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ARMY-Continued.

Pay, extra, payment of judgment for. See supra, judgment.
Pay, extra, to enlisted men who did not have benefit of furlough.
An enlisted man who was sick and incapacitated for duty prior to

and during the whole of the furlough period of his company
did not have the benefit of the furlough provided for by Gen-
eral Orders 130 of 1898, and he is entitled, therefore, to extra

pay. 417.

Pay, extra, to officers and enlisted men of volunteers.
Under the provisions of the act of May 26, 1900, an officer or an

enlisted man of a United States volunteer organization, who
was discharged subsequent to the issuing of the order for the
muster out of his organization and prior to the date of muster
out, is entitled, if he otherwise comes within the provisions of

said act, to the extra pay therein provided for. 685.
Pay, mounted, from date of graduation from Military Academy.
An officer of the Army whose first assignment upon graduation

from the Military Academy was to a fully organized and
equipped battery of the field artillery, the assignment be-
ing made to take effect from date of his graduation, is a
mounted officer, within the meaning of the law and regula-
tions, from the date of his graduation, and he is entitled to

the pay of a mounted officer from such date. 567.
Pay, mounted, while student at the Artillery School.
An officer of the Army belonging to a light artillery battery, duly

organized and equipped, is entitled to the mounted pay of his
organization while a student at the Artillery School, notwith-
standing that while a student he was not required to be

mounted. 521.
Pay, officer, militia organization, brought into service as a body.
Under the provisions of section 6 of the act of April 22, 1898, an

assistant surgeon with the rank of captain in a militia organi-
zation, brought into the service of the United States as a body,

is entitled to the pay of a captain of cavalry. 502.
Pay, officer, apon conviction by civil courts in Philippine Islands.
An officer of the Army who was convicted by the civil courts of

the Philippine Islands, and released under bond pending an
appeal to a higher court, is not entitled to pay pending the

final determination of the appeal. 659.
An officer of the Army who was convicted by the civil courts of

the Philippine Islands, and released under bond pending the
final determination of an appeal to a higher court, is “absent
without leave” within the meaning of section 1265, Revised
Statutes, pending the determination of said appeal, and,
under the provisions of the above section, he is not entitled
to pay during such absence. 755.

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ARMY_Continued.
“Pay proper," computing twenty per contam increase of.
The term “pay proper,

as used in the acts of April 26, 1898,
May 26, 1900, and March 2, 1901, is equivalent to "pay:
hence the 20 per cent increase of “pay proper" allowed under
said acts to enlisted men, accruing during their third year of
continuous service, should be computed on the minimum pay
of their grade with continuous service increase instead of upon

the minimum pay alone as heretofore. 533.
Pay, retired officer, advanced in rank, under act of April 23, 1904.
A retired officer of the Army who was placed on the retired list

by the President, under the provisions of the act of April 23,
1904, with the rank and retired pay of one grade above that
actually held by him at the time of his retirement, became
entitled to the pay of the higher grade from the date he was
appointed and confirmed to take the higher rank; and where
the officer died subsequent to his appointment by the Presi-
dent, but prior to the date that his nomination was confirmed
by the Senate, his heirs are entitled to the increased pay due

him at time of his death. 693.
Pay, retired officer, detailed to duty at educational institution.
A retired officer of the Army with the rank of colonel, who was

detailed, under the act of November 3, 1893, for duty at an
educational institution, was while so detailed “assigned to
active duty,” within the meaning of the act of March 2, 1905,
and therefore, under the provisions of said act, he was only
entitled while so detailed to the full pay and allowances of a

major on the active list. 698.
Pay, retired officer, on leave of absence while on active duty.
A retired officer of the Navy on active duty who is granted a leave

of absence is not by such grant returned to his former condi-
tion as a retired officer, but is in the leave status of an officer
on the active list, and he is entitled while on such leave to
the pay provided for officers of the active list on leave of

absence. 376.
Pay, ten per centum increase of, for service at foreign stations.
An officer of the Army serving on an army transport is not enti-

tled to the 10 per cent increase of pay provided for by the act
of June 30, 1902, such service not being “service at foreign

stations," within the meaning of said act. 688.
Private property, shipment of, at Government expense. See PROPERTY,

PRIVATE, shipment.
Reimbursement for loss of horse. See supra, horse.
Retired enlisted men. See infra, subsistence.
Retired officer, appointment of, as clerk of court. See OFFICERS,

employments.
Retired officers. See supra, appointments, and pay, retired.

ARMY-Continued.

Special disbursing officers. See supra, acting.
Subsistence to retired enlisted men.
A retired enlisted man of the Army is entitled on retirement to

subsistence in kind, or commutation thereof at the rate of
$1.50 per day, for time necessary for him to travel from the
place of retirement to his home, and no deduction for sub-
sistence thus furnished shall be made from his monthly allow-
ance of $9.50 provided for by the act of March 16, 1896; but
he is not entitled to such subsistence, or commutation thereof,
prior to his departure from the place where he received his
retirement orders, and any subsistence furnished him after his
retirement, but prior to his assuming status of a traveler,
should be deducted from said monthly allowance of $9.50,
and said deduction should be computed at the actual value of

the duty ration at the place where furnished. 362.
Under paragraph 146, Army Regulations of 1901, and the act of

February 14, 1885, which provided for the placing of enlisted
men and noncommissioned officers of the Army on the retired
list, an enlisted man is entitled to subsistence, or commuta-
tion thereof, while traveling from the place of his retirement

to his home. 76.
Transport service. See supra, pay, ten per centum, and extra.
Transportation of baggage of officers changing station.

baggage.
Transportation requests. See RAILROADS, berths.
Travel allowances. See supra, discharge.
Traveling expenses. See TRAVELING EXPENSES, employee.

