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Mercur, James
Miles, Velson A.
Miller Charles P
Miller, G.
Miller, Samuel W
Mitchell, George
Mitchell, w
Monahan, Deane
Morgan, George H
Morgan, Harry H
Morgan, jr., Joseph
Morse, Charles E
Mount, George F
Muir, Charles H.

Neill, Thomas H
Newton, John
Newton, Richard C.
Nixon, John B
Noble, Charles H
Nordstrot, Charles E
Nye, Frank E

O'Brien, L. M
O'Brien, Michael J
O'Connell, John.
Ogle, Alfred McC

---(XI) 76 Russell, Andrew H.

(III) 76 (1) 75 Sacket, Delos B

22, (XII) 76 (XIV) 76 Salor, N.

--(IV) 29 XIII 25 Sauborn, Washington I (VIII) 76 (VI) 76 Sanger, Louis H.

-(XIII) 76 76 Sampson, W. T..

May 26. XIII) 25 Schwatka, Frederick

(XI) 76 --(X76 Scott, Robert N.

-(V) 76 -(III, XII) 76 Seton, Henry

(VI) 76 (I) 114 Seriven, George P

(VI) 76 May 26. Sharp, Thomas

(VIII) 76 X 76 Simpson, James F

(III, XII) 76 -IV 76 Sinclair, James B.

(XIII) 76 (II) 74 Sinclair, William

(V) 76 Smiley, Samuel E.

(II) 74 (XII) 76 Smith, Charles S

May 26. May 26, (VII 76 Smith, Gilbert C.

-(1) 76 (II) 76 Smith, Joseph R

(II) 76 (X) 76 Smith, Simeon

(XIII) 76 VIT 76 Smyth, William H.

(XII) 76 (XIV 76 Sparrow, Solomon E

(VIII) 76 -(IX) 76 Spencer, James H

-(X) 76 Stedman, Clarence A

(V) 76 (XIII) 25 Stolbrand, Vasa E

(XII) 76 -(II) 74' Stoll, Walter R.

(XII) 76 (XII) 76 Stretch, John F

(VII) 76 (XII) 76 Strong, Norton.

(IT) 76 Summers, John E.

(II) 76 (X) 76 (XIII) 25 Taylor, Arthur W

(II) 76 (XIII) Taylor, Joseph H. March 16, (XII) 76 (VII) 76 Thomas, Earl D

-(IV76 --(I) Thurston, Walter A.

(V) 76 -(XII) 76 Tidball, John C...

(V) 76 (1 Tourtellotte, John E

(X) 76 -(XIII) 25 Towsley, Charles D.

(II) 74 (V) 76 (11) 74 Uio, James

(VI) 76 XIII. 76 (XII) 25 Valois, Gustavus

76 -(XIV) 76 Vance, Duncan M

-(VII) 76 (XIII) 25 Van Horn, James J.

(VIII) 76 (VII) 70. Van Horn, Thomas B_

-(XI) 76 (X, XIII) 76 Vilas, William F.

(I) 93 (IX, XI) 76 Vulkmar, William J... 46, (VIII, XI) 76

-(I) 35
-(IX) 76 Waite, H. de H

-(XIII) 25 (V) 76 Webster, George ().

-(1) 35 (XIII) 76 Weeks, Harrison S.

(IV) 76 -(II) 74 Weisman, HI

(XIII) 25 Whipple, Charles W.

-(III) 76 (IV) 29 Whipple, Herbert S.

(I) 74 (II) Whitside, Samuel M.

(IV) 76 25 Wilkerson, M. C..

(XIII) 25 (IX) 76 Willcox, Cornélis De W

--(I) 74 Williams, Arthur

(VI) 76 76 Williston, Edward B.

(V) 76 76 Woodard, Charles G

(VI) 76 76 Woods, Charles R

76 (VIII 76 Wooley, Frederick.

76 -(III) 114 Wright, William M.

(X) 76 76 -(XIV) 76 Young, Andrew H.

-(IX) 76

Paddock, Richard B
Page, J. H
Palen, Vincent
Palmer, George H
Palmuer, I. N
Pardee, Julius H
Parker, Charles F.
Parker, L. 0
Parker, Montgomery D
Parmenter. Almon L
Piatt, Benjamin M
Pierce, F. E.
Pierce, Jacob R..
Pitcher, W. L
Plummer, Edward H
Pollock, Elwin
Pope, James W
Popper, Charles
Potter, Joseph A
Price, David.
Prine, Nathaniel
Putnam, George I.

