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Johnston, Captain George H., dismissed the service....

470
Joint Resolution of Congress explanatory of the Act to suppress Insurrection, etc.... 343
Jones, Major Llewellyn, retired from service...

213
Jones, Captain E. C., Court Martial proceedings in case of..

316
Judd, Major Henry B., retired from service.......

213
Judge Advocate General, office of, created.....

348
for each Army in the field authorized...

848
to be sworn in presence of the Prisoner.

412

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Kearney, Lieutenant Colonel James, retired from service....
Kellogg, Captain Lyman M., dismissed the service.....
Kerr, Brevet Second Lieutenant John M., dropped from the Rolls..
Kessler, Private John, trial and death sentence of.....,
Key, Major John J., dismissed the service...
Knowlton, Captain Miner,retired from service...

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Larned, Paymaster General B. F., death of, announced....
Lawson, Surgeon General Thomas,
Leaves of Absence prohibited except in extraordinary cases..
Lefler, Lieutenant Christopher, dismissal of, revoked....
Leonard, Military Storekeeper Luther, retired from service..
Letters written by Soldiers not to be Prepaid......

received by officers for transmittal through the Lines to persons in the Enemy's

country, to be sent to the Dead Letter Office
to officers and men detained as Prisoners by the Insurgents...
official copies of, not to be given to unauthorized Persons on pain of dis-

missal.....
Letz, Frederick, trial and death sentence of..
Lewis, Sely, proceedings in case of...
Light Artillery, duty of buying horses for, re-transferred to Quartermasters' Depart-

ment.
Live Officers of old Regiments transferred to new Regiments to retain their rank.....
List Officers exchanged as Prisoners of War......
Livingston, Captain Brockholst, retired from service..
Lombard, Lieutenant dismissed the service,
Lost Discharge Papers, how rectified.....
Lovell, Major Christopher S., retired from service..
Lunt, Private William, sentence of death in case of...
Lyon, Brigadier General Nathaniel, death of, announced...

Joint resolution of Congress in recognition of the
services of...'....
Lynde, Major Isaac, dropped from the Rolls..

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Macrae, Major Nathaniel C., retired from service.......
Majors, three authorized for a Cavalry Regiment of twelve Companies...
Mann, Additional Paymaster James, dismissed the service...
Martindale, Brigadier General, opinion of Court of Inquiry in case of..
Mason, Lieutenant Isaac, cashiered..

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Maury, Captain Dabney H., dismissed the service.......

79
McClellan, Major General George B., assigned to Department of the Ohio...

32
to command Fortifications of Wasbington... 385

relieved of con.mand of Army of Potomac.. 450
McClernand, Major General J. A., assigned to Thirteenth Army Corps..

470
McCormick, Lieutenant Wm. J., dismissed the service....

334
McCreery, Lieutenant Wm. H., dismissed the service...

62
McDowell, Brigadier General Irvin, assigned to Geoyraphical Department in Vir-
givia....

61, 249
McHenry, Colonel John H., dismissed the service...

461
McLellan, Lieutenant Curwen B., restored to service...

472
dfcMurdy, Lieutenant E. D., dropped from the Rolls.

249
McNab, Captain John, dismissed the service......

79
Medals of Honor to Enlisted Men for gallantry in action..

335
Medical Department of the Army, additions to.....

43, 253, 258
Directors in certain cases to organize Examining Boards..

78
to approve and countersign Certificates of Disability.

363
duties of, relative to Sick and Wounded..

296
to certify extra issues of Clothing to sick and wounded..

327
of Army Corps, approval of, required on Surgeons' certificates for
Leaves of Absence to Officers ...

363
Purveyors charged with purchase of all Medical supplies.

253
Bonds of...

350, 390
Officers or Hospital Stewards, transfer of..

249
pot to be held as Prisoners of War...

261
giving Certificates of Disability without proper cause to be reported
for dismissal

363
Inspector General to have charge of Sanitary condition of the Army...

253
authorized to discharge Enlisted Men..

257, 296
Inspectors, eight added to the Medical Department...

253
Certificate of Discharge made by.

295, 298
Storekeepers, regulations governing Appointment of..

258
when appointed, to give Bond in amount of $40,000..

258
Corps of the Army, additions to....

253
Members of Bands not Musicians to be discharged..

168
of Congress forbidden to participate in Contracts..

