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COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Continued.
Personnel of executive departments not

available, 223.
Screw threads. See National Screu

Thread Commission.
COMMITMENT. See Confinement,
COMMITTEE ON MILITARY AFFAIRS :
Representation on Board of Visitors to

the Military Academy, 2724,
COMMITTEES:
Aeronautics. See National Adrisory

Committee for Aeronautics.
Destroying papers. See Joint committee

on useless papers.
General Supply Committee. See General

Supply Committee.
Printing. See Joint Committee

Printing.
COMMODORES. See Navy.
COMMON CARRIERS. See

Commerce;
Railroads; Ships and shipping; Trans-
portation; Transportation 8 ystems;

Vehicles.
COMMUNICATION. See Information ;

Mail matters; Postage; Telegraph ;

Telephone.
COMMUTATION:

Clothing. See Clothing.
Forage. See Forage.
Heat and light See Heat and light.
Quarters. See Quarters.
Rations. See Rations; Subxistence al-

lowanee.
Sentences. See Confinement; Courts-

martial.
COMPANIES :

Corporations. See Corporations.
Successors or assigns implied, 2990.

Troops or batteries imported by, A. W. 1.
COMPANY FUNDS:

Embezzlement, A. W. 94.
COMPENSATION FOR DEATH IN MILI-

TARY SERVICE:
See also Pensions.
Assignment by beneficiary, 1900.
Authorization, 1858, 1887.
BENEFICIARIES-

Children, 1889, 1893–1895.
Parents, 1896–1898.
Services involved, 1858–1861.

Widows, 1889, 1891, 1892, 1897.
CLAIM INYOLTING THIRD PARTY-
Assignment to United States, 1908,

1909.
Prosecution by beneficiary, 1908.
CLAIMS

Death after April 6, 1917, 1858, 1887.
Death after discharge, 1881, 1901.
Death before discharge, 1881.
Death sentence inflicted, 1885.
Death subsequent to induction and

prior to enrollment, 1882.
Dismissal from service removes, 1885.

COMPENSATION FOR DEATH IN MILI-

TARY SERVICE-Continued.
CLAIMS—Continued.
Fees of attorneys agents, 1903,

1905.
Oficial record of death prerequisite,

1886.
Perjury, 1906.
Presentation of claim, 1904.
Time limit for filing, 1901.

Willful misconduct, 1858, 1881.
Creditors may not claim, 1900.
Definitions, 1862-1867.
PAYMENT-
Apportionment between widow and

children, 1890.
Back payments, 1902.
Deduction of amount recovered from

third party, 1910.
Discontinued for illicit cohabitation of

widow, 1892.
Family allowance not concurrent,

1886,
Fraud, 1907.
Insane persons benefiting, 1895.
Pensions not concurrent with, 1879,

1888.
Set-off of claim by United States, 1900.
RATEG-
Changed by death of one beneficiary,

1899.
Children, 1889, 1890.
Parents, 1896.

Widows, 1889, 1890.
Revfew of awards, 1875.

Taxes not imposed upon, 1900.
COMPENSATION FOR DEATH OF EM-

PLOYEES:
AMOUNT-

Apportionment by commission, 155.
Increase upon death ot one bene.

ficiary, 154.
Minimum for aliens, 160,
Reduced wbere third party liable, 157,

158.
Shared among dependents, 151,

Total per month, 145,
Authorized, 112, 144.
BROTHERS-

Amount, 101.
Definition, 153.

Duration, 152.
BURIAL EXPENSES

Amount, 143.
Funds of Alaskan Engineering Com-

mission and Papama Canal avall.

able, 160.
CHILDREX-

Adoption prior to injury, 153.
Definition, 153.
Grandchildren, 151, 152.
Minors, 148, 149, 152.
Not self-supporting, 148, 149.
One parent living, 148.
Orphans, 149, 152.

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('OMPENSATION FOR DEATH OF EM-

PLOYEES-Continued.
CLAIM

Form, 119.
Presented by delivery or mail, 118.
Third party involved, 157, 158.

Written claim requisite, 118.
Commission. See United States Em-

ployees' Compensation Commission.
Definitions of terms, 161.
Dependents entitled to, 144.
ELIGIBILITY--
Claim against third party to be as-

signed to United States, 157.
Death in performance of duty, 112.
Death within six years after injury,

144.
Employee defined, 161.
FUND-

Annual report, 167.
Appropriation, 159.

Estimates for, 159, 168.
GIANDPARENTS-

Amount, 151.

Duration, 152.
L'ARENTS-

Amount, 150.
Definition, 153,

Duration, 152.
PAYMENT

Division among dependents, 151.
Monthly, 144.

To guardian, 148, 149, 152.
Recovery by United States, 157, 158.
Regulation by commission, 166.
Repeal of inconsistent acts, 112.
Roports to commission, 117.
SISTERS

Amount, 151.
Definition, 153.
Duration, 152.

