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1586 SIXTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sm II. Ons. 159-161. 1922. »?é>ri1R28,x§1•g- CHAP. 159.-An Act For the relief of the heirs of Oscar Chrysler. (§mm°’ N1`;_53‘i Be it enacted by the Senate and House ¢y"Representat·i·ves of the United msqyilgaililse uéusoa. States of America in Congress assembled, at the Secretary of the 'l‘reasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, out of any money the Treasury not otherwise appro riated, the sum of $2,400 to Birdseye Knox Chrysler, Laura_A. Chrysler, Harriet L. Chrysler, and Frederick Knox ler, widow and mmor children of and heirs at law of Oscar C er, late surgeon in charge at the National Soldiers’ Home at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who was killed while in discharge of his official duty on October 29, 1913, without fault or negligence on his part. Approved, April 28, 1922. .
1331% (mia!. 160.-An Act For the relief of H. C. Mullins, biswife, and miner children.
Be·it enactedby theSenateandHo·useo;1l1•Egrese1ztat1Zves¢#tlte United §;y°§,§‘}m,§f‘·,,,, ,,,_ States of America in Congress asse , at the Secretary of the r¤ri¤¤, ere. Treasury be,_and he is hereby, authorized_and to pay, out of any mon•.}y in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to H. C. Mullins, o Fort _Worth, Texasixthe sum of $4,522.50, in full compensation for injimes sustained y the said H. C. Mullins, his wife, Ovilla Nelson Mullins, his minor child, Ina Flora Mullins, and for the death bly reason of said injuries sustained by his minor child, Leona Pear Mullins, due to an aeroplane, owned by the United States Government, while engaged in practice flying in Tarrant County, Texas, on the 20th day of Jime, anno Dommi 1918. Approved, April 28, 1922. ·*l}'§l$;,§§”* CHAP. 161.-An Act For the zeliet ct the Fidelity and Deposit Company of
Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House qf@i_a£resentat·£·ves of the United C,}Q`,§‘*§},‘Yg}“,‘},1,?,°,§’,‘§,°,§f States of America in Congress assembled, at the Secret of the p y . . . . . my _er1}§:°Tg¤$ggn;;b%;•;g Treasury be, and he IS hereby, authorized and directed to redeem, Best:. after the 15th_ day of December, 1921, 4% rcentum United States 4»a,p.rsc:.. Treasury certificates of indebtedness numbzred thirteen thousand three hundred and eighty-seven and thirteen thousand three hundred agd eighigéeight, of the denominasion of $10,01gO eactli, series TD— 1 20 a anuary 2, 920 an matur1ng` er 15, 1920 with, interest from June_ 15, 1920, to December 1;clI9120, in favor of the Fidelity Deposit Company of Maryland, without presenta- _ tion of the certificates, the said certificates of mdebtedness having é0P·;$gg;n been stolen, lost, or destroyed: Prmnkled, That the said certificates mdmltébm of l.I1d8gl3 GS; Jsuhrghll nolthhavle beer`; preylously (presented for pay- ' ment: r e er, at thesai id `t D `tC of Maryland shall first file in the Treasmy De§>:..rllamedlz)bl1theOlIl1lii?tIdd States a bond in the penal sum of double the amount of the principal and interest of the said certificates of indebtedness of the United States of America, in such form and with such sureties as may be acceptable to the Secretary of the Treasury, to indemnif and save harmless the United States from an loss on account ofy the stolen, lost, or destroyed certificates of indellrtedness hereinbefore described. Approved, April 28, 1922.