Titre: Canada and Her Soldiers, 1919
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Source: Archives of Manitoba, P4453A, South Dakota Historical Society File 2
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Where 31 days’ pay and allowance is less than $100
in the case of a married man, or a man on whose
behalf Separation Allowance is issuable, then $100
will be paid in place of one month’s pay and
allowance.
Where 31 days’ pay and allowance is less than $70
in the case of a man without dependents eligible to
receive Separation Allowance, then $70 will be paid
in place of one month’s pay and allowance.
For those who served at the front in any actual
theatre of war, and who were discharged prior to the
passing of the Order-in-Council, its provisions are
made retroactive to the beginning of the war.
SERVICE IN CANADA.
This refers to members of the Land Forces who
were on the strength on the date of the Armistice,
and have not been Overseas.
3 years and over...92 days’ pay and allowances.
2 to 3 years...61 days’ pay and allowances.
1 to 2 years...31 days’ pay and allowances.
Less than 1 year...No gratuity.
For Naval Forces effectually the same provisions
are made, and similar procedure of payment.
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