Page images
PDF
EPUB

RIFLE RANGES:

See also Land.
ESTIMATES,

Adequate facilities to be planned, 1115.

Annually submitted, 1115.
Maintenance, 1117, 2636.

Use. See Target practice.
RIFLEMEN. See Enlisted men; Pay of

Army.
RIFLES. See Ordnance stores.
RIGGING. See Ships and shipping.
RIGHT OF WAY. See Electric power ;

Land; Railroads; River and harbor
works; Roads; Ships and shipping;

Traffic regulations.
RIGHTS. See Civil rights.
RIOTING :
Contempt of military tribunals, A. W.

32.
Military offense, A. W. 89.
Suppression by military force, 2819,

2820.
RIVER AND HARBOR WORKS:
Advantage to commerce to be stated to

Congress, 1527.
Appropriations. See Appropriations.
Bridges. See Bridges.
CIVILIANS EMPLOYED-
Assistant engineers in charge of dis-

tricts, 15181.
By Board of Engineers for Rivers and

Harbors, 1514.
Civil engineers on western and north-

western rivers, 1518.
In office of Chief of Engineers, 605.
Contracts. See Contracts.
COST-

Apropriation exceeded, 1525.
Estimate exceeded, 1533.
Exceeding cost of doing the work by

Government plant, 1534.
Increased on account of war, condi.

tions, 1535.
DISCONTINUANCE-

Deteriorated works, 1516.

Water terminals lacking, 1520.
Dredging. See Dredging.
Eight-hour day, 782-787.
Entering upon a project subsequent to

appropriations of funds, 1522.
ESTIMATES-

Annual, 212
Civilian employees reported, 605.
Expense of doing work in Government

plant, 1534,
EXAMINATIONS OF LOCALITIES-

Authorization by Congress, 1527.
Board of Engineers for Rivers and

Harbors to make, 1514.
Payment of expenses, 1526.
Report to indicate local and general

benefits, 1527.
Review of reports, 1514, 1515.

RIVER AND HARBOR WORKS—Contd.
EXAMINATIONS OF LOCALITIES–Contd.

Stream-flow measurements, 1528.
Tributary streams, 1529.

Watersheds investigations, 1528.
Funds-

Allotment to specific items, 1523,
Available continuously, 227, 231.
Contributions by private parties added

to, 1521.
Diversion between projects, 1524.
Expenses of Board of Engineers for

Rivers and Harbors paid from,

1514.
Expenses of Engineer Department

chargeable to, 1526.
Pay of officers chargeable to, 15251.
Prosecution of offenses chargeable to,

1548.
IMPROVEMENTS TO NAVIGATION-

Nitrate projects, etc., 1198.
Statements submitted to Congress,

1527.
Information as to offenses, 1590, 1591.
Injuring willfully. 1587–1589.
Land. See Land.
LOCAL COOPERATION

Exceeding actual requirements, 1521.
Recommendations of Secretary of War,

1527.
Materials. See Materials.
Printing and binding, 1517.
Private use, 1588, 1589.
RECOMMENDATION OF PROJECTS-
By Board of Engineers for Rivers and

Harbors, 1514.
Review of, 1514.
REMOVAL OF OBSTRUCTIONS FROM
Navigable wa ters, See Narigable

waters.
Tributary streams, 1529.
REPAIR-

Appropriations avallanle, 1524.

Estimated annually, 1516.
REPORTS-
Board of Engineers for Rivers and

Harbors, 1514.
Chief of Engineers, 1516.

Preliminary examinations, 1327–1529.
Retired officers employed, 2443.
Rights of way, 1536, 1537.
SALE OF PUDLIC PROPERTY-
See also Land; Materials; Proceeds of

sales; Stores.
Charges and

transfers of public property, 1538,
System of harbors and canals for defense

of coasts, 1519.
TRANSFER OF PUBLIC PROPERTY —

Between projects, 1538.

