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14 TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS- Sess. I. Ch. 23. 1846. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the said regiment of ridemqtfcbful gbiffj men shall be subject to the rules and articles of war, and shall be. rearticles of war, cruited in the same manner as other troops in the service of the United md ’°°’“““ *“ States, and with the same conditions and limitations; and the oii-icers, iiié mtiiiiipi non-commissioned officers, musicians, privates, blacksmiths, and farof U- S- riers, shall be entitled to the same provisions for wounds and disabil- Provision for ities, and the same provisions for widows and children, and the same

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:, dp; allowances and benefits, in every respect, as are allowed to other

willows and troops composing the army of the United States. I . ¤hE*;;:;Lg‘n$b6n_ Sno, 4. And be at further enacted, That the non-commissioned nation when on officers, musicians, and prlvates of sand regiment, when employed in fatigue duty- constructing fortifications, making surveys, cutting roads, or perform. ing other labor, shall be allowed fifteen cents per day each, with a commutation in money for the extra spirit ration, as provided by the mg, ch_,,_5_ act of the second of March, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, entitled "An Act to regulate the Pay of the Army when on Fati ue Dut ." Srio. 5. Aynd be it further enacted, That the sum of seventy-six Appropriation. thousand five hundred dollars, for mounting and equipping said regiment, be, and the same hereby is, appropriated, to be paid out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Appropriation Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That a sum not exceeding three g>;n;¤*(:*;¤;{tc¤°:; thousand dollars, out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise Omg0H_ appropriated, be, and the same hereby IS, appropriated, to defray the expenses of each military station or defence which the President may deem necessary on the line of communication with Oregon, and a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars for making compensation to the Indian tribes which may own or possess the ground on which the said station may belvprected, and for each station. Approved, ay 19, 1846. May 22, 1846. CHAP. XXIII. —.r2n Het to establish the Value of ccrtainforcign Cain: and Money:

 of Account, and to amend existing Laws.

Value or cer- ..Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the ,3,,,,-,,,.,,,g,, (,0,,,,, United States of America in Congress assembled, That in all compuin computations tatrons at the custom-house, the foreign coins and money of account at °““°m'h°““· herein specified shall be estimated as follows, to wit: The specie dollar of Sweden and Norway, at one hundred and six cents; the specie dollar of Denmark, at one hundred and five cents; the thaler of Prussia and of the northern states of Germany, at sixty-nine cents; the florin of the southern states of Germany, at forty cents; the Horin of the Austrian Empire, and of the city of Augsburg, at forty- eight and one half cents; the lira of the Lombardo-Venetian Kingdom, and the lira of Tuscany, at sixteen cents; the franc of France and of Belgium, and the lira of Sardinia, at eighteen cents six mills; the ducat of Naples, at eighty cents; the ounce of Sicily, at two dollars and forty cents ; the pound of the British provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, and Canada, at four dollars. Repeal or in- And all laws inconsistent with this act are hereby repealed. °°'””’*°°* “°“’· Arr-novnn, May 22, 1846.