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472 FORTY-SEVEN TH CONGRESS. Sess. `II. Ch. 97. 1883. _ ¢gAp_ 9 ,- makin si ro riations for the naval service for the fiscal

 year eiieiingflluhet thirtieth, gghileen hundred and eighty-four, and lor other

PIIPPOSQSS. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatires of the United Appropriations. States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and News! ¤¤¤‘*i¤•- they are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any money lll the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the naval service of the government for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-ibur, and for other purposes: _ Pay of the Navy For the pay of the Navy, for the active-1ist,namely: For one Admiral, ¤¤*i*¤·li¤* °m<=°¤'¤· one Vice-Admiral, ten rear-admirals, eight chiefs of bureau, twenty-four eommod0res,forty-eight captains, ninety commanders, eighty lieutenan t~ - commanders, two hundred and eighty lientenants, one hundred mas- Title of master ters, the title of which grade is hereby changed to that of lieuten- ¤h¤¤z;¤<l M U¤¤· ants, and the masters now on the list shall constitute a junior grade oi

  • °“‘“‘*· and be commissioned as, lientenants, having the same rank and pay as

Promotions. now provided by law for masters, but promotion to and from said grade shall be by examination as provided by law for promotion to and from the grade of master, and nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to increase the pay now allowed by law to any officer in the line or stall`; one hundred ensigns, ninety-one midshipmen, the title of which Tm, .,5,,54.;,aP. grade is hereby changed to that of ensign, and the midshipman now on manclmngcdtocn- the list shall constitute a junior grade of, and he commissioned ns, en- ¤ig¤· signs, having the same rank and pay as now provided by law for mid- Pmmotiom. shipmen, but promotions to and from said grade shall be under the . same regulations and requirements as now provided by law for promotion to and from the grade of midshipmen, and nothing herein contained . shall be-so construed as to increase the pay now allowed by law to any officer of said grade or of any officer of relative rank; fourteen medical directors, fifteen medical inspectors, ilfty surgeons, eighty passed assistant surgeons, twelve assistant surgeons, two assistant surgeons not in the line of promotion who shall hereafter, after fifteen years’ service, he entitled to receive, as annual pay, when at sea, two thousand one hundred dollars, when on shore duty, one thousandeight hundred dollars, and when on leave or waiting orders, one thousand six hundred dollars, thirteen pay directors, twelve pay inspectors, · nity paymasters, thirty past assistant paymasters, twenty assistant paymasters, sixty-nine chief engineers, ninety-nine past assistant engineers, sixty-two assistant engineers, sixty-two cadet-engineers, twenty-three chaplains, eleven professors of mathematics, ten naval constructors, six assistant naval constructors, ten civil engineers, one hundred and ninety-five warrant oilioers, forty mates, three hundred and thirty-five naval cadets; in all, three million nine hundred and forty Promotions in thousand eight hundred dollars : Hereaftcr only one half of the vacan-

      • 3 °°'P°· I'"' cies in the various grades in the stuff corps of the navy shall be filled by

m °‘ promotion until such grades shall be reduced to the numbers iixed for Pamphlet laws, the several grades of the staff corps of the navy by the act of August $***7* C°¤S—· fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty two, making appropriations for the ‘ naval service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty three, and for other purposes. Retired list,0H- For pay of the retired list, namely: For forty-six rear-admirals, twenty- °•¤· one commodores,_eleven captains, ten commanders, sixteen lieutenantcommanders, nine lieutenauts, eleven masters, six. ensigns, one midshipman, twenty-two medical directors, two medical inspectors, two surgeons, four passed assistant surgeons, seven assistant surgeons, seven pay·dn·ectors, two payinspectors, four paymasters, two passed assistant paymasters, one assistant paymaster, ten chief engineers, twenty one passed assistant engineers, twenty-five assistant engineers, eight chaplains, six professors of mathematics, one chief constructor, three civil engineers, eleven boatswains, nine gunners, eleven carpenters, and nine sailmakers; in all, seven hundred and three thousand one hundred and eighty dollars: