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CLAIMS.

Respecting settlement of, for stores furnished the Government in the late
rebellious States...

(IV) 8
Publishes joint resolution to settle, of assignee of the Washington,
Georgetown, and Alexandria railroad company.

.11
Act for relief of certain drafted men to apily only to, received at the
War Department prior to February 28, 1807

..13
Respecting settlement of, for quartermasters' stores furnished the Gov.
.ernment during the Morgan raid through Indiana and Ohio..
(See BUREAU OF REFUGEES, FREEDMEN, ETC.)..

53
CLERKS.

Publishes joint resolution giving additional compensation to certain, of
the Government at Washington...

20
Secretary of War authorized to increase pay of, at United States armory

at Springfield, Mass.....
CLOTHING.

Secretary of War required to furnish a complete suit of, to each invalid

inmate of any regular soldiers' home..
Secretary of Warauthorized to sell any surplus, at first cost to the National
Asylum for Disabled Volunteers.

45
Mounted volunteers accepted to suppress Indian hostilities to receive
same, as regular troops..

72
Gratuitous issue of, authorized for all soldiers recovering from contagious
diseases.

98
Publishes cost of,..

1 102
COLORS.

Regiments formed from three-battalion organizations authorized to bear

on their, names of battles in which former regiment participated... .55
COLT'S REVOLVERS.
(See REVOLVERS).

19
COMMISSARY SERGEANT.
Publishes description of chevrons for a regimental,.

.40
COMMISSIONER.

(See BUREAU OF REFUGEES, FREEDMEN, ETC.)..
COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
Office of, abolished ; duties of, to be performed by the Chief Engineer of

.32, (1) 39
Moneys in hand of the, to be transferred to the Chief Engineer of the
army.

(11) 39
COMMISSIONERS.

Secretaries of War and Navy authorized to place hulks and vessels at
disposal of quarantine, for two years from February 28, 1867..

12
Appointed-under act of March 23, 1867—to reimburse the State of Olio

for moneys expended in enrolling, &c., militia to assemble at Colum-
bus, Ohio, July 1, 1867 ; Quartermaster's Department to furnish suitable
apartment and necessary stationery.

60
Appointed—under act of March 29, 1867—to reimburse the State of

Indiana for moneys expended in enrolling, &ic., Inilitia to assemble at
Indianapolis, Indiana, July 9, 1867; Quartermaster's Department to
furnish suitable apartment and necessary stationery..

.61
Three--not below rank of brigadier general--to be appointed to ascertain

and remove just causes of complaint on part of certain Indian tribes;
to select lands for a permanent home for all Indians pot peacefully
residing on permanent reservations; failing to secure peace authorized
to accept services of not more than 4,000 mounted volunteers (See VOL.
UNTEERS)

72
COMMISSIONS (Military).

District commanders authorized to convene,; sentence of death awarded

by, under provisions of this act not to be carried into effect without
approval of the President..

.10
COMMUTATION.

Provisions of joint resolution respecting, of rations to prisoners of war

to include all soldiers, sailors or marines who died in prison or subse-
quent to their release; accounts for,-how paid...

6

53, 86

the army

.......85

COMMUTATION-Continued.
(See MILEAGE)....

74
Rate of, for quarters at Brownville, Texas, increased to $18 per room
from September 1, 1867..

84
Fixes rate of, for quarters at Brownsville, Texas, Montgomery, Alabama,
and St. Louis, Missouri...

..100
COMMUTATION MONEY.

To be refunded to drafted men who paid it and were required to enter the
service or furnish a substitute..

13
COMPENSATION,

Publishes joint resolution giving additional, to certain clerks and em-
ployés of the government at Washington....

20
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.

Publishes President's proclamation calling upon civil, military, and naval

oflicers, and citizens generally, to unite in earnestly supporting the,
CONSTITUTIONS.

Respecting election of delegates to conventions to form, for the late rebel

States; if approved by Congress to entitle the States adopting them
to representation..

33
CONTRACTS.
Publishes regulations governing, at military posts..

97
CONVENTIONS.

Respecting election of delegates to, to establish civil government in the

late rebel States (See DISTRICTS); to prescribe fees, salary, &c., of
delegates and other officers

33
COUNSEL.

Legal, not to be engaged by officers without authority of the Secretary of
War...

-. September 20
COURT MARTIAL.

Modifies General Orders No. 95 of 1866 enumerating legal punishments
for soldiers by sentence of,

4
Officers convicted by, of enforcing peonage, directly or indirectly, to be

dishonorably dismissed and rendered ineligible to any government
otice of honor or profit...

16
COURT OF CLAIMS.
Declares sense of act of July 4, 1864, restricting jurisdiction of the,

-(IV) 8
Extends provisions of act of July 4, 1864, restricting jurisdiction of the, 27
DAVID'S ISLAND.
Publishes joint resolution for purchase of, New York Harbor..

-(VII) 8
DEATH.

Sentence of, awarded by a military commission, not to be carried into
effect without approval of the President.

10
DELEGATES.

District commanders empowered to direct an election of, to a State con-
vention to establish a civil government for such State..

33
DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA.
Major General E. 0. C. Ord to command the,

104
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARKANSAS.

Indian Territory transferred from, to the Department of the Missouri 14
DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND.

How constituted; Major General J. Pope to command it; headquarters
at Louisville, Kentucky..

14
Major General G. H. Thomas to command the,

18
Major General W. S. Hancock to command the,
Major General G. H. Thomas to remain in command of the,

81
DEPARTMENT OF THE LAKES.

Post of Jeffersonville, Indiana, transferred from, to the Department of
the Tennessee.

.2

14

DEPARTMENT OF THE MISSOURI.

Indian Territory attached to the,

Major General P. H. Sheridan to command the,.
DEPARTMENT OF THE TENNESSEE.

Post of Jeffersonville, Indiana, annexed to the,.

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DEPARTMENT OF WASHINGTOX.

Counties of Alexandria and Fairfax, in Virginia, transferred from, to the
First Military District...

...11
DEPARTMENTS.

Commanders of, authorized to send destitute soldiers on furlough to a

post or depot thence to be forwarded to their stations ; may order trans.
portation tickets to be purchased for them by the Quartermaster's De.
partment (See TRANSPORTATION TICKETS)..

3
Extra issue of candles (not exceeding thirty pounds per month) allowed
to headquarters of,

57
Commanders of, to give orders for appropriate observance of approaching
anniversary of the National Independence.

66
Commanders of, to cause discharge of all civilian employés if their places

can be supplied by enlisted men; to call for reports of employés in the
Quartermaster's Department.

76
Commanders of, authorized to permit traders to form settlements on mili.

tary reservations; may restrict number of traders to one or any greater
number; permission to trade to state explicitly that no right to perma-
nent occupation or ownership is implied therein

August 22
Chief Quariermasters of, to cause auction sales of all wagon and harness,

&c., turned in to the Quartermaster's Department; commanders of,
charged with the execution of this order...

88
Attention of commanders of, called to General Orders No. 24 of 1859 re.
specting furloughs to enlisted men whose term of service is nearly

October 24
DEPOSITS.
(See CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT)..

May 16
DESERTERS.

Recruiting officers to make renewed efforts to secure apprehension of, . . Sept. 16
Transportation of, arrested by recruiting officers to be paid from recruit.
ing funds...

Norember 20
DESPATCHES.
Use of telegraph for sending, to be reduced..

September 10
DESTITUTE.

Secretary of War authorized to issue supplies of food to relieve the desti.
tute in the southern and southwestern States......

.37
DISBURSING OFFICERS.

To make no payment to persons not known to have opposed the rebellion
and to have been in favor of its suppression.

22
Publishes joint resolution to facilitate stuement of accounts of,

23
Calls attention of, to resolution to facilitate settlement of their accounts.. April 8
Respecting deposits made by, to credit of United States Treasurer (See

CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT).
Weekly reports by, of public funds in their possession or on deposit to be
made by mail.

.. September 10
DISCHARGE PAPERS.
Respecting payment of bounty in cases where the, have been lost..

9
No payment to be made on, unless the soldier is identified ; officers signing,

to instruct the soldier to present them to a designated chief paymaster
and notify the latter of the fact otherwise than through the man dis.
charged

82
DISEASES.

Gratuitous issue of clothing authorized for all soldiers recovering from
contagious,

98
DISMISSAL.

Officers enforcing peonage, directly or indirectly, liable on conviction to
dishonorable,

16
DISTRICT ATTORNEYS.
Respecting employment of United States, by army officers .......

.. September 20

May 16

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

$5,000 appropriated for support, in part, of National Soldiers' and
Sailors' Orphan Home in,

38
Publishes act making appropriation for repair of Long Bridge in, .......(II) 39
civil governments in the southern States (See DISTRICTS); to be by ballot....33
EMOLUMENTS,

DISTRICT of COLUMBIA-Continued.

All appropriations for Washington aqueduct and other public works in,
to be expended under direction of Secretary of War.....

- (III) 39
DISTRICTS.

The southern States to be divided into five military,; civil and military

powers of commanders of, enumerated; commanders of military, an.
thorized to convene military commissions (See COMMISSIONS); condi.
tions on which the military, shall cease to exist prescribed.

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Counties of Alexandria and Fairfax, in Virginia, annexed to the First
Military,

14
Major General J. Pope to command the Third Military,

18
Commanders of military, to cause a registration to be made before Sep.

tember 1, 1867, of all male citizens twenty-one years of age and up.
wards residing within their respective commands (See REGISTRATION);
empowered to direct an election of delegates to a state convention to
establish a constitution and civil government for such State; may ap-
point as many boards of registration as may be necessary::

33
A paymaster to be assigned to each of the military, to disburse recon.
struction funds.

51
Headquarters of the Third Military, transferred to Atlanta, Georgia

52
Extra issue of candles (not exceeding twenty pounds per month) allowed

to headquarters of military,; headquarters of sub, allowed an extra
issue not exceeding ten pounds monthly...

57
Commanders of military, to have power to make civil appointments, re-

movals, and suspensions; may extend to October 1, 1867, time for
completing original registration; empowered to remove any member
of boards of registration and fill vacancies; not bound by any opinion of
any civil officer of the United States...

(1) 71
Commanders of military, to cause discharge of all civilian employés if

their places can be supplied by enlisted men; to call for reports of em-
ployés in the Quartermaster's Department

76
Major General G. H. Thomas to command the Fifth Military,

.77
Major Genera! E. R. S. Canby to command the Second Military,

.80
Major General W. S. Hancock to command the Fifth Military,

..81
Commanders of military, to co-operate with Commissioner of Bureau of

Refugees, Freedmen, &c., in reducing number of employés and volun-
teers still retained in service..

.86
Chief quartermasters of military, to cause auction sales of all wagons

and barness, &c., turned into the Quartermaster's Department; com-
manders of, charged with the execution of this order.

88
Major General I. McDowell to command the Fourth Military,

104
Major General G. G. Meade to command the Third Military,

.104
DRAFTED MEN.

Publishes act to suspend payment as compensation to persons claiming
service or labor of colored,

(II) 7
Publishes act for relief of certain, who paid commutation money..

13
Publishes joint resolution suspending all proceedings respecting payment
for, held as slaves...

42
DREDGE BOATS.

Secretary of War authorized to build two, for use at mouth of Mississippi
river..

47
ELECTIONS.

Respecting, to be had for delegates to State conventions to establish

Provisions of act of June 20, 1864, increasing pay of soldiers not to be
construed as increasing, of oflicers.

28
EMPLOYÉS.

Publishes joint resolution giving additional compensation to certain, of
the civil service in Washington..

.20
All civilian, in the Quartermaster's Department whose services can be

dispensed with to be discharged; copy of authority under which
civilian, are employed to be hereafter furnished the Quartermaster
General.

76
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3

9

EMPLOYÉS- Continued.

District commanders to coöperate with Commissioner of Bureau of Refu.
gees, Freedmen, &c., in reducing number of civilian, ..

86
Publishes regulations respecting employment of civilian, in the several

branches of the service,
Publishes form for keeping and stating internal revenue withheld as tax
on salaries of Government,

103
EMPLOYMENT.
Prohibits, of soldiers on extra duty as artificers or wagoners.......

.95
ENCAMPMENTS.

Prohibits establishment of, on ground occupied for same purpose within

present year.
ENGINEER BUREAU.

Duties of Commissioner of Public Buildings to be performed by chief of, 32, (1) 39
Moneys in hands of Commissioner of Public Buildings to be transferred to

chief of, and expended by him or such officer as he may designate....(II) 39
Chief of, may employ not to exceed fire civil engineers to execute sur.
veys, &c., of western and northwester rivers.

....49
ENGINEERS.

Pay of quartermaster sergeant of battalion of, to be same as allowed to
the sergeant major of samne battalion..

.(V) 8
(See CIVIL ENGINEERS).....
ENLISTED MEN.

Publisheg order to facilitate return of destitute, on furlough (See

DEPARTMENTS). -
Modifies General Orders No. 95 of 1866, enuinerating legal punishment of,
Continues increased pay of, ; respecting commutation of rations to, held

as prisoners of war..
Losing Spencer's carbines or Colt's or Remington's revolvers to be charged
on muster rolls at rate of $100 for the former and $50 for the latter.

19
Respecting exhibit of stoppages against, on account of tobacco.

..63
Restores paragraph 895 Revised Regulations respecting legal punishments

for,
(See DISCHARGE PAPERS).

..82
Respecting furloughs to, whose term of service is nearly out; the three

months' extra pay to, on reënlisting was repealed by section 9 of act of
August 3, 1861..

October 24
Prohibits employment of, on extra duty as artificers or wagoners..

.95
Gratuitous issue of clothing authorized for, recovering froin contagious
diseases..

98
ENLISTMENTS.

Respecting, of boys under twenty-one (See Boys); not to be made

without written consent of parent or guardian; prohibited in cases where

there is neither parent, guardian, nor master (See MINORITY).... January 31
Not to be made of men less than five feet five inches in height; regula.

tion not to apply to musicians or men reënlisting or enlisting in the
Veteran Reserve Corps.

February 18
For the general service may be made of men not less than five feet two
inches in height. (Rescinded by circular of Dec. 2)...

May 24
ENROLLMENT.

Respecting reimbursement of moneys expended by State of West Vir-
ginia for, &r., of militia forces..

35
Respecting reimbursement of moneys expended by States of Ohio and
Indiana for, &c., of militia forces..

36
EQUIPMENT.

Respecting reimbursement of moneys expended by State of West Vir.
ginia for, &c., of militia forces..

35
Respecting reimbursement of moneys expended by States of Ohio and

Indiana for, &c., of militia forces....
EQUIPMENTS.

.36

Secretary of War to issue arms and, to State of Tennessse sufficient for
10,000 militia...

50
Mounted volunteers accepted to suppress Indian hostilities to receive

same, as regular troops.

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