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$18, 685, 187 49 In the Office of the Register of the Treasury: Five chiefs of division, at $2,500 each; one

disbursing clerk, at $2,000; twelve clerks of class four; twelve clerks of class three, four clerks of class two; five clerks of class one; one hundred counters and copyists, at $900

each ; eight messengers; six assistant messengers and laborery; making, in all, the sum of..' 167, 940 0 In the Office of the First Auditor of the Treasury: Four clerks of class four; three clerks of

class three; three clerks of class two; and two clerks of class one; making, in all, the sum of 18, 600 00 Bureau of Engraving and Printing : Chief of the Bureau, $3,000; for payment of employés

at a per diem, to be paid only fur the time actually employed, namely: Two assistants, at $8 per day; one accountant, at $7 per day; eight clerks, at $4 per day ; five copyists, at not more than $2.90 per day; and six mexsengers or laborers, at $2 per day................ 30. 509 50

SEC. 3. That it shall be the duty of the heads of the several Executive Departments, and of other officers authorized or reqnired to make estimates, to furnish to the Secretary of the Treasury, on or before the first day of October of each year, their annual estimates for the public service, to be included in the Book of Estimates prepared by law under his direc. tion; and the Secretary of the Treasury shall submit, 38 a part of the appendix to the Book of Estimates, such extracts from the annual reports of the several beads of Departments and Bureaus as relate to estimates for appropriations, and the necessities therefor.

Total.....

18,902,236 99

By the acl making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Indian

Department, and for fulfilling treaty-stipulations with various Indian tribes, for the year ending June 30, 1876, and for other purposes.

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For pay of two superintendents of Indian affairs for the Central and Northern Superin.

tendencies .... For pay of seventy agents of Indian affaits, at $1,500 each, except the one at Iowa, at $500,

namely: Six for the tribes in Oregon, namely, Warm Springs, Klamath, Grande Ronde, Siletz, Uma

tilla, and Malheur agencies; Five for the tribes in Washington Territory, namely, Neah Bay, Yakama, Colville, Nis

qually, and S'Kokomish agencies ;
Three for the tribes in California, namely, Hoopa Valley, Round Valley, and Tule River

agencies;
Two for the tribes in Nevada, namely, Pi-Ute and Walker River, and Pyramid Lake agen-

cies;
Two for the tribes in Idaho, namely. Nez Percé and Fort Hall agencies;
Four for the tribes in Montana, namely, Fiathead, Blackfoot, Crow, and Fort Peck agencies;
Twelve for the tribes in Dakota, namely, Red Cloud, Spotted Tail, Yankton, Ponca, Crow

Creek, Grand River, Cheyenne River, tort Berthold, Sisseton, Devil'Lake, Black Hills,

and White River agencies;
One for the tribes in Wyoming, namely, Shoshone agency;
One for the tribes in Utah, namely, Uintah Valley agency;
Five for the tribes in New Mexico, namely, Pueblo, Abiquiu, Navajo, Mescalero A pache, and

Southern Apache agencies ;
Two for the tribes in Colorado, namely, Los Pinos and White River agencies ;
Six for the tribes in Nebraska, namely, Great Nemaha, Omaha, Winnebago, Pawnee, Ottoe,

and Santee agencies;
One for the tribes in Kansas;
Seven for the tribes in the Indian Territory, namely, Sac and Fox, Quapaw, Osage, Kiowa

and Comanche, Cheyenne and Arapaho, and Wichita agencies; and one for the Cherokees,

Creeks, Choctaws and Chickasaws, and Seminoles;
One for the tribes in Minnesota, namely, at the White Earth agency;
One for the tribes in Iowa, namely, at the Sac and Fox of lowa agency, $500 : Provided,

That no salary shall be paid to the agent unless he lives near enough to the agency to teach
and care for the tribe every day; and no incidental expenses shall be allowed for this

agency, and no employés except teachers;
For the support of a school at said agency, $1,000 is hereby appropriated;
Two for the tribes in Wisconsin, namely, at the Green Bay and La Pointe agencies;
One for the tribes in Michigan, namely, at the Mackinac agency;
One for the New York Indians, namely, at the New York agency;
Seven for the tribes in Arizona, namely, Colorado River, Papago, Pima and Maricopa, Chiri.
cahui, San Carlos, Camp Apache, and Moquis Pueblo agencies; in all.....

