World War Veterans' Legislation: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Hospitals of the Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation, House of Representatives, Seventy-first Congress, Second and Third Sessions. Hospital Building Program, South Dakota, North Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Montana, Minnesota
United States. Congress. House. Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation. Subcommittee on Hospitals
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1931 - Veterans' hospitals - 171 pages
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Page 126 - Be it enacted by the Senate and Bouse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the "Housing Amendments of 1957".
Page 79 - That preference to admission to any Government hospital for hospitalization under the provisions of this subdivision shall be given to those veterans who are financially unable to pay for hospitalization and their necessary traveling expenses: Provided further.
Page 78 - ... be available for every honorably discharged veteran of the SpanishAmerican War, the Philippine insurrection, the Boxer rebellion, or the World War suffering from neuropsychiatric or tubercular ailments and diseases, paralysis agitans, encephalitis lethargica, or amoebic dysentery, or the loss of sight of both eyes, regardless whether such ailments or diseases are due to military service or otherwise, including traveling expenses as granted to those receiving compensation and hospitalization under...
Page 151 - ... vehicles, livestock, furniture, equipment, and accessories, and also to provide accommodations for officers, nurses, and attending personnel ; and also to provide proper and suitable recreational centers, and the Director of the United States Veterans' Bureau is authorized to accept gifts or donations for any of the purposes named herein.
Page 141 - An Act to authorize an appropriation to provide additional hospital, domiciliary, and outpatient dispensary facilities for persons entitled to hospitalization under the World War Veterans' Act, 1924, as amended, and for other purposes," approved [December 23, 1929 (46 Stat., p.
Page 81 - An Act Making appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1899, and for other purposes,' the Act of February 28, 1861, as amended by the Act of February 2. 1909, relative to the Government hospital for the Insane in the District of Columbia, or any other Act, insofar as they are inconsistent with the provisions of this section be.
Page 151 - ... shall be done in such manner as the President may determine, and he is authorized to require the architectural, engineering, constructing, or other forces of any of the departments of the Government to do or assist in such work, and to employ individuals and agencies not now connected with the Government, if in his opinion desirable, at such compensation as he may consider reasonable.
Page 81 - Government facilities permit, to furnish hospitalization and necessary traveling expenses to veterans of any war, military occupation, or military expedition since 1897, not dishonorably discharged without regard to the nature or origin of their disabilities: Provided, That preference to admission to any Government hospital for hospitalization under the provisions of this subdivision shall be given to those veterans who are financially unable to pay for hospitalization and their necessary traveling...
Page 52 - ... [Laughter.] Mr. STEWART. Mr. Chairman, I want next to introduce to the committee Mr. David A. Arnold, of West Virginia, who is a member of the state board of agriculture and is personally largely engaged in growing very fine fruit. Mr. ARNOLD. Mr. Chairman, I do not think I have anything to add to what has been said to-night. The CHAIRMAN. We would be very glad to have you say anything you care to. Is there anyone else ? Mr. STEWART. Yes, sir; Mr. Frame, of Martinsburg, is much interested in...