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920 SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sus. III. C11. 149. 1913. AMP- W ‘ to 13 765.62 and b the Medical artment during the fiscal $$.1- huiidred gid twelve, amgigtins to $4,403.07, for the relief of sufferers from floods in the Ohio an Green River Vallevs and in the Mississippi and Ohio Vall%ys are authorized and shall be charged to the unexpended o the appro(priations "For reliézf of sufferers from floods m the Mississippi and hw Yalleys, ma e stance w be mv- May ninth, nineteen hundred and twelve, and after said sums are so "‘°" “‘· charged the balance of said appropriations shall be covered into the Treasurv. ' mmnxanoxan warmwars COMMISSION. I¤°¤<¤°**°¤¤lw¤*°*· For salaries and ex enses of the International Waterwa Com- ”iY:ii£$u$iiii·i{°` mission, authorized bg section four of the river and har§»r Act proved June thirteenth, ninetem hundred and two, for the last half dl, the fiscal year nineteen hundred and thirteen, $1,750. snrrnmmirr or accormrs. Lim- <¤¤¤·W*!¤¤¤ B- Credit in the accounts of Lieutenant Colonel William S. Peirce and E md H"' T' I" Major T. L. Ames: The accounting officers of the Treasiuy are author- ,"°'°°“,,,f,',,},‘;,‘}°f¥,‘;§; ized and directed to allow and credit in the accounts of Lieutenant

 wrrlr Colonelwilliam S. Peirce,OrdnanceDepartment United StatesArmy,

v¤i.s¤Qn au. thesum of $131.15, and in theaccountsof Majoril'. L. .Ames,Ordnance Dexartment, United States Army, the sum of $2,80297 andany ad itional sums which have been or will be disallowed by theikuditor for the War Department,·on account of payments e or due for deliveries made prior to January fifteenth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, on existing contracts and orders, on the ground that the purchases were not made under the general supp y schedule, ui accordance with the plrovisions of section four o the Act of June seventeenth, nineteen imdred and ten. cape. n 1.. ems. Credit in the accounts of Captain D. L. Stone: The accounting °’°*”"“°°°°“"“ officers of the Treasury are authorized and directed to allow and credit in the accounts of Captain D. L. Stone, United States Army, the sum of $13,046.33, disallowed afainst him on the books of the Treasury. Capt.IohnJ.(‘1ark. Credit in the accounts o Captain John J. Clark: '1‘he accounting °'°*“"”‘°°"“““ officeis of the Treasury are authorized and directed to allow and credit in the accounts of Captain John J. Clark (formerly John J. A. Clar}r),l1;)hil£9ppin;ahSc'i>_luts, the sum of $649.07, disallowed against him ontie o 0 e easu . Gcpgiigig-N¤m¤g¤¤· Credit in the accounts Sl C_?ptain (now Major) J. E. Normoyle: °°°°°° The accounting officers of the reasury are authorized and directed to allow and credit in the accoimts of Captain J. E. Normoyle, United Egg; i}rt·r£iy,r::.he sum of $1,277.82 disallowed against him on the o e easmy. g·&q,¤it¥,¤g§g9a•;l>¤“· Credit in the accounts of Captain J. A. Cooper: The accounting oflicers of the Treasury are authorized and directed to allow an credit in the accounts of Captain J. A. Coo r, United States Army, the sum of $300, disallowed against him on xs books of the Treasury. w?,gf· B***¤* "· _ Credit nn the accounts of Captain Briant H. Welles; The account, cmininwsnsu. mg officers of the Treason? are authorized and directed to allow and credit in the accounts o Captain Briant H. Wells, United States alrmryéethe sum of $850.05, disallowed against him on the books of e asury. Bggginea Soldier? NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS For subsistence, includin the same ob`ects iii ' head for the Central Branch in the sundiiy civilspsgprid rildltidii gil: {)<;;l|;1}s;6§s<;1a£¤y(<;§·mnemen hundred and t irteen, at the following

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