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Army, (continued.) .

Army, (continued.)
rations of enlisted men,.. ......

President authorized to employ the militia,
clothing........

military and naval forces, and to ask for
rations to be issued in kind; commuta

and accept volunteers,.................... ... 176
tion value fixed,.......

to be organized under the act of March
officers to perform ali military duties to

6, 1861........................................... 176
which they may be assigned............

pay and allowances and time of service, 176
Secretary of War to proscribe rules for

volunteer troops in the State of Missouri
the general government of the army,

may be received and mystered into the
quartermasters and commissaries to

service in companies, &c., with their ofi-
give bond,............

cers....... ...

... . .. 151
not to be concerned in certain pur-

may be attached to brigades or diris-
chases or sales,........
rules and articles of war of the United

appointment of field officers...............
States declared to be of force,.........

organization of battalions into regi-
amendment of .............

ments,.........................................
only such troops as are needed to be

vacancies amongst commissioned off.
called into the service..........

cere ; how filled, .............................
ono brigadier general added to those

volunteers for local defence and special ser-
heretofore authorized, .........

vice. See Local Defence, and,..............
may be assigned to the duty of ad-

increase of the corps of artillery............... 188
1 jutant and inspector general,.....

appointment of superintendents of armo.
commissions to officers of the United

ries and master armorers, ..................... 188
States army who have resigned and

aids-de-camp for President's personal staff, 188
been appointed to original vacancies

additional sergeant allowed each company, 188
in the ariny of the Confederate States,

clothing for the army,..
to bear one and the same date..........

civilians may be appointed as staff offi- ..
oath prescribed for officers, non-com-

cers,...............................................171, 209
missioned officers, musicians and

appointments of adjutants of regiments and
· privates,.........................

legions of the grade of subaltern........... 209
increase of the military establishment,......

reception and forwarding of private contri-
rank of “general " established as the

butions for the army,.......

su urmy,.......................... 209
highest military grade, .........

officers to affix signature of President to
on what general officers conferred, .........

commissions in the army,....................... 222
assignment of general officers to com-

chief bugler or principal musician to each
mands. Their pay and allowances,....

regiment, ..........................................

... 222
aids-de-camp, ........

re-organization of troops re volunteering or
appointments to the rank of general....... 115

re-enlisting at the expiration of their
increase of corps of engineers,... ...........

present term of service.......................... 223
increase of quartermaster general's de-

Vacancies filled by promotion,............ 223
partment,............

vacancies in the lowest grade of com-
increase of the medical department ......

missioned officers, filled by election, 223
military storekeepers; their pay and al-

officers of certain State troops turned
lowances, ..........................

over to the Confederate States, ap-
quartermaster sergeant and ordnance ser-

pointed, &c., as heretofore,....... 223-224
geant added,.......

rank and pay of certain officers who com-
hospital stewards; pay and allowances... 115 . menced service before receiving their
State cadets to be attached to companies

commission 8,..................................... 225
as supernumerary officers, with the

recruiting and enlisting men for companies
rank of cadet,................................. 113

115 . reduced by death and discharges........... 226
monthly pay,......

..........
115

company commisssioned officers to be
competency for promotion,. ........... 115)

detailed for this duty,.................... 226
assignment of officers to staff duty........

appointment of officers of engineers. Num-
bountios to enlisted men.............

ber, rank and pay............................ 237-238
additional company of sappers and bom-

temporary rank and command on officers of

• the army on duty in the several bureaus
vehicles, arms, pontoons, &c., for the

of the adjutant and inspector general,
service of said company..............

chief of engineers and chief of ordnance, 238
monthly pay of the officers and pri-

enlistment of men for temporary and spe-
vates................

cial service on the western waters. Offi-
allowances to the commissioned offi-

cers; pay and allowances..................... 341
cers, and forage,

appointment of major general and brigadier
rations and allowances of enlisted

general to the command of troops in Mis.
men,..............

souri; pay; staff,............................... 247
when subaltern of the line may be assigned

to be assigued to the duty of raising,
to the duties of adjutant,..........

&c., the forces in said State, ........... 248
certain battalions of volunteers allowed two

persons may be appointed and commission-
field officers,..................

ed as field officers or captains to raise

regiments, squadrns, &C..............
assistant adjutants general may be appoint-
ed for volunteer forces, ..........................

170

when appointments to expire.............

officer to receive an appointinont pro-
commissions to oficers to raise and com-
mand volunteer regiments, &c., of per-

portioned to the force he recruits...... 249
sons from Kentucky, Missouri, Maryland

when enlistments under the cow mission
or Delaware,......

of captains pot obligatory........ ...... 249

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Army, (continued.)

