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FLAG.

(See OиIо VOLUNTEER INFANTRY ASSOCIATION).

(X) 122

FLAGS.

Authorizes the loan of one hundred, to the mayor and committee of citi-
zens of Charlotte, North Carolina

(V) 58

FORAGE.

Amends paragraph 1894 of the Regulations, respecting the purchase of, by
officers not mounted.

9

FORM.

Amends paragraph 1895 of the Regulations, respecting, issued or sold to
officers of the Army

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Publishes, No. 4, Adjutant General's Office, as a substitute for that published
in the Regulations (pp. 371, 372).

29

Publishes, No. 2, Pay Department as a substitute for that published in the
Regulations (pp. 1137, 1138)_

-36

Publishes, for special requisition for matches, &c..
Publishes, of oath to be administered to recruits.

_37

Publishes, of certificate to be given by officers in the Quartermaster's De-
partment in settling accounts which include transportation over certain
land-grant railroads.

(See REGULATIONS).

FORMS.

48

_93

_95

Modifies the statement of the account in, No. 12, Subsistence Department ____104
Publishes, of receipt-roll to be used where funds for the purchase of liquid
coffee are furnished directly to enlisted men in small detachments... __126

Publishes, on which accounts and returns must be rendered regarding regi-
mental and post funds

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Act to restore the, military reservation to the public domain

-(IV) 110

Appropriations for, and other works of defense, and for the armament
thereof, for the fiscal year.

-(III) 58

Act to provide for the disposition of the, military reservation

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Act authorizing the payment of M. J. Kelly, late a chaplain in the U.S.
Army, and the commisioned and non-commisioned officers and privates
of Company "B," 20th Infantry, who lost their personal effects by fire at,
Minnesota, on January 14, 1877

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Amends paragraph 1862 of the Regulations, respecting,-
Publishes scale of equivalents to govern in the issue and sale of,.
Amends paragraph 1871 of the Regulations, respecting allowance of,.
Amends paragraph 1857 of the Regulations, respecting sale of, to officers of
the Army

Amends paragraph 1861 of the Regulations, respecting, issued to troops..

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

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FUNDS.

Amends paragraph 1681 of the Regulations, respecting the disposition to be
made of all, received from sales, refundments, or miscellaneous sources,
&c...

Publishes form of receipt-roll to be used where, for the purchase of liquid
coffee are furnished directly to enlisted men in small detachments.
GALVESTON HARBOR.

14

126

Publishes act making appropriation for continuing the improvements of,
Texas

-(IV) 32

Publishes price list of,

69

GARRISON EQUIPAGE.

GENERAL HARRISON POST.

Act donating two condemned (and obsolete) mortars and four cannon-balls
to, of the G. A. R.

GENERAL OF THE ARMY.

Appropriation for expenses of the office of the, for the fiscal year

The, under the War Department, to have supervision of the U. S. Military
Academy-

GENERAL ORDERS.

-(I) 122

72

77

Revokes, No. 26, of 1881, A. G. O., regulating the detail of officers for instruc-
tion in military signaling.

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Modifies paragraph 3 of, No. 45, of 1861, A. G. O., respecting monthly record
of best target firing

52

Modifies section V of, No. 50, series of 1881, A. G. O

80

Revokes, Nos. 73 and 76, of 1881, A. G. O

104

Revokes so much of paragraph IV, No. 78, of 1882, as transfers the 12th
Infantry to the Department of the Platte.

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Publishes, for competitions at the prescribed department and division con-
tests..

53

GENERAL SERVICE CLERKS.

Provides for civilian clerks in lieu of the, in the War Department and its
bureaus

90

GENERAL SHUNK POST.

Act to furnish two condemned cannon and four cannon-balls to, of the G.
A. R., at Marion, Indiana

-(XV) 59

GEORGE H. THOMAS POST.

Act granting two condemned cannon and four cannon-balls to, of the G.
A. R.

-(IV) 122

GEORGE STRONG POST.

Act to deliver four condemned cannon and four cannon-balls to, G. A. R.,
at Fairfield, Iowa.

(III) 122

GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE.

Appropriation for current expenses of the,; for support, clothing, and treat-
ment in the, of the insane of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Revenue-
Cutter Service, &c., and for the indigent insane from the District of
Columbia

Appropriation for the support of the, and for construction of additional
accommodations.

GOVERNMENT VESSELS.

Authorizes the use of, for the transportation and distribution of rations
furnished by the United States to the sufferers by the Mississippi over-
flow

GOVERNOR'S ISLAND.

(See SEA-WALL.).

99

102

(VII) 32

_102

GRADUATES.

The mileage to which, will be entitled in traveling to their posts will be
paid in advance of the performance of the journeys...

75

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC.

Joint resolution granting the use of articles, tents, and so forth, at the en-
campment of the, of the department of Pennsylvania, on the battle-field
of Gettysburg, in July, 1882

(IV) 41

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC-Continued.

