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Allegiance, Oath of, certain officers to take the.....

81
Allen, Colonel Wm. H., Court Martial proceedings in case of..
All Volunteers mustered into United States service paid from date of Company organ-
ization...

100
All Leaves of Absence annulled,

851, 364
Allowance of Clothing prescribed, not to be exceeded except in urgent cases.

288
Wagons to Regiments, Batteries and Squadrons...

409
Witnesses before Military Commissions ,

412
Andrews, Colonel Timothy P., Paymaster General, retired from Active Duty..

451
Applicatiou for Payment in cases of lost Discharge Papers.....

328
Appointment of Civilians to superintend National Armories abolished.

99
Appointments in the Volunteer force......

104
of additional Paymasters....

110
in the eleven new Regiments.

188
of Major and Brigadier Generals, restrictions on...

368
Approval of authority for Recruiting Details to leave their Regiments..

153
Army, increase of tbe...

85
Ration increased.

95
of Coffee and Sugar authorized to be Commuted for extract of Coffee... 821
Corps, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth; designation of .......

826
President to Establish and Organize according to his discretion..

349
Officers designated for each

349
designation of certain

389
of Virginia formed, and Major General Jobn Pope assigned to Command

364
no Officer connected with the, to seize Cotton or other property

382
Trains and Baggage, regulations for ...

409
of the Potomac, Major General McClellan relieved of Command of the

450
Armorer for certain regiments to be detailed for Repair of Arms.....

453
Arms, inventory and condition of, to be reported to Chief of Ordnance

412
Arnold, Brigadier General L. G., ordered to report to Major General Butler...

359
Arrest of Officers, in certaiu cases to cease, if not furnished with copy of charges 345
Artillery, regimental and battery organization of ....

386
will be called for and received by Batteries, by the War Department. 386
Assistant Surgeons appointed from civil life

43
Surgeon General, office of, created

253
Surgeons, two allowed for each regiment of Volunteers....

324
Adjutants General of Divisions avd Brigades, not personal staff

158
Coinmissary General of Subsistence, allowance of rooms, etc., to the. 452
Assignment to duty of retired Officers of the Army, Navy, and Marine corps

97
of incomplete Organizations to other regiments

102
of Pay of Volunteers for benefit of their Families

163
of General Staff officers

471
Associate Judge Advocate, office of, authorized.

358
Austin, Major J. C., the dismissal of, revoked..

409

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Baggage Trains of troops in the field ordered to be reduced..

of Officers, allowance of, in active campaign .....
Bailey, Assistant Surgeon Joseph H., retired from service ...
Baird, Major William H., dismissed the service......
Bakeries, savings from, to be purchased by Subsistence Department.
Bands of Regiments, pay of .....

of Regular Army to be paid alike .....
for Volunteer Regiments, bone to be mustered into service in future

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Bands, men Mustered witb, who are not Musicians, to be discharged...

224
of regiments to be Mustered out of service ...

844
Banks, Major General, assigned to Department of the Shenandoah

84
Gulf....

451
Barnes, Private Jackson, sentence remitted
Bates, Brigadier General J. H., to be honorably discharged

84
Baitles, names of, to be inscribed on Guidons or Colors...

239
Battalion Adjutants, Quartermasters, and Commissaries, pay of

to be mustered out of service 348
Beall, Captain Lloyd, dismissed the service

389
Beanar, Lieutenant L. W., cashiered

383
Beaufort, Capture of the town of, announced.

176
Belton, Colonel F. T., retired from service

212
Blank Forms for Regimental and Company use, how obtained.

231
Blank, Receipt in, Officers forbidden to give or take.....

169
Blue Overcoat, Officers in time of actual field service authorized to wear the

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Board of Inspectors to pass recruits for regular service..

314
Board of Examination on Retiring Officers .

96
Naval Officers .

97
to determine Disability of officers

102
of candidates for office of Medical Storekeeper

258
to determine fitness of Surgeons for corps of Volunteer Sur.
geons

323
Board and Lodging of recruits not to exceed 40 cents per day.

167
Board of Soldiers in private hospitals

295
Bonds of Medical Purveyors and Storekeepers

350, 390
Bonneville, Colonel B. L. E., retired from service

212
Botticher, Captain - dismissed the service...

252
Bounty of $100, to legal heirs of Volunteers....
to soldiers of Old army reënlisting at distant Stations, discontinued

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Act making appropriation or payment of .

323
to heirs of soldiers of Regular Army enlisted since July 1, 1861

323
of Nine and Twelve months' Volunteers ...

