2020 . . Republic!' U Caroeronia." SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. SEas. I . Cus. 958-960 . 1928. ber 26, 1925, for the heroic rondnct shown and noble service rendered in the rescue of the officers and crew of the Norwegian steamship Elven; to the officers and crew of the United States steamship Republic as constituted on October 10, 1925, for the heroic conduct and noble service rendered in the rescue of the officers and crew of the United States patrol boat Numbered 134; and to the officers and crew of the British steamship Cameronia as constituted on October 11, 1925, for the heroic conduct and noble service rendered in the rescue of the crew of the United States Coast Guard patrol boat Numbered 128. Approved, May ?9, 1928. May 211, 1928. [8.1645.] CHAP. 969. -An Act For reimbursement of W. H . Talbert. [PrIvate, No. 26.5 .] Be it enacted by tM Senate and H OU8e 01 Representative8 of tM ~~bJ;:!~~Dt to, United State8 01 Am-erica in 0O'Tfg1'e88 a88emhled,. That the J3ecre- for automobile dam· tary of the Treasury be, and he IS hereby, authorIzed and dIrected fIitlS· to pay W. H . Talbert, out of any money In the Treasury not other- wise appropriatedz as reimbursement, the sum of $135 for money expended for repaIr of automobile wrecked in service of the Indian Department in transporting Indian children from one school to another. Approved, May 29, 1928. May 211, 1928. [8.1981.] CHAP. 960. - An Act For the relief of the owner of Dry Dock Numbered 6. [Private, No. :MIll.) Be it tnUJ;(JUJd by tlve S6'Mte and H 0UBe 01 Repre8e'ntative8 0/ tM bu'lTarmstroBot (talk)c~:n BhI~ United States of A11UJ'rica in Olmgr688 al/8em1Jled, That the claIm of May bring suft' for Staten Island Shipbuilding Company, owner of Dry Dock Numbered TarmstroBot (talk)kTarmstroBot (talk)red~ 6, against the Uruted States of America for damages alleged to have In Istrlctcourt. been caused by a collision on January 6, 1923, between Dry Dock Numbered 6 and the steamship Cody, in Kill von Kull, New York Harbor, while the said steamship was owned by the United States of America and was being operated in the service of the United States ShippinE Board, may be sued for by the said Staten Island Shipbuilding Com~any in the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York,. sitting as a court of admi- ralty, and acting under the rules governing such court; and said Jurisdiction of court. court shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine said suit and to enter a judgment or decree for the amount of such damages and costs, if any as shall be found to be due against the United States in favor of Staten Island Shipbuilding Company, or against Staten Island Shipbuilding Company in favor of the United States, upon the same principles and measures of liability and with the same rights of appeal as in cases involving collision within the admiralty jurisdiction between movable floating structures designed for naVI- ~·eto. to At- gation: P1'O'IJ'i.d8d, That such: notice of the suit shall b~ given to the tome), 0eDei81. Attorney General of the Uruted States as may be prOVIded by order of the said court; and it shall be the duty of the Attorney General Commencement of to cause the United States attorney in such district to appear and IIIl1t. defend for the United States: P1'O'IJ'ided further, That said suit shall be brought and commenced within four months from the date of the passage of this Act. Approved, May 29, 1928.
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