330 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 398. 1896. V<>l» 7- v- 1*- For permanent annuity, in silver, per third article treaty of October second, eighteen hundred and eighteen, eight hundred and ninety-four dollars and fifty cents; Vol.7,p.317. For permanent annuity, in money, per second article treaty of September twentieth, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, seven hundred and fifteen dollars and sixty cents; V¤¤»r·¤¤°· For permanent annuity, in specie, per second article treaty of July V°'·"·P·""· twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, and second article of treaty of September twentieth, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, five thousand seven hundred and twenty-four dollars and seventy-seven cents· . v°'· "·P·““· Fon: permanent provision for payment of money in lieu of tobacco, V•>*·°·v·*5°- iron, and steel, per second article of treaty of September twentieth, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, and tenth article of treaties of June ' iilth and seventeenth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, one hundred and seven dollars and thirty-tour cents; _ von. 7, am For permanent provision for three blacksmiths and assistants, and for iron and steel for shops, per third article of treaty of October sixteenth, var 1,p.s1s eighteen hundred and twenty-six; second article of treaty of Septem- Vol. 7, p. 321. ber twentieth, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, and second article of treaty ot‘July twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, one thousand and eight dollars and ninety-nine cents; V•>¤-1>·i¤°· For permanent provision for fifty barrels of salt, per second article of treaty of July twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, one hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty-four cents; I¤****°¤°· For interest on two hundred and thirty thousand and sixty-four dollars and twenty cents, at live per centum, in conformity with provisions "°’·°-P·’“* of article seventh of tremes of June fifth and seventeenth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, eleven thousand five hundred and three dollars and twenty-one cents; in all, twenty thousand six hundred and forty- seven dollars and sixty-five cents. Pumwswqnics. In- POTTAWATOLEEES OF INDIANA AND mcmcm. · diana and Michigan. Amnuues. For the amount due certain Pottawatomie Indians of Indiana and Michigan, being their proportion (two thousand and eighty-one dollars and thirty cents) of the perpetual annuities (twenty-two thousand three hundred dollars) due the Pottawatomie Nation under various treaties, for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, as ascertained by the judgment of the Supreme Court of the United States pronounced in the case of the Pottawatomie Indians of Michigan and Indiana against the United States on the seventeenth day of April, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, and which annuities were not embraced in the judgment aforesaid, two thousand and eighty-one dol- Fl¤¤1·¤¢¤1•»·¤¤¤¢· lars and thirty cents, making final settlement by capitalizing their proportion (two thousand and eighty-one dollars and thirty cents) of certain perpetual annuities, amounting to twenty-two thousand three hundred dollars as shown above, forty-one thousand six hundred and twenty six dollars; in all, forty-three thousand seven hundred and seven dollars and thirty cents. Quapaws. QUAPAWS. V¤¤·’¥.r·42¤- For education, during the pleasure of the President, per third article of treaty of May thirteenth, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, one thousand dollars; for blacksmith and assistants, and tools, iron, and steel for blacksmith shop, per same article and treaty, five hundred dollars; in all, one thousand five hundred dollars. neweeorgenenes That all deeds and instruments of writing pertaining to real estate
‘* “"'“* I'“’· within the Quapaw Agency and the town of Miami, in the Indian Ter.
ritory, shall be recorded at the said town of Miami by the clerk of the United States court in and for the northern district of the Indian Territory, or his duly appointed deputy, in a book or books kept for the purpose, and sections six hundred and sixty-nine, six hundred and seventy,