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CAMPS-Continued.
RUSSELL-
Historical records to be placed in home at,

502n.
Sale of intoxicants prohibited within militia,

232.
SEERIDAN-

Jurisdiction ceded to United States, 496n.
Supplying water to, 204.
CANAL ZONE:

Land set apart for radio station subject to civil

jurisdiction of, 367.

Operating aircraft unlawful in, 484.
CANALS:

Obtaining maps forbidden, 124.
CANCER:

Relief for Confederate veterans suffering with,

426.
CANNON:

Unlawful discharge at military school punish-

able, 273.
CAPE HENRY:

Jurisdiction of lands coded to United States,

496n.
CAPITOL:

Display of flag, 170.
CAPTURED PROPERTY:

Law of nations regulates manner of acquiring,

640.
CARNIVALS:

Prohibited on Memorial Day, 258.
CARRIERS:

Liability of war time, 94.
CARS:

Munitions carried with troops, 590.
CAVALRY:

For Mexican border service, request for volun-

teer, 475.
CEMETERIES:

Disposition of, upon dissolution of veteran

camps or posts, 615.
Grand Army cemetery to be cared for, 620.
Jurisdiction of national, ceded to United States,

496n.
Purchase of lot at Arlington for Soldiers' Home

at Kearney, 551.
Veteran organizations may convey to munici-

palities, 615.

See also Burial.
CENSUS:

Military, 83–85.
Military not included, 86.
State military resources, 482.

Veterans, 87, 88.
CEREAL;

Vacant lands to be planted to, 190.
CERTIFICATES:

Enlistment certificate prima facie evidence, 60.
Flag may be printed on, 186.
Physician shall furnish family of deceased vet-

eran with death, 624.
SERVICE-

For military service in Civil War, 218.
Validity of, without official seals, 8.
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS:

Investment, 72.

CHALLENGES:

Procedure when votes of officers, soldiers, or

marines are challenged, 632.
CHAUFFEURS:

License renewable after war service, 450.
CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY:

Memorial hall to Union soldiers and sailors, 244.
Soldiers' Home in Chicago may convey real

estate to, 550.
CHICKAMAUGA NATIONAL MILITARY
PARK:

Erection of monuments at, 335.
CHILDREN:

of Confederate veterans admitted to home, 554n.
of Deceased soldiers, preference in schools, 382.
of Discharged soldiers and sailors employed in

soldiers' home, 162.
of Discharged soldiers retained when reducing

force of department, 163.
of Sɔldiers admitted to schools, 139, 140.

Suspension of labor laws during war, 488.
CHINA CAMPAIGN:

Medals for service in, 215n.
CHINA RELIEF EXPEDITION:

Employment of veterans of, 161n.
CIPHER:

Correspondence with enemy in, 117.
CIRCUS:

Parade prohibited on Memorial Day, 258.
CITIES:

Burial expenses of soldiers paid by, in Massa-

chusetts, 74n.
Flag may be displayed during public proces-

sion, 174.
May permit erection of monuments in public

grounds, 340.

May plow or harrow private land, 192.
CITIZENS:

Definition, 103.
May pay an equivalent for military service, 321.
Right to firearms, 356.

Vested with police powers, 480.
CITIZENSHIP:

Courses of instruction in, 150.
Loyalty to United States in time of war, 645.
Requirement for civil service examination, 159.

Right of expatriation, 166, 167.
CIVIL AUTHORITIES:

Affidavits for pension claimants certified free

by, 403.
Aid in securing pensions, 402.
Appointment by governor, 288.
Arrest of deserter, 533.
Governor can not hold military office, 285.
Headstones for soldiers, sailors, and marines

arranged for by, 343, 344.
JURISDICTION-

Land set apart in Canal Zone for radio sta-

tion subject to, 367.

Naval craft not subject to, 366.
Leave of absence granted when called into serv-

ice, 156.
Limitation of fees charged soldiers or seamen,

440.
Military subordinate to, 325.

CIVIL AUTHORITIES-Continued.

Office or employment not forfeited on account

of military service, 153-155.
Person interfering with performance of military

duties committed to, 280.
Seizure of firearms, 356.

