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Act of Congress making appropriations for pay of two and three years' volunteers.... 257
to authorize appointment of Medical Storekeepers and Chaplains of
to prevent and punish fraud on part of officers entrusted with making
making appropriation for payment of Bounty to Volunteers.
to grant Pensions......
to prevent members of Congress from participation in contracts, etc.
to suppress insurrection, to punish treason, etc......
providing for prompt settlement of accounts of disbursing officers...
to amend the act calling forth the Militia, etc....
to reimburse State of Missouri for expense of Arming and Paying
suspending temporarily operation of the Act to Punish Frauds in
Actual Travelling Expenses of recruiting officers detailed from Regiments..
Adjutant General assigned to Army Corps to remain permanently attached.......
grade of Captain abolished in the.
Adjutants, Regimental, Appointment and Resignation of, to be reported to Adjutant
Adjutant or Post Commander to forward Mortuary Records to the Adjutant General.. 158
to Volunteers enlisting in the Regular Army.....
African descent, persons of, to be employed for Suppression of Rebellion...
Agents for paying Pensions, compensation of...............
Aides-de-Camp, President to appoint additional...
to General Officers not to be taken from Regular Army..
to be selected as authorized in Act of July 29, 1861..
additional not to be placed on duty until appointed by the President.
Lieutenants appointed, carried on Regimental Rolls as on detached
power of apppointing rests exclusively with the President....
Allegiance, Oath of, certain officers to take the....
Allen, Colonel Wm. H., Court Martial proceedings in case of......
All Volunteers mustered into United States service paid from date of Company organ-
All Leaves of Absence annulled..
Allowance of Clothing prescribed, not to be exceeded except in urgent cases..
Andrews, Colonel Timothy P., Paymaster General, retired from Active Duty.
of Major and Brigadier Generals, restrictions on.
Approval of authority for Recruiting Details to leave their Regiments..
64 Ration increased..
of Coffee and Sugar authorized to be Commuted for extract of Coffee...
President to Establish and Organize according to his discretion.
of Virginia formed, and Major General John Pope assigned to Command
of the Potomac, Major General McClellan relieved of Command of the
will be called for and received by Batteries, by the War Department
Adjutants General of Divisions and Brigades, not personal staff
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
Bakeries, savings from, to be purchased by Subsistence Department..
for Volunteer Regiments, none to be mustered into service in future
Bands, men Mustered with, who are not Musicians, to be discharged..
Banks, Major General, assigned to Department of the Shenandoah
Barnes, Private Jackson, sentence remitted....
Bates, Brigadier General J. H., to be honorably discharged
Beall, Captain Lloyd, dismissed the service
Belton, Colonel F. T., retired from service
Blank Forms for Regimental and Company use, how obtained.
Blue Overcoat, Officers in time of actual field service authorized to wear the
Board of Examination on Retiring Officers
to determine fitness of Surgeons for corps of Volunteer Sur-
Board and Lodging of recruits not to exceed 40 cents per day.
to soldiers of Old army reenlisting at distant Stations, discontinued
to heirs of soldiers of Regular Army enlisted since July 1, 1861..
and Advance pay discontinued to Volunteers for new regiments, after 15th of
Brannan, Brigadier General J. M., assigned to Department of Key West.
Brooks, Lieutenant Colonel H., announced as Military Commander at Philadelphia... 250
Cadwallader, Brevet Major General, honorably discharged the service ...
Cadet reported deficient, not to be reappointed, unless upon recommendation of Aca-
Quartermaster's at, to make requisitions for Funds
- stricken from the rolls.....
Camp, Additional Paymaster William F., dropped..
Camp of Instruction for 50,000 men authorized, at Annapolis
Canby, Colonel E. R. S., assigned to Command Department of New Mexico..
Captain and Second Lieutenant, when mustered in...
Captains of Companies to report quarterly to Ordnance Department, kind of arms
Cavalry, the First, Second, Third, Fourth, and Fifth regiments of, designated..... 95, 100
forces, organization of, remodeled......
special inspection of, ordered
Cemetery Grounds for soldiers dying in the service
Certificates of Disability to be accompanied by blank discharge
Chambliss, Lieutenant N. R., dismissed the service
Chaplain, one allowed to each regiment.
35, 89, 94
Chaplains of New York two years' regiments, same pay as Chaplains of other regi-
of Volunteer regiments to be mustered into service like commissioned offi-
appointed by the President to be assigned to duty by Surgeon General
Chief Medical officer in charge of General Hospitals, responsibility of, respecting dis-
Chief Quartermaster, surplus wagons to be turned over to
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, respecting property of
Christie, Lieutenant S. L., dismissed the service
Churchill, Colonel and Brevet Brigadier General Sylvester, retired from service..
Citizens liable to Draft not allowed to go to a foreign country..
Civil Surgeons tendering services for sick and wounded, allowances of.
of New York Volunteers, prices of.....
Clements, Private Lawrence, sentence in case of.
Clothing, statement of cost of, and camp, and garrison equipage...
allowance prescribed in Army Regulations not to be exceeded, except in
accounts to be settled after one year's service..
Cole, Lieutenant Alonzo A., Court Martial proceedings in case of
66 requiring recruits to make requisition therefor on Superin-
of Armies, Departments, etc., to forward copies of their orders to Adju-
of Departments and Army Corps, to direct frequent inspection of bag-
of Posts, to seize Military clothing, etc., disposed of by soldiers
Commissioned officers of Volunteers, allowances of, from place of enrolment to place
entitled to pay from date of muster in ......... 151
Commissioner of Pensions, twenty additional clerks authorized in the office of
to superintend return of absent officers and men
for each County under the draft..
Commissioners to superintend Drafting, pay of, etc.
Commissions by the President to Volunteer officers considered same as by Governors
below the maximum, to report state of
Department to issue rations to Signal parties ....
Commissaries of Subsistence, once assigned to an army corps to remain permanently
Company Commanders to account for Funds derived from surplus rations
" “ ༔ to state particularly cause of Disability in cases of discharge..
Companies to be sent to camps of rendezvous as fast as mustered