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Pay of Bands of Regiments ...

35, 89
of Naval Officers withdrawn from active service...

96
of Privates, increased to Thirteen Dollars per month..

99
Roll, one copy of the, to be forwarded to the Adjutant General, etc.

102
of Volunteers, letter of Secretary of War concerning....

161
of Volunteers, assignment of, for the benefit of their Families..

163
of Officers and Soldiers wbile Prisoners of War to be continued..

226
of Cbaplains in permanent Hospitals, same as Regimertal Chaplains

258
Department, additional Paymasters...

311
of Brigade Bands and their leaders...

345
Paymaster General, Colonel Timothy P. Andrews, retired from active duty.

451
authorized to change Stations of Paymasters...

453
Paymasters' Escorts, appropriation for payment of.....

318
Payment of the family of a Prisoner of War, instructions concerning..

167
in cases of lost Discharge Papers.....

328
Pension Agents, compensation of.....

338
Pensions to the Wounded or otherwise disabled

89, 335
rates of, to Officers au? Men...

335
Penalty for Correspondence with the Enemy.....

151
Pennsylvania and New Jersey added to Department of the Potomac.

226
Penitentiary, confinement of persons in Military service in, prohibited...

339
Persons authorized to raise Volunteer Regiments placed under orders of Governors... 161
discharged for Disability or illegal Draft....

462
Pillage or Plundering private property punishable by Deatb..

366
Pilots, Engineers, etc., on Gunboats, included in the Bounty and Pension Law..

338
Platt, Additional Paymaster Obadiah, dismissed the service...

333
Plans for Hospital accommodation of the sick.....

420
Pleasanton, Lieutenant Augustus, retired from service..
Pollock, Assistant Surgeon Thos. C., dismissed the service.

472
Pope, Major General John, assigned to the Department of the Northwest.

389
Porter, Major Giles, retired from service.......

212
Surgeon John B., retired from service...

444
President of the United States, authorized to reduce the Military establishment.... 86

to accept services of Volunteers, not exceed-
ing Five hundred thousand....

87
to appoint Major and Brigadier Generals ..88-90
to commission Volunteer Officers when not

done by the Governors of States ... 88, 89
to appoint two additional Inspectors Gen-

99
all his Acts, Proclamations, and Orders legalized..... 100
authorized to commission Officers of a Regiment of
North Carolinians

162
alone to make Appointments in the Army. 230
to assign command of Forces, without regard to
seniority of rank.....

251
authorized to disiniss from service any Officer unsuit-
able therefor...

346
Presidio of San Francisco announced as a Chaplain Post

452
Preston, Captain S. M., dismissed the service.....

391
Prisoners, Officers to report Names and Residences of, taken and released upon Oath
of Allegiance

83
of War, regulations on the subject of .

247, 297
Medical Officers not recognized as.

261
List of Officers exchanged as.

389

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Prisoners of War, List of Officers taken as, and exchanged..

398
Cartel of Exchange for......

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395
Officers releasing, on Parole to send Rolls to Adjutant General.... 411
Officers and Men declared Exchanged

454
declared Exchanged.....

891
taken in Arms, record of trial of, to be forwarded for action of President .. 299
Private Physicians employed as Medical Officers, pay of

295
Hospitals, Soldiers in, subject to nearest Military Commander

296
House, no Officer or Soldier to enter, to take private property

366
Promotions and Appointments in the Army

22, 46, 113, 152, 180, 262, 300, 328, 421
from the ranks

35, 39, 117
Proceedings of Courts Martials to be forwarded to Judge Advocate of the Army 252
trying Officers to be forwarded to Adjutant General

363
Property Captured by the Army, disposition of ....

295
lawfully taken from the Enemy becomes public property

866
taken from alleged Enemies to be inventoried and accounted for.

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Proclamation under the Act to seize and Confiscate property of rebels..

340
of the President declaring the object of the War....

392
aiders and abettors of the Rebellion subject
to Martial Law

895
Provost Marshals and Assistants under the Draft to be appointed by the Secretary of
War....

362
Marshal General of War Department, Simeon Draper, appointed

405
Marshals to assist in recovering to United States Military Clothing, etc., dis-
posed of by Soldiers

412
Public property of the Volunteer Recruiting service to be sold..

249

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Quartermaster's Department to provide horses for Cavalry Companies....

82
additions to...

93
to provide registered head-boards for Soldiers' graves... 158
not to pay transportation to the States of Soldiers on
sick leave....

256
to issue Supplies to Signal Parties

258
to pay cost of transportation on passes of Governors to
Volunteers returning to their regiments...

261
to turn over supplies to Governors..

315
to issue extra Clothing to sick and wounded

327
Quartermaster General to furnish blank requisitions to Officers of Hospitals

327
Sergeant to have same pay as regimental Commissary Sergeant. 344
Quartermasters to supervise trains under orders of Commanding Officer..

