Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 34 Part 1.djvu/553

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FIFTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 3561. 1906. 523 Two cooks, four hundred and thirty-two dollars; Eight corporals, one thousand four hundred and fort * dollars; 5 h One huncclired and fifty-seven privates, twenty-four thousand four undred an ninety-two dollars; Additional av for len th of service eleven thousand one hundred Y •. g 7 and twelve do lars; Clothing on discharge, three thousand nine hundred and sixty-six dollars· Interest on deposits of enlisted men, one thousand and twelve dollars; For travel allowances due enlisted men on discharge, one hundred and thirty-two dollars- For y of cavalry detachment: One first ser cant, three hundred m°“"“1'Y d°‘°°h‘ d ll ve . g ent. 0 ars; Five sergeants, one thousand and eighty dollars; Two cooks, four hundred and thirty-two dollars; Five corporals, nine hundred dollars; Two trumpeters, three hundred and twelve dollars; ‘ Two farriers and blacézsmiths, three hundred and sixty dollars; One saddler one hun red and eighty dollars· One wagonei, one hundred and sixty-eight dhllars; hEighty-one] privates (cavalry), twelve thousand six hundred and t irty-six dollars- V Additional pay,for length of service, two thousand one hundred and eighty dollars· Clothing on, discharge, one thousand eight hundred dollars; " Traveling allowances to enlisted men on discharge, eight hundred and twenty dollars; Interest on deposits to enlisted men, one hundred dollars; d For pay of artillery detachment: One first sergeant, three hundred mQ,ftfm°’Y "°“*°*'· 0 lars· . Fiveisergeauts, one thousand and eighty dollars; One cook, two hundred and sixteen dollars; FOU1' corporals, seven hundred and twenty dollars; One farrier and blacksimith, cane hlpndged and eighty dollars; One saddler, one hun re an eighty 0 lars; One wagoner, one hundred and sixty-eight dollars; Two trumpeters, three hundred and twe ve dollars; Fifty-nine privates, nine thousand two hundred and four dollars; For additional pay for enlisted men of the Military Academy detachment of field artillery found dulv qualified as iirst—¢-lass gunners. at two dollars per mont each, two hundred and forty dollars; For additional pay for enlisted men of the Military Academy detachment of field arti lery found dulv qualified as second~class gunners., at one dollar per month each, one hundred and twenty dollars; Additional pay for length of service. one thousand five hundred dollars· Clothing on discharge, one thousand two hundred dollars; Interest on deposits due enlisted men, one hundred and fifty dollars; Travel allowances to enlisted men on discharge, seven hundred and iift dollars· Iyer extm’pay of two enlisted men employed as clerks in the office Exm psy. euliswd of the adjutantl, Ugiteél St(¤;.tesxtMilitar§ lacaderny, at fifty cents each- m"' r da three un re an s` y-five dollars; p6For {extra pay of two enlisted men employed as clerks in the office of the commandant of cadets, at fifty cents each per day, three hundred and sixt -five dollars· For eictra pay of yfour enlisted men as printers, at headgauarters United States Military Academy, at fifty cents each per y, six hundred and twenty-six dollars;