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Reserve Corps of the Navy on active duty shall be the same as are now or may hereafter be provided by law for the Medical Reserve Corps of the Army: Provided further, That officers of the Medical Reserve Corps who shall apply for appointment in the Medical Corps of the Navy may, upon the recommendation of the Surgeon General, be placed on active duty by the Secretary of the Navy for instruction and further examination to determine their fitness for commission in the Medical Corps.

SEC. 35. That the Hospital Corps of the United States Navy shall consist of chief pharmacists, pharmacists, and enlisted men classed as chief hospital stewards, hospital stewards first class, hospital stewards second class, hospital stewards third class, and hospital apprentices, corresponding, respectively, to the enlisted ratings of chief petty officer, petty officer first class, petty officer second class, petty officer third class, and ordinary seaman; that pharmacists shall be appointed by the President, and that vacancies in the grade of pharmacists shall be filled, by selection, from the enlisted force of the Hospital Corps of the United States Navy, subject to such examination as the Secretary of the Navy shall prescribe; that the pay, allowances, and emoluments of the enlisted men of the Hospital Corps shall be the same as are now or may hereafter be allowed by law for respective corresponding ratings in the seaman branch: Provided, That the pay of the rating of chief hospital steward shall not be reduced below that allowed by existing law for hospital steward. SEC. 36. That the full strength of the Corps of Chaplains of the United States Navy on the active list shall be fixed hereafter on July first of each year at one officer of said corps for each twenty thousand tons, and fractions in proportion, of the battleships and cruisers of the Navy as ascertained in section one of this act: Provided, That the present authorized strength of the Corps of Chaplains shall not hereby be reduced: Provided further, That the total authorized strength of said corps shall not hereby be increased more than ten per centum nor decreased more than five per centum in any fiscal year: And provided further, That the authorized strength of the Corps of Chaplains for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1914, shall be twenty-six.

SEC. 37. That chaplains shall be eligible to promotion to the next higher rank when they shall have served three years in the rank of lieutenant (junior grade) and eleven years in the ranks of lieutenant (junior grade) and lieutenant combined: Provided, That chaplains may be promoted at any time to fill a vacancy in the next higher rank: And provided further, That before appointment to or promotion in rank in the Corps of Chaplains they shall pass such examinations as the Secretary of the Navy shall prescribe.

SEC. 38. That the Corps of Professors of Mathematics of the United States Navy on the active list shall consist hereafter of twelve officers, of whom three shall be professors of mathematics with the rank of captain; four, professors of mathematics with the rank of commander; and five, professors of mathematics with the rank of lieutenant commander: Provided, That appointees to said corps shall be not less than thirty nor more than forty years of age at the time of such appointment: Provided further, That before appointment to or promotion in rank in said corps they shall pass such examinations as the Secretary of the Navy shall prescribe: And provided further, That section 1528, Revised Statutes, be, and the same is hereby, repealed.

SEC. 39. That the full strength of the Corps of Civil Engineers of the United States Navy on the active list shall be fixed hereafter on July first of each year at one officer of said corps for each twenty thousand tons, and fractions in proportion, of the battleships and cruisers of the Navy as ascertained in section one

of this act: Provided, That the present authorized strength of the Corps of Civil Engineers shall not hereby be reduced: Provided further, That the total authorized strength of said corps shall not hereby be increased more than ten per centum nor decreased more than five per centum in any fiscal year: And provided further, That the authorized strength of the Corps of Civil Engineers for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1914, shall be forty-four.

SEC. 40. That hereafter the Corps of Civil Engineers shall comprise civil engineers with the rank of captain, commander, and lieutenant commander, assistant civil engineers with the rank of lieutenant, lieutenant (junior grade), and ensign, and acting assistant civil engineers with the rank of ensign. On the passage of this act the active list of said corps shall be arranged in the several grades and ranks in such manner that officers of said corps shall have the same rank, so far as authorized for the Corps of Civil Engineers, and as specified in this section, as line officers of the same precedence; and therafter officers of the Corps of Civil Engineers shall be promoted to the next higher of said ranks, with corresponding grade, when the line officer with whom or next after whom they take precedence is promoted to the corresponding grade in the line: Provided, That no officer shall be promoted in rank in the Corps of Civil Engineers until he shall have passed such examination as the Secretary of the Navy shall prescribe.

