Consolidation of Veterans' Activities: Hearings Before the Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments in the House of Representatives on H.R. 6141, a Bill to Authorize the President to Consolidate and Coordinate Governmental Activities Affectig War Veterans. Seventy-first Congress, Second Session. With Table of Contents, Index, and Statements Summarized

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1930 - Veterans - 229 pages
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Page 85 - Administration shall be subject to review, on appeal, by such administrator. "SEC. 3. All property the title of which now stands in the name of the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers is hereby transferred to and the title thereof vested in the United States.
Page 70 - Chairman, Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments, House of Representatives. MY DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN...
Page 1 - President is authorized to utilize, coordinate, or consolidate any executive or administrative commissions, bureaus, agencies, offices, or officers now existing by law, to transfer any duties or powers from one existing department, commission, bureau, agency, office, or officer to another, to transfer the personnel thereof or any part of it either by detail or assignment, together with the whole or any part of the records and public property belonging thereto.
Page 100 - ... of the Veterans' Administration, including the expenses of maintenance and operation of medical, hospital, and domiciliary services of the Veterans' Administration, in carrying out the duties, powers, and functions devolving upon it pursuant to the authority contained in the Act entitled "An Act to authorize the President to consolidate and coordinate governmental activities affecting war veterans...
Page 103 - No public money shall be expended upon any site or land purchased by the United States for the purposes...
Page 109 - Philippines, and who are disabled by disease, wounds or otherwise, and who have no adequate means of support...
Page 2 - ... unless and until they shall thereafter be superseded or discharged according to law. The outstanding obligations assumed by the United States by virtue of the provisions of this subdivision may be enforced by suit in the Court of Claims or in the district courts of the United States...
Page 109 - Spain, and who are disabled by disease, wounds or otherwise, and who have no adequate means of support, and by reason of such disability are incapable of earning their living...

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