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deductions shall be made according to the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, having due regard to the educational and other necessary requirements of the tribe or tribes affected; and the amounts paid shall be reimbursed to the United States at such times and in such proportions as the Secretary of the Interior may decide to be for the

interests of the Indian Service: Provided, That no one of said judg. Certificate of lack of ground for new trial. ments provided for in this paragraph shall be paid until the Attorney

General shall have certified to the Secretary of the Treasury that there exists no grounds sufficient, in his opinion, to support a motion for a

new trial or an appeal of said cause. Claims certified by SEC. 2. That for the payment of the following claims, certified to accounting officers.

be due by the several accounting officers of the Treasury Department

under appropriations the balances of which have been exhausted or Vol. 18, p. 110.

carried to the surplus fund under the provisions of section five of the Act of June twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, and under appropriations heretofore treated as permanent, being for the service of the

fiscal year nineteen hundred and one and prior years, unless otherwise Vol. 23, p. 254. stated, and which have been certified to Congress under section two of

the Act of July seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, as fully set forth in House Document Numbered Three hundred and fifty, reported to Congress at its present session, there is appropriated as follows:

Claims allowed by CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR FOR THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
Auditor for Treasury
Department.

For contingent expenses, Treasury Department: Horses, wagons, and so forth, twenty-two dollars and seventy cents.

For pay of assistant custodians and janitors, fifteen dollars.

For furniture and repairs of same for public buildings, forty-four dollars and forty-four cents.

For fuel, lights, and water for public buildings, forty-three dollars and eighty-two cents.

For repairs and preservation of public buildings, forty-nine dollars and forty-six cents.

For salaries and expenses of special inspectors of foreign steam vessels, twenty-one thousand three hundred and ninety-four dollars and sixty-eight cents.

For contingent expenses, Independent Treasury, one dollar and seventy-six cents.

For contingent expenses, mint at San Francisco, one dollar and seven cents.

For wages and contingent expenses, assay office at Seattle, eleven dollars and sixty-nine cents.

For quarantine service, three thousand one hundred and thirty-four dollars and fifty-six cents.

For quarantine service, Territory of Hawaii, one thousand eight hundred and six dollars and six cents.

For collecting the revenue from customs, one thousand eight hundred and eleven dollars.

For repayment to importers, excess of deposits, nine hundred and fifty dollars and twelve cents.

For expenses of Revenue-Cutter Service, ninety-six dollars and three cents.

For Live-Saving Service, two thousand five hundred and ninetynine dollars and thirty-one cents.

For repairs and incidental expenses of light-houses, five hundred and two dollars and fifty.cents...

For salaries and expenses of collectors of internal revenue, one hundred and ninety-eight dollars and eighty-four cents.

For salaries and expenses of agents and subordinate officers of internal revenue, fifty dollars.

For punishment for violation of internal-revenue laws, one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

For rebate of tax on tobacco, Act of March third, eighteen hundred and eigbty-three, six hundred and fifty-seven dollars and thirty-four cents.

For refunding moneys erroneously received and covered, one hundred and fifteen dollars.

For repayment of taxes on distilled spirits destroyed by casualty, thirty-one dollars and ninety-two cents.

For payment of judgments against internal-revenue officers, seventeen thousand two hundred and forty-one dollars and fifty-seven cents.

CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR FOR THE WAR DEPARTMENT.

Claims allowed by Auditor for War Dement.

For pay, and so forth, of the Army, eight thousand seven hundred and thirty-three dollars and twenty-two cents.

For pay of two and three year volunteers, five dollars and six cents. For subsistence of the Army, three thousand one hundred and eighty-five dollars and eight cents.

For regular supplies, Quartermaster's Department, fifty dollars and seventy-three cents.

For incidental expenses, Quartermaster's Department, one hundred and sixty-five dollars and nine cents.

For transportation of the Army and its supplies, fifty thousand seven hundred and forty-two dollars and sixty-four cents.

For barracks and quarters, three hundred and sixty-one dollars and ninety-nine cents.

For headstones for graves of soldiers, forty-nine dollars and seventynine cents.

For Medical and Hospital Department, thirty-three dollars and eighty cents.

For artificial limbs, twenty-nine dollars and sixty-two cents. For contingencies of fortifications, twenty-four dollars and ninetyseven cents.

For National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific Branch, eighty-eight dollars and fourteen cents.

For National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, clothing, fiftysix dollars and four cents.

For refunding to States expenses incurred in raising volunteers, nine bundred and twenty-one thousand one hundred and thirty-four dollars and thirty-six cents.

For horses and other property lost in the military service, two hundred and fifty-eight dollars.

