Consolidation of Government Soldier Compensation Bureaus. Hearings ... on H.R. 14677 and H.R. 14961

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Page 79 - II, III, and IV, respectively, shall not be assignable ; shall not be subject to the claims of creditors of any person to whom an award is made under Articles II, III, or IV ; and shall be exempt from all taxation...
Page 77 - The ratings shall be based, as far as practicable, upon the average impairments of earning capacity resulting from such injuries in civil occupations and not upon the impairment in earning capacity in each individual case, so that there shall be no reduction in the rate of compensation for individual success in overcoming the handicap of a permanent injury.
Page 24 - This appropriation shall be disbursed by the Bureau of War Risk Insurance, and such portion thereof as may be necessary shall be allotted from time to time to the Public Health Service, the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, and the War and Navy Departments, and transferred to their credit for disbursement by them for the purposes set forth In this paragraph.
Page 40 - ... the Bureau of War Risk Insurance, the Public Health Service, and the Federal Board for Vocational Education.
Page 8 - ... have been or may hereafter be made for the purpose of furnishing the services, supplies, and appliances provided for by subdivision (6) hereof are hereby made available for the payment to such Governments or their agencies for the services, supplies, and appliances so furnished at such rates and under such regulations as the Director of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance may prescribe.
Page 8 - That the discharge or dismissal of any person from the military or naval forces on the ground that he is an enemy alien, conscientious objector, or a deserter, or as guilty of mutiny, treason, spying, or any offense involving moral turpitude, or willful and persistent misconduct...
Page 9 - Service acting under the joint authority of the director of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance and the Surgeon General of the United States Public Health Service.
Page 79 - Sec. 28. That the allotments and family allowances, compensation, and insurance payable under Articles II, III, and IV, respectively, shall not be assignable; shall not be subject to the claims of creditors of any person to whom an award is made under Articles II, III, or IV; and shall be exempt from all taxation: Provided, That such allotments and family allowances, compensation, and insurance shall be subject to any claims which the United States may have, under Articles II, III, and IV, against...
Page 8 - SEC. 31. That if after induction by the local draft board, but before being accepted and enrolled for active service, the person died or became disabled as a result of disease contracted or injury suffered in the line of duty and not due to his own willful misconduct involving moral turpitude, or as a result of the aggravation, in the line of duty and not because of his own willful misconduct involving moral turpitude of an existing disease or injury, he or those entitled thereto shall receive the...
Page 102 - That statement can be incorporated in the record. (The statement referred to is as follows:) The...

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