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75TH CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION-CHS. 456, 457-JULY 8, 1937 within six months from the date of approval of this Act, for rupture alleged to have been sustained on or about November 15, 1922, while employed as a construction foreman in the Army Air Service at large, Rockwell Field, Coronado, California: Provided, That no benefits shall accrue prior to the approval of this Act. Approved, July 8, 1937. [CHAPTER 457] AN ACT For the relief of certain former disbursing officers of the Veterans' Administration and of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance, Federal Board for Vocational Educa- tion, and the United States Veterans' Bureau (now Veterans' Administration). Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Comp- troller General of the United States is hereby authorized and directed in the settlement of accounts of the following-named former disburs- ing officers of the Veterans' Administration and of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance, Federal Board for Vocational Education, and the United States Veterans' Bureau (now Veterans' Administration), to allow credit in the sums herein stated now standing as disallow- ances in said accounts on the books of the General Accounting Office: Provided, That this Act shall not be interpreted to waive collections by the United States Government of loans on adjusted-service certifi- cates and interest thereon: First. Miles E. Bailey, former disbursing officer, Bureau of War Risk Insurance (now Veterans' Administration), Washington, Dis- trict of Columbia, in the sums of $61.75 and $2,733.50, which amounts he expended during the period from December 1917 to January 1919 (symbols 11003 and 11234). Second. Chester C. Vargas, former disbursing officer, Bureau of War Risk Insurance (now Veterans' Administration), Washington, District of Columbia, in the sums of $63.05 and $330.70, which amounts he expended during the period from February 1919 to August 1919 (symbols 11005 and 11555). Third. Richard W. Lamb, former distributing officer, United States Veterans' Bureau (now Veterans' Administration), Atlanta Georgia, in the sum of $16.32 which amount he expended (luring the period from February 1923 to January 1925 (symbol 11255). Fourth. J. B. Schommer, former disbursing officer, Veterans' Administration, Washington, District of Columbia, in the sums of $57.64, $58.45, $3,472.69, and $250.48, which amounts he expended during the periods from May 1, 1931, to August 31, 1931; July 1, 1932, to October 31, 1933; January 1, 1932, to October 31, 1933; and July 1, 1933, to April 30, 1934 (symbols 99220, 11500, 11501, and 11666). Fifth. C . A. Wood, former disbursing officer at Veterans' Admin- istration Regional Office, Atlanta, Georgia, in the sum of $88.50 (symbol 99102), which amount he expended during the period from September 1, 1932, to September 30, 1932. Sixth. W . A. Birmingham, former disbursing officer at Veterans' Administration Regional Office, Buffalo, New York, in the sum of $303.43 (symbol 99107), which amount he expended during the period from April 1, 1931, to April 30, 1931. Seventh. Nina B. Harrison, former disbursing officer at Veterans' Administration Facility, Los Angeles, California, in the sum of $403 (symbol 99129), which amount she expended during the period from June 1, 1933, to June 30, 1933. Proviso. No prior benefits. July 8, 1937 [H. R . 6230] [Private, No. 211] Veterans' Adminis- tration, etc. Credits allowed in accounts of certain former disbursing of- ficers. Proviso. Collections of loans on adjusted-service certificates, etc., not waived. Miles E. Bailey. Chester C. Vargas. Richard W. Lamb. J. B. Schommer. C. A. Wood. W. A. Birmingham. Nina B. Harrison.