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ARMY      REGULATIONa 


ARMY    CIRCULARS, 


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SECfiETARY  OF  STATE  FOR  WAR. 


LONDON! 

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BY  HARRISON  k  SONS, 

PBINTEBB  IN  OBDIHABT  TO  HEB  1UJE8T1: 

1883. 


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INDEX 


TO 


ARMY    CIRCULARS, 

1868    TO    1882. 

[Hf.B. — ThiM  Index  does  not  Inelude  Claimes  and  Begulatlon« 
ivhiel^  were  eaneelleid  or  rendered  obsolete  before  Ist  January 

] 


A. 

AcoouHTs : 

Army  Reserve  (Ist  Class),  Pay  and  Deferred  Pay  to  be  sepiurate 
Commissariat  a&d  Tranf  port  Corps,  Equipment. .         v         . . 

Adxtttant  : 

Auxiliary  Forces,  Retir^  Pay  [Warrant] 
,,  „      -Retirement      .  •         .  • 

Cavalry  or  Infantry,  tenure  of  appointment 
Militia  and  Yeomanry,  Retired  Pay  [Warrant].  .- 

„       Officer  of  Regular  Forces  acting  as,  horse  lure,  &e. 
Volunteers,  Retired  Pay  [Warrant]         •  •         • .  . 

Admibaltti  Froyieions  to  troops  on  disembarkatioa 


•  • 


• » 


AoTHBTiMMum,  Army ;  Newipapen  in  wbieh  they  out  l>«  ioaerted 


Tear  and  OlaoM. 


1881.      8] 
1881.    2i 

1881.    180 

1881.  203 

1882.  226 

1880.  219 

1881.  187 

1879.  254 
1870.  167 

(154 
186 

(203 


1880. 


1881./ 


1882. 


229 

249 

303 

/  14 

88 

63 

89 

122 

143 

170 

202 

236 

272 

16 

51 

91 

,182 

V261 


B   2 


ir 


AttENTS : 

Allowances,  reyiBion  of  [Warrant]         

Regimental,  appointment  of  [Warrant] .  •         . .  . .         • . 

Aid  Society  at  seat  of  war.  Surgeons  and  Nurses,  and  supplies  of 

Allowances  . 

Baggage  (see  Baooaob). 

Browning  Arms,  to  cease ;  issues  to  be  in  kind 

Cartridge  cases,  collecting  empty.  •         .  •         

M  ,t  M  Nordcnfelt       

Clothing,  Extra  wear  and  tear  of,  South  Africa .  • 

(Commuted),  fuel  and  light  at  home  (see  Fuel  and  Liobt). 

Contingent  ^ee  Contingent  Allowance). 

Forage  (see  Foraoe). 

Fuel  (see  Fuel  and  Light). 

Horses,  conveyance  by  railway 

„        provision  of,  during  actiye  operations  [Warrant] 

Idbraxy , ,        ,  ^  / 

light  (see  Fuel  and  Light). 
Lodgiug  (tee  Lodging  Allowance). 

Mess  accommodation,  Officers,  temporary         

„    allowance,  Officers  with  Militia  during  training  . .         [. 
Quarters,  Royal  Engineer  Officers'  Civilian  Servants'  . . 

The  Royal  Warrant  and  Regulations,  issue  of 


Royal  Warrant  and  Regulations,  issue  of 


•  • 


•  • 


»t 


additions  and  alttrations 
ArparatioB  allowances,  ftmilies  of  Soldiers  on  FoMsn  Sar 


»i 


Year  and  CUase. 


1871.  116 
1881.  213 
1880.  151 


1878.  132 

1880.  194 

1881.  161 


1882.  21 
1882.  160 
188L  243 
1882.        2 


1882.  227 
1882.  229 
1882.     38 

(147 

1881     |g 

(274 

21 
38 
67 
97 
U7 

1882.(  gg 

166 
167 
168 
169 
190 
227 


2«3 
18S3.  97 
1882.  243 


Allowances — continued, 

Trayelling,  Railway   Warranta    for    return    from    Musketry 

Instruction 
„  Conveyance,  Soldiers  on  discharge  or  transfer  to 

Army  Reserve        .  •  •  •  . .         .  •         , . 

„  Expenses  and  Allowances,  Civilian  Subordinates    • . 


i> 


Allowances,  Civilian,  Subordinates    •  •         . .         • , 

„  ,,  v/mcer^    ••  ••         ■•  ••  », 

,,  Expenses  .„        ••         ..         ••         •• 

.,  Warrant  Officers,  non-commissioned  officers    and 

men,  marching  allowance .  • 
Veterinary  Surgeons   gaietted  to  Regiments  of  Household 
Cavalry  •  •         • .         •  •         •  •         •  • 

Ammunitiok  (see  also  Cabtridoes  and  GTrRFOWDEa) : 
Fuzes  and  Tubtf s,  Garrison  Artillery 
„  1,        Militia  „ 

„  ,,        Volunteer    „ 

Gun  practice  ond  ex<«rcise  of  Artillery  Militia,  Channel  Islands 
Gun,  and  Rocket«,  for  practice  and  exercise 
Guncotton  (see  Guxtcotton). 
Small-arm,  Militia.  •         •  • 
breaking  up  of 

for  practice  and  exercise 


•  • 


«» 


i» 


AirNurriKs  and  Prkstons,  Regulations  for  payment  of 


i 


•  • 


Extra  on  retirement  to  14  Officers  of  Royal  Artillery  (Warrant) 

ArPOIKTMRNT  : 

Acoountant-General,  and  Deputy  and  Assistant  Accountant- 
General  •  •         •  •         . .  •  •         •  •         •  •         •  • 

Assistant  Under  Secretary  of  State 
Director  of  Artillery  and  Stores,  Assistant 

1*  f»  ??  ••      to 

Director  of  Clothing,  Assistant   •  • 

,,  Contracts 

Director  of  Supplies,  &c.  ..  ••         ••         ..  •• 

Directors  of  Works,  Deputy        .  •         •  •         •  •  .  •  < 


Year  and  Olause. 


1882.  1 

1882.  228 

'''''{ill 

1882.  167 

1882.  168 

1882.  169 

1881.  149 


1881.   ]93 
1881.   196 

1881.  19/ 

1879.  18 

1882.  255 

1882.  129 
1881.   27 

f  96 

1879./ 122 

171 

1880.' 166 

1880.  84 


>» 


•  • 


1882. 
1878. 
1881. 
1881. 
1881. 
1877. 
1878. 
1877. 
1881. 


9f 


91 


Assistant 


Financial  Secretary 


I ;  1.81.  { 

l\   1882. 


1882. 
1882. 


54 

195 
70 
46 
47 

169 
52 

181 
19 
19 
71 
20 

132 


ApFOIBtMKKT-*-Con/tniiM/. 

First,  and  promotioo  of  officers  (Malta  Fencible  Artillery) 

[Instructions  on  Warrant  J . . 
Legal  Agent  in  Scotland  • . 
Parliamentanr  Under  Secretaiy  of  State 
Permanent  Under  Secretary  of  State       •  •         •  •  •  •         •  • 

Submarine  Defences,  Inspector  of  •  •  •  •         •  • 

Apprentices  (see  Reoimemtal  Debts  Act). 


Aemouesrs  : 

Care,  repair  and  browning  small-arms  and  bayonet  scabbards  ^ 
Martini-Henry,  Rifles,  Mark  I.,  Instructions  for 


•  • 


Arms  (see  also  Amhukitiok  avd  Browkiko). 
Barrels  damaged,  small-arms       .  • 

M  Boards  of  Surrey  and  Courts  of  Enquiiy 


•  • 


Browning,  eza{nination  and  repair 

Care,  repair,  tic.,  of  small-arms,  Instructions  for  Armourers    i 

Demands  for  small-arms  •  •         •  •         • ,  •  •         •  • 

Martini-Henry  and  Snider,  re-examination  of  •  • 
Martini-Henry  Rifles,  Mark  I.,  Instructions  for  Armourers 

(Martini-Henry),  cleaning,  instructions  for     '  .  • 

,,  Instructions  for  Serjeant-Instructors  of  Auxiliary 

Forces  ••         ..  ••         •• 

Militia,  biowning,  examination  and  repair 

(Snider),  instructions  for  care  of. .  •  •         • .  •  •         • . 

Armt  Act,  1881.  Definition  of  "Corps,*'  for  purposes  of  [Warrant] 
Army  Chaplains  (see  Chaplaiks). 


Year  snd  Cfbiise* 


Armt-Cobps  Establishxikts,  War  Strength 


{ 


Armt  Establishjceivtb  (see  Kstabushxbnts). 
Armt  in  thb  Field  : 

Line  of  C3mmunication8,  Regulations  for  the  organisation  of  .  • 

Regulations  for  supply  of  Stores  to 


Armt  Hospital  Corps: 

Compounders  of  Medicine,  examination 
Discnarge  or  re-transfer,  applications  for 
Diotrict  Officers  of  Orderkes,  charge  of  stores 
Manual  of  Instruction       •  •         •  •         . , 
Married  establishment      •  •         « . 

Regulations  « . 

„         Errata  and  Addenda.  •         • . 
Warrant  for  •  •         •  • 


I 


•  • 


1874.  161 

1876,  71 

1880.  158 

1878.  195 

1882.  55 


881.  253 

882.      29 
B76.    116 


880.  223 

882.      80 
882  ^217 

®®^i218 

881.  253 

882.      29 
882.    176 

881.  255 

875.    116 
881.{^ 

882.  258 

882.    218 

881.  240 
877.  186 

882.      23 

882.  232 


878.    126 

881.  270 

882.    155 


881. 
881. 
881. 
875. 
877. 
878. 
878. 
877. 


31 
284 
119 
103 
47 
28 
212 
125 


rU 


Abut  Msbicjll  Dst^ABTMBNT  (see  Msdioal  Dbpastmi^kt). 

Ammr  Pat  Dkpabticskt,  orgiiniiation  and  duties,  &c.  [Warrant] . . 
Chief  Pajmaster,  Medical  examination  on  promotion  to  rank 
of  [Instructions  on  Warrant]  .  •         •  •         • 


Armt  RssKBTii : 

Absentees  .  •         •  •         •  •         •  •         •  •         •  •         •  • 

Conreyance  of  soldiers  on  transfer  to    •  •         •  •         ;  • 

Permission  to  quit  United  Kingdom 

Retutna,  periodical  ••         ••  ••         »•         ••         •• 

Ist  Cla«B,  accounts  of  pay  and  deferred  pay  to  be  separate 

advance  of  pay  on  discharge  from  Military  Prison   • . 
clothing-,  pl»n,  on  discharge  from  ^risoki      •  • 
deferred  pay      ••  ••         ••         ••         ••         •• 

de-mobilisation  ••         ••         ••         ••  ••         •• 

descriptive  returns,  parchment  •  •  •  • 

enrolment  and  re-enrolmcnt    •  •         •  •         •  •         •  • 

forfeiture  of  service       .  • 


n 
n 


w 


W 


»9 


medical  inspection 


mobilised  in  1878,  Pensions  [Warrant] 
molnliaation  regulations  • .  •  •         •  • 

„  „         special  instructionfi  •  •         • 

payment  of  men  in  Goyemment  employment  or  in 

the  Police  Force 

Ist  C?las8,  payment  of  men  on  dischaige 

»,        permanent  service,  children,  attendance  at  school 


9' 


rejoining  for  army  service 


•  • 


{ 


2nd  Class,  equipment  and  clothing  of,  care  of 


•  • 


),  Pension  and  gratuities  •  •         •  •         •  • 

„  Section  D,  enrolment  of  Pensioners  to  cease,  Ac. 

