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496 TWENTY-SEVENTII CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cn, 66,67,63. 1842. expenses of further negotiations with the two former tribes, viz. the Sac and Fox, and Winnebagoes, six thousand two hundred dollars. Expgnggg of For this sum, in addition to the appropriation per act of eighteen ¤f¢¤¤§¤e Wim hundred und thirty-five, for the expenses of treating with the Camaugi (’“'"“"°h°s’ ches and other wild tribes of the Western tribes, eight hundred and Piiovigm seventy-eight dollars and fifty-five cents; Provided, That no part of the money appropriated by this act, shall be applied to the payment of any salary or other compensation to, or on account ol, any ohicer or office, unless the same has been created by law or treaties, or is specifically Further pm. provided for in the appropriations in this act: Provided, further, That Vim the commissioners appointed to negotiate treaties with the Indian tribes shall not be allowed more than ten cents per mile for travelling on the most direct route to and from his residence to the place of making the treaties, and eight dollars per day while engaged in making said treaties. Approved, July 17, 1842. Snrnu II. Crum LXVI.-An dot to regulate the value to be ajixed to the pound sterling by July 2.,, ,842. the Treasury Department. (a) "`”°"" Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States 4f America in Congress assembled, That in all payments The pound by or to the Treasury, whether made here or in foreign countries, where Slérlms *0 M it becomes necessary to compute the value of the pound sterling, it shall g°fé$l"°d °° be deemed equal to four dollars and eighty-four cents, and the same rule shall be applied in appraising merchandise imported where the value is by the invoice in pounds sterling. Acts, ccc. in. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all acts and parts of acts in- °Q¤$iS*¢m h€**=· consistent with these provisions, be and the same are hereby repealed. wm" mp“l°d' Approved, July 27, 1342. Snrurz II. July 27 ISH, CHAP. LXVII.—-—·An Act making an appropriation for the repair of the custom-house --—.Lr-. in Providence. [Obsolete.] _ _ _ Be tt enacted by the Senate and House ry' Representatwes of the United Expense 0{rc. States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Wits U¤¤i¤<>d· Treasury is authorized and directed to cause the custom·house at the port of Providence, in the State of Rhode Island, to be repaired, at an expense not exceeding one thousand dollars; and that the sum of one thousand dollars, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, is hereby appropriated therefor. Armtovmn, July 27, 1342. Smrnrn II. -—-——-—— July 27, 1842. C1mP.LXVIlI.-·—An ./2ct to amend **./211 act for altering the time of holding the

 distriet court of the Zhzited States for lite western district of Pennsylvania at

1g4g1h. · W%lltamspm·t," approved May ezghth, czg/ttecn hundred and foriy. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representives· cfifac United Time of hold- States of America in Congress assembled, That the October term of me *6 O°*°l*¤F the district court of the United States for the western district of Penn— term charmed io . . . . . . . me Hrs, M=0“_ sylvama, which is now directed to be holden at Williamsport, in Ly- day in October. coming county, on the third Monday of October in each year, shall hereafter commence and be holden on the first Monday of October in Process, &,c. each and every year; and all process, pleadings, motions, suits, and business heretofore begun, pending and undetermined, or which may hereafter be commenced or instituted, prior to the next October term, shall be held returnable and be returned to the first Monday of October next. Ammovnn, July 27, 1842.

(a) Notes of the acts which have been passed relative to foreign coins, vol. 2, 374.