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ACTS CITED BY POPULAR NAMES.

(This is a list of acts according to popular designations which are not repetitive of

entries in the index. To locate sections of this book incorporating the texts of these acts, refer to the Table of Statutes.]

Army at polls act, May 4, 1880 (21 Stat.

113). Army reorganizations acts, Feb. 2, 1901

(31 Stat. 745), June 3, 1916 (39 Stat.

166), June 4, 1920 (41 Stat. 759). Carriers' act, Feb, 13, 1893 (27 Stat. 445). Carter Act (Alaska civil code), June 6,

1900 (31 Stat. 321).
Condemned cannon act, May 22, 1896 (39

Stat. 133).
Conscription act, May 18, 1917 (40 Stat.

76).
Conservation act (food), Aug. 10, 1917

(40 Stat. 276).
Corporate surety act, Aug. 13, 1894 (28

Stat. 279).
Criminal code, Mar. 4, 1909 (35 Stat.

1088).
Cullom Act (interstate coinmerce), Feb. 4,

1887 (24 Stat. 379). Dick Act (militia), Jan, 21, 1903 (32 Stat.

775).
Dingley Act (shipping), June 26, 1884 (23

Stat. 53).
Dockery Act, July 31, 1894 (28 Stat. 205).
Embargo act, June 15, 1917 (40 Stat. 225).
Esch-Cummins Transportation Act, Feb. 28,

1920 (41 Stat. 450).
Expatriation act, Mar. 2, 1907 (34 Stat.

1228). Fencing act, Feb. 25, 1885 (23 Stat. 321). Food and fuel conservation act, Aug. 10,

1917 (40 Stat. 276). Frye Act (shipping), June 26, 1884 (23

Stat. 53); June 19, 1886 (24 Stat. 79);

Mar, 3, 1897 (29 Stat. 687).
Harter Act, Feb, 13, 1893 (27 Stat. 445).
Hours-of-service act (public works), Aug. 1,

1892 (27 Stat. 340) ; June 19, 1912 (37

Stat. 137) ; Mar. 3, 1913 (37 Stat. 726). International rules for avoiding collisions

at sea, Aug. 19, 1890 (26 Stat. 320). Judicial Code, Mar. 3, 1911 (36 Stat. 1093). La Follette Act (seamen), Mar. 4, 1915

(38 Stat. 1164). Lever Act (food and fuel), Aug. 10, 1917

(40 Stat. 276). Lodge Act (Philippine organic act), July 1,

1902 (32 Stat. 691).
Lost property acts: R. S. 3482-3487; June

22, 1871 (18 Stat. 193) ; Mar. 3, 1885
(23 Stat. 350) ; Mar. 4, 1915 (38 Stat.
1077) ; Mar. 4, 1921 (41 Stat. 1436).

Manderson Act (printing and binding),

Jan, 12, 1895 (28 Stat, 601).
Mechanics' lien act, Aug. 13, 1894 (28 Stat.

278); Feb. 24, 1905 (33 Stat. 811). Moratorium act, Mar. 8, 1918 (40 Stat.

440).
National defense act, June 3, 1916 (39

Stat. 166).
Omnibus claims bill, Mar. 3, 1915, sec. 5

(38 Stat. 996).
Overman Act (coordination of depart-

ments), May 20, 1918 (40 Stat. 556). Penal Code, Mar. 4, 1909 (35 Stat. 1088). Pendleton Act (civil service), Jan. 16,

1883 (22 Stat. 403). Posse comitatus act, June 18, 1878, sec.

15 (20 Stat. 152). Preparedness act, June 3, 1916 (39 Stat.

166). Public works act, Aug. 13, 1894 (28 Stat.

278). Quarantine act, June 19, 1906 (34 Stat.

299). Reed amendment (mail), May 25, 1920

(41 Stat. 620).
Rules of the road at sea, Aug. 19, 1890 (26

Stat. 320).
Selective service act, May 18, 1917 (40

Stat. 76).
Shipbuilding act, May 10, 1892 (27 Stat.

