N. A. (Newton Allen) Strait.

Alphabetical list of battles, 1754-1900 : war of the rebellion, Spanish-American war, Philippine insurrection, and all old wars, with dates; summary of events of the war of the rebellion, 1860-1865; Spanish-American war, Philippine insurrection, 1898-1900; troubles in China, 1900, with other valuabl online

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Active


do ..




21




Adams


Steam vessel (wood) train


>Q


160




Aileen.


ing service.
Yacht


3


30




Alabama


First-class battle ship


40


453


To be completed Feb 1901


Albany


Small gunboat






Purchased by War Department


Do


Cruiser .


24


341


Purchased Mar 16 1898


Alert


Steam vessel


21


325


Commissioned 1875


Alexander


Collier


8


60


Commissioned June 1 1898


Alice


Tug








Alliance


Steam vessel (wood) .


18


160


Commissioned 1876


Alvarado


Small steel gunboat








Amphitrite


Double-turret monitor


2G


""156"




Annapolis


Gunboat


11


124


Commissioned July 1897


Apache


Tug


4


44




Arethusa


Tank steamer


5


79




Arkansas .


Single-turret monitor




124


To be completed Mar 11 1901


Atlanta


Cruiser


19


277




Badger


Merchant vessel, cruiser


19


216




Bagfey


Torpedo boat


3


26




Bailey


do


3


60


Do


Bainbridge
Baltimore


Torpedo-boat destroyer
Cruiser


4

36


69
350


To be completed July 15, J901.


Bancroft


Steel gunboat


10


113


Commissioned Mar 3 1893


Barcelo


Torpedo boat








Barney


do


3


26


Complete


Barry


Torpedo-boat destrover


4


69


To be completed Sept 1 i toi


Belusaii


Small gunboat








Benningtoii ...


Steel gunboat .


16


181


Commissioned June 20 1891


Biddle


Torpedo boat


3


9(5


Nearly complete Jan 1901


Blakely


do


3


26


Do.


Boston .


Cruiser


19


270


Commissioned May ^ 1S87


Brooklyn


Armored cruiser


46


471




Brutus


Collier. ..


9


55


Commissioned Mav 7 1898


Buffalo


Merchant vessel cruiser


29


210




Caesar


Collier


6


84


Commissioned May 13 1898


Calamianes


Small gunboat






Purchased by War Department


California


Armored cruiser








Callao


Small steel gunboat






Captured from Spain


Canonieus 1


Single-turret monitor. . .








Cassius


Collier


8


68


Commissioned June 6 1898


Castinc


Steel gunboat


11


14 9


Commissioned Oct 22 1894


CatskilU


Single-turret monitor








Celtic.


Supply ship


16


87


Commissioned May 27 1898


Charleston


Cruiser


20


>>89


Commissioned Dec (! 1889


Chattanooga . .


do. .


30


263


Building.


Chauncey


Torpedo-boat destrover


4


69


To be completed Oct 1 1901


Chesapeake


Training ship, Naval Acad








Cheyenne .


emy.
Tug


2


15


Commissioned


Chicago


Cruiser


33


426


Commissioned Apr 17 J889.


Chickasaw . . .


Tug . . .


2


15


Commissioned


Choctaw


do


2


22


Commissioned Apr 19 1898


Cincinnati


Cruiser . . .


20


319


Commissioned June 16, 1894.


Cleveland


do


30


263


Building


Columbia


do


30


447




Concord


Steel gunboat


13


181


Commissioned Feb It 1891.


Connecticut


Single-turret monitor




1 9 4


To be completed Ms>r 19 1901


Constellation


Sailing vessel, training






Commissioned 1854.


Constitution


ship, Newport, R. I.
Sailing vessel (wood) unfit






Commissioned 1797


Craven, T. A. M


for sea.
Torpedo boat.


4


26


Commissioned Oct 6 1900.


Culgoa


Supplv ship




40




Cushing


Torpedo boat


3


20


Commissioned Apr. 22, 1890.


