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Commercial Intercourse, regulations of Secretary of the Treasury respecting
Convalescents in Army Hospitals to be reported to Military Commander by Surgeons
Copeland, Major R. Morris, dismissed the service
Corps of Engineers, additions to
66 of Medical Cadets added to the Medical Staff..
Courts Martial, proceedings of, to be forwarded to Judge Advocate of the Army
Court of Inquiry to determine cases of officers absent without leave.....
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Couriers with dispatches to and from legations of Friendly Powers exempt from travel-
Cox, Brigadier General J. D., to be honorably discharged..
Cutler, Captain John R, review by Major General McClellan in case of
Dalton, Surgeon Edward B., restored to service
Davidson, Captain Henry B., dropped from the Rolls..............
Deceased Soldiers, their place of Burial to be carefully noted, etc.
Volunteers, the $100 Bounty due .....
De Camp, Surgeon Samuel G. J., retired from service
Department of the West, Headquarters of, changed to Fort Leavenworth....
boundaries of, correctly defined, 225; extended
of New England temporarily constituted, 165; abrogated..
66 forces in, to constitute the Tenth Army Corps.
Department Commanders to organize Boards of Examination
Troops belonging to one, passing into another..
Depot Quartermaster to provide storage for surplus baggage, etc.
Descriptive Lists to be furnished Enlisted Men when separated from Companies,
never to be given to the Men themselves...
Detached Officers to advise Adjutant General of their movements and address....
Discharged Volunteers, within three months after entering service...
Discharged, officers absent for more than sixty days on acount of wounds or disease,
Discharges on ground of Minority prohibited ...
Discharge Papers of men in Hospital without Descriptive Lists, etc..
Discharge of Enlisted men by Medical Inspector General...
Discharges of Volunteer Staff by department commanders void unless approved by
of money to Militia in Missouri, to be made by United States Disburs-
Disbursing Officers to use only the funds provided by law.....
Act to provide for prompt settlement of Accounts of...
Discase existing prior to entering service, Officers absent on account of, to be imme-
Dix, Major General, assigned to Department of Maryland..
to report to Major General McClellan for orders..
Dodge, Lieutenant Frederick, dropped from the Rolls...
Double Ration Posts, Camp Pickett and Fort Chehallis, W. T., announced as..
Drafted Men to be formed into Companies and Regiments of Infantry..
Draper, Simeon, appointed Commissioner under G. O. 92, respecting absent Officers
Draper, Simeon, appointed Provost Marshal General, War Department....
Duplicate Discharge or Final Statements not to be given by any Officer..
Enlistment of Volunteers who do not speak the English language.
of Volunteers to be made on forms similar to those of the Regular service..
into Regular Army from Volunteer force......
Enlisted men of Volunteers taken Prisoners by the enemy and paroled, to be dis-
separated from their companies, on Detached service, etc., to be pro-
not Musicians, serving with Bands, to be returned to their Companies.. 344
Evarts, Lieutenant Theodore, Court Martial proceedings in case of...
Express Agency, transportation by, prohibited except in emergency..
Extra Duty men at offices in Washington to be mustered and paid in Detachments...
pay of Armorers detailed in Regiments...
Fay, Private Justus, remission of Sentence in case of..
Federal Citizens Prisoners of War, list of, exchanged...
Fees to Civil Officers for administering Oath of Enlistment prohibited
Field and Staff of Volunteer Cavalry..
Final Statements or Discharge not to be Duplicated....
Finley, Surgeon General Clement A., placed on Retired List..
First Lieutenant to be Mustered in with half a Company.
Five hundred thousand Volunteers called out....
Flogging as a Punishment in the Army abolished......
Forage in Kind, officers to receive the amount of, authorized during state of War.
Fort Churchill and Fort Wise announced as.Double Ration Posts.
Fort Pickens, gallantry of the Garrison of, announced in Orders...
Forty cents per day for use and risk of Horse, etc..
Foster, Major General J. G., assigned to Eighteenth Army Corps..
Free Passes to Officers over Railroads when sent out to Recruit...
Fugitives from service, Officers forbidden to employ the Military forces in Returning.. 892
Garland, Captain Robert B., dismissed the service.
Gatsmer, additional Paymaster H. S., dismissed the service..
General Officers of Volunteers not to take Aides from the Regular Army..
to recommend for Appointment their Chiefs of Staff....
concerning Applications for Appointment of Staff Officers..
Gibson, Brevet Major General George, death of announced...
Giles, Captain Emerson F., restored to service...
Godwin, Lieutenant W. J., dismissed the service...
Goode, Lieutenant John T., 66
Goodrich, Lieutenant Frank C., restored to Commission..
Governor of New York to commission certain Officers, etc...
83, 88, 89
to fill vacancies among Commissioned Officers in Volunteer regi-
to inform Adjutant General of all Appointments to fill vacancies.
to commission Volunteer Officers and authorize Muster in of Ad-
to raise no more Batteries, Regiments, etc., except upon special
to give Transportation passes to Volunteers returning to their
to make known G. O. 61 of 1862, respecting Disabled Officers.... 262
Graham, Major Campbell, retired from service....
Graham, Brigadier General L. P., appointed Chief of Cavalry at Camp of Instruction 260
Habeas Corpus, writ of, Suspended in respect to parties liable to Draft absenting them-
Haggerty, Lieutenant James A., Court Martial proceedings in case of........
Hartsuff, Brigadier General George L., assigned to Special duty in War Department.. 254