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History of Title 24 United States Code – Hospitals & Asylums

 

As early as July 16, 1798, ch. 77, §4, 1 Stat. 606, contributions of 20 cents per month were taken from every active-duty member for the relief of seamen. Paul Hamilton of South Carolina, secretary of the Navy under President James Madison legislated the Naval Hospital Act of Feb. 26, 1811 to provide for Naval Hospitals and the Naval Asylum. Distracted by the War of 1812 the Naval Asylum was not established until 1834, after the citizen's arrest, detention, trial by jury, lengthy appeal due to severe illness in re: US v. Thomas Fillebrown, Secretary of Commissioners of Navy Hospitals 32 US 28 7 Pet. 28 (1833). R.S. §4801 was derived from the act of Feb. 26, 1811. Abraham Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation at the Soldiers' Home, now called the Armed Forces Retirement Home, in Washington D.C. President Lincoln is also attributed with founding Freedmen's Hospital, and the Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. Legislation of the Soldier's and Airmen's Home is first attributed to R.S. §4815; Mar. 3, 1883, ch. 130, §10, 22 Stat. 565. R.S. §4825, related to organization of National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. R.S. §4838; related to Saint Elizabeths Hospital on July 1, 1916. R.S. §2038; related to Freedmen's Hospital act June 23, 1874. R.S. §4877 relating to National Cemeteries acts July 24, 1876. Gorgas Hospital is dated Mar. 24, 1928, ch. 240, §1, 45 Stat. 365. Hospitalization of Mentally Ill Nationals was legislated by Pub. L. 86–571, §1, July 5, 1960. The Armed Forces Retirement Home was legislated by Pub. L. 101–510, div. A, title XV, §1502, Nov. 5, 1990. Hospitals & Asylums has been amended many times, most recently so that section 302904 of title 54 was substituted for section 101(e)(3) of the National Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 470a(e)(3)) on authority of Pub. L. 113–287, §6(e), Dec. 19, 2014, 128 Stat. 3272, which Act enacted Title 54, National Park Service and Related Programs. This historical work is prepared for Veterans Day 11 November 2021 to consolidate the legislation with annotation regarding amendment and repeal.

 

Anthony J. Sanders v. Antony J. Blinken, Secretary of State; In re: Netspend and Google HA-24-9-21 (in-composition)

 

Secrecy of Netspend correspondence is compromised, contagious and cured with a dose of email in Microsoft. Using Microsoft relieves Mail App messaging block. Telephone messaging is also affected and relieved at same time. Toll-free numbers are strangely expensive, and cut off at inopportune moments, due to infringement of Tracfone, former free-government cell-phone, by Straight Talk billing. Interdepartmental communications at Netspend may also fail to send or receive. Anti-trust of inability to remove Mail App and App Store from Apple computers. Offices are advised to store records in Apple, email in PC. Parties to turn vacation responders on and follow up on failures to appear by phone, mail, fax and especially in person to present credentials. Vacation responder doesn't work in basic gmail cc: (secret email). Proliferation of Apple charge block App in DC. Conventional office work is essential to relieve COVID-19 related insolvency. Write sandersanthony955@gmail.com Settlement: >$16,200 life savings transfer from Netspend to tax-free ABLE Account + $40 a day FDIC witness fees from 24 September 2021 or $250,000 FDIC insurance settlement for unclaimed funds despite delay in deleting fictitious sub-claimants.  <$200 million direct deposit industry bailout for Netspend bankruptcy to be acquired and merged with Direct Express monopoly, with reimbursement for the cancellation of any counterfeit currency from the 2020 payroll tax overestimate by the Board of Trustees of the Social Security Trust Funds.  Transfer +/- $10 billion + 3% inflation in completely terminated International Security Assistance, other than Non-Proliferation, Antiterrorism, Demining and Related Programs $1 billion (2025), to an International Poverty Line Account in a thereby created Supplemental Security Income Trust Fund to be fully funded to end child poverty by 2024 and all poverty by 2030 by repealing the tax loophole at Sec. 230 of the Social Security Act 42USC§430.  Termination and repeal of Authority to Employ FBI and DEA Senior Executive Service 5USC§3151-§3152, representation on visit exchange committee 28CFR§0.87, and Office of National Drug Policy 21USC§1701 et seq. Closure of J. Edgar Hoover, FBI Office Building, next to Justice Department, by tax and rent-free American, Federal and DC Bar Association building maintenance and utility. Conventional office support for COVID-19 and influenza pandemics - Hydrocortisone, eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint or salt helps water cure coronavirus colds. Wash your nose. Submerge the head in water, especially saline or chlorine, to instantly cure coronavirus allergic rhinitis (John 1: 26)(Luke 3: 7)(1 Peter 3: 21)(Mark 6: 24). A dab of hydrocortisone crème to the nose and chest, mentholyptus cough drop or Echinacea pill cures Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) from coronavirus. Mentholyptus cough drops cure both SARS and wet cough of influenza. Pneumovax or Ampicillin for Azithromycin resistance may be needed to treat the dry cough of pneumonia. Lysol cures as it cleans. Shared office building airspace should be sterilized with eucalyptus scented humidifiers.

 

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