SEC. 41. That hereafter appointments to the Corps of Civil Engineers, except the appointments thereto of graduate midshipmen and ensigns, as provided in section 9 of this act, shall be made only after such prospective appointees shall have served a probationary period of two years, as nearly as may be practicable, as acting assistant civil engineers, which grade is hereby authorized and established. Candidates for appointment to said grade shall be graduates of a school of civil engineering of good standing, shall qualify in a competitive professional examination before a board of officers of said corps designated by the Secretary of the Navy, and under such rules as the Secretary of the Navy shall prescribe, and shall be between the ages of twentyone and twenty-six years at the time of such appointment, which shall be made by and shall be revocable at the will of the Secretary of the Navy, and shall otherwise be subject to existing law for appointments to the Corps of Civil Engineers; and the rank, pay, and allowances of acting assistant civil engineers shall be the same as for ensigns; and said acting assistant civil engineers shall be subject to the laws governing pensions, gratuities and other benefits in the naval service, but shall not be entitled to retirement or retirement pay. Said probationary period shall end two years from July first of the calendar year of original entry, and the number of appointments to said grade to be made in any calendar year shall be the number required to fill existing vacancies and prospective vacancies by operation of law in the authorized strength of said corps in the same calendar year: Provided, That graduate midshipmen and ensigns who may qualify under existing law for appointment to the Corps of Civil Engineers and shall be assigned to said corps shall be commissioned assistant civil engineers with the rank of ensign, and shall take rank and precedence in said corps in accordance with the official order of precedence of officers, which order shall not be changed. Upon the completion of the probationary period, as herein prescribed, acting assistant civil engineers shall, if qualified, be commissioned assistant civil engineers with the rank of lieutenant (junior grade), in the order of merit as determined by their probationary service, and under such rules as the Secretary of the Navy shall prescribe.

SEC. 42. That when in June of any year there is a prospect

that the numbers resulting in the grade of civil engineer in the ranks of captain and commander after the ensuing July first promotions in accordance with the provisions of sections ten and forty of this act will exceed in said ranks combined twenty per centum of the full strength of the Corps of Civil Engineers, the Secretary of the Navy shall convene a board composed of two flag officers and the three highest ranking available civil engineers, and shall place at its disposal the service and medical records on file in the Navy Department of all the officers of the Corps of Civil Engineers in the ranks of captain and commander, or due by length of service for promotion to the rank of commander. Said board shall then, as soon as practicable on or after said July first, select for retirement, no member to vote on the name of any officer his senior, a sufficent number of said officers in said ranks as they will exit on said July first, after the promotions and voluntary retirements due on that date shall have been made, to reduce the total number of civil engineers of the ranks of captain and commander combined on said July first to said twenty per centum of the full strength of the Corps of Civil Engineers. The same procedure in regard to oaths (or affirmation) shall be followed as prescribed in section twelve of this act, and the finding and action thereon shall be inaccordance with the requirements and subject to the provisos of section thirteen of this act: Provided, That the combined number of transfers of such officers to the retired list from said ranks of captain and commander on July first of any year shall not exceed ten per centum of the actual number in said ranks combined at the time of said transfer.

SEC. 43. That two officers not below the rank of lieutenant commander shall be detailed as assistants to each of the bureaus of the Navy Department, and, in case of the death, resignation, retirement, completion of term of appointment, absence, or sickness of the chief of the bureau, shall, in order of rank, unless otherwise directed by the President, as proIvided by section one hundred and seventy-nine of the Revised Statutes, perform the duties of such chief until his successor is appointed or such absence or sickness shall cease.

