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For twelve years' service and upwards....... 1,450 per annum
On leave, or waiting orders—for twelve years'
sea service and upwards........

.... 1,000

CHIEF ENGINEERS.
On duty-for first five years after date of
commission

...$1,800 per annum
After fifteen years from date of commission... 2,600
On leave, or waiting orders, after fifteen years

from date of commission........

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Commission not to exceed.........

$3,000 per annum
Navy Agent at San Francisco.....
Temporary Navy Agents......
Naval Storekeepers.......
Officers of the Navy on Foreign Stations......$1,500 per anbum
Engineer-in-Chief..........

3,000
Naval Constructors...

2,600
when not on duty....... 1,800
Secretaries to commanders of squadrons.
Clerks to commanders of squadrons and coin-
manders of vessels...........

500
At Navy Yards—Boston and New York...... 1,200
At Navy Yard—Washington.........

1,200 At Navy Yards-Portsmouth, N. H., and Philadelphia........

1,200 At Navy Yard-Mare Island.........

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Ir ships-of-the-line..........

$45 00 per mcath In frigates.....

40 00 In sloops........

30 00 In smaller vessels.......................................

24 00

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ARMOREKS.

...

In ships-of-the-line........
In frigates.........
In sloops......

-$30 00 per month
25 00
20 00

MATES. Master's (Acting)..

.$40 00 per month Boatswains ......

25 00 Gunners .....................................................

25 00 Carpenters.....

25 00 Sailmakers.................................................. 20 00 Armorers

20 00

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Ship’s...........

...............$30 00 per monti Officers'.

20 00 Surgeons', where ship's complement is 400

and over..... Surgeons', where ship's complement is 200 and under 400.........

33 00 Surgeons', where ship's complement is under 200.....

25 00 Paymaster's, where ship's complement is 240 and over........

33 00 Assistant Paymaster's, where complement is 100 and over...

........ 33 00 Assistant Prymaster's, where complement is under 100..........

30 00

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NURSES.

Where complement is less than 200, one nurse.$14 00 per month Where complement is over 200, two nurses, each.......

14 00

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MARINE CORPS. Colonel Commandant........

.$3,186 00 per annum
Paymaster, with rank of Major........... 2,154 00
Adjutant and Inspector, with rank of
Major...........

2,154 00
Quartermaster, with rank of Major.......... 2,154 00“
Assistant Quartermaster, with rank of
Captain......

1,752 00 Colonel..

2,529 00 Lieutenant Colonel...

2,239 50 Major............

2,010 00

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NOTE.-By a late act of Congress, the monthly pay of private soldiers has been increased three dollars, that of non-commissioned officers being proportionately ad

And a tax of five per cent. was imposed on the salaries of commissioned officers, thus, indirectly reducing their puy.

SCHEDULE OF STAMP DUTIES.

Stamp Duties, Acknowledgment of deeds..........

........ exempte Affidavit ........

5 cts. in suits or legal proceedings....

....exempt. Agreement or Appraisement, (for each sheet, or piece of

paper on which the same is written) ......... 5 cts. Assignment or transfer of mortgage, lease, or policy of

insurance, the same duty as the original

instrument.
of patent right....

5 cts. Bank Checks, drafts or orders, &c., at sight or on demand 2 cts. Bills of Exchange, (Foreign,) drawn in, but payable out

of, the United States, each bill of three

or more, must be stamped.
For every bill of each set, where the sum

made payable does not exceed one hun-
dred dollars, or the equivalent thereof in
any foreign currency in which such bills
may be expressed, according to the stand-

ard of value fixed by the United States... 2 cto For every additional hundred dollars, or

fractional part thereof in excess of one
hundred dollars .........

2 cte (Foreign,) drawn in, but made payable out

of, the United States, (if drawn singly or
in duplicate,) pay the same duty as In-

land Bills of Exchange.
[The acceptor or acceptors of any Bill of

Exchange, or order for the payment of
any sum of money drawn, or purporting
to be drawn, in any foreign country, but
payable in the United States, must, be-
fore paying or accepting the same, place

thereon a stamp indicating the duty.] Bills of Exchange, (Inland,) draft or order, payable oth

erwise than at sight or on demand, and
any promissory note, whether payable on

demand or at a time designated, (except

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