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BAND INSTRUMENTS.
Respecting the transportation of,

CIRIILAR (I) 10
BANDS.
(See EXLINTED MENT.

CIRCULAR (II) 6
Authorizes regimental and other, and the musicians composing the same,
to engage to play tur other parties, dr--

CIRCULAR (II) 8
Buls.
(See MEDICAL ATTENDANCE).

CIRCULAR (I) 1
BINDING.

Decision respecting the, and transportation of medical journals, periodicals,
and general orders at post hospital libraries and medical directors' ofhces

CIRCULAR (I) 9
Buil'SES.
(See BUTTONS)

CIRCULAR (I) 12
BLU'NT'S RIFLE. AND CARBINE FIRING,
• Amendment of,

CIRCULAR (I) 6
BOARD.

Act directing the President of the United Statex to appoint a, of which the

Secretary of War shall be a member and president, to be composed of
two officers of the Engineer Corps, two from the Ordinance Corps, two
officers of the line of the Navy, and two civilians, which Board shall ex-
amine and report at what ports, fortitications, or other defenses are
most urgently required, &

26
Announces at, of officers to take into consideration that portion of the act

of March 3, 1885, entitled "An act to provide for the settlement of the
claims of officers and enlisted men of the Army for loss of private prop-

erty destroyed in the military service of the l'vited States, " &c. ----- June 15
Publishes oriler of the President announcing the appointed under act of

March 31, 1885, to consist of officers and civilians, to examine and report
at what ports, fortifications, or other defenses are most urgently re-
quired, &c., &c.

May 26
A, of three officers, to be designated by the General commanding the

Army, to be appointed to attend the examinations at the close of each
two years' course of instruction at the Artillery School, and the School
of Application.

125
BOARDS,

Of officers for examination of applicants for post quartermaster sergeants,
by whom convenied

2
Bouts.
(See HIGH-TOP Boots)

CIRCULAR (II) 10
Decision that the extension of the relief allowed in Circular No.9, C.S., in
case of defective post shots, so as to include boots, cannot be authorized.

('IRCULAR (I) 11
Books,

(See REOULATIONS)
BOCXDARI LINEN.
(See COMMISSION)

September 24
BOUNTY.
Appropriation for payment of, to volunteer soldiers, &c

29
BRIDGE.

An act to anthorize the construction of a, across the Mississippi River at
Memphis, Tennessee.

(IT) 38
An act to authorize the construction of a, across the Saint Croix River.-(III) 38
An act to authorize the construction of a, across the Mississippi River at
Rock Island, Illinois, and Dureuport, lowa

(IV) 38
An act to authorize the construction of a, over the ('umberland and Caney

Fork Rivers..
BRIDGES.

An act to authorize the construction of, across the Mississippi River, one

within the State of Minnesota and one between the States of Minnesota
and Wisconsin..

-(I) 38
BUILDINGS

Act making appropriations for, &c., in and around Washington, for fiscal
year ending June 30, 1886.

32
BUREAL OF MILITARY JUSTICE.

(See ('LERES)

----.68

(V) 38

30

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

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Assignment of, to corps and regiments in the Army.

CAMP AND GARRISON EQU'UPAGE.

Enumerates certain articles which are considered as part of the perma-

nent equipment of a company, &c

CIRCULAR (II) 7

CAMP DOUGLAN,

An act to anthorize the Secretary of War to relinquish and turn over to

the Interior Department certain parts of the, military reservation -----

-(I) 35

CANEY FORK RIVER.

An act to authorize the construction of a railroad bridge across the, ------

---(V) 38

CANVAS CLOTHING.

Respecting the issue of, to non-commissioned officers

CIRCULAR (I) 3

CANVAS Suits.

Respecting the issue of,

120

CASUALTIES.

Announces, &c., in the Army.

76

CAVALRY.

