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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1907 - Session laws
 

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Contents

Helen A Frederick An act granting a pension to Helen A Frederick February 19 1906
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William H Satterthuait An act granting an increase of pension to William H Satterthwait
1492
George W Patton An act granting an increase of pension toGeorge W Patton February 51906 1460
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Stephen Ernst An act granting an increase of pension to Stephen Ernst February 19 1906
1497
Juann 3forris An act granting a pension to Joann Morris February 19 1906
1503
Hitchcock An act granting an increase of pension to William C Hitchcock Febru
1509
Benjamin Fagley An act granting an increase of pension to Benjamin Fagley February 191906
1515
Anton K Carr An act granting an increase of pension to Anson K Carr February 19 1906
1521
Francis Carey An act granting an increase of pension to Francis Carev February 19 1906
1527
Mary E Wolf An act granting an increase of pension to Mary E Wolf March 7 1906
1544
Waldo W Paine An act granting an increase of pension to Waldo W Paine March 7 1906 1649
1550
Miller An act granting a pension to Mary L Miller March 7 1906
1556
Hull An act granting an increase of pension to Mary M Hall March 7 1906
1557
Lovell An act granting an increase of pension to John L Lovell March 121906
1563
Rogers An act granting an increase of pension to Julius D Rogers March 12 1906
1569
Sarah Johnson An act granting an increase of pension to Sarah Johnson March 12 1906
1570
Street An act granting an increase of pension to George D Street March 12 1906
1576
Maria Dyer An act granting an increase of pension to Maria Dyer March 12 1906
1582
Henry S StoweU An act granting an increase of pension to Henry S Stowell March 12 1906
1584
Levi J Walton An act granting an increase of pension to Levi J Walton March 12 1906
1590
Lizzie Bremmer An act granting a pension to Lizzie Bremmer March 12 1906
1596
Peter Burns An act granting an increase of pension to Peter Burns March 19 1906
1642
Irwin An act granting an increase of pension to Adelle D Irwin March 19 1906
1648
John W Reed An act granting an increase of pension to John W Reed March 19 1906
1649
Ogle An act granting an increase of pension to Richard M Ogle March 19 1906
1655
John Connor An act granting an increase of pension to John Connor March 19 1906
1661
Smith An act granting an increase of pension to Frank D Smith March 19 1906
1662
Samuel P Bigger An act granting an increase of pension to Samuel P Bigger March 26 1906
1668
Sarah A Pitt An act granting a pension to Sarah A Pitt March 26 1906
1674
Robert McAnally An act granting an increase of pension to Robert McAnally March 26 1906
1675
Dwrney An act granting an increase of pension to Alice M Durney March 26 1906
1681
Eliza B Wilson An act granting a pension to Eliza B Wilson March 26 1906
1687
George Gaylord An act granting an increase of pension to George Gaylord March 261906
1690
William Cook An act granting an increase of pension to William Cook March 26 1906
1696
Mary Edna Cammeron An act granting a pension to Mary Edna Cammeron March 26 1906
1702
Barnes B Smith An act granting an increase of pension to Barnes B Smith March 26 1906
1703
James Hutchinson An act granting an increase of pension to James Hutchinson March 261906
1709
Aaron Everly An act for the relief of Aaron Everly April 10 1906
1715
Charles H Friend An act granting an increase of pension to Charles H Friend April 11 1906
1716
James H Hill An act granting an increase of pension to James H Hill April 11 1906
1722
Augustus Joyeux An act granting an increase of pension to Augustus Joveux April 111906
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Page 1726 - Treasury a bond in the penal sum equal to the amount of such missing bond, and the interest which would accrue thereon, until the principal thereof becomes due and payable, with two good and sufficient sureties, residents of the United States, to be approved by the Secretary of the Treasury, with condition to indemnify and save harmless the United States from any claim because of the lost or destroyed bond.

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