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ARMIES-Continued.

Publishes instructions for the government of, in the field .................... 100
Commanders of, reeciving persons in excess of legal organization to be

tried for neglect of duty and disobedience of orders. (See VOLUNTEER
FORCE) ...........................................

.........................................110
Acting chief signal officers of, authorized to appear before examining board

in Washington city upon obtaining permission from their respective
commanding generals. .................

..123
Communders of, in which signal parties are serving, may appoint a board

for the examination of officers and men prior to their detail on signal

duty (See SIGNAL OFFICERS)........ ...................................139
Commanders of, to detail three officers and six men from each three years

regiment to receive and conduct to their respective regiments the drafted
men assigned to them; to order the detail to report to the commander
of the rendezvous for their State; to make a judicious selection of offi-
cers and men (See RENDEZVous). ..

..... July 3
Inspectors of, to make a thorough inspection of baggage and means of

transportation (See INSPECTION). .......
Commanders ot, mayin certain cases order transportation in light or spring

wagons to be furnished Paymasters. (See TRANSPORTATION, WAGONS)...278
Medical directors of, in the field to forward duplicate reports of killed and

wounded (See MEDICAL DIRECTORS)....................................355
Commanders of, charged with execution of order relative to musters out

of service, re-enlistinents, and re-musters of veteran volunteers (See
VETERAN VOLUNTEERS.) .....

...........................359

.....359
Commanders of, authorized to grant furloughs to veteran volunteers (See
FURLOUGHS) ......

.............376
Commanders of, charged with execution of orders relative to musters out

of service, re-enlistments and re-musters of six-months troops (See

VOLUNTEERS)................................................. December 23
ARMS.

Military, not to be sold, pledged, or given away (See Clothing)........[VI] 73
Volunteer regiments leaving the field at expiration of term of service

allowed to take their, and accoutrements to place of discharge if their
officers assume the responsibility; to be delivered to the Governor or
officers appointed by him; to be held subject to reissue to the men on

re-enlistment in their former companies and regiments..................111
Authorizes issue without payment of necessary, and equipments to officers

detailed on special service requiriug them to be mounted, and for which
they receive no additional compensation; to be receipted and accounted

for by the officers receiving them........................................161
And accoutrements of men transferred to the Invalid Corps may be sent

with them or not as the corps commander may deem best...... ......173
Prohibition of exportation of, moditied so as to allow arms imported into

the United States to be exponed to place of original shipment.............300
ARMY.
Amends paragraph 1142 General Regulations for the,.........

..................... 24
Modifies paragraph 1311 General Regulations for the,........................30
Rescinds order authorizing the enlistment of volunteers in the regular,.......38
Publishes an act making appropriations for the support of the, .........[IV] 40
Persons in the connected with fraudulent claims upon the government

liable to trial by court-martial; discharge or dismissal prior to arrest no
bar to trial (See CLAIMS).......

.LIV] 73
Enlistment of volunteers into the regular, not allowed ..

...... [VI] 73
(See CookS).........

............[VIU 73
Enlisted men discharged from the, within two years from date of enlist-

ment by reason of wounds received in battle entitled to same bounty

as paid to those discharged after two years' service ............(XIV) 7
Officers and men of the, taking or receiving abandoned or captured prop-

erty to turn it over to the regularly appointed agents, (See AGENTS);
failing to do so, triable by court-martial. ........

.............. [XV
Publishes rules to govern officers and other persons connected with the,

in regard to cominercial intercourse with insurrectionary States and
collection of captured or abandoned property..............................88

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ARMY--Continued.

Amends paragraph 1385 General Regulations for the,.....
Modifies paragraphs 931, 933, and 934 Revised General Regulations for the,..170
Modifies paragraph 156 General Regulations for the,........................222
Modifies paragraph 1106 General Regulations for the,..
Amends paragraph 156 General Regulations for the, (edition of 1861)........325
Amends paragraph 1420 General Regulations for the, edition of 1863, (1389,

edition of 1961)....................................... ...............
ARMY CORPs.

