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Clerks to pay. masters.
Clerks to in. spectors.
Clerk to commandant of navy-yard at Mare Island, one thousand eight hundred dollars.
Clerks to commandants of naval stations, one thousand five hundred dollars.
Clerks to paymasters at navy-yards, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, one thousand six hundred dollars; Kittery, Norfolk, and Pensacola, one thousand four hundred dollars; Mare Island, one thousand eight hundred dollars.
Clerks to paymasters, at other stations, one thousand three hundred dollars.
Clerks to paymasters of receiving-ships at Boston, New York, and Philadelphia, one thousand six hundred dollars; at Mare Island, one thousand eight hundred dollars; of other receiving.ships, one thousand three hundred dollars.
Clerks to paymasters on vessels of the first rate, one thousand three hundred dollars; on vessels of the second rate, one thousand one hundred dollars; on vessels of the third rate, and supply-vessels and store-ships, one thousand dollars.
Clerks to fleet paymasters, one thousand one hundred dollars.
Clerks to paymasters at the Naval Academy and Naval Asylum, one thousand three hundred dollars.
Clerks to inspectors in charge of provisions and clothing, July 15,1870, s. at navy-yards, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Wash3, v. 16, p. 332.
ington, one thousand six hundred dollars; to inspectors in like charge at other inspections, one thousand three hun
dred dollars. Shore duty, when allowed,
SEC. 2. That hereafter no officer of the Navy shall be emand how ordered ployed on any shore duty, except in cases specially provided
by law, unless the Secretary of the Navy shall determine that the employment of an officer on such duty is required by the public interests, and he shall so state in the order of employment, and also the duration of such service, be.
yond which time it shall not continue. July 19, 1892. And the provisions of section two of the naval appro
27 Stat. L. 236. priation act approved March third, eighteen hundred and Supp. 1892-5, p. 40.
40. S., eighty-three, shall be so modified that hereafter orders of Shoro duty or the Secretary of the Navy employing officers on shore duty state duration shall state that such employment is required by the public
R: S;, sem: 1556; interests, but need not state the duration of such service. 97, s.2(1 Supp. R.) SEC. 1557. Officers on furlough shall receive only oneFurlough pay.
half of the pay to which they would have been entitled if Mar. 3, 1835, s. on leave of absence. 1, v. 4, p. 756 ; Mar. 3, 1845, 8. 6, v.5, p. 794; June 1, 1860, 8. 4, v. 12,
See soc. 1593.
No additional SEC. 1558. The pay prescribed in the two preceding secallowances, ex cept as
Tiereii tions shall be the full and entire compensation of the sevspecified.
eral officers therein named, and no additional allowance shall July 15, 1870, s. 4, v. 16, p. 332. be made in favor of any of said officers on any account whatSee 800. 4688.
ever, except as hereinafter provided. Volunteer
SEC. 1559. When a volunteer naval service is authorized service.
by law, the oflicers therein shall be entitled to receive the
same pay as officers of the same grades, respectively, in July 26, 1962,
. 12, p. 587. the Regular Navy.
SEC. 1560. The pay of an officer of the Navy, upon his meno more nge: original entry into the service, except where he is required original entry.
July 15, 1870, s. to give an official bond, shall commence upon the date of 7, v. 10, p. 333. his acceptance of his appointment; but where he is required to give such bond his pay shall commence upon the date of the approval of his bond by the proper authority. SEC. 1561. When an officer is promoted in course to fill a
Commenco. vacancy, and is in the performance of the duties of the promoted oftihigher grade from the date he is to take rank, he may
July 15, 1870, 8. allowed the increased pay from such date.
7, v. 16, p. 333;
June 5, 1872, s. 1, v. 17, p. 226. Soo June 22, 1874.
v. 18, p. 191. See note under pro. motion. The act of June 22, 1874,
7, v. 16, p. 333.
