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536 TWENTYZSEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 207. 1842. casa any purscer shall neglect or refuse to give sucl{ new bond, it shall be the duty of the Executive to dismiss him forthmth from the service. Rules, &_,,_ to Sec. 5. And be it furtluzr enacted, That fh0'I:\1]8S and yegulatiqms bc laid before which shall be made in conformity with the provxsxons of this act; shall C°“g'°s’· be laid before Congress at their next session. _ Advances or Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That It shall not be lawful for a Ioans of money, purser in the navy to advance Ot loan any Sum O1' SIJIDS of moueyhpub- &°· ¤¤l¤Wf¤l· lic or private, or any article or commodity whatever, or any_credu, to any officer in the naval service, under any pretence whatever. Ac; to goin;.) Sm. 7. Ami be it further enacted, That the provisions of this act ¤B?>¤*» Wh¢¤- shall go into effect, within the United States, from the date of its pas. sage; and, in vessels abroad, at the beginning of the quarter after its oilicia] receipt. Ifursmaccex. Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That pursers attached to, and mm S*¤¤<>¤¤· doing duty in, navy yards, at Boston, New York, and Norfolk, and sea. if;£k”g;°;’;°;;_ going vessels of am larger class than sloops of war, shall be authorized am. to appoint 51 clerk or assistant to be approved by the commanding 0Hiccr of such yard or vessel ; arid the yearly compensation of szud clerk cmws um. shall be as follows, viz : in a frigatc, or nuyy yard at Qioston, New York, P¢¤5¤¤i<>¤· and Norfolk five hundred dollars; in a sh: of the lme, seven hundred I P His Privileges, dollars. Said assistant or clerk shall have the privileges which are al- &c. lowed to the clerk of the commanding omcer; and each purser and clerk, while attached to vessels in commission, shall receive one ration per dny. Purscrs’ mores Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, That all stores of purscrs on s>·= b¤¤¤i_¤*1iP¤ board ships in commission shall be taken by the Government at a fair }; valuation, under the direction of the Secretary of the Navy. governmem. Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, That all acts or parts of acts A<>*S_i¤¤°¤$i¤*· which may be contrary to, or inconsistent with, the provisions of this

   act, shall be, and are hereby, repealed.

Péy of boat- Sec. 11. And be it further enacted, That, from and alter the passage $“’¤i¤¤» Sum of this act, the annual pay of the forward warrant officers of the navy ""“* &°‘ of the United States shall be as follows: for boatswjains, gunngrs, cm-- pentcrs, and sailmakcrs, when on duty on board shxps of the Imc, and in the three navy yards at Boston, New York, and Norfolk, eight hundred dollars; on other duty, seven hundred dollars; when on leave of absence or awaiting orders, the said officers shall receive five hundred dollars for the first ten years, and after, six hundred dollars. Omcers pm- Sec. 12. And be iyfurzher enacted, That whenever an officer shall f<>r¤=i¤z Mw d¤· perform the duty of a higher grade, by order of the Secretary of the gB‘gc°b};g;}‘Q;r Navy, or the commander of a Heat or squadron, or ship acting singly no receive theon foreign service, such officer shall be entitled to receive the pay of P? Mid ¤°¤ such higher grade during the time he performs the duty in that grade °tP;;¥il;?503_ and no longer, and no allowance shall be made for performing such sarvice hereafter unless so ordered. APPROVED,,AUgHS[ 26, 1842. STATUTE I1. ——"‘*' Aug. 26, 1842. Cm?. CCVII.—-An Act ia dqfin; and eslsblis/z liu: fscul your of the Dmury ry" `";""" lu: Unite States. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the 13*}:;*:1*gf; United Stains of America in Congress assembled, That on and afier {gm yen, ,0the first day of July in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and forty- commence on ° three, the fiscal year of the Treasury of the United States, in all mat- 1S"·T“*Y· ters of accounts, receipts, expenditures, estimates, and appropriations, Rpporumd shall commence on the first day of July in each year; and the report $;1";°;;ZJ;>db¤ and pstimatcs required to be prepared and laid before Congress at the ing,}commencement of each session by the Secretary of the Treasury in obedience to the acts of Congress of the second of September, seven-