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AMMUNITION_Continued.

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purchased abroad admitted free of duty

604
may be issued to emigrants to certain Territories

586
purchased without advertisement.

604
AMMUNITION WAGONS,
provided for each regiment.

559
ANDERSON, ARCHIBALD,
appointed brigade-major....

61
inspector

91
ANDERSON, JOHN,
mentioned

484, 484
ANDOVER IRON WORKS,
mentioned.

550
ANDREWS, TIMOTHY P.,
mentioned

443
ANNAPOLIS, MD.,
respecting removal of stores at

546
port and harbor of, to be fortified.

573
ANTISCORBUTICS,
for hospitals in Northern Department...

368
APPALACHICOLA, Fla.,
mentioned

501
APOTHECARIES (see PaY; HALF PAY; Rations; ForaGE; LAND),
authorized.

363, 365, 384, 392, 408, 409
duties of..

363, 387, 390, 391, 398, 399
appointment of

365, 389, 395
how appointed.

388
removal of medical stores by the

369
(see VACANCIES.).
APOTHECARIES' MATES (see Pay; Rations; CLOTHING),
authorized.....

370
APOTHECARY-GENERAL (see Pay; RATIONS; CLOTHING),
authorized

370, 404, 408
duties of..

370
deputy, authorized.

404
and his deputy, how appointed

404
letters to and from the, free of postage.

408
assistant, authorized.

409
and assistants to give bonds

410
mentioned ...

501
APPOINTMENTS (see the several staff corps and military departments),
Commander in Chief to make, under rank of brigadier-general

12
submit list of his ...

12
(see STAFF OFFICERS.)
further, in the staff prohibited.

42, 473, 494,511, 593
respecting, for corps, division, and brigade staffs.

45
relative to, of supernumerary junior lieutenants in the staff depart-
ments

185, 325, 455, 194, 566
respecting certain, in authorized engineer regiments

527
officers of Regular Army not held as vacating their office by, in the vol-
unteer staff.

686
APPROPRIATIONS,
under “Pay Department,” except mileage, to constitute one fund

477
for the Subsistence Department to constitute one fund..

357
no part of the, for the Ordnance Department to be used to pay freight
charges.

607
for fortifications available until expended.

602
ARANSAS Pass, Tex.,
respecting improvements at

526
ARCHER, SAMUEL B.,
mentioned

86
ARCTIC REGIONS,
respecting commutation of quarters to officers and men in the

690
ARIZONA,

traveling expenses of California and Nevada volunteers discharged in.... 472
ARKANSAS,
arsenal in....

584
no recruiting agents to be sent to

677

ARKANSAS RIVER,

!'age.
respecting improvement of the.....

528
ARLINGTON, VA.,
memorial bridge from Washington City to ...

526
ARMAMENT,
of certain fortiứcations ..

572
of port and harbor of Annapolim

573
ARMAND, CHARLES T.,
mentioned.

103, 304
ARM CHESTS,
to be provided for each regiment

559
ARMISTEAD, WALKER K.,
mentioned.

483
ARMORERS (see PaY; MASTER ARMORERS),
appointment of

544, 545, 572, 579, 586
duties of.

551
dismissed.

554
to be designated as “corporals"

590
ARMORER'S DEPARTMENT,
inquiry to be made into conduct of the......

554
ARMORIES (see NATIONAL ARMORIES; SPRINGFIELD ARMORY; HARPERS FERRY
ARMORY),
respecting site for, on the Western waters.

500, 582
establishment of...

574
artificers, etc., in, exempted from jury duty..

576
placed under direction of the Ordnance Department

580
civilian superintendents of, may be appointed

587, 588
pay of civil superintendents of

588
master armorers.

588
superintendents of, to be ordnance officers

590
pay of officers employed in the..

575
ARMS (see Rifles; PATENT ARMS; MUSKETS; CARBINES; CONTRACTORS),
in store deliverable on order of the Adjutant-General

54, 143, 540
willful damage to, how punished.

177, 308, 383, 561, 580
for corps of sappers and miners..

492
importation of

537, 538, 543, 690
captured, how disposed of

537, 541
of men leaving the service to be retained.

537, 544
sick officers and men to be purchased

537
respecting purchase of ..

538, 539, 540, 572, 574
manufacture of

539, 543, 555, 563
care and custody of, lodged with Board of War.

543
imported, how distributed or cared for

543, 546, 565
to be provided for cavalry

544
States requested to collect all, not in actual service

515
to be marked “United States”

546
respecting punishment for refusal to deliver..

