74'l'H CONGRESS. SESS. II. CRS. 372, 373, 375. MAY 7, 8, 1936. 2291 reimbursing the claimant for any losses or damages sustained in the matters aforesaid, and, notwithstanding section 156 of the Judicial Statute of limitation '"d h1 f' . d . h waIved. Coeort e apse0 bme,toenteradecreeorJU gmentagamstt e ~ol.36,p.1139. United States for the amount of such damages a.s may be found u. s . 0 ., p. 1263. due to said Bethlehem Fabricators, Incorporated. Approved, May 7, 1936. [CHAPTER 373.] AN ACT May 7,1936. For the relief of Edgar M. Barber, special disbursing agent, Paris, France, and ---,c~[H=c.:::.R",-,9'i-38=-=c0~']~ Leo Martinuzzi, former customs clerk. [PriYate, No. 54S.J Be it C',valeted by tILe Sen.(lite aQul House of Represevntatives of the . United States of A?neric0 in Oonqres8 a8se?nb~ed, That the Co~p- aJ.dl~~ J'};;;tin~z~iber troller General of the Umted States be, and he IS hereby, authorIzed Oreditallowedinac- and directed to 'credit the account of Edgar M. Barber, special dis- counts of. bursing agent, Paris, France, with the sum of $51.25, and the account of Leo Martinuzzi, former customs clerk, with the sum of $274.50, representing the amount of payment heretofore disallowed by the Comptroller General covering expenses incident to travel of Mr. Martinuzzi from New York City to Cherbourg, France, during the period March 1 to 8, 1930, while en route to his official station at Florence, Italy, in accordance with Treasury Department instruc- tions directing and authorizing him to return to Europe by the first available steamer. Approved, May 7, 1936. [CHAPTER 375.] AN ACT For the relief of Bernard V. Wolfe and the Dixon Implement Company. May 8,1936. [II. R. 3673. J [Private, No. 549.] Be it enacted by tILe Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Oonqres8 assembled, That the Secretary a!erh~r~ix~;' I:Zlf~ of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay, out of any money ment Oompany. e in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to Bernard V. Wolfe Payment to. the sum of $2,500 for permanent personal injuries, and to the Dixon Implement COlnpany the sum of $119.33 for damage to its tractor, in full settlement of all claims against the United States for such injuries and damage sustained when said tractor, driven by Bernard V. 'Wolfe, was struck by an airplane owned by the United States, and operated by an employee of the Department of Commerce, at the Dixon (Illinois) Airport, on September 17, 1930: Provided, That f[::ft~tion on attor- no part of the amount appropriated in this Act in excesS! of 10 per ney's , etc. , fees. centum thereof shall be paid or delivered to. 001' received by any agent or agents, attorney or attorneys, on account of services rendered in connection with said claim. It shall be unlawful for any agent or agents, attorney or attorneys, to exact, collect, withhold, or receive any sum of the amount appropriated in this Act in excess Oof 10 per centum thereof on account of services rendered in connection with said claim, any contract to the contrary notwithstanding. Any Penalty for violation. person violating the provisions of this Act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding $1,000. Approved, May 8, 1936.
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