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Ch. 28. PAY AND ALLOWANCES, NATIONAL TOOD

GUARD, ETC. Pay and allowances; duty in connection with national matches.

Military

1561 Transportation of dependents; Reserve officers

Military

1578a Mileage when called to active duty; Reserve officers.

Military

1579 10367 Travel expense; duty in connection with national matches Military.

1588a
Payments to recipients of pension, disability or retirement
benefits.

Military...0.1 1598
Ch. 29. PAY AND ALLOWANCES, CIVILIAN

EMPLOYEES
Average provision...

Military

1622 Bonus for efficiency prohibited..

Military

1624 Travel expense on transfer, one station to another

P. 0..

1630
Travel expense, expert accountant, Inspector General's De-
partment

Military
1634a

53 Ch. 30. PUBLIC MONEY AND FINANCE Funds for pay of the Army accounted for as one fund. Military

1662 Advances of public money in foreign countries

Military

1679

110 Proceeds of sales to be used for current expenditures..

Military

1702 31 Estimates for printing and binding,

Legis.

1722 Appropriations for Army: Not available for citizens' military training camps. Military

1732 Not available for organized reserves

Military

1733 Not available for post gardens or exchanges

Military

1734

OM Not available for purchase of butter substitutes.

Military

1735 Not available for Reserve Officers' Training Corps. Military

1736 Available for transportation of men and material.

Military

1737 Not available for travel expense

Military

1738

*100 Contingencies of the Army; expenditures.

Military

1742 Appropriations for Army: Not available for contingent-expense purposes.

Military

1744 Appropriations for Corps of Engineers: Availability for operation of boats.

W.D. (Civ.)

1747 Appropriations for field service:

Not available for personal services in office of Assistant
Secretary of War..

Military...
Appropriations for barracks and quarters:
Rental of offices for military attachés.

Military on

1753 Rental of stables.

Military

1753

Eine Appropriations for travel chargeable according to date of order...

Military

1755 Foreign exchange

Military

1757 Ch. 31. PUBLIC PRINTING AND DOCUMENTS Payments to Public Printer by Executive Departments. Legis.

1781

120 Appropriation for War Department printing

Military.

1787
Ch. 32. RIVERS, HARBORS, AND WATERWAYS
Appropriations:
Expendable only when authorized by law.

W.D. (Civ.). 1820
Jurisdiction of improvements.

R. &H.

1821 Examination and surveys

R. & H.

1824

1836 Appropriations expendable in discretion of Secretary of War Military Construction of penstocks....

R. & H.

1860 33 701 Ch. 34. PROCUREMENT OF SUPPLIES AND

SERVICES Industrial and farm products; from District of Columbia reformatory

Dist. Col.

1937 Supplies; through General Supply Committee

Treasury

1941 Animals; standards..

Military

1945 Distinctive equipment; from Post Office Department. P.O.

1961 Fuel; inspection and measurement

Treasury.

1963 40

115a) Interior

1968 Helium...

Military

1968 Military

1971 Motor vehicles...

{P. O..

1971 Motor vehicles for issue to National Guard.

Military

1972

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Ch. 34. PROCUREMENT OF SUPPLIES AND

SERVICES-Continued. Portable stoves and ranges.

Military-
Typewriters; price limits.

Treasury.
Appropriations:
Transfer from State Department.

State.
Transfer to Bureau of Mines..

Interior Fuel; test....

Interior Appropriations; transfer to Bureau of Standards.

Commerce Testing of equipment; by Bureau of Standards.

Commerce Tools, instruments, etc., development of specifications. Commerce Food supplies; inspection..

Agr..
Transfer of appropriations to Geological Survey..

Interior.
Ch. 35. PUBLIC PROPERTY
Recondition of surplus property by Procurement Division - Treasury.
Issues to citizens' military training camps from surplus stocks
without charge...

Military
Sales to the District
of Columbia

Dist. Col
Issues to National Guard from surplus stocks without charge. Military.
Organized Reserves; use of facilities..

