Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 29.djvu/77

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FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 48. 1890. 47 not otherwise appropriated, for the support of the Military Academy for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety- seven: PERMANENT ESTABLISHMENT. ,,S'Q$,§§Q,‘}{‘°“" °*‘“" For pay of seven professors and a chaplain with the pay and allow- tP¤y of professors, ances of a captain mounted, twenty six thousand dollars; ° °' d For pay of one associate professor of mathematics, two thousand ollars; For pay of cadets, one hundred and seventy thousand dollars; C=d¤*¤· In all, for permanent establishment, one hundred and ninety-eight thousand dollars. For extra pay of officers of the Army on detached service at the E¤***P*>’*°°m<>°¤‘¤· Military Academy: For pay of one Superintendent of the United States Military Academy (colonel), in addition to pay as lieutenant-colonel of engineers, five hundred dollars; For one commandant of cadets (lieutenant- colonel), in addition to pay as captain, not mounted, one thousand two hundred dollars; For pay of one instructor of practical military engineering (major), in addition to pay as captain, mounted, five hundred dollars; For pay of one instructor of ordnance and science of gunnery (major), in addition to pay as captain, mounted, five hundred dollars; For pay of eight assistant professors (captains), in addition to pay as first lieutenants, not mounted, four thousand dollars; For pay of three senior instructors of cavalry, artillery, and infantry tactics (captains), in addition to pay as first lieutenants, not mounted, one thousand five hundred dollars; For pay of four assistant instructors of cavalry, artillery, and infantry tactics (captains), in addition to pay as second lieutenants, not mounted, two thousand four hundred dollars; V For pay of one adjutant, in addition to pay as second lieutenant, not mounted, four hundred dollars; For pay of one treasurer, quartermaster, and commissary of cadets, in addition to pay as captain not mounted, seven hundred dollars; For additional pay of librarian, one hundred and twenty dollars; For additional pay of professors and officers (and ofncers on increased I-vvzsvity rsy- rank) for length of service, ten thousand three hundred dollars and fifty- one cents; In all, for extra pay of officers of the Army on detached service at the Military Academy, twenty-two thousand one hundred and twenty dollars and fifty-one cents. For pay of the Military Academy Band, field musicians, general army Paycfsnliswi msnservice, cavalry detachment, and enlisted men on detached service, and extra pay for enlisted men on special duty: For pay of the Military Academy Band: Six enlisted musicians, at Budthirty-four dollars per month, two thousand four hundred and forty- eight dollars; six enlisted musicians, at twenty dollars per month, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; twelve enlisted musicians, at seventeen dollars per month, two thousand four hundred and fortyeight dollars; additional pay for length of service, one thousand and forty- nnur dollars; clothing on discharge, three hundred and sixty dollars; retained pay on discharge, two hundred and sixteen dollars; Fm- pay of field musicians: One sergeant, two hundred and sixteen mid ·¤¤¤i¤i=¤¤¤ dollars; fourteen privates, two thousand one hundred and eighty-four dollars; additional pay for length of service, sixty dollars; clothing on discharge, one hundred and twenty dollars; retained pay on discharge, seventy-two dollars; _ Pay of general army Service: For one first sergeant. three hundred icg·<*¤•¤¤l ¤¤¤Y ¤°”· dollars; six sergeants, one thousand two hundred and ninety-six dollars; seven corporals, one thousand two hundred and sixty dollars; one hundred and two privates, fifteen thousand nine hundred and twelve