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1616 SIXTIETH CONGRESS. Srzss. II. Cris. 291, 292. 1909. \|¤'¢!¤ it 1909- CHAP. 291.-—An Act Granf 'ons and increase oi nsions to 'ers and

 sailors of wars other than the civdgwarptjlxd to certain widows aiiii dependesrtitltihlatives

lP¤V¤¤¤» N0- 204-l of such soldiers and sailors. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re esentatives of the United “‘“'*°"'· States of America in Congress assembled, Tgdt the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place on the pension roll, subject to the provisions and limitations of the pension aws— °"“‘·'· ““""· The name of Clara J. Sitton, widow of Felix G. Sitton, late of Compgfny H, First Regiment Doniphan’s Missouri Mounted Volunteer antry, lyvar with Meixlrco, and pay her a pension at the rate of twe ve dollars er mon . '““”"“ B·S“"""“ The name ofp Thomas B. Stewart, late of Company I, Eighth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantriy, war- with Spam, and pay m·;_»,g¤g;;;·=·¤- *“`i—‘h“;’LZ’?.?.1§"3r°ii.f.$z§“.`i °ii$5Z‘§}Yi’£ 0}’i£€Esm°iYhwy0mi¤g vsy uuteer I/iight Artillery, war with Spain, and paylgm a pension at the rate of y dollars per month rn ren of that he is now receiving. H"“°“·m,, Ouvcn The name of Caroline Oliver, widow of Edward Ohver, late of Captain Parker’s Company A, Iowa Dragoon Volunteers, war with Mexico, and pay her a pension at the rate of twelve dollars er month.

('§§°gg‘§°°,,gj The name o Prudencio Ortagus, late of Captain Micldefs Independent company, Florida Mounted Volunteers, Florida Indian war,

and pay him a_pensron at the rate of sixteen dollars per month rn lreu of that he is now receiving. ,,§f’"""'““ B‘ T"' _The name of Benjamin _ mer, late of Captain Thomas Ledwith’s_company, Florida_ Militia, Florida Indian war, and pay hun a pension at the rate of sixteen dollars per month in lreu of t at he 1S now receiving. Approved, March 3, 1909. Mghégf- 292.-Au Act Granting pensions and increase of pensions to certain soldiers

 :0115 iS::;!: sia wg! other than the civil war and to certain dependent relatives of such

_ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re esentatives of the United ’°""°"“· States of America in C ess assembled, Thdt the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hixr, authorized and directed to place on the pension roll, subject to the provisions and limitations of the pension aws-— °,g';f°m*¤ H- R"¥“‘ Tljewrfiame of Tfhpmas lteypolds, late major Thirty-second Regimen . c 1 n ouneer nan rv. ’*">’D“¤°¤¤· The namgaof Perry Duncan, late of Company G, Sixth Regiment Ohio `Volunteer Infantry, war with Spain, and pay him a pension at the rate of ten dollars er month. , ·*¤¤¤ Sm"- The name of Anna Sterr, dependent mother of Frank Sterr, late of Company I, Fifth Regiment United States Cavalry, war with P _ Spain, and pay her a pension at the rate of twelve dollars per month. G'§’Q$§,‘l“€yl“v¥§{,‘§?°‘ The name of George W. Webb, late second lieutenant Company H, Twenty-fifth Regiment United States Infantry, and pay him a lpen- · sion at the_rate of twenty-four dollars per month in lreu of that e is now recer . F“’“°°° G‘W°°'“"" The nagiigof Frances G. YVebster, dependent mother of James C. Webster, late of Com any A, Ninth Regiment United States Infantry, war with Spain, andp pay her a pension at the rate of twenty-four www mk dollars per month rn lieu of that s e rs now receiving. _ ' °` The name of Calvin W. Cooke, late ca tain, First Regiment Oregon Riflemen, Cayuse Indian war, and pay {him a pension at the rate of sixteen dollars per month in lieu of that he is now receiving.