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Date 3198 National Farm-City Week, 1957

Aug. 31, 1957... 3199 American Education Week, 1957

Sept. 6, 1957. 3200 Imposing an import quota on tung oil.

Sept. 9, 1957.3201 General Pulaski's Memorial Day, 1957

Sept. 12, 1957.-3202 Veterans Day, 1957.

Sept. 21, 1957.-3203 Columbus Day, 1957.

Sept. 21, 1957.-3204 Obstruction of justice in the State of Arkansas

Sept. 23, 1957.-3205 National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week, 1957- Sept. 26, 1957.. 3206 Immigration quota-Federation of Malaya

Oct. 10, 19573207 Second World Metallurgical Congress

Oct. 10, 1957. 3208 Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Year.

Oct. 22, 19573209 Imposing a fee on imports of almonds_

Oct. 23, 1957. 3210 Thanksgiving Day, 1957.-

Nov. 8, 19573211 Withdrawal of trade agreement concession on spring clothespins. Nov. 9, 19573212 Modification of trade agreement concession and adjustment of rate of duty on safety pins.-

Nov. 29, 1957.-3213 United Nations Human Rights Day, 1957

Dec. 7, 1957. 3214 Determining certain drugs to be opiates

Dec. 10, 1957. 3215 Extending the period for the establishment of adequate shipping

service for, and deferring extension of the coastwise laws to,
Canton Island.--

Dec. 12, 1957. 3216 Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Civil Service Act

Jan. 13, 1958. 3217 Saint Lawrence Seaway Celebration

Jan. 15, 1958. 3218 Pan American Day and Pan American Week, 1958,

Jan. 22, 1958. 3219 National Junior Achievement Week, 1958

Jan. 24, 1958 3220 Terminating the quota on imports of short harsh or rough cotton.. Jan.

28, 1958. 3221 Law Day, 1958

Feb.

3, 1958. 3222 Red Cross Month, 1958.

Feb.

7, 1958 3223 Oregon Centennial Celebration, 1959..

Feb. 14, 1958. 3224 National Defense Transportation Day, 1958.

Mar.

4, 1958. 3225 Amendment of Proclamation No. 3160, relating to certain woolen textiles

Mar. 7, 1958. 3226 National Library Week.

Mar. 15, 1958. 3227 Cancer Control Month, 1958.

Mar. 26, 19583228 Enlarging the Tumacacori National Monument, Ariz.

Mar. 28, 1958 3229 Determining certain drugs to be opiates

Mar. 28, 1958. 3230 World Trade Week, 1958.

Apr. 7, 1958. 3231 National Farm Safety_Week, 1958.

Apr.

8, 1958. 3232 United States World Trade Fair.

Apr. 9, 1958. 3233 Child Health Day, 1958.

Apr.

9, 1958 3234 National Maritime Day, 1958.

Apr. 10, 1958. 3235 Withdrawal of trade agreement concession on certain clinical thermometers,

Apr. 21, 1958. 3236 Imposing import quotas on tung nuts.

Apr. 28, 1958. 3237 National Youth Fitness Week.

Apr. 30, 1958. 3238 Mother's Day, 1958

May

7, 1958. 3239 Minnesota Centennial Celebration, 1958_

May

9, 1958 3240 Fourth International Automation Congress and Exposition May 9, 1958 3241 Flag Day, 1958..

May 12, 1958 3242 Prayer for Peace, Memorial Day, 1958.

May 17, 1958. 3243 Two unknown Americans killed in the Second World War and in the Korean Conflict, display of the flag at half-staff

May 17, 1958.-3244 National Olympic Week, 1958_

June 4, 1958. 3245 National Safe Boating Week, 1958.

June

4, 1958 3246 United Nations Day, 1958.

June 13, 1958. 3247 Citizenship Day and Constitution Week, 1958.

June 20, 1958. 3248 Immigration quota—United Arab Republic.

June 20, 1958. 3249 Enlarging the Capitol Reef National Monument, Utah

July

2, 1958 3250 Independence Day, 1958..

July 3, 1958. 3251 Modifying the import quota on long-staple cotton.

July 7, 1958. 3252 National Day of Prayer, 1958.

Aug.

1, 1958 3253 Fire Prevention Week, 1958.

Aug.

6, 1958 3254 Enlarging the Fort Pulaski National Monument, Ga..

Aug. 14, 1958 3255 Restoration of trade agreement concession and reduced rate of

duty with respect to hatters' fur-termination of Proclamation
No. 2960...

Aug. 14, 1958. 3256 National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week, 1958. Aug. 20, 1958.

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PRIVATE LAWS

PRIVATE LAWS

SECOND SESSION, EIGHTY-FIFTH CONGRESS

Begun and held at the City of Washington on Tuesday, January 7, 1958, and adjourned sine die on Sunday, August 24, 1958. Dwight D. EISENHOWER, President; RICHARD M. Nixon, Vice President; Sam RAYBURN, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Private Law 85-342

AN ACT

February 19, 1958

(H. R. 1392]

For the relief of Karl L. Larson.

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Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to Karl L. Larson, Mount Shasta, California, the sum of $503.25. The payment of such sum shall be in full settlement of all claims of such person against the United States for compensation for personal property destroyed by fire on July 20, 1955, while employed by the Forest Service on the ShastaTrinity National Forest, California: Provided, That no part of the amount appropriated in this Act for the payment of any one claim 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 Act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding $1,000.

Approved February 19, 1958.

Private Law 85-343

AN ACT
For the relief of Lieutenant Percy Hamilton Hebert.

February 19, 1958

(H. R. 1638]

Lt. Percy H. Hebert.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That First Lieutenant Percy Hamilton Hebert, Air Force of the United States, retired, serial number A0–888102, is hereby relieved of all liability to pay to the United States the sum of $2,238. Such sum represents certain amounts erroneously paid to the said Perey Hamilton Hebert

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