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56TH CONGRESS, , HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. DOCUMENT
Session.

1 No. 515.

THE

MILITARY LAWS

OF THE

UNITED STATES.

FOURTH EDITION.

Prepared, under the direction of the Honorable Elihu Root, Secretary of War,
by Brigadier-General George B. Davis, Judge-Advocate General,

United States Army.

WASHINGTON:

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

Page.

CHAPTER I. The Executive

5-11

II. Provisions Applicable to the Several Executive Departments 12-44

III. The Department of War

45–55

IV. Provisions Applicable to Several Classes of Officers.

56–71

V. The Department of the Treasury-The Accounting Officers... 72-120

VI. The Post-Office Department..

121-126

VII. The Department of Justice-Habeas Corpus—The Court of

Claims...

127-158

VIII. The Department of the Navy--The Marine Corps.

159-165

IX. The Department of the Interior

166

X. The Revised Statutes—The Statutes at Large-The Army

Regulations, The Army Register.....

167-182

XI. The Military Establishment-General Provisions of Organiza-

tion ...

183-204

XII. General Officers, Aids, and Military Secretaries.-

205-207

XIII. Rank and Command—Tactical and Territorial Organizations... 208–213

XIV. The Staff Departments—General Provisions-Disbursing Offi-

214-252

XV. The Adjutant-General's Department

253-258

XVI. The Inspector-General's Department.

259,264

XVII. The Judge-Advocate-General's Department

265–268

XVIII. The Quartermaster's Department...

269-292

XIX. The Subsistence Department.

293-308

XX. The Pay Department ..

309-349

XXI. The Medical Department

350-365

XXII. The Engineer Department

366–438

XXIII. The Ordnance Department.

139-159

XXIV. The Signal Department

460–465

XXV. The Record and Pension Office.

466-73

XXVI. Post and Regimental Chaplains.

471-476

XXVII. Commissioned Officers...

477-502

XXVIII. Brevets— Medals of Honor-Certificates of Merit-Foreign Dec-

orations

503-508

XXIX. Enlisted Men

509-532

XXX. Troops of the Line...

533-542

XXXI. The Military Academy-The Service Schools.

543-565

XXXII. Contracts and Purchases.

566-596

XXXIII. The Public Lands— Military Reservations—Military Posts. 597-626

XXXIV. The Public Property.....

627-634

XXXV. The Militia-The Militia of the District of Columbia-The Ter-

ritorial Militia

635-670

XXXVI. Military Tribunals-Courts-Martial-Courts of Inquiry... 671-748

XXXVII. Citizenship and Naturalization

749–757

XXXVIII. The Indians-Indian Agents—The Indian Country

758-791

XXXIX. Employment of Military Force—(1) In Resisting Invasion;

(2) In Suppression of Insurrection; (3) In Support of the

Civil Authority

792-831

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