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Advancement in good conduct classes to be read out at Sunday muster.
Advances to officers, when authorized to be made by pay.ageut
to officers ordered on sea-duty, to be paid by purchasing agent at station.
Advertising, special authority required for
Africa, regulations to be observed on west coast of..
Aid to Commanding Officer. (See Executive Officer.)
Aids of Port Admiral to be selected from receiving-ship.
Air-ports, not to be opened at sea without authority
Alarm of fire in pavy-yard....
Aliens, persons claiming to be entitled to discharge as, to apply to civil courts
Allowance of water..
short, crew not to be placed on
to men detained after expiration of term of enlistment..
for subsistence of prisoners
for subsistence of pilot
for funeral expenses of officer
none for minister when passenger in Government vessel.
none for expenses of persons undergoing examinations for appointments
for traveling expenses of officers
traveling, for officers out of United States
to honorably-discharged men on re-enlistment.
to pay officers for loss on clothing and small stores.
of additional pay on re-enlistment.
Allowances, departure from, pot tolerated except in case of necessity
Allowance-book, errors in, to be reported by Commanding Officers.
Allot, any part of pay, boys not permitted to
Allotments, not to exceed one-half of
directions regarding, in case of authorized advance
renewal of, discontinued
men to be encouraged to make.
directions in regard to
persons going to sea allowed to make
directions regarding, in case of capture of men who have granted..
to be approved by Commanding Officer..
to be made out by Pay-Officer.
correspondence regarding, to be with Fourth Anditor
Alteration in vessels pot permitted unless sanctioned by, &c.
in equipments of vessels not allowed
Ammunition to be expended in practice
Anchor, permission must be asked to
Anchoring, preparations to be made for, by Executive Officer
Anchors and cables to be superintended by Navigator
Anniversaries, national, how to be observed
commanding officer must notify foreign authorities of.
Apartment, separate messes shall not be formed in same.
of Commanding Officer
of Commanding Officer, where there is but one cabin and a Commander-in-
Chief on board
of Chief of Staff..
Apartments provided for Chief of Staff, Secretary, and Clerk be occupied by
them when in cabin mess.
officers shall mess in those provided for them
of Army officer when passenger in vessel of war.
of Army officers in transports
Apothecaries, rank of...
not allowed traveling expenses
allowed advance of pay.
Apothecary to be appointed by Surgeon
Appeal from action of Navy Department to be addressed to President.
Application for revocation of orders
for position of foreman at navy-yard
for admission into the Navy, by whom made.
for admission into the Navy, must state age, &c., of candidate.
for survey to be in writing
Appointed men not to be recommended for honorable discharge
petty officers, vacancy among, Commanding Officer may fill, by rating en-
petty officers not to be discbarged except.
Appointment, acknowledgment of
acting, not to be given by other than Commander-in-Chief, except.
acting, must specify vessel, &c
Appointment, acting, officers conferring or revoking to inform Navy Department
acting, officers holding, to wear uniform, &c., of grade to which appointed.
acting, to fill vacancy caused by death, &c., of Paymaster
duties of board for examination for
not to be given within the United States, unless.
of Acting Gunner, qualifications for candidate for
of Apothecary and Baymen..
of Assistant Engineer, qualifications for candidate for
of Boatswain, qualifications for candidate for
of Carpenter, qualifications for candidate for
of Master-at-Arms, Yeomen, Apothecary, &c..
of Sailmaker, qualifications for candidate for
of Secretaries and Clerks...
no allowance for expenses of persons undergoing examination for..
qualified candidates for, not to be held over more than one year.
Appraisement of property removed from prize to be made
Apprehension of officer, reward for, not to be offered
A pproval, authorizing payment of money to have force of an order, &c.
of bills, responsibility as to
of bills for work by officers having charge of.
of Commanding Officer to muster-roll.
of Commanding Officer to transfer-roll or pay-roll.
of requisitions, responsibility of..
of requisitions in violation of instructions, commanding officer to be held
to account for.
Architect in navy-yard to be under direction of Civil Engineer
Armorers, rank of.
Armorers' Mates, rank of..
Army courts-martial not to be held on naval vessel.
officers, apartments of, when passengers in vessel of war
officers, apartments, &c., in transports
officers not to assume command of paval vessel.
officers not to order any punishment on board naval vessel without approval
of Commanding Officer
officers' reception on board of..
officers, to be saluted by naval officers and men
officers, relative rank with naval officers..
regulations, troops embarked for transportation subject to.
Arrest, officer under, not to leave State in which he resides, nor visit Navy Department,
of persons intoxicated, officers not to interfere personally in..