348
and Advance pay discontinued to Volunteers for new regiments, after 15th of
August, 1862...

366
Premium, etc., to recruits for Old regiments.

461
Bowen, Captain T. W., cashiered.....

383
Brannan, Brigadier General J. M., assigned to Department of Key West.

223
Breach of Parole, etc.

457
Brigade Bands authorized

345
leaders of, their pay and allowances.

345
Surgeons desigvated as Surgeons of volunteers

324
rank of, defined...

84
Brooks, Lieutenant Edward J., dismissed the service

85
Brooks, Lieutenant Colonel H., announced as Military Commander at Philadelphia ... 250
Brown, Brigadier General H.,

New York ...
assigned as Chief of Artillery at Camp of Instruction 260
Buckingham, Brigadier General C. P., assigned to duty in War Department

257
Buel, Brigadier General D. C., assigned to Command Department of the Ohio....

175
Burnside, Brigadier General, to Command Department of North Carolina..

223
Major General, to Command Army of Potomac.....

450
Butler, Major General, assigned to Command Department of Annapolis.....

31

temporary Department of New England 165
Butler, Assistant Surgeon J. J., stricken from the rolls

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Cadwallader, Brevet Major General, honorably discharged the service ..

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Cadet reported deficient, not to be reappointed, unless upon recommendation of Aca-
demic Board......

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Callender, Captain William H., cashiered..

883
Campbell, Lieutenant Charles C., dismissed the service

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Camps of rendezvous and instruction authorized.....

101
Quartermaster's at, to make requisitions for Funds

103
Camp, Captain stricken from the rolls....

252
Camp of Instruction for 50,000 men authorized, at Annapolis

260
Camp, Additional Paymaster William F., dropped......

857
Canby, Colonel E. R. S., assigned to Command Department of New Mexico..

175
Captain and Second Lieutenant, when mustered in .....

103
Captains of Companies to report quarterly to Ordnance Department, kind of arms
in use

261
Carlisle Barracks announced as Chaplain Post

113
Cartel established for exchange of Prisoners.....

895
Cavalry, the First, Second, Third, Fourth, and Fifth regiments of, designated....

95, 100
forces, organization of, remodeled .....

849
special inspection of, ordered

457
Cemetery Grounds for soldiers dying in the service

346
Certificates of Disability to be accompanied by blank discharge

164
Discharge by Medical Inspectors, how made..

295
Chambliss, Lieutenant N. R., dismissed the service ...

61
Chaplain, one allowed to each regiment...

35, 89, 94
to receive pay and allowance of Captain of cavalry

35
pay of, limited to $100 per month, and two rations per day.

345, 407
how appointed ......

35, 89, 345
authorized for each permanent hospital

258
Chaplains of New York two years' regiments, same pay as Chaplains of other regi-
ments ...

80
of Volunteer regiments to be mustered into service like commissioned offi-
cers

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of the army, uniform for, described..

177
appointed by the President to be assigned to duty by Surgeon General 322
leaves of absence to

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not to be held as Prisoners of War

334
must meet requirements of Sec. 8, Act of July 17, 1862.

387, 407
employed at Chaplain Posts to reside thereat.

407
Chaplain Posts designated

113, 168, 224, 419, 452
Chapin, Captain Gurden, restored to service

176
Chief Medical officer in charge of General Hospitals, responsibility of, respecting dis-
charges

37
Chief Quartermaster, surplus wagons to be turned over to

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to organize supply traips.....

409
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, respecting property of

254
Christie, Lieutenant S. L., dismissed the service

386
Churchill, Colonel and Brevet Brigadier General Sylvester, retired from service. 212

death of, announced. 468
Citizens liable to Draft not allowed to go to a foreign country....

364
Civil Surgeons tendering services for sick and wounded, allowances of.

254
authorized to examine applicants fot Invalid Pensions

337
Claims for expenditures in the Department of the West

241
Clark, Captain Smith II., cashiered...

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Clements, Private Lawrence, sentence in case of .....

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Clothing, statement of cost of, and camp, and garrison equipage..

463
allowance prescribed in Army Regulations not to be exceeded, except in
urgent cases

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of New York Volunteers, prices of..

245
accounts to be settled after one year's service.

359
Cole, Lieutenant Alonzo A., Court Martial proceedings in case of

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Colorado and Nebraska included in Department of the Missouri

408
Commanders of regiments to render promptly monthly return of troops

158
requiring recruits to make requisition therefor on Superin-
tendents of Recruiting

180
of Armies, Departments, etc., to forward copies of their orders to Adju-
tant General ..

