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REGIMENTS.

Commanders of, authorized to receive from their subordinates practical

suggestions relative to their respective spheres of duty, with a view to

their embodiment in a new edition of the Army Regulations.... September 23
REGISTERING OFFICERS.
Prescribes form of oath to be taken by,..

33
REGISTRATION.

A, to be made of all male citizens twenty-one years of age and upwards

residing within the five military districts; to include only persons quali-
fied to vote (See OATH).

33
REGULATIONS.

Announces, respecting care of national cemeteries and selection of super-
intendents (See SUPERINTENDENTS).

64
Modifies paragraph 1111, General, respecting mileage

74
Publishes, respecting army officers holding brevet rank in the late volun-
teer force

78
Restores paragraph 895, Revised, respecting legal punishments of soldiers....79
Modifies paragraph 66, Revised, of the Army.

83
Publishes, respecting public horses, carriages, spring wagons, &c. (See
DISTRICTS, QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT)

88
(See REGIMENTS).

September 23
Publishes, governing appointments in the army and examination of candi-
dates

93
Publishes, respecting employment of civil employés in the several
branches of the service.

.96
Publishes, verning contracts and purchases at military posts.

97
REMINGTON'S REVOLVERS.
(See REVOLVERS)

19
REMOVAL

Publishes joint resolution to provide for, of the wreck of steamship Scot-
land

(II) 8
Publishes act repealing joint resolution for, of wreck of steamship Scot-
land

34
REMOVALS.

District commanders empowered to make, of civil officers in the States
within their respective commands...

-(I) 71
REPORTS.

Superintendents of national cemeteries to make monthly, to the Quarter-

master General of condition of cemetery under their charge..
Weekly, of funds in hands of disbursing and recruiting officers or on
deposit to be made by mail

September 10
Invites, from officers offering practical suggestions relative to their re-
spective spheres of duty

. September 23
RESERVATION.
Respecting reduction of military, of Fort Riley..

29
RESERVATIONS.

Department commanders authorized to permit formation of settlements on
military, (See DEPARTMENTS).

-- August 22
RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS (See ACTS.)

Joint resolution to appoint two managers for the National Asylum for Dis-

abled Volunteers to fill certain vacancies-approved December 7, 1866.. (I) 7
Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to transfer certain prop-

erty to the National Asylum for Disabled Volunteers-approved Janu-

ary 29, 1867..
A resolution to provide for the removal of the wreck of the steamship
Scotland-approved January 29, 1867

(II) 8
A resolution providing for the payment of certain Kentucky militia forces-
approved February 8, 1867.

(III) 8
Joint resolution for the purchase of David's Island, New York harbor-
approved February 18, 1867..

- (VII) 8
Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to adjust and settle the

claim of D. Randolph Martin, assignee of the Washington, Alexandria,
and Georgetown Railroad Company-approved February 28, 1867.

.11
Joint resolution to extend the time for the use of certain vessels for quar-

antine purposes at the port of New York--approved February 28, 1867....12

.64

(I) 8

RESOLUTIONS OF ('ONGRESS (Ser ACTS.)- Continul.

Joint resolution giving additional compuedation to certain plores in

the civil service of the government at Washington-Lltural Fedoru-

ary 28, 1807
Joint resolution prohibiting payment by ansettiers of the Loorent to

any person not known to have been promene! to tie tv!!!!1!; and in

favor of its suppression-approved March 1-1.7
A resolution to facilitate the settlement of accola filimbursilliers

approved March?. lntie.
Joint resolution for the erection of al: Hill '1'.. ihr 11.nory

of Brevet Lieutenant General Winter Scott-! poste; M.05.-07.
Joint resolution extending the provision of potentoo!! it titloul

** An act to restrict the jurisdiction of the (mittif," all!! -
vide for the payment of certain demand for quis.","points.ud
subsistence supplies furnished to the army of the li',.,,"
proved July fourth, pighteen huise and wint: -7,7-1!;uve March
2, 1867.
Joint resolution for the reduction of the mirry sive of Fire

Riley and to grant land for bridge prurjusest tu ihn N1;;*** of 6:1.-
approved March 2, 1-67...

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Joint resolution to enable the Secretary of War 'or T! 011' " '".

ment in relation to water-power for the rapalit hinh lalat:1-11-
proyed March 21-07

.30
A resolution providing for the lipopark survey for it !! Callie Keen
Lake Erie and Lake Ontario tor military. Tvl. a. com,criul pur.
poses-approved March 2?. Trii.

.31
A resolution for the relief of the restitute in the schern and south-
western States-approved March 30, 1-i...

37
Joint resolution suspending all proceedin: in rest on rent for

slaves drafted or received as volunteers in the 11 ili ry service of the

l'nited States-approved March 30, imit
Joint resolution providing for the necessiry -1151for whip anul

around the falls of the Ohio river for military', naval, and commercial
purposes-approved March 29,1-17.

