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74TH CONGRESS. SESS. II . CHS.573-576. JUNE 15,1936. 2321 [CHAPTER 573.] AN ACT

June 15, 1936.

For the relief of Harry L. Parker. [S.4358.] [Private, No. 620.] Be it enacted by the Se'lUJ;te and H~e of Repre8entatives ()I the United States QIAmerica in Oongress a88embled, That notwithst&nd- ~~:f~e~ ing the provisions of section 601 of the Merchant Marine Act of May 0vuthoriZed.o 22, 1928 (45 Stat. 697), the Comptroller General of the United U~IS~~.~p~o. States be, and he is hereby, authorIZed and directed to adjust and settle the claim of Harry L. Parker, of the Department of Agricul- ture, in a sum not in excess o,f $117.48, representing the amount paid by him for transportation on a vessel of foreign registry and per dIem in lieu of subsistence while traveling on said vessel, durmg the period September 7 to 11, 1934. Approved, June 15, 1936. (CHAPTER 574.] AN ACT June 15, 1936. For the relief of W. D . Reed. [8. 43511.] [Private, No. 621 .] Be it enaeted by the Senate and H0W8e of Representatives 01 the United States 01 America in Congress assembled, That notwithstand- W .. D. Reed. . . th . . f . 601fthMht'11."" A t f .\<i)ustmf'nt of ('!;um mg e prOVISIons 0 sectIOn 0 e erc an lUanne C 0 of, authorized. May 22,1928 (45 Stat. 697), the Comptroller General of the United bOIS~Pp~ States be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to adjust and ...,. . settle, out of the available balance in the appropriation "34373.27 - Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Entomology (household and stored products insects), 1934", the claim of W. D. Reed, of the Department of A~culture, in the amount of $220, re~resenting the amount paid by hIm from personal funds to the Itahan Line in settlement for transportation accomplished on a vessel of foreign registry, secured on transportation request numbered A-642907 and covering official travel, authorized by and in the interest of tile Government, from New York to Athens, Greece., during the period July 14 to July 29, 1933. Approved, June 15, 1936. [CHAPTER 575.] AN ACT For the relief of Ruth Edna Reavis (now Horsley). June 1.5 , 1936. [S.4374.] [PrIvate, No. 622.) Be it enaxJted by the Senate and IIouse of Rep1'esentatives 01 the United States ()f America in Oongress a8senihled That the statutory Ruth Edna Hor~ley. 'od f . h fBifIW .' . RE Statutory penod, perl 0 entryInt ecase0 u a 0, YOrnIng, 030423, uth dna homestead entry of, ex- !leavis (now Horsley), is extended two years to permit the fulfill- te.Dded. ment of necessary residence and improvement requirements on the land. Approved, June 15, 1936. [CHAPTER 576.] AN ACT

June 15, 193/l.

For the relief of the Indiana Limestone Corporation. [S.4379.) [Private, No. 623.1 Be it e1UlCted by the Senate and H~e 01 Representatives of the United States 01 America in Oongres8 a8sembled, That the Secretary Indjan~ LilllP~lOne of the Treasury be" and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, c~~::!~tnio. out of any money m the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the