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FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 220, 225, 226, 230. 1902. 1277 Orders, Numbered One hundred and forty-seven, ara ra h fifty-seven, War Department, Adjutant-General’s Office, dlatef Lilzrch twenty- seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, dismissing George K. Bowen, lieutenant-colonel One hundred and eighty-eighth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, and to cause to be issued to him an honorable discharge as of date March twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-five: ovided, That no bounty, pay, or allowance shall accrue cm by virtue hereof.` Received by the President, March 5, 1902. [Norm nr mn Dnrnnmnur or S·rA·rn.—The fore ing act havin been presented to the President of the United States Eli his approvag and not having been returned by him to the house of Congress 1D which it originated within the time prescribed by the Constitution of the Unite States, has become a law without his approval.] CHAP. 225.-An Act For the relief of William C. Dodge. Much 18· 1902- Be a aaaety ua smc me Home are ameaaa of the was """“‘°* °'°‘ "” States of America in Congress assembled, mt the Secretary of the §,{§§‘§,,‘}0P°"g°· Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to William C. Dodge, of Washington, District of Columbia, the sum of ten thousand do lars, for a eartridgedoadin machine furnished by him to the United States upon an order from the Ordnance Department, and for the use of his invention of the same, and of the patent therefor, dated July seventeenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, and for his improvement in cartridges, patented July fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty-tive, and for the infringement of his said patents by the United States; which said sum of ten thousand dollars shall be in full satisfaction of aH claims for such use and infringements and for the relinquishment of all right to claim any further compensation for the use of the same by the United States. Approved, March 18, 1902. CHAP. 226.-An Act For the relief of Louis Weber. umn ”· lm- Prlvate, No. H9. Be it enacted by the Senate and Housee(¢;fRepresentatices of the United [ 1 be 1 States of America in Congress assembl , That Louis Webe1·, of Fan- K?,;;:?,,,?' quicr Springs, Virginia, be and he is hereby, declared to be entitled V°·1°·PP·°"5· 57**- to the bene ts of the Acts of August fourth and fifth, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, as to reenlistmentdp-ay during his last service, from August twengy-fifth, eighteen hun ed and sixty-four, to July ninth, cig teen hun red and sixty-seven, in the United States Marine Corps. Approved,_March 18, 1902. cnn. seo.-An Aa For me rene: or James M. smdimg. ¤·*¤¤ ¤°· ***2- Prlvate, No. 180. Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofR¥n<esentati*ves of the United [ M mmm] States of America in Con ress assembled, That James M. Stradling `{Hg':,, Qecom 5,% shall be held and considered to have been mustered into the service of *°°°°°· the United States as a second lieutenant of the First Regiment of New J ersey Cavalry Volunteers on the sixteenth day of September, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, and that the Secretary of 'ar be, an he is