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PHILIPPINE SCOUTS-Continued.
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS-Continued.
Reappointment during World War,

2393.
Transfer to other branches, 2390.
CREDIT FOR COMMISSIONED SERVICE IN-
Enlisted men in Regular Army en-

titled to, 1696.
Service in drafted forces included,

2394.
Toward promotion in Regular Army,

2282.
Divided between branches of Army, 2119,
ENLISTED FORCE

Natives of Philippine Islands, 2151.

Number, 2151.
Organization, 2151.
Regular Army includes, 2179.

Tour of duty, 2357.
PHILIPPINE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL:

Established, 2766.
PHOSPIIATES:

Deposits. See Land.
PHOSPHORUS. See Materials; Neces-

saries.
PHOTOGRAPHS :

Illustrations. See Public documents.
INFORMATION TO ADVANTAGE OF FOREIGN

NATIONS-
Jurisdiction over offenders, 2862.
Obtaining, 2853.

Transmitting, 2853, 2854.
Moving pictures. See Electric power.
Negligence, 2853.
Retaining unlawfully, 2853.
Supplies, 972).
Transmitting photographs to person not

entitled to receive, 2853.
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION:

Accused, A. W. 31.
EMPLOYEES-

Disabled employees, 119, 121-123, 160.

Retired employees, 111.
FEES FOR EXAMINATIONS OF-

Applicants for enlistment, 2003.
Civilian employees retired, 111.
Disabled employees, 123.
Disabled soldiers and nurses, 2013.

Enlisted men, 2003.
PROMOTION IN

THE ARMY DEPENDENT
ON-
Below brigadier general, 2279.

Medical Corps, 559.
PHYSICIANS :
Examinations by. See Physical erami-

nations.
Military.

See Medical Department;
Officers' Reserve Corps; Reserve

Officers' Training Corps.
Pay. See Pay of ciriliane.

Surgeons included in term, 161.
PICTURES. See Information; Photo-

grapis; Public documents.

PIERS. See Breakwaters; Bridges;

Wharves.
PIGEONS :

See also Animals.
Detention Or injury' of Government

owned, 963.
PILLAGING. See Plundering.
PILOTS:
See also Seamen; also specific names

of offenses.
Airplane pilots. See Air Service,
Channel obstructed, 1589.
Discrimination between vessels, 1513.
Employment on boundary waters be.

tween States, 1512.
Negligence, 1414, 1589.
Refuse matter towed, 1589.
Regulation by States, 1511.

River and harbor work injured, 1589.
PIPE LINES :

Gas or oil, 1080.
Requisition during war, 2969.
RIGHTS OF WAY OVER PUBLIC LANDS-

Gas or oil pipes, 1080.

Water pipes, 1078.
PIRACY:
Punishment not prevented by sec. 18,

chap. 2, Criminal Code, 2922,
PISTOLS. See Ordnance stores.
PITCH:
Trees on public land used to secure,

1067.
PLAGUE. See Diseases.
PLAINTIFFS. See Actions; Bonds.
PLANS:

Accompany estimates, 208, 209, 1150.
Breakwaters. See Breakwaters.
Buildings. See Buildings.
Dams. See Dame.
Disclosure of. See Information.
National defense. See Army; War.
Negligence in custody of, 2853, 2862.
Retaining unlawfully, 2853, 2862.
Water power projects. See Water power

developments.
PLANTS:
See also Buildings; Contracts; Prop-

erty; Railroads; Shipyards.
Aviation-plants. See Aviation facilities.
Electrical plants. See Electric power.
Helium, 1121.
Injuring, 2850, 2852.
MOBILIZATION OF INDUSTRIES ESSENTIAL

TO MILITARY PREPAREDNESS
Board for, 1203.
Supervision of Assistant Secretary of

War, 486.
MUNITIONS PLANTS-

Filling plants. See Filling plants.
Investigation of manufacture by Gov.

ernment, 1204.
List of private manufacturers, 1202.
Requisition by Government, 1201, 1280,
Transformation of private factories,

1202.