Arrests, monthly report of..
Arrival of vessel at navy.yard to be reported to Department.
Articles delivered by an agent to be examined by officer taking charge of them...
destroyed, reports of surveys to contain description
for the government of the Navy.
not to be delivered by officers in charge of stores, except under their appro-
received by officers in charge of stores to be entered on books under respect.
received to be inspected..
received, when to be surveyed..
surveyed, account of quantity of..
when inspection is required to determine quality of
Assistance, refusal of, to be reported to Secretary of the Navy.
to be afforded to foreign vessels.
to foreign vessels
Assistant Engineer, qualifications for candidate for appointment..
relative rank of
if necessary to stop the engines, must report immediately
not to be assigned to same duty as machinists..
senior one on board to be responsible..
senior, will act as Chief if no Chief Engineer is on board..
will guard against waste of stores
will keep steam-log.
rders of Officer of the Deck..
Assistant Naval Constructor to act under supervision of Naval Constructor.
Assistant Paymaster, when assistant to Pay Officer at navy-yard.
Assistant Surgeons, relative rank of.
Asylum, Naval, regulations of...
when an officer may be transferred to, from hospital.
Bags, painted, not to be kept in sail-room.
Bakers, rank of
Balances due deceased seamen, payment of.
Battle, plan of, to be furnished to Commanding Officers..
duties of Commanding Officer in..
reports after, to be forwarded to Navy Department.
Band-masters, rank of
Baymeu, to be appointed by Surgeon..
Bedding to be aired
Belligerent port, convoying a vessel bound to
Bilges, care of.
of vessels, before stowage, cleanness of
Bill of health to be procured by surgeon before sailing,
Bills of exchange, instructions to Pay Officers in drawing
of purchase, copies ot, to be sent to proper bureau.
responsibility as to approval of
Commanding Officer to give notification for settlement of, before leaving port..
Blank forms, if not furnished, to be prepared in manuscript.
Blue flag, when to be carried.
Board to estimate damages from collision
for selection of men for ratings
to report on cleanness, &c., of bilges before stowage
member of, absent during investigation, not to rote on decision.
junior member of, to be recorder of.
report of, to be drawn up by senior member..
members of, not to leave vicinity of place where assembled, unless.
Boards, officers on, to take their seats in order of rank or seniority..
duties of presiding member of...
not to transact business unless two-thirds of the members are present..
members of, not to fail in attendance, unless.
of examination, service-dress to be worn on.
of examination for appointment or promotion, duty of.
of examination, officers to compose
of examination, persons giving false certificate to, to be dropped..
of survey, precedence of officers on
death or detachment of officer on...
Boarding vessels subject to quarantine.
Boat-pennant to be carried by Chief of Staff'.
expeditions, written orders to be given for conduct of
Boats, salutes between officers in.
shall avoid collision..
with inferior officers to give way to superiors.
epsigps to be kept flying..
Commanding Officer to wear pennant in.
divisional flag not to be worn in..
distinguishing marks for Flag and Commanding Officers'
to be frequently exercised
to be examined before sailing.
times of leaving and returning to be regulated.
not to be absent from ship at meal-hours nor after sunset.
to be kept ready to lower at sea..
an officer to be assigned to command each.
when equipped for special service, Executive Officer will supervise
alongside, to receive particular attention of Officer of the Deck
crews not to be changed without authority..
not to be regarded as on detached duty, unless
Boatswain, duty of, regarding stores.
to be on deck during the day, and when all hands are called.
to examine rigging and report daily.
to pay attention to staying of masts
to see that junk is not wasted
to be ready to repair rigging damaged in action.
qualifications of candidate for appointment of
acting, after service of one year eligible for warrant
officers to compose board of examination of.
Boatswain's Mates, rank of
Body-bearers at funeral.
Boilers to be filled with fresh water before sailing.
Boiler-makers, rank of...
vacancies in rating of, may be filled by enlistment
Boiler-makers, instructions regarding enlistment of..
Boiler-power, only two-thirds to be used
Bond, disbursing-officers to keep accounts with United States separate under every
Books allowed a vessel, to be receipted for by Navigativg Officer
where to be kept
Boys to be instructed in seamanship and in reading and writing
training of, to be attended to
Chaplain to have superintendence of instruction of
separate conduct report to be kept for.
when on liberty to be under charge of Petty Officer, &c.
to be berthed by themselves.
to be under charge of Schoolmaster.
pot permitted to allot any part of pay
Bumboats to be regulated by Executive Officer.
Buoys, anchor and life, to be under charge of Gunner.
Bureau, orders, &c., from Chief of.
who signs communications in case of absence of Chief of
communications relating solely to, to be addressed to Chief of.
