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PAY OF ARMY-Continued.
LONGEVITY-Continued.
Enlisted service credited to officers,

1643.
Former National Guardsmen, 1644,

1697.
Former reserve officers, 1697.
Lieutenant colonel, 1639.
Major, 1639.
Maximum, 1638, 1639.
Professors of Military Academy, 2656,

2658.
Rate, 1637, 1638, 1694.
Retired officers, 1645, 1646.
Service as cadet not credited, 1640.
Service in Navy credited, 1641.
Service outside Army credited, 1642.
Volunteer commissioned service cred.

ited, 1643.
Warrant officers, 1669, 1674.
MAJOR GENERALS--

Base pay, 1627.

Retired pay, 2298.
MAJORS-

Base pay, 1627.
Increase, 1628.

Maximum, 1639:
Marksmen, etc., 1686.
Medal of honor pension. See Pensions.
Militia. See Pay of militia,
Mounted officers, 1762.
National Guard. See Pay of National

Guard,
Ordnance storekeeper, Springfield

ar-
mory, 1627.
Pay rolls to be preserved by Adjutant

General's Department, 521-523.
Performing duty of another, 71.
PHILIPPINE CONSTABULARY-

Assistant chiefs, 2358.

Chiefs, 2358.
PHILUPPINE SCOUTS-

Enlisted men, 1676.

Provisional officers, 1633.
Principal assistant in Ordnance Bureau,

1636.
Readjustment, 1626.
RECRUITING STATION DETACHMENTS

Corpora), 2189.
First sergeant, 2190.
Retired enlisted men, 2430.

Sergeant, 2189.
REDUCTION-

Commissioned officers protected, 1629.
Field clerks protected, 1712.

Enlisted men protected, 1629, 1671.
Reenlistment bonus, 1693.
Reserve Oflicers' Training Corps, 2629.
RESERVISTS OX ACTIVE DUTY-
Detailed to committees of War Depart-

ment General Staff, 512.
Enlisted Reserve Corps, 2476.
Nurses, 1715.
Officers' Reserve Corps, 512, 2467.

PAY OF ARMY-Continued.
RETIRED ENLISTED MEN

Active pay, 2208, 1651.
Allowances, 1705.
Commutation of clothing, 1705, 1818.
Commutation of heat and light, 1705,

1751.
Commutation of quarters, 1705, 1754.
Commutation of rations, 1705, 1816,

1818.
Dual salaries exceeding $2,000, 73.
Instructors at educational institutions,

2366.
Recruiting duty, 2430.
Reduction prohibited, 1671.
Retired pay, 1704, 1705.
Temporarily commissioned during World

War, 1706.
RETIRED NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS-
Instructors in military science, 2366,

2426.
RETIRED OFFICERS-

Above grade of major, 1652.
Active pay, 1651, 1652, 2431.
Adjutant General of District of Co-

lumbia militia, 2433.
Artillery officers, 2436.
Brigadier generals, 2419.
Chief of branch when retired, 2425.
Chief of corps when retired, 2425.
Class B officers, 2406.
Detailed to educational institutions,

1653.
Detailed to Soldiers' Home, 2429.
Dual salaries exceeding $2,000, 73.
Dual salaries exceeding $2,500, 72,

2443.
Holding temporary appointment when

retired, 2422.
Isthmian Canal Commissioners, 2418.
Longevity pay, 1645, 1646.
Major generals, 2298.
National Guard details, 2431, 2434.
Officers' Reserve Corps ineligible, 2467,

2470.
Over 45 years of age when entering

Army, 1649.
Philippine Scouts, 1650.
Post commander, 2435.
Professors at educational institutions,

2366, 2426–2428.
Recruiting officers, 2430, 2431.
Retired pay, 1648.
Road commissioners of Alaska, 2444.
Special act benefiting certain distin-

guished officers, 2419.
Supplemented by educational institu.

tion, 2427.
Wholly retired, 1647, 1654.
RETIRED WARRANT OFFICERS-
Professors at educational institutions,

2366.
Retired pay, 1669.

PAY OF ARMY-Continued.
ROAD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS-

Equal to civilian standard, 2187.

