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2186 OUo W. Oralund. Cad Halla. Peter H8I1SeII. 74TH CONGRESS. SESS. I. CH. 537. AUGUST 14, 1935. amount was disallowed by the Comptroller General of the United S~~. . SEC. 4 . That the Comptroller General of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorIzed and directed to credit in the accounts of Otto W. Gralund, major, Finance Department, the sum of $73.80, public funds for which he is accountable and which were paid to a former officer of the United States covering commutation of quar- ters and from whom it is impossible to make collection. SEC. 5. That the Comptroller G~neral of the p~ited States be, and he is hereby, authorIzed and dIrected to credIt In the accounts of Carl Halla, major, Finance Department, the sum of $323.48, public funds for which he is accountable and which were paid Major (then captain) Maurice L. Miller, Infantry, covering loss of per- sonal pr~perty and whose claim was approved by the Acting Secre- tary of War on August 6, 1925, and disallowed by the Comptroller General of the United States. SEC. 6 . That the Comptroller General of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to credit in the accounts of Peter Hanses, captain, Quartermaster Corps, the sum of $43.80, public funds for which he is accountable and which were paid to fourteen Citizens' Military Training Camp students covering mile- age from their homes to Camp Harry J. Jones, Arizona, collection of which amount cannot be effected. ThomuB.Kennedy. SEC. 7 . That the Comptroller General of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to credit in the accounts of Thomas B. Kennedy, captain (retired), Finance Department, the sum of $58.50, public funds for which he is accountable and which were paid to twelve Reserve Officers' Training Corps and Citizens' Military Training Camp students on account of mileage from their homes to Fort Sheridan, Illinois, collection of which amount cannot now be effected. Edwin 1. O'Hara. SEC. 8 . That the Comptroller General of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorIzed and directed to credit in the accounts of Edwin J. O'Hara, major, Finance Department, the sum of $86.26, public funds for which he is accountable and which were paid to Howard S. Miller, lieutenant colonel, Coast Artillery Corps, cover- ing mileage under proper orders of the "War Department and which payment was disallowed by the Comptroller General of the United States. Edwin M. Lawton. SEC. 9 . That the Comptroller General of the United States be, and he is hereby, authorIzed and directed to credit in the accounts of Edwin M. Lawton, disbursing clerk, War Department, the SUIll of $38.611. public funds for which he is accountable and which were paid to James R. Kyle, a civilian employee of the Quartermaster General's Office, and disallowed by the Comptr'JIler General of the United States. Frank B. Strunk. Payment to. SEC•. 10. That ~he Secretary of the Treasury be, a!ld he is hereby, authorIzed ~nd dlrecte~ to pay, o,ut of any money III the Treasury not otherWIse approprIated, to I· rank B. Strunk, former priYate, Battery C, Three Hundred and Thirty-seventh Regiment Field Artillery, the sum of $44.75, being t~e amo~mt .he has paid for one second LIberty Loan bond by deductIon from Ius pay as an enlisted man and which bond was lost in the mails. Clarence M. Exley. SEC. 11. That the Comptroller General of the United States be and he is hereby, authorized and directed to allow credit in th~ accounts of Clarence :M. Exley, major, Finance Department the sum of $22.56, representing public funds for which he is acc~untable being payment of mileage of two officers of the Army travelinO' OJ; orders of the War Department, which now stands as disallowa"'nces on the books of the General Accounting Office.