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132 FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 85. 1880. M- L- Britwm- To M. L. Brittam, of Cherokee County, North Carohna, two hundred and thirty-two dollars. _ Soro0pEn1oe. To Seroop Enloe, Jackson County, North Carolina, one hundred and twentyfive dollars and thirty-five cents; total, seven hundred and forty- Pmmo. four dollars and thirty-eight cents: Provided, That the amounts due as above set forth be charged to the fund held in trust by the Secretary of the Interior for the North Carolina. Cherokees; and the proper accounting officer of the Treasury is hereby directed to pay the sa1d sums to the above-named persons. INTEREST ON TRUST-FUND STOCKS. ‘ I¤’¤°¤`°¤*°¤ *¤*¤*· Sec. 2. Payment of interest on certain abstracted and non-paying f“}‘&S:°k“‘ Sta-testocks, belonging to the various Indian tribes and held trust ' by the Secretary of the Interior, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, namely: For trust-fund interest due Cherokee national fund, twenty-six thousand and sixty dollars; For trustfund interest due Cherokee school fund, two thousand four hundred and ten dollars; For trust-fnmd interest due Chickasaw national fund, nineteen thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars; For trust-fund interest due Choctaw general fund, twenty-seven thousand dollars · For trust-fund interest due Creek orphans, four thousand and forty- eight dollars; For trust-fund interest due Delaware general-fund, eight thousand nine hundred and thirty dollars; For trust-fund interest due Iowas, three thousand five hundred and twenty dollars ; For trust-fund interest due Kaskaskias, Peorias, Weas, and Piankeshaws, four thousand eight hundred and one dollars; For trust-fund interest due Kaskaskia, Wea, Peoria, and Piankeshaw scho0rfund,one thousand four hundred and forty-nine dollars; For trust-fund interest due Menomonees, nine hundred and fifty dollars · For trust-fund interest due Ottawas and Chippewas, two hundred and tlhigty dollars; in all, ninety-nine thousand two hundred and eighteen 0 ars. - P¤r¤b¤¤¤ Of wp- Smo. 3. N o purchase of supplies for which appropriations are herein ° Ph°“· made exceeding in the aggregate five hundred dollars in value at any . one time shall be made without first giving at least three weeks’ public notice by advertisement, except in cases of exigeney, when, in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, who shall make official record of the facts constituting the contingency, he may direct that purchases may be made in open market in amount not exceeding three thousand o ars. FM ¤“PPl}°¤ Md Sec. 4. That so much of the appropriations herein made as ma be

Bq; required to pay for goods and supplies, and for transportation ofythe

available. same, for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty- one, shall be immediately available; but no such goods or supplies shall be distributed or delivered to any of said Indians prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty, and the Secretary of the Interior, under d §¤?Pl¤¤ Wed fgf the direction of the President, may use any surplus that may remain in Biztggigfy m ““any of the said appropriations herein made for the purchase of subsistence for the several Indian tribes, to an amount not exceeding fifty _ thousand dollars in the aggregate, to supply any subsistence deficiency P'W°· that may occur: Provided, however, That funds appropriated to fultill P'<'”8<’· treaty obligations shall not be so used: And provided further, That any diversions which shall be made under authority of this section shall be _ reported in detail, and the reasons therefor, to Congress, at the session

 fficus of Congress next succeeding such diversion: And provided further, That

Pmmbfm from all onieers and agents of the Army and Indian Bureaus are prohibited,