, eighteen hundred V0L7.P·541· and thirty-seven, seven thousand eight hundred and seventy dollars: Provided, That in making payments under this appropriation Pmmo. no one shall be recognized as a member of the tribe whose name was rum memtmmp. not umn the roll January first, eighteen hundred and ninety, but this s ll not be held to imlpair or otherwise aifect the rights or equities of any person whose c im to membership in said tribe is now pending an being investigated. » _ For support of a school, per nfth article of treatly of March sixth, ¤¢=¤¤¤L eighteen undred and sixty-one, two hundred dollars; in all, eight V¤L1¤.v-lm thousand and seventy dollars. SEMINOLES. ssmmou For five pgr centum interest on two hundred and fifty thousand 1¤¤¤r¤¤¢- dollars, to paid as annuity, (per eighth article of treaty of August V6!-11,p.7¢¤. seventh eighteen hundred an fifty-six, twelve thousand five hundred dollars; For five per centum interest on two hundred and fiftyltbhousand dollars, tobepaidas annuity (they having joined their bret n west), per e' hth article of treaty of August seventh, eighteen hundred and figty-six, twelve thousand five undred dollars; For interest on fifty thousand dollars, at the rate of five per centum per annum, to be pmd annuallly, for the support of schools, as per ¤¢¤<><>¤ third article of treaty of Marc twenty-first, eighteen hundred and V¤¤-rtx>-M sixty-six, two thousand five hundred dollars; For interest on twentycthousand dollars, at the rate of nve per oentum per annum, to paid annually, for the support of the Seminole government, as per same article of same treaiéy, one thou- G,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,_ sand dollars; in all, twenty-eight thousand five hundre dollars. VM-14. v-757- B1¤Nl¤CAS. Seneca. For grmanent annuity, in specie, per fourth article of treaty of roman: umn;. Septem r twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and seventeen, five hun- V°‘·’·’·““· dred dollars; For ennanent annuity, in specie,dper fourth article of treaty of V0L7.p.179. geptemlber seventeenth, eighteen hun red and eighteen, five hun red 0 ars. For permanent annuity, for blacksmith and miller, per fourth nucnmuam. article of treaty of February twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and Vol.7,p.849. thirty-one, to be annual? paid to them as a national fund, to be expended by them for suc articles and wants and improvements in agriculture as their chiefs (with the consent of their agent) may designate, as stipulated in the seventh article of the treaty of Feb- V<>L15.p.515. ruary twenty-third, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, one thousand six hundred and sixty dollars. For permanent annuity, in specie, per fourth article of treat of v¤u,p.m. September seventeenth, eighteen hundred and eighteen, and fifth Vol.15.p.515. - article of treaty of February twenty-third, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, five hundred dollars. For blacksmith and assistant, shops and tools, iron and steel per fourth article of treaty of July twentieth, eighteen hundred and v01.v.p.s.1s.