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nine, in addition to the sum appropriated by the act of twentieth May, 1830, ch. 99.

one thousand eight hundred and thirty, four hundred dollars. Creeks,

For expense of removal and subsistence of Creek Indians, as stipulated in the seventh article of the treaty of twenty-fourth January, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, in addition to former appropriations, to pay claims allowed, as settled by the second auditor, seven thousand two hundred and sixty-one dollars forty-four cents.

For payment of improvements on ceded lands, as stipulated in the eleventh article of said treaty, as settled by the second auditor, in addition to former appropriations, nine thousand three hundred dollars and

seventy-five cents. loway prison- For payment of expenses incurred for provisions, transportation, com

pensation to guards, and other expenses, attending the arrest of loway prisoners in one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, on the charge of murders committed by them, and not before provided for, the sum of

one thousand and twenty-three dollars and thirty-eight cents. Choctaw reser- For expense of locating, surveying and bounding reservations for the vations.

Choctaws, under the nineteenth article of the treaty of fifteenth September, one thousand eight hundred and thirty, not otherwise provided for,

fifteen hundred dollars. Chickasaw

For expense of the Chickasaw agent, with a deputation of Indians, agent.

to the seat of government, on business relating to the treaty negotiated

with them, one thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. Delegation of

For the expense of a delegation from the New York Indians to visit New York In- Green bay during the summer of one thousand eight hundred and thirtydians.

three, for the purpose of surveying and dividing their lands with a view to future emigration, the sum of one thousand eight hundred and ninety

dollars. Shawanoes. For the expense of removing the remaining Shawanoes, being eighty

two in number, from Ohio, to their lands west, one thousand six hundred

and forty dollars. Sac and Fox For the expenses of twelve prisoners of war of the Sac and Fox tribes, prisoners.

now in confinement, and to be held as hostages, under the seventh article of the treaty with the Sacs and Foxes, of twenty-first September, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, embracing the cost of provisions and clothing, compensation to an interpreter, and cost of removing them to a place where they may be kept in safety, without being closely

confined, the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars. Chippewas. For the expense of appraising the improvements abandoned by the

Chippewas, under the sixth article of the treaty of Saginaw, of twentyfourth September, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, the sum of

six hundred dollars. Negroes of For payment for two negroes, the property of George Fields, illegally Broom.

taken from the Broom, a Cherokee chief, in the fall of the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, by a white citizen, seven hundred

dollars. Removing of For expenses of removing and subsisting Choctaws, Creeks, CheroChoctaws, &c.

kees, and Ohio Indians, as estimated for by the commissary general of

subsistence, four hundred and seventy-four thousand and thirteen dollars. Pattawatamies. And the sum of ten thousand dollars for holding a treaty with the Patta

watamies, for the extinguishment of their title to the remainder of their

lands in Illinois. Menominees. For carrying into effect the stipulations of the treaty with the Meno

minees of the eighth February, one thousand eight hundred and thirty

one, fifty-eight thousand six hundred dollars. Chickasaws. For carrying into effect the stipulations of the treaty with the Chicka

saws of twenty-eighth October, one thousand eight hundred and thirtytwo, to be refunded out of the sales of their lands as provided for by said treaty, one hundred thousand dollars.

For carrying into effect the stipulations of the treaty with the Senecas Senecas. West, of twenty-ninth December, one thousand eight hundred and thirtytwo, to be refunded out of the sales of their lands as provided for by said treaty, four thousand dollars.

For payment to the Senecas for lost horses and other property, as stipulated for by fourth article of same treaty, one thousand dollars.

For carrying into effect the stipulations of the treaty with the Ottawas Ottawas. of eighteenth February, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, forty-seven thousand four hundred and forty dollars. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of War shall

Property of cause a valuation to be made of the buildings, improvements and other American Board property, belonging to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign sions. Missions, lying within the limits of the purchase made of the Choctaw tribe of Indians at the treaty of the Dancing Rabbit Creek, and after deducting from the estimated value the amount heretofore advanced by the United States towards the aforesaid buildings and improvements, shall cause the residue to be paid to the trustees of the said board, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the sum of one hundred thou- Repression of sand dollars shall be, and the same is hereby appropriated, should the Indian hostilisame be found necessary to defray the expenses of repressing the hostilities of the Indians on the western frontier of the United States, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.

APPROVED, March 2, 1833.

STATUTE II.

CHAP. LX.–An Act making appropriations for the engineer and ordnance March 2, 1833. departments.

