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No. of paragraph.
Galley fire, when extinguished....

166
pipes and cigars not to be lighted at.

250
Gambling prohibited............

145
Gangway ceremonies....................

597-UT
General instructions............................

132-204
Generals, major, &c.. honors to....

390
General quarters, crew to be exercised at semi-monthly..................... 219
Getting under way, executive officer to have charge of

288
Governors of States and others, honors to........

389
Grade of officers...........
Gunner, duties of .......
to examine all articles for his department..........................

329
to be responsible for stores in his department.............

330
to report neglect .........

332
to report to executive officer morning and ev
to have charge of anchor and life buoys
to be held responsible for good condition of arms, &c........

340
Guns and equipments, care of.....

340
and gun carriages to be overhauled frequently.........

225
duties of officer commanding a division of...

306
to be kept in condition for action......

306

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29. 341

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338

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Hammocks, when to be scrubbed........

girt lines to be fitted up when..................................
to be lashed and stowed by day................................
to be piped up at daylight.........

when piped down ....
Health and habits of crew to be guarded....
Hold, ballast, water tanks, &c., to be stowed in.........................
Holds, to be kept clean........................

dry ...................................
Honors and ceremonies......................................... . ...

to President of United States.........
to Vice President of United States and others ..................
officers of Army, Navy, and marine service
captains and officers of revenue marine service..................

at gangway ............ ...........
Hospital fund, deductions for....

157
159
160
163
164
188

310
183, 184

186
387-410

387
388-390

394
395, 396
397-401

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391
233

80

412
412

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Independence day, celebration of........
Infected ports, visiting of......
Influence, political, otticers forbidden to use ....
Inspecting officer, duties of...

detail of by Department .
Inspections .......

of discipline...
general....

of material for repairs....
Instruments, inspection of .......
Intoxication, shipping while in a state of, forbidden .......

punishment for.....
Inventory of vessels, when and to whom furnished...

of property, forwarded upon exchange of commanders.....
Invoices to accompany articles furnished.............

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Jack-knives to be worn with lanyard.........
Journal, to be kept on board.............
abstract of, transmitted monthly ........

exercise of arms to be noted in........
abstract, to be made by third lieutenant ............................
Junk, boatswain to have worked up............

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Keys of magazine, &c., where kept..............

locker for...............
Knives, jack, to be worn with lanyard .......

sheath, use of forbidden .............

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289
279
154
154

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Lamps, spirit, not allowed on board...

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144
Land, shoals, rocks, &c., to be reported by watch officer .......

296
Language tending to dissatisfy crew, not allowed...................

141
Lantern, for convenience of smokers......................

250
at night, except..................................

260
Laws, violation of, to be reported..

276
Lead to be hove when on soundings at night.......

227
used on soundings.....

248
Leave of absence, application for in case of sickness...

length of.......
names of officers on, to be on collector's records..
commander may grant for one week...

234
for long time only granted by Department .......

234
Leave to engineers to go ashore..........

207
Letters from the enemy to be transmitted to Department...........

93
Liberty to go on shore, when granted ...............

235
Liberty-book to be in charge of executive officer...........................

281
Lieutenants, third, requirement for appointment as...........
Lieutenant, junior, to superintend serving out of rations........

109
to certify list of provisions furnished vessels in distress.. 113
of watch, duty of .......

....... 291-308
of a division, duty of.......................................

306
second, duties of ................. ............................

.309–324
to superintend stowing of hold....

310
to inspect stowage of hold frequently............

312
to see cables secured below ...........

313
to see preparations for anchoring, &c., made.............

313
to see rigging protected from chafe......

314
to examine charts and make corrections ...

315
to have compasses, log, and lead-lines, &c., kept in order. 316
to ascertain position of vessel when at sea ..........
to have charge of chronometer and instruments, books,

charts, &C............................................316, 317
to attend to sounding................

318
to warn commanding officer of danger to vessel.

318
to prevent waste of fuel and water.

322
if suspended, to deliver to successor books, &c...

323
third, duties of ..........

325-328
to write transcript of log.........

324
to make weekly and monthly abstracts of journal...

325
to have charge of and be responsible for provisions....

