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Maj. Willard A. Doerr, recorder.
TRIAL SECTION BOARD OF CONTRACT ADJUSTMENT.
John Garland Pollard, member of board in charge of trial section.
Group A.-Maj. Lester S. Hill, jr., chief attorney ; Capt. Fannin A. Morgan, as
sistant chief; Joseph E. Cavanaugh; Isaac Diggs; E. W. Wyatt;
T. G. Walsh ; John H. Tabb.
Capt. Geo. A. Frazer ; Lieut. R. R. Hendon; J. G. Fox; W. C. Par
riott; G. K. Carver ; F. C. Baggarly. Group C.-A. S. Barnes, chief attorney ; G. S. Clarke, assistant chief; Jas. W.
Ballard; 0. L. Bowen; R. R. Richarsdon; Paca Oberlin; A. F.
Thomas; C. T. Bowers.
I. W. Eason ;. Wm. B. Thomas; C. 0. Shaw; W. L. Bainton; J. C.
Carmichael ; Capt. C.TM. Brune.
chief; Capt. C. A. Barnard; H. 0. Acuff; F, D. Waddell; W. J.
Cullinan; E. C. Alvord ; A. G. Robertson.
Lieut. R. T. W. Duke; J. R. Sheppard, jr. ; R. J. Downey ; J. D.
Van Wagoner ; J. L. Krupshaw; W. E. Simpson.
Lieut. Marion S. Tanner ; E. M. Averill; R. S. Ely; W. L. Hopkins;
R. W. Stump; H. K. White.
sistant chief; Lin. W. Price; Mark Reardon, 3d; R. J. Kennedy;
E. G. Smith; T. B. Benson.
chief; B. A. Low; D. E. Rorer; P. B. Woodfin; Thomas J. Wing
field; G. C. Shinn; E. C. Folkes.
chemical auditor; Wm. Linden, acco ant; A. H. N. Ba
Robert L. Henry, board member in charge of Legal Advisory Section ; J. A. Tyson, chief counsel ; Maj. Earl F. Phelps, assistant chief counsel; Hugh C. Smith, assistant chief counsel; W. C. Parriott, counsel; J. C. Carmichael, counsel ; B. M. Price, counsel ; Harold Allen, counsel.
The decisions made by the Board of Contract Adjustment of the War Department may be said to be the interpretations of the law and of the orders and regulations laid down by the Secretary of War for the adjustment of his contracts after the armistice of November 11, 1918. In order that these decisions may be the more easily understood, this preface and the attached orders and circulars are here inserted in the first volume. In many cases where a contract was found by the Board to have been made within the terms of the act of March 2, 1919, the contract was formulated and certified but no decision was written. Hence the great preponderance of decisions here printed which deny relief.
As there was no uniform policy at first in the drawing of disposition clauses in decisions, they have generally been omitted from the printed reports of all cases prior to page 566 of this volume.
12. Supply Circular No. 17, Revised, of March 26, 1919-
16. Supply Circular No. 46 of July 11, 1919-
17. General Orders No. 100 of August 12, 1919.
18. General Orders No. 113 of September 26, 1919.-
19. General Orders No. 120 of October 28, 1919.-
20. General Orders No. 4 of January 22, 1920_
23. Topical Index