Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1913.
|Chap. 421||Augustus Trabing. Defect of naturalization, etc., removed.|
|Chap. 421||May prosecute Indian depredation claim.|
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Augustus Trabing, having served in the Quartermasters Department of the United States Army, and on guard duty in the forts surrounding the city of Washington, and as blacksmith and wagon repairer with Government trains at Springfield, Illinois, and Leavenworth, Kansas, in eighteen hundred and sixty-five and eighteen hundred and sixty-six, be, and he is hereby, relieved from any disability under the laws of the United States and from any defect of naturalization, and that his case, numbered fourteen hundred and thirty-two on the Indian depredations docket of the Court of Claims, which was dismissed for want of such naturalization, may be reinstated, and said Augustus Trabing is authorized to prosecute his said case and to receive judgment thereon the same as if he had been naturalized under the laws of the United States at the date of the loss; and to that end that the Court of Claims be, and hereby is, vested with jurisdiction as if the case were on original trial.
Approved, January 26, 1907.