27).
Shipping act of 1884, June 26, 1884 (23

Stat. 53).
Shipping act of 1886, June 19, 1886 (24

Stat. 79).
Shipping act of 1897, Mar. 3, 1897 (29

Stat. 687).
Shipping bill, Sept. 7, 1916 (39 Stat. 728).
Soldiers' and sailors' civil relief act, Mar.

8, 1918 (40 Stat. 440).
Summary courts-martial act, June 18, 1898

(30 Stat. 469). Trading with the enemy act, Oct. 6, 1917

(40 Stat. 411).
Voluntary service act, Feb. 27, 1906 (34

Stat. 49).
War-time prohibition act, Nov. 21, 1918 (40

Stat. 1046).
White Act (collisions on the Great Lakes),

Feb. 8, 1895 (28 Stat. 645).

INDEX.

(References are to sections. Articles of War are indicated by the letters A. W. fol.

lowed by the appropriate number.]

names

ABANDONED PROPERTY. See Private

property; Public property.
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND:

Exchange of land, 1113.

Peach orchard, 1128.
ABETTING. See specific

of

ol-
fenses.
ABSENCE WITII LEAVE. See Civilian

employees; Commissioned officers;
Corps of Cadets; Enlisted men; Sea-

men.
ABSENCE WITHOUT LEAVE:

Captivity not, 1604.
Civilians. See Civilian employees.
Definition, A. W. 61.
Desertion. See Desertion.
Enlistment period extended for, 2171,

A. W. 107.
FORFEITURE OF PAY---

Commissioned officers, 1621, 1667.

Computation, 1599.
Military offense, A. W. 61.
National Guard. See National Guard.

Seamen. See Seamen.
ABUSE. See Assault; Disloyalty; Intimi-

dation.
ACADEMIES, See Educational institu-

tions; United States Military Academy.
ACCESSORIES :

See also specific names of articles.
Harboring or concealing offenders, 2859.
ACCIDENTS. See Claims; Compensation;

Ships.
ACCOMPLICES. See Accessories ; Con-

spiracy; also specific names of offenses.
ACCOUNTABLE OFFICERS. See Disburg-

ing officers; Public money; Public

property.
ACCOUNTANTS. See Civilian employce8;

Pay of civilians.
ACCOUNTS :

Adjustment. See Claims.
ANNUAL STATEMENTS-

Balances unchanged for 3 years, 309.

Checks outstanding 3 years, 309, 310.
Armories, 618.
Army account of advances, 302.
AUDITING-

American National Red Cross, 499.
Away from seat of Government, 319,

320.
By auditor for the War Department,

312.
Contractors' accounts, 725.

ACCOUNTS-Continued.
Decisions of Comptroller of the Treas-

ury conclusive, 331.
Immediate settiement ordered by Comp-

troller of the Treasury, 331.
In the Treasury Department, 261.
National Home for Disabled Volunteer

Soldiers, 1973, 1991, 1993, 1994.
Soldiers' Home, 1953.
BALANCES-
Certificate of Auditor of War Depart-

ment final, 315, 321.
Certified by Auditor for the War De-

partment, 312, 319, 321.
Clothing. See Clothing.
Contractors, 725.
Credits to disbursing officers for losses.

without fault, 465.
Deficiencies appropriations. See Appro-

priations.
DISBURSING OFFICERS-

Inspection, 544.
Quartermasters, medical purveyors and

storekeepers, 236.
EXAMINATION WITHIN DEPARTMENT-

Before transmission to auditors, 264.
Paymasters' accounts, 1594.

Waived if settled abroad, 325.
FALSE ENTRIES-

During insurrection, 2826.
Fraud intended, 186.

Fraudulent claim aided, 437.
False return of funds, A. W. 57.
Forwarding by mail other means,

261, 263.
METHOD or KEEPING-

According to appropriations, 257.
Council of National Defense, 1210.
Credit for material diyerted from

project, 857.
Delinquency waived during World War,

325.
Forms prescribed by Comptroller of

the Treasury, 260.
General or indirect expense prorated,

854.
Insufficient balance remedied, 821, 855,

898.
Itemized like appropriations, 258.

Public utilities, 819.
National Guard, 2581, 2582.
Oaths. Sec Oaths.
Outstanding liabilities of United States
unsettled, 306, 307.