»»  training  and  enrolment  •  •         •  • 

Ajuct  Schools  (see  Schools). 

Abxt  Sbbviob  Cobps  (now  Commissabiat  aitd  Tbaicsfobt  avd 
Obdnihob  Stobb  Cobps): 
Ordnance  Store  Corps  and  Commissariat  and  Transport  Corps, 

substituted  for  title  of  [WarrantJ  •  • 
Abtifiobbb  : 

Navalt  in  Station  Hospitals,  return  of 


Year  and  Oaute. 


•  • 


1877.   170S§l~fi 
1881.        S 


1880. 

109 

1882. 

228 

1882. 

158 

1879. 

25 

1881. 

81 

1881. 

57 

1882. 

206 

1878. 

205 

1882. 

239 

1880. 

298 

1879. 

24 

1880. 

297 

[  66  « 1-5 

1879.< 

87 

154 

1880.' 

82 
1208 

1882> 

[130 

1224 

1881. 

241 

1882. 

MI 

1882. 

1880. 

13 

1880. 

14 

1878. 

149 

1879. 

192,  §§-1 

1881.< 

f  65 
I  95 

1880. 

1180 
1183 

1882. 

174 

1881. 

68 

1882. 

95 

1881.  214 
1881.  163 


▼m 


Artillery  (Rotal)  : 

Ammunition  (see  Axmvkitiom). 

Annuity,  extra,  on  retirement  to  fourteen  Officers  of  [Warrant] 

Equipment  (see  Kquipment). 

Packing  {»ee  Equipmekt). 

Payment  under  Ke -organ iiation  effected  by  G.O.  72  of  1882.  • 

Siege  train,  distribution  of  . .         •  •  •  •         •  •         •  • 

Artillery  Material  of  Auxiliary  Artillery  . .  .  •         .  • 

„  Militia,  ammunition  ([see  Ammxtnitiok). 

„  Siege,  in  acti>e  operations,  instructions  for  serrice  of  •  • 

Auxiliary  Forces: 

Adjutant's  retired  pay  [Warrant]  , 

9,         and  Quarter-Master,  retirement        •  •         •  • 


Attendance  at  scboolB  of  children  of  Permanent  Staff  •  • 


I 


{ 


Artillery,  command  of     •  •         •  •         

9,        Equipment,  requisitions  for  •  • 

„        Materiel  ••         ••         ••         ••         •• 

Colonels,  Honorary,  appointment  of      •  • 

Oorrospondence,  Artillery  •  •  •  •         •  • 

Discharge  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men  from  Perma- 
nent Staff  .  •         •  •  •  •         • , 

Double  Commissions  in    •  • 

Elimination  of  Officers    •  • 

Gratuity  to  men,  when  injured  on  duty  .  •  •  •         •  • 

Honorary  rank  of  Officers  •  •         •  •  •  •         •  • 

Iu»truction8  to  Armourers,  Snider^Arms,  and  Martini-Henry 
RiBes . .  •  •    .     •  • 

Medical  attendance  on  Permanent  Staff,  deBnition  of  ^'  family  '* 

Military  books  and  maps  may  be  purchased  by  officers  on  re- 
payment. •         ..         ••         ••  ••         •• 

Militia  and  Enrolled  Pensioners,  small-arms,  issue  of  materials 
for  browning  and  cleaning,  in  lieu  of  money  allowance        • . 

Musketry  instruction  of  troops  armed  with  Snider  rifler,  issue 
of  Supplvmont  •  •         •  •  .  •  .  •         •  •         •  • 

Naval  men  fraudulently  enlisting  into     .  • 

Permanent  Staff  not  serving  on  Army  engagement.  Pensions  of 

•  [Warrant] 

,,  „     Subsistence  in  confinement  or  under  arrest  •  • 

Schools  of  Instroction  for  Officers  •  •  •  •         •  •         •  • 

Serjeaut- Instructors,  Martini-Henry  Arms 


Year  and  CUoM. 

1880. 

84 

1882. 

138 

1881. 

225 

1879. 

289 

1880. 

197 

1881. 

180 

1881. 

203 

1879. 

/124 

U38 

1880 

2S0 

1881. 

40 

1882. 

151 

1879. 

289 

1880. 

305 

1879. 

298 

1880. 

204 

1882. 

141 

1882. 

183 

1879. 

39 

1879. 

125 

1881. 

171 

1881. 

283 

1880. 

104 

1880. 

132 

1881. 

227 

1880. 

156 

1880. 

306 

1882. 

165 

1881. 

8 

1879. 

203 

1882. 

258 

Baooaor: 

Allowance,  Militia 
Steamboat  rates    « 


B. 


•  • 


1880.  g67 
1878.    131 


Baxkhxq  Acoottnts,  pensions  and  annuities.  •         •  •         . .        • 
Babbjlcks  (see  also  CoMMissjLBiATy  AVD  Oedkam CE  Stobs  Dbfabt- 

XBKT,  AND  StOBBS). 

Accommodation  in  ••         ••         ••         ••         ••         • 

Fire,  precautions  against .  •         •  •         •  •         •  • 


Fomituie  (see  FvamrvjOi), 

9,        schedules  of  revised  [Warrant] 


•  ■ 


>» 


schedules  of,  revised,  Chaplains'  surplices     . 
„        Warrant  Officers        •  •         •  • 
Inspection  Reports  • . 

Vacant  quarters    ••         ••         ••         ••         ••         • 


•  • 


BxDDiiro ; 

and  Clothing,  washing,  repair,  and  exchange 

Stoppages  for  on  board  troopships.  

Bibles,  requisitions  for,  &c.     ..         ••         ••         ••         •• 

BiT.LiABD  AND  Baoatblle  Tables, rules  for        '  ..         ••         •• 

BoABD  OF  Tbade,  Merchant  Seamen's  Fund  and  Trinity  House 

Regi^ter  to  be  handed  to.  •  .  •         . .  •  • 

BoMBABDiEKS,  acting,  establishment  of  (Instructions  on  Warrant). . 
Books  (see  also  Fobms  and  Stationbby)  : 

Army  Corps  Establishment  •  •         .  •        • 


Demands  and  issue 
Local  purchases  of 


\ 


(Military)  and  maps,  regulations  for 


!• 


•  • 


XJ8i4e8s,  disposal  of 


{ 


Year  and  daoae. 


1879.    122 


1879.    260 
1882.    103 


1872. 
1880. 


1881 


1882 


■{ 


1882. 
1882. 
1880. 
1882 


148 

174 

25 

192 

280 

25 

105 

175 

74 

28 

74 

103 


1882       27 
1872.     23 
1876.  167,§  27-29 
1881.  157 

1879.    171 
1870.   144 

^««2{232 
1879.  136 

1881.  33 
1876.  157,  §  48 

1879.  178 

1880.  132 

1881.  285 

/  17 
33 

50 

90 

112 

1882.  (  Va8 

181 
210 
222 
,238 
V261 
1876.  157,  S  33-40 
1878.      48 

1881.  235 


fiooHTtss : 

Militia       ••  «•         ••         ••         •• 

Militia  Beaenre     ••         ••         ••         ••        ••         ••         •• 

,»       Irish  Militia  Regiments  •  •         < 

fiaxKOiKO  MoKXT  (see  Rbcsvitino). 
Bbowniko  Abm8  : 

Instructions  for  Armourers  ••         ••         ••         ••  | 

Line  Corps  ••         ••        ••         ••         ••         c 

Militia       ••  ••         ••  ••         ••         ••  •         •» 

Material  for,  issue  of,  in  lieu  of  money  dlowanee         •  • 

BROirNi2fQ*8  ExPLODEK,  instractions  for  use  of       

BuFFEES,  HjdrauUe,  for  boat  serrice.  •         •  •  •        •  •         •  • 


0. 


Cakoellsd  akd  Obsolyti  Rsoulatxoks,  list  of,  annual 


„  „  I,  on  issue  of  new  Pay 

Warrant  and  Allowance  Regulations 

Caxtkkms         •         •• 

Cabruob  of  Clothing  and  Necessaries  (see  Clothing). 
Cabtbidoes  (see  also  Aicif  ttkitioh)  : 

AUowance  for  collecting 

^  ,,         Nordenfelt        ••         ..         ••         •• 

Empty  cases  ••         ..         • ••         •• 

Field  guns,  to  be  filled  in  Laboratories 

Making  up,  for  Rifled  Ordnance*  directions       •  •         •  •         I 

Catalrt : 

Household  (see^HousBHOLD  Oatalet). 

Cbbtificatb»: 

Medical,  Friendly  Societies  to  be  furnished  witli,  from  Station 
Hospitals  ..         •• 

Channel  Islands  Militia  : 

Arms  and  Accoutrements,  •  •  •         •  •         •  •         .  •         •  • 

Clothing 

Gun  Ammunition  ..  ••         ••         ••  ••         ••         •• 

Pay  and  Allowances         ••         ••         •• 


Yssr  sad  CSsnss. 


r   40  (Part) 

172 
^849 

1882. 

1880. 

f221 
1239 

1881. 

132 

1882. 

120 

1882. 

253 

1882. 

29 

1882. 

217 

1882. 

218 

1881. 

r226 
1227 

1880. 

144 

1879. 

46 

1878. 

13 

1879. 

21 

1880. 

22 

1881. 

18 

1882. 

19 

1881. 

237 

188^ 

253 

1878. 

132 

1880. 

194 

1878. 

132 

1881. 

137 

1879. 

287 

1880. 

224 

1880.  245 


1882. 
1882. 
1879. 
1882. 


83 


18 
69 


li 


Chaplains  : 

9tatbnery,  requisitions  for 

Surplices    ••         ..         •. 


Children,  Soldiers*,  attendance  at  school 

Permanent  Staff,  Auxiliary  Forces,  attendance  at  school 


{ 


Civil: 


Courts,  power  to  deal  with  desertion  and  fraudulent  re-enlist- 

oaent  of  Militiamen      •  • 
Courts,  Scotland,  prosecution  in  •  •         •  • 

Department**,  medical  attendance 


•  • 


•  • 


{ 


•  • 


•  • 


Civilian  Subordixates,  TraTelling  Expenses  and  Allowances     . . 

Clbeoymsn  : 

Officiating  to  Militia,  payments  to  .  •         •  •         . .         •  • 

Clothing  and  Necessaeibs. 

Accoimts,  annual,  consolidated,  period  of  rendering 
Allowance  for  extra  wear  and  tear,  South  Africa  .  • 

Army  Reserre       •  •         .  •         •  •  • .         •  •  .  • 

„  „        discharged  from  prison,  plain  clothes  •  • 

Boots,  worn,  for  return  to  store  to  be  tied  in  pairs 

„      knee 
Curiage  of,  and  necessaries         •  •         •  •         •  •         • , 

Great  Coats,  loan  of,  to  Volunteers         . .         .  •         • . 
Issue  of,  record  in  Soldier's  pocket  ledger  •  • 

Militia,  badges  of  rank,  Non- Commissioned  Officers    •  • 
„      Permanent  Staff  •  •         . .         •  •  •  •  • . 