Dahlgren


do


3


26


Commissioned Mar 27 1900


Dale


Torpedo-boat destrover


4


69


To be completed Mav 10 1901


Do


Sailing vessel (wood), unfit






Commissioned 1839.


Davis


for sea.
Torpedo boat


3


21


Commissioned Mav 10 1899


Decatur


Torpedo-boat destroyer


4


69


To be completed Mav 16, 1900.


De Long. . .


Torpedo boat




26


To be completed Mav 25 1901


Denver


Cruiser


30


263


Building


Des Moines.,


... do


30


263


Do.


Detroit . . .


do


20


245


Commissioned Julv 20 1893


Dixie




14


167


Commissioned Apr 19 1898


Dolphin..


Steel. SDecial class...


7


110


Commissioned Dec. 8, 1885.



1 Old; stationed at League Island Navy- Yard, Pa.



212



NAVAL VESSELS.
List of naval vessels Continued.



Name.


Type.


Officers.


Men.


Remarks.


Don Juan de Aus
tria.


Iron gunboat




Captured from Spain.

Commissioned June 1, 1898.
Commissioned Sept. 23, 1897.
Commissioned Mar. 26, 1898.
Captured from Spain.
Commissioned June 30, 1898.
Commissioned 1876.

Commissioned Feb. 18, 1897.
Commissioned 1876.

Commissioned June 5, 1899.
Commissioned 1871.

To be completed Nov. 15, 1901.
Commissioned 7, 1897.

Building.
Commissioned 1865.

Commissioned July (i, 1898.
Building.
Particulars not yet fixed.
Commissioned July 5, 1898.
Commissioned May 20, 1899.
Nearly completed.
Purchased by War Department.
Commissioned Apr. 4, 1898.
Commissioned June 7, 1898.
Commissioned 1858. Rebuilding,
California, 1899.
Commissioned Apr. 5, 1898.
Commissioned July 8 1897.
Commissioned .
Commissioned May 13, 1898.
To be completed Apr. 15, 1901.
Commissioned Apr. 12, 1898.
To be completed July 15, 1901.
Commissioned July 1, 1898.
To be completed Aug. 1, 1901.
Commissioned Aug. 1, 1898.
Commissioned 1837.

Commissioned Nov. 20, 1895.
Commissioned June 16, 1897.
Commissioned Aug. 1, 1898.
Commissioned July 6, 1898.
Commissioned 1858.

Captured from Spain.
Do.

Commissioned 1845.

Commissioned Apr. 27, 1898.
Commissioned July 26, 1898.
Commissioned Aug. 28, 1900.
Commissioned Oct. 27, 1900.
Commissioned 1858.

Nearly completed Jan., 1901.
Commissioned Apr. 16, 1898.

Commissioned May 21,1898.

Captured from Spain.
Nearly completed Jan. ,1901.
Commissioned July 20,1893.
Commissioned May 1,1899.

To be completed Dec., 1902.

Captured from Spain.
Purchased from Spain.
Purchased during Spanish war.
Commissioned Apr. 2, 1894.


Yacht


6
3
4


63

28
60


l)u Pont
Eagle


Torpedo boat


Yacht


Fl Cano


Small gunboat


Klfrida

Knter prise


Yacht


4


15


Steam vessel (wood), Pub
lic Marine School, Bos
ton.
Torpedo boat


Ericsson


3
15

6
5

7
4


20
172

60
45

124
21


Essex

Farragut


Steam vessel ( wood ) , train
ing service.
Torpedo boat
Steam vessel (wood), unfit
for sea.
Single-turret monitor
Torpedo boat


Fern
Florida


Foote


Fortune


Tug


Fox

Franklin

Frolic


Torpedo boat

Steam vessel (wood), unfit
for sea.
Yacht


3

7
30


21
108

37
263


Galveston
Georgia

Glacier


Cruiser

First-class battle ship


Refrigerator ship


8
9
3


74
85
53


Gloucester


Yacht


Goldsborough
Guardoqui


Torpedo boat


Small gunboat


Gwin


Torpedo boat . . .