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ACCOUNTS-Continued.

Pay accounts. See Pay of Army.
Preservation by auditors, 316, 324.
Property. See Public property.
Publication, 220.
RENDITION-

By all handling public moneys, 256.
Chief of Finance, 497.
Claim for unpaid fees, 458.
Contingent funds. See Contingent

funds.
Contractors, 725.
Council of National Defense, 1210.
Delay, 261.
Delinquency reported to Congress, 267.
Disbursing officers, 262, 270.
Failure to render, 281, 283, 365,

A. W. 57.
Ileads of departments and Govern-

ment establishments, 269, 270,

274, 915.
Monthly, 261.
National Guard funds, 2581.
Proceeds of sales. See Proceeds of

sales.
Quarterly, 262, 809.
Rations issued to Indians, 922.
Returns required by head of depart-

ment, 261.
Stores sold on credit, 909.
Time limit, 261, 263, 266, 325.

Wages of seamen, 1345.
Revision, 315, 321, 323, 352, 356.
Soldiers' Home, 545, 1953.
Total amount of appropriation reck-

oned, 259.
TRANSMISSION TO AUDITORS-

By heads of bureaus, 261.
Clothing and equipage returns, 926.
Delay prevents advance of money, 266,
Delinquency reported to Congress, 267.
Retention in War Department limited,

205.
Transmission to Congress, 269.
Vouchers. See Public money.

Warrants. See Public money.
ACCOUTREMENTS. See Equipment;

Stores.
ACCUSED:

Acquittal to be announced, A. W. 29.
Charges against. See Charges; also

specific names of offenses,
Civil rights, 392, 393.
Copy of record of court-martial proceed-

ings for, A. W. 111.
COUNSELL
Before courts-martial, A. W. 11, A. W.

17.
Before courts of inquiry, A. W. 09.

Selection by accused, A, W. 17.
CROSS-EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES-
At investigation of charges, A. W. 70,

A. W. 101.
Before courts of inquiry, A. W. 70,

A. W. 101.

ACCUSED-Continued.

Determination of sanity, A. W. 31.
Disciplinary punishment for minor of-

fenses, A. W. 104.
Former jeopardy. See Former jcopardy
Indictment, 392.
Physical examination. See Physical es

amination,
Pleading, A. W. 21.
Presentation of material at investigatios

of charges, A, W. 70.
Restoration of rights, ir sentence fourd

invalid, A. W. 50).
Restoration to duty during suspended

sentence, A. W. 52.
Trial. See Trial.
WITNESS-

Civil rights, 395.

Self-crimination, 392.
ACCUSER. See Courts-martial.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. See Oaths.
ACTING OFFICERS. See specific titles

of ofices.
ACTIONS:

Appeals. See specific names of courts,
Attorneys. See Attorneys.
Bonds enforced. See Bonds.
Civil rights. See Civil rights; Courts-

martial; Indictments; Jeopardy :

Trial; Witnesses.
Claims. See Claims.
Costs. See Costs of courte; Ecidence:

Fees.
Courts. See Court of Claims ; Courts;

District courte.
CREDITORS

Arrest of debtors, 2064.
Contractors and sureties sued, 776

During military service, 2077.
Fees. See Fees.
Jurisdiction. See Courts.
LIMITATION OF
Period between offense and arraign-

ment, A. W. 39.
Period of World War excluded, 2078.

2885.
PAYMENT FOR ASSISTING-

Member of Congress, 759.