Assayers, (continued.)
appointment of officers of artillery above

oath,.

......... 192
the rank of captain in the provisional

duties,...

..... 192
army and in the volunteer corps.... ......... 249

salary,.......

.............. 192
President authorized to call upon the sevo-

term of office,.............
ral States for troops to serve three years

to defray the expenses of the assaying
or during the war, ...............

establishment,....

192
number of troops from each State....... 252

may employ workmen and inforior offi-
eg alizing of the troops according to

cers, ............

.............., ...... 192
white population, ..........

........... 252

· report of proceedings.............. 192
recruiting of companies of volunteers, now

subject to orders of the Secretary of the
in the service under enlistment for twelve

Treasury, ...........

......... 192
months, ............

............ 254?

appointment of assayer at New Orleans.
companies recruited may elect their

Duty; bond and oath,........

......... 253
commissioned officers, .......

to have charge of the mint edifice,
vacancies ; how filled,.........

tools, &c.,.....................

253
officers and privates may be detailed to

to defray expenses of the assaying es-
recruit for companies, Entitled to

tablishment,...................................

253
transportation, .............................

compensation, ..........

253
pay and bounty of enlisted recruits,......

to keep in good order the buildings and
original volunteers may re-enlist in the

other property,..

253
companies to be recruited,.............. 254

term of office, .......
to what number companies may be re-

may employ workmen and inferior offi-
cruited,..........

254
cers, .......... .........

253
when the recruited men of one compa-

report of his proceedings.................... 253
ay may combine with the recruits

assayer, bis subordinates, &c., subject
of other companies so as to form

to orders of the Secretary of the
complete companies......................... 254 )

Treasury, ................
when recruits may be assigned to other Assay Offices,
coinpanies,.............

............ 254 established at Charlotte and Dahlonega..... 192
term for which militia called into the ser-

established at New Orleans, ..................... 253
vice not to apply. to men drafted by the Assessments,
States, and furnished to the President on

of taxable property; wher, and by whom
his requisition.........
........... 255 made, ....

............. 176, 225
organization of Maryland Line,......

appeals from assessments, and for reduction
rank of commissioned officers continued in

of double tax,......

................ 179
service by re-election, to date from the

list of assessments and of the amount of
time of their original election or appoint-

tax to be furnished to the chief collector
ment, ............................................

of taxes, ......

179
details of persons from the ranks to serve

when list of real estate for assessment to be
in the offices of quartermasters and com-

made out,..........

................... 181

18
missaries at permanent posts and depots, 275 correction of errors in assessments,.. .........
act of January 22, 1862, providing for rais-

cash on hand or on deposit, subject to assess-
ing and organizing additional troops in

ment and taxation ...........
Missouri, repealed, ...........

securities for money to be assessed according
discharge of the “Lumberton Guards,” 2d

to their value,...........
regiment N. C. volunteers,....

extension of time for making assessments, 225
Arrest,

Secretary of the Treasury may make fur-
members of Congress privilegod from ......2, 13 ther extension,.......

....... 225
persons under arrest or process from the Assessors of Taxes. See Taces.

United States, continued in custody,...... 86 appointment,..................................., 178, 226
Arsenals. See Forts, Arsenals and Navy Yards. duties,. ...................

provision of Constitution as to places for... 15 compensation, ..........................................
acceptance of the cession of certain ar- Assistants,

sepals of the State of Arkansas,............ 154 Assistant Attorney General...................... 53
Articles of War,

Postmaster General,............................... 52
established by the laws of the United States,

Secretary of State............................. 42, 53
declared to be of force............

Secretary of the Treasury,............30, 31, 53
articles sixty one and sixty-two, abrogated,

Treasurer............

........ 57
other articles substituted,......

Secretary of War,.............

222
Artillery,

appointment of certain assistant secretaries
corps of; of whom to consist, ..........

made executive appointments,............... 241
companies of, may be equipped as light bat Attainder,

no bill of, to be passed..........................3, 15
pay of officers,...

Attorney General,
companies of light arıillery may be receiv-

office of, created....
ed into the service, .........

his salary,............
increase of the corps of, ................

may appoint a clerk,.................
appointment of officers of artillery above

gencral duties of,..........
the rank of captain, in the provisional

supervisory power over accounts of mar-
army and in the volunteer corps, ............ 249

shals, clerks and officers of the courts,
Assayers,

and of all claims against the Confederate
appointment of, at Charlotte and Dahlone-

States, .............
ga,...................................................... 192? may increase clerical force in bis depart-
bond,...

