Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 44 Part 3.djvu/53

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SIXTY-NINTH CONGKESS.» S1ise..I. Ons. 432,4%,437, 438. 1926. 1485 ~ UHIP. Act For the relief ot Gagnon and Company, Incorporated. Be it enacted the Senate and House of Re entattves of the ¤&“;;’m‘°°i

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'1‘re•s¤rynot°otberwise¤ppropriated;thesnunof$i,(e;>2toGagnon " " and Company, Incorporated, in fullacompensation the erection of s school bmleing at Crow Agency, Montana, in 191546. Approved, May 29, 1926. ' ‘ ii cnn. see.-an Act rcs the relief or Jenn nwum. _ “g?;,;{‘“°] · Private, No. 84. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the [ I United States of America in Oongress assembled, That the Secretary {,é:¤y¤£ax°¤¤¤¤- of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized to pay out of may ` moneys in the Trea.sury3not otherwise appropriated to John . Wilson the of $12,1 in full settlement for suffered by

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pay him rent in accordance with the imderstanding between him and the Government. e Approved, May 29, 1926. ` OHL?. 437.-An Act For the relief of Kate `T. Ruey. "'”°m Be it enacted by the Senateand House of Representatives of the · mm NM5`] United States of Amedea in Oongress assembled, That the Secretary to of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay to Kate T. Riley, forman public funds: out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and in full settlement against theiGovemment the sum of $481, which said sum rgmeaents the amount paid to the United States by the said Kate . Biley to cover the oss of public funds stolen from the money-order division of the post odice at Mobile, Alabama, on January 12, 1924. Approved, June 1, 1926. HAP. 43 .—An AetA orizingan du·eetm' ' t Tree.sE Tumi im- togmmediatelg reoonvey toutélharlee Mucilray, se¤i%r?:.EdcS‘atr‘inIhy;4).l.tl�ifurmy, wife, of De Funiak gprings, Florida, the title to lots 820, 821, and 822, in the v°°°' °' ‘ town of De Funiak kglrings, Florida, according to the map of Lake De Funiak drawnby W. J. Van k.· ‘ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Amerzba in 6'engress assembled, That the Secretary exam mcmmcc- of the‘JTreasury be, and he is hercgaiy, authorized and directed to ’°';,;},‘},,‘§‘°· ,0, 0, immediately reoonvey to Charles urray, senior, ands Sarah A. gljmg m?mF¤¤i¤k Murray his wife, the title to lots 820, 821, and 822, in the town ` of De Springs, Florid according to the map of Lake De Funiak drawn byuW, J. Vadlrirk, the. same being those certain lots, the title to w 'ch was conveyed to the Umted .`States of America by the said Charles Murray, senior and Sarah A. Murray, his wife, y deed executed on the 28th day of December, anno Domini 1916, on which to construct a Government building in the city of De Funiak Springs, Florida, and on which a Government building has not been constructed. Approved, June 1, 1926.