Commanders of, to detail a commissary of musters for their corps and one

assistant for each division therein; to report their names to the Adjutant
General; to see that each regiment, independent company, &c., is as-
signed to one of the assistant commissaries; 10 exercise supervision
over the musters made within their respective commands (See Com-

MISSARIES OF MUSTERS, MUSTERS, ROLLS)................................48
Commanders of, to select the officers to be retained on consolidation of

volunteer regiments; selection to be made from among the most efficient

officers of the respective regiments..........
Auxiliary boards to be appointed for the examination of officers on signal

duty in,; commanders of, in which signal parties are authorized, to ap-
point a board for the examination of candidates for enlistment in, or
transfer to the Signal Corps, (See BOARD); commanders of, authorized
to transfer men on signal duty to the Signal Corps (See SIGNAL CORPS,

ENLISTED M EN).. ................................. ...................100
Commanders of, receiving persons in excess of legal organization to be

tried for neglect of duty and disobedience of orders (See VOLUNTEER
FORCE).........

..... ..........110

110
Commanders of, in which signal parties are serving, may appoint a board

for the examination of officers and men prior to their detail on signal

duty..................................................................139
Commanders of, to transfer men to the Invalid Corps on receipt of rolls to

be furnished by commanders of regiments, batteries, and independent
companies, (See Rolls); to cause the men transferred to be sent under
proper officers, with descriptive lists and clothing accounts, to points
designated; may authorize the men to take with them their arms and
accoutrements (See RETURNS)......

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173
Announces maximum amount of transportation allowed, in the field, (See

TRANSPORTATION, ; commanders of, held responsible for the execution
of this order; inspectors of, to make a thorough inspection of baggage
and means of transportation (See INSPECTION)........

..274
Rescinds authority given to coinmanders of, to transfer officers of active

regiments to the Iuvalid Corps (See INVALID Corps)..................... 301
Discharge of men of the Invalid Corps may be ordered by commanders oí,

for disability, promotion, or by sentence of a court-martial....... December 17
ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND.

Assigns Major L. C. Easton as acting chief quartermaster of the, ............362
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.

A military board to assemble in Washington city for the examination of

officers on signal duty in the, (See BOARD)............
ARREST.

Order of the President for any, during present rebellion to bar all suits

against officers for such acts....

Of paymasters to be immediately reported to the Paymaster General.........395
ARSON.

Committed by persons in the military service triable by military courts in

time of war, rebellion, or insurrection; punishment not to be less than
that inflicted by the laws of the State or Territory in which offence was
comm itted.............................................

.............. [VI] 73
ARTIFICERS.

Volunteer batteries of artillery allowed each two,..........................110
ARTILLERY

Publishes regnlations for the care and management of, in field-works..........45
Volunteer regiments of, reduced to one-half legal maximum organization

to be consolidated into six or less batteries; colonel, two majors, and

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ARTILLERY-Continued.

one assistant surgeon to be mustered out; companies formed by con-
solidation to be of inaximum strength, and designated by the first let-
ters of the alphabet; supernumerary officers and non commissioned
officers to be mustered out at date of consolidation ; officers retained to
be selected by division and corps commanders; appointment: to vacan-
cies not to be made except upon notification froin the Adjutant General

(See VACANCIES, COMMISSARIES OF MUSTERS)............................ 86
Volunteer regiments of, to consist of twelve batteries; one major allowed

for every four batteries; regimental adjutants and quartermasters not
extra lieutenants; one quartermaster, sergeant, one commissary ser-
geant, one hospital steward, and two principal musicians allowed each
regiment; field and staff not to be mustered in without speciai authority ;
batteries to consist of 122 privates; allowed one quartermaster sergeant,
two artificers, and one wagoner; one Ist lieutenant, one 2d lieutenant,
two sergeants, and four corporals may be added by the President to
above organization of a battery..........

...........110
Volunteer regiments of, reduced below legal minimum to be deprived of

the colonel, one major, and one assistant surgeon ; batteries of, to be
deprived ot the additional officers authorized; minimuin for, fixed at
1,044 aggregate for a regiment, and 86 for a battery ; officers of grades
enumerated, now properly in service, to be retained until grides become
vacant; vacancies in such grades to be filled only on notification from
the department or corps commissary of musters, that the company or

regiment is above the minimum....
ASSIGNMENTS.

Of officers of the Quartermaster's Department..
ASSISTANT ADJUTANIS GENERAL

Of brigades in the field allowed ten pounds of candles per month; of di-

visions, twenty pounds; of corps, thirty pounds; of a separate army of
more than one corps, forty pounds..

........102
Volunteer, to report inontbly by letter to the Adjutant General (See Re-

PORTS)................................................................244
BAGGAGE.

