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SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. SESS. I . CHS. 621,622,667,668. 1928. 1853 OHAP. 621. -An Act To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to sell to May 17, 19oJS. W. H . Walker, Ruth T. Walker, and Queen E. Walker, upon the payment of --r;;;;:,:[Hc·,:-:;:R",".~I2Of~II.:;,;);,..­ $1.25 per acre, the lIOutheast quarter section 34, township 2 north, range 14: east, [Private, No. 162 .] Choctaw meridian, Clarke County,Mississippi. Be it enacted by tM SerULte and H O'U8e of Representatives of the United Stat~8 of America i!b Oongr888 aB8~led, That .the Secretary ot:ra H. Walker and of the InterlOr be, and he IS hereby, authOrIzed and dIrected to sell Bale·of1andsto. the lands described as the southeast quarter section 34, township 2 north, range 14 east, Choctaw meridian, Clarke County, Mississippi, to W. H . Walker, Ruth T. Walker, and Queen E. Walker, upon the Purcbaseprlce. payment of $1.25 per acre therefor. Approved, May 17, 1928. May 17, 1928. OHAP. 622. -An Act Authorizing and directing the Secretary of the Interior [H. R . 11716.) to issue patents to Ethel L. Saunders, and for other purposes. --"[P;;;:':n2·v':-:;:ate"'",~N'""o.'"'1~53"'.1- Be it enacted by tM Senate and H0'U8e of Representative8 of the United Stat88 01 America in Oongre88 aB8emhled, That the Secretarv of the Interior is authorized and directed to issue a patent to Ethel L. Saunders, of Saint Cloud, Florida, for lot 3 of section 10, and lot 3 of section 11, township 26 south, range 31 east, Tallahassee meridian, u part of the lands embraced in homestead application (Gainesville 017626), filed June 18, 1924. The Secretary of the Interior is also authorIzed and directed, upon payment of $1.25 per acre, to issue a patent to said Ethel L. Saunders for lot 5 of sectlOn 11, township 26 south, range 31 east, also claimed by said Ethel L. Saunders under a settlement antedating the survey of the lands. Approved, May 17, 1928. E the! L. Saunders. Land patents to. Purchase price. May 21, 1928- OHAP. 667. - An Act For the relief of Cromwell L. Barsley. (H. R.8162.) [PrIvate, No. 1M.) Be it enacted by the Serwte arul Huuse of Representative8 of the United States of America in Oongre8s aB8errIJJled, That in the admin- ! Cromwell L. Bars- istration of any laws conferring rights, privileges, and benefits upon e~illtary record cor· honorably discharged soldiers, Cromwell L. Barsley, who was a rected. member of Compan.y D, Fifth Regiment United States Volunteers, and Thirty-fourth Regiment United States Volunteer Infantry, and Company D, Nineteenth Regiment Infantry, United States Army, shall hereafter be held and considered to have been honorably dis- charged from the military service of the United States as a pri-:ate of Company I, Nineteenth Regiment Infantry, United States Army, on the 23d day of December, 1907: Pro~'ided, That no bounty, back Prooioo. I>ay, pension, or allowance shall be held to have accrued prior to No back pay, etc. the passage of this Act. Approved, May 21, 1928. OHAP. 668. - An Act For the relief of William Roderick Dorsey and other May 21,1928. officers of the Foreign Service of the United States, who, while serving abroad, ---"[P"";~!~"-::~:=:'-i~i-"I~.::;.2il""55".1- suffered by theft, robbery, fire, ember.zlement, or bank failures losses of official funds. · B6 it enacted by the Se7Utte and Huuse of Representative8 of the United State8 of America in Oongress fl88emlJled, That the General ~~i.r S~rvl~ ( Accolmting Office be, and is hereby, authorized and directed to credit fteers otSfor l":s of ~f: the accounts of William Roderick Dorsey as American consul, for- flC{vlm~S' Roderick merly at Catania, Italy, with the sum of $316.75, such sum repre- Dorsey. M835°-29-PT 2---12