Pensions--regular Establishment: Pensions and Increase Pensions to Veterans, Widows, and Dependents of Veterans of the Regular Establishment : Hearings Before the Committee on Pensions, House of Representatives, Seventy-fifth Congress, Third Session, on H.R. 8948 (also S. 3503) a Bill to Liberalize the Laws Providing Pensions for Veterans and the Dependents of Veterans of the Regular Establishment for Disabilities Or Deaths Incurred Or Aggravated in Line of Duty Other Than in War Time. June 8, 1938
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1988 - Military pensions - 114 pages
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Page 111 - SEC. 212 (a) After the date of the enactment of this act, no person holding a civilian office or position appointive or elective, under the United States Government or the municipal government of the District of Columbia or under any corporation, the majority of the stock of which is owned by the United States...
Page 51 - The bill was reported to the Senate as amended, and the amendments were concurred in. The Bill was ordered to be engrossed for a third reading, read the third time, and passed.
Page 98 - ... the person suffering from such disease served 90 days or more in the active service as specified therein; provided, however, that — Where there is affirmative evidence to the contrary, or evidence to establish that an intercurrent injury or disease which is a recognized cause of such chronic disease, has been suffered between the date of discharge and the onset of the chronic disease, or the disability is due to the person's own misconduct, service connection will not be in order.
Page 26 - Navy is authorized to convene a board of not less than three naval officers, one of whom shall be a surgeon, to examine into the condition of the applicant, and to recommend a suitable amount for his relief, and for a specified time...
Page 28 - When a retiring board finds that an officer is incapacitated for active service, and that his incapacity is the result of an incident of service, and such decision is approved by the President, said officer shall be retired from active service and placed on the list of retired officers.
Page 88 - If and while the disability is rated as total the monthly pension shall be $90. "(k) If the disabled person, as the result of service-incurred disability, has suffered the anatomical loss or the loss of the use of only one foot; or one hand, or one eye, the rate of pension provided in part II, paragraph II, (a) to (j), shall be increased by $22.50 per month.
Page 50 - That from and after the approval of this act all persons now on the pension roll, and all persons hereafter granted a pension, who, while in the military or naval service of the United States and in line of duty, shall have lost one hand or one foot, or have been totally disabled in the same...
Page 54 - Where any disabled veteran having neither wife, child, nor dependent parent is being furnished hospital treatment, institutional or domiciliary care by the United States or any political subdivision thereof, the pension, compensation, or emergency officers...