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SIXTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sass. H. Cus. 429-·431. 1927. 1827 and directed to settle the claim of William H. Lindsay in the sum of $2,811.25, for services rendered by him as a mechanic and electrician at Glacier National Park, Montana, during the fiscal years 1925 1926, and 1927, out of the apgopriation for said park for the fiscal year 1927, notwithstanding e provisions of section 1765 of n.s.,»e.11ss,p.s1a the Revised Statutes, and of section 6 of the Act of May 10, 1916 V°‘·3°·"·"°· (Thirty-ninth Statutes at Large, page 120). Approved, March 3, 1927. CHAP. 480.-An Act For the relief of certain ofiicers of the Army of the United States. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the ,, United States of America in Omtgress assembled, That the Comp- ¤§¤ii¤zi¤¤Hm¤t%mmmy troller General of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorized maiaygliny omegsigi and directed to allow credit in the accounts of the following named %°‘,§,°$_"“d°“"' disbursing oilicers in the amounts stated, representing overpayments to citizens’ military training camp students on account of travel pay to and from camp, and which, amonmts now stand as disallowances on the books of the General Accountin“ Office: Captain B. B. Barbee, $155.40; Captain C. J. Dick, $229.45; gaptain P. A. Hodayipg $148.55; Captain Otto J. Laggtry $125.80; Captain W. ·N. Sky , $38.10; Captain James H. T d, $20.90; Captain George N. Watson, $49.60; Mafor F. J. Baker, $57.50; Major . M. Exley, $23.60; and Captain Me vin Jones, $96.40; in all, $945.30. Approved, March 3, 1927. CHAP. 431.-An Act To relinquish to its equitable owners the title of the §?'g?$;Tj United States to the land in the claims of A. Moro and of Anthony Campbell in Jackson County, Mississippi. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re esentatives of the United States of America in Oongress assembZed?That all the right •¤'ixia°i(;i.tbmf:°mpb°u title, and interest of the United States in and to the land l¤1own and ¤,-K',3 'J,°'§‘$‘,.§°.i;.,°°'§i d ' ated as fractional section 4, township 8 south, rarige 6 west, °,g;',}°g‘;}g,_ ““°° “° of the Saint Steplhens meridian, in Jackson Conmty, 'ssissippi, containin one imdred and seventy-four and orty-six one- hundredtgs acres, and fractional section 1, townshi 8 south range 7 west, of the Saint Stephens meridian, in Jgckson County, Mississigpi, containing two undred and thirty-four and sixty-{ive one-hun redths acres, as shown on a plat of survey made by Thomas Bilbo, deputy surveyor, July 5, 18 4, and approved by William Brown, principal deput surveyor of public lands, and se e ated thereon as the claim og Anthoriy Camgbell; and that afro? the right, title, and interest of the nited tates in and to fractional section 10, township 8 south, range 6 west, of the Saint Stephens meridian, in Jackson County, Mississippi, and fractional section 11, township 8 south, range 7 west, of the Saint Stephens meridian, in Jackson County, Mississippi, containin fifty and fifteen one- hundredths acres, as shown on a plat ofgsurve made by Thomas Bilbo, deputy surveyor, July 4, 1824, ap roved by William Brown, principal deputy surveyor ogipublic langs, and segregated thereon as the claim of Augustin oro, be, and the same are hereby, released, relinquished, and confirmed by the United States to the equitable owners of the equitable titles thereto, and to their respective heirs and assigns forever, as fully and completely in every respect whatever, as could be done by patents issued according to law: