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63 STAT.] 81ST CONG., I1 T SESS.-CHS. 131, 132 , 137-MAY 19, 24, 1949 1099 are otherwise admissible under the immigration laws. Under the Quotadeduction. enactment of this Act, the Secretary of State shall authorize the proper quota-control office to deduct two numbers from the Japanese quota for the first year said quota is available. Approved May 19, 1949. [CHAPTER 132] AN ACT For the relief of Emma Armstrong. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Comp- troller General of the United States is hereby authorized and directed to credit the account of Emma Armstrong, former acting postmaster at Maple Shade, New Jersey, in the amount of $1,473.86, such sum being postal and money-order funds lost in a burglary of the Maple Shade, New Jersey, post office, between closing time on Saturday, October 30, and opening time Monday morning, November 1, 1943, and she is hereby relieved from any liability therefor. Approved May 19, 1949. [CHAPTER 137] AN ACT To relieve certain employees of the Veterans' Administration from financial liability for certain overpayments. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the employees responsible for the excess or erroneous payments represented by the sums herein stated be, and they are hereby, relieved of financial lia- bility therefor and the Comptroller General is authorized and directed to take action to grant the said relief: Provided,That this Act shall not be construed to bar recovery of the amounts herein specified from the persons to whom and through whom such amounts have been paid: First: H. H. Milks, certifying officer at Veterans' Administration, Washington, District of Columbia, in the sum of $19.36, which amount was expended in August 1944, under symbol 11559. Second: G. O . Haynes, certifying officer at Veterans' Administra- tion, Washington, District of Columbia, in the sum of $7.58, which amount was expended in September 1943, under symbol 11559. Third: M. Meyers, certifying officer at Veterans' Administration, Washington, District of Columbia, in the sum of $10.50, which amount was expended in January 1943, under symbol 11561. Fourth: H. L . McCoy, certifying officer at Veterans' Administra- tion, Washington, District of Columbia, in the sum of $5.27, which amount was expended in October 1944, under symbol 100-3225. Fifth: D. M. Wolfe, certifying officer at Veterans' Administration, Washington, District of Columbia, in the sum of $20.47, which amount was expended in February 1946, under symbol 200-3225. Sixth: C. J. Reichert, certifying officer at Veterans' Administra- tion, New York branch of central office, in the sum of $98.39, which amount was expended from January 1 through October 31, 1943, under symbol 11564. Seventh: M. E . Head, certifying officer at Veterans' Administra- tion, Lyons, New Jersey, in the sum of $32.25, which amount was expended in September 1942, under symbol 11564. Eighth: John H. Ale, certifying officer at Veterans' Administra- tion, Dayton, Ohio, in the sum of $26.56, which amount was expended May 19, 1949 [H. R. 2710] [Private Law 661 Emma Armstrong. May 24, i949 18.6831 [Private Law 67] Veterans Adminis- tration. Relief of certain certifying officers. H. H. Milks. 0. 0. Haynes. M. Meyers. H. L . MeOoy. D. M. Wolfe. C. J. Reicbert. M. E. Head. John H. Ale.