Philippine Uprisings and Campaigns After July 4, 1902, and Prior to January 1, 1914: Hearings Before the Committee on Invalid Pensions, House of Representatives, Seventy-ninth Congress, First Session, on H. R. 128 and H. R. 3251, Bills Extending Pension Benefits to Veterans who Served After July 4, 1902, and Prior to January 1, 1914, in the Armed Forces Engaged in Actual Hostilities in Certan Specified Areas on the Philippine Islands, and to Their Dependents. March 20 and 22, 1945
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74 페이지 - The bill was ordered to be engrossed and read a third time, was read the third time, and passed, and a motion to reconsider was laid on the table.
62 페이지 - I of this regulation, if the disability resulted from an injury or disease received in line of duty (1) as a direct result of armed conflict, or (2) while engaged in extra hazardous service, including such service under conditions simulating war, or (3) while the United States is engaged in war.
77 페이지 - A line running from west to east along or near the twentieth parallel of north latitude, and through the middle of the navigable channel of Bachi, from the one hundred and eighteenth (118th) to the one hundred and twenty-seventh (127th) degree meridian of longitude east of Greenwich...
74 페이지 - Mr. Speaker, a parliamentary inquiry. The SPEAKER. The gentleman will state it. Mr.
26 페이지 - December 31, 1913, and medical treatment and hospital or domiciliary care is also provided for veterans who so served, discharged for disability incurred in line of duty or who are in receipt of pension for serviceconnected disability.
71 페이지 - In service of a disability incurred in the service and in the line of duty, such widow having remarried either once or more than once after the death of the soldier, sailor, or marine, if it be shown that such subsequent or successive marriage has, or have been dissolved, either by the death of the husband or husbands, or by divorce without fault on the part of the wife...
6 페이지 - Any veteran or the dependents of any deceased veteran otherwise entitled to pension under the provisions of Part II of this Regulation shall be entitled to receive the rate of pension provided in Part I of this Regulation if the disability or death resulted from an injury received in line of duty in actual combat in a military expedition or military occupation.
77 페이지 - Greenwich to the parallel of latitude seven degrees and forty minutes (7° 40') north, thence along the parallel of latitude of seven degrees and forty minutes (7° 40') north to its intersection with the one hundred and sixteenth (116th) degree meridian of longitude east of Greenwich, thence by a direct line to the intersection of the tenth...
70 페이지 - January 1, 1914, who was honorably discharged from the enlistment in which such service pecurred, and the surviving unremarried widow, child, or children of such person shall be entitled to pension under the conditions, and at the rates prescribed by the laws reenacted by Public Law 269, Seventy-fourth Congress, August 13, 1935, as now or hereafter amended. SEC. 2. This Act shall be effective from date it is approved.