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l52 SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 21, 22, 23, 25. 1802. exceeding eight thousand do1Iars,`to be paid. out of any monies which may be in the treasury, not otherwrse approprruted. _S¤m ¤ppr<>- Sm. S. And be it jiertlaer enacted, That xt shall be lawful for the {}f;°*fQr§°§nP‘Q; Seeremy of the Treasury, under the dirccticq of the President of the rival; Delaware. United States, to cause to be expended, in repairing and erecting public piers, in the river Delaware, a sum not exceeding thirty thousand dollars; and that the same be paid out of any monies in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated: Provided, that the jurisdiction of the site where any pn whutcou- such piers may be erected, shall be first ceded to the United States, '}*“°'*“· according to the conditions in such case by law provided. A1>1>1z0vm>, April 6, 1802. Sruruu I. -—- Apr-il6, 1802. CHAP. XXI.-dn det for the relief of {hc Marshals of certain districts lhercin ·····—······ mentioned. [Obsolete.] Compensation Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represcntatives of the United Y';) ***2***% ***3 States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Trea-

:m'Q_ °”' sury be, and he hereby is authorized and directed to apportion to the

several marshals of the districts of Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, 1800, eh, 12. respectively, who have been employed or concerned in taking the late census, the compensation allowed by the "Act providing for the second census or enumeration of the inhabitants of the United States," according to the service each may have performed. Avrnovnn, April 6, 1802. Szrnurm I. --——· April 14, 1802. Can. XXII.—An dot to autlwrize an advance of money to Samuel Dexter. [Obsolete.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United SP9<=i6¢ #9- States tf America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the pr°[m°u°“‘ Treasury be, and he is hereby authorized and directed to advance out of any money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, the sum of five hundred dollars to Samuel Dexter, for the purpose of assisting him in defraying the expenses of the suit of Joseph Hodgson against him in the circuit court of the district of Columbia, he, the said Dexter, to be accountable for the same. Armovmn, April 14, 1802. Srnvm: I. --—- Apr-il 14, 1802, CHAP. XXIH.··—.»in Act declaring the assent of Congress to an act of the General “""""" Assembly of Virginia therein mentioned. A¤¢_ relative Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United

6:25-T£;‘X'€: {States of America in Congress assembled, That the assent of Congress

pgmgggx, M, IQ ir€I’€i’Jy_glV€¤ and declared to an act of the general assembly of Virncntc to. gmm, mtrtuled " {Kn act.-to amend zmd reduce into one, the several acts of assembly for improving the navigation of Appomamx river, from Broadway to Pocahontas bridge." Armzovzn, April 14, 1802. Suruw: I.

 Crztngjiegggézen   f;_rfv%and fhezztinue inforce, an aet, inlituled “An ucl in

r canes c officers “ ti d" [0b5e1am_] March, one thousand seven hundred uaieiqobilfzxnggg. ’ passed the second day if F A . · l vh,;fIm§;d°;;;_ Be at enacted_by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Timdh 2 States of America 21:. Congress assembled, That an act, intituled "An act chyrégi ,1799, to augment the salrmes of the officers therein mentioned," be, and the For whmimm s:;_mc is hereby revrved, and cormnued in force, for and during the term 0 two years, from the commencement of the present year. Ammovmu, April 14, 1802.