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2102 74TH CONGRESS. SESS. I . CHS. ;~85, 388, 389 .•fUr... Y 17, 18,1935. [CHAPTER 385.] AN ACT July 17, 1935. [S.377 .) To grant to the Utah Gilsonite Company the right to usc a water well on certain [Privatp, No. 137.) public lands ill Utah. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the nah Oilsonite Com- United States of America in Oongress assC1nbled, That the 'Utah pa~rght to use certain Gilsonite Company, a Missouri corporation doing business in the water well granted. State of Utah, be~ and it is hereby, granted the right to use the water well now held by It on the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section 20, township 9 south, range 24 east, Salt Lake meridian, in Uintah County, Utah, for the purpose of supplying water for culinary and other beneficial purposes to its camp about two miles Condition. distant, and so much land around said well, not exceeding five acres, as needed for the protection and use thereof, upon condition that the Company pay to the United States through the register of the Salt Lake City district land office a yearly rental of $5, the first payment to be made within sixty days after the passage of this Act, and annually thereafter on the anniversary date hereof, and the con- tinued use of the well for the purpose of supplying water t,-, its Prp OI'U nal ' to. f'1 camp: Provided, That, upon failure to comply with said conditions, e y upon al ure •h f1f . . df' IS to comply. or elt er 0 t lem, or a continuous perlO 0 one year, t 1e ecretary July 18. 1935. [So :m.) [Private, No--:1as.1 Lillian O. Frost. Payment to. July 18, Il)35. [II.R.3512.) [Private, No.-i3H .r - II. B . Arnold. Payment to. of the Interior may by appropriate proceedings declare said right forfeited and terminate the same. Approved, July 17, 1935. [CHAPTER 388.] AN ACT For the relief of Lillian G. Frost. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repr('sentath'('8 of t"he United States of America in Oongress allsembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay to Lillian G. Frost, mother of Franklin Blaine Frost, late vice consul and third secretary, Department of State, the sum of $3,500, being one year's salary of her deceased son, who died while in the Foreign Service; and there is hereby authorized to be a ppropriated, nut of any money in 'the Treusury not otherwise appropriated, a sufficient sum to carry out the purpose of this Act. Apl}rOved, July 18, 1935. [CHJ.PTER 389.] AN ACT For the relief of H. B . Arnold. Be it ena.cted by the Senate and H(YI18e of Rcp-resenfafi1l es of the United States of America in Congress all8e7nbled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed tOlay. (lut of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriate . to H. B . Arnold, of Saint Simons Island, Glynn County, Georgia, the sum of $500 in full settlement of all claims against the Government for damages as the result of a pilot on a United States naval mal"illt' plane on .lanuary 6, 1932, at Saint Simons Island golf course. negli- gently flying too low and thereby breaking and -causing- to' fall fl high voltage electric power wire in which said H. B . Arnold becanw tl~·t:~tion on attor- ('ntangled without ne~ligence on his part: PrO/'iderl. That no part of ney's, etc., ref'S. the amount approprIated in this Act in excess of 10 per centum thereof shall be paid or delivered to or receiv~d by any agent 01' agents, attorney or attorneys, on account of serV1res rendel'ed in con- nection with saId claim. It shall be unlawful for any agent or agents,