3

8
32

4
10
1
6
4
4
4
4
40
3


17
42
212

46
166
15
50
69
51
69
16
453
18


Hannibal


Collier


Hartford


Steam vessel ( wood )


Hawk


Yacht


Helena


Light-draft gunboat
Tug


Hercules


Hist


Yacht


Hopkins


Torpedo-boat destroyer
Yacht *


Hornet


Hull


Torpedo-boat destroyer
Yacht


Huntress


Illinois


First-class battle ship . .
Yacht


Inca


Independence
Indiana


Sailing vessel (wood), unfit
for sea.
First-class battle ship
First-class battle ship
Distilling ship


32
36

8


465
474
102
37


Iowa

Iris


Iroquois


Tug


Iroquois


Steam vessel (wood), unfit
for sea.
Steel gunboat


Islade Cuba
Isla de Luzon






do






I warm


Tug






Jamestown . .


Sailing vessel, transferred
to Marine-Hospital Serv
ice.
Single-turret monitor






Jason *






Justin


Collier


6
3
40
40


47
22
513
514
265

69
53


Kanawha .


Yacht

First-class battle ship


Kearsarge


Kentucky


... .do


Lancaster


Steam vessel (wood), train
ing service.
Torpedo-boat destroyer
Collier


Lawrence .


4
5


Lebanon


Lehighi


Single-turret monitor


Leonidas


Collier


5


45


Levden


Tug


Leyte

Macdonough
Machias


Small iron gunboat




Torpedo-boat destroyer
Steel gunboat


4 69
11 | 143
3 13


Mackenzie
Mahopac 1


Torpedo boat


Single-turret monitor


Maine


First-class battle ship


40


478


Manhattan 1 .


Manila

Manileno


Transport


i


Manly
Marblehead
Marcellus ..


Torpedo boat




Cruiser . . .
Collier. . .


20

6


242
62



1 Old; stationed at League Island Navy- Yard, Pa.



NAVAL VESSELS.
List of naval vessels Continued.



213



Name.


Type.


Officers.


Men.


Remarks.


Marietta


Gunboat


11

18


133
190


Commissioned Sept. 1, 1897.
Commissioned 1875.

Captured from Spain.
Commissioned June 10, 1896.
Commissioned June 21, 1898.

Commissioned May 16,1898.
Commissioned Oct. 27, 1891.
Commissioned 1844.
Captured from Spain.
Purchased by War Department.
Commissioned Dec. 13, 1894.
Commissioned 1855.

To be completed Jan., 1903.

Commissioned Apr. 23, 1898.
Commissioned 1883.

Commissioned 1863.
Commissioned Feb. 20, 1896.
Commissioned 1862.

Commissioned Feb. 13, 1893.
Commissioned June 21 , 1894.
Commissioned May 11, 1898.

Commissioned Aug. 19, 1897.
Particulars not yet fixed.
Commissioned June 8, 1898.
Commissioned Feb. 2, 1891.
Commissioned 1818.
Particulars not yet fixed.
Purchased Mar. 16, 1898.
Commissioned Oct. 5, 1897.
Commissioned Aug. 1,1893.
Commissioned Apr. 2, 1898.
Nearly complete Jan., 1901.

Commissioned 1879.

Building.
Nearly complete Jan. ,1901.
To be completed Mar. 5, 1902.
Commissioned Feb. 5, 1895.
Commissioned 1869.

Commissioned Apr. 30, 1898.
Commissioned July 15, 1896.

Purchased from Spain.
Purchased bv War Department.
Commissioned Apr. 22, 1898.
Purchased bv War Department.
To be completed Apr. 5, 1900.
Commissioned Apr. 27, 1898.

Particulars not vet fixed.
Commissioned 1862.

Commissioned May 15, 1898.
To be completed Apr. 5, 1900.
Commissioned Dec. 10, 1889.

Commissioned July 28, 1890.
Commissioned 1865.
Commissioned June 2, 1898.
Building, Jan., 1901.
Commissioned May 26, 1898.
Commissioned Apr. 5, 1898.
Commissioned Feb. 20, 1897.
Commissioned 1843.

Commissioned Apr. 5, 1898.


