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126 FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 164. 1892. F°°•*· For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to furnish such articles of food as from time to time the condition and necessities of the Indians may require, thirty thousand dollars; in all, eighty-one thousand dollars. ` _ memes; not to No right of selection by, or allotment to the Crow Indians of Mon- },'{‘§{“‘*°“"“""‘°L“'l""* tana secured by the provisions of section thirty-four of the Indian ap- V¤l· 2*1 1>· im propriation act, approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety- one, shall be so used as to include mining claims nor shall they include Settlers. lands settled upon, or improvements made by, qualied preemptors or homesteaders who were misled to settle on said reservation by reasonof an erroneous survey by deputy United States surveyors of the public lands, or of said Crow reservation, and who at the time they so settled there believed their said settlement was not on the said reser- P~·¢•¤· vatfon: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be construed to Bightsnotimpsired impair any rights acquired under any contract with the Crow Indians= heretofore ratified by Congress. Delaware; DELAWARES. rsymm rm- lads The sum of thirty-nine thousand and six hundred and seventy-five }2$,.,,",§,,I;‘Z,Y’q'f,§”,°r,,,$,f,; dollars and sixteen cents, of which ten thousand seven hundred and -¤•il¤¤·•¤*¤······l>•¤¥· fifteen dollars and seventy-five cents shall be paid to individual members of the said tribes for improvements upon lands sold to the Leavenworth, Pawnee aud Western Railroad Company under the provisions of the treaty with the Delaware tribe of Indians of date May thirtieth, _ V0l.12,p.1l30. eighteen hundred and sixty, in accordance with the concluding paragraphof article two of said treaty, and twenty-eight thousand ninehundred and fifty-nine dollars and forty-one cents shall be paid to the individual members of said tribe through whose allotted lands the said. Leavenworth, Pawnee and Western Railroad Company secured right of way, in accordance with the concluding clause of article three of said P~•¤••· treaty of May thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty: Provided, That 1>¤¢¤rmi¤•¢i¤¤¤f the amount to be paid each member of said tribe claiming indemnity °“‘°'"‘°‘ for improvements taken and damages on account of right of way of said railroad company through the allotted lands shall be determined by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and approved by the Secretary of the Interior. And the Attorney-General is hereby authorized and directed Suit to be ·¤¤·¤¤d to institute the necessary legal proceedings against the Leavenworth, ‘Q,§,‘#*,E°° "‘u’°'“° °°"" Pawnee and Western Railroad Company, its successors or assigns, for recovery of the amounts heretofore found by the Department of the·- Interior to be due from said railroad company, its successors or assigns,. under the last paragraph of the second article of the treaty with the Delaware tribe of Indians of May thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty, and under the concluding clause of the third article of said treaty, and for damagp done the said Indians in the taking and destruction of theproperty y said railroad company, which sums when recovered shalt ¤¤i·¤¤¤¤·•·¤··¤*· be used to reimburse the United States for the sum appropriated in theforegoing paragraph. Fort Hall Indians. FORT HALL INDIANS. For fourth of twenty installments, as provided in agreement with VoI.25,p.688. said Indians, approved February twenty-third, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, to be used by the Secretary of the Interior for the benefit of tlheillndiaus in such manner as the President may direct, six thousand • dollars. I,,§,‘“_‘f,§_*"* *g°"°¥ mnuns er nrxcnmnr Aemwor. For fifth of ten installments of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars each, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, for the support and civilization of the Indians attached to the Blackteetz v¤r2s,p11¢ Agency, Montana, as per act approved May first, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.