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(II) 7

(VI) 8

ACT OF CONGRESS-Continued.

An act to establish peace with certain hostile Indian tribes--approved
July 20, 1867.

72
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
Respecting accounts of officers disbursing contingent fund of the,..

April 8
ADVERTISING.

Publishes instructions relative to,; communications on subject of, to be
addressed to the Secretary of War

90
AFRICANS.

Publishes act to suspend payment as compensation to persons claiming

service or labor of, who volunteered or were drafted...
(See SLAVES).

42
Respecting settlement of claims of, in the army or navy (See BUREAU
OF REFUGEES, FREEDMEN, &c).

53
ALABAMA.
State of, embraced in the Third Military District (See DISTRICTS).

.10
All militia forces now in service in State of, to be disbanded (See
MILITIA)..

.15 (II) 17
ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD COMPANY.

· Publishes joint resolution to settle claim of assignee of the Washington,
Georgetown and, .

11
ALLEGHENY ARSENAL.

Publishes act authorizing purchase of certain land adjoining the, at

Pittsburg.
ALLOWANCES.

Of longevity rations extended to general officers and officers on the
retired list..

.9
Per diem, to Indian scouts for use of horses furnished by them to cease
on death or disability of such horses..

56
AMBULANCES.

Publishes regulations respecting public,; no, to be purchased or manufac-
tured hereafter without the order of the War Department...

.88
AMMUNITION.
Respecting allowance of, to artillery batteries for annual practice..

83
ANNIVERSARY.

Department commanders to give orders for appropriate observance of
approaching, of the National Independence..

66
APPOINTMENTS.

Repeals section 1 of act of August 3, 1861, providing for, of an Assistant
Secretary of War..

-9
Repeals section 3 of joint resolution of June 16, 1866, relative to, of
cadets...

.15, (II) 17
In the Capitol police-how made.

.32 (1) 39
Of superintendents of national cemeteries-how made..

..64
Announces, of cadets to corps and regiments of the regular army.

69
District commanders empowered to make civil, (See DISTRICTS)
Announces, by brevet in the regular army.

89
Announces, by brevet in the volunteer force.

.65, 67, 91
Publishes regulations governing, in the army and examination of candi-
dates (See VACANCIES).

93
APPREHENSION.

Recruiting officers to make increased efforts to secure, of deserters.... Sept. 16

- (I) 71

APPROPRIATIONS.

Publishes act making, for support of Military Academy; no part of the,

to be applied to support of cadets appointed after January 1, 1867, from
States declared in rebellion, until such States shall have resumed their
original relation to the Union..

(I) 17
Publishes act making, for the support of the army and Freedmen's Bu

(IT) 17
Publishes act making, for construction and repair of certain fortifications.(III) 17
Publishes an act making, for repair and preservation of certain public
works...

25
Publishes act making, for civil expenses of the government

32

reall..

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued.

Publishes act making, for support in part of the National Soldiers' and

Sailors' Orphan Home in District of Columbia

All, for the Washington aqueduct and other public works in District of

Columbia to be expended under direction of Secretary of War.

(III) 39

Publishes joint resolution making, to defray expenses of reconstruction in

rebel States

41, 51

Of $500,000 to defray expenses of reconstruction to be disbursed under

direction of Paymaster General.

51

Publishes joint resolution making, for purposes of reconstruction in the

rebel States

(11) 71

AQUEDUCT.

(See WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT).

32, (111) 39

ARIZONA.

Respecting traveling expenses of California and Nevada volunteers dis-

charged in, (See TRAVELING EXPENSES)...

(11) 17

ARKANSAS.

State of, embraced in the Fourth Military District (See DISTRICTS).........10

ARMORY.

Secretary of War authorized to increase pay of clerks at United States,

at Springfield, Mass.

32

ARMS.

Secretary of War to issue, to State of Tennessee sufficient for 10,000

militia..

50

ARMY.

Publishes order to facilitate return of destitute enlisted men of the, on

furlough (See DEPARTMENTS).

3

Prescribes uniform for the bands of the,.

5

Publishes instructions to recruiting officers of the. (See ENLISTMENTS); Jan.

uary 31, February 18, May 21, December 2

(See JUDGE ADVOCATES)

(LX) 8

Publishes act increasing the pay of officers of the, (See OFFICERS); con.

tinues increased pay of enlisted men of the, (See PAl); respecting

commutation of rations to soldiers of the, held as prisoners of war;

( See STOREKELPERS, CHAPLAINS, GENERAL OFFICERS, RETIRED LIST).....9

Officers of the, enforcing peopage, directly or indirectly, to be tried by

court martial (See PEOXAGE, COURT MARTIAL)

16

Headquarters of the General of the, to be at Washington city (See GEN.
ERAL ORDERS, OFFICERS).

