Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/556

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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 388. 1912. 533 The Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed B_·lQ,'*¤Bm N°‘>l¢ ¤¤¤ to Roy to the e1.rs or legal re resentatives of John W. Noble and Paimentwbeixsof, R. . Belt the sum of three thiousand five hundred and sixty-nine °°""""°'°"“°’”‘“" dollars and mnety-five cents, for legal services rendered to and expenses incurred on behalf of members of the Lyman family, Osage allottees, under contract made piusuant to section twenty-one hun- §é,S··¤°°=¤°¤·¤°¢· dred and three and the following of the Revised Statutes of the P` ` United States, and duly approve by the Commissioner of Indian ‘ Affairs and the Secretary 0 the Interior, said sum to be aid as provided for in the contract out of individual funds in the Tiieasury of the United States to the credit of the members of said Lyman family: Provided, That before such pgyment shall be made the heirs or legal representatives of said John . Noble and R. V. Belt shall K°°°"°“°°‘°"°d‘ sign a receipt in full for all claims for the services above specified and file the said receipt with the Secretary of the Interior. _ That the Secretary of the Interior is hereb authorized and directed Qjmj; ju,} to satisfy of record the judgments rendered in the district court of $¤¤¤ ¤s¤1¤¤¢ In- Oklahoma, for the eighth judicial district, on December fifteenth, mm' nineteen hundred and eleven, in favor of Albert J. Lee and ainst J ack Postoak, in the sum of one thousand four hundred a.nd8§orty— eight dollars, by the payment thereof out of any funds that may now or hereafter be to the credit of the heirs of Bessie Postoak; against King Isaacs and others, in the sum of one thousand four hundred and forty-nine dollars, by the payment thereof out of any funds that may now or hereafter be to the credit of the heirs of Roger Isaacs; against Thompson Peters, in the sum of one thousand four hundred and seventy-six dollars, by the payment thereof out of anfy funds that may now or hereafter be to the credit of the heirs o Sookie Peters; and ainst Zeno Huff, in the sum of seven hundred and thirty-two doilfars, by the payment thereof out of auiiayfunds that may now or hereafter be to the credit of said Zeno : Provided, That 1Rew'°”i"",,g MWA before such payments shall be made in full, said Albert J. shall sign a receipt in full for all claims for services as herein specified and file the same with the Secretary of the Interior. _ mm hm The sum of three hundred thousand dollars to be expended, m the '° discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, under rules and regulations to be rescribed by him, in aid of the common schools in the Cherokee, (lieek, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminole Nations 111 Oklahoma during the fiscal year ending June thnrtieth, nineteen hun- ,_m__,_,__ dred and thirteen: Provided, That this approdgriation sl1all_not be Srgrgiitloab subject to the limitation in section one 0 s Act, lmuting the ·"· · oxglendittpredof money to educate children of less than one-fourth n an oo . The Secretary of the Treasinjy is hereby authorized to pay for the ,,,‘§,}‘;§‘g,i*,Y,’f’ ‘“‘““" relief of the Kickapoo Indians in Mexico the sum of fifteen thousand Heilemdollars, to be ex ended in thepayment of taxes, salary of farmers, maintenance ami, repairs of irrigation ditches, indebtedness for supplies already furnished, court costs, and obhgations heretofore incurred in settlement of land titles, said sum to be paid to the treasurer of a corporation to be known as the Kickapoo Cominumty of Mexico, to be organized under the laws of the State of Arizona; the organization of said corporationshall be authorized by aniajorxty of the members of the Mexican K1cka§oo_Indians now residing in the State of Sonora, in the Republic of exico, in council assem led: B menmmdmd. That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereb§ authorized wlgdhm and directed to cause to be sent to the First National Ban of Douglas, Arizona, checks payable to the order of the individual Indian owners who are members of the band of Mexican Kickagoo Indians now resident in the Republic of Mexico, for and in the amount of all moneys known as lease money now on deposit with or m any manner