Charges and credits, 1538.
Water terminals required from local au-

thorities, 1519.

credits for sales and

[ocr errors]

service

RIVERS:

See also Navigable waters.
Currents deflected so as to damage pri-

vate property, 1567.
DEPOSITS-

In streams. See Refuse matter.

On banks. See Materials.
Improvement by private parties, 1860,

15603.
OBSTRUCTIONS IN-

Floating. See Lumber.
Removal. See Navigable waters.

Tributaries cleared of snags, etc., 1829.
Protection. See Navigable waters.
Transportation on. See ships and ship-

ping; Transportation.
USE OF

Common to owners of banks, 1552.
Public highways, 1552.

Regulation, 1553.
ROADS :
CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR-

Alaska, 1087, 1148, 2351, 2444.
Approaches to national cemeteries,

1096.
By Corps of Engineers, 1087.
By Quartermaster Corps, 1086.
Causeways in navigable waters, 1561.
Employment of discharged soldiers,

sailors, and marines, 23.
Fort Sherman, 1156.
Hospital grounds, 1165,
National Guard camps, 1086.
Park system, District of Columbia,

1137, 1139.
Coordination of railroads with, 1206.
Department of Agriculture aided, 1004.
Jurisdiction in District of Columbia over,

1136, 1138, 1139.
Land donated to United States for, 1024.
Material, equipment, and supplies trans-

ferred, 1004.
Railroads. See Railroads.
Regulations for District of Columbia,

1135, 1136, 1140.
Requisition of logging roads, 1124.
RIGHTS OF WAY—
Across military reservations, 1076,

1077.
In Alaska, 1077.

Over unreserved public lands, 1034.
States aided, 1004.
Widening roadways in District of Co-

lumbia, 1137.
ROBBERY:

See also Larceny.
Jurisdiction of conrt-martial, A. W. 93.

Public property, 813.
ROCK CREEK PARK, D. C. See Park

8y18tem, D. C.
ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL:

Recuperator shop, 1174.
ROCKETS:

Ship in distress, 1409,

ROOMS. See Building8.
ROPEWALKS. See Buildings; Plants;

Public property.
ROSETTES. See Distinguished

c1088; Distinguished service medal;

Medal of honor,
ROW BOATS. See ships and shipping.
RUINS. See Antiquities; National monu-

ments.
RUNNING AWAY. See Couardice.
SADDLERS. See Enlisted men; Pay of

Army.
SAFEGUARD:

Forcing a safeguard, A. W. 77.
SAILING VESSELS. See ships and ship-

ping.
SAILORS. See Navy; Seamen.
SAINT ELIZABETHS HOSPITAL:
ADMISSION OF

Aliens, 2059.
Army, 2046, 2051, 2052.
Eligibles, 2046, 2050–2053, 2059.
Federal employees, 2046.

Prisoners, 2046, 2053, 2059.
Established, 2013.
FUNDS-

Annual appropriation, 2046.
Deposit, 2047.
Disbursement, 2047, 2048.
Pensions of patients, 2048.
Proceeds of sales of articles produced

by patients credited to, 2019.
Transfer to other public hospitals,

2055.
OFFICERS OF

Appointment, 2045,
Bonds, 2045.
Disbursing agent, 2045, 2047.

Superintendent, 2015.
Patients. See Insane persons.

Site, 2044.
SAINT LAWRENCE RIVER :
Jurisdiction over offenses committed on.

See District courts.
Lights on vessels Davigating only on,

1455.
Navigation on. See Ships and shipping.
SALARIES. See Pay; also specific titles

of officials,
SALES. See Buildings; Commerce; Con-

tracts; Land; Proceeds of sales; Pub-
lio

property, Stores; also specific
names of articles.
SALOONS. See Intoxicants.
SALT:

See also Rations; Stores,
For animals, 961.
SALTPETER. See Materials; Nitrates.
SALVAGE. See Life saving; Property;

Ships and shipping; Stores.
SALVAGE BOARD:

Civilians employed, 632.
SANATORIA. See Hospitals.