Military
Reserve Officers' Training Corps:
Issue from surplus stocks without charge..

Military
Issue of horses.

Military Sale

of subsistence supplies by War to other departments. Justice Furniture on hand to be used in public buildings.

Treasury
Motor vehicles:
Expenditures on ante-1920 cars limited.

Military
Cost of repairs limited to 44 value or $400.

P.O. Expenditures for maintenance, operation, and repair when Military

used for personal or social purposes prohibited. P. O. Typewriters; repair by Procurement Division.

Treasury Maps and surveys: War Dept. to assist Interior

Interior Construction of vessels at arsenals...

Navy Payment of reserve medical officers and nurses by Veterans' Administration.

Military Transfer of appropriations from Veterans Administration Ex. 011 War Department laundries; charges....

Military. CH. 36. TERRITORIES AND INSULAR POSSES

SIONS Sales by Panama Canal

W.D. (Civ.).

TABLE VII

EXECUTIVE ORDERS

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EO 3206 3434 3723 3870 3920 4208 4244 4245 4247 4503. 4576 4601 5211. 5398. 5429 5476 6865 5952 6092 - 6093 -8096

6098. 6099 6100 6101. 6106-A 6109. 6126. 6127. 6131-A 6148 6156. 6157 6158 6159. 6166

Sept. 19, 1906 744. May 22, 1909 665.

Dec. 3, 1918 2023. Dec. 30, 1919 2010. Apr. 14, 1921 1031. Aug. 14, 1922 1071. June 19, 1923 141, 225. Nov. 3, 1923 10028. Apr. 20, 1925 992. June 5, 1925 992. June 5, 1925 992. June 5, 1925 992. Sept. 2, 1926

992. Jan. 28, 1927 914. Mar. 1, 1927 914. Oct. 19, 1929 519a. July 21, 1930 1059a. Aug. 25, 1930 1071. Nov. 4, 1930 1059a, 1064, 1066, 1067. June 27, 1932 1415. Nov. 23, 1932 1503. Mar. 31, 1933

1158. Mar. 31, 1933 1154a. Mar. 31, 1933 1159. Mar. 31, 1933 1144. Mar. 31, 1933 1150. Mar. 31, 1933 1145. Apr. 5, 1933 8998-1. Apr. 10, 1933 899a-1. A pr. 12, 1933 8992-1. May 8, 1933 899a-1. May 8, 1933 8998-1. May 13, 1933 8998-1. May 31, 1933 8998-1. June 6, 1933 1140 Pts. I-IV. June 6, 1933 1142. June 6, 1933 861. June 6, 1933 1144. June 10, 1933 179, 196, 198, 648, 649,

702a, 887, 9412, 963, 965, 971, 977a, 1032, 1034, 1035, 1039, 1426, 1635, 1641, 1703, 1731, 1925, 1941,

1984, 2089. June 16, 1933

899c. June 16, 1933 673. July 8, 1933

899c.
July 11, 1933 899a-1.
July 25, 1933 1506, 1523.
July 28, 1933 965, 971, 977a, 1032,

1034, 1035, 1039.
July 28, 1933 1140 Pt. III.
July 28, 1933 1153.
July 28, 1933 1148.
July 28, 1933 1149.
July 28, 1933 1144.
Nov. 9, 1933 899c.
Jan. 2, 1934 1153.
Jan.
3, 1934

1646.
Jan. 18, 1934 1438.
Jan. 19, 1934 1140 Pts. I-III.
Jan. 19, 1934 1148.
Jan. 19, 1934 861.
Jan. 19, 1934 1144.

Jan. 23, 1934 899a-1.

