...And the undersigned Cree, Beaver, Chipewyan and other
Indian Chiefs and Headmen on their own behalf and on behalf of all the
Indians whom they represent, DO HEREBY SOLEMNLY PROMISE and engage to
strictly observe this Treaty, and also to conduct and behave themselves as
good and loyal subjects of Her Majesty the Queen.
THEY PROMISE AND ENGAGE that they will, in all respects,
obey and abide by the law; that they will maintain peace between each
other and between themselves and other tribes of Indians, and between themselves and others of Her Majesty's subjects,
whether Indians, Half-breeds or Whites, this year inhabiting and hereafter
to inhabit any part of the said ceded territory; and that they will not molest the person or property of any inhabitant of such
ceded tract, or of any other district or country, or interfere with or
trouble any person passing or travelling through the said tract, or any part thereof, and that they will assist the officers of
Her Majesty in bringing to justice and punishment any Indian offending
against the stipulations of this Treaty, or infringing the law in force in the country so ceded.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF Her majesty's said commissioners and
the Cree Chief and Headmen of Lesser Slave Lake and the adjacent territory HAVE HEREUNTO SET THEIR HANDS at Lesser Slave Lake,
on the twenty-first day of June in the year herein first above written.
Signed by the parties hereto, in the presence of the
undersigned witnesses, the same having been first explained to the Indians
by Albert Tate and Samuel Cunningham, Interpreters.
Father A. LACOMBE as advisor of the Commission.
E. GROUARD O.M.I.
J. ARTHUR COTE
A.E. SNYDER Insp. N.W.M.P.
HARRISON S. YOUNG
DAVID LAIRD, Treaty Commissioner
J.A.J. McKENNA, Treaty Commissioner
J.H. ROSS, Treaty Commissioner
KEE NOO SHAY OO X* Chief