Act donating condemned cannon and cannon-balls to Post Bosworth of the,
Portland, Me__

(II) 59

Act donating condemned cannon and carriages to the Charles Russell
Lowell Post No. 7 of the, of Boston, Mass.; to Post No. 78 of the, district
of Massachusetts, four condemned cannon; to the McPherson Post No.
73 of the, four condemned cannon; to William H. Bartlett Post No. 3
of the, of Taunton, Mass., four condemned cannon
Act to turn over condemned cannon to Sampson Post No. 22 of the, of
Rochester, New Hampshire

(111) 59

-(VII) 59

Act to turn over condemned cannon to E. E. Sturtevant Post No. 2 of the,
of Concord, New Hampshire, and also condemned cannon to Storer Post
No. 1 of the, at Portsmouth, New Hampshire

-(XI) 59
Joint resolution to furnish tents for the use of the, at the national encamp-
ment to be held in Baltimore on the 21st and 22d of June, 1882. -(VIII) 79
Act donating condemned cannon to the Anna M. Ross Post No. 94 of the,
of Philadelphia

-(II) 82

Act to deliver to the, post at Westminster, Massachusetts, condemned
cannon for monumental purposes

Act to deliver to Jeff. C. Davis Post No. 16 of the, condemned cannon.
Act donating condemned cannon to Otis Chapman Post No. 103 of the, at
Chicopee, Mass., for monumental purposes.

-(VI) 82
(VII) 82

-(III) 85
Joint resolution to supply four pieces of artillery and such tents as can be
conveniently spared to the encampment of the, at Bismarck, Kans----(IX) 85
Act donating condemned cannon to Post Dick Lambert of the, at Ironton,
Ohio

--(II) 103

Act granting condemned cannon to Abe Lincoln Post No. 29 of the, at
Council Bluffs, Iowa.

---(III) 103

Act donating condemned cannon to Nelson Post No. 194 of the, at Newport,
Kentucky

(V) 103

-(VI) 103

Act donating condemned cannon to Post No. 14 of the, at Logansport,
Indiana; to the Post of the, at Winchester, Indiana; and also to Eugene
A. Rawson Post of the, at Fremont, Ohio-
Act donating condemned cannon to the Robert D. Lathrop Post No. 138 of
the, Department of New York; also to Post No. 208 of the, at New
Brighton, Pennsylvania; also to the Post of the, at Georgetown, Massa-
chusetts; also for, Post at Danville, Pennsylvania; also to the Edwin
M. Stanton Post of the, at Steubenville, Ohio; also for Dahlgren Post, of
New York City; and also for Englewood, Illinois, G. A. R. Association (VII) 103
Act donating condemned cannon to the post of the, at Peru, Indiana; to
General Harrison Post of the, at Kokomo, Indiana; to the post of the,
at Clarinda, Iowa; to the post of the, at Keosaugua, Iowa; to Post No.
183 of the, at Rochester, Pennsylvania; and to the Charles Sumner Post
of the, of Groveland, Massachusetts

--(I) 122
Act donating condemned cannon to William Rodman Post No. 1 of the,
New Bedford, Mass.; to the post of the, at Fall River, Mass; and to Post
No. 82 of the, at Marblehead, Massachusetts
Act donating condemned cannon to the A. W. Drips Post No. 74 of the,
at Maquoketa, Iowa; to the George Strong Post of the, at Fairfield, Iowa;
and to the, at Lawrence, Mass

-(II) 122

(III) 122

-(IV) 122

Act granting condemned cannon to the post of the, at Peabody, Mass., and
to George H. Thomas Post of the, at Indianapolis, Indiana.
Act granting condemned cannon to Edward Pye Post No. 179 of the, at
Haverstraw, New York

Act to donate condemned cannon to A. E. Burnside Post No. 109 of the,
at South Chicago, Illinois

GUARD-HOUSES.

Joint resolution to deliver condemned cannon to "Tip" Best Post No. 75
of the,

-(V) 122
(VIII) 122

(XIV) 122

Announces allowance of lamps for,

80

GUNS.

Respecting heavy, and mortars for States bordering on the sea or gulf
coast

HANDKERCHIEFS.

-(III) 58

Authorizes sale of, to recruits who have not been paid and who have pay
due them

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INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

27

HANNIBAL AND SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY.

Act authorizing the, to construct a bridge over the Missouri River at or
near Arrow Rock, Missouri.

HARBOR OF REFUGE.

Act authorizing the Secretary of War to assume full control over the, on
Lake Huron, at Sand Beach, Mich.

HARBORS.

--(III) 46

-(II) 79

Act making appropriations for the construction, repair, and preservation
of certain works on rivers and,

94

Appropriation for the removal of obstructions at, New York

Appropriation for the new, for cadets at the Military Academy at West
Point

HATFIELD, MASS.

Act donating four condemned cannon to the selectmen of the town of, --(VI) 122

HELL GATE.

HOSPITAL.

(See ARMY AND NAVY HOSPITAL).

HOSPITAL STEWARDS.

(I) 58

72

102

(See REGULATIONS)

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HOSPITAL TENTS.

Authorizes the use of, for the relief of sufferers from the overflow of the
Mississippi River

-(VI) 32

HOT SPRINGS, ARK.

