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Forms 1029 and 1029 A and B, the words “Entrained at (place of entrainment)”; shall insert in red ink on Forms 1029 and 1029-A the name and location of the mobilization camp to which the selected man is sent as hereinafter provided; shall direct the registrant to report for military duty; and shall forward him in the usual manner to the proper mobilization camp as hereinafter provided.
(c) Mobilization camp to which transferred registrant shall be forwarded.-If the registrant transferred for entrainment to a mobilization camp is ordered to report for military duty in the Army under a call to which the letter "G" has been suffixed, the Local Board of transfer shall insert in red ink the name and location of the mobilization camp to which the registrant is sent and shall forward the registrant to the mobilization camp herein specified for the State in which the Local Board of transfer is located.
_Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga.
Camp Meade, Admiral, Md.
Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa.
Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass.
If the transferred registrant is ordered to report for military duty in the Army under a call to which the letter “G” has not been suffixed, or the Navy or Marine Corps, the Local Board of transfer shall forward the registrant to the mobilization camp specified in the call. and on Forms 1029 and 1029-A.
In no case shall any Local Board of transfer, after the issuing to the registrant of Form 1028, delay the induction or entrainment of any registrant in order to permit such registrant to secure induction into any branch of the service other than that specified in the call, and Local Boards of transfer will be held strictly responsible that all registrants transferred to them for entrainment are immediately entrained in accordance with the provisions herein contained and the instructions of the Local Board of origin. The Local Board of transfer shall report the entrainment of the man to the Local Board of origin, using Form 2015, and upon receipt of this form the Local Board of origin shall report the entrainment.
Section 177. Disposition of registrants rejected or discharged
from military service at a mobilization camp. When any selected man, prior to acceptance, is rejected at a mobilization camp, the commanding officer thereof shall promptly notify his Local Board of the fact, cause (stating at length the details), and date of rejection, on Form 1029-A, and the Provost Marshal General, on Form 11029-B. When any selected man is, subsequent to acceptance, discharged at a mobilization camp, the commanding officer thereof shall similarly notify the Local Board, using Form 1029-C, and the Provost Marshal General, using Form 1029-D (sec. 305, p. 254).
Immediately upon receipt of notice of the rejection or discharge of any selected man, the Local Board shall reclassify the registrant in accordance with his status as determined by the action of the military authorities in rejecting or discharging him and shall then proceed in the following manner:
(a) If the rejection or discharge was because of physical disqualification, the Local Board shall reclassify the registrant in class I and shall direct him to appear before it for further physical examination, and if, after thorough physical reexamination, the Local Board discovers the physical defect found by the examining surgeon at the mobilization camp, the classification as determined by the commanding officer of the mobilization camp shall stand. If, after thorough physical reexamination, the Local Board does not discover the disqualifying defect, it shall refer the registrant to a Medical Advisory Board or a member or members thereof for exhaustive reexamination, advising the Medical Advisory Board or such member or members of the fact that the registrant has been rejected at the mobilization camp and specifically stating the cause of rejection as reported by the commanding officer. The Medical Advisory Board or such member or members shall make an exhaustive examination of the registrant, particularly, as regards the physical disqualifications as found by the examining surgeon at the mobilization camp and shall report its findings to the Local Board. The Local Board shall proceed to a decision as to the physical qualifications of the registrant and shall forward the record to the District Board for approval or disapproval of its
findings. Upon the return of the record from the District Board the Local Board shall reclassify the registrant in accordance with the finding of the District Board.
(b) If the rejection or discharge at the mobilization camp was hecause of any reason other than that of physical disqualification the Local Board shall proceed to an investigation of the case, and if in the opinion of the Local Board an error was made in the rejection or discharge the entire record shall be referred to the Adjutant General of the State, who, if he approves the findings of the Local Board, shall refer the record to the commanding officer of the mobilization camp for his consideration, recommendation, and return through the Adjutant General of the State to the Local Board.
In all cases so referred to the commanding officer of the mobilization camp and not returned by him within a reasonable time, or returned by him without recommendation, or returned by him with a recommendation disapproving the findings of the Local Board, the Adjutant General of the State shall, if in his opinion the same be necessary, forward the entire record to the Provost Marshal General for instructions as to further procedure. Section 178. Quotas.
Quotas will be established from time to time in accordance with the quota basis prescribed by the President under the authority conferred in the act approved May 18, 1917, and in all subsequent acts or joint resolutions amendatory thereof. Section 179. Accounts of credits.
