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For the lowas, eight thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars;

Iowas. For the Sacs and Foxes of the Mississippi, fifty-four thousand five

Sacs and Fox

es of the Missis. hundred and forty dollars ;

sippi. For the Sacs, Foxes, Sioux, Iowas, Omahas, and Ottoes and Mis- Sacs, Foxes, sourias, three thousand dollars;

Sioux, Iowas,

&c. For the Ottoes and Missourias, five thousand six hundred and forty Oitoes and dollars;

Missourias. For the Kanzas, six thousand and forty dollars;

Kanzas. For the Osages, fourteen thousand four hundred and ninety-six dollars; Osages. For the Kickapoos, five thousand five hundred dollars;

Kickapoos. For the Kaskaskias and Peorias, three thousand dollars ;

Kaskaskias

and Peorias. For the Piankeshaws, eight hundred dollars;

Piankeshaws. For the Weas, three thousand dollars; For the Delawares, ten thousand four hundred and forty-four dollars; Delawares. For the Shawnees, seven thousand one hundred and eighty dollars;

Shawnees.

Senecas and For the Senecas and Shawnees, two thousand and sixty dollars ;

Shawnees. For the Senecas, two thousand six hundred and sixty dollars;

For the Choctaws, fifty-seven thousand six hundred and twenty-five dollars; For the Chickasaws, six thousand dollars;

Chickasaws. For the Creeks, forty-six thousand four hundred and forty dollars; Creeks. For the Quapaws, four thousand six hundred and sixty dollars; Quapaws.

Florida IndiFor the Florida Indians, nine thousand six hundred and ten dollars; For the Pawnees, twelve thousand dollars;

Pawnees. For the Cherokees, seven thousand six hundred and forty dollars; Cherokees.

For the Ottawas and Chippewas, sixty-two thousand four hundred and Ottawas and sixty-five dollars ;

Chippewas. For the Caddoes, ten thousand dollars;

Caddoes. For the following expenditures in the Indian Department, the appro- Re-appropriapriations having been carried to the surplus fund on the thirty-first De- tions. cember last, viz:

For blacksmiths' establishments, twenty-seven thousand five hundred Blacksmiths' and eight dollars and sixty-six cents;

establishment. For treaty stipulations, fifteen thousand four hundred and thirty-two Treaty stipudollars and eighty-four cents;

tions. For the expenses of treating with the Chippewas of Saganaw, ninety- Treaty with seven dollars and thirteen cents;

the Chippewas

of Saganaw. For the expenses of Indian deputations, two thousand six hundred Indian deputaand thirty dollars;

tions. For the education of Indian youths, twenty thousand five hundred Education of and forty-one dollars and twenty-five cents;

Indian youths. For holding treaties with certain Indian tribes, four hundred and Holding trea

ties. forty-seven dollars and fifty cents;

For locating reservations, two hundred and five dollars and thirteen Locating resercents;

vations. For purchase of rifles for the Pottawatamies, one hundred and twelve Rifles for Pot.

tawatamies. dollars and thirty-eight cents;

For carrying into effect the treaty with the Ottawas and Chippewas, Treaty with forty-three thousand seven hundred and four dollars and twenty-four Ottawas and

Chippewas. cents;

For the removal of the Choctaws from Mississippi, nineteen thousand Removal of nine hundred and ten dollars;

Choctaws. For the removal and subsistence of Indians, seventy-seven thousand Removal and

subsistence of eight hundred and fifty-five dollars and seventy cents.

Indians. For carrying into effect the treaty with the Miami Indians of the

Treaty with sixth of November, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, viz:

the Miamies. For the payment to be made upon the ratification of the treaty by a Payment upon provision contained in the third article of the same, sixty thousand dol- ratification.

lars;

Corn crop

First annual For the first of ten annual instalments stipulated to be paid by the instalment.

same article, twelve thousand five hundred and sixty-eight dollars; Payment of For the payment of claims provided for in the fourth and fifth articles, claims. one hundred and fifty thousand dollars ;

Valuing build. For the expenses of valuing buildings and improvements upon the ings, &c. ceded lands, and for the erection of others, as stipulated by the seventh

article, three thousand three hundred dollars; Surveying and For the expenses of surveying and marking the boundary lines of the marking boun

Miami lands in the State of Indiana, as stipulated by the ninth article, dary lines.

two hundred dollars; Examination For the expenses attending the examination of claims which have of claims.

