586* FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 230, 231, 232, 238. 1880. Claimsuts. M. L. Zimmerman, Washington County, Maryland, thirty-six dollars and fortythree cents. Samuel and Elias Zimmerman, executors of George Zimmerman, iiaerrgeaseil, Frederick County, Maryland, two hundred and thirty-nine dolan ninety-seven cents. Garlinda J. Weitz, widow of Abraham Weitz, deceased, Highland County, Ohio, one hundred dollars. Sec. 2. That the agents appointed by the Quartermaster—General or 1864, eh. 240, his subordinates to investigate claims under the act of July fourth, eight - Sw-. 13, 381- een hundred and sixty-four, shall give notice to claimants whose claims m§‘;"‘g’,f,°0‘;1“i,’f',; it is proposed to investigate of the time and place of taking testimony, agents. who shall have the right to cross-examine every witness who may testify in behalf of the government; and said agents shall also take, at the same time, testimony of any and all witnesses who may be presented by Rules for taking the claimant. And all, both in behalf of claimants and the government, ‘ testimony- shall be taken under the law and rules which usually govern the taking Reportsofagents of testimony. And the reports of said agents shall be open to the in- <>P¤¤ *30 i¤S1¤¤¤ti<>¤ spection of the claimant or his attorney at all times, on application, sub- °f °1““““•”“· ject to such regulations as the Quartermaster-General or Commissary- General may prescribe. Approved, June 15, 1880. June 15, 1880. CHAP. 231.-An act granti1;_gv?ip]ond0]3r Jol:n Fisher guardian of the infant heirs W 0 hm I1, • _ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United John Fisher, States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the [utcgggdlfgl °€V$€?;:” rior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place on the pension- D,,,,,,, deceased_ roll, subject to the provisions and limitations of the pension laws, the Poms0n_ name of John Fisher, of West Virginia, guardian of the infant heirs of William Dakin, deceased, late private of Company G, Sixth Regiment of West Virginia Infantry, and pay him as such guardian the sum al lowed by law to minor children of deceased private soldiers, until they the said children, arrive respectively at the age of sixteen years, com rnencing from July thirteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, that be ing the date of the death of their said father. Approved, June 15, 1880. June 15, 1880. CHAP. 232.-An -act to pay for expert services relating to the metric system ren· "‘—""‘;"* dered the I•‘0rty-fifth Congress. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Williamwheeler States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of three hundred H;§b;’;];w ,0 for and nfty dollars be, and is hereby, appropriated, out of any moneys in oorvioog the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to enable the Secretary of the Treasury to pay the bills of June eighteenth and June twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and seventyeight, for expert services rendered hy Wrlham Wheeler Hubbell to the'Forty-fifth Congress, respecting the application of the system of metric weights and measures. Approved, June 15, 1880. _ · I June 15, 1880. CHAP. 233.-An act for the relief of John Hohstadt. Be it enacted by the Senate and House o rnited %$l;;1b§_Igg§;¤dt~ States tf America in Qongress assembled, of H10 Hooorooyo 'oi,- £*'€i:SElig',b0» wild h6_1S lierelvy, authorized and directed to issue to J0}111 mugs, Mg} a_ , slergoant in Captain ltlnalr W. Wood’s company of VGFHIOPG - 11 13 in the war of eighteen hundred and twelve, an honorable dis- . charge from that service, and to so amend the records and rolls in the
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