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AIRCRAFT-Continued.

Exchange in part payment, 964.
Injuring, 2850, 2852.
Operation, 683.
Patents, 837.
RESEARCII-

Appropriation, 690.
National Advisory Committee on Aero-

nautics, 588.
Sale, 841.
Storage, 840.

Transfer, 842, 1134.
AIRPLANE PILOTS. See Air Service.
AIR SERVICE:

See also Commissioned officers.
Appropriations. See Appropriations.
Aviation duty compulsory only in time

of war, 665, 675.
AVIATION OFFICERS-

Certificates of qualification, 668.
College education not requisite, 667.
Ineficient and incapacitated, 666.
Junior military aeronauts, 668, 672.
Junior military aviators, 668, 670-

672.
Military aeronauts, 668, 672.
Military aviators, 668, 672.
Ratings, 668.

Training, 670.
Chief of the Air Service. See Chief of

the Air Service.
Civilians employed by~

At experimental stations, 682.

In office of Chief of Air Service, 682.
COMMAND--

Aerial operations from land bases, 684.

Flying units, 685.
Composition, 664.
Details as members of National Advisory

Committee for Aeronautics, 686.
DETAILS TO-

Aviation officers, 665.
Detached officers, 2350.
Duty with troops, 2349.
Flying cadets, 665.

Termination, 666.
Duties, 683, 684,
EXLISTED FORCE-

Aviation mechanicians, 668, 681, 1083.
Balloon mechanicians, 681.
Composition, 604:

Rating, 668.
Equipment. See Aircraft; Clothing;

Store.
FLYING CADETS

Appointment, 673.
College education not requisite, 667.
Discharge, 674.
Enlisted men appointed as, 674.
Flying pay, 1655, 1673.
Number, 064, 673.
Organization, 664.
Period of service, 670, 671.
Transfer to Officers' Reserye Corps,

674.

AIR SERVICE-Continued.
INSTRUCTION—
At flying schools and balloon school,

677.
At technical schools and colleges,

678, 679.
Coast Guard officers admitted to aria.

tion schools, 676.
Line of the Army, 2118.
Pay and allowances. See Pay of com-

missioned officers; Pay of enlisted

men.
Regular Army includes, 2118.
ALARMS:

Occasioning false alarms, A. W. 75.
ALASKA:

Coal deposits. See Coal.
LAWS-

Execution by military forces, 2813.

In effect, 2503, 2993.
Militia. See Militia; National Guard.
Roads.

See Board of Road Commission-
ers; Roads.
Telegraph systems. See Telegraph.
ALASKAN ENGINEERING

COMMIS
SION:
Appropriations used to supplement en:

ployees' compensation fund, 160.
Army officers detailed to, 2351.
Employees.

See Civilian employees;
Compensation; Pay of civilians.
ALCOHOLIC LIQUORS. See Intoxicants

.
ALIEN PROPERTY CUSTODIAN:

Appointment, 2872.
Duties, 2872-2873.

Trustee for aliens, 2873, 2896.
ALIENS:
Admission to United States of reterans

of World War, 2937.
ENEMIES--

Clothing issued, 537.
Defined, 2875.
Escape from internment, 2960.
Harboring or concealing, 2859.
Naturalization. See Naturalisation.
Removal from United States, 2958,

2959.
Restraint in time of war, 2958, 2959.
Transporting, 2867.

War-risk insurance withdrawn, 1917.
ENEMY ACTS-

See also Disloyalty; Information;

Insurrection; Recruiting; Sedi-

tion.
Defective material, tools, etc., fur

nished, 2851.

Injury to war material, war premises

or war utilities, 2850, 2852.

ENLISTMENT-

Draft.

See Draft for military serráce.
In Army of the United States, 2166

serve foreign Governments, 2916

To

2922.
Insane.

See Insane persons.

ALIENS-Continued.
Internment in time of war-

Escape, 2960.

