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FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. OH. 209,210, 211,212. 1874. 555 CHAP. 209.-—A¤ not granting a pension to Fanny Newcomb, mother of Irenus New- June 3, 1874. comb, late of Company H, Sixth Regiment Vermont Volunteers. "'";`""""" Be it emwted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the In- P¤¤¤i<>¤ to Fwmy terior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to plece on the N°“°°“"’· pension-roll, subject to the provisions and limitations of the pension-laws, the name of Fanny Newcomb, mother of lrenus Newcomb, late of Company H of the Sixth Regiment of Vermont Volunteers, and that she - be allowed st pension. _ Approved, June 3, 1874. CHAP. 210.-An not granting a pension to Hugh Lytle, late :1. private in Company J¤¤0 3, 1874- H, .[‘h1rty-second Regiment Ohio Volunteers. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the In- P¤¤¤i°¤ te Hngh terior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed 'to place on tho R LY“°· pension-roll, subject to the provisions and limitations of the pension—laws, the name of Hugh P. Lytle, late a private in Company H, Thirty- second Regiment Ohio Volunteers. Approved, June 3, 1874. ··· CHAP. 211.-An act for the relief of William B. Thomas, late collector of customs June 3, 1874. st the port of Philadclpliiu,. ""'*“"_" Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ States of America, in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas- m£Qgm§$‘i*{1g‘;l:l°"’{‘,' ury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed tovpay William B. qq,,,m,,,,_ ' Thomas, late collector of customs for the port of Philadelphia, the sum of sixty-two thousand nine hundred and sixtyeight dollars and twenty eight cents, that being the amount paid by him into the treasury of the United States on account of an abstraction of funds from the customhouse at Philadelphia by G. Milton Allen, while said Collector Thomas was engaged in the military service, aiding in the suppression of the late rebellion, under leave of absence from the Secretary of the Treas- _ury, and which abstraction was not owing to any ihult or negligence oi said collector. Approved, June 3, 1874. CHAP. 212.—An not for the relief of Henry A. Webster, V..B. McCollum, and A. JMB 3.1874- Colby, of W¤,shing•.on 'Iemitcry, pre-emptors on the Makuh Indian Reservation. Be it enacted by Lhe Senate and House of Representatives of the United Stem of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Claims of Henry Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to examine endl-'; CV‘{;=‘>=**°*‘· consider the claims of Henry A. Webster, V. B. McCollum, and A.C§1b§’, ’,}§j*hf,‘;,.0v0j Colby for valuable improvements taken possession of and used by the ments, taken, to be United States in enlarging the Makah Indian reservation on the Pacino ¢<>¤¤i<1cr<¤<1 uml sw const and Straits of Fuca, in Washington 'Derritory, by executive order “"‘l· of the President of the United States, dated twenty-first October, eighteen hundred and seventy-three,_and to adjust and settle the same on principles of equity, in view of the appraisement made by authority of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, dated twenty-fifth April, eighteen hundred and seventy-three, not to exceed the sum of twentythree thousand six hundred and eight dollars and thirty-four cents; which sum, or so much thereof as shall he necessary, is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, in full satisfaction thereof. ` Approved, June 3, 1874