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ice only and to be entrained for Camp Humphreys, Accotink, Va., on June 9, under calls Nos. A 619, A 621, and A 627,

respectively. (2) Å uthority and duties of Governor.-On receipt of a final voluntary call, the Governor shall immediately proceed to

(a) Allocate said call among one or more Local Boards (in his discretion) within his jurisdiction in accordance with the reports of volunteers previously received by him.

(6) Call upon each Local Board to which an allotment has been made for its respective allotment. The telegraph shall be used only in case of emergency. If any readjustment of the original allotment is made the Governor shall notify the Local Boards concerned.

(c) Forward to the Provost Marshal General a statement showing the allotment made to each Local Board. If any readjustment of the original allotment is made the Governor shall notify the Provost Marshal General of the revised allotment.

(d) Confer with the representative of the United States Railroad Administration within the State and arrange for proper transportation schedules.

(c) Notify each Local Board to which an allotment has been made of the train schedules and transportation arrangements.

(1) Notify the commanding officer of the mobilization camp of • the number of selected men to arrive under the call, together with the date and hour of the arrival and the name of the Local Board forwarding each contingent. This notice shall be sent by telegraph immediately upon the completion of the transportation arrangements.

(3) Authority and duties of Local Board.--On receipt of a final voluntary call the Local Board shall immediately proceed to select (in its discretion) a sufficient number of men to fill the call from among those registrants who havé volunteered and shall proceed with the induction and mobilization of such selected men in the manner hereinafter provided.

Local Boards will be held strictly responsible in their selection of men to fill voluntary calls that the occupational or educational qualifications prescribed by the call are possessed by each registrant inducted under the call.

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Section 158C. Special calls.

A “ special call” is a call for registrants possessing such occupational skill or educational qualifications as the needs of the military service may require.

(1) How made.-A special call will be made by the Provost Marshal General on one or more States by a telegram of which the following is a type form: Induction telegram number fifty-seven period.

Specal number A fifty-seven upon your State is hereby announced as fol. lows colon: On June eleventh entrain fifty white butchers qualified for limited service for Camp Dix comma, Wrightstown cemma, New Jersey period. Acknowledge.

Crowder. Note 1.-This form covers a special call for the Army of 50 white butchers to be entrained for Camp Dix, Wrightstown, N. J., on June 11, under call No. A 57.

(2) Authority and duties of Governor.-On receipt of a special call, the Governor shall immediately proceed to

(a) Allocate said call among one or more Local Boards (in his discretion) within his jurisdiction in such manner as will produce the required number of men, of the requisite qualifications, of the color and physical requirements and at the time specified, and in such manner as will least disturb the economic conditions in the State.

(6) Call upon each Local Board to which an allotment has been made for its respective allotment. The telegraph shall be used only in case of emergency. If any readjustment of the original allotment is made the Governor shall notify the Local Boards concerned.

(c) Forward to the Provost Marshal General a statement showing the allotment made to each Local Board. If any readjustment of the original allotment is made the Governor shall notify the Provost Marshal General of the revised allotment.

(d) Confer with the representative of the United States Railroad Administration within the State and arrange for proper transportation schedules.

(c) Notify each Local Board to which an allotment has been made of the train schedules and transportation arrangements.

(f) Notify the commanding officer of the mobilization camp of the number of selected men to arrive under the call, together with the date and hour of arrival and the name of the Local Boards forwarding each contingent. This notice shall be sent by telegraph immediately upon the completion of the transportation arrangements.

(3) Aathority and duties of Local Board.—On receipt of a special call, the Local Board shall immediately proceed to

(a) Select in sequence of order numbers from within the class or classes designated by the President as the “ quota basis” a sufficient number of men of the color and physical requirements specified and possessing the requisite occupational skill or educational qualifications to fill the call.