Surviving beneficiaries, 154.
Widow-

Cessation on remarriage, 146, 156.
Definition, 153.
With children, 148.

Without children, 146.
WIDOWER—

C'essation on remarriage, 147, 156.
Definition, 153.
With children, 148.

Without children, 147.
COMPENSATION FOR DISABILITY:
See also Pensions; Surgical appli-

ances; Vocational rehabilitation.
Assignment by beneficiary, 1900.
Authorized, 1858.
AWARDS-
Barred by dishonorable or bad con-

duct discharge, 1880.
Barred by dismissal from the service,

1880.
Review, 1875.

COMPENSATION FOR DISABILITY-Con.
BENEFICIARIES-

Active military service, 1858.
Army Nurse Corps, 1858, 1859.
Children provided for, 1870, 1854,

1893-1895.
Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1860.
Commissioned officers, 1862.
Conditional beneficiary, 1910.
Enlisted men, 1863, 1864.
Military control prior to discharge,

1874.
Military forces, 1867.
Navy Nurse Corps (female), 1858,

1859.
Officers' Reserve Corps, 2470.
Parents provided for, 1870, 1898.
Public Health Service, 1861.
Vocational students, 2039.
Warrant officers, 1862.
Wife provided for, 1870, 1884, 1892.
Women in military service, 1858, 1859,

1863.
CLAIM INVOLVING THIRD PARTY-
Assignment to United States, 157,

1908, 1909.
Prosecution by beneficiary, 157, 1908.
CLAIMS-
Fees of attorneys or agents, 1903,

1905.
Perjury, 1906.
Presentation of claim, 1904.
Time of filing, 1901.

Creditors may not claim, 1900.
ELIGIBILITI-

Injury in line of duty, 1858.
Time limit for

occurrence of dig
ability, 1858, 1881.
Willful misconduct, 1858, 1880.
Definitions, 1862-1867.

Disease an injury, 1865.
EARNING CAPACITY IMPAIRED-

Compensation increased, 1868, 1869.
Schedule of ratings, 1873.

Health at time of enrollment, 1858.
MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS

Refusal to submit to, 1877.
Requirements, 1876.
Traveling expenses and loss of wages

paid, 1876.
MEDICAL TREATMENT-

Furnished, 1877.

Refusal to submit to, 1877.
PAYMENT
Apportionment between disabled per-

son and family, 1884.
Back payments, 1902.
Balance due at death to be paid to

estate, 1883.
Deduction of amount obtained from

Federal Board

Education, 2039.
Deduction of amount recovered from

third party, 1910.

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COMPENSATION FOR DISABILITY—Con.
PAYMENT-Continued.

For period prior to claim, 1902.
Fraud, 1907.
Insane persons benefiting, 1895.
Not concurrent with service or retire-

ment pay, 1878.
Set-off of claim by United States, 1900.
Surrender of other gratuities prerequi.

site, 1879.
Witbheld for refusal of medical ex-

amination, 1877.
Pensions superseded, 1879.
RATES-

Attendant required, 1872.
Changed upon review of award, 1875.
Partial and permanent disability, 1869.
Partial and temporary disability, 1868.
Provision for dependents, 1870.
Reduction of earning capacity to affect,

1868, 1869.
Total and permanent, 1871.

Total and temporary, 1870.
Review of awards, 1875.

Taxes not imposed upon, 1900.
COMPENSATION FOR SERVICES. See

Pay of Army; Pay of civilians.
COMPENSATION TO INJURED EM-

I'LOYEES:
ADMINISTRATION-
Chairman of Alaskan Engineering

Commission, 160.
Governor of Panama Canal, 160.
United States Employees' Compensa-

tion Commission, 164–166.
Authorized, 112.
AWARD-

By commission, 124.

Review by commission, 125.
BEGINNING-

Fourth day after disability, 113.
Fourth day after expiration of sick

leave, 114.
CANCELLATION-

Mistake of law or fact, 126.
Refusal to work, 132.

Review of award, 125.
CLAIMS-
Against Panama Railroad Company,

141.
Assignment, 139.
Form, 119.
Formal entry requisite, 118.
Perjury, 127.
Presented by delivery or mail, 118.
Time limit for entering, 120.
Waived for employees of Panama Canal

and Panama Railroad, 160.
Commission. See United States Em.

ployees' Compensation Commission.
Creditors may not claim, 140.
Definitions of terms, 161.
Discount at four per centum, 138.

COMPENSATION TO INJURED EM-

PLOYEES—Continued.
ELIGIBILITY-

Injury in performance of duty, 112.
Intoxicated persons, 112.

