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458 FORTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 160, 161, 162, 163. 1869. M¤r<>|¤ 8, 1869- CHAP. CLX. -—An Act granting a Pension to Lemuel Bartholow. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Mzited L°Penslo§1;oh §'za¢e.s of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Inm- ,°;‘“° ” °' 1-1or be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place on the pension roll, subject to the provisions and limitations of the pension laws, the name of Lemuel Bartholow, late a private in company G, of the one hundred and twenty-sixth regiment of Ohio volunteers, and pay him a pension, eommencing January third eighteen hundred and sixty-three. Armaovmv, March 3, 1869. l March 8• 1869- CHAP. CLXI. —·An Act for ¢h<b_Re1ie)" of Lieutenant- Colonel John W. Davidson, of the nitcd `lales Army. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Unite:} Ligsgjliggng States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas- ,],,;,,, w_ ,),,.,,,1, ury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay to Lieutenant- 2mb1g0F ¥¤<>¤¤Y p0l0¤6l John W. Davidson. of the United States army, out of any money ‘ m the treasury not otherwise aappropriated, the sum of two hundred and . l P P eighteen dollars and twenty-five cents, being the amount of public money stolen from him while in his possession at Los Angeles, California, in August, eighteen hundred and forty-seven. Approved, March 3, 1869. M*“`°h 8· 186* CHAP CLXII —An Actjbr the Relic/'of the Heirs and ' ·~~—----—-- · - _ legal Representatives of Charles O. Cook, deceased. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Payment to S; g A ‘ · · . . hairs M of I ez es of 'merzccz m Congress assembled, 1"hat the paymastei-ge-neial Chula, é_c°°k_ IS hereby directed to pay to the heirs or legal representatives of Charles C. Cook, deceased, formerly of company C, seventy-seventh regiment Pennsylvania volunteers, the full pay and allowances of a second lieutenant of xnfantry, frorn the first day of November, eighteen hundred and Blxty-one, until lhe sixth day of November, eighteen hundred and sixty- foul.', when he died from wounds received in battle, deducting therefrom, however, such sums as may have been already paid to Charles C. Cook forge military services during that period. mzovmn, March 3, 1869. ·——-——————— ‘ . ·. f MM'¤l\ 3, 1869- CHAP. CLXIII -An Act lo coqfirm cer/ain private Land Claims in the State 0 Jllxssozm. ` Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Re resemlatives o ll U `t cl clrggzllgg Siates of America in Obngress assembled, Tlgat the claimsfof ifhe lldehl seutatlvee or ¥`¤P¤‘¤§46¤l¤tlV0S of Gilbvlel Cerro and Sophia Bolaye, falling within are g;)>gglm;¤*¤§0· exterior boundaries of the commons of Caromlelet, the former entered as myc m mmm, number sixty, for four hundred arpens, and the latter as number two hun- OOIl[ll'I’l')Q;l. Ad- dvcd ftull Scveiitymine, for one hundred and fifty arpens, in the first class Xgfgtsde "·“ “°'· of decisions0f the board of land commissioners under the acts of Congress ]83g’ 6h_ 18g_ approved ninth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, and second March, $$35 eighteen hundred and thirty-three, for the adjustment of private land msi GGL claurns rn Missouri, as recommended by said. board, (H. Ex. Doc. 59, lst wm ch an sesexon Z45th Congress, p. 187, and S. Doc. 16, same session, page 40,) VOL R pi mi which claims were confirrned by the act of Congress approved fourth July, eighteen hundred and tlnrty-six, subject 1:0 location elsewhere than in place in case of conflict, (Stat. L., vol. 0, page 126,) be, and the same are hereby, confirmed in place, subject to any valid adverse riehts, if such exist, and patents for said claims shall be issued accordingly. 0 Armovmn, March 3, 1869.