Orders and Regulations, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1934: Travel and transportation

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1934
 

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17. lappuse - That vessels of the United States, or belonging to the United States, and no others, shall be employed in the transportation by sea of coal, provisions, fodder, or supplies of an}' description, purchased pursuant to law, for the use of the Army or Navy...
8. lappuse - The provisions of paragraph 735, in so far as they require the keeping of a memorandum of the actual expenses incurred and taking of receipts, have no application to civilians operating under conditions which entitle them to a per diem allowance, except for the period while actually traveling and then only for such items of expenses as are not embraced within the per diem allowance.
18. lappuse - March 3, 1885, as extended, for personal baggage of an officer or enlisted man of the Army lost or damaged in changing station should consist of as complete a statement of facts as possible relative to the value of the property and the circumstances attending its loss or damage, and not merely of the conclusions of a board of officers as to such loss or damage, which conclusions are in no way binding on the accounting officers...
17. lappuse - Vessels of the United States, or belonging to the United States, and no others, shall be employed in the transportation by sea of coal, provisions, fodder, or supplies of any description, purchased pursuant to law, for the use of the Army or Navy unless the President shall find that the rates of freight charges by said vessels are excessive and unreasonable...
12. lappuse - Corps, and in connection with the construction and installation of fire-control projects at seacoast fortifications by the Coast Artillery Corps, may be charged to -the appropriations for the work in connection with which such transportation charges are required.
12. lappuse - And provided further, That hereafter the cost of transportation of civilian employees and of materials in connection with the construction or maintenance of seacoast fortifications, or the acquisition of land therefor, by the Engineer Department, or with the manufacturing and purchase activities of the Ordnance Department and the Chemical Warfare Service, shall bo charged to the appropriations for the work in connection with which such transportation charges are incurred.
18. lappuse - Actual expenses hereafter incurred by civilian employees on river and harbor works for travel when making permanent change of station under competent orders, may, on approval of the Chief of Engineers, be paid or reimbursed from funds pertaining to river and harbor works.
15. lappuse - ... The limit of weight for packages forwarded by parcel post are 50 pounds to offices in the first or second zone and 20 pounds to all other offices, but no shipments should be made by parcel post except under specific authority from the Chief Signal Officer of the Army. 378. Shipments by express. — Voltmeters of all types, ammeters, electrical-instrument cases, time-interval clocks, mercurial barometers, and all other electrical apparatus of delicate construction, susceptible to injury by rough...
17. lappuse - ... the United States, and no others, shall be employed in the transportation by sea of coal, provisions, fodder, or supplies of any description, purchased pursuant to law, for the use of the Army or Navy unless the President shall find that the rates of freight charges by said vessels are excessive and unreasonable, in which case contracts shall be made under the law as...
4. lappuse - A transportation request for sea travel on behalf of an officer traveling without troops on a vessel other than a Government transport can not be issued by the Quartermaster Corps in the operation of the laws governing transportation and mileage.

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