[Obsolete.) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Appropriations States of America, in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, for engineer and and the same are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the treasury

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partment, not otherwise appropriated, namely:

For collecting the materials, and making the preliminary arrangements, for the constțuction of a fort on George's island, Boston harbour, Massachusetts, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For the erection of a building for military and other exercises, at the United States' military academy, West Point, six thousand dollars.

For the erection of a chapel at the United States' military academy, West Point, ten thousand dollars.

For the erection of two new dwelling-houses at the national armory at Springfield, Massachusetts, for the use of the master armorer and paymaster, seven thousand dollars.

For building a pay office and store at the same armory, servation of models and patterns, two thousand dollars.

For building a workshop for grinding and polishing, at the same armory, six thousand dollars.

For enlarging and repairing the shop, for welding and boring musket barrels, at the same armory, fifteen hundred dollars.

For additional machinery at the same armory, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For one steam-engine of fifteen horse power, at the same armory, fifteen hundred dollars.

For thirty-six double racks for placing arms in the new arsenal, at the same armory, five thousand one hundred dollars.

For the erection of twelve additional dwelling-houses for the workmen, at the national armory at Harpers' Ferry, Virginia, eight thousand six hundred dollars.

For the repair and extension of the public dam, on the Potomac river,
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from which the supply of water is obtained for the works at said armory, five thousand dollars.

For the enlargement of the canal, supplying the water power of the public works of the said armory, from the Potomac dam, thirteen thousand four hundred and ninety-five dollars.

For repairing the walls of four workshops at the same armory, fifteen hundred dollars.

For constructing three new water-wheels, and the machinery in the boring, turning, and stocking shops, and sinking flumes, at the said armory, eight thousand four hundred dollars.

For completing the forging-shop tilt-hammer, and new workshop, at the same armory, thirteen thousand three hundred dollars.

For the purchase of one square acre of land, with the improvements, adjoining the arsenal near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For the purchase of forty-five acres of land adjoining the Watervliet arsenal, New York, nine thousand dollars.

For the purchase of the right to the water power on the Shenandoah river, for the use of the United States' rifle factory, which is established on that river, four thousand six hundred dollars.

For the repairs of the Spanish fort Marion, at St. Augustine, and for re-constructing the sea wall, to prevent the encroachments of the sea, at and near the same, twenty thousand dollars.

For the purchase of a site, and for erecting quarters and barracks for the United States' troops at Savannah, Georgia, thirty-five thousand dol

lars. Purchase of Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of War be, and lands.

he is hereby authorized to apply to the purchase of the square acre of land above mentioned, a sum not exceeding three thousand five hundred dollars, out of the proceeds arising from the sale of certain lots of land at Pitts

burgh, Pennsylvania, belonging to the United States, which may be disAct of Aug. 2, posed of, under the provisions of the act of Congress of the second of 1813, ch. 48.

August, one thousand eight hundred and thirteen.

APPROVED, March 2, 1833.

STATUTE II. March 2, 1833. Chap. LXI.-An Act making appropriations for the support of the army for (Obsolete.]

the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three. Appropriations

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United for pay of army, States of America, in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, .

and the same are hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the support of the army for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, viz:

For pay of the army and subsistence of officers, one million three hundred and thirty-six thousand six hundred and ninety-seven dollars.

For forage of officers, fifty-four thousand three hundred and thirty-one dollars.

For clothing for servants of officers, twenty-four thousand dollars.

For subsistence, exclusive of that of officers, in addition to an unexpended balance of fifteen thousand dollars, three hundred and eighty-seven thousand dollars.

For clothing of the army,camp equipage, cooking utensils, and hospital furniture, in addition to material and clothing on hand, amounting to twenty thousand dollars, two hundred and fifty-six thousand seven hundred and sixty-three dollars.

For medical and hospital department, thirty-one thousand dollars.

For arrearages in the same department during the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, three thousand dollars.

&c.

Act of March

For various expenses of the quartermaster's department, viz: for fuel, Pay of army, forage, straw, stationery, blanks, repairing officers' quarters, barracks, store-houses, and hospitals; for erecting temporary cantonments, and gun-houses; for rent of quarters, store-houses, and land ; for postage of letters on public service; for expenses of courts martial, including compensation of judge advocates, members and witnesses ; for extra pay to soldiers employed on extra labour, under the act of March second, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen ; and for expenses of expresses, 2, 1819, ch. 45. escorts to paymasters, and other contingencies to quartermaster's department, two hundred and forty thousand dollars.

For transportation of officers' baggage, and allowance for travel in lieu of transportation, and for per diem allowance to officers on topographical duty, fifty-three thousand dollars.

