Specific appropriations.For erecting public piers in the river Delaware, five thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight dollars, and seventy-nine cents.
For erecting certain lighthouses, and fixing buoys in Long Island sound, nine thousand six hundred and seventy-eight dollars and thirty-eight cents.
And for building a lighthouse on Cumberland South Point, four thousand dollars.
For completing the lighthouse at the mouth of the Mississippi, and the lighthouse at or near the pitch of Cape Lookout, in addition to the sum heretofore appropriated to those objects, by the act of the twenty-sixth of March, one thousand eight hundred and four, twenty thousand dollars.
Towards completing the surveys of public lands in the state of Ohio, and in the Indiana and Mississippi territories, forty thousand dollars.
For the discharge of such miscellaneous claims against the United States, not otherwise provided for, as shall have been admitted in due course of settlement at the treasury, and which are of a nature, according to the usage thereof, to require payment in specie, four thousand dollars.
For defraying certain expenses heretofore incurred in the war and navy departments, and which, in due course of settlement in those departments, have been adjusted, and cannot be discharged out of any existing appropriation, twenty thousand dollars.
For the expense of taking the second census of the inhabitants of the United States, being the balance of a former appropriation carried to the surplus fund, fourteen thousand one hundred and sixty-two dollars, and seventy-seven cents.
For the expense of wharves and stores for quarantine of ships and vessels, being the balance of a former appropriation carried to the credit of the surplus fund, seventeen thousand one hundred and forty-three dollars, and one cent.
For the expense of returning the votes for President and Vice President of the United States for the term commencing the fourth day of1792, ch. 8. March, one thousand eight hundred and five, one thousand six hundred and twenty-four dollars.
For defraying the contingent expenses of government, (the unexpended balance of a former appropriation for the same object, being carried to the credit of the surplus fund,) twenty thousand dollars.
For expenses of intercourse with foreign nations, fifty-seven thousand and fifty dollars.
For the expenses of the intercourse between the United States and the Barbary powers, including the compensation of the consuls at Algiers, Morocco, Tunis and Tripoli, sixty-three thousand five hundred dollars.
For the contingent expenses of intercourse with the Barbary powers, two hundred thousand dollars.
For the relief and protection of distressed American seamen, five thousand dollars.
For the salaries of the agents at Paris and Madrid, for prosecuting claims in relation to captures, four thousand dollars.
For payment of demands for French vessels and property captured, pursuant to the convention between the United States and the French Republic, the balance of a former appropriation for the same object, by1802, ch. 17. the act of the third of April, one thousand eight hundred and two, having been carried to the surplus fund, twenty-one thousand dollars.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the several appropriations herein before made, shall be paid and discharged out of the fund of six hundred thousand dollars, reserved by the act “1790, ch. 34.making provision for the debt of the United States,” and out of any monies in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated.Approved, March 1, 1805.