„      Rates  for  making  up  and  marking         •  • 
Mobilization  of  Militia  Reserve  •  • 
Packages    •  • 

Petunol^  care  of  

Pocket  Ledger,  alteration. .         . . 


Year  and  Clause. 


1879.      20 

1878.  118 
1879  {123 

1879.  124 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


of,  and  necessaries 


Regulations.    Army  Regulations,  Yol.  XI.  [Warrant] 
««  Alterations  and  additions. .  • .         . 


Return  for  men  sent  home  from  India     •  •         •  •  .  • 

Value  when  worn  out       •  •         •  •         . .         .  • 

Volunteers  (see  Voluxteees). 

Warrant  and  Regulations,  issue  of 

W^arraut  Officerr  distinguishing  badges. 

Coast  Ouard,  Instructions  for,  in  regard  to  War  Office  Stores 
C01.OKBLS,  Honorary,  Auxiliary  Foroes,  appointment  of 


{ 


1881. 

M,$8 

1880. 

201 

1880. 

274 

1881. 

165 

57 

1882.<i 

117 

1 

1 135 

1881.(    _§ 
I  56 

1881. 

198 

1881. 

161 

1880. 

183 

1882. 

206 

1882. 

153 

1882. 

219 

1879. 

81 

1881. 

230 

1881. 

229 

1881. 

162 

1880. 

300 

1881. 

13 

1878. 

105,  §6-12 

1881. 

267 

1880. 

183 

1881. 

229 

47 

1882.1 

48 

.108 

1881. 

88 

1881. 

268 

1882. 

204 

1882. 

205 

1882. 

127 

1881. 

88 

1882. 

152 

1881. 

263 

1880. 

305 

zU 


Tear  and  CUoM. 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


Colonial: 

ArrangemenU  for  nrosecution  of  Ciyiliaa  Oflbnden 

„  „  legal  advice    . .         •  •         •  •         •  •  • . 

OoverBment^i,  employment  of  soldiers  under      •  •         .  •  • , 

OoMBUSTiBLK  (articles)  matches,  use  of  . .         •  •         •  • 

CoxKissABiAT  AKD  Tbanspobt  Sta»  (see  also  Babbacks  and 
Stobes)  : 
Appointment  of  Director  of  Supplies  and  Transport     •  • 
Banrack   furniture,  revised    Schedules   (see    Babbackb  and 

Fubnitubk). 
Bedding  and  clothing,  washing,  repair  and  exchange   •  •         • . 
,,      hair        •.         ..  .«         .•         ••  ••         •. 

Billiard  and  Bagatelle  Tables 

Books,  Ledger,  balance  . . 
Canteens  • .  : .  .  • 
Coal,  issue  and  weight  of.  • 
^'  Commissariat  and  Transport  Corps  "  substituted  for  Army 

Army  Service  Corps  [  WarrantJ  •  • 

Contractor,  insolTency  of  •  •         •  • 
Contracts,  opening  of  tenders 

„        late  tenders 
Customs  Duties,  exemption  from.  • 
Equipment  accounts  of    officers    commanding    detachments 

abroad    ••         ..  

Expense  Stores,  exchange  and  repair      •  •         •  •         •  • 

Fencing  articles  where  no  gymnasium    . .  •  • 

Fire,  precautions  against. .  •  •         . .         •  •         •  •         • 

Gas  not  chargeable  to  Public,  payment  for 


•  • 


•  • 


f  • 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


„  meters.  • 

Hospital  equipment,  revised  schedules 

Income  tax  on  property  hired  by  War  Department 
Regulations  for,  amended  issues  of         •  •  •  • 

Sheets,  wateqiroof,  part-worn,  for  musketry  instruction 
Stores  at  Foreign  Stations,  shipment  of  •  •  •  • 

Supplies  fur  Army  in  the  field 
Vaciint  quarters    .  • 
Commissions  : 


4  • 


•   • 


Army,  for  Militia  Subaltern  Officers 


{ 


„  „  „         in  Irish  regiments 

Extract  from  an  Order  in  Council  (5th  May  1873) 
Money  allowance  on  surrender  of,  Ciscontinued  f  Warrant^      •  • 
EegulatioDS  for  purchase  or  sale  of,  cancelled  [Warrant] 
CoMMUTATiox  of  retired  pay,  Ac.,  privileges  of  Officers 
CoMPAK  IBS,  Public  Trading,  tetum  of  civil  serraoti,  directors,  &c.,  of 
Comfoubdbbs  of  medicine,  examination        •  •         •  •  •  •        •  • 

CoHDOOToBa  of  Supplies  and  Stores  [Instructions  on  Warrant] 


1882.  49 

1882.  110 

1881.  36 

1882.  103 


1878.  52 


1882.  27 

1882.  147 

1881.  157 

1882.  11 
1882.  253 
1882.  145 

1881.  214 

1881.  220 

1881.  220 

1882.  146 

1882.  236 


1881. 
1882. 
1882. 
1882. 
1882. 

1882. 

1881. 
1881. 
1881. 
1882. 
1882. 
1882. 
1882. 


224 

104 

175 

103 

122 

a99 

1215 

12 

112 

58 

175 

214 

198 

103 


1881. 


•{l72 

1882.  156 

1881.  41,SS2-^ 

1882.  02 

1877.  187 

1373.  65 

1871.  160 

1877  187 

1880.  47 

1881.  31 
1879.  26 


xiil 


CoiTTiNOXKT  Allowavcb,  rates  of,  and  regulations.  • 

COKTlUOTt  : 

Tenders,  opening  of  • .         •  • 

,,      late         •• 

COSTSACTOBS: 

Insolvency  of        ••         ••         ••         ••         ••         ••         •« 

CovTSTAKCB  (seo  a]8o  Tbayblling)  : 

^      War  Department  Stores,  by  H.  M.*b  store  ships  .  • 

COBPOBALS  : 

Lance  (see  Lakcb  Oobpobaxs). 
CoBPS: 

"  Commissariat   and   Transport  **    and    "  Ordnance    8tore," 

substituted  for  Army  S^rrioe  Corps  [Warrant]    •  • 
Definition  of,  for  purposes  of  Army  Act  [Warrant  and  f 
Schedules]        •  •         •  •         •  •         •  •         .  •    -     •  •  \ 

CoBBBiPONDBNCB : 

Auxiliary  Artillery  •  • 

CuiTOMS  DuTiBs,  exemption  from 


D. 

Damaobs  (see  Babbaobs)  : 

Barrels  of  Small-arms < 

Bo«u*ds  of  Surrey  and  Courts  of  Enquiry 
Hospitals,  and  deficiencies,  personal  charge  for,  • 
Dbaths  and  Inraliding,  nominal  Annual  Returns 

^       regulations  under  Regimental  Debts  Act  [Warrant]  , . 

„       resignation  and  retirement,  Militia  Officer  • . 
Dbtbbbbd  Pat  : 

First  Class  Army  Reserve  I 

Dbsxbtbbs : 

Militia  Permanent  Staff, ''  Police  Gasette  "       . .         . .         » . 
Dbsbbtion  fsee  Rbgdcxntal  Dbbts  Act). 
Dbtaub  op  Equipmbbt  (see  Equipmbnt). 

DsTOBATOBS,  fuxcs  Bud  tubcs,  iustiuctions  for  testing         • .  < 

Dikts,  hospital,  receipts  for  supplies 

DiscHABOBD  Mbn  : 

AllowaEoes  to...        ..         ••  ••         •• 

ConTcyanoe  cf • 

Gratuities  to  Teomaniy   and  Volunteers,  Permanant  Staff 

[Warrant]         


Year  and  Clause. 


1882.  190 

1881.  220 

1882.  146 

1881.  220 

1879.  297 


1881.  214 

1881.  240 

1882.  241 

1879.  208 

1882.  236 


1880. 
1882. 
1882. 
1879. 
1879. 
1881. 
1880. 

1878. 
1879. 


223 

80 

80 

30 
262 

99 
307 

205 
192§1 


1880.  278 


1879. 
1880. 
1879. 

1882. 
1882. 


286 

144 
49 

118 
228 


1875.    44  $8 


XlT 


Yew  ind  ChoM. 


DlSOHASOBS  : 

Non-eommiflsioned  officers  and.  men,  Permanent  Staff,  of 
Auxiliary  Forces  ••         •. 

DifllNFECTAirrs 

OiSTBiOTs,  Pension  (see  Pkcsiok). 
Dbiix: 

Militia,  Mosketiy  Instruction .»         «« 


■  • 


•  * 


•  t 


•  • 


E. 

Elxotbio  Fisnro  (^ayal),  Stores  for,  Instruotioqs 

„  „  M      Proportions 

Ekoxksxb  DsPABTMjrar  rRorix): 

Issue  of  Betised  ReguUtions 
EironnEBH  Pa^t,  Company  Seijeant-Major  [Warrant] 
Eklistmkkt  : 

Fraudulent,  from  Militia  into  Navy  or  Marines  [Warrant] 
I,  Naval  men  into  Auxilisry  and  Reserve  Forces 

Enquibies  concerning  soldiers  ••  

Ekbolxeut,  1st  Class  Army  Reserve 

Kqoipmuit: 

Accounts  abroad,  separate  •  •  • . 

Store,  Boyal  Artillery,  instructions  for  keeping 

Aoooutrements,  &c^  of  Soldiers  from  India,  return  or  . . 

Ammunition  (see  Amuiznition) 

Arcs,  graduated,  trave^sin^,  for  S.M.Ij.  guns    •  •         • , 
„     instructions  for  refilling  graduations  in     • .         .  • 

Arms  fsee  Abjcs). 

Army  Reserve,  2nd  olass,  and  Enrolled  Pensioners^  care  of 

Browning,  exambation,  and  repair  of  small-arms  •  • 

Browning  and  deaning  arms,  issue  of  materials  for,  in  lieul 
of  money  allowance j 

Cartridges  for  Rifled  Ordnance,  directions  for  making  up        < 

Commiisariat  and  Thmsport  Corps,  equipment  ledgers  •  • 

L/yiinoers  ••  ••         ••  ••         >•         ••         ••         «« 

ENimages  to  arms.  Court -Msrtinl  and  Boards  of  Enquiry 
Details  of  Equipment  for  13-pr.  ILM.L.  Batteries,  War  and 
Peace  Estiiblishments        •  •         • .         •  •         » . 
Dif^ablement  or  destruction  of  guns  by  guncotton,  instructions 
EnroQed  Pensioners  and  2nd  class  Army  Reserve,  care  of 
Flags  (see  Flags). 

Friction  tubef^,  period  of'  retention  abroad*  packing 
'  „  '        and  fuicf ,  ages  of  


•  • 


« • 


1880.  204 
1882.    141 

1880.  122 

1881.  141 


188l{  g| 


874.     73 
876.     22 

882.  260 
882.    188 

881.  7 

880.  306 
879.     82 

879.  24 

881.  224 

882.  78 
882.  201 

882.      81 

881.  138 

880.  180 

882.  217 

»'•{§? 

879.  287 

880.  224 

881.  224 

882.    148 
882.      80 

881    266 

882.  200 

880.  180 

881.  262 

882.      13 


XV 


99 


t  • 


Year  and  Clause. 


Bquipmshx — continued. 

