Engineer Training Manual, United States Army. Prepared Under the Direction of the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, by the Chief of Engineers Troops Pt. I, III, VII-VIII; App. 1-6,9
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Page 64 - ... no laborer or mechanic doing any part of the work contemplated by the contract, in the employ of the contractor or any sub-contractor contractIng for any part of said work contemplated, shall be required or permitted to work more than eight hours in any one calendar day upon such work...
Page 65 - ... certificate that the award was made to the lowest responsible bidder for the best and most suitable article.
Page 27 - All officers in the military service of the United States, and officers of the Marine Corps when detached for service with the Army by order of the President, shall be competent to serve on courts-martial for the trial of any persons who may lawfully be brought before such courts for trial.
Page 66 - Art. 71. Refusal to receive and keep prisoners. No provost marshal or commander of a guard shall refuse to receive or keep any prisoner committed to his charge by an officer belonging to the forces of the United States, provided the officer committing shall, at the time, deliver an account in writing signed by himself, of the crime or offense charged against the prisoner.
Page 18 - In uniform, covered or uncovered, but not in formation, officers and enlisted men salute military persons as follows : With arms in hand, the salute prescribed for that arm (sentinels on interior guard duty excepted) ; without arms, the right-hand salute.
Page 19 - In public conveyances, such as railway trains and street cars, and in public places, such as theaters, honors and personal salutes may be omitted when palpably inappropriate or apt to disturb or annoy civilians present.
Page 19 - CONDITIONS. It is mutually agreed and understood between the United States and carriers who are parties to this bill of lading tható 1. Prepayment of charges shall in no case be demanded by carrier, nor shall collection -be made from consignee.
Page 147 - That any noncommissioned officer discharged with an excellent character shall be permitted, at the expiration of three years in the active service, to reenlist in the organization from which discharged with the rank and grade held by him at the time of his discharge if he reenlists within twenty days after the date of such discharge...
Page 113 - Hereafter, in the settlement of the accounts of deceased officers or enlisted men of the Army, where the amount due the decedent's estate is less than five hundred dollars and no demand is presented by a duly appointed legal representative of the estate, the accounting officers may allow the amount found due to the decedent's widow or legal heirs in the following...