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G- E N E ER. A. L. A R R A N G E M H. N. T.
PART I.
RELATING TO THE NAVY, PRINCIPALLY.

*** -overning the Navy, and other miscel. Naval constructors. lanous provisions. Naval Observatory.

"haplains. Naval storekeepers.
Vivil engineers. Navy-yards.
ontracts and supplies. - l'ay Corps.
Ileserters and desertion. Pay and allowances.

Qismissal and resignation of officers. Professors of mathematics.
Engineer Corps. - Promotion and advancement.
Hopitals, asylums, artificial limbs, and cemeter. Rank and precedence.

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- Volunteer service. *** Academy-Naval cadets.

Warrant officers.

low Retirement. Hydrographic Office. Rations. the efficers. Secretaries and clerks. * , , Seamen and petty officers. Medical Corps. Vessels of the Navy.

PART II.
THE MARINE CORPS.

PART III. o

AccouxTs, ACCOUNTING AND DISBURSING OFFICERS, PUBLIC MONEY AND PROPERTY, NAVY DEPARTMENT AND BUREAUS, CIVIL SERVICE, ETC.

*"Tiations and estimates. ong officers and outs. ...to; - Disbursing, officers and agents—Checks, drafts, Ço ...no * Department of Justice. coins, and currency. .*-Department employos and regula- Navy Department and Bureaus.

I}ebts due by and to the United States.
Distress warrants.

co, - Public documents, public printing and binding. ... o claim agents. Public or Department records. "ift of Claims. - Piii. property and public buildings. "minout funds. Statutes. PART IV.

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. Absence of members.

. Witnesses examined in absence of a member.

. Suspension of pay.

. Flogging, branding, &c.
. Sentences, how determined. -
. Adequate punishment; recommendation to

mercy.

. Authentication of judgment.

Confirmation of sentence.

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coMMANDING OFFICERS To show Good ExAMPLE, ETC.

do." "... ARTICLE 1. The commanders of all fleets, squadrons, naval stations,

vision and cor and vessels belonging to the Navy, are required to show in themselves rection. a good example of virtue, honor, patriotism, and subordination ; to be vigilant in inspecting the conduct of all persons who are placed under their command; to guard against and suppress all dissolute and immoral No. and to correct, according to the laws and regulations of the avy, all persons who are guilty of them; and any such commander who offends against this article shall be punished as a court-martial

may direct. -

Ibid., art. 1.

Divine Service—ittire VERENT is EIIAVIOR.

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1)ivine service. ART. 2. The commanders of vessels and naval stations to which chaplains are attached shall cause divine service to be performed on Sunday, whenever the weather and other circumstances allow it to be done; and it is earnestly recommended to all officers, seamen, and others in the naval service diligently to attend at every performance of the worship

of Almighty God. - Irreverent be- ART. § Any irreverent or unbecoming behavior during divine service

havior. shall be punished as a general or summary court-martial may direct. Ibid., art. 2.

of FENSEs PUNIshABLE BY DEATH or otii ER PUNISIIMENT.

ART. 4. The punishment of death, or such other punishment as a court-martial may adjudge, Inay be inflicted on any person in the naval Service—

First. Who makes, or attempts to make, or unites with any mutiny or mutinous assembly, or, being witness to or present at any mutiny, does not do his utmost to suppress it; or, knowing of any mutinous assembly or of any intended mutiny, does not immediately communicate his knowledge to his superior or commanding officer;

Second. Or disobeys the lawful orders of his superior officer;

Mutiny.

Disobedience

“o. supe. Third. Or strikes or assaults, or attempts or threatens to strike or asrior officer. sault, his superior officer while in the execution of the duties of his office;

Inter course Fourth. Or gives any intelligence to, or holds or entertains any interwith an enemy course with, an enemy or rebel, without leave from the President, the Secretary of the Navy, the commander-in-chief of the fleet, the commander of the squadron, or, in case of a vessel acting singly, from his commanding officer; Messages from Fifth. Or receives any message or letter from an enemy or rebel, or, an enemy. being aware of the unlawful reception of such message or letter, fails to take the earliest opportunity to inform his superior or commanding officer thereof; Desertion in Sixth. Or, in time of war, deserts or entices others to desert; [See § 5 time of war. 1996–1998, DESERTION. ) Deserting trust. Seventh. Or, in time of war, deserts or betrays his trust, or entices or aids others to desert or betray their trust; Sl o: p in g on Eighth. Or sleeps upon his watch; watch. ti Leaving sta. Ninth. Or leaves his station before being regularly relieved; loin. willful strand. Tenth. Or intentionally or willfully suffers any vessel of the Navy to in 3 or injury of be stranded, or run o rocks or shoals, or improperly hazarded; or vessel. maliciously or willfully injures any vessel of the Navy, or any part of her tackle, armament, or equipment, whereby the safety of the vessel is hazarded or the lives of the crew exposed to danger; . Unlawful do - Eleventh. Or unlawfully sets on fire, or otherwise unlawfully destroys, i. !: "" any public property not at the time in possession of an enemy, pirate, ic property. or rebel ; striking flag Twelfth. Or strikes or attempts to strike the flag to an enemy or rebel, or reacherously without proper authority, or, when engaged in battle, treacherously

yielding. yields or pusillanimously cries for quarters; cowardice in Thirteenth. Or, in time of battle, displays cowardice, negligence, or battle. disaffection, or withdraws from or keeps out of danger to which he

should expose himself;

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