Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 36 Part 2.djvu/374

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1818 six*rY-F1ns*r Corman ss. sm. 11. cus. e4r,.:a4s. 1910. thousand eight hundred and sixty-three dollars and ninetynine cents, said assessment being made against said George West an Son (Incorporated) on account of the accidental destruction by fire of seventeen ` puncheons of brandy gauged in the wine room of distillery numbered one hundred and twenty, and five thousand three hundred and thirty- one and thirty-eight one-hundredths proof gallons; said brandy being made and gaugef for use in fortifying sweet wines, and it not bemg possible to remove said brandy from the distillery premises after gauging and before the accidental destruction by fire, and were constructryel intransrt. TheComm1ss1o‘herof Internal Revenueis hereby authorized and directed to abate the said assessment without the pay- ment of said assessment or any rt thereof. _ ha h hall Eu lf dia l f ` ¤¤- S1:c.2.T tt isActs ta ee ectrmme teyateritspassagc ““i“""'°Z3`°§¤ - 22 1910 - pprov , une , . {§z>eR22é4nz0j Sidi?. Ac{;aGrXnt:ing pelnslilons and ipcreangeilpf ppénpions tolcgitpin szldiers ‘ ‘ · 1111 8V , C0 81331] {Private, No. 120.] E-tgeiiatlngiis the cgi] x, dud toywiidows and cienpendeut resliitives of such ssh-iigrsvsiird 0l'B. Be it enacted the Senate and House oflglelpreaemalivw of the United 1’¤¤¤¤= States of Amemea in Congress assembled, at the Secretary of the Interior beli and, he is hetrliby authorized a1ni®rected tofpikage on the pension ro , su ject to provisions an `tations o pension awe-- ‘§•¥.§§_:¤;Mca¤:r¤¤- The name of Arthur B. Carr, late of Hospital Corps, United States ' Army, war with Spain, and pay him a pension at the rate of twenty dollars per month in lieu of that he is now receiving. °•¤¤fB¤ M¤¤8¤*· The name of George Albright, late of Company G, Third Regiment United States Infantry, war with Spain, and pay him a pension at the rate of fourteen dollars per month m lieu of that he is now receiving. ¤<>¤·¤¤*¤¤ HMM- S The §ame of dCornel111ii; Horgan, late §ireman,ffirst class, United tates a , an ay a pension at the rate twel d ll month in Iigu of tl-iat he is now receiving. 0 V6 0 m per §_U¤=$*¤I¤;¤·N¤d“u_ The name of Ma L. Nadeau, widow of Sylvan Nadeau, late of Company A, Third liiegiment United States Infantry, war with Spain, and (pay her a pension at the rate of twelve dollars er month, and two 0 lars per month additional on account of each oi, the four minor children of said Sylvan Nadeau until they reach the age of sixteen years. -'°¤¤ I·· '¤¤‘P•· The name of John ’L. Thorpe, late of Hospital Corps, United States grgiy, war withtgpam, and pay him a pension at the rate of twelve o ars per mon . www ¥¢¤<>¤¤¤· The namlpi o£8Will:pCrr3lMcl)§nald, Alpti ofl Captain John D. Lee’s com any, eu nan one e . tt ’ ° t f Nauiioo Legion, Utah Indian digtiirlmncesl ari; rdguliiiii ao cayrahlyi _ the rate of eight dollars vper month. y P y Pension at ¤·¤¤W·H·¤¤=*¤· The name of Charles . Hildreth, late of Company I, Third Regiment Mrssoniln Volunpeer Infantry, war with Spain, and pay him 8, pension at the rate 0 twent *·two cl ll rs th. Marion W-Hmia The name of Marion W. l·Iarris, lht; cdiritiaiiiogompany A Third ,*}§,€‘{§E§"§. EEAESSFEEZ Y£t§“.1¥°€h}r“f%'I§iK’ “’“" “"“‘.hSp“i“· ‘“"" rs r m , gggipnliucremu. The name of Benton Lynn, late of `ldatfery K Seciiiid Regiment ° Y"' and Battery M, Fifth Regiment, United States Artillery, and ay apxvnlsggg at the rate of fourteen dollars per month in lieu of tiiat he is repsam. The name of Elizabeth G. Mills, widow of Fred A, Mins I E"“"°“‘ °·“’"‘· Company C, First Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry, waratviigli Spain, and pay her a pension at the rate of twelve dollars per month.