FIFTY-SECON D CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 209. 1893. 643 a half per acre for any land between ninety seven and one-half degrees west longitude and ninety-eight and one-half degrees west longitude, and the sum of one dollar per acre for any land west of ninety-eight and one half degrees west longitude, and shall also pay interest upon the Intermamount so to be paid for said land from the date of entry to the date _ of iinal payment therefor at the rate of four per centum per annum. No mn to mm No person shall be permitted to occupy or enter upon any of the pntiiw proclamation lands herein referred to, except in the manner prescribed by the proc- ‘““°“· lamation of the President opening the same to settlement; and any person otherwise occupying or entering upon any of said lands shall forfeit all right to acquire any of said lands. The Secretary of the ig¤¤¤¤~:¢¤-fir ¤§¤¤· Interior shall, under the direction of the President, prescribe rules and W °°’ ° °"° '"` °‘ regulations, not inconsistent with this act, for the occupation and settlement of said lands, to be incorporated in the proclamation of the President, which shall be issued at least twenty days before the time rims of issue or fixed for the opening of said lands. *""°‘“'“‘*‘°“· The allotments provided for in the fifth section of said agreement Allotments. shall be made without delay by the person entitled thereto, and shall be coniirmed by the Secretary of the Interior before the date when said lands shall be declared open to settlement- and the allotments so made shall be published by the Secretary of the Interior, for the protection oi proposed settlers. And a sum equal to one dollar and forty cents per mP"§•},¤°**•>¤ *1*; *1}; acre for the lands so allotted shall be deducted from the full amount ot mstmiin the deferred payments, hereby appropriated for: Provided, That D. W. mg; hm, ;*,Qg§§;*£ Bushyhead, having made permanent or valuable improvements prior to non of umm mm. the first day of November, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, on the lands ceded by the said agreement, he shall be authorized to select a quarter section of the lands ceded thereby, whether reserved or otherwise, prior to the opening of said lands to public settlement; but he shall be required to pay for such selection, at the same rate per acre as T-’¤¥¤¤¤*· other settlers, into the Treasury of the United States in such manner as the Secretary of the Interior shall direct. The President of the United States may establish, in his discretion, Land omm. one or more land offices to be located either in the lands to be opened, or at some convenient place or places in the adjoining organized Territory of Oklahoma; and to nominate, and by and with the advice and B¤si¤¤¤r¤ and ¤>» consent of the Senate, to appoint registers and receivers thereof °°"°"° The sum of five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be neces- 0,g°m§j£;j;i<>¤» ¤*¤··» sary, the same to be immediately available, is hereby appropriated, out rtitnanzeiy mmof any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to pay for “"'°· the services of the appraisers to be appointed as aforesaid, at a rate not _ , exceeding ten dollars a day for the time actually employed by each ap- I""”°‘ praiser, and their reasonable expenses, and to enable the Commissioner of Indian Aifairs, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, to effect the removal of intruders required by the first paragraph of m_f°‘“°"“‘ °*` *¤*¤**‘· article two of said agreement as amended. ` The sum of five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be neces- Fxvm ¤<=·=¤¤¤¤¤¤¢·· sary, the same to be immediately available, is hereby appropriated, out ;,,,,,..,.n.m, .v,,n. of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to enable the ¤b'°· Commissioner of Indian Affairs, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, to employ such expert person or persons to properly render_a complete account to the Cherokee Nation of moneys due said nation, as required in the fourth subdivision of article two of said agreement. crommwa moms LANDS ,,,,€,‘gf"‘°"'“ ‘”"‘“" Sec. 11. That the sum of thirty thousand six hundred dollars, or so uP=·>g*;jgg f··;l¤¤gy· much thereof as may be necessary is hereby appropriated, out of any uligien sms-Q° ° money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the same to be immediately available, to pay the Tonkawa tribe of Indians in the Territory of Oklahoma for all their right, title, claim, and interest of every kind and character in and to four townships of land, containing ninety
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