PLANTS—Continued.

Nitrate plants. See Nitrates.
OPERATION BY UNITED STATES-

Arsenals. See Arsenals.
In prisons. See Prisoners.

Requisitioned plants, 2969, 2972.
REQUISITION-

Compulsory order disregarded, 1201.
During World War, 1201, 1280, 2969,

2972.
Lumber camps, 1124.
Munitions plants, 1201,

Sawmills, 1124.
Sites. See Land,
Water power developments. See Water

power developinents.
ZONES ABOUT

Aliens not admitted, 2860.

Intoxicants prohibited, 1197.
PLATINUM:

See also Materials; Necessaries.
Shipping without giving bill of lading,

1306.
PLEADING :

Errors pot fatal, A. W. 37.
Failure or refusal to plead, A. W. 21.
PLEA OF GUILTY--
Execution of sentence hastened by,

A. W. 503.
Ignorantly or improvidently made,

A. W. 21.
Inconsistent with statement of accused,

A. W. 21.
PLEDGES:

Public property, 815-817, A. W. 94.
PLOTS. See Conspiracy; Mutiny; Sedi-

tion.
PLOTTERS. See Enlisted men; Pay of

Army.
PLUMBING :

See also Buildings.
Ilospital facilities, 1165.
Installation and extension, 1154, 1156.

Repair, 1154.
PLUNDERING:

Military offense, A. W. 89.
Quitting post or colors for, A. W. 75.
Pepauation out of pay of offender, A. W.

89.
I'LURAL NUMBER:

Singular number implied by, 2964, 2990.
I'OISONS:

See also Intoricants; Narcotics.
Nonmailable, 3017.
POLE LINES. See Electric power; Tele-

graph; Telephone.
L'OLICE:

See also Arrest; States.
Right of way of troops not to interfere

with, 2787.
POLICIES. See Erecutire departments;

Life insurance; War risk insurance;

POLISH LEGION:
Return to United States after World War,

1806.
POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS:

Prohibited, 99-103.

Refusal to make, 101.
POLLS. See Elections.
PONIES. See Horses.
PONTOONS:

Loan to West Point, Ga., 1005.

Procurement, 826.
POOLE ISLAND, MD. See Abcrdeen Pror-

ing Ground.
PORTO RICO:

Laws in effect in, 2503, 2992.
Military service in, 1690.
Militia. See Militia ; National Guard.
Travel by officials on Army transports,

1241.
PORTO RICO REGIMENT OF INFANTRY:
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS-

Commanding officer, 2349.
Reappointment of officers of Porto

Rico Provisional Regiment, 2395.
Recommission as captains of Infantry,

2396.
Recommission in Regular Army, 2128.
Credit for former commissioned service

by enlisted men of Regular Army in,

1696.
Insane soldiers. See Insane persons.

Regular Army includes, 2128.
PORTS. See Commerce; Harbors.
POSSE COMITATUS:

Employment of Army as, 2812, 2815.
SUMMONED BY-
Deputies of United States commis-

sioners, 428.
Governor of Hawaii, 2816.
POST EXCHANGES :

Buildings for, 1167.
Embezzlement of funds, A. W. 94.
Sale of intoxicants. See Intoxicants.

Transportation facilities for, 1167.
POST GARDENS :

Army appropriations not available, 1167.
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT:

Mails. See Mails.
Oath, 3021.
Official Postal Guide, 1001.
Reinstatement of discharged soldiers,

sailors, and marines, 25.
STORES-
Procurement from other departments,

800, 841, 842.
Transfer to, 1234.
POST OFFICES:

Military posts provided with, 1166.
POST ORDNANCE SERGEANTS. See Bm

listed men; Pay of Army.
POST QUARTERMASTER SERGEANTS.

