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84 FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 142. 1878. balance, or so much thereof as may be necessary, of the funds appropri- 1577- dl- IOL ated by the act of March third eighteen, hundred and seventy-seven, for 19 S“‘”··289· the Indian service at the Fort Peck agency, Montana, for the tiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, be, and the same hereby is, appropriated, to be expended, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, in the care and support of the Indians at said agency, during the Hscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, in aiding them in agricultural and stock raising pursuits, in the erection of a bridge across Poplar River, and in any other respect to promote their welfare with a view to their civilization. A ri e k a r e e e , Subsistence and civilization of Arickarees,Gros Ventres, and Maudans: g¤>¤V¤¤*¤>¤»M¤¤· For this amount, to be expended in such goods, provisions, and other "“‘°‘ articles as the President may, from time to time, determine, in instructing in agricultural and mechanical pursuits, in providing employees, educating children, procuring medicine and medical attendance, care for and support of the aged, sick, and infirm, for the helpless orphans of said Indians, and in any other respect to promote their civilization, comfort, and improvement, sixty thousand dollars. Apaches. ami, in Collecting and subsisting Apaches and other Indians of Arizona and §’;;Q:°“ md °“’ New Mexico: For this amount, to subsist and properly care for the ‘ Apache and other Indians in Arizona and New Mexico who have been or may be collected on reservations in New Mexico or Arizona, three Provieo. hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That five thousand dollars of the above sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, may he used to pay the expenses of removing the bands of Utes and Apaches now located near Abiqniu and Cimarron, New Mexico, to their respective reservations; the Utes to the reservation of that tribe in Colorado, and the Apaches to the reservation at Fort Stanton in New Mexico. _Reservation In- For subsistence and civilization of the Arapahoes, Cheyennes, d¤°·¤¤· Apaches, Kiowas, Comanches, and Wichitas who have been collected upon the reservations set apart for their use and occupation, two hundred aud forty thousand dollars; Poncas. For subsistence of Poncas, heretofore provided for in appropriations 1877»¤l¤· 101. under “Fuliilling treaties with Sioux of different tribes", thirty-four 19 Sm" 287* thousand dollars. Malbeur reserve- For support and civilization of the Indians collected on the Malheur

  • i¤¤- reservation, Oregon, including pay of employees, fifteen thousand dollars.

Central egeney. For education and civilization of the Indians within the limits of the late Central superintendency, including clothing, {ood, and lodging for the children attending school, twenty thousand dollars. Kansas Indians. For support and civilization of the Kansas Indians including agricultural assistance and pay of employees, ton thousand dollars. Modocs. For support and civilization of the Modoc Indians now residing within the Indian Territory, seven thousand dollars. Fort Grimn That the sum of two thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby, T<>¤k¤W¤¤· appropriated for the benefit of the Tonkawa Indians, now at the military post of Fort Griffin, Texas; that the money herein appropriated shall be expended for the benefit of said Indians by the commanding officer _ at Fort Griilin, under such directions as may be prescribed by the Com- P"°""’°· missioner of Indian Affairs : Prmaidcd, That no part of such fund shall be applied to the removal of said Indians from the vicinity of such mil- PMM- itary post to any Indian reservation: And provided further, That such appropriation shall be applied pro rata to such Lipan Indians as may have heretofore been incorporated into the Tonkawa tribe, and which still reside with such tribe. Gros Vcntres- For subsistence and civilization of the Gros Ventres in Montana, twenty-nve thousand dollars. Jocko Flatheads- Payment to Flatheads removed to Jocko reservation, Montana: For six of ten installments of fifty thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the President, for the Flathead Indians removed from Bitter Root Valley to the J ocko reservation in the Territory of Montana, tive thousand dollars.