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SIXTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 462, 482-485. 1916. 1467 CHAP. 462.-An Act For the relief of John Duggan. *916- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United lP'l"°‘°· N°· ml States of America in Cwgess assemble , That in the administration J,,i{,'·§,“§,c]@§,§“¤ *‘““ of the pension laws John uggan, alias John McCarty (or McCarth ), Miiiwry word corshall hereafter be held and considered to have been honorably ellis- ` charged from the military service of the United States as a private of Troop K, Sixth Regiment United States Cavalry, on the twenty- seventh day of July, eighteen hundred and sixty-five: Provided, That moist. no pension shall accrue prior to the passage of this Act. N°P“"P°°‘*°'L Approved, September 7, 1916. CHAP. 482.—An Act For the relief of Eva M. Bowman. S€pmf§Plr3¢£l 1916. Priv te, N . . Be it enacted by the Senate and Houseieig Representatives of the United [ a 0 155] States ty America in_ Congress assemb , That the Secretary of the §$h§t%W;jr“géam Treasury be, and he IS hereby, authorized and directed to pay, out of cfhusbimd. ’ any moneylin the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of $1,460 to va M. Bowman, widow of Robert L. Bowman, who was killed in the discharge of his duty as Indian agent. Approved, September 8, 1916. ` *"_'_ sepia be s me CHAP. 483.-An Act For the relief of Karen S. Sorenson and James Lyle. Be it enacted by the Senate and House o Re esentatives of the United ms ‘ States of Amerika in_Co*ngress assembled Tliiiit the Secretary of the l’iiyma(iil:?o?Ly19· Treasiiirgebe, and he is hereby, authorized to pay, out of any money in the asury of the United States not otherwise appropriated, to Karen S. Sorenson and James_Lyle, doing business as copartners at Honolulu, Temtory of Hawan, under the firm name and style of Sorenson and Lyle, for use of marine railway, work done, and materials furnished in making necessary repairs to the schooner Charles Levi Woodb1u·y, whic said schooner was damaged as the result of a collision with the United States sing Iroquois in the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Kauai, Territory of awau, on May fourth, nineteen hundred and five, $1,019.69. Approved, September 8, 1916. CHAP. 484.-An Act For the relief of John E. Keys. rvate, 0. 5 . Be it enacted by the Senate and House eg Rrlegresentatives of the United mm E Kem States of America in Congress assembte at the Secretary of the raymsiizmrm ima Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, out of "°°‘ any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of $602 to John E. Keys, for injuries received dur1ng)the construction of the Corbett Tunnel on the Shoshone Reclamation roj act in Wyoming. Approved, September 8, 1916. te be s me. CHAP. 485.-—-An Act For the relief of James L. Yokum. , 0. Be `t nacted bv the Senate and House o Representatives o the United _ mm Statesi 0} Americrvi in Congress assembled}? That the S11I'I1 oi/‘$1,000 be, l’li¤iy;I¤iti>i>. and the same is herebv, appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby directed to pay James L. Yokuin, a citizen of Red Bluff, Tehama County, in the State of Califorma, reward for the arrest of mail—train robber on the night of November eighth, nineteen hundred and twelve. Approved, September 8, 1916.