308 FOURTEENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 102. 1816. Claim report- General Land-office, by Michael Jones, register, and S. Bond, receive; $*;:3 x'?;;:! of public moneys of the land office of the district of Kaskaskia, bearing and Q_ i;,,,,,;; date the twenty-ninth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and receiver, con- fifteen, be, and they hereby are confirmed to the original claimants 0,- °";,‘f:;is° their heirs; Provided, That the said claims, hereby confirmed, be, and ` they hereby are deemed and taken to be unlocated claims, and they shall not in any wise defeat or interfere with locations made in virtue of other authorized claims on lands improved by the said claimants or others. Further time Sec. 5. And be it farther enacted, That the claimants whose claims
- 9***6 *0 are confirmed by virtue of the fourth section of this act, and all others
° “im"t° t? lawfully holding confirmed unlocated claims for lands within the tract zigigsltbw reserved by the before-recited act of the sixteenth day of April, one l$l4» ¤l¤· 6l- thousand eight hundred and fourteen, be allowed until the fir t day of October, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, to register the same: and the said claims shall be receivable in payment for public lands, within the said reserved tract, conformably with the provisions of the lpst aibove-imgnticgied act, Spd of éhel meslentdacti any; time prior to the rst ay 0 cto er, one thousand erg t un re an sixteen. Further time Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That all persons, or their legal re- ”ll‘;Y'°d fm', presentatives, entitled to the right of pre-emption of lands within the `wghlgi boundary specified in the before-recited act of the sixteenth day of April, cflandemee. one thousand eight hundred and fourteen, which lands have not been 1814,ch. 61. surveyed under the authority of the United States, shall be, and they hereby are allowed, a further time for making their entries with the register of the land office, until the lands upon which they have respectively settled and improved shall be surveyed by the United States, and until the expiration of six months next thereafter. Pc,,,,,,,,,,},,,,,,, Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That every person and the legal claims are par. representative of every person, whose claim to a tract of land within the_
- `°<§*°d *° g°· Illinois territory is confirmed by this or any former act, and who has not
- 3;: ,022;previously obtained a patent for the same from the governor either of the
effect. territory north-west of the Ohio, or of the Indiana territory, shall, whenever his claim shall have been located and surveyed, be entitled to receive from the register of the land office at Kaskaskia a certificate stating that the claimant is entitled to receive a patent for such tract of land by IE6 °*` 9m¤€ virtue of this act, for which certificate the register shall receive one t° ° r°g"t°r' dollar; and which certificate shall entitle the party to a patent for the said tract, which shall issue in like manner as is provided bylaw, for lands purchased of the United States. Approved, April 26, 1816. Srnrurn I. AP,-it 27, ;gt3_ Can. CII.—An del providing tf; suite of the tract of land at the lower rapids
- j*·~ e 'a us y river.
put Ora mot Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United W be hid ¤f'Y States of America, in Congress assembled, That so much of the tract of w;,::;'" ""1 land of two miles square, at the lower rapids of Sandusky river, ceded by theWyandots, Delawares, Shawanoes, Ottawas, Chippewas, Patawatimies, Miamis, Eel river, Weeas, Kickapoos, Piankashaws, and Kaskaskias tribes of Indians to the United States, by the treaty of Greenville, of the third of August, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, shall, under the direction of the surveyor general, be laid off into town lots, streets and avenues and into out-lots in such manner and of such dimensions as he pmt", may judge proper: Provided, the tract so to be laid off shall not exceed the quantity of land contained in one entire section, nor the town lots one quarter of an acre each. When the survey of the lots shall be completed, a plat thereof shall be returned to the surveyor general, on which the town lots and out-lots shall respectively be designated by progressive