For gunboats on western rivers, thirty-three dollars and forty-eight cents.

For pay, transportation, services, and supplies of Oregon and Washington volunteers in eighteen hundred and fifty-five and eighteen hundred and fifty-six, seven hundred dollars and thirty-nine cents.

CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR FOR THE NAVY DEPARTMENT.

Claims allowed by Auditor for Navy Department.

For contingent and miscellaneous expenses, Hydrographic Office, two dollars and sixty-nine cents.

For emergency fund, Navy Department, twenty dollars and fifteen cents.

For pay of the Navy, six hundred and thirteen dollars and eightyfour cents.

For pay, miscellaneous, one hundred and seventy dollars and sixtysix cents.

For contingent, Navy, eleven dollars and seventy-eight cents.

For pay, Marine Corps, one hundred and ninety-six dollars and twenty cents.

For hire of quarters, Marine Corps, forty-six dollars and twenty cents.

For contingent, Marine Corps, four hundred and seventeen dollars and six cents.

For transportation, recruiting and contingent, Bureau of Navigation, five hundred and forty-nine dollars and ninety-nine cents.

For contingent, Bureau of Ordnance, two thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight dollars and twelve cents.

For equipment of vessels, Bureau of Equipment, one thousand two hundred and thirty-eight dollars and eighty-seven cents.

For ocean and lake surveys, Bureau of Equipment, twenty-six cents.

For contingent, Bureau of Equipment, eight hundred and fifty-two dollars and ninety cents.

For contingent, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, one cent.

For provisions, Navy, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, two hundred and sixty dollars and ninety cents.

For contingent, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, two thousand one hundred and fifty-four dollars and eighty-two cents.

For steam machinery, Bureau of Steam Engineering, five dollars and seventy-three cents.

For indemnity for lost property, naval service, Act of March second, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, one thousand nine hundred and forty-six dollars and two cents.

For indemnity for lost clothing, sixty dollars.

For destruction of clothing and bedding for sanitary reasons, two hundred and fifty-five dollars and thirty-one cents.

For bounty for destruction of enemy's vessels, forty-four dollars and ninety-three cents.

For enlistment bounties to seamen, seven hundred and sixty-seven dollars and thirty-six cents.

Auditor for Interior

Claims allowed by CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR FOR THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT. Department.

For reimbursement to receivers of public moneys, excess of deposits, five dollars.

For salaries and commissions of registers and receivers, two hundred and serenty-two dollars and twenty-three cents.

For protection of forest reserves, fifteen dollars and forty cents.

For appraisal and sale of abandoned military reservations, eight hundred and ninety dollars and eighty-one cents.

For surveying the public lands, eleven thousand nine hundred and twenty-three dollars and seventy-one cents.

For Geological Survey, forty-nine dollars and thirteen cents.

For pay of Indian agents, six hundred and twenty-five dollars and fifty-five cents.

For telegraphing and purchase of Indian supplies, thirty-seven dollars and sixty cents.

For transportation of Indian supplies, seven hundred and ninetyseven dollars and twenty-three cents.

For incidentals in Nevada, including support and civilization, thirty dollars and thirty-seven cents.

For incidentals in New Mexico, one dollar and seventy-five cents.

For surveying Pine Ridge, Rosebud, and Standing Rock reservations, four thousand two hundred and ninety-four dollars.

For army pensions, ninety-six dollars.

CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR FOR THE STATE AND OTHER

DEPARTMENTS.

Claims allowed by Auditor for State, etc., Department.

For contingent expenses, foreign missions, five hundred and eighty six dollars and thirteen cents.

For fees and costs in extradition cases, one thousand two hundred and seventy dollars and ninety cents.

For salaries, consular service, five thousand six hundred and fiftyfive dollars and sixty-nine cents. For salaries, consular clerks, one dollar and thirty-eight cents.

For pay of consular officers for services to American vessels and seamen, six dollars.

For relief and protection of Ainerican seamen, ninety-seven dollars and thirty-one cents.

For contingent expenses, United States consulates, one hundred and seventy dollars and forty-nine.cents.

For contingent expenses, Department of Agriculture, thirteen dollars and fifty cents.

For purchase and distribution of valuable seeds, four dollars and thirty-eight cents.

For supplies of light-houses, twenty-three dollars and two cents.

For expenses of light-vessels, three hundred and fifty-four dollars and twenty-nine cents.

For expenses of buoyage, two hundred and fifty-eight dollars and ninety-five cents.

For protecting property in hands of receivers, United States courts, sixty-nine dollars.

For pay of special assistant attorneys, United States courts, two hundred and sixty-six dollars and forty-six cents.

