Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 38 Part 1.djvu/957

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SIXTY·THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. C1-1. 83. 1915. 939 That the President be, and he is hereby, authorized, within two ,,°m;;Fg°d*¤'1‘;}_‘m°{,*° years of the date of the approval of this Act, by and with the advice minsrerrcd to slmve and consent of the Senate, to transfer to the active list of the Navy ““- or Marine Corps api officer who may have been transferred from the active to the retir list of the Na under the provisions of section nine of said personnel Act: Provided? That such officer shall be trans- mm ferred to the place on the active list which he would have held if he sense. had not been retired and shall be carried as an additional number in the grade to which he may be transferred or at an time thereafter promoted: Provided further, That such omcer shall stand a satis- ,,,,]i°,’,§§_“"“°"*°“‘ '°' actory physical and professional examination as now prescribed by law: And promklcd further, That any officer transferred to the active No mk p¤y,¤w. list shall not by the passage of this Act be entitled to back pay or allowances of any kind. That the President of the United States be, and he is hereby, P§‘§j_‘§§’f°““° ““"'“* authorized to restore Constantine Marrast Perkins new a lieutenant C°R¤;¤¤¤¤1°¢g_1M¤¤¤¤ colonel on the retired list, to the active list of the Mlarine Co , in the uv?u§ii°° °°°°` grade of colonel to take rank in said grade next after Ge0rger%arnett, who was the officer immediately above the said Constantine Marrast Perkins in the list of lieutenant colonels at the date said Constantine Marrast Perkins was retired from active service with the rank of lieutenant colonel: Provided, That the said Constantine Marrast §';:*;>;·¤·mis W Perkins shall establish to the satisfaction of the Secretezg of the Navy quired. by examination pursuant to law, his physical, men , moral, and pgipfessional fitness to perform the duties of colonel: Provided further, at the said Constantine Marrast Perkins shall be carried, while on dgigx §,';*§,f‘ “' the active list, as additional to the number in the grade to which he may be advanced ursuant to this Act until such time as a vacancy occurs in said gradld: And further, That the said Constantine N°b¤°¥P¤Y»m Marrast Perkins shall not, y the passage of this Act, be entitled to an back pay or allowances. lilereafter officers of the Navy and Marine Corps appointed student §§l$m°§',’§°,;,,,,_ naval aviators, while lawfullgl detailed for duty involving actual ¤¢g*gL¢§g¤¤¤d8g;_¤· dying in air craft, including b oons, dirigibles, and aeroplanes, shall 'P` receive the pay and allowances of their rank and service plus thirty- five per centum increase thereof; and those officers who have heretofore qualified, or may hereafter qualify, as naval aviators, under such rules and reghlations as have been or may be prescribed by the Secretary of the avy, shall, while lawfully detailed for duty involving actual dying in air craft, receive the pay and allowances o their ran and service plus fifty per centum increase thereof. Hereafter Awami payto•¤· enlisted men of the Navy or Marine Coarlps, while detailed for duty “’°°" '“°"‘ involving actual dying in air craft, sh receive the {pay, and the permanent additions thereto, including allowances o their rating and service, or rank and service, as the case may be, plus fifty per _ centum increase thereof : Provided, That not more t an a yparly {,T;,"f;gvmg,°,d& average of forty-eight officers and ninety-six enlisted men of the avy, ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤w¤<1- and twelve ofdcers and twenty-four enlisted men of the Marme Corps, detailed for duty involving actual dying m air craft, shall l‘BC61V0 any increase in gy while on duty involving actual dying m air craft, _ nor shall any officer in the Navy senior in rank to commander, nor ,,, ‘°“°“"'“‘*°“ any officer in the Marine Corp)s senior in rank to major, receive any increase in pay or allowances y reason of such detail or dug Gmmity ,0, dma In the event of the death of an officer or enlisted man of e 8:VY gg; ¤v¤¤¤<>¤ wcior Marine Co from wounds or disease, the result of an aviation ‘ accident, not {li: result of his own misconduct, received while engaged in actual dying in or in handling air craft, the gratuity to be paid under the provisions of the Act a proved August twenty-second, V°’·37·P·”°· nineteen hundred and twelve, entitled) "An Act making appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal year ending June tlurtieth, mneteen