Navy Department Appropriation Bill, 1923: Hearing Before Subcommittee of House Committee on Appropriations ... in Charge of the Navy Department Appropriation Bill for 1923. Sixty-seventh Congress, Second Session
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1922 - United States - 1101 pages
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1st of July Admiral Coontz Admiral Gregory Admiral McVay Admiral Moffett Admiral Potter Admiral Robison Admiral Stitt Admiral Taylor Admiral Washington Admiral Wilson ammunition amount appropriation Asiatic Fleet asking aviation battleships bill boats building Bureau Byrnes Captain Bassett Captain Bryant Captain Day Captain MacDougall Captain Williams cent charge civilian clerks Colonel Roosevelt Commander Griffin Commander Leahy commission complement cost craft destroyer tenders destroyers dikes discharge duty Eagle enlisted estimate expenditures expense figure fiscal force fund guns hospital increase Kelley interposing Lejeune maintenance Mare Island Marine Corps material McCawley months Naval Academy Naval Reserve Navy Department navy yard Oliver operation ordnance Pacific Pearl Harbor personnel radio receiving ship reduced Reed repairs Secretary Denby squadron statement Submarine chaser submarine tenders supply tenders thing torpedo training reservists tugs vessels Yangtze patrol
Page 797 - The maintenance of the status quo under the foregoing provisions implies that no new fortifications or naval bases shall be established in the territories and possessions specified, that no measures shall be taken to increase the existing naval facilities for the repair and maintenance of naval forces, and that no increase shall be made in the coast defences of the territories and possessions above specified.
Page 702 - ... transportation of enlisted men and apprentice seamen and applicants for enlistment at home and abroad, with subsistence and transfers en route, or cash in lieu thereof; transportation to their homes, if residents of the United States, of enlisted men and apprentice seamen discharged on medical survey, with subsistence and transfers en route, or cash in lieu thereof...
Page 851 - For commissions and interest; transportation of funds; exchange; mileage to officers while traveling under orders in the United States, and for actual personal expenses of officers while traveling abroad under orders...
Page 865 - There is one thing I would like to bring to your attention, and that is that the...
Page 875 - State or municipality for the purpose of maintaining such a marine school or schools, or the nautical branch thereof, is hereby authorized to be appropriated for the purpose of aiding in the maintenance and support of such school or schools; provided, however, that appropriations shall be made for one school in any port heretofore named in section one, and that the appropriation for any one year shall not exceed $25,000 for any one school.
Page 851 - Force •while traveling abroad under orders, and for traveling expenses of civilian employees; and for mileage, at 5 cents per mile, to midshipmen entering the Naval Academy while proceeding from their homes to the Naval Academy for examination and appointment as midshipmen...
Page 454 - Enlisted men so furloughed shall be subject to recall in time of war or national emergency to complete the unexpired portion of their enlistment, and shall be in addition to the authorized number of enlisted men of the Navy.— Act August 29, 1916.] [TRANSFER TO FLEET NAVAL RESERVE.
Page 2 - CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION. MARTIN B. MADDEN, Illinois, Chairman. CHARLES R. DAVIS, Minnesota. ' DANIEL R. ANTHONY, JR., Kansas. WILLIAM S. VARE, Pennsylvania. JOSEPH G. CANNON, Illinois. C. BASCOM SLEMP, Virginia. SYDNEY ANDERSON, Minnesota. WILLIAM R. WOOD, Indiana. LOUIS C. CRAMTON, Michigan.