In prior issues of the GAZETTE mention is made of proposed legislation pertaining to or of interest to the Marine Corps introduced during the present (Seventy-fourth) Congress, and of that enacted up to February 15, 1936. The record is now brought to May 30, 1936. Any bills not passed prior to final adjournment, die.
The bill of most interest to Marine Corps officers is H. R. 4016, which became a law with the President's approval on May 1. This bill amends section 10 and repeals section 16 of the Marine Corps personnel act of May 29, 1934.
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