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Ralston, DC
Ramsey, Frank De W
Randall, A. E
Raymond, Henry I
Reilly, James W
Richards, William V.
Ripley, Henry L.,
Rockwell, Almon F
Rogers, William P.
Romero, M
Rowani, Hamilton
Runkle, Benjamin P

INDEX

OF

GENERAL ORDERS AND CIRCULARS.

Adjutant General's Office, 1885.

SUBJECTS.

Nore.— The somam figu." 8 ofer to the mumber of the let in the Orders nad to the prayer of

Cerulurs.

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ACCOUNTS.

All, and claims tor transmission of telegranis oli official business sent and

received by utlicers of the Army since the 1st day of July, 188), are due
and payable from the appropriation pay, dt., of the Army; all such, &c,
for transmission of telegranis over the lines of the bonded Pacific rail-

roails will be transmitted to the 2d Auditor for adjustment
(See DisBU USING OFFICERS)
Aniends paragraph 1370 of the Regulations, respecting the inspection of
the money, of ilisbursing officers

96 ACTING ASSISTANT SURGEON.

Decision that the expenditure for a burial eusket for an, is not a proper

charge against the appropriation for the Q. M. Department -- TIRCULARI) 12 ACTS OF CONGRESS.

An act relative to the Inspector-General's Department of the Army--ip-
proved February 5, 1885.

(117
An act for the relief of Charles M. Blake, a chaplain in the United states
Armiy-approved January 23, 1887_.

(11) 17 An act to authorize a retired list for privates and non-commissioned officers

of the United States Army who have served for a period of thirty years
or upwards-approved February 14, 1885.

18 An aci making appropriations for fortifications and other works of definise,

and for the armament thereof for the fiscal year ending Jone thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and eighty-six, and for other purposes--approved

March 3, 1885
An act making appropriations for the support of the Army for the fiscal

year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, and for
other purpuses-Approved March 3, 1885

28 An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations

for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty

five, and for prior years, and for other purposes--approved March 3, 1X*5 An act making appropriations for the legislative, executive, and judicial

expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and eighty-six, and for other purposes-approved

March 3, 18-5
An act providing for the erection of a building to contain the records,

library, and museum of the Medical Department, l'uited State Army
approved March 2, 1885

1 31

29

--(II) 31

I) 35

(II) 35

-(I) 38

ACTS OF CONGRESS-Continued.

An act to authorize an additional appointment on the retired list of the

Army-approved March 3, 1885
An act to provide for the settlement of the claims of officers and enlisted

men of the Army for loss of private property destroyed in the military
service of the United States--approved March 3, 1887

(III) 31
An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government

for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-
six, aud for other purposes--approved March 3, 1885.--

32
An act to authorize the Secretary of War to relinquish and turn over to the

Interior Department certain parts of the Camp Douglas Military Reser-

vation in the Territory of Utah-approved January 21, 1885.
An act for the relief of the sufferers by loss of the Government steamer J.

Don Cameron-approved February 27, 1885.
An act granting right of way to the Fremont, Elk Horn and Missouri Val-

ley Railroad Company across the Fort Robinson Military Reservation, in
the State of Nebraskit--approved January 20, 1885

--(III 35
An act to anthorize the construction of bridges across the Mississippi River,

one within the State of Minnesota and one between the States of Minne-

sota and Wisconsin-approved January 21, 1885
An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Mississippi River
at Memphis, Tennessee- approved February 28, 1885

(11) 38
An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Saint Croix

River at the most accessible point between Stiilwater and Taylor's Falls,
Minnesota-approved February 25, 1885.

(11) 38
An act to anthorize the construction of a bridge across the Mississippi River

at Rock Island, Illinois, and Davenport, Iowa, and to establish it as a
post-route-approved March 3, 1885.

(IV) 38
An act to give the issent of Congress to the construction of a railroad

bridge by the East and Middle Tennessee Railroad Company over the
Cumberland and Caney Fork Rivers-approved March 3, 1885 -

-(V) 38
An act to empower the Secretary of War to permit the establishment, under

certain conditions, of a horse-railway upon and over the island of Rock
Island, and the bridges erected by the United States connecting the cities

of Davenport and Rock Island therewith--approved March 3, 1887
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT,

Appropriatlons for contingent expenses of the, at headquarters of divisions
and departments

28
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE.
(See CLERKS, RENT).

