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BRIDGE-Continued.

Act to authorize the construction of a, across the Missouri River at the
city of Leavenworth, Kansas

--(II) 96
Act to give the assent of Congress to the construction of a free, by the mayor

and city council of Nashville, Tennessee, over the Cumberland River ---(IV) 96
Act to authorize the construction of a highway, across that part of the waters

of Lake Champlain lying between the towns of North Hero and Alburg
in the State of Vermont..

-(V) 96
Act to authorize the construction of a, across the Missouri River at or near
Sibley, in the State of Missouri..

(VI) 96
Act for a, across the Missouri River at White Cloud, Kansas.. -(VIII) 96
Act respecting a, at Tonawanda, New York

-(IX) 96
BRIDGES.

Act to authorize the construction of, across the Wisconsin, Chippewa, and
Saint Croix Rivers, in the State of Wisconsin.-

--(III) 96
Act to authorize foot and carriage or railroad, across the Mississippi River
at Saint Paul, Minnesota --

(VII) 96
BRIGADE COMMANDERS.
Regulations respecting the issuing of orders by,

68
BROOMS.

Amends paragraph 2092 of the Regulations, respecting the issue of, (See
OFFICERS)

49
BUILDINGS.
Appropriations for public, &c., in Washington.

69
Appropriations for, and grounds in and around Washington.

70
Appropriations for public, and grounds...

-(III) 73
BUREAU OF MILITARY JUSTICE,
(See CLERKS)

_69
Act to consolidate the, and the corps of judge advocates of the Army-

-(I) 72
CADETS.
Assignment of, to corps and regiments in the Army--

62
CANNON.

The Secretary of War to cause the various calibers, &c., of, to be deter-

mined, and make the same known to manufacturers of ordnance on their
application, and to report the same to Congress at its next session; author-
izes the President to select persons to test rifled,; authorizes the Secretary
of War and the Secretary of the Navy to sell smooth-bore, to projectors

of methods of conversion, for experimental purposes only, &c.----. (II) 73
CANVAS CLOTHING.
Respecting the issue of,

CIRCULAR (II) 8
CARPENTERS' Tools.

Now in the possession of companies should be turned in to the Quarter.

master's Department; all should be in the custody of the quarter-
master-

---CIRCULAR (II) 5
CARTRIDGES.

Authorizes the expenditure of the non-reloading rifle and carbine ball, in

the hands of troops at the rate of twenty per man per month, &c. (See
CIRCULAR (II) 6, (II) 8, of 1884.).--

18
Allows each non-commissioned officer authorized to carry a revolver to ex-

pend, in target practice at the rate of 400 revolver cartridges per annum,

and at that rate during the remainder of the current year.
CASUALTIES.
Announces, &c., in the Army -

43, 123
CAVALRY.
Exchange of stations of the 1st and 2d Regiments of,

33
Exchange of stations of the 4th and 6th Regiments of,

.39
Arms carried by a first sergeant of, -

_CIRCULAR (I) 8
CEMETERIES.
(See NATIONAL CEMETERIES)

-70
CEMETERY.
(See San FRANCISCO NATIONAL MILITARY CEMETERY)

133
CHAPLAIN.
Respecting the uniform of a,.

CIRCULAR (III) 1
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Joint resolution authorizing the loan of 200 flags to the city of,-

(III) 47
department, and district headquarters, the superintendencies of the

28

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

15

CHATTANOOGA NATIONAL CEMETERY.

The entire tract of land near Chattanooga, Tennessee, belonging to the

United States, and connected with the grounds of the, under the control

of the War Department, &c., is declared to be a part of the -

6

CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY COMPANY.

Act to authorize the extension of the, to a point on the military lands at

Fortress Monroe, Va.-

---(II) 76

CHEVRONS.

Publishes regulations giving description of the, to be worn by enlisted men..107
CHICAGO AND CENTRAL KANSAS RAILROAD COMPANY.

Act to authorize the, to construct and maintain a bridge across the Missouri
River at or near White Cloud, Kansas.-

(VIII) 96

CHIEF OF ENGINEERS.

(See CLERKS, RENT)

60

CHIEF OF ORDNANCE.

(See CLERKS)

69

CHIEF SIGNAL OFFICER.

Enumerates the items for which disbursements shall be made under the
direction of the, under sundry civil act of July 7, 1884

101
“ CHILI-CON-CARNE."

To be dropped from the list of articles designated to be kept by the Sub-
sistence Department for sale to officers and enlisted men.

140

CHIPPEWA FALLS AND WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY.

An act authorizing the, to construct a railroad bridge across the Saint Croix

River in the States of Wisconsin and Minnesota

-(III) 44

CHIPPEWA RIVER.

(See BRIDGES)

(III) 96

CINCINNATI INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION.

Appropriations to enable the several Executive Departments of the Govern-

ment, including the Department of Agriculture and the Smithsonian

Institution, to participate in the, to be held in Cinciunati, Ohio, in Sep-

tember and October, 1884.-

70

CIRCULAR LETTER.

Publishes, of the Treasury Department, dated July 21, 1884, in reference

to the Union Pacific Railway Company --

97

CITIZENS.

