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REGULATIONS

FOR THE

ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES

1904

WITH AMENDMENTS TO

DECEMBER 31, 1905

WASHINGTON

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

1905

308395

WAR DEPARTMENT,

Document No. 230.

Office of the Chief of Staff.

War DEPARTMENT.

September 15, 1904. The PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES directs that the following Regulations for the Army be published for the government of all concerned, and that they be strictly observed. Nothing contrary to the tenor of these Regulations will be enjoined in any part of the forces of the United States by any commander whomsoever.

WM. H. TAFT,
Secretary of War.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

ARTICLE I.

Military discipline, 1-5.

ARTICLE II.

Precedence of regiments and corps, 6.

ARTICLE III.

Rank and precedence of officers and noncommis-

sioned officers, 7-12.

ARTICLE IV.

Command, 13-20.

ARTICLE V.

Appointment and promotion of commissioned

officers, 21-37.

ARTICLE VI.

Details, 38–42.

ARTICLE VII.

Chaplains, 43-46.

ARTICLE VIII.

Transfer or exchange of officers, 47, 48.

ARTICLE IX.

Leaves of absence to officers, 49–67.

ARTICLE X.

Officers traveling on duty, 68–75.

ARTICLE XI.

Retirement of officers, 76-78.

ARTICLE XII.

Resignation of officers, 79-82.

ARTICLE XIII.

Deceased officers, 83-87.

ARTICLE XIV.

Veterinarians, Cavalry and Artillery Corps, 88-92.

ARTICLE XV.

The post noncommissioned staff, 93–102.

ARTICLE XVI.

Detached soldiers, 103.

ARTICLE XVII.

Furloughs to soldiers, 104-111.

ARTICLE XVIII.

Transfer of enlisted men, 112, 113.

ARTICLE XIX.

Deserters, 114–132.

ARTICLE XX.

Retirement of enlisted men, 133–137.

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