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Naral Reserro Forco Continued.

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Volunteer

Uniform gratulty not payable in

cash--limited to issue in kind..... 148
Uniforms issued in kind-no refund
on discharge....

646
Naval Reserve Force pay:

Active duty-warrant officers-six years'

commissioned service only entitles to
retainer pay based on $1,500......

88
Active training duty-

Limited to period fixed in orders

although remaining on vessel longer
owing to sickness..

692
Oficers-longevity may be based on

commissioned service only..... 590
Alter termination of temporary com-

mission in Regular Navy-not entitled

to, as do not revert to reserve status... 755
Confirmed ratings officers - effective

only from date qualifications estab-
lished before board.

278
Fleet, transferred members-retired-

limited to retired pay under act of
August 29, 1916, when retired prior to
July 1, 1922..

762
Longevity-

Credit to which entitled for active

and inactive duty under provi-
sional and confirmed commissions,
retroactive confirmations, and in
Medical Reserve Corps....

767
Enlisted men-actual active duty in
naval service only counted....

89
Officers-commissioned service only
counts when on active duty for
training-..

590
Retainer-
Enrolled men-

Confirmed rating effective on
completion of sea service...---.

428
Excess active duty for training

does not excuse attendance at
drills.

580
Failure to notify of change of
address forseits....

453
Mess attendance dependent on

grades fixed by Secretary of
Navy....

89
Baving clause, act June 10, 1922,
not applicable...

88
Transferred from Regular Navy-

rates of pay dependent on date. 92
Omcers-

Base pay on and after July 1,
1922.

85
Increase for longevity to be on
same percentages as

before
July 1, 1922...

85
Saving clauso, act June 10, 1922,
not applicable.....

88
Other equivalent duty-excess active

duty for training does not excuse
attendance at drills...

580
Warrant officers

Saving clause, act of June 10, 1922,
not applicable....

88

Naval Reserve Force pay-Continued.

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Retrainer-Continued.
Warrant officers-Continued.

Service for, computed after July 1,

1922, same as previously...... 89
Six years' active commissioned

service entitles only to, on base

pay of $1,500..---
Retired-Fleet Naval Reserve-trans-

ferred members limited to retired pay
provided by act August 29, 1916, not act
of June 10, 1922, when retired prior to
July 1, 1922.

762
Saving clause, act June 10, 1922— officers-

not applicable to active duty for training. 590
Navigation, Bureau of:

Officers-laundry-not reimbursable for

expense of, when stationed on vessel... 229
Navy:

Commissary - civilian employees not
authorized.

620
Enlisted men-

Discharged for disability due to mis-

conduct-may be furnished trans-
portation in kind but not commuta-
tion of.........

315
Extension of enlistment after expirs.

tion not authorized...-
Good conduct medal only authorized

after reenlistment service...... 787
Subsistence allowance-entitled to,

when temporarily absent from
hospital...

753
Travel allowance

Act of September 22, 1922, as
affecting...

612
Extension of enlistment after

expiration does not authorize..
Traveling expenses-air travel enti-

tles to actual, or a flat per diem.... 185
Insular force-rights of, under the joint
service pay act...

585
Mates-quarters and subsistence allow-
anoes-same as enlisted men...

741
Nurses-subsistence may be furnished

in kind or paid allowance when not
furnished..

161
Omcers

Change of station-home to await

orders is not....
Commissions, temporary-

Termination of, reverts to former

rank only when in Regular
Navy...----

75$
Vacated by acceptance of lower
permanent grade...

347
Dependents-

Subsistence and quarters allow-

ance-dependency of mother
must be shown by fact that
son contributes her chief sup-

port......
Transportation-bome to await

orders does not entitle....
Transportation to college instead

of now station-not authorised.

title.

Navy-Continued.

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Officers-Continued.

Detailed as assistant to Chief of Bu-

reau of Supplies and Accounts-
pay $6,000..

169
Detailed as Superintendent of Naval

Academy or commandant of Mare
Island-Dot entitled to sea duty in-
crease after July 1, 1922.

212
Medical treatment--retired officers

not entitled to, from Navy appro-

priations when not on active duty. 303
Mileage-change of station while on

leave does not entitle to more than

from old to new station........ 217
Quarters allowance

Arrest while on sea duty without

detachment-dependent On

conviction or acquittal....... 622
Awaiting transportation when

detached from one station and
before reporting to new station
allowed.

745, 748
Awaiting trial by court-martial
on receiving ship does not en-

415
Conditions under which payable. 399
Not entitled when detailed to

Panama Canal and furnished
quarters for which they pay
rent-

707
Subsistence allowance-awaiting trial

by court-martial on receiving ship
entitled to..

415
Transported by Government con-

veyanco-entitled to mileage less
3 cents per mile...

