628 FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 209. 1893. water supply for agricultural, stock, and domestic purposes, on the Navajo Indian Reservation, forty thousand dollars, to be expended in the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior; in all, forty-seven thousand five hundred dollars. nmusmcmymu For subsistence and civilization of the Northern Cheyenne and ""° ”"‘1‘°"°· Arapaho Indians on the Tongue River, in Montana, twenty-tive thousand dollars. ‘ N¤=P¤r¤¤s,Jos¤ph’¤ For the purchase of agricultural implements and support and civiliza- ""‘°‘ tion of J oseph’s band of Nez Perces Indians, twelve thousand dollars rm rms; runs. For support and civilization of the Nez Perces Indians in Idaho, including pay of physician six thousand five hundred dollars rum. For support and civilization of the Poncas, including pay of em- Proviso. ployees, eighteen thousand dollars: Provided, that this amount be di- DM·i¤¤· vided pro rata among all the members of said tribe in the Indian Territory and in South Dakota. qususmu and For support and civilization of the Quinaielts and Quillehutes, in- Q°m°l‘°t°“' cluding pay of employees, four thousand dollars. $l¤·b**¤· For temporary support and civilization of the Shebits tribe of Indians ` in Washington County, Utah, to enable them to become self-supportin g, the purchase of anamals, implements. seeds, clothing, and other neces- - sary articles, for the erection of houses, and for the temporary employ- ment of a person to supervise the purchases and their distribution to the Shebits, two thousand five hundred dollars. S!=¤¤¥¤•>¤¤¤. Wyo- For support and civilization of Shoshone Indians in Wyoming, fifteen thousand dollars. suosnmm, Nev. For support and civilization of Shoshone Indians in Nevada, includ- , ing pay of employees, ten thousand dollars. S¤¤¤i¤·p1<¤. F1•- Support of Seminoles in Florida: For support, civilization, and instruction of the Seminole Indians in Florida, six thousand dollars. -’ sum, num me For support and civilization of Sioux of Devils Lake, including pay of employees, six thousand dollars. 8‘K1¤¤¤¤¤¤· For support and civilization of the S’Klallam Indians, including pay ` of employees, three thousand dollars. " T¤¤¤*•·- For support and civilization of the Tonkawa Indians, and for seeds and agricultural implements, five thousand dollars. W·11_:d¥%¤1¤. ¤·y· For support and civilization of the Walla Walla, Cayuse and Uma- °’°°’ "Mm"' wa tribes, including pay of employees, six thousand five hundred dols. d,¥f_"é’,‘}_*¥'“‘°*' I"' Support of Mission Indians: For support and civilization of Indians at the Mission Agency, California, including pay of employees, ten thousand dollars. xnmu. For support and civilization of the Yakamas and other Indians at said agency, including pay of employees, ten thousand dollars. _, $$:1* C2-¢*•¤•· To enable the Secretary of the Interior to purchase, land and sub- ’ ‘ sistence and other necessaries for the support of the Digger Indians of Central California, at Jackson, in said State, and for such other pur- _ _ poses as may be deemed necessary for the civilization of said Indians, a&¤:¤¤¤·ii¤¢¤¤y ·*•¤— ten thousand dollars, to be immediately available. A primary day ‘ _ school may be established and maintained out of said appropriation. “ffoj‘,,8;;*,f,;:D';:_ '°' The Secretary of the Interior may in his discretion, establish such regulations as will prevent the issuing of rations or the furnishing of subsistence either in money or in kind to the head of any Indian family for on account of any Indian child or children between the ages of eight and twenty·0ne years who shall not have attended school during the Exceptions. preceding year in accordance with such regulations. This provision shall not apply to reservations or part of reservations where sufficient school facilities have not been furnished nor until full notice of such regulations shall have been given t · the Indians to be aifected thereby. Accounts. The amount and value of subsistence so withheld shall be credited to the tribe or tribes from whom the same is withheld, to be issued and paid when in the judgment of the Secretary of the Interior they shall have fully complied with such regulations.
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