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form for such purpose, and he also is authorized to received (sic) and transmit to the Veterans' Bureau applications for reinstatement of lapsed insurance and applications for conversion of yearly renewable term insurance." Art. IV, here amended, is set out in 9 Fed. Stat. Ann. (2d ed.) 1325.
Sec. 30. [Incontestability of policies of insurance - Sec. 411 added.] A new section is hereby added to Article IV of the War Risk Insurance Act to be known as section 411, and to read as follows:
“ SEC. 411. Subject to the provisions of section 29 of the War Risk Insurance Act and amendments thereto policies of insurance heretofore or hereafter issued in accordance with Article IV of the War Risk Insurance Act shall be incontestable after six months from date of issuance, or reinstatement, except for fraud or nonpayment of premiums."
Art. IV, here amended, is set out in 9 Fed. Stat. Ann. (2d ed.) 1325.
WAR FINANCE CORPORATION
WAR RISK INSURANCE See HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS; WAR DEPARTMENT AND MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT
WATERS Act of March 3, 1921, 333.
Federal Power Act Amended - Permits Relating to Use of Water
in National Parks - Specific Authorization of Congress, 333. Act of March 4, 1921 (Sundry Civil Appropriation Act), 334. Sec. 1. Reclamation Service - Expenditures for Projects, 334.
Traveling Expenses — Automobiles and Motor Cycles — Mileage,
334. Reclamation Fund — Sources - Expenditures — Purposes, 334.
See also PUBLIC LANDS; RIVERS, HARBORS AND CANALS; STATES
An Act To amend an Act entitled “ An Act to create a Federal Power Com
mission; to provide for the improvement of navigation; the development of water power; the use of the public lands in relation thereto; and to repeal section 18 of the River and Harbor Appropriation Act, approved August 8, 1917, and for other purposes," approved June 10, 1920.
[Act of March 3, 1921.] [Federal Power Act amended - permits relating to use of water in national parks - specific authorization of Congress.] That hereafter no permit, license, lease, or authorization for dams, conduits, reservoirs, power houses, transmission lines, or other works for storage or carriage of water, or for the development, transmission, or utilization of power, within the limits as now constituted of any national park or national monument shall be granted or made without specific authority of Congress, and so much of the Act of Congress approved June 10, 1920, entitled “ An Act to create a Federal Power Commission; to provide for the improvement of navigation; the development of water power; the use of the public lands in relation thereto; and to repeal section 18 of the River and Harbor Appropriation Act, approved August 8, 1917, and for other purposes," approved June 10, 1920, as authorizes licensing such uses of existing national parks and national monuments by the Federal Power Commission is hereby repealed.
For Act of June 10, 1920, affected by the text, see 1920 Supp. Fed. Stat. Ann. 367.
For section 18 of Act of Aug., 1917, affected by the text, see 1918 Supp. Fed. Supp. Ann. 775.
[Reclamation service - expenditures for projects.] Under the provisions of this Act no greater sum shall be expended, nor shall the United States be obligated to expend, during the fiscal year 1922, on any reclamation project appropriated for herein at amount in excess of the sum herein appropriated therefor, nor shall the whole expenditures or obligations incurred for all of such projects for the fiscal year 1922 exceed the whole amount in the reclamation fund for that fiscal year;
This and the paragraphs which follow are from the Sundry Civil Appropriation Act of March 4, 1921.
[Traveling expenses -- automobiles and motor cycles — mileage.] Whenever, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1922, the Director of the Reclamation Service shall find that the expenses of travel can be reduced thereby, he may, in lieu of actual traveling expenses, under such regulations as he may prescribe, authorize the payment of not to exceed 3 cents per mile for a motor cycle or 7 cents per mile for an automobile, used for necessary travel on official business; See note to preceding paragraph.
[Reclamation fund — sources — expenditures — purposes.] All moneys hereafter received from any State, municipality, corporation, association, firm, district, or individual for investigations, surveys, construction work, or any other development work incident thereto involving operations similar to those provided for by the reclamation law shall be covered into the reclamation fund and shall be available for expenditure for the purposes for which contributed in like manner as if said sums had been specifically appropriated for said purposes ;
See note to first paragraph of this section.
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES Act of March 3, 1921 (Legislative, Executive and Judicial Appropriation Act),
335. 1. Bureau of Standards - Investigations for Departments and
Independent Establishments — Transfer of Funds, 335. (Sec. 1.]
[Bureau of Standards — investigations for departments and independent establishments — transfer of funds.] During the fiscal year 1922 the head of any department or independent establishment of the Government having funds available for scientific investigations and requiring cooperative work by the Bureau of Standards on scientific investigations within the scope of the functions of that bureau and which it is unable to perform within the limits of its appropriations may, with the approval of the Secretary of Commerce, transfer to the Bureau of Standards such sums as may be necessary to carry on such investigations. The Secretary of the Treasury shall transfer on the books of the Treasury Department any sums which may be authorized hereunder and such amounts shall be placed to the credit of the Bureau of Standards for the performance of work for the department or establishment from which the transfer is made. This is from the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Appropriation Act of March 3, 1921.
WEST INDIAN ISLANDS
See VIRGIN ISLANDS