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I-C considered the lowest class according to the following table: Class: I-A-O

Class: IV-B
1-0

IV-C
I-D

IV-D
II-A

IV-F
II-S

V-A
III-A

I-W
IV-A

I-C

2. Section 1650.11 of Part 1650 is further amended by redesignating paragraph (j) as paragraph (k), paragraph (k) as paragraph (1), paragraph (1) as paragraph (0), paragraph (m) as paragraph (p), and paragraph (n) as paragraph (q) and by adding three new paragraphs (j), (m), and (n) to read as follows:

(j) A special registrant shall be placed in Class II-S only if (1) he has been accepted for admission by a professional school of medicine, dentistry, or veterinary medicine to the class next commencing

for a full-time course of instruction leading to a degree in a specialist category other than that in which he has previously received a degree and, if such class has commenced, has entered such school, or (2) he is a student in any such professional school and the school in which he is in attendance has certified that he is satisfactorily pursuing a full-time course of instruction leading to a degree in a specialist category other than that in which he has previously received a degree.

special registrants except that special registrants shall not be given the medical interview as provided in that part.

(b) Whenever a special registrant who is in Class I-A, Class I-A-O, or Class 1-0 claims that he has one or more of the disqualifying obvious defects or manifest conditions listed in Part 1629 of this chapter, or whenever the local board is of the opinion that such a special registrant has one or more of such defects or conditions, the local board shall prepare an original and three copies of the Record of Induction (DD Form No. 47), by completing all of section I except item 2, and item 18 of section II thereof, and send the original together with all documents in the registrant's file relating to his physical or mental condition to the medical advisor to the local board. The medical advisor after reviewing the written evidence which he receives shall state in item 19 of section II of the Record of Induction (DD Form No. 47) whether or not he believes that the registrant actually has any disqualifying defect or condition. If the medical advisor states that he believes that the registrant has any such defect or condition, the local board shall send the original of the Record of Induction (DD Form No. 47) together with all written evidence relating to the registrant's condition to the State Director of Selective Service who shall obtain a determination from the commanding general of the appropriate army as to whether the registrant shall be forwarded for armed forces physical examination. If the medical advisor states that he does not believe that the registrant has any such defect or condition, the registrant shall be forwarded for armed forces physical examination.

m. Paragraph (d) of $ 1660.21 of Part 1660, Civilian Work in Lieu of Induction, is amended to read as follows:

(d) The Director of Selective Service is authorized to release, or to provide for the release of, any registrant from civilian work in lieu of induction at any time before the registrant has performed such work for a period of twenty-four consecutive months whenever the Director of Selective Service deems such release to be advisable.

n. Paragraph (c) of $ 1660.31 of Part 1660 is amended to read as follows:

(c) When the local board receives the cover sheet of the registrant from the

be

(m) A special registrant shall be placed in Class IV-B under the provisions of $ 1622.41 of this chapter.

(n) A special registrant shall placed in Class IV-C only if he is an alien and has departed from the United States. Such alien shall be placed in Class IV-C even though he is a delinquent but this classification shall in no way relieve him from liability for prosecution for violation of the selective service law. If any registrant so classified under this paragraph returns to the United States, his classification shall be reopened and he shall be classified anew.

1. Paragraphs (a) and (b) of $ 1650.30 of Part 1650 are amended to read as follows:

(a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, the provisions of Part 1628 of this chapter shall be applicable with respect to the physical examination of

Director of Selective Service or the State Director of Selective Service together with the letter stating that the registrant has satisfactorily completed his period of civilian work or a written notification that the registrant has been sooner released from such work by the Director of Selective Service under the provisions of $ 1660.21, the local board shall mail the registrant a certificate evidencing his satisfactory completion of and release from civilian work and shall retain him in Class I-W and identify him on all records by following his classification with the abbreviation "Rel." until such

time as he attains an age beyond the maximum age of liability for military service.