338
Middle Department created, under Major General Dix....

245
Mileage Allowance to Officers reduced to six cents per mile..

345
Military Academy, graduates of, attached to the Army

43, 80
Establishment, an Act to increase the

85
Board for examination of Volunteer Officers.

89
Post, every, to bave one Sutler appointed by the Secretary of War..

225
Storekeepers, President authorized to appoint, not exceeding twelve

321
Custody, all persons in, for discouraging Enlistments, etc., to be discharged.. 457
and Naval Commanders to employ as laborers persons of African descent 367
Commissions, allowances to Witnesses in attendance before..

412
Commanders in Cities, duties of, etc.

250, 256, 296
may discharge Paroled men

297, 299
Militia service not to exceed Nine months'.

347
mode of Organization of.....

343
Miller, Lieutenant Wesley F., Court Martial proceedings in case of

325
Lieutenant Thomas E., retired from service.

444
Mills, Lieutenant Samuel F.,

218
Mill Spring, Congratulatory Order of President respecting victory of.

224
Minority, Discharges on ground of, prohibited

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Minors, Recruiting Officers enlisting, must determine their exact age..

178
discharged without Pay or allowances.......

91
not to be Mustered in without consent of Parents

151
discharge of, enlisted without consent of Parents, repealed.

234, 298
Missouri, Militia force authorized to be raised in the State of.

174, 234
payment to State of, for expenses of Arming and Equipping troops, etc..... 850
Mitchell, Brigadier General, assigned to the Department of the Ohio

162
Mode of Conducting the Draft.

361
Monthly Returns of Troops to be promptly made by Commanders

158, 246
of Regiments to be transmitted direct to Adjutant General

413
Morris, Brigadier General T. A., to be honorably discharged....

84
Lieutenant Colonel Thompson, retired from service
Governeur,

212
Lieutenant Ira L., casbiered.

383
More, Adjutant Thomas T.,

883
Morse, Lieutenant Samuel B., dismissal of, revoked..

472
Mortuary Records to be transmitted to Adjutant General

153
Mounted Officers authorized to take one or two horses from the Public Stables

78
Regiinents, Officers commanding, specially referred to G. O. No. 50 of 1861 .

90
Mountain Department extended Eastward

262
Murphy, Paymaster Dennis, dismissed the service.

83
Musicians, two to be enlisted for each company of Cavalry, to be rated and paid as
Privates....

887
Mustering Officers to make requisitions for Horses and Horse Equipments.

82
to promptly Muster out Volunteer regiments entitled to discharge. 83
to report completion of Muster to the Adjutant General..

90
to notify when the Regiment will be equipped, etc.

90
to cause inspection of Battalion or Regiment at conclusion of Mus-
ter.

90, 315
appointed Disbursing Officers of the Recruiting Fund
to sign Subsistence Returns.

103
to administer Oath of Allegiance to Recruits

153
to supply Subsistence both prior and subsequent to Muster

167
to report names of Recruiting Lieutenants Mustered

315
of each State to contract for uncooked rations for Drafted Militia .. 383
before Mustering Chaplains to require copy of proceedings on
which the appointment is based ...

387
prohibited from paying Recruiting accounts incurred prior to July
1st, 1862..

461
to report to Department Commander completion of Muster of any
force

472
Volunteers, Officers employed in, to forward Muster-in Rolls to the Adju-
tant General

177
Muster into service of any force, when completed, to be reported to Commander of
Department....

472
Mustered into service, no Volunteer to be, unless able to speak English.

83
no person to be, under the age of Eighteen...

234
po Volunteers or Militia to be, on condition of confining their

service to limits of any State, except in Missouri and
Maryland

234
the Caralry service, no person to be, who does not exhibit good horse-
manship....

365
Muster for Pay to take place every two months

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Names of Battles to be inscribed on Guidons or Colors of Regiments

239
Newton, Major Washington J., retired from service

213
New Regiments of Volunteers, organization of...

315
Newport Barracks discontinued as a Chaplain Post.

452
Nenber, Lieutenant August Q., dismissed the service

472
Non-commissioned Staff to be selected by the Colonel of the Regiment.

33, 35, 40
Officers of Regular Army, where competent to be appointed Second
Lieutenants....

177
No Officer to visit Washington without special authority....

368
of the Army to seize Cotton or other property of individuals unless to pre-
vent destruction by the enemy, etc.

382
or Enlisted Man in excess of legal organization to be recognized as in ser-
vice ....

387
to be relieved and sent to report in Washington..

398
No Person acting in capacity of a Supernumerary to receive pay

387
North Carolinians, one Regiment of, to be accepted in service ...

162
Nowrie, Private Robert, trial of, by Court Martial

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Oath of Allegiance, Officers of the Army to take anew the

31
to be taken by Cadets now or hereafter entering Military Academy 94
in Enlistment, may be administered by any Commissioned Officer

of the Army..
Aliens residing in the United States not to take a general or
qualified...

