528 TWENTY·SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 124. 1832. For expenses of transportation and distribution of annuities to the Winnebagoes, Chippewas, Ottowas, and Pattawatamies, Sacs, Foxes, and others, and of salt, tobacco, agricultural implements, and tools, not otherwise provided for, the sum of four thousand three hundred and sixty dollars. Other ants re- Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That so much of any act as provides P"l°d· fdr the payment of any of the annuities and stipulations herein mentioned, shall be, and the same is hereby, repealed. A1-r-novan, June 4, 1832. S·rA·ru·rr: I. __ June 4, 1832. CHAP. CXXIV.——.z2n Act making apprqzriations in coofm·1nity with the stncula-
- 1; tions of certain treaties with the Creeks, Shawnees, Ottoways, Senecat, Wyandots, Cherokees, and Clwctaws.
Appropriations. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Statesqf America, in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby severally appropriated to the several objects hereinafter specifically enumerated, according to the stipulations of certain Indian treaties, to be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, namely: Creek treaty. For the payment of debts due by the Creeks, and their relief; accord- D°b”· ing to the ninth article of the treaty concluded with the Creek Indians, twenty-fourth March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, one hundred thousand dollars. Delegation. For compensation to the delegation to the city of Washingtoti, the payment of the expenses, and of claims against them, according to the tenth article of the same treaty, sixteen thousand dollars. Ifayrnent of For the payment of certain claims for ferries, bridges, and causeways,
- ’l;‘“;c*`°* f"" for judgments against chiefs, for losses, for improvements, for annuities,
’for the expenses of Creeks who have emigrated without expense to the United States, at fifteen dollars for each, and for compensation to those who suffered in consequence of being prevented from emigrating, as severally provided for and stipulated in the eleventh article of the same treaty, twenty-tive thousand and eighty dollars. Rides, Su:. For the cost of rifles, ammunition, an’d blankets, according to the thirteenth article of the same treaty, thirteen hundred and twenty dollars. Census, sto. For the expenses of taking the census, and making the selection of reservations according to the second article of the same treaty, three thousand ive hundred dollars. Persons to For the service of a person to be selected to certify the contracts for °°’*l*`Y> &°· the sale of lands, according to the third article of the same treaty, one thousand dollars. Removal of For the expense of removing and keeping od` intruders from the Creek l‘**'“d°”- lands, according to the fifth article of the same treaty, two thousand dollars. Education. For one year’s allowance for the purposes of education, according to the thirteenth article of the same treaty, three thousand dollars. Shawnee treaty. For carring into effect the treaty with the Shawnee Indians of Ohio, according to the treaty concluded with them, eighth August, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, the following sums, namely: Houses, Ste. For enabling them to erect houses and open farms at their intended residence, according to the fifth article of the said treaty, thirteen thousand dollars. Presents. For the payment for sundry articles, as presents, enumerated in the ninth, twelfth, and fourteenth articles of the same treaty, two thousand four hundred and four_dollars. Selling pro- For expenses of selling the property of Indians, according to the sixth Pm)'- article of the said treaty, three hundred dollars.