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176 ronrrr-rounrn oonennss. sees. 1. cn. 289. ism. Aug. 15, lc57(§. CHAP. 289.-An act making aptpropriations for the current and contingent expenses _"—;·;-· of the Indian Department, and or uliilling treaty-stipulations with various Indian - POS, p_271_ tribes, for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, and ’ for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate. and House of Representatives of the United A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and for Indian service. they are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the purpose of paying the current and contingent expenses of the Indian Department, and fulfilling treaty-stipulations with the various Indian tribes, namely: Superintendent. For pay of one superintendent of Indian aiiairs for the Central superintendency, two thousand dollars. ‘ Agents_ For pay of sixty-eight agents of Indian affairs, at one thousand uva hundred dollars each, except the one at Iowa, at five hundred dollars, uamel : Six {br the tribes in Oregon, namely, Warm Springs, Klamath, Grand Ronde, Siletz, Umatilla, and Malheur agencies; Five for the tribes in Washington Territory, namely, Neah Bay, Yakama, Colville, Nisqually, and S’Kokomish agencies; Three for the tribes in California, namely, Hoopa Valley, Round Valley, and Tule River agencies; Two for the tribes in Nevada, namely, Pi·Uto and Walker River and Pyramid Lake agencies ; V ` Three for the tribes in Idaho, namely, Nez Perce, .Lemhi, and Fort Hall agencies; Four for the tribes in Montana, namely, Flathead, Blackfoot, Crow, and Fort Peck agencies; Eleven lor the tribes in Dakota, namely, Red Cloud, Spotted-Tail, Yankton, Ponca, Crow Creek, Grand River, Cheyenne River, Fort Berthold, Sisscton, Devil’s Lake, and Lower Brule agencies; One for the tribes in Wyoming, namely, Shoshone agency ; One for the tribes in Utah, namely, Uintah Valley agency; Five for the tribes in New Mexico, namely, Pueblo, Abiquiu, Navajo, ` Mescalero, Apache, and Southern Apache agencies; Three for the tribes in Colorado, namely, Los Pinos, White River, and Southern Ute agencies; Six for the tribes in Nebraska, namely. Great N emaha, Omaha, Winnebago, Pawnee, Ottoe, and Santee agencies; " One for the tribes in Kansas; Seven for the tribes in the Indian Territory, namely, Sac and Fox, Quapaw, Osage, Kiowa and Comanche, Cheyenne and Arapaho, and Wichita agencies; and one for the Cherokees, Creeks, Choctaws and Chickasaws, and Seminoles; _ One for the tribes in Minnesota, namely, at the White Earth agency; One for the tribes in Iowa, namely, at the Sac and Fox of Iowa agency, Prcviso. six hundred dollars : Provided, That no salary shall be paid to the agent unless he lives near enough to the agency to teach and care for the tribe every day · and no incidental expenses in excess of one hundred dollars shall be allowed for this agency; ' Two for the tribes in Wisconsin, namely, at the Green Bay and La Pointe agencies _; One for the tribes in Michigan, namely, at the Mackinac agency; One for the New York Indians, namely, at the New York agency ;, Four for the tribes in Arizona, namely, Colorado River, Pima and Maricopa, San Carlos, and Moquis Pueblo agencies; in all, one hundred and one thousand and one hundred dollars; SIMM] ¤»2<>¤¤¤- For pay of four special agents, namely, one for the Chippewas atBcd Lake; one for the Pillagers at Leach Lake, Minnesota; and two for the tribes in Washington Territory,,namely, Tulalip and Quinaielt, at one thousand five hundred dollars each, six thousand dollars. Special agent, For pay of special agent for Eastern Cherokee and other Indians in N Myth Cwliue. North Carolina up to September iirst next after which the office of said "'b°1‘“1‘°d· agent is abolished two hundred and nfty dollars.