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550 ELEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 9. 1809. Appropriation. stores as may be deemed necessary for the voyage in every case. And to enable the President to carry into effect any such arrangement, as well as for supplying, temporarily, such of the unfortunate exiles with the necessaries of subsistence, as may be in actual want thereof; there be appropriated the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary for these objects, to be paid out of any money in the Conditions _ treasury, not otherwise appropriated: Provided however, that all monies

  5*** which may be drawn out of the treasury, in virtue of this act, shall be

` charged to the French government, under such stipulations for reimbursing the same, on the part of the minister plenipotentiary of France, as, in the judgment of the President. may be deemed proper for that object. Interestof the Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That all claim and demand of the 302;*;; 3:: United States to any monies arising from the sale of the ship Clara, sold sm,,m,,,C1am in pursuance of a decree of the district court for Orleans district, holder; given up. in March, one thousand eight hundred and nine, be, and the same is hereby relinquished and remitted to Andrew Foster and Jacob P. Giraud, late owners of the said ship Clara, any thing in any former law to the contrary notwithstanding. A1>r1t0v1:1>, June 28, 1809. Srznurs I1. ... J“”° 28» ]809· CHAP. IX.——An dat to mnend and continue in force cerlain paris of lhc acl enli- [ExPimd_] iu5d 5.011 acl In intcrdicl Ifrc commercial infcrcaurse between. the United States I ¢§(;g0fc1;],h5ih zzrswpreut Brzfazn and Fe ance, and than- dependencies, and fm- other pur- 3 D· 0r(;I°;;‘f;';tcYf’°’ Ba it maatcd by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United course law ,,0,,, States of America in Congress assembled, That the third, fourth, fifth, U¤*{¤{l i¤ ¥`0*¢•>· sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, seventeenth and eighteenth m·glh‘;?;£""°h= sections of the act, entituled "An act to interdict the commercial inter- S(;V()’[]th’gié’hf_h, course between the United States and Great Britain and France and ninth, tenth. their dependencies, and for other purposes," shall continue in force until

 the end of the next session of Congress; Provided, that nothing therein

mem;. ¤mi0€,s_ contained shall be construed to prohibit any trade or commercial inter- N0¤<> bcc0n- course which has been or may be permitted in conformity with the proiagliilazlggii visions of the eleventh section of the said act. intercquysg pe,. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all acts repealed, or menmittcd by the tioned or intended to be repealed by the said act to interdict commercial Q]§;f’"u‘ “°‘ intercourse between the United States and Great Britain and France, pccimmy and their dependencies, shall be and remain repealed, notwithstanding muse- any part of the same act which has been or may hereafter be revoked _ Pmviso, that or annulled, or which may expire by its own limitation: Provided, that °g l;;’¤¤m°§»&¤- all the penalties and forfeitures which may have been incurred, or shall S a mmm"' hereafter be incurred on account of any infraction of the act laying an embargo on all ships and vessels in the ports and harbors of the United States, or of any of the acts supplementary thereto, or of the act to Act or Dee, enforce and make more etfectual an act, entituled "An act laying an 22: 18W: ch- 5- embargo on all ships and vessels in the ports and harbors of the United 1 ;’—;89°*`c}‘:I°;:b States," or of any of the provisions of the act to interdict the commercial ’ ’' intercourse between the United States and Great Britain and France and their dependencies, and for other purposes, shall alter the expiration of any of the said acts or of any provision thereof, be recovered and distributed in like manner as if the said acts and every provision thereof had continued in full force and virtue. Vessels pm. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That during the continuance of l‘“’“°‘{ *°“* S°· this act, no ship or vessel, except such as may be chartered or employed

‘Q$;Z,i;E°rd1°f for the public service by the President of the United States, shall be permitted to depart for any foreign port or place with which commercial

intercourse has not been or may not be permitted by virtue of this act,