Restraint, 2958, 2959.
Inventions. See Invention 8.
Leaseholds, 1081.
Liability to military service. See Draft

for military service.
Medical care.

See

Insane persons;
Medical care.
Naturalization. See Naturalization.
PROPERTY-

See also Property.
Managed by allen property custodian,

2873, 2896.
Trusteeships, 2873, 2896–2899.
Release from custody by habeas corpus,

397.
TRAVEL--
Belligerents, 2927.
In time of war, 2863, 2867.

Veterans of World War, 2016.
ALLOTMENTS. See Appropriations; Pay

of Army; Pay of civilians; Pensions.
ALLOWANCES :
Arrears due volunteers in Spanish War,

348.
Base pay and allowances. See Pay.
Commutation. See Heat and light;

Quarters; Rations; Subsistence.
Family allowance. See Family allow-

ance.
Fuel. See Heat and light.
Light. See Heat and light.

Quarters. See Quarters.
ALLOYS. See Materials; Necessaries.
ALLY OF ENEMY:

See also Alien enemies.

Defined, 2876.
AMBASSADORS:

Appointment, 10.
AMBULANCES. See Motor vehicles.
AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE IN

FRANCE:
Commander appointed general, 2325.
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE TABLES OF

MORTALITY:
Compensation to injured employees dis-

counted according to, 138.
Maturity of insurance policies calculated

upon basis of, 1929.
Premiums for insurance based on, 1928.
AMERICAN GOODS. See Contracts; Ma-

terials ; Ships and shipping; Stores.
AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS :

Annual report to Secretary of War, 499.
Attached to Army or Navy in time of

war, 2158.
Audit of accounts, 499.
Customs duties waived on supplies for,

2018.
Details from Army to

First aid department, 568.
Military relief division, 568.

AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS-

Continued.
Public property loaned to, 851.
Storage facilities, 1178.
STORES SOLD TO-

Dental outfits, 852.
Medical stores, 850.

Ordnance stores, 885.
TRANSPORTATION-

Personnel, 1809.

Supplies, 1809.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION :

Records, 521.
AMMUNITION:
See also Chemical warfare material;

Embezzlement; Larceny; Ordnance

stores; Robbery; Stolen property.
Casting away before the enemy, A. W. 74.
Enemy aided with, A. W. 81.
EXPORT

Prevention by force, 2925, 2926.

Restriction of, 2922.
AMMUNITION WAGONS. See Ordnance

stores.
AMUSEMENTS. See Moving pictures ;

Recreational facilities; Theaters.
ANACOSTIA, D. C. See Saint Elizabeths

Hospital,
AKCHORAGE GROUNDS :

Authority to establish, 1544.

Regulation, 1544.
ANIMALS:
See also Stores; also specific names of

animals.
CARE OF

Draft and riding animals, 961.

National Guard funds available, 2622.
HIIRE-

By National Guard, 2588.

Draft and pack animals, 954.
Indians' property, 2801, 2802.
ISSUE TO

National Guard, 2603, 2621.
Reserye Officers' Training Corps, 867,

902.
Pigeons detained or injured, 963.
Private property. See Claims; Property.
PROCUREMENT

Advertising for bids, 737.
Draft and pack animals, 954.
National Guard supplied, 2620.
Open market purchase, 756.
Purchase from Indians, 756, 2801,

2802.
Quartermaster Corps charged with,

737.
Replacement of unserviceable, 954.
RETURNS

See also Public property.
False muster, A. W. 58.
PUBLIC LAND ENTERED-

Crossing military reservations, 1076.
Grazing unlawfully, 1064.

ANIMALS-Continued.
SALE-

Condemned animals, 2621.
Horses and mules, 962, 2621.
Proceeds. See Proceeds of sales.

Products of vocational training, 803.
Transportation. Sec Transportation.
ANNUAL LLAVE. See Leave of absence.
ANNUAL REPORTS. See Executive de-

partments; also subject of report.
ANTIETAM BATTLE FIELD;

See also Cemeteries.
Superintendent, 717.
ANTIMONY. See Materials; Necessarics.
ANTIQUITIES :

Depredations or injuries, 1071.

