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2156 74TH CONGRESS. SESS. I. CHS. 590,601. ACGUST 20,21,1935. (CHAPTER 1590.1 AN ACT (Private, No. 240 .) For the relief of the widow of Ray Sutton. Be it entWted by the Senate and House of Representatit'e81m~M ~8uUOD.. United State8 01 Atnerica in Congre8s a8sembled, That in the a n- _~~:i istration of the Act entitled "An Act to J>rovide compensation for ~to ~~7::: employees of the United States suffering mjuries while in the per- u. 8, C., p':'f.Oo, • formance of their duties, and for other pUl])OSeS ", approved Septem- Back payments. ber 7, 1916, as amended, Ray Sutton, a United States prohibition officer who disappeared without further trace on August 28, 1930. shall be held and considered to have been killed on August 28, 1930, while in the performance of his duties as such officer; and the United States Employees' Compensation Commission is authorized and directed to pay to the WIdow of the said Ray Sutton compensation for his death in the manner and to the extent provided in such Act. as amended. Such compensation shall be payable from August 28, 1930, and shall be paid out of funds heretofore or hereafter appro- priated for the payment of awards under the provisions of such Ac~ as amended. ~~: retire- SEC. 2. That in the administration of the Civil Service Retirement Vol, te. Po.: Act af May 29, 1930, as amended and supplemented, the said Ray u,8.c., p.01. Sutton shall be held and considered to have been killed on August 28, 19301 while in the ~rformance of his duties as such officer; and the Ulllted States CIvil Service Commission is authorized and directed to pay to the person or persons whom such Commission determines, pursuant to such Act, to be entitled thereto, the total amount or deductions made from the salary of the said Ray Sutton pursuant to such Act, as amended, together with interest on such deductions, as provided in such Act, to the date of enactment of this Act. ~::::"'of salarJ SEC. 3. The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay to Mrs. Ray Sutton upon presentation by her to the Treasury Department, two Treasury checks payable to the order of said Ray Sutton in the amounts of $92.95 and $152.32 for salary and expenses, respectively, of the said Ray Sutton for the last half of August 1930. Such checks shall be paid out of funds in the Treasury placed to the credit of the said Ray Sutton ill the account designated' outstanding liabilities." Approved, August 20, 1935. (CHAPTER 601.] AN ACT August 21. 19311. -r.n::~(SS••=:.::2488

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[Private, No. 251.] Division of Investigation, Department of Justice, and operative in the Secret Service Division, Department of the Treasury, killed in line of duty. Be it enacted by the Senate and House 01 Representatives of tllt' v~~:,esTarmstroBot (talk):!~nP~f United States 01 America in Oongres.'t assembled, That the Secretary JUP~~ments to wl(lows of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to of certain special agents, pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. killed in line of duty, the sum of $5,000 each to the following-nameci widows of an inspector and certain special agents of the Division of Investigation of the Department of Justice killed in line of their official duties: LaVon C. Cowley, widow of Inspector Samuel P. Cowley, killed near Chicago, November 28, 1934; Regina Caffrey. widow of Raymonll J. Caffrey, ~pel.'ial ugl'nt, killed at Kansas City, Missouri, June 17, 1933; •