43
Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to turn oyrs restain

property of the l’nited States at ('amp Thane, 0), o, fuos fie up of the
National Asylumn for Disabled Voluntpesa, ind füos vlier pour ups-
approved March 22, 1867..

43
Joint resolution to authorize the Secretary of War to build droge bwafs

for use at the mouth of the Mississippi river-2/'proyed March 1-...
Joint resolution authorizing the Second Auditor to write the recents of

officers of army in certain cases-allisovel March "!. 1*17..
A resolution in relation to the execution of survey of rivers orlesed hy
Congress-approved March 291707...

49
A resolution directing the Secretary of War to furnial orse'n arms and
equipments to the State of Tennessee-Iprovedd March 30 ini

.:50
Joint resolution providing for the expenses of carrying into full effect an

act entitled "An act to provide for the mose piticient government of the
rebel States"-approved March 30, 1807..

.41,51
A resolution in reference to the collection and ponent of money due

colored soldiers, sailors, and marines, or their hin—pproved March

29, 1867.
A resolution to authorize the ('ominanding General of the army to per.

mit traders to remain at certain military pos-liprusoil March 3,

1867.
Joint resolution to carry into effect the several acta porosiling for the more

efficient government of the rebel States-passed July 19. 1ntir (II) 71
RITIRED LIST.

Officers on the, entitled to longevity ratione....
REVOLVERS.

Colt's or Remington's, lost by soldiers to be charged against them on
muster rolls at rate of $30.

.19
RIVERS.

Chief of Engineer Bureau may employ not to exceed five civil engineers
to execute surveys, &c., of western and northwestern...

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ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS.

Secretary of War to carry into effect an agreement relative to the Moline
Water Company and the water-power for the arsenal at,

.30
ROLLS.
(See MUSTER ROLLS, PAY ROLLS).

56
RULES.
Publishes, governing contracts and purchases at military posts.

.97
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Fixes rate of commutation for quarters at, -

100
SALARIES.

Publishes form for keeping and stating internal revenue withheld as tax
on, of government employés..

.103
SCHOOL.
Respecting fuel for rooms set apart at posts for, purposes.

94
(See ARTILLERY SCHOOL).

99
“SCOTLAND."

Publishes joint resolution to provide for removal of wreck of steamship, -- (II) 8
Publishes act repealing joint resolution for removal of wreck of the steam-
ship,

.34
SCOUTS.
(See INDIAN SCOUTS)....

56
SERVANTS.

Section one of act of March 3, 1865, respecting pay of officers', not retro-
spective nor retroactive.

.28
SETTLEMENT.

Respecting, of claims for quartermasters' stores furnished the government

in the late rebellious States..
Publishes joint resolution to facilitate the, of accounts of disbursing
officers..

23
Respecting, of claims for quartermasters' stores furnished the govern-

ment during the Morgan raid through Indiana and Ohio..
Respecting, in certain cases of accounts of army officers...

48
Respecting, of accounts for railroad transportation furnished recruits...May 15
SETTLEMENTS.
Respecting, on military reservations (See DEPARTMENTS).

August 22
SHIP CANAL.
Respecting surveys for a, to connect Lakes Erie and Ontario

31
Respecting surveys for a, around the falls of the Ohio river

.43
"SHOT.”

The word “projectile” to be substituted for, wherever it occurs in para-
graph III of General Orders No. 67 of 1866...

.83
SIGNAL EQUIPMENTS.
Regulates issues of, ..

92
SIGNAL OFFICER.

Chief, to issue to each company and post two sets of signal equipments

and two copies of Manual of Signals; to provide for equipment and
management of field electric telegraphs

92
SIGNAL STORES.
Regulates issues of,

92
SLAVES.

Publishes joint resolution suspending all proceedings respecting payment
for, drafted or received as volunteers.

42
SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' ORPHANS' HOME.

$5,000 appropriated for support in part of National, in the District of
Columbia

38
SOLDIERS' HOME.

Secretary of War required to furnish one complete suit of clothing to
each invalid inmate of any regular,

.44
SOUTH CAROLINA.
State of, embraced in the Second Military District (See DISTRICTS)

.10
All militia now in service in State of, to be disbanded (See MILITIA)..15 (II) 17
SPENCER'S CARBINES.

Lost by enlisted men to be charged against them on muster rolls at rate
of $100...

19

.37

SPRINGFIELD), MASSACHUSETTS. •

Secretary of War authorizeul to increase ] 18 vf i'rpis l'nded States

armory at
STATES.

Respecting settlement of claims for quarternatora' store firnished the
government in the later bellions...

.(IV)
The southern, to be divided into five military dintricas Iller DI-TRITI .10
Peonage abolished in the, und Terr.tories of lie ( 11.11 1.:"Ilir l'EON.
AGE)...

16
Respecting establishment of civil government in the muli!!!:1. .

.33
Secretary of War anthorizeri to mal will no final :- 11 inspo hocenti.

tute in the southern and solltlısesterni.
Publishes joint relation wuhing an appropriano, !, men of
reconstruction in the late reis!

