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PRIVATE ACTS OF THE THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS or run UNITED STATES, Passed at the frst session, which was begun and held at the Oily of Washington, in the District of Uolumbia, on Monday, the dayof December, A. D. 1859, and ended on Mvnday, the twentyjijth day of June, A. D. 1860. James Bncnszuu, President. J om: O. Bxncxmnmen, Vice-President, and President of the Senate. Wxuuu Pmmrneron, Speaker of the House of Representatives. Cm?. IV.·—An Aetjbr the Relief of William B. Iizrrick. March 8, 1860. Be it enacted by the Senate and Phase of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior be directed to place the name of William B. Herrick, late a surgeon _ P¢Mi0¤t0Wiiin the first regiment of Illinois volunteers, on the pension roll at the rate },‘,’}'§3,?,, E,°g,',? of thirty dollars per month, to commence on the fourteenth day of May, from May 14, ’ eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, and to continue during his life. 1858- Approved, March 8, 1860. Crue. VI.—An Act fn- the Relief of the legial Representative of Charles Pearson, de- March gg, 1g8g_ CQGJ • —°'—'*"' Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there shall be paid to the legal representative of Charles Pearson, late of Concord, in the State of 8140:obe paid New Hampshire, deceased, the sum of one hundred and forty dollars out ;g:,;g§fg °,‘I°P"°‘ of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, it being the 4;;,,,,,,,, pw.m,,_ amount of money paid into the United States Patent-Oiiice by the said Pearson, whilst he was laboring under a state of insanity. Approved, March 19, 1860. CHAP. XII.—An Actjbr the Relief of Mary E. Gzstar. April 8, 1860. Be it enacted ln; the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, directed and authorized to place the name of Pension m Mary E. Castor, widow of First Lieutenant Thomas F. Castor, late of g,{¤§’6§é,i¤*°' the United States army, on the pension roll, at the rate of twenty-six dol- ,,,,,,,,,,;,-,.0,,, Dm lars sixty-six and one half cents per month, from the ninth day of Decem— Q, 1859, during ber, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, for and during her life or widow- ‘"d°"‘ hood. Approved, April 3, 1860. v01.. XII. Pmv.——107