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SIXTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 66-68,76, 77 1917. 1475 Everett H. Corson, an employee of the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, the sum of $1,237, as full compensation for permanent injuries and damages received by the said Corson in an accident caused by a runaway, without any contributory negligence and while in the dischar e of his official duties, on the twenty-third K , no H day of August, niueteenghundred and six; and an amount sufficient ‘ ppmpm ° ° ° to pay the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, February 14, 1917. CHAP. 67.-An Act For the relief of S. L. Burgard. Fdggig }&i9l?i7· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re esentatives 0 the United lP*iv¤*°»N°· ml States of America in Congress assembled, Tgt the Secretary of the ¥;,I;;£,‘,§’,;`*",,’Q,'i‘,,,, ju Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed to pay, out of any money in Judea the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to S. L. Burgard the sum of $559.36 as com ensation or injiuies received by the said S. L. Burgard while in the employment of the United States Government at the Rock Island Arsenal, in the State of Illinois, on June thirteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight. Approved, February 14, 1917. CHAP. 68.-—An Act For the relief of Joseph A. Jennings. F¤lE[¤&Hg7§21?l7· Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofRri:{r-esentotives of the United [Pnvm,N¤.1a11. States of America in Congress assembled, at the Secretary of the {,f§'},’¤’;,;}- 8”,;,_ Treasury be, and he is herebfy, authorized and directed to pay to J¤r1¤s· ' Joseph A. Jennings the sum o $2,500, on account of the amputation of his left arm, incurred while em loyed in the carri e sho of the United States Navy Yard, at Qllashington, lgistrict oflllolumbia, and a sufficient sum for the tpayment of the same is hereby appropriated, out of any money in e Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, February 14, 1917. _ CHAP. 7 6.-An Act For the relief of Peter- Kenney. Fobriprisglisrv. Be it enacted by the Senate and House 3/' Representatives of the United [Private, xo. mz.; States q" America in Congress assemble , That in the administration §g}§'m*§,°¤r*;gg;d m_ of any laws conferring rights, privileges, or benefits u on honorably mem. discha ed soldiers, Peter Kenney, late of Compan G, Fifth Regiment llgchigan Volunteer Infantry, shall hereafter be held and considered to have been discharged honorably from the military service of the United States as a member of said company and regiment on _ the fifth day of February, eighteen hundred and sixty-Four: Pro- §{,°§'§°,;, mmm vided, That no pension shall accrue prior to the passage of this Act. Approved, February 15, 1917. CHAP. 77.-An Act For the relief of Martin V. Parmer. Fobrpsarg$gg,]1917, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United [Pfi\‘ate,N0.1&i.] States tj America in Congress assembled, That in the administration of §{§‘,;';;`·, 0,_ any laws conferring rights, privileges, or benefits upon honorably dis- memes. charged soldiers, Martin V. Parmer, late of One hundred and thirty- eighth Company, Second _Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps, shall hereafter be held and considered to have been discharged honorably 102620°—vor. 39-1rr 2--19