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GIFT CAL LAW REVIEW “The orders, regulations, and instructions issued by the Secretary of the Navy prior to July 14, 1862, with such alterations as he may since have adopted, with the approval of the President, shall be recognized as the Regulations of the Navy, subject to alterations adopted in the same manner.”--(Laws relating to the Navy, section 1547.)

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The following Regulations are established, with the approval of the President of the United States, for the government of all persons attached to the naval service. All circulars or instructions from any of the Bureaus of this Department, not in contravention with these Regulations, are to be considered as still in force, and will be obeyed accordingly. GEO. M. ROBESON, Secretary of the Nary.

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Chapter. Subject. Page.

I CLASSIFICATION of vessels-------------------------------------------------------. 1

II | DETAIL OF COMMAND 2

III | RANK AND COMMAND.

Section I. Decisions of the Navy Department. - - ---- 3.

II. Officers ........... --------------------------------------------------- 5

III. Petty Officers.------------------------------------------------------. - s

IV MILITARY Honors AND CEREMONIEs, SALUTEs, AND DISTINCTIONs.

Section I. The President of the United States, Vice-President, a Foreign Sov-

ereign, or Chief Magistrate, member of a Royal Family. -----...--. 9

II. Members of the Cabinet, Justices of the Supreme Court, Governors

of States, Diplomatic Corps, and Consuls.. 10

III. Salutes to officers 11

IV. Salutes generally—naval official courtesy .............----------- ---- 13

V. National anniversaries......................... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 17

VI. Funeral honors ..........."- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ----- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 18

VII. Colors; distinctive flags and pennants; reveille and tattoo.. 21

VIII. Uniform ------------------------------------- --------------- 23

IX. Medals of honor. ---------------------------------------------------. 25

V INSTRUCTIONS For officers AFLoAT.

Section I. Commanders-in-Chief ----------------------------...----------------- 25

II. Flag Officers and Commodores not commanding in chief ............. 33

III. Chief of Staff and Officers of the Personal Staff 34

IV. Officers commanding vessels 35

V. Aid or Executive to Commanding Officer. His duties as Equipment

Officer ------------------------------------------------------------- 52

VI. Navigator. His duties as Ordnance Officer..............------------. 58

VII. Watch and Division Officers ............ . . . . . . . .---------------- ----- 62

VIII. Ensigns, Midshipmen, and Mates 64

IX. Warrant Officers. ---------------------------------------------------- 5

X. Engineer of the Fleet and other Engineer Officers 67

XI. Surgeon of the Fleet and other Medical Officers....... -------------- 72

XII. Paymasters of the Fleet and other Pay Officers .......---------. ---. 74

XIII. Chaplains......... --------------------------------------------------- 80

VI GENERAL INSTRUCTIONs.........................--...------------------ -------- ----- 80

VII | DUTIEs of MASTER-AT-ARMs, PETTY officers, AND CREW.

Section I. Master-at-Arms...............-------------------------------------. 87

II. Petty Officers and Crew 88

VIII | MARINEs wheN EMBARKED 89

IX APPLICATIONS AND QUALIFICATIONs—ExAMINATIONs, AppointMENTS, REQUIREMENTS

FOR PROMOTION.

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