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PROPERTY--Continued.
Instalments of purchase price overdue,

2002.
Land. See Land.
Lost or damaged. See Claims.
Money. See Money; Public money.
NUISANCE ABATED
Bridges altered removed. See

Bridges.
Dams altered or removed. See Dams.
Public property. See Buildings; Land;

Public property; Stores.
Record. See Accounts; Executive de-

partments, Land.
RENT-

Allotment of pay to discharge, 2091.
Eviction of dependents of persons in

military service on account of

overdue, 2089, 2090.
REQUISITION-
See also Buildings; Condemnation

proceedings; Inventions ; Land;
Necessaries; Plants; Ships and

shipping.
Compensation of owner requisite, 392.
Distilled spirits, 2967.

Necessary for national defense, 2966–7.
SALVAGE

By Canadtans, 1292.
Claims. See Claims by United States;

Salvage; ships and shipping.
Ships. See ships and shipping.

Stranded on foreign shores, 1296.
SEIZURE-

Aiding foreign nations, 407, 420.
Arms, etc., exported, 2925, 2926.
By Alien Property Custodian, 2896.
Constitutional restriction, 408.
Felony committed, 407, 420.
Foreclosure of mortgages, 2094.
Insurrection aided, 435.
Intoxicants unlawfully handled, 2798,

2807.
Jurisdiction of district courts, 434.
Return of property, 420.
Shipping act violated, 1277, 1278.
Warrants. See Distress warrants;

Search warrants.
Theft. See Larceny.
TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP

In time of war, 2894.
With residents of foreign countries,

2894.
Trusteeships for enemies, 2873, 2896-

2899.
PROPERTY OF STATES :
National Guard equipment. See National

Guard.
RICISITION---

Credit for equipment of troops, 2619.

National Guard equipment, 2618, 2619.
PROPOSALS. See Contracts.
PROSECUTIONS. See Actions; Courts.

martial; Trial.
PROSTITUTION. See Vice.

PROVING GROUNDS:
Aberdeen, Ma. See Aberdeen Proving

Ground.
Acquisition by United States. See Land.
Chemical warfare grounds, 700.
Maintenance, 1114.

Sites. See Land; Reservations.
PROVING ORDNANCE. See Ordnance.
PROVOKING SPEECHES OR GESTURES:

Military offense, A. W. 90.
PROVOST COURTS:

Jurisdiction, A. W. 15.
PUBLIC BUILDINGS COMMISSION:

Appropriation for, 1192.
Composition, 1192.

Duties, 1192.
PUBLIC DOCUMENTS:
Cost-
Apportionment between Congress and

a department, 986.
Report to Congress, 1002.
DEPOSITARIES-

Government libraries, 190.
Public libraries, 191.
Library of Military Academy, 290,

2711.
DISTRIBUTION-

By Public Printer, 192.
Waste remedied by Joint Committee

on Printing, 1003.
Editions, 996.
Illustrations, 994.
NUMBER OF COPIES-

Divided between two editions, 996.
Oficial Postal Guide, 1001,

Reports, 995.
Periodicals, 993.
PREPARATION DIRECTED
* Bulletins of Surgeon General, 990.
Compilation of military laws, 2996.
Compilation of statutes concerning im-

provements of rivers and harbors,

2997.
Medical and surgical history of World

War, 991.
Negligence in custody of, 2853, 2862.
Printing and binding. See Printing and

binding.
Report to Congress, 1002.
Retaining unlawfully, 2853, 2862.

Statutes. See Statutes.
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE:

Civil relief. See Civil rights.
Division of Venereal Diseases, 382.

Sce Com-
Injured in military service.

pensation for disability; Compensa-

tion for death in military service.
Heat and light allowance, 1751.
Quarters, 1751.
Subject to Articles of War when co

operating with Army, 1861.
Suppression of diseases,

Quarantine.
Transfer of public property to, 846, 1129,

1234.

See Diseases;

PUBLIC MONEY:

Accounts. See Accounts.
ADVANCE PAYMENT

Newspapers and periodicals, 976–980).
Pay of Army. See Pay of Army.
Prohibited, 301.

