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sixrY-F1RsT coxennss. sms. III. GHS. sz-ss., 92. 1911. 1919 held and considered to have been honorably discharged from the military service of the United States as a member of said organization on the thirtieth day of August, eighteen hundred and sixty-two: Provided, cm That no pay, bounty, or other emoluments shall accrue by virtue of the ‘ ` passage of this Act. Approved, February 15, 1911. CHAP. 83.-An Act Granting an annuity to John R. Kissinger. F¢bY§f¥2£j1911· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United [Prime. lie-200.1 States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War {;‘{.§:,§&§,‘f§§]§§§'· be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place on the rolls of AMe.1>-1300- ` the War Department the name of John R. Kissinger, late of Company D, One hundred and fifty-seventh Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry, and also late of the Hospital Co s, United States Army, and pay to him for and during hisnatural lg, in lieu of all pensions, the sum of one hundred dollars per month, in special recognition of the eminent service rendered, suffering endured, and permanent disabilities contracted by him in the interest of humanity and science as a volunteer subject for experiment in the yellow fever hospital in Cuba. Approved, February 15, 1911. • CHAP. 84.-A.n Act For the relief of Iaura A. Wagner. F°}’£’IQ'1§5},%u· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United [P*‘iV¤*°· NO- 201-] States of Ameriea in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas- {S§§§‘,,§g v,gf‘g“°" ury be, and he is hereby, authorized to pay to the said Laura A. Wagner one thousand one hundred and eighty-six dollars and twenty-five cents, which sum is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, in (payment of all claim or damage arising from an injury to and the eath of her father, John A. W agner, which was caused by a bullet fired by Government employees at the United States arsenal at Bridesburg. Approved, February 15, 1911. CHAP. 85.—An Act For the relief of William Doherty. F°E’§}*§f2§%4g’,“· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United l1f}‘iY¤=¤· N0- 292-1 States of America Congress assembled, That in the administration of ;}§R{§{'§. D,,§l],$.§‘§;,,. the pension laws and the laws governing the Soldiers’ Home for Dis- MM- abled Volunteer Soldiers, or any branch thereof, William Doherty, now a resident of New J erse , shall hereafter be held and considered to have been honorably discharged from the military service of the United States as a private of Company B, Fourteenth Regiment New York State Militia, on July twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and mma sixtK—one: Provided, That no pension shall accrue prior to the passage No pridr pension. of t is Act. Approved, February 15, 1911. CHAP. 92.—An Act For the relief of E. C. Yonmg. February 16, 1911. [n. a.1ss42.3 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United [Private, No. 203.] States ofzimertca in Congress assembled That the Secrets. of the Treas- §;fg§g§°u§_· ury of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorize? and directed A~¢¢.1·-1296-