Note: The rules regulating the employment of substitutes in casual leave vacanciesare given in Appendix 6 of this volume.(c) By payment of traveling allowance to substitutes : In the case of single-handed or two handed post offices, telegraph branches of combined post RailwayMail Service record offices, mail offices, traveling sections or such offices wherealthough the sanctioned establishment exceeds two, it is not possible to make localarrangements to fill up a casual leave vacancy.(Government of India’s decisions below S.R.-114 and Director General’sInstructions below S.R.-114, Posts and Telegraphs Compilation of the F.& S. Rules,and Memo No. ESA.-10/41/7 dated the 22
December, 1942.)101. Deleted.102. Casual leave need not be reported nor recorded in absentee statements, inservice books or service rolls. It should be noted in loose sheets in form Est.-50.The forms should be kept with the authority empowered to sanction casual leave orwith his head clerk, if any. Inspecting Officers should scrutinize a proportion of thesecasual leave sheets. When an official is transferred, the officer maintaining hiscasual leave sheets will forward them enclosed in a service registered cover direct tothe officer by whom they are to be maintained.