Provided, That it shall be the duty of the President to dispense with the services of such
Indian agents herein mentioned as may be practicable; and where it is practicable, he
shall require the same person to perform the duties of two agencies for one salary.
For pay of seven special agents, one for the Chippewas at Red Lake; one for the Pillagers at

Leach Lake, Minnesota; one for the Mission Indians in Californin; one for the Assina.
boines and Gros Ventres at Fort Belknap, Montana; one for the tribex in Oregon, namely,
Alsea ; and two for the tribes in Washington Territory, namely, Tulalip and Quinaielt, at

$1,500 each ....
For pay of one chief clerk, $1,600; one assistant clerk, $1,200; and one copyist, $600; for the

Central Superintendency ....
For pay of the clerk for the Northern Superintendency.....................................
For pay of seventy-eight interpreters, as followy: Seven for the tribes in Oregon, namely,

one for the Klamath agency, and one each for the Grand Ronde, Siletz, Umatilla, Warm
Spring, and Malheur, and one for the Alsea special agency, at $500 per annum each;

105, 000 0

10, 500 00

3,400 00 1,200 00

Carried forward....

124, 100 00

Appropriations, fic.-Continued.

Object of appropriation.

Amount.

$124, 100 00

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Six interpreters for the tribes in Washington Territory, to be assigned to such agencies as the

Secretary of the Interior may direct, at $500 each per annum:
Two for the tribes in Idaho, namely, at Nez Percé and Fort Hall agencies, at $500 per annum

each;
Three for the tribes in Nevada, namely, at Pi-Ute and Walker River, and Pyramid Lake

agencies, at $500 each;
Five for the tribes in Montana, namely, Flathead, Blackfoot, Crow, and Fort Peck agencies,

and Fort Belknap special agency, at $400 each;
Thirteen for the tribes in Dakota, namely, two at Fort Berthold, and one each at Red Cloud.

Spotted-Tail, Yankton, Ponca, Crow Creek, Grand River, Cheyenne River, Sisseton,

Devil's Lake, Black Hills, and White River agencies, at $400 per annum each ,
One for the tribes in Wyoming, at the Shoshone agency, at $300;
One for the tribes in Utah, at $500 per annum;
Seven for the tribes in New Mexico, namely, two for the Navajo agency, and one each for

the Cimarron, Mescalero Apache, Southern Apache, Pueblo, and Abiquiu agencies, at $500
each per annum;
Two for the tribes in Colorado, namely, Los Pinos and White River agencies, at $500 per

annum each ;
Seven for the tribes in Nebraska, to be assigned to such agencies as the Secretary of the

Interior may direct, at $400 per anrum each ;
For the tribes in Kansas, $500, to enable the Secretary of the Interior to supply temporary

interpreters;
Eight for the tribes in the Indian Territory, to be assigned as the Secretary of the Interior

may direct, at $400 per annum each ; and $600, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to
enable the Secretary of the Interior to supply temporary interpreters for the semi-civilized

tribes ;
Three for the tribes in Wisconsin, namely, one for the Green Bay and two for the La Pointe

agency, at $400 each;
Four for the tribes in Minnesota, namely, Boise Fort, White Earth, Red Lake, and Leach

Lake special agencies, at $400 each ;
Two for the tribes in Michigan, namely, Mackinac agency, at $400 each;
Seven for the tribes in Arizona, namely, Colorado River, Pima and Maricopa, Moquis Puebla,

Chiracahui, San Calos, Papago, and Camp Apache agencies, at $400 each; making forty.
nine interpreters, at $400 each; twenty-nine interpreters, at $500 each ; and $1,100 for tem.

porary interpreters; in all ...... For pay of three Indian inspectors, at $3,000 each.............................

