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FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 33. 1896. 23 to examine and classify certain lands within the land grant and indemnity land grant limits of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, in the States of Montana and Idaho, with special reference to the mineral or goamineral character of such lands, thirteen thousand five hundred 0 ars. For publication of the monthly reports nled by said commissioners R°P°'*·“·°"°· in the office of the register and receiver of the Bozeman, Helena, and Missoula land districts, in the State of Montana, and the Coeur d’Alene land district, in the State of Idaho; and for the expenses pertaining to hearings ordered by and conducted before said registers and receivers, six thousand dollars; For the payment of stenographers employed by said commissioners when authorized by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, for the purpose of reducing testimony to writing in cases where it is found necessary to examine witnesses in order to establish the character of lands examined by said commissioners, five hundred dollars; in all, twenty thousand dollars. Snnvmrinc Aim A1.Lorr1Nc ron Cuirrnwxs IN Mnmnsorx: For g§gge,j*¤¤;)l;.¤i¤gh° completing the necessary surveys within the Chippewa Indian Reserva- lands,etc.y P tion in Minnesota, including expenses of examining and appraising X2}f'{;_*j;f"· pine lands, under the provisions of the act approved January four teenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, to be reimbursed to the United States out of the proceeds of their lands. five thousand dollars. COMMISSION, PUYALLUP RESERVATION (REIMBURSABLE): For con- t,P¤y=¤¤¤1> Res-<>r¤+ tinuing the work of the Puyallup Indian Commission appointed under ulgxpenseg of com. the Act of March third, eighteen hundred and ninerythree (twenty- meggeg, P 633 six Statutes at Large, six hundred and twelve), to select and appraise Post, I}. $41. ` such portions of the allotted lands within the Puyallup Indian Reservation, Washington, as are not required for homes for the Indian allottees; and also that part of the agency tract, exclusive of the burying ground, not needed for school purposes, and for the purpose of defray- ing the expenses of said Commission, the sum of three thousand tive hundred dollars, to be available until expended, and to be reimbursed to the United States out of the proceeds of the Sale of the agency tract and allotted lands, as provided in said Act. PAYMENT ron sonvnvs or runmc LANDS; To pay F. W. Pettigrew I S(¤yr¤ri¤s public for surveys executed by him and approved by the Commissioner of the °li.iv.rmigmw. General Land Office in excess of the limit allowed by his contract, numbered one hundred, in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-four, three hundred dollars and eighty cents. To pay the audited claim of Alonzo Gesner, United States deputy M°"° G°°¤°*”- surveyor, for surveying the public lands in Oregon, under contract numbered six hundred and eight, dated April seventeenth, eighteen 'hundred and ninety-three, three thousand four hundred dollars. To pay the audited claim of C.Cliilord Stevenson and David 0. Steven- wg ,§;*£`g*g 22;::; son for surveying public lands, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety- son: ` three, three thousand two hundred and ninety-eight dollars and twenty- seven cents. To pay the audited claim of F. W. Pettigrew, United States deputy F·W-P¤>¤¤gr¤w· surveyor, for surveying public lands, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-three, two hundred and ninety-eight dollars and twenty-one cents. TELEGRAPHING AND PURCHASE OF INDIAN SUPPLIES: To pay the kdm ““PP“°*· expense of purchasing goods and supplies for the Indian service, and pay of necessary employees advertising at rates not exceeding regular commercial rates, inspection, and all other expenses connected therewith, including telegraphing, five thousand dollars. INDIAN SCHOOL r1uNs1>o1ztrAw10N: For collecting and transporta- ¤°*=<>91¤· _ _ . . porting pution of Indian pupils to and from Indian schools, and also for the trans- pus. portation of Indian pupils from all the Indian schools, and placing of them. with the consent of their parents, under the care and control of such suitable white families as may in all respects be qualiiied to give such pupils moral, industrial, and educational training, under