Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 1.djvu/875
. FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess.I1I. Ca. 48. 1799.
per m~nth, which shall be in full.compensation for his extra serviees and travelIing expenses; each of whIch officers shall be chosen by the quartermaster general, from among the regimental officers. Sec. 13. And be if further enacted, That to any army of the United Deputy diviStates, other than that in which the inspector-general shall serve there sion and brigadA inspectors. shaH be a deputy inspector-general, who shall be a field officer who in addition. to his other .emoluments, shall be entitled to fifty dollars pe: month, whIch shall be III full compensation for his extra services and travelling. exp~nses; and tha~ to ev.e~y division of an army there shall be a dlvisLOn mspector, who, m additLOn to his other emoluments shall ~e entitled. to thirty doll~rs per month, which shall be in full compensatl~n for hiS extra servIce~ and !ravelling expenses; and that to every bngade there shall be a bngade inspector, who, in addition to his other emolume~ts, shall be entitl~d to tw?nty-four dollars per month, which shall be III full co~pensatLOn for hIS extra services and travelling expenses: each of which officers shall be chosen by the inspector-general fro~ among the regimental officers. The deputy inspector-general to be In every case approved by the general commanding the army to which be shall be annexed. Sec. 14. And be it further enaded, That the adjutant-general of the The adjutant army shall be e'X-ojJicio assistant inspector-general, and that every deputy general to be aasi.tant ininspector-general shall be ez..ojJicio deputy adjutant-general, and shall spector general, perform the duties of adjutant-general in the army to which he shall be &c. annexed. Duty or the Sec. 15. And be it furtllh enacted, That the paymaster-general of paymaster gen. the armies of the United States, shall always quarter at or near the head- eral. quarters of the main army, or at such place as the commander in chief shall deem proper; and that to the army on the western frontiers and to detachments from the main army intended to act separately for a time, he shall appoint deputy paymasters, who shall account to him for the money advanced to them, and shall each give a bond ill the sum of fifDeputy and teen thousand dollars, with sufficient sureties for the faithful discharge regimental paymaste,.. to give of their duties respectively, and take an oath faithfully to execute the security. duties of their offices, and the several regimental paymasters shall also give bond in the sum of five thousand dollars with one or more sufficient sureties, and take an oath as aforesaid for the faithful discharge of the duties of their offices respectively; and that the paymaster general shall Compensation receive eighty dollars per month, with the rations and forage of a major of the paymas. ter general and in full compensation for his services and travelling expenses j and the the deputy. deputy, in addition to his pay and other emoluments, thirty dollars per month in full compensation for his extra services and traveIling expenses. Sec. 16. And be it jurthtr enacted, That every major-general of the Aida of major army of the United States shall be entitled to two aids to be chosen by and brigadier generals. himself, each of whom, in addition to his pay and other emoluments in his regiment, shall receive twenty-four dollars per month, and ten dollars per month fol' forage, when not furnished as aforesaid; and that every brigadier-general of the said army shall be entitled to one aid to be chosen by himself, who, in addition to his pay and other emoluments in his regiment, shall receive twenty-four dollars per m?nth, and ten dollars per month for forage, when not furnished as aforesaid. Sec. 17. And be if jurtlu.r enacted, That the President of the United Two engineers, States be authorized to engage and appoint, distinct from the officers of distinct frombfl the corps, to the corps of artillerists and engineers, two engineers with the rank of appointed. lieutenant-colonel, and to stipulate and allow to them respectively, such . compensations as he shall find necessary and expedi.ent. An in.peetor Sec. 18. And be it furtlter enacte.d, That an Ills,Pector ?f forhfiof fortifications cations shall be appointed, whose duties shall be assigned him by the to be appointed. Secretary of War under the direction of the President. of. the Unit~d States, that the compensation to be allowed to the said mspector, If