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828 INDEX. Arkansas, (continued.) Army, (continued. when act takes effect as to the Meniphis chaplains, rank, pay, Src. of . . ... 337 and Little Rock and the Little ock» for colored- troops . . ... 337 and Fort Smith branches of the road. . 239 retiring of oihvers of re?-ulnr army ... 337 act to provide for the more efficient gov- provost-marshal-genera ’s office and buernment of . 428 reau to cease ... 337 constituted part of the fourth military dis- omcers of volunteers to bear their titles trict . .. 428 and wear their uniforms . 337 See Rebel Slate:. volunteer rank of regular officers to be Amwries, entered on army registers 337 appropriations for . 485 not to entitle to command or pay. . . 337 Armory and Arsenal at Roc/c Island, provision as to commutation of oHlcers’ appropriations for. ... , 76 subsistence continued one year ... 337 location, &c. of railroad and wagon road authority for solicitor of War Department for benefit of .. 75, 76 repec ed. ,. 337 Armory, National, at S_m·in_qfieZd, code of regulations for the army and the appropriations for. .. , . 91 militia in actual service, and for courts storekeepcr and paymasters at ,. 335 martial ... . 338 boundaries of} may be changed for public existing regulations to be in force until, streets, &c. . 352 &c ... . 338 rank, pay, &c. of ordnance storekeeper act relating to brevets in the . . . 517 and paymaster at. .. 423 hrevets may be conferred on officers in the pay of clerks at, increased . 467 army for gallant conduct, &c. in the Arms and Ammunition. See National Armory. volunteer service, prior, &:c.. . . . .. 517 sale of, by Woll-pah-pe Indians to hostile laws relating to, to be published olficially Indians forbidden ... 684 in the Army and Navy Journal ... 468 Army, Army and Navy Journal, grade of general in the, revived , 228 laws relating to the army, navy, the mili· See “General, &c." tia, and the marine corps to be pubof the United States, to consist of what. . 332 lished ofhcially in the . ... 468 number of regiments of artillery, csv- rates of pay therefor . .. 468 alry, and infantry. . . 332 Army Appropriation, professors and corps of cadets of the deficiency for the pay of the 32 military academy and other forces for the years ending June 30, 1867 and provided by law. . . . 332 1868 . ... . 90, 93, 485, 487 military bands. ... 333 recruiting and pay of citizen surgeons 90, 485 enlistments to be made for what term. . . 333 pay of the army . . .. 90, 485 general, lieutenant-general, major-genen commutation of subsistence and forals, brigadiecgenerals ... 333 age . 90, 485 adjutantrgeneralh department ... 333, 334 payments in lieu of clothing .. 90, 485 inspector-general’s department .. . . . . 334 su sistenoe in kind 90 bureau of military justice .. 334 quartermastefs department . .. 90, 91 quartermastefs epartment. ... 334 cavalry and artillery horses . 91 military storekeepers .. 334 officers’ baggage . . . ... 91 subsistence department . . . . 334 transportation, public transports, water. . 91 medical department ... 334 obstructions in roads, rivers, and harbors 91 pay department . . . 335 hire of quarters, &c., construction of terncorps of engplncers. . . , . 335 porary huts, and repairs of public buildengineer so diers .. 335 ings at established posts. ..., 91 or nance department .. 385 conttngencies of the army. . ..91, 485 storekeeper and paymaster at Spring- medical and hospital department .. 91, 485 field. . . ,. ... . . . 335 national armory . . . 91 chief signal officer . 835, 336 magazine for storing gnnpowder . .. . 92 signal duty .. _ .~ . ... 3 36 fire·proof buildings at Schuylkill arsenal, 92 appointments of adjutant-generals and bureau of refugees, freedmen, and abaneads of departments ... 336 doned lands .. 92, 486 commissions not to issue until after exami- assistant and sub-assistant c0mmisnation .. . .. 336 siouers. . 92, 486 appointments to be made from qualifies.- clerks, stationery, and printing. . .92, 486 tions and services ... 336 uarters and fuel ... 92, 486 odiee of suttler abolished .. . 336 glothing for distribution 92 articles how furnished . 336 commissary stores .. 92, 486 army olllcers may be detailed to act as medical department . . ... 92, 486 presidents of colleges . . .. 336 transportation . . 92, 486 schools for enlisted men at ports, garri- school superintendents. . 92, 486 sons, and permanent camps .. 336 sch0ol—houses and asylums ... 92, 486 w}rat_to be taught 336 telegraphing, and postage .,.. 92, 486 buildings for school and religious certain alances may be applied to uid purposes.:: ... 4 836 educational institutions actually inpersons ID the military, naval, 6r civil ser- corporated for loyal refugees and freedvice of the socalled confederate States men .. 486 not to be appointed to the army. .. 337 no agent or clerk, not heretofore authoromoers of colored troops to he deemed iz , to receive a monthly allowance of ohlcers of volunteers. . . . 337 over 3 200 ... , . 486