War Department Appropriation Bill, 1924: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, Sixty-seventh Congress, Fourth Session on H. R. 13793, a Bill Making Appropriations for the Military and Nonmilitary Activities of the War Department for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1924, and for Other Purposes

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1923 - 252 pages

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Page 229 - No estimate or request for an appropriation and no request for an. Increase in an item of any such estimate or request, and no recommendation as to how the revenue needs of the Government should be met, shall be submitted to Congress or any committee thereof by any officer or employee of any department or establishment, unless at the request of either House of Congress.
Page 185 - Estimates for said year, nor shall there be paid to any of such persons during that fiscal year any greater rate of compensation than was authorized to be paid to persons occupying the same or like positions on the first day of July...
Page 17 - An Act for making further and more effectual provision for the national defense, and for other purposes," approved June 3, 1916, as amended, be.
Page 180 - Zone, including expenses of their deportation when practicable, the purchase of artificial limbs or other appliances for persons who were injured in the service of the Isthmian Canal Commission or the Panama Canal prior to September 7, 1916...
Page 103 - A reserve officer shall not be entitled to pay and allowances except when on active duty. When on active duty he shall receive [the same pay and allowances as an officer of the Regular Army of the same grade and length of active service, and] mileage from his home to his first station and from his last station to his home, but shall not be entitled to retirement or retired pay.
Page 229 - Government while making or causing to be made with a stop watch or other time-measuring device a time study of any job of any such employee between the starting and completion thereof, or of the movements of any such employee while engaged upon such work; nor shall any part of the appropriations made in this Act...
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Page 92 - ... New York, the health officer is not a medical man; he is a doctor of philosophy, and is an admirable officer, who has had one term of office. So the movement is not in any sense a movement by the medical profession or by any particular school in the medical profession. There is one other point that I would like to speak of, and that is in regard to the advisability of having the head of this department a cabinet officer. We have the feeling, not merely in the medical profession, but in the scientific...
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Page 185 - Act, there shall not be employed at any time during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and fourteen under any of the foregoing appropriations for the Panama Canal, any greater number of persons than are specified* in the notes submitted respectively in connection with the estimates for each of said appropriations in the annual Book of Estimates for said year, nor shall there be paid to any...

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