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y shall be subto the mess and n at two dollars ats per day; and ot in an officers
shall be made, ay any compen
fifty cents per ollar per day to than an officers' ion. ess for the subof the Navy. her civil officer ship, provision
retired lists, from the Surgeon General of the Navy on the report of
(2) The hospital accommodation will be divided between appli.
1252. Officers and enlisted men of the Navy and Marine Corps Persons sent to when on duty at a place where there is no naval hospital, may be other than naval sent to other hospitals upon the order of the commander in chief, or
hospitals. the senior officer present, and the expenses of such persons shall be paid from the naval hospital fund; and no other charge shall be made against their accounts than such as are made for persons under treatment at naval hospitals.
1253. Whenever any officer, seaman, or marine entitled to a Pensions of perpension is admitted to the Naval Home, Philadelphia, or to a naval sons in Naval
Home or hospihospital, his pension, while he remains there, shall be deducted from his accounts and paid to the Secretary of the Navy for the benefit of the fund from which such home or hospital, respectively, is maintained. (Act of May 4, 1898.)
1254. (1) Expenses incurred by an officer of the Navy for medi- Expenses in. cines and medical attendance will not be allowed unless they were curred for mediincurred when he was on duty, and the medicines could not have cines, etc. been obtained from naval supplies, or the attendance of a naval medical officer could not have been had. (Sec. 1586, R. S.)
(2) All claims for expenses incurred for medicines and medical attendance shall be forwarded to the Surgeon General of the Navy for examination and approval. When approved, the claim will be forwarded to the Paymaster General for payment by such officer as he may designate. Claims should be accompanied by receipted bills, and all other vouchers and papers pertaining thereto.
1255. When officers required to make oath in answering interrogatories concerning the fitness of officers of the Navy or Marine istrationof daths. Corps for promotion, find it impracticable to make such oath before one of the officers enumerated in article 256, paragraph 1, they will make the same before some person duly authorized by law to administer oaths. In such case officers will be careful to procure the necessary services at as reasonable a rate as possible, and will transmit to the Department a voucher stating the sum paid. If, in the opinion of the Department, such sum is reasonable and proper, the necessary steps for reimbursement will be taken.
1256. Enlisted men of the Navy, not under instruction nor diving for practice, shall, when employed in submarine diving, receive extra compensation therefor, to be charged to the bureau for which the service is performed, at the rate of one dollar and twenty cents per hour for the actual time so employed under water.
1257. (1) Men holding gun captains' certificates shall from the Gunnery prizes. date of the completion of the prescribed course of instruction for gun captain, as shown by such certificate, be awarded and paid gunnery prizes monthly, and proportionately for fractional parts of any month, as follows:
(2) Men holding “A” certificates, three dollars per month; “B” certificates, two dollars per month; “C” certificates, one dollar per month. These payments shall continue throughout the current
For the admin
leducted from admitted into
amount shall cers on whose
commissioned and chief boat sailmakers, are he duty of the
For service as divers.
enlistment, and during each succeeding reenlistment under honorable discharge, if within four months, until the holder of the certificate shall have been promoted to gun captain, second class, from which date this award shall cease.
(3) This award of gunnery prize money shall not be credited or
paid for time out of service, between enlistments. Clothing and 1258. In the event of an enlisted man of the Navy being sensmall stores for tenced by court-martial to confinement with loss of pay, such sen. tenced to loss of tence shall not deprive him of such articles of clothing and small
stores as may be deemed necessary for his health and comfort by the commanding officer of the ship or barracks where he may be
confined. No allowance 1259. No allowance will be made for the expenses of persons for expenses of undergoing examination for appointments, except as provided by appointment.
law for naval cadets. Allowance for 1260. (1) The actual expenses only of enlisted men suminoned witnesses,
as witnesses before a court-martial shall be paid, and shall be provided by the pay officer upon order of the commanding officer of the ship or station to which they belong.
(2) Citizens not in the employ of the United States, when summoned as witnesses before naval courts, shall be paid one dollar and fifty cents per diem and five cents per mile from and to their domiciles. Judge advocates shall, in their certificates of attendance, discriminate between citizen witnesses and those who are in the
employ of the Government of the United States. Forage (Ma 1261. Marine officers are entitled to draw forage from the Quarrine Corps). termaster's Department if it be allowed by law and army regula
tions, but no commutation for forage shall be paid.
SECTION 9.-PERSONS DECEASED.
1262. (1) When an officer of the Navy on duty dies in a foreign penses of naval country, the expenses of his funeral, not exceeding his sea pay for
one month, will be defrayed by the Government and paid by the pay officer upon whose books the name of such officer was borne
Should the funeral expenses exceed the amount so allowed, the excess shall be charged against his account, and a separate bill for that amount must accompany the transfer to the Auditor for the Navy Department.
