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2262 SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. Saa. II . CBs.247 -251. 1929. of Washington and the Territory of Alaska during the Fourteenth Decennial Census from accountability or responsibility for losses for which he was accountable or responsible, by creditin~ his account with the sum of $3,924, erroneously raid out by him In .good faith, for subsistence, on the strength 0 certain travel authorizations during the period from August 14, 1919, to November 30, 1920. Approved, February 16, 1929. February 16, 192\1. . [!I. R . R968.) _ OHAP. 248. - An Act To allow credit in the accounts of William A. 8eho- lPrivate, No. 377.J enfeld. Be it enacted by the Serwte and H0'U8e of Representatives of the reJ:illIam A. Schoen- United States 01 America in Oongres8 assembled, That the Comp- Cledit allowed In troUer General of the United States is hereby authorized and accounts of. directed in the settlement of the accounts of William A. Schoenfeld, a special temporary disbursing agent of the Department of Agri- culture, to allow the sum of $80 now standing as a disallowance in the accounts of said William A. Schoenfeld, being the difference between $110 e8.$:lh paid for two typewriting machines purchased in Vienna, Austria1and the limiting price for such machines, $70 each, Vol.43, p.87. fixed by Act of pril 4, 1924 (Forty.third Statutes, page 67). Approved, February 16, 1929. February 16, 1929. [H. R . 9943.) OHAP. 249.- An Act For the relief o. Sawyer Motor Company. (Private, No. 378.) Be it enacted by the Senate and H0U8e of Representatives of the Sawyer Motor Com- United States of America in Oongress assembled, That the Secretary pa;iYment to, for use of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, C:ore~o~~'rn:~Ck by out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the Sawyer Motor Company (Incorporated), of Asheville, North Caro- lina, the sum of $510, in full payment for the use by the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture of a motor truck, the property of said company, during the period July 2, 1926, to January 25,1927. Approved, February 16, 1929. February 16, 1929. [H. R .I06U .) OHAP. 250. - An Act For the relief of William J. Casey. [Ptivate, No. 379.) Be it enacted by the Senate and H QU.8e of Representatives of the ~=li~~ii-- Untited States of America in OO"!f!ress assembled, That the Treasurer IIOnalinjuries. of the United States is hereby dIrected to pay to William J. Casey, out of any money in the Treasury not otlierwise appropriated, the sum of $1,440 in full payment of claims against tlie United States for disability caused by injuries received while employed in the Quartermaster's Department of the United States Army at Fort Gibbon, Alaska. Approved, February 16, 1929. February 16, 19211. •• (H. R .l1289.L- CHAP. 201. - An Act For the rehef of Kathenna Kautz and Fred G. Kautz, Private, No. 380 .) heirs of the estate of Christian F. Kautz, deceased. Be it enacted by the Senate and H01UJe of RepresentatiVeB of the TarmstroBot (talk) 00:01, 7 January 2012 (UTC)i<~i !t~~;t United States of America in Oongress assembled, That the Secretary certi1!catesofindebted· of the Treasury be and he is hereby, a.uthorized and directed to uessto heirs o!. redeem in favor oi'Katherina Kautz and Fred G. Kautz, heirs of