202
Traveling expenses-air travel en-

titles to actual, not exceeding $8
per day...

185
Traveling expenses and per diem-
detail

to Veterans' Bureau-
amount entitled.....

635
Navy Department:
Civilian employees

Commissary stores may not employ
by adding to sale price......

620
Leave of absence-additional with

pay to act as jurors in State courts
not authorized.

448
Contracts. (See Contracts.)
Disbursing officers-
Relief

Not authorized for error in ac-

counts under either act of July

11, 1919, or April 21, 1922..... 70
Not granted for unlawful pay.
ments.

277
Secretary-
Jurisdiction-

Court-martial sentences set aside
by-effect...

445
None to overrule instructions of

Comptroller General to dis-
bursing officers.

689
None to relieve unlawful pay.

ments by disbursing officers... 277

Navy Department-Continued.

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Vessels to be scrapped-freight on ma-

terial for, when chargeable to appro-
priation for scrapping..

541
Navy pay:
Aviation duty-

Detail to duty which inherently re-
quires flying necessary...

237
Enlisted men-entitled, exclusive of

staff, when duties require regular
and frequent Aights......

185
Officers-any branch of service on.

titled when detailed by competent
authority...

185
Regulations containing various classi-
fications..

237
Checkage by court-martial-disapproval

or setting aside of sentence by Secretary
of Navy-effect of...

445
Continuous service enlisted men-en-

listed in Regular Navy after special
order discharge from Fleet Naval Re-

serve-not entitled (Joseph Tall case).. 689
Contract surgeon serving full time-

officer-entitled to credit as surgeon in
Revenue Cutter Service..

271
Cooks-enlisted men-additional

pay
saved under section 16, act June 10, 1922,
during current enlistment.

816
Detention beyond enlistment-enlisted

men-not repealed by section 10, act of
June 10, 1922..

177
General Order 34-enlisted men-enlisted

in Regular Navy after special order dis-
charged from Fleet Naval Reserve--not
entitled (Joseph Tall case).

689
Higher grade-appointment ad interim of

chief warrant officer, holding temporary
office of lieutenant, as permanent lieu-

tenant (junior grade)---effect ol....... 347
Highest pay of grade-officer-detailed as

assistant to Bureau of Supplies and
Accounts entitled to $6,000...

169
Insular force-one-half rate in joint serv-

ice pay act not applicable to those en-
titled to saving clause..

585
Longevity-
Enlisted men-

Count active duty Naval Reserve

Force (other than training),
and service in Coast Guard and
Revenue Cutter Service.

280
Discharge within three months of

evlistment does not entitle to
count full enlistment.....

352
Temporary commissioned service
does not count...

608
Officers-

Contract surgeon, Revenue Cut-

ter Service, service counted.... 271
Students Army Training Corps
service counts.

516
Medals, pins, and bars--good conduct

medal only authorized after service
under reenlistment.

737
Panama Canal detail-enlisted

man -
may not be paid additional if aggregate
more than salary receiving on June 30,
1921..

253

Navy pay-Continued.

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Promotion--officers--saving clause, act of

June 10, 1922, entitled to retain old pay
if higher..

57
Retired
Officers

After July 1, 1922, limited to pay

under act of June 10, 1922.... 57, 153
Recalled to active duty entitled

to pay under act of June 10,
1922, if captain or below-old

pay rate not saved.---------- 154
Warrant officers-no change by act of

June 10, 1922, in pay of those retired
prior to July 1, 1922.

153
Baving clause, act June 10, 1922—

Enlisted men-stewards and cooks

additional saved during enlistment
current on June 30, 1922.....

816
Insular force entitled to benefit of,

during current enlistment.... 585
Officers
Does not save sea duty pay...---

212
Promoted, may retain pay re-

ceiving on June 30, 1922, if
higher...

57
Retired on or after July 1, 1922,

limited to pay under act of
June 10, 1922..

57
Vice admiral additional pay not
within..

284
Sea duty-officers—not entitled after

July 1, 1922, when Superintendent of
Naval Academy or commandant of
Mare Island Navy Yard.

212
Stewards and cooks-enlisted men-ad-

ditional pay saved under section 16, act

June 10, 1922, during current enlistment. 816
Vice admirals-after July 1, 1922, not
saved by joint service pay act...

284
Newspapers. (See Purchases.)
Notary public:

Appointment for special purpose in Li.

brary of Congress does not bar notarial
work for private persons...---

382
Congressional Library-expense of chang.
ing seal not payable....

382
Mileage-depositions for court-martial

proceedings taken away from offico do
not entitle..

65

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Officers and employees-Continued. Page.
Appointments-Continued.

Retroactive, to cover service under

illegal appointment-not author-
ized...

373
Authority to contract - contractors

charged with notice of limitation on... 607
Civilian-compensation based on that of

commissioned officer-when joint serr.
ice pay act applicable.....