Provided, That after the commencement of the next fiscal year there shall be but three inspectors; and the provision of law requiring that each agency shall be visited and exam. ined by one or more of the inspectors at least twice in each year is hereby repealed. For necessary traveling expenses of three Indian inspectors...... For buildings at agencies, and repairs of the same ................................... For vaccine matter and vaccination of Indiang ................ For contingencies of the Indian service, including traveling, incidental, current, and contin

gent expenses of superintendents and agents, and of their offices.........

35, 200 00 • 9,000 00

6, 000 00 10, 000 00

500 00 30,000 00

APACHES, KIOWAS, AND COMANCHES.

For eighth of thirty installments, an provided to be expended under the tenth article of treaty

of October 21, 1867, concluded at Medicine Lodge Creek, in Kansas, with the Kiowas and

Comanches, and under the third article of the treaty of the same date with the Apaches...
For purchase of clothing, as provided in the same treaties..
For pay of carpenter, farmer, blacksmith, miller, and engineer.......
For pay of physician and teachen........................
For transportation of goods.......

Provided, That the foregoing stated appropriations for the Apaches, Kiowas, and Comanches shall be expended only in behalf of these Indians who go and remain upon reservations and refrain from hostilities.

30, 000 00 26, 000 00 5, 200 00 2, 500 00 4,000 00

ARICKAREES, GROS VENTRES, AND MANDANS.

For this amount, to be expended in such goods, provisions, &

may, from time to time, determine, including transportation thereof, in instructing in agricultural and mechanical pursuits, in providing employés, educating children, procuring medicine and medical attendance, care for and support of the aged, sick, and infirm, for the helpless orphans of said Indians, and in any other respect to promote their civilization, comfort, and improvement, $85,000: Provided, That $10,000 of said amount be available immediately .....

83, 000 00

APACHES OF ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO.

450, 000 00

For this amount, to subsist

perly care for the Apache Indians in Arizona and New Mexico who have been or may be collected on reservations in New Mexico and Arizona, pamely, for those in Arizona, $350.000; and for those in New Mexico, $100,000; in all..

Provided, That this appropriation shall be expended only in behalf of those Indians who go and remain upon said reservations and refrain from hostilities, and only in proportion to the number so located on the reservation and refraining from hostilities as compared with the whole number of said tribe.

817, 500 00

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ARAPAHOES, CHEYENNES, APACHES, KIOWAS. COMANCHES, AND WICH-

ITAS.

For subsistence of Arapaho, Cheyenne, Apache, Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita Indians,

(and transportation of the same,) who have been collected upon the reservations set apart for their use and occupation.......

Provided, That this appropriation shall be expended only on behalf of those Indians who go and remain upon said reservations and refrain from hostilities.

300, 000 00

ASSINABOINES. For this amount, to be expended in such goods, provisions, and other articles as the President may, from time to time, determine, including transportation thereof, in instructing in agricultural and mechanical pursuits, in providing employés, educating children, procuring medicine and medical attendance, care for and support of the aged, sick, and infirm, for the helpless orphans of said Indians, and in any other respect to promote their comfort, civilization, and improvement ......

30, 000 00

BLACKFEET, BLOODS, AND PIEGANS.

For this amount, to be expended in such goods, provisions, and other articles as the President may, from time to time, determine, including transportation thereof, in instructing in agri. cultural and mechanical pursuits, in providing employés, educating children, procuring medicine and medical attendanco, care for and support of the aged, sick, and infirm, for the helpless orphans of said Indians, and in every other respect to promote their civilization, comfort, and improvement ...........

50,000 00

CHEYENNES AND ARAPAHOES.

20, 000 00 14, 500 00 2, 500 00 5, 200 00 5, 000 00

For eighth of thirty installments provided to be expended under tenth article of treaty of Octo.

ber 28, 1867.......
For purchase of clothing, as per same article.......
For pay of physician and teacher, as per thirteenth article of same treaty.......
For pay of carpenter, farmer, blacksmith, miller, and engineer, as per same article...
For transportation of goods for the Cheyennes and Arapahoes...

