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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 222. 1914. 593 MONTANA. M¤¤¢==¤e— Sec. 9. For support and civilization of the Indians at Fort Belknap di§ri··ii;)m' will In Aglency, Montana, including pay of employees, $20,000. aiyiicka B° ]"”°P or_ support and civilization of Indians at Flathead Agency, Mon- `1°° ‘**‘·g°“°$’· tana, inc uding pay of employees, $12,000. For support and civilization of Indians at Fort Peck Agency, Mon- F°”° mk Ag°°°y‘ tana, inc uding paiy of employees, $30,000. For support an civilization of Indians at Blacldeet Agency, Mon- Bl“°k'°°t"g°°°"‘ tana, inc uding pay of employees, $15,000. Fm Bump my For maintenance and operation includingtrepairs, of the Milk River mation. irrigation system on the Fort Relkna eservation, in Montana, $’:""°" S"‘"“°‘ $20,000, reimbursable in accordance with the provisions of the Act of ° ° 3°’p‘ F" April fourth, nineteen hundred and ten. For continuing the construction of irrigation systems to iriigate the t;£11f’th°“d R°°°‘“' allotted lands of the Indians of the Flathead Reservation, in ontana, I”‘¤°°*°¤ SYS'°°¤=-¤· and the unallotted irrigable lands to be or which have been heretofore disposed of under authority of law, includi.ng_ the necessary surveys, plans, and estimates, $200,000 reimbursable in accordance with the vol 36 277 provisions of the Act of April fourth, nineteen hundred and ten, and ’P' ' to remain available until expended. _ For contin the construction of irrigation systems to 1r1§ate u§,lf’°"’°"t R°°°""‘ the lands of t&“i...a.a of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, in on- I”*¤¤**°¤ =Y=*¢¤·=· tana including the necessary surveys, plans, and estimates, $50 000, reimbursable in accordance with the provisions of the Act of March V°1‘“*P‘1°“l‘ first, nineteen hrmdred and seven, and to remain available until 6XE.°nd°d‘ . . . . Fon PBC}: Reservaor continuing construction of irrigation s§tems to irngate allotted mm. lands of the Indians of the Fort Peck Indian eservation, in Montana, I'"g°"°“ S"‘““‘°‘ including necessary surveys, plans, and estimates, $50,000, the same _ to be reimbursable, and to remain available until expended: Pro- PL§$,'{§°;0u¤,,ll°t,,,d vided, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized to °”{,*g{°gé P 558 make allotments in accordance with the provisions o the Act of May ' ' thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eight (Thirty-fifth Statutes, page tive hundred and fifty-eight), to chi dren on the Fort Peck Reservation who have not received, but who are entitled to, allotments as long as any of the surplus lands within said reservation remain undisposed of, such allotments to be made under such rules and re lations as the Secretaryl of the Interior mal? prescribe. For fulfilling treaties wit Crows, Montana: or pay of phtysician, Q-'°,,§,'§,,,8,,.,,,,,_ $1,200; and for pay of carpenter, miller, enggneer, farmer, an black- V°*· 15·1>·652· smith (article ten, treaty o May seventh, eig teen hundred and sixty- eight), $3,600; for 5ay of second blacksmith (article eight, same treaty), $1,200; in , $6,000. _ _ For piiyment to the trustees of school district numbered twenty- u§£$h°"d °°““"* three, athead County, Montana, for the tuition of Indian children \;{;£*¤¤ 0* I¤di=~¤ during the year nineteen hundred and twelve, $471.60. P ` For subsistence and civilization of the Northern Cheyennes and ,u§T,1.§‘§,3f,:..1§*?’°““°“ Arapahoes (agreement with the Sioux Indians, approved February S¤‘¤*¤*°¤°°·°'**· twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven), including v¤¤.1»,p.zs6. subsistence and civilization of Northern Cheyennes removed from Pine Ridge Agtency to Tongue River, Montana, and for pay of physi- Ph"“`*“"· °*°‘ cian, two teac ers, two car enters, one miller, two farmers, a lack- _ _ smith, and engineer (article seven, treaty of May tenth, eighteen l'°"1°·*"°58* hundred and sixty-eight), $85,000. For the employment of "line riders" along the southern and eastern ,,,,§,{,'g¥2}°>”'¤8 "“¤¤ boundaries of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in the ` State of Montana, $1,500. For the suptport and civilization of Rocky Boy’s Band of Chip- mF~¤¤kv B<>y’s Bwd. ewas, and o er indigent and homeless Indians in the State of suppomac. Montana, including pay of employees, $10,000. 91006°-vox. 38--rr 1-—38