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WAR DEPARTMENT, October 31, 1895. The PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES directs that the following Regulations for the Army be published for the government of all concerned, and that they be strictly observed. Nothing contrary to the tenor of these Regulations will be enjoined in any part of the forces of the United States by any commander whomsoever.
DANIEL S. LAMONT,
Secretary of War.
NOTE.—The Drill Regulations, the Instructions for Troops in Campaign, and the manuals and special regulations concerning the several staff departments or particular branches of the service will contain, besides extracts from general regulations, such rules as have special application; but no regulations, orders, or instructions will be embodied therein which are in conflict with the Regulations for the Army. (Decision of Secretary of War, October 31, 1895.)