Department of Justice Appropriation Bill for 1939: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Seventy-fifth Congress, Third Session on the Department of Justice Appropriation Bill for 1939
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on State, Justice, Commerce, and Labor Departments Appropriations
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1938 - 510 pages
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Page 26 - The purpose of the Department of Labor shall be to foster, promote, and develop the welfare of the wage earners of the United States, to improve their working conditions, and to advance their opportunities for profitable employment.
Page 81 - President is hereby authorized to establish such agencies, to accept and utilize such voluntary and uncompensated services, to appoint, without regard to the provisions of the civil service laws, such officers and employees, and to utilize such Federal officers and employees, and, with the consent of the State, such State and local officers and employees, as he may find necessary, to prescribe their authorities, duties, responsibilities, and tenure, and, without regard to the Classification Act of...
Page 26 - Education to make, or cause to have made studies, investigations, and reports, with particular reference to their use in aiding the States in the establishment of vocational schools and classes and in giving instruction in agriculture, trades and industries, commerce and commercial pursuits, and home economics.
Page 182 - State, services for promoting the health of mothers and children, especially in rural areas and in areas suffering from severe economic distress, . . . the sum of $11,000,000.
Page 303 - The justification statements on this item appear on pages 71 and 72, which will be made a part of the record at this point. (The statements referred to are as follows...
Page 188 - for the purpose of enabling the United States, through the Children's Bureau, to cooperate with State public welfare agencies in establishing, extending, and strengthening, especially in predominantly rural areas, public welfare services for the protection and care of homeless, dependent and neglected children and children in danger of becoming delinquent.
Page 145 - Naturalization of books actually delivered to such student candidates for citizenship, and a monthly naturalization bulletin, and in this duty to secure the aid of and cooperate with the official State and national organizations, including those concerned with vocational education and including personal services in the District of Columbia...
Page 26 - Such studies, investigations, and reports shall include agriculture and agricultural processes and requirements upon agricultural workers; trades, industries, and apprenticeships, trade and industrial requirements upon industrial workers, and classification of industrial processes and pursuits; commerce and commercial pursuits and requirements upon commercial workers; home management, domestic science, and the study of related facts and principles; and problems of administration of vocational schools...
Page 122 - Mr. McMiLLAN. 1 think that would be well to include for the 6 months of the present fiscal year, because, as I understand it, this is the first year this item has been carried for you. Mr. McCLURE. Yes. Mr. McMiLLAN. Perhaps you have available a record of your examinations made for the past 6 months. I wish you would insert in the record a table showing the number of examinations you have made, the number of delinquencies that have been revealed as the result of these examinations, as well as the...