An ACT to Organize and Regulate the Militia of the State of Indiana; Passed at the Fifteenth Session of the General Assembly. Published by Authority

An ACT to Organize and Regulate the Militia of the State of Indiana; Passed at the Fifteenth Session of the General Assembly. Published by Authority

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1831 edition. Excerpt: ...fo call upon the quarter-master-general, for any information necessary to enable him to make such report, Sac. 93. All expenses necessarily accruing in the distribution, assignment. and preservation of public arms, under the provisions ofthis act. or in the safe keeping thereof, by the quarter-master-general, or the quarter-masters of brigade, shall be paid out of the state treasury, to be audited upon the certificate of the commander-in-chief, if such expense may have accrued previous to the delivery of such, public arms, to the commandants of companies, and upon the certificate of the proper brigadier-general. if such expense shall have accrued after such delivery. Snc. 94. The said quarter-master-general shall receive an annual salary offilty dollars. Sec. 95. It shall be the duty of the commander-in-chief, to cause the adjutant-general to distribute the copies of the "Abstract of Infantry tactics, including exercises and manceuvres of light infantry and riflemen, for the use of the militia of the United States,"--and of the "System of exercise and instruction of field artillery, including manoeuvresfor light or horse arlillery,"--latel furnished for the use of the militia of this state, by the lllnited States in' the fol-lowing manner, to wit: one copy of each to_the state library; one copy of the said "Abstract of tactics for the use of infantry and riflemen," to each major and brigadier-general, and to each division and brigade-inspector, and moreover to each brigadier-general one copy for the use of each fieldoflicer, adjutant and captain, or commandant of company, within the brigade of such brigadier-general, and one copy for the use of the subaltern oflicers of each company vgithin such brigade, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 73g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123692732X
  • 9781236927323