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QUARTERS-Continued.
COMMUTATION—Continued.

Educational institutions to pay, 2426.
Field clerks, 1753.
National Guardsmen, 2570.
Veterinarians, 1753.

Warrant officers, 1754.
COMMUTATION FOR COMMISSIONED OFFI-

CERS-
Corps of Engineers, 15251.
Dependents entitled to, 1751.
Detailed to educational institutions,

2426.
In Arctic regions, 1758.
Military attachés, 1756.
Military observers, 1756.
No public quarters available, 1753,

1754.
On duty without troops, 1777.
On river and harbor work, 1525).
Signal Corps, 1758.

While serving in the field, 1750, 1751.
COMMUTATION FOR ENLISTED MEN

In Arctic regions, 1758.
Dependents entitled to, 1751,
Paid monthly, 1597.
Public quarters not available, 1753,

1754.
Regular Army Reserve, 1155, 1754.
Retired enlisted men, 1705.
Retired enlisted men on active duty,

1754.
Signal Service, 1758.
Construction. See Barracks and quar-

ters, Buildings.
ENLISTED MEN-

Detailed to National Guard, 2586.
In the field, 1751.
Students at educational institutions,

2220.
NATIONAL GUARD-
Individuals attached to Army organi.

zations for training, 2570.
Students at service schools, 2570.
Officers' Reserve Corps on active duty,

1155.
PROCUREMENT-

Authorization, 726.

General appropriation, 1155.
RENTAL-

In Canal Zone, 1752.
Public quarters not available, 1155,

1753.
Servants, 1760.
Superintendent of Army Nurse Corps,

1749.
RADIO COMMUNICATION:

Appropriations available, 832.
Call letters for each station, 655.
COMMERCIAL SERVICE-
Forwarding Government radiograms,

834.
Received at Government stations, 657.

RADIO COMMUNICATION_Continued.

Construction and repair, 832.
Definition, 657.
DISTRESS SIGNALS-

False signals, 659.

Priority, 657.
Exchange of signals, 657, 658.
False signals, 659.
Information to advantage of foreign na-

tions. See Information.
Injuring systems, 2850, 2852.
Interference between private and Gov.

ernment stations, 657.
Licenses, 655, 657.
Operation by Signal Corps, 662, 832.
Operatives. See Civilian employees.
PRIVATE STATIONS-

Control in time of war, 656.
Location with reference to Government

stations, 657.
Philippine Islands, 657.
Rates, 657.
Secrecy as to messages, 657.
Signaling from stations on ships, 657,

658.
Stations on land, 657.
Transformers, 657.

Wave length, 657.
RADIO SERGEANTS. See Enlisted men;

Pay of Army.
RADIUM. See Materials; Necessaries.
RAFTS:

See also Lumber; Ships and shipping.
LIGHTS

On Great Lakes and tributaries, 1458.
On Red River of the North and rivers

emptying into the Gulf of Mexico,

1491.
On rivers, harbors, and inland waters,

1420.
On Saint Lawrence River only, 1455.
Sound signals during bad weather, 1462.

Transports equipped with life-rafts, 1244.
RAILROADS:

See also Property; Transportation,
AGENCY IN WASHINGTON, D. C.

Authorized, 1219.

Service of orders upon, 1219.
Cars, See Cars,
CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE-
Field Medical Supply Depot, D. C.,

served, 1146.
Proving ground facilities, 1114.
Corporations under control of Director

of Aircraft Production, 693-695.
Engines. See Locomotives.
Fares. See Transportation.
Information. See Information.
INJURING-

Conspiracy, 2911.

In time of war, 2850, 2852,
Land-grant roads restricted

as to
charges, 1237, 1238.

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RAILROADS-Continued,
LOCATION-
Approaches to national cemeteries not

to be encroached upon, 1235.
Coordination of military and commer-

cial purposes, 1206.
Defense of frontier aided, 1206.
MOVEMENT OF TRAINS OBSTRUCTED

During World War, 1218.

