Official Register of the United States

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1872
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Page 290 - The board, •whenever it finds an officer incapacitated for active service, will report whether, in its judgment, the said incapacity result from long and faithful service, from wounds or injury received in the line of duty, from sickness or exposure therein, or from any other incident of service.
Page ii - September, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, with the compensation allowed to each ; and of all printers within the period aforesaid, in any way employed by Congress, or by any department or officer of the government...
Page ii - That once in two years, a register, containing correct lists of all the officers and agents, civil, military and naval, in the service of the United States, made up to the last day of September of each year in which a new Congress is to assemble, be compiled and printed under the direction of the Secretary for the department of state. And to enable him to form such register, he, for his own department, and the heads of the other departments, respectively, shall, in due time, cause such lists...
Page ii - ... each year in which a new congress is to assemble, be compiled and printed under the direction of the secretary for the department of state. And to enable him to form such register, he, for his own department, and the heads of the other departments respectively, shall, in due time, cause such lists as aforesaid, of all officers and agents, in their respective departments, including clerks, cadeU, and midshipmen, to be made and lodged in the office of the department of state.
Page ii - Navy subjoin to the list of the persons employed in his department, the names, force and condition of all the ships and vessels belonging to the United States, and when and where built.
Page 54 - That the Comptroller of the Currency, with the approbation of the Secretary of the Treasury, as often as shall be deemed necessary or proper, shall appoint a suitable person or persons to make an examination of the affairs of every banking association, which person shall not be a director or other officer in any association whose affairs he shall be appointed to examine, and who shall have...
Page 255 - ... transportation by the Quartermaster's Department, or on a conveyance belonging to or chartered by the United States...
Page 286 - Retired for incapacity resultin9 from lon9 and faithful service, from wounds or injury received in the line of duty, from sickness or exposure therein, or from other incident of service, in conformity with the 23d section oftheact of Au9ust, 3, 1861.
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Page 287 - Hiiirt'tl for incompetency or disability proceeding from other cause» not incident to the service, in conformity with the 23d section of the act of August 3, 1861.

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