INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

Vol. IV, Laws     (Compiled to March 4, 1927)

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1929.


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Chapter 5
December 6, 1924. | [H. R. 9561.] 43 Stat., 704.

An Act Making additional appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1925, to enable the heads of the several departments and independent establishments to adjust the rates of compensation of civilian employees in certain of the field services.

Margin Notes
Chap. 5 Additional appropriations for civilian field services employees, fiscal year 1925.
Chap. 5 42 Stat.,1488.
Chap. 5 Interior Department.
Chap. 5 Indian Affairs Bureau.
Chap. 5 Probate matters.
Chap. 5 Surveying.
Chap. 5 Industrial work.
Chap. 5 Water supply development.
Chap. 5 Irrigation and drainage.
Chap. 5 Indian schools.
Chap. 5 Relief of distress, etc.
Chap. 5 Support and civilization.

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Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That to enable the heads of the several departments and independent establishments to adjust the compensation of civilian employees in certain field services to correspond, so far as may be practicable, to the rates established by the Classification Act of 1923 for positions in the departmental services in the District of Columbia the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the service of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1925, namely:

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

Bureau of Indian Affairs: For general expenses, Indian Service, $20,850; for purchase and transportation of supplies, $11,580; for inspectors, Indian Service, $2,000; for pay of judges, Indian courts, $13,660.80; for pay of Indian police, $79,012; for suppressing liquor traffic among Indians, $3,060; and for Indian school and agency buildings, $1,300; in all, general expenses, $131,462.80.

For expenses in probate matters: For determining heirs of deceased Indian allottees, $13,580; and for probate attorneys, Five Civilized Tribes, $7,530; in all, $21,110.

For surveying of Indian lands: For surveying and allotting Indian reservations (reimbursable), $840; and for council for Pueblo Indians in New Mexico, $500; in all, $1,340.

Industrial assistance and advancement: For industrial work and care of timber, $107,936.

Development of water supply: For maintenance and operation of water works, Papago Indian villages, Arizona, $480; for water supply, Navajo and Hopi Indians, $900; and for water supply, Pueblo Indians, New Mexico, $300; in all, $1,680.

Irrigation and drainage: For irrigation, Indian reservations (reimbursable), $27,850; for maintenance and operation, irrigation system, Pima Indian lands, Arizona (reimbursable), $1,200; for irrigation project, Gila River Reservation, Arizona (reimbursable), $2,160; for maintenance and operation irrigation system, Colorado River Reservation, Arizona (reimbursable), $1,840; for maintenance and operation, Ganado irrigation project, Navajo Reservation, Arizona (reimbursable), $300; for maintenance and operation, pumping plants, San Xavier Reservation, Arizona (reimbursable), $240; for improvement, maintenance, and operation, Fort Hall irrigation systems, Idaho (reimbursable), $3,380; for irrigation system, Fort Hall Reservation and ceded lands, Idaho, $12,080; for maintenance and operation, irrigation systems, Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana (reimbursable), $2,150; for irrigation systems, Flathead Reservation, Montana (reimbursable), $7,760; for irrigation systems, Blackfeet Reservation, Montana (reimbursable), $4,020; for improvement, maintenance, and operation, irrigation systems, Crow Reservation,

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Montana (reimbursable), $5,340; for improvement, maintenance, and operation, Hogback irrigation project, Navajo Reservation, New Mexico (reimbursable), $1,180; for proceeds of Uintah and White River Ute lands; Utah, $6,120; for maintenance and operation, Toppenish-Simcoe irrigation system, Yakima Reservation, Washington (reimbursable), $240; for maintenance and operation, Ahtanum irrigation system, Yakima Reservation, Washington (reimbursable), $480; for diversion dam and distribution and drainage system, Yakima Reservation, Washington (reimbursable), $1,600; for maintenance, irrigation system, Wapato project, special fund, Act of August 30, 1914, $5,880; for Satus irrigation project, Yakima Reservation, Washington (reimbursable), $8,180; for irrigation system, Wind River Diminished Reservation, Wyoming (reimbursable), $1,560; for maintenance, irrigation system, Wind River Diminished Reservation, Wyoming, special fund, $6,220; and for the diversion dam, Gila River Reservation, Arizona (reimbursable), $6,070; in all, irrigation and drainage, $105,850.