Prevention by armed forces, 1218.
Rates. See Transportation,
REQUISITION-

Compensation of owner, 1282.

During World War, 1280, 1283.
Rights of way upon bridges, 1570.

Terminals. See Terminal facilities.
RANGES:
Cooking ranges. See Bakeries ; Cooking;

Heating apparatus; Kitchens.
Target practice. See Firing ranges;

Rifle ranges.
RINK. See Army Nurse Corps; Command;

Commissioned officers; Enlisted men;
Navy; Retired officers; also specific

title of an office, corps, or department,
RAPE:

Civil trial in time of peace, A. W. 92.
MILITARY OFFENSE-

Confirmation of sentence, A. W. 48.
Death penalty, A. W. 92.

In time of war, A. W. 92.
RATION SAVINGS:

Embezzlement, A. W. 94.
RATIONS:

Cadets at Military Academy, 2702.
COMMUTATION-

Army Nurse Corps, 1816.
Cadets at Military Academy, 1816,

2702.
Civilian employees, 1816.
Competitors at national rifle match,

1817.
Enlisted men, 1816.
Marine Corps, 482.
Noncommissioned officers, 919, 1779.
Nurses at stations, 1816.
Nurses on leave of absence, 1816.
Patients in hospitals, 1816, 2012.
Prisoners, 1816.
Recruits, 1816.
Retired enlisted men, 1705, 1816, 1818.

Warrant officers, 1816.
COMPOSITION--

Addition of emergency ration, 923.

Prescribed by President, 916.
Cooking. See Cooking.
Emergency ration, 923.
Hospital diet, 2017.
Ilot coffee for troops when traveling,

907.
Issue by Quartermaster Corps, 907.
Issue TO

Applicants for enlistment, 907.
Civilian employees, 907.
Enlisted men, 907, 918.

RATIONS-Continued.
ISSUE TO_Continued.

Flying cadets, 1673.
IIospital matrons, 1719.
Hospital staffs, 807, 921.
Indian guides and scouts, 907.
Indians, 922.
Marines, 482, 920.
Noncommissioned officers, 919, 1779.
Nurses, 907, 921,
Philippine Scouts, 1676.
Prisoners of posts, 907.
Prisoners of war, 907.
Regular Army Reserve on active duty,

907.
Reserve Officers' Training Corps at

camps, 907.
Retired enlisted men on aetive duty,

907.
Seamen cooperating with land troops,

920.
Meals provided, 907.
PROCUREMENT-

See also Contracts; Stores,
Appropriations available, 907.
By Quartermaster Corps, 907.
Meals provided. See Meals.
Officers not to profit, 764.

Travel rations, 907, 2592.
SALE-

At cost, 910.
Commissioned officers in the field sup-

plied, 910, 1612.
Quartermasters not to profit, 764.
READING ROOMS. See Libraries.
REAL ESTATE. See Buildings; Claims;

Land; Property.
REBELLION:

See also Insurrection.
Aiding or inciting, 2848.
Calling out militia by President, 25495.
Confiscation of property. See Property;

Ships and shipping.
Ilabeag

corpus suspended in Hawaii,
2816.
Penalties for engaging in, 2848.
SUPPRESSION BY MILITARY FORCE

Hawaii, 2816.

United States, 2819, 2820.
RECEIPTS:

Bills of lading. See Bills of lading.
For a sum larger than paid, 278.
Public money.

See Accounts; Proceeds
of sales; Public money.
RECEIVING STOLEN GOODS. See Stolen

goods.
RECLAMATION PLANTS. See Buildings.
RECORD AND PENSION OFFICE.

Adjutant General's Department.
RECORDING CLOCKS:

Prohibited, 183.
RECORDS :

Army. See Army.
Burials.
Contracts.

See Contracts.

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See Cemeteries ; Nonuments.

