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FIFJJY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. GHS. 1593-1596. 1905. 2025 laws, the name of Pauline W. Stuckey, widow of John S. Stuckey, — late captain Company D, One hundred and thirty-eighth Regiment Pennsy vania Volunteer Infantry, and pay her a pension at the rate of twenty dollars per month. Approved, March 3, 1905. CHAP. 1594.-An Act Directing the issue of a check in lieu of alost check drawn March u, 1005. _ by Colonel John V. Furey, assistant quartermaster-general, United States Army, in [H-1*-1*522-] favor of John Wanamaker. [Private, No. 1356.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House (pf Representate}ves of the Lbuted States of America tn. Congress assemble That Colonel John V. Furey, John wummm. assistant quartermaster- neral, United States Army, be, and he is Su§},“gf}°°*° °h°°"** hereby, authorized and diiected to issue to John Wanamaker a dupli- ` cate of an original check, issued by the said John V. Furey on the twenty-eighth ay of July, nineteen undred and two, numbered sixt - three thousand and twent —four, upon the assistant treasurer of the United States at Philadelphia, in favor of the said John Wanamaker, for the sum of two thousand nine hundred and twenty-one dollars and seventy-three cents, which check is alleged to have been lost in transmission from the office of the assistant quartermastengeneral in the city of Philademhia to the said John Wanamaker, and it not havin been presented or payment to the assistant treasurer of the United States at Philadelphia: Hovtded, That said duplicate check shaH be mm. issued under such redgulations in regard to its issue and payment as B°”°’°t°‘ have been prescribe by the Secretary of the Treasury for the issue of duplicate checks under the provisions of sections thirty-six hundred 1%,]%. 3646,8647. and forty-six and thirty-six hundred and forty-seven of the Revised W ’ Statutes of the United States. Approved, March 3, 1905. UHLP. 1595.-An Act Granting a pension to Maggie Weygandt. péxgh pgs?. Be it enacted by the Senate and lfouse of12r»ip:·esentat¢?ves of the United [Private No. 1361.1 States of America in 0'ongress assembled, That the Secretary of the M Eweysmdt Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place on the 1·¤°¤iili>¤. ' ension roll, sub`ect to the rovisions and limitations of the pension liiws, the name oil Maggie V\’Iiey*¥ndt, hellpless and dependent daughter of George Weygandt, late of wentiet Independent Battexiy, Ohio Volunteer Light Artillery, and pay her a pension at the rate o twelve dollars per month. _ Approved, March 3, 1905. OHAP. 1596.-An Act Granting a pension to Clam G. Bacon, iigrpu pg Be t thenacted by the Senate and House of.R?I‘68€Ilbdb'bU€8 of the United [mute, Na 1358.l States of America in Uongress assembled, That the Secretary of the cb G Bw) Interior be and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place on the Pendionl A nsion roll, subject to the provisions and limitations of the pension llsws, the name of Clara G. Bacon, widow of Francis H. Bacon, late of Company A, Twenty-second Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, and pay her a pension at the rate of eight dollars per month. Approved, March 3, 1905. vox. xxxm, rr 2--47