SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cm.388, 389. 1912. 539 _ For support, education, and civilization of the Pottawatomie In- ruuwmmees diana who res1de_m the State of Wisconsin seven thousand dollars. S"”’°"’°"" The time provided for bnnging snnts under the fifth paragraph of section twenty-six of the Act a proved April fourth, nineteen undred brmswsnniu mma. and ten, entitled "An Act magng appropnriations for the current and contmgant expenses of the Bureau of dian Affairs, for fulfilling treaix stipulations with various Indian tribes, and for other ses v°l‘ °°‘ " °°‘ for e scal year endix June thirtieth, nineteen hundigoand eleven Unit States Statutes at Large, page two hundred_and eig ty-seven), be, and the same is hereby, extended to the thnrtieth day of June, nmeteen hundred and thirteen. WYOMING. wmmu. Sec. 25. For su ort and civilization of Shoshone Indians in ,,,,Wf'°"‘°"°'· Wypming, twelve i.li)ousand dollars. M or support and education of one hundred and sevent -6ve Indian ¤,§*·°·**°¤• ¤¤•¤¤· pupils at the Indian school, Shoshone Reservation, Wiyoming, and siismx. or pay of superintendent, thirty-one thousand 'and twenty-five dollars; for general repairs and improvements four thousand dollars; in all, thirty-five thousand and twenty-five dollars. ‘ _For continuing the work of constructing an irrigation system !¤*¢·°°¤•v¤¤¤- within _ the d11D`l.IhlSh8d Shoshone or W`md River Reservation, in Wyom1§, mcluding the maintenance and operation of completed canals, ty thousand dollars, reimbursable in accordance wig; the '°'·”·P·m• provisions of the Act of March third, nineteen hundred and live. For continuing the work of road and brid%e construction on the F·°•*’¤ md ¤¤¤¢¤¤ Shoshone Reservation,Wyoming, ten thousan dollars, reimbursable V°*· 3*- P·1°“· m accordance with the provisions of the Act of March third, nineteen hundred and Eve: Provided, That this amount shall be expended, ;l.,'d°;...”°°i,h.,,_ as far as practicable, in the emplowent of Indian labor. For support of Shoshones 111 yoming: For pay of _§ysician, '°*°“*¤¢ ¤·•°v- teacher, carpenter, miller, engineer, farmer, and b acksmi (article V°*~ **-1**7* ten, treaty of July third eighteen hundred and sixty-eight), five thousand dollars; for pay oi second blacksmith, and such iron and steel and other materials as may be required, as per article eight, same treaty, one thousand dollars; in all, six thousand dollars. Approved, August 24, 1912. CHAP. .-- appropriations for the service of the Poet Otllce A "“·m2· Demrtmergsfgr the¤tis‘d:lty Iluiie thirtieth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, ma for other Pm.p0·”_ , [Public, No. 886.] Be it enacted the Senate and House a Representatives of the United , States of Am in Congress assembledgi That the following sums be, w;l°°:f:¤. M wm and they are hereby appropriated for the service of the ost Office *" Department in coniormity with the Act of July second, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, as follows: ormcn or run rosruasrmz GENERAL. I°'°”“`°°' G°“"‘L For rent of suitable buildings for the use of the Post Office Depart- ,.,B°,§°‘,, 4;% 'M ment, including the mail-bafg repair shop, lock repair shopi an the Division of Supplies, thirty- our thousand four hnndred do_ ars. hw M For gas, electric power and light, and the repair of machinery, five ’ thousand dollars. . _ p,,,g.,¤.,. mm, Fon sananms or 1¤os·r—0m··rcn msmzcrons: For salaries of fifteen ¢¤;m__ inspectors in charge of divisions, at three thousand dollars each· ten inspectors, at two thousand four hundred dollars each; iiiteen
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