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SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cris. 271, 294-296. 1925. 1575 out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the heirs of Agnes Ingels, deceased, late of Lexington, entucky, the sum of $1,000, in full settlement against the overnment, for injuries occasioned to the said Agnes Ingels while a visitor at Hot Springs, Arkansas, by the negligent operation of United States Government motor truck numbered twenty-five thousand nine hundred and sixty-seven while said truck was in the care and custody of and being driven by an enlisted man of the United States Army · under the orders of his superior officer. Approved, February 19, 1925. CHAP. 294.-An Act To permit—the correction of the general account of Fel);-Ilait¥;iédi25° Robert G. Hilton, former Assistant Treasurer of the United States. [Private No. 187.1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the _ United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary §{’§§§?,,?,g,§{f§§ ,,,_ of the Treasury and the Comptroller General of the United States be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to credit in the accounts ogg the 'llgreasurer of tihehUm§t?ied Sgsithes 2}:; sum 0,% $32,000, now carri in the accounts o the 0 ce o e istant reasurer of the United States at Baltimore, Maryland, and re resenting a balance due the United States from Robert G. Hiiton, former Assistant Treasurer of the United States, when the subtreasury at Baltimore was discontinued January 14, 1921, in the amount of money belonging to the United States while in the custod of said Assistant Treasurer, the loss of said money having occurredy through no fault or negligence on the art of said Assistant Treasurer; and ba{8gg;°P*i¤**°¤ *0* for this purpose the sum of §32,000 is hereby appropriated out of ` any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, February 21, 1925. CHAP. 295.-An Act For the relief of J. M. Farrell. F°i°§'T°¥ Private, No. 188. Be it enacted by the Senate and House oé Representatives of the [ 1 United States of Amerika in Congress assem Zed, That the Secretary LM- :;*{g¤· of the Treasury be, and he is ereby, authorized and directed to wm ` pay, out of any moneg in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to J. M. Farrell, of eattle, Washington, the sum_ of $2,274.03, the same being the amount withheld by the disbursing agent of the Alaska Engineering Commission on account of liquidated damages claimed for delay in delivering lumber in Alaska for said commission under Seattle purchase orders numbered D two thousand and seventy-three and D two thousand and seventy-four. Approved, February 21, 1925. February 21, 192.5. CHAP. 296.-An Act For the relief of Russell Wilmer Johnson. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives eg the __ Unite.; States of America in Congress assembled, That in the a min- ;§},,‘§§,§‘_°“ W "‘”°' istration of the pension laws Russell Wilmer Johnson, late a lands- §¤"¤1 *’¤°¤*d cm'- man-seaman in the United States Navy, shall hereafter be held and med considered to have been honorably discharged from the naval service of the United States: Provided, That_ the said Russell gzwmk mmm, \Vilmer Johnson shall not, by the passage of this Act, be entitled to any back pay or allowances. Approved, February 21, 1925.