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SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. SESS. II. Cus. 88-90,93. 1929. OHAP. S8. -An Act For the relief of Clarence P. Smith. 2039 lADUAl'7 111, lal. [a. R . 1a4Q8.) . S 1anuary 19, 19211. OHAP. 89.- An Act For the relief of Edna. E . nably. [a. R .8859.) [Private, No. 322.) Be it enacted by the Senate mul H01J.8e of Rep1'e8entati'IJe8 of the U7lited States of America in Oongres8 as8emJJkd~ That the Post- ~~ditE. ~~:~ in master General is authorized and directed to credIt the account of postal accounts. Edna E. Snably, postmaster at HollsopI,lle, Pennsylvania, in the sum of $1,000, being an amount charged In the pos~al account due to the cashing of war savings stamps in year 1924, which were found by the Treasu:l Department to be counterfeit and charged back to the postmaster s account; for which amount the postmaster was in no way responsible, the loss having occurred without fault or negli- gence on her part. Approved, January 19, 1929. OHAP. 90. --An Act For the relief of Walter D. Lovell. lanuary 19, 1929. [a. R.5944.J [Private, No. 323j. Be it enacted by the Senate am,d H0tIII6 of Re~e8efttati'IJes of the United State8 of America in Oongre88 asBembled, That the Secretary TarmstroBot (talk)'l;'>'fell. of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay ua services, im;~J: to Walter D. Lovell, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, out of any money etc. in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of $3,548.17, in full settlement for extra work, for which the Government has received the benefit and f.or which no payment has been made, and for losses suffered by reason of action of governmental agencies. by reason of increased cost of labor and materials, and other causes brought about by the late war with Germany, incurred by Walter D. Lovell, under contract for construction work at Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois, dated Ja.nuary 19, 1917, with the Chief of Ord- nance 1 War Department, prior to the entrance of the United States into the late war with Germany, and thereafter completed. Approv~d, Ja.nuary 19, 1929. 1ADUAl'7 21 , 19211. OHAP. 9S . - An Act To provide for the acquisition by Meyer Shield Post -..~[a;=:'-i"R"",,I~055O~.).,..... Numbered 92, American Legion, Alva, Oklahoma, of lot 19, block 41, the original [PrIvate, No. 3U .) town site of Alva, Oklahoma. Whereas lot 19, biock 41, of Alva, Oklahoma, patented to Company ~~fla. I, First Re2iment Oklahoma N&tional Guard, pursuant to the Vol. 87 , ei>. 1M, r&o provisions 01 the Act of June 18, 1912 (Thirty-seventh Statutes, pealed. page 136), is not being used for the purpose for which granted: Therefore Be it enacted by the Senate and H O'U8e of Representatives of the United State8 of America in Oongres8 a8semJJled, That lot 19, block s1~etalon of at'1DOr7 41, of the original town site of AlvahOklahoma, be, and it is hereby, forfeited to the United States, and t e United States hereby resumes the title thereto.