Feb. 6, 1934 1031.
Feb. 17, 1934 1153.
Feb, 22, 1934 141, 225.
Feb. 26, 1934

979. Apr. 7, 1934

695.
Apr. 25, 1934 979.
May 2, 1934 861.
May 23, 1934 888a, 1636.
May 29, 1934

86.
May 29, 1934 1703.
June 5, 1934 695.
June 30, 1934 1506, 1523.
June 30, 1934 1148.
June 30, 1934 1159,
Oct. 23, 1934 1071.
Dec. 11, 1934 1936.
Dec. 24, 1934 1757.
Feb. 4, 1935

1936.
Feb. 5, 1935 1144.
Feb. 8, 1935 1140 Pt. V.
Mar. 19, 1935 1140 Pts. I, II, VI.
Mar. 19, 1935 1153.
Mar. 19, 1935 1144, 1148.
Mar. 25, 1935 2124.
Apr. 19, 1935

2125. May 6, 1935 899c. July 18, 1935 1994. Aug. 6, 1935 1049. Aug. 9, 1935

2104. Aug. 12, 1935 5198. Aug. 23, 1935

744.
Oct. 26, 1935 1006a, 1014.
Dec. 6, 1935 1031.
Dec. 19, 1935 2104,
Jan. 6, 1936

2010.
Feb. 7, 1936 926.
Feb. 10, 1936 899q.
Feb. 11, 1936 1006a.
Feb. 14, 1936 1489.
Feb. 16, 1936 2210.
Feb. 18, 1936 886b.
Mar. 9, 1936 1757.
Mar. 21, 1936 1609b.
May 4, 1936 1006a.
May 18, 19368998-1.
May 20, 1936 940.
May 20, 1936

1014.
June 3, 1936 10068.
June 26, 1936 1757.
July 6, 1936 2124.
July 9, 1936 1609b.
July 9, 1936 1609c.
July 10, 1936 255, 305.
Aug. 31, 1936 940.
Sept. 17, 1936 1006a.
Sept. 26, 1936 2198a.
Oct.
6, 1936

868,
Oct. 7, 1936 1014.
Oct. 15, 1936 755a.
Oct. 27, 1936 868.
Nov. 12, 1936 868.
Dec. 3, 1936 1503.
Dec. 21, 1936 2106.
Jan. 19, 1937 1024.
Feb. 1, 1937 1757.
Mar. 19, 1937 | 935.

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7696. 7697 7700 7707 7717 7747 7766 7785. 7786. 7793 7800. 7806. 7831. 7837 7845. 7846. 7879. 7880.

June 21, 1937 741.
July 26, 1937 899a-3, 899a-6, 8991-

12.
Aug. 23, 1937 | 265, 305.
Aug. 23, 1937 1014.
Aug. 31, 1937 665.
Sept. 11, 1937 940.
Sopt. 29, 1937 899a-12.
Nov. 29, 1937 | 815.
Dec. 10, 1937 1757.
Jan. 8, 1938

1757.
Jan.

8, 1938 914.
Jan. 26, 1938 1015.
Jan. 27, 1938 1014.
Feb. 5, 1938 2124.
Mar. 7, 1938 1489.
Mar. 18, 1938

681.
Mar. 21, 1938 1609b.
Mar. 21, 1938 1609c.
May 9, 1938 1609b.
May 9, 1938 1609c.

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TABLE VIII

PROVISIONS IN 1929 EDITION AND SUPPLEMENT V

ELIMINATED OR TRANSFERRED

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Column “A” shows provisions appearing in 1929 Edition and Supplement V which have been eliminated or transferred. Column “B” shows elimination, or now number in case of transfer.

NOTE.-Sections or paragraphs thereof, not listed in Column "A" are reprinted under the same section number. “g” means Supplement V; “(1),” “(2),” etc., means first, second, etc., paragraph of section as published in the 1929 Edition or Supplement V.

A 7. 7(S) (2-3) 11.. 16 (1)178. 30 (3) 39. 40 42. 48 (1). 50 (2) 52 569. 60. 74 (2). 74 (8) 75 (2) 75 (8) 76 (1) 77 (1) 92 (1) 94 (2) 105 112. 114. 117a. 121 (8) 127 (2) 127 (3). 131. 136. 138

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