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senior officer desire to report the intended departure of vessels other
When no report to the contrary is received, telegrams of arrival and departure will be understood as conveying the information that all are well on
board. Confirmation (5) All telegrams by cable or otherwise from officers shall be of telegrams. immediately confirmed by letter, quoting the text of the message and
giving such additional information in relation to the subject as may
be deemed essential. Telegrams to (6) Officers shall indorse upon official telegrams sent by them be indorsed within the United States, the words “official business," and shall
report any charge made in excess of the rates established by the
Postmaster General for the current fiscal year. Telegrams not (7) The telegraph will not be used when communication by mail to be sent when will answer the purpose.
(8) Telegrams strictly personal, or for the convenience or in the interest of the sender, shall not be transmitted at Government
expense. Telegrams to (9) Cable messages or telegrams, which convey orders requiring be acknowl- the movements of vessels, or instructions which call for investigaedged.
tion or report, must be acknowledged immediately by cable or
telegraph. Night mes (10) Night messages will be used whenever a message is not of
sufficient importance to demand immediate transmission.
(11) The following cable and telegraphic addresses will be used by all persons connected with the Navy:
mail will answer.
Private tele. grams.
For the Secretary of the Navy
Secnav., Washington, D. C. For the Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Astnav., Washington, D.C. For the Bureau of Navigation
Bunav., Washington, D. C. For the Bureau of Equipment
Buquip., Washington, D.C. For the Bureau of Construction and Repair
Bucon., Washington, D.C. For the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Bumed., Washington, D.O. For the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts..
Busup., Washington, D.O. For the Bureau of Yards and Docks.
Budocks, Washington, D.C. For the Bureau of Ordnance..
Buord., Washington, D. C. For the Bureau of Steam Engineering
Buseng., Washington, D. C. For the Commandant of the Marine Corps
Marcorps, Washington, D. C.
Navhosp., Yokohama, Japan.
Navpay, Hongkong, China. For the U. S. Dispatch Agent, London, England. Usda, London, England. For the Assistant Treasurer of the United States at Subtreasury, New York.
For the Secretary of the Navy
Secretary Navy, Washington, D. C. for the Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Assistant Secretary Navy, Washington, D. C. For the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation
Navigation, Navy Department, Washington, D. C. For the Chief of the Bureau of Equipment.
Equipment, Navy Department, Washington, D. C. For the Chief of the Bureau of Construction and Re Construction, Navy Department, Washington, D.C.
Ordnance, Navy Department, Washington, D. C. For the Chief of the Bureau of Steam Engineering Engineering, Navy Department, Washington, D. C. For the Commandant of the Marine Corps.
Marine Corps, Washington, D. C. For the Superintendent of the Naval Academy, An Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.
Newport, R. I.
San Francisco, Cal.
Royal, S. C.
Station, Newport, R. I.
Navy Pay Office, Boston, Mass.
Navy Pay Office, New York, N. Y. For the Navy Pay Office, Philadelphia, Pa
Navy Pay Office, Philadelphia, Pa. For the Navy Pay Office, Baltimore, Md.-
Navy Pay Office, Baltimore, Md. For the Navy Pay Office, Washington, D. O
Navy Pay Office, Washington, D. C. For the Navy Pay Office, Norfolk, Va.
Navy Pay Office, Norfolk, Va. For the Navy Pay Office, San Francisco, Cal.
Navy Pay Office, San Francisco, Cal.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE AND LIBERTY.
the United States.
1674. Permission to leave the United States will be granted only Permission to by the Secretary of the Navy.
leave the United
States. 1675. The commander in chief of a squadron within the United Officers in chief States, or the commandant of a navy yard or station, shall not absent command within himself from his command for a longer period than one week in any successive two months, except by permission of the Secretary of the Navy.
1676. (1) (a) The Secretary of the Navy only, can grant leave Leave for more of absence to officers of the Navy for a longer period than seven days. than seven days.
(b) The senior officer present, whether he be in command afloat Leave granted or on shore, is authorized to grant leave of absence not exceeding by the senior offiseven days, to the officers and enlisted men serving afloat, except
cer present. to those serving in the receiving and other station ships. During the temporary absence not exceeding twenty-four hours of the “senior officer present,” this authority continues in the officer who represents him and performs his duties.
(c) The commandant of a navy yard or station is authorized to Leave granted grant leave of absence not exceeding seven days, to the officers and by commandant. enlisted men attached to the yard or station, and to those serving in the receiving and other station ships; and in his absence this authority continues in the officer who succeeds him and performs his duties.
(d) The captain of a ship, with the permission of the senior Leave granted officer present, may, in any port in which pratique has been obtained, by captain. grant leave of absence not exceeding twenty-four hours, to the officers of his ship, and of forty-eight hours to the enlisted men.
(2) Leave to go beyond the immediate vicinity of the station or Not granted port shall not be granted to any person attached to a ship under when under sail
ing orders. sailing orders.
(3) Leave of absence granted to officers under paragraph 1, (b) To be reported and (c) of this article shall be immediately reported to the Navy to Department. Department.
1677. (1) No commanding officer of a ship, squadron, or naval station shall grart permission to any person under his command to count of sickleave his stati or to return from abroad to the United States, on account of ill health, except upon the recommendation of a board of medical survey.
(2) Requests for leave or for detachment on account of ill health, when forwarded to the Navy Department, must be accompanied by the report of a medical survey.
(3) Officers on sick leave in consequence of medical survey shall report the state of their health to the Department every fifteen days.
Restrictions of leave.
(4) When an officer not on duty applies for leave or for an extension of leave, on account of ill health, a medical board of survey shall be held, if practicable, and a report made to the Department; or, if that be impracticable, he shall forward the certificate of a reputable physician, stating that he is unable to perform duty, the nature of the disease, and its probable duration.
1678. (1) The executive officer and the officer who succeeds him in his absence (see art. 519, par. 2) shall not be out of the ship at the same tiine except on duty, or, under special circumstances, by the captain's previous permission.
(2) When there are two or more officers detailed for engineering duties attached to a ship, one must always be on board ready for duty, except, under special circumstances, by the captain's previous permission.
(3) If there are only two line officers attached to a ship, one must always be on board.
(4) When there are two or more medical, pay, or marine officers attached to a ship, one must always be on board ready for duty, except under special circumstances by the captain's previous permission.
(5) Not more than one-half of the officers and crew shall be granted leave at the same time; and liberty parties shall be so selected as to leave on board an organized force that will be effective
for any emergency.
leave to the captain. Officers of the ship junior in rank to the execu-
1680. (1) Leave of absence or liberty shall not be granted to
(2) Leave shall not be granted to enlisted men who are in debt to the Government, unless the full amount of such indebtedness be deposited with the pay officer.
Leave to enlisted men.