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Posted By: Walt Mathers on: 09/04/2005 09:27:12 EDT|
Subject: Revised 61 US Regs Affect'g Signal Corps
CHANGES AND ADDITIONS TO UNITED STATES ARMY (Revised - 1861) REGULATIONS, UP TO JUNE 25, 1863.
17. Officers detached from their regiments for Signal duty will report immediately for orders to the Signal Officer of the Army; after which they will not be relieved from such duty, except by orders from the Adjutant General of the Army
54. Officers serving in the Quartermaster's Department will issue to signal parties of the Army serving in their vicinity, such supplies as may be necessary for their proper equipment, on the requisition of the officer in charge of such parties. The Quartermaster's Department will issue, upon the requisition of the Medical Officer in charge of any hospital or depot of sick and wounded soldiers, such regulation clothing necessary to their health and comfort, as may be requisite to replace that lost by them from the casualties of war. The necessity of the issue to be certified by the Surgeon, and the requisition to be approved by the Medical Director or Medical Inspector of the station. Such issue to be gratuitous and not charged to the soldier. The Quartermaster General will cause blank requisitions to be furnished to the officers of the various hospitals upon their application.
Signal Corps Association (1860-1865)