accrued since the twenty-third day of October, eighteen hundred and

thirty-four, two thousand five hundred dollars; Claims under For the expenses of the commission to examine claims under the treaty of 101h

treaty with the Miamies of the tenth day of November, eighteen hunNov. 1837.

dred and thirty-seven, not covered by the former appropriation for that object, two thousand dollars;

For the payment to the Pottawatamies of Indiana for the corn crop abandoned by Potawatamies.

abandoned by them upon their emigration west of the Mississippi, which was appraised by agents appointed by the Government, seven

hundred and forty-two dollars and fifty cents; Log houses of For the payment to the same Indians of the value of twelve log houses, Pottawatamies. appraised in the same manner, and destroyed before their removal, six

hundred dollars; Removal, &c. For the expenses of the removal and subsistence of these Indians, of Pottawat's. fifty thousand dollars; Fencing, &c. For the expense of fencing and breaking up ground for tillage for for the Omahas. the Omaha Indians, as stipulated by the third article of the treaty with

them of eighteen hundred and thirty-six, in addition to the sum of twelve hundred dollars appropriated in the year eighteen hundred and thirty

seven, eight hundred dollars; Farmer for the For the salary of the farmer to be supported among the said Indians, Omahas.

as stipulated by the same article of the same treaty, eight hundred

dollars; Claims under For the balance of the expenses incurred by the commission for the the treaty with examination of claims under the second article of the treaty with the the Sacs and Foxes of Mis.

Sacs and Fox Indians of Mississippi, of October eighteen hundred and sissippi. thirty-seven, over and above the former appropriation for that object,

one thousand five hundred dollars; A miller for For the support of a miller for the Sacs and Fox Indians of Missisthe Sacs and

sippi, as stipulated by the third article of the treaty of September eighFoxes of Mis. sissippi.

teen hundred and thirty-six, six hundred dollars ; Procuring ra.

For the expenses of procuring rations for these Indians for one year, tions.

as stipulated by the third article of the same treaty, over and above the provision heretofore made for that object, fourteen thousand six hundred

and fifty-seven dollars and thirty-seven cents; Examination

For the balance of the expenses incurred in examining claims under of claims, &c.

the second article of the treaty of September eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, with the Sioux Indians, by the commission appointed for that purpose, over and above the former appropriation for that object,

five hundred dollars; Commissioner

For compensation to a commissioner and clerk to be appointed to reand clerk to re-examine the claims under the last mentioned treaty, the re-examination examine claims.

to be made in the Indian country, five thousand five hundred dollars; Frauds in For the payment of the expenses of the investigation into frauds pracCreek reserva. tised in the reservations of the Creek Indians for the year eighteen huntions.

dred and thirty-nine, five thousand dollars ; Removal and subsistence of For the payment of the expenses of the removal and subsistence of Creeks. the Creek Indians, to be applied in payment of claims settled by the

accounting officers, and to reimburse to other appropriations funds used for the removal and subsistence of these Indians, including outstanding claims not yet settled, eighty-five thousand dollars ;

For carrying into effect the treaty with the Creek Indians of the Treaty with twenty-third day of November, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, viz:

the Creeks. To make the payment in stock animals, stipulated to be made by the Payment in second article of the said treaty, fifty thousand dollars;

stock animals. To pay the interest at five per cent. for one year, upon the sum of Interest. three hundred and fifty thousand dollars, pursuant to the stipulations of the third article of the said treaty, seventeen thousand five hundred dollars;

To pay the claims of the McIntosh party, pursuant to the stipulations Claims of the in the fifth article of the said treaty, twenty-one thousand one hundred M’Intosh party. and three dollars and thirty-three cents; To purchase stock animals for the Creeks removed as hostiles, as sti

Stock animals

for hostile pulated by the sixth article of the treaty, ten thousand dollars;

Creeks. To meet the expenses of the purchase and distribution of the stock Purchase and animals, according to the requirements of the second and sixth articles, distribution of

stock animals. three thousand dollars;

For the payment to the Cherokee Indians of the value of the improve- Payment to ments upon the Missionary reservations, pursuant to a stipulation in the Cherokees. fourth article of the treaty of December eighteen hundred and thirtyfive, in additiou to the former appropriation for that object, fifteen thousand one hundred and eleven dollars and seventy-five cents;

For compensation to the commissioners under the above treaty, in Compensation addition to the appropriations of eighteen hundred and thirty-six and to commiss’rs. eighteen hundred and thirty-eight for that object, eight thousand dollars; to be applied only to the payment of expenses incurred prior to the twenty-third day of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight;

For carrying into effect the treaty of the seventh day of February Treaty with eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, with the Chippewas of Saganaw, viz: the Chippe was

of Saganaw. For the payment of the purchase money of forty acres of land ceded

Payment for by the first article of the treaty, three hundred and twenty dollars; land.

