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Dependent mothers of deceased firemen and policemen, District of Columbia.
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|Other titles||For relief of dependent mothers of members of Police and Fire depts., District of Columbia|
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TITLE I—SALAKY INCREASES FOR DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA POLICEMEN AND FIREMEN SEC. This title and title II of this Act may be cited as the "District of Columbia Police and Firemen's Salary Act Amendments of ". SEC. Section of the District of Columbia Police and Fire men's Salary Act of (D.C.
Code, sec. ) is amended to read. of the District of Columbia, to the credit of the Policemen and Firemen's Dependent mothers of deceased firemen and policemen Fund of the District of Columbia, the sums necessary to meet the said deficiencies.
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