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No. of paragraph.
Absence. (See Leaves of absence.)
from vessels at vight not permitted unless...

133
on leave, Department to be informed of.....

234
Abstracts, monthly, full steam to be noted in ...............

257
Abuses, correction of ............

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276
Accounts against vessels...

110
and bills, not to be kept with merchants........

50
Acts of Congress, references to-
concerning carrying lights on vessels at night..........

223
concerning vessels wrecked ........

19
relative to flags and ensigns ......

201
relative to organization of revenue marine service..... 18, 19
relative to removing timber from public lands .............

relative to slave trade.......
Addresses of officers not on duty, Department to be advised of......

146
Advances not to be made without authority ......

76
Advertisements ......

...40, 41, 42, 47
for yearly supplies, when issued ........
in what newspapers inserted .........

42
Ages of persons shipped ........

347, 348
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Allowance of water ..

238
Alterations in bull, rigging, &c., not to be made, except.......

243
deemed necessary, to be reported to Department....

243
Ammunition, gunner held responsible for its condition .........,

340
Anchor, boatswain to bave properly secured...........

336
Anchoring, executive officer to have charge of deck while.........

288
&c., second lieutenant to superintend....

313
Appeals, when allowed.......

207
Applicants for appointment or promotion. (See Candidates.)
Appointments :

persons receiving, to take the oath
letter of exceptance of, to be forwarded
board of officers to examine candidates.....
original, third lieutenant and second assistant engineer to be

highest grades of
not assured by satisfactory examination ...
reqnisites for.....

preference given to most skillful .....
Arm chest, key of, where kept ...

289
Arms of vessels to be kept in good order ......

222
inspection of ..

412
Arrest and suspension.....

205, 211
Articles for public use :

certifying officer to be accountable for those received by him ........ 65
sale of, to be authorized by Department ......

66
furnished vessels in distress, how to be accounted for...........

113
furnished revenue vessels not to be condemned, unless .......

119
to be accounted for........

118
to be inspected ...................

119
to whom delivered by contractor..

120
by contractor to be rece

120
condemned by survey returned to contractor......

122
list of, when and to whom furnished......

193
taken from vessels seized, lists of to be delivered to authorities.
Assistant Engineer. (See Engineers, assistant.) ......

379-386
Auctions, when allowed ....

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No. of paragraph.
Bags, white, to be kept clean ---

158
Ballast, provisions, &c., second lieutenant to stow in hold

310
Bedding, care of......................

161
Berth deck to be kept clean and dry ....................

181
Bids, regulations concerning..........................

, 28, 29, 30, 31
for repairs ..............................

..... 54, 55
Bidders for supplies to be furnished lists of articles..

41
when of doubtful ability, fact to be reported...
Bills or invoices to accompany articles furnished ........

52, 120
how made out ...............

4:3, 45
and vouchers ............

43-46
for labor, materials, and supplies, by whom to be certified.

44
to be approved by Department before payment .......

46
and accounts, not to be kept with merchants and others...
of stations, watch and quarters to be posted up......

216
no officer to receive money on, if certified by himself...

191
may be drawn in case of shipwreck in foreign waters ...

237
to be certified and entered previous to exchange of commanding officer.. 241
watch, fire, and cleaning.....

265
quarter, fire and station, officers to have correct copies of......... 282
quarter, fire, station and mess, executive officer to make out .....
quarter, fire, station, and mess, to be conveniently placed for in-
spection of crew, &c..........

216, 285
quarter, fire, station, and mess, changes in to be noted........... 285

quarter, fire, and for engineer's department, by whom made out...
Boards of examiners of candidates........
of survey, certificate of required with application for sick leave.....

of whom to consist, in case of sickness of officer .......... 103, 104

certificate of, to accompany application for change of station 103
Boarding, searching, &c., rules for .........................................

196-199
Boats, of vessels to be kept in good condition ...............................

223
not to be kept on shore at late hours of the night.........

179
crew of, not to be away from vessel at meal times except .....

180
supply of water and provisions and a compass to be taken in certain

280
sails of, to be kept in readiness for use .......

280
strange, coming alongside to be reported

287 301
with stores, to be cleared at once..........

301
leaving ship, to have proper crews, &c......

302
to be kept in readiness for lowering ......

305
to be properly secured by boatswain .....

336
officers in, meeting and passing to salute,

407
officers in, inferior to yield to superior ........

407
not to remain at gangway or at booms when....
Boatswain, morning and evening reports of..........

273, 334
his duties.....................

329-341
to examine all articles and stores received for his departm

ment..

329
to be held responsible for all articles of his department

330
to report neglect of persons in charge of his stores.........

332
to be generally on deck, &c...............................

335
to examine rigging before 74 a. m. .....

336
to be attentive to working up of junk.........

337
Books, kind of, kept on revenue vessels.....

203
stowage capacity to be entered in ........

311
shipping to be kept ................................................

244
of requisitions, how kept....

194
bills against vessel to be entered in, upon exchange of commanding
officer .......................................

241
for night orders ........................................

252
expenditures of stores entered in .......
second lieutenant to have charge of........

316, 317
ship's log, second lieutenant to keep...

319
log, quantity of ammunition used to be entered in

339
inspection of.........

412
Booms, to be properly secured by boatswain ...

336
Boxes, of supplies to be marked....

51
Boys, rate of pay of, how fixed........

106

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No. of paragraph.
Boys, entitled to one navy ration per day, except........

115
entitled to commutation of rations, when attending officers' messes.... 116
confinement of, not to exceed one week except ........

