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H.R. 11847 (93rd): A bill for the relief of certain fire districts and departments in the State of Missouri to compensate them for expenses relating to a fire on Federal property.


The text of the bill below is as of Jan 2, 1975 (Passed Congress).


2392                                        PRIVATE LAW 93-119-JAN. 2, 1975                      [88   STAT.

                        Private Law 93-119
 January 2 , 1975                                            AN A C T
  [H. R . 1 0 8 2 7 ]
                                                For the relief of Kiyonao Okanii.

                           Be it enacted by the Senate wtid House of Representatives of the
 Kiyonao                United States of America in Congress assembled^ That for the pur-
Okami.
                        poses of computing the retirement annuity due Kiyonao Okami, of
                        Dublin, Ireland, under section 821(a) of the Foreign Service Act of
                        1946 (22 LT.S.C. 1076(a)), his promotion to step one of class 3 shall
                        be deemed to have taken effect on May 19, 1968, if he pays any addi-
                        tional contributions within six months after the date of enactment of
                        this Act which may be required by section 811 of such Act (22 U.S.C.
                        1071) because of the effective date of such promotion. However, he
                        shall not have to pay any such contributions for the time period
                        beginning on the date of his retirement from the Foreign Service
                        through the date on which he receives the first increased annuity pay-
                        ment resulting from such promotion. The said Kiyonao Okami shall
                        be given the option to increase the survivor election he made at retire-
                        ment up to the maximum amount possible on the increased annuity
                        authorized by this Act. The increased annuity payments resulting from
                        such promotion shall be effective beginning with the first annuity pay-
                        ment after the month in which he makes the additional contribution
                        provided by the first sentence of this Act.
                           Approved January 2, 1975.


                        Private Law 93-120
January 2 , 1975                                              AN A C T
  [H. R , 1 1 8 4 7 ]   F o r t h e relief of certain fire districts and departments in the State of Missouri
                                  to compensate them for expenses relating to a fire on Federal property.

                          Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
   Cert aid d'r   ^r' ^^^^'^^^^ States of America in Congress assembled^ That tlie Secretary
tricts
ments , Mo.       ""^" of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay, out of any money
                       in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to each of the following
                       fire departments and fire districts in the State of Missouri the sum
                       indicated thereafter:
                               (1) City of Berkeley Fire Department, the sum of $546.36.
                               (2) Black Jack Fire Protection District, the sum of $220.52.
                               (3) City of Brentwood Fire Department, the sum of $85.40.
                               (4) Chesterfield Fire Protection District, the sum of $90.28.
                               (5) City of Clayton Fire Department, the sum of $97.60.
                               (6) Community Fire Protection District, the sum of $11,250.51.
                               (7) Creve Coeur Fire Protection District, the sum of $1,843.58.
                               (8) Eureka Fire Protection District, the sum of $117.12.
                               (9) City of Ferguson Fire Department, the sum of $158.60.
                               (10) City of Hazlewood Fire Department, the sum of $183,00.
                               (11) City of Kirkwood Fire Department, the sum of $583.88.
                               (12) City of Ladue Fire Department, the sum of $87.84.
                               (13) Maryland Heights Fire Protection District, the sum of
                            $2,492.60.
                               (14) Mehlville Fire Protection District, the sum of $214.72.
                               (15) Moline Fire Protection District, the sum of $48.80.
                               (16) Normandy Fire Protection District, the sum of $628.00.
                               (17) City of Olivette Fire Department, the sum of $484.24.
                               (18) Pattonville Fire Protection District, the sum of $390.40.
                               (19) Robertson Fire Protection District, the sum of $1,190.72.

88 STAT. ] PRIVATE LAW 93-122-JAN. 2, 1975 2393 (20) City of Kock Hill Fire Department, the sum of $213.24. (21) City of Saint Charles Fire Department, the sum of $407.48. (22) Saint Charles Township Fire Protection District, the sum of $6.00. (23) City of Saint Louis Fire Department, the sum of $219.60. (24) Spanish Lake Fire Protection District, the sum of $58.56. (25) City of University City Fire Department, the sum of $412.92. (26) City of Webster Groves Fire Department, the sum of $126.88. (27) Wellston Fire Protection District, the sum of $975.80. (28) West Overland Fire Protection District, the sum of $2,264.22. The payment of each such sum shall be in full satisfaction of all losses and expenses incurred by each such fire district or department in connection with fighting the fire at the United States General Services Administration's Military Personnel Records Center in Overland, Missouri, from July 12 to July 16, 1973. Approved January 2, 1975. Private Law 93-121 AN ACT January 2 , 1975 [H. R . 1 3 8 6 9 ] For the relief of Carl C. Strauss and Mary Ann Strauss. Be it enacted hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congi'ess assembled, That the Secretary Carl C . and lary Ann S t r a u s s , of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to Carl C. Strauss and Mary Ann Strauss (husband and wife) of Mount Pleasant, Michigan, the sum of $3,634.50 in full settlement of all their claims against the United States for reimbursement of expenses incurred in clearing title to land which had been improperly transferred to certain predecessors in interest by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of the Interior. SEC. 2. No part of the amount appropriated in this Act in excess of $867 thereof shall be paid or delivered to or received by any agent or attorney on account of services rendered in connection with such claim, and the same shall be unlawful, any contract to the contrary notwithstanding. Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding $1,000. Approved January 2, 1975. Private Law 93-122 AN ACT January 2, 1975 For the relief of Judith E. Sterling. [H. R. 14461] Be it enacted hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, for the pur- Judith E . Sterling. poses of section 101(a) (27) (B) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, Judith E. Sterling shall be held and considered to be a returning 8 u s e 1101 . resident alien. Approved January 2, 1975.