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powers of the Corporations of seorge Town and Alexandria.
THEODORE WEDGWICK Speaker of the Hile of Representativer.
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dent of the Senate. APPROVED córuary 27, 1801.
JOHN ADAMS, :, President of the United States.
AN ACT supplementary to an act, intituled,
An uct to divide the territory of the United
presentatives of the United States of AmeCertain fuits rica, in Congress assembled, That all suitganda
process and proceedings, which on the third day of July one thousand eight hundred, were: pending in any court of either of the counties which by the act intituled, "An act -to divide, the territory of the United States north-west of the Ohio, into two separate governments, has been included within the Indiana Terri, tory; and that all suits, process and proceedings, which, on the aforesaid third day of Just ly, were pending in the general court of the ri territory of the United States north-west of the Ohio, in consequence of any writ of removal in or order for trial at bar, had been removed from either of the counties now within the lie mits of the Indiana Territory aforesaid, hallo
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WT 133 be and they are hereby revived and continu ed; and the same proceedings, before the ren dering of final judgment and thereafter, may and shall be had, in the same courts, in all suits and process aforesaid, and in all things concerning the same, as by law might have been had in case the said territory of the United States north-west of the Ohio had remaine ed undivided.
THEODORE SEDGWICK, Speaker of the House of Representatives,
President of the Senate, pra tempore. APPROVID-March 2, A. D. 1801.
JOHN ADAMS, President of the United States.
CHAPTER LXXXVIII. 16:45 AN ACT to add to the district of Massac on the
Ohio, and to discontinue the district of Palmyra. in the fate of Tennessee, and therein to amend the act, intituled, “ An all to regulate the col. léčtion of duties on imports and tonnage."
E it enacted by the Senate and House of ReB presentatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the district of Maffac, in addition to the territory it already pofseffes, fhall include all waters, shores and inlets now included within the district of Palmyra, and all rivers, waters, lhores and inlets, lying within the state of Tennessee.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That from and After the thirtieth day of June next, fo much of the “ Act to regulate the collection
of duties on imports and toánaget stablithes the district of Palaiyra in the state of
Tennellee, shall be repealed, except as to the recovery and receipts of such duties on goods, waręs and merchandize, and on the tonnage of ships or veffels, as fhall have accrued, and as to the recovery and distribution of fines, penalties and forfeitures, which shall have beeti incurred begre and on the faid day.
THEODORE SEDGWICK;Speaker of the House of Képi esentatives.
President of the Senate, pro tempore. Approved-March 2,4. D. 1805.
JOHN ADAMS, President of the United States.
1:10 AN ACT making appropriations for the Military Establishment of the United States
, for the year one thorisand eight hundred and one. E it enacted by the Senate and Houfe of Re
presentatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That for defraying the expences of the military.eftablishment of the United States, for the year one thousand eigħt hundred and one, the pay and fubfiftence of the officers and men, bounties and premiumsa the clothing, hofpiral, ordnance, quartermaster's and Indian departments, the defensive protection of the frontiers, the cont, tingent expeřces of the war department, for the fabrication of Càritton and arms, and purchase of ammunition, and for the payment of military pennions, the sum of two millions,
ninety-three thousand and one dollars: be, and specific ap: is hereby appropriated; that is to say, prop. iätionem
For the pay ofthe army of the United States, cfour hundred and eighty thousand three hundred and ninety-fix dollars. 15 For the fublistance of the army, three hùn.
died, and fix thousand three hundred and nine. tý-five dollars.
For forage, the sum of feven thousand fix bundred and eighty dollars.
For horses to replace those which may die, or become unfit for service, the sum of five thoufand dollars. * For cloathing, the fum.oione hundred and forty-one thousand five hundred and thirty dollar..
For bounties and premiums, the sum of forty-two thousand dollars.
For the hofpital department, he fum of twenty thousand dollars.
For the ordnance department, the sum of one hundred thousand dollars.
For the quartermaster's department, the sum of one hundred and fixty-five thousand dollars.
For paying annuities to the following na. tions of Indians, in pursuance of treaties. To sthe Six Nations, Cherokees, Chickafaws and Greeks, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars and for presents to the Choctaws, two thousand dollars.
For defraying the expenses of the transporta. tion of annuities to the Indian tribes, ten thoufand dollars...
For promoting civilizationamong the Indian tribes, and pay of temporary agents, and rations to Indians at the different military posts, the sum of forty-five thousand dollars.
For the defensive protečtion of the frontiers propriations of the United States, including the perection and repairs of forts and fortifications,
the sum of thirty thousand dollars:1***
For loss of stores, allowances to officers-onbeing ordered to diftant commands, and for special purposes ; advertising and apprehending deserters, printing, purchasing maps, and other contingencies, the sum of thirty thou. fand dollars.
For the annual allowance to the invalids of the United States, for their pensions, from the fifth of March on thousand eight hundred and one, to the forth of March one thousand eight hundred and two, the sum of ninety: three thoufand dollars.
For the forification of ports and harbours within the United States, the sum of tồo hundred thousand dollars. For the fabrication of cannon ard small arms, and the purchiafé of
slu ammuninon, being the balance of appropria. tions untxpended which have been carried to the sysplus fund, four hundred thousand dollars.ee
Sec. 2." And be it further enacted, That the foregoing appropriations shall be paid out of any monies in the Treasury of the United States, not otherwise appropriated.
THEODORE SEDGWICK, Speaker of the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate, pro tempore. APPROVED-March 2, 1801.hu
, President of the United Staies.