TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 107. 1844. 699 Srnurs I. CHAP. CVII.-An Act makin a `ations or the naval service or ygur ending the thirticlh€ZaQz;1dg;‘·'iq;;¢7ne, cighleen hundred andfwigjgfwcal Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States q" America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be In additionm appropriated out of any unappropriated money in the Treasury, in ed. unexpeuded dition to the unexpcuded balances of former appropriations for the naval b“l°“°”· service for the iiscal year commencing on the first. day of July, eighteen hundred and forty-four, and ending on the thirtiet.}1 day of June, eighteen hundred and forty-five: For pay of commission, warrant and petty officers and seamen, in- Pny of officers ciuding the engineer corps of the navy, two millions five hundred and md ’°'"”°"· nine thousand one hundred and eightymine dollars: Provided, That the Proviso. whole number of petty officers, seamen, ordinary seamen, landsmeu aud boys in the naval ervice, shall not exceed seven thousand five hundred at any one time during the iiscal year for which this appropriation is made: And provided, further, That no portion of the said sum be up- Proviso. plied to the pay of any officers of any grade of the navy beyond the number allowed by law, in the respective grades, on the first day of September, eighteen hundred aud forty-two: And provided, further, Proviso. That all persons who may have been appointed as masters mates since the fourth day of August, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and who were not at the time of their appointment ableseamen of the first class, shall be forthwith discharged, except such as shall have actually gone to sca; and those at sea shall be discharged and sent back in the first national ship returning to the United States, and paid to the period of their return; and in case no opportunity for returning shall bcprescnted before the expiration of the cruise of the ship to which they are attached, then they shall be discharged on the return of such ship and paid to that time. For pay of the civil establishment at the navy-yard in Kittery, Maine, Kittery, vrz z For pay of naval store-keeper, fourteen hundred dollars; Storekeepev, For pay of clerk to naval store-keeper, seven hundred and filly dol- Clerklars: For pay of naval constructor, two thousand three hundred dollars; C°¤¤**¤°*°1‘· For pay of clerk of navy-yard, nine hundred dollars; Clerks. For pay of clerk of commandant, nine hundred dollars; For pay of clerk of naval constructor, four hundred dollars; For pay of porter of navy·yard, three hundred dollars; Perm-. For pay of inspector of timber, seven hundred dollars; Inspector. For pay of the civil establishment at navy-yard in Charlestown, Mas- Ch¤*l°¤*°W¤· suohusetts, viz: For pay of naval store-keeper, seventeen hundred dollars; Sl°*°k°¤P€’- For pay of three clerks to naval store-keeper, twenty-one hundred Clerks.- and filly dollars; For pay of naval constructor, two thousand three hundred dollars; Constructor. For pay of inspector of timber, one thousand and lilly dollars; Inspecm. For pay of clerk of navy-yard, nine hundred dollars; Clerks. For pay of two clerks to commandant of navy-yard, sixteen hundred and fifcy dollars; For pay of clerk to naval constructor, six hundred and lilly dollars; For pay of porter of navy-yard, three hundred dollars; Portert For pay of keeper of magazine, four hundred and enghty dollars; kl;/gaisznm Y FM pay of the civil establishment at the navy-yard 111 Brooklyn, New Brgcmym ork, viz : For pay of naval store-keeper, seventeen hundred dollars; S*°Y¤k°°P*’*'· For pay of three clerks for naval storekeeper, twenty-onc hundred Clefksand fnfty dollars;
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