Miscellaneous Bills-Panama Canal: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Panana Canal ... Eighty-first Congress, First Session on H.R. 2140, a Bill to Amend the Act Entitled "An Act to Provide for the Recognition of the Services of the Civilian Officials and Employees, Citizens of the United States, Engaged in and about the Construction of the Panama Canal," Approved May 29, 1944; H.R. 2237, a Bill to Revise and Codify Laws of the Canal Zone Regarding the Administration of Estates, and for Other Purposes; H.R. 3159, a Bill to Amend the Canal Zone Code, and for Other Purposes. March 29, and April 5, 1949

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1949 - 44 pages
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Page 23 - The acceptance by the claimant of any such award, compromise, or settlement shall be final and conclusive on the claimant, and shall constitute a complete' release by the claimant of any claim against the United States and against the employee of the Government whose act or omission gave rise to the claim, by reason of the same subject matter.
Page 30 - August 1, 1914 ; and for such other expenses not in the United States as the Governor of the Panama Canal may deem necessary best to promote the maintenance and operation, sanitation, and civil government of the Panama Canal, all to be expended under the direction of the Governor of the Panama Canal and...
Page 11 - ... shall be paid, upon the establishment of a valid claim therefor, in the following order of precedence...
Page 11 - Code, supra, by a fine of not more than $500, or by imprisonment in jail for not more than one year, or by both.
Page 27 - ... or exchange of typewriting, adding, and other machines ; purchase or exchange, maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled and horse-drawn passenger-carrying vehicles; claims for damages to vessels passing through the locks of the Panama Canal, as authorized by the Panama Canal Act; claims for losses of or damages to property arising from the conduct of authorized business operations; claims for damages to property arising from the maintenance and operation, sanitation, and civil government...
Page 29 - ... than those passing through the canal, and to others unable to obtain the same elsewhere; from the sale of scrap and other by-products of manufacturing and shop operations; from the sale of obsolete...
Page 29 - ... hereby authorized to be made from time to time by Congress as a part of the maintenance and operation of the said canal. Moneys received from the conduct of said business may be expended and reinvested for such purposes without being covered into the Treasury of the United States; and such moneys are hereby appropriated for such purposes, but all deposits of such funds shall be subject to the provisions of existing law relating to the deposit of other public funds of the United States, and any...
Page 15 - If the decedent leaves a widow or minor child or minor children, and upon the filing of the inventory of the estate it appears that the net value of the whole estate over and above all liens and encumbrances of record at the date of death does not exceed the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, the personal representative of the decedent or the...
Page 2 - If the decedent leaves a surviving spouse or minor child or minor children, and upon the filing of the inventory of the estate it appears that the net value of the whole estate over and above all liens and encumbrances of record at the date of death does not exceed the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, the...
Page 31 - ... equipment for issue to all departments of the Panama Canal, the Panama Railroad, other branches of the United States Government, and for authorized sales, payment in lump sums of not exceeding the amounts authorized by the injury compensation act approved September 7, 1916, to alien cripples who are now a charge upon the Panama Canal by reason of injuries sustained while employed in the construction of the Panama Canal...

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