which may be incurred in consequence of the incompetent or invalid register of the said ship: Provided, They shall obtain, within one hundred and twenty days, a new register for the said ship, in the manner prescribed by law.
Approved, February 19, 1794.
Chap. ⅩⅢ.—An Act allowing to Major General La Fayette his pay and emoluments while in the service of the United States.
Allowance to General La Fayette.Be it enacted, &c., That there be allowed to Major General La Fayette the sum of twenty-four thousand four hundred and twenty-four dollars, being the amount of the pay and emoluments of a major general during the time he was in the service of the United States, and that the same be paid out of any moneys which may be in the treasury and not otherwise appropriated.
Approved, March 27, 1794.
Chap. ⅩⅤ.—An Act for the relief of Stephen Paranque.
Collector of New York to receive certain bonds from Stephen Paranque.Be it enacted, &c., That the collector for the district of New York be, and is hereby authorized and required to take and receive from Stephen Paranque, bonds and security for all such duties, as may or shall be due and owing from the said Stephen Paranque and others concerned on account of entering and unloading the ship Port Louis of Marseilles, now lying in the port of New York; giving the said Stephen Paranque and others, a credit of six, nine, and twelve months, to be computed from the time of unloading, instead of the time of the importation of the cargo, as directed by the eighth section of an act, intituled Act of May 2, 1792, ch. 27.“An act for raising a further sum of money for the protection of the frontiers, and for other purposes therein mentioned,” passed the second day of May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two.
Approved, April 2, 1794.
Chap. ⅩⅨ.—An Act for the relief of Leffert Lefferts and others.
Collector of New York to remit certain duties.Be it enacted, &c., That it shall and may be lawful for the collector for the district of New York, to remit to Leffert Lefferts, Thomas Carpenter, Jeremiah Condy, and William Condy, owners of the brigantine called Susan and Polly, the duties and imposts of tonnage, which may be incurred in consequence of the incompetent or invalid register of the said brigantine: Provided they shall obtain, within one hundred and twenty days, a new register for the said brigantine, in the manner prescribed by law.
Approved, April 18, 1794.
Chap. ⅩⅩ.—An Act to authorize Ephraim Kimberly to locate the land warrant issued to him for services in the late American army.
Ephraim Kimberly permitted to locate certain land-warrant.Be it enacted, &c., That permission be, and the same is hereby granted to Ephraim Kimberly, now resident on the west bank of the Ohio, near Indian Short-creek, within the territory north-west of the Ohio, to locate the land warrant issued to the said Kimberly, for three hundred acres of land, for his services in the late American army, so as to include the land where he now resides, or as convenient as may be thereto: Under what restrictions.Provided, he doth not interfere with any existing claim, location or survey: And upon the said Kimberly’s procuring the said land to be surveyed, in such way and manner as shall be pointed out and directed by the President of the United States, and returning his said warrant into the Treasury of the United States, the President of the United States shall be, and he hereby is authorized and empowered to issue