Voting on appointment of, 289.
CIVIL EMPLOYEES:

Dependents entitled to one-half of civil pay

while in active military service, 396.
Positions not vacated by service in National

Guard or Naval Militia, 395.
While in active service shall receive salary, less

Army pay, 395.
CIVIL SERVICE:

Name restored to list after suspension during

military service, 158.
Removal of employees for treasonable or sedi-

tious utterances, 137.

Requirements for taking examinations, 159.
CIVIL WAR:

Care of burial place of veterans, 78.
Census of veterans, 88.
Children of veterans admitted to schools, 139.
Citizens not liable for acts committed during,

442.
Foreign-born citizens who served may vote, 630.
Headquarters provided for associations of

veterans, 611-614.
Loan of camp equipage to veteran organiza-

tions, 616.
Memorial to Army nurses, 243.
Monuments for those who lost lives, 333.
Outside relief for dependents of soldiers, sailors,

or marines, 565.
Outside relief for soldiers, sailors,or marines, 564.
Pensions for widows of veterans after 25 years

of public service, 413.
Records, 498–502, 504-506, 509–511, 513, 514, 518,

519, 521, 522, 524-528, 530.
Recovery of unpaid bounties, 208.
Repudiation of debts incurred during, 567.
Retirement of veterans from civil appoint-

ment, 412.
Service certificate, 218.
Service deducted from period required to prove

up homestead, 443.
Settlements acquired by service, 444.
Towns may appropriate money for erection of

monuments to decedents, 337.
Veterans entitled to free tuition in University

of Minnesota, 144.
Veterans exempt from taxes if pensioned, 578n.
Veterans holding State positions retired after

20 years of service, 165.

Veterans preferred for appointments, 161.
CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES:

Increase of pay during war with German

Empire, 401.
Wills made while with armies in field received

by officers, 657.
CLAIMS:
AGAINST UNITED STATES-

Fraudulent, 90.
Spanish-American War, 89.
Waiver of, by State to pension of deceased

for burial expenses, 407.

CLASSIFICATION:
DEFERRED-

False claim a felony, 107.
CLUBS:

Rifle ranges furnished to civilian rifle, 272.
COAT OF ARMS:

Not used as party emblem on ballots, 188.
CODES. See Military codes.
COITION. See Intercourse.
COLLEGES:
AGRICULTURAL-

Armory at, 48.
Military instruction in, 264n.
Security for arms and accouterments loaned

to, 270n.
MECHANICAL

Military instruction in, 264n.
Unlawful to teach subjects in foreign lan-

guages, 147.
COLONELS:

Acknowledgments of instruments by persons in

military service before, 6.
COLUMBUS, KNIGHTS OF:

Teachers' certificates not lapse while serving

with, 145.
COMMAND:

Senior officer of white troops when serving with

colored troops, 281.
COMMANDER IN CHIEF:

Governor continues as, while out of State on

military duty, 305.
Governor of State is, 304.
Governor shall keep record of all acts performed

as militia, 306.
COMMANDERS, LIEUTENANT:

Acknowledgments taken in Navy by, 6.
COMMANDING OFFICER:

Copy of subpoena for, 67.
COMMEMORATION:

Sale of liquor during exercises prohibited, 235.
COMMISSIONERS:
COUNTY-

Naval Militia expenses defrayed by appro-

priations of, 363.
Record of donations for Civil War memo-

rial should be kept by, 333.
LAND OFFICE-

Authorized to collect historical material,503.
Custody of books having deeds and transfer

of soldiers' property, 508.
Military records cared for by, 499.
COMMISSIONS:

Care of soldiers' orphans, 383.
Flag may be printed on, 186.
Investigation of pay of National Guard while

on Mexican border, 393.
ISTHMIAN CANAL-

Pay of officers assigned under, 397.
Under supervision and direction of Secre-

tary of War, 368.
MONUMENT-

Erection of Civil War monuments and

memorials in charge of, 335.
Organize cadet companies, 262.
Report on military instruction, 260.