State funds chargeable, 2187.
SECOND LIEUTENANTS-

Base pay, 1627.
Increase, 1628.
Unassigned graduated cadets, 1631,

2270.
Sharpshooters, etc., 1686.
Stenographic reporters, 2195.
Storekeepers, 1627.
Superintendents of armories, 619.
Supplemented outside Government, 74.
Telegraphers, 1685.
TEMPORARY FORCES FOR

THE WORLD
WAR
Air Service, 1660.
Rates as for Regular Army, 1710.

Sigbal Corps, 1660.
Travel allowance. See Mileage; Trans-

portation; Travel.
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY-
Academic staff, 2656, 2658, 2660–2663,

2668.
Adjutant of Academy, 2619, 2658.
Bandsmen at Military Academy, 2704.
Chaplain, 2677.
Commandant of cadets, 2646, 2658.
Detailed officers, 2658.
Engineer detachment at Military Acad-

emy, 2707.
Master of the sword, 2673.
Overseer of waterworks, 2710.
Quartermaster and commissary of

cadets and treasurer, 2658.
Specialists, 2709.
Superintendent of Military Academy,

2646.
Volunteer forces, 1707.
WARRANT OFFICERS-

Base pay, 1669, 1674.
Increase, 1669.
Longevity pay, 1669, 1674.

Retired pay, 1669.
PAY OF CIVILIANS :

See also specific titles of oflicials.
Accountants, 542.
Additional pay out of lump-sum appro-

priations prohibited, 77.
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE

Additional employees, 519.
ALASKAN ENGINEERING COMMISSION

Bonus, 66.
Allotment to dependents, 1348, 1720.
APPROPRIATIONS-

Air Service, 682.
Armament of fortifications, 632.
Arming and equipping National Guard,

632.
Board of Ordnance and Fortification,

638.
Contingencies of the Army, 28.
Contingent expense funds, 33, 271.

PAY OF CIVILIANS-Continued.
APPROPRIATIONS--Continued.
Disposition of remains of

officers,
soldiers and civilian employees,

714.
Fortifications, 605, 661.
Must be specific, 33, 34, 271.
Ordnance Service, 631.
Pay and so forth of the Army, 512.
Incidental expenses, Quartermaster

Corps, 715, 897, 1224.
Proving grounds, 1114.
River and harbor works, 605, 1514,

1518.
Roads, walks, wharves, and drainage,

1086.
Transportation facilities on inland and

coastwise waterways, 1288.
ARMORY AND ARSENAL EMPLOYEES

Clerks, 619, 620.
During leave of absence, 622, 623, 624.
Inspectors, 619.
Master armorers, 619, 621.

Springfield Armory, 620, 621.
Auditors, 497.
BOARD OF ENGINEERS FOR RIVER AND

HARBORS-
Employees, 1514.
BOARD OF ORDNANCE AND FORTIFICATION-

Assistants, 1114.

Salary and traveling expenses, 638.
Bonus during World War emergency. 66.
Bonus for suggestions for improvements,

75, 627.
BUREAU OF WAR RISK INSURANCE

Bonus, 66.
Captured by the enemy, 1604.
Chief Clerk, General Staff Corps, for

superintending General Staff Col-

lege building, 21493.
Civil engineers on river and harbor

work, 1518.
Computation, 65.
Contract dental surgeons.

See Pay of
Army.
Contract surgeons. See Pay of Army.
Cooks for care of sick of Army, 1718.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Civil engineers, draughtsmen, etc., in

Office of Chief of Engineers, 605.
Civil engineers on river and harbor

works, 1518.
Field forces, 605.
Crews of ships. See Seamen.
Deductions to satisfy debts to United

States, 1610.
Disbursement by commissioned officers,

Ordnance Office, 612.
Disbursing clerks, 108.
Disbursing money, 69.
DUAL SALARIES-

Consuls, 2374.
Diplomats, 2374.

