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EQUIPMENTS- Continued.
(See SIGNAL EQUIPMENTS).

.92
EVENING GUNS.

To be fired daily at all posts supplied with proper ordnance and ammu-
nition.

70
EXAMINATION.

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

.93
An annual, to be made at the artillery school ; lieutenants with instruction

batteries failing to pass a satisfactory, to be barred from promotion till
they shall pass after another year's instruction..

99
EXPENDITURES.

Disallowed, to be hereafter charged against the officer ordering them...... .76
EXTRA PAY.

The three months', to enlisted men for reënlisting was repealed by section
9 of act of August 3, 1861..

October 24
FIELD OFFICERS.

Pay and emoluments of all, and other mounted officers to be same as
those of cavalry officers of same grade.

9
FLORIDA.
State of, embraced in third military district (See DISTRICTS)

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

.15, (II) 17
FOOD.

Secretary of War authorized to issue supplies of, for relief of destitute
in southern and south western States.

.37
FORM.

Publishes, for keeping and stating internal revenue withheld as tax on
salaries of Government employés..

.103
FORT.

Secretary of War authorized to occupy portion of Long Island, Boston
harbor, for erection of a, &c....

.46
FORTIFICATIONS.

Publishes act making appropriations for construction, repairs, &c., of
certain,

(III) 17
FORT MONROE.

An artillery school to be established at, (See ARTILLERY SCHOOL).. .99
FORT RILEY.
Respecting reduction of military reservation of,..

29
FREEDMEN.

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

..15, (II) 17
Publishes act making appropriations for support of Bureau of Refugees
and,

(II) 17
FRUITS.
(See CANNED FRUITS).

.87
FUEL.
Respecting, for school-rooms or chapels at military posts..

.94
FUNDS.

Respecting accounts of officers disbursing recruiting, or contingent
fund of the Adjutant General's Department..

- April 8
Respecting weekly report of, for which disbursing officers are account-
able.

.. September 10
Transportation of deserters arrested by recruiting officers to be paid from
recruiting,

November 20
FURLOUGH.

Publishes order to facilitate return of destitute soldiers on, (See DEPART-
MENTS)

3.
(See ENLISTED MEN).

.. October 24
GARRISON EQUIPAGE.
Publishes cost of,.

102
GARRISONS.

Quartermaster's Department to issue fuel for proper heating of room set
apart at, for school or religious purposes...

94
.59

GENERAL OFFICERS.

To be entitled hereafter to one additional ration for every five years'
service..

9
GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY.

Headquarters of the, to be at Washington city; all orders, & c., relating

to military operations to issue through the, (See ORDERS); not to be
transferred or suspended without consent of the Senate except at his
own request..

. 15, (II) 17
Invested with all powers of appointmeni, suspensions, and removals
granted to District commanders.

(1) 71
GENERAL ORDERS.

Modifies, No. 95 of 1866..
Modifies, No. 6 of 1867.
Revokes paragraph II of, No 6 of 1807
Rescinds part of paragraph I, No. 226, of 1664, establishing ration of hard

bread..
Modifies, No. 58 of 1857..
Explains intent of, No. 68 of 1807 respecting butlers (See DEPART.
MENTS).

August 22
Revokes, No. 4 of 1867.
Amends paragraph III of, No 67 of 1866.

.83
GENERAL SERVICE.

Enlistments for the, may be made of men not less than five foet two

inches in height. (Rescinded by circular of Dec. 2) ....... May 34
GEORGETOWN RAILROAD COMPANY.

Publishes joint resolution to settle claim of assignee of the Wash.
ington, Alexandria and,..

11
GEORGIA.
State of, embraced in Third Military District (See DISTRICTS)

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

15, (II) 17
GRAVES.

In national cemeteries to be marked with a small head-stone ; records of,

how kept; persons destroying or injuring, in any national cemetery
liable on conviction to be fined not less than $5 nos more than $1,00)

and imprisoned not less than fifteen nor more than sixty days...... (VII)
GROUNDS.
Publishes act making appropriation for public buildings and, ..

32
GUNA.

Morning and evening, to be firert daily at all posts supplied with proper
ordnance and ammunition...

70
HARD BREAD.
Ration of, to be hereafter one pound avoirdupois..

62
HEADQUARTERS.
Department of the Cumberland-Louisville, Kentucky

14
Of the General of the Army-Washington city

15, (11) 17
Third Military District-Atlanta, Georgia .
Extra issue of candles allowed to the, of departments, districts, and sub-
districts..

57
HEIRS.

Respecting checks and treasury certificates issued in settlement of claims
of, of colored sailors and soldiers.......

