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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 222. 1914. 595 NEW New York. Sec. 13. For fulfilling treaties with Senecas of New York: For per- S_(°§,,°§‘§€,_ manent annuity in lieu of interest on stock (Act of February mne- V°‘·‘·P·“2· teenth, hteen hundred and thirt}y·one), $6,000. Bm, U For fiilglling treaties with Six ations of New York: For perma- ,4muilyY°S` nent annuity, in clothing and other useful articles (article six, treaty V°’· ’· P·‘6· of November eleventh, seventeen hundred and nmety-four), $4,500. NORTH CAROLINA. Nm ¤·¤··¤¤·- SEO. 14. For support and education of one hundred and eigllillty Cb°'°k°° S°h°°L Indian pupils at the Indian school at Cherokee, North Caro a, including pay of superintendent, $30,000; for general repairs and improvements, $6,000; in all, $36,000. NORTH DAKOTA. N°'"* D°"°*·"· Sec. 15. For suplport and civilization of the Sioux of Devils Lake, §°§,`;,,°§,{"§‘§S§‘}Y" North Dakota, inc udrng pay of emlployees, $5,000. F°g;_ l’°*lh°ld For su rt and civilization of drans at Fort Berthold Agency, Ai°¤§»p¤r-t, sane: ru. in North lliaikota, including pay of emlpgiyees, $15 000. ‘""‘“‘ For sup ort and civilization of Turt e ountain Band of Chippewas, C,,°fQ,”p£l$,,]f°““t°‘“ North Dakota, including pay of employees $11,000. SuPP°l't»°*&• vf- For su port and education of one hundred Indian pupils at the Bimmk S‘*"°"" Indian school, Bismarck, North Dakota, including pay of superintendent, $18,200; for general repairs and improvements, $2,000; in all, $20 200. That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized, within his s¤§iii§°d°¤i=¤pai¤iyit°r discretion, to grant and convey to the Bismarck Water Supply Com- ,,,,,;,,¤;1,2,,,2,g_W¤¤ °" pan , a corporation organized and existing under the laws 0 the State of Viest Vir ` , an easement or right 0 way for use for a. pumping station and ior other necessary buildings, tracks, mains, water ipes, and wells on lands appertaining to the Indian school, Bismarck, North Dakota, and now occupied by said Bismarck Water Srfgply Company, for the (purpose of pumping water from the Missouri ver C,,,,,,m,,,,,_ to its reservoir an to supply its patrons with water such grant to be made upon such conditions as the Secretariy of the Interior shall afprescribe, and such easement to continue so ong as used for the ore- Saidl u Osm . otteu sc l Foii slupp rt and education of four hundred Indian pupils at Fort FMT hm! Totten Ingiim School, Fort Totten _North Dakota, and for pay of superintendent $68,500; for rebuild1ng_da‘;iHr barn, $5,000; for general repairs and improvements, $6,000* m , $79,500. wahpem 8,,,m,_ For su port and education of two hundred Indian pupils at the Indian school, Wahpeton, North Dakota, and pay of superintendent, $35,200; for genera repairs and improvements, $3,000; forextension of power plant, improvement of water system and addition to power plant, $15,000; in all, $53,200. _ _ Smding Rock R__ That the Secretary of the Interior be and he is hereby, authorized mmm. to withdraw from the Treasu of the Ulnited States not to exceed the ,,,,*’ ,,§{ °°‘“° sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, of the principal sum on depoét to thecredit of the In 'ans on the Standing ock Indian Reservation, in North Dakota and South Dakota, for the purose of purchasing cattle for the use of said Indians to enable them to Promos become self-supporting: Prormiled, That said sum shall be expended Rapaygsur. under conditions to be prescribed by` the Secretag of the Interior for its repayment and flaced into the reasu to the credit of the said tribe on or before une thirtieth, nineteenrlmndred and twenty-five: Mmm, m,,,,,,,,¤_ Pmmkled further, That the Secret of the Interior shall submit to pmduum- Congress annually on the first Moirhyay in December a detailed statement as to the expenditure of this fund.