255
of Departments and Army Corps, to direct frequent inspection of bag.

390
of Posts, to seize Military clothing, etc., disposed of by soldiers

412
Commanding officers of volunteer regiments raised under direct acceptances, to for-

ward muster rolls to Governors ... 169
to report vacancies...

113
to keep up maximum strength of com-
m.ands

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below the maximum, to report state of
their commands.

180
to aid Military Superintendent of Telegraph lines.

251
Commandant of Rendezvous under the Draft, duties of

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Commissioned officers of Volunteers, allowances of, from place of enrolment to place
of muster

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entitled to pay from date of muster in

151
Commissioners to determine compensation for Railroad and Telegraph companies

when taken by the United States..
Commissioner of Pensions, twenty additional clerks authorized in the office of

323
to superintend return of absent officers and men
for each County under the draft....

360
Commissioners to superintend Drafting, pay of, etc.

462
Commissions by the President to Volunteer officers considered same as by Governors 241
Commissaries to purchase Company savings....

164, 217
Çommissary General of Prisoners, regulations concerning.

248, 419
Headquarters of, changed to Detroit.

252, 408
to furnish War Department with list of Prison-
ers....

257, 297
Department to issue rations to Signal parties

258
Commissaries of Subsistence, once assigned to an army corps to remain permanently
attached......

471
Company Commanders to account for Funds derived from surplus rations

164
to state particularly cause of Disability in cases of discharge.. 166
Quartermaster Sergeant, pay of ...

35, 39
officers to be paid on Company rolls

299
Companies to be sent to camps of rendezvous as fast as muste

103
Compensation as to persons and property of persons of African descent

367
Commutation of Rations not payable to recruiting parties while at their stations.. 224
of sick and wounded soldiers by the States from which they

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of Forage when it cannot be had in kind

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discontinued...

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Commercial Intercourse, regulations of Secretary of the Treasury respecting

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Confiscation of rebel property, Proclamation relative to

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Consolidation of Forces .....

364
Contracts to be made in quintuplicate

298
Contractors, rules concerning.

346
Convalescents in Army Hospitals to be reported to Military Commander by Surgeons
in charge

296
Copeland, Major R. Morris, dismissed the service

359
Corps of Engineers, additions to .

93, 94, 98, 99
of Medical Cadets added to the Medical Staff.
Correspondence direct with State authorities by Volunteer officers forbidden.

238
with the enemy, penalty for ....

151
Cotton, regulations concerning trade iu or sbipment of .

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Court Martial, review in case of Captain Thomas Jordan

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Captain William K. Van Bokkelen.
Courts Martial, proceedings of, to be forwarded to Judge Advocate of the Army

252
in the Army, an act relative to..

218
Court of Inquiry to determine cases of officers absent without leave....

351, 362
Couriers with dispatehes to and from legations of Friendly Powers exempt from travel-
ing restrictions

365
Cox, Brigadier General J. D., to be honorably discharged.

84
Craum, Captain C. H., cashiered .....

383
Crawford, Lieutenant R. P., restored to service

419
· Cross, Major Osborne, sentence against, remitted.

218
Crowley, Private Thomas,
Cutler, Captain John R., review by Major General McClellan in case of ..

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Curtis, Major General S. R., assigned to command Department of Missouri

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Dalton, Surgeon Edward B., restored to service

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Davidson, Captain Henry B.,.dropped from the Rolls...

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Deceased Soldiers, their place of Burial to be carefully noted, etc.

158
Volunteers, the $100 Bounty due

166, 168
De Camp, Surgeon Samuel G. J., retired from service

444
. Decent Interment of those who fall in Battle, orders concerning.

248
Degree of Disability to be stated in Surgeon's certificates....

166
Department of the East constituted

30
“ Brevet Colonel C. F. Smith assigned to command of

30
“ Colonel Mansfield appointed to command of ..

31
of Annapolis created

31
of Kentucky constituted

62
of Washington, boundaries of, defined, 31 ; extended

84
and Department of Northeast Virginia to constitute a
geographical division

84
of Peppsylvania created, 31 ; extended

84
of the Ohio created, 32; extended .

43, 62, 175
“ Major General McClellan assigned to

32
boundaries of, defined

162, 368
Major General H. G. Wright assigned to

368
Western Virginia attached to the ..

391
Shenandoab authorized under Major General Banks..

84
extended

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Cumberland constituted

101, 413
Rappabannock created

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