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2260 SZVENTIETH CONGRESS. SESS. II . Cm. 242-244. 1929. ~OaptaI.D L . V . Houa- Captain L. V . Houston, Finance Department, $12.90, representing n. overpayments to citizell$ military training camp students on account of travel pay to and from camp. ~E.T CoI!JeCYI. Major E. T. Comegys..t ..,. . Finance Department, $92.25~ being the amount paid by him to w. R. Graham for stenographic report on hearings before the Select Committee of Inquiry into the operations of the United States Army Air &ervice. dTarmstroBot (talk) 00:01, 7 January 2012 (UTC)t of claims Sro. 2 . The Comptroller General of the United States :s hereby authorized and directed to adjust and settle the following claims .. and certify same to Congress. Mrs. Letitia Spence. Mrs. Letitia Spen~ the sum of $966.20, being the amount found due by a board of omcers on account of damages sustained to her property as the result of a fire spreading from Camp Lewis, Wash- ID~on, Military Reservation, on July 23, 1926. Edward F. Becken. Edward F. Becken, the sum of $1,450, being the amount found due by a sur'Veying officer for damages sustained to hi~J>roperty as the result of military operations at Camp Upton, New York, during the years 1918 and 1919. Ray Wledemun. Roy Wiedersum, first lieutenant, Air Corps Reserve, United States Army, the sum of $3,386.74, under section 6 of the Act approved Vol. .a. p. 385. June 3, 1924 (Public, 1826, Sixty-eighth Congress), representing pay and allowances amounting to $645.24, from April 5 to June 27,1925, .and $2,741.50 as reimbursement for approved amounts expended by him for medical and hospital treatment during the same period for injuries sustained in an airplane acci<Ient while in training. February 16, 1929. [H. R .4267 .J [PrIvate, No. 372 .] Approved, February 16, 1929. CHAP. 243 .- An Act For the relief of Ernest J. Hiscock. Be it e'MCted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Ernest 1. Hiscock. United States of America in Oongress Q,8sewled, That the Comp- ~::r:, C:;iu~or ~~f troller General of the United States be, and is hereby, authorized etc., to be settled. 'and directed to settle and certify to Congress the claim of Ernest J. Hiscock, care of British Embassy Washington, District of Colum- bia, of $32.24, or so much thereof as may De required to purchase exchange not to exceed the amount of 6 pounds, 12 shillings, 6 pence sterling, in full settlement of all claims of said Ernest J. Hiscock growing out of the loss by the War Department vf blue prints and descriptive data of "Hiscock recoil operative 303 machine gu:a for L ;"servers' use." February 16, 1929. [H. R. 7166.1 [Private, No. 3i3.1 Approved, February 16, 1929. CHAP. 244. - An Act To allow credit in the accounts of disbursing officel'8 of the Army of the United States on accou:at of refunds made to purchasers of surplus war supplies. Be it e1ll1Cted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Army. United States of America in Oongress fUJsembled, That the Comp- Credi.~eJnd.agcounts troller General of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorized TarmstroBot (talk) 00:01, 7 January 2012 (UTC)bY ~nU;::l~! and directed to allow credit in the accounts of the disbursing officers i:~i~n~~:~ war of the Army of the United States named herein in the several amounts , indicated, representi:!.g payments made by direction of local boards 0:£ sales control as authorized refundments to purchasers of surplus war supplies for which credit has been disallowed by the General Accountmg Office in the audit of their accounts, to wit: Captain Francis J. Baker, Finance Department. S5l.273.11; Lieutenant Colonel Ward Dabney, Quartermaster Corps, $2,708.04; Captain E.