SEC. 44. That warrant officers in grades as authorized by present law and this act, including electricians, which grade is hereby authorized and established, may be appointed by the President as may be necessary for the naval service not to exceed twenty in the same grade in any fiscal year. Electricians shall be eligible for appointment as chief electricians after six years from date of warrant, and the rank, pay, and allowances in the several grades of warrant officers and commissioned warrant officers shall be the same as now provided by law for boatswains and chief boatswains, respectively, and the allowances shall include also heat and light allowances to correspond to the allowance of quarters: Provided, That all warrant officers shall be examined for promotion by such examining boards as the Secretary of the Navy shall designate: Provided further, That chief carpenters and carpenters and chief electricians and electricians shall be eligible for appointment to the grade of ensign under the restrictions imposed by law upon the appointment to that grade of other commissioned warrant officers and warrant officers: And provided further, That chief boatswains, chief gunners, chief machinists, chief carpenters, and chief electricians, not to exceed a total at any time of six in each grade, who shall have served zealously, and who shall pass such examinations as the Secretary of the Navy shall prescribe, may after twenty years from date of warrant be commissioned lieutenants (junior grade) not in the line of promotion; and chief

sailmakers and chief pharmacists, not to exceed a total at any time of six in each grade, who shall have served zealously, and who shall pass such examinations as the Secretary of the Navy shall prescribe, may after twenty years from date of warrant be advanced in their respective grades to the rank of lieutenant (junior grade).

SEC. 45. That the full strength of the enlisted personnel of the Marine Corps of the United States on the active list shall be fixed hereafter on July first of each year at a number equivalent to twenty per centum of the full strength of the enlisted personnel of the Navy on the active list for the same year. The authorized numbers for any fiscal year shall be distributed in such noncommissioned and other ranks as the Secretary of the Navy shall determine on the recommendation of the Commandant of the Marine Corps, with the approval of the President: Provided, That the present authorized strength of the enlisted personnel of the Marine Corps shall not hereby be reduced: And provided further, That the authorized numbers of such enlisted personnel for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1914, shall be ten thousand five hundred.

SEC. 46. That the full strength of the commssioned personnel of the Marine Corps, line and staff, on the active list shall be fixed hereafter on July first of each year at forty such officers for each one thousand men, and fractions in proportion, of the full strength of the enlisted personnel of said corps on the active list; and the number of commissioned officers of the staff departments of the Marine Corps on the active list shall be seven and one-half per centum, to the nearest whole number, of the total of said commissioned personnel: Provided, That acting second lieutenants shall be counted in the total of said commissioned personnel: Provided further, That the present authorized strength of said total personnel shall not hereby be reduced: And provided further, That the authorized strength of said commissioned personnel of the Marine Corps shall not hereby be increased more than ten per centum nor decreased more than five per centum in any fiscal year.

SEC. 47. That on the passage of this act the authorized strength of the line of the Marine Corps on the active list shall be distributed in the several grades in the proporton of one general officer, four colonels, five lieutenant colonels, thirteen majors, fifty-two captains, and one hundred and ten first and second lieutenants and acting second lieutenants; and the same proportional distribution shall be followed hereafter in the data for the annual estimates required by section one of this act: Provided, That the authorized strength of the commissioned officers of the Marine Corps, line and staff, on the active list on the passage of this act and for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1914, shall not exceed three hundred and seventy-six, as herewith enumerated: One major general commandant, eight colonels, nine lieutenant colonels, twenty-five majors, ninety-eight captains, two hundred and six first and second lieutenants and acting second lieutenants, one adjutant and inspector with the rank of colonel, two assistant adjutants and inspectors with the rank of lieutenant colonel, three assistant adjutants and inspectors with the rank of major, one quartermaster wth the rank of colonel, two assistant quartermasters with the rank of lieutenat colonel, three assistant quartermasters with the rank of major, eleven assistant quartermasters with the rank of captain, one paymaster with the rank of colonel, one assistant paymaster with the rank of lieutenant colonel, two assistant paymasters with the rank of major, and two assistant paymasters with the rank of captain.