Marion


Steam vessel (wood), unfit
for sea.
Small gunboat


Marivcles


Massachusetts
Massasoit


First-class battle ship . .


32


463


TllET


Mayflower i Yacht


8


193
13
136

89


McKee


Torpedo boat .


Miantonomoh
Michigan


Double-turret monitor
Steam vessel


13


Mindanar
Mindoro


Small wooden gunboat
Small gunboat




Minneapolis


Cruiser


30
40


447

478


Minnesota


Steam vessel (wood), unfit
for sea.
First-class battle ship.


Missouri


Modoc


Tug


Mohawk


do






Mohican


Steam vessel (wood), train
ing service.
Steam vessel


21

12
26


186

146

187


Monocacv


Monadnock
Monongahela

Montauk 1
Montery


Double-turret monitor
Sailing vessel, practice ship,
Annapolis, Md.
Single-turret monitor






Double-turret monitor
Cruiser


19
20
3


199
250
23


Montgomery


Morris


Torpedo boat


Nahant 1


Single-turret monitor .


Nanshan


Collier


1


44


Nantucket 2


Single-turret monitor


Narkeeta


Tug






Nashville.


Light-draft gunboat






Nebraska
Nero


Armored cruiser .






Collier


9

34


71
359


Newark


Cruiser


New Hampshire...
New Jersey


Sailing vessel unfit for sea


First-class battle ship






New Orleans




24
11
40
2

3


sn

124
522
13
26


Newport


Gunboat


New York




Nezinscot


Tug


Nicholson


Torpedo boat


Nina . .


Tug .


Nipsic


Steam vessel (wood), unfit
for sea.
Steel gunboat . .






Number 1G






O Brien ...


Torpedo boat


3
35
34


26

478
412


Ohio


First-class battle ship


Olympia


Cruiser


Omaha


Steam vessel (wood), unfit
for sea.
Yacht


Oneida


2
32
3


22
462

27


Oregon


First-class battle ship
Tug


Osceola


Pampango ...


Small gunboat


Pan ay


do






Panther


Merchant vessel, cruiser
Small gunboat


13


185
69


Paragua


Paul Jones


Torpedo-boat destroyer
Tug


4


Pawnee .


Pawtucket


do




Penacook


do






Pennsylvania
Pensacola


First-class battle ship






Steam vessel (wood), unfit
for sea.
Special class






Pcoria


(i
4
10


46
69
122


Perry


Torpedo-boat destroyer
Steel gunboat


Petrel . .


Petrelito ..


Tug


Philadelphia .


Cruiser


34

8
5


358
77
32


Pinta


Steam vessel


Piscataqua
Plunger


Tug


Submarine torpedo boat


Pompev
Pontiac


Collier


5


38


Tug


Porter .


Torpedo boat


4

<>


28
31


Portsmouth


Sailing vessel, naval mi
litia, New Jersey.
Tug ..


Potomac ..



1 Old; stationed at League Island Navy- Yard, Pa.
2 Old; stationed at Port Royal Naval Station,



214



ttAVAL VESSELS.
List of naval vessels Continued.



Name.


Type.


Officers.


Men.


Remarks.




Tug




33




Prairie


Merchant vessel, cruiser .


18


267


Commissioned Apr 14 1898


Preble

Princeton


Torpedo-boat destroyer
Gunboat


4
11


69
136


To be completed Apr. 5, 1900.
Commissioned May 27 1898


Puritan


Double-turret monitor .


22


208


Commissioned Fcb 10 1896


Rainbow ...


Distilling ship


3


52


Commissioned July 18 1898


Raleigh


Cruiser


9Q


293




Ranger


Steam vessel


21


127


Commissioned 1876


Rapid o


Tug








Reina Mercedes


Cruiser








Resolute..


Transport


9


111


Commissioned May 11 1898


Restless


Yacht


3


30


Commissioned May 14 1898


Richmond


Steam vessel (wood) unfit






Commissioned 1858


Rocket


for sea.
Tug






For sale June 30 1899


Rodgers


Torpedo boat


4


21


Commissioned Apr 2 1898


Rowan


do


4


28




St. Louis


Sailing vessel (wood) unfit






Commissioned 1828


St Mary s


for sea.
Sailing vessel public ma








Samar


rine school, New York
City.
Small gunboat








Samoset .