546
construction of magazines for

547
measures to supply the Army with

548
arrival of imported.

550
State of Virginia requested to loan..

558
returns of, to be made

556, 557, 569
issues of, how made

559
removal of ..

545, 564
how obtained

568, 573
report on condition of

570
exportation of, prohibited

573
importation of, to be free of duty.

573
to be provided for the militia

574
deposited in certain arsenals on the western waters.

576
depots of, to be established

580
issue of, to emigrants to certain Territories.

586
national asylums

592
respecting contracts for manufacture of

588
alteration and improvement of

588
duty remitted on certain imported..

590
sale of old or unsuitable

593
damage to, in hands of the troops to be reported

597

ARMSTRONG,

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accepted appointment of deputy commissary

246
ARMSTRONG, JOHN,
requested to inspect magazines of provisions

87, 253
ARMSTRONG, John,
mentioned.

176, 297
ARMY (see OFFICERS),
appointments on the civil staff confer no rank in the...

14
committee on retrenchment of expenses of the ....

14
(see NORTHERN ARMY; SOUTHERN ARMY.)
mail matter for the, on Mexican frontier and in Mexico

31
committee to provide for the sick of the

369
innoculation in the, discontinued......

393
arrears of payment of the, not to exceed two months.

460, 461, 462
sale of stores prior to reduction of the

568
ARMY (CORPS,
staff officers of, how appointed.

45, 112, 231, 348
of, how constituted.

76, 79, 116, 211, 345, 348, 355, 591, 604, 625
ambulance service of

420, 421, 422, 423
ARMY REGISTER,
retired officers to be borne on the .

32, 40
ARNOLD, BENEDICT,
mentioned...

245
ARREST,
warrant officers in the civil staff liable to

161, 293, 383, 490, 558, 614
officers of the Commissary Department liable to.

257
ARSENALS (see. NAVAL ARSENALS; MANUFACTORIES; St. Louis ARSENAL),
Secretary of War to direct building and management of..

565
principal, where located.

570
establishment of

572, 576, 578, 582, 583, 584,588, 591, 601
keepers of, to make returns to Ordnance Department.

580
pay of officers employed in the....

585
ARTICLES OF WAR,
to be distributed to the Army

54
considered by Congress.

123
copies of the, to be countersigned by the Juilge-Advocate of the Army... 123
Article 69.

128
90.

129, 133
9i.

133
92.

133
ARTIFICERS (see Pay; CLOTHING; Rations),
necessary, how appointed..

167, 174, 201, 544, 553, 579, 586
(see HARNESS MAKERS; COLLAR MAKERS; WHEELWRIGHTS.)
company of, authorized....

186
to have but one officer

560
corps of, how organized.

198
regiment of, how organized

561
dissolved

563
removal to Carlisle of all, in Pennsylvania.

562
(see SOUTHERN ARM".)
necessary, at Springtield to be retained

565
guilty of neglect of duty, how punished.

575
in armories exempted from jury duty...

576
reports of, to be made

578
may be attached to regiments, corps, or garrisons.

580
respecting, of the Ordnance Corps in Mexico..

586
to be designated as privates of the first class.

591
ARTIFICIAL LIMBS,
Surgeon-General to furnish.

425, 426, 432
transportation to applicants for.

221, 223, 226
ARTILLERY ( see Light ARTILLERY; FIELD ARTILLERY; COMMISSARY OF ARTILLERY;

CONDUCTOR OF ARTILLERY),
uniform of...

16, 21
purchase of wagons for the..

147
all sheepskins to be preserved for use of the..

322, 565
a paymaster to be appointed to each battalion of.

464
commanding officer of, to be member of subordinate board of ordnance... 553

arrange all business of the Ordnance Depart-
ment to be done in the field

556

557,

ARTILLERY-Continued.

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commanding officer of, to determine details for laboratory work.

557
mentioned

558
allowances to commanding officer of..

562
a field officer of, to superintend business at Carlisle

562
ammunition for the, in the Southern army

563
Ordnance Department, merged into the

581
act merging the Ordnance Department in the, repealed..

583
transfer of officers of, to the Ordnance Department...

584, 585
senior officer of, in Army Corps to act as chief of ordnance and artillery.. 591
ARTILLERY-ARTIFICERS,
commissions issued to officers of the...

549, 554, 559
to be under command of commissary-general of military stores

552
pay of regiment of...

