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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1905, Part I

Indian legislation passed during the second and third sessions of the Fifty-eighth Congress,   pp. 441-471 PDF (16.2 MB)

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CHAP. 777. An Act For the allowance of certain claims reported by the Court
of Claims, and for other 
purposes. [Vol. 33, p. 743.] 
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States
of America in 
Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby,
and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated,
to claim- 
ants in this Act named the several sums appropriated herein, the same being
in full for and 
the receipt of the same to be taken and accepted in each case as a full and
final release and 
discharge of their respective claims, namely: 
To Edmund McKenna, administrator of Jackson Foster, deceased, of Choctaw
near Fort Smith, Arkansas, two thousand three hundred and sixty-seven dollars.
[Vol. 33, 
p. 749.] 
To the legal representatives of A. G. Boone, of Laveta, Colorado, the sum
of seven thou- 
sand five hundred dollars, in full satisfaction for his services and expenses
as United States 
commissioner in negotiating the Indian treaty concluded February eighteenth,
hundred and sixty-one. [Vol. 33, p. 800.] 
To the persons hereinafter named, or their heirs or legal representatives,
whose claims 
were presented to and allowed by the State board of examiners of Nevada,
or tried by the 
Court of Claims, the several sums, respectively, set opposite their names,
in full satisfaction 
for services rendered, moneys expended, indebtedness incurred, and supplies
and neces- 
saries furnished in repelling invasions and suppressing Indian outbreaks
and hostilities 
within the Territorial limits of the present State of Nevada, namely: 
Alexander Ash, seven hundred and eighty dollars. 
Erastus Bond, three hundred and eighty dollars. 
Solomon L. Blackwell, two hundred and eighty-one dollars. 
H. H. Bence, three hundred dollars. 
Henry Bush, one hunderd dollars. 
Isaac S. Burson, one hundred and sixty dollars. 
William C. Bradley, three hundred and seventy-two dollars. 
John C. Daniels, two hundred and ninety dollars and seventy-five cents. 
Anthony Ethier, three hundred and eighty-five dollars. 
W. W. Eichelroth, six hundred and twenty dollars. 
Greely French, three hundred and eighty-five dollars. 
Richard Gray, three hundred and twenty-two dollars. 
George F. Gray, three hundred and twenty-two dollars. 
James J. Hutchinson, one hundred and seventy-five dollars. 
Benjamin Hutchinson, two hundred and ten dollars. 
N. B. Isaman, three hundred and ninety-five dollars. 
James Jones, three hundred and sixty-five dollars. 
Joseph Kenville, four hundred and forty dollars. 
Charles D. Moore, three hundred dollars. 
Newton C. Miller, four hundred and ninety-five dollars. 
R. H. McDonald, three hundred and fifty dollars. 
Patrick B. McCourt, three hundred and sixty-five dollars. 
Richard Martin, four hundred dollars. 
Edward Muller, two hundred and ninety-four dollars. 
James Morgan, nine thousand four hundred and eighty-five dollars. 
Michael Nichter, three hundred and eight dollars. 
S. A. Nevers, one hundred and forty-five dollars. 
John Noyes, two hundred and fifty dollars. 
Thornton A. Reed, one hundred and forty-two dollars. 
John Rickelton, one thousand and fifty dollars. 
William Scott, three hundred and twenty-two dollars. 
Volney B. Sabin, four hundred and eighty-five dollars. 
Matthew Smith, one hundred and eighty dollars. 
Matthew Shusterech, four hundred dollars. 
James D. Sears and James Thompson, six hundred dollars. 
Charles W. Turner, one thousand one hundred and seventy dollars. 
Gean Von Schmittburg, three hundred and twenty-two dollars. 
J. A. Waddell, three hundred and fifty-five dollars. 
John D. Winters, nine hundred and forty-nine dollars. 

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