House Journal 1825 (30-318940-P118A.pdf)
226 stipulated by the treaty to be delivered to said Indians in the month of October annually limiting the amount to twelve hundred dollars, that being the sum appropriated for the like purpose the preceding year. A copy of my instructions to the Agent is herewith communicated. Council Chamber January 20, 1825. Albion K. Parris.
(see page 96.) To the Senate, and House of Representatives: I transmit a copy of a communication received from the Inspector General of Hops. His statement is corroborated by the official returns. On the renewal of the commission in September last, the appointment was declined by the present Inspector, on account of the amount of duties required by law to be paid on the commission. He was informed that the payment of the duty was indispensable during the existence of the law, but that as the requiring a duty on an office, of so little emolument, was questionable the subject would be submitted to the consideration of the Legislature Under this assurance the appointment was accepted. Council Chamber January 27. 1825 Albion K. Parris.
(see page 110.) To the Senate, and House of Representatives: I transmit for the information of the two branches of the Le-
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