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THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 90. 1857. 188 saw countries, and for determining and marking the ninety-eighth degree of west longitude, per ninth and nineteenth articles treaty twenty-second PM PP- 61% °1*· June, eighteen hundred and fifty-Eve, five thousand dollars. For the expenses of surveying the boundaries of Indian reservations, and of surveying, allotting, and detining Indian reserves and halfibreed lands, and for other incidental expenses of carrying into efect the treaties with the Indian tribes in Michigan, and with the Chippewa Indians of the Mississippi and of Lake Superior so far as any of the said treaties provide for the survey or allotment of lands, as set apart reservations for the tribes or bands, in addition to former appropriation, seven thousand dollars. For medals for Indian chiefs, three thousand dollars. For the expenses of collecting and establishing the southern Comanches, Wichitaivs, and certain other bands of Indians on reservations to be located south of the Arkansas River, and west of the ninety-eighth degree of longitude, fifty thousand dollars. For fulfilling treaties with the Sioux of the Mississippi, viz :——For the reappropriation of this amount, Sioux of the being the legitimate balance found due to the Medawa-kan-toan and Mlssiseiwi- Wahpay-koo—tah Sioux, under the treaties of eighteen hundred and V°l· "{" P· 32** thirty, and eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, for moneys heretofore car- v°l' m' P' 521 ried to the surplus fund, to be paid to Said Indians as annuity, or applied as the President may direct, in whole or part, for the civilization and general improvement of said Indians, forty-two thousand eight hundred and forty-one dollars and forty-seven cents. For compensation of three special agents and three interpreters for the Indian tribes of Texas, and for purchase of presents, fifteen thou- Indism service sand dollars. i¤ T€X¤¤- For the expenses of colonizing, supporting and furnishing agricultural implements, and stock for the Indians in Texas, seventy-one thousand seven hundred and seven dollars and fifty cents. For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in California, California. including traveling expenses of the superintendent, agents, and subagents, seventeen thousand dollars. For defraying the expenses of the removal and subsistence of Indians of California to the reservation in that State, and for pay of physicians, smiths, mechanics, and laborers at the reservations, one hundred and sixty- two thousand dollars: Provided, That an amount not exceeding ten thousand dollars therefrom may be expended for the relief of the temporary wants of Indians outside of said reservations. For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in the Ter- Utah_ ritory of Utah, ten thousand dollars: Provided, That the amount appropriated by the act of thirty-first July, one thousand eight hundred and tifiy-four, for negotiating treaties with Indian tribes in said territory, may ,854 0h_ 1W_ be expended for the general incidental expenses of the Indian service V01_;,_p_ S80_ therein. For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Oregon Oregon. Territory, including insurance, and transportation of annuities, goods, and presents, and office and traveling expenses of the superintendent, agents, and sub-agents, thirty-nine thousand five hundred dollars. For adjusting diiiiculties and preventing outbreaks among the Indians in the Territory of Oregon, ten thousand dollars. For defraying the expenses of the removal and subsistence of Indians in Oregon Territory to the reservations therein, aiding them in procuring their own subsistence, purchase of provisions and presents, compensation of laborers and other employees, fifty thousand dollars. For restoring and maintaining peace with Indian tribes in Oregon Territory, or so much thereof as may be necessary {br expenditure during the year ending thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and nfty-seven, two hundred and sixty-four thousand dollars.