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562 THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Szss. 1. Rss. 8, 9, 10, ll. 1850 July 18, 1850. [No. 8.] —- A Resolution expressing the Cundalenee of Congress for Mrs. Marga- —-——·——i- ret S. Taylor. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United The President States of America in Congress assembled, That the President of the gi t;*;°m ggitgg United States be requested tc transmit a copy of the proceedings of {oa uausguits to the two Houses on the tenth instant, in relation to the death of the late Mr¤{M¤rg¤r¤¢$· President of the United States, to Mrs. Margaret S. Taylor; and to 5;y1;gc;g§£1;; assure her of the profound respect of the two Houses of Congress for of the two her person and character, and of their sincere coudolence ou the late H°“S°S gi aiilieting dispensation of Providence. $:::,::1 B Approved, July 18, 1850. July 29, 1850. {No. 9.]- A Resolution for restoring the Settlement of the “ three months extra "“"‘·‘*‘*" pay “Claims to the Accounting Ojioers of the Treasury. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Restoring the United States of ylmeriea in Congress assembled, That from and after

§;"°m°'XE thi; the passage of this act, the unsettled claims of the officers, non-comm0nths’ _ um. missioned officers, musicians, and privates, for three months' extra pay

{’§g” £j;T;th:° for services in the war with Mexico, as provided for by the fifth section oqims of mg of the act approved July nineteenth, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, treasury- chapter one hundred and four, which, by a joint resolution of Congress, approved July twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and forty~eight, it was made the duty of the pay department of the army to settle under such regulations as the ‘paymaster·general, with the approval of the Secretary of War, shall establish, be, and the same are hereby, directed to be settled by the second auditor and certified by the second comptroller of the treasury. That all muster and pay rolls, and all other papers relating to said claims on file in the paymastergencrul’s office, be transferred to the second auditor’s office, and that the settlements made by the pay department, under the joint resolu— tion approved the twenty-ninth day of July, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, be considered as valid as if they had been made by the accounting officers of the treasury. Approved, July 29, 1850. July 29, 1850. [N0. 10.]-—Joint Resolution granting old Brass Guns to the Jackson Monument """;’_" Committee. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Oldbrasg guns United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President

3 5; of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorized and requested to

monument com. cause to be delivered to the Jackson monument committee, in the city ¤¤i**¤¢· M ’¢h¢ of Washington, such old brass guns, condemned as unservieeable, and

  • P°rP°°° °°m°d' not being national trophies, as may be sufficient material for casting

the equestrian statue of Andrew Jackson, now in the course of construction in said city under the direction of said committee. Armovrm, July 29, 1850. Aug. 10, 1850. [N0. 11.]-A Resolution relative to the Payment of Dividends or Interest on ———-———— War Bounty Serip. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Dmdémk 0, States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the i¤¤¤¤¢ W b¤ Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed, in redeeming and discharging