TWENTY—SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. C11.80. 1843. 6I3 For carrying into effect the treaty with the Sac and Fox Indians, con- Sac and Fox duderl October eleventh, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two two treaty- hundred and ninety-nine thousand five hundred and sixty-six dollard and thirty-four cents. ' For defraying the expenses of a negotiation with the Kanzas Indians N<=s¤¤¤¢i¤n or other tribes on the waters of the Missouri river, for the purpose of “"“‘g° K°“‘ Obtaining a tract of land for the permanent and perpetual residence of m’ °’ the Sacs and Foxes, as stipulated in the second article of the treaty ratified February fifteenth eighteen hundred and forty-three, fifteen hundred dollars, And the Secretary of War is hereby authorized to pay ent of m¤¤l<Smi*h¤’ the fund appropriated for "blacksmith’s establishments," &,c., by the lj1g;? llmffth act of the third March, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, the accounts Six dations. 6 due for blacksmith’s work performed in pursuance of the treaty with 1839,•=h·71· the Six Nations, the sum of three thousand eight hundred and seventy- three dollars and seven cents. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That, to satisfy contracts entered Contracts with into in the month of August, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, W C*°°k¤· by Major General Thomas S. Jesup, then commanding the army in Alabama, with the Creek tribe of Indians, the sum of twelve thousand dollars be, and the same hereby is appropriated, to be paid under the instructions of the Secretary of War to the Creek chiefs, Hopoethle Yoholo, Little Doctor, Mad Blue, Tuckebatchee Micco, Jim Boy, and Salka Hadjo, for the benefit of the said chiefs, and that portion of their subchiefs and warriors who served in Florida. Size. 3. And be it further enacted, That for the purpose of settling Segtling_aec’ts and closing the accounts of disbursing agents in the Indian department, °f‘l"’l"5'Sl“§. which were unsettled on the first day of January last, the President of j$g;;`,;:,j;e,?,_I°" the United States is hereby authorized to direct transfers to be made from such balances of moneys heretofore appropriated to carry into effect certain Indian treaties, or for any other object of expenditure connected with Indian relations, as may be no longer required for the several objects for which they were originally made, to the credit of any other head of Indian expenditure, under which balances accruing previous to the above date, remain due: Provided, That no such transfer shall be made unless it satisfactorily appear that the balances from which such transfers are authorized to be made are not necessary for the specific purpose of their original appropriation. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That for the purpose of settling _Se¢tling aec’ts and closing the accounts in the office of the Second Comptroller, for j2r?;lEB€,’gl’g1‘fl' the expenditure of sums appropriated by an act approved June twelfth, ,,,,;,,,,,6;,,,,8 of eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, entitled "An act making appropria- pppropriatipns tions for preventing and suppressing Indian hostilities for the year eigh- a‘:]‘L,P;$;;?B;;§1g teen hundred and thirty-eight, and for arrearages for the year eighteen ;,,d·,,h,,mi;,;eS_ hundred and thirty-seven," and also by an act approved March third, Acrorglme iz, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, entitled "An act making appr0pria— 183$» ¢h· 97- · · · - - · · - Act of March tions for preventing and suppressing Indian hostilities for the year eigh- 3 ,839, Cb_ 9S_ teen hundred and thirty-nine," the President of the United States is ' hereby authorized to direct transfers to be made from any balances remaining under any of the specific heads of appropriation in said acts, which are not necessary for the purposes of their original appropriation, to any other head of appropriation contained in said acts, under which a deficiency may exist. Approved, March 3, 1843. 3 B
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