SEC. 48. That hereafter appointments to the Marine Corps, except the appointments thereto of graduate midshipmen and ensigns, who shall take rank as provided in section nine of this act, shall be made only after such prospective appointees shall have served a probationary period of two years, as nearly as may be practicable, as acting second lieutenant, which grade is hereby authorized and established. Candidates for appointment to such grade shall be between the ages of nineteen and twenty-three years at the time of such appointment; which shall be made by and shall be revocable at the will of the Secretary of the Navy, and shall otherwise be subject to existing law for appointments to the Marine Corps; and the rank, pay, and allowances of acting second lieutenants shall be the same as for second lieutenants; and said acting second lieutenants shall be subject to the laws governing pensions, gratuities, and other benefits in the Marine Corps, but shall not be entitled to retirement or retirement pay. Said probationary period shall end two years from July first of the calendar year of original entry, and the number of appointments to said grade to be made in any calendar year shall be the number required to fill existing vacancies and prospective vacancies by operation of law in the authorized strength of the commissioned personnel of said corps in the same calendar year.

SEC. 49. That upon the completion of the probationary service as prescribed in section forty-eight preceding, acting second lieutenants shall, if qualified, be commissioned second lieutenants in the order of merit as determined by their probationary service, and under such rules as the Secretary of the Navy shall prescribe; and such commissions shall date from July first of the calendar year of appointment as acting second lieutenant, but shall not carry any claim for back pay. Officers not so commissioned shall be honorably discharged from the service. Second lieutenants, after three years' total service from date of first commission, shall, if qualified, be promoted to the grade of first lieutenant. Thereafter officers of the line of the Marine Corps may be promoted at any time, in the order of seniority, to fill a vacancy in the next higher grade, and shall be promoted, subject to the examination required by law, after completing periods of total service, counting from July first of the calendar year of date of first commission, as herewith enumerated: First lieutenants, ten years; captains, eighteen years; majors, twenty-four years; lieutenant colonels, thirty years: Provided, That officers who shall have gained or lost numbers shall be considered to have gained or lost service accordingly: And provided further, That such promotions, for the first ten years after the passage of this act, shall not cause at the time an excess in any grade of more than ten per centum of the authorized numbers in such grade; nor after ten years an excess at the time of more than fifteen per centum in any grade; and said excess shall be reduced immediately by retirements from the whole grade, as provided in section 52 of this act.

SEC. 50. That the numbers in the several grades of the Marine Corps determined by the requirements of this act on July first of any year shall obtain throughout the fiscal year, and vacancies occurring during the year shall, subject to the provisions of section forty-nine preceding regarding the promotion of acting second lieutenants, be filled in order of seniority from the grade below.

SEC. 51. That the general officers required by section fortyseven of this act shall be selected by the President from the colonels or lieutenant colonels of the line on the active list. The general officers other than the commandant shall have

the rank of brigadier general. Hereafter, when a vacancy shall occur in the office of major general commandant of the Marine Corps, the President shall appoint to such vacancy, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, an officer of the Marine Corps on the active list not below the rank of lieutenant colonel, who shall hold office as such major general commandant for a term of four years, but such appointment shall not create a vacancy in the grade from which such officer may be appointed or to which he may be promoted during the period of such appointment: Provided, That any officer who shall be retired from active service while holding the office of major general commandant, or who shall have served a full term as major general commandant, shall, upon retirement, be retired with the rank, pay, and allowances authorized by law for a major general retired.

SEC. 52. That when in June of any year there is a prospect that the numbers of colonels, lieutenant colonels, majors, or captains of the line of the Marine Corps that will result after the ensuing July first promotions in accordance with the provisions of section forty-nine of this act will exceed the authorized numbers of their respective grades, the Secretary of the Navy shall convene a board composed of two flag officers and the three highest ranking available general officers or colonels of the line, and shall place at its disposal the service and medical records on file in the Navy Department of all the officers of the line in the grades of colonel, lieutenant colonel, major, and captain, or due by length of service for promotion to the grade of captain. Said board shall then, as soon as practicable on or after said July first, select for retirement, no member to vote on the name of any officer his senior, a sufficient number of said officers in each grade as it will exist on said July first, after the promotions and voluntary retirements due on tnat date shall have been made, to reduce the total number of colonels, lieutenant colonels, majors, and captains of the line on said July first to the authorized numbers of said respective grades. The same procedure in regard to oaths (or affirmation) shall be followed as prescribed in section twelve of this act, and the finding and action thereon shall be in accordance with the requirements and subject to the provisos of section thirteen of this act.

