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796 TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. S1:ss.II. Rus. 1,3, 4. 1545. IN Tun Housm or REPRESENTATIVES OF urn UNIED S*1·§·rms,15 arch » 18 . The House of Representatives having been notiiicd by the Scnatc that the bill cntitlcd "An act relating to revenue cutters and stcumcrs," had been returned by the President, with his objections, to the Scnntc, in which it originated, and that the Senate having proceeded, in pursuance of the Constitution, to reconsider the same, had “Res0lvcd, That the said bill do pass, two thirds of the Scnatc agreeing to pass the same," the House of Representatives proceeded, in pursuance of the Constitution, to reconsider the said bill, and Resolved, That the said bill do pass, two thirds of the House of Representatives agreeing to pass the same. Auesz: B. B. FRENCH, Clerk of the IIa. Reps. UZ S RESOLUTIONS. No. 1. A Resolution Zzmaton “.!ln act maki `aliens or the -

 ment of revolulionzggj and at/{erqlpcnsions of the   for lidfiscalgaezr

ending the tlzirlict}1. of June, one I/wusand eight hundred amlforty;five." Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives ¢y" the United Claims pcnd. States of America in Congress assembled, That the act entitled "An act ing ur rhcpns- making appropriations for the payment of revolutionary and other pen-

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ti‘;‘;l‘l;;f)t";._ sions of the United States for the fiscal year ending on the thirticth of

{wed bgylhc Juuchonc thousand cighé hunldrcd and {gt;-6vc," ghall ngt be so bonpensivn appro- struc as in an wa to a act t é c aims t csc wi ows w cse a ica- P2‘;‘:‘:,'}.‘X’*·ru tion for :1 pensgbn, dr an arrcar of pension, at the passage of this Egsclu- 30, 1844, c€,_15_ tion, shall have been made and Bled ln the Pension Office, awaiting the decision of the Commissioner of Pensions thereon. Am-novma, January 23, 1845. ’ pcb_ 13, 1g4g_ No. 3. J1 Resolution to suspend apart of the third seciian of ihe joint resolution -—————· of the eleventh of September, one thousand eight hundred and forty-cnc, rcluling to armaries. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Suspmdedm States of America in Congress assembled, That so much of the third case of me na- section of the joint resolution of the eleventh of September, one thou-

 =¤¥ sand eight hundred and forty one, gs requires the consent of the State

Acts, Mm}, before the expcndnture of any publxc money, upon any site or land pur-— 3, 1843, ch. 93. chased by the United States, for the purpose of urmcrics, arsenals, posts, fortifications, navy-yards, custom~houses, light-houses, or other public buildings of any kind, be, and the same is hereby, suspended, so far as the same is applicable to the naval depot at Memphis, in the State of Tennessee, until after the adjournment of the first session of the legislaturc of said State which may be held after the passage of this resoution. APPROVED, February 13, 1845. Feb 24),134; No. 4. Joint Resnluiimn aufharizivgq ihc Poslnzasfcr General eg" {hc United Slate: —····—····· lo confzuihwiyr. railroad companies, in ccrlain cases, without unlvcrtisiqg fur propose: s are ur. Resolved by {hc §'cnm‘e and House of Representatives of the United Authority no States of America. zn Congress assembled, That the Postmaster General ¢<>¤¤‘¤§>¤ with be, and he hereby is, authorized to make and enter into contracts with my ""l'°“d· any railroad company for the transmission of the mail, without udvcrtising for bids on such railroads, as now rcquircd by law. Approved, February 20, 1345.