Examination and excavations, 1071, 1072.
ANTITOXINS:

Board on, 593.

Preparation regulated, 593.
APPARATUS. See Stores ; Surgical appli-

anccs.
APPEAL. See specific names of courts.
APPEARANCES. See Accused; Attorneys;

Defendants.
APPLIANCES. See Information; Inven-

tions; Machines ; Public property;

Stores; Surgical appliances; Tools.
APPOINTMENTS:
Civilian employees. See Civilian en-

ployees.
Commissioned officers. See Commissioned

officers.
Officers. See Oficers; also specific titles

of offices.
APPRAISALS. See Buildings; Land.
APPREHENSION. See Arrest; Dcsertion;

Insane person8.
APPRENTICE SEAMEN. See Scamen.
APPROPRIATIONS:
For a particular office or service, see

specific title.
Accounts. See Accounts.
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE

Civilian force increased, 28, 519, 2257.
Completion and preservation of se-

lective service records, 2257.
AIR SERVICE

Civilians paid from, 682.
Claims settled out of, 843.
Expenses of officers studying paid

from, 679.
Facilities at aviation stations, schools.

and depots, 1121.
General fund. 677, 838, 839, 840, 9723.

Reversion of proceeds of sales, 840.
Alnuka fund, 1148.
Allotment. See titles of specific funds.
Apportionment equalized throughout

year, 226.
ARMAMENT OF FORTIFICATIONS-

Civilians employed, 632,
Armories and arsenals, 644.
Arms and ammunition taken from civil.

ians in Colorado, 346.

APPROPRIATIONS-Continued.

Army funds limited to two years, 2785
Authorization in specific terms, 221.
AVAILABLE BEYOND FISCAL YEAR-

Allocated to another bureau, 731.
Annual appropriations, 227.
Approved projects under manufacture

in Government establishments.

780, 789, 856.
Army funds, 2785.
Minerals and ores fund. 794.
Ordnance funds, 853, 856, 878.
Proceeds of sales. See Proceeds of

sales.
Transferred funds, 731.
BUREAU OF INSULAR AFFAIRS-

Care of Insane Filipino soldiers, 2057
Care of insane soldiers of Porto Rico

Regiment of Infantry, 2058.
BUREAU OF STANDARDS-
Standardization of

gauges,
tbreads, and standards, 1011.
Supplemented by transfer of funds, 225.
BUREAU OF WAR RISK INSURANCE-

Allotment to other agencies, 2013.
Allotment to War Department, 2013.

Medical and hospital services, 2013
Civilian military training camps, 2633.
COAST ARTILLERY SCHOOL-

Books and periodicals, 978.

Incidental expenses, 2148.
Contingent funds. See Contingent funde;

also specific titles of offices or seri-

ices.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS
Civilian assistants to Engineer officers,

605.
Constructing engineers to pay out, 825.
Construction and maintenance of mil-

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tary and post roads, bridges, and

trails, Alaska, 1087.
Disbursing officers to pay out, 822.
Engineer equipment of troops, 605.
Engineer School, 980, 1790, 2149.
Engineer operations in the field-

Civilians employed, 605.
Temporary construction for train-

ing purposes, 824,
Fortifications and other works of de

fense, 823,
Insufficient balance remedied, $21.
Military surveys and maps, 604.
Payments to other bureaus or depart-

ments, 822.

Reversion of proceeds of sales, 820.

Services of civilians included in peces

sary expenses, 605.

Courts-martial, courts of inquiry, mill-

tary commissions, retiring boards,

2195.

of

expenditures to be

DEFICIENCIES APPROPRIATIONS-
Statement

rendered annually, 274.