(See REGULATIONS).
Respecting the pay and travel expenses of, summoned to attend upon mili-
tary courts

26
CLAIMS.

Appropriations for, allowed by the Second Auditor and Second Comptroller,
and by the Third Auditor and Second Comptroller

-(III) 73

CLERICAL DUTY.

The whole number of enlisted men of all grades allowed for, at division,

25

recruiting service, and at the Military Academy, West Point, will be as

follows: 13 sergeants, 18 corporals, 102 privates, and 16 topographical

assistants, &c. (See CLERKS)

104

CLERK.

Abolishes the grade of sixth class, in the Quartermaster's Department.---- 65

CLERKS.

Employés paid from the Army appropriation are not to be graded for

salary above fourth class, of the Army Regulations

65

Enumerates the, and employés allowed in the War Department and its

several bureaus, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1885

60

Announces the number of General Service and detailed men allowed as, &c.,

at division, department, and district headquarters, the superintendencies

of the recruiting service, and at the Military Academy, West Point;

assignment of General Service, to divisions, departments, and district

headquarters, &c.

104

CLOTH.

(See QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT)

CLOTHING.

-92, 99

CLOTHING– Continued.

One canvas suit of, in each year to be furnished to each enlisted man in

the Army who may be required to work on extra, daily, or fatigue duty;

for troops serving in the Departments of Dakota, the Platte, and the co-

lunbia, the suit will consist of one blouse, one pair of trousers, and one

hood and one pair of mittens for winter wear. For all other troops the

suit will consist of one blouse and one pair of trousers; states how the,
is to be accounted for. (See REGULATIONS)

32

Publishes price list of, (amended by G. O. No. 139]-

92

Sre REGULATIONS)--

99

Issued for purely experimental purposes should not be charged against

enlisted men to whom it is issued

CIRCULAR 3

(See CANVAS CLOTHING)-

CIRCULAR (II) 8

The, accounts of certain enlisted men still in service to be altered to con-

form to the prices established by G. 0. No. 92, of 1884. --CIRCULAR (IV) 9

CLOTHING ACCOUNT.

Gives instructions respecting the settlement of a soldier's, - CIRCULAR (I) 7

COLLEGES.

Publishes regulations prescribed for the issue of arms, &c., required for

military instruction and practice at, and universities. (See DETAIL)-- -74

(See REVISED STATUTES)

65
(See Bond, REGULATIONS)

----93

COMMISSARY GENERAL OF SUBSISTENCE.

Names the appropriations of which disbursements shall be made under the

direction of the, for the Signal Service

101

COMMISSARY GENERAL'S OFFICE.

(See CLERKS, RENT)

.69

COMMISSARY OF SUBSISTENCE.

Certain hospital rations to be purchased and accounted for by the,

140

COMMISSARY SERGEANTS.

The number of, is limited to 120 and are selected from the sergeants of the

line of the Army

_98

COMMISSION.
(See Joint COMMISSION).

70
CMMUTATION.

Fixes the rate of, and extra-duty pay for General Service clerks at division,
department, and district headquarters, &c

104
COMMUTATION OF RATIONS.

Enlisted men while traveling under orders, repairing military telegraph lines,
may be paid, at the rate of $1.50 per day.

CIRCULAR (I) 6

COMPANY.

Enumerates the books to be kept with a,

.100

COMPANY COMMANDERS.

Directs, to prepare without delay-so far as their records will admit-and

forward to the A. G. Office a certified statement of the amount of cloth-

ing due soldiers at date of desertion in the cases of all deserters who have

such creilits since March 3, 1851.-

10

R-gulations respecting the issue of orders by,

-68

COMPANY FUNDS.

(See REGULATIONS)--

-16

CONTRACT SURGEONS.
Respecting mileage to,-

_38
CONVICTS.
Appropriation for the expenses of -

70

CORRESPONDENCE.

Amends paragraph 645 of the Regulations, respecting authority of Chiefs

of bureans of the War Department to require subordinate officers of their

respective corps, by direct, to report upon any matter relating exclu-

sively to the duties of the bureau, &c.--

-134

COURT-MARTIAL.

(See TRIAL FOR DESERTION) -

-CIRCULAR (I) 1

COURTS-MARTIAL.

Amends Article 72 of the Rules and Articles of War respecting the appoint-

ment of General, -

(LRTS-MARTIAL-Continued.

Amends paragraph 901 of the Regulations, respecting sentence of, and

orders promulgating the same.---

103

(See MILEAGE)

CIRCULAR (I) 6

See INTERPRETERS)

CIRCULAR (1) 7, (I) 9

COURTS OF INQUIRY.

(See MILEAGE)

CIRCULAR (I) 6

('UMBERLAND RIVER.

(See NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE)

(IV) 96

DAILY DUTY.

Decision as to what is held to be, --

CIRCULAR (I) 1

DECORATIONS.

Decision as to the allowed to be worn on occasions of ceremony-CIRCULAR (III) 11

DEPARTMENT COMMANDERS.

