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TWENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sr:ss.II. Ch.3’7. 1841. 435 ers, connected with the operations of the army; for hire of mechanics, laborers, mule-drivers, teamsters and other assistants, including their subsistence; for miscellaneous and contingent charges, and for arrearages in eighteen hundred and forty, one million sixty-one thousand eight _ hundred and sixteen dollars; for removing the raft of Red river under RFQ ?““°‘Q,!Qg the direction of the Secretary of TVB! seventy-five thousand dollars; e mer r ` Sno, 2. And be it farther enacted, That the Secretary of War be, Settlement ¤l` and he is hereby, directed to cause to be audited the account of the cor- mi “°i°‘;“;,gf porate authorities of the city of Mobile, for advances of money and ex- uuihggiggg gf penses incurrred in equipping, mounting, and sending to the place of Mobilerendezvous, two full companies of mounted men, under a call from the Governor of Alabama, at the beginning of the hostilities of the Creek Indians, in the summer of eighteen hundred and thirty-six; and the amount or balance found due, is hereby directed to be paid out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, as soon as the Secretary of War shall approve the same. Srzc. 3. And be it further enacted, That for the purpose of designating and marking the boundary line between the State of Michigan and Territory of Wisconsin, agreeably to the true intent and meaning of the second section of the act entitled "An act to establish the northern boundary line of the State of Ohio, and to provide for the admission of the State of Michigan into the Union, upon the conditions therein expressed," there be, and is hereby appropriated, the sum of six thousand Survey of the dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War, in °°¤¤¤Y l>¤¤W';¤ the survey and examination of the country situated between the mouths %‘:;,‘;;';;{"° of the Menomonie and Montreal rivers, who is hereby directed to cause rivers. ` to be made a plat or plan of such survey andexamination, which shall Act Of ]¤¤¤ be returned to Congress with all convenient despatch. 15’1836’°h‘99‘ Avruovrcn, March 3, 1841. ""‘""" Sururs II. Cru?. XXXVII.-.12n Act making an appropriation for the temporary support of March 3, 1841. certain destitute Ric/sapoo Indians, and to defray the expense of removing and ——-——-————— snbsisting the Swan Greek and Black River Indians of Michigan. [Ol>¤0l¢l6-] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of m£;*;‘1};°;?"L8_ twenty-two thousand dollars be appropriated, out of any moneys in the mu,,, Kick,,,,,,,, Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the temporary support of cer- Indians tain destitute Kickapoo Indians, and that those clerks specially charged diaggihsaggw with the business of the Chickasaws be paid as heretofore out of the amps_ Chickasaw fund such sums as the President of the United States shall authorize. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the proper accounting officers Settlement 0; of the Treasury Department be, and they are hereby, directed to adjust the accounts of and settle the accounts of Clements, Bryan and Company, with the E:€£°8;S»B*Y' United States, arising under a contract, alleged to have beerrrnade on ° the twelfth June, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, for subsrstrngthe emigrating Cherokee Indians, upon principles of equity and Justice; Provided, That in settling said accounts said accounting officers shall also take into consideration the contract of said Clements, Bryan and Company, with the United States of the twenty-seventh June, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, and deduct any profits which they may have made under said last-mentioned contract, from whatever amount may be found due to them under said contract of June twelfth, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight; and such balance so foundlto be due,. shall be paid out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, March 3, 1841.