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Statement of tribal funds as of Mar. 19, 1937Continued

Tribes; fund titles

Receipts deposited, fiscal year

1936

Available

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WASHINGTON
Colville:

Proceeds of labor, Colville Indians....
Interest on proceeds of labor, Colville Indians....
Payment to Indians of Colville Reservation for lands..
Intrest on payment to Indians of Colville Reservation for lands..
Proceeds of Colville Reservation.....
Proceeds of Colville Reservation, act Mar. 22, 1906....
Interest on proceeds of Colville Reservation, act, Mar. 22, 1906...
Proceeds of lands, Colville Indians, act, Apr. 12, 1924.....

Interest on proceeds of lands, Colville Indians, act, Apr. 12, 1924........
Lummi:

Proceeds of labor, Lummi Indians..-----

Interest on proceeds of labor, Lummi Indians... Makah:

Proceeds of labor, Makah Indians......

Interest on proceeds of labor, Makah Indians.....
Ozette: Interest on proceeds of labor, Ozette Indians, Washington.-
Port Madison: Proceeds of labor, Port Madison Indians, Washington....
Puyallup:

Proceeds of labor, Puvallup Indians.....
Interest on proceeds of labor, Puyallup Indians....
Puyallup Indian Cemetery, Tacoma, 4-percent fund.

Interest on Puyallup Indian Cemetery, Tacoma, 4-percent fund.
Spokane:

Proceeds of labor, Spokane Indians...
Interest on proceeds of labor, Spokane Indians.
Proceeds of Spokane Reservation....
Interest on proceeds of Spokane Reservation....
Proceeds of townsites, Spokane Reservation.
Interest on proceeds of townsites, Spokane Reservation..
Fulfilling treaties with Spokanes..

Proceeds of Spokane Reservation, fairgrounds and buildings.
Quinaiclt:

Proceeds of labor, Quinaielt Indians...
Interest on proceeds of labor, Quinaielt Indians..
Proceeds of Quinaielt Reservation..

Interest on proceeds of Quinaielt Reservation..
Quileute:

Proceeds of labor, Quileute Indians...

Interest on proceeds of labor, Quilcure Indians...Swinomish:

Proceeds of labor, Swinomish Indians..

Interest on proceeds of labor, Swinomish Indians.. Tulalip:

Proceeds of labor, Tulalin Indians.

Interest on proceeds of labor, Tulalip Indians.-------lakima:

Proceeds of labor, Yakima Indians...
Interest on proceeds of labor, Yakima Indians.....

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WISCONSIN Bad River:

Proceeds of labor, Bad River Indians..

Interest on proceeds of labor, Bad River Indians...... ac du Flambeau (Great Lakes):

Proceeds of labor, Lac du Flambeau Indians......
Interest on proceeds of labor, Lac du Flambeau Indians..
Proceeds of land, Lac du Flambeau Reservation.....
Interest on proceeds of land, Lac du Flambeau Reservation..
Proceeds of labor, Lac du Flambeau Indians, swamp-land receipts....
Interest on proceeds of labor, Lac du Flambeau Indians, swamp-land

receipts..----------------ac Courte Oriele:

Proceeds of labor, Lac Courte Oriele Indians.

Interest on proceeds of labor, Lac Courte Oriele Indians... 1enominee:

Proceeds of labor, Menominee Indians...
Interest on proceeds of labor, Menominee Indians....
Menominee fund.....
Interest on Menominee fund..
Menominee 4-percent fund.
Interest on Menominee 4-percent fund........
Menominee log fund....
Interest on Menominee log fund.....
Fulfilling treaties with Menominees, logs...

Interest on fulfilling treaties with Menominees, logs... 1 Not available for support.

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Statement of tribal funds as of Mar. 19, 1937---Continued

Receipts

Tribes; fund titles

WISCONSIN- continued Oneidas:

Proceeds of labor, Onelda Indians, Wisconsin.

Interest on proceeds of labor, Oneida Indians, Wisconsin...,
Potawatomi: Proceeds of labor, Potawatomi Indians, Wisconsin...
Winnebago:

Winnebago fund, Wisconsin.
Interest on Winnebago fund, Wisconsin
Fulfilling treaties with Winnebagoes, Nebraska (Wisconsin Band)....

WYOMING
Shoshone:

Proceeds of labor, Shoshone and Anpaho Indians
Interest on proceeds of labor, Shoshone and Arapaho In
Puloning treaties with Shoshone and Arapahos....
Prooveds of Wind River Reservation. --..
Interest on proceeds of Wind River Reservation
Proceeds of oil and gas, Wind River Reservation
Interest an proceeds of oil and gas, Wind River Reservation

I Not available for support. 1 Overdraft.

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND ESTIMATE OR

INDIAN SERVICE

Mr. Dond. That brings me to the point of discussion in connection with the estimates that are before you. This morning one of the members of the committee intimated that he would like a comparison of the estimates now before you with the appropriations that have been made over a period of several years. I had prepared in advance a comparative statement of appropriations, by fiscal years, from 1912 through 1937, and the estimates that are included in this bill.

