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SIXTY-FOURTH CONGRESS- Sess. II. CHS. 130-132, 142. 1917. 1495 CHAP. 130.-—An Act Providing for the refund of certain duties illegally levied F°}’{,¤*§Y §%¥17· and collected on acetate of lime. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of R esentatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, mt the Secretary of the I,§,,°¥",,,'l,°§,°.,,,(l;l.',°% Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to émy, out P¤¤Y· M ms of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to tandard Mud ° “ ' Chemical Iron and Lumber Companiy, of Toronto, Canada the sum of $881.30, being the amount illega y levied and collected on three hundred and ninety-one thousand seven hundred and nineteen pounds of acetate of lime. Approved, February 26, 1917. CHAP. 131.-An Act For the relief of Meredith G. Corlett, a citizen and resident February 26, 1917. of Williamson County, Tennessee. 0. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Riegresentatuzes of the United States of America in Congress assembled, at the Secretary of the ¥§;f,j,$(,l;_°"'°“· Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury of the United States not otherwise appropriated, to Meredith G. Corlett, of Williamson County, Tennessee, the sum of $62.80, for and on account of excess payment made by him to the collector of internal revenue of the United States for the fifth district of Tennessee, as surety on the internal·revenue bond of J. W. Corlett. Approved, February 26, 1917. (IHA?. 182.—Joint Resolution To grant citinenship to Joseph Beech. F %7. Whereas Joseph Beech has constantly been under the jurisdiction of {Pm. ms, No. 5.1 the United States since the age of four years; and Pmmblo. Whereas the said Joseph Beech is not entitled to immediate nat1u·alization under any existing statute; and Whereas the said Joseph Beech is not a citizen of any other Government: Therefore be it Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, at Joseph Beech be, and f°gg’,‘gt,f,••g:·_ dt, he is hereby, unconditionally admitted to the character and privileges ¤>¤· of_ a citizen of the United States. Approved, February 26, 1917. CHAP. 142.—An Act Makin appropriation for ent of ce 'n ' February 27,1917. accordance with findings of the (%l1.IPlZpOi%l&l¤1B, 1‘ep0 der the prtrglvisidnlzlldftllld [s· mm] Acts approved March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, and March third, [Private, No. 216.] eighteen hundred and eighty—+ven, and commonly known as the Bowman and the Tucker Acts, and under the provisions of section numbered one hundred and Egy- one of the Act approved March t.h1rd, mneteen hundred and eleven, comme y known as•the J ud1c1al Code. Be it enacted the Senate and House of Re esentatives 0 the United States of Amerizt in Congress assembled, Tgt the Secrelsrary of the lilslyiiiiglcltlliliiisiiig Treasury be, and he is hereby, authonzed and directed to pay out by °°“'° °' of any money in the Treasury not Otherwise allpropriated, to claim- V<>l.`22,p.485; Vol. ants in this Act named the several sums appropriated herein, the ilgg? Hm V"` 3°’P‘ same being in full for and the receipt of the same to be taken and accepted in each case as a full an final release and discharge of their respective claims, namely: To Anastacio de Baca, administrator of Francisco de Baca, deceased, of Santa Ana County, $1,325.