Establishing Warrant Grades in the United States Marine Corps: Hearings, Sixty-ninth Congress, First Session

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1926 - 6 pages
 

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Page 1 - June 10, 1926, established the warrant grade of pay clerk and the commissioned warrant officer grades of chief marine gunner, chief quartermaster clerk and chief pay clerk in the Marine Corps.
Page 4 - ... educational institutions, or as students, observers, or investigators at industrial plants, hospitals, and other places, with the restriction that not to exceed 2 per centum of the officers and 2 per centum of the enlisted men of the Army may be detailed to this duty at any one time, but otherwise under the same conditions as are now or may hereafter be prescribed by law for personnel of the Regular Army. Mr. Rayburn called me yesterday and asked me to set this bill down for hearing. Mr. FADDIS....
Page 1 - Corps are hereby established, and that marine gunners, quartermaster clerks, and pay clerks shall after six years from the date of warrant be commissioned chief marine gunners, chief quartermaster clerks, and chief pay clerks, respectively, after passing satisfactorily such examinations as the Secretary of the Navy may prescribe, and when so commissioned they shall have the same rank, pay, allowances, and other benefits as now are or may hereafter be allowed commissioned warrant officers of the Navy.
Page 4 - Navy may prescribe, shall have the same rank, pay, allowances, and other benefits as now are or may hereafter be allowed other commissioned warrant and warrant officers in the Navy.
Page 1 - Officers in said grade shall have the same rank, pay, allowances, and other benefits as now are or may hereafter be allowed other warrant officers in the Marine Corps.
Page 1 - Italicized as amended February 16, 1929. Section 4 of this amendatory act reads : " That nothing contained herein shall be construed so as to reduce the pay, allowances, emoluments, or other benefits, including the benefits of the Act of June 10, 1926, forty-fourth Statutes at Large, page 725, that any person now in the service is receiving at the date of the passage of this Act.
Page 1 - States Navy or hereafter appointed therein in accordance with the provisions of this Act shall have the same rank, pay, and allowances as are now or may hereafter be allowed other warrant officers. [Pharmacists shall, after six years from the date of warrant, be commissioned chief pharmacists after passing satisfactorily such examinations as the Secretary of the Navy may prescribe, and shall, when so commissioned, have the same rank, pay, and allowances as now or may hereafter be allowed other commissioned...

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