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FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 225, 229, 230, 239. 1894. 999 of Company E, Sixth Tennessee Cavalry, in the war of the rebellion, and to grant him an honorable discharge therefrom: Provided, That {’,g>·>*·~- t no bounty, pay, or emoluments of any kind shall become due or pay- p°y’ ° °' able by reason of the passage of this Act. Approved, August 4, 1894. · CHAP. 229.-An Act For the relief of James L. Townsend. August 6, 1891- 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, ·T¤4¤q¤¤ L.T<>w·¤w=d- and he is hereby, authorized and directed to correct the military rec- ,,,£‘{$Y"" ’°°°’d °°" ord of James L. Townsend, late captain of Company B, Fourteenth _ Connecticut Volunteers, and to grant him an honorable discharge as of said company and regiment. Approved, August 6, 1894. CHAP. 230.-An Act To exempt the property of the Young Men’s Christian Asso- August 6, 1894_ ciatiou of the District of Columbia from taxation. —-—-———-1- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all property belonging to y,,,,,,gM.,,,·,, Ch,.,,. the Young Men’s Christian Associatiouin the District of Columbia, ¤*g¤rj¤¤<>¤¤¤¤¤·D}£d used and occupied by that association, shall, so long as the same is so from €:£ii0Z°ii°°°P owned and occupied, be exempt from taxation, national and municipal: Provided, That where ground of said association is larger than is rea- p,,,,,;,,, sonably required for its use, or is not actually used for the legitimate E=<=¤P¤¤¤· purposes of said association, or if said ground or buildings shall be used for private gain, such portion of said ground or buildings as shall not actually be used for the purposes of said association, or from which it derives a rent or income, such portion of the same, or a sum equal in value to such portion, shall be taxed against such association. Approved, August 6, 1894. CHAP. 239.—Au Act Granting an honorable discharge to Cyrus Payne. August B_ 18% Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President of the gyrus myns. United States be, and is, authorized to cause to be revoked and set cha,;;‘g‘;f,;f,‘;,}‘{,_““‘ aside so much of "Specia1 orders, numbered three hundred and ninety- eight, War Department, Adjutant-Generals Office, November fifteenth, ` eighteen hundred and sixty-four," as confirms so much of “Special orders, numbered two hundred and ninety-six, Headquarters Department of the Gulf, New Orleans, November first, eighteen hundred and sixty-four,” as dismissed Lieutenant Cyrus Payne, Eighteenth Regiment New York Cavalry, for perpetrating frauds upon the Government, and then to cause to be revoked and set aside so much of "Special orders, numbered two hundred and ninety-six, Headquarters Department of the Gulf, New Orleans, November iirst, eighteen hundred and sixty- four," as dismissed said First Lieutenant Payne, Eighteenth New York ` Cavalry, and to cause to be issued to said Lieutenant Payne a certiticate of honorable muster out of the service as of the date of the twenty- seventh day of May, eighteen hundred and sixty-five. And said Cyrus No papa. Payne shall not, by reason of this Act, be entitled to any pay or allowance subsequent to said last—named date. Approved, August S, 1894.