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Page. VI..SEC. 16. Drafted men not required to be discharged; travelling expenses

to be paid; expenses in arresting deserters; Provost Marshals;
no commutation

13 17. Substitutes..

14 18. $50 bounty for re-enlisting 1 year

14 18. $100 bounty for re-enlisting 2 years

14 19. Consolidating reduced regiments..

14 20. No surplus officers to reduced regiments.

15 21. President's action not necessary to execute spies, deserters, mutineers, and murderers.

15 22. Courts-martial may sentence officers to be reduced to ranks

15 23. Clothes, arms, and accoutrements shall not be sold, &c..

15 24. Penalty for harboring or enticing deserters

16 25. Penalty for resisting draft

16 26. Proclamation to deserters to return

16 27. Depositions of witnesses may be taken.

17 28. Judge Advocate may appoint a reporter.

17 29. Court may grant continuance; trial not delayed over 60 days if prisoner is in close confinement..

17 30. What civil offences may be tried by court-martial

17 31. Officers absent with leave on half pay, &c.

17 32. Regimental Commanders may 'grant furloughs

18 33. President authorized to draft.

18 34. President may assign drafted men

18 35. Details to special service; no extra pay

18 36. Revokes General Orders 154 and 162, of 1862, to-enlist volunteers, (see G. 0. 192)

18 37. Pay of Regimental Commissary, Trumpeter, and Veterinary Surgeons

18 38. Spies may be tried by General Court-Martial or Commission. 19 VII. Increase of Engineers of Ordnance, &c., approved March 3, 1863. SEC. 1. Abolishes Topographical Engineers, and merges it with Engineers; organization of Engineers..

19 2. How officers are selected and take rank.

19 3. Examination of Engineers for promotion

19 4. Addition to Ordnance Corps, and examination..

20 5. To pay for steamboats, engines, cars, &c.

20 6. Advance bounty, in case of sick and wounded men

20 7. $50 bounty for re-enlisting for 1 year. 8. Medical and Line Officers to superintend cooking.

21 9. Cooks detailed in turn.

21 10. 2 under cooks; negroes enlisted

21 11. Pepper allowed in ration

21 12. Increased rank in this act to last through war

21 VIII. Signal Corps, &c., approved March 3, 1863. SEC. 17. Organization of Signal Corps, and examination

18. To be mounted, and after war restored to their regiments
19. Two clerks allowed; preference to those who have served.
20. President may appoint officers during recess

25. Judge Advocates have power to compel witnesses IX. To facilitate pay of sick and wounded soldiers, approved March 3, 1863. 23 X.. Resolution of thanks to General Rosecrans

23 XI. Relating to habeas corpus, &c., approved March 3, 1863. SEC. 1. President may suspend writ of habeas corpus

24 2. List to be made of prisoners ; action of grand jurərs, &c.

24 3. How prisoners shall be discharged

26 4. Order of President shall be defence for arrests 5. In relation to bail, appeals, &e.

26 6. Suit may be carried to Supreme Court

7. Two years limitation. XII..For brevetting volunteer officers, approved March 3, 1863.

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Page. XIII. In relation to Acting Assistant Surgeons of Cavalry.

29 XIV..For employing volunteers to enforce laws, &c...

30 XV..To provide for collection of abandoned property, (7 sections)

30 SEC. 6. Duties of officers and men in relation to such abandoned property.. Joint resolution, thanks and a gold medal to General U. S. Grant......... G. 0. 398 Joint resolution, deficiencies inSEC. 1. Appropriation for public printing ; $300 bounty limited to

January 5, 1864.

2. $300 paid for substitutes to be deposited in the treasury G. 0. 400 Army Corps 19th, Department of Gulf

G.O. 5 14th, G. H. Thomas 20th, A. McD. Cook..

G.O. 9 21st, T. L. Crittenden. Generals assigned to 1st, 2d, 3d, 5th, 6th, 11th and 12th, and the Cavalry

G.O. 96 23d, General Hartsuff

G. 0. 103 23d changed..

G. 0. 169 General W. S. Hancock to command 2d corps.

G. 0. 186 4th and 7th distributed.

G. 0. 262 20th and 21st merged in 4th. Court of inquiry on Generals McCook and Crittendon

G. 0. 322 Of Tennessee, General W. T. Sherman to command

G. 0.349 15th, General Logan to command General Butler to 18th, General Palmer to 14th corps.

G. 0. 350 Arizona, Western, Department of New Mexico.

G.O. 13 Abert, Colonel J. J., deceased..

G. O. 25 America, J. M. J., sentence revoked

G.O. 95 Armstrong, Private Milton, 68th Indiana, court-martial on.

G. 0. 127 Artell, Major N. G., 1420 New York.

G. 0. 156 Accounts in Quarterinaster's Department, how to be rendered.

G.O. 165 Allotment, commissioners appointed in New York recognized.

G.O. 166 Ambrose, Lieutenant William, 22d Ohio, dismissed..