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APPROPRIATIONS--Continued.
DEFICIENCY NOT TO BE CREATED

Annual appropriations, 224.
Cost of public buildings or improve-

ments limited, 1153.
Excepted commodities, 726.
Exception for necessities of current

year, 726.
Exception in emergency involving loss

of life or property, 35.
DEFICIENCY TO BE AVOIDED-

Penalty for creating, 226, 1153.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Burial expenses chargeable to, 1828.
EMERGENCY SHIPPING FUND

Authorized, 1284.
Expenditure, 1281, 1284.

Termination, 1281,
Employees' compensation fund. See Com-

pensation for death of employees;

Compensation to injured employees.
Estimates for. See Estimates.
EXPENDITURE-

See also Public money.
Council of National Defense, 1206,

1210.
Directed by Secretary of War, 724,

1144.
Directed by Board of Ordnance and

Fortification, 037, 641,
Estimates of expense to precede, 1151.
For purpose not allowed by law.

See
Embezzlement.
For stores. See Stores.
Total balance available to remedy de-

ficiency in proper appropriation,

821, 855.
EXPENDITURE AS SPECIFIED IN ACTS-
Books, newspapers and periodicals,

973.
Commissions, boards, inquiries, etc.,

223,
Constitutional requirement, 220.
Draft of Treasurer, 299.
Exception in emergency involving loss

of life or property, 35.
Extra service of civilians, 68, 69, 71.
Functions of departments redistrib-

uted, 59.
Inspection, 544.
National Guard funds, 2585.
Objects stated in statute, 222.
Pay of civilian employees, 29, 30, 33,

34, 37, 61, 271.
River and harbor funds, 1524.
FORTIFICATIONS AND OTHER WORKS OF

DEFENSE
Barracks and quarters, seacoast de-

fenses, 1156.
Civilians employed, 605, 661.
Panama Capal fortifications, 1156.

Proving grounds, 1114.
General Staff College, 21493.
Horses lost in military service.

See
Horses.

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued.
Increase by donations from private par-

ties, 1521.
Interdepartmental Social Hygiene Board,

2062, 2063.
Lump-sum. See Civilian employees.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT-

Appliances for disabled soldiers, 2025,
Artificial limbs, 2020, 2022.
Disbursing officers to pay out, 844.
General rund, 845, 931, 1225, 1718,

2003, 2005, 2011.
Hospital care, Canal Zone garrisons,

2012.
Medical and surgical history of the

War with Germany, 991.
Reversion of proceeds of sales, 847.

Trusses for disabled soldiers, 2028.
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE Division-

Contingent expenses, 2360,

Military observers abroad, 1814.
NATIONAL GUARD

Annually appropriated, 2584.
Arming, equipping and training, 2584.
Civilians employed, 632.
Expenditures. See National Guard.
Reversion of proceeds of sales, 2615,

2617.
NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED Volux-

TEER SOLDIERS-
Board of managers, 1977.
Expenditures. See National Ilome for

Disabled Volunteer Soldiers.
Reversion of proceeds of sales, 1985.

Unexpended balances, 218.
National Screw Thread Commission,

1010.
ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT-

Accounting. See Accounting.
Armament of fortifications, 632, 856.
Available beyond fiscal year, 853, 856,

878.
Available to procure stores for other

bureaus, 858.
Expenditures. See Ordnance Depart.

ment; Ordnance stores.
Insufficient balance remedid out

of
total balance, 855.
Milage chargeable to, 1793.
National trophy and medals for rifle

contests, 2637, 2769.
Office of Chief of Ordnance, 632.
Ordnance service, 631, 860, 9801, 1229.
Ordnance stores, ammunition, 853.
Ordnance stores and supplies, 853.
Proceeds of sales of serviceable ord-

nance stores, 878, 887.
Purchase, manufacture and test of

ammunition for mountain, field,

and siege cannon, 1194.
Small-arms target practice, 853, 870.

Transportation not charged to, 1226.
Ordnance equipment for rifle ranges for

civilian instruction, 2636.

