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A PPENDIX To Gales & Seaton's Rezzistev. 105
18th Congress, ) z ~ 77~. T~~ ~~ —
2d Sessiox. I Laws of the United States.
For payment of said annuity for the year one thousand eight hundred and tWP„tv c,„„ r . u • ,
tions of said treaty, one thousand dollars. * nunarea and twenty-hve, according to the stipula.
^e^r„d doXs.!lOUSatld eiSht hUndred and 'W^^rding
For defraying the expenses of holding treaties with the Siouz, Chippevrays, Henomeenees, Sauks, Foxes, &c as
P™** P-=e, between said
For arrearages prior to the first of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, twenty thousand dollar*
For arrearages trom first J uly, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, to first January, one thousand eight bun-
dred and eighteen, four thousand dollars. " iuuiu.imcigiji.uuii
For payment of claims against the usages by citizens of the United States, three thousand five hundred and
eighty-two dollars and nfty cents, being the balance of a former appropriation which has passed to the surplus fund
For payment ot the annuity to the Sock and Fox tribes, as provided for by the third article of the treaty with
those tribes, dated fourth August, eighteen hundred and twenty-four, one thousand dollar:;.
For payment of the annuity to the loway tribe of Indians, as provided for by the second article of the trea-
ty with that tribe, dated fourth August, eighteen hundred and twenty-four, five hundred dollars.
Far payment of five hundred dollars to each of the four head Chiefs of the Q.uapau tribe, agreeably to the se-
cond article of the treaty with said tribe, dated the fifteenth November, eighteen hundred and twenty-four two
For payment of the annuity provided for by the same article of the said treaty, one thousand dollars.
For the purchase of provisions for sis months, as provided for by the fifth article of said treaty, fifteen thousand
three hundred and seventy-two dollars.
For furnishing facilities for the transportation of said Indians, as provided for by the aforesaid fifth article of said
treaty, one thousand dollars.
For the pay of a sub-Agent or Interpreter, to reside among said Indians, as is provided fur by the same article
of said treaty, five hundred dollars.
For the payment of the annuities provided for by the second and third articles of the treaty of the twentieth of
January, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, with the Choctaw nation of Indians; and also of an annuity to Robert
Cole, provided for by the tenth article, twelve thousand and one hundred and fifty dollars.
For the payment of the claims of the Choctaw nation, for services on the Pensacola campaign, and other claims
of the Choctaw Indians, as provided for by the sixth and eighth articles of said treaty, sixteen thousand nine hun-
dred and seventy-two dollars and fifty cents.
For the salary of the Agent provided for by the ninth article of said treaty, fifteen hundred dollars.
For carrying into effect the provisions of the ninth article of the said treaty, the provisions of the third article
for the survey and sale of the fifty-four sections of land therein referred to i and for running the line defined in
the first article, and any other expenses arising out of the execution of the caid treaty, ten thousand dollars.
Towards the execution of any treaty that may be ratified by the United States, prior to the next session of Con-
gress, with the Creek Indians, for the extinguishment of their title to lands in Georgia and Alabama, and for the
removal of said Indians west of the Mississippi, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
Approved—March 3, 1825.
.2.V ACT confirming- an act of the Legislature of Virginia, entitled " An act incorporating the Chesapeake and Ohio
Canal Company," and an Act of the state of *Maryland, confirming the same.
Be it enacted, &c. That the act of the Legislature of the state of Virginia, entitled " An act incorporating the
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company," be, and the same is hereby, ratified and confirmed, so far as may be ne-
cessary for the purpose of enabling any company, that may hereafter be formed by tile authority of said act of in-
corporation, to carry into effect the provisions thereof, in the District of Columbia, within the exclusive jurisdic-
tion of the United States, and no further.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That, should the state of Virginia or Maryland desire, at any time, to avail it*
self of the right secured to it, by the twenty-first section of the act aforesaid, to take and continue a canal, from
any point of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, to any other point within the territory of the District of Co umbia,
or'through the same, on application to the President of the United States, by the Executive of the state, the Presi-
dent is authorized and empowered to depute three skilful Commissioners of the United States' Corps of Engi-
neers, to survey and examine so much of the route of such canal as may affect, in any manner, the navigation of
the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. The said Commissioners, or a majority of them, shall ascertain as far as practi-
cable, whether the canal proposed to be constructed by the state aforesaid will injure or impede the navigation
of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, and report to the President of the United States the facts and reasons on which
they may ground their judgment thereupon ; which report shall be submitted to the Congress of the United States,
at their session next ensuing the date thereof for their decision thereon ; and, if Congress shall be or opinion that
the said canal may be cut in the manner proposed as aforesaid, without impeding or injuring the navigation of the
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, the same shall be conclusive thereon.
Approved—March 3, 1825.
AX ACT making- appropriations for certain Fortification.!: of the United Stales, for the year one thousand eight hundred
JBe it enac ted, Sc. That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, to wit: For fortifications
to each specifically as follows :
For Hrenton's Point, sixty thousand dollars;
For New Utrecht Point, forty thousand dollars ;
For Fort Delaware, seventy-one thousand six hundred and seventy-nine dollar and nfty cents ;
For Fort Monroe, one hundred thousand dollars;
Vol. I,—l i-.
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