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NATIONAL SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' ORPILIN HOME.

$5,000 appropriated for support in part of the, in the District of Colum-

bia..
NAVY.

Respecting commutation of rations to sailors and marines held as prison.
ers of war.

9
Secretaries of War and, authorized to place hulks and vessels at disposal
of quarantine commissioners for two years froin February 28, 1807

12
Officers of the, to prevent whipping and maining of the person in the
late rebellious States.

15, (II) 17
Secretaries of War and, to detail a joint board to test relative merits of
turret and broadside systems of iron-clad vessels-of-war

(INT) 17
Respecting checks, &c., issued in settlement of claims of colored sailors.....53
Officers of the, to sustain the United States courts in a faithful adminis:
tration of the laws.

85
NEVADA.

Respecting traveling expenses of, volunteers discharged in New Mexico,
Arizona, &c. (See TRAVELING EXPENSES)......

(11) 17
NEW MEXICO.
Peonage abolished in Territory of, (See PEOSAGE)

.16
Respecting traveling expenses of California and Nevada volunteers dis.
charged in, (See TRAVELING EXPENSES)....

(11 17
NEW YORK HARBOR.
Publishes joint resolution for purchase of David's Island in, ..

(VII) 8
NORTH CAROLINA.
State of, embraced in Second Military District (See DisTRICTS).

.10
All militia forces now in service in State of, to be discontinued (See
MILITIA).

.15, (II) 17
OATHI.

Prescribes form of, to be taken by citizens of the southern States seeking
to be registered ; form of, to be taken by registering officer....

.33
OATH OF OFFICE.

All members of the boards of registration to take the prescribed for
officers of the United States...

(1) 71
OCCUPATION.

Publishes act to authorize, of portion of Long Island, Boston Harbor, for
military purposes...

46
OFFICE.

Discontinues, of the Assistant Judge Advocate General at Louisville,
Kentucky.

1
Of Assistant Secretary of War abrogated...
OFFICERS.

Publishes instructions to, on recruiting service (See Boys, ENLIST:
MENT)

January 31
Pay of all, below rank of major general increased thirty-three and one.

third per centum for two years from July 1, 1866 (See FIELD OFFICERS,

GENERAL OFFICERS); on the retired list entitled to longevity ratious.....9
Enforcing peonage, directly or indirectly, to be tried by court ma lial
(See COURT MARTIAL)

16
Krowingly transmitting or obeying military orders not issued through the

General of the army liable, on conviction, to be imprisoned not less
than two nor more than twenty years ; of the army and navy to prevent

whipping or maiming of the person in the late rebellious States....15, (II) 17
President authorized to confer brevets on, for services in the volunteer
force prior to their appointment in the regular army.

21
Service in the volunteer force to be taken in account in computing length

of service of,; provisions of act of June 20, 1864, not to be construed as
increasing emoluments of, (See SERVANTS)..

2
Respecting settlement of accounts of, in certain cases.

43
Respecting exhibit of stoppages against, for tobacco furnished them by

the Subsistence Department.
All, other than quartermasters to turn into the Quartermaster's Depart-

ment all public horses, wagons, &c., in their possession; prohibited
hereafter from using public means of transportation without written

9

63
78

OFFICERS-Continued.

orders from War Department, or from division or department commander
if stationed west of the Mississippi.

76
Not to be addressed officially by any other than the lineal or brevet rank

held by them in the regular army (See UNIFORM).
(See DISCHARGE PAPERS)

82
(See DISBURSING OFFICERS).

. April 8, May 16, September 10
On the recruiting service to make increased efforts to secure apprehension
of deserters.

.. September 16
Not to employ legal counsel without authority of Secretary of War.... Sept. 20
Respecting sale of canned fruits and vegetables to,.

..87
Authorized to submit to regimental commander practical suggestions rela-

tive to their respective spheres of duty (See REGIMENTS) - September 23
(See RECRUITING SERVICE)...

.November 20
(See COMMUTATION)...

..100
All volunteer, to be mustered out January 1, 1868, except Commissioner
and disbursing officers of Freedmen's Bureau.

101
OHIO.

Respecting settlement of claims for quartermasters' stores furnished the
government during the Morgan raid through,

.27
Publishes act to reimburse State of, for moneys expended in enrollment,
&c., of militia forces to aid in suppressing the rebellion..

.36
Respecting reimbursement of moneys expended by the State of, in en:
rolling, &c., militia.

60
OHIO RIVER.
Respecting surveys for a ship canal around the falls of the,

-43
OPINION.

Members of boards of registration not bound by any, of any civil officer
of the United States.

(I) 71
ORDERS.

All, relating to military operations to be null and void unless issued

through the General of the army, or, in case of inability, the next in
command (See OFFICERS, MISDEMEANOR IN OFFICE)...

.15, (II) 17
Department commanders to give, for appropriate observance of approach-
ing anniversary of the Independence of the United States.

.66
ORPHANS' HOME.

