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SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. SESS. I . CHS. 349,360,361,365. 1928. 1719 organization on the 9th day of May, 1865! Provided, That no bounty, hack pay, pension, or allowance shall be held to have accrued prior to the passage of this Act. . Approved, Apri110, 1928. ProNo. No bIICk ~:Y. etc. F Sa April 11. ll128. OHAP. 860. - An Act or the relief of the nitarium Company, of Portland, -..;t(;::H.::;:R::':"T.i61l23~.1".- Oregon. (Private, No. 66.) Be it enacted by tM Senate and Home of R~~8e-ntative8 of the Sanitarium Com- United States of A'I'1W'rica in Oongres8 assembled, That the Secretary ~:Yi P~land, ?reg. of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, for ~e ~~ f::: out of any money in the United States Treasury not otherwise Bane. appropriated and in full settlement ~ the Government, the sum of $1,180 to t~ San~tari~' Company, of. Portland, Oregon ~or Vol. 36 , p. 1101. the purpose of rermbursmg Bald corporation m that amount, winch was disallowed by the Coniptroller General of the United States and deducted from moneys due the Sanitarium Company, under its con- tracts with the Secretary of the Interior dated, respectively,January 25, 1919, and June 11, 1920, for the care and maintenance of the legally adjudged insane of Alaska. . Approved, April 11, 1928. OHAP. 361. - An Act For the relief of W. J . Bryson. Be it enacted by the Serw,te and HO'I1t8e of Re~86flta/IWe8 of the United States of A'I'1U!1'ica in Oongress assern1Jled, 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 against the Government the sum of $500, to reImburse W. J. Bryson for the amount paid on the bond of one John Searight, defendant in the case of the United States against John Searight, in the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of Iowa, the said John Searight having been subsequently returned to the custody of the United States marshal through the efforts and at the expense of said Bryson. Approved, Apri111, 1928. AnrIlll. 1m [fl. R . 507&.\ [Private, No. 66.) W. 1 . Br:yson. Relmbunement to. April 12, 1m OHAP. 865. -An Act Authorizing the we of certain lands near Seward, --.;~[EU~'R,:!!.~333~•.. .,.l;:-; -- Alaska, for use in connection with the Jesse Lee Home. [l'rivate, No. 117.) Be it enacted by the SeMte and H'QU8e of Retyre8wati1Je8 01 the United State8 of America in. Oongres8 assembled, That upoa jlay- ~=o~iandS ment therefor at the rate of $1.25 per acre the Secretary of the __ Be~. ~ Interior be, and he is hereby, authoriZed and directed to issue patent for U!I8 o. aut for the follow~·deseribed lands to the Woman's Home Missionary Society of the Methodist EpiiCopal Church for use in connection with the Jesse Lee Home, a home for orphan children: Approxima.tely the west twenty-one and eighty-six one-hundredths chams of United States survey numbered 242, Alaska! Provided, That the lands shall =~·e*<l. be identified on the ground by survey before patent issues, and that patent shan issue in accordance with such survey! P1'01Jided Ivrther, M~erals. etc.. reo That there shall be reserved to the United States all oil, coal, or serv . other minerals in. the land and the right to prospect for, mine, and remove the same under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior shall prescribe. Approved, April 12, 19~8.