War Department Appropriation Bill, 1926, Hearings ... 68th Congress, 2d Session

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Page 337 - Permanent barracks or quarters and buildings and structures of a permanent nature shall not be constructed unless detailed estimates shall have been previously submitted to Congress, and approved by a special appropriation for the same, except when constructed by the troops; and no such structures, the cost of which shall exceed $20,000, shall be erected unless by special authority of Congress.
Page 596 - War and has agreed in writing to pursue the course in camp training prescribed by the Secretary of War, he may be furnished at the expense of the United States...
Page 426 - ... and tests of material in connection with the manufacturing work of the Ordnance Department, and for instruments and materials for operating the chemical laboratory in connection therewith, and for maintenance of the establishment, $15,000.
Page 144 - for payment of claims for damages to and loss of private property incident to the training, practice, operation, or maintenance of the Army...
Page 380 - For protection, preservation, and repair of fortifications for which there may be no special appropriation available...
Page 185 - Tomatoes, canned, in lieu of an equal quantity of potatoes, but not exceeding 20 per 20 ounces. . . . \ cent of total issue. Other fresh vegetables (not canned) when they can be obtained in the vicinity or transported in a wholesome condition from a distance, in lieu of an equal quantity of potatoes, but not exceeding 30 per • cent of total issue.
Page 115 - Representatives, shall make an investigation and report recommendations to their respective Houses not later than the first Monday in January. 1922, relative to the readjustment of the pay and allowances of the commissioned and enlisted personnel of the several services herein mentioned.
Page 185 - Canned meat, when impracticable to furnish fresh meat. Hash, corned beef, when impracticable to furnish fresh meat. Fish, dried Fish, pickled F ish, canned Turkey, dressed, drawn, on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas, when practicable. Soft bread „ Hard bread, to be ordered Issued only when the interests of the Government so require.
Page 649 - Government, and issue to clubs organized, for practice with rifled arms, under the direction of the National Board for the Promotion oí Rifle Practice, of arms, ammunition, targets and other supplies and appliances necessary for target practice...
Page 2 - GEORGE HOLDEN TINKHAM, Massachusetts. BURTON L. FRENCH, Idaho. MILTON W. SHREVE, Pennsylvania. LJ DICKINSON, Iowa. FRANK MURPHY, Ohio. JOHN W. .SUMMERS, Washington. HENRY E. HARBOUR, California. ERNEST R. ACKERMAN, New Jersey. GUY U. HARDY, Colorado.

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