Weight of officers', to be brought within the schedule established; no, to

be carried in the wagons or on the pack animals assigned to transpor-
tation of commissary stores and forage; no extra, to be carried on cay.

alry horses or in knapsacks (See KNAPSACKS)...........................274
BAIL.

of persons arrested for being concerned in frandulent claims against the

government not to exceed $2,000, and twice the amount of damages

sworn to by the suitor (See CLAIMS, FRAUDS, SUITS).................(IV) 73
BATTALIONS.

Commanders of, in the field accountable for all surplus and reserve ord-
nance stores (See ORDNANCE STORES).

.....368
BATTERIES.

Commanders of, authorized to grant furloughs (See Furloughs).......[VI] 73
BLACKSMITHS.
(See FARRIERS)..........

.................. [VI] 73, 110
BOARD (Military.)

Secretary of War to appoint a, for the examination of persons appointed
additional Paymasters (See PAYMASTERS)..........

................61
For the examination of engineer and ordnance officers fo promotion, and

of officers for appointment in the 0:dnance Corps to be composed of
three officers of the corps senior in rank to the officers to be examined

(See ENGINEERS, ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT) ........... ...........VII] 73
Secretary of War to appoint a, for the examination of officers and men

for the Signal Corps ............................................ (VIII) 73
A, to assemble in Washington City for the examination of officers on sig-

nal duty in the Army of the Potonnac, Middle Department, and Depart-
ments of Washington and Virginia ; how composed; hereafter to ex-
amine candidates for commissions or enlistments in, or transfer to, the
Signal Corps; to examine enlisted men on signal duty in Departinent of
Washington; to hold its sessions in Washington City; prescribes mode

BIARD-Continued.

of calling officers before it; auxiliary boards to he appointed for examina-
tion of officers on signal duty in Army Corp, Department of the south
and West, and of candidates for commissions in the Signal Corps ; how
composed; comm'i ders of Army Corps and Departments, in winicb sig.
nal parties are serving, authorized to appoint i, for examination of candi-
dates for enlistments in, or transfer to the Signal Corp; 110W coinposed;
prescribes rules for the government of examining,; principal and auxili-
ary to make weekly reports of proceedings, (See REPORTS); revising,
how coustituted ; to assemble in Washington City; duties of revising,

defined ......... . ........ ....... ........... ...... ................105
Publishes rules to govern in examining applicants for commissions in the

Ordnance Department of a grade not higher than captain..... .......13
Two signal officers at least to be members of, for the examination of offi-

cers and men prior to their detail on signal service; may be appointed
by coumanders of Departments, Armies, and Army Corps, in which
signiul parties are serving ............... ................ .. .... ....139
To be convined for the examination of candidates for conmissions in the

colored troops; authority to appear before it to be obtained from the
Adjutint General; reports to specify grade of commission for which

each candidate is fit .................. .......... .............. ....143
Announces rules prescribed for guidance of, in examining applicants for
comintasions in colore I troops ...

..... ..............144
A, to be appointed by the officer in command of the troops present to de-

termine the value of horses returned to the Quartermaster's Depart-
ment; sun allowed not to exceed price originally paid by the officer......171
Commanders of the Departments of North' arolina, South, Gulf, Cumber-

land, aud Tennessee on the arrival in their respective departments of a
captain of the signi) Corps to appoint a, for the examination of acting
signal offi:ers, and candidates for appointment in the signal Corps;
how cornposed; examination to be conducted as prescribed in Gen ral
Orders No. 106, of 1863; reports of proceedings-How inidi', (See Re-

PORTS); regulates mode of application to appear before the exainining,...223
A, to consi tof the three officers next in rank to the commanderot a cavalry
regiment to examine candidates for appointinent as Veterinary Sur-

geons (See CAVALRY BUREAU) .......................................259
For examination of drafted men and substitutes disabled prior to entry

into sirvice-how composed; to make a special report, giving full his-
tory of the case and names of board of enrolment, Siate, and district to
which they belong ....

..... October 5
Members and recorder of a, to retire officers and witnesses called before

it allowd same extra pay and travelling allowances as in the case of a
general court-martial ...........

..367
Enumerates subjects on which candidates for appointments or promotion
in the Ordnance Department will be examined.............

..............393
BOARD OF ENROLMENT.

in each di trict to consist of the provost marshal and two other per-

sons appointed by the President, one of whom shall be a physician
and su geon; duties ot, defined; claims for exemption from military
service to be presented to the, wiose decision shali be final; surgeon of
the, making false report or impertect inspection, liable to trial by court-
martial (See COURT-MARTIAL).................... .............[VI] 73
Publishes lists of qualifications and disqualifications for adinission into the

Invalid Corps for the government of surgeons of,....................130, 212
BOUNTY.