142
requirements of, for enlistment ........

347-348
duties of...........................

349
to mess with crew ........

349
Bucket boards, immersion of, when to be noted ......

373
Buoys, anchor and life, gunner to bave charge of ..

338
Bunkers, capacity of, to be reported .........

376
of coal, to be examined on arrival in port..

366
temperature of, to be tested and reported when ......

369

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Cabinet officers, honors to....

389
Cables to be secured below, &c....

313
Caudidates for appointment or promotion, to be examined........ .........

Department reserves right of selection .....
(as third lieutenant and second assistant engineer)
requirements of ...

7,8
or promotion, most skillful to have preference....

to forfeit right of examination when
producing false certificates or state-

ments, rejected .....
Captain. (See Commanding officer.)
Carpenter, evening and morning reports of.........

273
duties of ...

329-341
to examine all articles and stores received for his departmen

329
to be held responsible for all articles of his department.....

330
to report misconduct of person having charge of his stores...

332
to report to executive officer morning and night.......

334
to report to first lieutenant, daily, condition of masts and yards. 341
to keep hose and pumps ready for use........

341
to keep boats, oars, ladders and gratings in good order..

341
to examine sides and decks and report when caulking is required.. 341
Casks of supplies, to be marked..........................
Caulking, when required, to be reported by carpenter...............

341
Censure of superiors by inferiors forbidden ............

152
Ceremonies and honors....................................................

387-410
at the gangway..........................

397-401
Certificate of board of survey, to accompany application for sick leave...... 87
Chafing, sails and rigging to be protected from ......

226, 314
Change of station, not to be solicited except .......

103
Charge, separate one to be made for each offense................

211
Charges, malicious or frivolous to be punished..............

140
copy of, to be furnished officers arrested.........

207
Charts of coasts visited, second lieutenant, to examine and correct.

315
and waters of harbors, officers to familiarize themselves with.

411
Cheering as a compliment, not allowed...

406
Chief Engineer. (See Engineer, chief.)
Cigars and pipes, lighting and smoking of ............

250
Civil authorities, to be assisted by officers ....

170
Cleaning bills.......................................................

265
Cleanliness of the men to be observed.....

306
Claims in case of deceased persons ................

73,74
Claims, security required in certain cases.

75
to be approved by Department before payment..

46
Clothes line .........

159
not to be hung on rigging........................

159
to be shaken and aired often...

161
to be mended on Saturdays........

162
bags, piped up on Saturdays...........

162
Clothing for each day, kind of, commanding officer to name

* 177
Coal, not to be taken on board wet, and to be kept dry...

258
remainder of old supply to be used before new...

258
chief engineer held responsible for use of ......

358, 364
to examine expenditure of daily ...

358, 361
amount in bunkers to be examined on arrival in port ..

366

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No. of paragraph.
Coal account to be kept of amount expended in aiding distressed vessels. .... 378
capacity of bunker for, to be reported...

376
Code, Rogers's Commercial, adopted .......
Collectors of customs to direct in writing special duties of officers ........

to be furnished Rules and Regulations of Revenue Marine

Service ............................
to recommend superintendents of repairs in certain cases.
to pay officers and crew monthly ....
to retain transcripts as vouchers.....
duty of, in case of claims for pay of deceased seamen...
not to pay bills until authorized by Department....
purchase of supplies by ....
to obtain proposals for repairs...
to execute contracts for repairs...
to be attentive to repairs of vessels ....
to furnish certificates of last payment to officers........ 172
to keep record of officers “on leave” or “waiting orders”. 174
to transmit monthly, abstract journals ..

204
to admit the sick to marine hospital..

246
Collisions, prevention of.....

413
lantern to prevent ....

260
Colors, times for hoisting and flying.....

143
Combustion, spontaneous, accidents from .......
Commanding officer to superintend repairs....

to report officers incapacitated for duty...
to forward to Department messages from the enemy....
duty of, in case of murder on board....

97
to preserve and transmit papers of seized vessels......

101
may rate and disrate petty officers and crew....

108
to be accountable for all provisions delivered ...,

110
to examine returns and expenditures, requisitions for sup-
plies, and accounts against vessels.

110
to account for provisions furnished vessels in distress.... 113
to forward to collector estimates of expenses incurred while
assisting distressed vessels

114
to account for supplies, &c., for their vessels

118
to inspect supplies when delivered.

119
to order survey of provisions ...

125
to allow cook to purchase extras ........

127
to transmit communications ...

138
to purchase supplies, when..........

48, 49
to report needed repairs.......
to give orders for night in writing .......

151
may permit lights in officers' apartments..

167
arrest and suspension by ...........

206
duties of ..........
on joining vessel to examine her condition and report
held responsible for discipline ......

213
to be vigilant in boarding and examining vessels .

213
to be vigilant.......

200
to set example of good conduct

214
to suppress dissolute and immoral practices ......

214
to institute police regulations ...............

215
to post up bills of watch, &c.........

216
to direct exercises at the guns.......

in reefing, furling, &c ................
to have small arms kept in order ....................... 222
to have boats in good condition.......

223
to keep vessel in good condition for active service ....... 224
to protect sails and rigging from chafing................ 226
to have lead hove frequently on soundings .............. 227
responsible for the navigation of his vessel.........

228
to report violation of acts of Congress requiring showing
of night lights........

229
only, to order punishment inflicted...................... 230
to direct kind of clothing to be worn daily.............. 177
to keep vessel in good sanitary condition................ 187
to watch habits and guard health of crew .............. 187-188
to make requisition for furniture, fitments, &c........... 190

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