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162 TWENTYYFOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 31. 1837. Ioways. For carrying into effect the treaty_with·the'Ioways of the seventeenth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, sixty-five thousand five hundred and ninety dollars; _ _ 1 Sac, and For carrying into effect the treaties with the Sacs and boxes of the Foxes. seventeenth, twenty-seventh and twentyjerghth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, one hundred and thirty-eight thousand two hundred and forty dollars; _ _ 0,0,,, ,,,,d_ For- carrying into effect the treaty with the Otoes and Missourias gf Missourias. the fifteenth October, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, three thousand dollars· I Omahas. For ’carrying into effect the treaty with the Omahas of the fifteenth October, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, two thousand four hundred and seventy dollars; _ _ _ Sioux, For carrying into effect the treaties with the Sioux of the tenth September, fifteenth October, and thirtieth November, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, one thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars; Additional For pay of four additional sub-agents, three thousand dollars; ¤¤*>-¤S<?¤¤¤; For defraying the expenses of a more particular examination of the E’“’m"‘”"°’} vacant Indian country southwest of the Missouri river, with a view to ofvacantlndran . . . ’ . . . lands,. ascertam its adaptation, in quality and extent, to the accommodation of the tribes yet to be removed, three thousand dollars; Sioux. For holding treaties with the Sioux Indians to extinguish their title to that part of their lands lying east of the Mississippi river, five thousand dollars; Depmqon of For the expenses of a deputation of the New York Indians to visit Ncw York In- the country west of the Mississippi, with a view to the selection of a d‘“““‘ permanent residence, eight thousand dollars; Deputation of For the expenses of a deputation of the Chippewas of Saganaw for Uhlppewas of the same object, two thousand dollars; S§§;','°;? Hem For defraying the expenses of Hendrick, a Stockbridge Indian, and drick and two of two Ioway chiefs, and their attendants, who have visited the seat of fggvsgayljygoio Fovernment on business during the present winter, one thousand dollars; vlli-giirlieidiit In- For defraying the expenses of a treaty with the Wyandot Indians of <li¤¤¤· Upper Sandusky, in the State of Ohio, one thousand dollars; _Holdingtrea· For holding treaties with the various tribes east of the Mississippi ggtxxeillwg river,‘for the cession of lands held by them respectively, and for their ,,,BS,pp,’ &,,_ removal west of said river; and with the Sioux for the eession of their country lying east of the same river, and for defraying the expenses of' a more particular examination of the yacant lands, west of the Mississippi, with a view to ascertain, whether it be sufficient to accommodate the tribes remaining east of said river, seventeen thousand dollars. T08mb1G {nc Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of five thousand President, by dollars be, and the same is hereby appropriated, out of any money in f,;"t‘;bg;?;f;;;; the_'I`reasury not otherwise appropriated, to enable the President of the daprefigmgcnp United States by suitable agents to inquire what depredations were comyvcygceémmnttgd mitted by the Seminole and Creek Indians on the property of citizens Bid 2,r;;‘“fn‘j of Florida, Georgia, and Alabama, immediately before the commencediana, &,,,_ ment of actual hostilities on the part of said respective tribes of Indians; what amount of depredations were committed during the pendency of said hostilities; what portion of the Creek tribe were engaged in such hostilities; and what depredation have been committed by a remnant of said tribe supposed to be friendly and a part of whom were actually employed against the Seminoles, since the removal of the main ' body of them west of the Mississippi, and that the President report the p,,,v;,,,_ information so acquired to Congress at its next session; Provided, Nothing hereinbefore contained, shall be so construed, as to subject the United States to pay for depredations not provided for, by the act of April ninth eighteen hundred and sixteen, and the acts amendatory