15, (II) 17

Publishes act making appropriation for support of the,

. (11) 17

(See BREVETS)...

21

Service in the volunteer force to be taken into account in computing

length of service of any officer of the, (See VOLUNTEER FORCE, OFFI.

CERS)..

28

Chief Engineer of the, to perform duties of Commissioner of Public

Buildings.

32, (1) 39

(See CHEVRONS)

40

Respecting settlement of accounts of officers of the, in certain cases.

(See BUREAU OF REFUGEES. FREEDMEN, &c.)

(See TRADING ESTABLISHMENTS)

.54

(See COLORS).

(See RATIONS)

62

(See TOBACCO).

.63

Announces appointment of cadets to corps and regiments of the regular,

General of the, invested with all powers of appointments, removals, and

suspensions granted to district commanders (See DISTRICTS).

(I) 71

(See COMMISSIONERS).

72

Announces adoption of Upton's infantry tactics in the,

73

Modifies paragraph IV, General Regulations for the, (See MILEAGE).
(See CAMPS)

Publishes order requiring more rigid economy in service of the Quarter-

master's Department of the, (See QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT) ......76

(See SUTLERS).

..6, 58, 59, 68, August 22

ARMY- Continued.

Publishes regulations respecting officers of the, holding brevet rank in
the late volunteer force

78
Restores paragraph 895, Revised Regulations of the,

79
(See BATTERIES); modifies paragraph 66, Revised Regulations of the, .83
Officers of the, to sustain United States courts in a faithful administration
of the laws.

85
Respecting employment of counsel by officers of the,

- September 20
Respecting sale of canned fruits and vegetables to officers of the, (See

SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT).
(See REGIMENTS)..

. September 23
Announces appointments by brevet in the regular,

89
Calls attention to General Orders No. 24 of 1859, respecting furloughs to
enlisted men of the, whose term of service is nearly out.

October 24
(See SIGNAL OFFICER)..

92
Publishes regulations governing appointments in the,.

.93
Prohibits employment and payment of soldiers of the, on extra duty as
artificers or wagoners.

95
(See Posts)....

.96
(See CONTRACTS).

97
Authorizes gratuitous issue of clothing for all soldiers of the, recovering
from contagious diseases.

98
(See ARTILLERY SCHOOL).

99
Artillery and infantry regiments of the, to be reduced to minimum ;
reduction-how made..

.101
ARSENAL.
Respecting the purchase of land adjoining the Allegheny,-

(VI) 8
Secretary of War to carry into effect agreement relative to the Moline
Water Company and the water-power for the, at Rock Island...

30
ARTIFICERS.
Prohibits employment and payment of men on extra duty as,.

95
ARTILLERY.

Publishes regulations respecting allowance of ammunition to batteries of,
for annual practice..

.83
All, of the army (except ten light batteries) to be reduced to minimum ;
reduction-how made..

.101
ARTILLERY SCHOOL,

An, to be established at Fort Monroe; announces organization of same

and prescribes rules for its government; the, to be an independent
command and report direct to the General of the army (See EXAMINA-
TION).

.99
ASSIGNEE.

Publishes joint resolution to settle claim of, of the Washington, George-
town, and Alexandria railroad company.

.11
ASYLUM.
(See NATIONAL ASYLUM).

(I) 7, (I) 8, 45
ATTORNEYS.
(See DISTRICT ATTORNEYS).

.. September 20
AUCTION.

Respecting sales by, of wagons and harness turned into the Quartermas-
ter's Department...

.88
BANDS.
Prescribes uniform of the, of the army.

5
BARRACKS.

At Camp Chase, Ohio, to be turned over to the board of managers of the
National Asylum for Disabled Volunteers...

.45
No permanent, to be built hereafter without authority of the War Depart-
ment.

.76
BATTERIES.

Publishes regulations respecting allowance of ammunition to, for annual
practice..

83
All artillery regiments except ten light, to be reduced to minimum. .101
BATTLES.
(See COLORS)..

.55

lost.....

BINOCULAR GLASSES.
How issued by the chief signal officer.......

92
BOARD.

Joint military and naval, to be appointed to test relative merits of turret
and broadside systems of iron-clads.

(III) 17
BOARDS OR REGISTRATION.

To be appointed by district commanders; how composed; duties of,
enumerated.

33
Enumerates powers and duties of,; members of, to take oath of office pre-

scribed for United States officers ; not bound by any opinion of any
civil officer of the United States.

(1) 71
BOATS.

(See DREDGE BOATS)....
BOSTON HARBOR.