Exchange of stations of the 3d and 10th Regiments of,

11

Exchange of stations of the 5th and 9th Regiments of,

CAVALRY ACCOUTERMENTS.

Publishes list of, and horse equipments

73

CEMETERIES.

(See NATIONAL CEMETERIES)--

37

CERTIFICATEN OF PAY.

Amends paragraph 2462 of the Regulations, respecting non-receipt or loss

of, due soldiers...

60

CHANGE OF NAME.

Announces, of Lt. William M. Clare, 9th Cavalry, to William D. McAnaney 76

CHEVRONS,

Description of, for hospital stewards and acting hospital stewards

70

(See CLOTHING)

CIRCULAR (I) 5

(See SERVICE CHEVRONS)

CIRCULAR (II) 7

Decision respecting a gratuitous issue of white cloth, to Infantry non-com-

missioned officers

CIRCULAR (II) 8

CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE INDIAN RESERVATION.

(See PROCLAMATION)

August 22

CHICAGO, SAINT PAUL AND SAINT Lous RAILROAD COMPANY,

An act authorizing the, to construct and maintain railroad bridges across
the Mississippi River

(I) 38

CHIEF OF DNGINEERS.

(See CLERKS, RENT)

30

CHIEY OF ORDNANCE.

(See CLERKS)

30

(See SIGNAL SERVICE).

66

CHIEF SIGNAL OFFICER.

(See SIGNAL SERVICE, ENLISTED MEN).

.66

CITIZENS.

Decision respecting the issue of rations to destitute,-

CIRCULAR (1) 11

CLAIMS.

Appropriation for, allowed by the 2d Auditor and 20 Comptroller and 3d

Auditor avd 2d Comptroller

29

An act to provide for the settlement of the, of officers and enlisted men of

the Army for loss of private property destroyed in the military service of

the United States..

(See MILEAGE)

48

(See ACCOUNTS)

(See BOARD)

June 16

-(III) 31

CLERKS.

Act providing, that not more than sixty-five thousand dollars of the money

appropriated for the Ordnance Department, in all its branches, shall be
applied to the payment of civilian, in said Department

28
Enumerates the, and employés allowed in the War Department and its
several bureaus, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1886.

30
Respecting, and messengers for inspectors general and acting inspectors
general

47
CLOTHING.

Amends certain paragraphs of the Regulations, respecting the, or uniform
of officers and enlisted men.

8
Amends General Orders No. 92 of 1884, by fixing the, and money allow-

ance for all musicians and trumpeters, including the enlistedi men of the
U.S. Military Academy land and all regimental bands, (amended by G.
0. No. 82 of 1885)

29
Ameuds paragraphs 2072 and 2073 of the Regulations, resperting estimates
for,

.67
Publisher price list of, (See G. 0. No. 82)

71
Amends G. (). No. 23 of 1885, by fixing the money allowance of, for chief

trumpeters, principal musicians or bandsmen, during the first year's
enlistment, as fixed in G. 0. No. 92 of 1884.

82
Publisher price list of the uniforni, of fiuer quality procured exclusively
for non-commissioned officers.

113
(See CANVAS SUITS).

..120
Authorizes a gratuitous issue the Quartermaster's Department, during

the present fiscal year, of one pair of white cloth chevrons to each Infan-

try non-commissioned officer, for use upon his blouse -- _CIRCULAR (I). 5
Decision respecting the, allowance of enlisted men attached to hands,

CIRCULAR (II) 6
The issue of the brown canvas fatigue, to mounted men for stable duty dis-
approved

----CIRCULAR (I) 7
(See CHEVHONS)

-(II) 8
Decision that the cost of, for burial of deceased soldiers in certain named
cases should be borne by the Government.

--CIRCULAR (II) 11
Decision that the material of finer quality tör, tinder paragraph 2074 of the

Regulations, as amended by G. O. No. 99 of 1884, can be issued only to
non-commissioned officers

CIRCULAR (III) 11
Decision that the issue of overcoat capes to enlisted men, separately from
the overcoats, is not authorized..

