Classification 37: False Claims against the Government (Obsolete)
This classification was established November 16, 1921, for cases on investigations of false claims for compensation by veterans under the Sweet Act and the War Risk Insurance Act (this had not been used when the Bureau adopted the Justice Departments filing scheme earlier in 1921). The program for the vocational rehabilitation of disabled veterans of world War I was administered by the U.S. Veterans Bureau during the period 1921-1928. During this time the FBI investigated claims by the veteran for monthly compensation while he was receiving vocational training. The classification was closed in 1928.
NARA holdings for Classification 37: False Claims against the Government are not yet described in NARA's online catalog. Please contact NARA's Special Access Program at specialaccess_FOIA@nara.gov with your reference request.
|Record Group||Finding Aid Entry||Series Title|
|65||UD-UP 16||Classification 36 and Classification 37 - Microfilem of Case Files, and Class 36 Field Office Case Files, 1943-1949|
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