$5,000 appropriated for support in part of the National Soldiers' and
Sailors', in District of Columbia...

-33
PARK.

Publishes act making appropriations for survey of land for a, and site for
a Presidential mansion.

-32
PAY.
Of quartermaster sergeant of engineer battalion...

(V) 8
Army officers below rank of major general.
Professors at the Military Academy..

9
Military storekeepers.

9
Increased, of enlisted men to continue for three years from August 20,

1866
Of assistant professor of Spanish at the Military Academy
Rules respecting, of army officers to apply equally to officers of the vol.
unteer force.

28
Of clerks at United States armory at Springfield, Mass.

..32
Of superintendent of national cemeteries

(VIII) 8, 64
Of mounted volunteers accepted to suppress Indian hostilities.

.72
(See EXTRA PAY)

October 24
PAYMASTER GENERAL.

Appropriation to defray expenses of reconstruction to be disbursed under

direction of the,; the, to assign an officer of his bureau in each of the
five military districts

.51
To transmit to Second Auditor semi-annual exhibits of stoppages against

officers and men on account of tobacco furnished by the Subsistence
Department; first statement to include all stoppages up to December
31, 1866.

.63

9

- (I) 17
95

PAYMASTERS.

To make no payment on discharge papers unless the officer signing the
papers has notified them and the soldier is identified..

.82
PAYMENT.

Publishes resolution providing for, of certain Kentucky militia forces ...(III) 8
Respecting, of bounty in cases where the discharge papers have been lost. 9
Disbursing officers to make no, to persons not known to have opposed

rebellion.
Respecting, of appropriation to reimburse State of West Virginia for
moneys expended in enrolling, &c., militia forces.

.35
Publishes joint resolution suspending all proceedings respecting, for
slaves drafted or received in service....

42
No, to be made on discharge papers unless soldier presenting them is

identified.
Prohibits employment and, of men on extra duty as artificers and wagon.

ers.
PAY ROLLS.

Of Indian scouts to set forth particular cases in which they have furnished
their own horses and horse equipments..

56
PEONAGE.

System of, abolished in Territory of New Mexico, and in any other Territory
or State of the United States: persons convieted of aiding or abetting
that system to be fined not less than $1,000 nor more than $.), 000 and
imprisoned not less than one nor more than five years (See ARMY)

16
PITTSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA.

Publishes act authorizing purchase of certain land adjoining the Alleghe-
ny arsenal at,

(VI) 8
POINT LOOKOUT, MARYLAND).

Respecting transfer of public property at, to the National Asylum for Dis.
abled Volunteers

(I) 8
POLICE.
Members of the Capitol, -how appointed..

32, (1) 39
POST CHAPLAINS.

To be commissioned by the President; rank of, to be that of captain of

infantry; vacancies, – how filled ; all, to be on same footing in all re.
spects as other army officers..

.9
POSTS.

T'rading establishments to be allowed after July 1, 1867, at isolated,

between 1000 longitude and eastern boundary of California (See

TRADERS)
A morning and evening gun to be fired daily at all, supplied with proper
ordnance and ammunition..

70
All surplus means of transportation at, to be turned over to the nearest

quartermaster (See OFFICERS).
(See SUTLERS).

6, 58, 59, 68, August 22
Respecting sale of canned fruits and vegetables to officers at, west of 90°
longitude.

97
Respecting fuel for rooms set apart at, for school or religious purposes. 94
Commanders of, authorizing employment of hired labor to transmit copies

of their orders and of reports showing necessity therefor to the depart-
ment commander and head of proper bureau ; to be charged with
amount of expenditure if the orders are disapproved...

90
Publishes regulations governing contracts and purchases at military, .97
PRESIDENTIAL MANSION.
Publishes act making appropriation for survey of land for park and site

32
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

To assign an officer to the command of each of the five military districts

and detail suflicient military force to enable the officer to nfor his
authority (See I ASTRICTS).

10
(See MISDEMEANOR IN OFFICE).

15, (11) 17
Publishes act declaring valid certain proclamations of the, for suppression
of the late rebellion...

26

for a, .

(1) 17

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES- Continued.

Publishes proclamation of the, calling upon all civil, naval, and military

officers, and citizens generally, to unite in an earnest support of the
Constitution...

85
PRINTING.
(See JOB PRINTING).

..90
PRISONERS OF WAR.

Respecting commutation of rations to soldiers, sailors, or marines held as,.. .9
PROCLAMATION.

Publishes act declaring valid certain, of the President for the suppression
of the late rebellion

26
Publishes President's, calling upon all civil, naval, and military officers,

and citizens generally, to unite in an earnest support of the Constitu-
tion..

85
PROFESSORS.

Pay of, at the Military Academy increased thirty-three and one-third
per centum for two years from July 1, 1866..

9
Pay of assistant, of Spanish at the Military Academy to be same as that

of other assistant professors...
“ PROJECTILE."

The word, to be substituted for “shot" wherever it occurs in paragraph
III of General Orders No. 67 of 1866..