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Altorney General, (continued.)

Auditors of the Treasury, (continued.)
may employ laborers, and appoint a mes-

may send communications, relating to
senger, ........

........... 53

post-office business, free of charge... 114
appeal to, from decision cf Commissioner of

appointment of clerk to sign Auditor's
Patents, .........

.......... 138 . name, so as to frank mail matter, ...........
proceedings on appeal,.............

Second Auditor.
his duties in relation to the publication of 3

appointment..........................
the laws and resolutions of Congress, and

duties,........................
treaties.....

..............172, 277

salary,.....
to appoint law clerk in Department of Jus-

clerks; their salaries........

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claims for money against the Confe

States, and of citizens of the Confederate
States against the United States, to be
tiled in his office,' ........... ................. 199

proof of such claims, .........
report thereon by Attorney General to

Bail,
Congress, .............

.... 199

excessive bail not to be required...............4, 16
to represent the interest of the Government Bail Bonds,
in all cases arising under the sequestra-

given to answer any charge under process
tion act........................ .......... 205-206

from the United States Courts, to be
to prescribe uniform rules of proceeding

obligatory,..

......... 86
under the said act,.......... .......... 206 Bakeries,
Assistant Attorney General to be appointed.

to be established........... ............ 214
His salary,............

........... 53 Bankruptcy,
dttorneys. See Attorney General. District

Congress may establish uniform laws on the
Attorneys.

subject of .............................

..............2, 14
for the court of admiralty at Key West, }
Florida,.....

é ce payment to, of advances made by them to

the Government, ......
fees of attorneys of the Confederate

,
;

appropriation to pay interest due the banks
States,........................................ 67-68, 813

at Memphis............
appointment of an attorney in each section
in which a district court is held, and in

Beauregard, General G. T.
which no attorney of the Confederate

thanks of Congress to.........................163, 212
States resides,.........

.......... 263 Bill of Attainder,
his duties, .........

not to be passed by Congress,...................3,
compensation, ..........

263 Bills,
claims of attorneys of alien enemies for fees,

3 for raising revenue to originate in the House
or commissions on the funds in their

of Representatives, ...........
hands, .........................

265 when a bill becomes a law........................2, 13
to give information to receivers of property

veto by President,....................... ..........2, 13
under their control, of alien enemies,

o Bills of Execeptions, .
and render an account thereof,............... 201

"} allowed to the Supreme Court from deci-
Auditors of the Treasury.

sions of district courts in certain Indian
First Additor.

territories ......................................27+275
appointment................

...........

30 Bonds,
salaries,.................... *****

............30, 53

of custom-house officers,.........
duties, .........

of additional officers in the Quartermaster's
may admi:ister oaths, ........

315 Commissary's and Medical Departments,
clerks and employees in his office and their

of quartermasters and commissaries, .........
salaries, ............... .............52, 252, 259 of assistant treasurer,.......
to audit the accounts of the Post-Office De-

of marshals and clerks of district courts,...
partment, ....

of clerk of the Supreme Court,...............
appeal allowed to the comptroller of

suits on official bonds of officers, in what
. . the Treasury..

113

court to be instituted,
report by Auditor to the Postmaster

to prosecute writ of error to the Supreme
General, ........

113

Court in civil cases,..........
to keep accounts and vouchers and re-

given for appeal, &c., in cases transferred
port delinquencies of postmasters,.... 113 to the Supreme Court to remain in force,. $5.
to close accounts quarterly, ................

of owner of vessel on taking out letters of
to register, cbarge and countersign

marque and reprisal,............................. 101
warrants, &c.,...........

............... 113

of Commissioner of Patents and chief clerk
to state and certify quarterly accounts

in his office,...........

.............. 136
of the moneys paid,

114 official bonds of clerks and marshals, where
to superintend the collection of debts,

deposited, ...
penalties and forfeitures, and direct

suit may be maintained on a copy,.....; 156
suits,......

.............. 114

. when necessary to produce the original
I to have charge of lands and other

and how obtained,......

