...public works, buildings, railways, or roads of whatsoever nature may
be appropriated for that purpose by Her Majesty's Government of the
Dominion of Canada, due compensation being made to the Indians for the value of any improvements thereon, and an equivalent in
land, money or other consideration for the area of the reserve so
And with a view to show the satisfaction of Her Majesty
with the behaviour and good conduct of Her Indians, and in extinguishment of all their past claims, She hereby, through
Her Commissioners, agrees to make each Chief a present of thirty-two
dollars in cash , to each Headman twenty-two dollars, and to every other Indian of whatever age, of the families represented at
the time and place of payment, twelve dollars.
Her Majesty also agrees that next year, and annually afterwards for ever, She will cause to be paid to the said
Indians in cash, at suitable places and dates, of which the said Indians
shall be duly notified, to each Chief twenty-five dollars, each Headman, not to exceed four to a large Band and two to a
small Band, fifteen dollars, and to every other Indian of Whatever age,
five dollars, the same , unless there be some exceptional reason, to be paid only to heads of families for those belonging thereto.
FURTHER, Her Majesty agrees that each Chief, after signing
the treaty, shall receive a silver medal and a suitable flag, and next
year, and every third year thereafter, each chief and Headman shall
receive a suitable suit of clothing.
FURTHER, Her Majesty agrees to pay the salaries of such
teachers to instruct the children of said Indians as to... [continue]