2124 74TH CONGRESS. SESS. I . CHS. 487, 488. AUGUST 7, 1935. [CHAPTER 487.1 AN ACT [ vah!, No. 189.1 For the relief of Captain George W. Steele, Junior, United States Navy. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the ~v~ G W United StateR of America in Congress assembled, That the Comp- steeJ!: JUDior~e • troller General of the United States is hereby authorized and ~~ Of~OWed In directed to credit the accounts of Captain George W. Steele, Junior, United States Navy, in the sum of $66.45, representing the amount finally disallowed by the Comptroller General in connection with certam payments made by Captain Steele while naval attache at Paris, France, to Lieutenant J<....elix L. Johnson, United States Navy. Approved, August 7, 1935. [CHAPTER 488.] A t 7,1935. AN ACT [ra.4328.J For the relief of John L. Summers, disbursing clerk, Treasury Department, and [Private, No.1iilfr for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and HO'I.l8e of Representatives of the ~:!. ~1s.ln United State8 of America in Oongress assembled, That the Comp- troller General of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorized John L. SUJDJDerII. and directed to allow in the accounts of John L. Summers, disbursing clerk, Treasury Department, sums aggregating $888.96 now stand- ing as disallowances in his accounts with the General Accounting Office under various Treasury Department appropriations as set forth in House Document Numbered 342, Seventy-second Congress, first session. FrankWhlteandH. SEC. 2 . The Comptroller General of the United States is author- T. Tate. ized and directed to allow in the accounts of Frank 'Vhite and GuyF.AUen. H. T . Tate! former Treasurers of the United States; Guy F. Allen, Robert G. Hilton. former Actmg Treasurer of the United States; and Robert G. Hilton, former Assistant Treasurer of the United States at Baltimore, Mary- Jand, the sums of $34,899.70, $92.891 $362.42, and $126.67, respec- tively, representing unavailable fundS as set forth in House Doc- ument Numbered 342, Seventy-second Congress, first session. Blanchard Johnson SEC. 3. The Comptroller General of the United States is author- aDd otlle:s. ized and directed to settle an account to cover the claims of Blanch- ard Johnson, John Frank Rodzen, and Elizabeth Kennard in the sums of not to exceed $25.74, $26.59, and $126.67, respectively, rep- resenting unrecovered amounts due them as referred to on pages lof House Document Numbered 342, Seventy-second Congress, first session, and to certify the same to the Secretary of the Treasury for payment. notedJ=~ta~!:~~ SEC. 4 . The Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, Comptroller's oftlce. authorized and directed to adjust discrepancies in certain natiolla'l- bank note currency accounts in the office of the Comptroller of the Currency, covering the period from April 5, 1912, or immediatelY prior thereto, to November 21, 1928, as set forth in House DocumeIlt Numbered 342, Seventy-second Congress, first session, and the Treas- urer of the Unite~ Stat~s is authorized an~ directed to c~arge the sum of $27,680 agamst hIS general account WIth correspondmg credit therein to the fund for retirement of national-bank notes estab- lished by the Act of JUly 14, 1890 (26 Stat. L. 289; U. S. C., title Vol. 26, p. 289. U.S.c., p.3M. 12, sec. 122). Approved, August 7, 1935. 1 So in ol'iginal.
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