See Enlisted men; Pay of Army.

War.

POSTAGE:

Appropriation available, 897.
Free transmission. See Mail; Penalty

envelopes.
RATES-

Clothing sent to soldiers, 929.
Free transmission of clothing returned

by discharged soldiers, 933.
STAMPS-

Appropriation for, 3000.

Issued for official use, 3000.
POSTS. See Military posts.
POTASSIUM. See Materials; Necessaries,
POTATOES. See Agriculture; Necessaries;

Stores.
POTOMAC PARK, D. C. See Park system.
POULTRY. See Animals.
POWDER. See L'aplosives; Ordnance

stores.
POWER HOUSES. See Buildings; Elec-

tric power.
POWERS OF ATTORNEY:

Agents of surety companies, 245.
Claims against United States, 353.

Filing in district courts, 245.
PRECEDENCE. See Command; Commis-

sioned officers.
PREMIUMS. See Bonds; Life insurance;

Securities; War risk insurance.
PRESENTS. See Gifts.
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES:
APPOINTING POWER-

See also specific names of offices.
During recess of the Senate, 11, 14.
Officers, 10.
Officers of the Army. See Commis-

sioned officers.
Regulations for admission to the civil

service, 17.
Commander in Chief, 6.
Executive power, 1.
Inauguration day a holiday, 94.
OFFICE-

Civilian employees detailed to, 45.
Telegraph and Cipher Bureau. See

Telegraph and Cipher Bureau.
Pardoning power, 8.
SUCCEEDED BY-

Cabinet officers, 4, 5.
Officer appointed by Congress, 3.

Vice President, 3.
TERM OF OFFICE-

Commences on 4th of March, 2.

Four years, 1.
Threats against, 13.

Treaty making power, 9.
PRESIDIO OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.:
SALE OF LAND-

Reversion rights retained, 1126.

Site of Palace of Fine Arts, 1126.
PRICES. See Necessaries; Ships; Stores.
PRIMERS. See Ordnance stores.

PRINTING AND BINDING :

See also Public documents.
Accounting, 986.
Advertising. See Advertising.
Annual reports of executive departments,

194, 995.
APPROPRIATIONS-
Allotment for quarterly expenditure,

985.
Allotment for regular documents and

reports, 986.
Estimates, 205, 213.
Specific bureaus, 992.

Specifically made, 982.
APPROPRIATIONS CHARGEABLE-
Apportionment of

expense

between
Congress and Executive Depart-

ments, 986.
Army funds available, 983.
Coast Artillery School, 2148.
General Staff College, 21491.
Medical Department, 845, 991.
National Guard, 983, 998.
Quartermaster Corps, 943, 997.
War Department printing fund, 990,

1517.
AT COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS-

Contracts. See Contracts.
For United States Military Academy,

1000.
In time of war, 998.
Official Postal Guide, 1001.

Used outside District of Columbia, 999.
AT GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE-

All Government work, 981.

Exception for field service, 981.
Joint Committee on Printing to check

delay, neglect, duplication, waste,

1003.
PROCUREMENT-
Advance payment to Public Printer,

984.
Authorization by Congress, 987, 989.
Bulletins of Surgeon General, 990.
Contracts. See Contracts.
Corps of Engineers, 990.
Extra work by Government Printing

Office, 984.
Hire of labor in emergency, 997.
Manifold blanks, books, and forms,

988.
Necessary to ordinary business, 987,

989.
Opinions of Attorney General, 388.
Regular publications of Executive De-

partments, 986, 987.
Requisition by chief of department,

987.
Rivers and harbors matter, 1517.
PRIORITY:

Claims by United States, 358.
Deliveries. See Stores; Transportation.
Precedence. See Commissioned Oficers.
Promotions. See Civilian employees;

Commissioned officers.

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PRISONERS:
CERTIFICATE OF CAUSE OF DETENTION-

Military prisoner, A. W. 71.