326
to superintend serving out of rations......................

326
to make quarterly return of rations......................

326
serving out of fuel and water.........

327
to perform duties assigned to him by commanding officer... 328
Lights to be extinguished at tattoo, except.

144
caution in use of......

144
commander may permit, in officers' apartments

167
violation of acts concerning the showing of, at night, to be reported. 229
concealment of.................

260
signal, in charge of officer of watch .

295
at peak, if captain be absent, at tattoo ..

402
signal, use of, to prevent collisions......

413
List of forms (page)..

52
Lime, use of, in purifying atmosphere.....

183
Lockers, chain, to be kept clear...

313
Log-book, exercises at arms to be entered on...

217.
punishments inflicted to be noted in .

230
full speed of steamers to be entered in ..

257
steam, daily examination of ...

262

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Log-book, deck, watch officer to keep .......

293
stowage of vessel to be entered in .....

311
ships, second lieutenant to keep........

319-324
and slate, all persons belonging to vessels to be entered on........ 320
items to be entered on .......

320
alterations after signature........

321
third lieutenant to write transcript of....

324
entry to be made of ammunition used.....

339
steam, when and how kept .......

371
engineer of watch to keep .......

384
Lookouts, duty of officer of watch concerning..

293

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Machinery, quarterly report upon condition of..

observations upon, in chjef engineer's reports........

inspection of.............
Magazine, opening of...........

opening of, precautions at........
key of, where kept.......

gunuer responsible for condition of......
Mail matter, delivery of, upon arrival in port.......
Masts and yards, carpenters to report condition of ......
Matches, lucifer, not allowed between decks, unless.....
Materials for repairs, inspection of ..
Medicine chest, when furnished......
Members of Congress not to be interested in contracts .......
Mending of clothes ........
Messages froni enemy to be sent to Department.........
Mess-bills, inaking and posting of..
Messes, utensils for......

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extra supplies for......
Messing of crew, executive officer to have charge of.......
Military honors and ceremonies.
Ministers of foreign states, honors to...
Minors, pay of...

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Money, advances of, not allowed, unless...

receipt of, by officer on bill certified by himself, forbidden.....
Murder..
Muster-roll, false...

keeping of, and copy of......
at quarters, times of.....
geueral ......
of the watch, times of.......

for inspection
Mutiny, suppression of ..............

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Nautical science, improvement in, encouraged
Naval officers, honors to..
Navigation of vessel, responsibility for..........
Navigator, who to bé........
Neglect, by superintendent of repairs, punishment of ........
Newspaper, Secretary to name, for advertising ........
Number and mark on packages of supplies...

67–70

76

191

97

91
244, 281

175
176
294
412

95

231
390
228
309
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Oath of office to be forwarded ........
Oath to be taken hy superintendent of repairs, if not an officer...
Oat-meal for firemen ........
Obedience to orders required .......
Offenders against United States law, apprehension of.
Offenses to be reported to Department ......

intercourse with the enemy......
making and signing false pay-roll..
· contemptuous treatment of superiors..

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No. of paragraph.
Offenses, felony on board to be promptly reported.... ........

96
felony at sea, confinement of offender......

96
murder..........

97
punishment for...........................

98
if light or trivial, officer not to be suspended.......

206
not to be allowed to accumulate without notice to offender...

210
passed unnoticed, not to be revived, except.......

210
of different character not to be embraced in same charge.......

211
Offensive matter, punishment for publication of .
Officers, appointed by the President.....

pay to commence from date of oath .....
rank and grade .........
boards to examine ..........
failing to appear for examination, dropped.......
designation of position on register....
failing to pass examination...
detail of, by Secretary of the Treasury...
traveling expenses of....
to have knowledge of revenue laws ....
transmission of official correspondence of...
special duties under direction of collector .......
to obtain and wear uniform on duty.........
not to be interested in coutracts .....
collusion by, when superintending repairs......
held responsible for their certificates....
to be paid monthly....
when paid.......
to witness payments ...
pay of deceased.....
duties of.......
not to maltreat men .......
moral conduct of .......
to obey orders with alacrity..........
not to use political influence.........
duty of, in regard to property on vessels seized..
not to receive merchandise on board, except..
destruction of enemy's property by............
to prevent destruction of Government property..
to apprehend offenders agaiust Uuited States laws
incapacitated to be reported......
leave of absence to........
offenses by, to be reported.........
not to permit waste.........
term of service on a station ..

