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SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. SESS. I . CHs.536-539,553. 1928. harmless the United States from any loss on account of the lost, stolen, or destroyed notes hereinbefore described, or the coupons pertaining thereto. Approved, May 12, 1928. CHAP. ~S7.-An Act For the relief of Ensign Jacob E. DeGarmo, United States Navy. 1829 May 12, 1928. [H.R .gaS.] [Private, No. 118 .] Be it enacted by the Senate and H &use of Repesentative8 of the United States of America in Oongress aBsenWled, That the PresIdent ~'1' E DeGarmo is hereby authorized to appoint, by and with the advice and consent maYbe"KPolntedlieu. of the Senate, Ensign Jacob E. DeGarmo, United States Navy, a ~=: unIor KJ'IIde, liel;1tenant, junior grade, on the retired list of the Navy: Provided, ~~k pay etc. That nothing contained herein shall entitle Ensign Jacob E. De- ' Garmo to any back payor allowance. Approved, May 12, 1928. CHAP. ~S8.-An Act For the relief of William H. Dotson. Be it Macted by the Senate and H&use of Repre8entatives of tlte May 12, 1928. [H. R.7227.J [Private, No. 119.) United States of America in OOng'!'e8S aBsemhled That in the ad- William H. Dotson. ministration of the pension laws of the United States, William H. rec~i.tery record cor· Dotson, late of Company C First Regiment Mississippi Marine Brigade, shall hereafter be heid and considered to have been honor- ably discharged from the military service of the United States as a private of said company and regiment on May 30, 1864: PrtYtJidedJ ~~pay.etc. That no back pay, bounty, or pension shall be held to have accruect prior to the passage of this A.ct. Approved, May 12, 1928. CHAP. ~S9.-An Act For the relief (If Vern E. Townsend. May 12, 1928. [H. R . 3029.1 (Private, No. 1~.1 Be it enacted by the Senate and H0'U8e of Repr686ntativ68 of the United States of Amerioa in Oongr68S aBaemhled, That the Secretary ~emt~T..,wtl!Iend·ts of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, to,r:n~=:!s. out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to Vern E. Townsend, during his natural life, the sum of $46.66 per month in addition to the sum of $103.34lfnir month which he is Additional to presen~ . . dh . . fh 'ted S E ' pay, under Employees now reCeIVIng un er t e proVISIOns 0 t e ru tates mployees Comr:nsatlon Act. Compensation Act, to date from the passage of this Act, for the Vo. 311, p. U2. payment of regular aid and attendance of another person on account of injuries sustained while in the line of his duties as rural carrier at the Elgin North Dakota, post office said monthly payments to be paid through the United States Employees' Compensation Commission. Approved, Ma.y 12, 1928. CHAP. ~~S.-An Act For the relief of William Thurman Enoch. tir.YJ\~' (Private, No. 121 .1 Be it e'MCted by the Senate and H()IU8e of R6pre8entatilves of the United State8 of America in Oongress aBsenWled, That the Secreta.ry William Thurman of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, E~o;:ment to, ror per. out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise _appropriated, and 8Onallnjurles. in full settlement against the Government, to William Thurman