2. Paragraph 3 of Executive Order No. 10363 of June 17, 1952, prescribing amendments of the Selective Service Regulations is hereby amended, effective as of June 17, 1952, by substituting for the designation "paragraph (b) of $ 1622.30” appearing therein the designation "paragraph (c) of $ 1622.30”.

HARRY S. TRUMAN THE WHITE HOUSE,

December 17, 1952.

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CHAPTER III—PRESIDENTIAL, DOCUMENTS OTHER THAN PROCLAMATIONS AND EXECUTIVE ORDERS

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REORGANIZATION PLAN NO. 5 OF

1952 Prepared by the President and Trans

mitted to the Senate and the House of Representatives in Congress Assembled, May 1, 1952, Pursuant to the Provisions of the Reorganization Act of 1949, Approved June 20, 1949

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

enue Code. The provisions of the foregoing sentence shall become effective with respect to each office abolished thereby at such time as the Secretary of the Treasury shall specify, but in no event later than December 1, 1952. The Secretary of the Treasury shall make such provisions as he shall deem necessary respecting the winding up of the affairs of any officer whose office is abolished by the provisions of this section.

SEC. 2. Establishment of new offices. (a) New offices are hereby established in the Bureau of Internal Revenue as follows: (1) three offices each of which shall have the title of “Assistant Commissioner of Internal Revenue,” (2) SO many offices, not in excess of 25 existing at any one time, as the Secretary of the Treasury shall from time to time determine, each of which shall have the title of "District Commissioner of Internal Revenue,” and (3) so many other offices, not in excess of 70 existing at any one time, and with such title or titles, as the Secretary of the Treasury shall from time to time determine.

(b) There is hereby established in the Department of the Treasury a new and additional office which shall have the title “Assistant General Counsel."

SEC. 3. Appointment and compensation. Each assistant commissioner and district commissioner, the assistant general counsel, and each other officer provided for in section 2 of this reorganization plan shall be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury under the classified civil service and shall receive compensation which shall be fixed from time to time pursuant to the classification laws, as now or hereafter amended, except that the compensation may be fixed without regard to the numerical limitations on positions set forth in section 505 of the Classification Act of 1949, as amended (5 U. S. C. 1105).

SEC. 4. Transfer of functions. There are transferred to the Secretary of the Treasury the functions, if any, that have been vested by statute in officers, agencies, or employees of the Bureau of Internal Revenue of the Department of the Treasury since the effective date of Reorganization Plan No. 26 of 1950 (15 F. R. 4935).

SECTION 1. Functions transferred to the Board of Commissioners. There are hereby transferred to the Board of Commissioners of the District of Columbia (hereafter in this reorganization plan referred to as the Board of Commissioners) all functions of the following named offices and agencies of the Government of the District of Columbia, including in the case of each the functions of all officers, employees, and subordinate agencies:

Alcoholic Beverage Control Board
Anatomical Board
Board of Accountancy
Board of Assistant Assessors
Board of Barber Examiners for the Dis-

trict of Columbia Board for the Condemnation of Dangerous

and Unsafe Buildings Board for the Condemnation of Insanitary

Buildings in the District of Columbia Board of Dental Examiners Board of Equalization and Review Board of Examiners and Registrars of

Architects Board of Examiners of Steam and other

Operating Engineers Board of Examiners of Veterinary Medicine Board of Optometry Board of Parole Board of Pharmacy Board of Podiatry Examiners Board of Police and Fire Surgeons Board of Public Welfare Board of Revocation and Review of Hackers

Identification Cards Board of Revocation, Suspension and Re

storation of Operators Permits Board of Special Appeals Board of Tax Appeals Bridge Division Budget Office Building Inspection Division Central Garage and Shops Central Permit Bureau Commission on Licensure to Practice the

Healing Art in the District of Columbia Committee on Special Assessment Appeals Construction Division

1 Effective July 1, 1952, under the provisions of section 6 of the act; published pursuant to section 11 of the act (63 Stat. 203; 5 U. S. C. Sup. 1332).

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