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NINTH CONGRESS. Sress. I. Ch. 23, 24. 1806. 375 Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the first section of the act, Part of s for- · intituled "An act regulating foreign coins, and for-other purposes," me? ¤¤¢¤¤¤ M- pgssed the ninth day of February, one thousand seven hundred and P°#§fl'i 300 ninety-three, be, and the same is hereby repealed. And the operation Operation of of the second section of the same act shall be, and is hereby suspended *l'° ****8* SGC- tbr, and during the space ot, three years from the passage of this act. "°" °“S*”°"d"d' Approved, April 10, 1806. —···; Srnryrr: I. CHAP. XXIII.~,0n Act to regulate and jix the compensation: the of ccrs of Unc April 10, 1806. Senate and House of Representatives. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Compensations. Sfates of America in Congress assembled, That the officers of the Senate and House of Representatives herein after mentioned, shall be, and hereby are entitled to receive, in lieu of their compensations fixed by law, the following sums, that is to say: The secretary of the Senate, and clerk of the House of Representatives, two thousand dollars each; their principal clerks, one thousand three hundred dollars each; and each of their engrossing clerks, one thousand dollars per annum. Sec. 2. And be it farther enacted, That the sergeant at arms of the Ccmponsations Senate, who also performs the duty of a doorkeeper, the sergeant at arms, *0 the ¤¤rg¢¤¤t¤ and the doorkeeper of the House of Representatives, shall be, and they Qznzzlsaxg Hm are hereby entitled to receive, nine hundred and fifty dollars per annum, House ofnepreeach; and that the assistant doorkeeper of the Senate, and the assistant ¤°¤’·¤*l*'°*- doorkeeper of the House of Representatives, shall be, and they are hereby entitled to receive nine hundred dollars, per annum, each. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That any appropriation which shall APP;,°P;l***l°¤* be made by the Senate, or House of Representatives, out of the con- 3:;,§,,,l,~u€,,§°;`{ tingent fund of either house, towards the compensation of any of the either house, to officers of the Senate, or House of Representatives, shall be taken and bf'?5;*k°¤l“ Pm considered as a part of the salary allowed by this act. 0 ° sa ary' Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the compensations provided Time agwhicr, for in this act, shall commence and take efibct from and after the thirty- the ¢0¤¤P¤¤¤¤- first day of March, one thousand eight hundred and six. *° °°""' Sec. 5. _Aml be it farther enacted, That the act intituled “An act to g€pQ¤| or r, regulate and fix the compensations of the officers of the Senate and *`<>¤¤¤f MV _ House of Representatives," passed on the twenty-ninth of April, one 29AfgO2°21;A‘l£l thousand eight hundred and two, shall, from and after the thirty-first of ’ °° March, one thousand eight hundred and six, be, and the same is hereby repealed. APPROVED, April 10, 1806. ————— S·rAru·n: I. CHA?. XXIV.-An Act directing the Secretary of the Treasury to cause the coast April 10, 1806, qf North Carolina, between Cape Hatteras and Cape Fear, to be surveyed. ····———-—— Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of licprescntatives of the United S¤<>r¤t¤ry M` States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the zgzsrirfhajuigugz Treasury be, and he is hereby directed. to cause the coast of North or N. Carolina Carolina to be correctly surveyed, between Cape Hatteras and Cape tv be Svfwyed. Fear; together with the shoals lying of? and between these respective 3’0n;l;Z;t°:°lhe capes, or head lands, and to report at the next session of Congress on praerieabiliry or the praetieability of erecting a lighthouse, lighted beacon or buoy, on ;¤~=¤ti¤s¤Iizh¢· or near the extreme point of these shoals, or either of them. And the °"s°' sum of Eve thousand dollars is hereby appropriated for the purpose of Appropriation. defraying any expense which may be incurred in making such survey, to be paid out of any money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated. Arvnovmn, April l0, 1806.