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SEVENTIETH CONGRESS. SESS. II . Cus. 251-254. 1929. the estate of Christian F. Kautz deceased, three United State~ certificates of indebtedness, series 0, 1921, issued February 15, 1921, and matured July 151 1921, serial numbers 12823, 12824, and 12825 of the denomination ot $1,000 each} with interest at the rate of 5% per centum per annum from February 15, 1921, to July 15, 1921, without presentation of the said certificates or the coupons represent- ing interest thereon from February 15, 1921, to July 15, 1921, the certificates having been lost or stolen: P1'01Jided, That the said certifi- cates shall not have been previously presented for payment and that no payment shan be made hereunder for any coupons which shall have been previously presented and paid: Provided ftvrther, That the said Katherina Kautz and Fred G. Kautz as heirs shall first file in the Treasury De{>artment a bond in the penal sum of double the amount of the certlficates and the interest payable thereon, in such form and with such surety or sureties as may be acceptable to the Secretary of the Treasury, to indemnify and save harmless the United States from any loss on account of the lost or stolen certifi- cates of indebtedness herein described or the coupons belonging thereto. Approved, February 16, 1929. ProNOI. Condition. 2263 Indemnlt7 bond. Febru&r7 HI, 1112D. CHAP. aI52. -An Act For the relief of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Egan. [H. R .l2007.) [Private Nil. 381.) Be it enacted by the Senate and HmtSe of Representatives of the United States of America in Oongress a8sem1>led, That the Secretary Mr. and Mrs. Peter of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to paY1 l'~ent to, for 10IIII out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and of child. in full settlement against the Government, the sum of $200 to Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. E~an, for the loss of their child, Martin Egan, who was struck by a Umted States mail truck, owned by the Post Office Department, on October 25,1927, in New York City, New York, and died as a result of injuries received. Approved, February 16, 1929. February III, 1112D. CHAP. 2153. - An Act For the relief of certain members of a trail crew -.....~[H='.7:R"".l~'I:1=",l1~.);;:-;-- employed by the Forest Service. [Private, No. 382.) Be it enacted by the Senn,te and HOtI8e of Represe1'liiati'IJes of the United States of America i!l' Oongress a8sem,bled, Tha~ the Secretary ~~;e:e~fr!cePersons of the Treasury be, and he lS hereby, authorlzed and dIrected to pay, designated for 105l!!'8 f . thT th' . d d due to forest fire detail out 0 any money ill e reasury no ot erwise approprlate , an . in full settlement against the Government, to W. A . Coleman, $50; Robert T. Hardin, $59; Roy McGregor, $25 7 James Innis, $46; Frank,Eaton, $56; William Ward, $43; Wilham Kane, $59; and Lowell' Palmerton, $45, these respective amounts on a~ount of losses sustained by them when called from their regular duty as members of a trail crew by order of the Forest Service to fight forest fires during July, 1926, in the Coeur d'Alene National Forest. Approved, February 16, 1929. February 1ft, 1!129. CHAP. 2154. -An Act For the relief of the Rocky Ford National Bank, Rocky [H. R . 1'1:114.) Ford, Colorado. [PrIvate, No. 383 .) Be it tmOded by the Serl.ate and H uuse of Repre8entatWes of the United States of A'T7Ibf'ica itn Olmflress a8sem1>led, That the Secretary R()CkY Food, Colo. , of the Treasury be, and he is herooy, authorized and directed to N~!d:~~' of loet redeem in favor of the Rocky Ford National Bank, of Rocky Ford, Uwted Statee notee.