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[Note.—-Bulletin No. 66 is the last of. the series for 1918.]

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BULLETIN } WAR-15EPARTMENT, No. 1. 231 92 WASHINGTON, January 17, 19 4231 * : * se

Toilet articles -TSale of surplus property acquired since April 6, 1917-----------I_-Toilet articles.—The toilet articles enumerated in graph 1217, Army Regulations, as changed, and in parăgă section II, Bulletin No. 5, War Department, 1918, will be sidered as the personal property of the enlisted men to V issued, and such enlisted men, upon being discharged from service, will be permitted to retain them permanently in possession. The articles enumerated are as follows:

1 brush, hair. 2 towels.
1 comb. 1 razor.
1 brush. tooth. 1 mirror, small, steel.

1 brush, shaving.

These articles will not be taken up by any Govern agency, except when abandoned and unclai , in which they will be disposed of as provided for o: No. War Department, 1918. o [425, A. G. O.] *

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II__Sale of surplus property acquired since April o Section V, Bulletin No. 50, War Department, 1918, is resci and the following substituted therefor: The following extracts from an act of Congress and the lations for carrying the same into effect are published to Army for the information and guidance of all concerned: 1. An act making appropriations for the support of the A for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1919 (approved July 9, 19

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SALE of war SUPPLIES.—That the President be, and he he is, authorized, through the head of any executive departr to sell, upon such terms as the head of such department deem expedient, to any person, partnership, association, poration, or any other department of the Government, ( any foreign State or Government, engaged in war against Government with which the United States is at war, any

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[NOTE.--Bulletin No. 66 is the last of the series for 1

Tollet articles

--- Sale of surplus property acquired since April 6, 1917-----

I Toilet articles. The toilet articles enumerated graph 1217, Army Regulations, as changed, and in par section II, Bulletin No. 5, War Department, 1918, wi sidered as the personal property of the enlisted men issued, and such enlisted men, upon being discharged service, will be permitted to retain them permanently possession. The articles enumerated are as follows: 1 brush, hair.

2 towels. 1 comb.

1 razor. 1 brush, tooth.

1 mirror, small, steel.

1 brush, shaving. These articles will not be taken up by any Go agency, except when abandoned and unclaimed, in w they will be disposed of as provided for in Circular War Department, 1918.

[425, A. G. O.) II__Sale of surplus property acquired since April Section V, Bulletin No. 50, War Department, 1918, is and the following substituted therefor:

The following extracts from an act of Congress and lations for carrying the same into effect are publish Army for the information and guidance of all concern

1. An act making appropriations for the support of for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1919 (approved July

SALE OF WAR SUPPLIES.—That the President be, and is, authorized, through the head of any executive de to sell, upon such terms as the head of such departn deem expedient, to any person, partnership, associa poration, or any other department of the Governme any foreign State or Government, engaged in war ag Government with which the United States is at war

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supplies, material, and equipment, and any by-products thereof, and any building, plant, or factory acquired since April sixth, nineteen hundred and seventeen, including the lands upon which the plant or factory may bé situated, for the production of such war supplies, materials and equipment which, during the present emergency, may have or may hereafter be purchased, acquired, or manufactured by the United States: Provided further, That sales of guns and ammunition made under the authority contained in this or any other act shall be limited to sales to other departments of the Government and to foreign States or Governments engaged in war against any Government with which the United States is at war, and to members of the National Rifle Association and of other recognized associations organized in the United States for the encouragement of small• arms target practice: Provided further, That a detailed report shall be made to Congress on the first day of each regular session of the sales of any war supplies, matériel, lands, factories, or buildings, and equipment made under the authority contained in this or any other act, except sales made to any foreign State or Government engaged in war against any Government with which the United States is at war, showing the character of the articles sold, to whom sold, the price received therefor, and the purpose for which sold: Provided, That any moneys received by the United States as the proceeds of any such sale shall be deposited to the credit of that appropriation out of which was paid the cost to the Government of the property thus sold, and the same shall immediately become available for the purposes named in the original appropriation.

2. a. Bureaus of the War Department desiring to sell any war supplies, material, or equipment, or by-product thereof, or any building, plant, or factory, including land upon which such plant or factory may be situated, embraced within the provisions of the act of July 9, 1918, shall secure the approval of the director of sales, Office of the Director of Purchase, Storage and Traffic, Purchase, Storage and Traffic Division, General Staff, except in the Philippine and Hawaiian Departments, where the authority of the department commanders is sufficient. The foregoing does not apply to property under the jurisdiction of the American Expeditionary Forces.

6. Upon receipt of such approval from the director of sales, Office of the Director of Purchase, Storage and Traffic, given either specifically or by general authorization, such supplies, material, equipment, by-products, buildings, plants, or factories, including land on which plants or factories may be situated, will then be disposed of, unless otherwise authorized or directed by the director of sales, Office of the Director of Purchase,

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