Recovery. See Claims.
ADVANCES TO DISBURSING OFFICERS

Army account of advances, 302.
Delinquency in rendering accounts to

preclude, 266.
Draft or warrant on Treasury, 249.
Necessary funds, 301.
Certificates of Treasurer outstanding

three years, 306, 307.
Checks. See Checks.
Conversion to private use, 279, 280, 283,

285.
Counterfeiting, 185.
Custody. See Disbursing officers; Treas-

urers.
Deductions from receipts, 253.
DEPOSIT—

Delay forbidden, 252, 253.
Disbursing officers required to, 249,

297, 544, 2047.
Failure to deposit, 282, 283.
Fiscal agents responsible, 297.
Gross receipts, 253.
Net receipts, 255.
Otherwise than allowed by law, 279,

280, 283.
Proceeds of sales, 254,

Salvage claim, 1299.
DEPOSITARIES-

Annual returns, 309,
Assay office, 291, 292.
Bonds. See Bonds.
In Cuba, 294,
In foreign countries, 296.
In Philippine Islands, 294,
In Porto Rico, 294.
Mints, 291, 292,
National banks, 293.
Reports. See Accounts.
Security given in United States bonds,

293–295.
Security prescribed for foreign deposi-

taries, 295.
Specially authorized, 249.
Treasurer and assistant treasurers of

United States, 249, 252, 291, 292.
DISBURSEMENT-

Aboard during the emergency, 322.
According to

See Appropria-
tions.
Accounts. See Accounts.
Army account of advances, 302.
By draft of Treasurer, 299.
Chief of Finance responsible, 497.
Claims adjusted. See Claims.
Constructing engineer authorized, 825.
Contracts. See Contracts.
Drawn as required for payments, 249.

PUBLIC MONEY-Continuea.
DISBURSEMENT—Continued.
Except as allowed by law. See Em.

bezzlement.
Expenditure of appropriations. See

Appropriations.
Fiscal agents responsible, 297.
Inspection, 544.
Land acquired. See Land,
Officers responsible. See Disbursing

officers; Treasurers.
Open market purchases. See stores.
Procedure in Treasury, 303.
Placing contracts. See Contracts.
Refusal, 284.
Requisition of Secretary of War, 300,

302.
Statements regularly published, 220.
Suspension for reexamination of ac-

count, 315, 317.
Transactions of Corps of Engineers,

822.
Transactions of Medical Corps, 844.
Transactions of Quartermaster Corps,

906, 913.
Transactions of Signal Corps, 829.
Voucher accompanied by certificate of

inspection, 951.
War Department funds, 300,
Warrants replaced by certificates of

balances, 322.
Warrants required, 298, 300.
Written authority to accompany bill

for advertising, 740, 742.
DONATIONS RECEIVED BY UNITED STATES

Return of balances to donors, 1521.
River and harbor funds, 1521.

Vocational rehabilitation funds, 2041,
DRAFTS-

Exchange, 275.
In favor of persons to whom payment

is made, 249.
Outstanding 3 years, 306, 307,
Refusal to pay, 284.

Sale at premium, 276.
Embezzlement. See Embezzlement.
EXCHANGE-

In foreign countries and Alaska, 899.
Otherwise than allowed by law, 279.
Rate of foreign exchange, 899.

Restrictions, 275, 297.
Expenditures. See Compensation; Pay,

also specific names of commodities,

services, etc.
False report, 186.
Given away by United States to aid

housing of employees, 1195.
Larceny. See Larceny.
Liability for. See Claims; Disbursing

officers.
LOANS-
Except as authorized by law, 279, 280,

283.
Fiscal agents responsible, 297.

law.

i.

.

PUBLIC MONEY-Continued.
LOANS—Continued.
Housing projects, transportation and

utilities aided, 1195, 1196.
Terminal facilities constructed by

States, 1289.
Lost without fault or negligence, 465.
RECEIPT OF

Accounts. See Accounts.
Proceeds of sales, See Proceeds of

sales.
RECEIPTS FOR
By regimental, battalion and squadron

quartermasters, 720, 721.
Duplicate receipts for deposits, 252.
For a sum larger than paid, 278, 437,

A. W. 94.
Forwarding without making full pay-

ment, 285.
Indorsed on warrants, 298.

Required, 298.
RECOVERY-

Accountable ofhcers sued, 363.
Distress warrant. See Distress war-

rant.
REQUISITIONS-

Auditor to act, 303.
Chief clerk, War Department, author-

ized to sign, 488.
Issue by Seeretary of War, 300, 302.
National Home for Disabled Volunteer

Soldiers, 1982.
Not required on audited accounts or

for covering money into Treasury,

303.
Signed by chief clerk of War Depart-

ment, 488.
Statements. See Accounts.
Theft. See Embezzlement; Larceny;

Robbery; Stolen property.
Trading in, 288.
TRANSFER
Appropriations supplemented. See

Appropriations.
Except as prescribed by law, 280.

Fiscal agents, 297.
TRANSFER NEGLECTED OR REFUSED

Certified by auditor, 365.
Distress warrant, See Distress war-

rant.
Embezzlement, 284.

Evidence, 364.
TRANSPORTATION

See also Transportation,
Chargeable to Quartermaster Corps,

1223.
UNEXPENDED BALANCES-

Annual returns, 309.
Appropriations not exhausted. See Ap-

propriations.
Reversion of advances to disbursing of.

ficers, 308.
Unchanged during 3 years, 308, 309.