Provided, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby directed to reserve from that portion of said annuities due, or to become due, to said Cheyenne Indians, the sum of $2,500 for Adelaide German, and $2,500 for Julia German, two white children, aged five and seven years, respectively, who were captured in Kansas by said Cheyenne Indians while en route from Georgia to Colorado, and cause the same to be placed to the credit of the said Adelaide and Julia German, on the books of the Treasury of the United States, to bear interest at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum, and use from time to time the income from the same in such manner as he may deem expedient for their maintenance, education, and support, until they attain the age of twenty-one years, when the principal and all unexpended interest shall be paid them; that if either said Adelaide German or Julia German should die without issue, the whole sum due the decedent shall revert to the survivor ; and should both die without issue, the whole sum shall revert to the United States; but if either said Adelaide German or Julia German, or both, bave lawful issue, then, at the death of either parent, the amount due to her in her own right, or which she may have inherited, shall become the inheritance of her own issue; that the Secretary of the Interior be authorized to withhold, from any tribe of Indians who may hold any captives other than Indians, any moneys due them from the United States until said captives shall be surrendered to the lawful authorities of the United States.

CHICKASAWS.
For permanent annuity in goods, per first article of treaty of February 25, 1799, and tenth

article of April 28, 1866...

3, 000 00

BOISE FORTE BAND OF CHIPPEWAS.

For tenth of twenty installments, for the support of one blacksmith and assistant, and for

tools, iron, and steel, and other articles necessary for the blacksmith-shop, as per third

article of treaty of April 7, 1866.........................................
For tenth of twenty installments, for the support of one school teacher, and for the necessary

books and stationery, as per third article of treaty of April 7, 1866 .....
For tenth of twenty installments, for the instruction of Indians in farming, and purchase of

seeds, tools, &c., as per third article of treaty of April 7, 1866.....
For tenth of twenty installments of annuity, in money, to be paid per capita, as per third

article of treaty of April 7, 1866......
For tenth of twenty installments of annuity, in provisions, ammunition, and tobaeco, as per

third article of treaty of April 7, 1866....
For tenth of twenty installments of annuity, in goods and other articles, as per third article

of treaty of April 7, 1866......... For transportation and necessary cost of delivery of annuity.goods and provisions, per sixth

1, 500 00 800 00

800 00 3,500 00 1,000 00 6, 500 00

1,000 00 1, 262, 860 00

article of treaty of April 7, 1866 .........

Carried forward .....

Appropriations, fc.-Continued.

Object of appropriation.

Amount.

$1, 262, 800 CO

Brought forward............

CHIPPEWAS OF LAKE SUPERIOR.

1,060 00

600 00 1, 200 00

For nineteenth of twenty installments, for the seventh smith and assistant, and support of

shops, per second and fifth articles of treaty of September 30, 1854 .... For support of smith and shop, during the pleasure of the President, as per seventh and

twelfth articles of treaty of April 7, 1866..... For the support of two farmers, during the pleasure of the President, as per twelfth article

of treaty of September 30, 1854, and seventh article of treaty of April 7, 1866 ..... For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the support and civilization of

the Chippewas of Lake Superior, to be expended for agricultural and educational purposes, pay of clerk and necessary employés, purchase of goods and provisions, and for transporting the same, and for such other purposes as may be deemed for the best interests of said Indians.................................................................................

That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized to issue to the Mis. sionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church a patent for the southeast quarter of section 9, in township 14 north, of range 4 west, situate in the State of Michigan, as per fourth article of treaty of October 18, 1864.

15, 000 00

CHIPPEWAS OF THE MISSISSIPPI.

