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srxrr-sncoun oouermss. sm. II. oa. ass. mz. 527 eighteen hundred and sixt -e` ht), three thousand six hundred dgllars; for 'pay of second liadgsmith (article eight, same treaty), one thousan two hundred dollars; in all, six thousand dollars. For subsistence and civilization of the Northern Cheyennes and .§3'2',§',§';h°l,‘§,_’°““ Arapahoes (agreement with the Sioux Indians, approved February §,“'{•*{;°¤°°;°‘°- twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven), including sub- °` 'P`m' srstence and civilization of Northern Cheyennes removed from Pine Ph M Ridge Aglency to Tongue River, Montana, and for pay of h 'cian, vol:-ii, p.`ci:£` two teac ers, two carpenters, one miller-, two farmers, a bliickiinith, and engineer (article seven, treaty of Ma tenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-eight), eighty-five thousand dollyars. For the employment of " line riders" along the southern and eastern ,;£"},Yt°"l”* "u“° boundaries of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in the State of Montana., one thousand five hundred dollars. mmm In That so much of the Act of Congress approved March third, nine- nsement rmihm teen hundred and eleven (Thirty-sixth Statutes at Large, page one "°${f{ thousand and sixty-six), which (provides for the reservation of an easement over tracts of land bor ering Flathead Lake, Montana, be, and the same hereby is, amended to read as follows: "That an ease- _ ment in, to, and over all lands bordering on or adjacent to Flathead Lake, Montana, which lie below an elevation of nine feet above the higlh-water mark of said lake for the year nineteen hundred and nine, is ereby reserved for uses and purposes connected with storage for irrigation or development of·water power, and all patents hereafter issued for any such ands shall recite such reservation? Nnsaasm. “°°*‘*** Sec. 11. For sup ort and education of three hundred Indian pupils °°“°‘ °°"°°1‘ at the Indian school at Genoa, Nebraska, and for pay of superintendent, fifty-two thousand one hundred dollars; for general repan·s and improvements, four thousand five hundred dollars to complete the construction of two dormitories provided for in the Indian appropriation Act of March third, nineteen hundred and eleven, ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may benecessary to be immediately available; in all, sixty-six thousand six hundred dollars. For construction of septic tank on sewer mam at tho Indian school at Genoa, Nebraska, one thousand five hundred dollars. NEVADA. *·*··°·~ See. 12. For support and civilization of Indians in Nevada, includ- ¤ri}}R'°"‘ °°°" M I"` ' pay of employees, eighteen thousand five hundred dollars. cum cn mm, mlior su port and education of three hundred Indian pupils at the Y ` Indian scliool at Carson City, Nevada, and folrapay of superintendent, fifty thousand one hundred dollars· for gene repairs and improvements, six thousand dollars; in all, fifty-six thousand one hundred d0u8'rS' - New Mexico NEW MEXICO. r · I1 UD I HB Sec. 13. For support and education of three hundred Indian pupils Schohli q q at the Indian school at Albuquerque, New Mexico and for pay of superintendent, fifty-one thousand nine hundred dollars; foz·_general repairs and improvements, five thousand dollars; for addrtron to girls’ dormitory, including heating plant, ten thousand dollars; in all, sixty-six thousand nine hundred dollars. _ _ Sm, Fe mmol For su port and education of three hundred Indian pupils at the Indian school at Santa Fe, New Mexico, and for pay of supermtendent, fifty-one thousand nine hundred dollars; for general repairs and rm-