Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/596

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SIXTY-SE(DND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 391. 1912. 573 Forpa of onehundred andsixt -e1gh' t tes per month each, thirty thousand twlro hund1I?eIdvdndfd:t?fdl?>°D!;r‘§?usm _ Additional pay to twelve sergeants se as mess sergeants at six dollars per month each eight hundred and sixty-four dollars. ’ Additional pay for lengtli 0 service, fifty-six thousand dollars. uosrrran ooxrs. ¤¤•r¤¤1¤¤rn For pay of enlisted men eight hundred and fift th usand dollars. s pay for length of service, one hundriad a(i1d sixty thouvar ro cnzaxs, rmssnuoms, arm Lanonmns ar unanqunrmns or °tg‘°'*·’· ¤¤¤°¤¤¤¤ nrvrsroxs, DEPARTMENTS, roars conruammn nr cmmaar. orncnns, arm orrrcm or mn cmu or starr. One chief clerk, at the office of the Chief of Staff, two thousand dollars per annum. _ ·uIL:If;aen clerk, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each per- Fifteen clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars each per annum. Th1rty-eight clerks, at one thousand four hundred dollars each per annum. Seventy clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars each per annum. Seventy-one clerk, at one thousand dollars each per annum. One captain of the watch, at nine hundred dollars annum. Three watchman, at seven hundred and twenty diillars each puannum. One gardener, at seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum. One packer, at eight hundred and fortty dollars per annum. Two messengers, at eight hundred and orty dollars each (per annum. Sixty-five messengers, at seven hundred and twenty ollars each per annum. One laborer, at six hundred and sixty dollars per annum. Two laborers, at six hundred dollars each per annum. One laborer, at four hundred and eighty dollars per annum. Five charwomen, at two hundred an forty dollars each per annum. In all, three hundred and seventeen thousand eight hundred and forty dollars. And said clerks, messengers and laborers shall be employed and *“'*¤‘“°°°'~ assigned by the Secretary 0 Wlar to the offices and positions in which _ they are to serve: Provided, That no clerk, messenger or laborer at f,’[,'{"",*;w_,Dq_,, headquarters of divisions, departments, posts commanded lay general ¤¤¤¤¢i¤¤M·i·i¢¤. officers, or office of the Chie of Staff shall be, assigned to uty with any bureau in the War Department. Ion rar or orncmns or rum starr conrs AND STAFF Dnrazmzms. S¤¤¤¤¤en ADJUTANT Gm:nnAL’s DEPARTMENT: For pay of officers in the ,_°'“°”*'“ grlgutant General’s Department, eighty-eight thousand five hundred U o . Fiilisaclditional pay to such officers for length of service to be paid with their current monthly pay, twenty-two thousand dollars. _ _ lssrrzcron Gea·nmu.’s Dm=Am·m;m·: For pay of officers in the ,,§;iP°,,,,,°'?g’,§,_G°“°’°’° Inslpector General’s Department fifty-nine thousand dollars. _ or additional pay to such officers for length of service, to be paid with their current monthly pay, sixteen thousand dollars. Tim Cours or- Eucnvsmis; For pay of officers m the Corps of E°8*“°“°°”’°· Engineers, four hundred and sixty thousand three hundred dollars.