Army Paper Work: A Short, Concise Treatise on Paper Work for Army Officers, Giving Forms and Explaining Their Use and Preparation. 9 Lessons with Test Problems

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Perrin-Smith printing Company, 1917 - 70 pages
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Page 40 - Quartermasters will not pay deposits except on final statements. When they are not paid the soldier should forward his deposit book or the evidence referred to in the preceding paragraph to the Chief of the Quartermaster Corps.
Page 76 - No information will be furnished by any person in the military service which can be made the basis of a claim against the Government, except it be given as the regulations prescribe to the proper officers of the War, Treasury, or Interior Departments, or the Department of Justice.
Page 63 - ... accounts to be stated separately, including the number, source, and date of the order announcing his return to duty, or the result of the trial. The restoration to duty of a deserter by competent authority, namely, by the commander who would be authorized to direct that he be brought to trial, can be ordered only in case the desertion is admitted, and must not be confused with the removal (by the order of such commander or the War Department) of a charge of desertion erroneously entered on the...
Page 70 - If he has no wife but one child living, $40, with $10 for each additional child up to two. (g) If he has a widowed mother dependent on him for support, then, in addition to the above amounts, $10. To an injured person who is totally disabled and in addition so helpless as to be in constant need of a nurse or attendant, such additional sum shall be paid, but not exceeding $20 per month, as the director may deem reasonable...
Page 62 - Rank," in the following order: First, noncommissioned officers, in the order of the grade given in paragraph 9, Army Regulations, 1913, the names under each grade-heading appearing in the order of the dates of warrants; second, all others, except buglers, first-class privates, and privates in alphabetical order of grade; third, buglers; fourth, first-class privates; fifth, privates. The names of the men under each grade-heading, except noncommissioned officers, will appear alphabetically. Lance corporals...
Page 53 - Nov 2/12 from ; in confinement awaiting trial." (2) See heading "Dropped" (a) for remarks in case of conviction of desertion and fraudulent enlistment and sentenced to be dishonorably discharged. (3) See heading "Dropped" (b) for remarks if soldier is not dishonorably discharged, but held to serve out balance of legal enlistment. (4) If such soldier be held to service as of his fraudulent enlistment and is ordered to be discharged from his enlistment from which he deserted, he will be discharged...
Page 63 - ... and date of the order announcing his return to duty, or the result of the trial. The restoration to duty of a deserter by competent authority, namely, by the commander who would be authorized to direct that he be brought to trial, can be ordered only in case the desertion is admitted, and must not be confused with the removal (by the order of such commander or the War Department) of a charge of desertion erroneously entered on the rolls a'gainst a soldier. 15. When a soldier is not...
Page 54 - By Order.— Hon disch Sep 30/15, at Ft Jay, NY, par 15 SO 98 WD 1915. Character: Very good. Service honest and faithful. AWOL July 3 to 10/15 (or no AWOL). Absent fr duty Aug 12 to 20/15 under GO 45 WD 1914 (or no absence fr duty under GO 45 WD 1914). (d) On Surgeonis Certificate of Disability.
Page 63 - Aug 31/17. (1) Allotments should begin with the first day of a month, except that no allotment will begin prior to date of current enlistment. (2) An allotment should be entered on the pay roll for the month in which it commences without waiting for any report from the Quartermaster General that the allotment papers have been received.
Page 43 - ... Names of men belonging to a command will be immediately followed by those of the men who have ceased to belong to it since last muster for pay. These will be classed in the following order: (1) Discharged, (2) furloughed to the reserve, (3) transferred, (4) died, (5) retired, (6) deserted, (7) missing. Under each heading the names will appear in the order prescribed in paragraph 6 above.

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