2366 SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. SESS. II. Cu.651. 1929. funds consisting of $17.71 in cash and one gold watch valued at $35, which was stolen from the office of the post prison officer, Fort Bliss, Texas. Lieutenant Colonel Lieutenant Colonel Mason M. Patrick, Corps of Engineers, the Mason M. Patrick. f sum of $6.80, being the amount paid by him from private funds or the insertion in certain newspapers of an advertisement in October, 1912, inviting public bids for the privilege of importing into the United States power generated in Canada from waters of the Niagara. River. M..j0r 1.H• MaJ' or J. H . Reynolds, J' unior, retired, the sum of $587.50, being Reynolds, jr. f the amount found due by a board of officers on account 0 damages sustained to his automobile in collision with an Army truck. Lieutenant lohn A. First Lieutenant John A. Schoonover, Medical Officers Reserve Schoonover. h'hh' .Id Corps, the sum of $121.66, being the amount to w IC e IS entIt e for mileage and reimbursement for expense of shipment of house- hold effects from his home to station upon being ordered to active duty. stleutenantTurnerR. First Lieutenant Turner R. Sharp, Quartermaster Corps, the sum arp. of $187.40, being public funds for which he was responsible as agent officer, $115.90 of which was stolen on or about November 3,1920, and $71.50 on or about December 3, 1920, the entire amount ($187.40) having been refunded by hIm to make good the loss of these public funds. Major Willis Ship- Major Willis Shippam, Coast Artillery Corps, the sum of $1632 pam. being the amount found due by a board of officers on account ot damages sustained to his personal property while in storage in his quarters at Fort Monroe, Virginia. Frederick D. Smith. Frederick D. Smith, the sum of $56.03, being the amount of freight charges paid by him for shipment of his household goods incident to his transfer as a clerk from Chicago, Illinois, to Louisville, Kentucky. Captain Roy c. Captain Roy C. Smith, United States Navy, retired, the sum of Smith. $24.45, bein~ amount refunded by him from his personal funds to cover a disallowance in his official accounts. Lieutenant Colonel Lieutenant Colonel George O. Squirer, Signal Corps, the sum George O. Squirer. of $41.46, being the amount of money expended by him as military attache to the American Embassy at London from an allotment of the appropriation "Contingencies, military information section, General Staff corps," 1913 and 1914, and which amount was deposited by him in the Treasury of the United Stutes from private funds. g':;tin~l?~f;~ sx: Acting Dental Su~geon ~illiam A. Squires, the sum of $29~.79, Squires. bemg the amount paId by hIm for rental of quarters, heat, and lIght during the fiscal years 1914 and 1915 while an acting dental surgeon in the service of the United States. Pi~.:i~t Francis Res- Saint Francis Hospital, Newport News, Virginia, the sum of $47.90, and to Doctor S. W. Hobson, Newport News, Virginia, the sum of $56, being for hospital care and medical services rendered George Vay, seaman, injured on February 12, 1913, while in line of duty; in all, the sum of $103.90. w~t!~'::: George N. Major George N. Watson, Finance Department, the sum of $398.54, covermg loss sustained by him through the cashing of three forged final statements, and whICh amount has been refunded by him and Dick Weaver. covered into the Treasury of the United States. Dick Weaver, formerly corporal, Battery A, Eighty-second Regi- ment Field Artillery, the sum of $5, representing the amount of personal funds stolen from the office of the post prison officer, Fort Bliss, Texas.
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