. 41,51
District commanders to have prover: mar sivil : " : t'i ", " ";le
sions and removals in the, within their requerired.II.'ils

(1) 71
Publishes joint nisolution appropriating $1,148, fir j.r.om of reco!-
struction in the rebel..

(II) 71
STATU'E.

Publishes joint resolution for section in Washi: grion Iss of an quien

trian, to the memory of General scott..
STOPPAGES.

Respecting exhibit of, against offices and men for tobacco furgished by
the subsistence Department..

(3
STOREHOUSES.
Publishes act mahilig appropriation im vero of t

... 05/11 est.
at Jeffersonville, Indiana....

III) 17
STOREKEEPERS.

All military, (except the one at the Springfield form to hitro ralih anii

pay of captain of cavalry.
STORES.
(.See QUARTERMASTERS' STORE:-).

(IV) 2.37, 43
(See SIGNAL STORES).
SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT.

To make an extra insie of endles to this linudyneer of dr; d'1:1 (ns.

districts, and sub-districts.
Respecting exhibit of stoppages agains: officers and mo!itur folosiren fur-

nished them by the,
To provide canned fruits and vegetable at Juomen sent of!", l'ofur

sale to officers; company commanders may buy -L-111pm for their

companies at prices charged to officers..
SUPERINTENDENTS.

Of national cemeteries to be selected from dinabol elinien; to
have pay and allowances of an ordinance serreault

...VIII)
Announces regulations to govern selection of of nation!!,rries: trot

to be removed or transferred except by orders from the Autant lien-
eral's Office; (See REPORTS); to have pay awi allosales of ordnistice

sergeants.
SUPPLIES.

Secretary of War authorized to issue, of food for relief of certitute in the
southern and southwestern States..

.37
Publishes regulations governing purchase of..
SURGEONS.

Persons who have server three years as, or assistant surgeons in the rol-

unteer force eligible for promotion to grinde of captain in the Medical

Department.
SURVEYS

Secretary of War authorized to cause certain, to be made
Respecting, for a ship canal to connect Lake Erie and Ontario

31
Publishes act making appropriations for, of lands for park and site for a

Presidential mansion
Respecting, for a ship canal around the falls of the Ohio river..

43
Chief of Engineer Bureau may employ not to exceed five civil engineers
to execute, of western and northwestern rivers.

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SUTLERS (See TRADERS).

Warrants of all, to terminate July 1, 1867; after that date no, allowed

within military limits..
At isolated posts between 1000 west longitude and eastern boundary of
California to be retained until further orders

58
Until further orders all, to be permitted to trade with troops under present
regulations

59
Permitted to trade at military posts between 1000 longitude and eastern

boundary of California without limit as to number, subject only to

conditions imposed by department commanders..
Explains intent of General Orders No. 68 of 1867 respecting, (See DE-
PARTMENTS)...

August 22
TACTICS.
(See INFANTRY TACTICS)

73
TAX

Publishes form for keeping and stating internal revenue withheld as, on
salaries of government employés.

..103
TELEGRAPH.
l'se of, to be reduced..

September 10
(See SIGNAL OFFICER)
TELESCOPES.
Respecting issue of, by the Chief Signal Officer.

92
TENNESSEE.

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

50
TERRITORIES.

Peonage abolished in the States and, of the United States (See PEONAGE) 16
TEXAS.

State of, embraced in Fifth Military District (See DISTRICTS).
All militia forces now in service in State of, to be disbanded (See
MILITIA)

.15, (II) 17
TICKETS.
(See TRANSPORTATION TICKETS)

.3
TOBACCO.

Respecting exhibit of stoppages against officers and soldiers on account
of, furnished them by the Subsistence Department

63
TRADERS (See SUTLERS.)

Allowed by resolution of March 30, 1867, to be under military protection
and control as camp followers (See TRADING ESTABLISHMENTS)

54
Respecting, at military posts

.68, August 22
TRADING ESTABLISHMENTS.

To be allowed after July 1, 1867, at isolated posts between 100 degrees

longitude and eastern boundary of California (See TRADERS); after
Subsistence Department is prepared to sell stores to soldiers, not to be

allowed to trade in same goods with enlisted men
TRANSFER.

Respecting, of public property at Point Lookout, Maryland, to the

National Asylum for Disabled Volunteers
TRANSPORTATION.

Quartermaster General's circular of May 1, 1862, will cease after March 1,
1867, to apply in settlement of railroad, furnished recruits.

.May 15
All surplus means of, at posts and stations to be turned in to the nearest
quartermaster (See OFFICERS)

76
Of deserters arrested by recruiting officers to be paid out of recruiting
funds

. November 20
TRANSPORTATION TICKETS.

Cost of, purchased by Quartermaster's Department for destitute fur-

loughed soldiers to be reported to company commander and charged
against the soldier....

3
TRAVELING EXPENSES.

To be paid to California and Nevada volunteers discharged in New

Mexico, Arizona, or Utah in same manner as paid to troops of other
States similarly situated..

- (II) 17

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