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1570 SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 248-250. 1925, Railroad Company or said McAllister Lighterage Line (Incorporated), in favor of the United States upon the same principles and measures of liability as in like cases in admiralty between rlpri- §{,'g‘c·:"·°,c ,0 M_ vate parties and with the same rights of appeal: Prooided, hat ¤>r¤¤v <¥¤¤¤¤ii· such notice of proceedingywith the said suits shall b6·glVBI1 to the Attorney General of the nited States as ma? be provided bg order of the said court, and it shall be the duty o the Attorney eneral to cause the United States attorney in such district to appear and ,,,§°“““"“°°'“°'“ °' defend for the United States: Provided further, That such_ notice i of proceeding with the said suits shall be given, and proceedings in said suits diall be commenced within four months of the date 0 the passage of this Act. Approved, February 16, 1925. February 16,1925.

 CHAP. 249.—·An Act For the relief of the Canada Steamship Lines (Limited).

_ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the

 S‘°°“‘“h"’ United States of America in Congress assembied, That the claim

wmgnbryg fg of the Canada Steamship Lines (Limited), owner of the British

uams1,ip··Rmsany·, steamship Rosedale, against the United States of America, for dam-

‘“‘“““°‘°°“'° ages arising from the alleged loss of said vessel and her cargo, claimed to have been caused by collision on April 18, 1919, in Bristol Channel, England, between said vessel and the American steamship Luella, then m the transport service of the United States War De- ` partment, may be sued for gy) the said Canada Steamship Lines J _ Ol mm éLlH11t£d) in the District urt of the United States for the ' outhern District of New York, sitting as a court of admiralty, and acting under the rules governing such court, and said court shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine such suit and to enter judgment or decree for the amount of such damages, and costs, if any, as_ shall be found to be due against the United Staten in favor of the said Canada_Steamship Lines (Limited), or against said Canada Steamship Lines (Limited) in favor of the United States, upon the same principles an_d measures of liability as in like cases in ad- _ mlragy between private parties and with the same rights of appeal: §[,'{‘{{,',f’·_,,,_ ,0 M_ Prov ed, That such notice of the suit shall be given to the Attorwrrwr General. ney General of the United States as may be provided by order of the said court, and it shall be the duty of the Attorney General to cause the United_States attomey in such district to appear and Commmmm of defend for the United States: Provided further, That said suit mn. shall be brought and commenced within four months of the date of the passage of this Act. Approved, February 16, 1925. February 16, 1925.

 CHAP. 250.-An Act For the relief of Edgar William Miller.

Ed WH _ Bje it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Mm,,¥°' "““‘ United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Preslliemgsnga gygggtg dent of the United States, in his discretion, be, and he is hereby, Memes cams, Amy. authorized to appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, Edgar Villiam Miller, now a major in the Medical Corps, Regular Army, a lieutenant colonel of the Medical Corps, Regulilf Promo Army, to take rank at the foot of the list of lieutenant colonels No mi; p,.y,m_ Medical Corps: Provided, That no back pay or allowances shall accrue as a result of the passage of this Act. Approved, February 16, 1925.