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1946, December 31; 61 Stat. 1048; Marcos...
1947, May 22; 61 Stat. 103; Woodroffe Corp.
1948, June 10; 62 Stat. 354; Brown...
1948, June 25; 62 Stat. 869, 976:

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UNITED STATES CODE
Title 1, Section 28; Harrington.
Title 5, Section 22–1; Brown.
Title 5, Section 652 (Supp. IV):

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Title 10, Section 2; Victorio.
Title 10, Section 310; Zephyr Aircraft..
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Title 17, Sections 1, 5, 10, 11; Herwig and Krakower..
Title 18, Section 317; Brunner..
Title 18, Sections 729-732; Brunner.
Title 25, Section 70; McGhee et al..
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Title 26, Sections 116 (a), 165; Wood...
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Title 28, Section 250 (1946 Ed.); Frantz-
Title 28, Section 1491; Victorio..
Title 28, Section 1498:

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Title 28, Section 2508 (1946 Ed. Supp. III); McDowell..
Title 31, Section 224; Victorio..
Title 33, Section 3; Jackson.
Title 34, Sections 350g (a), 417, 855c-1; Smith..
Title 34, Section 496; Cramp Shipbuilding--
Title 35, Section 90 (1946 Ed.); Coffman..
Title 37, Section 2; Shanley--
Title 41, Section 15 (1946 Ed.); Chemicals Recovery Co..---
Title 41, Section 106; Depew Paving Co.----
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Title 50, Sections 301, et seq. (App.); Alexander...
Title 50, Section 611; Tan..
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Section 22 (b) (12) (d); Tuttle--
Section 22 (k), 23 (u); du Pont.
Section 23 (a) (1) (a); Hershey Creamery Co.---
Section 23 (c); Arundel Corporation (No. 49743)-
Sections 102, 102 (d) (1); Hoosier Factories, Inc.-
Sections 108 (b), (c); Hoosier Factories, Inc.--
Section 117, Merrill.-
Section 117 (a) (1); Herwig and Krakower..
Section 117 (k) (2); Herwig and Krakower.
Sections 131, 131 (a) (1) and 131 (a) (4); Arundel Corporation.
Sections 116 (a) and 165; Wood.----
Section 211 (a); Herwig and Krakower.-
Section 272 (f); Cumberland.-
Section 322 (b) (1); Cumberland..
Sections 710 (a) (6), (a) (7), (b) (1); Hoosier Factories, Inc...
Section 3797; Bailey--

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LEGISLATION RELATING TO THE COURT OF

CLAIMS

PUBLIC LAW 532-82D CONGRESS

CHAPTER 724—20 SESSION

[S. 3195)

AN ACT

Granting jurisdiction to the Court of Claims to hear, determine, and

render judgment upon certain claims.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the United States Court of Claims be, and hereby is, given jurisdiction to hear, determine, and render judgment, notwithstanding any statute of limitations, laches, or lapse of time, on the claim of any owner or operator of a gold mine or gold placer operation for losses incurred allegedly because of the closing or curtailment or prevention of operations of such mine or placer operation as a result of the restrictions imposed by War Production Board Limitation Order L-208 during the effective life thereof: Provided, That actions on such claims shall be brought within one year from the date this Act becomes effective.

Approved July 14, 1952.

XXIV

PRIVATE LAW 1009–82D CONGRESS

CHAPTER 914–2D SESSION

(S. 2046)

AN ACT

To confer jurisdiction upon the Court of Claims to hear, determine, and

render judgment upon the claim of Llewellyn B. Griffith for retirement as an emergency officer under the provisions of Emergency Officers Retirement Act or as a disabled officer of the Regular Army of the United States.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That jurisdiction is hereby conferred upon the Court of Claims of the United States, notwithstanding the lapse of time or any statute of limitations, or any other limitation upon the jurisdiction of such court, to hear, determine, and render judgment on the claim of Llewellyn B. Griffith arising out of the failure of the War Department to certify him for retirement as an emergency officer pursuant to the provisions of the Emergency Officers Retirement Act, as amended (45 Stat. 735), or to retire him as a disabled officer of the Regular Army of the United States, as the facts may justify. In its consideration of such claim, the court shall determine whether or not the said Llewellyn B. Griffith should have been certified for retirement as an emergency officer or retired as a disabled officer of the Regular Army. Should the court decide that the said Llewellyn B. Griffith should have been so certified or retired, judgment shall be rendered in an amount equal to the amount the said Llewellyn B. Griffith would have received had be heen so certified or retired: Provided, That the passage and approval of this legislation shall not be construed as an inference of liability on the part of the Government of the United States.

Sec. 2 Suit upon such claim may be instituted at any time within four months after the date of the enactment of this Act. Proceedings for the determination of such claim, and appeal from, and payment of, any judgment thereon shall

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