Retired civilian employees, 112.
Employees defined, 161.
Finding of facts, 124.
FUND-
Alaskan Engineering Commission funds

available, 160.
Annual report, 167.
Appropriation, 159.
Estimates for, 159, 168.

Panama Railroad funds available, 160.
MEDICAL EXAMINATION-

By more than one physician, 121, 122.
Certificate accompanying claim, 119.
Payment for, 160.
Refusing to submit to, 121.

Required by commission, 121.
MEDICAL TREATMENT-
Funds of Alaskan Engineering Com-

mission and Panama Canal avail-

able, 160.
Furnished by United States, 142.
NOTICE OF INJURI-

Requirements, 115.

Time limit waiyed, 116.
PAYMENT-

Additional remuneration precluded, 137.
After award, 124.
Lump sum, 138.
Monthly, 128, 130.

Pension concurrent with, 137.
PAYMENT SUSPENDED
Affidavit of wage-earning capacity not

made, 130.
Refusal to undergo medical examina.

tion, 121.
RATES-

Change of amount, 125.
Minors or learners, 133.
Partial disability, 130, 131,
Reduced as age increases, 134.
Total disability, 128, 129.

Totally disabled aliens, 160.
Recovery by commission, 126.
Regulations by commission, 166.
Repeal of inconsistent acts, 112.
Reports to commission, 117.
WAGE-EARNING CAPACITY-

Affidavit, 130.
Amount of compensation affected, 130.
Computation, 135.

Housing, board, etc., estimated, 136,
COMPETITION :
Between enlisted men and local civilians,

2197, 2705.
COMPLAINTS.

Habeas corpus; Investigations.
COMPOUNDING CRIMES.

names of offenses,

See Actions ; Charges;

See specific

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COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY:
Access to records. See Executive depart-

ments.
Accounts preserved, 324.
Accounts settled. See Accounts.
Assistant to serve abroad, 327.
DECISIONS-

Construction of statutes, 317.
Requested by heads of departments,

331.
Revision of accounts, 315, 323.
Forms prescribed. See Accounts,
Office away from seat of government,

319, 320.
Revision of accounts, 315.

Warrants countersigned, 300, 303.
COMPUTING MACHINES:

See also Machines; Stores.
Exchange, 906, 968.
CONCEALING OFFENDERS:

See also specific names of offenses.
Disloyal citizens or enemies, 2859.
CONCEALMENT OF FACTS. See Falso

statements; Fraud,
CONCERTS:

Army bands, 2197, 2705.

Taxation, 2112.
CONDEMNATION. See Land; Property;

Ships and shipping; Stores.
CONDEMNATION PROCEEDINGS :

Claims deducted from proceeds, 2833.
Costs assessed against municipal or

private corporations, 1537.
INSTITUTION-

Attorney General, 1022, 1537, 2831.
Chairman of United States Shipping

Board, 1124.
Secretary of the Navy, 1124.
Secretary of War, 1124.
United States Shipping Board Emer-

gency Fleet Corporation, 1124,
Jurisdiction of district courts, 435, 1022,

1124, 1195, 1580, 2830.
State laws observed, 1022, 1023, 1100,

1536.
United States represented by attorneys

in Department of Justice, 1032.
CONDUCT:
Discreditable to military service, A. W.

96.
Disorderly. See Disorder.
Eudangering safety of command, A. W.

75.
Misconduct. See Compensation ;

Dis-
eases; Disorder; Office; also specific

names of offenses.
Orderly conduct required in military

service, A. W. 89.
Prejudicial to good order and military

discipline, A. W. 96.
Unbecoming an officer and gentleman,

A. W. 95,

CONDUIT ROAD:

Traffic regulations, 1145.
CONDUITS. See Washington Aqueduct;

Water works.
CONFEDERATE VETERANS:
Association, See United Confederate

Veterans.
Headstones for graves, 1826, 1831.

Cemeteries maintained, 1831,
CONFINEMENT :

See also speciñe titles of offenses.
Arrest. See Arrest.
Commander of guard obliged to receive

prisoners, A. W. 71,
COMMITMENT OF PRISONERS-

Account of offense delivered, A. W. 71.

Report of prisoners received, A. W. 72
Disciplinary punishment, A. W. 104.
Dishonorable discharge and, A. W. 42.
Enlistment period extended by, 2171,

A, W. 107.
Exceeding ten years, A. W. 43.
Hard labor during, 531, 532, A. W. 37.
Life imprisonment, A. W. 43.
National Guard, 2564.
PENITENTIARY CONFINEMENT--

Cumulative sentences, A. W. 42.
Death sentence mitigated, A. W. 42.
Dismissal of officer consequent to

2446.
Maximum in time of peace, A. W. 45.

Restriction of, A. W. 42.
Prisoners. See Prisoners.
Provost marshal obliged to receive prison-

ers, A. W. 71.
Refusal to keep prisoner, A. W. 71.
Release of prisoners. See Habeas corpus;

Pardon; Prisoners.
REMISSION

See also Pardons.
Good conduct of prisoner, 534.
SENTENCE OF COURT-MARTIAL-
Completed after interruption by sel-

tence of civil court, A. W. 74.
Maximum for special court, A. W. 13.

