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SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. SESS. I . Cus. 698-701. 1928. six months' pay at the rate said Patrick: Theodore Moore Lathrop was receiving at the date of his dea.th. SEC. 2. That the payment of. the amount of money hereby allowed and authorized to be paid to said Constance D. Lat.hrop is authorized to be made from the appropriations for beneficiaries of officers who die while in the active service of the United States Navy. Approved, May 22, 1928. CHAP. 699. -An Act For the relief of Joseph F. Friend. Be it enacted by tM Senate amd HlYU8e of RepreserdatWes of tM United States of America in Oongress Q,88emhled, 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 In full settlement I!gainst the Government, the sum of $2,000 to Joseph F. Friend, of Swant{)n, Maryland, for the capture and arrest of Henderson Hall, a negro who attempted the robbery of the post office at Swanton, Maryland. Approved. May 22, 1928. 1859 FuDd available. May 22, IG28. [H.R.GM2.) [Private. No. 170.) Joseph F. FrIend. Paymentw. May 22, 1G28 . CHAP. 700. - An Act To ratify the action of a local board of sales control in ---- ", d[H::::'c.:R= , "' l8fr1 ~;,;;.I,,- respect of contracts between the United States and the West Point Wholesale [Private. No.m.] Grocery Company, of West Point, Georgia. . Be it enacted by the Senate and Huuse of Repr68entati'V88 of tM United States of America in Oongre88 as8embled, That inasmuch as saJ,:~ugo~;­ the West Point Wholesale Grocery Company, of West Point, Adj'mment of saJeS Georgia, in disposing of two thousand eight hundred and forty~ ~~=~~ three pairs of repaired russett shoes, ten thousand cotton under- confirmed. shirts, ten thousand pairs of cotton summer drawers, ten th6usand pairs of cotton summer drawers, ten thousand cotton undershirtsI fifteen thousand cotton undershirts, fifteen thousand jairs of woo drawers, five thousand wool undershirts, five thousan wool under- shirts, and five thousand wool undershirts purchased from the United States Government under sales contracts numbered SE-6362, SE-6364, SE-6375, SE-6391, SE-6402, S~17, SE-6440, SE-6451 SE-6452, and SE-6453, respectively, entered into between the United States and the said West Point Wholesale Grocery Company on March 2 1922, has adjusted its sales prices in l'ehance upon the action of the local board of sales control of the War Department in reducing and fixing the price to be paid by the said West Point Wholesale Grocery Com£any under such contracts, such action of such board is hereby ratified on behalf of the United States. Approved, May 22, 1928. MaJ: 22. 11128 . CHAP. 761. - An Act To ratify the action of a local board of sales control [H. R. 'l898.1 in respect of contracts between the United States and the Lagrange Grocery [Private, No. 172.] Company, of Lagrange, Georgia. Be it enacted by the Senate O/I'UJ HlYU8e of Represerdatives of tM Umted States of America in Oongress a8srmWled, That inasmuch as cLagrange Grocery the Lagrange Grocery Company, of Lagrange, Georgia, in dispos- 1~~ent of sale., i!lS' of ten thousand cotton undershirts, ten thousand cotton under- 22:54, 6 January 2012 (UTC)a}= shIrts, two thousand cott{)n undershirts, five thousand shoe brushes" firmed. five thousand shoe brushes, imd one thousand shoe brushes purchased from the United States Government under sales contracts numbered SE-5428, SE-5427, SE-5251, SE-5625, SE-5624, and SE-5623,