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COMPENSATION–Continued.
Additional, where not fixed by law or regulation.
Under the provisions of section 1765, Revised Statutes, payment

to the disbursing clerk of the Interior Department of addi-
tional compensation for his services as special disbursing clerk
for the Government Hospital for the Insane is not authorized,
such additional compensation not being fixed by law or regu-
lation, and the services being in the nature of extra services
added to his regular duties as disbursing clerk of the Inter-

ior Department. 386.
Additional, where fixed by law or regulation. See OFFICERS, employ-

ment.
Additional. See infra, pay; ARMY, appointments; and OFFICERS, employ-

ments.
Annual, computing, for fractional part of month.
Where an employee is absent from duty without pay during an

entire month, one-twelfth of his annual salary should be de-
ducted for such absence, and where he is absent for a frac-
tional part of a month, one-thirtieth of a monthly installment
of his salary should be deducted for each day he is absent.

795.
Where an employee's salary was increased during a 31-day month,

and such increase did not require a new appointment, he was
only entitled to thirty days' pay for his services during said

month. 454.
Where an employee is either promoted or reduced to another

position, requiring a new appointment, he is entitled for his
services during the month to one-thirtieth of the monthly
installment of the annual salary of each position held by him

for each day he actually held such position. 482.
Where a clerk at $1,000 per annum was promoted to a clerkship

in class 1, to take effect July 16, and there was a vacancy
from July 10 to July 16 in the position to which he was pro-
moted, he is entitled to sixteen days' pay for his services

during the remainder of said month. 85.
Where a clerk resigned to take effect July 26 and was paid for

twenty-six days, and there was a vacancy in the position on
July 27, his successor, who was appointed to take effect July
28, is entitled to four days' pay for his service during the

remainder of the month. 85.
Under the provision in section 4 of the act of April 28, 1904, for

computing payments of annual or monthly compensation,
where an employee serves the first day of a thirty-one day
month and is absent on leave without pay during the remain-
ing thirty days, and no other person is employed in his place
during such absence, he is entitled to one day's pay. 109.

COMPENSATION-Continued.
Annual, computing, for fractional part of month-Continued. ,
Where an officer or employee who receives annual or monthly

compensation is absent with leave without pay, one day's
pay should be deducted from his compensation for the month

for each day he is so absent. 130.
Where an employee performs service from the 1st to the 16th of

a 31-day month, is absent on leave from the 16th to the 29th,
inclusive, and renders service on the 30th and 31st, she will
be entitled for her services on the 30th and 31st to two days'

pay. 122.
Under the provision in section 4 of the act of April 28, 1904, for

computing payments of annual or monthly compensation, an
employee who qualified and entered upon his duties on the
second day of a thirty-day month and served until the 28th
of said month, on which day his successor qualified and en-
tered upon duty and served during the remaining three days
of the month, is entitled to pay for twenty-six days and his
successor for three days, provided the salary of the position
was not paid to any other person for the first day of said

month. 48.
Under the provision in section 4 of the act of April 28, 1904, for

computing payments of annual or monthly compensation, an
employee who qualified and entered upon his duties on the
second day of a thirty-one-day month, and continued to serve
until the end of the month, is entitled to pay for thirty days,
provided the salary of the position was not paid to any other

person for the first day of said month. 48.
Under the provision in the act of April 28, 1904, for computing

payments of annual or monthly compensation, a clerk at
$1,600 per annum in the office of the Auditor for the Treasury
Department who was transferred to a newly created position
at $3,000 per annum in the office of the surveyor of customs
at St. Louis, Mo., on July 19, 1904, and who qualified and
entered upon his duties on said day, and served during the
remainder of the month, and who was paid his salary as clerk
in the Auditor's office up to and including the 18th of the
month, is entitled to pay for thirteen days for his services

during the remainder of the month in his new position. +8.
Under section 4 of the act of April 28, 1904, an employee in the

Bureau of Statistics who only worked two half days during a
thirty-one day month, and who was absent without pay the
remainder of the month, is not entitled to any compensation
for his services during said month, as one day's pay must be

deducted for each day he was so absent. 379.
Where employees of the War Department were transferred, for

administrative reasons, from one bureau to another, on the
eighteenth day of a 28-day month, and their salary remained
the same and was paid from the same appropriation, and their

COMPENSATION–Continued.
Annual, computing, for fractional part of month-Continued.

service was continuous and did not require a new appoint-
ment, they are entitled for their services during the remainder
of the month in the bureau to which transferred to thirteen-

thirtieths of their monthly salary. 482.
Where there was a break in the service of an employee of the

Interior Department by reason of his failure to perform serv-
ice from July 27 to August 15, inclusive, he will be entitled
to one-thirtieth of the installment of pay for July and August,
respectively, for each day's actual service during said months.

109.
Where a retired officer of the Revenue-Cutter Service died on the

thirtieth day of a thirty-one day month, and no one was ap-
pointed to fill the vacancy caused by his death, his estate is
entitled to receive as the officer's pay during said month the

one-twelfth part of his annual compensation. 184.
Under the provisions in section 4 of the act of April 28, 1904, for

computing payments of annual or monthly compensation, a
member of the crew of a revenue-cutter vessel who was absent
from duty one day without pay during the month of July is

only entitled to pay for twenty-nine days for said month. 50.
The Assistant Surgeon-General of the Public Health and Marine-

Hospital Service, whose salary was increased, by operation of
law, on the tenth day of a 28-day month, from $3,770 to
$4,060 per annum, is entitled for his services during said
month to nine-thirtieths of the one-twelfth part of $3,770 and

twenty-one thirtieths of the one-twelfth part of $4,060.503.
Under the provision in section 4 of the act of April 28, 1904, for

computing payments of annual or monthly compensation,
where a surfman in the Life-Saving Service performed service
twenty-eight days in a thirty-one day month, and a substi-
tute took his place during the remaining three days of the
month, the regular surfman is entitled to twenty-seven thir-
tieths of the monthly compensation and the substitute to

three-thirtieths thereof. 81.
A surfman in the Life-Saving Service, who was absent without

pay eight days in a 28-day month, is entitled to twenty-two
thirtieths of a monthly installment of his salary, and his sub-
stitute is entitled to the remaining eight-thirtieths thereof,
one-thirtieth of the monthly pay being deducted from the
surfman's compensation for each day he was absent without

pay. 457.