Tug








Sandoval


Small steel gunboat








San Francisco


Cruiser


33


350


Commissioned Nov 15 1890


Saratoga


Sailing vessel public ma








Saturn


rine school, Philadelphia.
Collier




67


Commissioned Apr 11 1898


Scindia


do


10


98


Commissioned May 21 1898


Scorpion


Yacht . .


8


105


Commissioned Apr 11 1898


Seminole


Tug


3


16


Commissioned July 23 1898


Shearwater


Yacht








Shubrick


Torpedo boat


3


26


Nearly complete Jan 1901


Sioux


Tug


1


3


Commissioned Apr 9 1898


Siren ... .


Yacht


5


37


Commissioned June 24 1898


Solace


Hospital ship


12


no




Somers


Torpedo boat.






Purchased during Spanish war


Southery


Collier


6


53


Commissioned Apr 30 1898


Standish


Tug








Sterling .


Collier


8


52


Commissioned Apr 16 1898


Stewart


Torpedo-boat destroyer


4


69


To be completed Julv 15 1901


Stiletto


Wooden torpedo boat




5




Stockton


Torpedo boat


3


9 6


Nearly complete Jan 1901


Stranger


Yacht


8


94


Commissioned June 30, 1898.


Stringham


Torpedo boat


6


56


To be completed Jan 29 1899


Supply


Supply ship


10


96




Sureste .


Tug ..








Sylph


Yacht


3


24




Sylvia


do


5


31


Commissioned June 20, 1898.


Tacoma


Cruiser


30


263


Building


Takoma


Tug




22




Talbot.


Torpedo boat


3


13


Commissioned Apr. 4, 1898.


Tecumseh


Tug


2


13


Commissioned Apr. 6, 1898.


Terror

Texas


Double-turret monitor
Second-class battle ship


26
30


151
413


Commissioned Apr. 15, 1896.
Commissioned Aug. 15, 1895.


Thornton


Torpedo boat


3


26


Nearly complete Jan, ,1901.


Tingey .


do


3


26


Do.


Topeka


Iron gunboat


14


153


Purchased Apr. 2, 1898.


Traffic...


Tug. . .








Triton .


do








Truxtun

Unadilla


Torpedo-boat destroyer
Tug .


4


69


To be completed Mar. 15, 1901.


Uncas


do


2


26


Commissioned Apr. 6, 1898.


Urdaneta..


Small gunboat .






Purchased by War Department.


Vasco


do






Do


Vermont


Sailing vessel (wood) unfit






Commissioned 1818


Vesuvius


for sea.
Steel special class


6


63


Commissioned June 7, 1890.


Vicksburg . .


Gunboat


11


124


Commissioned Oct. 23, 1897.


Vigilant.


Tug


2


30


Commissioned Apr. 6, 1898.


Viking . .


Yacht . .


3


40


Commissioned May 11, 1898.


Vixen . .


....do .


6


61


Commissioned Apr, 11, 1898.


Waban .


Tug


1


15




Wabash


Steam vessel (wood) unfit




116


Commissioned 1854.


Wahneta


for sea.
Tug








Wasp


Yacht


4


51


Commissioned Apr. 11, 1898.


West Virginia .


Armored cruiser






Particulars not yet fixed.


Wheeling .


Gunboat


11


131


Commissioned Aug. 10, 1897.


Whipple


Torpedo-boat destroyer


4


69


To be completed Mar. 15, 1901.


Wilkes




3


26


Nearly complete Jan 1901.


Wilmington . . ,


Light-draft gunboat. . .


10


188


Commissioned May 13, 1897.



NAVAL VESSELS.
List of naval vessels Continued.



215



Name.



Type.



Officers.



Men.



Remarks.



Winslow

Wisconsin . .
Wompatuck

Worden

Wyoming ..

Yankee ,

Yankton

Yantic ..



Yorktown . . .

Yosemite

Zafiro...



