Annual Report - Chief, National Guard Bureau

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Page 25 - SEC. 5. That whenever the President calls forth the organized militia of any State. Territory, or of the District of Columbia, to be employed in the service of the United States, he may specify in his call the period for which such service is required, and the militia so called shall continue to serve during the term so specified, either within or without the territory of the United States, unless sooner relieved by order of the President...
Page 294 - War, and if it shall appear to the Secretary of War from the record of survey that the property has been lost or destroyed through unavoidable causes, he is hereby authorized to relieve the State from further accountability therefor...
Page 198 - Army, subject in time of peace to such general exceptions as may be authorized by the Secretary of War.
Page 294 - If the articles so surveyed are found to be unserviceable or unsuitable, the Secretary of War shall direct what disposition by sale or otherwise shall be made of them ; and if sold, the proceeds of such sale...
Page 22 - In the absence of such assignment by the President, officers of the same grade shall rank and have precedence in the following order, without regard to date of rank or commission as between officers of different classes, namely: First, officers of the Regular Army...
Page 23 - Territory or of the District of Columbia to be employed in the service of the United States, he may specify in his call the period for which such service is required, not exceeding nine months, and the militia so called shall continue to serve during the term so specified, unless sooner discharged by order of the President.
Page 321 - Columbia ; for the promotion of rifle practice, including the acquisition. construction, maintenance, and equipment of shooting galleries and suitable target ranges; for the hiring of horses and draft animals for the use of mounted troops, batteries, and wagons ; for forage for the same ; and for such other incidental expenses in connection with lawfully authorized encampments, maneuvers, and field instruction as the Secretary of War may deem necessary...
Page 317 - The appropriation provided for in this section shall be apportioned among the several States and Territories under just and equitable procedure to be prescribed by the Secretary of War and in direct ratio to the number of enlisted men in active service in the National Guard existing in such States and Territories at the date of apportionment of said appropriation, and to the District of Columbia, under such regulations as the President may prescribe: Provided...
Page 59 - When the duration of any office, is not provided by this Constitution, it may be declared, by law, and if not so declare^, such office shall be held during the pleasure of the authority making the appointment.
Page 21 - Except as otherwise specifically provided herein no money appropriated under the provisions of this or the last preceding section shall be paid to any person not on the active list, nor to any person over sixty-four years of age, nor to any person who shall fail to qualify as to fitness for military service under such regulations as the Secretary of War shall prescribe...

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