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588 FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. II. Ras. 23, 37. 1878. May 22, 1878. [No.23.'| Joint resolution directing the Secretary of the Treasury to refund to the -—-———— Society of the Sons of St George established at Philadelphia the sum of fourteen hundred and forty dollars and twenty-tive cents in gold, being the amount paid by said Society upon a colossal statue of St George and the Dragon. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Society of the States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas- 8<>¤¤ °f $*· GQ0f8W ury be and he is hereby directed to cause to be refunded to the "Society "’f““d °fd““°“ °°‘ of the Sous of St George established at Philadelphia." the sum of fourteen hundred and forty dollars and twenty-Eve cents in gold, being the amount of duty paid by said Society upon a colossal bronze statue of “ St George and the Dragou" imported by them and specially designed for the ornamentation of the building of said Society in Philadelphia. Approved, May 22, 1878. - June 18, 1878. [No. 37.] Joint resolution authorizing the payments of the accounts of Lieutenant ····L——— James T. Leavy, an insane officer. p,,,,,,,,m°_ Whereas, the pay account of First Lieutenant and Brevet Captain James T. Leavy, United States Army, retired, is in an unsettled condition by reason of his insanity, there being mutual indebtedness between said Leavy and the government: Therefore, Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States James T. Leavy. of Amernna in Congress assembled, That the Paymaster-General be, and °°E‘;f*;*i'?°¤* °* °°· he is hereby, authorized and directed to adjust the pay accounts of the ‘ said Leavy, and pay out of any moneys appropriated for the pay of the Army, the balance, if any, found to be due him, on account of salary during the time his name was omitted from the Army Register on account of his request to be wholly retired, which request was made by him while insane. Approved, June 18, 1878.