SEC. 53. That the total authorized strength of the staff department as required by section forty-six of this act shall be assigned in the ratio, to the nearest whole number, as nearly as may be practicable, of twenty per centum to the Adjutant and Inspector's Department, fifty-five per centum to the Quartermaster's Department, and twenty-five per centum to the Paymaster's Department. The distribution in grades in each department shall be in the same proportions, to the nearest whole number, as nearly as may be practicable, as required for the line by section forty-seven of this act down to and including majors, with the addition in the Quartermaster's Department of three captains for every major of the authorized proportion, and in the Paymaster's Department two captains for every major of said authorized proportion: Provided, That the proportion assigned to general officers in the line shall be included with that of colonels in the line in determining the number of colonels in the staff department.

SEC. 54. That the provisions of this act relating to compulsory retirement of officers in excess in any grade, except for age or disability, shall not apply in time of war or threatened war.

SEC. 55. That all acts and parts of acts, so far as they conflict with the provisions of this act, be, and the same are hereby, repealed.

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The Navy League is arranging with a number of naval officers on the retired list for a speaking campaign before the commercial organizations of the West and South, as well as the larger universities. This series of notable talks was opened by Colonel Robert M. Thompson, at Princeton University, November 12, when he addressed an audience consisting of more than five hundred persons, including members of the faculty and students. President John Grier Hibben introduced Colonel Thompson, whose address was listened to with unusual interest. At the conclusion of the lecture, a reception was tendered Colonel Thompson and his party, by President Hibben. Rear Admiral Richard Wainwright will open the Western speaking campaign by addressing the Commercial Club of Kansas City, Missouri, November 19.

PANAMA CANAL TRIP

In response to suggestions received from a number of Navy League members, the Secretary's office has made arrangements for two Navy League parties to visit the Panama Canal and the West Indies the coming winter. Complete arrangements will be made for a thorough inspection of the work. The magnitude of the work and the stupendous engineering feat accomplished will be hidden from view once he water is turned into the Panama Canal, which will be within a few months.

805 15th St. N.W., Washington, D.C.

Tour No. 1 (sailing from Key West, Florida) Atlantic Coast Line, Florida special, limited train (Pennsylvania Station) leaving New York City, January 19, at about 12:30 noon, arriving at Key West at 7:20 A.M., January 21. Members from other cities can connect with train at other points or join party at Key West.

Steamship Evangeline (5,650 tons) sails from Key West, January 21. Eleven days round trip from Key West; fifteen days round trip from New York.

Itinerary

Lv. Key West .
Ar. Colon, Canal Zone.
Lv. Colon, Canal Zone.
Ar. Kingston, Jamaica
Lv. Kingston, Jamaica
Ar. Havana, Cuba.
Lv. Havana, Cuba.
Ar. Key West, Fla.

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New York to Key West and return, including fare, berth, and meals.

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Key West to Canal Zone and return, including meals and berth for entire trip.

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Arrangements can be made for stop-over privileges at Miami, Palm Beach, St. Augustine, and other points of interest in Florida.

$100.00

110.00

A liberal reduction will be made to parties of ten or more making the round trip to Key West together, and a decided reduction, with use of special train, can be secured for a party of seventy-five.

Tour No. 2 (sailing from New York)

Ked Cross Line steamer Stephano (5,000 tons), sailing from New York, February 4, 1913. Party limited to 150 persons. The rates, including meals and berth, are from $130 up. A few state-rooms, with berths for three or four, are offered at even lower rates.

The itinerary will include Bermuda, Jamaica, the Panama Canal Zone, and Havana.

These tours will be open to League members and their friends, including ladies. Should you be interested and desire further information, please write immediately to the Secretary's office, Navy League of the United States, Southern Building, Washington, D. C.

Members unable to take either of the above tours, who desire information as to the various steamship lines, rates, and itineraries, will be gladly given data, on application, should they wish to visit the Panama Canal at a different date.

Ships marked * should be addressed in care of Postmaster, New York; ships marked ‡ should be addressed "Pacific Station, via San Francisco, Cal."; ships marked & should be addressed "Asiatic Station, via San Francisco, Cal."

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Hartford.
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