Education: For support, Indian schools, $393,423; for Indian schools, as follows: Fort Mojave, Arizona, $11,280; Phoenix, Arizona, $24,750; Truxton Canyon, Arizona, $4,980; Theodore Roosevelt School, Fort Apache, Arizona, $16,980; Riverside, California, $28,330; Fort Bidwell, California, $4,580; Lawrence, Kansas, $33,930; Mount Pleasant, Michigan, $17,750; Pipestone, Minnesota, $10,270; Genoa, Nebraska, $14,950; Carson City, Nevada, $15,430; Albuquerque, New Mexico, $21,695; Santa Fe, New Mexico, $16,970; Cherokee, North Carolina, $12,560; Bismarck, North Dakota, $5,080; Fort Totten, North Dakota, $18,100; Wahpeton, North Dakota, $8,650; Chilocco, Oklahoma, $22,800; Cherokee Orphan Training School, Oklahoma, $10,475; Salem, Oregon, $29,340; Flandreau, South Dakota, $16,260; Pierre, South Dakota, $10,040; Rapid City, South Dakota, $13,680; Hayward, Wisconsin, $11,960; Tomah, Wisconsin, $12,360; Shoshone Reservation, Wyoming, $6,400; for support of Chippewas of the Mississippi, Minnesota, $1,240; for Indian schools, Five Civilized Tribes, $3,240; and for education, Sioux Nation, South Dakota, $109,060; in all, education, $906,563.

Relief of distress and conservation of health: For relieving distress and prevention, and so forth, of diseases among Indians, $96,270; for asylum for insane Indians, Canton, South Dakota, $8,320; in all, $104,590.

General support and civilization: For support of Indians, as follows: In Arizona, $44,830; California, $8,980; Seminoles in Florida, $540; at Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho, $4,770; Fort Belknap Agency, Montana, $4,560; Flathead Agency, Montana, $1,830; Fort Peck Agency, Montana, $7,540; Blackfeet Agency, Montana, $11,780; for support of Rocky Boy's Band of Chippewas and other Indians in Montana, $880; for support of Indians in Nevada, $7,040; in New Mexico, $37,980; for support of Sioux, Devils Lake Reservation, North Dakota, $2,240; for support of the Indians at Fort Berthold Agency North Dakota, $4,300; the Chippewas, Turtle Mountain Band, North Dakota, $3,560; Wichitas and affiliated bands, Oklahoma, $1,160; Kansas Indians, Oklahoma, $320; Kickapoos, Oklahoma, $740; Pocas, Oklahoma, $1,680; Grande Ronde and Siletz Agencies, Oregon, $1,560; Yankton Sioux, $1,140; for support of Indians in Utah, $1,150; for Colville and other agencies and Joseph's Band of Nez Perces, Washington, $2,060; Makahs in Washington, $420; Dwamish and other allied tribes in Washington, $1,180; Chippewas of Lake Superior, Wisconsin, $640 ; Potawatomies, Wisconsin, $780; Cour d'Alenes, Idaho, $1,360; Bannocks, employees, Idaho, $2,160; for relief of Choctaws in Mississippi, $1,440; for education of Choctaws in Mississippi, $2,160; for fulfilling treaties with Crows, Montana, $1,700; for support of Northern Cheyennes

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and Arapahoes, Montana, $9,720; for support of Pawnees, schools, $1,140; support of Pawnees, employees, $1,990; support of Quapaws, employees, Oklahoma, $540; for administration of affairs, Five Civilized Tribes, $30,314; for support of Indians of Warm Springs Agency, Oregon (reimbursable), $760; Sioux of different tribes, employees, and so forth, South Dakota, $53,426; confederated bands of Utes, employees, and so forth, Utah, $9,200; Spokanes, Washington, $320; Shoshones, employees, and so forth, Wyoming, $2,240; and for insect infestation, Indian Service, $400; in all, for general support and civilization, $272,530. Total, Bureau of Indian Affairs, $1,653,061.80.

Approved, December 6, 1924.


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