48 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 48. 1896. dollars; additional pay for length of service, five thousand three hundred and seventy-six dollars; clothing on discharge, three thousand seven hundred and twenty-one dollars; retained pay on discharge, two thousand two hundred and thirty-two dollars; 0·v¤1ryd¤¤¤1¤¤¤¤¤- Pay of cavalry detachment: For one first sergeant, three hundred dollars; live sargeants, one thousand and eighty dollars; thur O01‘]l0l;&I1S, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two t‘arriers, three hnudu ed and sixty dollars; one saddlcr, one hundred and eighty dollars; one wagoncr, one hundred and sixty eight dollars; fifty-two privatcs, eight thousand one hundred and twelve dollars; additional pay for length of service, one thousand six hundred dollars; clothing on discharge, six hundred dol- . lars; retained pay on discharge, three hundred and sixty dollars; interest 011 retained pay duc enlisted men. two hundred and fifty dollars: Produ- _ ‘ Provided, That the dctachments of enlisted men at the Military Acad- N“"'°"h"°°°d' amy, hcrctotbrc designated as the General Army Service (Quarter- · mastcfs Department), and the cavalry detachment, shall be Hxcd at such numbers, not exceeding two hundred and fifteen enlisted men iu both dctachme-nts, as in the opinion of the Secretary of Warthe necessities of the public service may from time to time ruquirc; but the number of enlisted men of the Army shall not be increased on account of this proviso or the two preceding paragraphs of this Act; mm p•y,en1inted For extra pay oftwenty-eight enlisted men of cavalry detachment "'°"‘ employed on additional duty with the instruction battery of hold arti]-. lery, United States Military Amulvmy, at twenty dollars auch, tivo hundred uyé sixty doiinrs; For extra pay of mw ordnance soldier as draftsmsm and lithographic printer, at fifty cents per day, onchundred and forty-three dollars and Mt ccntsgm- extra; pay of one ordnance soldier as machinist, at fifty cents por day, one hundred and fortymhree dollars and hfty cents; For extra pay of one ordnance soldier as clerk, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and forty-three dollars and fifty cents; For extra pay of two enlisted men employed as clerks in the offices of the adjutant United States Military Academy and commandant of cadets, respectively, at fifty cents and thirty-five cents per day, two hundred and eighty-four dollars and twenty five cents; For extra pay of tbur enlisted men as printers, at headquarters United States Military Academy, at fifty cents each por day, six hundred and twenty-six dollars: For extra pay of one enlisted man employed as watchman, at thirty- five cents per day, one hundred and fifty-nine dollars and sixty cents; For extra pay of one enlisted man employed as trumpeter at the cadet barracks, at thirty-five can ts per day, one hundred and twenty- seven dollars and seventy-tive cents; For extra pay of one enlisted man employed in the philosophical department observatory, as mechanic, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty cents; For extra pay of one enlisted mam employed in the chemical department, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and tlftysix dollars and fifty cents; For extra pay of one enlisted man employed in the department of drawing, at fifty cents par day, one hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty cents; For extra pay of two enlisted men (cavalrymcn) when performing special skilled mechanical labor, at fifty cents each per day, three bundred and thirteen dollars; For extra pay of one enlisted mem employed as saddler, at fifty cents _ per day, one hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty cents: §;°X;’;imm¤_ Promded, That the qxtra pay provided by the twelve precedm g paragraphs shall not be pmd to any cuhsted man who receives extra.-duty pay under existing laws or army regulations; In all, for the pay of the Military Academy baud, field musicians, general army service, cavalry detachment and enlisted men on detached
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