Regulations respecting the issuing of orders by,

68

DEPARTMENT COMPETITIONS.

States who are eligible for selection to attend annual, in ritle firing, &c. 12

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

(See WORLD'S INDUSTRIAL AND COTTON CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION, CINCINNATI

INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION, SOUTHERN EXPOSITION)-

70

DEPARTMENT OF DAKOTA.

(See CLOTHING)

32

DEPARTMENT OF TEXAS.

Brigadier General David S. Stanley assigned to the command of the,

37

DEPARTMENT OF THE COLUMBIA.

(See CLOTHING)

32

DEPARTMENT OF THE MISSOURI.

The commanding general of the, charged with the arrangements of all nec-

essary details during the meeting of the Army team.

45

DEPARTMENT OF THE PLATTE.
(See CLOTHING)

32

DEPARTMENTS.

(See CLERKS).

104

DEPOSITS.

Further amends paragraph 2456 of the Regulations, respecting,

11

DESERTERS.

Further amends paragraph 2458 of the Regulations, respecting,

Required to make good the cost of their transportation from place of appre-

hension or surrender to the station of their company--- CIRCULAR (III) 11

(See REGULATIONS).

137

DESERTION.

Act to relieve certain soldiers from the charge of -

71

DES MOINES RAPIDS CANAL.

The Secretary of War to prescribe such rules and regulations in respect to

the use and administration of the, as in his judgment the public necessity

may require--

77

DETAIL.

(See ARTIFICERS)

35

Announces, for the recruiting service from October 1, 1884, to October 1,

1885

56

(See REVISED STATUTES)

65

Publishes regulations in regard to the, of officers of the Army at established

colleges and universities within the United States..

_74

(See RECRUITING SERVICE).

.85

(See ARTILLERY SCHOOL)

85

Act authorizing the, of not to exceed six commissioned officers, &c., for

service in the Signal Corps--

DIET TABLE.

Publishes, for hospitals-

9

DISABILITIES.
Act to remove certain, of Henry Newman.

-(IV) 72

DISCHARGE.

Respecting the, of General Service clerks.-

_104

-(III) 53

DISTRICT COMMANDERS.
Regulations respecting the issuing of orders by,

_68
DISTRICTS.
(See CLERKS)

104
Division COMMANDERS.
Regulations respecting the issuing of orders by,-

68
DIVISIONS.
(See CLERKS)-

.10+
DUTIES OF GUARDS AND SENTINELS.
Decision respecting,

CIRCULAR (I) 5
ELLIS COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

Act authorizing the sale of a portion of the Fort Hays Military Reservation

to the,-
ENGINEER DEPARTMENT.
Appropriation for the

_65
ENLISTED MEN.
Respecting payment of,

11
(See GAUNTLETS, GLOVES).

29
(See VOLUNTEER FORCES)

-51
ENLISTMENTS.
Amends paragraph 772 of the Regulations, respecting, &c.-

.87
ENVELOPES.

Publishes forms of, for the transmission of official mail matter exclusively
throughout the Army

75
Describes forms of, for the transmission of official mail matter exclusively

throughout the Army; states how and from what appropriation the, will
be supplied.

91
ESTIMATES.
Publishes form for, for quartermaster's funds.-

55
EXCHANGE OF STATIONS.
Directs, of the 1st and 2d Regiments of Cavalry-

33
Directs, of the 4th and 6th Regiments of Cavalry.

39
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS.

(See World's INDUSTRIAL AND COTTON CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION, CINCINNATI
INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION, SOUTHERN EX POSITION)

-70
EXECUTIVE ORDER.
Placing General William T. Sherman on the retired list of the Army,

February 8
Publishes, respecting a board to be appointed and charged with the pre-

paration, arrangement, and safe-keeping of articles and materials for the
World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition of Arts, &c., to be
held at New Orleans; also publishes, announcing the board and direct-
ing it to assemble at the Department of State, in the city of Washington,
at noon, on the 17th day of May, 1884, and organize .

-46
EXTRA DUTY.
Respecting the pay of soldiers detailed on,

60
Decision as to what is held to be,---

--CIRCULAR (I) 1
EXTRA DUTY MEN.

Soldiers not to be employed as, for any labor in camp or garrison which can
properly be performed by fatigue parties--

60
EXTRA-DUTY Pay.

Respecting, and commutation of rations for enlisted men detailed on tem-
porary duty to operate or repair military telegraph lines.

3
Amends paragraphs 403 and 2299 of the Regulations, respecting,

-58
(See QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT).
The, hereafter shall be at the rate of fifty cents per day for mechanics, arti-

sans, school-teachers, and clerks at Army, division, and department head-
quarters, and thirty-five cents per day for other clerks, teamsters, labor-
ers, and others, &c.

65
Fixes rates of commutation and, for General Service clerks, &c

---104
Enlisted men detailed at posts for the purpose of reloading small-arm cart-
ridges are not entitled to,

CIRCULAR (I) 5
Non-commissioned staff officers not to be mustered for, as overseer, artificer,
laborer, or school-teacher..

CIRCULAR (II) 6

-(III) 73

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