Fazes  for  inatructioii  in  boring    •  •         •  •         •  •       .  •  •        •  • 

„     and  friction  tabes,  Oimrison  Artillery • 

„  „  inspection •  • 

Harness,  saddlery,  &o.,  materials  for  repair  and  preservation  . . 

Horse-hair,  issue  of         •  •         

^lorse-slioes  ••         ••         ••  •• 

„  and  nails . .        • .         • . 

Instmotions  for  preparation  of  shells  and  fuses,  smooth-bore, 

ordnance  .  • 
„  ,,  „      and   examina- 

tion of  field  shells,  rifled  ordnance  •  • 
refilling  graduations  in  arcs      . .        •  • 
relating  to    care,  &c.,  of  Snider  Arms  and 
Martini-Henry  Rifles  •  •         •  •         •  • 

„  re*Yenting  ordnance 

Ledger,  equipment,  instructions  for  keeping     • . 
Lifting  apparatus,  testing  and  preservation 
Machine  guns,  instructions  for,  care,  preservation  and  examination 
Marking  equipment         ••         ..         ..         ••  ••         •• 

Mess  tin,  includes  strap  and  cover 
Ordnance,  wrottght*iron,  re-venting,  instructions  for    . . 
„         for  saluting  purposes,  examination  of 
„         preservation  of,  testing  and  preservation  of  lifting 
apparatus     ..         ..         .•         ..         •• 

Packing  9-pr.  and  12-pr.  batteries  •  •         •  •         •  • 

Pistols,  marking   . . 

Rammers,  for  12'5-in.  guns         •  •         . ,         

Re^mental,  instructions  for  marking 

Begulations— Army  Regulations,  Vol.  III.  [Warrant].  • 

„  „  further  list  of  clauses  can« 

celled  by  •• 


1880 
1881 
1882 
1882 
1882 
1882 
1881 

1880 

1881 
1881 


» 


additions  and  alterations 


Requisitions  for,  Auxiliary  Artillery 

Rockets  and  gun  ammunition  for  practice  and  exercise  • . 

Shells  and  fiixes,  instructions  for  preparation  of,  smooth-bore 

ordnance.  • 
„  for  B.L.  guns 

ou  "  Interrupted  Screw  "  system 

for  f  reparation,  and  for  examina- 
tion of  filled  shells,  rifled  ordnance     • . 
Sheepskins  for  Hoi-sc  and  Field  Artillery 
Soldiers  in  the  Field,  "  mess  tin  "  definition 
8iege  Train,  distribution  and  charge  of  . , 

KbTABLISBMKNTS  : 


>» 


>» 


•  • 


Armv-Coips,  War  Strength 


( 


1880 
1882 

1881 

1881 
1881 
1881 


299 
193 
148 
256 
126 
119 
85 

177 

160 
138 


1881. 

228 

188:i. 

82 

1882. 

79 

1882. 

179 

1881. 

194 

1882. 

216 

1881. 

257 

1882. 

82 

1882. 

178 

1882. 

179 

1870. 

208 

1882. 

125 

1881. 

169 

1882. 

45 

1881. 

115 

1881. 

195 

1881. 

282 

1882. 

44 

1882. 

150 

1882. 

216 

1882. 

151 

1882. 

255 

177 

257 

160 
266 
257 
225 


1877.  186 

i2i  23 
^  1 232 


1882 


Z?I 


EsTABUSBnSTS — Continued. 

Lance-Serjeants  and  Corporala,  and    Acting   Bombardiers  f 
(Instructions)     ••  ..  ••         ••  ••         ••  ( 

Married  soldiers  (see  Marbisd  Soldibbs). 
Indian  (late)  Artillerj  and  Engineers,  Lieut-Colonels,  Majors, 
and  Captains  [Instructions  on  Warrant] 

Regimental,  1882-83 

„  „         revised •• 

BxAMiVATiOK,  Officers  of  Auxiliary  Forces 

„  compounders  of  medicine     • .         •  •         .  •  • . 

Exchanges^  Medical  Officers  serring  in  India        

ExTBA  Pat,  Masters  and  Crews  of  War  Department  yessels 


Tear  sad  daoaa. 


P. 


Famxlibs  or  Soldibbs  (see  Wombb  abd  Childbbn,  avd  Mabbibd 

Soldibbs). 
On  Foreign  Serrice,  allotment  of  pay  to           .  •         .  •        •  • 
Permanent  Staff,  Auxiliary  Forces,  defined  with  respect  to 
medical  attendance       •  •         


Fares: 

By  steamboata 


Through  London  to  Dublin         •  •        •  • 

,,        London  to  V/aterford 

„        Fort  George,  Aberdeen,  Ac.,  to  London 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


Fblobt  (see  Rigimbbtal  Debts  Act). 
Pbitcino  Abticles,  supply  of,  where  no  gymnasium 
Field  Allow ahce  :  . 

Militia  Officers  under  instruction  •  •  . .         •  •  • . ! 

Fjeld  Sketcrxkg  and  Reoonbaissakcb,  instruments  for  iniitruc- 
tion  in..         *'        ..         .«         ..        «.         ••         .. 

FfHAHOIAL  brSTRUCTIOKS,  18S2: 


Additions  and  amendments 


1876. 

144 

1879. 

228 

1878. 

165  S$ 

1882. 

99 

1882. 

231 

1879. 

39 

1881. 

31 

1881. 

129 

1878. 

200 

1882.245 


1880. 
1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1881. 
1881. 
1882. 
1882. 


104 

113 

80 

80 

131 

108 

24 

8 

194 


Iwne  of 


1882.    175 

1881.  109 
1880.    187 

{191 
244 
245 

1882.  170 


XYU 


PiNAvcr AL  Sboretart,  War  Office,  appoiQtment  of 
FiNBS  UNDER  Arht  Act,  particulars  to  be  notified   •  • 
Fir  B,  precautions  against         ..         ..         ••         •« 
Flags: 

Red,  issued  to  coast  batteries  for  use  during  practice   .  • 
Foragb: 

Allowance,  1882 

Forfeiture  or  Service,  1st  Class  Army  Reserve  •  • 
Forms : 

Demands  and  issues  .  •         •  •         •  •         •  •         •  •  < 

Recruiting,  autbority  for . . 

W.O.,  re-numbered  and  named  Army  Forms     •  • 
Frbight  : 

Payment  for,  at  foreign  stations  to  be  cbarged  as  navy  payments 
in  Treasury  Chest  Accounts     .  •         .  •  •  •         •  • 

Friction   Tubes    (see    Ordnance    Store    Defartmeni    and 

EaUIPMBNT.) 

Fuel  and  Light  : 

Commuted  allowance  in  lieu  of,  at  home.  •         • ! 

Issues,  under  canvas  at  home       . .         •  •         .  •         •  •  • . 

Furniture  (see  also  Barracks)  : 

Barrack,  schedules  of  [Warrant J.  •         •  •         •  •  •  • 

Fuzes  and  Tubes  : 

Ages  of      . «         • .         •  •         •  • 

Garrison  Artillery  •  •  .  •  . .  . .  •  • 

Inspection  of         •  •  •  •         •  •  •  •  •  •         ,  • 

FuzBS  AND  Tubes — continued. 

Instructions  for  proof-  of  •  •  •  •  •  • 

Instructions  for  testing    . .  •  • 

„  iu  boring       •  •  • .  . .         •  •         •  • 


Year  and  Clause. 


a. 


Gas: 


Meters       ••         ••         ••        •• 

Not  chargeable  to  public,  payment  for 


>•— *« 


1882.  132 

1880  168 

1882.  103 

1882.  44 

1882.  134 

1880.  297 

1876.  157 

1871).  136 

1881.  33 
1880.  167 

1880.  50 


1881.   78 


1882.   98 
1882.  166 

1872.  148 
1880.  174 


1881 


• 


25 
192 


1882.      12 
1881.    193 

1879.(156 

1881.  223 

1879.  286 

1880.  299 


1882/ 199 

1  215 

1  882.  122 


••• 

xnvL 


Gas-Cbeck8,  Report  of  Guns  not  fit  for        •  •         • .         .  •  ,      •  • 
Obatuitibs  : 

Auxiliary  Forccn,  men  injured  on  duty  • .         •  •         .  •         •  • 

Long  Service  and  Good  Conduct  •  •  •  •         •  •         / 

Permanent  Staff,  Yeomanry  and  Volunteers  [Warrant] 

On  re-enga(2:ement  aboliBbed        . .         •  • 
Gbkatcoats,  issue  of,  to  Volunteers  • . 
GaKcoTTOM : 

Inspection  by  Inspector  of  Warlike  Stores       .  •  •  • 

Packing,  storing  and  inspection  of  damp,  Instructions .  •  < 

Return  of,  in  store  •  •         .  •  . .  .  • 

Storin*^  and  InRpeetion  of  dry,  Instructions       •  • 

Gunpowder  (tee  also  Ammunition). 

Kxamination,  classification,  an^  treatment  of  certain     •  • 
Wettini^,  mode  of. .  . .  •  •         •  •  • .         •  •  « • 

GuKs  (see  O&dhakcjc). 


H. 


Half  Pat: 

Commutation  of,  and  priviK*gcs  of  Officers         •  •         •  •         •  • 

HoiiOBAST  Colonels,  Auxiliary  Forces,  apnointment  of    • .         •  • 

,«  Rank  of  Orncs&s,  Auziliury  Forces 

lIousL  Shoes  AND  Nails i 

lIonsEs : 

ConTeyanco  of,  by  railway  . .         • .         •  •         •  • 

Hire,  for  Line  Offic<T8  acting  as  Adjutants  of  Militia  •  • 
Provision  of,  during  active  operations  [Warrant]         •  • 

Hospitals: 

Accommodation     ••         ••         ••         ••  ••         ••  •• 

Damag(*s,  personal  chances  for    •  • 

Diets,  rec<*ipts  for  supplies  .  •  

„      on  admission  or  quilting  .  •         •  •         • .         •  • 

Equipment,  Sevised  Schedules 


Tear  uid  Clrast. 


1881.   158 


1879. 
1879. 

1882. 

1875. 
1881. 
1881. 


{ 


125 
65 
95  $3 

1 100 

1212 

1233 
44§3 

130 
230 


1881.  264 

1881.  250 

1882.  107 

1879.  106 

1881.  222 

1880.  41 

1881.  27 


1877.  137 

1880.  305 

1881.  171 

1881.  85 

1882.  {IJI 

1882.   21 

1881.  187 

1882.  160 

1879.  260 
1879.  30 
1879.  49 
1881.  164 


1881 


f    12 

1281 


xix 


Year  and  Claose. 


Hospitals — continued. 

Field  Equipment  •  •         . .         .  •         •  •  •  •         . .  •  • 

Men,  for  injuries  otherwise  than  in  action,  Coart  of  Enquiry  •  • 

Officers,  admission  of       •  •  •  • 

Return  of  men  io,  on  account  of  an  offence  ...  •  • 

Station »  sick  seamen,  Marines,  and  naval  artificers,  return  of  . . 

Stationary,  field,  for  Army  on  active  service,  Aid  Societies 

Stationery,  supplies  of*.         •• 

Stoppages,  ofiences  requiring  stoppage  of  the  whole  of  soldier's 

pay,  Army  Act  1881 

„         Returns,  Station  Hospitals    •  • 
Suhordinates  not  belonging  to  Army  Hospital  Corps,  eztra-^uty 

pay,  monthly  return  of  •  •  ••         •  • 

Wives  of  soldiers  during  chUd-birth       •  •         . .         •  •  • . 