RECORDS—Continued.
Exekutive departments. See Executive

departments; also specific names of

departments.
War risk insurance, 1942.
RECOVERY. See Claims.
RECREATIONAL FACILITIES:

Buildings, 1167.

Supplies, 1167.
RECRUIT DEPOTS:

Fort Riley, Kans., 2146.
RECRUITING:

See also Enlisted men; Treason.
Aliens in United States, 2915, 2922.
DISQUALIFIED PERSONS-

Fraudulent enlistment, A. W. 54.

Officer knowingly accepting. A. W. 55.
For foreign armies, 2913, 2915.
For foreign navies, etc., 2914.
For service against United States, 2843,

2844.
For foreign governments, 2914, 2915.
OBSTRUCTING-

In time of war, 2857.

Jurisdiction over offenders, 2862.
Plans by War Department General Staff,

515.
RECRUITING SERVICE:
APPROPRIATIONS AVAILABLE FOR

Hire of stations and lodgings, 1155.

Incidental expenses, 897.
DETACHMENTS-

Enlisted men, 2189.

Noncommissioned officers, 2189, 2190.
DETAILS FOR

Commissioned officers, 2426.

Retired officers, 2426, 2430, 2431.
RECUPERATORS :
Manufacture at Rock Island Arsenal,

1174.
RED ('ROSS. See American National Red

Croes.
REENLISTMENT. See Enlisted men.
REFUSAL OF DUTY:

Ineiting, 2857.
REFUSE MATTER :
DEPOSIT

Débris of mines or stamp works, 1549.
Navigable waters or tributaries, 1547–

1549, 1589.
Prosecution of offenders, 1548.

Regulation, 1548, 1549.
TOWING

Liability of crew, 1589.
Liability of owner of vessel, 1589.

Pilot liable, 1589.
REGIMENTAL QUARTERMASTER SER-

GEANTS. See Enlisted men; Non-

commissioned officers; Pay of Army.
REGIMENTAL SERGEANTS MAJOR.
See Enlisted men; Noncommissioned

officers; Pay of Army.
REGIMENTAL SUPPLY SERGEANTS.
See Enlisted mon; Noncommissioned

officers; Pay of Army.

REGIMENTS:

Number during World War, 2120.
Organization during World War, 2120.

Vocational training organizations, 2217.
REGISTRY See Ships and shipping.
REGULAR ARMY. See Army.
REGULAR ARMY AND NAVY UNION OF

TIJE UNITED STATES:
Badge, 2774,
REGULAR ARMY RESERVE:

Abolished, 2198.

Rations. See Rations.
REGULATIONS. See Army Regulations ;

Erecutive departments; Stores; also
specific names of activities, institu-

tions, departments, bureaus, corps, etc.
REHEARING. See Court 8-martial.
RELIEF FROM RESPONSIBILITY. See

Disbursing officers.
RELIGIOUS BELIEFS. See Conscientious

objector&; Oaths.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES:

Buildings for, 2214.
Duties of chaplains, 2386.

Facilities for, 2388.
REMAINS. See Deceased persons.
REMANDING CASE. See Courts-martial.
REMISSION OF SENTENCE. See Con-

finement; Pardons ; Sentences.
REMOUNT DETACHMENTS. See

En
listed men.
REMOUNT STATIONS:

Donation of sites. 1025.
REMOUNTS. See Horses.
REXT Sep Buildings; Land; Property;

Quarters.
REPATRLATION. See Erpatriation;

Naturalization.
REPEAL. See Statutes.
REPORTERS:
Military tribunals, commissions, boards,

etc., 2195, A. W. 115.
QATUS-

Courts-martial, A. W. 19.

Courts of inquiry, A. W. 101.
REPORTS:

Claims. See Clains.
Executive departments. See Erecutivo

departments.
Inspections. See Inspector General's Do-

partment.
Ordnance. See Ordnance stores.
Proceeds of sales. See Proceeds of sales.
Property returns. See Public property.

