Annual Report of the Secretary of War

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1907

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Page 50 - Subsistence to cause each claim to be examined, and, if convinced that it is just, and of the loyalty of the claimant, and that the stores have been actually received or taken for the use of and used by said Army, then to report each case for payment to the Third Auditor of the Treasury, with a recommendation for settlement.
Page 219 - February twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, and for the necessary traveling expenses of said member when traveling on duty as contemplated in said Act; for the payment of the necessary expenses of the board, including a per diem allowance to each officer detailed to serve thereon, when employed on duty away from his permanent station, of two dollars and fifty cents a day ; and for the test of experimental guns, carriages, and other devices procured in accordance with the recommendation...
Page 184 - February second, nineteen hundred and one, may be made from the Army at large from the grade in which the vacancy exists, or from the grade below...
Page 220 - Provided, That before any money shall be expended in the construction or test of any gun, gun carriage, ammunition, or implements under the supervision of the said Board, the Board shall be satisfied, after due inquiry, that the Government of the United States has a lawful right to use the inventions involved in the construction of such gun, gun carriage, ammunition, or implements, or that the construction or test is made at the request of a person either having such lawful right or authorized to...
Page 162 - That of the receipts of the Washington-Alaska Military Cable and Telegraph System that have been covered into the Treasury of the United States, the sum of one hundred and...
Page 120 - Confederate horse claims," so called, arising under the act of Congress approved February 27, 1902 (32 Stat. L., 43). Many other informal calls, of which no record was kept, were received from the Secretary of War, the Assistant Secretary of War, the Chief of Staff, and various bureaus and offices of the Department. The total number of recorded cases, formal and informal, received during the year was 281,679, which was an average of 923 cases for each working day in the fiscal year. The pension cases...
Page 219 - To enable the Board to make all needful and proper purchases, experiments, and tests to ascertain, with a view to their utilization by the Government, the most effective guns, small arms, cartridges, projectiles, fuses, explosives, torpedoes, armor plates, and other implements and engines of war...
Page 44 - There were issued during the fiscal year to the governors of the several States and Territories and to the commanding general of the District of Columbia militia, under the...
Page 79 - It, 1906, 34 Stats., 256). Amounts accruing to this fund: A. On account of supplies transferred to — Engineer Department, US Army $280. 00 Quartermaster's Department, US Army 6. 24 Board of Road Commissioners, Alaska 31. 67 Isthmian Canal Commission 18, 418. 26 Navy and Marine Corps 1, 442. 31 Forest Service 177. 50 States, for the use of the militia 31,109.07 $51, 465. 05 B. On account of supplies...
Page 184 - ... grade in which the vacancy exists or the grade below, provided that officers so detailed in the grades below that of major should not be again eligible for such detail until they should have served for at least one year away from that corps. That the Signal Corps, as herein recommended, should be organized as may be directed by the President of the United States, and the officers and enlisted men on duty with the companies and battalions assigned to duty with troops should constitute a part of...

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