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cap. For expense of firewood, stationary, print propriati- ing, rent and other contingent expenses in port of go.
P. the office of the Secretary of War, one thou. vernment fand one hundred and thirty-three dollars, and for 1795.
For compensation to the accountant to the War department, clerks and persons employ
ed in his office, fix thousand four hundred and 'fifty dollars.
For contingent expenses in the office of the accountant to the War department, six hun. dred dollars.
For compensations to the following officers of the Mint: The Director, two thousand dol. lars; the Treasurer, one thousand two hundred dollars; the Affayer, one thousand five hundred dollars; the Chief Coiner, one thouland five hundred dollars; the Engraver, one thousand two hundred dollars ; four clerks, ar five hundred dollars each, two thou. sand dollars.
For defraying the expenses of laborers in the different branches of refinery, melting and coining at the mint, five thousand two hundred dollars.
For the pay of mechanics employed in ma: king and repairing machinery for the Mint, two thousand fix hundred dollars.
For the purchase of a new coining press, ironmongery, lead, wood, coals, stationary, office-furniture, and for other contingencies of the establishment of the mint, five thousand five hundred dollars. ..
For the purchase of a house and lot for the mint, and of lumber, bricks and other materials for buildings to be erected, and other necessary improvements to be made, including musons' and carpenters' work, cartage and laborers, one thousand nine hundred dollars. For compensations to the governors, secre- Specific apa taries and judges of the territory north-west, propria:i
ons for sup. and the territory fouth of the river Ohio, ten port of gian thousand three hundred dollars. .
for 1795. For expenses of stationary, office-rent, printing patents for lands, and other contingent expenses in both the said territories, seven hundred dollars.
For the payment of fundry pensions granted by the late government, two thousand and seven dollars, and seventy-three cents.
For the annual allowance to the widow and orphan children of Colonel John Harding, and to the orphan children of Major Alexander Trueman, by the act of Congress of the twenty-seventh of February, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three, seven hundred and fifty dollars.
For the annual allowance for the education of Hugh Mercer, son of the late Major-General Mercer, by the act of Congress of the few cond of March, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three, four hundred dollars.'
For the discharge of such demands against the United States, on account of the civil department, not otherwise provided for, as fhall have been ascertained and admitted in due course of settlement at the Treasury, and which are of a nature, according to the usage thereof, to require payment in fpecie, three thousand
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That for the maintenance and support of light-houses, houses.
For lightbeacons, buoys, public piers, and stakeage of channels, bars and shoals, there shall be appropriated a sum of money, not exceeding twenty thoufand dollars; and for making good a de. ficiency of appropriation for building a light.
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drd dollars : For the discharge of such mit .
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the out of what several appropriations, herein before made,
mod fund payshall be paid and discharged out of the fund of six hundred thousand dollars, reserved by the act making provision for the debt of the United States.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
States, and President of the Senate. APPROVED, January the second, 1795
President of the United States. .
CH A P TER LXXIV.
An Act to regulate the Day of the non-commiffion
ed Officers, Musicians and Privates of the Militia of the United States, when called into actual Service, and for other Purposes.
Sec. 1. D E it enacted by the Senate and House
U of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, 'That from and after the palling of this ad, the-al
Monthly lowance of bounty, clothing and pay to the pay of non
non-commissioned officers, musicians and prioned offi- vates of the infantry, artillery and cavalry of cers, &c.
the militia of the United States, when called into actual service, shall be at the rate per month, as follows: Each serjeant-major and quartermaster-serjeant, nine dollars ; each drum and fife-major, eight dollars, and thirtythree cents; each serjeant, eight dollars ; each corporal, drummer, fifer and trumpeter, fe. ven dollars, and thirty-three cents, each fárrier, saddler and artificer (included as a pri. vate) eight dollars ; each gunner, bombardier and private, fix dollars, and fixty-fix cents.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That in in ot. addition to the monthly pay, there shall be lowance to allowed to each officer, non-commissioned ofthe cavalry: ficer, musician and private of the cavalry, for
the use of his horse, arms and accoutrements, and for the risk thereof, except of horses kil. ! led in action, forty cents per day; and to each non-commissioned officer, musician and private, twenty-five cents per day, in lieu of ra.' tions and forage, when they shall provide the
fame. Pay when
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That to com- whenever the militia shall be called into the ac
tual service of the United States, their pay shall be deemed to commence from the day of their appearing at the places of battalion, regimental or brigade rendezvous ; allowing to each
non-commissioned officer, musician and pri. Allowance vate soldier, a day's pay and rations, for evefor travelry fifteen miles from his home to such place
of rendezvous, and the same allowance for travelling home from the place of discharge.
Sec. 4. And be it further engeled, That in