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Harrison, Lieutenant J. H., dismissed the service
Hays, Surgeon David S., dismissed the service
Heads of Departments to report to Congress all Contracts for goods and supplies
Hewitt, Brigade Surgeon Henry S., ordered to Newport Barracks..
Hitchcock, Major General E. A., announced as Commissioner for exchange of Prison-
camp and garrison Equipage, statement of cost of.....
Hoffman, Lieutenant Colonel, Commissary General of Prisoners Headquarters of,
Holt, Hou. Joseph, appointed Judge Advocate General of the Army
Horses, mounted Officers authorized to take from the Public Stables one or two
Hospital Accommodations of the sick, plans for the
Supplies, one Wagon to each regiment for transportation of
66 men received in, without Descriptive Rolls..
Hospital Stewards, pay of, increased to Thirty Dollars per month.
Howard, Lieutenant John C., Court Martial proceedings in case of.
Hoxton, Lieutenant L. G., dismissed the service....
Hoy, Recruit Samuel, trial of, by Court Martial
Hunter, Major General D., assigned to command of Department of Kausas
Hurlbut, Major General S. A., assigned to Sixteenth Army Corps
Incomplete Regiments, consolidation of..
Independent Organizations, as such, in United States service, not to be hereafter rec-
Inspectors, General, to-inspect Bands and discharge members of who are not Musicians
Instructions concerning subsistence and 'transportation of Drafted Militia
Interment of those who fall in battle.....
appropriation for payment of expenses of
Jordan, Captain Thomas, Court Martial proceedings in case of..
Johnston, Captain George H., dismissed the service...........
Joint Resolution of Congress explanatory of the Act to suppress Insurrection, etc....
Kerr, Brevet Second Lieutenant John M., dropped from the Rolls..
Kessler, Private John, trial and death sentence of..
Key, Major John J., dismissed the service....
Larned, Paymaster General B. F., death of, announced...
Letters written by Soldiers not to be Prepaid.....
received by officers for transmittal through the Lines to persons in the Enemy's
to officers and men detained as Prisoners by the Insurgents..
official copies of, not to be given to unauthorized Persons on pain of dis-
Letz, Frederick, trial and death sentence of...
Lewis, Sely, proceedings in case of.......
Light Artillery, duty of buying horses for, re-transferred to Quartermasters' Depart-
Line Officers of old Regiments transferred to new Regiments to retain their rank....
Macrae, Major Nathaniel C., retired from service......
Majors, three authorized for a Cavalry Regiment of twelve Companies..
Maury, Captain Dabney H., dismissed the service.....
McClellan, Major General George B., assigned to Department of the Ohio......
McDowell, Brigadier General Irvin, assigned to Geographical Department in Vir-
McHenry, Colonel John H., dismissed the service...
Medals of Honor to Enlisted Men for gallantry in action...
Directors in certain cases to organize Examining Boards..
48, 258, 258
to approve and countersign Certificates of Disability..
of Army Corps, approval of, required on Surgeons' certificates for
giving Certificates of Disability without proper cause to be reported
Inspector General to have charge of Sanitary condition of the Army......
Storekeepers, regulations governing Appointment of....
when appointed, to give Bond in amount of $40,000...
Members of Bands not Musicians to be discharged..
Middle Department created, under Major General Dix.....
Mileage Allowance to Officers reduced to six cents per mile...
Post, every, to have one Sutler appointed by the Secretary of War.....
may discharge Paroled men
Militia service not to exceed Nine months'
66 mode of Organization of.......
250, 256, 296
Mill Spring, Congratulatory Order of President respecting victory of..
Miller, Lieutenant Wesley F., Court Martial proceedings in case of
Lieutenant Thomas E., retired from service
Mills, Lieutenant Samuel F.,
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 .
Lieutenant Colonel Thompson, retired from service
Lieutenant Ira L., cashiered
More, Adjutant Thomas T.,
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
Mountain Department extended Eastward
Musicians, two to be enlisted for each Company of Cavalry, to be rated and paid as
Regiments, Officers commanding, specially referred to G. O. No. 50 of 1861.
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 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.....
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No Officer to visit Washington without special authority..
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 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.... 845