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FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 358, 359, 360, 361. 1874. 573 CHAP. 358.· An act for the relief of James M. True, late colonel of the sixty- June 20, 1874. second Illinois Volunteer Infantry. "l‘j"’_‘ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Payment to-Mmes States of America in Congress assembled, That there be paid to James M· T‘“°· M. True, late colonel of the sixty-second Illinois volunteer Infantry, by the proper accounting officers, out of any money not otherwise appro- · printed, the compensation of colonel of infantry from the twentieth day of February, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, when his recruits were taken from him by order of the Secretary of War, to the ten th day of April, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, the day upon which he was mustered in as such. Approved, June 20, 1874. CHAP. 359.-An act granting a medal to John Horn, Jr. for his heroic exploits J11D0 20. 1874- in rescuing men, women, and children from drowning in Detroit River. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President of the Gold ,,,,,,1,,; to United States be authorized and directed to cause to be prepared and John Hem,jr. presented to John Horn, junior, of Detroit, Michigan, a gold medal, with appropriate devices and inscriptions, in recognition and in commemoration of his heroic and humane exploits in rescuing men, women, and children from drowning in the Detroit River. Approved, June 20, 1874. CHAP. 360.-An act for the relief of Sheridan O. Bremmer, late a private of com- June, 2Q 1g74_ pany E, eighteenth regiment Wisconsin infantry. -——-···!——···· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Charge of descr- States of America in Congress assembled, That the Adjutant General is *¤i<>¤ FGM0V6d Md hereby authorized and directed to remove the charge of desertion §f,gg‘é$;m“]g*‘V§g6,;? against Sheridan O. Bremmer, late a private in company E, eighteenth mon ' regiment Wisconsin infantry volunteers, and grant him an honorable discharge; and the proper accounting officer is hereby authorized to audit and pay all claims for bounty and allowances which he would have been entitled to had no charge of desertion been made against _ him: Provided, That no pay or allowances shall be granted to this sol- P'°‘"“°· dier for the time he was actually absent from his regiment by virtue of a supposed discharge. Approved, June 20, ,1874. CHAP. 361.-·An act for the relief of Joseph S. Read. Jung 20, 1874, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the proper accounting of- Payment to Joficer of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed to pay, out of any ¤°Pb S- Rwamoney in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to Joseph S. Read the sum of three hundred and ninetynve dollars and seventy-two cents · the same to be received in full compensation for services of the said Joseph S. Read as an assistant doorkeeper to the House of Representatives, from the first day of August to the tenth day of November, in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-eight. Approved, June 20, 1874.