Public money. See Accounts; Contracts.
REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. See

Congress of the United States.
REPRIEVES:

President may grant, 8.
REPRIMAND:

Minor offenses punishable by, A. W. 104.
REPROACHFTL SPEECHES OR

GES-
TURES :
Military offenses, A. W. 90.

REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT :

Guaranteed to States, 2813,
REQUISITIONS:
Disbursements directed. See Public

money.
Money. See Public money.
Property. See Buildings; Land; Neces-

saries; Property; Property of
States; also specific titles of

articles.
RESEARCH. See Scientific research.
RESERVATIONS:

See also Land.
Abandoned and useless military. 1084.
Antiquities upon. See Antiquities; Na-

tional monuments.
Aviation facilities. See Aviation facili-

ties.
CARE AND IMPROVEMENT OF GROUNDS
Approval required for expenditures

over $5,000, 1151,
District of Columbia, 1132, 1133, 1135,

1139.
Estimates submitted prior to expendi-

tures, 1151.
Military posts and stations, 1086.
Defined, 1586.
EASEMENTS
Authority to grant permits, 1076, 1078,

1079.
In Alaska, 1077.

Water power development works, 1574.
Established by authority of Congress,

1099.
Firing ranges. See Firing ranges.
Historic sites. See National monuments.
Inclosures broken, opened or destroyed,

1063.
Leases of coal or mineral lands, 1081,

1082.
Legislative authority over, 1074.
LICENSES AFFECTING-

Authority to issue, 719.

Water power developments, 1574.
Parks. See National parks.
Proving grounds. See Proving grounds.
Regulation in District of Columbia, 1135,

1136, 1143.
Removal of sand and gravel by private

parties, 1083.
Trees. See Trees.
TRESPASS UPON-
Entering contrary to law or regula-

tions, 1061.
Grazing, 1064.
RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING

CORPS:
Appropriations. See Appropriations.
AUTHORIZATION-

At civil educational institutions, 2624.
Military instruction prerequisite for

graduation, 2624.
Minimum student body, 2624,

RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING

CORPS-Continued.
CAMPS-

Authorized, 2631.

Pay while attending, 2629.
Commutation of uniforms, 867.
INSTRUCTORS DETAILED FROM REGULAR

ARMY-
Enlisted men, 2194, 2367.

Officers, 2367, 2624.
ORGANIZATION-
First Corps Cadets, National Guard of

Massachusetts, a unit, 2625.
Junior division, 2624.
Senior division, 2624.

Units, 2624.
Pay. See Pay of Army.
QUALIFICATIONS OF MEMBERS —

Age limits, 2626.
Medical, dental and veterinary stu-

dents, 2626.
Physical fitness, 2626.
Rations. See Rations.
Regulations, 2624.
STORES-

Clothing. See Clothing.
Issue to institutions maintaining

units, 867, 902.
Ordnance stores for educational insti.

tutions maintaining units, 867.
Quartermaster supplying equipment

and so forth, 902, 2627, 2632.
SUBSISTENCE-

Commutation to seniors, 2629.
Provision while attending camps,

2632.
TRAINING—

Camp training, 2630, 2631.
Courses prescribed, 2630.
Credit for training in different institu-

tions, 2628.
Minimum, 2630.
Troops of Regular Army employed for,

2631.
Transportation, 902.
Travel, 2632.

Uniforms. See Uniforms.
RESERVISTS.

See Army Nurse Corps;
Enlisted Reserve
Guard Reserve;
Corps; Regular Army Reserve; Re-

serve Officers' Training Corps.
RESERVOIRS.

works.
RESIDENCE:

Civilian employees, 19.

On homesteads. See Homesteads.
RESTORATION TO DUTY. See Accused;

Prisoners.
RESTRICTION TO LIMITS:

See also Confinement.
During arrests, A. W. 69.
Minor offenses punished by, A. W. 104.

