Hearings Before Subcommittee of House Committee on Appropriations Consisting of Messrs. J. T. Johnson, A. S. Burleson, J. G. McHenry, J. W. Byrns, F. H. Gillett, and E. L. Taylor, Jr. in Charge of the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Appropriation Bill for 1914, Sixty-second Congress, Third Session. [Wednesday, November 20, 1912].

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Page 313 - Bureau shall investigate and report . . . upon all matters pertaining to the welfare of children and child life among all classes of our people...
Page 154 - ... inquest, and boards for the examination of officers for retirement and promotion in the naval service; to prepare charges and specifications for courts-martial, and the necessary orders convening courts-martial, in cases where such courts are ordered by the Secretary of the Navy; to prepare...
Page 36 - He is a member of the American Economic Association and of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. He is the author of "Passenger Traffic of Railways," 1901; "The New Democracy," 1911; and of a number of bulletins issued by the United States Bureau of Labor.
Page 154 - Navy shall be to revise and report upon the legal features of and to have recorded the proceedings of all courts-martial, courts of inquiry, boards of investigation and inquest, and boards for the examination of officers for retirement and promotion in the naval service; to prepare charges and specifications for courts-martial, and the necessary orders convening courts-martial, in cases where such courts are ordered by the Secretary of the Navy...
Page 154 - Navy other than midshipmen, and to conduct all official correspondence relating to such courts and boards. It is also the duty of the Judge Advocate General to examine and report upon all questions relating to rank and precedence, to promotions and retirements, and those relating to the validity of the proceedings in court-martial cases; all matters relating to the supervision and control of naval prisons and prisoners...
Page 87 - ... fiscal year; nor shall any person employed at a specific salary be hereafter transferred and hereafter paid from a lump-sum appropriation a rate of compensation greater than such specific salary, and the heads of departments shall cause this provision to be enforced : Provided, That this section shall not apply to mechanics, artisans, their helpers and assistants, laborers, or any other employees whose duties are of similar character and required in carrying on the various manufacturing or constructing...
Page 12 - That no part of any money contained herein or hereafter appropriated in lump .sum shall be available for the payment of personal services at a rate of compensation in excess of that paid for the same or similar services during the preceding fiscal year...
Page 225 - Department, giving the name of the party bidding, the terms of the offer, the sum to be paid, and he shall keep on file and preserve all such bids until the end of the contract term to which they relate. Each bidder shall have the right to be present, either in person or by attorney, when the bids are opened, and shall have the right to examine and inspect all bids.
Page 154 - ... to the validity of the proceedings in courtmartial cases ; all matters relating to the supervision and control of naval prisons and prisoners, including prisoners of war...
Page 154 - ... the removal of the mark of desertion; the correction of records of service and reporting thereupon in the Regular or Volunteer Navy; certification of discharge in true name; pardons; bills and resolutions introduced in Congress relating to the personnel and referred to the department for report...

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