A substitute surfman in the Life-Saving Service who served twenty-

two days during a 28-day month, is entitled for such services

to twenty-two-thirtieths of his monthly compensation. 512.
Where a surfman in the Life-Saving Service was absent without

pay for twenty-two days in a 28-day month, one-thirtieth of
the monthly installment of his pay should be deducted for
each day he was absent. 512.

COMPENSATION—Continued.
Annual, computing, for fractional part of month-Continued.
Where a surfman in the Life-Saving Service was absent on account

of sickness from the 1st to the 13th, inclusive, of a 28-day
month, and was then discharged for disability, his substitute
is entitled for his services during said thirteen days to thirteen-
thirtieths of a monthly installment of the surfman's pay; and
for his services as a temporary surfman during the remaining
fifteen days of said month he is entitled to fifteen-thirtieths
of the monthly installment of the pay of a temporary surfman.

556.
Where a clerk in the Post-Office Department was promoted on the

sixth day of a 28-day month from a position at $1,200 per
annum to one at $1,400 per annum, and the position to which
he was promoted had been vacant the first five days of the
month, he is entitled for his services during said month to
one-thirtieth of the monthly pay of each grade for the actual

number of days served in said grade. 478.
A clerk in the Post-Office Department who was promoted, on the

sixteenth day of a 28-day month, from a position at $900 per
annum to one at $1,000 per annum, to succeed a person who
had served up to and including the 15th of said month, is
entitled for his services during said month to pay for fifteen
days at the rate of $900 per annum and for thirteen days at

$1,000 per annum. 478.
Where a person was appointed to a clerkship in the Post-Office

Department at $900 per annum on the fourth day of a 28-day
month, and the position had been vacant the first three days
of said month, he is entitled for the remainder of the month
to one-thirtieth of the one-twelfth part of $900 for each day's

actual service. 477.
A post-office employee who was promoted from the position of

clerk at $800 per annum to that of clerk at $900 per annum on
the sixteenth day of a 28-day month is entitled for his services
during said month to fifteen-thirtieths of a month's pay at

$800 and thirteen-thirtieths at $900 per annum. 507.
Where a clerk in the Post-Office Department was absent on leave,

without pay, two days in a 28-day month, one-thirtieth of his
monthly salary should be deducted for each day he was

absent. 477.
Where a clerk in a post-office died on the fifteenth day of a 28-day

month, and was paid up to and including the fifteenth, his
successor is entitled for his services during the remaining
thirteen days of said month to thirteen-thirtieths of the

monthly salary. 507.
Where a clerk in a post-office was promoted from a position at

$800 per annum to one at $900 per annum on the sixteenth
day of a 28-day month, he is entitled for his services during

COMPENSATION-Continued.
Annual, compating, for fractional part of month-Continued.

said month to fifteen-thirtieths of a month's pay at $800 and

thirteen-thirtieths at $900 per annum. 519.
The employment of a substitute letter carrier on July 1, 16, and

31, respectively, to take the place of three different carriers
for fifteen days on each occasion, constituted three distinct
employments, and the substitute is entitled to one-thirtieth
of a monthly installment of pay for each day's service there-

under, including his service on July 31. 108.
When a letter carrier or a clerk at a first or second class post-

office is absent with leave, the substitute carrier or clerk is
entitled, in computing his pay for a fractional part of a month,

to one day's pay for each day's service. 291.
A letter carrier of class 3, at $600 per annum, who was promoted

on the thirteenth day of a 28-day month to class 2, at $800
per annum, is entitled for his services during said month to
twelve-thirtieths of the monthly installment at $600 per
annum and to eighteen-thirtieths of the monthly installment
at $800 per annum, as he was not appointed to a new position
requiring a new appointment, but continued to hold the same

position although at an increased salary. 487.
Where a letter carrier was absent on leave without pay four days

in a thirty-one day month, one-thirtieth of his monthly pay
should be deducted for each day he was so absent, and the
substitute carrier will be entitled for each day's service to
one-thirtieth of the monthly pay of the regular carrier.

729.
Where a rural letter carrier qualified and entered upon duty on a

newly established route on the 15th day of a thirty-one day
month, he is entitled to one-thirtieth of the monthly salary
for each day he serves during the remainder of said month.

96.
Where a rural letter carrier, with compensation at $720 per an-

num, was suspended without pay for thirty days from Janu-
ary 24, 1905, one thirtieth of the monthly installment of his
salary should be deducted for each day he was so absent dur-
ing the months of January and February; and the temporary
carrier who was appointed to serve during his absence, with
compensation at $648 per annum, should be paid one-thirtieth
of one-twelfth of $648 for each day he actually performed

service. 505.
A rural letter carrier who served from the lst to the 14th, inclu-

sive, of a thirty-one day month, and was succeeded on the
15th of the month by a newly appointed carrier who served
during the remainder of the month, is entitled to fourteen-
thirtieths of the monthly pay of a carrier on said route, and
his successor is entitled to sixteen-thirtieths thereof. 726.

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