Hot  Meal,  Allowance  to  Innkeeper?,  Permanent    Staff  Militia 
(Erratum)  ••         ••         ••  ••         ••         •• 

HoirsEnoLD  CAVAI.BT,  Married  Establishment  ••  ..  •• 
Household  Tboops,  appointment  of  Lieutenants  [Warrant]  • . 
Htdbavlic  Buffebs  for  boat  service  • . 


I. 


Incoxe  Dutt,  Regulations 

ff       Tax  on  property  hired  by  War  Department  •  • 
IircKEASBD  Pat  (see  Pat). 
IifDiA : 

Medical  Officers  not  affected  by  Royal  Warrant  of  27.  11.  79 

(Instructions  on  Warrant)  • . 
„  „       serving  in,  exchanges  •  •  •  •         •  •         •  • 

Savings  bank  balances  of  men  going  to  or  coming  from 

„  „  „         coming    from  for  discharge  or 

transfer  to  Reserve     •  • 
Soldiers  serving  under  Qovemment  of,  to  be  on  Unattached 

List  [Warrant] 

IjmiA-RuBBBB  or  Gutta-Pebcha  articles,  storage  of        •  •         • . 

IiTDiAV  Armt,  Pensions  of  men  wbo  volunteered  from  [Warrant]  ) 

Officers  who  volunteered  fron,  to  new 

Line  Regiments 
men  who  voluuteered  from,  discharged 
prematurely   ••         •• 
(late)     Establishment     of      Lieutenant -Colonels, 
Majors,  and  Captains  of  Artillery  and 
Engineers  [Instructions  on  Warrant  j     •  • 
„  „       Retirement    of    Artillery    and     Engineer 

Officers  [Warrant] 


} 


1879. 

1882. 

1881. 

1882. 

1881. 

1880 

1876. 

1882. 
1881. 

1880. 

1880. 

1880. 
1877. 
1882. 
1879. 


296 
31 
231 
193 
163 
151 
157 

207 
269 

129 

302 

23& 
47 

UA 
46 


512 


1881.    112 


•  • 


M 


»» 


V 


»• 


n 


>i 


n 


»f 


•  • 


•  • 


1880.  1  §.  1 

1881.  129 

1868.  50 

1881.  76 

1875.  74 

1879.  129 

1881.  242 

1882.  laa 

1882.  171 

1869.  107 


1878.    IBS§$1-^ 
1882:   ISS" 


cS 


XX 


Year  and  Clause. 


Iksaicitt  (pce  Regimental  Debts  Act.) 

IK8TST7CTION  OP  Troops  iw  Field  Wokks,  Stores  for    • . 


( 

) 


»l 

99 


,,  Engineer  Voliinteen  in  Field  Work 

„  Non- Commissioned  Officers  in  field  sketching  and 
reconnaissance,  instruments  for  . .  •  •  • . 

iKBTRUCTIOIfa  : 

Armourers,  care,  repair,  and  browning  Small- Arms  and  Bayonet 

Scabbards  ..  ..         ••  •• 

Martini-Henry  Rifles,  Mark  L         •  •         •  •  • . 

Snider  Arms  and  Matlini-Henry  Rifle,  Auxiliary 
Forces        ..         ..         ..         ••         •• 

Army  Hospital  Corps,  manual  of. .  • .  .  •  • .  •  • 

Care  of  Snider  Arm?,  and  cleaning  Martini-Henry  rifles 
Coating  exterior  of  Submarine  I^Iines,  Buoys,  Circuit-Closers, 
Jacketf*,  &c.       «•         ••  ••         «•         ••         ..         •• 

Deferred  Pay,  Army  Reserve      .  •         .  •  •  •         •  • 

Disablement  or  destruction  of  guns  by  guncotton 
Gunootion,  packing  and  inspection  of  dry  •  •  • , 

Pf  ,9  „  wet         •  •         •  •  < 

Hydraulic  buffers  for  boat  senrice  . .  •  •         •  • 

Machine  guns,  cuse,  preservation,  examination  .  •  .  •  • . 

Orduance  wrougbt-iron,  re- renting       •• 


Pcn6ioner9,  to  Officers  paying 


Proof  of  tubes,  primers,  fuzes     • .         .  •  •  • 

Refilling  grudualions  in  arcs       ••         ••         ••         •• 

Shells  and  luzes,  prepaiations,  smooth-bore  ordnance   .  • 
„  .,  ,,  and  examination  of  tilled  shells, 

rifled  ordnance. .  •  • 

9,  „  „  B.I.,  guns  on '^interrupted  screw'* 

system 
Serieant  Instructors,  Auxiliary  Force?<,  Maitlni-Henry  Arms 
Siege  Artillery  in  active  operations,  ser%'ice  of  .  • 
Storage  and  inspection  of  submarine  mining  and  telegraph  stoies 
and  apparatus    ••         ••         ••         •• 

Stores  to  ll.M.  t»hips  for  electric  flring  and  tor|)edu  services    . . 
Testing  Detonators,  Fum  and  Tubes     . 

fy  „  „  „      Browning  8  Exploder  and 

Testing  Battery 
IirsTBVCTiOKs,  Secrltibt  07  State* s,  ok  Rotal  Warrants  : 

Cliiel  Paymaster,  medical  examination  on  promotion  to  rank  of 
^      Conductors  ot  Supplies  and  Stores  . .  .  •  , . 

Lanee  Bank,  Efttabliahment •         < 


878.  138 

879.  50 
881.  200 

880.  187 


881.  253 

875.  116 

881.  283 

876.  103 

881.  228 

881.  59 

878.  205 
882.  200 

881.  222 

881.  250 

882.  107 

879.  46 

881.  IM 

882.  82 

,60 
882.  /137 

1192 

881.  223 

881.  138 

880.  177 

881.  160 

882.  257 
8S2.  258 
880.  197 

880.  247 

874.  73 

879.  286 

880.  144 

881.  2 
879.  26 
876.  144 
879.  228 


I 


XXX 


Year  UKyOlaase. 


Ikst&itctions — continued 

Indian  (Lite)  Artillery  and  Engineers,  Lieut-Colonels,  Majors, 
and  Ciiptains      ..  ..  ..  ..  ,. 

Malta  Fencibies,  First  Commissions 

Medical  Officers,  Household  Troops,  Brigade  Surgeon .  • 

9,  n        Serving  in  India,  Warrant  of  27th  ^OTember 

1879,  not  applicable  to 
Instruments  for  instmction  in  field  sketching  and  reconnaissance  . . 


Intxntort  Boards 


{ 


1878.    165  S§  3 
1874.    151 

1880.  282 


1880.        1,  ^ 

1880.  187 
285 
295 


1879 


■{ 


J. 


J  osiiCEs' Clerks'  Fees 


L. 


Lanob  Serjeants  and  Corporals^  establishment  of  [Instruc- f 
tions  on  Warrant]. .  •»  ••  .  ..  .,  \ 

Latrine  Paper,  supplies  of  •  •         •  •         •  •  . .         . .         , . 

Lbatb: 

Militia  and  Militia  Reserve 

Lecturing  Apparatus  ••         ..         ..         ..        ..         J 

Ledgers  : 

Pocket,  alteration  of  as  regards  issue  of  clothing 
Legal  Proceedings: 

Colonies,  prosecution  of  civil  offenders  . . 
„  legal  advice 

General  regulations  • .         • .  . .  • .  • . 

LrrTERs  Patent,  as  to  taking  out       •  •         •  •         •  •         •  • 

Libraries  : 

Librarj  Allowance  ••         ••  ..         ••         ••  •< 

Lieutenants,  Household  Troops,  appointment  [Warrant]. . 


1880.    145 


1882.     64 


1876.  144 
1879.  228 
1876.    157 


1880.   251 
1876.      40 

110 
179 


1878 


1881.  229 

1882.  49 

1882.  110 

1881.  32 
1872.  106 

1881.  243 

1882  2 

1882.  114 


XSIl 


Link  of  Communications,  Regulations  for  the  Organization  of, 
with  on  Army  in  the  Field  •  •  •  •         •  •  •  •  •  • 

LoDGiKO  Allowance: 

Militia  Officers  under  Instmction 

NoD-coQimibsioned  officers  appointed  paid  recruiters     .  • 


LoKe  Sbbtice  and  Good  Conduct,  gratuities  for  ,, 


•  • 


Lucifer  Matches,  use  of     •  • 
Lunatics,  orders  for  reception  of,  on  discharge 
(See  also  Bsgimentax  Debts  Act). 


•  • 


•  • 


Maoic  Lanterns 


Slides 


Malta  Fencible  Abtillbrt: 

Commissions  as  Lieutenant  in  f  Listructions  on  Warrant] 
Maps  (see  Books,  Militabt). 
Mabines  (Rotal)  : 

L:i  station  hospitalff,  return  of     • .         •  •  •  •         •  • 

Sto]>pti(;cs  (( r  fraudulent  enlistment  from  Militia  ^Warrant] 
Married  Kstablishuent: 

Regiments  in  India  •  •         •  •         •  •         • .         •  • 

Boyal  Artillery     ••         ••  ••         .«  ,«         ,. 

Malta  Fencihles  and  West  India  Regiments      •  •         •  • 

Military  Moui«U'd  Police 
Married  Soldiers — 


•  • 


• » 


•  • 


Regtthitioiia 


•• 


Roll  

.,,    Militia,  Pennanent  Slaif 


•  • 


•  • 


Year  sad  Clansa. 


1878.    126 


1881.  109 

1882.  227 

[  61 
l233 

1882.  103 
1880.  202 


1876.   40 
1874.  151 


1881.   163 

1881.  7 

1882.  199 

1877.  79 

1878.  170 

1878.  68 

1871.    53JM-26 

n 

1876.  165  (Put) 

lB78.{iW 

1879.  151 

1880.  30 

1881.  100 

1B71.     53,S14-16 
1880.291 


•  •• 

XZIU 


Mjlbtint-Henby  Asms  (see  Abms). 
Medical  Attemdakcb: 

Pensioners  and  Civil  Departments 

Permanent  Staff  of  Ausiliary  Forces,  definition  of  "  family  " 
Wives  and  children  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  soldier 


{ 
{ 


• . 


„  „  Warrant  Officers  ..  • 

Medical  Dbpabtmcnt,  Army  : 

Accommodation  in  barracks  and  hospitals 

Admisuiion  of  Officers  to  Military  Hospitals 

Arms  &c.  of  wounded  men,  disposal  of  .  •         •  • 

Army  Corps  Establishments        .  •         •  •  •  •         •  •         . 

Attendance  (see  Medical  Attekdavck) 

Certificate,  Friendly  Societies  to  be  furnished  with 

Court  of  inquiry  on  men  admitted  into  Uospit^d  for  injuries 

1  eceived  otherwise  than  in  action        •  • 
Du^infection  and  fumigation         .  •  •  •         • .  •  •  . 

Examination  of  recruits  and  re-engaged  men 
„  „        by  civilian  practitioners 

„  on    promotion    to    rank    of    Chief    Paymaster 

(instructions  on  Warrant)         . .  « • 

Hospitals  (see  Hospitals). 

