Sundry Legislation Affecting the Naval Establishment, 1924-1925: Hearings Before Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives, Sixty-eighth Congress, Second-session, on Sundry Legislation Affecting the Naval Establishment, 1924-1925

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1925 - 519 pages
 

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Page 26 - That no existing law shall be construed to prevent any member of the Naval Reserve from accepting employment in any civil branch of the public service nor from receiving the pay and allowances Incident to such employment In addition to any pay and allowances to which he may be entitled under the provisions of this Act...
Page 33 - All officers and employees of the United States or of the District of Columbia who are members of the Naval Reserve (also Marine Corps Reserve) shall be entitled to leave of absence from their respective duties without loss of pay, time, or efficiency rating, on all days during which they may be employed with or without pay under the orders or authorization of competent authority, on training duty for periods not to exceed fifteen days in any one calendar year. 48. All officers and employees of the...
Page 87 - The Secretary of the Navy shall procure at suitable places proper sites for Navy hospitals, and if the necessary buildings are not procured with the site, shall cause such to be erected, having due regard to economy, and giving preference to such plans as with most convenience and least cost will admit of subsequent additions, when the funds permit and circumstances require; and shall provide, at one of the establishments, a permanent asylum for disabled and decrepit Navy officers, seamen, and marines...
Page 1 - ... advertising for and obtaining men and apprentice seamen; actual and necessary expenses in lieu of mileage to officers on duty with traveling recruiting parties; transportation of dependents of officers and enlisted men, in all, $4,535,250.
Page 230 - No insurance shall be payable for death inflicted as a lawful punishment for crime or for military or naval offense, except when inflicted by an enemy of the United States...
Page 30 - ... as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Navy: Provided, That no such officer or enlisted man shall receive pay for more than 60 drills or other equivalent instruction or duty in any one fiscal year: Provided further, That week-end cruises shall not be regarded as drills or other equivalent instruction or duty.
Page 1 - Force •while traveling abroad under orders, and for traveling expenses of civilian employees; and for mileage, at 5 cents per mile, to midshipmen entering the Naval Academy while proceeding from their homes to the Naval Academy for examination and appointment as midshipmen; for actual traveling expenses of female nurses...
Page 29 - Engineers shall be advanced in rank up to and including the rank of lieutenant commander with the officers of the line with whom, or next after whom they take precedence under existing law...
Page 4 - ... stationery, books, and periodicals; transportation of indigent and destitute beneficiaries to the Naval Home, and of sick and insane beneficiaries, their attendants and necessary subsistence for both, to and from other Government hospitals; employment of such beneficiaries in and about the Naval Home as may...
Page 468 - Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President of the United States be, and he is hereby authorized to appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate...

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