158
property assigned or conveyed to the

of collectors of taxes,..............
Confederate States in payment of

of military storekeepers of ordnance......... 188
debts due on account of the Post-

of assayers, .............
Otice Department, and to sell and is of marshal of district court in certain In-
dispose of the same...r...
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Books

Cheatham, Brigadier General Benjamin F.
purchased by the committee appointed to

thanks of Congress to, and his command,... 289
revise the laws of the United States to be Cherokees, i
delivered to the Secretary of Congress,... 157

treaty between the Confederate States and,
*Bounties,

of October 7th, 1862, ........................... 394
allowed for persons on board of armed ves-
sels of the United States burnt, sunk or

Chickasaws. See Choctaws and Chickasaws.
destroyed; to be paid by Secretary of the Choctaws,

Treasury, ......................................... 102 appropriation to pay interest upon stocks
to enlisted men...............

115

of State of Virginia,...........
when allowed for prisoners captured on

Choctaws and Chickasaws,
armed ships or vessels.............
granted to privates, musicians and non-

treaty between the Confederate States and,

of July 12th, 1861,................. ........... 311
oommissioned officers,. .........
allowed seamen,..............

......... 241-242 Citizenship,
to recruits,........

...... 248, 254

see Naturalization and,..... ................189-190
to State troops who re-enlist in the service

Civilians,
of the Confederate States....................256-257
when to be paid to soldiers enlisting for the

may be appointed staff officers. Their rank

and pay,........................................171, 209
war, or recruited, .........
****................. 278

appointments of certain officers in the navy
Breaches,

may be made from civil life,............. 229
amount recoverable in suits for breach of

Claims,
covenant,........
Bread.

supervising power of Attorney General
to be furnished troops in the field,............ 214

over, .........

....... 33
Buglers,

provision for the auditing and paying cer-

tain claims against Congress,...............
appointment of chiof bugler or principal

auditing of claims of the States against the
musician to each regiment,.....

Confederate Government, .....................
Bureau of Engineers,

in auditing the claims of certain States re-
clerical force increased.............................

ference to be had to the special compacts
Bureaus,

• with those States, .........
of the Treasury Department, ..............

proof,............
of the War Department,...... ...................

restriction as to amount............
of the Post-Office Department.............

auditor to make special report to Con-
of Public Printing, .........

gress, ......
of Indian Affairs, ........

notice to Executive of each State to
Light-house bureau established, ..........

forward claims,...........

......................... 197
Patent Office bureau established, ........

for money against the Confederate States to

be filed in the effice of the Attorney Gon-
eral,....

........... 199
proof,.......
report thereon by Attorney General to
Congress, .........

199
Cadets,

of citizens of the Confederate States against
State cadets attached to companies as super-

the United States may be filed in the office
numerary officers, with the rank of cadet, 115

• of the Attorney General,........................
monthly pay,...........

115

proof,.............................................. 199
competency for promotion, ...........

when Attorney General to pass upon
from North Carolina Institute received into

and report such claims,...

199
the service, ..........

of citizens of the United States who have

rendered postal service under the United
Cavalry,

States Government, to be presented. veri-
regiments of; of what officers, &c., to con-

fied, &c., to the Post-Office Department... 200
siat..............................................48, 114

oath of claimant, .............

200
pay of officers.......... .................49, 114

report thereof by Postmaster General, 200
equipments to be furnished volunteer caval-

for postal service, when barred,................ 200
ry companies..........

......... 213

Secretary of War to audit the claims of as-
Caveats. See Patents,

sistant quartermasters general, commissa-
specifications, &c., of inventions and use-

ries general and surgeous for a certain
ful discoveries, filed in the office of the

period,

............... 241
Attorney General, to operate as a caveat,.. 93 of attorneys, agents or trastees of alien
Census,

enemies for fees or commissions on the
when to be taken,..............

funds in their hands, may be allowed by
Chaplains,

the courts, ............

.......... 265
appointed for the army,....

...... 99 Clerical Force,
may be assigned to regiments, brigades or

created for the several Executive Depart-
posts, ..........

ments,..........

............52-53
when appointinents to expire,.................. 99 may be increased............... ............. 53
monthly pay,.......................................99, 116 in the office of the Second Auditor of the
allowed ratione,...............

210
Treasury,.......

151
for vessels of the navy about to depart

increase of, in the War Department,...... 194-195
beyond the limits of the Confederate

in the Post-Office Department,............... 252
States,..

229 in the Treasury Department,................. 259
pay and emoluments.............

in the office of Secretary of Congres 8....... 164

eral..................................................

......... 199

199

115

212

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Clerks,

Coin,
appointment and salaries of, in State De- } provisions in Constitution respecting........ 16
partment,... ..............

