1850 SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. SEas. I . CHS. 593-596. 1928• . Ma7 1«1,1828 . CHAP. 698. -An Aot For the !e1ief of the Smith Tablet Company, of -nd[H=.~R:!;.4303~;7,')...- Holyoke, Maaaachuaetts. [Private, No. ito.) Be it eMcted by the Senate and H()'U8e of Representatives of the Smith Tablet Com- United State8 of America in Oonyrcs8 assembled, That the Secretary P6R!imbUl88ment for of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay, out of any money loss of appralaai book. in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated and in full settlement I!gainst the Government, the sum of $150 to the Smith Tablet Company, of Holyoke, Massachusetts, as reimbursement for the cost of remaking an appraisal IlLd appraisal book np.~essitated by the :088 of the origina appraisnl boo~ by the Bun;au ?f Internd Revenue, Treasury Department, durmg the exammatlOn of the accounts of the said company for income-tax purposes. May 15, 1928. [H. R . 11960.) [Private, No. it1.) Approved, May 16, 1928. CHAP. 694. - -An Act For the relief of D. George Shorten. Be it enacted by the Senate and H ()'U8e of Repre8entatwes of the D. George Shorten. United States 01 America Vn On'rlh'l'881 as8embled That the Secretary RelmblU'1lelllent for •~••.,. . •, • stolen POStal funda. of the Treasury be, and he IS hereby, authonzed and dIrected to May 15, 1928. [H. R . 46UI.) E. A . Clatterbuck. Payment to. May 18, 1028. [H. R. 62Q7.) pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise approj>riated, ana in full settlement against the Government, to D. George Shorten, l~te postmaster at Storrs, Utah, the sum of $95.06, being the amount stolen by a burglar on March 30, 1922. Approved, May 16, 1928. CHAP. 696. -An Act For the relief of E. A . Clatterbuck. Be it erIilCted by the Senate and H ()U8e 01 Re~8entati'V68 of tM United States of America in Oongres8 as8embled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated and m full settlement against the Government, to E. A . Clatterbuck of Warrenton, Virginia, the sum of $24.65, being the amount due him for housing in the post-office building at Warrenton, Virginia, forty- nine and three-tenths tons of coal. Approved, May 16, 1928. CHAP. 696. -An Act For the relief of Christine Brensinger. (Private, No. 143.) Be it 61UlCtea by the Serwie o;nd H()U8e of RepresentaJMJes of tM Chrl8tine Brenzingcr. United States 01 America Vn O(;ngr688 as8em1Jled~ That the Secretary ~~:::.:i::. for of the Treasurl"_ be, and he is hereby, authorizea to pay, out of any money in the United States Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and in full settlement against the Government, the sum of $150 to Christine Brenzinger, of Louisville, Kentucky, as compensation for injuries sustained on July 8, 1919, when struck by an automobile, at the time driven by a soldier of tile United States Army. Restriction on attor- SEC. 2 . That no part of the amount appropriated in this Act in ney', fees. excess of 10 per centum thereoi shall be paid or delivered to or received by any agent or agents, attorney or attorneys on account of services renderec or advances made in connection with said claim. Violation II m1ade- Any person or persons violating the provisions of this Act shall be meanor. deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be fined in any sum not exceeding $1,000. Approved, May 16, 1928.