India,  Officers  serving  in,  Warrant  of  27th  November  1879  not 

applicable  to  (Instructions) 
19  n  jy  exchanges 


loipection  of  1st  Class  Army  Reserve 


I 


Yeftr  and  Claiue. 


Instruments,  appliances,  and  materials  •  • 

Meteorological  observations 

Officers,  Household  Troops,  Brigade  Surgeon  (Instructions  on 

Warrant) 

„      Militia,  superannuation  . .  '       . .  • .         •  •          • 
Begulations  (Army  Regulations,  VoL  VI.) 

Returns,  Annual,  Deaths  and  InTaliding,  •  •  • 

Stretcher  bearers,  regimental,  training  of  .  • 

Suicides  and  attempted  suicides,  return  of  •  •         •  •          • , 

Vaccination  of  Militia  Recruits  .  •          • .  •  • 

Wives  of  Soldiers  not  to  embark  within  three  months  of 

conftnemeDt       ••         ••          ••          ••  ..          •• 

Mbdioal  Officbbs  : 

Duties  iu  charge  of  troops  on  board  ship 

Examination  of  Militia  Recruits  • .         •  •  

Militia,  superannuation •  •         •  •         • 


} 


880.  274 

881.  165 

880.  104 
879.  200 
879.  261 

881.  30 

879.  260 

881.  231 

882.  15 
877.  186 

880.  245 

882.  31 
881.  141 

880.  150 

880.  246 

881.  2 


880. 

1,§1 

881. 

129 

r 

56,  §1-5 

.879< 

8^ 

1 

154 

88o| 

82 
208 

882| 

130 
224 

1881 

117 

.882. 

84 

880. 

282 

881. 

16 

878. 

192 

879. 

262 

882. 

220 

882. 

208 

881. 

232 

881. 

U8 

880. 

152 

881. 

278 

881. 

16 

xxir 


•  • 


Ubrchakt  Seamer'8  Fukd,  and  Trimitt  House  Peksioners — 

Regulations  for  payment  of  Pensions  and  Annuities 
Meis: 

Fund,  subscription  of  Quarter-Master  [Warrant]  •  • 

Mess  tin  includes  strap  and  coyer  •  • 

Utensils,  stoppages  for  on  board  troopships        •  •         .  •  •  • 

MiLiTABT  College  (Royal),  Ooyemment  of  (/Warrant] 

„'        Prisons  (see  Pbisons). 
Militia  : 

Adjutants,  retired  pay  of  [Warrant]       •  •         

„         acting,  norse  hire  and  travelling  expenses  to  Line 

Officers      ••  • 

y         retired,  holding  civil  appointments  .  • 
Allowance  at  Schools  of  Musketry  or  Gunnery  discontinued    • . 
„        for  hot  meal  on  the  march  (Erratum) 
„        lodging,  fuel  and  light,  field,  and  travelling.  • 
„        Permanent  Staff,  during  non-training  period        •  •  • 
.,        recruits  attached  to  regimental  depdt,  separate  state- 
ments and  returns,  • '        •  •         •  •         •  • 

Ajnmunition  (see  Ammuvitior). 

Artillery,  payment  of,  under  reorganization  effected  by  G.O.  72 

ofl882  

Artillery  stores  for  drill  and  instruction 

Arm  chests,  damage  to    . .         . .         .  •         •  •         •  •         •  • 

Arms,  browning,  examination  and  repairs  •  •         •  •         • . 

,,      cleaning,  kc^  Rangoon  oil  for      • .         •  •  •  • 

„      Snider,  and  Martini-Henry  Rifles,  care  and  cleaning, 
instructions        ••         ••         ••         •• 

Badges  of  rank,  non-commissioned  officers 

Baggage  Allowance  •  •         •  •         .  •         

Bounties 


»» 


forfeiture  of 


« 


♦« 


forfeiture  for  sickness  caused  by  misconduct.  •         •  • 

Irish  Regiments  < 

men  enlisting  for  Regular  Forces,  re-cnlisted  men, 
and  recruits  •  •         •  •         . .         •  •         • . 

Camp  equipment,  pay  to  men  left  in  charge  of,  after  training  •  • 
Channel  luands  (see  CiULirvEL  Islands  Militia). 

Clergymen,  Officiating,  payments  to      •  •         •  •        •  •         •  • 

Clothing  and  necessaries,  men  volunteering  for  Regular  Forces 

„  prices  of         ••        ••         •• 

„  reauits,  preliminary  drill 

necessaries,  and  aecontrementf,  markmg 

Permanent  Staff 


♦1 
11 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


•  f 


Year  and  OhMise. 


1879.  171 

1880.  54 

1881.  257 

1872.  23 
1876.  30 


1880.  219 

1881.  187 
1881.  206 

1882.  63 

1880.  238 

1882.  67 

1881.  110 

1882.  68 


1882.  138 

1880.  271 
1882.  180 

^^^-  {259 

1881.  227 


1881. 

1881.  162 

1880.  267 

1882.  249 


j   40 


1882-^172 

(195 

1882  142 

1881.  132 

1882.  120 

1882.  143 
1881.  189 


1881. 

1882. 
1882. 
1882. 
1882. 
U80. 


{ 


9 

56 
90 
48 
85 
154 
300 


XZT 


•  • 


HiLl  T  !▲ — continued. 

Clothing,  rati*ii  for  makiDg-up  nhd  marking 
Coloneia  Honorary,  appointment  of 
Commanding  Officers,  power  of,  to  remove  Non-Commissioned 
Officers  of  disembcdied  Staff  revoked  [WaiTant] 


c 


•  • 


Commissions  in  the  Army. 


99 


» 


{ 
{ 


„      Irish  Regiments 

Deaths,  resignations  and  retirement  of  Officers  •  • 
Desertion  and  Fraudulent  Re-enlistment,  Militiamen,  power  of 
Civil  Courts  to  deal  with 

„  „  Enlistment,  Permanent  Staff — Police 

Gazette  •  • 

Discipline,  Regulations  to  be  followed    •  •  .  • 

Dress  of  Officers  ••  ..  ••  ••  ..         ••         •• 

Drill  Certificate  for  promotion  to  Serjeant 
Equipment,   men   transferred   to  Permanent  Staff,  arms  and 

accoutrements  of  •    •  •         •  •         . .  .  • 

Field  Allowance,  Officers  under  instruction 

„  „  not  issuable  with  travelling  allowances 

Fraudulent  enlistment,  forfeiture  of  bounty,  &cc. 

„  „         from,  into  Navy  or  Marines,  stoppage 

for  [Warrant] 
Fuel  and  li«;ht  allowanced,  Permanent  Staff,  Reparated  from 
their  families.  •  .  •         . .  • .         • .         •  •  • , 

Funeral  expenses  of  Permanent  Staff    . .  •  • 

Oood  Shooting  (see  Muskkiby  Instruction). 
Hospital  stoppages  and  forfeitui*e  of  pay  and  bounty    .  • 
Instruction,  men  sent  to  Regular  Forces  for,  pay  of 


19 


Officers  under,  Allowances,  Ac. 


1 1 


•  • 


I 


Justices'  Clerks'  fees        •  •         . .         .  •  •  • 

Leave  of  absence  ••         ••          ••         ..         ••          ..  •• 

Lery  money  for  recruits  ..          ••         ••          ..         ••  •, 

MarriedRoll         ..  ..         

Medical  Officers,  superannuation. .         •  •         •  •         •  •  • . 

„            „       duties  of,  while  on  fnll-pay     , .         •  •  • , 

Men  transferred  to,  from  Regular  Forces,  care  of  arms  and 

accoutrements           ••         ..          ••         ..         ..  •« 


Musketry  Instruction 


1 


Pay,  men  sent  home  unfit,  admissible  for  actual  attendance  only 
„    attached  to  Regimental  Depdts 


Year  and  Clause. 


1881.  13 
1880.  305 

1880.  80 
188l{  jlS 

1882.  156 

1881.  41§§  2-5 

1882.  92 

1880.  307 

1881.  92,  §  3 

1880.  278 

1881.  42 

1881  43 

1831.  175 

1881.  86 

1881.  109 

1882.  62 
1882.  195 

1881.  7 

1880.  295 

1881.  279 


1882. 
1882. 
1881. 

1882  j 

1882. 
1880. 
1882. 
1880. 
1881. 
1881. 


142 

196 

109 

62 

63 

64 

251 

121 

294 

16 

205 


1881.     86 


1881 


J    64 
1176 


n 


•  • 


I 


rl29 

1882J  223 
1263 

1882.    142 
1882.   251 


ZXYl 


Militia — continued. 

Pay, ordinary.  Militiamen.  •  • .         .  •  •  • 

„     Officers         •  •  .  •  . .  •  • 

Faymaster-Seijeant,  acting,  extra-duty  pay      .  •  . .         •  • 

Permanent  Stalf,  Allowances  during  non-training  period         •  • 
Yi  »    care  of  eqniptnent,  2nd  Class  Army  Reserve 

and  Pensioners  • .         . .  ,  • 

care  of  clothing,  2nd  Class  Army  Reserre 

and  Pensioners  •  • 

Engineer  r.^giments,  non-commissioned  officers 
extra-duty  pay  • .         . .         .  •         « . 

Funeral  expenses         • .  .  • 

Married  roll 


»» 


9* 


>• 


»» 


»• 


99 


M 


99 


W 


♦9 


« 


99 


f9 


99 


Pay  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  others 
serving  under  Army  engagements  .  • 

Pay  of  non-ommissioned  officers  (not  on  Army 
engagement)  reduced  to  ranks 

Separated  from  families,  fuel  and  light  allow- 
ances ..         ••  ••         •• 

Promotion  to  rank  of  Serjeant,  qualification  for 

,,  „  „      Artillery   and    Engineer,  Per- 

manent Staff  •  • 
Prosecution  of  Militiamen  under  Regulation  of  the  Forces 

Act,  1881 

Quarter-Masters,  retired  pay       .  •         • 

retirement       ••         


If 


99 
»9 


99 


honorary  rank  on  . . 
retired,  holding  civil  appointment 

Quarters,  Officers  under  instruction       •  •         •  • 
Rations  or  allowance  in  lieu        •  •         •  •         •  • 

„      when  at  Schools  of  Instruction,  &e. 
Record  of  Officers  services  •  •         • . 

Recruits,  attached  to  Regimental  District  during  drill  on 

enlistment,  pay,  levy-money,  &c 

„         false  answers  on  attestation,  existing  laws  on 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


n 


medical  examination  of 


„         travelling  expenses  and  allowances   •  • 

^         Tftocinatiott  of  ••  ••         ••  •• 

Ravuiting  rewards  •• 

Benktiobs  for,  1880  (Army  Rq^lations,  Yoi.  VIII.) 

Remse  and  discharge  

Rettmnent  of  Officers  ••  •• 

ReCvm  of  men  sent  home  temporarily,  or  discharged  as  unfit 
on  joining     ••        ..  «•        ..         •• 


Year  and  daiise. 


881.  Ul 

881.  186 

»81.  134 

881.  110 
880.  180 

880.  183 

882.  248 

881.  279 

880.  294 

881.  135 

882.  66 

882.  101 

880.  295 

880.  279 


881. 
881. 

881. 

882. 
881. 
881. 
882. 
881. 
881. 

882. 
881. 


