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74TH CONGRESS. SESS. I. CH. 537. AUGUST 14, 1985. 2137 SEC. 12. That the Comptroller General of the United States be, N~ A. Mao- and he is hereby, authorized and directed to allow credit in the accounts of William A. MacNicholl, major, Finance DeF.- rtment, the sum of $145.70, representing public funds for which he is accountable, being payment of mileage and ex~enses to an officer of the Army traveling on orders of the War Department, which now stand as disallowances on the books of the General Accounting Office. SEC. 13. That the Comptroller General of the United States be, Arthur o. Walsh. and he is hereby, authorIzed and directed to allow credit in the accounts of Arthur O. Walsh, captain, Finance Department, the sum of $84.60, representing public funds for which he IS accountable and which comprise minor errors in computation of pay and allowances due milita~ personnel who are no longer in the service of the United States, whIch now stands as disallowances on the books of the General Accounting Office. SEC. 14 . That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, ~=:.~rown. authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to Austin H. Brown, major, Finance Department, the sum of $46.58, being the amount he has refunded to the United States on account of disallowances in his account as a disbursing officer. SEC. 15. That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, c:~exa:g: Irhn Mt. authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury B;nllton' ta to not otherwise appropriated, to Alexander T. McCone, first lieuten- aymen . ant, Field Artillery, $124; and to John C. Hamilton, first lieutenant, Cavalry, $132, bemg the amounts originally paid to them by dis- bursing officers of the Army and which amounts they have refunded to the United States by reason of disallowances by the Comptroller General of the United States, covering traveling expenses while studying foreign languages in Europe under proper orders of the 'Var Department. SEC. 16. That the Comptroller General of the United States be, Fred W. Boschen. and he is hereby, authorized and directed to credit the accounts of Fred 'V. Boschen, lieutenant colonel, Finance Department, United States Army, in the sum of $1165.58, being payments made by him to officers of the Regular Army for traveling expenses and disallowed by the Comptroller General. SEC. 17. That the Comptroller General of the United States be, ~~ by de.'!lg- and he is hereby, authorized and directed not to require refund from ~~V~l ex:sns:~er~'::i the following-named officers of the Army of amounts originally paid required. them by a disbursing officer of the Army covering traveling expenses while studying foreign languages in Europe under proper orders of the War Department, which amounts were later disallowed by the Comptroller General: Thomas G. Pe~n, major, Cavalry, $236.60; Leo V. Warner, captain, Field ArtIllery, $235.60 2 Francis B. Valentine, first lieutenant, Air Corp~ $132; and RegInald W. Hubbell, first lieutenant, Quartermaster Corps, $561.38 . SEC. 18. That the Comptroller General of the United States be, dlfi:-~~r~~'d~b:!: and he is hereby, authorized and directed to credit in the accounts ingotIicers. of the following disbursing officers of the Army of the United States the amounts set opposite their names: Herbert Baldwin, captain. Finance Department, $10; Philip G. Blackmore, major, Ordnance Department, $11.70; Jerome Clark, major, Finance Department, $10.05; Edward T. Comegys, major, Finance Department, $97.31; John M. Connor, first lieutenant, Finance Department, $29; Edward Dworak, major, Finance Department, $40.44; Frank F. Fulton, cap- tain, Finance Department, $68.40; John B. Harper, major, Finance Department, $5.45; Laurence V. Houston, captain, Field Arti11{lry,