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ACCOUNTING. See Taxes.
Military service--how credited.
149 C. CLS.
Military service-how credited-Continued
of section 12 of the Veterans' Preference Act. Cunningham, 161.
Bacharach Act service—when available.
adoption of the 1949 Act. Martin, 397.
149 C. Cls.
What constitutes Continued
the penalty of dismissal. 46 U.S.C. $ 701 (1952). Guiness, 1.
Where the employing agency and the Civil Service Commission
court will not hold that such dismissal was arbitrary. Dulcy, 153.
Obligation to seek other employment.
for reinstatement. Schwartz, 145.
Regulation of executive department.
observed, there has been no procedural defect. Cowen, 598.
Regulation of President's Committee.
149 C. Ols.
Regulation of President's Committee-Continued
and not where it comes from. Dulcy, 153.
Veteran preference eligible.
Appeal to Civil Service Commission on merits.
dismissals. The regulation is invalid. Chisholm, 8.
Section 14 of the Veterans' Preference Act of 1944 gives to prefer-
Since the Performance Rating Act of 1950 (64 Stat. 1098) only
discharge before the Civil Service Commission. Chisholm, 8.
149 C. Cls.
U.S.C. $ 2501. Feldman, 22.
Continuing claim theory not applicable to reduction in force
lations governing reductions in force. Feldman, 22.
Where employee is not reinstated.
C. Cls. 486. Harris, 15.
Veterans' Preference Act.
Civil Service Commission recommendation mandatory.