Laws: Administrative Committee On Veterans Affairs
The Administrative Committee on Veterans' Affairs is created. The committee must consist of three ex officio nonvoting members and fifteen voting members.
The department of veterans' affairs may grant or refuse an application for relief or assistance from financial assistance programs under the control of the department under policies set by the administrative committee on veterans' affairs. The department's decisions are appealable to an appeals committee appointed by the chairman of the administrative committee.
The general supervision and government of the veterans' home is vested in the administrative committee on veterans' affairs.
The purpose of the veterans' aid fund is to make loans to any veteran and to a surviving spouse of a veteran if the spouse has not remarried. A qualified applicant may be permitted to receive more than one loan providing the total amount of all loans does not exceed five thousand dollars.
The veterans' postwar trust fund is a permanent trust fund of the state of North Dakota and consists of moneys transferred or credited to the fund under this chapter and other laws.