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74TH CONGRESS. SESS. I . CHS.819-821. AUGUST 29, 1985. 2203 [CHAPTER 819.] AN ACT Auaust2ll.11lU. For the relief of John S. Cannell, deceased. lB. R . la'16.) [Private, No. 361 .) Be it e'lt.Mttd by the S6'n4te tmd HOUBe ot Representative8 of the United States 01 A1'I1Mica in Oongress aBsemlJled, That in the admin- =t!,.c::!l' cor- istration of any laws conferring rights, privileges, and benefits noted. upon honorably dischar~ soldIers, their widows or dependent relatives, John S. Cannell, late of the Provisional Military Police Company, First Depot Division, American Expeditionary Forces, shall be held and considered to have died on the 12th da:y of Septem- ber 1918 as a member of said organization, and that hlS death was in the line of duty and was not the result of his own misconduct: Pro'Vided, That no bounty, back pay, pension or allowance shall ~paJ'etc. accrue as a result of the I>assage of thlS Act, except what may accrue by reason of the World War Adjusted Compensation Act. Approved, August 29, 1935. [CHAPTER 820.] AN ACT For the relief of Herman W. Bensel. August 29, 1935. [II. R . 3109.) [Private, No. 352 .] Be it e'fUMttti by the Senate mul HO'UIJe of Representatives of the United States of America in Oo-ngre8s aBsemhled, That in the admin- J.Ir:~D~ istration of any laws conferring rights, privileges, and benefits upon rected. honorably discharged soldiers Herman W. Bensel, who served as a sergeant in Company H, One Hundred and Fifty-sev.enth Infantry, shall hereafter be held and considered to have been honorably dis- charged from the military service of the United States as a member of that organization on or about the 25th day of April 1918 : Provided, :7o~it pay, et~. That no back pay, pension, or allowance shall be held to have accrued prior to the passage of this Act. Approved, August 29, 1935. [CHAPTER 821.1 AN ACT For the relief of Clarence F. Johson. August 29, 1935. [B. R . 5558.] (Private, No. 353 .] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congres8 as8embled, That the President ~larence F. ~0'QD. of the United States is hereby authorized to summon Clarence F. Ar~ymre=board~ Jobson, late captain of the Quartermaster Corps, Regular Army, :~~!::~~.ition before a retiring board to inquire whether, at the time of his dis- charge, Decemoor 26, 1922, he was incapacItated for active service, and whether such incapacity was a result of an incident of service, and if, as a result of such inquiry, it is found that he was so inca- pacitated, the President is authorized to nominate and a,ppoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, the said Clarence F. Jobson a captain of the Quartermaster Corps and place him imme- diately thereafter upon the retired list of the Army with the same privileges and retired pay as are now or may hereafter be provided b! law or re~lation for officers of the Regular Army: Provided, l"'roNo. That the said Clarence F. Jobson shall not be entitled to any back No back pay, etc. payor allowances by the passage of this Act. Approved, August 29, 1935. l04019' -;:6-PT 11-11