CONSTRUCTION:

Telegraph and telephone lines and transporta-

tion systems, 487.
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES:

Protection from, 539.
Relief for Confederate veterans suffering with,

426.
CONTINENTAL CONGRESS:

National flag adopted June 14, 1777, 177.
CONTRACTS:

Cancellation of, 96.
Failure to perform is war-time offense, 93
For recruiting and bounties validated, 91
Liability of carrier in war time, 94.
Performance excused, 92.

Seamen exempt from engagements, 95.
CONVENTIONS:

Governor may appoint delegates to National

Guard, 313.
CONVEYANCES:

Commissioned officers may take acknowledg-

ments of real estate, 5.
COOPERATION:

Of corporations during war authorized, 99.
CORNERING THE MARKET:

Storage of food products unlawful, 201.
CORPORATIONS:

Authorized to contribute for relief of armed

forces of United States, 98.
Cooperation authorized, 99.
Germanic corporation dissolved, 101.
Hoarding and profiteering by, 201.
Investment of surplus funds, 100.
Powers, 98.

Who may be incorporated, 97.
CORRESPONDENCE:

With enemy, 113, 116, 117.
COUNCIL:

Rates of transportation imposed by, 598.
COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE:

Creation of State council to cooperate with, 476.
Suspension or modification of State labor laws

upon request of, 483.
COUNTIES:
Appropriation by, for Spanish American War

memorial, 337.
Appropriation for Memorial Day, 249.
Decoration of graves of veterans by, 254.
Flag may be displayed during public proces.

sions, 174.
May contribute to rent of posts or camps for

veterans' organizations, 614.
May permit erection of monuments in public

grounds, 340n.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS:

Naval Militia expenses defrayed by appropria-

tions of, 363.
Record of donations for Civil War memorial

should be kept by, 333.
COUNTY COUNCIL OF DEFENSE:

Determination of rental to be paid for vacant

lands, 191.
COUNTY GUARDS:

Organization of, 291n.
COUNTY HOME:

Veterans, or their families, shall not be sent to,

COMMISSIONS-Continued.
RIVER FRONT IMPROVEMENT-

May permit erection of soldiers' monuments

or memorials on grounds, 341.
Unlawful to withhold or destroy, 531.
WATERWAYS AND PUBLIC LANDS-

May sell or lease dry docks in Boston Har.

bor, 364.
COMMITTEES:

Relief for soldiers, 417.
COMPENSATION:

Owners of requisioned property, 468.
Private property taken in time of war, 458.

See also Pay.
CONDEMNATION:

Property for use of military or naval forces, 470.
CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY:

June 3, in Louisiana, 251.
CONFEDERATE VETERANS:
Unlawful use of badge or button, misdemeanor,

216n.
CONFEDERATES:
Amusement parks owned by disabled soldiers

exempt from special tax, 580.
Artificial limbs provided for, 420.
Burial expenses of, in Maryland, 74n.
Cancellation of certificate of tax sale of property,

585.

Care of burial grounds in Ohio, 77n.
Census, 87.
Dependents of soldiers and sailors admitted to

annex of soldiers' home, 554.
Disabled, entitled to aid, 418.
Enumeration of veterans, 500.
Exemption from tax, if pensioned, 578n.
Free transportation to reunions, 623.
Incidental expense allowance for veterans in

soldiers' home, 557.
Indigent veterans admitted to soldiers' home,

553.
Pensions from profits of dispensaries, 409.
Property of soldiers' home exempt from tax-

ation, 552.
Publication of data in reference to, 498, 501.
Records to be kept by counties, 510.
Relief for needy veterans, 426.
Roster of veterans, 514.
Soldiers above 50 years of age exempt from road

and poll tax, 568n.
Soldiers not disqualified from voting by receiv-

ing public aid, 631n.
Use of deceased officers' photographs in liquor

advertising forbidden, 240.

See also Civil War; Pensions; Soldiers; Veterans.
CONFIRMATION:

Suit for confirmation of sale of real property of

soldiers, 351.
CONGRESS:

Members can not hold State legislative office, 61.
CONQUEST:

Territory not increased by, 649.
CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS:

Exempt from militia duty, 316.
Not exempt from noncombatant service, 317,

Pupils excused from military exercise, 267.
CONSCRIPTION. See Draft.

621.