553, 560, 561, 562
appointments and promotions in regiment of.

554, 559
organization of regiment of, reduced.

563
ARTILLERYMEN,
respecting company of laboratory....

550
ARTILLERY YARD,
respecting plan for an...

544
ASHLEY, MOSES,
appointed brigade major pro tempore

95
ASIATIC CHOLERA,
inquiry to be made into causes of.....,

427
ASSESSMENTS (see Quotas),
of blankets to be made....

252
ATLANTIC OCEAN,
respecting deep waterways between the Great Lakes and the

526
ASSIGNMENT,
of bounty land not recognized...

11
retired officers to duty.

34
forbidden.

36
at the Soldiers' Home authorized.

37
certain officers with increased rank revoked.

232, 356
officers to duty in the Weather Bureau revoked..

625
quota of men to be drafted in districts...

668
ASSOCIATIONS,
Bureau of Refugees, etc., to cooperate with benevolent...

658
ASYLUM (see MiliTARY ASYLUM).
AUDITORS (see BAGGAGE WAGONS; FORAGE; CLOTHING),

duties of army
AUTOGRAPH SIGNATURES,
written, required in exercising franking privilege...

36, 38
A VERY, ELISHA,
appointed deputy commissary-general of issues

263
pay and rations allowed to.

245
mentioned...

265
AYLETT, WILLIAM,
elected deputy commissary-general for the troops in Virginia.

243
of purchases..

262
salary increased to $75 per month

251
to purchase not exceeding 10,000 barrels of corn

251
mentioned..

282

98

B.
BABCOCK, ORLANDO E.,
mentioned...

513
BADGES,
on whom conferred; how worn.

21
may be worn on occasions of ceremony

36, 43, 44, 48
BAGGAGE WAGONS,
allotment of, to general officers and line officers

172, 186, 494
the Adjutant-General and assistants

63, 65, 172, 187
Inspector-General and assistants

95, 102, 172, 187
Judge-Advocate and deputies.

126, 127, 172, 187
officers of the Quartermaster's Department

172, 187
Department of Military Stores.......

172, 559

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BAGGAGE WAGONs—Continued.

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allotment of, to the chief physician of the Army.

388
commissaries of issues...

308
purchases.

308
prisoners

172, 187, 647
deputy paymasters

172, 187, 454, 456
army auditors

172
geographers ...

189, 495
BAILEY, John,
mentioned

62
BAIRD, ABSALOM,
promotion of, in the Inspector-General's Department, authorized...

113
mentioned.

86
BAKERS (see PAY; Rations),
superintendent of, appointed..

253
all army, to be licensed by the superintendent .

253
contracts to be made with, to bake flour into biscuits

264
State of Pennsylvania requested to detail, from the militia

264
company of, authorized.

281
superintendent of, to make returns

318
BALTIMORE, MD.,
a quartermaster appointed for town of..

153
respecting care of the sick in..

370
paymaster appointed in...

447
respecting deputy paymaster at

449
removal of military stores at

546
BALDESQUI, JOSEPH,
resignation accepted.

451
mentioned...

451
BALDWIN, JEDCTHAN,
appointed engineer in the Continental Army

487
allowed pay and rank of lieutenant-colonel.

485
to receive pay of colonel as heretofore

492
mentioned..

490, 494, 563
BANCKER, EVERETT A.,
mentioned.

121
BAND,
authorized for battalions of engineers..

528
BANDAGES,
importation of, ordered

364, 365
BANK OF PHILADELPHIA,
requested to purchase cattle in lieu of flour.

310
BANKS, John,
appointment of, as conductor of artillery confirmed.

568
BANKSON, JOHN,
appointed inspector pro tem..

100
BANNISTER, SETH,
member of committee

283
BARBER, WILLIAM,

on the march, attached to General Mifflin's division....
to do duty of subinspector in General Lord Stirling's division..

94
to undertake the subinspectorship of Hand's, Maxwell's, and Stark's
brigades ..

95
permitted, for the present, to decline duties of inspector

95
appointed to act as subinspector...

89
division inspector

100
BARBER, NATHANIEL,
pay of, as deputy commissary of artillery

546
resignation accepted.

563
BARKER, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS,
to act as brigade-major

56
BARNES, JOSEPI K.,
mentioned

362
BARRACK MASTER GENERAL,

151
to make return of his assistants.

165
BARRACK MASTERS,
appointment of

143, 181, 198, 201
discharge of.

163

60, 90

pay of

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