(2) No funeral expense of a naval officer who dies in the United States shall be allowed. (See sec. 1587, R. S.)
1263. (1) Funeral expenses of officers of the Marine Corps must penses of officers be charged to the personal accounts of the deceased officers, and and men of the the bills sent as vouchers with the accounts when transmitted to
(2) The necessary and proper funeral expenses of enlisted men of the Marine Corps, being provided for by an annual appropriation, will be allowed, and the bills for such expenses are public bills.
1264. (1) The necessary and proper funeral expenses of an en, penses of enlisted listed man of the Navy who shall die while in actual service will men of the Navy. be allowed when approved by the Surgeon General, or if abroad,
by the senior officer present.
(2) In the case of persons who die and are buried out of the United States, the amounts so paid shall not exceed fifty dollars each, unless due regard for decent burial renders greater expense
stment under honor holder of the certifi, second class, from
Estates of de
I not be credited or ts. he Navy being senss of pay, such sen
clothing and small _th and comfort by es where he may be
necessary, which fact must be certified to by the officer ordering
(3) Upon the transfer of a deceased person's account to the
1265. (1) Balances due to deceased persons in the Navy or
Wills of per-
expenses of persons cept as provided by
ed men suminoned 1, and shall be proamanding officer of
States, when sumpaid one dollar and
and to their domi ates of attendance, ose who are in the
age from the Quar 7 and army regula id.
y dies in a foreign ng his sea pay for t and paid by the officer was borne 1 the amount so is account, and a he transfer to the
1266. (1) Any disabled enlisted man who has not been discharged for misconduct shall, after ten years' service in the Navy sions to disabled or Marine Corps, be entitled to a pension, if a board of survey consisting of three naval officers, one of whom shall be a medical officer, appointed by the Secretary of the Navy, shall' recommend it. (See sec. 4757, R. S.)
(2) After twenty years' service, any enlisted man disabled from sea service by reason of age or infirmity, who has not been discharged for misconduct, shall, if he so elect, be entitled to a pension equal to one-half the pay of his rating when last discharged, in lieu of being provided with a home in the Naval Home, Philadelphia. . (See sec. 4756, R. S.)
1267. Commanding officers on shore and afloat will require from
1268. In all cases of injury by accident to persons in the Navy, Testimony of
1269. In case of death, injury, or disability, where the official Surgeon Genmedical record may be incomplete, the Surgeon General shall decide eral to decide if as to whether such death, injury, or disability was received in the records are
lies in the United
arine Corps must used officers, and 2 transmitted to
enlisted men of il appropriation, public hills. penses of an en ual service will 1, or if abroad,
line of duty.
ried out of the ed fifty dollars greater expense
SUPPLIES ON SHORE.
SECTION 1.-CUSTODY AND CARE ON SHORE.
1270. The custody, transfer, and issue of all supplies, and the Responsibility records of all property and plants at návy yards and stations
belong- of Bureau of Suping and appertaining to the Navy Department, with the exceptions Points and Achereinafter noted, shall be under the supervision of the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts.
1271. At navy yards and stations there shall be an officer of the The general pay corps detailed as the general storekeeper, who shall, under the storekeeper. direction of the Paymaster General, have charge, with the exceptions noted, of the supplies, material, manufactured articles of ship’s equipment, etc., subjects of invoice, at the respective yards and stations.
1272. Medical outfits for ships in commission are furnished from the naval laboratory. The senior medical officer on duty at a navy yard shall have charge of all medicines, medical supplies, instruments, and other articles provided by the Bureau of Medicine and Surgtry for use at the yard, for ships fitting out, or received from ships arriving.
1273. The cadet storekeeper at the Naval Academy shall be detailed from the pay corps and shall have authority, with the keeper at Naval approval of the Secretary of the Navy, to procure clothing and other necessaries for the naval cadets in the same manner as supplies are furnished to the Navy, to be issued under such regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Navy.
1274. Supplies shall be so stored and guarded as to enable the Supplies to general storekeeper to assume a rigid responsibility for their proper
be properly care and expenditure.
guarded 1275. (1) Officers in charge of supplies shall exercise a constant supervision over the stores in their custody and protect them by charge of supevery means in their power against deterioration from any cause.
(2) They shall, under the direction of the commandant of the Custody of yard or station, have charge of the keys of all storehouses and keys. buildings containing articles for which they are responsible. The keys must never be taken out of the yard, and when not in use shall be kept in the designated place.
(3) They shall not give a receipt for articles delivered in the yard
(4) No supplies delivered by contractors shall be received unless marked and distinguished with the name of the contractor furnish- plies unmarked ing the same.
Invoices to be