(6) If the allotment for men possessing the requisite occupational skill can not be filled from the class or classes designated by the President as the “quota basis," the Local Board shall proceed to select men in the manner herein provided from the deferred classes in which registrants have been placed because of industry, occupation, or employment, including agriculture, whose only ground for deferred classification is that of industry, occupation, or employment, including agriculture. If the allotment can not be filled from Class I a sufficient number of the registrants possessing the requisite occupational skill shall be selected from Class II in sequence of order numbers, but only such registrants as have been placed in Class II on the ground of industry, occupation, or employment, including agriculture. If the allotment can not be filled from men possessing the requisite occupational qualifications who are in Class I or who have been placed in Class II only on the ground of industry, occupation, or employment, including agriculture, the Local Board shall proceed to the examination of the questionnaires of registrants who have been placed in Classes III and IV only on the ground of industry, occupation, or employment, including agriculture, and shall forward by registered mail to the proper District Board the questionnaires of all registrants who have been placed in said Classes III and

IV only on the ground of industry, occupation, or employment, including agriculture, who possess the requisite occupational skill, with a statement of the number of men to be inducted from among such registrants, and request that the District Board designate from among the registrants whose Questionnaires have been submitted those who are to be inducted under the call.

Immediately upon the mailing of these questionnaires the Local Board shall telegraph to the chairman of the District Board requesting that the District Board assemble for the purpose of selecting the registrants to be inducted.

Local Boards will be held strictly responsible in their selection men to fill special calls to see that the occupational or educational qualifications prescribed by the call are possessed by each registrani inducted under the call. Nothing in this section shall be construed as anthorizing a Local Board involuntarily to induct registrants in de ferred classes to fill a call for men of educational qualifications only

(c) Should any registrant be selected for involuntary induetiin under any special call, who has been classified in Class II, III, IV on the ground of industry, occupation, or employment, including agriculture, but has not been finally classified on claims made by his or on his behalf on grounds other than industry, occupation, or entployment, including agriculture, the Local Board shall immediate and before the issuance of the notice of induction into military servi as prescribed in section 159g proceed with the classification of sin registrant under any such other claim, and if said registrant is it. finally classified in Class I on any ground other than that of industry occupation, or employment, including agriculture, the involunta induction of said registrant shall not be made, and the notice of in duction into military service prescribed in section 159g shall not be issued.

(d) Immediately upon the completion in accordance with the forigoing provisions of this section of the selection of the registrants in be inducted under the special call the Local Board shall pr»ceed with the induction and mobilization of such selected men i:: the manner hereinafter provided.

(4) Authority and duties of District Board.—Immediately upon receipt from any Local Board of questionnaires of registrants places in Classes III and IV because of industry, occupation, or emplo:ment, including agriculture, whose only ground for deferred classification is industry, occupation, or employment, including agricultura, the District Board shall proceed to select the registrants to be inducted under any special call and shall, within 24 hours after the receipt of the questionnaires, advise the Local Board of its decision. The decision of the District Board shall be communicated to the Local Board by telegraph and a copy of this telegram shall be inclosed with the questionnaires, which shall be returned by registered mail immediately to the Local Board submitting the same. Section 1581. Voluntary-special calls.

A “ voluntary-special call” is a call for both the voluntary and involuntary induction of registrants possessing such occupational skill or educational qualifications as the needs of the military service may require.

(1) How made.-A voluntary-special call will be made by the Provost Marshal General on one or more States by a telegram, of which the following is a type form: Induction telegram number fifty-nine period.

Mixeal pumber A six hundred one upon your Ştate is hereby announced as follows colon: On June eleventh entrain ten white meteorologists qualified for general military service for Kelly Field comma, San Antonio comma, Texas period. Voluntary period until June fifth period. Acknowledge.

Crowder, NOTE.-This form covers a voluntary-special call for the Army of 10 meteorologists who are to be white men qualified for general military service and to be entrained for Kelly Field, San Antonio, Tex., on June 11, under call No. A 601. The voluntary period will be closed on June 5.

(2) Authority and duties of Governor.-On receipt of a voluntary-special call

, the Governor shall immediately proceed to(a) Give the widest publicity to the opportunities for voluntary induction under the call.

