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SIXTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Crrs. 383-386. 1916. 1391 CHAP. 383Z—An Act For the relief of the dependent widow of Patrick Curran, -*118115* 2r 1916- civilian employee of the Government, who was killed while in the discharge of his [H' R' SML] duties at the United States naval magazine at Iona Island, New York. lPfiV¤t0. N0- 122-1 Be it jnnacted by the Senate and House of Iriiexpresentatgves of the Znitled States 0 America in Gon ess assembled, at the ecretary 0 the E11¤¤0urm¤. Treasury be, and he is hgileby, authorized and directed to pay out dB§€hy'§P1§lmb,{§&_ l°' of any money in the Treasu not otherwise appropriated, to Ellen Curran, of Haverstraw, Newrllork, the dependent widow of Patrick Curran, civilian em loyee of the Government, who was killed while in the discharge of duties on the fourth day of November, nineteen hundred and three, at the United States naval magazine on Iona Isgmd, tl}i§IHudson Rive]? New Yorikl, Eyuishe explolsion of gunpow er an t teen—inch she , without °s a t or neg 'gence, the sum of $624. Approved, August 21, 1916. August 21, ism. CHAP. 384.-An Act For the relief of M. E. Sitters. [H` R‘ S200"] [Private, No. 123.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re esentattoes of the United _ States of America in Congress assembled, Tgt the Secretary of the {§yE,’,,,,*fj{*{’•fS·,°,,°,,S Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay to ¤fh¤¤b¤¤<L ' M. E. Sitters, widow of Joe Sitters, out of funds in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of $1,095 as compensation to her for the loss of her husband, who, on the twenty-fourth day of May, nineteen hundred and fifteen, while in discharge of his official duties as a mounted inspector of the United States custom service in Presidio County, Texas, was assassinated by Mexican bandits. Approved, August 21, 1916. f 38£;i;1An Act For the relief of the Farmer’s State Bank of Eureka, Wood- Am 0f 0011*3% 015- {rnvm, Ne. 124.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rrfpresentatives of the United , States of America in Congress assembled, at the Secretary of the ,,,IQ;“,§,?;§ff{}?“°B“°k Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay out of 1’¤r¤¤¤¤¤¤<>· any money in the Treasury o the United States, not otherwise approriated, to the Far1ner’s State Bank of Eureka, Woodford County, Illinois, the sum of $200, in full compensation for claims on account of the loss of revenue stam s purchased and paid for by said bank and which were lost in the United States mails in transmission of the same from the Office of tl§%Co§lfec3né of Interiifaln Revenue at Springfield, Illinois, to Eureka, oo or ounty, ois. Approved, August 21, 1916. cmir. see.-Au Act rorameiaerori. M. ram. "§§Y“ff§a,%§‘§°‘ Be tt enacted by the Senate and House of Regwesentatives of the United [P"v°°°’N°` ml States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the §,g,¤1;;§*,f;,0,m,u_ Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, out of ries. any money in the Treasury of the United States not otherwise appropriated, to J. M. Potter, of Pikeville, Pike County, Kentucky, the sum of $140, as a reimbursement for expenses incurred for sur%pal and medical aid and hospital fees in having wounds treated w `ch were received while in the discharge of his uties as deputy United States marshal, and for loss of time, suffering, and permanent disability resulting from said wounds. Approved, August 21, 1916.