THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 34, 35, 36, 37. 1866. 579 thirteen thousand Eve hundred and nine dollars. public money, stolen from him on the evening of October thirty, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, while on duty at Panama. or such portion thereof as he may or shall fail to recover: Provided, That no part of said money shall be allowed said Rittenhouse until the proper accounting officers of the government are satisfied upon full and complete evidence of the larceny of the money alleged to have been stolen. Approved, April 10, 1866. CHAP. XXXV.—An Act granting a Pension to Sara}: Fitzgibbon. April 10, 1866. Be ft enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interim- be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to place the name of Sarah Fitzgibbon, widow of Thomas C. Fitzgibbon, late major of the four- S P°§s§.‘2“ *9 teeuth Michigan volunteer infantry, upon the pension rolls, at twenty-five bg:' 1mg3b` dollars per month from the first day of 1\Iay, one thousand eight hundred _ and sixtydive: Provided, That in the event of the marriage or death of P"°""°‘ said Sarah Fitzgibbon, that the pension allowed by this act shall be continued to the children of the late Major Thomas C. Fitzgibbon, subject to the limitation and restrictions now imposed by existing pension laws. Approved, April 10, 1866. CHAP. XXXVI. —An Act for the Relief of F. A. Patterson, late Captain of the APN! I0, I866· Third Virginia Cavalry. —;_—_`_` Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay Captain F. A. Patterson AP1§£;‘:;;° F- full amount of pay and emoluments as a captain of the third Virginia` cavalry from the twenty-Gfth day of November, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, the date of his commission by the governor of Virginia, to the date of muster out of his regiment. Apmzoven, April 10, 1866. CHA]?. XVII. ——An Act for the Rel:`:;/`qfJan¢ W Ndhaway. April 10, 1886. Be it enacted by the Senate and }Luse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, directed to place upon the pension rolls the name of Jane W. Nethaway, of the town of Ohio, county of Herkimer, P°¤Si°*;:¤]~h and State of New York, widow of David Nethaway, late of the eighty- gg; W' ° °' first regiment New York volunteers; the said pension to begin on the twenty-ninth day of September, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, and to continue during her widowhood, at the rate allowed by law to the widow 0f a tint lieutenant. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the proper accounting officers Accounts of of the treasury be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to settle £_;·‘;';I§:d;;_ and adjust the accounts of the said David Nethaway, late of the eighty- tleg_ first regiment New York volunteers, as e second lieutenant from June third, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, to August eleventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, inclusive, and as a first lieutenant from August twelfth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, to September twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, inclusive. Approved, April 10, 1866.