United States Statutes at Large/Volume 1/2nd Congress/2nd Session/Chapter 30

March 2, 1793
Chap. ⅩⅩⅩ.—An Act making certain Appropriations therein mentioned.

Appropriation of certain monies for defraying certain specific demands.Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there be appropriated to the purposes hereinafter mentioned, to be paid out of any monies, which shall come into the treasury of the United States, to the end of the present year, (not proceeding from the duties on imports and tonnage) and not heretofore appropriated, and out of the surplus of any of the duties of impost and tonnage, which may accrue, during the present year, the sum of fifty-nine thousand one hundred and seven dollars and forty-one cents:

For purchasing two lots of ground, with the buildings thereon, and for erecting other buildings, and purchasing sundry materials and necessaries for the use of the mint, twelve thousand and seventy-nine dollars and seventy-eight cents:—for the salaries of the officers of the mint, from the first day of July to the thirty-first day of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two, two thousand six hundred and ninety-four dollars and eighty-eight cents:—for the salary of the following officers of the mint, for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three; the director, two thousand dollars;—the assayer fifteen hundred dollars;—the chief coiner, fifteen hundred dollars;—the engraver, twelve hundred dollars;—the treasurer, twelve hundred dollars;—three clerks, five hundred dollars each, fifteen hundred dollars:—for defraying the expenses of workmen, for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three, a sum not exceeding two thousand six hundred dollars:—for defraying the expenses of bringing to the seat of government, the votes of the electors in the several states for President and Vice-President, a sum not exceeding one thousand four hundred and ninety-nine dollars:—for discharging the claim of Return Jonathan Meigs, and the legal representatives of Christopher Greene, the sum of four hundred dollars:—for the pay, subsistence and forage due to Winthrop Sargent, as adjutant-general to the troops late under the command of General St. Clair, five hundred and sixty-nine dollars and forty-five cents:—for paying Dunlap and Claypoole, for printing performed under the direction of a committee of the convention of the United States, four hundred and Appropriations for defraying certain specific demands.twenty dollars:—for defraying certain extra expenses of the doorkeeper of the House of Representatives, and for clerk hire, and allowance to witnesses attending the late committee appointed to inquire into the failure of the expedition under General St. Clair, four hundred dollars:—for paying the principal clerk to the secretary of the Senate, for his services, from the first of July to the fourth of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two, one hundred and twenty-seven days, at three dollars per day, three hundred and eighty-one dollars:—for paying the same clerk for his services, for six months, over and above his former allowance, five hundred and forty-seven dollars and fifty cents:—for six months additional pay to the engrossing clerk, three hundred and sixty-five dollars:—for extra services of the doorkeeper, during the present session, ninety-one dollars and fifty cents:—for defraying the expense attending the stating and printing the public accounts, in pursuance of the order of the House of Representatives, of the thirtieth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one, a sum not exceeding eight hundred dollars:—for paying the account of the trustees of Wilmington public grammar school and academy, two thousand five hundred and fifty-three dollars and sixty-four cents:—to make good so much deficient in the appropriation of the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one, for defraying the expenses of lighthouses, beacons, buoys and public piers, a sum not exceeding nine hundred and fifty-five dollars and sixty-six cents:—for building a lighthouse on Montok point, a sum not exceeding twenty thousand dollars:—for completing the lighthouse on Baldhead, at the mouth of Cape Fear river, two thousand dollars:—for the salaries of clerks, not exceeding three, to be employed in the office of the commissioner of the revenue, at the rate of five hundred dollars per annum, fifteen hundred dollars:—for defraying the expense of books and printing,1792, ch. 1.
1793, ch. 8.
incident to the acts for recording the registering of ships, or vessels, and enrolling and licensing vessels employed in the coasting trade, three hundred and fifty dollars.

Approved, March 2, 1793.