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SIXTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 292-294, 298. 1916. 1351 CHAP. 292.—An Act Author' and ' Secre f Treasury to A t 7. 1916- credit the stamp account of Isaac i£z%’Ll:grousejl<ilr>`;l:e1::i;1c%· lbs the sewtizhytliiindtxmal-revenue [EtF§‘ 13°27·l district, in the sum of $14,570.42. _ [Private, Ne. 82.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re esentatieves cj the United States of America in Congress assembled, Thht the Secretary of the §’*,§,R·,?,"°,‘j,s,‘j,,¤B, Treasury be, and he is ereb , authorized and directed to credit r¤v¤¤¤¤ ==¤>¤¤¤¤¢¤- the stamp account of Isaac R. &>rouse, collector for the seventh internal-revenue district, in the sum of $14,570.42, being the represents.- tive value of certain internal-revenue stamps whic were taken by an act of b lary on the night of October seventeenth, nineteen hundred anldlgfteen, from the safe in which the same had been properly deposited while in the care and custody of said collector. Approved, August 7, 1916. CHAP. 293.-An Act For the relief of the J . L. da Reza Estate, Incorporated, of Alglgulii iiiigsiil Elk Grove, California. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re esentatioes of the United ;_ L, mum seat., States of America in Congress assembled, Tggt the Secretary of the mgdmd 0, imml Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to refund to revenue ems. the J . L. da Rosa Estate, Incorporated, of Elk Grove, California, the M"' p' m' sum of $1,158, being the internal-revenue taxes paid on twenty barrels of grape brandy destroyed by fire on the evening of November eighteenth, nineteen hundred and eleven, and while stored in the designated place of deposit on the distillery premises in the custody! of an officer of internal revenue and before being stamped with speci bonded warehouse stamps permitting removal to bonded warohome. Approved, August 7, 1916. 1 . CRAP. 294.—Joint Resolution Authorizing and the Secretary of the {11iffgiisiaZé.1i)si1 Treasury to credit the :ount of Joseph J._ Scott, as co ector of reve- nue of the first collection ct of Cahforma, mthesum of $$10, being thergosentative value of certain internal-revenue special-tax stamps which were lost m the office of the said collector. Resolved by the Senate and House ozf Rergqesentatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, at the Secretary of the *`,,%§im,,, Treasury be, and he is herebgé authorized and directed to credit the revenue accounts. stamp account of Joseph J. ott, as collector of internal revenue of the first collection district of California, in the sum of $300, being the re resentative value of certain internal—revenue bowling alley and billiard table special-tax stamps which were lost from the office of said collector during the rush of business incident to the collection of the Y { special taxes imposed by the Act of Congress dated October twergy ‘°‘·3°·¥’· 7*** second, nineteen hundred and fourteen, it having been defini y ascertained that the same have never been issued. Approved, August 7, 1916. A 128,1916. CHAP. 298,-An Act For the relief of J amee Houyde. ;§ui2. sass.1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Itlegresentatives of the United ggiyzeiq States of America in Congress assembled, _ at the Secretary of the dggggn ¤°· f¤¤‘ Treasury be, and he is herebv, authorized and directed to pay to ` James Houyde, of Morton, W'ashin§ton, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriate , the sum of $858, to compensate him for dam es on account of the death of his son, Joseph Houyde, who wasagilled in the line of his duty while an employee