SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 20. 1802. I5] the United States, the land whereon lately stood the lighthouse on Gurnet Point, and so much land adjoining thereto, as may be sufhcient for vaults and any other purpose necessary for the better support of the said lighthouse. Sec. 2. And be it frrther enacted, That the Secretary of the Tren- Secretary or sury shall be, and he is hereby authorized, at his discretion, to procure ::;T’°gj“'Y““‘ a new lantern or lanterns, with suitable distinctions, and to cause con- curgzeoncc giol venient vaults to be erected; and the said lighthouse, on the Gurnet, at mtgellgpterrrs. the entrance on Plymouth harbor, to be rebuilt. ‘g ‘ °“s°°“ Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Trea- :iii:,$;incH° be sury shall be, and he is hereby authorized to cause to be rebuilt, of such Secretary or height as he may deem expedient, the lighthouse new situated on the g;‘:h0'5;‘;°;j"‘;g' eastern end of New Castle Island, at the entrance of Piscataqua river, cause ,1 Hgh, either on the land owned by the United States, or on Pollock geek: lholpsgt tc be Provided, that if built on Pollock Rock, thele islature of New amp- ° “‘ ' shire shall vest the property of the said rock id the United States, and dggsnvhat com cede the jurisdiction of the same. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Treasury A lighmonse shall be, and he is hereby authorized and directed to eau?) a sufhcient £’y2'f,;f§‘iEg?nQ“ lighthouse to be erected on Lynde’s Point, at the mouth o onnecticut ` ri%er, in the state of Connecticut, and to appoint a keeper, and other- To appoint a wise provide for such lighthouse, at the expense of the United States: k°°l’°" Provided, that sufficient land for the accommodation of such lighthouse 0,, wjmcml. can be purchased at a reasonable price, and the legislature of the state ditivn tv be r¤· of Connecticut shall cede the jurisdiction over the same to the United °“’“‘ States. Sec. 5. And be it firther enacted, That the Secretary of the Treasury Lighthouses to be directed to cause proper lighthouses to be built, apdhbrgys tp bbs gt; laced, in the situations necessar for the navigation o the oun e- the mM_ iiween Long Island and the mainy; and be, to that effect, authorized to cause, by proper and intelligent persons, a survey to be taken of the said Sound, as far as may be requisite; and to appoint keepers and other- Kq¤p¢(;¤ to l>¤ wise provide for such lighthouses, at the expense of the United States: °pp°""‘° ‘ Provided, that sufhcient land for the accommodation of the respective _Qn what conlighthouses can be purchased at a reasonable price; and that the legis gjjjgns *0 be latures of Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New York, shall, respectively, ' cede the jurisdiction over the same to the United States. Sue. 6. And be it farther enacted, That the Secretary of the Treasury A lighthouse shall be, and he is hereby authorized and directed to cause a sufficient ggéltgjgg lighthouse to be erected on the south point of Cumberland Island, at M,,,,, ,,,,,,,_ the entrance of St. Mary’s river within the state of Georgia; and that, under the direction of the said secretary, there shall be purchased, if the same cannot otherwise be obtained, sufhcient land for the erection of the said lighthouse, and accommodations for the better support thereof: Provided, that the legislature of Georgia shall cede the jurrsdiction over the same to the United States. _ _ See. 7. And be it further enacted, That there shall be, and hereby t:P£<;jl>;:¤;g¤¤ are appropriated, for the reimbursement of the merchants of Plymouth cmmn meh and Duxbury, for monies expended by them m erecting a temporary chants. light on the Gurnet, a sum not exceeding two hundred and seventy dollars; For the rebuilding the lighthouse on the said Gurnet, a sum not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars; for the rebuilding of the lighthouse on the eastern end of New Castle Island a sum not exceeding lbur thousand dollars; and for the erection of the said lighthouse on said Lynde’s Point, a sum not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars; for the erection of the lighthouse on Cumberlandsouth point, a sum not exceeding four thousand dollars; and for taking the survey, and for erecting lighthouses and placing buoys m the Sound, a sum not
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