Bureaus of Navy Departnient, list of
Cabin, vacant, may be used by Wardroom Officers..
Commanding Officer to have choice of state-rooms in.
Chief of Staff entitled to state-room in
wben occupied by Commander-in-Chief, Commanding Officer, and Chief of
Cabin Officers, in ships with two cabins, may form one mess.
who are passengers in ships with two cabins to occupy the one not se-
lected by Commander-in-Chief
Cabinet, salutes for members of the
Cable, exertions to be made to recover, if lost
to be bent on approaching land
and anchors to be superintended by navigator
to be distinctly marked and easily unshackled..
Cadet-Engineers, duties of.
not to be assigned to same duty as machinists.
Calculations of observations to be kept in a book by navigator.
Cap-covers, white, when to be worn.
Caps, white, when to be worn.
Captain of navy-yard to be member of board to examine bilges, &c., of vessels.
during absence of Commandant, to act in place of
to be senior Line Officer next to Commandant.
to have charge of
to exercise no authority in other departments..
to be equipment officer..
to have direction of fire department.
to cause scrutiny of articles coming into or going out of yard...
to have passes delivered to him for inspection, &c.
when absent his duties to be performed by Line Officer next in
Captains, command of.
duties assignable to..
in full dress to be received by Sergeant's guard.
to carry gilt ball on boat-staffs..
of After-guard, rank of..
of Forecastle, rank of.
of Hold, rank of.
of Tops, rank of
Capstan to be turned and oiled every week.
Captors not obliged to accept parole.
Capture of men who have granted allotments, directions in the case of.
report of Commanding Officer making.
Captured property, when necessary to sell
vessels not to be in neutral waters
vessels, laws relating to.
vessel, officers of, to be sent with her.
Card-playing prohibited in wardroom, steerage, and on the decks
Carpenter, duty of, regarding stores..
to carefully examine air-ports..
to see that pumps and hose are in good order.
Carpenter is responsible for boats, ladders, gratings, and hatch-tarpaulins.
to have shot-plugs ready for use
to report when vessel needs calking
to have capstan turned and oiled weekly.
to keep lightning-conductors in good order..
to report defects in hull or spars on entering port..
acting, after one year's service, eligible for warrant
qualifications for candidate for appointment of.
officers to compose board for examiuation of
of navy-yard to keep fire-engines in order
Carpenter's Mates, rank of.
Caterer of mess, duties of.
to have charge of general conduct of mess
Cells, dimensions of
not to be fitted or altered by Commanding Officer
to be frequently inspected by senior Medical Ofticer
to be properly ventilated
intoxicated persons not to be coufined in ..
Ceremonies for dignitaries visiting navy-yards to be the same as when visiting United
for officers leaving or arriving on board a United States vessel.
Certificate, persou giving false, to board of examination to be dropped
of disability to be signed by Commanding Officer
of pension, to be signed by Commanding Officer
Chain.cables to be examined quarterly.
Chain-lockers to be inspected Jaily by navigator
Chains to be distinctly marked and easily unshackled
Chaplains, deportment of, expected to inspire reverence
to perform divine service, &c., at such times as Commanding Officer may
to give religious instruction to boys, &c
to have superivtendence of instruction of boys..
to visit the sick, &c..
reports to be made by
qualifications for applicant for office of.
may wear uniform
relative rank of
Character of men for good-conduct classes, information to be obtained from Bureau
of Equipment and Recruiting, &c...
previous, of accused to be taken into consideration
Chargé d'affaires, salute for
funeral ceremonies of
Charts to be kept corrected.
Check Officer to be present at muster in navy-yard, duties of
Cheers not to be given as a compliment..
Chief Engineers, relative rank of..
on joining a vessel, to examine machinery and report
to examine engines daily..
to inspect engineers' stores received
to report condition of his department at morning and evening quar-
to cause his assistants to become familiar with the machinery
to see that a sufficient supply of stores is on hand
to provide oat-meal
to be responsible for expenditure of stores.
to make repairs with his own force as far as practicable
not to permitany punishment except by order of Commanding Officer
to make out watch, fire, and cleaning bills..
will not permit engines to be turned without authority
will only light or haul fires by order of Commanding Officer.
to make daily reports..
to exercise constant supervision over his department.
to make report of qualifications of Assistant Engineers.
to frequently examine coal-bunkers
to clean and repair engines when steaming is discontinued.
will cause men under his charge to be instructed.
to have temperature of coal-bunkers examined..
to have charge of distilling-apparatus, steam-winches, and steam-
will have steam-log kept.....
to take precautions against fire