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is hereby repealed; and that this repeal shall be deemed to operate in respect to all duties which have already arisen or accrued,1790, ch. 35. as well as to such as shall hereafter arise or accrue.

Approved, March 3, 1791.


Statute Ⅲ.



March 3, 1791. Chap. XX.—An Act in addition to an act intituled “An act for establishing the salaries of the Executive officers of Government, with their assistants and clerks.”1789, ch. 13.


Further annual allowance of $200 to chief clerk to the auditor.
1799, ch.  40.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That from and after the passing of this act, there shall be allowed to the chief clerk of the auditor, the annual sum of two hundred dollars, in addition to the salary allowed to him by the act, intituled “An act establishing the salaries of the executive officers of government, with their assistants and clerks,” to be paid at the treasury of the United States, in quarterly payments, and from like appropriations as may be assigned for the payment of the other salaries mentioned in the above recited act.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted,Allowance of expenses in removing from New York to Philadelphia, to clerks employed in the several offices: That there be allowed to the clerks employed in the several offices attached to the seat of government, in addition to their respective salaries, their reasonable and necessary expenses incurred by the removal of Congress from the city of New York, to the city of Philadelphia.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted,and of $400 for one year to assistant secretary of the treasury. That there be allowed to the assistant secretary of the treasury, in addition to his salary for one year, commencing with the passing of this act, four hundred dollars, to be paid in the same manner as his salary.

Approved, March 3, 1791.


Statute Ⅲ.



March 3, 1791.
Chap. XXI.—An Act for making compensations to the Commissioners of Loans, for extraordinary expenses.


Commissioners of loans to be allowed in settlement of accounts for necessary stationary,Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the commissioners of loans in the several states shall be allowed in the settlement of their accounts, such sums as shall appear to have been necessarily expended by them in the purchase of stationery for the use of their several offices, from the commencement of the same to the first day of October next.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted,and for hire of clerks.
1799, ch. 40, sec. 5.
That the commissioners of loans in the several states, shall be allowed in the settlement of their several accounts, such sums as they shall have necessarily expended for the hire of clerks to assist in executing the duties of their several offices, from the commencement of the same to the first day of October next.

Approved, March 3, 1791.


Statute Ⅲ.



March 3, 1791. Chap. XXII.—An Act providing compensations for the officers of the Judicial Courts of the United States, and for Jurors and Witnesses, and for other purposes.


Compensations to officers of the judicial court,
Repealed 1792, ch. 36, sec. 8.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there be allowed to the several officers following in addition to the fees (except mileage to the marshals) to which they are otherwise by law intitled, and also to jurors and witnesses, in the courts of the United States, the following respective compensations, that is to say: To the attorney of the United States for the district, for his expenses and time in travelling from the place of his abode to any court of the United States, on which