326
must in all cases be voluntarily taken

366
to Recruit to be administered by Civil Magistrate

103
of Recruit conclusive as to his Age

234
of Office, Act to prescribe an

824
Oaths or Paroles, persons violating, will be punished according to Usages of War.... 366
Object of the War declared to be the practical restoration of Constitutional Relations
between the States ..

392
Officers Mustering in Troops admonished against Borrowing Men

83
out Troops will charge on Rolls the indebtedness of Troops to the
State by which they were furnished

84
of Volunteer Regiments found unfit for position on Examination will be re-
jected ....

84
serving Forty consecutive years will be retired.

95, 103, 346
partially retired entitled to wear Uniform, etc..

96
absent from duty exceeding Six months not to receive allowances named 96
of the Navy, Forty years in service, to be retired ...

96
of Army, Navy, or Marine Corps quitting post on tender of resignation to be
registered as deserters, etc.

98
of Volunteers who resign, prohibited from re-entering the service....

101
already Mustered can Muster Recruits into service, 103; revoked..

223
detailed for Recruiting duty to report to nearest Mustering Officer..

153
permitted to wear the Light Blue Overcoat.

177
and Men taken Prisoners not to be dropped from Muster Rolls.

256
absent from their Regiments without sufficient cause

261
put under Arrest to be furnished with Copy of Charges within eight days.... 345
absent without leave to draw no pay until a Court or Commission shall act
upon, and determine legality of absence....

362, 363

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Officers of Volunteers absent from duty on account of disease contracted before entry
into service to be Mustered out.....

363
overstaying Leave of Absence, to be tried therefor as a Military offence .... 363
of Regular Army to receive Leaves of Absence to accept rank of Colonel in
Volunteer regiments ...

366
on Leave of Absence, restricted to limits of their own Military Department.. 369
not entitled to Forage or Commutation therefor

390
and men of the discharged three months' Volunteer Regiments exchanged or
released on Parole, declared Mustered out....

369
detailed for duty in Engineers not entitled to Cavalry pay unless mounted....
forbidden to give copies of Official letters to unauthorized Persons..

407
Offences punishable by Regimental Court Martial, hereafter tried by a Field Officer of
the Regiment detailed...

348
Official Communications to the Adjutant General received and sent free of Postage.. 166
Powers of a Civil nature, exercise of, in Virginia, orders respecting...

176
Ogle, Lieutenant Chas. H., dropped from the Rolls.

31
Ohio Volunteers, an Act for the Relief of.......

100
Ojo-del-Oso, Military Post of, to be known as Fort Fauntleroy...
Opposing the Draft, all Persons held in custody for, to be discharged.

457
Opinion of Secretary of War respecting Act of Congress for punishment of fraud in
Contracts.....

298
Orderlies not to be taken away by Generals when relieved of their Commands... 398
Ordnance Department to furnish horse Equipments to Cavalry Companies.

82
additions to.....

93
Enlisted men of, how designated.....

320
estimates for, to be forwarded to Adjutant General by Department Com.
manders...

232
Sergeants authorized to be paid on their Descriptive Lists.

327
and ordnance Stores, regulations modified concerning sale of....

453
Organization of Volunteer force, plan of, under President's Proclamation of May, 1861. 32

modified..
Regular Army and increase of.

36
the eleven Regiments added to the Military Establishment

64
Field and Staff of Regiments to conform to G. 0. 15, of 1861.

78
Volunteer Regiments, persons in excess of, to be discharged..

78
Militia force in State of Missouri....

174
Regiments and Companies of the Volunteer Army..

386

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Paragraph 1292, Revised Regulations, revoked.......

164
Parcels directed to Adjutant General to be so marked as to indicate contents.

359
Parker, Brevet Second Lieutenant Jas. P., dismissed the service..

83
Paroled Prisoners, regulations concerning removal of......

299
discharge of, at their own request, rescinded.

299
to repair to Camps named...

299
Troops to repair to designated camps...

455
Parole, Volunteer officers and Enlisted men on, to be considered on leave until noti-
fied of exchange or discbarge..

250
Prisoners of War released on...

411
Passes for transportation of Drafted men discharged for Disability, etc

462
Patterson, Major General Robert, honorably discharged the service.

83
Lieutenant Chas. E., dismissed the service...

63
Patten, Captain J. V., dismissal of, revoked..

391
Pay for use and risk of horse, etc.

34, 61, 88

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