For the expenses incurred in the negotiation of the treaty, one hun- Expenses of dred and twenty-five dollars ;

treaty. For carrying into effect the treaty with the Great and Little Osages Treaty with of the eleventh day of January eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, viz:

the Great and For the payment of the annuity stipulated in the second article, Payment of

Little Osages. twenty thousand dollars;

annuity. For the support of two blacksmith establishments, building a grist Blacksmith es

tablishments, and saw mill, pay of attendants and assistants, tools for the mills, and

grist-mill, &c. the erection of mill-houses, seven thousand eight hundred dollars;

For furnishing cows, calves, hogs, ploughs, harnesses, axes, and hoes, Cows, &c. as stipulated by the treaty, seven thousand three hundred dollars; For the erection of houses for chiefs, and furnishing wagons, carts,

Erection of

houses, &c. oxen, and chains, as stipulated by the treaty, six thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars;

Claims for de For the payment of claims for depredations, thirty thousand dollars; predations.

Commissioner For the expenses of a commissioner to examine and settle those to examine and claims, two thousand five hundred dollars;

settle claims. For the payment of the purchase money for reservations, forty-three Payment for thousand five hundred and twenty dollars;

ReimburseFor the reimbursement of the annuity deducted in the year eighteen ment of an anhundred and twenty-five, three thousand dollars ;

nuity.

ReimburseFor the reimbursement to the Clermont band of the annuity deducted in the year eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, three thousand Clermont band dollars;

of an annuity.

Interest to be For the payment to the Ioway Indians of the interest at five per cent. paid to the lo. for one year, upon the sum of one hundred and fifty-seven thousand five was.

reservations.

ment to the

hundred dollars, seven thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dol

lars; Honses for lo. For building ten houses for the Ioway chiefs as per stipulation of the wa chiefs.

treaty, two thousand dollars ; Surveys under For the completion of the surveys under the treaty with the Delaware treaty with De. Indians, and for the expenses of locating the Miamis and Winnebagoes, lawares-locat. ing Miamies and

two thousand dollars; Winnebagoes.

To enable the Executive to purchase from Wa-pan-seh, a PottawataPurchase of a mie, five sections of land reserved for him by the second article of the reservation to

treaty of the twentieth of October, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, Wa-pan-seh.

four thousand dollars; Expenses of For defraying the expenses of holding a treaty, under the direction treaty with

of the Secretary of War, with the Stockbridge Indians, two thousand Stockbridge Indians.

dollars; Vaccination of For the employment of physicians to vaccinate the Indians, to be Indians. expended under the direction of the Secretary of War, five thousand

dollars ; Expenses of For paying the travelling expenses and board while detained in the from the stock city of Washington, of the delegations of the Stockbridge, Munsee, bridge, Munsee, and Seneca tribes of Indians, in proportion to the distance they have and Seneca In- travelled or may travel in returning to their respective tribes, a sum not dians.

exceeding two thousand dollars; Making maps

To enable the Secretary of War to have executed under his direction showing the po. twelve maps for the use of the War Department and of the Senate, sition of lands of Indians at

showing the position of the lands of each Indian tribe in amity with the amity with U.S. United States, one thousand dollars;

Boundaries For defraying the expenses of surveying and marking the boundabetween Indian tribes west of

ries between the Indian tribes west of the Mississippi, ten thousand the Mississippi. dollars. 2d section act Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the second section of an ch. 148, repeal: act passed the twenty-eighth day of May, eighteen hundred and thirty, ed.

entitled “ An act to provide for an exchange of lands with the Indian tribes residing within any of the States or Territories, and for their removal west of the river Mississippi," be, and the same is hereby, repealed.

APPROVED, March 3, 1839.

Statute III.
March 3, 1839. Chap. LXXII.-An Act to authorize the construction of certain improvements in

the Territory of Wisconsin and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senute and House of Representatives of the For the further United States of America in Congress assembled, That for the further the Neenah and survey and estimate of the cost of improving the navigation of the Wisconsin. Neenah and Wisconsin rivers and connecting the same by a navigable

canal or water communication, two thousand dollars be, and the same are hereby appropriated; and that the following sums of money be, and the same are hereby, appropriated for the construction of roads in the

Territory of Wisconsin, to wit: Appropriations for roads.

