Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 70A.djvu/674

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616 or destruction is charged from pay due him for duties performed in his status as a member of the National Guard. (d) If property surveyed under this section is found to be unserviceable or unsuitable, the Secretary concerned or his designated representative shall direct its disposition by sale or otherwise. The proceeds of the following under this subsection shall be deposited in the Treasury under section 725c (b) (22) of title 3 1: (1) A sale. (2) A stoppage against a member of the National Guard. (3) A collection from a person, or from a State or Territory, Puerto Kico, the Canal Zone, or the District of Columbia, to reimburse the United States for the loss or destruction of, or damage to, the property. (e) If a State or Territory, Puerto Rico, the Canal Zone, or the District of Columbia, whichever is concerned, neglects or refuses to pay for the loss or destruction of, or damage to, property charged against it under subsection (c), the Secretary concerned may bar it from receiving any part of appropriations for the Army National Guard or the Air National Guard, as the case may be, until the payment is made. (f) Instead of the procedure prescribed by subsections (b) - (d), property issued to the National Guard that becomes unserviceable through fair wear and tear in service may, under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary concerned, be sold or otherwise disposed of after an inspection, and a finding of unssrviceability because of that wear and tear, by a commissioned officer of the Regular Army or the Regular Air Force, as the case may be, designated by the Secretary. The State or Territory, Puerto Rico, the Canal Zone, or the District of Columbia, whichever is concerned, is relieved of accountability for that property. § 711. Disposition of obsolete or condemned property Each State and Territory, Puerto Rico, the Canal Zone, and the District of Columbia shall, upon receiving new property issued to its National Guard to replace obsolete or condemned issues of property, return the replaced property to the Department of the Army or the Department of the Air Force, as the case may be, or otherwise dispose of it, as the Secretary concerned directs. No money credit may be allowed for property disposed of under this section. §712.

Disposition of proceeds of condemned stores issued to National Guard The following shall be covered into the Treasury: (1) The proceeds from sales of condemned stores issued to the National Guard of a State or Territory, Puerto Rico, the Canal Zone, or the District of Columbia, and not charged against its allotment. (2) The net proceeds from collections made from any person to reimburse the United States for the loss or destruction of, or damage to, property described in clause (1). (3) Stoppage against members of the National Guard for the loss or destruction of, or damage to, property described in clause (1).