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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1905
Part I ([1905])

Incomes of the various Indian tribes from all sources for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1905,   pp. 485-486 PDF (863.6 KB)


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INCOMES OF INDIAN TRIBES. 
485 
B.-RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS ON ACCOUNT OF INDIAN LANDS SINCE NOVEMBER 1,
1904- 
continued. 
On hand     Reivd 
Appropriations.        Acts and treaties.  Nov. 1,1     Received. 
Proceeds of- 
Grande Ronde Reserva- Act Apr. 28, 1904 (33..............$66,196.83 
tion, Oreg.             Stats., 569). 
Klamath River Reser- 1 Act June 17, 1892 (27    $24,882.52 
vation.                 Stats., 52-53). 
Rosebud Reservation,    Act Apr. 23, 1904 (33   232,960.51  173,212.68 
N. Dak.                 Stats., 258). 
Red Lake Reservation,   Act Feb. 20, 1904 (33   117,823.44  204,246.13 
Minn.                   Stats., 50). 
Sioux Reservation in    Act Mar. 3, 1863 (12     13,559.02     183.49 
Minnesota a n d D a -   Stats., 819). 
kota. 
Southern Ute Reserva-   Act Feb. 20, 1895 (28    46,191.26  23,392.20 
tion.                   Stats., 678). 
Sulphur Spring Reser- 
vation-              Act July 1, 1902 (32 
Choctaw Nation ...   Stats., 655).       j  19,190.55........... 
Chickasaw Nation..1                          6,396.85.......... 
Uintah and White River Act May 24, 1888 (25       4,737.40   3,350.72 
Ute Reservation.        Stats., 157-158). 
Wichita ceded lands... Act Mar. 2, 1895 (28     132,931.41  59,712.91 
Stats., 894). 
Fulfilling treaties with- 
Omaha, proceeds of landAct July 31, 1872, and  428,071.56   3,309.81 
IeAug. 7, 1882. 
Osage, proceeds of land.' Art. 2, treaty Sept. 29, 8,357, 185.86  9,790.57
1865; sec. 2, act July 
15, 1870. 
Winnebago, proceeds of Act Feb. 2, 1863.......  18,294.61......... 
land.                I 
Otoe   and  Missouria,  Act Aug. 15, 1876 ......  690,001.74......... 
proceeds of land. 
Pawnee, proceeds    o f Act Apr. 10, 1876       400,001.15 
land. 
Umatilla, proceeds of   Act Aug. 5, 1882 (22    294,522.03  11,061.75 
land.                   Stats., 177). 
Chippewa, Turtle Moun- Act Apr. 21, 1904 (33  1,000,000.00......... 
tain Band, proceeds     Stats., 194). 
of land. 
Total-...................................- 12,121,661.70  648,289.02 
On hand 
Disbursed. Nov. 1,1905. 
$101,700.00 
77,763.52 
455.20 
75,036.54 
319.98 
107,250.00 
417,06.74 
$66,196.83 
24,882.52 
304,473.19 
244,306.05 
13,287.31 
69,583.46 
19,190.55 
6,396.85 
8,088.12 
117,607.78 
431,381.37 
8,366,656.45 
18,294.61 
690,001.74 
400,001.15 
305,583.78 
892,750.00 
12,352,343.98 
Incomes of the various Indian tribes from all sources Jbr the fiscal year
ended June 30, 1905. 
Treaty and             Indian mon- 
Interest on  agreement   Gratui-   eys, pro- 
Tribe.               trust fund.a  obliga-     ties. c  cee s o Ia-  T 
tions, b            bot and mis-  Total. 
cellaneous.d 
Apache, Kiowa, Comanche, Wichita, 
and affiliated bands................................. -$25,000.00   $137,069.95
 $162,069.95 
Apache, Kiowa, and Comanche ....... e $75,517.06 ............. ..75)517.06
Cheyenne and Arapahoe-------------  50,000.00------------- 40)000.00    
331.00   9,331.00 
Cheyenne  River Sioux .....................................................
 119,707.75  119,707.75 
Cherokee ............................  82,038.24 .......................f
124,664.15  206,702.39 
Chippewa of the Mississippi ........................  $4,000.00............
 26,207.48  30,207.48 
Chippewa of Minnesota-.............. 95,038.07  240,000.00............74,158.14
 409,196.21 
Chickasa...       .  ...------------------------60,334.78-----------. ..------------f
226,269. 04  286,603.82 
a Interest on uninvested funds held in trust by the Government under the
provisions of the act of 
April 1, 1880 (21 Stat., 70), and other acts of Congress. Paid in cash, as
provided by law, to the various 
Indian tribes, as treaties require, or expended under the supervision of
the Department for the sup- 
port, education, and civilization of the respective Indian tribes. 
b Appropriated by Congress annually, under treaty stipulations, subject to
changes by limitation of 
treaties. Expended under the supervision of the Department for the support,
etc., of the Indians, or 
paid in cash, as provided in treaty. 
c Donated by Congress for the necessary support of Indians having no treaties,
or those whose treaties 
have expired or whose funds arising from existing treaties are inadequate.
Expended under the super- 
vision of the Department. 
d Proceeds of leasing of tribal lands for grazing and farming purposes, and
results of Indianlabor. 
Moneys collected through Indian agents and expended under the direction of
the Department for the 
benefit of the Indians, or paid to them in cash per capita. In addition to
this, individual Indians 
derive an additional income, the aggregate of which it is impossible to give,
but it must be very large, 
from sales of beef cattle and various products to the Government, the freighting
of Indian supplies, 
the sales of products to private persons, the leasing or working on shares
of allotted lands, and from 
payment for labor in lieu of rations. 
e Apache, Kiowa, and Comanche only. 
I Consolidated proceeds from sale of town lots, stone, timber, right of way,
asphalt, etc. 


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