The total estimate for the Indian Service from Treasury appropristions for 1938 is $33,225,864.85, and from tribal funds it is $1,139.09. I offer that comparative statement for printing in the record.

(The paper referred to is as follows:)

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Mr. Johnson. Mr. Dodd, I have not yet examined that statement. May I ask if it shows the requests that you made to the Budget, fer construction purposes?

Mr. DODD. That statement does not show the total requests :: made of the Bureau of the Budget. I have with me a statement whic: I thought would be discussed at the time we reached the constructio item further over in the bill.

Mr. Johnson. Very well; we will discuss it at that time.

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN WASHINGTON AND THE FIELD

Mr. Dodd. You raised a question this morning as to the number : people we had in the Washington office. I counted that up during the recess and found that we have a total of only 282, whereas we have s field force of about 6,300. I thought maybe you would be interested i having that information.

Mr. Johnson. Yes; we desire that information.

Mr. Dond. We don't feel that it is out of proportion at all to the massive field service that we have.

INCREASES IN ESTIMATE FOR 1938

Mr. Dond. I will now take up the increases in appropriation. Mr. Rich. That is for the year 1938?

Mr. Dodd. Yes; for the fiscal year 1938 the requested increase in appropriations from the Federal Treasury is $5,070,169.39. I offer for printing in the record a statement explaining briefly the variors increases.

(The statement referred to is as follows:)

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Bureau of Indian Affairs statement of increases 1938 over 1937 Estimate, 1938

$33, 225, 864 81 Appropriation, 1937.-

----- 28, 155, 693 4 Increase.

5, 070, 16984 Nonrecurring items deducted and major decreases: Roads and bridges.----

$500,000.00 Indian Agency buildings.---

100, 000.00
Payment to Sioux Indians---

81, 540. 49
Compensation to Chippewa Indians.--- 223, 162. 62
Compensation to Non-Indian claimants,
Pueblo---

45, 377. 33
Dairy barn, Jones Academy -----

10, 000.00 Closing Bismarck School.-

52, 350.00 Support of Indians...

5,000.00 Relief of Mrs. Earl H. Smith.--.

504. 41

1,017, 9348 Actual increase..----

---- 6,088, 1042 Increases:

Supervising mining operations on leased
Indian land.--------------------------

$30,000.00
Administration of Indian forests --------- 25, 300.00
Agriculture and stockraising among Indians. 45, 080.00
Industry among Indians (Navajo sheep and
goats)------

225, 000.00
Revolving loan fund...--

540, 000.00
Operation and maintenance Indian irriga-

tion projects (principally collections from
white water users)-----

96, 334.00

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Bureau of Indian Affairs statement of increases 1938 over 1937Continued

ncreases—Continued.
Maintenance day and reservation boarding

schools including new schools constructed
with P. W. A. funds-----

$499, 305. 00 Educational loans.----

50, 000.00 Education of natives of Alaska.--.

33, 120. 00 Conservation of health: Operation of new hospitals.

212, 500.00 Operation of enlarged facilities

64, 400.00 Improved medical service, Five Tribes.-- 48, 630. 00 Medical relief in Alaska...

35, 000.00 Miscellaneous small increases ----

76, 400.00 Support of Indians: Additional aid, Five Tribes

62, 220.00 Relief ------

125,000.00 Additional mechanical help--

19, 000.00 Assistant superintendents.

13, 050.00 Irrigation construction.----

1, 309, 100. 00 Construction of physical improvements.

1, 905, 000.00

$5, 414, 439. 00 Transfers from tribal funds: Pay of Indian police.-------

650.00 Suppression of liquor traffic -

2,500.00 Administration of Indian forests.

14, 700. 00
Agriculture and stockraising among Indians. 18, 800.00
Indian school support.-----

17, 825, 00
Conservation of health, Chippewa -------- 11, 400.00
Support of Chippewa hospitals.----------- 80, 000.00
Support of Indians and support of Chippewas 112, 200. 00

258, 075. 00 Increases due to specific legislation:

Compensation to non-Indian claimants----- 3, 071. 24
Redemption of restricted property subjected
to taxation.---

25, 000.00
Payment to confederated bands of Utes.-- 161, 400.00
Public school construction ----

125, 000.00

314, 471. 24 Miscellaneous small increases or decreases: Actual increase------------------------------------

101, 119.00 Gross increase

-- 6,088, 104. 24 If I may touch for just a moment or two on some of those items: In the 1937 appropriation bill there were certain nonrecurring items aggregating $1,017,934.86. So that, this budget on its face, carries an actual increase in Treasury appropriations of $6,088,104.24.

In 1937 no funds were provided in the regular Interior bill for construction purposes. In this bill $1,905,000 is included; $780,900 was provided for irrigation construction purposes, and in this bill there is an increase of $1,309,100.

We are asking for an increase in the revolving loan fund of $540,000. The total in the bill is $1,520,000, and for the year 1937 $980,000 was appropriated for this purpose. We are asking for an increase of $499,305 in connection with our educational activities.

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REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Mr. Johnson. Now with reference to this so-called revolving loan fund item. I believe that your office is asking for a total of $1,520,000 for 1938?

Mr. DODD. Yes, sir.
Mr. Johnson. You have how much on hand?

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