281
Compensation from private sources pro-
hibited.

634
Deceased-Post Office Department may

grant full annual and sick leave for

absence up to date of death......... 701
Detailed

Army, Navy, and Public Health Serv.

ice officers to Veterans' Bureau

traveling expenses and subsistence. 635
Army officers to work for Veterans

Bureau-traveling expenses, etc... 373
Army and Navy officers to Panama

Canal-official salary-when sub-
sistence and quarters allowances
deductible....

219
Navy enlisted men to Panama Canal

not entitled to additional pay over

that receiving on June 30, 1921..... 253
Duty stations internal revenue col-

lectors-depend on facts rather than

arbitrary designation of place....... 757
Exchanging positions - traveling
penses disallowed.

734
Holding two positions. (See Compensa.

tion, double.)
In executive departments-when... 817
Jurors-leave with pay, in addition to

annual, not granted to jurors in State
court.

443
Mistakes-Government not liable for.... 635
Promotion

Public Health Service-commission

as passed assistant surgeon issued
to assistant surgeon effective from

oath......

Retroactively, not authorized..----- 45,515
Reduction of-Army flying cadet-

effective from date of order, not date

of receipt...---
Reinstatement-Post Oflice Depart. .

ment–inspectors reinstated in ове
grado may not subsequently be again

reinstated as of higher grade....... 515
Substitutes-not entitled to leave of

absence (postal clerks)...
Temporary-

Physician to examine several persons

on fee basis is employee and lim-
ited to actual expenses to travel
and subsistence.....

813
Retirement act not applicable to... - 783
Transfer to jump-sum rolls General

Accounting Office-employees may
not be transferred at increased salary to
Chief of Financo.....

148
Witnesses in Stato courts-not entitled

to pay while absent from duty unless
on leave, nor to traveling expenses.....

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Omicers and employees Continued. Page.

Witnesses-traveling expenses-appro-

priation for, depends on capacity in
which testifying-...

629
Omicers Reserve Corps. (See Army.)

P.

219

253

137

656

127

451

Personal services:

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Assistant dental surgeon-contract em-

ployment -increase can not be given
retroactively..

46
Broker-Treasury Department not au-

thorized to employ, to negotiate insur-

ance on mail shipments of securities... 644
Porto Rico:

Governor-aide to-Army officers do-

tailed as, not entitled to commutation
of quarters, heat, and light....

364
Post Office Department:
Air mail service-

Appropriation for, when avallable
for hangars, etc...

-... 14, 133
Retirement fund adjustments-when
authorized...

122
Arms--repairs to those borrowed from

War Department and returned not

payable from postal appropriations.... 306
Damages to persons and property-act

of June 16, 1921, repealed only as to
property damage resulting from negli.
gence of employees....

529
Employees

Automatic promotion-what service
counted....

318, 363
Compensation-overtime-may be

paid to printers, mechanics, and
skilled laborers.....

194
Fines, penalties, or forfeitures--re-

mission by Postmaster applicable
only to those imposed by adminis-
trative action-not to disallow-
ances in accounts....

727
Inventions or suggestions for econ-

omy-rewards limited to those sub-
mitted and adopted after act of
June 19, 1922.

267
Leare of absence

Annual and sick may be granted

for all absence up to date of
death to extent due to end of
fiscal year...

701
Entitled to, to attend parades,

maneuvers, and encampments
of District of Columbia National
Guard...

1
Entitled to, to attend encamp-

ments of State National Guards. 54
Promotion-

Credit for service as Army field
clerk...

318
Military service credit only to

those continuously in service

since June 5 or October 1, 1920. 402
One year's satisfactory service

immediately preceding sufli-
cient for......

112
Substitute railway, surplus by

reorganization, may not be
promoted above grade 2, but
may retain former pay...

886
What service counts....

863

Packing and crating. (See Transportation:

Household goods.)
Panama Canal:

Army and Navy officers detailed to, sub-

sistenco allowance payable under act
June 10, 1922, deductible from salary;
quarters allowance not payable or

deductible when quarters furnished..
Employees

Navy enlisted men may not be paid

additional If aggregating more than

receiving on June 30, 1921.........
Traveling expenses-vouchers must

be verified under oath..
Sales-old material furnished when sold

as "new"-refund authorized....
Passports. (See Consular Service.)
Pawnee Indians. (See Indian Affairs.)
Payments:
Advance

Erection of additions to leased

premises, cost to be deducted from

rent, prohibited as...-
Periodicals-subscriptions for Ono

calendar year only authorized.....
Chocks-allotment checks returned un-

claimed-allotteo has no property right

in when not cashed or negotiated.....
Discounts-printed offer of, on bill head

does not authorize, when purchase

made from general supply schedule....
Set-off. (See Accounting.)
Voluntary-internal revenue prohibi-

tion agent may not be reimbursed for

cost of sigas at exposition of State.....
Pension Office:

Military ponsion and war-risk compensa-

tion not payable to same person..--...
Pensions:

Pawnee Indians-basis for distribution..
Periodicals:

Advance payment for, authorized for one

calendar year only-prohibition against

purchase not applicable to field ser vice.
Personal furnishings:

Aprons for general laboratory use

Geological Survey authorized to pur-

chaso..
Caps and gowns-St. Elizabeths Hos-

pital staff entitled to-general rules

applicable.
Chauffeur's outfit-Civil Service Com-

mission may not purchase.....
Handcuffs--Customs Service author-

ized to purchase......
Photograpps for identification of em-

778

83

582

643

389

451

382

652

258

493

ployees of Customs Service are not....
Rule for purchase of..

429
652

Post Office Department-Continued. Page.
Employees-Continued.

Reinstated Inspectors in grado 1, may

not be given retroactive reinstate-
ment in higher grade.....

515
Substitute postal clerks not entitled
to leave of absence.....

782
Postmasters--compensation based on

receipts-may not count receipts from
discontinued office...

561
Printers, mechanics, skilled laborers--

entitled to pay for overtime....... 434
Railway postal clerks-compensation-

overtime-not authorized until all ac-

crued deficiencies are deducted..... 440
Practice:

Reopening decision by former auditor-

not authorized by reason of subsequent
decision of a court...

8
Reopening of decision by predecessor

authorized only to correct manifest
mistakes or upon discovery of new and
material evidence..

6
Revision of predecessor's action-Director

of Veterans' Bureau may not revise
award by former director on point of
law.......

461
Reconsideration of settled cases--damages

to private property denied under postal
act-when authorized to be considered

under general act of December 28, 1922. 529
Printing and binding:

Comptroller of Currency-record of bank

examination blanks to be printed from
Treasury appropriation for printing
and binding.

142
District of Columbia-Supreme Court of,

is not a Government establishment at

Washington-appropriations available. 336
Federal Farın Loan Board-annual re-

port printed for Congress is chargeable

to Treasury Department appropriation. 631
Forms uncopyrighted are not "printed

in course of manufacture" and must
be obtained from Government Printing
Office...

178
Ordinary office supplies do not become

printing and binding supplies merely
because used in Government Printing
Oflice..

700
Prohibition enforcement. (See Internal

Revenue.)
Property:
Private

Damaged by Army-claims exceeding

maximum in appropriation not to
be settled or certified by accounting
officers.....

19
Damaged by negligence of Govern-

ment employees effect of new act
on postal damage law......

529
Lost in military service held in ware-

house awaiting shipping instruc-
tions is not being “transferred or
transported”-no reimbursement.. 681

Property-Continued.

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Private Continued.
Seizure under customs laws of ve

bicles transporting goods contrary
to law forfeits title of legal owner

irrespective of knowledge of use....
Public

Accountability for-Army officer

liable for actual value of, Dot
amourt of cash received by him in
exchange for.....

443
Sales of public documents not gor.

erned by rules for, but by special
act..

780
Bales to provincial government at

Lanao, P. I., proceeds to current
appropriation..

416
Public buildings:

Addition to-appropriation for, is not
permanent-Haskell Institute Indian
School..

8:20
Alterations, not payable from appropria-
tion for construction.....

508
Amplifiers for, may be installed from

appropriation for mechanical equip
ment..

781
Call bells and batteries-classified as

furniture-not mechanical equipment.. 513
Government Printing Office-extension

appropriation available without year.. 529
Hangars, shops and storehouses on land-

ing fields for air-mail service when
authorized from appropriation for
service.......

... 14, 133
Monument to unknown soldier-author-

ized only if necessary to complete tomb. 387
Post Office Building at Kalispell, Mont.,

partitions may not be installed from

construction appropriation....
Rent of, in District of Columbia-not

authorized in absence of appropriation

for..
Repairs-treatment of walls with sound-

deadening felt is not a repair or preser.
vation of..

301
Temporary-National Leper Home-au-

thorized if suitable.....
Public Buildings Commission:

Jurisdiction--none to rent buildings when

no appropriation for.
Public Documents:

Sales of entire proceeds, except cost of

reprints, to miscellaneous receipts..... 760
Public Health Service:

Assistant dental surgeon-compensation

--retroactivo increase, to offset failure
to receive quarters, subsistence and

laundry in kind, not authorized......
Cooperative health work--reimbursement

of employees erigaged on-when autbor.

ized from unofficial organizations.....
Employees-

Subsistence, per diem-street car fare

not payable in addition.......
Traveling expenses

Repeated travel-what consti-

tutes..

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