PAY OF CIVILIANS—Continued.
Dual SALARIES--Continued.
Master armorer of Springfield Armory,

621.
Not to exceed $2.000, 73.

Officer drawing $2,500, 72.
ESTIMATES FOR APPROPRIATIONS-

Founded upon law, 217.

Lists of employees, 216, 1994.
Extra service without extra pay, 68.
Family allowance. See Family allow-

ance.
Federal Power Commission, Executive

secretary, 1583.
Finance Department, 4973, 715,
FORFEITURE-

Absence unauthorized, 65, 1362.
Destroying tools or material, 628.

Refusal to work, 628, 1341.
General Staff College, 21492.
Hospital matrons, 1719.
Hours extended without extra pay, 78,

82.
INCAPACITATED PERSONS-
Compensation for disability precludes,

137.
Not entitled to, 76.
Instructors of children, 1194.
Instructors of enlisted men, 2219.
Judge Advocate General's Department,

5521.
Leave with pay. See Civilian employees.
Lighthouse service, 70.
Loss OF WAGES REIMBURSED
Alaskan Engineering Commission

funds available, 160.
Claimants for compensation absent for

medical examination, 121, 160.
Parama Canal funds available, 160.
Panama Railroad Company chargeable,

160.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT-

Additional employees, 5943.
Civilian physicians, 2003.
Cooks, etc., 1718.
Nurses, etc., 1719.

Office of Surgeon General, 594).
Monthly pay defined, 161,
National Advisory Committee for Aero.

nautics, 687.
NATIONAL HIOME FOR DISABLED VOLUN-

TEER SOLDIERS
Employees, 1980.
Officers of Board of Managers, 1977.

Officers of Home, 1980.
Nurses, 1718.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF

Additional employees, 28.
Office sanctioned by law, 61.
Official Register to show, 182.
ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT

Mechanical labor, 631.
Office of Chief of Ordnance, 632.
Salvage Board force, 632.

PAY OF CIVILIANS–Continued.
PANAMA CANAL

Bonus, 66:
Performing duty of another, 71, 174.
PHYSICIANS, ETC.
Applicants for enlistment examined,

2003.
Professional service rendered, 2003.
Promotion. See Civilian employees.
Proving and testing cannon, 1114.
QUARTERMASTER CORPS-

Additional employees, 714.
Employees at military posts, 1086,

1154, 1155.
Escorts hired, 715.
General restriction, 714.
Guides hired, 715.
Interpreters hired, 715.
Laborers hired, 715.
Rifle practice of civilians maintained,

2636.
Storehouse employees, 1170.
RATES-

Four classes of clerks, 62, 63.
General lists, 63.
Lump-sum appropriations, 77.
Maximum, 63.
Overtime, 787.
Restricted by appropriation acts, 33,

36.
Temporary clerks, 67.

Women, 31.
Recess appointees, 16.
RETIRED
Allowance for clerks or secretarles

prohibited, 32.
Retired pay. See Civilian employees.
Roads, walks and wharves constructed

and repaired, 1086.
Sanction by law requisite, 61.
Sick of Army cared for, 1718, 1719,

2003.
Signal Office, 661.
Subsistence allowance. See Subsistence

allorance.
Superintendents of national cemeteries,

717.
SUPPLEMENTED OUTSIDE GOVERNMENT-

Private source, 74.

State, county, or city, 74,
Telegraph operators, 179.
TEMPORARY DETAIL-

Chief of bureau, 173.

Head of executive department, 173.
Time study, 57.
TRANSLATORS-

Interpreters, 715.

Service schools, 64.
TRANSPORTATION DIRECTED

See also Travel,
Fixed by President, 1219.