Publishes act to authorize occupation of portion of Long Island in, for

military purposes..
BOUNTY.
Respecting payment of, in cases where the discharge papers have been

9
BOYS.

Under twenty-one to be enlisted only for purpose of learning music;

authority for enlistment of, to be obtained from superintendent of the

recruiting service or Adjutant General (See ENLISTMENT)........January 31
BREAD.
The ration of hard, to be hereafter one pound avoirdupois..

62
BREVETS.

President authorized to confer, for services of officers in the volunteer
force prior to their appointment in the regular army.

21
(See OFFICERS)...
Announces appointments by, in the regular army.
Announces appointments by, in volunteer force..

..65, 67, 91
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS.

Rate of commutation of quarters at, increased to $18 per room from Sep-
tember 1, 1867..

84, 100
BUILDINGS.
Publishes act making appropriations for public,

..32
(See COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS).

.32, (1) 39
At Camp Chase, Ohio, to be turned over to the board of managers of the
National Asylum for Disabled Volunteers.

45
BUREAU OF REFUGEES, FREEDMEN, ETC.

Officers of the, to prevent whipping or maiming of the person in the late
rebellious States.

...13, (IT) 17
Publishes act making appropriation for support of the,.

(11) 17
All checks and Treasury certificates issued in settlement of claims of

colored soldiers and sailors or their heirs to be made payable to Com-
missioner of the,: Commissioner of the, held responsible for safe custody
and faithful disbursement of such funds...

53
District commanders to cooperate with Commissioner of the, in reducing
number of employés and volunteers still retained in service...

86
BUREAUS.

Chiefs of, of the War Department to reduce the number of civilian
employés under them to lowest limit practicable....

96
BURIALS.

A register of, in national cemeteries to be kept at each cemetery and in
the Quartermaster General's office.....

(VIII) 8
CADETS.

Repeals section 3 of joint resolution of June 16, 1866, relative to appoint-
ment of,

. 15, (II) 17
Of Military Academy entitled to ration now received by acting midship-
men at Naval Academy (See APPROPRIATIONS)..

(I) 17
Announces appointments of, to corps and regiments of the regular army.....69
CALIFORNIA.

Respecting traveling expenses of, volunteers discharged in New Mexico,
Arizona, or Utah (See TRAVELING EXPENSES)..

-(II) 17

..88

CAMP CHASE, OHIO.

Barracks, buildings, &c., at, to be turned over to board of managers of
National Asylum for Disabled Volunteers..

.45
CAMP EQUIPAGE.
Publishes cost of, -

102
CAMPS.

Prohibits establishment of, on ground occupied for same purpose within
present year..

75
CANAL.
(See SHIP CANAL)......

.31, 43
CANDIDATES.

Publishes regulations governing examination of, for appointment in the
army.

93
CANDLES.

Extra issue of, allowed to headquarters of departments, districts, and
sub-districts.

57
CANNED FRUITS.

Commissary General to provide, at certain posts (See SUBSISTENCE
DEPARTMENT).

87
CAPITOL POLICE.
Members of the,-how appointed..

-32, (I) 39
CARBINES.

$100 to be charged on muster rolls against soldiers losing Spencer's, .. .19
CARRIAGES.

Publishes regulations respecting public,; hereafter no, to be purchased or

manufactured without order of the War Department.
CEMETERIES.
(See NATIONAL CEMETERIES).

-(VIII) 8, 64
CERTIFICATES.
(See TREASURY CERTIFICATES).

53
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.

Original, received by disbursing, mustering and recruiting officers to be

sent to the Treasury through the Adjutant General and Secretary of
War..

-May 16
CHAPEL.

Quartermaster's Department to issue fuel for proper heating of room set
apart as a, at any post or garrison.

.94
CHAPLAINS.
(See Post CHAPLAINS).

9
CHECKS.

Respecting, issued in settlement of claims of colored soldiers and sailors
(See BUREAU OF REFUGEES, FREEDMEN, ETC.)..

.53
CHEVRONS.

Publishes description of, for regimental commissary sergeants and
pital stewards...

40
CIRCULAR.
No. 33 of 1866 revoked.

.January 31
Quartermaster General's, of May 1, 1862, will cease after March 1, 1867,

to apply in settlement of railroad transportation furnished recruits....May 15
Modifies, of February 18, 1867, fixing height of men to be enlisted in the
army.

.May 24
Rescinds, of May 24, 1867..

.. December 2
CIVIL ENGINEERS.

Chief of Engineer Bureau may employ, not to exceed five, to execute
surveys, &c., of western and northwestern rivers...

.49

76

CIVILIANS.

(See EMPLOYÉS).
Publishes regulations respecting employment of, in the several branches

of the service..

.96

CIVIL SERVICE..

Publishes joint resolution giving additional compensation to certain

employés of the, at Washington....

.20

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