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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
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-
Announces, respecting care of national cemeteries and selection of super-
. September 23
Publishes joint resolution to provide for, of the wreck of steamship Scot-
District commanders empowered to make, of civil officers in the States
Superintendents of national cemeteries to make monthly, to the Quarter-
master General of condition of cemetery under their charge..
.. September 10
Septe ber 23
Department commanders authorized to permit formation of settlements on
.. August 22
Joint resolution to appoint two managers for the National Asylum for Dis-
abled Volunteers to fill certain vacancies-approved December 7, 1866..(I) 7
erty to the National Asylum for Disabled Volunteers-approved Janu.
ary 29, 1867..
Scotland-approved January 29, 1867
claim of D. Randolph Martin, assignee of the Washington, Alexandria,
and Georgetown Railroad Company-approved February 28, 1867. 11
antine purposes at the port of New York-approved February 28, 1867....12
RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS (See ACTS.)- Continued.
Joint resolution giving additional compensation to certain employés in
any person not known to have been opposed to the rebellion and in
of Brevet Lieutenant General Winfield Scott-approved March 2, 1867.
" An act to restrict the jurisdiction of the Court of Claims, and to pro-
Riley and to grant lands for bridge purposes to the State of Kansas-
ment in relation to water-power for the arsenal at Rock Island -ap-
Lake Erie and Lake Ontario for military, naval, and commercial pur-
slaves drafted or received as volunteers in the military service of the
United States-approved March 30, 1867
around the falls of the Ohio river for military, naval, and commercial
property of the United States at Camp Chase, Ohio, for the use of the
for use at the mouth of the Mississippi river-approved March 29, 1867..
officers of the army in certain cases-approved March 24, 1867.
act entitled “An act to provide for the more efficient government of the
colored soldiers, sailors, and marines, or their heirs-approved March
mit traders to remain at certain military posts-approved March 30,
efficient government of the rebel States-passed July 19, 1867..... (II) 71
Officers on the, entitled to longevity rations..
Colt's or Remington's, lost by soldiers to be charged against them on
Chief of Engineer Bureau may employ not to exceed five civil engineers
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS.
Secretary of War to carry into effect an agreement relative to the Moline
Publishes form for keeping and stating internal revenue withheld as tax
Publishes joint resolution to provide for removal of wreck of steamship,.. (II) 8
Section one of act of March 3, 1865, respecting pay of officers', not retro-
Respecting, of claims for quartermasters' stores furnished the government
Respecting, on military reservations (See DEPARTMENTS).. - August 22
The word “projectile" to be substituted for, wherever it occurs in para-
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
Publishes joint resolution suspending all proceedings respecting payment
$5,000 appropriated for support in part of National, in the District of
Secretary of War required to furnish one complete suit of clothing to
Lost by enlisted men to be charged against them on muster rolls at rate
SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS. •
Secretary of War authorized to increase pay of clerks at l'nited States
Respecting settlement of claims for quartermasters' stores furnished the
Publishes joint resolution for erection in Washington city of an eques.
trian, to the memory of General Scott....
Respecting exhibit of, against officers and men for tobacco furnished by
Publi ։ act making appropriation for rect of fireproof government,
All military, (except the one at the Springfield armory) to have rank and
(11) 8, 27, 45
To make an extra issue of candles to the headquarters of departments,
districts, and sub-districts.
sale to officers; company commanders may buy such supplies for their
Of national cemeteries to be selected from disabled enlisted men; to
to be removed or transferred except by orders from the Adjutant Gen.
Secretary of War authorized to issue, of food for relief of destitute in the
Persons who have served three years as, or assistant surgeons in the vol.
unteer force eligible for promotion to grade of captain in the Medical
SUTLERS (See TRADERS).
Warrants of all, to terminate July 1, 1867; after that date no, allowed
boundary of California without limit as to number, subject only to
Publishes form for keeping and stating internal revenue withheld as, on
. September 10
Secretary of War to issue arms and equipments to State of, sufficient for
Peonag'e abolished in the States and, of the United States (See PEONAGE). .16
.15, (II) 17
Respecting exhibit of stoppages against officers and soldiers on account
Allowed by resolution of March 30, 1867, to be under military protection
...68, August 22
To be allowed after July 1, 1867, at isolated posts between 100 degrees
longitude and eastern boundary of California (See TRADERS); after
allowed to trade in same goods with evlisted men
Respecting, of public property at Point Lookout, Maryland, to the
Quartermaster General's circular of May 1, 1862, will cease after March 1,
Cost of, purchased by Quartermaster's Department for destitute fur-
loughed soldiers to be reported to company commander and charged
To be paid to California and Nevada volunteers discharged in New
Mexico, Arizona, or Utah in same manner as paid to troops of other