Appropriation for the erection of an Army and Navy hospital at,

72

IDAHO TERRITORY.

(See INDIAN HOSTILITIES) -

-(IV) 79

INDIANA.

Joint resolution granting the State of, the use of tents on the occasion of
an encampment of State troops to be held in said State during the year
1882

-(VII) 46

INDIAN AGENCIES.

Amends paragraph 2533 of the Regulations, respecting the sale of arms,
ammunition, or ordnance stores to,

INDIAN HOSTILITIES.

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Act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to examine and report to
Congress the amount of all claims of the States of Texas, Colorado,
Oregon, Nebraska, California, Kansas, and Nevada, and the Territories
of Washington and Idaho, for money expended and indebtedness assumed
by said States and Territories in repelling invasions and suppressing, --(IV) 79
INDIANS.
Prohibits the transfer of supplies, stores, or property of any kind, pro-
cured out of Army appropriations, for the use of, except under authority
first obtained from the Secretary of War; this paragraph not to be con-
strued to prohibit the issue of small quantities of subsistence stores to,
visiting military posts, as authorized by paragraph 2182 of the Regula-
tions.

Amends paragraph 2533 of the Regulations, respecting the sale of arms,
ammunition, or other ordnance stores to, not in the military service.
Publishes the agreement providing for the reciprocal crossing of the inter-
national boundary line by the troops of the United States and the
Republic of Mexico in pursuit of hostile,

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-91, 118

Authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to ascertain what, if any, injury
is occasioned to the rights of any friendly, occupying any Indian reserva-
tion, by the construction of dams, &c., in connection with reservoirs at
headwaters of the Mississippi River..

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Act to provide additional, for Indian youth, and authorizes the use of
unoccupied military barracks for such purpose..

(II) 109

Announces "school of application" for Cavalry and,

Directs the transfer of the 12th, from the Department of Arizona to the
Department of the Platte. [Revoked. See G. O. No. 105].
Directs the transfer of the 12th, to the Department of the East

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-78

105

INFANTRY-Continued.

Act authorizing the proper accounting officers of the Treasury to settle
with M. J. Kelly, late a chaplain in the U. S. Army, and with all com-
missioned and non-commissioned officers and privates of Company "B"
of the Twentieth, who lost their personal effects by fire at Fort Ripley,
Minnesota, on January 14, 1877-

---(I) 119

Act authorizing compensation to members of Company "B," Fourteenth,
for private property destroyed by fire on the Nashville and Chattanooga
Railroad, August 14, 1869.

INFORMATION.

-(III) 119

No, must be given by any one in the military service to any person which
can be made the basis of a claim against the Government; concerning
the sick and wounded may be freely given to any one to allay anxiety
of friends, and the fact of death may be communicated to relatives, &c_____112
INSANE.
Act providing for the support, clothing, and treatment in the Government
Hospital for the Insane of the, of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and
Revenue-Cutter Service, from the National Home for Disabled Volun-
teer Soldiers, and for the indigent, of the District of Columbia..

INSANE ASYLUM.
(See GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE)

INSPECTING OFFICERS.

To state in their reports of their inspections of posts that the record book
has been carefully examined and compared with the vouchers, and will
also note the manner in which it is kept_-_-

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99, 102

113

INSPECTION.

Corrects paragraph 1832 of the Regulations, respecting, of public buildings 4, 113
Respecting, by inspectors. [See INSPECTORS].

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Of unserviceable ordnance and ordnance stores, by whom made, and to
whom the reports must be sent..

22

INSPECTOR.

Corrects paragraph 1390 of the Regulations, respecting the marking of
condemned property by an,

Makes the action of an, on all property found to be worthless, final, &c
INSPECTOR GENERAL'S OFFICE.

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Act announcing number of clerks and messengers allowed for the,
INSPECTORS.

90

Respecting the inspection of every military post, national cemetery, station,
and command in the Army by,.

17

Prescribes course of, for "school of application ".

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Act to deliver to the, at Vincennes, Indiana, six condemned cannon for
monumental purposes--

(See INDIAN HOSTILITIES)

INSTRUCTION.

INSTRUCTOR.

ISSUES.

Joint resolution to authorize Lieut. Henry R. Lemly, U. S. Army, to accept
a position of, at the military school at Bogota, United States of Colombia_(VII) 79

Amends paragraph 1875 of the Regulations, governing the, of stationery --- _62
JEFF. C. DAVIS POST No. 16.

KANSAS, (STATE OF.)

-(VII) 82

--(IV) 79

KEITHSBURG BRIDGE COMPANY.

Act to authorize the, to build a bridge across the Mississippi River at or
near Keithsburg, Illinois.

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Act announcing number of, allowed for the War Department and its
several bureaus.

-90

Act for the relief of certain, employed by Day, Call and Company, late con-
tractors with the Government in the improvement of the Lower Fox
River, Wisconsin

(V) 119

LADIES' MONUMENT ASSOCIATION.

Act donating four condemned cannon and four cannon-balls to the, of
Mount Vernon, Ohio

-(I) 122

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