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2258 SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. SESS. II . CBS. 237-240. 1929. Fe~~:~Mg'Jg· OltlP. ~S7.-An Act For the ~lief of George J. Illichevsky. [Private. No. 366·1 Be it e'fUUlted by the Semn,te and H (YUIJe of Repreaentatwe8 of the TarmstroBot (talk)w~y· United Statea of America in Oongress a8sem1Jled, That the Secretary February 1&, 111211 . [H. R . 24Q2.) (Private, No. 367.) 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, to George J. Illichevsky the amount of $50 on account of 108Se$ sustained by him when called from his re~lar duty as member of a trail crew by order of the Forest SerVIce to figlit forest fires during July, 1926, in the Coeur d'Alene National Forest. Approved, February,16, 1929. OltlP. :aSS.-An Act To extend the benefits of the United States Employeett' Compensation Act of September 7, 1916, to John L. Jenifer, a former employee of the Government Printing Office, Washington, District of Columbia. Be it eMCteil by the Senate and Hquae of RepresentaJives of the lobn L.leniter. United Sta;tes of A11lhrica in 0011i(J1"68S a8sem1Jlid, That the United ..:.e00:00, 7 January 2012 (UTC)I~::e~i States Employees' Compensation Commission shall be, and it is utendedto. hereby. authorized and directed to extend to John L. Jenifer, a former employee in the Government Printing Office, Washington, Vol. 39, p. 743; Vol. District of COlumbia, the provisions of an Act entitled "An Act to 44, p. 772. provide compensation for ~mployees of the United States suffering mjuries while in the performance of their duties, and for other purPQSes," approved september 7, 1916. Approved, February 16, 1929. February 16, 1929. [H. R . 394~.) OHAP. :aS9.- An Act For the relief of Frank F. Moore. [Private, No. 368 .) Be it enacted by the Senate and H(YUIJe of Representatives of the ~~h F~)TarmstroBot (talk) 00:00, 7 January 2012 (UTC). In United GStatealot Amenc h . .aedin 0donrJd,!,es8 asdsembledd1 Thhat the Post f - postal <l(!oounts 01. master enera IS aut OrIZ an lI"ecte to cre It t e account 0 Frank F. Moore, postmaster at Roscoe, Illinois, in the sum of $102, such sum representing the deficit in the account of th~ said Frank F. Moore, caused by fire to the post office on November 10, 1926, and for which casualty the said Frank F. Moore was in no way responsible. February 16, 1029. [H. R . 3\l55.) [Private, No. 369.J Approved, February 16, 1929. CHAP. fl40.- An Act For the relief of the C. Tisdall Company, Herbert W. Smith, Newman Brothers, Thomas J. Murphy Company, formerly Edward A. Erown Company, and Giles P. Dunn, junior. Be it enacted by the Senate and H O'Use of Retp!esentatives of the '!J' TIadaIl Company. United Statea of America in CongreJJ8 assembled, That the Secretary rayment ~for sup- of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, pliee furnish Navy. out of an;y_ money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the C. Tisdall Compan~' of Newport, Rhode Island, the sum of $1,037.65; Herbert W. SmIth, of Newport, Rhode Island, the sum of $146.15; Newman Brothers, of Bristol, Rhode Island, the sum of $114.2!l; Thcma..; J. MU1J>hy Company, formerly Edward A. Brown Company, of Newport, RhOde Island, the sum of $151.85; and Giles P. Dunn 1 junior, of Block Island, Rhode Island, the sum of $619.54, all of Slud SUl'1S being due said individuals and companies for mer- chandise furnished crews of certain naval vessels of the United States during the la!:e war. Approved, February 16, 1929.