259 

188 

/206 

1261 

93 


109 
25 
79 

238 


881 


91 

f205 
•1278 

882.  9 

882.  25 

881.  232 

882.  121 

880.  171 

881.  125 
881.  173 


1882.   10 


} 


XXTli 


Militia — continusd. 

School  of  Instmctiony  attendance  at  for  promotion  to  Serjeant 


I 


Schools  durinir  preliminary  drill  and  training 
Second  Lieutenant,  rank  of,  abolished  •  • 

Separation  Allowance      ••         ••■••         ••         ••  < 

Servants*  allowance,  Officers,  Peimanent  Staff  • 

Submarine  miaing,  instruction  in,  pay  and  extra  pay  •  • 
„  „  recruits  .  •         .  •  •  • 

Subsistence  of  Permanent  Staff  in  confinement  or  under  arrest 
,,  of  men  in  barrack  cells  during  and  subsequent  to 

preliminary  drill . . 
Travelling  expenses  and  allowances,  Militiamen 

Permanent  Staff    . . 


•  t 


•  • 


»»  »» 

Militia  Bessxyx: 

Bounties     • . 


{ 


Leave  of  absence  •  •         •  •         •  •         . .  , .         . .         , 

Mobilisation  ...        ..         ..  ..  ••         ..  . 

Medical  examination        ••  ..         ..  ..         ,.         «. 

Quota  of  men  enrolled     . .         .  •  •  •  •  • 

MoBILrZATIOK  : 

First  Class  Army  Beserve,  r^^lations    .  •  . .         • . 

Militia  Keserve,  Clothing  and  Necessaries  , 

Militia  Reserve    .  •  • 

Monet   Ordkrs,    letters    containing,    sent   by  Officers   paying 

PenMoners  ••         ••  ••  ••  ••  ••  ,. 

MUSKSTBY  liffSTBUCTlOK : 


Militia 


•  • 


Sheets,  waterproof,  partwom,  for 
Supplement  for  Corps  armed  with  Snider  rifles 


•  • 


•  • 


t  • 


N. 


Natai: 

RozflS  for  shrapnel  shells ••  ••         ••       '  ••         •• 

Forces,  fraudulent  enlistment  of  men  of,  into  Auxiliaiy  or 

Reserve  Forces  •  •        ••  ••         ••         ••        •• 


Year  and  GUuse. 

1880. 

(206 

1279 

1881. 

124 

1881. 

44 

1881. 

204 

1881. 

136 

1882. 

250 

1880. 

237 

1882. 

196 

1882 

25 

li81. 

8 

1881. 

219 

1881. 

10 

1880. 

266 

1882. 

250 

1880. 

[221 
1239 

1880. 

251 

1878. 

97 

1881. 

278 

1882. 

35 

1882. 

157 

1878. 

106,  §6-12 

1878. 

97 

1882. 

192 

1881. 

64 

1881. 

176 

ri29 

1882< 

223 

1263 

188^ 

175 

1880. 

156 

1882.      76 

1880.  306 


XXTIU 


Natal — earUinued, 

Friction  tubes       •  •         . .         . .         . .         . .         « . 

Officers,  training  of,  for  charge  of  Ordnance  Stores  at  Depdts 
abroad    ••         ..         ••         ••         ••         •• 

Ordnance,  report  of  guns  not  fit  for  gas-checks 

Pajrments  for  freight  and  passage  at  Foreign  Stations  to  be 

charged  as  Navsd  payments  in  Treasury  Chest  Accounts 
Seamen,  Marines,  and  Artificers,  in  Station  Hospitals,  return  of. . 
Stoppages    from     Militiamen    fraudulently    entering     Navy 

[  Warrant]         ••         .,         ,•        •.  •« 

Store  conveyance  by  H.M.  Store  Ships  . .         • , 
Torpedo  service  and  electric  firing,  Stores  for  Instruction         ,  • 
n  n  II  n  n     proportions        .. 

NwBssARXis  fsee  Clothing)  : 
Nbwbfapmbs  {nee  Advsbtisbxentsj. 
NoN-OoMMissioKBD  Officbes  : 

Certain  of  Royal    Artillery  and   Royal    Engineers,  pay  of 

[Warrant]  

Nom-Efpbotitb  Accounx  (see  Reqimentax  Debts  Act)^ 


Year  and  CUusa. 


0. 


OrriCBBs : 

On  retired  list  of  Departments,  temporary  employment  of 

[Warrant]'     ..         ..         

Status  of,  after  retirement  with  liability  to  be  recalled  to  the 
Service  ••         ••        •• 

OrFXciATUfo  Clbbotmbk  (see  CLBaariiB!i). 

Oit.,  Rangoon,  issue  of,  in  lieu  of  money  allowance 

Obobrubb,  Hospital : 

District  Officers,  charge  of  stores  •  • 

Obpnabob  : 

Disablement  or  destruction  of  guns  by  gunootton.  Instructions  for 
Naval  sod  in  Store,  report  of  gans  not  fit  for  gas-ehecks         .  • 
PaiddnK  (see  BaviFHKKr). 
Wrongbt-iron,  re-renting,  Instructions  for        


•  • 


•  • 


1881.  221 

1881.  248 

1881.  158 

1881.  78 

1881.  163 

1881.  7 

1879.  297 

1874.  73 

1876.  22 


1882.  188 


1882.  186 

1880.  275 

1881.  119 

1882  200 

1881.  158 

1882.  82 


•  » 


Oedkakce  Stoke  Defabtmrnt  (see  also  Barracks): 

Allowance  for  collecting  empty  Nordenfelt  cartridge  cases 

Arms  (see  Arms). 

Boxes  for  shrapnel  sKells,  Roynl  N^avy   . .         • .  . . 

Brittle  stores  shipped  unpacked,  protection  of  • .  •  • 

Browning's  Exploder,  instructions  for  use  of     •  •         •  • 

Cartridges  (see  Cartbidoes). 

Coast  Guard,  instructions  for,  with  regard  to  War  Office  Stores 

Coating  exterior  of  f^ubinaiine  mines,   buoys,   circuit  closer, 

jackets,  &c,  (Instructions) 
Commissaiy- General,  duties  of,  returns  to  be  sent  by  .  •  •  •  | 

Confidential  Reports  ••  ••         •• 

Detonators,  fuxes  and  tubep,  Instructions  for  testing 

Disinfectants  . .  • .         •  •  •  •         • . 

Empty  chests,  barrels,  and  packages 

Errata  and  addenda  • .         •  • 


Year  and  Clause. 


1880.    194 

1882.       76 

1879.  106 

1880.  144 

1881.  263 


•  • 


{ 


Equipment  (see  Equipment). 
Friction  tubes  and  fuses,  ages 


{ 


»> 


w 


^1 


inspection  of 
for  Royal  Navy 


•  • 


»9 


9% 


„         packing  of,  period  of  retention,  &c. 

Guncotton  in  store,  return  of      . .  . .  . .         , . 

inspection  by  Inspectors  of  Warlike  Stores 

packing  and  inspection  of  damp.    (Instructions) 

,»  ,9         dry.  (Instructions) 

Qun|)Owder  (see  Gunpowder). 

Hydraulic  butfers  for  boat  service  • .         . «  . . 

India-rubber  or  gutta-percha  articles,  storage  of  •  • 

Inventory  Boards  . .         •  •  •  •         . .         . .  , . 

Instruction  of  Volunteer  Engineers  in  field  wor.x  s,  tools,  &c.,  for 
LalMnitories,  cartridges  for  field  guns  to  be  filled  in     .  •         , , 
Martini- Henry  Arms  (^e  Abms). 
*•  Ordnance  Store  Curps  "  8ub:>tituted  for  "  Army  Service  Corps  " 

[Warrant]         

Paints  and  driers  •  •  .  •         . .  . .  . .  . .         , . 

Proportions  of  Stores  for  Her  Mtijesty's  ships    . .  . . 

Regulations  [Army  Regulations,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  II.]     . . 
„  99  o  errata  and  addenda    .  • 

Returns  to  b^  forwarded  by  Commissary- General 
8.  a  transport,  report  o»  dnt«*  of  arrival  and  damage    . , 
Store  ledgers  (see  Lkdokbs). 


1881. 
1881. 
1882. 
1879. 
1880. 
1880. 
1881. 
1880. 
1881. 

1882 
1879.| 

188l{ 

188lj 

1879. 

1881. 
(1881. 
11882. 

1881. 


59 

26 

77 

286 

144 

122 

82 

175 

83 

12 
156 
231 
221 
249 
249 
252 
106 
264 
250 
107 
222 


{ 


1879.  46 

1879.  129 

1879.  285 

1880.  145 

1881.  251 
1881.  137 


1881. 
1881. 
1880. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1881. 


214 
262 
195 

71 
175 

26 
114 


Ordxaxce  Stobe  Dbpahtmbut — continued. 

Stores,  sale  of       ••         ••         #•         ••         ••        ^•*  \ 

„    charge  of,  at  dep6ts  abroad,  trnining  of  Naval  Officers  for 
Tent8,  loan  of,  for  sports  and  entertainments     •  •  •  •  . . 

Tubeft,  primers,  fusesi,  instructions  for  proof  of  .  • 
Yocabularj  of  stores,  reriaed       •  •  •  • 

„  •>  w    ^     errata 

War  rockets,  testinf^  and  disposal  of      •  •         •  •  •  •         •  < 

Wetting    gunpowder,     and    breaking    np    B.L.    amill-arm 
ammunition       .•         ••         .i  #• 


Year  and  Olaiiae. 

1880. 

209 

1881. 

113 

1881. 

248 

1882. 

123 

1881. 

223 

1882. 

177 

1882. 

254 

1880. 

42 

1881. 

27 

p. 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


Paints  xvd  Dbiebs  .. 

Papbb  for  mana£fictuxing  and  photographic  puposea,  and  Utrinoa, . 

PABSAoaa : 

And  freight  at  foreign  stations  to  be  charged  as  NaTj  Payments 
m  Treasury  Chesi  aoeounta     ..         ..         ••         •• 

Civilian  subordinates        .  •         •  •         •  •         •  • 


Fare^  by  coastwise  steamers 


{ 


Pateict,  Letters,  as  to  taking  out       •  •         •  •         •  •        • . 

Pat: 

Allotment  of,  to  families  of  soldiers  on  forei|p  aerrict . .         •  • 

Deferred  (see  Ditsbbkd  Pat). 

Extra  (see  Extba  Pat). 

Half  (wrc  Hal»-Pat). 

Lance    seijcants,    lance    corporals,    and    acting  bombardiers 
(InstractioQS  on  Warrant)       •  •         . .  •  •         .  •         •  • 

Pensioners,  recroiting,  special     •  •  . .         •  •         •  •  •  • 

Special,  and  allowances  unautborixed  by  regvlationa,  issoa  of 

[Wairant]         ..         ..  

PATBCAarBfts: 

Army  Pay  Department  ^Warrant]         ••        •»        •• 

Chief,  medical  examination  on  promotion  to  rank  of  (lastnic- 
tions  on  Warrant)        ••  ..         ,•         ••         .. 


1881. 
1876. 


1881. 
1882. 
1875, 
1876. 
1878. 
1872. 


262 
157 


78 
135 
113 

aa 

131 
106 


1882.  24& 


1879. 
1877. 

1881. 

1877. 

1881. 


