Army Appropriation Bill, 1919: (supplemental) Hearings Before the Committee on Military Affairs, House of Representatives, Sixty-fifth Congress, Second Session. May 3, 6, 7, 8, 1918

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Side 9 - States shall be exempt from the selective draft herein prescribed; and nothing in this act contained shall be construed to require or compel any person to serve in any of the forces herein provided for who is found to be a member of any well-recognized religious sect or organization at present organized and existing and whose existing creed or principles forbid its members to participate in war in any form and whose religious convictions are against war or participation therein in accordance with...
Side 25 - An Act to authorize the President to increase temporarily the Military Establishment of the United States...
Side 11 - Crops, and pay clerks at the rate of $12 per room per month; and, when specifically authorized by the Secretary of War, to enlisted men at the rate of $15 per month, or in lieu thereof he may, in his discretion, rent quarters for the use of said enlisted men when so on duty.
Side 25 - Provided, That nothing in this act shall be construed to require or compel any member of any well-recognized religious sect or organization at present organized and existing whose creed forbids its members to participate in war in any form, and whose religious convictions are against war or participation therein, in accordance with the creed of said religious organization, to serve in the militia or any other armed or volunteer force under the jurisdiction and authority of the United States.
Side 26 - Any service in the Quartermaster Corps, in the United States may be treated as noncombatant. Also, in rear of zone of operations, service in the following-: Stevedore companies, labor companies, remount depots, veterinary hospitals, supply depots, bakery companies, the subsistence service, the bathing service, the laundry service, the salvage service, the clothing renovation service, the shoe repair service, the transportation repair service, and motortruck companies. c. Any engineer service ,in...
Side 84 - The present system is similar to the first practice, except that the oil, while under pressure, is not only fed to main bearings but through holes inside of crank cheeks to crank pins, instead of feeding these crank pins through the scuppers.
Side 11 - That hereafter the heat and light actually necessary for the authorized allowance of quarters for officers and enlisted men shall be furnished at the expense of the United States under such regulations as the Secretary of War may prescribe: *
Side 9 - Department. (6) Any service in the Quartermaster Corps in the United States may be treated as noncombatant. Also in rear of zone of operations, service in the following: Stevedore companies, labor companies, remount depots, veterinary hospitals, supply depots, bakery companies, the subsistence service, the bathing service, the laundry service, the salvage service, the clothing renovation service, the shoe-repair service, the transportation repair service, and motor-truck companies.
Side 26 - I hereby declare that the following military service Is noncombatant service: (a) Service in the Medical Corps wherever performed. This includes service in the sanitary detachments attached to combatant units at the front; service In the divisional sanitary trains composed of ambulance companies and field hospital companies, on the line of communications, at the base In France, and with the troops and at hospitals In the United States ; also the service of supply and repair in the Medical Department....
Side 9 - Stevedore companies, labor companies, remount depots, veterinary hospitals, supply depots, bakery companies, the subsistence service, the bathing service, the laundry service, the salvage service, the clothing renovation service, the shoe repair service, the transportation repair service, and motor-truck companies. c. Any engineer service in the United States may be treated as noncombatant service. Also, in rear of zone of operations, service as follows: Railroad building, operation and repair; road...

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