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PRIVATE ACTS OF THE THIRTY·NINTH CONGRESS on THE UNITED STATES, Passed at the First Session, which was begun and held at the City of Wasltingtorz, in the District ¢y" Columbia, on Jlhndag, the fourth day of December, A. D. 1865, and ended on Saturday, the twenty-ezglzth dag qfJaly, A. D. 1866. Anonnw Jonsson, President. LA lfnrmrn S. Fosrnn, President of the Senate. La FAYETTE S. F osrnn was elected President of the Senate pro tenmore on the seventh clay of March, and so acted until the end of the Session. Scununn Comrsx, Speaker of the House of Representatives. CHAP. IV. — An Act for the Reliefof Mrs. 1[mjy Lincoln, Widow of the late Presi· D“· Zia 1B66· dent ¢y't}ze Glazed States. Be it enacted bg the Senate and M>ztse of Representatives of the [Lifted States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury pay. out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropri- gdzggoggmt? b° ated, to Mrs. Mary Lincoln, widow of Abraham Lincoln, late President Klary Lincoln. of the United States, or, in the event of her death before payment, then to the legal representatives of the said Abraham Lincoln, the sum of twenty-tive thousand dollars: Provided always, That any sum of money Pr<>viS¤· which shall have been paid to the personal representatives of the said Abraham Lincoln since his death, on account of his salary as President of the United States for the current year, shall be deducted from the said sum of twentydive thousand dollars. Approved, December 21, 1865. CHAP. VII. ——An Act _/or the Relief of Claarles F. Anderson. Feb. 7, 1866. Be it enacted dg the Senate and House of Representatives of the Gzited States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be. and he is hereby, directed to pay to Charles F. Anderson, archi- S7%%JgT€gl{l°i tect, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the j,—_’Andg,.S0:r°. sum of seven thousand five hundred dollars, in full, for time, labor, and expense in preparing plans and drawings for the Capitol extension. Approved, February 7, 1866. CHAP. XI.—An Act for the Relief of Charlotte Bence, mdow mf Philip H Feb- IV, 1866- Bence, late Captain 1y' Company F, Tlzirtietlz Regiment Iowa `Vblunteer Infantry. U; Be it enacted og the Senate and Ibnse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior be. and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place the name of P¢¤Si¤¤ *0 Charlotte Bence, of Bloomfield, Davis county, Iowa, widow of Captain Chm°“'° B°°°°` Philip H. Bence, of company F, thirtieth regiment of Iowa volunteers, on the pension roll, at the rate ot twenty dollars per month, from and after the passage of this act, for and during her widowhood. APPROVED, February 17, 1866. VOL. xtv. 37