Return to writ of habeas corpus, 401,
Clothing. See Clothing; Uniform.
Control by Adjutant General's Depart-

ment, 529.
Custody. See Arrest; Confinement.
DELIVERED TO CIVIL AUTHORITIES-

Restrictions on delivery, A. W. 74.

Return to military custody, A. W. 74.
Disciplinary organizations. See Discipli-

nary organizations.
DONATION UPON RELEASE FROM-

Civil confinement, 536.

Military.confinement, 536.
Equipage, 942.
ESCAPE-

Custodian at fault, A. W. 73.
Dismissal of offieers or cadets, A. W.

69.
Military offense, A. W. 69.

Reward for apprehending, 2211.
Government, 531, A, W. 2.
Humane treatment enjoined, 2799,

A. W. 41.
Insane. See Insane persons.
LABOR-

Hard labor enjoined, 531, 532, A. W. 37.
Regulated by commandant, 531.

Supplies for Army manufactured, 539.
Medical care, 2000, 2012.
Military training. See Disciplinary or-

ganizations.
Parole, 535.
PROTECTION-

Extradited persons, 2912.

Military forces employed, 2912.
Rations. See Rations.
Regular Army not inclusive of, 2178.
RELEASE
Habeas corpus.

See Habeas corpus.
Suspension of sentence, A. W. 52.

Without proper authority, A. W. 73.
Restoration to duty, 531, 534, A. W. 52.

Travel. See Travel.
PRISONERS OF WAR:

See also Aliens; Insane persons.
Captivity assumed to be involuntary,

1604.
Medical care, 2011.
Pay. See Pay of Army.

Rations. See Rations.
PRISONS. See Buildings; Public prop-

erty; United States Disciplinary Bar-

racks.
PRIVATE PROPERTY. See Property.
PRIVATEERS. See Prize ; Ships and ship-

ping.
PRIVATES. See Enlisted men.
PRIVILEGES:
Minor offenses punished by deprivation

of, A. W. 104,

PRIZE:

Defrauding or delaying claimant, 806.

Insurrection aided, 2829, 2830.
PRIZES:

Bakers and cooks, 712.
Horse breeding, 960.

Rifle shooting, 2769.
PROBATION OF OFFENDERS:

Parole, 533.

Suspension of sentences, A. W. 52.
PROCEEDINGS. See Condemnation pro-

ceedings; Courts; Courts-martial;
Executive departments; Habeas cor.

pus.
PROCEEDS OF SALES:
ACCOUNTS-

Forms for public utilities, $19.
Rendition by heads of departments or

Government establishments, 269,

915.
Report to Congress, 804, 819.
COVERED INTO TREASURY-

Animals, 962.
Cannon with smooth bore, 888.
Electric current, 944.
Ice, 944.
Machine tools, 971.
Motor vehicles, 1232.
National Guard equipment condemned,

2616.
Products incidental to vocational train-

ing of Army, 803.
Sales between departments, 799, 800,

841.
Sales during World War, 797.
Sales to District of Columbia, 799.
Storage properties sold, 1171, 1172.
Stores of Military Academy, 2717.
Ships removed from navigable waters,

1558, 1559.
DEDUCTIONS

Expenses of sales, 255, 888, 971, 1118.

Statement rendered annually, 269, 915.
Deposit. See Public money.
REVERSION TO APPROPRIATIONS-

Aeronautical equipment, 841.
Airplane materials, 840.
Articles produced by insane patients,

2049.
Articles produced

vocational
trainees, 2019.
Factories, mines, pipe lines, etc., oper-

ated by Government, 2969.
Foodstuffs sold by President during

World War, 2967.
Gas sold by United States Military

Academy, 2716.
Lumber, 1125.
Material supplied

by Corps of En-
gineers, 819.
Medical and hospital supplies, 847.
National Guard equipment condemned,

2615.
National Guard equipment purchased

by States, 2617.

by

FROCEEDS OF SALES—Continued.
REVERSION TO APPROPRIATIONS—Contd.