COUNTY OFFICERS. See Civil authorities;

County Commissioners.
COURTHOUSES:

Court held at other place than, 641.

Display of flags on, 170n.
COURTS:

Action upon farm liens, 198.
Admit alien declarant to bar, 14.

Held at other place than courthouse, 641.
COURTS-MARTIAL:

Discipline of soldiers' home organizations may

be remitted to, 558.
Penal code does not affect power conferred upon

any, 326.

Removal from office of military officers, 68.

See also Militia.
CRIMES:

Advocating or justifying necessity of, a felony,

129.

Frustrated crimes shall be punished, 601.
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE:

By information, 328.
Composition of jury in trial of aliens on criminal

charge, 12, 13.
CROPS:

Damage to, 195, 196.
Delivery of portion of crops on vacant lands for

credit of owner, 190.
CUSTER. See Forts.
DAMAGE;

to Crops by fire, 196.
to Food products, 195, 196.
Insurance against damage to property from acts

of war, 219, 220.

to Water supply, food, or provisions, 197.
D.A. RUSSELL. See Forts.
DAUGHTERS:

Of Confederate veterans admitted to home, 554n.
DAUGHTERS OF THE REPUBLIC:

Memorial buildings, 247.
DAUGHTERS OF VETERANS:

Memorial to Army nurses of Civil War, 243.
DEATH:

Spreading false reports of death of soldiers for

bidden, 123.
DECEASED PERSONS:

Disposition of effects of inmates of soldiers'

home, 563.
Presentation of medals or badges of, 215n.
Purchase of lot at Arlington for Soldiers' Home

at Kearney, 551.
Soldiers not considered paupers, 75.
Use of Confederate officers' photographs in

liquor advertising forbidden, 240.
DECORATION DAY. See Memorial Day.
DECORATION OF GRAVES:

On Memorial Day, 253, 254.
DEEDS:

Proof in Germany and Italy, 4.
Soldiers' lots, 508.
Who may take deeds of persons in military or

naval service, 2.
DELEGATES:

Appointment by governor to represent militia

at National Guard conventions, 313.
DELINQUENT TAXES:

Cancellation of certificate of sale of soldiers'

property, 585.

DEPENDENT ALIENS:

Cared for by city or township, 44.
Not excluded from workmen's compensation

act, 45.
DEPENDENTS:

of Civil employees entitled to one half of civil

pay while in active military service, 396.
of Confederate soldiers and sailors admitted to

soldiers' home annex, 554.
of Confederate veterans entitled to admission

to home, 554n.
Issuance of bonds to provide for soldiers' and

sailors', 69.
Outside relief for Civil War soldiers', sailors',

or marines', 565.
Relief for family of soldier, sailor, or marine

admitted to State institution, 427.

Relief for soldiers' dependents during war, 428.
DEPORTATION:

Emissaries of enemy sent from State, 481,
DEPOSITIONS:

Execution of, by persons in military or naval

service, 2.
DEPOSITS:

Bank reserve not required on proceeds of war

loans, 639.
DEPUTIES:

Civil authorities called into service may ap-

point, 156.
DESECRATION OF FLAG:

Foreign, 189.
Offense punishable by fine or imprisonment,

186.
DESERTION:

Causing, punishable, 109.
Harboring deserters punishable, 110.
Punishment for, 533, 534.

Unlawful to aid or abet deserters, 535.
DESTRUCTION:

Military property, 462.

Necessaries under State control, 199.
DETAIL:

Of officers to act as instructors, advisors, or

umpires, 400.
DIPLOMAS:

Flag may be printed on, 186.
DISABILITY:

National Guard in service of United States not

entitled to State pension, 411.
Pupils physically incapacitated excused from

military instruction, 267.
Veterans not disqualified for appointment on

account of, 161.
DISCHARGE:

Certificate of adjutant general, 60.
Employment of dischargod soldiers, 160.
Name restored to civil service list after honor-

able, 158.
No fee charged soldier for copy of lost, 520.
Persons subject to rules and articles of war

shall not be discharged on habeas corpus, 65.
Record of honorable, 516.

Unlawful to withhold or destroy papers, 531.
DISCIPLINE:

Commission to report on practicability of mili-

tary, 260.
DISEASES. See Contagious diseases.