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For ninth of ten installments of the second series, in money, per fourth article of treaty of

October 4, 1842, and eighth article of treaty of September 30, 1854, and third article of

treaty of May 7, 1864 ........ For ninth of ten installments of the second series, for the pay of two carpenters, per fourth

article of treaty of October 4, 1842, and eighth article of treaty of September 30, 1854, and

third article of treaty of May 7, 1864.....
For ninth of ten installments of the second series, in goods, per fourth article of treaty of
October 4, 1842, and eighth article of treaty of September 30, 1854, and third article of

treaty of May 7, 1864..............
For ninth of ten installments of the second series, for support of schools, per fourth article of
treaty of October 4, 1842, and eighth article of treaty of September 30, 1854, and third

article of treaty of May 7, 1864 ....
For pinth of ten installments of second series, for the purchase of provisions and tobacco, per

fourth article of treaty of October 4, 1842, and eighth article of treaty of September 30, 1834,

and third article of treaty of May 7, 1864....... For ninth of ten installments of the second series, for the support of two smith-shops, includ.

ing the pay of two smitbg and assistants, and furnishing iron and steel, per fourth article of treaty of October 4, 1842, and eighth article of treaty of September 30, 1854, and third arti.

ele of treaty of May 7, 1864. For pinth of ten installments of the second series, for pay of two farmers, per third article of

treaty of May 7, 1864........... For twenty-ninth of forty-six installments, to be paid to the Chippewag of the Mississippi, per

third article of treaty of August 2, 1847, and third article of treaty of March 19, 1867....... For first of ten installments of annuity in money, new series, per third article of treaty of

February 22, 1855, (volume 13, page 694,) and third article of treaty of 1864.......
For eighth of ten installments, for the support of a school or schools upon said reservation, in

accordance with third article of treaty of March 19, 1867........
For eighth of ten installments, to be expended in promoting the progress of the people in agri.

culture, and assisting them to become self-sustaining, in accordance with third article of

treaty of March 19, 1867.....
For eighth of ten installments, for the support of a physician, in accordance with third article

of treaty of March 19, 1867 .....
For eighth of ten installments, for the purchase of necessary medicines, in accordance with

third article of treaty of March 19, 1867 .......
For transportation and necessary cost of delivery of annuities and provisions for the Chippe.

was of Mississippi, in accordance with sixth article of treaty of March 19, 1867..........

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CHIPPEWA, PILLAGER, AND WINNEBAGOSHISH BANDS.
For twenty-first of thirty installments of annuity, in money, per third article of treaty of Feb.

ruary 22, 1855 ....
For twenty-first of thirty installments of annuity, in goods, per third article of treaty of Feb.

ruary 22, 1855 ....
For twenty-first of thirty installments, for purposes of utility, per third article of treaty of

February 22, 1855 .
For purposes of education, per third article of treaty of February 22, 1855, and per third
article of treaty of 1864, first of ten installments.....

10, 666 66 8,000 00 4,000 00 2, 500 00

CHIPPEWAS OF RED LAKE AND PEMBINA TRIBE OF CHIPPEWAS.
For this amount, as annuity, to be paid per capita to the Red Lake band of Chippewas, during

the pleasure of the President, per third article of treaty of October 2, 1863, and second

article of supplementary treaty of April 12, 1864..... For this amount, to the Pembina band of Chippewas, per same articles of same treaties, dur.

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For twelfth of fifteen installments, for the purpose of supplying the Red Lake band of Chip.

pewas with gilling-twine, cotton maitre calico, linsey, blankets, sheeting, flannels, pro-
visions, farming-tools, and for such other useful articles and for such other and useful pur.
poses as may be deemed for their best interests, per third article of supplementary treaty of

April 12, 1864.....
For twelfth of fifteen installinents, for same objects, for Pembina band of Chippewas, per

same treaty..........
For twelfth of fifteen installments, for pay of one blacksmith, one physician, (who shall fur.

pish medicine for the sick,) one miller, and one farmer, per fourth article of same treaty.... For twelfth of fifteen installments, for the purchase of iron and steel and other articles for

blacksmithing purposes, per same treaty as above..... For twelfth of fifteen installments, to be expended for carpentering and other purposes, per

same treaty ................... For transportation of annuity-goody and provisions, and iron and steel for blacksmiths, for

the Chippewag of Red Lake and Pembina tribe .....