Torpedo boat

First-class battle ship

Tug

Torpedo-boat destroyer

Single-turret monitor

Merchant vessel, cruiser. . .

Yacht

Steam vessel ( wood) , unfit
for sea.

Steel gunboat

Merchant vessel, cruiser

Supply ship



21

453
30
G8

127

267
70
131

181
267



Commissioned Dec. 29, 1897.
Nearly complete Jan., 1901.
Commissioned Apr. 6, 1898.
To be completed Mar. 15, 1901.
To be completed Mar. 6, 1901.
Commissioned Apr. 14, 1898.
Commissioned May 16, 1898.
Commissioned 1864.

Commissioned Apr. 23, 1889.
Commissioned Apr. 13, 1898.



Number of vessels in the United States Nary.



REGULAR NAVY.

First-class battle ships 14

First-class battle ships, sheathed 3

Second-class battle ship 1

Armored cruisers 5

Armored cruisers, sheathed 3

Armored ram : 1

Steel single- turret monitors 4

Double-turreted monitors 6

Iron single-turret monitors 8

Protected cruisers 15

Protected cruisers, sheathed 8

Unprotected cruisers 4

Gunboats 13

Light-draft gunboats 3

Composite gunboats 6

Training ship (Naval Academy) 1

Special class 2

Gunboats under 500 tons 22

Torpedo-boat destroyers 16

Steel torpedo boats 35

Submarine torpedo boat 8

"Wooden torpedo boat 1

Iron cruising vessels 5

Wooden cruising vessels - - 7

Sailing vessels, wooden 6

Tugs 39

Wooden steam vessels unfit for sea service 11

Wooden sailing vessels unfit for sea service 6

Total 254

AUXILIARY NAVY.

Merchant vessels converted into auxiliary cruisers 6

Converted yachts 23

Steamers converted into colliers 16

Special class 11

Total 56

Grand total . . .310



216



PAY TABLE OF THE ARMY,
PAY TABLE OF THE ARMY.



OFFICERS.



Grade.



Active service. 1



Yearly. Monthly



Retired.2



Yearly. Monthly.



Lieutenant-general

Major-general

Brigadier-general

Colonel 3

Lieutenant-colonel 3

Major

Captain, mounted

Captain, not mounted

Regimental adjutant (captains, mounted)

Regimental quartermaster (captain, mounted)

Battalion and squadron adjutant

Regimental commissary

First lieutenant, mounted

First lieutenant, not mounted

Second lieutenant, mounted

Second lieutenant, not mounted

Chaplain



$11,000.00
7, 500. 00
5, 500. 00
3, 500. 00
3, 000. 00
2, 500. 00
2. 000. 00
1,800.00
2, 000. 00
2, 000. 00
1,800.00
1,800.00
1,600.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
1, 400. 00
1, 500. 00



$916. 67
625. 00
458. 33
291. 67
250.00
208. 33
166. 67
150.00
166. 67
166. 67
150. 00
150.00
133. 33
125.00
125. 00
116. 67
125. 00



$8, 250. 00
5, 625. 00
4, 125. 00
2, 625. 00
2, 250. 00
1,875.00
1,500.00
1,350.00



$687. 50
468. 75
343. 75
218. 75
187. 50
156. 25
125.00
112. 50



1,200.00
1,125.00
1,125.00
1,050.00
1, 350. 00



100.00
93.75
93.75

87.50
112. 50



1 Ten per cent is added for each five years of service for all grades below that of brigadier-general.

2 The pay of all officers below the grade of brigadier-general that are eligible for retirement depends
upon the length of their service prior to date of retirement.

3 The maximum pay of a colonel is $4,500 and that of a lieutenant-colonel is $4,000.

ENLISTED MEN.



Rank and service.



First five
years.



COMPANY.



