United States v. Lenson,
278 U.S. 60 (1928)

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United States v. Lenson, 278 U.S. 60 (1928)

United States v. Lenson

No. 48

Argued October 24, 1928

Decided November 19, 1928

278 U.S. 60


Under the Act of June 10, 1922, a lieutenant of the Staff Corps of the Navy, who has served for fifteen years as enlisted man, warrant officer, and commissioned officer, and whose first appointment to

Page 278 U. S. 61

the permanent service was as a lieutenant, junior grade, of the Staff Corps, corresponding to a first lieutenant in the Army, is not entitled to pay of the fourth period if his total commissioned service does not equal that of a lieutenant commander of the line of the Navy drawing the pay of that period. P. 278 U. S. 62.

63 Ct.Cls. 420 reversed.

Certiorari, 276 U.S. 612, to a judgment of the Court of Claims allowing a claim for pay presented by a lieutenant in the Navy.

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