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Actual expenses instead of, for repeated travel between two or more places.
See Navy, actual.
Appropriation applicable to, in the Army. See ARMY, mileage.
Deputy marshal. See MARSHAL, mileage.
Officer of the Army on change of station, while absent on leave. See
Officer of the Navy, for attending funeral of deceased officer.
Repeated travel. See Navy, actual, and mileage.
Pay, mounted, from date of graduation from. See Army, pay, mounted.
Pay, officer of organization brought into service of United States in a
body. See ARMY, pay, officer.
Pay, officer, participating in encampmonts of Regular Army.
Under the provisions of section 15 of the act of January 21, 1903,
an officer of the Iowa militia with the rank of captain and
assistant surgeon which he had received under the laws of
Iowa by reason of having previously served five years as first
lieutenant and assistant surgeon in the Iowa National Guard,
is entitled while participating in the encampments and ma-
neuvers of the Regular Army to the pay of an assistant sur-
geon with the rank of captain. 345.
Traveling allowance, while participating in Regular Army encampment.
Under section 15 of the act of January 21, 1903, the only traveling
allowance to which an officer of the militia participating in
the encampments of the Regular Army is entitled is trans-
portation to and from the place of encampment, and where an
officer has been furnished with such transportation and has
accepted same he is not entitled to reimbursement for other
travel performed by order of his superior regimental officer.
Pay, officer, detailed as head of department of modern languages.
See Navy, pay, officer.
Actual expenses, payment of, instead of mileage.
Under the act of July 1, 1902, where travel is to be performed by an
officer of the Navy “repeatedly between two or more places"
the Secretary of the Navy has authority to determine and
direct between what particular places "actual and necessary
expenses only shall be allowed," and a statement in orders
for repeated travel that “mileage will not be allowed for
travel performed under these orders” amounts to such a
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Actual expenses, payment of, instead of mileage-Continued.
The exercise by the Secretary of the Navy of the discretion
conferred upon him by the act of July 2, 1902, to direct pay-
ment of actual and necessary expenses instead of mileage is
limited to travel performed repeatedly between two or more
Actual expenses. See infra, mileage.
Advance of funds to civilian employees to pay traveling expenses. See
TRAVELING Expenses, advance.
Aid. See infra, pay, aid.
Apprentice, refundment by, of bounty on discharge. See infra, bounty.
Appropriation, annual, as distinguished from permanent. See APPROPRI-
Appropriation, annual, use of during prior fiscal year. See APPROPRIA-
Approval. See infra, requisitions.
Baggage, transportation of, of naval attaché.
A naval attaché is entitled to have transported as baggage at public
expense such household furniture as the Secretary of the Navy
may deem it necessary for him to have at his official station
in order to properly perform his duties. 165.
A naval attaché is entitled, for travel under orders outside the
limits of the United States in going to his post of duty, to
reimbursement of the cost of transporting such baggage as is
necessarily required by him in connection with the perform-
ance of his duty, but he is not entitled to transportation for
his household furniture. 25.
Bounty, refundment of, by apprentice on discharge.
The provision in the act of March 1, 1889, for the payment of
bounty to apprentices in the Navy did not contemplate the
refundment of any part thereof by an apprentice upon his
subsequent discharge from the service, and therefore so much
of article 1395, Navy Regulations of 1900, as amended by
General Orders, No. 52, of 1901, as provides for such refund-
ment is void because inconsistent with the terms of said act.
Continuous-service pay. See infra, pay, continuous.
Court-martial. See infra, pay, forfeiture.
Discharge. See infra, pay, continuous, and transportation.
Discretion of the Secretary. See supra, actual.
Ensigns, appointment of "as of July 30th."
The provision in the act of March 3, 1901, for the appointment
each year of six ensigns from among the boatswains, gunners,
or warrant machinists of the Navy, such appointments to take
effect “as of July 30,” entitles the appointee to the pay of an
ensign from that date. 324.
Error, clerical, in commission in designating officer's rank.
Where through a clerical error an officer of the Navy was com-
missioned a passed assistant surgeon with the rank of lieuten-
ant instead of with the rank of lieutenant (junior grade),
which was the grade to which he was entitled, he is only
entitled to the pay of the lesser grade. 43.
Fraudulent enlistments, payments made under.
As the contract between the United States and an enlisted man
of the Navy who had deserted and fraudulently reenlisted is
merely voidable and not void, a disbursing officer is entitled
to credit for proper payments made thereunder where he
made such payments without knowledge of the fraud and
prior to the rescission of the contract by the Government.
Funeral expenses. See infra, mileage.
Household furniture, transportation of, of naval attaché.
Mileage for attending funeral of deceased officer.
An officer of the Navy is not entitled to mileage or reimbursement
of traveling expenses for travel performed in obedience to an
order directing him to attend the funeral of an officer who
died in the United States. 181.
Mileage for repeated travel incident to added duties.
