Civilian Conservation Corps Regulations, Volume 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1937 - Manpower policy - 171 pages
 

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Page 94 - Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That...
Page 93 - January 1, 1945, on account of damage to or loss of property or on account of personal injury or death caused by the negligent or wrongful act or omission of any employee, of the Government while acting within the scope of his office or employment...
Page 141 - In other words, to make a good soldier the registrant must be able to see well ; have comparatively good hearing ; his heart must be able to stand the stress of physical exertion; he must be intelligent enough to understand and execute military maneuvers, obey commands, and protect himself ; and must be able to transport himself by walking as the exigencies of military life may demand.
Page 93 - States to consider, ascertain, adjust, and determine any claim accruing after April 6, 1917, on account of damages to or loss of privately owned property where the amount of the claim does not exceed $1,000, caused by the negligence of any officer or employee of the Government acting within the scope of hie employment.
Page 93 - When used in this act — The terms " department and establishment " and " department or establishment " mean any executive department, independent commission, board, bureau, office, agency, or other establishment of the Government, including the municipal government of the District of Columbia, but do not include the Legislative Branch of the Government or the Supreme Court of the United States...
Page 142 - If he cannot hear the words at 20 feet, the assistant should approach foot by foot, using the same voice, until the words are repeated correctly. Examine each ear separately, closing the other ear by pressing the tragus firmly against the meatus. The examiner...
Page 153 - Systolic murmurs at the base, except as specified above, especially those heard in the second right intercostal space, require more careful scrutiny. They may be due to disease of the aortic valves. In this case they should be harsh, conveyed well into the neck, associated with an aortic diastolic murmur, with thrill, or with a marked enfeeblement of the aortic second sound. Any of these combinations shall disqualify.
Page 142 - The assistant should speak in a low conversational voice (not a whisper), just plainly audible to the examiner, and should use numerals, names of places, or other words or sentences Until the condition of the applicant's hearing is evident. The acuity .of hearing...
Page 86 - The supplies and services to be obtained by this Instrument are authorized by, are for the purpose set forth In, and are chargeable to the following allotments, the available balances of which are sufficient to cover the cost of the same...
Page 138 - Department that such person has so distinguished himself as to entitle him thereto; but in case an individual who shall distinguish himself dies before the making of the award to which he may be entitled, the award may nevertheless be made and the medal or cross or the bar or other emblem or device presented, within three years from the date of the act justifying the award thereof, to such representative of the deceased as the President may designate...

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