STS FORTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ons. 933-935 1886. of the State of New York, on the fourteenth day of February, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, and on the twentieth day of November, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, in an action brought against said bank by David Risley to recover a certain deposit which had been illegally seized and confiscated by the United States of America. Approved, August 5, 1886. August 5, 1886. CHAP. 934.-An act for the relief of William Huntington. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ William H¤¤t~ States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the mgflkcut of ML Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed_ to pay to Will- Mmy found d ,1 9 iam Huntington, formerly marshal of the United States for the Terrinim ns marshal, tory of Washington, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise Washington Terri- appropriated, the sum of one thousand and sixty-four dollars and eleven
- °"Y- cents, the same being a balance found due him from the United States
‘ on the Judicial determination of two suits instituted against said Huntington and his bondsmen, in the district court of the second judicial district of Washington Territory, by the United States. . Approved, August 5, 1886. . August 5, 1886- CHAP. 935.-An act for the relief of Seth M. Barton. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United' Seth _M. Barton. States of America in Congress assembled, Stlwo-thirds of each House con- _t¥’¤ll’¤¢¤l<l:]¤¤l>ll· curring therein), That all political disab’ `ties imposed upon Seth M.
- ‘“ "‘“°"° · Barton, a citizen of Virginia, by the fourteenth article of amendments
to the (Cioustitution of the United States, be, and the same are hereby, remov . Approved, August 5, 1886. i .