Providing Statutory Awards for Arrested Tuberculosis; Increasing Income Limitations for Pension Purposes; and Granting Presumtive Service Connection for Tropical Diseases: Hearings Before Subcommittee on Compensation and Pensions
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active Administration amended American Legion annual income arrested arrested tuberculosis attack basis believe benefits bill BROOKS CAMP Chairman child chronic claims committee compensation condition Congress consideration considered continue course covered death dependents disability discharge doctor DONOHUE enacted entitled establish evidence exceeds existing fact further give given Government granted heard hearings House included income limitations increased inserted introduced June KRAABEL legislation living malaria MATHEWS matter mean months organizations paragraph parents particular payments pension percent period person present presumption Public Law question raised reasonable receive record referred regard regulation Representatives require result schedule schistosomiasis served service connection SHAPIRO statement statutory award STEVENS suppressive Thank thing tion treatment tropical diseases tuberculosis understand United VAIL veterans of World Veterans Regulation Wars widow widows and children WILLIAMSON
Page 58 - Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Public, Numbered 62, Seventysixth Congress, approved May 3, 1939 (53 Stat.
Page 75 - Seventy-first Congress amended section 202 (7) in Public Law 522 approved July 3, 1930 to make further provision for cases of arrested tuberculosis, adding this sentence in the section : "The director is hereby authorized and directed to insert in the rating schedule a minimum rating of permanent partial 25 per centum for arrested or apparently cured tuberculosis.
Page 86 - September 16, 1940, and prior to the termination of the present war, and who shall have been discharged or released from active service under conditions other than dishonorable, after active service of...
Page 87 - II. (a) Payment of pension provided by part III, except as provided in paragraph 1 (g), shall not be made to any unmarried person whose annual income exceeds $1,200 or to any married person or any person with minor children whose annual income exceeds $2,500.
Page 33 - Act, as amended, the World War Veterans' Act, 1924, as amended, or the National Service Life Insurance Act of 1940, as amended, shall not in the aggregate exceed $10,000.
Page 33 - In determining whether other members of the family under legal age are factors in necessary expenses of the mother or father, consideration will be given to any Income from business or property (including trusts) actually available, directly or indirectly, to the mother or father for the support of the minor but not to the corpus of the estate or the income of the minor which is not so available.
Page 32 - ... reasonable that some part of the corpus of the claimant's estate be consumed for his or her maintenance. (3) Foreign residents. There is no conclusive presumption of dependency. Dependency will be determined on the facts in the individual case under the principles outlined in this section. (b) Basic rule. Dependency will be held to exist if the father or mother of the veteran does not have an income sufficient to provide reasonable maintenance for such father or mother and members of his or her...
Page 33 - ... (including trusts) actually available, directly or indirectly, to the mother or father for the support of the minor but not to the corpus of the estate or the income of the minor which is not so available. (c) Inception of dependency. The fact that the veteran has made habitual contributions to his father or mother, or both, is not conclusive evidence that dependency existed but will be considered in connection with all other evidence. In death claims, it is not material whether dependency arose...
Page 74 - That any ex-service person shown to have had a tuberculous disease of a compensable degree, who in the judgment of the director has reached a conilition of complete arrest of his disease...