Parity of Promotion for Warrant Officers of the Coast Guard: Hearing, Seventy-fourth Congress, First Session, on S. 1820, a Bill to Provide Warrant Officers of the Coast Guard Parity of Promotion with Warrant Officers of the Navy. June 26, 1935

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1935 - United States - 26 pages
Considers (74) S. 1820.
 

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Page 10 - All pay clerks shall, after six years' service as such, be commissioned chief pay clerks, and shall, on promotion, have the rank, pay, and allowances of chief boatswain.
Page 11 - 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 10 - That boatswains, gunners, carpenters, and sailmakers shall after ten years from date of warrant be commissioned chief boatswains, chief gunners, chief carpenters, and chief sailmakers, to rank with but after ensign : Provided, That the chief boatswains, chief gunners, chief carpenters, and chief sailmakers shall on promotion have the same pay and allowances as are now allowed a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps : Provided, That the pay of boatswains, gunners, carpenters, and sailmakers shall...
Page 2 - UNITED STATES SENATE, COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE, Washington, DG The committee met, pursuant to call, at 10 : 30 am, in the committee room, Capitol, Senator Royal S.
Page 11 - July 1, 1922. the monthly base pay of warrant officers of the Navy and Coast Guard shall be as follows: During the first six years of service — at sea, $153; on shore, $135; during the second six years of service — at sea, $168; on shore, $147; after twelve years' service — at sea, $189; on shore, $168.
Page 10 - The title of warrant machinist is hereby changed to machinist; and all machinists shall, after six years from date of warrant, be commissioned chief machinists, to rank with, but after, ensign, and •shall, on promotion, have the same pay and allowances as are allowed chief boatswains, chief gunners, chief carpenters, and chief sailmakers...
Page 10 - 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 10 - ... 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 warrant officers: Provided, That the pharmacists at present in the service...
Page 17 - July 1, 1926, shall be transferred to the regular Coast Guard as chief warrant officers as of that date and shall be commissioned accordingly. Under such regulations as he may prescribe the President is authorized to appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, chief warrant officers of the Coast Guard from the permanent list of warrant officers of the Coast Guard as the needs of the service may require, and such chief warrant officers shall receive the same pay, allowances, and benefits...

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