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Amending schedule B, subdivision I, para
graph 8, of the Civil Service Rules. Amending schedule A, subdivision III, para
graph 7, of the Civil Service Rules. Amending E.O. 7845, Mar. 21, 1938, prescrib
ing regulations relating to annual leave of
government employees. Amending section 5 of E.O. 7846, Mar.
21, 1938, prescribing regulations for sick
leave of government employees. Establishing the Tybee Migratory Bird
Retirement Act to certain classified
employees. Restoring to the Territory of Hawaii the
land comprising the Upolu Point Military Reservation for aeronautical purposes
and reserving land for military purposes. Enlarging the Hart Mountain Antelope
mit employees of the Virgin Islands to
States Marshal of the Virgin Islands. Establishing the Tamarac Migratory Water
fowl Refuge, Minnesota. Establishing the Back Bay Migratory Water
fowl Refuge, Virginia. Establishing Ruby Lake Migratory Water
fowl Refuge, Nevada. Establishing the Wheeler Migratory Water
fowl Refuge, Alabama.
* Cited as authority. 1 Appears in tabulated form. 2 TA–Trade Agreement. 3 Appears in footnote. 4 Appendix A. 5 Superseded by Proc. 2265, Proc. 2266, and Proc. 2267 of December 29, 1937. 6 Superseded by Proc. 2267, December 29, 1937. 7 Superseded by Proc. 2266, December 29, 1937. 8 Superseded by Proc. 2265, December 29, 1937. o 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.
TITLE 4-ACCOUNTS CHAPTER I-GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE
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
Accounts and Deposits, Department of the Treasury: See Money and Finance:
Treasury, 31 CFR Chapter II.
Decisions of the Comptroller General of the United States. Annual, v. 14,
1921For list of the abbreviations used in this chapter, see note to § 1.1. PART 1-RECOGNITION OF ATTORNEYS, AGENTS, AND
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. Two members shall constitute a quo
rum. The committee shall receive and consider applications to be recognized as attorney, agent, or other representative before the General Accounting Office; receive complaints against those enrolled; conduct hearings, make inquiries, perform other duties as prescribed herein, and do all things necessary in the matter of proceedings for enrollment or disbarment of such attorneys, agents, or other representatives, pursuant to the regulations in this part; and submit recommendations therein to the Comptroller General for approval.**
*88 1.1 to 1.9, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 311 (f), 42 Stat. 25; 31 U.S.C. 52 (f).
fin 88 1.1 to 1.9, inclusive, the numbers to the right of the decimal point correspond with the respective section numbers in Circ. 3, General Accounting Office, Nov. 1, 1921.
ABBREVIATIONS: The following abbreviations are used in this chapter:
1.2 Applications for enrollment. Applicants for enrollment pursuant to the regulations in this part shall submit to the Comptroller General an application, properly executed, on the form provided therefor.1
*Form of application. General Accounting Office. Office Comptroller General,
Application of Individual or Firm for Admission to Practice Before the General
. [Words inapplicable to be lined out.) The Honorable
The COMPTROLLER GENERAL.
.----as an individual
as a firm composed of -(Name of member.)
(Name of member.) (Name of member.)
(Name of member.) (Name of member.)
(Name of member.) (Name of member.)
(Name of member.)
-----(Name of member.)
(Name of member.) with my office at-------
----------------hereby apply for enrollment to be recognized as -----
(Attorney--or agent---sent others before the General Accounting Office.
of the bar of.-------
-----------and attach hereto certificate.. to that effect from said court.
tre now in active practice and in good standing in said court.
* Paragraph 2 should be filled out only where the applicant is not a member of the bar of a court of record. Page 2
Applications in any other form will not be considered. The attorneys authorized to be admitted to practice by section 311 (f), Act of June 10, 1921 (42 Stat. 25; 31 U.S.C. 52 (f)), are defined as embracing
24 I am familier mit We are
familiar with the laws, rules, and regulations of the General Accounting Office and ama qualified to act as the representative-- of others and render them valuable service, particularly in matters relating to-------
----------because of bly, education, training, and business experience, which have been respectively as follows: (State in chronological order, giving dates.)
i i ri
never 3. We and each of us have never been
been rejected or suspended or disbarred from appearing as attorney or agent, or in any other representative capacity, before any branch of the Federal or any State Government or municipality, or court thereof, except----
never 4. We and each of us have never
or been an officer or employee of the United States, except as follows: (State name of office or nature of employment and dates.) ------------------
5. have read and noted paragraph 5 of General Accounting Office Circular No. 3, dated November 1, 1921, and particularly the following clause thereof:
“The Comptroller General regards as unethical advertising in any form which represents the fact of enrollment as a solicitation for employment, and particularly any suggestion of acquaintance with officials of, or prior
connection with, the Government of the United States." 6. ma have made no previous application to be recognized as attorney-- or agent-- before the General Accounting Office, except-------------------------
we do solemnly swear (or affirm) that we will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that
will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which ai to enter. So help me God.
we are about
*Paragraph 2 should be filled out only where the applicant is not a member of the bar of a court of record.