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1854 SEVENTIETII CONGRESS. SESS. I . Cn. 668. 1928. sentin~ the unpaid balance of United States Government funds deposIted by him in the Banco. Italiano. di Sconto, such bank hav,ing suspended payments of deposits on December 29, 1921, and having liquidated ItS claims; and also with the additional sum of $869.10, such sum representing the amount stolen from the safe in the United States consulate at Catania, Italy, on the night of September Hugh s. OIbeoD. 18, 1924; to credit the accounts of Hugh S. G,ibson as American minister, formerly at Warsaw, Poland, with the sum of $2,133.65, such sum representing the amount stolen from the strong boxes of the United States legation at Warsaw, Poland, on the night of Charles H. Heisler. December 13, 1921; to credit the accounts of Charles H. Heisler as American consul, formerly vice consul at Riga, Latvia, with the sum of $3,532.28 such sum representing the amount of Government funds for which Mr. Heisler is personally responsible, stolen from the safe of the Amer,ican consulate at Riga on the night of November 1. IOahrHuddle. 17, 1923; to credit the accounts of J. Klahr Huddle as American consul formerly at Hamburg, Germany, with the sum of $120.62, such sum representing the amount stolen from the safe of the United States consulate general at Hamburg, Germany, on the night of November 12, 1921; to credit the accounts of John P. Hurley as American consul, formerly at Riga, Latvia, with the sum of $3,497, lohn P. Hurley. Leo 1. Kezma. such sum representing the amount stolen :ITom the safes of the con- sulate at Riga, Latvia, on the night of November 17, 1923; to credit the accounts of Leo J. Kenna, as American consul, formerlv of War- saw, Poland, with the sum of $3,109.60, such sum representing the amount of Government funds stolen from the safety box of the United States consulate ~neral in Warsaw in December, 1922; to Frltbjof C. Sigmond. credit the accounts of Frlthjof C. Sigmond as American vice consul at Stavanger, Norway, with the sum of $819.87, of which the sum of $572.12 represents the unpaid balance of United States Govern- ment funds deposited by him in the Stavanger Handels-of-Industri- bank, such bank having suspended payment of deposits on March 25, 1923, and having lIquidated its clajms, and $247.75 of which represents the loss by exchange caused by the enforced delay in for- warding the sum of $4,363.72, which was realized on the bank's liqui- dation of this depositor's claimJ to credit the accounts of John K. Davis, as consul at Nanking, uhina, with the sum of $46.12, such lohn K. Davia. sum representing the amount of Government funds stolen from the locked steel cabinet during the looting of the Consulate at Nanking by Chinese soldiery on March 24, 1927; to credit the accounts of David 1. D . Myel'8 . David J. D. Myers as consul at Durango, Mexico, with the sum of $89.25, such sum representing the amount of Government funds lost '. when the building m which the consulate was housed was destroyed by fire on April 13, 1927. 'I~=~fti:~ fg: SEO. 2 . That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, l~ph C Grew directed to pay to Joseph C. Grew, formerly American minister at A'::. p. g·l '. · Copenhagen, Denmark, the sum of $6,150.65, such sum representing the amount embezzled from Government funds in the United States Francl.! B . Keene. legation at Copenhagen by the cashier of the legation between March 31 and July 1, 1921; to Francis B. Keene, formerly American consul general at Rome, Italy, the sum of $95.21, such sum representing the amount of Government funds stolen from the safe cabinet in the American consulate general at Rome, Italy, on the night of April 28, Norton F. Brand. 1921; to Norton F. Brand, as American consul at Fernie, British Columbiat the sum of $1,397.25, such sum representing the unpaid balance ot the United States Government funds deposited by him in the Home Bank of Canada at Fernie, British Columbia, such bank having suspended payment of deposits on August 16, 1923; to Richard L. Sprague. Richard L. Sprague" as American consul at Gibraltar, the sum of $1,897.87, being reimoursement for moneys actually expended by him