FORTY-SEVEN TH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 163. 1882. 85 MISCELLANEOUS. Miscellaneous. Pay of Indian police: For the service of not exceeding one thousand Indian p•>1i<=¤· pmvatcs at tivo dollars per mouth each, and not exceeding one hundred officcrs at eight dollars por mouth each, of Indian police, and for the purchase of equipments and rations for- policemen of non-ration agencies, to be employed in maintaining order and prohibiting illegal ` iwuor on tho several Indian reservations eighty-two thousan o For support of industrial schools and for other educational purposes I ¤ d ¤ ¤ t 1‘ i • I for the Indian tribes, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. °°h°°]“· For support of Indian industria.1 school at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, C¤rli¤l¤. P3- smd for transportation of children to and from said school, sixty-seven thousand five hundred dollars; for annual allowance to Captain B. H. Prog, in chang; of Said Ingign ixidusgial school one thousand dollars; in a , sixty-ci g t t ousmi vo un cd dollars. For support and education of one hundred Indian children at tho H¤m1>t¤¤» V¤~ school at Hampton, Virginia, sixteen thousand seven hundred dollars. For support of Indian industrial school at Forest Grove, Oregon, Forest Grove, thirty thousand dollars; and said sum shall be disbursed upon the Omgbasis of an allowance of two hundred dollars for the support and edu- cation of each scholar, and not exceeding ive hundred dollars of said sua: rhay be used for the transportation of children to and hom said sc oo . * . And the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized to cause to be I ¤ d ¤ ¤ * ¤' i • I constructed, at a point in the Indian Territory adjacent to tho south· ggdwx "' ern boundary of tho State of Kansas and ucar to tho Ponca and Paw- 1,,,;;,,, -1-,,,;. noo reservations, and upon u section of land suitable in quality and tory. location for the industrial purposes of said school, which section of land is hereby reserved for said purpose, a. building suitable in size and convenience for the instruction and cam of one hundred and fifty Indian children, and shall cause to be instructed therein, in tho English language and in industrial pursuits, tho children of such of the Indian tribes located in tho Indian Territory as am least provided for under existing treaties or laws; and for this purpose there is hereby approprimed the sum of twenty-ilvo thousand dollars, or so much thereof as · may be necessary to be immediately available: Provided, That' not AWW- exceeding fiftcou thousand dollars of this sum shall be expended in the erection, completion, and fumishiug of said building. And the Secretary of the Interior is hereby further authorized to Dakota Toniouuse to be constructed, at somo suitable point on tho Sioux rosorva- *¤¤· tiun, in Dakota Territory, and upon a section of land suitable in quality and location for the industrial purposes of said school, which section of land is hereby rescrvcd for said purpose, a building suitable in size and convenience for the instruction and com of one hundred and fifty Indian children, and shall cause to be instructed therein, in tho English language and in industrial pursuits, tho children of the Indian tribes located on said reservation, or in his discretion tho Secretary of the Iu~ tcrior may establish said school in the school building now standing on the Pawnee reservation, in State of Nebraska; and for this purpose there is hereby appropriated the sum of twentyilvo thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be immediately available: Provided, That if tho Secretary of the Interior shall not establish said Amino. school in tho buildings on the late Pawnee reservation, that not exceeding fiftecu thousand dollars of this sum shall be expended in the croction, completion, and furnishing of said building. And the Secretary of tho Interior is further authorized and directed ¤¢¤¤•“¤¤¤¥ !¤· ro provide for the cam, support, and education of one hunmd Imlhp :*:=°:H°:‘nf: children not bE10DglI;5 to tho tivo civilized tribes in the Indian Tom· gnu, tory at any establish industrial, agricultural, or mechanical school or schools other than thosc herein provided for, in any of the of tho Unitoal States, such schools to bs solocusd by him fgom apphcauons
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