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ABBREVIATIONS, Ac.
(G) denotes In thi Seniority List a Lieu-
tenant who baa passed for
Gunnery Officer ; in a ship,
an Officer borne for Gunnery
Duties.
In the Seniority List, an
Officer employed in the Sur-
veying Service.
Officers who have passed for
Interpreters.
In a ship, au Officer paid as an
Interpreter.
®. . Officer who has qualified for
Navigating Duties(but has not
passed for first-class ships),
and who is actually employed,
or is available for employ-
ment, on such duties.
Officer who has passed for
first-class ships, and is actu-
ally employed, or is available
for employment, on Naviga-
ting Duties.
In a ship, au Officer borne for
Navigating Duties.
In the Seniority List, a Lieu-
tenant who has qualified in
Engineering. In a Ship, an
Officer borne for Engine Room
Duties.
Officer who has passed the
Warrant Officers' Examina-
tion in Navigation and
Pilotage and who is actually
employed on Navigating
duties, or rs available for
employment on such duties.
Officer who has qualified or
requalified in the Warrant
Officers' Examination in
Navigation and Pilotage at
the Navigation School since it
was established in 1903, and
who is actually employed, or
is available for employment
on Navigating Duties.
Officer granted Staff qualifi-
cation without examination,
in consideration of employ-
ment on Staff duties.
(H)
(I)
fir
®
(N)
(E)
PN
PNj .
qt
©denotes In the Seniority List an Offi-
cer who has served 8 years ai
Secretary to a Flag Officer.
(St) • • * n trie Seniority List an Officer
who is qualified in both
Signalling and Wireless
Telegraphy Duties.
(S) • . In a ship, an Officer qualified
as above who is performing
these Duties.
S . . .In the Seniority List a Mate
who is specially qualified in
Signalling Duties.
In a ship, a Mate qualified as
above who is performing
these Duties.
SB . . Officer who has qualified in
Submarine Duties, and is
available for service in Sub-
marines.
(T) • • I" the Seniority List a Lieu-
tenant who has passed for
Torpedo Officer ; in a ship
an Officer borne for Torpedo
Duties.
® . . In the case of an Officer of the
Military Branch —
Qualified to act as an Instruc-
tor in Physical Training.
In the ease of a Medical Officer —
Has been through a long
course of Physical Training.
(V) . . After the name of a Paym.
Lieut, in the Seniority List
indicates that the Officer was
promoted fro 11 the list of Cd.
Vict. Offrs.
ws . . Officer who is qualified and
eligible for a War Staff
Appointment.
W/T In the Seniority List a Mate
who is specially qualified in
Wireless Telegraphy Duties.
In a ship, a Mate qualified as
above who is performing
these Duties.
HOTB.— Officers whose names are in italics in the List of Ships are those borne** additional
or Supernumerary.

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