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SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 227-229, 245. 1924. 1369 CHAP. 227.-An Act Authorizin the Secret of the Interior to ant a M¤Y3rm*- patent to certain lands to Johann Jagob Lutsch. my gr Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary ij’,i”,,“,§",§;,Tg‘,§’,‘§{",];_“°‘°1" of the Interior is authorized and directed to grant to Johann Jacob Lutsch, of Saint Anthony, Idaho, a- patent to the west half of section 15, township 11 north, range 41 east, Boise meridian, Idaho, such land having been entered by Johann Jacob Lutsch under homestead entry numbered 033715, Blackfoot series. Approved, May 31, 1924. cnn. 22s.—A¤ Aa rm- the mus: of Luke Reagan. [Pi§£’£}§¥€; 'vate, 0. .1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Amerika in Congress assembled, That the Secretary ]§}{,’1‘,§({‘§,E{§§“,;,d1,,t_ of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place 0***** Gumthe name of Luke Ratigan on the retired list of the Coast Guard as an oiler first class, retired, at the rate of pay he would be entitled to receive had he held the rating of oiler, first class, when retired. Approved, May 31, 1924. CHAP. 229.-An Act For the relief of Amy L. Fallon, mother of Lieutenant Henry N. Fallon, retired. ‘ • Be it enacted b the Senate and House 0 Re esentatifves o the United States of glimerica in 6'ongress assgmblelz That the Siecre- éb•]:¤¥vi=g;§i>'i¤'l¤r¤¤- tary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay to Amy p°°°°°' L. Fallon, mother of Lieutenant Henry N. Fallon, United States Navy, retired, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise ‘ appropriated, the sum of $1,500 in full satisfaction of all claims for expenses incurred by her or imder her direction in the locatin and carin for Lieutenant Henry N. Fallon after his escape from gSaint Elizaieths Hospital, District of Columbia. Approved, May 31, 1924. June 1 . CHAP. 245.-An Act For the relief of the owners of the steamship Lexington. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re esentatives of the uhm ,, t United States of America in Congress assemb£d, That the claim smp. mm °°°m` of Colonial Navigation Company, owner of the American steam— ,,,2‘§§§”,,§\§g;‘,‘§,f{’,'§§,€ ship Lexington, aiainst the United States for damages alle d to ¤8·='··*¤ d*$¤’*°*¤°¤**· have been caused y collision between said vessel and the Uenited States submarine O—·7 on the 6th day of October, 1919 in the East River, New York, near Horns Hook, may be sued for by the owner Imsdmm Mmm of the said American steamshi Lexington in the United States ` District Court for the Eastern District of New York, sitting as a court of admiralty, and acting under the rules governing such court, and said co1u·t shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine such suit and to enter judgment or decree for the amount of such damages, including interest, and costs, if any, as shall be found to be due against the United States in favor of the owner of the said American steamship Lexington, or against the owner of the said American steamship Lexington in favor of the United States, upon the same principles and measures of liability as in like cases in admiralty between private parties, and with the same rights of