............30, 52 counterfeiting of, may be punished by Con-
in the Treasury Department,.............31, 52

gress,.....
in the Navy Department,................33, 53 laws of the United States in reference to "
in the P. O. Department,..33, 52, 57, 108-109 coin and coinage, declared to be in force, 62
in the Department of Justice,...........33, 53 silver coin issued under the act of the
in the War Department,................... 52

United States Congress, Feb. 21st, and
clerical force in the departments may be in-

March 31, 1863, made a legal tender....... 63
creased, ...........

foreign gold coin to pass current as money
in one bureau of the Post Office Department

at certain rates....... .........................63, 193
may be transferred to another,...............

gilver coin to pass current as money at cer-
clerk of court of admiralty at Key West,

tain rates,........

............. 63
Florida,..............

appropriations for the purchase of coin,.237, 257
of bureau of Indian Affairs,

Collection Districts,
one clerk to be appointed to aid each officer

of Sabine Pass established in State of Texas, 121
attached to the navy,.........

Sabine Pass the port of entry for said dis.
remedy against olerks of district courts for

trict, ................
failure to pay over money in their hands,

Collectors of Customs,
of district courts; by whom appointed,

to grant licenses to vessels entering waters
bond and security,............

of the Mississippi river,.........
of supreme court; by whom appointed, oath

manifest af cargo to be deposited with the
and bond,.........

collector,............
to be appointed to aid the First Auditor of

collector to certify and transmit manifest... 37
the Treasury,.

...... 114

may put inspector on the vessel, ...............
disbursing clerk for each of the depart-

penalty on master for failing to deposit
ments; salary,.....

manifest or refusing to receive inspector, 37
clerical force in the office of the Second

appointment of collectors; and their sala-
Auditor of the Treasury,.........

ries, ...............
Secretary of Congress may employ addi-

to take receipts in treasury notes from the
tion clerical force,.....

holders, .......................................
in Patent Office ; chief clerk to give

continued in office with their present sala-
bond............

........... 136, 143

ries,
of district courts to transmit testimony in

to enforce the existing revenue laws against
certain cases to the clerks of the State

all foreign countries except the State of
courts,...

Texas, .......

............. 92
of district courts to record title of books,

to deliver to commanders of vessels com-
&c.; fees,...........

missioned copies of instructions to the
to transmit list and copies aanually to

officers and crews,................................ 102
State Department, ..........................

appointment of collector for the district of
appointment of clerk to take charge of and

Sabine Pass, Texas, .....

................ 121
distribute articles for sick and wounded...

where to reside ; term of office; salary, 122
appointment of law clerk in Department of

excess of fees over salary to be paid
Justico,...

.............. 173

into the treasury,......
of clerks to commissioners to foreign na-

decision of, as to liability to or exemption

from duty of goods imported, final and
of district courts to record oaths of natu-

conclusive,........................................... 135
ralization and ind x same. Clerk's fee... 190

to take possession of, and sell certain un-
clerical force in the War Department, in-

claimed imported goods, .............
creased, .............
fees of, in admiralty cases,................ 195

Collectors of Taxes. See Taxes.
additional clerks in the Navy Depart-

appointment, .........
ment,...........

..........240-241 duties,...............................................
organization of clerical force in the Treasu-

bond,..................................
ry Department,

........... 259

oath of office,............. .................
appointment of clerk of Board of Commis-

to appoint assessors of taxes...................... 178
sioners under the Sequestration Act. Sal-

compensation,........

..................178, 191
ary, .......

property of, bound by statu'ory lien for
of district court in certain Indian territo-

taxes received,...
ries; terın of office,.............

272 appointment of distriot collectors may be
to act as register in chancery,............ 272 }

suspended when State assumes payment
where clerk's office to be kept. Com-

of the tax,.
pensation ; duties,.......

272 Commerce,
Clothing,

Congress may regulate............ ..........2, 14
volunteers entitled to money in lieu of,...45, 126 Commercial Agents,
yearly allowance of, to enlisted men of the

may be appointed by the President.......
army,........

......... 51

their fees, ..........
Secretary of War to provide and furnish

money obtained by fees to be reported to
- clothing for the army,.....

the Treasury Department, ....
commutation for, at what rate................ Commissaries,
allowance to certain Indian troops in lieu

bond,............

........... 51
of,....

auditing of claims of Commissary General, 341
Coasting Trade, .

at permanent posts and depois..............
vessels not enrolled or licensed may be em-

detail of persons from the ranks to serve in
ployed in,.........

their offices, .........

tions,........

...... 194

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