U.S. Secret Service Procedures and Regulations: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Claims and Governmental Relations of ... , 93-2, August 21, September 12 & 19, 1974
1974 - 88 pages
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Page 47 - To establish procedures and regulations for certain protective services provided by the United States Secret Service." The bill would repeal section 2 of the Act of June 6, 1908 (Public Law 90-331 ; 82 Stat. 170) which requires all Federal agencies to assist the Secret Service
Page 46 - to establish procedures and regulations for certain protective services provided by the United States Secret Service. This Office has prepared a report dealing with the problems which this bill is intended to meet, entitled "Protection of the President at Key
Page 35 - 11499 where appropriate. GSA is invited to do more than simply execute Secret Service requests, particularly when the requests are vague or general. 'Second, we recommended that the accounting system of the Secret Service should require that expenditures at private residences for protective purposes be authorized by the Director or Deputy Director of the Service.
Page 27 - commercial value or of which the estimated cost of continued care and handling would exceed the estimated proceeds from its sale. (a)
Page 36 - In addition, we suggested that Congress may wish to consider limiting the number of private residences at which permanent protective facilities will be provided for a President and that consideration should be given to the desirability of a Government-owned residence in Washington for the Vice President. As you know, Public Law 93-346, enacted July
Page 32 - A proceeding against property in which the United States has an interest is a suit against the United States." United States v. Alabama, 313 US 274, 282
Page 24 - To establish procedures and regulations for certain protective services provided by the United States Secret Service." The bill would repeal section 2 of the Act of June 6, 1968 (Public Law 90-331 ; 82 Stat. 170) which requires all Federal agencies to assist the Secret Service in the performance of its protective duties under section 3056 of title 18 of the United States
Page 35 - Fourth, we recommended that the report made by the Secret Service should be subject to audit by GAO and that GAO should be given complete access to all records, files, and documents supporting expenditures made by the Service.
Page 30 - The divided ownership cases, involving annexation by tenants, licensees, trespassers and conditional vendors, are of an entirely different nature. In these the problem becomes one of deciding whether the owner of a chattel by attaching it, or allowing it to be attached, to the land of another, thereby