G. 0. 180 Aids and other staff officers of absent Generals to join corps, &c.

G. 0. 200 Agents for claims, rules for payment to..

G. 0. 208 par. II, G. 0. 208, rescinded

G. 0. 280 Allen, Brig. General Robert, chief Quartermaster of North West, &c.. G. 0.213 Arkansas, Military Governorship of, abolished.

G. 0. 211 Able, Daniel, proceedings of court set aside.

G. 0.224 Abbott, Private John H., 6th Pennsylvania Reserve, court-martial on. G. 0. 234 Antonalli, Private Geacome, 39th New York

G. 0.246 Armstrong, Joseph, private 15th U. S. Infantry, court-martial on..

G. O. 380 Annessy, Thos. D., rebel recruiting officer, military commission on. G. 0.397

Bell, Colonel J. W., order dismissing, revoked.
Baxter, Ass't Surgeon A. J., dismissed.
Buel, Private Sylvester, 3d New York, shot by court-martial.
Baber, Additional Paymaster, restored
Brown, Lieutenant Joseph, 1024 Pennsylvania, court-martial on..
Bush, Captain A. H., 1430 New York, court-martial on.
Briggs, Lieutenant W. J., 75th Pennsylvania, court-martial on
Bounty and premium to individuals, how paid.

pot paid to be credited on final statement.
premium, and advance pay, revised order.
$300 extra for regulars
$300 extra for veteran volunteers

extra $300 to regular recruits till December 1.. Burd, Lieutenant John D., 4th Kentucky, court-martial on Brozman, M., sentence reversed.

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.0.338 G.O. 94 G. 0. 101 . par. 16.

Braffit, Sergeant Charles, 5th Ohio, sentence commuted
Brundridge, Private Charles, 117th Ohio, sentence commuted.
Borden, 1st Lieutenant J. H., 83d Pennsylvania, court-martial on.
Belts, Samuel C., military commission on..
Burrows, R. W., sentence commuted..
Burrows, 1st Lieutenant, 18th U. S. Infantry, court-martial on..
Blanchard, Private Frederick E., 34th Massachusetts, court-martial on.
Beiser, Private John, 320 Indiana, court-martial on.
Baldwin, Lieutenant Thos. C., 7th Iowa, court-martial on.
Behan, Captain J. H., 16th Virginia, court-martial on.
Boylan, Private Thomas, 1st California, court-martial on
Brower, Private Andrew, New York battery, court-martial on.
Breitenback, Captain J. R., 106 Pennsylvania, court-martial on
Barnett, Private John T., 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry, court-martial on.
Ballan, T. J., military commission on..
Balch, Captain G. T., assistant to Chief of Ordnance
Benton, Captain J. T., to command the Washington arsenal.
Beatty, Edgar, private 15th U. S. Infantry, court-martial on.
Belger, Colonel James, Major and Quartermaster, court-martial on

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Cesnola, Colonel L. P., 4th New York Cavalry, dismissed.
Cesnola, Colonel L. P., restored.
Commission, military, on Dormady and Clarke
Circulars, March 1, 1863, after..
Curtis, General S. R., relieved from Department of Missouri..
Commissioners on Missouri claims..

military, members of, extra pay, &c..
to receive votes of soldiers from Iowa

of votes from Minnesota to visit volunteers
Cotton, Lieutenant Harvey, 6th Virginia, court-martial on
Candles allowed officers in field..
Chase, 1st Sergeant J. A., 24th New York, court-martial on
Claims for property lost, rules for.
Corbin, Wm. F., Confederate army, commission on, shot
Curtis, Major General, relieved from Department of Missouri
Covert, Private A, B., court-martial on..
Carrigan, Private John, 6th Infantry, court-martial on
Cole, Private Jos. F., 117th Ohio, court-martial on
Chaplain, Post, Fort Sumner, New Mexico, May 20

Port Tobacco, Md., April 21.

Fort Trumbull, May 1
Colored Troops, Bureau, and rules of appointment.

Rules for examination of candidates.
Cavada, Lieut. Colonel F. F., 114th Pennsylvania, court-martial on
Cox, Wm. T., Private 8th Missouri Cavalry, military commission on.
Crim, Smith, 8th Missouri Cavalry, military commission on..
Cole, Lieutenant J. P., 144th New York, court-martial on.
Cadets, assignment of
Crumb, Private Samuel D., 89th New York, court-martial on..
Condemned property to be branded .
Colburn, Colonel A. V., Assistant Adjutant General, deceased..
Colerick, Lieutenant William, 1st Michigan Cavalry, court-martial on.
Clary, Lance Corporal John, court-martial on
Cushman, 1st Lieutenant R, P., 14th Massachusetts, court-martial on
Cavalry Bureau, War Department.

