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1582 SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 382, 383, 399, 400. 1925. vor of the Berwind-White Coal Mining Company, or against the Berwind—White Coal Mining Company in favor of the United States as in like cases in admiralty between private parties and with the ,§gg*;**é,c_ to mw same rights of appeal: Promkted, That such notice of the suit shall my ¤¤z{em1.' be given to the Attorney General of the United States as may be plpovkded by tlg orcllg o the saidl cogrt, aéidsit shall be the duty of t e ttorne ene to cause the United States attorne in such district to Zppear and defend for the United Stateszblnrooided mgcmmenwment ¤f further, That said suit shall be brought and commenced within four ‘ months of the date of the passage of this Act. Approved, February 28, 1925. FebmaryB,1¤25.

 CHAP. 383.—Joint Resolution Granting permission to Fred F. Rogers, com-

[P"“'· B°°·· N°· 2] mander, United States Navy, to accept certain decorations bestowed upon him by the Venezuelan Government. Resobved by the Senate and House of Re esentatives of the R§°g,,°§f“13§,‘l,§{F”° F" United States of America in Congress assembled, That Fred F. m!ggr{mg<=,·;¤v* ¤¤=¤·¤·, Rogers, commander, United States Na , be authorized to accept dip oma and decoration of the Order JY the Bust of Bolivar conferred upon him by the Venezuelan Government, on the occasion of the visit of the American Ambassador Extraordinary and I’lempotent1ary Buchanan, who was sent to Venezuela m the Dolphin m 1908 to negotiate the settlement of Venezuela’s foreign loans; said decoration issued to “Ensign Fred F. Rogers, United States Navy, United States ship Dolphin." _ Approved, February 28, 1925. March 2,1 . wéz 9;/$$9:5I _ of (?b%i:l§1 Ac; For the relief of the De Kimpke Construction Company, V » - es n, ew ersey. D6 mmm com Re it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the _ ¤¤1;¤:¢yi?1¤;n<i<zz)¤pmy. United States of America an Congress assembled, That the r acre- ‘ tary of the Treasury be,_ and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the De Kimpke Construction Company, of West Hoboken, New Jersey, the sum of_$5,655.69 in full settlement of damages suffered by reason of the withdrawal by the Navy Department in November, 1918, of the award of contract to said company for the construction of an ox1dation absorption building at the naval proving ground, Indianhead, Maryland. Approved, March 2, 1925. March 2, 1925. iP£€ CHAP. 400.—~An Act For the relief of Augusta Reiter. . Be it enacted by the Senate and House o Re esentatives 0 the s0i$5$%RzZiti;} pee U nited States of America in 0'ongress assgmblgdi, That the S);C1`6· ‘“’ “· tary of the Treasury be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to Augusta Reiter, who was seriously injured by being rim over in the city of San Francisco, California, on the 6th day of December, 1913, by a postal automobile truck while in charge of M1 employee of the United States Post Office Department in the discharge of his duties, the sum of $3,288.7 5 in full compensation and satis action for said injuries. Approved, March 2, 1925