Much of the groundwork, moreover, for future treaty-making procedures in Canada was being set by the Robinson-Superior and Robinson-Huron Treaties of 1850. [Note 30] The Robinson Treaties (so named after the Crown’s representative, the Honourable William Benjamin Robinson) did not establish a formula for future treaty activities but provided a tidier method. [Note 31] The principal features included provision for annuities, Indian reserves, and freedom for the Indians to hunt and fish on unoccupied Crown lands. These features (except annuities provision) were somewhat similar to those included in the Vancouver Island treaties.