APPROPRIATIONS-Continued.
Ordnance supplies for military equipment

of schools and colleges, 866.
OUTSTANDING LIABILITIES-
Checks, etc., outstanding for three

years to be credited to, 306, 307.
Permanent appropriation, 307.
PAY AND SO FORTH OF THE ARMY-

Clothing balances chargeable to, 1819.
Combination of funds, 1593.
Commutation of quarters, heat and

light, 1754.
Detained pay repaid out of current

fund, 1620.
Disbursement. See Pay of Army.
Discharge bonus payable out of, 1698.
Expenditures. See Pay of Army.
Foreign exchange, 899.
Gratuity to heirs of soldiers charge-

able, 1835.
Mileage fund distinct, 1593.
Pension funds available to pay trans-

portation to obtain surgical appli-

ances, 2022.
Printing and binding. See Printing and

vinding.
Public Buildings Commission, 1192.
PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING-
Supplemented to provide for extra

work, 984.
War Department fund, 990.
QUARTERMASTER CORPS-

Advances for periodicals, 977.
Barracks and quarters, 1102, 1155.
Barracks and quarters, Philippine Is-

lands, 1159, 1160.
Buildings for Infantry School, 2144.
Burial of deceased indigent patients,

1827.
Clothing and camp and garrison

equipage, 537, 924, 931, 937, 942.
Combined into general fund, 896.
Combination of funds, 896.
Construction and repair of hospitals,

1165.
Disposition of remains of officers, sol.

diers, and civilian employees,

1822.
Ilorses for Cavalry, Artillery, Engi-

neers, and so forth, 955-960.
Incidental expenses, 536, 715, 896, 897,

1224, 2211.
Inland and port storage and shipping

facilities, 1170.
Insufficient balance remedied out of

total balance, 898.
Military post exchanges, 1167.
National cemeteries, 717, 1096, 1236,

1822, 1826, 1827.
National parks, 1088.
Quartermaster supplies and services

for rifle ranges for civilian in-
struction, 2036, 2637.

APPROPRIATIONS—Continued.
QUARTERMASTER CORPS-Continued.
Quartermaster supplies, equipment, and

so forth, Reserve Officers' Train-

ing Corps, 902, 2627, 2632.
Quartermaster supplies for military

equipment of schools and colleges,

866.
Quarters for hospital stewards, 1162.
Regular supplies, 943, 945, 948, 961,

1168.
Combined into general fued, 896.
Repair of Statue of Liberty charge

able to, 1127.
Reversion of proceeds of sales of scraps

of cloth, 941.
Reversion of proceeds of sales of sert-

iceable stores, 233, 254, 903, 2653.
Roads, walks, wharves, and drainage.

1086.
Shooting galleries and ranges, 1117.
Subsistence of the Army, 712, 901,

1128, 1816, 1817.
Combined into general fund, 896.
Reversion of proceeds of sales, 907,

914.
Subsistence of patients in hospitals,

Panama Canal, chargeable to,

2012.
Transportation of the Army and its

supplies, 79, 538, 954, 1214, 1223,
1226, 1227, 1229, 1237, 1240,

1241, 1774, 1796, 1798, 1802.
Combined into general fund, 896,
Water and sewers at military posts,

896, 1154.
RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS-
Expenditure as authorized by Secre.

tary of War, 867.
Ordnance stores, equipment, and 69

forth, 867.
Quartermaster

and so forth, 902, 2627, 2632.
REVERSION OF FUNDS-
Credits for damage to stores in transit,

235.
Discharge of enlisted man by pur

chase, 2199.
Payments for work done for Ipsular

Department of Philippines, 234.
Proceeds of sales.

See Proceeds of
seles.
RIVERS AND HARBORS-

Claims paid from, 1294,
Discontinuance of specific funds, 1516

.
Examinations, surveys,

gencies, 1527.
Expenditure.

voorks.
Private contributions added to, 1521.
Insufficient, 1525, 1532.

Reversion of proceeds of sales of land
Saint Elizabeths Hospital, 2046.

supplies, equipment,

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See River and harbor

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and property, 1538.

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