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standing to the stock standing to the credit of certain
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ftates," passed the second day of January, in
this present year, after the last day of December
next, the same shall be upon condition, that
it shall be lawful to reimburse, at a subsequent
period of reimbursement, so much of the
principal of the stock fo transferred, as will
make the reimbursement thereof, equal in
proportion and degree, to that of the fame
stock transferred previous to the faid day.

Sec. 16. And be it further enacted, That Sum of mo- in regard to any sum which shall have remainpriated, but ed unexpended upon any appropriation other remaining than for the payment of interest on the fununexpend

ded debt; for the payment of'interest upon, tain time, and reimbursement, according to contract,

of any loan or loans made on account of the "furplus United States; for the purposes of the sink

ing fund; or for a purpose, in respect to
which, a longer duration is specially assigned
by law, for more than two years after the ex-
piration of the calendar year in which the act
of appropriation shall have been passed, fuch
appropriation shall be deemed to have ceased
and been determined ; and the sum so unex-
pended fhall be carried to an account on the
books of the treasury, to be denominated
" THE SURPLUS Fund.” But no appropri-
ation shall be deemed to have so ceased and
been determined, until after the year one thou-
sand feven hundred and ninety-five, unless it
shall appear to the Secretary of the Treasury,
that the object thereof hath been fully satisfied,
in which case, it ihall be lawful for him to
cause to be carried the unexpended residue
thereof to the faid account of the surplus



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: Sec. 17. And be it further enacted, That the

of department of the treasury, according to the the Treafu. respective duties of the several officers

thereof, rer with reshall establish such forms and rules of pro- execution ceeding, for and touching the execution of of this Act. this act, as shall be conformable with the provisions thereof.

Sec. 18. And be it further enacted, That Commisall the restrictions and regulations heretofore the finking established by law for regulating the execufundin the tion of the duties enjoined upon the commis- of this acts fioners of the sinking fund, shall apply to, lated by and be in as full force for the execution of analogous the analogous duties enjoined by this act, as provikons if they were herein particularly repeated and acto. re-enacted : And a particular account of all Thiey Chall fales of stock, or of loans by them made, shall Congress be laid before Congress, within fourteen days tales of after their meeting next after the making of stock or any

such loan or sale of stock. Sec. 19. And be it further enacted, That in Loans un: every case in which power is given by this act to make a loan, it shall be lawful 'for such made of the loan to be made of the bank of the United bank of U. States, although the same may exceed the sum of fifty thousand dollars.

Sec. 20. And be it further enacted, That so much of the act laying duties upon carriages tations of for the conveyance of persons; and of the certain acts a& laying duties on licenses for selling wines and foreign distilled fpirituous liquors by retail; and of the act laying certain duties upon snuff and refined sugar, and of the act laying duties on

property fold at tion, as limits the duration of the said feveral acts, be, and the fame is hereby repealed; VOL. III.

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and that all the said several acts be, and the
fame are hereby continued in force until the
first day of March, one thousand eight hun-
dred and one.


Speaker of the House of Representatives.
HENRY TAZEWELL, President of the

Senate pro tempore.
APPROVID, March the third, 1795 :


President of the United States.

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Sec. I.


An Aét making further Appropriations for the
military and

naval Establishments, and for the
Support of Government.

E it enacted by the Senate and House

of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That including the appropriation of five hundred thousand dollars, made for the military establishment for the year one thousand seven

hundred and ninety-five, by an act of the Additional present session, there be appropriated for the appropria

faid military establishment, a sum not exceedthe milita- ing one million four hundred and fixty-nine vilkment

. thousand four hundred and thirty-nine dol

lars, and twenty-nine cents ; that is to say:
For the pay of the legion of the United
States, three hundred and four thousand five
hundred and forty-eight dollars : For the pay
of the corps of artillery, fifty-fix thowland

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eight hundred and sixty-eight dollars : For subsistence of the legion and artillery, three hundred and fixty-one thousand seven hundred and nineteen dollars and thirty cents : For forage and cavalry, thirty-three thousand seven hundred and twenty dollars : For cloathing, one hundred and twenty thousand four hundred and forty dollars : For equipments for the cavalry, seven thousand three hundred and fourteen dollars : For horses for the cavalry, twenty-four thousand dollars : For bounty, five thousand dollars : For the hospital department, twenty thousand dollars : For the ordnance department, eleven thousand three hundred and sixty-five dollars and ninety-nine cents : For the Indian department, eighty thousand dollars : For the quartermaster's department, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars : For contingencies of the war department, thirty thousand dollars : For the defensive protection of the frontiers, one hundred and thirty thousand dollars : For the completion of the fortifications, fifty thousand dollars : For additional pay and bounty to the legion and artillery, pursuant to an act of the present session, seventy-seven thousand four hundred and fixty-four dollars.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That for Detachdefraying the expense of six months pay and mention fubfistence of a detachment of militia under der general the command of major-general Morgan, pur- Morgan. suant to an act of the present session, there be appropriated the sum of one hundred thousand six hundred and eighty-two dollars ; that is to say: For the general staff, four thousand one hundred and thirty-four dollars : For major Brooke's battalion, nineteen thoufand eight hundred and forty-eight dollars ;


For major Lynn's battalion, thoufand three hundred dollars : For cavalry, twenty-three thousand four hundred dollars : For subsistence, twenty-four thousand dollars : For forage for officers and cavalry, eight thousand dollars.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the surplus which may remain unexpended of the sum of fix hundred and eighty-eight thou

sand, eight hundred and eighty-eight dollars Naval de and eighty-two cents, which was appropripartment. ated for the use of the naval department, in

the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, by an act pafled the ninth day of June laft, shall be, and the fame is hereby appropriated to the use of the said naval department, for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five.

Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That there Military

be appropriated the several sums following, pensions, & to wit : For the payment of military pensions, contingent purposes of for the year one thousand seven hundred and

ninety-five, eighty-five thoufand three hun. dred and fifty-seven dollars and four cents; and a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars for the contingent purposes of government, subject to the disposition of the President of the United States.

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the

several appropriations herein before made, propria- shall be paid and discharged out of the funds payabile. following, to wit : First, the surplus of the

fum of six hundred thousand dollars, referved by the act “ making provision for the debt of the United States," and which will accrue during the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five : Secondly, the Lure


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