DISFRANCHISEMENT:

Instigator of unauthorized naval or military

expeditions, 138.
DISINTERMENT:

United States burial-corps not obstructed by

laws, 76.
DISLOYALTY:

Definition, 103.
Textbooks containing disloyal material not to

be used, 152.
DISOBEDIENCE OF ORDERS:

Military officer may be arrested for, 68.
DISPENSARIES:

Profits from, distributed to Confederate vet-

erans as pensions, 409.
DISQUALIFICATION:

Military service does not disqualify for jury

duty, 441n.
DISSECTION:

Soldiers' bodies exempt from, 439.
DISSOLUTION:

Of general partnership by war, 392.
DISTRIBUTION:

Food products, 194.

Necessai ies under State control, 199.
DISTRICT COURT:
May grant permit to lecturer, priest, minister,

teacher, editor, publisher, educator, 16.
DOCKS:
DRY-

In Boston Harbor may be leased or sold, 364.
DOCKYARDS:

Obtaining maps forbidden, 124.
DOCUMENTS:

Custodian for Grand Army of the Republic, 511.
DOGS:

Alien needs license to own hunting, 21n.
DONATIONS:

For monument for those wbo lost lives in Civil

War to be recorded, 333.
DOUGLAS. See Forts.
DOWER:

Alien woman entitled to, 35.

Alien woman shall not be barred, 37.
DRAFT:

Obstruction, sedition, 132.
Office or employment not forfeited on account

of, 153, 154.

Resistance offense, 108.
DRAINAGE:

Of camps, 71.
DRILL:

Independent military bodies may, 385.
DRY DOCK:

In Boston Harbor may be cased or sold, 364.
DUCHESNE. See Forts.
DUTY:

No fee foi exempting soldier from jury, 520.
DYNAMITE:

Damaging military property with, 466.
EARS:

Inmates of soldiers' home to have treatment

for, 562.
EDITORS:
Accused or indicted for sedition must obtain

permit to address public, 134.
Permit iequired for alien enemy, 16.

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EDUCATION:

Board may direct publication of book upon

American flag, 182.
Children of soldiers admitted to schools, 139,140.
Courses of instruction in patriotism and citizen-

ship, 150.
Deputy appointed during temporary absence

of superintendent, 142.
Extension of scholarship periods, 143.
Instruction in industrial arts, 149.
Instruction in schools in English language only,

147.
Scholastic credit for agricultural work, 141.
Soldiers entitled to tuition in University of

Minnesota, 144.
Student appointed to Naval or Military Acad-

emy released from obligation to teach, 145.
Teachers' rights preserved until six months

after the end of the war, 146.
Textbooks containing disloyal material not to

be used, 152.
Training and instruction for disabled soldiers

and sailors, 151.

Unlawful to teach German language, 148.
EDUCATORS:

Alien enemy must have permit to act as, 16.
EFFECTS OF DECEASED PERSONS:

Disposition of effects of inmates of soldiers'

home, 563.
ELECTIONS:

Inspectors exempt from military duty, 636.
ELECTORS:

Appointee to military office must be qualified,

286,

See also Voting.
ELECTRICITY:

Sale to shipbuilding plant, 203.
EMBEZZLEMENT:

Military property, 462.
EMBLEMS:

Party emblems on ballots, 188.
EMERGENCY:

Issuance of bonds authorized for, 69.

New York City may issue bonds during, 70.
EMINENT DOMAIN:

Private property, 458.
EMPLOYEES:

Discharged soldiers retained when reducing

force of department, 163.
Former positions filled by temporary assistants

when called into service, 157.
Leave of absence on Memorial Day with pay,

248.
Navy yard or naval reservation employees

may nold civil office, 541.
Places held during military service, 394n.

Retirement of reterans, 165.
EMPLOYMENT:

Alien enemy shall not act as lecturer, minister,

or educator in any capacity without permit,

16.
Aliens may not be employed as teachers, 18.
Aliens may not be employed on public works,

17.
Civil authorities granted leave of absence when

called into service, 156.
Civil authorities in military service do not for-

seit, 153-155.

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