Officials of United States, 1219.
Transportation Service, 1288.

or

PAY OF CIVILIANS--Continued.
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMI-

Custodian of gymnasium, 2675.
Fencing and military gymnastics in-

structors, 2674.
French instructors, 2669.
Librarian and assistant, 2678.
Spanish instructors, 2670.

Teacher of music, 2676.
PAY OF MILITIA:
IN FEDERAL SERVICE

See also Family allowance.
Beginning of pay, 1708.
Philippine militia, 2550.

Rates, 1707, 2549).
PAY OF NATIONAL GUARD:
Attached to Army organizations, 2570,

2576.
Captains, 2593.
Details caring for animals, 2622.
Detailed on committees of War Depart-

ment General Staff, 512.
DISBURSEMENT-

By Quartermaster Corps, 2591.
When participating in

maneuvers,
2598.
DRILLS AND EXERCISES ATTENDED

Enlisted men, 2595.

Officers, 2593.
Field officers, 2593.
Forfeiture if public property lost

destroyed, 2596, 2615, 2616.
IN FEDERAL SERVICE-

See also Family allowance; Pay of

Army.
Computation for less tban month,

1707.
Enlisted after call, 1709.
Officers, 1707, 2593.

Same as for Regular Army, 1707.
Instruction camps attended, 2572.
Lieutenants, 2593.
Maneuvers of Regular Army partici-

pated in, 2574.
Property and disbursing officers, 2581.
Restrictions, 2597.
Service schools attended, 2570.

Target practice attended, 2574.
PAY OF NATIONAL GUARD RESERVE:

During training periods, 2599.
PAY ROLLS:

Examination, 264.

Preparation, 264.
PAYMASTERS. See Disbursing officers;

Finance Department; Quartermaster

Corps.
PAYMENTS. See Accounts; Appropria-

tions; Claims; Contracts; Pay of

Army; Pay of civilians; Public money.
PEACE:

Ending of wars. See Treaties; War.
Keeping the peace. See Disorder; Mili-

tary force.
Treaties. See Treatics,

PEACH ORCHARD. See Aberdeen Proving

Ground.
PENALTY ENVELOPES :

Endorsement, 3001.
Procurement. See Stationery.
USE-

Administration of selective draft, 2237.
All officers, 3001, 3010.
Reply to official inquiry, 3009,

Unlawful use, 3011.
PENITENTIARIES. See Confinement;

Prisoners; United States Disciplinary

Barracks.
PENSIONS:
Age of 62 years a permanent disability,

1845.
Amount according to rank when injured,

1844,
BALANCE DUE AT TIME OF DEATH-

Heirs to receive, 1847, 1848, 1983.
National Home for Disabled Volunteer

Soldiers to receive, 1983.
Soldiers' Home to receive, 1847.
Certificate of merit pension, 1700.
Chaplains, 2382.
CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES-

Probibited, 80.
Retired employees. See Civilian em-

ployees.
Concurrent with compensation to injured

employees, 137.
CREDITORS MAY NOT CLAIM-

Attachment forbidden, 1856.

Transfer prohibited, 1857.
FOR DEATH DUE TO INJURY IN MILITARY

SERVICE
See also Compensation for death.
Cessation upon proof that soldier is

living, 1852.
Children entitled to, 1842, 1851, 1855,

1861.
Dependent relatives entitled to, 1854.
Widows entitled to, 1842, 1851, 1853,

1855, 1861.
FOR DEATH IN MILITARY SERVICE

See also Compensation for death.
Injury after Oct. 6, 1917, not ground

for pension, 1839.
Proof of death, 1852.
FOR DISABILITY INCURRED IN MILITARY

SERVICES
See also Compensation for disabil-

ity.
Beneficiaries specified, 1841-1843.
Established, 1839.
In line of duty, 1840.
Military service concluded prior to ob.

taining, 1843.
Officers' Reserve Corps, 2470.
Prior to Oct. 6, 1917, 1839.

Public Health Service, 1861.
Forfeited for desertion, 2212.
Lump-sum gratuity to heirs of soldiers.
See Deceased person8.