103
to be respectful to superiors .......

134
when permitted to exchange duties..

136
publishing libels in newspapers

137
communications from, how transmitted......

138
fraud and collusion by, report of .....

139
not to use language causing dissatisfaction.....

141
off duty to advise Department of their addresses .

146
detached to inform Department of their residence...
to acknowledge receipt of all orders....

148
to inform Department of their obedience of orders......

148
when to certify bills....
purchase of supplies by..
of the deck, orders for night to be in writing..
not to receive presents.....

152
not to discuss movements in presence of crew .

153
may have lights in apartments when .......

167
not to turn-in leaving light burning.............
to aid civil authorities....

170
to aid in quelling mutiny ..................

170
arrest and suspension of....................

205
under arrest or suspension may require written etatement of charge.. 207
under arrest or suspension not contined to room unless .......
relieved from suspension, deportment of ............

209
exercise in use of arms.......
to exercise crew in reefing, furling, &c ...........

221

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No. of paragraph.
Officers l'aving station to obtain certificate of last payment.........

172
not to be transferred without authority of Department .............. 173
names of, on leave or waiting orders to be on collector's records...... 174
general inspection of ....

176
not to keep boats on shore late at night .......

179
to keep vessels in good sanitary condition.....................

187
to observe the Sabbath ............................................

189
not to receive money on bills certified by themselves .......

191
never to be less than two on duty on vessel ........

195
to improve themselves in nautical science and knowledge of duties.. 231
when relieved to inform successors concerning the vessel .........

232
restricted in use of water, when ....

238
reporting, names to be entered in journal........

245
sick and disabled........

246
to be admitted on board by commander .............................

247
punishment of..........

247
commanding steam-vessels.............
commanding steam-vessels to acquaint themselves with machinery, &c. 254
of deck, engineer to obey .........

263
executive. (See Executive officer.)
subordinate, to be under authority of executive officer........

271
to have correct copies of watch, fire, quarter, and station bills ....... 281
to instruct their divisions of crew ....

282
next in line to succeed incapable........

283
to assist executive, in police of ship

284
of deck to report strange boats..

287
of watch................

291-308
relieved from watch, rights of......................................

291
of watch, duties on taking charge..................................

293
not to converse..

293
to keep deck-log ......

293
to have watch mustered .......

294
to keep lights burning and sound fog-signals..............

295
to observe rules of the road...

295
to report strange vessels, land, change in weather, squadron
movements, &c......

296
duty as to alteration in steam, sails, &c ..........

297
not to change course except........

298
duty in regard to signals ......

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299
to have respect shown officers coming on board .......

300
of deck to be informed of boats alongside.....

301
to see boats with supplies cleared at once .........

301
not to admit on board prohibited articles......

301
to see articles sent away properly put into boats ......

301
to examine boat's crew leaving vessel ...

302
to take account of stores received or sent

303
to have engine slowed before stopping.......

304
to have conductors, life-buoys, &c., ready....

305
commanding division responsible for its efficiency....

306
to inform successors of orders ..

307
to make reports ........

308

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of Army, Navy, and marine corps, honors to ..

393-394

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of revenue marive service, honors to........

395, 396
inferior, to salute superior, tirst, if known ....

403
not to omit marks of official (olutesy....

404
senior to return salute of inferior...........

405
to require and extend marks of official respect ...

405
in boat, conduct towards superiors and inferiors
inferior, to obey superior.........................

408
to familiarize service with use of signal flags

410
to learn pilot duties ....

411
inspecting, duties of......

412
zeal and conduct of to be inspected.....

412
commanding, to facilitate inspecting officer.

412
Oil, explosive, not allowed on board.......

144
Oppression, conduct under ...............

135
forbidden..

78
Orders, to officers from the Secretary of the Treasury....

14
general and instructions, transmitted through collectors...

17,20

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