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Title 5, Section 1912 (Supp. V); Uhley-
Title 5, Section 652; Knotts---
Title 5, Sections 851-869 (1946 Ed.); Schweizer.
Title 5, Section 863:

Blackmon,
Bryan.
Blackmar.

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Title 10, Section 456; Uhley...
Title 10, Section 861 (1952 Ed.); Mistretta..
Title 10, Sections 961-966; Uhley --
Title 25, Section 70:

Quapaw Tribe
Choctaw Nation.

Assiniboine...
Title 26, Sections 112 (b) (10) and 112 (e); Detroit-Michigan

Stove...
Title 26, Section 113 (a) (22); Detroit-Michigan Stove..
Title 26, Section 117 (a) (1); Garrett-
Title 26, Section 162; Pool and Haile-
Title 26, Section 722 (1946 Ed.); Linn Mills.
Title 28, Section 250 (1940 Ed.):

Hughes Transportation.

Assiniboine...
Title 28, Section 284 (1940 Ed.); Assiniboine..
Title 28, Sections 285 and 286 (1940 Ed.); Assiniboine..
Title 28, Section 1491 (1952 Ed.):

Remington Rand..

Atlantic Coast Line..
Title 28, Section 1505; Tee-Hit-Ton Indians.--
Title 28, Sections 2401 and 2501; Insurance Company of North

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Title 28, Section 2501:

Amundson.

Wynne---
Title 28, Section 2501 (Supp. IV, 1946 Ed.); Mistretta...
Title 28, Section 2516; Assiniboine..
Title 31, Section 74; Albin.--
Title 31, Sections 89–90; Meredith...
Title 37, Section 231 (1946 Ed. Supp. V); Hottel...
Title 40, Sections 276a and 276a-1; Poirier & McLane--
Title 41, Section 106 note:

Reltool..

Ross.
Title 41, Sections 113 and 117a; Condenser Service...
Title 41, Section 117 (1946 Ed.); Remington Rand.

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Title 46, Section 741 et seq.; Atlantic Coast Line....
Title 49, Section 1, et seq.; Hughes Transportation.-
Title 49, Section 302; Hughes Transportation..
Title 50, Section 1191 (1946 Ed. App.); Dresser.

REVISED STATUTES

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Section 1091; Assiniboine...
Sections 1246-50, 1253; Uhley -----

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INTERNAL REVENUE CODE

Sections 112 (b) (10) and (e); Detroit-Michigan Stove...
Section 117; Garrett..-
Section 162; Pool and Haile.
Section 271; Linn Mills--
Section 292 (a); Linn Mills...
Section 722; Linn Mills
Section 3405; General Motors --
Section 3441 (a); General Motors -
Section 3443 (a) (2); General Motors.-
Section 3771 (e) and (g); Linn Mills...
Section 3772 (a) (2); Garrett --

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EXECUTIVE ORDERS

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LEGISLATION RELATING TO THE COURT

OF CLAIMS

(PRIVATE LAW 419-83D CONGRESS)

[CHAPTER 302—2D SESSION)

H. R. 6477

AN ACT

For the relief of the Columbia Hospital of Richland County, South

Carolina

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That (a) the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the Columbia Hospital of Richland County, South Carolina, the sum of $18,322.92. Such sum represents reimbursement for the reasonable and necessary expenses incurred by such hospital in providing care and treatment during the period beginning September 18, 1942, and ending October 18, 1952, to one Halsford V. Sharpe, a former prisoner of the United States who is permanently and totally disabled as a result of an injury sustained by him in the course of his arrest on March 7, 1942, by agents of the Alcohol Tax Unit, Bureau of Internal Revenue, Department of the Treasury, and who was placed in such hospital by such agents on such date. The United States, through the Department of Justice, paid all expenses for such care and treatment for the period beginning March 7, 1942, and ending September 17, 1942, during which period the said Halsford V. Sharpe was in the custody of a United States marshal but, on the latter date, the said Halsford V. Sharpe was discharged from such custody and the United States disclaimed further liability in law to pay such expenses.

(b) After reference of the matter to the United States Court of Claims by H. Res. 404, Eighty-second Congress, agreed to on October 4, 1951, such court in the congressional reference case styled Columbia Hospital of Richland County against the United States (Congressional Numbered 17872, decided July 13, 1953) determined (1) that there was a moral obligation on the part of the United States to compensate the Columbia Hospital of Richland County, South Carolina, for the reasonable and necessary expenses incurred by such hospital in the care and treatment of the said Halsford V. Sharpe, (2) that the sum of $18,322.92 is the amount of such expenses for the period beginning September 18, 1942, and ending October 18, 1952, and (3) that the United States should compensate such hospital for all such expenses occurring after the end of such period or, in lieu thereof, should arrange the transfer of the said Halsford V. Sharpe to a Federal institution properly equipped to care for him on a permanent basis.

(c) In accordance with such determination of the court, the Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare and the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs are authorized and directed to make such arrangements as may be necessary and appropriate (1) to assist in the transfer of the said Halsford V. Sharpe, on the earliest practicable date, from the Columbia Hospital of Richland County, South Carolina, to any hospital under the jurisdiction of the Public Health Service, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, or the Veterans' Administration, which is properly equipped to receive and care for the said Halsford V. Sharpe, and (2) to provide care and treatment on a permanent basis for the said Halsford V. Sharpe in such hospital under the jurisdiction of the Public Health Service or the Veterans' Administration, as the case may be. There are authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary of the Treasury for each fiscal year such sums as may be necessary to enable the Secretary to reimburse the Public Health Service or the Veterans' Administration, as the case may be, for care and treatment provided under the authority in this subsection.

(d) The Secretary of the Treasury is further authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the Columbia Hospital of Richland County, South Carolina, a sum equal to the amount

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