For transportation of clothing, subsistence, ordnance, and of lead from the mines, and for transportation of the army and funds for pay of the army, including the several contingencies and items of expenditure at the several stations and garrisons usually estimated under the head of transportation of the army, one hundred and twelve thousand dollars.

For defraying the expenses of the board of visiters at West Point, two thousand dollars.

For fuel, forage, stationery, printing, transportation and postage, for the military academy, eight thousand five hundred dollars.

For repairs, improvements, and expenses of buildings, grounds, roads, wharf, and boat, at West Point, four thousand dollars.

For pay of adjutant's and quartermaster's clerk, nine hundred dollars.
For increase and expenses of the library, fourteen hundred dollars.
For philosophical apparatus, eight hundred and ninety dollars.
For models of department of engineering, six hundred dollars.

For models for the drawing department, repairs of instruments for the mathematical department, apparatus and contingencies for the department of chemistry, nine hundred dollars.

Miscellaneous items and incidental expenses of the academy, one thousand five hundred and seventy-five dollars.

For contingencies of the army, ten thousand dollars.
For the national armories, three hundred and sixty thousand dollars.
For the armament of fortifications, one hundred thousand dollars.

For the current expenses of the ordnance service, sixty-nine thousand three hundred dollars.

For arsenals, ninety-six thousand five hundred dollars.

For the recruiting service, thirty thousand nine hundred and fifty-two dollars, in addition to an unexpended balance of twelve thousand dollars.

For the contingent expenses of the recruiting service, sixteen thousand and forty-four dollars, including an unexpended balance of eight thousand five hundred dollars on hand.

For the purchase of accoutrements and swords, sixteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For the purchase of cannon, fourteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For payment of arms for mounted rangers, two thousand five hundred and ninety-eight dollars.

For the purchase of arms for South Carolina, six thousand one hundred and thirty-one dollars.

For arrearages prior to the first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, payable through the third auditor's office, five thousand dollars.

To enable the second auditor to close the accounts, under the act of 1821, ch. 36. third March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-one, allowing three months' gratuitous pay to disbanded officers and soldiers, five hundred dollars.

Pay of army, &c.

.

For arrearages of pay of certain militia of the state of Missouri, called out in one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, one thousand two hundred dollars.

For the pay of the militia of Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Michigan, ordered into the service of the United States during the last year, six hundred and thirty-two thousand dollars in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated for the same purpose.

For completing barracks, quarters, and store-houses, at fort Crawford, eight thousand dollars.

For completing barracks, quarters, and store-houses, at fort Howard, ten thousand dollars.

For completing barracks, and erecting an hospital at Baton Rouge, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For making good a deficiency of appropriation for the erection of barracks at fort Severn, Annapolis, three hundred dollars.

For the construction of a wharf at fort Preble, Portland, including the purchase of a site, three thousand seven hundred and seventy dollars.

For repairing the wharf at fort Independence, Boston, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For repairing the wharf at fort Washington, on the Potomac, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For repairing the wharf at fort Moultrie, Charleston, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For the purchase of ground adjoining fort Trumbull, New London, four hundred dollars.

For the erection of a store-house and stable on the public lot at Pittsburgh, five thousand dollars.

For the purchase of the ground at Key West, on which the barracks and quarters are erected, three thousand two hundred dollars.

For the purchase of land at fort Gratiot, one thousand six hundred dollars.

To make good a deficiency of a former appropriation for the building of a wharf at fort McHenry, ninety dollars and forty cents.

For repairing and extending the levees, securing the works at fort Jackson, Mississippi, and for improving the store rooms and magazine, four thousand dollars.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of War be authorized, at his discretion, out of the moneys appropriated by this, or any former act, for the payment of the militia ordered into the service of the United States, according to law during the last year, to allow and pay to the district paymasters of the army of the United States employed in making such payments, a commission on the sums respectively paid by them, not exceeding one per centum upon the amounts.

APPROVED, March 2, 1833.

Commission to paymasters.

STATUTE II.

March 2, 1833. CHAP. LXII.—An Act to explain and amend the act to alter and amend the serera!

acts imposing duties on imports passed July fourteenth, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, so far as relates to hardware, and certain manufactures of

copper and brass, and other articles. Act of July 14, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United 1832, ch. 227. Certain provi

States of America, in Congress assembled, That the provisoes of the tenth socs suspended and twelfth clauses of the second section of the act to alter and amend till June 1, 1834. the several acts imposing duties on imports, passed July fourteenth, eigh

teen hundred and thirty-two, be, and the same are hereby suspended until the first day of June, eighteen hundred and thirty-four.

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