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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. C11. 4. 1913. 91 The unexpended balance of mone heretofore appropriated for §§°kYr§%{é¤ B¤¤d· the settlipg of Chief Rocky Bo ’s bsand of Chippewa Indians is v¤iiIi°Zs,i>.s»£. hereby m e available for expenditure for the sup rt and civilization of said Indians and shall remain available expended. For the employment of "line riders" along the southern and ,i,iE’Q'§¥i°’*“g "“”" eastern boundaries of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in the State of Montana, $1,500. That me Secretary er am rumaor is hereby a¤am1za1,1¤ his dis- §€.’§£°’§.€t2?°*:;?§; cretion, to withdraw from the Treasury the entire share of the "°m P°m*¤°¤* ’¤¤d· Northern Cheyenne Indians in the permanent fund created under section seventeen of the Act of Congress approved March second, V°1'25"‘8°5‘ eighteen hundred and eighty-nine (United States Statutes at Large, volume twenty-five, page eight hundred and egghty-eight), which amount is $48,075.07, and to expend it for the ben t of said Northern Cheyenne Indians in the purchase of stock cattle or such articles as in his judgment will best advance said Indians in civilization and self-support. There is hereby made available $50,000 of any tribal funds now in &°,,,k§&I“,‘,§’,§;}’,,·p_ the Treasug of the United States to the credit of the Blackfeet y<¤&_¤¢¤—. ¤·¤¤¤¢riM Indians of ontana, for expenditure by the Secretary of the Interior, lm under such regulations as he may prescribe, for the romotion of civilization and self-·support among the Indians resiging on and having tribal rights on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. NEBRASKA. N•b¤¤¤¤ Sec. 11. For support and education of three hundred and seventy- °°”°° “°l‘°°’· five Indian pupils at the Indian school at Genoa, Nebraska, and for pay of superintendent, $62,300; for general repairs and improvements, $4,500; for cottage for superintendent, $5,500; in all, $72,300. For pay of one clerk at $1,400, one financial clerk at $1,200, one §Vm”Q,“,§‘?,g‘§s‘{ ·*g°“°’· assistant clerk at $720, and one laborer at $720 at Winnebago A¥ncy, Nebraska; in all, $4,040. or repairingqthe Government bridge across the Niobrara River in §f,°p‘§°,,gg*§j',$,’éB_ Knox County, ebraska, for the use o the Santee and Ponca Indians, $1,200. NEVADA. N°“"°· Sec. 12. For support and civilization of Indians in Nevada, includ- d£X§’lX"’ °‘°"°' I"' ingvpay of employees, $18,500. _ _ or su port and education of three hundred Indian pupils at the °¤¤°¤°”Y S°**°°*· Indian sdlrool at Carson City, Nevada, and for pay of superintendent, $50,100; for general repairs and improvements, $6,000; in all, $56,100. NEW MEXICO. Nar ¤·¤*·=¤- Sec. 13. For support and education of four hundred Indian pupils A“’°q“°'q°° S°h°°l‘ at the Indian school at Albuquerque, New Mexico, and for pay of superintendent, $68,600; for general repairs and improvements, $5,000; new buildings, $15,000; in all, $88,600. _ S MF Scum For support and education of three hundred Indian pup1ls_ at the ““ ° Indian sc ool at Santa Fe, New Mexico, and for pay of supermtendent, $51,900; for general repairs and improvements, $6,000; for water supply, $1,600 _; for girls’ dormitory, $18,000; in all, $77,500. N R mn For the construction of a brid e across the San Juan River at B’§Q§ §Z,°§§`§ sm Shiprock, New Mexico, on the bgrvajo Indian Reservation, to be faux "°' 8* Sm? immediately available, $16,500 which said sum shall be reimbursed to the United States by the Navajo Indians, and shall_remam_a charge and lien upon the lands, lproperty, and funds belonging to said Navajo Indians until paid in fu .