Where repeated travel is performed by an officer of the Navy as
an incident of duties added to the duties of an officer's station
and not by reason of scattered duties pertaining to his station it
is travel entitling him to mileage, unless the Secretary of the
Navy directs that actual and necessary expenses only shall be
allowed, in which event he is entitled to reimbursement of
his actual and necessary expenses, they being expenses in
addition to those which he was required to incur in the per-
formance of his duties at his station. 744.
Naval Academy. See infra, pay, officer.
Naval attaché, transportation of baggage of. See supra, baggage.
Pay, additional, for working overtime See COMPENSATION, additional.
Pay, additional, to enlisted men detained in service.
The one-fourth additional pay provided by section 1422, Revised
Statutes for enlisted men of the Navy detained in the service
beyond the term of their enlistment, should be computer
upon the basis of the total pay, extra as well as regular,
which they would otherwise have received. 575.
Pay, aid to Admiral of the Navy.
The provision in section 1096, Revised Statutes, that an aid to the
General of the Army shall have the rank of colonel, does not
apply to aids to the Admiral of the Navy, and the latter are
not entitled, therefore, to any higher pay than that of their
office and rank. 733.
Pay, aid to rear-admiral of the nine lower numbers.
An aid to a rear-admiral of the Navy of the nine lower numbers is
entitled to additional pay at the rate of $200 per annum, as
provided for an aid to a major-general in the Army. 547.
Pay, continuous service, to enlisted men.
Where an enlisted man of the Navy was discharged at his own
request, with recommendation for reenlistment, prior to the
expiration of his term of enlistment, but after service of more
than three years, to enable him to accept an appointment as
pay clerk, he is entitled upon reenlisting within four months
from the time of his discharge to the continuous service pay
provided for by the act of March 3, 1899. 682.
Pay, ensigns. See supra, ensigns.
Pay, forfeiture of, by sentence of court-martial.
Pay of an enlisted man of the Navy which has been forfeited by
sentence of a summary court-martial may properly be charged
against pay which had accrued prior to the approval of the
Pay of Judge-Advocate-General of the Navy.
Under the provision in the act of June 8, 1880, as amended by the
act of June 5, 1896, that the Judge-Advocate-General of the
Navy should receive the highest pay of a captain in the Navy,
he is entitled to compensation at the rate of $4,500 per annum,
being the sea pay of a captain, but he is not entitled to the
additional pay provided by the act of May 26, 1900, for officers
of the Navy serving in Porto Rico, Cuba, Philippine Islands,
and Alaska. 11.
Pay, officer, detailed to duty at Naval Academy.
An officer of the Navy who is detailed as head of the department
of modern languages at the United States Naval Academy is
not while so detailed a professor," within the meaning of
section 1336, Revised Statues, and therefore he is not entitled
to the pay of a professor as fixed by said section. 591.
Pay, officer of Medical Corps, while on leave of absence. See infra, pay,
Pay, rear-admiral of the nine lower numbers.
A rear-admiral of the nine lower numbers is entitled to the old
navy pay of a rear-admiral as fixed by section 1556, Revised
Pay, retired officer, retired under section 1443, Rev. Stat.
A retired officer of the Navy who was retired from active service
under section 1443, Revised Statutes, with the rank and pay
of a rear-admiral, as provided in section 11 of the act of
March 3, 1899, is entitled to three-fourths of the old navy sea
pay of a rear-admiral. 645.
Pay, retired warrant officer, placed on active duty.
Where a retired warrant officer of the Navy is placed on active
duty under the provisions of the act of June 7, 1900, he is not
entitled, in computing his pay, to be credited with any time
subsequent to the date of his retirement. 419.
Pay, sea duty, while on leave of absence.
An officer of the Medical Corps of the Navy whose pay is assimi-
lated to army pay is entitled, while on leave of absence from
sea duty, and not detached from that duty, to sea pay during
the cumulative leave period provided for by section 1265,
Revised States, and the act of July 29, 1876. 576.
Pay, sea duty, while on temporary leave of absence.
An acting assistant surgeon in the Navy who was on leave of
absence from sea duty for two days was on “temporary leave"
within the meaning of article 1177, Navy Regulations of 1900,
and therefore he is entitled to sea pay during such absence.
Pay, shore duty, while in a hospital.
An officer of the Navy who is detached from his vessel and
ordered to a hospital for treatment will be regarded as on
shore duty, and therefore entitled to shore-duty pay from
the date of his detachment until his discharge from the
Pay, ten per cent additional for shore duty beyond seas.
The 10 per cent additional pay allowed an officer of the Navy by
the acts of May 26, 1900, and March 3, 1901, for shore duty
beyond seas should be computed on the maximum pay of
the officer's grade. 618.
An officer of the Navy who was detached from shore duty in the
Philippine Islands and ordered to his home in the United
States was not on shore duty beyond seas within the meaning
of the act of March 3, 1899, while en route from the Philip-
pines to San Francisco, Cal., in a mail steamship, and was
therefore not entitled, while performing said journey, to the
10 per cent additional pay provided by the acts of May 26,
1900, and March 3, 1901, for shore duty beyond seas. 618.