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594 TREATY WVITH THE CHEYENNE INDIANS. OCTOBER 28, 1867 Rule? {0* as- advising with the Commissioner of Indian Affhirs, shall prescribe such ggggming dam- rules and regulations for ascertaining damages, under the provisions of this article. as in his judgment; may be proper. But no such damages shall be adjusted and paid until thoroughly examined and passed upon by the Commissioner of Indian Afl"airs and the Secretary of the Interior; and no one sustaining less, while violating, or because of his violating, the provisions of this treaty or the laws of the United States, shall be reimbursed therefor. Reservation. ART1CI.IG II. The United States agrees that the following district of country, to wit: commencing at the point where the Arkansas river crosses the 37th parallel of north latitude, thence west, on said parallel —- Boundaries. the said line being the southern boundary of the State of Kansas ——t0 the Cimarone river (sometimes called the Red Fork of the Arkansas river), thence down said Cimarone river, in the middle of the main channel tliereofi to the Arkansas river ; thence up the Arkansas river, in the middle of the main channel thereof, to the place of beginning, shall be and the same is hereby set apart for the absolute and undisunrbed use and occupation of the Indians herein named, and for such other friendly tribes or individual Indians, as from time to time they may be willing, with the consent of the United States, to admit among them; and the United \Vhon<>ttoi·c— Suites now solemnly agrees that no persons except those herein author- Sl‘l“‘h·""°°"» &°· ized so to do, and except such officers, agents, and employés of the Gov- . ernment as may be authorized to enter upon Indian reservations in discharge of duties enjoined by law, shall ever be permitted to pass over, settle upon, or reside in the t<=rrit01‘y described in this article, or in such territory as may be added to this reservation fer the use of said Indians. R<·=crvatiqn to Au·r1cLE III. If it should appear from actual survey or other examg°c°"l""g°d "· inution of said truet of land, that it contains less than one hundred and i sixty zteres of tillnble land ter cavh person, who at the time may be authorized te reside on it, under the provisions of this treaty, and 2t very considerable number of such persons shall be disposed to commence cultivating thesoil ns i1u·mei·s,the United States agrees to set apart for the use of said Indinns as herein provided, such additional quantity of arable land adjoining to said reservation, or zu near the same as it can be obtained, as muy be required to provide the necessary amount. Buildings tobc A1vrre1.m 1V. The United Statics agrees at its own proper expense t0 °°"“"“‘°‘°‘*· construct nt some place near the centre of said reservation, where timber and waiter nmy be convenient, the following buildings, to wit: :1 warehouse or »tore-room for the use of the ngent in storing goods belonging to the lndinns, to cost not exceeding fifteen hundred dollars; an agency building for the residence of the agent, to cost not exceeding three thousand dollnrs; a residence for the physician, to cost not more than three thousand dollars; and five Other buildings, for zi carpenter, {3.I`H1CI', blzurlmnilli, miller, nnd engineer, each to cost not exceeding two thousand dollars; also at seh0ol—h0use or mission building, so soon ns zi sufficient nuinber ol' ehildren can be induced by the agent to attend school, which shall not cost exceeding five thousand dollars. The United States agrees, furtlier, to cause to be erected on said reservation, umn- the other buildings herein nutliorized, u good stennn eireuletr saw inill, with u grid mill and shingle machine zutnelied; the same te cost not exceeding eight thousand dollars. m;\£:;];*g$¤ll;<j _A1<;r1cL1c_V. The United Qétntes agrees that the ngents for snid In- Km when <linn>s in the future shall make lus home nt the ngeney building; that lie shall reside nvnong them, and keep an olliee open nt all limes lin- the pnz·pn<e of proinpt. und diligent inquiry inte siielijnaitters ofeoinpl:1int by and ugninst the lnditum as may be presented {br inve>tigntion, under the pi·ovi~ions His dutiea. of their treaty slipulntiens, us z1l>0 {br the fiailliful diselmiyge of oth:-r duties enjoined on hini by law. ln all ezues of depredzuien on person or prop erty, he shull enu<e the evidence to be taken in writing and forwarded,