Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 33 Part 2.djvu/779

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2070 FIF1`Y—EIGHTH CONGRESS. sms. 111. out 1794-ins. 1905. {*,:1*;, CHAP. 1794.-An Act Granting a pension to Martha A. Tompkins. l [1>i·1vm,z·:¤.1sss.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United mmm L .1,,,,,,,, States of America in Congress assmnbled, That the Secretary of the 15;:,, Sm. Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place on- the pension roll, subject to the provisions and limitations of the pension aws, the name of Martha A. Tompkins, widow of George W. Tompkins, late of Company E, Twenty-seventh Regiment Missouri Volunteer Mounted In ntriy, and pay her a pension at the rate of eight dollars per month, an two do lars per month on account of each of the two minor children of said George W. Tompkins until they shall reach the age of sixteen years. Approved, March 3, 1905. {gv; PQQQ CHAP. 1795.-An Act Granting a pension to Louise M. Atkins. [Private. 1*0.1557.] S Bei¢ by M6 we and House p6)éR'i;{]r·esenltat?gJ(i8 cfhfbe Umtid - _ ·_ tateso merwain gress atte cre ryote Eglsgg Mm. Interior be and he is hereby, authorized ixnd directed to place on the pension roll, subject to the Jrovisions and limitations of the pension aws, the name of Louise . Atkins, widow of Tom Minor Atkins, alias Atkinson, late of the United States steamship Prairie, United States Marine Corps, and pay her a pension at the rate of twelve dollars per month. Approved, March 3, 1905. Inch 8. 1906. CHAP. 1796.-An Act Granting a pension to Nimrod W. Watson. [1=1.1z.1zm•.] [Private, No. mss.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of t/ce Zhzited N,,,,,.,,,, w_w,,,,,,,_ States of America in Ooniress assembled, That the Secretary of the pension. Interior be, and he is here y, authorized and directed to place on the · pensionh roll, subjgclk to :23 €`I}O¥€`SIOl'1S and limitations of the pension aws the name o im . atson late iirst lieutenant aptain Johri W. Dickey’s independent company; Alabama Scouts and Guides, and him a ension at the rate of twelve dollars er month. Pay P P A roved, March 3, 1905. PP ¥?,,*f¥,i*,,{,,9g6· CHAP. 179’7.—An Act To correct the military record of James Houselman. [Pr1v•te,No.1559·] _ Be it enacted by the Senate and Hocztse of Rqnresentatilves of the United J,,,,,,, H0,,,,,,,,,,,_ States of America on Congress assemb , That James Houselman, late

 record wr- second lieutenant of Company H, Sixty-third Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry, shall hereafter be held and considered to have been

honorably disc arged the service on the seventh day of December, Pr eighteen hundred and sixtyftwo, and a certificate of such discharge N,j"',§',,°,'Z; 8,,, shall be xssued to him: Prmnded, That no pay, bounty, or other allowauces shall accrue or become due or payab e by virtue of this Act. Approved, March 3, 1905.

 CHAP. 1798.-An Act To grant honorable discharge to William A. Treadwell.

[mvm, N0. 1560-] Be it enacted by tire Senate and Hume Of1R?}T€S€7tbdtt·2'08 of the [batted W,,,,,,,,, A_ ,.,,,,,_ States qgrimerzca an Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War wgihmblc _ be, and e is hereby, authorized and directed to issue to W ilham A. E.-.mq_ Treadwell, late maptam of Company G, Fourteenth Regiment New York Heavy Art1 ery Volunteers, an honorable discharge, to data_