Volunteers or members of the militia in service re-enlisting for one year
after expiration of prescut terın to receive $ 0; how pand; re enlisting

for two years to receive $25 of the $100, provided by Congress ........(VU) 73
Advance, pai 1 to men discharged before exp ration of their term of ser-

vice to b. allowed in settlement of paymasters' accounts; hercater to
be cha ged against the man, unless discharged on surgcon's certificate
for wo:in is or sickness incurred since last euistin nt; upon requisition
of the President for militia, persons draited, or who volunteered for nine

...............93

BOUNTY_Continued.

months or less, enlisting for one year in a regiment from the same State
entitled to $50; how paid......

...........VII] 73
Enlisted men discharged within two years from date of enlistment, by

reason of wounds received in battle, entitled to same, as granted those

discharged after two years' service............................X[V] 73; 16%
Advance, should be paid by the mustering and disbursing othicer at

time of muster; not paid then, to be entered on the muster-in rolls and
subsequent muster and pay-rolls until paid; not paid before discharge, to

be entered upon the duplicate certificates of pay ...... .....
Enlisted men in the Signal Corps re-enlisting for one or two years entitled
to, provided by section 18 of act of March 3, 1863....

......106
Volunteers enlisted for three years entitled io $100, 825 of which to be

paid in advance.. .................................................11
Enlistment or re-enlistment in the Invalid Corpy does not entitle men to,...,130
Due eulisted men, and remaining unpaid, to be credited upon their final

statements, and paid by the Pay Department ............................137
During the continuance of the war $25 of the $100, to be paid to every

accepted recruit for the regular and volunteer forces; to recruits for
the regular service to be paid from the recruiting rund after the recruit
has been passed; amount to be entered on the recruiting account cur-
rent, and on the soldier's first descriptive list, if the latter is given
before payment of bounty ; to recruits for old volunteer regionents to be
paid after inspection and muster into service; for new regiments after
organization of the company, and after the muster-in rolly have been
completed and certified by the mustering officer; amount to be entered
on the muster.in roils, (See MosTER-IN ROLLS); to be accounted for
under the head of " Bounty-Volunteer Recruiting Service," (See Re-
CRUITING SERVICE); in cases of re-enlistinent entry as to payment or
non-payment-how made, (See RE-ENLISTMENTS); volunteers re-en-
listing for three years or the war afler expiration of their term of service
entitled to saine, as allowed men enlisted from civil life ; prescribes
rules to facilitate payment of advance, in individual cases of enlist-
ment, and to discharged soldiers who have not received it................163
An extra, of $300, to be paid for enlistments and re-enlistments in the

veteran volunteers; how paid; legal heirs of volunteers who die in ser-
vice to receive the whole, remaining unpaid at the date of the soldier's
death ...........

.....................191
Amends paragrap'ı 8, of General Orders, No. 191, of 1863, granting, to vol-

unteers in three years organizations on re-enlistinent (Sce VOLUN-
TEERS.) ...............

................305
First instalment of, to veteran volunteers increased to $60; remainder of,
pavable at expiration of term of service, reduced to $40....

..324
Men en isted under the President's call for 300,000 volunteers to receive,

(See VOLUNTEERS) ................ ................................ ...37
The $. 00, to be paid by pap'masters to veteran volunteers upon usual dis.

chage papers from their first enlistment.........
Advance, not to be paid by recruiting officers .......
$300, allowed to six-months men re-enlisting for three years or the war;
how paid ; not required by the government for full term to receive the
wliole, remaining unpaid ; legal heirs of such as may die in service to re-

ceive ahe whole, remaining unpaid at the date of the soldier's death. December 23
Publishes joint resolution appropriating twenty millions for the payment

of advance pay and,; No, except as now provided by law, to be paid
after January 5, 1861....

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BREVETS.

President authorized to confer, on such officers of the volunteer or other

forces as may uistinguish themselves; such, not to entitle holders to in-

crease of pay or emoluments.....................................[XII) 73
BRIGADES.

Commanders of, to give personal attention to the detail of officers and men

to receive drafted men (See DRAFTED MEN, DEPARTMENTS) ......... July 3
Announces maximum amount of transportation allowed, in the field, (See

TRANSPORTATION); commanders of, held responsible for the execution
of this order...........................................................214

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