Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944 (Public Law 346, 78th Congress, June 22, 1944) with amendments prior to September 23, 1950: and the Act Providing for Vocational Rehabilitation of Disabled Veterans (Public Law 16, 78th Congress, March 24, 1943) with amendments prior to August 11, 1948 and appendix of certain laws related thereto.
“5. The Administrator shall pay to the educational or training institution, for each person enrolled in full time or part time course of education or training, the customary cost of tuition, and such laboratory, library, health, infirmary, and other similar fees as are customarily charged, and may pay for books, supplies, equipment, and other necessary expenses, exclusive of board, lodging, other living expenses, and travel, as are generally required for the successful pursuit and completion of the course by other students in the institution: Provided, That in no event shall such payments, with respect any person, exceed $500 for an ordinary school year: Provided further, That no payments shall be made to institutions, business or other establishments furnishing apprentice training on the job: And provided further, That if any such institution has no established tuition fee, or if its established tuition fee shall be found by the Administrator to be inadequate compensation to such institution for furnishing such education or training, he is authorized to provide for the payment, with respect to any such person, of such fair and reasonable compensation as will not exceed $500 for an ordinary school year.”
U.S. Congress. 1950. Servicemen’s Readjustment (GI Bill) Act of 1944 and Act Providing for Vocational Rehabilitation of Disabled Veterans with amendments. 80th Cong. 2d sess. H. Comm. Print no. 371.