Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 12.djvu/54

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24 THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 67. 1860. of this act the annual pay of the officers of the navy, on the active hst, hereinafter named, shall be as follows: _ Captains. Cbptaimr.-—The senior Hag officer, created. under and by virtue of an act of Congress approved March second, eighteen hundred and fifty~ Post, p. 565. seven, shall receive four thousand five hundred dollars. Captains when commanding squadrons, five thousand dollars. All other captains on duty at sea, four thousand two hundred dollars. Captains on other duty, three thousand six hundred dollars. lVhen on leave or waiting orders, three thousand dollars. C°mmmdm_ O0mmunders.—Every commander on duty at sea, for the first Eve years after the date of his commission, two thousand eight hundred and twenty-five dollars. _ _ For the second five years after the date of his commission, three thou— sand one hundred and fifty dollars. Every commander on other duty, for the first five years after the date of his commission, two thousand six hundred and sixty-two dollars. For the second five years after the date of his commission, two thousand eight hundred and twenty-five dollars. All other commanders, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. U¢¤*¢¤9¤¤ Lieutenants commanding at sea, two thousand five hundred and fifty commanding. dollars. Lieutenantzs. Lieutenants.-—Every lieutenant on duty at sea, one thousand five hundred dollars. After he shall have seen seven years' sea-service in the navy, one thousand seven hundred dollars. After he shall have seen nine years’ sea-service, one thousand nine hundred dollars. After he shall have seen eleven years’ sea—service, two thousand one hundred dollars. After he shall have seen thirteen years’ sea-service, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. Every lieutenant on other duty shall receive one thousand five hundred dollars. After he shall have seen seven years’ sea-service in the navy, one thou— sand six hundred dollars. After he shall have seen nine years’ sea-service, one thousand seven hundred dollars. After he shall have seen eleven years' sea-service, one thousand eight hundred dollars. After he shall have seen thirteen years’ sea-service, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars. Every lieutenant on leave or waiting orders, one thousand two hundred dollars. After he shall have seen seven years’ sea-service, in the navy, one thousand two hundred and sixty-six dollars. After he shall have seen nine years’ sea-service, one thousand three hundred and thirty-three dollars. After he shall have seen eleven years’ sea-service, one thousand four hundred dollars. After he shall have seen thirteen years' sea—service, one thousand four hundred and fifty dollars. Chaplnius. OhnpZains.—Cliaplains shall be paid as lieutenantg. Every chaplain shall be permitted to conduct public worship according to the manner and forms of the church of which he may be a member. Every chaplain retained in the service shall be required to report gpfnlpprllly, to the Secretary of the Navy, the official services performed Masters. 1t&zsters.—Every master in the line of promotion, when on duty as such at sea, one thousand two hundred dollars.