National Guard target ranges, 1118.
Land for river and harbor improve-

ments, 1538.
Property of National Home for Dis-

abled Volunteer Soldiers, 1985.
Public property for river and harbor

works, 1538.
Scraps of cloth, 941.
Serviceable ordnance stores, 878, 887.
Serviceable quartermaster stores sold,

903, 2633.
Signal Corps supplies and equipment,

828.
Stores sold to Army, 233, 254.
Stores sold to educational institutions,

801.
Stores sold to expeditions, 233, 254.
Stores sold to Philippine Government,

234, 858.
Stores sold at training camps, 2633,

Subsistence supplies, 907, 914.
PROCEEDS OF SERVICE RENDERED:
COVERED INTO TREASURY-
Commercial service by Army trans-

ports, 1241.
Commercial service by Washington-

Alaska cable and telegraph sys-

tem, 835.
Laundry work, 944.
REVERSION TO APPROPRIATIONS-

Public utilities, 819.
Shipping activities, 1259.
Work done for Philippine Government,

234.

PROPERTY:
See also claims; Property of States;

Public property; also specific

names of offenses, etc.
ABANDONED OR CAPTURED

Agent to take cbarge of, 805.
Condemnation. See Condemnation pro-

cecdings.
Dealing in, 805, A. W. 80.
Failure to turn over to authorities,

A. W. 80.
Prize. See Prize.

Rules concerning, 2834.
Accounts. See Accounts,
Acquisition by advantage of soldiers and

sailors' civil relief act, 2064.
Attachment. See Attachment of prop-

erty.
Bridges. See Bridges.
Buildings. See Buildings.
Civil rights of owner protected during

military service. See Civil rights.
Condemnation proceedings. See Condem-

nation proceedings.
Damaged. See Claims.
Dams. See Dams.
Embezzlement. See Embezzlement.
Equal rights to, 394.
FORFEITED-
Deduction of claims from proceeds,

2833.
Redemption after termination of mili-

tary service, 2087.
FORFEITURE-
Cargo coming from locality in insur-

rection, 436.
Cargo of sunken vessel, 1558.
Entering closed port, 436.
Exports contrary to law, 2925.
Exports in time of war, 2870, 2871.
Informer to share, 2831.
Insurrection aided or abetted, 435,

2829, 2830-2832.
Intoxicants made or handled, 2798,

2807, 2808.
Ships. See ships and shipping.
Taxes unpaid, 2086.
Trading during insurrection, 2822.
Traveling unlawfully in time of war,

2865.
Treason, 2842.
Fraud. See Fraud.
ITorses. See Horses.
Inheritance of. See Deceased persons.
INJURY TO-
Commanding officers required to ob-

tain reparation for, A. W. 89.
Forfeiture of pay as indemnity, A. W.

89.
Investigation by board of officers,

A. W. 105.
Military offense, A. W. 89, A. W. 105.
Reparation. See Claims.
War material, utilities or premises,

2850, 2852,

PROCESS. See Arrest; Distress roarrants;

II abeas corptis; Search toarrants;
Service of process; Warrants; Wit-

nesses.
PROCLAMATION:

Commanding insurgents to disperse, 2821.
Insurrection declared, 2822.
Laws opposed beyond enforcement by

courts, 2829.
Probibited places, 2860.
PROFESSORS. See Educational institu-

tions; United States Military Academy.
PROFITEERING:

Necessaries in war time, 2962.
PROHIBITED PLACES :
Information concerning. See Informa-

tion.
Proclamations to designate, 2860.
PROHIBITION. See Intoxicants; Vice.
PROJECTILES. See Ammunition; Filling

plants.
PROMOTIONS. See Civilian employees;

Commissioned officers; Enlisted men;

Retired officers.
PROOF. See Evidence; also specific names

of offenses.

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