PUBLIC MONEY-Continued.
VOUCHERS-
Appropriations charged with disburse-

ments to be specified, 302.
Commutation of heat and light, 1597.
Examination by heads of departments

and bureaus, 264.
For a sum larger than paid, 278.
Porwarding without making full pay-

ment, 285.
Preparation by heads of departments

and bureaus, 264.
Preparation ontside Washington, 264.
Waived for Council of National • De-

fense, 1210.
WARRANTS-
Certificate of appropriation chargeable,

303.
Checks covered into Treasury replaced

by, 333.
Countersigned by Comptroller, 298,

300, 303
Drawn by Secretary of the Treasury,

298.
Outstanding for 3 years, 306, 307.
Refusal to pay, 284.
Registered by auditor, 300.
Requisite to valid acknowledgment of

receipt into Treasury, 298.
Sale at premium, 276.
Withdrawal except as allowed by law,

280, 283,
PUBLIC PRINTER. See Printing and

binding.
PUBLIC PROPERTY :
See also Buildings; Land; Heterials ;

Property; Stores; also specific

names of articles, offenses, etc.
ACCOUNTING FOR—

Enforcement, 809.
Incidental expenses, 907.

National Guard, 2610.
ACCOUNTS-

Animals, A. W. 56.
Camp equipage, 926.
Clothing, 926.
Failure to render returns, A. W. 57.
False returns, A. W. 57.
Heads of departments to render, 795.
Inventories, 795.
Oaths of officers, 46.
Ordnance Department property, 875.
Regulation, 809.
Rendition, 809.
Signal Service property, 654, 831.
Stores issued to civilians, 875.
System enforced, 809.
Waived for accident of war, 347.

Waived for captured officers, 347.
Ammunition.

See Ammunition.
Applying to own use, 812, A. W. 94.
Arms. See Arme.
Buildings. See Buildings.

PUBLIC PROPERTY--Continued.
CAPTURED OR ABANDONED

Agent to take charge of, 805.
Dealing in, 805, A. W. 80.
Failure to turn over to authorities, A.

W. 80.
Neglect to secure to United States, A.

W. 79, A. W. 80.
Prize. See Prize.
Rules concerning, 2834.

Wrongful appropriation of, A. W. 79.
CARGOES OF SHIPS-

See also ships and shipping.
Seizure precluded, 1310.
CHARGE OVER-

Ordnance sergeants, 615.

Quartermaster sergeants, 711.
Chemicals. See Chemical warfare mate-

rial; Chemicals.
Contracts. See Contracts.
Control by Congress, 1033.
Custody of Secretary of War, 490.
DEPREDATIONS-
Antiquities appropriated or injured,

1071.
In cemeteries, 1098.

In national parks, 1065.
Embezzlement. See Embezzlement,
Equipment. See Equipage; Equipment.
Foreign owned. See Foreign govern-

ments.
Information. See Information.
INJURING-
See also specific names of articles,

offenses, etc.
Claims. See Claims by United States.
War material, premises or utilities,

2850, 2852,
Inventories, 795.
Issue. See Stores.
Jurisdiction over. See Courts-martial;

District courts.
LIABILITY FOR-
Captured officers unable to account,

347.
Losses, 807, 808, A. W. 83.
Neglect, A. W. 83.
Relief from liability, 808, 810.
Willful injury, 1587, A. W. 83.

Wrongfully disposed of, A. W. 83.
Loan. See stores.
Misappropriation, A. W. 94.
OPERATION OF UTILITIES

Proceeds. See Proceeds of service.
Quartermaster General charged with,

719.
Ordnance. See Ordnance.
Political contributions on Government

premises, 100.
PROCUREMENT-
See also Buildings; Contracts; Land;

Materials; Stores; also specific

names of articles.
Authorization by law, 726.

FUBLIC PROPERTY--Continued.
PROCUREMENT—Continued.
Chemical Warfare Service charged

with, 700
Chief of Ordnance charged with, 634.
Expenditure of appropriations. See

Appropriations.
Quartermaster General charged with,

719.
RECEIPTS, ETC. —
For amount greater than delivered,

437, A. W. 94.
Regimental, battalion, and squadron

quartermasters to give, 721.
Without full knowledge of truth, A. W.

94.
REGULATIONS-

Corps of Engineers property, 826.
Head of department to prescribe, 175.
Ordnance, 633.

Signal Service property, 654.
Sale. See Buildings; Land; Materials;

Proceeds of sale8; Stores; also

specific names of articles.
Ships. See Ships and shipping; Trans-

ports.
Stores. See stores,
Telegraph. See Telegraph.
Theft. See Embezzlement; Larceny.
Trading in, 288.
Transfer. See Buildings; Land; Bla-

terials; Stores; also specific names

of articles.
Transfer of evidences of indebtedness

with foreign countries, 2894.
Trespass. See Trespa88.

