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1578 SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. CHS. 333, 334. 1925. aforesaid; Mrs. S. Satton, of Houston, Texas, $2,500, as compensation for loss by death of her husband, S. Satton, killed by United States soldiers, aforesaid· Mrs. Horace Moody, of Houston, Texas, $2,500, as compensation for loss by death of her husband, Horace _ Moody, killed by United States soldiers, aforesaid; ’William J. Drucks, of Houston, Texas, $2,500, as compensation for personal injuries indicted by United States soldiers, aforesaid; Mrs. E. J. Meinecke, of Houston, Texas, $2,500, as compensation for loss b death of her husband, E. J. Meinecke, killed y United States sol}; diers, aforesaid; Mrs. C. W. Wriglht, of Houston, Texas, $2,500, as compensation for loss by death of er husband, C. W. Wright,·killed b United States soldiers, aforesaid; G. W. Butcher, of Houston, 'lqnxas, $1,000, as compensation for personal injuries indicted by United States soldiers, aforesaid; T. Binford, of Houston, Texas, $1,000, as compensation for personal injuries indicted by United States soldiers, aforesaid; Mary E. Winkler, of Houston, Texas, $1,000, as compensation for loss by death of her son, Fred J. Winkler, ldlled b United States soldiers, aforesaid; Mrs. F. H. Shurbet, of Houston, Texas, $1,000, as compensation for loss by death of her son, Earl Finlay, killed by United States soldiers, aforesaid; W. H. Burkett, of Houston Texas $500, as compensation for Apersonal injuries indicted by United States soldiers, aforesaid; W. . Wise, of Houston, Texas $250, as compensation for personal injuries indicted by United States soldiers, aforesaid; Miss Alma Reichart, of Houston, Texas, $250, as compensation for personal injuries indicted by United States soldiers, aforesaid; J amos Edward Lyon, of ouston, Texas, $2,500, as compensation for personal injuries indicted by United States soldiers, aforesaid. “’*"°*"`“‘“"" "'· Each and all of the above said sums are hereby appropriated for said purpose out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise , appropriated. ,,,_*§,.,*?°,,,Q'§f"· °"‘* '°“ Sec. 2. That no part of the amount of any item appropriated in this bill in excess o 5 per centum thereof shall be paid) or delivered to or received by any agent or agents, attorney or attorneys, on ac- _ count of services rendered or advances made in connection with said _ Qmzging mm, claim: Provided, That it shall be unlawful for any agent or agents, ¤¤¤>¤¤* ¤¤i¤w*¤*· attorney or attorneys, to exact, collect, withhold or receive any sum which in the aggregate exceeds 5 per centum of the amount of any item appropriated in this bill on account of services rendered or Penalty M ml _ advances made in connection with said claim, any contract to the mms. ° contrary notwithstanding. Any person violating the provisions of this Act hall be deemed ilty o a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be dnefin any sum not exceeding $1,000. Approved, February 25, 1925. F°i’1l;lnizi@i%` CHAP. 334.—An Act For the relief of Byron S. Adams. [Private, No. 195.] _ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the §§.§’,‘§‘,,Zgi",,‘?"“"“· United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Comptroller General of the United States is hereby authorized and allowed to pay to Byron S. Adams, printer, Washington, District of Columbia, the sum of $2,036.80, bein equitably due for printing furnished the Ordnance Department, United States Army, under contract dated June 21, 1919, and supplemental contracts dated October 18, 1919, and December 26, 1919, and which account now stands disa1· lowed on the books of the General Accounting Office. Approved, February 25, 1925.