Accounts of credits will be kept by the Provost Marshal General with each State and Local Board and credits will be allowed on all quotas as herein prescribed. Section 180. Credits.
Local Boards shall receive credit only for persons actually delivered to a mobilization camp and there accepted for military service. Local Boards shall not receive credit for persons reported to The Adjutant General of the Army as delinquents or deserters from military service, unless such persons are accepted for military service and restored to duty. No Local Board shall receive credit for any person inducted into the military service in violation of these regulations, and if such credit is accorded and the registrant for whom such credit has been accorded is afterwards discharged by the military authorities as having been erroneously inducted into military service the Local Board shall forthwith be debited for such discharge. Section 181. Quota basis.
The President having by regulations heretofore issued prescribed that all persons subject to registration under the act of May 18, 1917. or of any subsequent act or acts, be placed in classes for the purpose of determining their relative liability for military service, the President hereby prescribes that the quota basis of the several States, and the subdivisions thereof, be the number of registrants in Class I as determined under the provisions of section 181 (C), and that quotas be apportioned to the several States in the proportion which the quota basis of each State bears to the national quota basis.
Section 181A. Determination of quotas to be called and fur
nished. The quotas to be called and furnished by the respective Local Boards shall be determined in accordance with said act of Congress and said joint resolution and regulations prescribed by the President. The President will cause the quota bases for the several States respectively to be determined and notice thereof to be communicated from time to time to the governor of each State. The governor of each State, acting for and by the direction of the President, shall thereupon, in accordance with regulations prescribed by the President, determine the quota basis for the several Local Boards within such State, and shall communicate notice thereof to each Local Board within such State on Form 2004 (sec. 357, p. 318).
The quotas determined on the aforesaid quota basis shall be called and furnished by the respective Local Boards in the method, manner, and at the time or times and place or places prescribed by regulations to be issued by the President. Section 181B. Subdivisions of States, Territories, and the Dis
trict of Columbia. In applying these regulations in and for the several States, each Local Board division heretofore and hereafter established therein pursuant to the provisions of the said act of Congress, approved May 18, 1917, and the regulations prescribed by the President thereunder, shall be regarded and considered as a subdivision of the respective States, and quotas shall be apportioned to the respective divisions under the jurisdiction of the several Local Boards in the proportion which the quota basis of each such subdivision bears to the quota basis of the State, Section 181C. Method for determining the quota basis.
On such date or dates as the President may from time to time prescribe the Class I quota basis shall be determined as follows:
(a) The governors of the several States shall determine and report to the Provost Marshal General the number of registrants remaining finally classified in Class I who have been examined physically and accepted for general military service within the respective States on such dates as may be announced from time to time. These reports shall be prepared and submitted on Forms 2002 A and B (secs. 354 and 355, pp. 315 and 316).
(b) The number so reported in each instance shall be exclusive of registrants finally classified in Class I who are found to be qualified for limited or special military service only, registrants who have been placed in the remediable defective group or groups, registrants carried on the emergency fleet classification list, delinquents, registrants whose physical examination has not been completed, and registrants who have been inducted and called for induction.
(c) To the number so reported in the respective States, and the subdivisions thereof, shall be added the number of registrants inducted and called for induction since the filling of the first net quotas of the respective States, and subdivisions thereof, under the procla
mation of the President, dated July 12, 1917, and prior to the date of the report specified in preceding paragraph (a).
(d) The quota basis for each State, and the subdivisions thereof, shall'in each instance be the sum of the number of registrants calculated under preceding paragraphs (a) and (c) for the respective States, and the subdivisions thereof.
(e) The total of the quota bases of all States is the national quota basis.
Section 1811. Allocation of credits.
The governor of each State, acting for and by the direction of the President, shall allocate to the subdivisions of the respective States the credits due each such subdivision for men who have been inducted subsequent to the date upon which the first net quotas of the respective States, and the subdivisions thereof, under the proclamation of the President, dated July 12, 1917, were filled, and prior to the date of computing the new quota basis.
The Provost Marshal General shall furnish the governor of each State a statement of the credits due such State, and the subdivisions thereof.
The credits thus determined and allocated shall be applied as prescribed in regulations prescribed by the President from time to time.
Section 181E. Method of apportioning quotas.
Quotas shall be apportioned from time to time among the several States, and the subdivisions thereof, in the proportion prescribed in sections 181 and 181 (b) of these regulations.