Wrongfully disposing of, A. W. 83.
PUBLIC RECORDS. See Erecutive depart.

ments; Records.
PUBLIC UTILITIES. See Electric power;

Gas; Plants; Railroads; Roads; Tele-
graph; Telephone; Utilities; Water

works.
PUBLIC WORKS:

Buildings. See Buildings.
Contracts. See Contracts.
Cost not to exceed appropriation, 1153.
Eight-hour day, 782-787.
Estimates. See Estimates.
Fortifications. See Fortifications,
Materials. See Materials.
Tayment. See Public money.
River and harbor works, See River and

harbor roorks.
Superintendence in District of Columbia.

See Superintendent of Public Build-

ings and Grounds.
PUBLICATIONS:
See also Books; Periodicals; Printing

and binding, Public documents.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Circulation in time af war, 3016.
Translation in parallel column, 3016.

PUBLICATIONS—Continued.

Issue to National Guard, 2603, 2614.
Nonmailable. See Mail.

Sale to educational institutions, 801.
PUBLICITY See Advertising; Informa-

tion.
PUBLICITY EXPERTS:

Employment restricted, 21.
PUNISHMENTS. See Confinement; Courts-

martial; also specific names of of-

feases.
PURCHASES: See Appropriations; Build-

ings; Commerce; Contingent funds;
Land; Materials; Public property;
Stores; also specific titles of commodi-

ties.
PYRITES. See Materials; Necessaries.
QUARANTINE:

Regulations compulsory, 379.
STATIONS-
Control by Secretary of the Treasury,

378.
Entering without permission, 379.
QUARTERMASTER CORPS:

See also Commissioned officers.
Appointment of officers, 703, 2260.
Appropriations. See Appropriations.
BONDING OF OFFICERS-

Renewal of bonds, 242.
Required, 236.
Waived for non-accountable officers,

237.
Cemeterial Division. See Cemeterial Di-

rision.
Civilian force. See Civilian employees;

Pay of civilians.
Composition, 702.
Consolidation of Pay and Subsistence De-

partments with, 703.
DETAILS OF OFFICERS TO

Captains and lieutenants, 2260.
From the line of the Army, 2336.
Retired officers acting quarter-

miasters, 2437.
DETAILED TO UNITED STATES MILITARY

ACADEMY
Commissary sergeant as assistant to com-

missary of cadets, 2651.
Quartermaster and commissary of

cadets and treasurer, 2658, 2659.
Service detachment, 2706.
DUTIES--

Disbursement of money by agents, 723.
General outline, 719.
Performed by local details, 720.
l'rescribed, 900.

Stores handled. See Storcs.
EXLISTED FORCE-

Number, 702.
Permanent enlistment in corps to re-

place details to, 713.
Quartermaster sergeants, 711.

Replacement of civilian force by, 713.

QUARTERMASTER CORPS-Continued.
INCIDENTAL EXPENSES-

Appropriation available, 897.
Claims of inhabitants of Europe, 335.
General list, 897.

Handling stores, 907.
LIABILITY OF OFFICERS-

Bonds. See Bonds.

Quartermaster General, 236.
Paymasters. See Disbursing officers.
Promotion of officers, 703-705.
Regular Army includes, 2118.
SECOND LIEUTENANTS-

Class B, 705.

Promotion, 705.
Supervision by Chief of Staft, 718.

Supplies. See Stores.
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL:

Acting Quartermaster General, 2346.
APPOINTMENT

By President, 707.

Selection, 707.
Assistants, 702.
Commissioner of Soldiers' Home, 1952.
DUTIES-

Contracts directed. See Contracts.

General outline, 719.
Liability as to subordinate officers, 236.
Rank, 702, 707.

Title, 706.
QUARTERMASTER SERGEANTS. See

Enlisted men; Pay of Army.
QUARTERMASTER'S STORES. See

Stores.
QUARTERMASTERS:
REGIMENTAL, BATTALION, AND SQUADRON-

Attachment to organization, 720.
Details, 721.
Duties of Quartermaster Corps per-

formed by, 720, 721.
Receipting for money, 720, 721.
QUARTERS:

Army Nurse Corps, 1808.
Availability of public quarters, 1759.
CIVILIANS-

Superintendents of cemeteries, 717.
United States Military Academy, 2659.
Wage-earning capacity to include al-

lowance, 135.
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS-

According to grade, 1748.
At Sandy Hook Proving Ground, 1757.
Dependents provided for during !Vorld

War, 1731,
In Canal Zone, 1752.
In the field, 1750, 1751.
Military attachés, etc., 1756.
Public quarters assigned, 1748, 1750,

1766.
Reserve officers on active duty, 1155.
COMMITATION-

Acting dental surgeons, 1753.
Appropriations available, 1754.
Army Nurse Corps, 1753, 1754, 1808.

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