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1372 SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. SEss.I. GHB. 268, 269, 279-281. 1924. to Robert J. Kirk, of Florence, South Carolina, the sum of ${332.50 for service as United States commissioner for the Eastern District g Soiggi 1(ga1i<;)1i§a for the period beginning July 1, 1919, to ovem r . Approved, ilune 5. 1924. miidiiiiiiliki I CHAP. 269.-An Act For the relief of F. A. Maron. [Private,No.43. F A Mm Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Péyziipug w,`n¤ per United States of America in Congress assembled, That_ the Secretary °°““"“’““”‘ of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to F. A. Maron the sum of $1,500 for personal injuriessustained when he was struck and seriously injured by an automobile truck of the United States Postal Service in the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota, on December 21 1920. Approved, Juiie 5, 1924 {I¥!§€’3?g] CHAP. 279.——An Act For the relief of Bernice Hutcheson. [Pmm’N°`“`] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the §§y"j,,‘?j§,‘f,f°}},§“°p‘;;_ UngedTStates of in ?'1on%’ress assembled, Tha; the Secretary =¤¤¤1i¤i¤r¤¤¤- of e reasury an e is ere y authorized and `reeted to ay out of any money, in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated? td Bernice Hutcheson, the sum of $2,587.50 in full settlement of all damages agamst the Government for expenses incurred and permanent injury, the results of in]uries sustained through bein struck by a truck, the dproperty of the War Department andg driven recklessly by a sol 1er of the United States Army, Approved, June 6, 1924. lpgigliiégil CHAP. 280.——An Act For the relief of Gordon G. MacDonald, Naw Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the D‘<;:>;I<31¤¤;’l uga cgigg United States of America in Congress assembled, That Gordon G. en-sans:. %IacDonag`l, who, whilg serwgni as a lieuteifant, United States Naval eserve orce was oun y a nava retiring board to be permanently inbapacitated for active service by reason of physical disability incurred in the line of duty as a result of an incident of the service, in time of war, shall be eligible for retirement; and Rm my etc the President is hereby authorized to place him upon the retired list ' ` with the rank and three-quarters of the pay of the ade held by him at the time such physical disability was incurreir Approved, Jnme 6, 1924. 1 , 924.

 d CHAE. 281.-—-An Act For the relief of the estate of Ely N. Sonnenstrahl,

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 ml r Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re resentatives of the
 qnited Sgzteg of Amergcia in Congress assemblzeid, That the claim

'°‘° _ o [ina . onnenstra as executrix of the estate of Ely N. mm Sonnenstrahl, deceased, late of Brooklyn, New York, for such further sum as the said estate may be entitled to recover as added to the amount the said Ely N. Sonnenstrahl has already received