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570 THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. RES. 32, 33, 42, 44. 1867. of quarantine sioners of quarantine, or the proper authorities of any of the ports of the €3,';°;f‘g;’r‘;_f°' United States, to be used by them temporarily for quarantine purposes, ,4,,;,, P, 35;, such vessels or hulks belonging to the United States as are not required for other uses, be continued for two years after the passage of this joint resolution. Approved, February 28, 1867. Feb. 28, 1867. [No. 33.] Joint Resolutvbn authorizing the Secretary <% the Navy to grant the Use of Guns for T nal of Rtdgway’s atteiy. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United D¤hlg¤'9¤ g¤¤S States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Navy £2f,,??§?r§?§gfal be, and he hereby is, authorized to grant the use of two eleven-inch Dahlwayjs pazenire- gren guns to John Ridgway of Boston, for use in experimental trials of volving b““°’Y· Ridgway’s patent revolving battery. Approved, February 28, 1867. March 1, 1867. [No. 42.] Joint Resolution authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to pay certain Claims "__"""`_ out of tire Batancelgt an Appropriation _ jbr the fayment of necessary Expenditures in the Service of the ntted States for Indian Afazrs in the Territory cy" [bah. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United P¤Ym¢¤¤ $0 States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the gfgigrkséiuhglfjg Interior be, and is hereby, authorized to pay to Henry Standish, ington, Harrison Dimick B. Huntington, Harrison Severe, and Buchanan and Company, EE;;;; xg Bu" the sums which may be found due them on the settlement of their accounts Comp,,,,} with the United States for Indian affairs in Utah Territory, not to exceed the sums, respectively, of one hundred and ninety-three dollars and fifty cents, one hundred and seventy-tour dollars and seventy-five cents, and of eighteen hundred and ninety-three dollars and sixty-six cents, seven hundred and two dollars, which shall be paid out of any of the unexpended v}g6gh?hh5§’y balance of the appropriation made by the act entitled "An act to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the service of the fiscal year ending thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty," approved hlay twenty- fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty, for the payment of the late Indian V1§62»_,°h· 32;, agents in Utah, and an act entitled “An act to authorize a change of ap- 0 `Xu'P`propriations for the payment of necessary expenditures in the service of the United States for Indian affairs," approved February twenty-second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two. Approved, March 1, 1867. March 2, 1867. No. 44. A Resolution or 'nti additional Co ies o the A endix to theDi lomatze _____";' [ ] Qwelgvoridnmengf eighteen hundred aiid SiIt£_1]él7C. P Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Additional States of America in Congress assembled, That in addition to the number g?5‘tf‘,§*§§f"*“‘ of copies of papers relating to Foreign Affairs now authorized by law, nqgytic COL,- there shall be printed for distribution by the Department of State, on fine

;;§§ paper, with wide margin, a sufficient number of copies of the Appendix to

eight hundred the Diplomatic Correspondence of eighteen hundred and sixty-five, to and sixty-Eve. supply one copy to each Senator and each Representative of the Thirty- Ninth Congress, and to each Foreign Government, and one copy to each corporation, association, or public body whose expressions of condolence How to be or sympathy are published in said volume ; one hundred of these copies fggsgegnd dis` to be bound in full Turkey morocco, full gilt, and the remaining copies to ' be bound in half Turkey morocco, marble-edged. Approved, March 2, 1867.