[ocr errors][ocr errors]

SAND:

Removal from reserved land, 1083.
SANITATION, See Diseases,
SATURDAYS:

Holidays, 84.
SAVING LIFE. See Life saving.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS:

Compulsory, 1624.
Forfeiture, 1621.
Fund, 1621, 1625.
General provision for, 1621, 1624.
Interest on, 1622, 1624, 1625.

Regulation, 1623.
SAWMILLS. See Plants.
SCHOOL OF FIRE FOR FIELD ARTIL-

LERY :
See also Field Artillery schools.
Second lieutenants detailed as students,

2354.
SCIIOOL OF THE LINE:

Appropriation, 2143.
SCHOOLS. See Educational institutions ;

Service schools; also specific names of

schools.
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH:
Transfer of funds to Bureau of Stand-

ards, 225.
SCOUTS. See Indian Scouts; Philippine

Scouts.
SCOWS. See Refuse; Ships and shipping.
SCRAP. See Materials.
SCREW THREADS :
Commission for the Standardization of

Screw Threads, 1009, 1010.
STANDARDIZATION-
Adoption in manufacturing plants,

1010.
By Bureau of Standards and depart-

ments, 1011.
By commission and heads of depart-

ments, 1010.
Promulgation, 1010.
SEA:
Coastal waters. See Defensive sea areas;

Navigable waters.
High seas, 1509, 1837.
Jurisdiction. See District courts; also

specific names of offenses.
Ships. See Ships and shipping.

Travel by. See Travel.
SEACOAST. See Coast; Fortifications;

Harbor defense systems.
SEAL OF TIIE UNITED STATES:

Altering, 2783.
Counterfeiting, 2783.
Fraudulent use, 2782.
GREAT SEAL

Adoption, 2780.
A flixed to civil commissions, 2781.

Custody, 2781.
SEAL OF WAR DEPARTMENT :

Commissions issued under, 2259.
Counterfeiting, etc., 2783.
Fraudulently using, 2783.

SEAMEN:

Able seamen, 1319.
ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE-

Delay in joining departing ship, 1362.
Forfeiture of pay, 1362.

Quitting vessel prematurely, 1362.
Assault upon master or mate, 1364.
Corporal punishment, 1371.
Damaging vessel, stores, or cargo, 1365,

1367.
Death from injury at sea, 1837.
Deceased. See Deceased persons.
Debts not recoverable until end of vog.

age, 1349.
DESERTION

See also Desertion.
Abandoning service because shipment

unlawful not, 1324.
Arrest in foreign countries, 1360.

Forfeiture of pay and effects, 1359.
DESTITUTE-

Defined, 1340.
In foreign countries, 1356.
Return to United States, 1356, 1357.
Unclaimed estates of deceased seamen

applied to relief of, 1355.
DISABLED
See also Compensation to injured em-

ployees; Medical care; Surgi-

cal appliances.
Relief fund consisting of unclaimed

estates of deceased seamen, 1355.
DISCHARGE-

Certificate requisite, 1333.
In presence of shipping commissioner,

1332, 1333.
In United States, 1332.
Labor excessive, 1358.
Premature, 1336.
Refusal of demand for wages in port

operates as, 1344.
Shiy sold in foreign country, 1337,

Without fault of, 1336.
Drunkenness, 1307.
Duties, 1358.
Embezzling stores or cargo, 1365.
Foreign

seamen may bring action in
courts of United States, 1344.
Holidays, 1358.
Hours of labor, 1358.
Injury incurred at sea resulting in death,

1837.
Law of nations violated, 2935.
Liability. See specific names of offenses.
MASTERS OF SHIPS-
Army Mine Planter Service. See

Army Mine Planter Service; Pay

of warrant officers.
Arrests by, 1370.

Removal by owners, 1372.
Medical care.

See Medical care.
Muster may be required by collector of

customs, 1319.

