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Page. Regulations, general, to be prepared by the Secretary of War, 187, 190

shall be respected and obeyed until altered or revoked
by the President,

190 recog nized and re-established,

216 subject to be altered by the Secretary of War, with the approbation of the President.

216 Relinquishment of bounty land for pensions,

211, 225, 233 Ripley, major general, gold medal voted to,

247

s Suppression of mutiny,

18, 125 insurrections, land and naval force may be employed in,

143 Stripes and lashes,

36, 44, 139 abolished,

174 Striking superiors officers,

18, 125 Sutlers and retainers, subject to orders,

29, 134 to supply good and wholesome provisions at market prices,

23, 129 sale of liquors &c. by, .

22, 129 exorbitant rent not to be exacted of,

23, 130 Safe-guards, forcing,

28, 134 Sentinels sleeping on post,

27, 132 Ştores, public, taken from the enemy to be preserved,

28, 134 embezzlement or misapplication of,

25, 131 Storekeepers, military, to be appointed,

188, 215, 243 Spies, punishment of,

142 Sub-legions, organization of,

69 Supplies, public, office of purveyor of, established,

67 duties of, office of, abolished,

163 Suspension from command,

44, 139 of punishment,

140 of pay and emoluments,

44, 139 Scandalous behaviour, Secretary of War, duties of,

48 to prescribe general regulations,

187, 190, 216 Sentence of death,

36, 42, 44, 139 of general courts martial, how to be acted upon, 31, 37, 40, 78, 117,

135, 140 Standards taken from the enemy, preservation of, Surgeon general, appointment of, authorized,

88, 96, 190, 228, 243 rations and forage for,

200 number of servants for,

198 Surgeons, hospital, appointment of, authorized,

154, 214 post,

214 assistant,

243, to be attached to garrisons and posts,

115 Superintendent of national armories, appointment and compensation of, 64, 112,

68, 95

202

218

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224, 234

237 NGHU HR, to ramteil, to superintend suits against delinquents, 237 Tub* * **cond time for the same oflence,

139 me mur Hallelu, tur ollences of more than two years standing, 139

43, 138 'The Ten volled to major general Brown, &c.

247 minder general Jackson, &c

248 Her general Gaines, &c.

247 men general Macomb, &c.

248 Min menenad Harrison, &c.

249 Hem Shelby, &e.

249

40, 60, 70, 70, 109, 116, 155

110

Page. Uniform clothing, expense of altering,

110 surplus of, to be furnished to paymasters,

117, 155 kind and quantity of, to be prescribed by the President, 197, 216 of the army, President authorized to prescribe,

142

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Violence to persons bringing supplies into camp or garrison,
Volunteers may be accepted,

exempt from militia duty, Vacancies in the army and navy to be filled,

27, 133 87, 101

91 102

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31 47

Watchword, imparting, to persons not entitled to receive it,

28, 133 Waste or spoil not to be committed,

28, 134 and sale of ammunition,

25, 131 Witnesses to be examined on oath,

31, 137 refusing to give evidence, War department, establishment of, secretary of, duties of,

48 chief clerk of, duties of,

48 Widows and orphans, provisions for,

67,81, 183, 210, 211 of militia, provisions for,

211, 225 entitled to bounty land,

204 Warrants, military land, secretary of war to issue,

170 time for procuring, extended,

226 time for issuing and locating, extended,

246 remedy for loss of,

217 of distress, to be issued against delinquent debtors,

237, 239 appeal from,

239 Waiters of officers, allowance for,

178, 217 number fixed,

198 Wounds, provisions respecting,

52, 71, 78, 118, 157, 183 Wagon-masters to be appointed,

163, 191 not to deal in means of transport,

163

164 Wrongs of officers, redress of,

24, 37, 131 inferior officers and soldiers, redress of,

131 Whipping, limitation of,

36, 44, 139 abolished,

174

231,

pay of,

251

MILITARY LAWS

OP TAS

UNITED STATES.

CHAPTER 1,

CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.

We, the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union,

establish justice, insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this constitution for the United States of America,

ARTICLE I.

SECTION 1.

1. All legislative powers herein granted, shall be vested in a congress of the United States, which shall consist of a senate and house of representatives.

SECTION 2.

1. The house of representatives shall be composed of members chosen every second year by the people of the several states; and the electors in each state shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the state legislature. 2. No person shall be a representative who shall not have

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