THIR'I`Y—SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 66. 1852. 19 For interest on the amounts awarded Choctaw claimants, under the Choctaw claimfourteenth article of the treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, of twenty- Qnist ‘}P°}§' seventh of September, eighteen hundred and thirty, for lands on which Q? y§),,b;,,2n°` they resided, but which it is impossible to give them, and in lieu of the Creekscrip that has been awarded under the act of twenty-third of August, eighteen hundred and forty-two, not deliverable east, by the third section 1842, eh. 187. of said law, per act of third March, eighteen hundred and forty-tive, for 1845, ch. 72. the half year ending thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, twenty-one thousand_eight hundred dollars: Provided, That after the _ Proviso as to thirtieth day of June, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, all payments of mm°St‘ interest on said awards shall cease, and that the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby directed to pay said claimants the amount of principal awarded in each case respectively, and that the amount necessary for this purpose bc, and the same is hereby appropriated, not exceeding eight hundred and seventy-two thousand dollars: Provided, further, Th_at Proviso. the final payment and satisfaction of said awards shall be first ratified and approved as a iinal release of all claims of such parties under the fourteenth article of said treaty, by the proper national authority of the ghoctaws, in such form as shall be prescribed by the Secretary of the terior. For the purchase of presents, and to negotiate under instructions from T81m I¤di¤-¤¤· the Secretary of the Interior, with the Indians in Texas who have intruded themselves into that State from the territories of the United States, for their removal from that State, twenty-ive thousand dollars. For continuing the collection and for publishing the statistics and _Statistics or other infomation authorized by the act of third of March, eighteen l“‘;§',}S·ch 66 hundred and forty-seven, and subsequent acts, seventeen thousand dol- 1850; ch: of Iars: Provided, That the work shall be completed in live volumes, and 1851. Gb- 12· that at least one volume shall be published in each year until the whole Pr°m°' series of five volumes shall be finished. For arrearages in the cost of the preparation of the volume, for the year eighteen hundred and fifty-one, of statistics and other information authorized by the act of third of March, eighteen hundred and forty- seven, and subsequent acts, five thousand three hundred dollars. For printing, binding, etc., six hundred copies of the first volume of the foregoing work, for distribution among new members, six thousand five hundred and seventydrive dollars. _ For this sum, to enable the Secretary of the Interior to satisfy the Creek I¤di¤¤¤· claims of the Creek Indians for mills stipulated to be furnished under the fifth article of the treaty of the fourteenth of February, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, four thousand dollars. For expenses of removal and subsistence of Pottawatomies of Indiana, PI<;;§1¢}W¤*°ml°¤ ($22,500,) twenty-two thousand five hundred dollars. °f ma' For expenses of removal and subsistence of Choctaws, ($50,000,) Ch°°mW’·· fifty thousand dollars. _ For expenses of removal and subsistence of Winnebagoes, three thou- W“m"b“8°°S· sand five hundred and thirteen dollars and two cents. _ _ For this sum to cover arrearages for and on account of contingencies of Cgllgigiengg of the Indian Department, twenty-two thousand five hundred dollars. partment. For indemnity for losses sustained by the Menomonee Indians in the Menomonees. delivery of goods to them, as a part of their annuity, in the year eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, per seventh article of the treaty with that tribe of the eighteenth of October, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, three thousand six hundred and twenty-four dollars and forty-eight cents. For payment for services of blacksmith, and for the use of tools, for $<=¤¤<>¤¤- the Seneca tribes of Indians, from the tirst of July to eighth of November, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, two hundred and thirteen dollars and thirty-three cents. _ _ For clerk hire, office rent, fuel, stationery, dce., for the superintendent , Igdgw Mmm of Indian Affairs in Oregon, two thousand four hundred dollars. m r gm`
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