United States v. SlaymakerAnnotate this Case
263 U.S. 94 (1923)
U.S. Supreme Court
United States v. Slaymaker, 263 U.S. 94 (1923)
United States v. Slaymaker
Argued October 18, 1923
Decided November 12, 1923
263 U.S. 94
The provision of the Act of August 29, 1916, that, when any member of the Naval Reserve Force severs his connection with "the service," without compulsion on part of the government, before the expiration of his term of enrollment, the amount credited to him as a "gratuity " for the purchase of a uniform hall be deducted from any money that may be, or may become, due him was not intended to apply where an officer of that force left it through being commissioned a an officer of the regular Navy. P. 263 U. S. 95.
57 Ct. Clms. 294 affirmed.
Appeal by the United States from a judgment of the Court of Claims awarding recovery of an amount deducted from the pay of a naval officer.
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