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SIXTY·NINTH CONGRESS. Snss. II. Cris. 472-475. 1927. 1841 CHAP. 472.-An Act For the relief of the McHan Undertaking Company. %{¤=I2 ¥’;§g?{· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives cf the [Pm°°°’N°'5M'1 ‘ United States of Anzerzba in Ocngress assembled, That the Comp- mMg§l;¤ nU¤d¢¤¤¤k- troller General IS hereby authorized to a rove the claim for $100 gllaim pggyisr mv. of the McHan Undertaking Company, Iilbcatello, Idaho, for the ’°°“ °""'°"°d· burial of Daniel B. Brewster, who served in the Spanish-American War, Company A, Eighteenth Regiment United States Infantry, who was honorably discharged from the service on A ril 29, 1904, and who died in the county hospital at Pocatello, Idagio, on April 20, 1924, while on leave of absence from the United States Veterans} Hospital at Walla Walla, Washington, the interment of said soldier having been authorized by the su erintendent of the United States Veterans’ Hospital at Walla Walla, Washington, with instructions to send the undertaking bill to L. C. Jesseph, Veterans’ Bureau, Seattle, Washington. APP1‘0ved, March 3, 1927. CHAP. 473.-An Act To credit the accounts of James Hawkins, special dis- ll1°ic11i.3i2is9ii` bursing agent, Department of Labor. [Private No- 515-1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the _ United States of Amerika in Uongressrassembled, That the Comp- i:°#:§°EHii':ivIi•ii in troller General of the United States is authorized and directed to ¤°°°¤¤*·* °'· reopen the accounts of James Hawkins, special disbursing agent, Department of Labor, involving expenditures made in good aith upon Government business and without fault or negligence on his art, and remove the disallowance of $2,182.71 made in such accounts by the Auditor for the State and Other Departments, and the lproper accounting oiiicers shall thereupon credit his accounts wit _such sum. Approved, March 3, 1927. . March 3, 1927. CHAP. 474.-An Act For the relief of Sherman P. Browning. [Private, No. 518.] Be it enacted by the Senate and H case of Representatives of the United States of America in Ocngress assembled, That the Secretary S¤¤¤¤¤¤ P- B¤>w¤- of the Treasury be, and he is hereby-i authorized and directed to pay mlieimbursement _m, to Sherman P. Browning, of Mu enberg County, Kentucky, the "“' *"““““ sum of $500, out of an money in the Treasury not otherwise appro- priated, on account ofy the theft of one hundred United Statw war savings certificate stamps issued July 25, 1918, b the postmaster at Rochester, Butler County, Kentucky, to the said Sherman P. Brown- ing, which stamps were in unregistered form due to the lack of registration facilities at the said post oilice at the time of urchase and on various other occasions when the owner attempted to have the stamps registered. Approved, March 3, 1927. CHAP. 475.-An Act For the relief of Lieutenant Commander Garnet _j&§1g.33;5%?l. Hulings, United States Navy. [Private, Nc. 517.] Be it enacted by the Senate and Houee of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Comp- Ggggggmggmmgggsf troller General of the United States is hereby authorized and directed cmu; augiééd iii to credit the account of Lieutenant Commander Garnet Hulings, “°°°‘”‘°“ °" United States Navy, in the amount of $7 63.41, which sum was paid 43892 °—27—Pr 3125