For fees of clerks, United States courts, fifty-five dollars and ten cents.

For fees of commissioners, United States courts, three thousand one hundred and sixty-one dollars and forty cents.

For fees of witnesses, United States courts, one dollar and ninety cents.

For support of prisoners, United States courts, one thousand seven hundred and forty dollars and thirty-five cents.

For miscellaneous expenses, United States courts, five hundred and seventy-nine dollars and forty cents.

CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR FOR THE POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

Claims allowed by Auditor for Post-Office Department.

For compensation to postmasters, fifty-seven dollars and fifty-five cents.

For special-delivery service, sixteen cents.

For clerk hire, two thousand two hundred and fifty-seven dollars and twenty-five cents.

For star transportation, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight dollars and one cent.

For steamboat transportation, eight hundred and eighty dollars.

For post-office car service, four thousand nine hundred and thirty dollars and ninety-three cents.

For limited indemnity for lost registered mail, three hundred and eighteen dollars and eighty-four cents.

For rewards, two hundred dollars.
Approved, February 18, 1904.

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Vol. S2, p. 1009.

February 20, 1904. CHAP. 161.-An Act To authorize the sale of a part of what is known as the Red (S. 1490.)

Lake Indian Reservation, in the State of Minnesota. [Public, No. 23.)

Whereas James McLaughlin, United States Indian inspector, did, Rear Lake Indian on the tenth day of March, anno Domini nineteen hundred and two, Reservation, Minne- make and conclude an agreement with the adult male Indians of the

Red Lake Reservation, in the State of Minnesota, which said agree

ment is in words and figures as follows: Agreement with “This agreement made and entered into this tenth day of March, Chippewa Indians for sale of.

nineteen hundred and two, by and between James McLaughlin, United States Indian Inspector, on the part of the United States, and the Red Lake and Pembina bands of Chippewa Indians belonging on the Red

Lake Reservation in the State of Minnesota, witnesseth: Lands ceded. "ARTICLE I. The said Indians belonging on the Red Lake Indian

Reservation, Minnesota, for the consideration hereinafter named, do hereby cede, surrender, grant, and convey to the United States all their claim, right, title and interest in and to all that part of the Red Lake Indian reservation situate within the boundaries of Red Lake County, Minnesota, as said county is at present defined and organized the tract hereby ceded being more particularly described as embracing all that part of the said Red Lake Indian Reservation lying west of the range line between .ranges thirty-eight (38) and thirty-nine (39) west of the Fifth (5th) Principal Meridian, the tract of land hereby ceded approximating two hundred and fifty-six thousand one hundred and fifty-two (256,152) acres, and also hereby agree that all of said Indians now residing on the tract hereby ceded shall remove to the diminished reservation within six months after the ratification of this agreement, and shall be paid not exceeding five thousand (5000) dollars in cash by the Indians of said Red Lake Reservation out of the first payment received by them from the proceeds of this cession said five thousand (5000) dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid equitable to those thus removing, in proportion to the value of their respective improvements, which payment by said Red Lake Indians, shall be in full for all improvements which they will abandon, and also for the removal within the diminished reservation of their dead from

where they are now buried on the tract hereby ceded. Price.

“ ARTICLE II. In consideration of the land ceded, relinquished, and conveyed by Article I of this agreement, the United States stipulates and agrees to pay to said Indians, in the manner hereinafter provided,

the sum of one million (1,000,000) dollars. Per capita payment “ ARTICLE III. It is understood that of the amount to be paid to

said Indians, as stipulated by Article II of this agreement, the sum of two hundred and fifty thousand (250,000) dollars shall be paid in cash, per capita, share and share alike, to each man, woman and child belonging on said Red Lake Indian Reservation, within ninety (90) days after the ratification of this agreement, and the remainder of the said sum of one million dolars, viz, seven hundred and fifty thousand (750,000) dollars shall be paid in cash, per capita, in fifteen (15) annual installments of fifty thousand (50,000) dollars each, the first of which fifteen annual installments to be paid in the month of October of the year following that in which payment of the said two hundred and Gifty thousand (250,000) dollars is made, as provided in this agreement, and in the month of October of each year thereafter of the succeeding

fourteen years, covering the period of said fifteen annual installments. Apportionment of

in cash

of “ARTICLE IV. It is further agreed that the said Indians belonging

on said Red Lake Indian Reservation, Minnesota, shall possess their diminished Reservation independent of all other bands of the Chippewa tribe of Indians and shall be entitled to allotments thereon of one hundred and sixty (160) acres each, of either agricultural or pine land, the different class of land to be apportioned as equitably as possible among the allottees.

lands.

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