[ocr errors][ocr errors]

1

SEAMEN- Continued.
NEGLIGENCE-

Duty at sea neglected, 1363, 1367.
International rules disregarded, 1407.
Local rules disregarded, 1444.
Ordinary practice of seamen not ob-

served, 1407, 1441, 1476, 1505.
Rules for Great Lakes and tributaries

disregarded, 1476.
Rules for Red River of the North dis-

regarded, 1505.
Rules for rivers emptying into Gulf

of Mexico disregarded, 1505.
Rules for rivers, harbors, and inland

waters disregarded, 1441, 1444.
Rules of the road at sea disregarded,

1407.
IENCE
Disobedience at sea, 1363.
Drills required, 1358.
Extra work if necessary, 1358.

Saving life, 1358.
OFFENSES-

See also specific names of offenses.
Charges read and replied to, 1368.

Entered in log book, 1368.
PAY-

See also Pay of civilians.
Accounting for, 1345–1352, 1370.
Allotment for wife and children, 1348.
Assignment, 1348.
Attachment or arrestment, 1348.
Coasting voyages made, 1346.
Commencement, 1334, 1335.
Deceased during voyage, 1351.
Deductions, 1845, 1369.
Discharged for fault of master of ves-

sel, 1358.
Earnings of ship less than wages due,

1339.
Extra wages

for delayed payment,
1346.
Extra wages in case of improper dis-

charge, 1336.
Forfeiture determined by court pro-

ceedings, 1369.
Forfeiture during imprisonment, 1341.
Forfeiture for absence without leave,

1362.
Forfeiture for damaging vessel, stores

or cargo, 1365.
Forfeiture for delay in joining ship,

1335.
Forfeiture for desertion, 1335, 1359,

1370.
Forfeiture for disobedience at

sea,
1363.
Forfeiture for embezzlement, 1365.
Forfeiture for lack of exertion in

salvaging cargo and stores, 1339.
Forfeiture for misconduct contribu-

tory to wreck, 1339.
Forfeiture for neglect of duty, 1363.
Forfeiture for refusal to work, 1341.

SEAMEN- Continued.
PAY—Continued.
Forfeiture of remedy for recovery

agreed upon, 1338.
I'orfeitures applied to relief fund, 1355,

1370.
Forfeitures to revert to masters or

owners of vessels, 1370.
Full payment at end of voyage, 1344,

1346.
Full payment directed by consul, 1343.
Full payment within limited time after

discharge, 1346.
In foreign port, 1337, 1340, 1343,

1344.
Liability of shipowner, 1309.
Lien on ship, 1338, 1339.
Part payment at time of discharge,

1346.
Part payment in ports, 1344.
Payable in gold in foreign port, 1343.
Payment in presence of shipping com-

missioner, 1332.
Procedure before consular officer, 1337.
Procedure before shipping commis-

sioner, 1345, 1347.
Record kept in log book, 1345.
Recovery for unlawful shipment, 1324,

1331.
Recovery when entitled to share in

profits, 1346.
Release of claim, 1338, 1347.
Ship gold in foreign country, 1337.
Shipwrecked, 1340.
Subsistence in foreign port, 1337, 1340.
Termination at wreck or loss of ship,

1340.
Time limit for payment, 1346.
Travel provided for if ship be sold in

foreign country, 1337.
Travel provided for if ship be wrecked,

1340.
Withheld by master of vessel, 1370.
PERSONAL EFFECTS--

Forfeiture for descrtion, 1359, 1370.
Responsibility for, 1350-1355, 1370,

Unclaimed, 1355.
Placing in irons at sea, 1363.
Profits of voyage shared with, 1346.
Qualifications, 1319.
RELIEF FUND

Forfeitures of deserters, 1370.
Unclaimed estates of deceased seamen,

1355.
Removal from ship in time of war, 2933.
Salvage by. See Life saving; Ships and

shipping.
Service of foreign government, 2914,

2915.
SIUPMENT-
Destitute sea men returning to United

States, 1356.
For the Philippine Islands, 1325.
For voyage to foreign port, 1320, 1322,

1325.

