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discharge of, enlisted without consent of Parents, repealed
Minors, Recruiting Officers enlisting, must determine their exact age..
discharged without Pay or allowances.....
payment to State of, for expenses of Arming and Equipping troops, etc.....
Monthly Returns of Troops to be promptly made by Commanders
of Regiments to be transmitted direct to Adjutant General.
Morse, Lieutenant Samuel B., dismissal of, revoked..
Mortuary Records to be transmitted to Adjutant General
Mounted Officers authorized to take one or two horses from the Public Stables
Regiments, Officers commanding, specially referred to G. O. No. 50 of 1861.
Murphy, Paymaster Dennis, dismissed the service
Musicians, two to be enlisted for each Company of Cavalry, to be rated and paid as
Mustering Officers to make requisitions for Horses and Horse Equipments ....
to promptly Muster out Volunteer regiments entitled to discharge.
to cause inspection of Battalion or Regiment at conclusion of Mus-
of each State to contract for uncooked rations for Drafted Militia..
prohibited from paying Recruiting accounts incurred prior to July
to report to Department Commander completion of Muster of any
Volunteers, Officers employed in, to forward Muster-in Rolls to the Adju-
Muster into service of any force, when completed, to be reported to Commander of
Mustered into service, no Volunteer to be, unless able to speak English.
no person to be, under the age of Eighteen..
no Volunteers or Militia to be, on condition of confining their
the Cavalry service, no person to be, who does not exhibit good horse-
Muster for Pay to take place every two months
Names of Battles to be inscribed on Guidons or Colors of Regiments
Non-commissioned Staff to be selected by the Colonel of the Regiment.....
No Officer to visit Washington without special authority..
33, 35, 40
of the Army to seize Cotton or other property of individuals unless to pre-
or Enlisted Man in excess of legal organization to be recognized as in ser-
No Person acting in capacity of a Supernumerary to receive pay
to be taken by Cadets now or hereafter entering Military Academy
Aliens residing in the United States not to take a general or
Oaths or Paroles, persons violating, will be punished according to Usages of War.... 366
Officers Mustering in Troops admonished against Borrowing Men
out Troops will charge on Rolls the indebtedness of Troops to the
of Volunteer Regiments found unfit for position on Examination will be re-
absent from duty exceeding Six months not to receive allowances named
of the Navy, Forty years in service, to be retired..
of Army, Navy, or Marine Corps quitting post on tender of resignation to be
of Volunteers who resign, prohibited from re-entering the service..
already Mustered can Muster Recruits into service, 103; revoked..
detailed for Recruiting duty to report to nearest Mustering Officer..
and Men taken Prisoners not to be dropped from Muster Rolls..
put under Arrest to be furnished with Copy of Charges within eight days.... 345
Officers of Volunteers absent from duty on account of disease contracted before entry
into service to be Mustered out.....
overstaying Leave of Absence, to be tried therefor as a Military offence...
on Leave of Absence, restricted to limits of their own Military Department..
and men of the discharged three months' Volunteer Regiments exchanged or
detailed for duty in Engineers not entitled to Cavalry pay unless mounted....
Official Communications to the Adjutant General received and sent free of Postage.... 166
Ogle, Lieutenant Chas. H., dropped from the Rolls..
Ohio Volunteers, an Act for the Relief of....
Ojo-del-Oso, Military Post of, to be known as Fort Fauntleroy..
Opposing the Draft, all Persons held in custody for, to be discharged....
Opinion of Secretary of War respecting Act of Congress for punishment of fraud in
Orderlies not to be taken away by Generals when relieved of their Commands.....
66 Enlisted men of, how designated...
estimates for, to be forwarded to Adjutant General by Department Com-
Sergeants authorized to be paid on their Descriptive Lists.
Organization of Volunteer force, plan of, under President's Proclamation of May, 1861.
Regular Army and increase of..
the eleven Regiments added to the Military Establishment
Regiments and Companies of the Volunteer Army.
Paragraph 1292, Revised Regulations, revoked....
Parcels directed to Adjutant General to be so marked as to indicate contents.
Parker, Brevet Second Lieutenant Jas. P., dismissed the service...
Paroled Prisoners, regulations concerning removal of.......
Parole, Volunteer officers and Enlisted men on, to be considered on leave until noti-
fied of exchange or discharge..
Prisoners of War released on..
Passes for transportation of Drafted men discharged for Disability, etc
Patterson, Major General Robert, honorably discharged the service..
Lieutenant Chas. E., dismissed the service..
Patten, Captain J. V., dismissal of, revoked..
Pay for use and risk of horse, etc..
Pay of Bands of Regiments.
" of Naval Officers withdrawn from active service..
Roll, one copy of the, to be forwarded to the Adjutant General, etc..
of Privates, increased to Thirteen Dollars per month...
of Volunteers, letter of Secretary of War concerning......
of Volunteers, assignment of, for the benefit of their Families...
of Officers and Soldiers while Prisoners of War to be continued..
of Chaplains in permanent Hospitals, same as Regimental Chaplains
of Brigade Bands and their leaders......
Paymaster General, Colonel Timothy P. Andrews, retired from active duty.
Paymasters' Escorts, appropriation for payment of........
Payment of the family of a Prisoner of War, instructions concerning..
in cases of lost Discharge Papers...
Pension Agents, compensation of....
Pensions to the Wounded or otherwise disabled
66 rates of, to Officers and Men..
Penalty for Correspondence with the Enemy...
Pennsylvania and New Jersey added to Department of the Potomac.
Penitentiary, confinement of persons in Military service in, prohibited.....
Persons authorized to raise Volunteer Regiments placed under orders of Governors...
Pilots, Engineers, etc., on Gunboats, included in the Bounty and Pension Law.
Platt, Additional Paymaster Obadiah, dismissed the service...
Plans for Hospital accommodation of the sick.......
Pleasanton, Lieutenant Augustus, retired from service...
Pollock, Assistant Surgeon Thos. C., dismissed the service..
Pope, Major General John, assigned to the Department of the Northwest.
Porter, Major Giles, retired from service.....
"6 Surgeon John B., retired from service..
President of the United States, authorized to reduce the Military establishment...
Presidio of San Francisco announced as a Chaplain Post
Prisoners of War, List of Officers taken as, and exchanged..
Officers releasing, on Parole to send Rolls to Adjutant General.... 411
taken in Arms, record of trial of, to be forwarded for action of President ..
Hospitals, Soldiers in, subject to nearest Military Commander
from the ranks
22, 46, 113, 152, 180, 262, 300, 328, 421
Proceedings of Courts Martials to be forwarded to Judge Advocate of the Army
lawfully taken from the Enemy becomes public property
35, 39, 117
Provost Marshals and Assistants under the Draft to be appointed by the Secretary of
Marshal General of War Department, Simeon Draper, appointed
Marshals to assist in recovering to United States Military Clothing, etc., dis-
Public property of the Volunteer Recruiting service to be sold...
to issue extra Clothing to sick and wounded
to report by letter first of each month to their Chief at Washington..
Quotas of States to be made up by special Draft...
Ramseur, Assistant Surgeon D. P., dismissed the service....!
Rations of Prisoners held in the Rebel States to be commuted..
35, 39, 117