Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1929.
|Chap. 94||Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1920.|
|Chap. 94||Judgment, Indian depredation claim.|
|Chap. 94||Payment of.|
28 Stat., 853, vol. 1, 60.
|Chap. 94||Proviso. Certificate from Attorney General.|
|Chap. 94||Right of appeal.|
|Chap. 94||Audited claims.|
|Chap. 94||Payment of, certified by accounting officers.|
|Chap. 94||18 Stat., 110.|
|Chap. 94||23 Stat., 254.|
|Chap. 94||Claims allowed by Auditor for Interior Department.|
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to supply deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, and prior fiscal years, and for other purposes, namely:
For payment of the judgment rendered by the Court of Claims in an Indian depredation case, certified to Congress in Senate Document Numbered 220, of the present session, $1,115; said judgment to be paid after the deductions required to be made under the provisions of section 6 of the Act approved March 3, 1891, entitled "An Act to provide for the adjustment and payment of claims arising from Indian depredations," shall have been ascertained and duly certified by the Secretary of the Interior to the Secretary of the Treasury, which certification shall be made as soon as practicable after the passage of this Act, and such deductions shall be made according to the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior, having due regard to the educational and other necessary requirements of the tribe or tribes affected; and the amounts paid shall be reimbursed to the United States at such times and in such proportions as the Secretary of the Interior may decide to be for the interests of the Indian Service: Provided, That the said judgment shall not be paid until the Attorney General shall have certified to the Secretary of the Treasury that there exist no grounds sufficient, in his opinion, to support a motion for a new trial or an appeal of said cause.
The above judgment shall not be paid until the right of appeal shall have expired.
That for the payment of the following claims, certified to be due by the several accounting officers of the Treasury Department under appropriations the balances of which have been exhausted or carried to the surplus fund under the provisions of section 5 of the Act of June 20, 1874, and under appropriations heretofore treated as permanent, being for the service of the fiscal year 1917 and prior years, unless otherwise stated, and which have been certified to Congress under section 2 of the Act of July 7, 1884, as fully set forth in House Document Numbered 606, reported to Congress at its present session, there is appropriated as follows:
For relieving distress and prevention, and so forth, of diseases among Indians, $46.24.
For Indian schools, support, 1 cent.
For purchase and transportation of Indian supplies, $104.17.
For purchase and transportation of Indian supplies, 1918, $8,557.12.
For purchase and transportation of Indian supplies, 1919, $83,468.95.
For telegraphing and telephoning, Indian service, 1918, $32.55.
For court costs, and so forth, in suits involving lands allotted to Indians, $82.50.
For pay of Indian police, $5.82.
For industry among Indians, $22.85.
For water supply, Navajo and Hopi Indians, Arizona (reimbursable), 1918 and 1919, $297.10.
For Indian school, Greenville, California, 1919, $191.10.
For Indian school, Kickapoo Reservation, Kansas, 22 cents.
For support of Indians in Nevada, $1.03.
For Indian school, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1919, 20 cents.
For Indian school, Wahpeton, North Dakota, 1919, $2.97.
For support of Pawnees, schools, Oklahoma, 1919, $15.40.
For Indian school, Salem, Oregon, 1919, $68.72.
For support of Sioux of different tribes, subsistence and civilization, South Dakota, $3.88.
Approved, March 6, 1920.