Proposed Amendments to the War-Risk Insurance Act: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce of the House of Representatives, Sixty-sixth Congress, First Session, on Proposed Amendments to the War-Risk Insurance Act

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Page 80 - If no beneficiary within the permitted class be designated by the insured, either in his lifetime or by his last will and testament...
Page 11 - ... an illegitimate child, but, as to the father only, if acknowledged in writing signed by him or if he has been judicially ordered or decreed to contribute to such child's support or has been judicially decreed to be the putative father of such child...
Page 72 - ... shall be deemed to have applied for and to have been granted insurance, payable to such person during his life in monthly Installments of $25 each.
Page 31 - If and while the disability is partial, the monthly compensation shall be a percentage of the compensation that would be payable for his total disability, equal to the degree of the reduction in earning capacity resulting from the disability, but no compensation shall be payable for a reduction in earning capacity rated at less than ten per centum.
Page 39 - That no compensation shall be payable for death or disability which does not occur prior to or within one year after discharge...
Page 104 - If no such person survive the insured, then there shall be paid to the estate of the insured an amount equal to the reserve value, if any, of the insurance at the time of his death, calculated on the basis of the American Experience Table of Mortality and three and one-half per centum interest in full of all obligations under the contract of insurance.
Page 16 - October 15, 1917, or one hundred and twenty days after entrance into or employment in the active sendee, becomes or has become totally and permanently disabled or dies or has died without having applied for insurance, shall be deemed to have applied for and to have been granted insurance...
Page 96 - SEC. 401. That such insurance must be applied for within one hundred and twenty days after enlistment or after entrance into or employment in the active service and before discharge or resignation...
Page 83 - That in cases when the estate of an insured would escheat under the laws of the place of his residence the insurance shall not be paid to the estate but shall escheat to the United States and be credited to the military and naval insurance appropriation. This section shall be deemed to be in effect as of October 6, 1917.
Page 30 - ... and permanently bedridden from causes occurring in the line of duty in the service of the United States, the rate of compensation shall be $100 per month : Provided further, That no allowance shall be made for nurse or attendant.

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