A Guide for the Use of Officers of the Inspector General's Department. 1911; Prepared Under Direction of the Inspector General of the Army

A Guide for the Use of Officers of the Inspector General's Department. 1911; Prepared Under Direction of the Inspector General of the Army

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: ...to enlisted men or civilians without great vigilance on the part of the accountable officer and a resort to every reasonable precaution, including frequent personal inspections, to prevent loss or damage. (A. R., 685. See A. R., 674 of 1913.) 1194. An officer in charge of public property in use or in store will endeavor by timely repairs to keep it in serviceable condition. For this purpose the necessary means will be allowed on requisition, and property in store so repaired will be issued. (A. R., 686. See A. R., 675 of 1913.) 1195. Instructions relative to the storage and care of sheepskins and cleaning and preserving material, as russet leather dressing, leather, soap, brushes, and chamois skins. (Cir. 32, W. D., 1910. See Bull. 10, W. D., 1912.) 1196. All movable public property will, if practicable, be conspicuously branded "U. S." before being used. (A. R., 687. See A. R., 676 of 1913; Bull. 57, W. D., 1916, p. 6, as to use of in emergency.) 1197. Public property will not be used nor will labor hired for the Government be employed for any private purposes whatsoever, except as authorized in Army Regulations. (A. R., 688. See A. R., 677 of 1913.) 1198. Empty barrels, boxes, crates, and other packages, together with metal turnings, scrap metals, ground bone, and other waste products which accumulate at arsenals, depots, and military posts, which are unsuitable for the public service, will be disposed of in the manner prescribed for property condemned and ordered sold in A. R., 691. At arsenals and depots where such accumulations have considerable money value proposals will be invited for specific lots and quantities, or for the accumulations of definite periods, as the head of the department to which the property pertains may deem...show more

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  • Paperback | 188 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 345g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236505964
  • 9781236505965