Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1456

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3110 INDEX. Emeru'mCfl Officerl/' Retired Lil/ta, Arm", PP\18. Navy, and M ariM C~a--Con. officers who served in the World War; given rank held when discharged, and same privileges of Regular Army officers, ete., retired for physical disability _ ___ ________ 735 entitled to hospitalization, ete., au- thorized by Veterans' Bureau, and retired pay at 75 per cent of pay at time of discharge____ 735 payment solely from military and naval eompensation board of Veterans' Bureau, exception_ _ 7'35 persons of similar service, with dis- ability of less than 30 but more than 10 per cent permanent, ~tTarmstroBot (talk) 02:27, 7 January 2012 (UTC)_~~_~~t:_TarmstroBot (talk) 02:27, 7 January 2012 (UTC):TarmstroBot (talk): 735 entitled to compensation, etc., of officers retired for physical dis- ability ___ __________ _____ __ ___ 735 list of, to be published annually in Army and Navy Registers_ _ _ _ 735 application for benefits of, to be made in 12 months_ _ _________________ 736 register to be kept; "period of World War"defined________________ 736 Emerl/D!" 4lics (widow), pensIOn Increased___________________ 1953 Emerl/o.n, ¥ary E. (widow), pen810n Increased_ __________________ 1960 Emery, Captain Le'lDi. J ., reimbursement to___________________ 2332 Emery,. M~rtha V. (widow), pensIOn Increased___________________ 1974 Emery River, bridge authorized across, at Suddaths Ferry, Tenn__________________ 505 Emery, Sallie (widow), pension____________________________ 1781 Emmlm;l/, ~ora H. (widow), penSIon Increased__ _______________ __ 2189 Emmenthaler CMelle, proclamation increasing duty on, to equalize differences in costs of production___________________ 2909 E'~mo~, 4bbie E. (widow), penSIOn Increascd___________________ 1962 Emmonl/, Mary (widow), pension____________________________ 1786 Emmott, Ida (daughter), pension increased___________________ 2306 Emmot!, A~nie M. (widow), penSlonlncreased ___________________ 1749 Employeea' AI/sociation/f, exempt from income tax_____________ 813 Employeea Compensation Commiallion, appropriation for Commissioners, and office personneL ___________ 577,1235 lor contingent expenses________ 577, 1235 for printing and binding for ____ 577,1235 for allowances from compensation fund _____________________ 57 ~ 1235 . e nforcing recoveries __________ 578, 1235 deficiency appropriation for office per- sonnel, etc___________________ 5 for contingent expenses____________ 5 for printing and binding ___________ 5,886 for allowances from compensation fund________________________ 5 for salaries, etc __ . __ __ __ ___ _____ ___ 886 for expenses, ete., District of Colum- bia compensation Act__________ 886 for additional payments, 1929, etc__ 1626 EmpZo"ua Compensation Commi88ion- Pap. Continued. in court proceedings under Longshore- men's etc., Compenll&tion Act distriet attorney of the district to appear for_________________ (90 Employua' Compenaation D. C., provisions of Longshoremen's, etc., Act, applicable to injuries to, or death of, an employee of an employer____________________ 600 employments excepted; vessel crews_ 600 common carrier railroad _ _ _ ______ 600 Government_ _ _ _ _ ______________ 600 agricultural, domestic, and casual employment__________________ 600 effective July 1, 1928______________ 600 Employeel/' Compensation [t'und, appropriation for payments from __ 577, 1235 deficiency appropriation for expenses__ 1626 benefits extended to G. J. BeIL_______ 2328 Joe D. DowsL___________________ 2329 Martha A. Hauch_________________ 1733 Employee8' Compen8ation Fund, D. C., appropriation for payments from __ 645,1265 for administrative expenses________ 1265 deficiency appropriation for allowances, etc., from ___________________ 8,1628 Employees, Oovernment, classification of positions of civilian, modified_____________________ 776 Employeel/' Tru8ts, profit sharing trusts, etc.Jor employees, not taxed under .tt .evenue Act__ 839 Employees' Voluntary Beneficiary A1/8ocia- tion8, exempt from income tax_____________ 814 Employment of Minors, D. C., work prohibited by child under 14{' home work, outside of schoo hours,excepted_______________ 998 boys over 10 may distribute news- papers_______________________ 999 hours and time of employment re- stricted, if under 18___________ 999 employers to keep posted in their estab- lishments regulations of legal hours,etc____________________ 999 list of minors employed, time record, etc__________________________ 999 evidence of violation if minor present for longer time, etc _______ . ____ 999 work forbidden in any place dangerous to health_ _ _ __ _______ ________ 999 orders prohibiting, to be issued by Board of Education___________ 999 restriction on_ ___ __________ __ __ _ 999 occupations forbidden minors under 16_ 999 under 18________________ ,_ _ __ __ _ _ 999 girls under 18_ _____ _ ________ _____ 999 delivering messages at night, males between 18 ahd 21.___________ 1000 females between 18 and 2L______ 1000 employment forbidden, between 14 and 18, unless employee procures, etc., a work or vacation permit_ _ 1000 casual work at home of employer out- side of school hours permitted without permit; limitations_ _ _ _ 1000 if employment not specifically prohibited_ _ _ ___ ___ ______ ___ _ 1000 work or vacation permits to be issued only by director of school at- tendance____________________ 1000