Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 68 Part 2.djvu/93
[68 Stat. 63] [68 Stat. 63]
PRIVATE LAW 000—MMMM. DD, 1954
68 S T A T. ]
PRIVATE LAW 391-JUNE 3, 1954
$11.76; The Toledo Blade Company, Toledo, Ohio, $50.40; The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, $47.88; The Tribune Company, Chicago, Illinois, $138.60; Tribune-Star Publishing Company, Incorporated, Terre Haute, Indiana, $15.12; The New York Sun, Incorporated, New York, $99.63; The LaPorte Printing Company, LaPorte, Indiana, $24.32; The Chicago Daily News, Incorporated, Chicago, Illinois, $69.30; The News-Journal Company, Wilmington, Delaware, $16.80; The Philadelphia Record Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, $63; Indianapolis News Publishing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana, $52.48; The New York Times Company, New York, $138.60; Richwood Publishing Company, Richwood, West Virginia, $8; Elkins Inter-Mountain Company, Incorporated, Elkins, West Virginia, $8.82; West Virginia Newspaper Publishing Company, Morgantown, West Virginia, $16.80; The Athenaeum, Morgantown, West Virginia, $6.60; Clarksburg Publishing Company, Clarksburg, West Virginia, $12.50; Grant County Press, Petersburg, West Virginia, $9.98; Mineral Daily News-Tribune, Keyser, West Virginia, $12.60; Advocate Messenger Company, Danville, Kentucky, $2.40; New York Journal American, New York, New York, $45.40; The Newspaper Advertising Service, Madison, Wisconsin, $25.20; The Journal Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, $46.20; The Shopper's Guide, J. Schilling and J. Holton, Publishers, Baraboo, Wisconsin, $4.95; The Sauk County News, Prairie DuSac, Wisconsin, $5; and the Albert Hand Company, Cape May, New Jersey, $16.30, which amounts are due the several publishing companies mentioned above for advertising ordered and published for and in the interest of the United States without the prior approval of the Secretary of War as required by Revised Statutes 3828 (44 U.S.C. 324): Provided, That no person shall be held pecuniarily liable for any amount on account of the abovementioned payments. SEC. 5. That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the township of Montgomery, Harlingen, New Jersey, $199.31, and the township of Hillsborough, Neshanic, New Jersey, $136.44, which amounts are due to the townships mentioned above for cost and legal fees incurred in the enactment of local ordinances which were enacted at the behest of the military authorities at the Belle Mead Army Service Forces Depot, Somerville, New Jersey, for reasons of military security: Provided, That no persons shall be held pecuniarily liable for any amount on account of the above-mentioned payments. SEC. 6. That any amounts refunded by any disbursing officer or his heirs in connection with any item of indebtedness in accounts cleared herein and/or any amount otherwise due any disbursing officer or his heirs which was set off against any item of indebtedness in the accounts which are cleared herein, shall be refunded to said disbursing officer or hi? heirs: Provided, That no part of the amounts authorized herein to be credited in the accounts of the disbursing officer shall be charged against any individual other than the various payees. SEC. 7. That in all cases where disDursing officers' accounts are cleared or relieved under the authority of this or any other Act, such clearance or relief shall be considered and construed as precluding the recovery of any interest charged from said disbursing officer arising from any items so cleared or relieved, whether such interest charges are in connection with judicial proceedings or otherwise. Approved June 3, 1954.