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第285页 - In addition to military training, soldiers while in the active service shall hereafter be given the opportunity to study and receive instruction upon educational lines of such character as to increase their military efficiency and enable them to return to civil life better equipped for industrial, commercial, and general business occupations.
第97页 - An Act making appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and seventeen, and for other purposes...
第194页 - That during the present emergency every commissioned officer of the Army of the United States on duty in the field, or on active duty without the territorial jurisdiction of the United States, who maintains a place of abode for a wife, child, or dependent parent...
第433页 - Merritt, occupied the chair, and called the meeting to order. The Secretary read the minutes of the last meeting, which were approved. Dr. George A. Thompson, of Chicago, read a paper entitled :
第516页 - back to the farm" movement. It is based on the fact that the pendulum has swung too far in the direction of the cities and that a readjustment must take place to restore the economic and the sociological balance. I am a great believer in the larger aspects of regional planning and in...
第109页 - Articles not suitable for naval use will be returned to the sender. Those accepted will be keyed, so that the name and address of the donor, will be permanently recorded at the Navy Department, and every effort will be made to return them, with added historic interest, at the termination of the war. It is, of course, impossible to guarantee them against damage or loss. As the Government cannot, under the law, accept services or material without making some payment therefor, one dollar will be paid...
第97页 - Hereafter the Dental Corps of the Army shall consist of commissioned officers of the same grade and proportionally distributed among such grades as are now or may be hereafter provided by law for the Medical Corps, who shall have the rank, pay, promotion and allowances of officers of corresponding grades in the Medical Corps...
第97页 - ... distributed among such grades as are now or may be hereafter provided by law for the Medical Corps, who shall have the rank, pay, promotion and allowances of officers of corresponding grades in the Medical Corps, including the right to retirement as in the case of other officers, and there shall be one dental officer for every thousand of the total strength of the Regular Army authorized from time to time by law...
第377页 - ... the ground with their feet. They were very grateful when we gave them a few pieces of material of different colours, some glass beads, a hatchet and other articles of hardware. We noticed some in whom one of the middle teeth of the upper jaw was wanting, and others who lacked both. We could not learn the object of this custom, but it is not general, for the greater number of the people had all their teeth.