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612 TWENTY-SEVENTII CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 79, S0. 1843. STATUTE III. March 3, 1843. Can. LXXIX.—-An Act to rlepeal argc;/_enlitl;;Z :*.2111 uci to extend the collection -——=—-— istrict iscass .’ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United A<=¤¤l` 3l¤¤ States of America in Congress assembled, That the act entitled ‘·‘An

8gg‘r;8gi£_" act to extend the collection district of Wiscasset," passed August thirty-

’ P lirst, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and fortv·two, be, and the same is hereb , re ealed. Avradvmn? March 3, 1843. Srnruu III. ’*""" March 3, 1843. CHAP. LXXX.-dn Act making approprialiom for fulfilling treaty simulations ··—·-1 with the various Indian tribes, and for the current and contingent expenses of [Ob°°l8"°‘] the Indian department, for the half calendar ypar beginning the jirst day qf January and ending the lhirtiel/z day of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-three ; and for thejlscal year beginning the_/irstday of July, one thousand eight hundred anddfurty-lIm:e, and ending the I/rzrtzcth day of June, one thawsand eight hundrc and fvrtyfour, and fur other purposes. _ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the ,££l"`°p"“' United States of America. in Congress assembled, That the following ` sums be, and they are hereby, appropriated, for the half calendar year beginning on the first day of January, and ending on the thirtieth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-three; and for the fiscal year beginning on the first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and forty-three, and ending on the thirtieth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-four, for the purpose of fulfilling treaty stipulations with the various Indian tribes, and of paying the current and contingent expenses of the Indian department, to be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated: Fulfilmentof For the fulfilment of the treaties with various Indian tribes, for the Indian treaties. said half calendar year, seven hundred and twenty-three thousand seven hundred and eight dollars; and for the said fiscal year seven hundred and forty-nine thousand and sixty-five dollars. H°;d;,,g,,my For the payment of three drafts, drawn on the department by Gowith the Sioux. vemor Doty, For goods, provisions, and presents, procured and delivered by him to the Sioux Indians, while holding the treaty with them in one thousand eight hundred and forty-one, and which treaty was rejected by the Senate, at its late session, for said half calendar year, thirteen thousand seven hundred and seventy-six dollars and forty-nine cents. Removal of the For the removal to the west of the Mississippi, ol' two hundred and New Y<>1‘k IH- fifty of the New York Indians of the Seneca, Cayuga, and Onondaga d““"" &°‘ tribes, and for fulfilling other treaty stipulations with them: Provided, That so many are willing to emigrate, for the said half calendar year, twenty thousand four hundred and seventy-seven dollars and fifty cents. cummexpen. For current expenses of the Indian Department, for the said half ¤<·>¤ 0W1G hdl- calendar year, fiity-three thousand five hundred dollars, and including '"1 D°P“""‘°“l‘ four hundred and fifty dollars paid by order of General Z. Taylor, for two white boys ransomed from the Camanche Indians; and for the said fiscal year, ninety-three thousand three hundred dollars. Citzdsxgfggf Flor subsistence of the Choctaw. claimants and their Indian witnesses ams and thirduring their attendancelat the sittmgs of the commissioners appointed wimum, under the “Act to provide for the satisfaction of claims arising under 1s·t2,¤a. 187. the fourteenth and nineteenth articles of the treaty of Dancing Rabbit pipeek, cpncludgddin September, one thousand eight hundred and thirty, teen thousand ollars. Removal of For the removal of the Choctaws to the west of the Mississippi, sixty- the Ch°¢l¤·W¤· seven thousand four hundred and ninety dollars. Chippewa For carrying into effect the treaty with the Chippewa Indians, con- “°°‘Y· cludeld Octolpeg fpurth, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, fifty- one thousand dollars.