410
to personally attend reception and issue of supplies ...

410
to report by letter first of each month to their Chief at Washington.. 4:0
to receipt in duplicate for property seized under G. 0. 166 of 1862.... 412

once assigned to an Army Corps to remain permanently attached..... 471
Quotas of States to be made up by special Draft....

358

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Ramseur, Assistant Surgeon D. P., dismissed the service....!
Ranks, promotions from the.....
Rations of Prisoners beld in the Rebel States to be commuted..
Ration of Grain to be increased in Special cases of hard service.
Rebel Property, proclamation under the act to seize and confiscate

113
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Recruiting Officers to Muster their men in as Enrolled.....

120
Expenses for which Reimbursement is made..

154
Service for Volunteers, Officers detailed for, to recruit for their own regi-

223
Expenses for tour of six months..

179
Officers to send to Superintendent, monthly, a Return of their Party...... 180
Parties Commutation of Rations to, wbile at their Stations, prohibited.... 224
Service for Volunteers discontinued in every State, 248; restored.... 261
Lieutenants for new Regiments of Volunteers...

315
Detail for Volunteer Regiments, number of Officers and Men to constitute. 333
Expenses incurred prior to July 1, 1862, to be audited by War Department
before payment......

461
Recruits to be sent in Squads to the General Depots...

180
for old Regiments privileged to select the Company they join.

333
Receipts in Blank forbidden.....

169
Receipt Roll, form of, for Premium to Recruits for Regular Army..

314
Record of Deceased Soldiers to be kept in all Hospitals..

158
Records of Courts Martial

412
Reduction of Forts in Port Royal Harbor announced.

176
of Baggage in active Campaign....

410
Regular Army, increase and Organization of ..

36
nine Regiments of Infantry added to the..

85
Enlistments in the, under Act July 29, 1861.

86
to be for Three Years

101
Officers of the, to retain rank, etc....

appointed to new Regiments to report acceptance..... 87
to receive Leave of absence to accept rank of Colonel in
Volunteer Regiments ..

366
none but Officers of the, and Volunteers who have displayed the requi-

site ability, to be appointed Major and Brigadier Generals........ 368

to be Recruited from Volunteer force...
Regulations of the Army, Paragraph 1030 amended...

78
Regimental Commissary Sergeant, pay of......

35
Adjutants, appointment, resignation, and removal of, to be reported to
Adjutant General....

90
Recruiting service, Rolls to be made by Officers on..

165
Commanders to notify Adjutant General of cases of disabled Officers fail-
ing to Report....

262
Adjutants to make out Muster-in Rolls

315
Bands abolished

344
Regiments on consolidation to have superfluous officers mustered out.

367
Relative Rank between Officers of the Army and Navy......

339
Resignations, Volunteer Officers tendering their, must forward through proper chan.

nels....
Resolution of thanks of Congress to Army and Navy for brilliant victories...

240
authorizing Secretary of War to accept moneys appropriated by States for
payment of their Volunteers..

245
authorizing President to assign command of forces without regard to
Seniority of Rank....

251
to provide Medals of Honor to Enlisted Men for gallantry in action........ 335

suspending Payment under the Act to secure Bounty, Pay, etc., to men em-
ployed in Western Department or Department of Missouri......

350
Retired Officers, pay of ......

95, 346
Retired from active command, Lieutenant General Winfield Scott....

169
Returns of Commands, Commanding Officers of Departments to make..

164, 246

408, 410

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Return of killed, wounded and missing to be made after every Battle
Reward for Deserters reduced to Five Dollars..
Reynolds, Breret Second Lieutenant Frank A., dismissed the service..

Captain Alex. W., stricken from the Rolls of the Army.
Richardson, Captain Hollon, dismissal of, revoked..
Rivas, José Maria, trial of, as a Spy....
Robertson, Captain Beverly H., dismissed the service...
Rosecrans, Brigadier General assigned to Department of Western Virginia..
Major General

the Cumberland..
Rundell, Lieutenant Chas. H., dismissed the service....

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Saddler Sergeant, pay of..

39
Sallade, Additional Paymaster Andrew M., dismissed the service...

450
Sanford, Major General Charles W., to be honorably discharged..

84
Schenck, Major General R. C., assigned to command of Middle Department.

469
Schleish, Brigadier General N., to be honorably discharged

84
Scott, Lieutenant General Winfield, retired from active command

169
Colonel Henry L., retired from service.....

112
Scriber, Lieutenant Colonel R. C., dismissed the service.

359
Second Lieutenants for each Company in new Regiments of Volunteers to be appointed
by Governor.....

315
Seizure of Government property to be reported to Adjutant General..

412
Sentence of Death or Imprisonment in Penitentiary to be approved by President..

348
Sharpshooters, Corps of, who to be Mustered in as members of.....

405
Sherman, Major General W. T., assigned to Fifteenth Army Corps

470
Sibley Tent, number of men to each....

6
Sick and wounded Soldiers, care of, assumed by States

255, 256
men, Paroled Prisoners, and others, removal of...

