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.. For compensation to the accountant of the War-Department, clerks and perfons employ. ed in his office, seven thousand fix hundred and fifty dollars, .
For contingent expenses in the office of the accountant to the War-Department, fix hundred dollars.
For compensation to the Surveyor-General, two thousand dollars.
For compensation to the assistant-Lurveyors, chain-carriers, axe-men, and other persons employed in carrying into effect, the surveys to be made by the act, intituled, “An act pro. viding for the sale of the lands of the United States, in the territory north-west of the river
Specific Ohio, and above the mouth of Kentucky river, appropri- twenty-five thousand dollars. ations for the support For compensation to the Governor, Secreof govern. tary and Judges of the territory north-west of ment for 1797
the river Ohio, five thousand one hundred and fifty dollars.
For expenses of stationery,office-rent, printing patents for land, and other contingent expenses in the said territory, three hundred and fifty dollars.
For the payment of fundry pensions granted by the late government, one thousand one hundred and thirteen dollars and thirty-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 fecond of March, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three, four hundred dollars.
For defraying the expenses of foreign intercourse, for the year one thousand seven hun. dred and ninety-seven, beyond the annual appropriations authorized by the act of Congress, passed the first day of July, one thou. fand seven hundred and ninety, intituled, “An act providing the means of intercourse between the United States and foreign nations," seventeen thousand nine hundred dollars.
For compensations to the following officers of the mint: The Director, two thousand dollars; the Treasurer, one thousand two hun.
Specific stakeage of channels, bars and floals, for the appropri. year one thousand seven hundred and ninety: ations for the support feven, twenty-eight thousand five hundred dol. of govern lars. ment for 1797.
. For completing a light-house on the island of Seguin, two thousand one hundred and fe. venty dollars.
For completing the payment due for build. ing the light-house on Bald-head, North. Carolina, one thousand three hundred and fifty nine dollars, and fourteen cents. .
For completing a light-house on Montockpoint, two thousand feven hundred and forty dollars, and fixty-seven cents.
For the balance carried to the “ Surplus Fund,” of an appropriation for building a light house on Montock-point, thirteen thou. fand dollars.
For extra clerkship, neceffary for a part of the present year in the loan-office, for consolidating the accounts of assumed and origin nal debt, agrecable to the thirteenth section of the act passed the third of March, one thou. fand seven hundred and ninety-five, two thoufand five hundred dollars. . For the payment of the representatives of
Samuel Patterson, late commissioner of the loan-office for the state of Delaware, two hundred and seventy-two dollars, and eightynine cents. .
For the payment of a balance due to James O'Hara, late agent for the quarter. master's department, two hundred and thirty-five dol. lars, and eighty-one cents. ,
For the payment of a balance due to Timothy Pickering, as commissioner appointed to hold the Indian treaties at Konondaigua and Oneida, three thousand four hundred and sixty-three dollars, and twelve cents.
For compensation to persons employed in Speciais bringing votes to the seat of government, for appropria
ations for electors of the President and Vice-President the support of the United States, one thousand fix hún- of govern
ment for dred dollars.
1797. For making good certain deficiencies arifing from the balance of monies of various ap. propriations, being carried to the credit of the “ Surplus Fund,” in pursuance of the sixteenth section of the act passed the third of March, one thousand feven hundred and ninety-five, viz:
. Fór payment of the clerks employed by the commissioners of loans, for the states of Massachusetts, New-York and North-Carolina, for the quarter ending the thirtieth of March, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, feven hundred and eighty-nine dollars, and feventy cents.
For the payment of a balance due to Timo. thy Pickering, Beverly Randolph, and Benjamin Lincoln, commissioners appointed to negociate and treat with the Indians, north-west of the river Ohio, on the second day of March, one thousand feven hundred and ninety-three, three thousand two hundred and forty-seven dollars, and fifty-six cents.
For the discharge of such miscellaneous demands against the United States, not other vise provided for, as shall have been admitted in .. due course of settlement at the Treasury, and which are of a nature, according to the usage thereof, to rcquire payment in specie, four thousand dollars.. .
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the feveral appropriations herein before made,' fhall be paid and discharged out of the fund of fix hundred thousand dollars, referred by