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23:!4 74TH CONGRESS. SESS. II. CHS.589-591. JUNE 16, 17, 1936. lune 16, 1936. [8.3600.) (Private. No. 628.) s. c . Eastvold. Payment to. [CHAPTER 589.] AN ACT For the relief of S. C. Eastvold. Be it enacted by tlte Senate a:nd House of Representatives of the United States 01 America in Congress a8semhled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to S. C. Eastvold, pastor of the First Lutheran Church., of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, the sum of $100, in full satisfaction of his claim against the United States for the refund of a deposit made by him upon application for the entry and classification of a parish paper . as second-class mail matter, such application having been denied: PrOVI60 p .~Jdl'h fh . d'h'A . Limitation on attor· rO'V'tae, at no part 0 t e amount apprel?rlate III t IS ct III ney's, etc., fees. excess of 10 per centum thereof shall be paId or delivered to or received by any agent or attorney on account of services rendered in connectIOn with this claim, and the same shall be unlawful, any Penalty Cor violation. contract to the contrary notwithstandinO'. Any person violating the provisions of this Act shall be deemed bruilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding $1,000, lune 16, 11136. [8.3770.' (Private, No. 629.1 Approved, June 16, 1936. [CHAPTER 590.] AN ACT To award a special gold medal to Lincoln Ellsworth. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Reprclwntative,q of tlte ~~,:r::J~:::~8d United States of America in Oongre88 a88embled, That the President to. of the United States is authorized to present a gold medal of appro- priate design, with accompanying distinctive ribbon, to Lincoln Ellsworth, noted American explorer and outstanding pioneer in exploratory aviation in the Arctic and in Antarctica, for claiming on behalf of the United States approximately three hundred and fifty thousand square miles of land in AntarctIca between the eight- ieth and one hundred and twentieth meridians west of Greenwich, representing the last unclaimed territory in the world, and for his exceptionally meritorious services to science and aeronautics in mak- ing a two-thousand-five-hundred-mile aerial survey of the heart of Antarctica, thus paving the way for more detailed studies of geo- logical, meteorological, and geographical questions of world-wide Appropriation au· im,Portance and benefit. There is hereby authorized to be appro- &borized. prlated such sum as may be necessary to carry out the prOVIsIons of this Act. JUDe 17, 1936. [So 1. Res. Ill.) [Priv. Res., No. 3 .1 Approved, June 16, 1936. [CHAPTER 591.] JOINT RESOLUTION To repeal an Act approved February 17, 1933, entitled "An Act for the relief of Tampico Marine Iron Works", and to provide for the relief of William Saenger, chairman liquidating committee of the Beaumont Export and Import Com- pany, of Beaumont, Texas. Resolved by the Senateomd House of Representatives of the United w~:::PICOMariDeIron Statea of America in (Jongress lUJsembled, That the Act approved A~'for relief of, re - Feb~ary 17, 1933, enti~led "~n Act for the relief of Tampico ~o\,·47'P.1726. Marme Iron 'Vorks", bemg PrIvate Act Numbered 209, Seventy- second Congress, be, and the same is hereby, repealed; and be it further