83
PROPERTY.

Respecting transfer of public, at Point Lookout, Md., to the National
Asylum for Disabled Volunteers..

(I) 8
PROPOSALS.
Respecting, for public works..

.25
PUBLIC WORKS.

Publishes act making appropriations for repair, preservation, &c., of cer.
tain,; respecting proposals for,

25
All appropriations for, in District of Columbia to be expended under
direction of Secretary of War..

.(III) 39
PUNISHMENTS.

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

4
By whipping or maiming of the person prohibited in the late rebellious
States.

..15, (II) 17
PUNISHMENTS.

Restores paragraph 895, Revised Regulations, respecting legal, for en.
listed men

79
PURCHASE.

Publishes act authorizing, of certain lands adjoining the Allegheny
arsenal at Pittsburg

(VI) 8
Publishes joint resolution for, of David's Island, New York harbor.....(VII) 8
PURCHASES.
Publishes regulations governing, at military posts...

97
QUARANTINE.

Secretaries of War and Navy authorized to place hulks and vessels at

disposal of commissioners of, for two years from February 28, 1867.. 12
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL.

Circular of May 1, 1862, from the, will cease after March 1, 1867, to apply

in settlement of railroad transportation furnished recruits
QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT.

Pay of, of engineer battalion to be same as that allowed sergeant major

of that battalion....
QUARTERMASTERS.

Chief, of districts and departments to cause auction sale of all wagons

and harness, &c., turned into the Quartermaster's Department; to report
to the Quartermaster General place of sale and net proceeds

88
QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

Expenditures of the, to be brought to lowest limit (See BARRACKS); all

civilian employés of the, whose services can be spared to be discharged
(See EMPLOYÉS); (See TRANSPORTATION); future orders involving
any expenditure in the, to be given in writing and copy sent to the
Quartermaster General (See EXPENDITURES)

76

May 15

(V) 8

QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT—Continued.

All carriages, &c., except prescribed medical wagons, and all ambu.

lances, except those of the Wheeling or Rucker pattern, to be turned
in to the. (See DISTRICTS).

8
To issue fuel for proper heating of room set apart at any post or garrison
for school or religious purposes

94
QUARTERMASTER'S STORES.

Respecting settlement of claims for, furnished the government in the late
rebellious States

- (IV) 8
Respecting settlement of claims for, furnished the government during

the Morgan raid through Ohio and Indiana
Secretary of War authorized to sell at first prices any surplus, needed by

the board of managers of the National Asylum for Disabled Volunteers....45
QUARTERS.

Rate of commutation for, at Brownsville, Texas, increased to $18 per

month from September 1, 1867
Fixes rate of commutation for, at Brownsville, Texas, Montgomery,
Alabama, and Saint Louis, Missouri...

100
RAID.

Respecting settlement of claims for quartermasters' stores furnished the
government during the Morgan, through Ohio and Indiana ...

27
RANK.

Respecting, of storekeepers and post chaplains (See STOREKEEPERS, POST
CHAPLAINS)

9
Rules respecting, of army officers to apply equally to officers of the vol.

unteer force...
RATIONS.
General officers and officers on the retired list entitled to longevity...

9
Respecting commutation of, to soldiers, sailors, or marines held as pris.

oners of war
(See CADETS)

(D 17
Of hard bread to be hereafter one pound avoirdupois.

62
REBELLIOX.

Prohibits disbursing officers from making payment to persons not known

to have opposed the,..
Publishes act declaring valid certain proclamations and acts of the Presi.
dent of the United States for the suppression of the late,.

26
RECONSTRUCTION.

Publishes joint resolution making an appropriation to defray expenses of,
in the rebel States....

.41,51
Respecting disbursement of appropriation to defray expenses of, .

..51
Publishes joint resolution appropriating $1,000,000 for purposes of, in

rebel States.
RECRUITING SERVICE.

Publishes invructions to officers on the (See Boys, ENLISTMENTS)..January 31
Attention of officers on the, called to resolution to facilitate settlement of
accounts of disbursing officers...

- April 8
(See ENLISTMENTS)

February 18, May 24, December 2
Respecting deposits made by officers on the, to credit of United States
Treasurer (See CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT)

May 16
(See REPORTS).

September 10
Officers on the, to make increased efforts to secure apprehension of de.
serters..

September 16
(See TRANSPORTATION).

May 15, November 20
General, to be reduced

.101
RECRUITS.

Quartermaster General's circular of May 1, 1862, will cease after March 1,

1867, to apply in settlement of railroad transportation furnished to,...May 15
RE-ENLISTMENTS.

Three months' extra pay granted for, repealed by section 9 of act of
August 3, 1861.

October 24
REFUGEES.
(See BUREAU OF REFUGEES, FREEDMEN, &c.).

15, (II) 17
Publishes act making appropriations for support of Bureau of, Freed.
men, &c...

(IT) 17

(II) 71

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