CIRCULAR (I) 12
CLOTHING ALLOWANCE.

Each enlisted man of the Infantry allowed $2 extra for altering his uni-
form, &c.; respecting credits to be given in ilie,

CIRCULAR (I) 1
Decision that the allowance of $2,3% for altering the uniform of enlisted

men of Lufantry (Circular I of 1885) is 100 anthorized for other arms
of the service,

_CIRCULAR (I) 11
CLOTHING AND MONEY ALLOWANCE OF MUSICIANS.
Decision respecting the,

CIRCULAR (III) 12
COLLEGES.

Decision respecting Government arms for, or universities having retired
officers of the Army detailed thereat

CIRCULAR (I) 8
COLOR-BEARER.
Decision respecting the position of the, at dress parade

CIRCULAR (I) 3
COMMANDING GENERAL'S OFFICE.
Appropriation for expenses of the,

28
COMMISSARY GENERAL
(See SIGNAL SERVICE)

66
(See FORM)

94
COMMISSARY GENERAL'S OFFICE.
(See CLERKS, RENT).

30
COMMISSARY SERGEANTN,
Amends the Regulations respecting,

2, 69
COMMISSION

Announces the appointment, by the President of the United States, of a, to

run and mark the boundary lines between a portion of the Indian Terri-
tory and the State of Texas, ?,

September 24, October 26

COMMUTATION OF RATIONS.

Appropriation for payment of, to prisoners of war and soldiers on furlongh 29

Amends paragraph 2233 of the Regulatious, respecting soldiers on furlough.100

COMPUTATION or TIME.
Publishes Rule for,

122

COMPANY, SKIRMISH FIRING.

Respecting two additional weeks to be included in the "practice season" for, -90

CONTRACTS.

Amends Regulation respecting,

1

CONVICTS.

Appropriation for the expenses of Military,

CORRESPONDENCE.

Respecting, in the Inspector General's Department.

47

COUNCII, GROVE.

(See Fort RENO)

COURTESIES.

Views of the Lient. General respecting, between commanding officers of

sea-coast forts and commanders of foreign ships of war ----CIRCULAR (II) 11

COURT-MARTIAL.

Decision respecting punishment decreed by a,

CIRCULAR (II) 2

Corrts-MARTIAL.

Decision amending the decision relating tu disapproval of proceedings of,
prohibited in Circular No. 12 of 1883, A. G. (..-

CIRCULAR (I) 2

(See JUDGE ADVOCATES)

CIRCULAR 4

Decision respecting depositions as evidence befo

CIRCULAR (II) 9
CUMBERLANI RIVER.

An act to authorize the construction of a railroad bridge over the, &c.---- (V) 38
DAVENPORT AND ROCK ISLAND BRIDGE COMPANY.

An act to authorize the, to build a bridge across the Mississippi River for

the accommodation of the Moline. Ruck Island and Southern Railroud as
well also the Davenport, Iowa and Dakota Railroad

-(IV) 38
DAVENPORT AND RocK ISLAND STREET RAILWAY COMPANY.

An art to permit the, to establish a horse-railway upon and over the island

of Rock Island, and the bridges erected by the United States connecting

the cities of Dareuport and Rock Island therewith.
DECEASED SOLDIERS.
(See UL THING) ---

CIRCULAR (II) 11
DECISION

Publishes, of the 2d Comptroller of the Treasury respecting the payment
of certain telegraph companies for nesger went over their lines

-124
DECISIONS.
Publishes, on points of tactics...

CIRCULAR (III) 6
DEFENSES.
(Sce BOARD)

May 26
DELAYS.

Further amenda paragraph 70 of the Regulations, respecting, in obeying
orders, in reporting for duty, or in returning tu duty from leave

126

DEPARTMENT OF ARIZONA.

