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TWENTY—FOUR.TH CONGRESS. Sess.II. Ch. 32, 33. 1S3!. 163 thereto, n0r by acts regulating the intercourse bctwccn the Indian tribes and the United States. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the President may, and he is The presgdmt hereby authorized, to appoint, by and with the consent of the Senate muhcrizcd to three additional Indian agents, one for the Creek, one for the Cherokee “*’p$’l.‘“ ‘h'°° mba of Indians, and one for the tribes on the upper Missouri, who shall Sliéilltllgllgggnn cxcoutc the same duties, possess the sumc powers, and receive the same l pay and omoluments as those now authorized by law, execute, possess and receive, and that the salaries of said agents be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, March 3, 1837; Sn·r¤·n: . CHAP. XXXII.—An .0ct tc change the titles of certain officers in the navy. March 3 1;:;% Be it enacted by the Senate and House mj Representatives of the United _"""" States of America in Congress assembled, That from and aiier the pas- The aides of sage of this act all " masters c0mmandant" in the navy shall be taken "m¤S¢¢¤g wmto be and shall be called " c0mm:md0rs," and all " sailingmastcrs" shall gzzdzgtto be taken to be and shall be called " masters :" but such change of title ~‘* cozgmmandshall not impair or in any way affect the rank, pay, or privileges, of any $·>FS;" ¤¤d "§}i!· master ccmmandant or sailingmastcr now in the service; and should lY§;';?;;:’]€ °° they receive new commissions or warrants, they shall respectively take ` rank from the date of their present commissions. Armzovmn, March 3, 1837. S·u·rU·m II. CHAP. XXXIII.—-.011 Act maki ¤· a `ations or the civil and di lamatic expenses of Gwermruznt for gs: y?:;;';;;/zteen hlzndred and thirty-sezgn. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the [ObS°l°t°'] United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any unappropriated money in the treasury, viz: For pay and mileage of the members of Congress and delegates, three P & hundred and forty-eight. thousand and forty dollars; of mémbckg For pay of the officers and clerks of the Senate and House of Repro- o1'G¤nFres¤. santatives, thirty-thrco thousand seven hundred dollars; 8f°;Y:f°gf:f°· For stationery, fuel, printing, and all olher contingent expenses of gre“ the Senate, forty-nine thousand five hundred and nity dollars; Coming:-me For stationery, fuel, printing, and all other contmgeut expenses ;:l':”“°$ °f S°• of the House of Representatives, one hundred and filly thousand g,·,},t;,,%,;?,eX, dollars · penseso ousa Thcltwo sums last mentioned to be applied to the payment of the °$`I,§;P{;’5 m1 ordinary expenditures of the Senate and House of Represcntwves, applicable only severally, and to no other purpose; to ordmuy ex- For compensation to the President and Vice President of the United Pf,’;';l¥;m" States, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of the Treasury, the Sc0· vim, pmsgdemy rotary of War, the Secretary of the Navy, and the Postmaster Genera], :1;;% thsleudsx sixty thousand dollars; ° war mem s' For salary of the secretary to sign patents for public lands, per act §ecma,y ,0 of March second, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, one thousand five sngn pawnts. hundred dollars; For clerks and messengers in the officc of the Secretary of State. 05;,,, of Sc. twenty thousand three hundred dollars; cré>{·:z:f§t: l¤· For the contingent expenses of the Department of State, mcluding Pubucidom publishing and distributing the laws, tvuantyuvc thousand dollars; &,E_,·,rEhe hw,, For compiling und printing the Bxcnmal Rcgnster, one thousand plenum1Reci ht hundred dollars ; S§;*;¤;Hm,t d gFo1‘ the superintendent and watchman of the northeast cxccuuvc wamhmqnN E building, one thousand five hundred dollars; om. bmldmg.