[blocks in formation]
[ocr errors][ocr errors]

SEAMEN-Continued.
SHIPMENT—Continued.

In foreign port, 1321-1323.
In port of United States, 1320.
Law not complied with, 1324.
Period of engagement, 1320, 1322.
Procedure before shipping commis-

sioner, 1327.
Replacement of casualties, 1323.
Replacement of deserters, 1323.
Reshipment, 1320, 1322.
Return to port of original shipment if

ship be sold, 1337.
Void if contrary to law, 1324.
SHIPPING ARTICLES-

Contents and form, 1326.
Indorsement as to paying crew in for-

eign port, 1337.
Posting, 1328.
Requisite, 1326.
Shipment without signing, 1329-1331.

Signing, 1327.
Smuggling by, 1366.
TRAVEL PROVIDED FOR
Destitute and returning to United

States, 1357.
Ship sold in foreign country, 1337.
Watches, 1358.

Working passage, 1356.
SEARCH WARRANTS :
APPLICATION FOR-

Affidavits of probable cause, 408, 409.
Examination of applicant, 409.
Malicious, 424.
Perjury and subornation of perjury,

423.
Contents, 410.
Filing warrant and evidence, 421.
Hearings, 419, 423.
Inventory of property seized, 417, 418.
Issi'e

Authority to issue, 406, 410.
Grounds, 407.
Grounds established by testimony, 419.

Probable cause, 408, 409, 410.
Property seized or restored, 420.
Receipt for property seized, 416.
Return of warrant, 417.
SERVICE-

Authority to serve or aid, 411.
Breaking and entering, 412, 413.
Copy of warrant given, 416.
Exceeding authority, 425.
In daytime or night, 414.
Obstructing service, 422.

Time limit, 415.
Statutes not impaired by espionage act,

426.
SEATON PARK, D. C.

See Park system,
D. C.
SEAWALL. See Breakwater.
SECOND LIEUTENANTS.

See Commis-
sioned officers; Pay of Army.
SECRECY.

See Information.

SECRETARIES:
MILITARY SECRETARIES-
General Staff Corps not entitled to,

2332.
Lieutenant General to select, 2330.
Retired officials not entitled to, 32.
SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY:

See also Treasury Department,
Estimates transmitted to Congress, 197,

204, 205.
Public money drawn by warrant of, 300.
Procurement of supplies for use in Washi-

ington, 734, 735.
Reports of claims allowed, 330.

Warrants. See Public moncy.
SECRETARY OF WAR:
See also Executive departments; Heads

of departments.
Acting Secretary of War, 485.
Assistants. ee Assistant Secretary of

War; Chief clerks; General Staff

Corp8.
Contracts. See Contracts.
Custodian of War Department property,

490.
Duties, 489.
Manager of National Home for Disabled

Volunteer Soldiers, 1972.
MEMBER OF

Council of National Defense, 1205.
Federal Power Commission, 1583.
Interdepartmental Social Hygiene

Board, 2061.
Office established, 484.
Property regulations, 809.
Public money expended. See Public money.
REPORTS TO CONGRESS
Abstract of reports of adjutants-gen-

eral of States included, 2533.
Financial, 230.
Signature of chief clerk binding during

absence of, 498.
SECURITIES. See Bonds; Public money.
SECURITIES OF THE UNITED STATES:
DEPOSIT AS SECURITY FOR-

Life insurance premiums, 2106.

Public funds, 293, 294, 295.
Regulation of transactions, 2894.
SALE-

At premium, 276.
For cash in time of war, 2894,

Obstructing, 2862.
SECURITY See Bonds.
SEDITION:
DEATH PENALTY-

Causing or joining in, A. W. 67.

Failure to suppress, A. W. 68.
Harboring or concealing offenders, 2859.
In military command, A. W. 66.
Information witbheld by officer or soldier,

A. W. 67.
Seditious conspiracy, 2849, 2858.
Seditious utterances, 2862.
Suppression a military duty, A. W. 67.

« PreviousContinue »