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680 TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 102, 103, 104. 1844. whom the same was instituted, and all other proceedings had in relation thereto, in like manner as if such death or substitution had not occurp,0,,;s0_ red: Provided, however, That such trustees, for the use of any relrgrous congregation, shall not hereager take or hold 2Rmy one time, any tract of land in the count excee in in quantr y y acres, or m ary m~ pmpmy only corporated town excegding threegacres; nor shall such real property be to pe held for held by them for any other usetham as a place of publrc worshxg, re- ,§‘§},§§;°“S *’“" ligigus or othe; instnyctaogdnurid ground or residence of then- mmrster, Ppnovmo, une , . Snrvrr: I. yung1y, 1844_ Crrn. CII.-An Act to continue the pensions of certain widows. Act of March Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the 3·18’¥3·°h· 10% United States of America in Congress assembled, That the act grant- §:,°£l2gv_l;§gQ,_,,, ing pensions to the widows of certain revolutionary soldiers, approved extended for4 i the third day of March, one thousand eight hundred and forty-three, be EER? fwm and the same is hereby revived and extended from and during the term mb 4* ISM' of four years from and after the fourth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and forty-four, to have thelsame effect as if said act had bfeten ahgrfent;>}f"ynensiio1f? forhfive yteiars in?ead lof lonedyeair frgmf and a er the our ay 0 arc , one thousand exg un re an or y- three. Widows em;_ Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That such widows as have been ded to benefit or shall be admitted by special acts of Congress to the benefit of the ggé? ly; 7· pension act, approved the seventh day of July, one thousand eight hun- ,0 hgve gcmg, dred and thirty-eight, or to the benefit of the act hereby revived and of this. extended, shall be entitled and shall be admitted to the benefit of this act, subject, h0wev;1·,to the rules, limitations, and conditions in and by said acts prescribe . A1>r·novm>, June 17, 1844. Sruurx I. jun, yy, ]g44_ Cum. CIII.—An Act supplementary to the act entitled “An act to regulate trade »——-—-————~ and intercourse with the Indian tribes, and to preserve peace on the fr0nticrs," 183% °h· ISL passed thirlielh June, one Uwusund eighl htmdred and thirtyfour. Be it enacted by the Senate and House o R esentatives 0 the Courts of Ar- United States of America in Congress assem{led,e£I`rhat the courfs of lzlxgaggrhgzz the United States in and for the district of Arkansas, be, and they hereby {,m,,_mm,.,.m,,.; ure, vested with the same power and jurisdiction, to hear, try, determine and punish all crimes committed within that Indian country designated in the twenty-fourth section of the act to which this is a supplement, and therein and thereby annexed to the Territory of Arkansas, as were vested in the courts of the United States for said Territory before the same became a State. And that for the sole purpose of carrying this act into eftect, all that Indian country heretofore annexed by the said twenty-fourth section of the act aforesaid to the Territory of Arkansas, be gud the same hereby is annexed to the State of Arkansas. rrnovmn, June 17, 1544. ernvrr I. """ Jung 17, |544, Cum-. CIV.-·An Jai caycwlamztvry of the Treaty made with the Chzyvewa Lndiam ·····—····— at Sagamzw, the iwcnty—i}nIrcl of January, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight. d S Be it enacted by the Sénate and House of Represmtatives of tke United _15f ¤¤d2 ar- tutes 0 America in ongress assembled, That the first and second

§:fl’é’,§i;;;‘;*;s articles in the treaty made with the Chippewa Indians on the twenty-

,,5J¤,,_g3,18;;8, third of January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, shall be Mw w be con- so construed as to prevent the sales of land ceded by said treaty for a. “"““d· less sum than two dollars and fifty cents per acre from and after the first day of September, one thousand eight hundred and forty-three; and that