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STATUTES AT LARGE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF CONGRESS
IN TWO PARTS
PART 1–Public Acts and Resolutions.
PART 2–Private Acts and Resolutions, Concurrent Resolutions
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The original of every act printed in this volume from page 1295 to page 1300, inclusive, has the following heading:
SEVENTY-THIRD CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA;
BEGUN AND HELD AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON on THURSDAY, THE NINTH DAY OF MARCH, ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-THREE
The original of every act and joint resolution printed in this volume from page 1301 to
BEGUN AND HELD AT THE CITY of WASHINGTON on WEDNESDAY, the THIRD DAY OF JANUARY, ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FOUR
All bills and joint resolutions presented to the President of the United States bear the signatures of the Speaker (or of the Speaker pro tempore) of the House of Representatives and of the Vice President and President of the Senate (or of the President of the Senate pro tempore); those signatures accordingly appear on the originals of all acts and joint resolutions.
The signature of the President of the United States appears on the originals of all approved acts and joint resolutions.
The original of every act and joint resolution has endorsed thereon a certificate of origin, signed, as the case may be, by the Clerk of the House of Representatives or by the Secretary of the Senate and reading “I certify that this Act (or Joint Resolution) originated in the House of Representatives (or Senate).” The origin of each act and resolution contained in this volume is indicated in the margin at the beginning of each enactment; thus, for example, H.R. 890 or H.J. Res. 61 indicates origin in the House of Representatives; and S. 151 or S.J. Res. 117 indicates origin in the Senate.
FIRST SESSION, 1933
Page. Francis R. Sanchez. AN ACT Confirming the claim of Francis R. Sanchez, and for other purposes.
March 23, 1933. 1295 Colonial Realty Company. AN ACT Providing for an exchange of lands between the Colonial
Realty Company and the United States, and for other purposes---March 23, 1933. 1295 Holy Family Hospital, Saint Ignatius, Mont. AN ACT For the relief of the Holy Family Hospital, Saint Ignatius, Montana.
March 24, 1933 1296
right of way to the Alameda Belt Line across the Benton Field Military Reserva-
March 24, 1933. 1296
March 24, 1933_
1297 Agnes M. Angle. AN ACT For the relief of Agnes M. Angle.-
March 28, 1933.
1298 Daisy Anderson. AN ACT For the relief of Daisy Anderson.
March 28, 1933. 1298 W. H. Hendrickson. AN ACT For the relief of W. H. Hendrickson. March 28, 1933.. 1298 A. Y. Martin. AN ACT For the relief of A. Y. Martin.
March 28, 1933.. 1299
Diego, California, by the United States, and the transfer by the Secretary of the
-June 9, 1933.. 1299
June 14, 1933. 1300 Klamath irrigation project, Calif. AN ACT Giving credit for water charges paid on damaged land
-June 14, 1933.. 1300
SECOND SESSION, 1934
Rolando B. Moffett. AN ACT For the relief of Rolando B. Moffett - February 20, 1934.. 1301
February 20, 1934. 1301
February 20, 1934. 1302
February 26, 1934. 1303
hydrographic surveyor, for the value of personal effects lost in the capsizing of a Navy
February 26, 1934. 1305
March 9, 1934.. 1305
of the United States to refund to the Farmers' Grain Company of Omaha, Nebraska,
March 9, 1934.. 1305
mac Electric Power Company of Washington, District of Columbia- March 12, 1934. 1306 C. M. Williamson, etc. AN ACT For the relief of C. M. Williamson; Mrs. Tura Liljenquist, administratrix of C. E. Liljenquist, deceased; Lottie Redman; and H. N. Smith
March 11, 1934.. 1306 Warren J. Clear. AN ACT For the relief of Warren J. Clear..
March 13, 1934.. 1307 86637°34II