Chap. ⅩⅩⅩⅧ.—An Act to compensate Arthur St. Clair.
Allowance to A. St. Clair in settlement of his accounts.Be it enacted, &c., That the accounting officers of the treasury, in the settlement of the accounts of Arthur St. Clair, allow him for his expenses while going from New York to Fort Pitt, and till his return to New York, between November, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-seven, and February, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight, at the rate of five dollars per diem. That he be further allowed, at the rate of five dollars per day, from the tenth day of June, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight, to the third day of May, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine, being the time he was employed in the business of Indian treaties, and till the delivery of the said treaties to the President of the United States. That he be allowed interest on the balance which shall be found due to him. That he be credited the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars advanced by him to Major Hamtramck, on public account, and that Major Hamtramck be chargeable therewith.
Approved, May 31, 1794.
Chap. ⅩⅩⅩⅨ.—An Act to authorize the settlement of the account of Lewis Dubois for his services in the late army of the United States.
Lewis Dubois allowed emoluments of deranged colonel in the late army.
Register to grant certificate.Be it enacted, &c., That the Comptroller of the Treasury be, and he hereby is required to adjust the accounts of Lewis Dubois, as a colonel deranged in the line of the late army of the United States, upon the principles of the act of the late Congress, of the third of October, one thousand seven hundred and eighty and to allow him the usual commutation of half pay, for life, of a colonel: And that the Register of the Treasury be, and he hereby is required to grant a certificate for the amount of the balance due to him.
Approved, June 4, 1794.
Chap. ⅩⅬⅢ.—An Act to extend the term of credit for teas imported in the ship Argonaut; and to permit the export of goods saved out of the wreck of the snow Freelove.
The collector of Pennsylvania to take bond, &c. for teas imported in the ship Argonaut, or receive deposit, &c.Be it enacted, &c., That the collector of the district of Pennsylvania be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to take bond, with sufficient surety, for the payment of the duties accruing on teas, imported into the said district in the ship Argonaut, Victor Chabert, commander, from China, payable on the fifteenth day of May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, or to receive, on deposit, such of the said teas as may be tendered for that purpose, as security for the said duties.
The collector to permit the exportation of the teas under like regulations as other teas, &c.Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the said collector be authorized to permit the said teas, or any part thereof, to be exported, under the like regulations as other teas are permitted to be exported, at any time before the fifteenth day of May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five.
The collector to permit the exportation of sugars, &c. saved out of the snow Freelove, &c.Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the collector aforesaid be authorized and directed to permit the exportation of any sugars, coffee, cocoa, or molasses, saved out of the snow Freelove, cast away on Cape Hatteras, as may be required by the owners thereof, under the like regulations and provisions as goods of a like kind are permitted to be exported, and to allow the drawbacks thereon, as if the same had been directly imported into the district of Pennsylvania.
Approved, June 4, 1794.