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1264 SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 524-526. 1925. Sec. 6. Paragraph 9 of section 21 of the Federal Farm Loan Act as amended be further amended to read as follows: $g{¤S°l,g¤°°db°*;},*;é “Each Federal land bank on whose behalf consolidated bonds ¤.me¤Z1ed.f shall be issued under this provision shall in all respects be bound b8I,§§s?,§}°€$l§,g§§y;sSue§f by the Act of the Farm Loan Commissioner and the Secretary of the Federal Farm Loan Board." ‘ bg,§k*§'m°d*’“° °'°d“ Sec. 7. That paragraph 1 of section 202 of the Agricultural Vol-. 42. p. 1465. Credits Act of 1923, approved March 4, 1923, be amended by inserting °mG°§i°gg'sms cmu- after the word “State " in line 5 of said paragraph the words " or

  • ”°i°¤S “‘°1“"°"· of the Government of the United States," so that the paragraph as

. amended will read: vriliglilegbtlrglflwlililrikgl “(1g To discount for, or purchase from, any national bank, and/or °€,$[§§?g{g§,3§er¥i>¥.§Z°li any tate bank, trust company, agricultural credit corporation, ggltggflwgfs {,‘§,,s§§’c; incorporated livestock loan company, savings institution, cooperative ¤¤rx>¤¤¤¤- bank, cooperat1ve credit or marketing association of agricultural producers, organized under the laws of any State or of the Government of the United States, and/or any other Federal intermediate credit bank, with its indorsement, any note, draft, bill of exchange, debenture, or other such obligation the proceeds of which have been advanced or used in the first instance for any agricultural purpose or for the raising breeding, fattening, or marketing of livestock." mw, ¤¤*S*°¤* laws ’°‘ Sec. 8. All Acts, or parts of Acts, inconsistent with this Act are hereby repealed. Approved, March 4, 1925. March4,1925. _ _ _ __ _ [S· 3818-] CHAP. 525.-An Act Authorizing the construction of additional facilities at [P¤bli¢‘» N0- 690-l Walter Reed General Hospital, in the District of Columbia. W te R d A Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the H0_,§§,,{ D%_ my United States of America in Oorlgress assembled, That in order to ,0;§,*;*S{g*;,8g*gj,{*;{f,’§;‘_ continue the construction of additional facilities at Walter Reed ments. General Hospital, in the District of Columbia, there is hereby authorized to be appropriated a sum of not exceeding $2,000,000, to be expended by the Secretary of War, for the construction of the following improvements and buildings, including roads leading thereto, necessary furniture, ecpsipment and accessories: (a) Completing two wings to the main ospital building, containing wards; (b) a rear addition to the main hospital building, containing dining rooms, kitchens, wards, and a library; (c) a laboratory and morgue building, and tuberculosis, observation, infectious disease and semiisolation wards. Approved, March 4, 1925. _ Malgldé1ii§5` CHAP. 526.-An Act To extend for an additional period of one year the [Public, Nc. 601.] effective period of the Act entitled "An Act to amend section 51 of chapter 4 of the Judicial Code," approved September 19, 1922, and an Act entitled "An Act to amend section 876 of the Revised Statutes," approved September 19, 1922. _ _ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the §§,"?§§‘,§;€§§§;Ov,m_ United States of America in Congress assembled, That the last mw, ,2 D 849 mm proviso of section 51 of the Judicial Code, as amended by the Act ded.· " entitled "An Act to amend section 51 of chapter 4 of the Judicial Emu I _ Co<le,”_ approved September_19, 1922, is amended to read as follows: em,c,,,,,‘§},‘],€’,§§'}Q,‘,°,‘§ ‘·Provzded further, That this Act shall be effective for a period of FWS- four years after September 19, 1922, after which said section 51, chapter 4, as it exists in the present law shall be and remain in full force and eifect."