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CHAPTER XVII.

An Act making an Appropriation towards de

fraying the Expenses which may arise in carrying into Effect, the Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation, made between the Uni. ted States and the King of Great Britain.

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America, in Congress assembled, That towards ation to defraying the expenses which may arise in carfraying the rying into effect, the Treaty of Amity, Comexpenies of merce and Navigation, made between the carrying

United States and the king of Great-Britain, the treaty of amity, there be appropriated a fum not exceeding commerce, eighty thousand eight hundred and eight doltween the lars, to be paid out of the duties on impost

and tonnage, to the end of the present year, Great-Bri- not already appropriated : Provided, that the

compensations to be allowed to any of the Commissioners appointed, or to be appointed, in pursuance of any article of the said Treaty, shall not exceed, to those who shall serve in

Great-Britain, the rate of fix thousand six hunLimitation dred and fixty-seven dollars, and fifty cents,

per annum ; and to those who shall serve in compensa

the United States, the rate of four thousand
four hundred and forty-five dollars, per
annum.
JONATHAN DAYTON, Speaker of

the House of Representatives. JOHN ADAMS, Vice-President of the United

States, and President of the Senate.
APPROVED, May the fixth, 1796:

GEORGE WASHINGTON,

President of the United States.

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An Ait making an Appropriation for defraying

the Expenses which may arise in carrying into
Effect, the Treaty made, between the United
States and the King of Spain.
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presentatives of the United States of America, Appropriin Congress assembled, That for the purpose of ation for defraying the expenses which may arise in car- fes of carrying into effect, the treaty made between the rying into United States and the king of Spain, a sum not exceeding eighteen thousand six hundred made be. and eighty-three dollars, be, and the same United hereby is appropriated, to be satisfied from the States, and

the king of duties of import and tonnage, to the end of

Spain. the present year, not heretofore appropriated : Provided, That the compensation to be allowed to any of the Commissioners, to be ap- biebe compointed in pursuance of any article of the millioners said Treaty, shall not exceed the rate of three compenfa. housand five hundred dollars, per annum. JONATHAN DAYTON, Speaker of

the House of Representatives. JOHN ADAMS, Vice-President of the United

States, and President of the Senate.

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APPROVED, May the sixth, 1796:

GEORGE WASHINGTON,

President of the United States.

CH A P T E R XIX,

An Ad making an Appropriation for defraying

the Expenses which may arise in carrying into Effect, the Treaty made between the United States, and the Dey and Regency of Algiers.

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presentatives of the United States of America, in Congress afscmbled, That for the purpose of

defraying the expenses of carrying into effect, dollars per the treaty made between the United States, anuum ap- and the Dey and Regency of Algiers, the for the pay, monies arising under the revenue laws of the ment of the United States, which have been heretofore annuity to the Dey

passed, not already appropriated to any other and Regen. purpose, or so much thereof as may be necef

sary, to the amount of twenty-four thousand dollars

per annum, be, and the same are hereby pledged and appropriated for the payment of the annuity stipulated in the said treaty, to be paid to the said Dey and Regency of Algiers; and to continue so pledged and appropriated, so long as the said treaty shall be in force.

giers.

JONATHAN DAYTON, Speaker of

the House of Representatives.

JOHN ADAMS, Vice-President of the United

States, and President of the Senate. APPROVED, May the sixth, 1796: GEORGE WASHINGTON,

President of the United States.

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An Act making Appropriations for defraying the

Expenses which may arise in carrying into Effect, a Treaty made between the United States and certain Indian Tribes, north-west of the River Obio.

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E it enacted by the Senate and House

of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That for the

Appropripurpose of defraying the expenses which inay ation for arise in carrying into effect, the treaty made defraying between the United States, and the tribes of ses of carIndians, called the Wyandots, Delawares, rying into Shawanoes, Ottawas, Chippewas, Putawa- treaty times, Miamis, Eel-river, Weeá, Kickapoo, Piankallaw, and Kafkalkias, at Greeneville, United on the third day of August, one thousand States and seven hundred and ninety-five, the monies ari- dian tribes, fing under the revenue laws of the United north-welt States, which have been heretofore passed, ver Olio. not already appropriated to any other purpose, or fo inuch thereof as may be necessary, be, and are hereby pledged and appropriated for the

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payment of the annuity ftipulated in the said treaty, to be paid to the faid Indian tribes ; that is to say : to the Wyandots, one thousand dollars; to the Delawares, one thousand dollars; to the Shawanoes, one thousand dollars; to the Ottawas, one thoufand dollars ; to the Chippewas, one thousand dollars; to the Putawatimes, one thousand dollars; to the Miamis, one thousand dollars; to the Eel-river, Weeá, Kickapoo, Piankashaw and Kafkafkias tribes, each five hundred dollars : And to continue so pledged and appropriated, so long as the faid treaty shall be in

force: And that a further sum of one thousand five hundred dollars, out of the monies aforesaid, be also appropriated to defray the cost of transportation, and other contingent charges which may arise from the payment of the said annuity, according to the stipulations contained in the said treaty.

JONATHAN DAYTON, Speaker of

the House of Representatives. JOHN ADAMS, Vice-President of the United

States, and President of the Senate.
APPROVED, May the fixth, 1796:
GEORGE WASHINGTON,

President of the United States.

CHAPTER XXI.

An Act authorizing a Loan for the Use of the

City of Washington, in the District of Columbia, and for other Purposes therein nientioned.

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E it enacted by the Senate and House

of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That fioners of the Commissioners, 'under the act, intitled, the city of. “ An Act for establishing the temporary and ton may, permanent seat of the Government of the under the United States," be, and they are hereby authoof the Pre. rized, under the direction of the President of fident, bor. the United States, to borrow, from time to.

time, such sum or sums of money, as the said President fhall direct, not exceeding three

row certain fums

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