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3% TWENTYJIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 71. 1339 Firsmmuai For the first of ten annual instalments stipulated to be paid by the insmlmenu same article, twelve thousand five hundred and sixty-eight dollars; Payment of Fm- the payment of claims provided for in the fourth and fifth articles, claims. one hundred and fifty thousand dollars; Valuing baud_ For the expenses of valuing buildings and improvements upon the ings, &.c. ceded lands, and for the erection of others, as stipulated by the severfth article, three thousand three hundred dollars; _ Surveying and For the expenses of surveying and marking the boundary lines of the markipg bonu- Miami lands in the State of Indiana, as stipulated by the ninth article, dm h"°°‘ two hundred dollars; _ _ _ Examination For the expenses attending the examination of claims which have vfclaims. accrued since the twenty-third day of October, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, two thousand five hundred dollars; Claims under For the expenses of the commission to examine claims under the ¢¤=¤W ¤f Wm treaty with the Miamies of the tenth day of November, eighteen hun. N"' IS:"' di-ed and thirty-seven, not covered by the former appropriation for that object, two thousand dollars; Com crop For the payment to the Pottawatamies of Indiana for the com crop °b¤¤d°¤°d HY abandoned by them upon their emigration west of the Mississippi, P°tmw°mm1°S' which was appraised by agents appointed by the Government, seven hundred and forty-two dollars and fifty cents; ° Log houses of For the payment to the same Indians of the value of twelve log houses, P°”**W°·*¤ml€¤· appraised in the same manner, and destroyed before their removal, six hundred dollars; Remo"], gw_ For the expenses of the removal and subsistence of these Indians, 07 ?¤¤¤W¤¢’¤- fifty thousand dollars; Fencixég, &c. For the expense of fencing and breaking up ground for tillage for f°¥*h° ¤¤¤l¤¤¤· the Omaha Indians, as stipulated by the third article of the treaty with them of eighteen hundred and thirty-six, in addition to the sum of twelve hundred dollars appropriated in the year eighteen hundred and thirty- seven, eight hundred dollars; Farmer for the For the salary of the farmer to be supported among the said Indians, 0m¤h¤¤· as stipulated by the same article of the same treaty, eight hundred dollars; claims unda, For the balance of the expenses incurred by the commission for the the treaty with examination of claims under the second article of the treaty with the 2.‘:xE’:ff“Egs_ Sacs and Fox Indians of Mississippi, of October eighteen hundred and MPP; thirty-seven, over and above the former appropriation for that object, one thousand five hundred dollars; A millet for For the support of a miller for the Sacs and Fox Indians of Missiszhe Sacs and sippi, as stipulated by the third article of the treaty of September eigh- 5;’;;;i°f M"' teen hundred and thirty-six, six hundred dollars; p,-wu};,,; m, For the expenses of procuring rations for these Indians for one year, tions. as stipulated by the third article of the same treaty, over and above the ’ provision heretofore made for that object, fourteen thousand six hundred and fifty-seven dollars and thirty-seven cents; Exaniimuion For the balance of the expenses incurred in examining claims under °f°l‘“'"’· &°· the second article of the treaty of September eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, with the Sioux Indians, by the commission appointed for

hat}purpm$,(;>vpr and above the former appropriation for that object,

ve un re dollars; Commissioner For compensation to a commissioner and clerk to be appointed to rem£zm;' examine the claims under the last mentioned treaty, the re·examination ' to be made in the Indian country, five thousand five hundred dollars; Fmds in For the payment of the expenses of the investigation into frauds prac- Qrsok resoi-v¤· tised in the reservations of the Creek Indians for the year eighteen hun- "§’;°!;mvd md dren and thirty-nine, five thousand dollars;

 of For the payment of the expenses of the removal and subsistence of

Creeks. the Creek Indians, to be applied in payment of claims settled by the