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Transferring a portion of the Boise Barracks

Military Reservation, Idaho, to the control and jurisdiction of the Veterans' Adminis

tration. Enlarging Lower Souris Migratory Waterfowl

Refuge, North Dakota. Transferring certain lands in Cuba to the

jurisdiction of the United States Navy

Department. Establishing Black Coulee Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, Montana.

Do.-Correcting the description of lands contained

in E.O. 6987, Nov. 7, 1934, transferring lands in California to the United States

Navy Department. Setting aside certain lands in the Canal Zone

for the purposes of a military reservation to be known as Fort William D. Davis Military Reservation, and correcting description of lands in E.O. 6897, Nov. 7, 1934.

Do.-Amending schedule A, subdivision III, para

graph 13, of the Civil Service Rules. Amending Regulation VIII of the Civil Ser

vice Regulations governing the appointment

of unclassified laborers. Amending Rule 16 of E.O. 4314, Sept. 25,

1925, establishing rules governing naviga

tion of the Panama Canal. Amending schedule A, subdivision IV, para

graph 10, of the Civil Service Rules. Transferring portions of Amaknak Island

to the control and jurisdiction of the Navy. Designating Port St. Joe, Florida, as a cus

toms port of entry. Amending the Consular RegulationsEstablishing Hewitt Lake Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, Montana.

Do.-Providing for cash relief for certain employees of the Panama Canal.

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curement, distribution and use of mate-
rials, supplies and equipment for projects
of the Works Progress Administration
under the Emergency Relief Appropriation
Act of 1937.
See footnotes on p. 330.

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Modifying E.O. 7387, June 15, 1936, by desig- 7862

nating the station established as “Naval
Radio Station, Balboa, Canal Zone.”
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7862 Establishing Pea Island Migratory Water- 7864

Apr. 7
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fowl Refuge, North Carolina. See footnotes on p. 330.

35 CFR 21.4.1 50 CFR 11.1.1

Page 329 fowl Refuge, Minnesota. Establishing the Back Bay Migratory Water- 7907 June 6 Do.

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61.14. Amending schedule B, subdivision I, para- 7872 Apr. 20 5 CFR 51.1.

graph 8, of the Civil Service Rules. Amending schedule A, subdivision III, para- 7878 Apr. 29 5 CFR 50.3.

graph 7, of the Civil Service Rules. Amending E.O. 7845, Mar. 21, 1938, prescrib- 7879 May 9 5 CFR 54.2 (e).

ing regulations relating to annual leave of

government employees. Amending section ğ of E.O. 7846, Mar. 7880 May 9 5 CFR 55.2.

21, 1938, prescribing regulations for sick

leave of government employees. Establishing the Tybee "Migratory Bird 7882 May 9 50 CFR 11.1.1

Refuge, Georgia. Reestablishing the Toiyabe National Forest, 7884 May 9 36 CFR 201.1.1

Nevada. Extending the provisions of the Civil Service 7887 May 16 5 CFR 53.13.

Retirement Act certain classified

employees. Restoring to the Territory of Hawaii the 7893

May 21 10 CFR land comprising the Upolu Point Mili

51.1 (a). tary Reservation for aeronautical purposes

and reserving land for military purposes. Enlarging the Hart Mountain Antelope 7895 May 23 50 CFR 11.1.1

Refuge, Oregon. Amending E.O. 9, Jan. 17, 1873, to per- 7896 May 24 5 CFR 1.104.

mit employees of the Virgin Islands to be appointed as deputies by the United

States Marshal of the Virgin Islands. Establishing the Tamarac Migratory Water- 7902 May 31 50 CFR 11.1.1

fowl Refuge, Virginia. Establishing Ruby Lake Migratory Water- 7923 July 2

Do.1 fowl Refuge, Nevada. Establishing the Wheeler Migratory Water- 7926 July 7 Do.1

fowl Refuge, Alabama. * Cited as authority. 1 Appears in tabulated form. 2 TA–Trade Agreement. : Appears in footnote. • Appendix A. 5 Superseded by Proc. 2265, Proc. 2266, and Proc. 2267 of December 29, 1937. 6 Superseded by Proc. 2267, December 29, 1937. 7 Superseded by Proc. 2266, December 29, 1937. 8 Superseded by Proc. 2265, December 29, 1937. • Introduction to Subchapters A, B and C. 10 Reservation known as Camp Scott was changed in 1862 to Camp Douglas. 11 Revoked by E.O. 7757, Dec. 1, 1937.

12 Appendix C. Page 330

TITLE 4-ACCOUNTS

CHAPTER 1-GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE

Part

Part 1 Recognition of attorneys, agents, and 6 Checks and warrants to deceased or other persons

incompetent payees 2 Revision, reopening, review of settle- 7 Transportation requests; identifica

tion of traveler ments

8 Bills of lading for transportation of 3 Safeguarding accounts, records, in

Government property formation, and furnishing copies

9 Transportation vouchers 4 Doubtful accounts and claims

10 Federal tax exemption certificates 5 Applications for settlement for de- 11 Certifications by contractors and ceased or incompetent persons

vendors

CROSS REFERENCE

Accounts and Deposits, Department of the Treasury: See Money and Finance:

Treasury, 31 CFR Chapter II.

SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLICATIONS

Decisions of the Comptroller General of the United States. Annual, v. 14,

1921– For list of the abbreviations used in this chapter, see note to 8 1.1. PART 1-RECOGNITION OF ATTORNEYS, AGENTS, AND

OTHER PERSONS

Sec.

Sec. 1.1 Committee on enrollment and dis- 1.6 Authority to prosecute claims. barment.

1.7 Substitution of attorneys and revo1.2 Applications for enrollment.

cation of authority. 1.3 Restriction of right to be heard. 1.8 Withdrawal or amendment of rules 1.4 Complaints and disbarment pro- and regulations. ceedings.

1.9 Effective date. 1.5 Causes for disbarment.

Section 1.1 Committee on enrollment and disbarment. A committee on enrollment and disbarment is hereby created, consisting of the Chief Attorney, who shall act as chairman, the Chief Clerk, who shall have the custody of all papers, records, rolls, etc., and one member detailed from one of the auditing divisions. The members of the committee shall serve for the calendar year and shall perform the duties herein prescribed in addition to their other duties. The said committee shall meet regularly on the first Monday of each month, if a business day, and shall meet specially on other days at the call of the chairman or any member. Îwo members shall constitute a quo

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