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FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. H. CHS. 1608, 1631-1633. 1904. 1617 be approved by the Secretary of the Treasury, conditioned to indemnify and save harmless the United States from any loss on account of the said stolen bonds. ' Approved, April 26, 1904. CHAP. 1631.-An Act For the relief of W. S. Feland, late deputy collector sec- A n127,1e04. ond Kentucky [ii- R. 2591.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House af Representatives of the United [mlm` M` M42`] States af America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed to y to W. S. Feland, late i$liy§i.3¤il°i2ll` deputy collector of the second district of gntucky, the sum of one hundred and twenty-four dollars and sixty-six cents out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, being the amount due him for excessive expenses necessarily incurred in the discharge of his duties during the period from July first, eighteen hundred and ninety- eight, to March sixteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine. Approved, April 27, 1904. CHAP. 1632.——An Act For the relief of James T. Barry and Richard Cushion, April 27. 1904- executors of the last will and testament of Martin Dowling, deceased. [S·4651·] [Private, No. 144%. Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofltepresentatiees of the United 1 States af America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to abate the }‘§5§*j§§°§£§bm inheritance tax assessed against James T. Barry and Richard Cushion, vf Mw ofexecutors of the last will and testament of Martin Dowlin , of Re, New York, as to so much of said estate as shall be established to his satisfaction to have been given to and vested in charitable or other institutions by said James T. Barry and Richard Cushion which under the war—revenue Act of June thirteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety- v01.so,p.4s4. eight, as amended by the Acts of March second, nineteen hundred and Vo1.$1,p.M6. one, and June twenty-second, nineteen hundred and two, would have v01. s2, p. 406. been exempgfrom inheritance tax had the property been bequeathed by Martin wling direct to said institutions; and the said Secretary hAb¤¤¤¤¤¤¤r of inis further authorized to proportionately abate any of said assessment °m°°°° °"' from time to time within the period of two ylears after the dpassage of this Act, u n satisfactory proof of the furt er by said James T. Barry and Richard Cushion of any portion of said estate to any institution or institutions so exempt from inheritance tax as aforesaid. So far as such tax shall be abated under the provisions of this Act, no inheritance tax shall be collected by reason of the passing of the legal title of said property to the said James T. Barry and Richard Cushion, and the said executors shall be, and are hereby, relieved from the yment of an such tax which may have attached to said (property by reason of the said Act of June thirteenth, eighteen hun re and ninety-eight. Approved, April 27, 1904. GKAP. 1633.-An Act Granting an increase of pension to David T. Towles. Aga; Be it enacted by the Senate and House of1tqn·esentatiues of the United States of America in Ocmgress assembled, That the Secretary of the Bmw Towm Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place on the p,,,,,_,i,,,,}¤c,.,,,,d_ pension roll, subject to the provisions and limitations of the pension