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820 FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 294. 1870. Hs;gg;*:§;¤i:g: this act the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, authorized lo permit im, posts 0,, one or more trading estsbliehments to be maintained at any m1l1tziry· post che fmneier. on the frontier not m the vicinity of any c1ty or town, when, in his Judgment, such establishment is needed for the accommodation of emigrants, freighters, and other citizens; and t.he_persons to maintain such trading Pr¤vi¤<>· establishments shall be appointed by hnn: Provzdcd, That such traders shall be under protection and military control as camp followers. The R£fgI°;1§§_P"b· joint resolution approved March thirty, eighteen hundred end sixty-seven, VOL xv, P, gg, to authorize the commanding-general of the army to permit traders to remain at certain military posts is hereby repealed. Retired om- Sec. 23. And be it further enacted, That any retired officer may, on

"* ‘““Y *°""° his own application, be detailed to serve as professor in any college ; but

professors of . . I . . . . colleges. while so serving such officer shall be allowed no additional compensation. Sec. 24. And be it further enacted, That the pay of the officers of the my Ot, Omcm army shall be as follows: The pay of the general shall be thirteen thouof th, nm, u,- sand five hundred dollars ea. year; lieutenant-general shall be eleven ¤\b!i=h<=d~ thousand dollars a year; the pay of maijor-generalshall be seven thousand five hundred dollars; the pay of br1gad1er-general shall be five thousand five hundred dollars; the pay of colonel shall be three thousand five hundred dollars; the pay of lieutenant-colonel shall be three thousand dollars ; the pay of major shall be two thousand five hundred dollars ; the pay of captain, mounted, shall be two thousand dollars ; the pay of captain, not mounted, shall be eighteen hundred dollars; the pay of adjutamt, shall E?L§{€E$°iiLE3?S5°S0lE{}3Y"€hL”° §§’J?é`F§i’E§L`€é`l£Y?’$$§£i23"5}13}` EZ D I 9 7 sixteen hundred dollars; the pgy of first lieutenant, not mounted, shall be fifteen hundred dollars; the pay of second lieutenant, mounted, shall be fifteen hundred dollars; the pay of second lieutenant, not mounted, shall be fourteen hundred dollars; the pay of ehapluir shall be fifteen hundred dollars; the pay of aidc-:·dc·camp to majongeneral shall be two hundred dollars per annum in addition to pay of his rank z the pay of aide-de-camp to brigudicr-general shall be one hundred and fifty dollars per annum in addition to pay of his rank; the pay of acting assistant commissary shall To omcm M_ be one hundred dollars in addition to pay of his rank; and there shall be low mn], of mm allowed und paid be each and every commissioned officer below the rank Adler-general of brigadier·general, including chaplains and others having assimilated

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;‘$b°£° rank or pay, ten per oemum of their current yearly pay for each and

nllgwgd rm engl; every term of five years of service: Provided, That the total amount of HP >’•>¤¤‘¤' ¤°¤‘· such increase for length of service shall in no case exceed forty per v°ii°tZ0v;S0_ centum on the yearly pay of his grade as established by this act: And Pay ofeolonel provided further, That the pay of :1 colonel shall in no case exceed four

3ll:)‘:'£g°g;_ thousand five hundred dollars per annum, nor the pay of a lieutenantcmg_ colonel Your thousand dollars per annum, and these sums shall be in full

Mvuthly my- of all commutation of quarters, fuel, forage, servants' wages and clothing, longevity rations, and ull allowances of every name and nature whatever, !;u!p1,qu¤rt¤rs, and shall be paid monthly by the paymaster: Provided, That fuel, un °"g°‘ quarters, and forage in kind may be furnished to officers by the quarterf nmster’s department, as now allowed bylaw and regulations: And proh,£J£v;°é':]°;‘;“ °" vided further, That when any oliieer shull travel under orders, and shall umm. not be furnished tmnsportzition by the quzxrtermustefs depaftméht, 0I` OH a conveyance belon inv Lo or chartered b the United States, he shall be allowed ten cents {aero mile, and no mode, for each mile actually by him travelled under such order, distances to be calculated according to the 0ml::z¥:‘t;";;l€y ucurest post—r0utes; and no payment shall be made to any officer except pgtrynggtgp only_ 9:pB·ymiI$tGP of the army. of5C6TH I‘Ci.l1‘0d fI`Ol‘(1 8(JHVO S€I'VlC€ Sllilll. Omclgs ¤!`1'¢'¢¤f¤d receive selventy-five per centum of the pay of the rank upon which they ’ me retire . _QHicers,sol- Sec. 25. And be it further enacted, That every private soldier and °1‘°‘“· “""’“°"v officer who has served in the army of the United States during the re-