Officer or clerk, 759.
Pleading. See Pleading.
Prosecution. See Courts; Claims; De

partment of Justice.
Removal of suit from State court to dis-

trict court, A., W. 116.
Ships held. See ships,
Stay of proceedings during military sert-

ice, 2065--2067, 2075-2078.
Trial. See Trial,
ACTIVE DUTY. See Commirsioned 09

cers; Enlisted men, National Guard:

Oficers' Reserve Corps; Retired officers
ACTIVE SERVICE:

Definition, 2068.
ACTS OF CONGRESS. See statutes,

re-

ADDING MACHINES:

See also Machines; Stores.
Exchange, 966.
ADJUTANT GENERAL, THE:
ASSISTANT ADJUTANT GENERAL-

Chief of Personnel Bureau, 517.

Rank, 517.
Commissioner of Soldiers' Home, 1952.
Office established, 516,

Rank, 517.
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT :

See also Commissioned officers.
Appropriations. See Appropriations.
Civilian force. See Civilian employees.
Composition, 517.
Details from the line of the Army to,

2336.
Disciplinary Barracks governed, 529.
Established, 516.
Inspection duty, 520.
Lieutenant colonels, 518.
MILITARY RECORDS PRESERVED

American Revolution, 521.
Militia, 528.
Prior to Civil War, 522.
Volunteers, 723.

War of 1812, 521,
Military Secretary's Department

re-
organized as, 516.
Personnel Bureau. See Personnel Bureau.

Regular Army includes, 2118.
ADJUTANTS:

Forage allowance, 1762.
United States Military Academy. See

United States Military Academy.
ADJUTANTS GENERAL:

Militia. See Militia.
ADJUTANTS GENERAL OF STATES :
Service records of drafted men provided

for, 2257.
ADMINISTRATORS. See Deceased per-

ADVERTISING--Continued.
PUBLIC XOTICES-

Proposals invited. See Contracts.
Regulations for navigable waters, See

Navigable waters.
Rates, 741, 742.
AERONAUTICS COMMITTEE. See Na-

tional Advisory Committee on Aero-

nautics.
AERONAUTS. See Air Service.
AEROPLANES. See Air craft.
AFFIDAVITS:
Accountable officers relieved from

sponsibility by, 810.
Advertising rates sworn to in, 741.
Defendaut of a suit in military service,

2072, 2073.
Depositions. See Depositions.
False swearing. See False swearing.
Fees. See Fecs.
Forgery, 183.
Fraud against United States in, 437.
Oaths. See Oaths.
Physicians. See Medical examinations.
Public land settled.

See Homesteads;
Mining lands.
Search warrant applied for, 408, 409.
Subcontractor applying for copy of con-

tract and bond of contractor, 776.
Translation of publication in foreign lan-

guage, 3016.
AFFIRMATIONS. See Oaths.
AGE LIMITS. See Children; Commis-

sioned officers; Corps of cadets ; Draft
for military service; Military service;

National Guard.
AGENTS. See Attorneys; Contracts; Fees;

also specific titles of classes of persons

represented.
AGREEMENTS. See Conspiracy; Con-

tracts.
AGRICULTURE :

Implements. See Tools.
Land settled. See Homesteads.
Post gardens, 1167.
SALE OF PRODUCTS

Proceeds covered into Treasury, 803.

Regulations by Secretary of War, 803.
VOCATIONAL TRAINING-

Proceeds of sale, 803.

Regulation of sale, 803.
AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF. See

Department of Agriculture,
AIDING ENEMY. See Disloyalty; Infor-

mation; Recruiting; Sedition ; Treason.
AIDS. See title of officer for whom there

are aids.
AIRCRAFT:
See also Bureau of Aircraft Produc-

tion; Materials; National Advis.
ory Committee for Aeronautics;

Stores.
Corporations to further production, 693-

695.
Damage claims. See Claims.

80ns.

ADMIRALS. See Navy.
ADMIRALTY. See District courts; Ships

and siipping.
ADMONITION:

Minor offenses punished by, A. W. 104.
ADVANCES OF MONEY. See Pay; Public

money.
ADVERTISING :

Authority in writing, 740, 742.
Employment of experts restricted, 21.
PAYMENT FOR—
Bill accompanied by written authority,

740, 742.
Medical Department funds available,

845.
Quartermaster Corps funds available,

907.
PLACING-

District of Columbia, 742.
Pacific Coast region, 743.

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