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H.R. 3538 (93rd): For the relief of Selmer Amundson.

The text of the bill below is as of Dec 31, 1974 (Passed Congress).

2386                                   PRIVATE LAW 93-106-DEC. 31, 1974               [88 STAT.

                      Private Law 93-106
December 31,1974                                        AN ACT
    [S, 2838]
                                        For the relief of Michael D. Manemaiin.

                        Be it enacted hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the
 Michael D.
                       United States of America in Congress assembled, That (a) in accord-
                      ance with conclusions of the Report of the Review Panel, filed Octo-
                      ber 10, 1973, pursuant to sections 1492 and 2509 of title 28, United
                      States Code, in Congressional Reference Case Numbered 3-71, before
                      the Chief Commissioner of the Court of Claims, entitled "Michael D.
                      Manemann against The United States," the Secretary is authorized
                      and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise
                      appropriated, to Michael D. Manemann, a former military dependent,
                      the sum of $27,000, in full satisfaction of all claims (including those
                      for lost earnings, pain and suffering, and residual disability) of the
                      said Michael D. Manemann against the United States resulting from
                      the actions occurring overseas, of medical personnel of the United
                      States Air Force who, it was found, in 1962 negligently failed to diag-
                      nose the existence of tuberculosis, at which time X-rays then taken
                      showed a suspicious condition which should have led to further studies
                      and to treatment which would probably have then obviated the need
                      for surgery which was subsequently undertaken upon the discovery of
                      advanced tuberculosis in 1965.
                         (b) 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 December 3 1 , 1974.

                      Private Law 93-107
December 3 1 , 1974
                                                          AN ACT
  [H. R. 3538]                             For the relief of Selmer Amundson.

                         Be it enacted hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the
   Seltner Amund-     United States of America in Congress assembled, That, for purposes
son; Social Secur-    of determining the entitlement of Selmer Amundson, of Albert Lea,
ity Act, amend-
ment.                 Minnesota, to disability insurance benefits under section 223 of the
  42 use 423.         Social Security Act (and to the establishment of a period of disabilitv
  42 use 416.         under section 216(i) of such Act) on the basis of his wages and self-
                      employment income, the tax returns of the said Selmer Amundsen's
                      self-employment income for the years 1964 through 1968 (which were
                      filed in 1971 following discovery of the wrongful failure of his account-
                      ant to file them when due) shall each be deemed to have been filed
                      before the expiration of the applicable time limitation as defined in
  42 use 405.         section 205(c) (1) (B) of such Act, and such self-employment income
                      shall accordingly be included in the records of the Secretary of Health,
                      Education, and Welfare as provided in section 205(c) (4) (C) of such
  42 use 418.            SEC. 2. Section 218 (p) (1) of the Social Security Act is amended
                      by inserting "Montana," immediately after "Maryland,".
                          Approved December 31, 1974.