That on and after the passage of this act, any officer of June 22, 1874. the Navy who inay be promoted in course to fill a vacancy Comm on ooin the next higher grade shall be entitled to the pay of the ment of pay on grade to which promoted from the date he takes rank therein, Juno 22, 1874, if it be subsequent to the vacancy he is appointed to fill.
hore given, doubtless takes
the place of sec. SEC. 1562. If an officer of a class subject to examination In case of debefore promotion shall be absent on duty, and by reason of
layed examinasuch absence, or of other cause not involving fault on his , July 15, 1870, s. part, shall not be examined at the time required by law or Soo Juno 22, 1874. regulation, and shall afterward be examined and found qualified, the increased rate of pay to which his promotion would entitle him shall commence from the date when he would have been entitled to it had he been examined and found qualified at the time so required by law or regulation; and this rule shall apply to any cases of this description which may have heretofore occurred. And in every such case the period of service of the party, in the grade to which he was promoted, shall, in reference to the rate of is pay, be considered to ave commenced from the date when he was so entitled to take rank.
SEC. 1564. Any person performing the duties of paymas. Title 15, chap. 8. ter, acting assistant paymaster, or assistant paymaster, in a Person acting ship at sea, or on a foreign station, or on the Pacific coast of us pa y master the United States, by appointment of the senior officer pres- cant in ship at ent, in case of vacancy of such office, in accordance with the soJuly 17, 1861, s. provisions of section thirteen hundred and eighty-one, and 4, v. 12, L: 258. not otherwise, shall be entitled to receive the pay of such der Pay Corps. grade while so acting.
under PayCorps. SEC. 1565. The pay of chiefs of Bureaus in the Navy Chiefs of Bu. Department shall be the highest pay of the grade to which they belong, but not below that of commodore.
12, v. 16, p. 537. SEC. 1567. Officers who are ordered to take charge of officers serving naval stores for foreign squadrons, in the place of naval on foreign stastorekeepers, shall be entitled to receive, while so employed, 'iJune 17, 1844, s. the shore-duty pay of their grades; and when the same is 1, v. 5, p. 700. less than fifteen hundred dollars a year, they may be allowed
See sec. 1381, un
See goc. 1381,
Mar. 3, 1871, s.
v. 13, p. 539.
Mar. 1, 1869, s.
Detention be. vond term of en
compensation, including such shore-duty pay, at a rate not
exceeding fifteen hundred dollars a year. Civilians store- SEC. 1568. Civilians appointed as storekeepers on foreign keeperson for. eign stations. stations shall receive compensation for such services, at a
June 17, 1814.8: rate not exceeding fifteen hundred dollars a year. 1, v. 5, p. 700; Mar. 3, 1847, 8.3, v. 9, p. 172.
Pay of enlisted SEC. 1569. The pay to be allowed to petty officers, exceptApr. 18, 1814, s. ing mates and the pay and bounty upon enlistment of sea
v.3, p; Mar. 3, 18473.4,1.9.1: men, ordinary seamen, firemen, and coal-heavers, in the 173; July 1, 1964, naval service, shall be fixed by the President: Provided, SA; 13, ; 342: That the whole sum be given for the whole pay aforesaid, Mar. 3, 1865, s. ,
and for the pay of officers, and for the said bounties upon enlistments shall not exceed, for any one year, the amount
which may, in such year, be appropriated for such purposes. Additional pay SEC. 1570. Every seaman, ordinary seaman, or landsman for serving as firemen and coal who performs the duty of a fireman or coal-heaver on board
of any vessel of war shall be entitled to receive, in addition 2, v. 15, p. 280. to his compensation as seaman, ordinary seaman, or lands
man, a compensation at the rate of thirty-three cents a day for the time he is employed as fireman or coal-heaver.