299
“ Leaves of Absence, extensions of, revoked ...
Sigoal Officers, officers serving temporarily as, to receive Cavalry pay

239
bow relieved....

298
Parties, Quartermaster's Department to issue supplies to

258
Simonson, Colonel John S., retired from service.

212
Simpson, Lieutenant John, dismissal of, revoked....

391
Skeleton Regiments, transfer to, of. Volunteers held as Prisoners revoked..

238, 256
Slaughter, Lieutenant J. E., dismissed the service.....

83
Slaves of disloyal masters declared free on entry into United States Military service.. 349

persons held as, declared free in certain rebellious States, January 1, 1863 ..... 392
Smead, Lieutenant Abner, dismissed the service

30
Smith, Paymaster Albert J.,

78
Lieutenant Colonel Joseph R., retired from service

212
Captain Thornton, dismissed the service...

386
Soldiers discharged while absent from their Companies

298
employed by Officers as servants.

344
to be charged on Rolls for property lost or disposed of by them

412
Special Draft authorized in States failing to furnish Quotas...

358, 367
Provost Marsbals, order respecting and defining duties of.

394
Sperry, Captain John J., dismissal of, revoked.....

392
Spies, persons found lurking as, punishment of....

234
and Guides for the Army, appropriation for payment of

318
Stager, Colonel Anson, announced as Military Superintendent of Telegraph Lines.... 251
Standard of Height for Recruits

102
Stansbury, Major Howard, retired from service

212

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State Militia Force authorized in State of Missouri

... 174
Agents for assignment of pay of Volunteers to be recognized by Paymasters

252
Statement of cost of Clothing, and Camp and Garrison equippage.

463
Stevenson, Captain Carter L., dismissed the service

79
Stevens, Lieutenant Walter H.,

90
Stewart, Captain Charles,

294
Stith, Captain Donald D.,

248
Stone, Surgeon Lyman H.,

390
Stipp, Brigade Surgeon G. W., ordered to report to Newport Barracks

251
Subsistence Department, additions to

93
to purchase all sound articles of Subsistence saved by
Troops ..

217
of Recruits for new Regiments of Volunteers prior to Muster

326
of Drafted Men before going into rendezvous.

462
Substitutes under the Draft.....

361
Supplies forwarded by particular States for their Volunteers in service.

166
to Drafted Militia, order concerning ....

383
Supply trains to be organized by Chief Quartermaster

409
Superintendents of National Arniories to be Officers of Ordnance Department

99
of Volunteer Recruiting service....

179
to keep their Depots supplied with
Clothing and arms...

180
to disband Recruiting parties ..

249
Superintendency of General Recruiting Service in Western Department abolished 79
Superfluous Officers to be Mustered out ou consolidation of incomplete Regiments.... 367
Surgeons and Assistant Surgeons, appointments of, to be approved by Secretary of
War......

60
under the Draft, one in each county

361
Surgeon General's Office, increase of clerical force of ...

320
Surplus Rations, how disposed of.....

164
Wagons to be turned over to Chief Quartermaster...

409
Suspension of the writ of Habeas Corpus in respect to Military arrests

395
Sutler, every Military Post to have a, appointed by Secretary of War

225
Sutlers henceforth to be appointed by the Secretary of War.....

79
Act giving to, Lien upon Soldiers' pay, repealed......

219
rights and privileges of, confined to Rules and Articles of War.

219
Rules and Articles of War respecting .

219
an Act to provide for appointment of .....

243
and others reminded of the Law concerning sale of Stamps..

359
Symmes, Captain Jobn C., retired from service...

213

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Talma used by Cavalry to be part of Dragnon equipment....

6
Telegraph, unnecessary use of, prohibited...

157
Temporary Department of New England abrogaied.

238
Tents, allowance of, in active Campaign....

410
The six Mounted Regiments consolidated in one Corps....

100
Thomas, Brevet Brigadier General Lore assigned to duty according to Brevet... 40
Thompson, Brigade Surgeon J. H., dismissed the service....

252
Three months iextra pay to Soldiers of the Regular Army re-enlisting.

91
Tidball, Captain Joseph L., retired from service....

213
Tilden's Extract of Coffee authorized in lieu of the Sugar and Coffee Ration.
Tilden, Captain Harvey, dropped from the Rolls of the Army.

233
'Transportation from place of Muster...

101, 103, 154

175

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