53
HORSE EQUIPMENTS.

Indian scouts allowed forty cents per diem for use of, furnished by
them

56
HORSES.

Indian scouts allowed forty cents per diem for use of, &c., furnished by

them

Publishes regulations respecting public, ...
HOSPITAL STEWARD.
Publishes description of chevrons for a regimental,

40
HULKS.

Secretaries of War and Navy authorized to place vessels and, at disposal

of quarantine commissioners for two years from February 28, 1807 ........ 12

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.49

IMPROVEMENTS.

Respecting surveys and, of western and northwestern rivers..
INDEPENDENCE.
(See NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE).

.66
INDIANA.

Respecting settlement of claims for quartermasters' stores furnished the
government during the Morgan raid through, ..

27
Publishes act to reimburse State of, for moneys expended in enrollment,
&c., of militia forces to aid in suppressing rebellion.

36
Respecting disposition of claims of State of, for moneys expended for
enrolling, &c., militia for the service of the United States

1.61
INDIANS.

Publishes act to establish peace with certain hostile tribes of, (See COM
MISSIONERS)

72
INDIAN SCOUTS.

To be allowed forty-cents per diem for use of horse and horse equip-
ments furnished by them (See ALLOWANCES, MUSTER ROLLS)..

56
INDIAN TERRITORY,
Attached to the Department of the Missouri

.14
INFANTRY.

All regiments of, to be reduced to minimum; reduction-how made 101
INFANTRY TACTICS.

Announces adoption of Upton's,; prohibits all exercises not embraced in
that system...

73
INSTRUCTIONS.

All orders and, relating to military operations to be null and void unless

issued through the General of the army; or, in case of inability, the

next in command (See OFFICERS, MISDEMEANOR IN OFFICE) -15, (II) 17
Publishes, relative to advertising and job printing

90
Respecting course of, at the artillery school..

99
INVALIDS.

Secretary of War to furnish complete suits of clothing to, who are inmates
of any regular soldiers' home.

44
IRON-CLADS.

A joint military and naval board to be appointed to test relative merits of
turret and broadside systems of, .

(III) 17
ISSUES.

Of food to the destitute in the southern and southwestern States to be
made through the Freedmen's Bureau...

37
Extra, of candles allowed to headquarters of districts, departments, and

sub-districts..
Gratuitous, of clothing authorized for all soldiers recovering from con-
tagious diseases.

98
JEFFERSONVILLE, INDIANA.
Post of, annexed to the Department of the Tennessee.

.2
Publishes act making appropriations for erection of fire-proof government

store-houses at,
JOB PRINTING,

Publishes instructions relative to,; communications on subject of, to be ad-
dressed to the Secretary of War...

.90
JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL.
Office of the assistant, at Louisville, discontinued

1
JUDGE ADVOCATES.

Repeals clause of section XII of act of July 28, 1866, providing for re-

tention of, until Secretary of War decides that their services can be dis-
pensed with ; all, to be considered on same footing as other officers of

(IX) 8
KANSAS.

Publishes joint resolution grant land for bridge purposes of,...
KENTUCKY.

Publishes joint resolution providing for payment of certain, militia
forces..

(III) 8
LAKE ERIE.
Respecting surveys for a ship canal to connect Lake Ontario with,

31

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· (II) 17

the army -

.....29

LAKE ONTARIO.

Respecting survey's for a ship canal to connect Lake Erie with,.............31
LAND.

Publishes act authorizing purchase of certain, adjoining the Alleghany
arsenal at Pittsburg

(VI)
Publishes joint resolution to grant, to State of Kansas for bridge purposes...2

(See COMMISSIONERS).
LAWS.

All, of the United States respecting a uniform militia amended by strik-
ing out the word “white".

.9
LONG BRIDGE.
Publishes an act making an appropriation for repair of the,.

(II) 39
LONG ISLAND.

Publishes act to anthorize occupation of portion of, Boston harbor for

military purposes...
LOUISIANA.
State of, embraced in the Fifth Military District (See DISTRICTS)

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

15, (II) 17
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY.
Discontinues office at, of the Assistant Judge Advocate General.

1
MAIL.

Communications to be sent by, as much as possible instead of by tele.
graph...

September 10
MAIMING.

Whipping or, of the person prohibited in the late rebellious States...15, (II) 17
MANAGERS.

Publishes joint resolution appointing two, for National Asylum for Dis.
abled Volunteers.

