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TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess.II. Res.2,3,4, 5. 1842. 583 RESOLUTIONS. No, 2, Joint Resolution on l/ue subject of printing the tables of the sixth census, Ap,;u4’1842_ Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the [Obsolete.] United States of America in Congress assembled, That the payment of p,,,,,,,,,, ,0,. the money heretofore appropriated by Congress, to pay the expenses of the printing of the sixth census, be S0 far Suspended, as that no money shall be paid for :]}l§¤‘;°:'§°;"d the printing of till-) 0O!IlpBI1dl\1H1 0l’ 3.bI`ldg€H1€Ilt of the sixth census by 6d_ u P n i counties and principal towns, together with the tables of apportionment, as prepared at the Department of State for the use of Congress, until the further order of Congress. APPROVED, April 14, 1842. . 3. J Resolution urther to ooide or the distribution 0 the inted returns · Nzf the sixth censusgdnd other connected with tig samgr the printing af which has been heretofore directed by law. Resolved by the Senate and House of R resentatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the statistics, includ- The ¤*l¤¢¤' <=¤¤· ing the census of pensioners, and the compendium or abridgement of the sixth census of the United States, heretofore required by law to be tedin the mauprinted under the direction of the Secretary of State, shall be distributed m1' TPQ¢l$¤d by and disposed of by the Secretary in the manner and in the proportions Q°:§,}';'§2,?f m specified in the joint resolution of Congress passed the first day of Sep- Ante, p. 467. ternber, one thousand eight hundred and forty-one: Provided, always, proviso_ That seventeen thousand copies of the said compendium or abridgement shall be distributed among the States, Territories, and persons entitled to distribution under the said resolution, and in the proportions therein specified, and that the remaining copies of the said statistics and compendium be placed in the Library of Congress for future disribution. Approved, April 15, 1842. No. 4. Joint Resolution to continue two clerks in the business of reservations and May 18, 1342, grants under Indian treaties. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United i I States of America in Congress assembled, That the authority given to Period for the Secretary of War by the joint resolution, approved second May, Ylggggggwod one thousand eight hundred and forty, to continue the employment of ,,,,,,,,;,,,1;-,,, two clerks in the business of reservations and grants under Indian trea· two yam. ties, be extended, after the expiration of the period for which that au- P°“¤ P· 718* thority was granted, for the term of two years. Approved, May 18, 1342. No. 5. .0 Resolution to authorize the extension of the contract for carrying the June 1, 1842. mail on the route between Mobile and New Orleans. ·-""""‘ Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States <p" America in Congress assembled, That the Postmaster Gene- G1’¤F£’;¤:$5m_ Fill be, and he hereby is, authorized to extend the existing. contract for 1;;, w Extend Galrying the mail upon the steamboat route between M0bll6 and New me enstingoon. Orleans for three years from the time at which said contract would GX- ¤':3af°' *h’°° pire by its own limitations, ii, in his opinion, the public interest and Y ' convenience will be promoted by such extension of said contract. Armovno, June 1, 1842. .