SIXTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cue. 59, 62, 63. 1909. 1433 eighteen hundred and ninety-one, for two hundred dollars and the costs, twenty-six dollars and forty cents; and that George W. Black, J. R. Wilson, and W. M. Newell be, and they are hereby, relieved and- discharged of and from all liability on account of the judgment · rendered against them as sureties on the forfeited recognizance or bail bond where J. R. Wilson is principal, which judgment was rendered in the United States district court for the middle district of Alabama on December twelfth, eighteen hundred and ninety-two, for one hundred and fifty dollars and the costs, twenty-six dollars and forty cents; and that the said djudgments shall be canceled and marked satisfied on the records of said court by the United States attorney for the middle district of Alabama. A Approved, February 2, 1909. CHAP. 62.-An Act To refund certain moneys paid into the Treasury of the Februar? 3- 1909- United States through mistake by Augustus Bannigan. - [H' R‘ mlm'] Private, No. 97.] _ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United [ States of America in Oengress assembled, That the Secretary of the g,§f‘g“"““ B“"“i‘ Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to repay R¤i¤¤b¤r¤¤m¢¤¤- Augustus Bannigan, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise alppropriated, the sum of four hundred and fourteen dollars, paid into t e Treasury of the United States b mistake by the said An stus Baunigan, and which said money has been placed to the credit ogupension appropriations for eighteen hundred and ninety-three, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and eighteen hundred and ninety-five. Approved, February 3, 1909. , CHAP. 63.—An Act For the relief of the estate of Mark S. Gorrill. Filéwafb Be it emzcted by the Senate and [[0use of Resmztatives of the United lP¤‘iV¤*<*» N0- 98-1 States of America in Oengress assembled, mt the Secretary of the })·f:¤§gtQ¤*;i;*hd Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to issue to the issued to. B estate of Mark S. Gorrill, late of Methuen., Massachusetts, du licates in lieu of United States four per centum bonds of the fundedlloan of nineteen hundred and seven, or to pay to the estate of Mark S. Gorrill the princi land interest due upon said bonds, described as follows: Registeredm bonds numbered thirteen thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, for five hundred dollars; and twenty-five thousand and ninety-four, twenty-tive thousand and ninety-five, twenty-five thousand and ninety-six, twenty-five thousand and ninety-seven, twenty- five thousand and ninet -eight, and twenty-five thousand and ninety- nine, for one thousand dollars each, inscribed in the name of Mark S. Gorrill, amounting to six thousand five hundred dollars; and upon coupon bonds numbered twelve thousand five hundred and one, fourteen thousand seven hundred and eighty-two, and thirty-four thousand and fifteen, for five hundred dollars each, amounting to bne thousand ‘ tive hundred dollars, with interest coupons attached, dated April first, eighteen hundred and ninety—’five, and subsequently, said registered and coupon bonds having been lost: Provided, That the legal repre- Qwsentatives of said estate shall first hle in the Treasury a bond in the ` penal sum of twelve thousand five hundred dollars, with rgood and sufficient sureties, to be approved by the Secretar of the reasury, with condition to indemnify and save harmless the United States from any loss on account of the said bonds and interest coupons. Approved, February 3, 1909.