Ordnance Property Regulations, 1917

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1917 - 135 pages
 

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Page 7 - ... institutions where one or more units of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps are maintained.
Page 7 - The Secretary of War is authorized to issue, at his discretion and under proper regulations to be prescribed by him, out of ordnance and ordnance stores belonging to the government, and which can be spared for that purpose, such number of the same as may appear to be...
Page 12 - Department for the purpose of administering the oaths required by law in the settlement of officers' accounts for clothing, camp and garrison equipage, quartermaster's stores and ordnance, which oath" shall be adminstered without expense to the parties taking them. (In settling the accounts of the commanding officer of a company for clothing and other military supplies the affidavit of any such officer may be received to show the loss of vouchers or company books, or any matter or circumstance tending...
Page 9 - That the Secretary of War is authorized to issue at his discretion, and under proper regulations to be prescribed by him, out of ordnance and ordnance stores belonging to the Government, and which can be spared for that purpose...
Page 12 - Art. 84. Waste or unlawful disposition of military property issued to soldiers. Any soldier who sells or wrongfully disposes of or willfully or through neglect injures or loses any horse, arms, ammunition, accouterments, equipment, clothing, or other property issued for use in the military service, shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.
Page 12 - ... clothing, funds, or other property thereunto belonging, who knowingly makes a false return thereof shall be dismissed from the service and suffer such other punishment as a court-martial may direct.
Page 7 - ... and the Secretary shall require a bond in each case, in double the value of the property, for the care and safe-keeping thereof and for the return of the same when required...
Page 6 - Y. That whenever it shall be shown to the satisfaction of the Secretary of the Treasury that, in any case of unascertained or estimated duties, or payments made upon appeal, more money has been paid to or deposited with a collector of customs than, as has been ascertained by final liquidation thereof, the law required to be paid or deposited, the Secretary of the Treasury...
Page 6 - War is hereby authorized, under such regulations as he may prescribe, on the requisitions of the governors of the several States and Territories, or the commanding general of the militia of the District of Columbia...
Page 13 - Said certificate shall set forth the condition of such officer's or agent's property returns, that it includes all charges made up to its date and not previously certified, that he has had a reasonable opportunity to be heard and has not been relieved of responsibility...

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