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SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. SE88. II. Cus. 244-247. 1929. O. Hopkins, Finance Department, $3,981.40; Captain P. G. Hoyt. Finance Department, $2,054.13; Captain M. T. Legg, Finance De~ partment, $17,~.52; Lieutenant Colonel S. B. McInt~re, Finance Department, $3,039.10; Captain E. C . Morton, Finance Department, $629.58; Captain A. J. Maxwell, Finance Department, $601.91; Cap- tain L. L. Simms, Finance Department, $6,246; Ma.jor E. B . Spiller, Finance Department, $274.63; Captain E. W. Wilson, Finance De- partment, $180: Provided, That any amounts otherwise due to said disbursing officers by reason of refunds of income taxes and which amounts have been credited by the Comptroller General of the United States to disallowances in their accounts with the United States be refunded to them. Approved, February 16, 1929. CHAP. 241S.- An Act For the relief of Jot.n I. Fitzgerald. 2261. Proollo. Income tax refunds. February 16. 1m. [B. R. 7392.] [Private, No. 374.] Be it e'MCted by the Senate and House of Repre8e'llJ;Q,ti'IJe8 of the United States of America in Oong1'ess a8sem1Jled That the Secretary lohn I. :rltz~d. • .'. Refund of bail bonds of the Treasurv be, and he IS hereby, authorIzed and dIrected to pay to. to .fohn I. Fitzgerald the sum of $1,000, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, in lieu of two $500 Liberty bonds deposited by him with two bail bonds for the appearance of two certain aliens, which appearance bonds were breached and the aforesaid Liberty bonds turned over to' the Secretary of the Treas- ury by the Department of Labor authorities and covered into the Treasury, after which the aliens were surrendered to the immigra- tion authorities, deported, and subsequently legally admitted to the United States as permanent residents under the 'provisions of the law governing admission of aliens under the iIllIWgra.tioIl quotas. Approved, February 16, 1929. CHAP. 246.- An Act For the relief of John J. Campbell. Fer~l!J.F · • • [Private, No. 375.] Be 'tt enacted by the Senate and House of Represent(J,t't1M8 of the United States of America in Oongress assembled, That the PreSIdent ~ohnl. c!dmpbe~i of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorized to summon ATarmstroBot (talk) 00:01, 7 January 2012 (UTC)iring ~ John J. Campbell, formerly captain in the Chaplains Corps of the ~ro~n~~: ~s!b:~~­ Army of the United States, before a retiring board, to inquire whether at the time of his resignation, July 3, 1924, he was incapaci- tated for active service, and whether such incapacity was a result of an incident of service, and if, as a result of such inquiry it is found t ~pp?lntmcehnt as! C!'P- thth . 'ttdthP'd . h'd . aln In ap 8InS a e was so mcapaCl a e, e reSl ent IS aut orlze to nommate Corps and retired. and appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, the said John J. Campbell a captain in the Chaplains Corps and place him immediately thereafter upon the retired list of the Army, with the same privileges and retired pay as are now or may herea·fter be provided by law or regulation for officers of the Regular Army:' Prooi3o. Provided, That the said John J. Campbell shall not be entitled to No back pay, etc. any back payor allowances .. Approved, Februa.ry 16, 1929. CHAP. 247. - An Act For the relief of James O. Williams. February HI, 192t. [H. R . 8807.] [Private, No. 376.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Oongress a8sembled, That the Comp- lames O. Williams. troller General of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorized bINt~~;r~~lm':=: to relieve James O. Williams, special disbursing agent for the Htate