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THIRTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 134, 135, 136, 137. 1849. 777 Czar. CXXXIV. — Jin Act for the Relief of Henry D. Garrison. March 3, 1849. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the _ United States of America in Cbngress assembled, That the sum of ,01%;)- g§‘3;,‘6‘6 eight hundred dollars be paid to Henry D. Garrison, under the direc- on accoxnt of the tion of the Secretary of War, out of any money in the treasury not cl¤im¤fW¤h-ig otherwise appropriated, on due and satisfactory proof being furnished §;Qty°§‘}f; lh; that the claim of Wah-in-gun for said sum in schedule B, annexed to Saginaw band of the treaty with the Saginaw band of Chippewa Indians, on the four- m“PP°“'”· teenth day of January, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, has been regularly and legally transferred to him. Approved, March 3, 1849. Can. CXXXV. —An Act for the Relief of the Owners of the Schooner Ticonio. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the $3800 ,0 bc United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary paid owners of of the Treasury bc, and he i hereby, authorized and required to pay 3;: 1°£;g°§;°th‘g; to Henry Williams, Benjamin A. G. Fuller, and George Williams, own- ,,},00,,,,, whiic ers of the schooner Ticonic, or their legal representatives, the sum of in service of the thirty-eight hundred dollars, out of any moneys in the treasury not U‘S' otherwise appropriated, as compensation for the loss of said schooner, while employed in the service of the United States, during the attack on Vera Cruz, in March, eighteen hundred and forty-seven. Approved, March 3, 1849. March 3, 1849. Can. CXXXVI.—.An Act for the Relief of P. Chouteau, Junior, and Company. '“"""""‘ Be it enacted by the Senate and House ry R resentatives of the P- Ch¤¤*¤=¤1, United States of America in Congress assem led,egl`hat the Secretary gig? §ggQ,(;°,£i of War be authorized to pay P. Chouteau, Junior, and Company, the of the fund cresum of nine thousand six hundred dollars, out of any moneys in the ;·f,‘;d0Q°:h*;*§,i’:v‘;j treasury not otherwise appropriated; and that the amount, when paid, nee Indians_ ‘ be charged to the fund, under the control of government, created for the benefit of the Shawnee Indians, by the seventh article of the treaty of the eighth of August, eighteen hundred and thirty-one. Approved, March 3, 1849. March 3, 1849. Crnr. CXXXVII.—~.8n Act for the Relief of George Center. ;""" Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the The Swctnry United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary Q;,X§;l§,j‘;;°:} of War be, and he is hereby, directed to ascertain, by the best evidence the buildings of which the nature of the case will admit oi] the value of the houses and §*‘€°*H° (******3,*2} at other property of George Center, destroyed at Micauopy, Florida, in d,,$°;{,`;°.£g'by 3,,} the year eighteen hundred and thirty-six, by order of Lieutenant-Cold de¤5<>fLicut-C<>1- nel B. K. Peirce, the commanding officer at that post, to prevent them P°"°°* &°· from falling into the hands of the enemy; and that the amount so as- A t certained be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise ap- certgyigg is li; propriatcd : Provided, That the sum so to be paid shall not exceed live paid himthousand five hundred and sixty-nine dollars and eighty cents. prrncgérn, March 3, 1849. or.. . Paw.-- 17