See supra,

ARREST.

Claim, constable, for boarding escaped prisoner. See MARSHAL, constable.
Insane person in Indian Territory. See MARSHAL, arrest.

ASSIGNMENT.

French spoliation claims. See CLAIMS, French.
Pay, of, by employees. See Isthmian CANAL COMMISSION, allotment.
Salary, of, by employees of the Government.
The provision in section 3477, Revised Statutes, relative to the

transfer and assignment of claims against the United States,
is applicable to orders given by employees of the United
States to disbursing officers for the payment of their salaries,
or a part thereof, to a third person, and disbursing officers
are not authorized to honor such orders unless they are exe-
cuted in the form and manner prescribed by said section.

790.
ATTORNEYS. See DISTRICT ATTORNEYS.

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AUDITOR.

Accounts, reopening. See AcCOUNTING OFFICERS, accounts, and CLERKS

OF COURTS, fees.
Administrator, payment to, where previously made to next of kin. See

ADMINISTRATOR, payment.
Claim, examination of, after discontinuance in Court of Claims.
An auditor is authorized to receive and examine a claim which

has been discontinued in the Court of Claims and presented

to him for settlement. 524.
Clerical error. See ACCOUNTING OFFICERS, accounts, reopening.
BAGGAGE.

Household furniture, transportation of, of naval attaché. See Vavy,

baggage.
Land grant deduction from freight on excess baggage of officer changing

station. See ARMY, baggage.
Naval attaché. See Navy, baggage.
Regulation governing transportation of. See Marine CORPS, baggage.
Transportation of, of officer of the Marine Corps on change of station. See

MARINE CORPs, baggage.
BANKS. See Taxes, banks.
BILL OF LADING.

Refundment of stamp taxes on. See APPROPRIATIONS, permanent; and

INTERNAL REVENUE, refundment.
BOAT. See REWARD, payment; and PROPERTY, PRIVATE, boat.
BONDS.

Fees, commissioners', for taking. See COMMISSIONERS, fees.
BOOKS.

Medical journals, payment for, in advance. See PAYMENT, advance.
Periodicals, payment for. See APPROPRIATIONS, annual.
“Time books," for Government Hospital for the Insane. See PiBLIC

PRINTING, "time."
BUREAU OF STANDARDS.

Purchase of library cards and buff paper slips. See PUBLIC PRINTING,

library.
BUREAU OF STATISTICS.

Compensation, computing annual, for fractional part of a month. See

COMPENSATION, annual.
BURIAL EXPENSES.
Deceased employees of the United States.
While ordinarily the Government is not liable for the burial es-

penses of its deceased employees, payment of the reasonable
expenses of a decent burial may be authorized when it is nec.
essary for sanitary reasons to remove the remains of a deceased
employee from the grounds on which other employees are
located. 789.

BURIAL EXPENSES—Continued.

Deceased pensioner. See PENSIONS.
Mileage for travel to attend funeral of deceased officer. See Navy, mile-

age.
Transportation home of remains of deceased enlisted men. See Navy,

transportation.
Transportation, remains of deceased employees. See IstamIAN CANAL

COMMISSION, transportation.
Transportation, remains of deceasőd officer of Navy, over land grant rail-

road. See RAILROADS, transportation.
CENSUS OFFICE,
Expert mechanics, employment of.
The appropriation made in the act of February 3, 1905, for exper-

imental work in developing tabulating machinery in the
Census Office, is applicable to the employment of expert me-
chanics for conducting said work if it can not be accomplished

by the regular office force. 806.
Per diem in lieu of subsistence during sickness.
A clerk in the Census office who was detailed to field work in ac-

cordance with the provisions of section 10 of the act of March
6, 1902, and who was authorized to receive a per diem in lieu
of subsistence “during necessary absence from place of resi-
dence" is not entitled to receive such allowance where he fails
on account of sickness to perform service for a substantial

period of time. 142.
A special agent of the Census Office who is authorized to receive

a per diem in lieu of subsistence “during necessary absence
from place of residence” is not entitled to such allowance
where he fails to perform service by reason of sickness, or for
his own convenience, for a substantial period of time, and, for
the purposes of computation, each day will be regarded as a

substantial period. 246.
Special agent, reimbursement of, for use of his own horse and buggy. See

TRAVELING EXPENSES, special.
Traveling expenses, delegate to International Statistical Institute.
The appropriations for the Census Office are not available for the

payment of the traveling expenses of the Director of the Cen-
sus while a delegate to the International Statistical Institute

at London, England. 796.
Traveling expenses, while suspended. See TRAVELING EXPENSES, em-

ployee.

CHINESE PERSONS.
Bail, admitting to, after order for deportation.
A United States commissioner is without jurisdiction to take bail

from a Chinese person after the order for the deportation of
such person has been issued, and where he has taken such
bail he is not entitled to fees therefor. 641.

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