Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/558

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SIXTY·SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. C11. 388. 1912. 535 That there be paid to the 'l‘illamook Tribe of Indians of Oregon P•Y¤¤* *° ¤*¤¤ the sum of ten thousand live dollars, to be apportioned mrT:'¤¤. among those now hvrng and the lmeal descendants of those who may oe dead, by the Seeretaryeof the Interior as their respective rights may appear; that there pard to the Clatsolp Tribe` of Indians of °'°°" Oregon the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, to e a portioned among those now living and the lmeal descendants of those who may be dead, by the Secretary of the Interior, as their respective rights may apgiepnr; that there be paid to the Nuc-quee·clah-we-muck Tribe of mfx'gk°·¤¤¢¤·¢!•¤·** In s of Oregon the sum of one_ thousand five hundred dollars, to ` be apportioned amogg those now hving and the lineal descendants of those who may be d , bglthe Secretary of the Interior as their respective rights may appear; at there be paid to the Kathlamet Band of 0{§2‘,},‘,{"“ ”‘“° °' Chinook Indians o Oregon the sum 0 seven thousand dollars, to be apportioned among those now hvrng and the lineal descendants of . ose who may be dead, by the Secretaryeof the Interior as their respective rights ma _ appear; that there paid to the Wlaukikum cg'K.‘$“'“ °"‘°°' Band of Chmook Indians_ of Washmgon the sum of seven thousand dollars, to be ap rtroned among,0 ose now li and the lineal descendants of tlllgse who may dead, by the Secretary of the Interior, as their respective rights may appear that there be paid to the Wheelaptpa Ban of Chinook Indians of the sum of mR,,,“{§}"‘ °“‘°°' five thousan dollars, to be apportioned among those now living and the hneal descendants of those who may be ead, by the Secretary of the_ Interior, as their respective rights may appear- and that there ‘ be paid to the Lower Band of Chinook In of Washington the ,,,,.,"§',°' B‘“°°‘ °“' sum of twenty thousand dollars, to be apportioned amor? those now hvrng and the hneal descendants of those who may be ead, by the Secretary of the Interior, as their respective rights may appear and for this purpose there be, and is hereby, apprtggriated, out oi any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropna , the sum of sixty- six thousand dollars: Promkled, That said ndians shall accept said mxkumhm sum, or their respective portions thereof, in full satisfaction of all emtrtxxasmmaa demands or claims against the United States for the lands described in the agreements or unratitied treaties between the United States and said Indians dated, ectivelv, August seventh, egghteen hundred and nity-one; An ltezllth, eghteen hundred and ty-one; August seventh, e' hteen lilirsndred an fifty-one; August ninth, eighteen hundred and lgfty-one; August eighth, eighteen hundred and fifty-one; A t ninth, eighteen hundred and fiftyone; and August ninth, eighteen hundred andiift -one: Provided further That if a ter investi- mg:;_¤*¤¤¤¤ ¤¤ vvgation by the Secretary, he shall find that all of the Indians of either of said tribes or bands and their lineal descendants are dead, then none of the money hereby appropriated for such tribe or band shall be paid to any eison for an purpose: Provided further, That the Secretary n_¤l<:·;¤;¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤•#· of the Illterior shall find and investigate what attorney or attorneys if any, have rendered services for or on behalf of said Indians, and shall fix a reasonable compensation to be paid said attorney or attorneys for their services in prosecuting] the claims of said In ians hereunder, which compensation, if any, s all be paid out of the sum_hereby a propriated, in full payment of services rendered; and the decision the Secretary of the Interior with respect to the attorne and their compensation shall be final and conclusive: Provided jgther, That B•°*‘·‘P°*°¤¤*¤•¢ before any money is paid to any attorney hereunder, he shall first execute and deliver to the Secretary of the Interior a satisfaction rind discharge of all claims and demands for services rendered such Indians in the matter of their claims. · 81618°-—vor. 37-rr 1--36