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SIXTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Cns. 126, 127, 129. 1921. 1569 in favor of said Rolph Navigation and Coal Com any, or against the Rolph Navigation_and Coal Company in favor oi) the United States, upon the same principles and according to the measure of liability prevailing in like cases in admiralty, between private parties, and

 the same rights of appeal: Provided, That such notice of said rmsm.

action shall be given upon or after the commencement of said action Mm? ‘° ‘*“°""°’ to the Attorngy General of the United States, as may be provided by order of sa1 court, and it shall be the duty of the AttorneyGeneral, upon receipt of such notice, to cause the nited States attorney in such district to a pear for and defend the United States in such action: Provided jgrther, That said suit shall be brought and com- cmmsuwmnt. menced within four months of the date of the assage of this Act. Sec. 3. That said Rolph Navigation and Coal Company may unite the several causes of action arising out of the aforesaid collisions in the same complaint or libel. Approved, November 17, 1921. cnn. isv.-at Act Authorizing the mm or as eteamship rem to iing N°'°{§P;{éZ5‘”‘· suit against the United States of America. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives gfthe Unded mr ,, States of America in Congress assembled, That the claim o the owners ow%i¤:, of the steamer Texas arising out of a collision between said steamer and the United States steamer Frederick der Grosse, off Tom`pkinsville, Staten Island, in the harbor of New York, on the 3d ary of BS:§tember, 1917, for and on account of the losses alleged to have een ered in said collision by the owners of said steamer Texas by reason of damges to and detention of said steamer mag be submitted to the United tates District Court for the Southern istrict of New York, under and in compliance with the rules of said court sitting as Jmmmm ,,,,,,,,,,.L a court of admiralty; and that the said court shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine the whole controversy and to enter judgment or decree for the amount of the legal damages sustained by reason of said collision, if any shall be found to be due either for or against the United States, upon the same dprinciple and measure of liability, with costs, as in li e cases in a miralty between private ,.,,,,,,,°,_ parties, with the same rights of appeal: Provided, That such notice N¤¤¤¤ ¢<> Attorney of the suit shall be given to the Attomey General of the United States as may be provided by order of the said coiu·t, and it shall be the duty of the Attorney General to cause the United States attorney in such district to appear and defend for the United States: Provided c,,mm,,,,,,m,,,,_ further, That said suit shall be bro ht and commenced within four months of the date of the passage dig this Act. Approved, November 17, 1921. CHAP. 129.-An Act Granting a deed of uitclaim and release to J. L. Holmes N [S. 515}-gl, lmi _ of certain land in the town of Whitefield, Oklahoma. [Priv¤¤¤. Nv- 10»l Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re esentativea of the United ' States of America in Congress assembled, Thdt the Secretary of the {j,{‘{£i’§§‘§‘ .,,,,,.1 Interior is hereltiiy authorized and directed to execute, acknowledge, mum *°- and deliver, in e name of the United States of America, a deed of quitclaim and release to J. L. Holmes, of Whitefield, Oklahoma, his heirs and assigns, of all the right, title, and interest in and to lots two and three, block fourteen, m townsite of Whitefield, Oklahoma, which was granted to the United States of America by a deed from the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations to the United States of America dated the 21st day of September, anno Domini 1904, and approved