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1128 June 30, 1949 [H. R. 1136] [Private Law 137] June C .Dollar. July 2, 1949 [H. R. 750] [Private Law 138] Lee F. Bertuccioli. 39 Stat. 875 . 8U. S.C. §136(a). July 2, 1949 [H. R. 27091 [Private Law 1391 Sadao AokL June 30, 1949 PRIVATE LAWS-CHS. 291, 293, 2 9 4-July 2, 1949 [CHAPTER 291] AN ACT For the relief of June C. Dollar. [63 STAT. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay, out of funds of the District of Columbia, to June C. Dollar, Hyattsville, Maryland, the sum of $10,000. The payment of such sum shall be in full settlement of all claims of the said June C. Dollar against the District of Colum- bia on account of personal injuries sustained by him on February 28, 1942, when he was shot by a member of the Metropolitan Police force of the District of Columbia: Provided, That no part of the amount appropriated in this Act in excess of 10 per centum thereof shall be paid or delivered to or received by any agent or attorney on account of services rendered in connection with this claim, and the same shall be unlawful, any contract to the contrary notwithstanding. Any 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 June 30, 1949. [CHAPTER 293] AN ACT For the relief of Lee F. Bertuccioli. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,That the provisions of the first category of section 3 of the Immigration Act of 1917, as amended, shall not hereafter be applicable to Lee F. Bertuccioli, Farnborough, Kent, England, who served in the armed forces of the United States in World War II under the name of Lee F. Johnson, and who, because of a physical disability arising out of such service, is unable to obtain an immigration visa for admission into the United States. Approved July 2, 1949. [CHAPTER 294] AN ACT For the relief of Sadae Aokl. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the provisions of the immigration laws relating to the exclusion of aliens inadmis- sible because of race shall not hereafter apply to Sadae Aoki, the Japanese fiancee of A. George Kato, a citizen of the United States and an honorably discharged veteran of World War II, and that Sadae Aoki may be eligible for a visa as a nonimmigrant temporary visitor for a period of three months: Provided,That the administra- tive authorities find that the said Sadae Aoki is coming to the United States with a bona fide intention of being married to said A. George Kato, and that she is found otherwise admissible under the immigration laws. In the event the marriage between the above-named parties does not occur within three months after the entry of said Sadae Aoki, she shall be required to depart from the United States and upon failure to do so shall be deported in accordance with the provi- sions of sections 19 and 20 of the Immigration Act of February 5,