Service, regulations for..
Cain, Lieutenant J. H., 104th New York, court-martial on..
Collins, Private Cornelius, 20th New York, military commission on.
Carter, Corporal Edward, 113th New York, court-martial on.
Cooking, medical officers and line officers to supervise

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Cashell, Hazel B., court-martial on
Clifton, Corporal Thomas, 2d California Cavalry
Clark, Private John H., 86th Indiana...
Caldwell, Thomas J., military commission on.
Cunningham, D. B., military commission on
Carpenter, Private George W., 157th New York, court-martial on.
Courts-martial, errors in....

errors in..

attention called to act of March 3, 1863.
Cotter, Captain Oliver, 5th New York, court-martial on.
Clary, John, Company A., Permanent Party, pardoned
Cooks, African, how enlisted, &c. .
Cutts, Captain J. M., 11th Infantry, court-martial on
Cutting, Major William, A. D. C., court-martial on.
Commutation of quarters and rations in Washington.

in New York increased.
Clothing, prices of
Carter, Private John, 3d Virginia Cavalry, court-martial on
Crossman, Lieutenant G. H., 10th Infantry.
Campbell, Private John, 26th Indiana
Clark, 2d Lieutenant James, 71st Pennsylvania
Chalmers, Captain G. B., 63d Pennsylvania.
Conklin, 2d Lieutenant A. L., 11th Ohio.
Castleberry, Corporal G. W., 1220 Illinois..
Carroll, Daniel, citizen, military commission on....
Casey, George W., citizen, military commission on
Cook, John F., citizen, military commission on..

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Department of the East, (v. G. 0. 33).

Washington created..
the East, New Jersey added
Key West and Tortugas, to Gulf..
Western Virginia, to Middle Department
Missouri, General Schofield to command
Monongahela and Susquehanna..
Western Virginia-General Kelley.
Virginia to include part of Maryland, &c..
Western Virginia, counties of Ilancock, Brooke, and Ohio

added to..
Ohio, General Foster to relieve Burnside

Modified.
Virginia and North Carolina, St. Mary's county, Md., and

counties of Accomac and Northampton annexed.
Denison, Hospital Chaplain, dropped
Dorst, Captain W. P., Commmissary of Subsistence, dismissed'.
Davidson, Major D., 4th U. S. Infantry, dismissed.
Deserters, proclamation to ..

rolls of, to be sent to Provost Marshal General.
reports of, required..
reward for, increased to $10.
circular about trial of, August 18.

reward for, $30...
Donnell, Captain E. P., C. S. Volunteers, discharged
Drafted men in service from date of draft, clothing to be issued to.

Circular giving rendezvous of, July 3, 1863. Durnin, Private William, 50th New York, court-martial on. Dilks, Private James H., 73d New York, court-martial on. Dawson, Major S. K., 19th Artillery, restored.

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Cesnola, Colonel L. P., 4th New York Cavalry, dismissed. .....
Cesnola, Colonel L. P., restored....
Commission, military, on Dormady and Clarke ...
Circulars, March 1, 1863, after......
Curtis. General S. R., relieved from Department of Missouri..
Commissioners on Missouri claims......

military, members of, extra pay, &c....
to receive votes of soldiers from Iowa ...

of votes from Minnesota to visit volunteers...
Cotton, Lieutenant Harvey, 6th Virginia, court-martial on ...
Candles allowed officers in field....

........ ....

Chase, 1st Sergeant J. A., 24th New York, court-martial on ...

Claims for property lost, rules for....

Corbin, Wm. F., Confederate army, commission on, shot ....

Curtis, Major General, relieved from Department of Missouri..

Covert, Private A. B., court-martial on........

Carrigan, Private John, 6th Infantry, court-martial on ....

Cole, Private Jos. F., 117th Ohio, court-martial on ..

Chaplain, Post, Fort Sumner, New Mexico, May 20..

Port Tobacco, Md., April 2.......

Fort Trumbull, May 1 ................

Colored Troops, Bureau, and rules of appointment......

Rules for examination of candidates.....

Cavada, Lieut. Colonel F, F., 114th Pennsylvania, court-martial on ...

Cor. Wm. T., Private 8th Missouri Cavalry, military commission on....

Crim, Smith, 8th Missouri Cavalry, military commission on...

Cole, Lieutenant J. P., 144th New York, court-martial on.....

Cadets, assignment of .......

Crumb, Private Samuel D., 89th New York, court-martial on..

Condemned property to be branded .......

Colburn, Colonel A. V., Assistant Adjutant General, deceased......

Colerick, Lieutenant William, 1st Michigan Cavalry, court-martial on.

Clary, Lance Corporal John, court-martial on .......

Cushman, 1st Lieutenant R. P., 14th Massachusetts, court-martial on ....

Cavalry Bureau, War Department.............

Service, regulations for....

Cain, Lieutenant J. H., 104th New York, court-martial on.....
Collins. Private Cornelius, 20th New York, military commission on..
Carter, Corporal Edward, 113th New York, court-martial on........
Cooking, medical officers and line officers to supervise .......

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