A-43202, JULY 14, 1932, 12 COMP. GEN. 36

A-43202: Jul 14, 1932

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AUTHORIZING LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR MILITARY TRAINING PERIODS TO GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD. HAVE NOT BEEN SUSPENDED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1933 BY OPERATION OF SECTION 103 OF THE ACT OF JUNE 30. RELATIVE TO GRANTING LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR TRAINING PERIODS TO GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD HAS BEEN SUSPENDED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1933 BY OPERATION OF THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 103 OF THE ACT OF JUNE 30. IT WAS STATED: * * * RIGHT TO MILITARY LEAVE. AS THAT TERM IS COMMONLY UNDERSTOOD IN THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND ESTABLISHMENTS. IS NOT AFFECTED BY THE ENACTMENT HERE UNDER CONSIDERATION. TO THE GOVERNOR OF THE PANAMA CANAL IT WAS STATED: * * * THE SO-CALLED MILITARY LEAVE IS IN FACT MERELY A RELEASE FROM DUTY IN ONE POSITION FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF DUTY IN ANOTHER UNDER A STATUTE PROVIDING SPECIFICALLY THAT IT SHALL BE WITHOUT LOSS OF PAY.

A-43202, JULY 14, 1932, 12 COMP. GEN. 36

ECONOMY ACT - MILITARY LEAVE OF CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT OF JUNE 3, 1916, 39 STAT. 203, AUTHORIZING LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR MILITARY TRAINING PERIODS TO GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD, HAVE NOT BEEN SUSPENDED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1933 BY OPERATION OF SECTION 103 OF THE ACT OF JUNE 30, 1932, 47 STAT. 400.

COMPTROLLER GENERAL MCCARL TO THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY, JULY 14, 1932:

THERE HAS BEEN RECEIVED YOUR LETTER OF JULY 2, 1932, REQUESTING DECISION WHETHER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT OF JUNE 3, 1916, 39 STAT. 203, RELATIVE TO GRANTING LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR TRAINING PERIODS TO GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD HAS BEEN SUSPENDED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1933 BY OPERATION OF THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 103 OF THE ACT OF JUNE 30, 1932, 47 STAT. 400.

IN DECISION OF JULY 8, 1932, A-43056, 12 COMP. GEN. 9, TO THE PUBLIC PRINTER, IT WAS STATED:

* * * RIGHT TO MILITARY LEAVE, AS THAT TERM IS COMMONLY UNDERSTOOD IN THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND ESTABLISHMENTS, IS NOT AFFECTED BY THE ENACTMENT HERE UNDER CONSIDERATION.

IN DECISION OF JULY 9, 1932, A-43069, 12 COMP. GEN. 17, TO THE GOVERNOR OF THE PANAMA CANAL IT WAS STATED:

* * * THE SO-CALLED MILITARY LEAVE IS IN FACT MERELY A RELEASE FROM DUTY IN ONE POSITION FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF DUTY IN ANOTHER UNDER A STATUTE PROVIDING SPECIFICALLY THAT IT SHALL BE WITHOUT LOSS OF PAY, TIME, ETC.