Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Appropriation Bill, 1921: Hearing Before Subcommittee of House Committee on Appropriations ... in Charge of the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Appropriation Bill for 1921. Sixty-sixth Congress, Second Session ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1920 - United States - 2588 pages
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Page 498 - father" and "mother" include stepfathers and stepmothers, fathers and mothers through adoption, and persons who have stood in loco parentis to a member of the military or naval forces at any time prior to his enlistment or induction for a period of not less than one year: Provided, That this subdivision shall be deemed to be in effect as of October 6, 1917. (5) The terms "brother
Page 497 - That in cases when the estate of an insured would escheat under the laws of the place of his residence the insurance shall not be paid to the estate but shall escheat to the United States and be credited to the military and naval insurance appropriation. This section shall be deemed to be in effect as of October 6, 1917.
Page 420 - Mellon, in the report of the Secretary of the Treasury for the fiscal year ended June 30...
Page 496 - ... (e) has no wife but one child living, $14; (f) has no wife but two children living, $24.50; (g) has no wife but three or more children living, $35; (h) has a mother or father, either or both dependent upon him for support, then, in addition to the above amounts, $17.50 for each parent so dependent.
Page 5 - Representatives, employ and fix the compensation of such assistant draftsmen, clerks, and other employees, and purchase such furniture, office equipment, books, stationery, and other supplies, as may be necessary for the proper performance of the duties of the service and as may be appropriated for by Congress.
Page 184 - I do not know that I can add very much to what I have said in regard to the general situation.
Page 156 - District of Columbia, to the Civil Service \ Commission for the performance of duty in the District of Columbia shall be made for or during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and thirteen.
Page 866 - For contingent and incidental expenses, including purchase of professional and scientific books and technical periodicals, books of reference, blank books, photographs, and maps, $700.
Page 347 - That the Secretary of War Is authorized and directed to transfer to the Secretary of the Navy for the use...
Page 466 - ... on an order, and claimed a 100percent profit. Mr. CANNON. You are making provision for such contingencies? Mr. KNUDSEN. Yes, sir. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS (See pp. 13,20,32,35,39) Mr. CANNON. How do you propose to acquire and transport food which, under this bill, will be sent to England? Mr. WOODRUM. You do not have anything to do with that, do you, Mr. KNUDSEN? Mr. KNUDSEN. No, sir; my business is that of production. Mr. CANNON. You mentioned food, did you not? Mr. WOODRUM. Mr. Knudsen does not...