Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 70A.djvu/138

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80 ever, no member of the Army National Guard of the United States or the Air National Guard of the United States may be transferred under this subsection without the consent of the governor or other appropriate authority of the jurisdiction concerned. CHAPTER 53.—MISCELLANEOUS RIGHTS A N D B E N E F I T S Sec.

1031. Administration of oath. 1032. Dual capacity: Reserve accepting employment with foreign government or concern. 1033. Compensation: Reserve on active duty accepting from any person. 1034. Communicating with a member of Congress. 1035. Enlisted members' deposits.

§1031. Administration of oath Any commissioned officer of any component of an armed force, whether or not on active duty, may administer any oath— (1) required for the enlistment or appointment of any person in the armed forces; or (2) required by law in connection with such an enlistment or appointment. § 1032. Dual capacity: Reserve accepting employment with foreign government or concern Subject to the approval of the Secretary concerned, a Reserve may accept civil employment with, and compensation therefor from, any foreign government or any concern that is wholly or partly controlled by a foreign government. §1033.

Compensation: Reserve on active duty accepting any person Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any Reserve before being ordered to active duty, was receiving compensation any person may, while he is on that duty, receive compensation that person.

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§ 1034. Communicating with a member of Congress No person may restrict any member of an armed force in communicating with a member of Congress, unless the communication is unlawful or violates a regulation necessary to the security of the United States. §1035. Enlisted members' deposits (a) An enlisted member of the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marine Corps may deposit his savings, in amounts of $5 or more, with any branch, office, or officer of his armed force designated by the Secretary concerned. That branch, office, or officer shall give the member a deposit book containing the name of the member and of the officer receiving the deposit. The amount, date, and place of each deposit shall be entered in that book. Amounts so deposited shall be deposited in the Treasury and kept as a separate fund called the "Pay of the Army, Deposit Fund", "Pay of the Navy, Deposit Fund", "Pay of the Air Force, Deposit Fund", or "Pay of the Marine Corps, Deposit Fund", as the case may be, and shall be accounted for in the same manner as public funds.