.30
ADJI TANTS GENERAL

Decision as to the designation of assistant, at division or department head-
quarters.

CIRCULAR (IV) 11
ADVERTISEMENTS.
See AWAGDN OF (OXTRACTS)

CIRCULAR (I) 3
ADVERTISING.
Amends Regulations respecting,

1
AGENTS.

(See REGULATIONS)
AGREEMENT.

Publishes, providing for the reciprocal crossing of the international boundary

line by the troops of the United States and the Republic of Mexico in pur-
suit of hostile Indians until November 1, 1886

114
AID-DE-CAMP.

Appointment of Captain George W. Davis, 14th Infantry, as, to the Lieu-
tenant General, vieo Major William J. Volkmar, resigned as A.D.C.

46
AIDS-DE-CAMP.
Respecting the selection of, by major and brigadier general's.

85
Relieves Lieut, fol. James F. Gregory, ('aptain, Corps of Engineers, and

George W. Davis, Captain, 141h Infantry, from duty as, to the Lieutenant
General Amended-Seel. (). No. 102.)

97
Announces the appointment of Captain Sunford ('. Kellogg, 5th Cavalry,

and Captain Stantope E. Blunt, Ordnance Department, aids to the Litu-
tenant Gen ral

115

-(VI) :38

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

9

(I) 31

AMMI'NITIOX.
Amends the Regulations respecting, for target practice

-42
Decision respecting the allowance of, for the trial of magazine rifles, &c.,

CIRCULAR (II) 1
Decision respecting the authorized allowance of rifle and carbine, CIRCULAR (II) 5
Decision respecting allowance of,

CIRCULAR (11) 9
APPLIANCES.
Appropriation for, for disabled soldiers..

_32
APPOINTMENTS.
(See RETIRED LIST)

-(II) 31
Announces, &c., in the Army

76
APPROPRIATION.

Act making an, of $200,00, for the erection of a building to contain the

records, library, and museum of the Medical Departinent, U. S. Army --
An att muking, for the relief of the sufferers by loss of the Government
steamer J. Dun Cameron

(II) 35
APPROPRIATIONS.

Act making, for fortifications and other works of defense, and for the arma-

ment thereof, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1*86, and for other pur-
poses

26
Act making, for the support of the army for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1886, and for other purposes

28
Act making to supply deficiencies in the, for the fiscal year ending
June 31., 1881, and for prior years, and for other purposes.

29
Act making, for the legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the Guy-

ernment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1886, and for other purposes -30
Act making, for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1886, and for other purposes

_32
ANEMOMETERN.
(See TARGET PRACTICE).

CIRCULAR (IT) 5
ARMORIES.

Act making appropriations for, and arsenals for fiscal year ending June 30,

IRO
ARMS.

Decision respecting the right of colleges or universities, having rotired
Arniy officers detailed thereat, to Government-

CIRCULAR (I) 8
ARMY
Act making appropriations for the support of the,

28
Act authorizing an additional appointment on the retired list of the,
Assignment of Cadets to corps and regiments in the,
Antinces promotions, appointinents, &c., in the,

_76
ARMY AND NAVY HOSPITAL.
Act making appropriations for the,

32
ARMY MEDICAL MUNEUM.
Appropriation for the,

28
ARRENT.

Decision respecting the, of a soldier in the residence of a citizen outside the
limits of a reservation...

CIRCULAR (II) 6
ARSENALS.
Act making appropriations for, for fiscal year ending June 30, 1886.

32
ARTIFICIAL LIMBS.

Appropriation for furnishing, &c
ARTILLERY.

Exchange of stations of the 2d and 3d Regiments of,
ARTILLERY SCIT001.
(See REG'LATIONS).

108
Authorizes the appointment of a board of three officers to attend the exam-

inations at the close of each two years'course of instruction at the, and
the School of Application...

.126
ATTORNEY GENERAL.

Act directing the, to proceed against the warrantury of lots Nos, 6 and 7 in

square No. 169, Washington, tu recover back certain taxes paid on said
lots by the l'is

29
AWARD OF CONTRACT.

Decision respecting the wording of the advertisements and circulars for
articles to be bid for, &c..

CIRCULAR (1) 3

(IT) 31

74

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