Cook Engineers and Signal Corps $20 to $23

Cook Artillery, Cavalry, and Infantry 18 to 21

Private Artillery, Cavalry, and Infantry

Private (Second class) Engineers and Ordnance and Signal Corps , r , ,

Musician Engineers, Artillery, and Infantry i

Trumpeter Cavalry

Wagoner Cavalry 14 to 17

Artificer Infantry and Field Artillery

Corporal Artillery, Cavalry, and Infantry , r , ^

Farrier and blacksmith Cavalry J

Saddler Cavalry

Mechanic Heavy Artillery 1 -,o f

Sergeant Artillery, Cavalry, and Infantry / - 1

Private (first class) Engineers and Ordnance and Signal Corps 17 to 20

Corporal Engineers, Ordnance, and Signal Corps 20 to 23

First Sergeant Artillery, Cavalry, and Infantry 25 to 28

SergeantEngineers, Ordnance, and Signal Corps 34 to 37

Sergeants (first class) Signal Corps 45 to 18

Quartermaster-sergeant Cavalry, Infantry, and Artillery \ -, u f 01

Stable sergeant Field Artillery I i

REGIMENT.

Commissary-sergeant Cavalry and Infantry

Sergeant-major Artillery, Cavalry, and Infantry ! 34 to 37

Quartermaster-sergeant Artillery, Cavalry, and Infantry

Sergeant-major and quartermaster-sergeant Engineers*. 36 to 39

Squadron sergeant-major Cavalry \ ,, r . ..

Battalion sergeant-major Infantry

POST.

Ordnance-sergeant

Commissary-sergeant , , . *. 07

Post quartermaster-sergeant f

Electrician sergeant

HOSPITAL CORPS.

Hospital steward 45 to 48

Acting hospital steward 25 to 28

Private... 18 to 21



PAY TABLE OF THE AKMY.

ENLISTED MEN Continued.



217



Rank and service.


First five
years.


BAND CAVALRY, ARTILLERY, AND INFANTRY.

Chief musician


$60 to $63


Drum-maj or


25 to 28


Chief trumpeter Cavalry and Artillery




Principal musician Cavalry, Artillery, and Infantry


| 22 to 25


Sergeant


18 to 21


Corporal


15 to 18


Cook


18 to 21


Private


13 to 16


BAND UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY.

Musician (first class)


34 to 37


Musician (second class)


20 to 23


Musician (third class)


17 to 20


PAY OF VETERINARIANS, HOSPITAL MATRONS.

Veterinarian, first class (senior)


125


Veterinarian second class (junior)


75


Hospital matron


10







Enlisted men (retired) are entitled to three-fourths of the monthly pay allowed by law in the
grade they held when retired. (Act February 14, 1885. )

A certificate of merit for "distinguished service" entitles a soldier to $2 per month additional pav
(Sections 1216 and 1285 Rev. Stat., act February 9, 1891.)

Hereafter all enlistments in the Army shall be for the term of three years. (Act August 1, 1894.)

Twenty per cent increase on pay proper of all enlisted men is allowed in time of war. (Act April
22,1898.)



MILITARY ACADEMY.
[Officers, cadets, chaplain, sword master, and teacher of music.]



Grade.



Grade, or assimilated pay.



Superintendent

Commandant of cadets

Adj utant

Treasurer, quartermaster, and commissary of ca
dets.

Surgeon

Assistant surgeon

Professor, of more than ten years service in
Academy.

Professor, less than ten years service

Associate professor of mathematics more than ten
years.

Associate professor of mathematics less than ten
years.

Assistant professor

Senior assistant instructor of tactics

Assistant instructor of tactics commanding a com
pany of cadets.

Acting assistant professor

Acting assistant instructor of tactics

Instructor of ordnance and science of gunnery
and practical engineering.

Librarian



Chaplain

Sword master

Cadet

Teacher of music.



Pay of colonel.

Pay of lieutenant-colonel.

Pay of regimental adjutant.

$700 in addition to pay as captain of infantry.

Pay of his grade in Armv.

Do.
Pay of colonel.

Pay of lieutenant-colonel.
Pay of major.

Pay of captain, mounted.

Do.
Do.
Do.

Pay of his grade in Armv.

Do.
Pay of major.

$120 per annum in addition to pay of his grade

in Army.

Pay of captain, mounted, $2, 000.
$1,500.
$540.



218 PAY TABLE OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY.

PAY TABLE OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.



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