THIRTY—FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. I; Ch. 91. 1850. 545 For the pay of sub-agents authorized by the act df June thirtieth, Sub-agents. eighteen hundred and thirty-four, twelve thousand seven hundred and 183% °h· 162 fift dollars. for the pay of interpreters authorized by the same act, thirteen Interpreters. thousand dollars. For the pay of clerk to the superintendent at St. Louis, authorized Clerk at St by the act of June twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and forty-six, one I·¤¤i¤- thousand two hundred dollars. _ 1846* °h‘ 3* For pay of clerk to acting superintendent of the western territory, Clerk for west by the same act, one thousand dollars. ern territory. For buildings at agencies, and repairs thereof, lifteeu hundred dol- Agency buildlars. i¤S¤· For the erection and repairs of buildings for the Choctaw agency, Choctaw five thousand dollars. agency. For- the erection of buildings for the Creek Indian agency, four Creek agency. thousand five hundred dollars. For the erection of buildings for the Cherokee Indian agency, (to Cherokee be located according to treaty stipulations,) four thousand five hundred °K°¤°¥· dollars. _ For the erection of an agency house for the use of the sub·agent for Osage agency. the Osage tribe of Indians, eight hundred dollars. For presents to Indians, five thousand dollars. Presents- For contingencies of the Indian department, thirty-six thousand five Contingencies hundred dollars. °£ d°P"l'm°m‘ To the Clzristian Indians.—For permanent annuity, stipulated in _Christian Inthe acts of May twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and twenty~four, and d"i§:;mmen,au_ May twentieth, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, four hundred dollars. nuitgh To the Chqapewas of Saginaw. — For permanent annuity, stipulated 18 . ch- 174- in the fourth article of the treaty of third August, seventeen hundred and ninety-five, one thousand dollars. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of seventeenth of November, eighteen hundred and seven, eight hundred dollars. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-fourth September, eighteen hundred and nineteen, one thousand dollars. For support of blacksmiths, and for farming utensils and cattle, and _ Blacksmith? the employment of persons to aid them in agriculture, stipulated in the ‘m!2:h‘;;$> zag seventh article of the treaty of fourteenth January, eighteen hundred 3i5g_ aad thirty-seven, two thousand dollars. For education during the pleasure of Congress, stipulated in the Education. sixth articlerof the treaty of fifth August, eighteen hundred and twenty- six, one thousand dollars. To the Chqzpcwas, llhnomunies, Winnebagoes, and New York In- Chippewa:, dians.—For education during the pleasure of Congress, stipulated in & · the fifth article of the treaty of eleventh August, eighteen hundred and N, Y_ 1,,55,,,,;,, twenty-seven, one thousand five hundred dollars. Ed¤°¤*i°¤· To the Chqnpewas of Lake Superior and DHssissu¤pi.—For payment Chippewa? of in money, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twenty-ninth §;kQ S\¤P€¤°¤ & gulp', eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, nine thousand five hundred §:;?§.°}“' o am. For payment in goods, stipulated in the second article of the treaty Goode. of twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, nineteen thousand dollars. For establishing three smith’s shops, supporting three smiths, and _ Shops, smiths, furnishing iron and steel, stipulated in the second article of the treaty “°“ md ""°1· of twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, three thousand d0lliiT$· Farmers and For Support of farmers, purchase of implements, grain, or seed, and agriculture Von. IX. Pun. — 69
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