For the construction of a road from Racine, by Janesville, to Sinipee, on the Mississippi, ten thousand dollars;

For the survey and construction of a road from Sauk harbor, on Lake Michigan, to Dekorree, on the Wisconsin river, five thousand

dollars; From Fond du

For the construction of a road from Fond du Lac, on lake WinneLac to Wiscon. bago, by Fox lake, to the Wisconsin river, five thousand dollars. sin river.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of two thousand Appropriation dollars, appropriated by the act of the seventh of July, eighteen hunby act 7th July, 1838, ch. 190, dred and thirty-eight, entitled “An act making appropriations for certain for a railroad, roads in the Territory of Wisconsin" for a railroad, shall be applied by

the Secretary of War to the survey of the most eligible route for a rail- to be applied to road from the town of Milwaukee, on lake Michigan, to such point on

the survey for a

railroad from the Mississippi river as may be deemed most expedient.

Milwaukee to APPROVED, March 3, 1839.

the Mississippi.

STATUTE III. CHAP. LXXIIL-An Act to repeal the second section of "An act to extend the time

March 3, 1839. for locating Virginia military land warrants and returning surveys thereon to the General Land Office," approved July seventh, eighteen hundred and thirtyeight. (a)

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the second sec

Second section tion of “ An act to extend the time for locating Virginia military land act 7th July, warrants and returning surveys thereon to the General Land Office," 1838, ch. 166, approved July seventh, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, be, and the repealed. same is hereby repealed. APPROVED, March 3, 1839.

STATUTE III. Chap. LXXIV.-An Act for the relief of umbrella-makers.

March 3, 1839. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the

(Obsolete.) United States of America in Congress assembled, That there shall be All excess of refunded, out of the Treasury, to such umbrella-makers as have im- duty beyond ported umbrella-stretchers since the passage of the act entitled "An act have been reto alter and amend the several acts imposing duties on imports,” ap- quired if the proved the fourteenth day of July, A. D. eighteen hundred and thirty- promisoes of two, all excess of duty, beyond what such importers would have been clauses of 2d required to pay, if the provisoes contained in the tenth and twelfth sec. act 14th clauses of the second section of said act had at all times since its pas- July, 1832, ch. sage been suspended in their operation in the same manner as they were times been sussuspended by the act of the second of March, A. D. eighteen hundred pended in their and thirty-three, entitled “An act to explain and amend the several acts operation, as

they were by imposing duties on imports, passed the fourteenth of July, one thousand

act 2d March, eight hundred and thirty-two, so far as relates to hardware and certain 1833, ch. 58, manufactures of copper and brass and other articles," and by other sub- refunded, &c. sequent acts of like character. APPROVED, March 3, 1839.

STATUTE III. Chap. LXXV. – An Act to authorize the Secretary of the Navy to purchase a March 3, 1839.

tract of land belonging to the heirs of John Harris, deceased, being within the limits of the navy yard in Charlestown, Massachusetts. (a)

[Obsolete.) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the

Sec. Navy to

purchase cerNavy be and he hereby is authorized and required to purchase certain lain lards in lands situated within the limits of the navy yard in Charlestown, in the Charlestown.

(a) See notes of the acts which have been passed relating to Virginia military land warrants, vol. 1, 464, vol. 3, 612.

(6) Certain streets wore laid out by the town of Charlestown, Massachusetts; and the proceedings relative to the same were afterwards confirmed by an act of the Legislature. The streets passed over the land of John Harris; and he afterwards received a compensation from the town for taking the land occupied by the streets. In 1800, the United States, under the authority of an act of the Legislature of Massachusetts, purchased of Mr. Harris several parcels of land, now occupied as a navy yard. And in 1801, by an arrangement between the town of Charlestown and the United States, ihe streets, so far as they were within the limits of the navy yard, were closed up, and have ever since been discontinued, and have been used as a part of the navy yard. The agent of the United States and Mr. Harris, not agreeing as to the value of the land taken for the navy yard, the value was ascertained and determined by a jury proceeding under a law authorizing the same, and the amount of the valuation paid to Mr. Harris by the United States. The jury did not appraise the land on which the streets were laid out. One lot of ground was appraised “ with the appurtenances.” This action was instituted by the heirs of Mr. Harris claiming to be paid the value of the land on which the streets had been laid out, but which had been discontinued. The defendant was the commandant of the navy yard.

By the Court. The term "appurtenances," in common parlance, and in legal acceptation, is used to signify something

appertaining to another thing as principal, and which passes as incident to the principal Vol. V.-42

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