Executive Order 328-C

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Any enlisted man of the Navy detailed to perform the duties of ‘‘ship's tailor’’ on board of a vessel having a complement of six hundred men or more, exclusive of marines, shall receive twenty dollars per month in addition to the monthly pay of his rating; on a vessel having a complement of from three hundred to six hundred men, exclusive of marines, fifteen dollars per month in addition to the monthly pay of his rating; on a vessel having a complement of less than three hundred men, exclusive of marines, ten dollars per month in addition to the monthly pay of his rating. Any enlisted man of the Navy detailed as ‘‘tailor's helper’’ on board of a vessel having a complement of six hundred men or more, exclusive of marines, shall receive ten dollars per month in addition to the monthly pay of his rating: Provided, That the total pay of an enlisted man detailed to perform the duties of ‘‘ship's tailor’’ shall not exceed fifty dollars per month, and of ‘‘tailor's helper’’ shall not exceed forty dollars per month.


Signature of Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt 
The White House,
June 2, 1905.

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