The District of New Mexico transferred, temporarily, to the,--

_121

DEPARTMENT OF THE COLUMBIA.

Brigadier General Nelson A. Miles relieved from, and Brigadier General
John Gibbon assigned to the command of the,--

75
DEPARTMENT OF THE MISSOURI,
Brigadier General Nelson A. Miles assigned to the command of the,

-76

DEPOSITIONS

(See COURTS-MARTIAL)

Circular (11) 9

DEPOT.
( See QUARTERMASTER AND COMMISSARY DEPOT)

32
DESERTERS.
When enlisted men may be reported as, ---

84
Decision respecting the reward and expenses for apprehension of, CIRCULAR (I) 7

DESERTION.

Decision respecting the charge of

CIRCULAR (I) 2

-(VI) 38

DETAIL.
Respecting the, of officers for duty in the Signal Corps..

66
Announces the fur the recruiting service for the period from October 1,
188.), to (October 1, 1887

78
Further amends paragraph 474 of the Regulations, respecting the nomi-
nation of subalterns for, at Willet's Point, &c

.88
Respecting, of an acting signal officer at posts.

109
(See LEAVEN WORTH MILITARY PRISON)

117
See EXTRA DUTY)

CIRCULAR (I) 8
DEVICES,

Amends paragraph 2761 of the Regulations, respecting,
DISBU'RSING OFFICERS.
(See REGULATIONN).

-36
Àmends paragraph 1369 of the Regulations, respecting, inspection of accounts 87
Amende paragraph 1370 of the Regulations, respecting the inspection of
the money accounts of,

96
Decision that, cannot properly draw their checks in the name of their
clerks, or bearer, to pay fixed salaries, or suns of $20 and under, &c.---

CIRCULAR (1) 7
DINBURNEMENTS.

For the support of the Signal Service under act of March 3, 1885, by
whom niade

66
DINCHARGE.
(See REGULATIONS)

--64
(See REGULATIONS)

83
(See MINORS)

112
DISCILARGE FOR DRUNKENXESS.
Decision respoeting,

CIRCULAR (II) 12
DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO,
The, transferred, temporarily, to the Department of Arizona -

121
(See MILEAGE).

CIRCULAR (I) 10
DIVISION OF THE MISSOURI.

The administrative stairs of the District of New Mexico will be conducted
from Headquarters, temporarily

121
EAST AND MIDDLE TENNESSEE RAILROAD COMPANY.

An act to give the assent of Congress to the, to construct a bridge over the
Cumberland River

-(V) 38
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHY.
(See MILITARY SIGNALING)

CIRCULAR (II) 12
EMERGENCY PURCHASES.
(See QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT, FORM)

123
ENGINEER DEPARTMENT.
Appropriation for, at Willet's Point

28
ENGINEERS
Corrects paragraph 1022 of the Regulations, respecting. --

50
The Battalion of, to be represented hereafter in the annual rifle competi-

tions of the Department of the East and the Division of the Atlantic, &c._56
Decision as to the status of oflicers of the Corps of, regarding their rights
to compiand outside of their own corps

CIRCULAR (1) 10
ENLISTED MEN,
Act authorizing the retirement of -

18
(See CLAIMS)

(III) 31
(See INFANTRY)-

-(II) 36
(See PAY)

40, 72
Publishes Regulations conceruing, to be retired from active service

55
Respecting the employment of, of the Army for service on telegraph lines
or other work in charge of the Chief Signal Officer

60
(See BUARD)

June 13
Amends paragraph 200 of the Regulations, respecting, (See DESERTERS) .84
Decision respecting, attached to bands.

CIRCULAR (11) 6
Decision respecting sales of subsistence to retired,

CIR ULAR (II) 8
(See RETIRED ENLISTED MEN).

CIRCULAR (1) 10
See TRANSFER).

CIRCULAR (III) 11
EQUIPMENT.

Announces the regular, necessary for the Cavalry trooper..

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