TWENTY—EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. RES. 5, 6, 9. 1844. 717 of twenty-third August, eighteen hundred and forty-two, the accounting act ofAug. 23, Omcers be directed to discharge the claims for said supplies in me fel- *8*** °h· *9% lowing order, to wit: First, the amounts due to individual claimants lgdbc dm` and secondly, those due to the Territory of Florida; Provided that the p;,;,, whole amount of supplies paid for shall not exceed the quantity of each B l description to which the said troops wereentitled by existing laws. P°*‘· P·797· Armzovmn, April 30, 1844. N 0. 5. Joint Resolution providing for the printing of additional cqries of the jour- April 30, 1844. mls and public documents. ""‘°""" Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Smres of America in Congress assembled, That there shall hereafter be !*d=’¥*P¤¤‘ ‘i°' printed fifty copies of the public journals and documents of the Senate, and one hundred copies of the public journals and documents of the to be primed, House of Representatives, in addition to the number now required by &·1§· t 718 law to be printed; and that fifty copies of said journals and documents, OS ’P' ` in addition to the number now deposited with the Secretary of State, shall hereafter be annually delivered to that officer for distribution according to law; and the residue of said journals and documents shall be deposited in the Library of Congress. Armzovmn, April 30, 1844. N0. 6. Joint Resolution in relation to certain properly purchased for the use of the May 23, 1844. United States at the part if Bath, in the State of Maine. —";""'“ Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives tf the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the hS‘f°·;l;Y°“s· }° Treasury shall have charge of a certain lot, with the buildings thereon alllffolgrgg 3,6 and appurtenances, late the property of the President, Directors and property of the Company of the Bath Bank, in the town of Bath, in the State of Maine, b°'l‘hB?”lg· md taken in execution at the suit of the United States, sold and bought U°,;$cj;}t¤leS_° in by the United States, some years since; and he shall have power to set apart the said premises for the use of a customehouse and such other public uses as he may judge to be expedient and proper, until the further order of Congress in the matter. Arnnovzn, May 23, 1844. N0. 9. Resolution authorizing the corporation of Baltimore to use zz building of June 3, 1844. the United States az Lazarelto Point. ~ """""""" Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the mayor and city Corporate mr. council of Baltimore be and they are hereby authorized to use, as often :l’n‘;g;;°*;’;yB·f:e HS may be found necessary, the public building at Lazaretto Point, near the build,,? at r the harbor of the port of Baltimore, for the reception and acc0mm0da— Lazarazw atm. tion of such passengers in ships or vessels arriving at that port as may &°· _ from time to time he reported in an unhealthful state: Provided, That PFW50- in such use of said building by the city of Baltimore, the same shall not interfere with or obstruct the occupation thereof in the manner and for the purposes required by the Government: And provided, further', Pyoviso. That the said occupation of said building by the city of Baltimore, shall be discontinued or suspended upon the requisition of the Secretary of the Treasury, whenever he shall deem it necessary for the use of the Government. Approved, June 3, 1844.
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