(b) Allocate said call among one or more Local Boards (in his discretion) within his jurisdiction in such manner as will produce the required number of men of the requisite qualifications of the color and physical requirements and at the time specified, and in such manner as will least disturb the economic conditions in the State.

(c) Call upon each Local Board to which an allotment has been made for its respective allotment. The telegraph shall be used only in case of emergency. If any readjustment of the original allotment is made, the Governor shall notify the Local Boards concerned.

(d) Forward to the Provost Marshal General a statement showing the allotment made to each Local Board. If any readjustment of the original allotment is made the Governor shall notify the Provost Marshal General of the revised allotment.

(e) Confer with the representative of the United States Railroad Administration within the State and arrange for proper transportation schedules.

(f) Notify each Local Board to which an allotment has been made of the train schedules and transportation arrangements.

(9) Notify the commanding officer of the mobilization camp of the number of selected men to arrive under the call, together with the date and hour of arrival and the name of the Local Boards forwarding each contingent. This notice shall be sent by telegraph immediately upon the completion of the transportation arrangements.

(3) Authority and duties of Local Board.—Upon receipt of a voluntary-special call, the Local Board shall immediately proceed to

(a) Give the widest publicity to the opportunity for voluntary induction under the call and list the name, order number, and serial number of any registrant possessing the requisite qualifications who applies for induction. Applications from volunteers shall be taken on Form 2014 (sec. 344) and in case the registrant desiring to volunteer is classified in a deferred class he shall file with the Local Board at the time of making application the waivers provided in section 150. If the registrant desiring to volunteer is in a deferred class on the ground of being in a necessary industry, occupation, or

employment, including agriculture, the Local Board shall immediately notify the nearest United States Employment Service agent as provided in section 150. If the registrant desiring to volunteer has not been physically examined, the Local Board shall proceed forth with to examine him physically.

A registrant who has volunteered shall not be permitted to withdraw his application except as provided in sections 80 and 150, nor shall he be released by the Local Board for enlistment in any branch of the Army, Navy, or Marine Corps, nor shall he be inducted under any other call which may be made on the Local Board within a period of 10 days from the date designated by the Provost Marshal General for the closing of the volunteer period.

(0) On the date specified by the Provost Marshal General in the call the opportunity for volunteering shall be closed and if a sufficient number of registrants possessing the requisite occupational or educational qualifications have not offered themselves for induction under the call the Local Board shall proceed to select in sequence of order numbers from within the class or classes designated by the President as the “ quota basis ” a sufficient number of men of the color and physical requirements specified and possessing the requisite occupational skill or educational qualifications to complete its allotment under the call.

(c) If the allotment for men possessing the requisite occupational skill can not be filled from the volunteers or the class or classes designated by the President as the “ quota basis," the Local Board shall proceed to select men in the manner herein provided from the deferred classes in which registrants have been placed because of industry, occupation, or employment, including agriculture, whose only ground for deferred classification is such occupation or employment. if the allotment can not be filled from Class I, a sufficient number of registrants possessing the requisite occupational skill shall be selected from Class II in sequence of order numbers, but only such registrants as have been placed in Class II on the ground of industry, occupation, or employment, including agriculture. If the allotment can not be filled from men possessing the requisite occupational qualifications who are in Class I or who have been placed in Class II only on the ground of industry, occupation, or employment, including agricu)ture, the Local Board shall proceed to the examination of the questionnaires of registrants who have been placed in Classes III and IV on the ground of industry, occupation, or employment, including agriculture, and shall forward by registered mail to the proper District Board the questionnaires of all registrants who have been placed in said Classes III and IV on the ground of industry, occupation, or employment, including agriculture, who possess the requisite oceupational skill with a statement of the number of men to be inducted from among such registrants, and request that the District Board designate from among the registrants whose questionnaires have been submitted those who are to be inducted under the call.

Immediately upon the mailing of these questionnaires the Local Board shall telegraph to the chairman of the District Board requesting that the District Board assemble for the purpose of selecting the registrants to be inducted.

Local Boards will be held strictly responsible in their selection of men to fill voluntary-special calls that the occupational or educa

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