PENSIONS-Continued.
MEDAL OF HONOR PENSION
After 65 years of age, 1701-1703, 2758,

2759.
Appropriations available, 1701.
Bars entitle to further, 1700.
Certificate of right, 2759.
Creditors may not claim, 1701.
Enlisted men entitled to, 1700.
Limitation on amount, 1703.

Rank not considered, 1702.
National Guardsmen, 1842.
PAYMENT-

Allotment to dependents, 1847.
Apportionment between children, 1854.
Apportionment between pensioner and

wife or children, 1850.
Assigned to National Home for Dis.

abled Volunteer Soldiers, 1848.
Direct to pensioners in State institu-

tions, 1849.
Fees prohibited, 1846.
Insane pensioners in Saint Elizabeths

Hospital, 2048.
Not concurrent with compensation for

disability or death, 1879, 1888.
Surrendered while in Soldiers' Home,

1847, 1946.
Presumption against disability at time of

enlistment, 1840.
Temporary forces for World War, 1660,

1710.
Volunteer forces, 1707.
PEONAGE:

Abolished, 2794.
PER DIEM ALLOWANCE. See Subsistence.
PERIODICALS:

See also Newspapers.
PROCUREMENT-

Annual amount limited, 974.
Engineer School, 2149.
General Staff College, 21491.
Specific provision by law requisite,

973.
Subscriptions paid in advance, 976–

9801.
PUBLICATION BY ANY GOVERNMENT SERV.

ICE
Authorization by Congress, 993.

Continuance to June 30, 1921, 993.
PERJURY:

See also False suearing.
Civil rights of military persons in ques-

tion, 2072.
Compensation for death claimed, 1906.
Compensation for injury claimed, 127,

1906.
False affidavit regarding muster of crew,

1319.
Jurisdiction of court-martial, A. W. 93.
Search and seizure, 423.
Subormation, 423.
War risk insurance claimed, 1906.

PERSONAL INJURIES. See Claims;

Compensation; Pensions; Vocational
rehabilitation; also names of offenses;
also titleg of persons or property in.

jured.
PERSONAL PROPERTY. See Claims;

Property.
PERSONNEL BUREAU :

Chief. See Chief of Personnel Bureau.

Duties, 525.
PERSONS:

Defined, 1261, 1267, 2068, 2964.
Municipalities and other associations,

1566.
Partnerships and corporations implied,

1575, 2866, 2877, 2964, 2990.
PETITION. See Actions; Congress of the

United States; Writs.
PETROLEUM. See Fuel; Land; Pipe

lines.
PETTY OFFICERS. See Seamen; War.

rant officers.
PHILIPPINE CONSTABULARY:

Assistant chiefs, 2349, 2358.
Chief, 2349, 2358.
Command over Philippine Scouts when

assisting, 2818.
DETAILS FROM ARMY TO-

Chief and assistant chiefs, 2358.
Paid out of Philippine treasury, 2358.

Specific authorization requisite, 2349.
PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT :

Courts, 2838, 2884.
Stores sold to, 234, 858.
Travel by officials on Army transports,

1241.
Treasury a depositary of United States

funds, 295.
Work done for, 234.
PIIILIPPINE INSURRECTION. See A8-

sociations; Badges ; Pensions.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS :

Boundaries defined, 2994.
Insane persons.

See Insane persons.
Laws in effect, 2994.
Military posts. See Buildings; Land,
Military service in, 2357.

Shipping seamen for, 1325.
PHILIPPINE SCOUTS :
Command when assisting Philippipe Con-

stabulary, 2818.
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS-

Captains, 2392.
Citizens of Philippine Islands, 2390,

2391.
Concurrent commissions in forces

drafted for World War, 2393.
Detailed, 2151.
Enlistment in Regular Army by former,

1696.
Graduates of United States Military

Academy, 2681.
Promotion, 2391, 2392.

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