GSS FORTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 408-412. 1872. the same to be received by said Thompson in full satisfaction for his claim against the government for the failure of title to a certain steam saw-mill, machinery, and dwelling, located on block sixty-six, city of Shreveport, Louisiana, sold to him by the government under orders from the military division of the "West Mississippi, at Shreveport, in the,State of Louisiana, on the first day of May, eighteen hundred and sixty-six. Approved, June 8, 1872. June 8, 1872. CHAP. CDIX. —An Act jbr the Relief of Jlfchael F. Gannett. Be it enacted bg the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
t" States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas-
(;,la,mg§ Qgsm Oy ury bc, aéid he hereby is, authprfiled and dxccted to pay michael F. Gan- 5 iD" ¤\S¤=¤-" nett of ath Maine arent 0 the ship " tasca ’ out 0 any money in the ,treasury ,not officrdise appropriated, the suhi of one hundred and seventy-two dollars and twenty cents, in full satisfaction for an excessive hospital tax exacted from said ship “Atasca" at the port of New Orleans, in October, A. D. eighteen hundred and seventy, and charge the same to the " marine hospital fund." APPICOVIED, June 8, 1872. June 8, 1872. CHAP. CDX.- An Act jbr the Relief tf Andrew J. Jemison. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Payment to States of America in Congress assembled, That the proper accounting offi- £;‘g“"" J' J°"" ccrs of the Treasury Department are hereby directed to pay to Andrew ° J. Jeinison, late a private in company A, seventh regiment of Kansas cavalry out of any moneys appropriated for the payment of bountyto voluntehrs, the amount of veteran bounty he would have received if he had not been discharged for disability occasioned by a wound received during the periofd of his first enlistment, but had continued to serve until t 18 muster-out o is rcrriment. Approved, June 8, 1:872. June 8, 1872. CHAP. CDXI.—An Act jbr the Relieglof John Milone, Postmaster at Uhricksville, _—""""’ no. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives tf the [Mite:] gmdgt to bg States of America in Congress assembled, That the proper accounting oiii- ¤}[<>W¤d_J<>h¤, cers of the treasury be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed, in g,;Y?§f'?,,;°SC$' settling the accounts of John Milone, postmaster at Uhricksville, Ohio, to counts. allow and credit. to him the sum of two hundred and ten dollars, an amount of postage-stamps stolen from his office by burglars on the night of Octo ber six, eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, without fault or neglect on his part. APPROVED, June 8, 1872. June 8, 1872. CHAP. CDXII. -—An Act for the Relief of the Suretzes J S. F. Marks, jbrmer Post _________; 77l(1Si€T (Ii AVGTU O7`l€d7|S. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Sureties of S. States of America in Congress assembled, That the sureties of S. F. Marks, Llgggfkgrgipded former postmaster at New Orleans, Louisiana, be, and are hereby, released & _ ’ ’ from all claims on their bonds as such sureties: Provided They shall c respectively discharge the aliquot proportion of the indebtedness of the principal, without interest, according to the number of sureties on said bonds. Approved, June 8, 1872.