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1858 MayZl, lUI . [H.R.4012.) [Prtvaw, No. 186 .) SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. SEBS. I . CHB. 694-698. 1928. OHAP. 694. - An Act For the relief of Charles R. Bies. Be it enacted by tM Senate and H0'U8e of RepresentativeB of t'M ~~.. R SIes, to United States of America in. Olmflress aBsem1Jled, That Chief Pay be advanced'to passed Clerk Charles R Sies, United States Navy, retired, shall be advanced ~l.rJJDUter on on the retired list to passed assistant paymaster with the rank and retired pay and allowances of a lieutenant on the retired list of the Navy. Such rank shall take effect on March 4, 1925, and such pay and allowances shall be paid from and after such date. Etreetive date. Approved, May 22, 1928. May 22. 1928. [H.R.~.) OHAP. 691S. -An Act For the relief of the Press Publishing Company, [PrIvate, No. 1M.) Marianna, ArkaIlB8S. Be it erw.ated by tM S(Jf/.(lte 0IIUl H O'U8e of Representatives of the c~:,ubIlShlng United States of Amerioo in Oongres8 a88&nWled, That the Com!>- eil'Jl:ent to, for ad· troller General of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorizea, v g. notwithstanding the provisions of section 3828, Revised Statutes, to ~.~. ~~' fJi9 • adjust and settle the claim of the Press Publishing Company, of .. ,. . Marianna, Arkansas, in the amount of $9, for publication of adver- May 22, 1928. [H.R.5322.) [PrIvate. No. 167.J tisements inviting 'pro~osals for sundry work at Marianna, Arkan- sas, post office, durmg July and November, 1924, and January, 1925, and to certify same for payment from the appropriation "General expenses of public buildings, 1925." Approved, May 22. 1928. OHAP. 696. -An Act For the relief of John P. Stafford. Be it enlJCtea by tM Senate and H O'U8e of Representatives of the if~~u=e~' to United Statu of America in OongreB8 assembled, That the Secretary for 1091 of war revenu~ of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to Ramps. pay,out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and in full settlement against the Government, the sum of $469.10 to John P. Stafford, former postmaster at Springdale, Arkansas, to reimburse him for the loss of war tax revenue stamps which were stolen, through no fault or carelessn('ss on his part, from the aforesaid post office, and while serving as postmaster. May 22, 1928. [H. R . 5930.) [PrIvate, No. 168 .) I_Bo~u. Payment to. May 22. 1928. [H. R . 8196.) [Private, No. 169.) Approved, May 22, 1928. OHAP. 697. -An Act For the relief of Jesse W. Boissea.u. Be it enacted by tM Senate and H0'U88 of RepresentativeB of tM United States of America in Oongress a8sembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed tOlay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriate , to Jesse W. Boisseau the sum of $164.81, being the amount due him for travel allowance and fiv~ days' salary as ensign, United States Navy. Approved, May 22, 1928. OHAP. 698. -An Act Gra.nting six months' pay to Constance D. Lathrop. Be it enacted by the Senate (JJI1,(], H0'U8e of Representative8 of the Constance D. Lath· Urvited States of America. in Congress aBsemlJled, That Constance ro~ix months' gratuity D. Lathrop, widow of the late Commander Patrick Theodore Moore rJ~d.for death of Lathrop, United States Navy, is hereby allowed an amount equal to