(1) 17
MANSION.
(See PRESIDENTIAL MANSION)

32
MARINES.
Respecting commutation of rations to, held as prisoners of war....

9
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

Persons who served three years as surgeon or assistant surgeon in the
volunteer force eligible for promotion to grade of captain in the,..

9
MEDICAL STORES.

Secretary of War authorized to sell at first prices any surplus, needed by

the board of directors of the National Asylum for Disabled Volunteers....45
MILEAGE.

To be commuted by shortest route usually traveled; by the Isthmus to

stations west of the Rocky mountains allowed only when such route is

specially designated in orders....
MILITARY ACADEMY.

Pay of professors at the, increased thirty-three and one-third per centum
for two years from July 1, 1866..

9
Repeals section III of joint resolut on of June 16, 1866, relative to ap-
pointment of cadets to the,.

...13, (11) 17
Publishes act making appropriations for support of the, (See CADETS,
PROFESSORS, APPROPRIATIONS).

(I) 17
MILITIA.

Publishes resolution providing for payment of certain forces of Kentucky,.(III) 8
All laws of the United States respecting uniformed, amended by striking
out the word "white".

9
All, now in service in States of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina,

Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas to be
disbanded; no, to be organized, armed, or called into service in those
States unless authorized by Congress.

15, (11) 17
Publishes an act to reimburse States of Ohio and Indiana for movey's ex.

pended in enrollment, &c., of, forces to aid in suppressing rebellion..... .36
Secretary of War to issue arms and equipments to State of Tennessee
suflicient for 10,000,-

50
Respecting disposition of claims of State of Ohio for moneys expended
for enrolling, &c., for the service of the United States.

.60
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MILITIA-Continued.

Respecting disposition of claims of State of Indiana for moneys expended
for enrolling, &c., for service of the United States.....

61
MINORITY.

Expenses of enlistment in cases of rejected recruits on account of, will in

future he recommended to be charged against the officer making it...Jan. 31
MISDEMEANOR IN OFFICE.

Any officer of the government issuing orders, &c., relating to military

operations, except through the General of the army, to be guilty of, .15, (II) 17
MISSISSIPPI.
State of, embraced in Fourth Military District (See DISTRICTS)

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

.15, (II) 17
MISSISSIPPI RIVER.

Secretary of War authorized to build two dredge boats for use at the

mouth of the,
MOLINE WATER COMPANY.

Secretary of War to carry into effect an agreement relative to the, and
the water-power for the arsenal at Rock Island..

30
MONEYS.

Respecting disbursement of appropriation to reimburse State of West
Virginia for, expended in enrolling, &c., militia forces

35
Publishes act to reimburse States of Ohio and Indiana for, expended in

enrollment, &c., of militia forces to aid in suppressing rebellion..
All public, in hands of Commissioner of Public Buildings to be turned

over to the Chief Engineer of the army; such, to be expended by the
Chief Engineer or an officer designated by him..

--(II) 39
All, appropriated for the Washington aqueduct and other public works

in the District of Columbia to be expended under direction of Secretary
of War.

(III) 39
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA.
Rate of commutation of quarters at, fixed at $18 per month..

100
MORNING GUNS.

To be fired daily at all posts supplied with proper ordnance and ammunition....70
MUSICIANS.

Not affected by order prohibiting enlistment of men less than five feet
five inches in height....

... February 18
MUSTERING OFFICERS.

Respecting deposits made by, to the credit of the United States Treas.

urer (See CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT).
MUSTER-OUT.

A, to be made January 1, 1868, of all volunteer officers in service except
Commissioner and disbursing officers of Freedmen's Bureau..

101
MUSTER ROLLS.

Of Indian scouts to set forth particular cases in which they have furnished
their own horses and horse equipments..

56
NATIONAL ASYLUM.

Publishes joint resolution appointing two managers for the, for Disabled
Volunteers.

.(I) 7
Respecting transfer of public property at Point Lookout to the, for Dis.

abled Volunteers..
Secretary of War to turn over barracks, buildings, &c., at Camp Chase,

Ohio, to board of managers of the, for Disabled Volunteers; surplus
clothing, quartermasters' and medical stores may be sold to the board
at first prices.

45
NATIONAL CEMETERIES.

Publishes act to establish and protect, (See GRAVES, BURIALS); superin-

tendents of,—how appointed ; Secretary of War to detail an officer to
make a yearly inspection of,; land for, --how obtained..

(VIII) 8
Announces regulations respecting care of, and selection of superintendents
(See SUPERINTENDENTS).

.64
NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE.

Department commanders to give orders for appropriate observance of ap-
proaching anniversary of the,.

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May 16

(I) 8

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