Corps; National
Oficers Reserre

See Irrigation; Water

RETIRED ENLISTED MEN:

Active duty, 2208.
Clothing. See Clothing.
Commissioned officers selected from, 2265.
DETAILS
Instructors at educational institutions,

2366, 2367.
Instructors in military science, 2426.

Recruiting service, 2430.
Field duty not assigned for recruiting

details, 2430.
Pay and allowances. See Pay of enlist.

ed men.
Pensions not allowed, 1843.
Rank increased on recruiting service,

2430.
Rank of retirement, 1704.
Rations. See Rations.
Regular Army includes, 2118.

Travel, See Travel.
RETIRED OFFICERS:
ACTIVE DUTY-

Class B officers, 2432.
Disability remedied, 2441.
During World War, 2265.
In time of war, 2431.
Post commander, 2435.
Road commissioners of Alaska, 2444.

Status, 2439.
Army Register to include, 2421.
ASSIGNMENT-
Field duty precluded for recruiting

officers, 2430.
Soldiers' Home, 2429.
CIVIL OFFICE HELD

Consular or diplomatic office, 2375.
In Territories, 2373.
Work on improvement of rivers and

harbors, 2443.
Command precluded, 2420.
Commissioned in Regular Army, 2865.
DETAILS
Adjutant General of the District of

Columbia militia, 2433.
Engineer officers, 2438.
Enlisted Reserve Corps officered, 2475.
Military attachés, 2431.
Military tribunals, 2431.
National Guard duty, 2361, 2431, 2434.
Officers retired before separation of

Field and Coast Artillery, 2436.
President of a college, 2427.
Professors at schools and colleges,

2366, 2367, 2426–2428.
Quartermasters, 2437.

Recruiting service, 2426, 2430, 2431.
National Guard commissions, 2528,
Pensions not allowed, 1843.
PROMOTION-

Active duty after retirement, 2299.
As provided by law, 2299.
At time of retirement, 2298.
Brigadier generals, 2419.
Philippine Scouts, 1650.

RETIRED OFFICERS-Continued.
PROMOTION—Continued.

Precluded, 2420.
Service with Isthmian Canal Commis-

sion rewarded, 2290.
Special act benefitting certain distin.

guished officers, 2419.
RANK OF RETIREMENT

Chief of corps or department, 2424.
Disabled in action, 2423.
Holding temporary appointment when

retired, 2422.
Major generals, veterans of Civil War,

2298.
On retirement, 559, 562, 2422-2425.
RANK WHILE DETAILED

On active duty, 2265.

Recruiting service, 2430.
Regular Army includes, 2118.
Retirement. See Commissioned officers.
Subject to rules and articles of war, 2421.
TRANSFER TO ACTIVE LIST

Competent for active duty, 2440, 2441.
Formerly served on Panama Canal,

2441.
Uniform, 2421.
RETIREMENT. See Civilian employees;

Commissioned officers; Enlisted men.
RETIRING BOARDS:
COMPOSITION-

Medical officers, 559, 2397.

Number, 2397.
Findings, 2400, 2401.
Oath of members, 2398.

Powers and duties, 2399.
RETURNS. See Accounts; Ordnance

stores; Public property.
RETURNS OFFICE:

Contracts filed, 770.
REVENUE CUTTER SERVICE.

Coast Guard.
REVENUE CUTTERS

See Ships

and
shipping.
REVIEWING AUTHORITY. See Courts.

martial.
REVISED STATUTES. See Statutes.
REVOLUTIONARY

WAR. See Associa-
tions; Badgc8; Pensions.
REWARDS:
Apprehension of offenders.

See Arrest;
Desertion; Prisoners.
Bonus for suggestion for improvement.

See Pay of civilians,
By foreign governments.

governments.
RIBBONS. See Distinguished serrice

cr088; Distinguished service medal;

Medal of honor.
RIFLE CLUBS :

Enlisted men detailed to instruct, 2193,
Stores. See Ordnance stores.
Target practice. See Target practice.

See

See Foreign

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