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F IF1`Y-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I1. Ch. 1010. 1903. 1199 Co . And that appointments to the grade of ca tain in an of the stahpdepartments shall be made from officers on thi-i active list of the Marine Corps not below the grade of first lieutenant. MARINE CORPS. Marine Corps. Par, Mamma: Cours: For pay and allowances prescribed by law of PW- ofiicers on the active list, five hundred and forty-seven thousand nine hundred dollars; Pay of officers on the retired list: For three colonels, three lieutenant- B¤'=*¤=d U"- colonels, one adjutant and inspector, one quartermaster, one assistant apartermaster, two majors, nine captains, three first lieutenants, and d Hao second lieutenants, fifty-five thousand one hundred and forty o ars; · · Pay of noneommissioned officers, musicians, and rivates, as pre- E¤“¤°°** ¤°¤- scribed b(y law, and the number of enlisted men shad be exclusive of those un ergoing imprisonment with sentence of dishonorable discharge from the service at expiration of such connnement, and for the expenses of clerks of the United States Marine Corps traveling under 0 ers, one million three hundred and sixty-five thousand six hundred and twenty-eight dollars; · Paty an allowance of retired enlisted men: For one sergeant-major, m§:*=*¤¤d ¤¤¤¤¢¤¤ one rum·major, four tgunnery-sergeants, eight 6rst—class musicians, ` twelve first sergeants, irt -one sergeants, five co rals, one drummer, one iifer, and forty-tliree privates, and for thdse who may be ‘ retired durin the year, thirty-eight thousand dollars; Undrawn clothing: For pa ment to discharged soldiers for clothing U¤"¤*¤ <=i°*-¤*¤¤· undrawn, thirty-six thousandy dollars; Mileage: For mileage of officers traveling under orders without m*¤¢¤~ troops, twenty thousand dollars; For commutation of quarters to officers on duty without troops quQgg,g¤¤*·**¤¤ <>f where there are no public quarters, eight thousand dollars; ` PAY or cxvu. roses: In the office of the major-general commandant: g*,{Qe*°;g*é0mmm_ One chief clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars; one clerk, at one mm:. thousand two hundred dollars; one messenger, at nine hundred and seventy-one dollars and twenty-eight cents; In the office of the paymaster: {One chief clerk, at one thousand six ’*Y¤>°·¤*°*’¤ °¤¤¤· hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand five hundred dollars; one . clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; In the office of the assistant paymaster: One clerk, at one thousand ,_,¢:*({·$' P°>‘m*·· four hundred dollars; ` In the office of the adjutant and inspector: One chief clerk at one ¤p·gj,{jQ:gg,,c;¤¤¤ *¤· tlhcfusand six hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand five hundred ` o lars; In the office of the assistant adjutant and inspector: One clerk, at m{,f;};cP;m;jJ:,{,*;·;* one thousand two hundred dollars; ` In the office of the quartermaster: One chief clerk, at one thousand °¤‘}c'g_°"°’”*”*‘°"” six hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand five hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one draftsman, at one thppsand six hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand two. hundred dollars: In the office of the assistant uartermaster, Washin n, District of —*¤*¤*;¤° ¤¤¤¤¤· Columb' or San Francisco, (llaliforniaz One clerk, gil) one thousand mmf °m°°` four huiildred dollars; two clerks, additional, for duty in the Philippines-one in Pay and one in Qnartermastefs Department—at one · thousand four hundred dollars each; In the office of the assistant quartermaster. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: One clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger, at one dollar and seventy-five cents per diem; In all, for pay of civil force, twenty-seven thousand one hundred and D*¤*>¤¤*>¤¤¤¤¤· ten dollars and three cents, and the money herein specifically appro-