SEC. 1572. All petty oflicers and persons of inferior listment. ratings who are detained beyond the terms of service, 17v12p. 2, v. 42,7. 1862, *• according to the provisions of section fourteen hundred See sec. 1422, and twenty-two, or who, after the termination of their
service, voluntarily re-enter, to serve until the return to an Atlantic port of the vessel to which they belong, and until their regular discharge therefrom, shall, for the time during which they are so detained or so serve beyond their original terms of service, receive an addition of one-fourth of
their foriner pay. Bounty pay for SEC. 1573. If any seaman, ordinary seaman, landsman, reenlisting
Mar. 2, 1855, s. fireman, coal-heaver, or boy, being honorably discharged, June 7,0562:1977 shall re-enlist for three years, within three months there1864v. 13,
after, he shall, on presenting his honorable discharge, or on accounting in a satisfactory manner for its loss, be entitled to pay, during the said three months, equal to that to which he would have been entitled if he had been employed in
actual service. June 11, 1896. That the benefits of honorable discharge as conferred by
29 Stat. L., 476. section fourteen hundred and twenty-six of the Revised vol, p 05.02.P. 531. S., Statutes, and of three months' pay upon reenlistment after Navy. honorable discharge as conferred by section fifteen hun
Honorable dis. charges and reen
dred and seventy-three upon seamen, ordinary seamen, listment bounty landsmen, firemen, coal heavers and boys, be, and the same
are hereby, extended and made applicable to all enlisted R. S., 59 1426,
persons in the Navy. Paymasters' And all accounts of paymasters who have made paymenth so malements to enlisted men, not of the classes named in secto be allowed. tions fourteen hundred and twenty-six and fifteen hundred
and seventy-three, Revised Statutes, as if they had been included in the provisions of said sections, shall be allowed and passed by the accounting officers of the Treasury as if they had been included in said sections.
of wrecked or lost
Crews of veg.
June 30, 1864, 8.
SEC, 1574. When the crew of any vessel of the United Crews States are separated from such vessel, by means of her vessels. wreck, loss, or destruction, the pay and emoluments of such , July 17, 1862, s.
14, v. 12, p. 608. of the officers and men as shall appear to the Secretary of the Navy, by the sentence of a court-martial or court of inquiry, or by other satisfactory evidence, to have done their utmost to preserve her, and, after said wreck, loss, or destruction, to have bebaved themselves agreeably to the discipline of the Navy, shall go on and be paid them until their discharge or death. SEC. 1575. The pay and emoluments of the officers and
sels taken by an men of any vessel of the United States taken by an enemy enemy. who shall appear, by the sentence of a court-martial or otherwise, to have done their utmost to preserve and defend their vessel, and, after the taking thereof, to have behaved themselves agreeably to the discipline of the Navy, shall go on and be paid to them until their exchange, discharge, or death.
SEC. 1576. Every assignment of wages due to persons Assignments of enlisted in the naval service, and all powers of attorney, or other authority to draw, receipt for, or transfer the same,
12, v. 13, p. 310. shall be void, unless attested by the commanding officer and paymaster. The assignment of wages must specify the precise time when they commence.
SEC. 1588. The pay of all officers of the Navy who have Pay of retired been retired after forty-five years' service after reaching July 15, 1870, s. the age of sixteen years, or who have been or may be 5, v. 16; : 333;
Mar. 3, 1873, s. 1, retired after forty years' service, upon their own applica- v.17, p. 555. tion to the President, or on attaining the age of sixty-two jesen me te 5 d. years, or on account of incapacity resulting from long and ment. faithful service, from wounds or injuries received in the years is clearly line of duty, or from sickness or exposure therein, shall, See under sec. when not on active duty, be equal to seventy-five per ment. centum of the sea-pay provided by this chapter for the grade or rank which they held, respectively, at the time of their retirement. The pay of all other officers on the retired list shall, when not on active duty, be equal to onehalf the sea-pay provided by this chapter for the grade or rank held by them, respectively, at the time of their retirement.
SEC. 1589. Rear-admirals on the retired list of the Navy, Rear-admirals, who were retired as captains when the highest grade in the June 5, 1872, s. Navy was captain, at the age of sixty-two years, or after 17 ; 234;
Mar. 3. 1873, s. 1, forty-five years' service, and who, after their retirement, v. 17, p.555. were promoted to the grade of rear-admiral, and performed the duties of that grade in time of war, shall be considered as having been retired as rear-admirals. SEC. 1590. Officers who have been retired as third assist- Thiril assistant
engineers, reant engineers shall continue to receive pay at the rate of tired. Grade four hundred dollars a year.
abolished July Mar. 3, 1859, s. 2, v. 11, p. 407; Aug. 3, 1861, s. 22, v. 12, p. 290; July 16, 1862, s. 20, v. 12,
p. 587; Apr. 12, 1864, s. 7, v. 13, p. 51; July 15, 1870, s. 5, v. 16, p. 333. 376- -7
Pay not in.
SEC. 1591. No officer, heretofore or hereafter promoted creased by promotion. upon the retired list, shall, in consequence of such promo
July 25, 1879;.: tion, be entitled to any increase of pay.
SEC. 1592. Officers on the retired list, when on active duty. Mar. 2, 1887, s. duty, shall receive the full pay of their respective grades.
. 9, v. 14, p. 517; June 1, 1860, 8.5, v. 12, p. 27.
Officers retired SEC. 1593. Officers placed on the retired list, on furlough on furlough pay.
Mar. 3, 1835, 8: pay, shall receive only one-half of the pay to which they 1, v. 4, p. 756; would have been entitled if on leave of absence on the Feb. 28, 1855, s. 2, v. 10, p. 616; Jan. active list. 16, 1857, s. 1, v. 11, p. 154; Aug. 3, 1861, s. 23, v. 12, p. 291; July 28,1866, 8. 2, v. 14, p. 345; Jan. 30, 1875, v. 18, p. 504, sec. 1594, Furlough.
Title 56. SEC. 4688. The Secretary of the Treasury may make such Allowance for allowances to the officers and men of the Army and Navy, subsistence. while employed on Coast Survey service, for subsistence, in
June 12, 1858, 8. 1, v. 11, p. 319. addition to their compensation, as he may deem necessary, Seo note 3.
not exceeding the sum authorized by the Treasury regulation of the eleventh day of May, eighteen hundred and forty-four.
FURLOUGH AND FURLOUGH PAY.
Sec. 1442. Placing on furlough.
1594. Transfer from furlough to retired 1557. Furlough pay.
pay. Title 15, chap. 2. SEC, 1412. The Secretary of the Navy shall have author
Placing on fur.ity to place on furlough any officer on the active list of the lough. See Arti.
Navy. cles for Goveru. meatofthe Nary, Miscellaneous Provisions, soc. 1412. Mar. 3, 1835 s. 1, v. 4, p. 756; Mar. 3, 1845, 8. 6, v. 5, p. 794; Feb. 28, 1855, s. 3, v. 10, p. 617; Juno 1, 1860, s. 4, v. 12, p. 27. See note 2. Title 16, chap. 8. SEC. 1557. Officers on furlough shall receive only oneFurlough pay.
half of the pay to which they would have been entitled if Mar. 3, 1835, s. on leave of absence. 1.v.4, p. 756; Mar. 3, 1845, s. 6, v.5, p. 794; June 1, 1860, 8. 4, v. 12, p. 27. Transfer from
SEC. 1594. The President, by and with the advice and furlough to
consent of the Senate, may transfer any officer on the reJan. , 1857, . 3, v. 11, p. 154 ; tired list from the furlough to the retired-pay list. July 16, 1862, s. 20, v. 12, p. 587. See note 1.
Note 1.- When an officer is transferred, as authorized by this section, the causes for his retirement determine the rate of his pay under section 1588. An officer retired on furlough pay from causes not incident to the service can not be transferred to the 75 per cent pay list. If so transferred by nomination and confirmation, it would not be the duty of the accounting oflicer to pay him 75 per cent of sea pay. (Op., XVI, p. 23, Deveng, May 29, 1878)
Note 2.-An act approved January 30, 1875, v. 18, p. 304, allows difference of pay to certain officers, or their heirs, who were furlonghed under tho act of February 28, 1855, and subsequently restored to the active list.
Note 3.--Additional allowances for subsistence may be legally made to officers of the Army or Navy while employeil on Coast Survey service. The word "pay"in section 4681, Coast Survey, Division III, refers to the pay proper of an officer. (Op., XV, p. 283, Devens, May 23, 1877.)