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REPORT

OF

COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Washington, D. C., October 8, 1877.

SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith a statement showing the liability of the United States to Indian tribes under treaty stipulations, as requested by your letter of the 18th ultimo.

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A copy of the letter of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, dated the 6th instant, forwarding the statement to the department, is also inclosed.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

The Hon. the SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

C. SCHURZ,
Secretary.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
OFFICE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS,
Washington, October 6, 1877.

SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith a statement showing the liability of the United States to Indian tribes under treaty stipulations, as requested by the honorable the Secretary of the Treasury, whose letter is herewith returned.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

The Hon. the SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.

E. A. HAYT,

Commissioner.

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Chippewas,
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Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian tribes under treaty stipulations-Continued.

Description of annuities, &c.

Al'owance during the pleasure of the Presi-
dent for blacksmiths, assistants, shops and
tools, iron and steel, wagon-maker, educa-
tion and assistance in agricultural opera-
tions, &c.

Interest on $200,000 held in trust, sixth article
treaty August 7, 1856.
Interest on $675,168 held in trust, third article
treaty June 14, 1866, to be expended under
the direction of the Secretary of the Interior.
For supplying male persons over fourteen
years of age with a suit of good, substantial,
woolen clothing; females over twelve years
of age a flannel skirt or goods to make the
same, a pair of woolen hose, calico and do-
mestic; and boys and girls under the ages
named such flannel and cotton goods as their
necessities may require.

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For the purchase of such articles from time One installment due

to time as the necessities of the Indians
may indicate to be proper.

For pay of physician, carpenter, miller, en-
gineer, farmer, and blacksmith.
Twenty installments, for pay of teacher and
for books and stationery.
Blacksmith, iron and steel, and for seeds and
agricultural implements.
For the purchase of such beneficial objects as
the condition and necessities of the Indians
may require.

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Treaty of May 7, 1868

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Twelve installments, of $3,000 each, Vol. 15, p. 651, §7
due.
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Vol. 15, p. 651, §8.
Estimated at two installments, of Vol. 15, p. 652, §9.
$20,000 each, due.

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Twenty installments, of $150,000, to be expend- Two installments, of $4,250 each, Vol. 12, p. 928, §6. ed under the direction of the President.

due.

Twenty installments, for two farmers, two
millers, blacksmith, gunsmith, tinsmith,
carpenter and joiner, and wagon and plow
maker, $7,400, and keeping in repair black-
smith's, carpenter's, wagon and plow mak-
er's shops, $500.

due.

Twenty installments, for keeping in repair Two installments, of $500 each,....do
flouring and saw mill, and supplying the
necessary fixtures.

Twenty installments, for pay of physician
$1,400, keeping in repair hospital and for
medicine, $300.
Twenty installments. for repairing buildings
for various employés, &c.
Twenty installments, for each of the bead
chiefs of the Flathead, Kootenay, and Up-
per Pend d'Oreille tribes, at $500 each.
Amount to be expended in such goods, provis-
ions, &c., as the President may from time
to time determine as necessary.
Interest on $57,500, being the balance on
$157,500.

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