Maximum for summary court, A. W. 14.
UNITED STATES

RACKS
Dishonorable discharge and, A. W. 42.
When penitentiary sentence not ad-

Judged, 532, A. W. 42.
CONFISCATION. See Property.
CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES:

Committees. See Committees.
Extraordinary session called by aetiol

President, 4.
MEMBERS-

Claims. See Claims.
Contracts.

See Contracts.
Corruption in office, 439, 758–760.
Payment for service in opposition to

United States, 759.
Petitions to, 52.

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CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES

Continued.
Reports to. See Brecutive departments;

also specific title of subjeet of re-
port, or of department, etc., making

report.
Senate. See Senate.
CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS:
MILITARY SERFICE

Exemption from draft, 2247.
Exemption from militia duty, 2505.

Noncombatant service, 2247.
Oath replaced by affirmation, 2990.

War risk insurance withdrawn, 1917.
CONSERVATION OF SUPPLIES. See

Necessaries.
CONSPIRACY :

Aboard ship, 2935.
Aiding or informing foreign nations,

2858.
Bribery, 440,
Deprivation of civil rights, 443.
Fraudulent claim, 437, A. W. 94.
Intimidation, 443.
Jurisdiction of district courts, 2884,
Neglect to prevent, 444.
Property damaged, 443.
Property in foreign country damaged,

2911.
Seditious conspiracy. See Sedition.

Suppression by military force, 2819, 2820.
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED

STATES:
Abusive criticism of, 2862.
In effect in-

Alaska, 2993.

Hawaii, 2991.
CONSTRUCTING ENGINEERS,

See
Buildings; Fortifications; Publio

works.
CONSULS:

Appointed by the President, 10.
Army officers serving in foreign places

have notarial powers of, A. W. 114.
Dual salary prohibited, 2374.
Military commission inconsistent with of-

fice of, 2374, 2375.
Seamen protected. See Seamen.
CONTAGION. See Clothing; Diseases;

Leave of absence; Quarantine.
CONTAINERS. See Necessaries; Stores.
CONTEMPT OF COURT:

Military tribunals. A. W. 32.

Witnesses. See Witnesses.
CONTESTS. See Target practice; Travel.
CONTINGENT FUNDS:
ACCOUNTS-

Rendition to Congress, 270, 818.

Returns of disbursing officers, 270.
APPORTIONMENT-

Between offices, 273.
Equalized throughout year, 226.

CONTINGENT FUNDS-Continued.
CONTINGENCIES OF THR ARMY-

Pay of civilians, 28, 63.
Per diem allowance for employees

traveling, 79.
CONTINGENT EXPENSES, WAR DEPART-

MENT-
Decorations of honor, 2752.
Postage on matters addressed to Pog.

tal Union countries, 3000.
COURT OF CLAIMS-

Cost of taking testimony, 463.
EXPENDITURE-

Ahead of other funds, 273.
Directed by head of a department, 272,
Pay of employees, 33, 271.

Periodicals, 973-975.
FOREIGN RELATIONS

Commissions and inquiries, 223.
SUPERINTENDENT, MILITARY ACADEMY—

Appropriation for, 2715.

Rental of hotel grounds added to, 2715.
CONTINUANCE OF TRIAL. See Courts

martial,
CONTRACT DENTAL SURGEONS :

Credit for service as, 576, 579.
First lieutenants, Dental Corps, selected

from, 573.
Pay. See Pay of Army.

Qualifications, 579.
CONTRACT SURGEONS:

Appointment, 569.
Authority, 570.
Authorized by law, 553.
Heat and light. See Icat and light.
Pay. See Pay of Army.
Reserve officers, 2458.

Travel. See Travel.
CONTRACTS:
See also Stores; also specific names of

articles.
Accounts See Accounts,
Actions. See Claims.
ADJUSTMENT OF CONTRACTS PLACED DUR.

ING WORLD WAR
Chrome, manganese, pyrites and tung-

sten, 794.
Pay of civilians, 28.
Foreign parties involved, 792.
River and harbor works, 1535.
Settlement by Secretary of War, 790-

793, 1533.
Advertising contracted for, 742, 743.
ADVERTISING FOR BIDS
Articles intended for sale to Army ex-

cepted, 754.
Authority in writing requisite, 740.
Buildings constructed and repaired,

1152, 1175.
Bunting excepted, 753,
By Secretary of Treasury, 734.
Domestic production favored, 743.
Exception in exigency, 750, 751.
Filing, 770.

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