510 FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 30, 31, 33. 1878. West Vifgiaia. To John M. Rece, six hundred and nftyseven dollars and fifty-ninecontinued. Cents_ To John L. Rhea, sixty-six dollars. To J. W. Rider, executor of William Rider, deceased, one thousand two hundred and ten dollars and fifty cents. To Susan Robins, executrix, and William M. Lemon, executor of O. K. Robins, deceased, three hundred and twelve dollars and fifty cents. To Harmon Snyder, seven hundred and fifty dollars. To James W. Snyder, one thousand six hundred and ten dollars and ten cents. _ To William B. Stump, executor of Alfred Stump, deceased, two hundred and fifty dollars. To Alfred Taylor, administrator of Mortimer D. Williams, deceased, thirteen dollars. To George \Varner, one hundred and four dollars and one cent. To Cyrus YVelton, one thousand four hundred and fifty-nine dollarsand fifty cents. To John Y\'ilson, one hundred and forty dollars. To Elias Yerkey, one hundred and twenty-five dollars. To George Yocum, two hundred and seventy dollars. Approved, March 11, 1878. March 11, 1578. CHAP. 31.--An act for the relief of Edwin A. Clifford. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United' Edwin A. Clif- States of America in Congress assembled, That the proper accountingfw}. _ officers of the Post-Office Department be, and are hereby, authorized t0(*’“d” “u°‘"d and directed to credit Edwin A. Clifford, postmaster at Evanston, Illi- ' uois, in his accounts as such postmaster, the sum of six hundred and forty-five dollars and eight cents, being the value of postage-stamps, postage, and money-order funds stolen from the safe in the vault of the post-office at Evanston, Illinois, on the night of February twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and seventy-six, without any fault or negligence on the part of said postmaster. Approved, March ll, 1878. March 13, 1578. CHAP. 33.-An act for the relief of John Pulford. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United John Pulfom. States of America in Congress assembled, That John Pulford, who was, on December fifteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy, duly retired from the active service and placed upon the list of retired officers of the Restored to rank United States Army, with the fnll rank of colonel, on account of wounds of colonel on re- received in battle while performing the duties of colonel in command of mm 1“**·—““‘Y· his regiment, be, and hereby is, excepted and relieved from the operation of the act of Congress entitled "An act for the relief of General Samuel W. Crawford, and to fix the rank and pay of retired officers of the Army," approved March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, solely because the injuries received by him in battle are more severe, dangerous, and disabling, and more fully incapacitate and disqualify him for any service, than the loss of an arm or leg, or the permanent disability of an arm or leg by resection, and is hereby restored upon the list of retired officers of the Army to the full rank of colonel, held by him from the date of his retirement up to March third, eighteen hundred and seventyfive, with the pay of such rank from the day of the passage of this act, and shall hereafter hold and receive the rank and. pay of colonel upon the list of the retired officers of the Army. Approved, March 13, 1878.