8, 000 00 4,000 00 3,900 00

1.5

1,000 00 2,000 00

CHOCTAWS.

for pole of treaty of June 22, Joport of light-horsemen, P92. 1853........

ber 18. 1820,

3,000 00

600 00

600 00 6,000 00

320 00

For permanent annuity, per second article of treaty of November 16, 1805, and thirteenth
For permanent annuity, for support of light-horsemen, per thirteenth article of treaty of

October 18, 1820, and thirteenth article of treaty of June 22, 1855......
For permanent annuity, for support of blacksmith, per sixth article of treaty of October 18, 189

pintb article of treaty of January 20, 1825, and thirteenth article of treaty of June 22, 1855..
For permanent annuity, for education, per second article of treaty of January 20, 1825, and

thirteenth article of treaty of June 22, 1855...... For permanent annuity, for iron and steel, per ninth article of treaty of January 20, 1825, and

thirteenth article of treaty of June 22, 1855...... For interest on $390,257.92, a: 5 per cent. per annum, for education, support of the govern.

ment, and other beneficial purposes, under the direction of the general council of the Choctaws, in conformity with the provisions contained in the ninth and thirteenth articles of treaty of January 20, 1825, and treaty of June 22, 1835 ....

Provided, That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized to pay, out of this amount, the sum of $500, and interest thereon from Octobor 1, 1869, to January 1, 1875. $183.75, due William P. Lyon & Son for printing the laws of the Choctaw Nation : Provided further, That, from the amount hereby appropriated, the sum of $299, 10, paid out of the civilization-fund of the Indian Bureau for board and medical treatment of Louisa Haskins, a Choctaw Indian, at the Government Hospital for the Insane, near Washington, District of Columbia, and to defray the expenses of J. B. Jackson, a Choctaw Indian youth, en route to his home in the Indian Territory, shall be used to re-imburse said civilizationfund; and that the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized to cause to be paid, out of Choctaw funds, the expenses incurred at said insane asylum for board and medical treatment of said Louisa Haskins so long as she shall remain in said asylum, CONFEDERATED TRIBES AND BANDS OF INDIANS IN MIDDLE OREGON.

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For first of five installments, fourth series, for beneficial objects, per second article of treaty

of June 25, 1855.... For sixteenth of twenty installments, for pay and subsistence of one physician, one sawyer,

one miller, one superintendent of farming operations, and one school teacher, per fourth

article of treaty of June 25, 1855..... For sixteenth of twenty installments, for salary of the bead chief of said confederated bands, per fourth article of treaty of June 25, 1855.

CREEKS.

5,100 00

500 00

1,500 CO 3,000 00 20,000 00

840 00

For permanent annuity, in money, per fourth article of treaty of August 7, 1790, and fifth

article of treaty of August 7, 1856.....
For permanent annuity in money, per second article of treaty of June 16, 1802, and fifth

article of August 7, 1856......
For permanent annuity, in money, per fourth article of treaty of January 24, 1826, and fifth

article of treaty of August 7, 1856...
For permanent annuity, for blacksmith and assistant, and for shop and tools, per eighth arti-

cle of treaty of January 24, 1826, and fifth article of treaty of August 7, 1856 ..... For permanent annnity, for iron and steel for shop, per eighth article of treaty of January 24

1826, and fifth article of treaty of August 7, 1856.... For permanent annuity, for the pay of a wheelwright, per eighth article of treaty of January

24, 1826, and fifth article of treaty of August 7, 1856....
For 5 per cent. interest on $200,000, for purposes of education, per sixth article of treaty of

August 7, 1856...............
For interest on $675, 168, at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum, to be expended, under the

direction of the Secretary of the Interior, under provisions of third article of treaty of June
14, 1866...............................................................................

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CROWS.

For seventh of thirty installments, to supply male persons, six hundred in pumber, over four.

teen years of age, with a suit of good substantial woolen clothing, consisting of a coat, hat, pantaloons, flannel shirt, and woolen socks, as per ninth article of treaty of May 7, 1868. 8, 400 00 Carried forward .....

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