Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 29.djvu/91

From Wikisource
Jump to: navigation, search
This page needs to be proofread.

FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 59. 1896. 61 For pay of Hospital Corps, two hundred and six thousand two hun- H¤¤ri¢¤i CMP3- dred and eighty dollars. For service pay of enlisted men, including Hospital Corps by reason S°"*“° WF'- of length of service, in addition to their monthly pay, and payable therewith, tour hundred and fifty-one thousand dollars: Provided, That €*‘<wi?;, m there shall be no appointments of hospital stewards until the number rsuiigéii to mi. wmh of hospital stewards shall be reduced below one hundred, and thereafter the number of such officers shall not exceed one hundred. For clerks and messengers at the headquarters of the Army and at e§;°;}=b:;·,f T°g•¤¤· the several department headquarters; at the recruiting rendezvous; at g ll ° m` the Military Academy at West Point; at the Artillery School at Fort Monroe, Virginia; at the Infantry and Cavalry School at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and at the Cavalry and Light Artillery School at Fort Riley, Kansas, not exceeding ninety clerks, at one thousand dollars each; twenty-five clerks, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; . ten clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each, and forty-five messengers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, one hundred and sixty-one thousand nine hundred dollars, And said clerks and messengers shall be employed and apportioned A1>1¤>r¢·i¤¤m¤¤=. to the several headquarters, stations, and inspection districts by the Secretary of War. Fon PAY on THF GENERAL STAFF. G°¤•’¤•l mm ADJUTANT·GENEBAL’S DEPARTMENT: For pay of officers in the DA¢1l;t·¤¢-G¤¤¤r¤1‘¤ Adjutant-General’s Department, as now authorized and provided by qu mm" law, forty-seven thousand five hundred dollars; · For additional pay to such officers for length of service, to be paid I·°¤·‘¢°'**Y· with their current monthly pay, fourteen thousand two hundred and iiflxy dollars; In all, sixty-one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. INSPECTOR-GENERAL’S DEPARTJNIENTZ For pay of officers in the Dfggggg-G¤¤¤¤¤’· Inspector-General’s Department, as now authorized and provided by P ` law, twenty-three thousand five hundred dollars; For additional pay to such ofdcers for length of service, to be paid I·¤¤¢¤*i*y- with their current monthly pay, seven thousand and fifty dollars; In all, thirty thousand five hundred and fifty dollars. THE Cours OF ENGINEERS: For pay of officers in the Corps of C°’P° °‘ E°¤*¤°°’•· Engineers, as now authorized and provided by law, two hundred and thirty-nine thousand five hundred dollars; For additional pay to such officers for length of service, to be paid 1·•»¤z•vi¢s- with their current monthly pay,`seventy-one thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars; d lin all, three hundred and eleven thousand three hundred and ilfty ` o ars. URDNANCE DE1>4m·mEN·r; For pay of officers in the Ordnance mg·;*¤¤¤¤¤ D¤P¤¤· Department, as now authorized and provided by law, one hundred and ' twenty six thousand three hundred dollars; _ For additional pay to such officers for length of service, to be paid I·°¤5°“*Y· with their current monthly pay, thirty-seven thousand eight hundred and ninety dollars; d Iii all, one hundred and sixty-four thousand one hundred and ninety o ars. Qoanrnmnscmrvs DEPARTMENT: For pay of olheers in the Quar- P_Qg;¤j_'jjtf¤¤¤*¤*'¤D¤· termaster’s Department, as now authorized and provided by law, one hundred and forty thousand five hundred dollars; For additional payto such oilieers for length of service, to be paid Ltnpmy. with their current monthly pay, forty-two thousand one hundred and fifty dollars; -d In all, one hundred and eighty-two thousand six hundred and nity ollars. SUBSISTENCE DEPABTIHENT: For pay of oriicers in the Subsistence m§:{f¤*•*°¤°° D°P¤‘* Department, as now authorized and provided by law, seventy-one thousand five hundred dollars;