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Page 4 - Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the L " cnl United State* of America in Congress assembled, That subsection C of section 7 of the Act entitled "An Act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to provide hospital and sanatorium facilities for discharged sick and disabled soldiers, sailors, and marines...
Page 30 - Posey. (Thereupon, at 2.15 o'clock pm, the subcommittee adjourned to meet again at the call of the chairman.) HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, SUBCOMMITTEE ON INSURANCE OF THE COMMITTEE ON WORLD WAR VETERANS' LEGISLATION, Tuesday, February 21, 1928.
Page 2 - Shank Company, August thirty-first, nineteen hundred and eighteen, and in accordance with such contract and the plans and specifications, identified in connection therewith August thirty-first, nineteen hundred and eighteen, by the signature and initials of Brigadier General RC Marshall, junior, Construction Division, Quartermaster Department, United States Army, by Lieutenant Colonel CC Wright, and the Shank Company, by George H. Shank, president, at the cost stated therein, namely, $2,500,000,...
Page 49 - It is further understood and agreed by and between the parties hereto that the party of the second part shall be at liberty to cancel this agreement by giving two months...
Page 2 - ... the interest of the Government and the emergency needs of the Public Health Service within the limits of cost of such authorization. a. At Cook County, Illinois, by taking over the land and executing the contract for the construction thereon of hospital buildings specified therein of a certain proposed contract executed by the Shank Company, August thirty-first, nineteen hundred and...
Page 2 - Government and the emergency needs of the Public Health Service within the limits of cost of such authorization. a. At Cook County, Illinois, by taking over the land and executing the contract for the construction thereon of hospital buildings specified therein of a certain proposed contract executed by the Shank Company, August thirty-first, nineteen hundred and eighteen, and in accordance with such contract and the plans and specifications, identified in connection therewith August thirty-first,...
Page 2 - That in carrying the foregoing authorization into effect the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers is hereby, authorized to enter. into contracts for the construction of the plant, or to purchase materials, in the open market or otherwise, and to employ laborers and mechanics for the construction of the plant complete at a limit of cost not to exceed $1,500,000. NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS. Soldiers' Home, Los Angeles County, Calif., May IS, 1921.
Page 2 - Shank, president, at the cost stated therein, namely, $2,500,000, with such changes in said plans and specifications as may be required by the Secretary of the Treasury to adapt said specified buildings to the needs and purposes of the Public Health Service, at a total limit of cost not to exceed $3,000,000. b. In carrying the foregoing authorization into effect, the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to execute the contract with The Shank Company hereinbefore specified, with such verbal changes...
Page 2 - III., authorized by said act, is hereby increased from $3,000,000 to $3.400,000, and the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized to enter into contracts therefor within the total limit of cost hereby fixed: Provided, That no part of said sum so authorized shall be used to pay any profit to either the owners of the land and present uncompleted building, Edward Hiņes and the Shank Company, or to the contractor for tlie completion of the work.
Page 1 - Treasury to enter into a contract to purchase the parcel of land and the building known as the Grand Central Station Post Office and Office Building, numbered 452 Lexington Avenue, in the city, county, and State of New York, for post-office and other governmental purposes, and to pay the purchase price therefor...

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