60 
212 

170,8  l-« 
2 


xxxi 


PmtioK: 

Aaniiities  and  Pensions,  Regulations  for  payment 

Army  Besenre,  First  Class,  mobilized  in  1878  [Warrant] 

Commutation  Act,  Regulations  under     .  • 

Districts,  Pay  of  Sta£f  and  Quarter-Master-Serjeants    •  • 


Re-arrangemBnt  of 


Districts,  re-arrangement  of 


Indian  Forces,  men  who  Tolunteereil  from  [Warrant]  .  • 
„      Officers  who  entered  new  Line  Regiments 


I 

1 


L 


f 


V 

{ 


,,       Soldiers  prematurely  discharged  •  •  •  •  •  •  • . 

Moehant  Seamen's  Fund  and  Trinity  House     •  • 
Permanent  Staff,  Auxiliary  Forces  not  serving  on  Army  engage- 
ments [Warrant]  •  •         •  • 

„  „      Volunteers  [Warrant] 

Schoolmasters,  reckoning  of  seryice  towards  [Warrant]  •  • 

PnmioiiKBs: 

Clothing     ••         ••         ••  ..  «. 

Employed  in  Mflitary  Departments 
Enrolment  in  Army  Reserre  to  cease     •  • 
Equipment,  can  of 


•  0 


Instructions  to  Officers  paying    .  • 


Mediea]  attendance 


•  • 


'. 


{ 


Recruiting,  special  pay  of.  •         ••  ..^        .. 

Small-arms,  issue  of  materials  for  browning  and  cleaning  in 
Uea  of  money  allowance 


Tear  and  Claoae. 


.    96 

1879.{  122 

171 

1880.  166 

1881.  241 

1882.  246 
1870.  140 

[129 
1877.{  159 

(189 

1878.  38 

1879.{    93 
1225 
34 
63 

1880.(  218 
233 
292 
104 
150 
182 
217 
245 
277 
rll9 

1882.{  213 

1 247 
1881.  242 

1882.  189 

1882.  171 

1869.  107 

1879.  171 

1882.  165 
1882.  164 
1882.  116 


1881. 


1880. 
1877. 
1881. 
1880. 


1882 

1880. 
1881. 
1877. 


1 


183 

99 

68 

180 

60 

137 

192 

274 

165 

60 


1881.  227 


XXXll 


PoLiCB  Oazeitb,  report  in,  of  deserters  from  Militia  Permanent 

Staff  

POLlCEy  MiLiTABT,  FooT,  CoRPS,  formation  of  [Warrant]  . . 

„  „  Mo  I  NTFD,  Married  Establishment        ..  .. 

„       payment  of  Army  iieserre  men  serving  in , 

POSTAOB  AND  StATIONEBT  : 

Prisoners*  letters   ..  .•  ..         ..  ..  .,  • 

Post  Office  CJoRPS  formation  of  [Warrant] 

Pbatbb  Books,  requisitions  for,  &c.  •  •         • 

Pbisunb  : 

Army  Reserve  men  discharged  from,  advance  of  pay 


•  • 


Colonial,  authorized  list  of 


Home  made  military  prisons  under  Army  Act  •  • 

Millbank,  part  of,  made  a  military  pri«(on 

PLiced  under  Tnspector-Oeneral  of  Military  Prisons 

Postage  of  letters  •  •         •  •  •  •  • . 

Rules,  issue  of       •  •         •  •         •  •         •  •  .  • 


•  • 


Stores,  survey  of  •  •         • .         •  • 

United  Kingdom,  classes  of  persons  not  to  be  tTansferrcd  to  . . 
Pbocuratob-Fiscal,  reports  to  be  made  to  in  prosecutions,  Civil 
Courts,  Scotland  •  •         •  •         .  •  . .  . ,  , . 

Pbosb<:utions: 

Civil  Courts  Scotland        • .         •  •  •  • 

Civilians  offending  in  Colonies     • . 

Militiamen,  under  Regulation  of  the  Forces  Act,  1881 . .  . . 
Pbotisiovs  : 

Troops  on  disembarkation  ^Admiralty  circular)  . .  , , 

PvRCHASK  or  sale  ot    Commissions,  regulations    for,    cancelled 

[Warrant].. 


Tear  and  Claasa. 

1880. 

278 

1882. 

163 

1878. 

68 

1880. 

13 

1880. 

101 

1882. 

163 

1876. 

157 

1881. 

57 

1880. 

276 

1881.| 

35 
167 

1882. 

32 

1881.| 

34 
120 

1882.| 

87 
221 

1881. 

34 

1872. 

79 

1880. 

101 

1880 


•{ 


184 
227 


•  • 


•  • 


Q0abtrr-Ma^tbb*Sbbjbaiits,     West     India  Rcf>iments,    pay 

[Warrant]..          ..          ..          ,,          ,.  .. 

Quart  ft  r-Ma^trhs  : 

Auxiliary  Foroe*.  retirement        •  •          .  •  . .          . , 

8ub^cri[>tion  to  Mess  Fund  [Warrant]  . .  . .         . .          , , 


1881  256 

1880.  201 

1880.  201 
1882  I  j49 

18H1.  259 

1870.  167 

1871.  115 


1882.  161 

1881.  203 
1880.  54 


ZlZUl 


UuAETEBS,  Engineer  Officers  Civilian  SerTants 
Quksn's  Cxdwib  [Warrant] 


•  • 


RA.T1098  : 

MOitia  Permanent  Staff  at  Schools  of  Instruction,  &c.  • . 
RfcONHAissAircE  AND  Fisu)  SKETCHING,  instruments  for  instruc- 
tion in        •  •         . .         •  •         •  r  •  • 
RsoosDs: 

Officers'  sernces,  Militia  • . 
RaoBUiTDia : 

Authority  for^  new  Form  for       •  •         

Bringing  Money,  certificate  for    •  • 

Militia  Recruits    - «         •  •         •  •         •  •  . .         •  • 

Orders  for  .  •         

Pensioners,  special  pay  of  .  •         

Recruiters,  imid,  non-commissioned  officers  appointed,  lodging 

allowance  •  •  •  •  • .  • . 

„  rewards  fWarrant]  .  •         . .         . .  • . 

„  „       Foot  Guards  f  WarrantJ 

„  „       Militiamen  enlisted  into  Army  or  Marines 

RacBuiTs: 


Tear  and  Olai^Be. 


Medical  examination  of 


•  • 


RS-BKOAOVM  BNT : 

Cancelling  of  clauses  relating  to  •• 

Oratttities  on  abolished    •  •         •  •  •  • 

Medical  examination  of  men  on  •  • 
Rb-xhustmbnt,  cancelling  clause  regarding 
RBonoEHTAL  Debts  Act  : 

Regulations  under  [Warrant]      .  •  

R^IQUULTIONS  : 

Allowances  (see  Allowakcoes). 

Aiiny  Hospital  Corps       ••         «•  ••         ..         ••  •• 

Army  in  the  Field,  Organization  of  line  of  Communications  of 

,,  9,      supply  of  stores  to,  and  organization  of 

serrioes  in  connection  therewith  •  • 
Army    Medical   I>epartment   (see    Medical    Defabtment, 
Army). 


Ganoelkd  and  obsolete,  annual  list 


1 


1882.      38 
1877.    66,§1&2 


1881.  79 

1880.  187 

1881.  238 

1880.  167 

1882.  191 
1882.  121 
1875.  75 
1877.  60 


1882. 
1882. 
1882. 
1882. 

1880. 


227 
115 
187 
230 

il50 
1246 


1880.  234 

1881.  130 

1880.  ISO 

1880.  234 

1881.  99 


1878.     28 
1878.    126 

1881.  270 


1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 


13 
21 
22 
18 
19 


RiouLATiOKt — eoniinusd. 

Omoelled  aod  obsolete^  on  vuiae  of  mtw  Flay  Wamnt  aodi 

Allowance  Begulationfl. .  •  •         .  •         •  •  • , 

Channel  Islands  Militia,  Clothing 
Clothing,  issue  of  fWarrant] 
Commissariat  and  Transport  Staff 
Equipment  (see  EauiPXEKT). 

Inoome  Dutj         ••         ••        ••         ••        ••         ••         < 

Line  of  Communication  of  an  Army  in  the  Field 


Tsar  sad  daose. 


Married  Sddiers 


•  • 


Militia , 

Mobiliiation,  First  Class  Army  Reaerre  

Ordnance  Store  Department  (see  OmmrAvrot  ftrona  Depart- 


PensioDa  and  Anmutiet 


I 


♦» 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


Commutation  Aet 

Regimental  Debto  Act  [Warrant] 

Royal  Engineer  Department,  issued       •• 

floliools,  Army,  revised,  Clauses  caneelled  by 

Teterinary  Department    .  •  •  • 

Tdonceer,  1881 

Rioin.ATioif  or  the  Fokcbs  Act,  1881 : 

Prosecution  of  Militiamen  under 
Rnrr,  Claims  for.  Income  Tax  •  • 

RmpoETk: 

Confidential,  Ordnance  Store  Department         •  •         •  •         , 
RiQinsiTioiia : 

BCatioiiery  ••  ••  •• 

RaaiaTB  FoKoms : 

Sehoolsof  tnstructioDforoAeerf  (seeSoBOOu  oyIiniTavcTio5). 
RxssmTx  OP  Oppxcsna: 

Qualificalioo  of  Teonmnry  an    Volunteer  Officers  for  rank  of 

Osplain  

RlTXSKD  PaTt 

Adjutants  of  Militia  and  Teomanry  p¥arnnt].  • 
Adjutanta  of  Tolonteers  [Warrant] 
Oownumtion  of   .  •  • . 


1881.  237 

1882.  86 
1881.  88 
1881.  58 

1877.{ig 

1878.   126 

1871.  S3,i%*-*S, 


■  • 


1878. 

166  (pat) 

r        Mmm 

1877.J 

I  T9 

I878.| 

68 
170 

1879. 

151 

1880. 
1881. 

Ids 

1880. 

171 

188S. 

157 

1 

r  96 

1879.^ 

122 

1 

llTl 

1880. 

168 

18»2. 

2«8 

1881. 

99 

1882. 

S60 

1882. 

88 

1882. 

997 

1881. 

93 

1881. 

209 

1881. 

112 

18W. 

77 

1876. 

197 

1881. 

39 

low. 

n§ 

1879. 

264 

1877. 

187. 

BSTIKXMSNT  : 

Ext  ra  annuity  on,  to  fourteen  o£Bcers  of  Royal  Artillery  [Warrant] 
Qffioers  of  (late)  Indian  Artillery  and  Engineers  [Warrant*]    •  • 
M      wiUi  liability  to  Hm  recalled  to  service,  status  of 

RSTUBHS: 

Anuy  ilcacm6       ••         ••  ••         ••         ••         •• 

OiTiI  Servants,  Directors,  Managers,  or  otherwise,  of  Public 

Trading  Companies 
Deaths  and  Invaliding,  nominal,  ann*ial.  •  .  •         • . 

Hofpital,  men  in,  on  account  of  an  offence        •  •         ••  •  • 

Parchment,  descriptive,  1st  daas  Army  Reserve 
Bbvisws,  Yolimteer,  contributions  in  aid  of  expenses         •  • 
RswAaDs,  Becmiters  [Warrant]        • .  . .         .  •         •  • 

Rifle  Iicsteuotion,  issue  of  supplement  for  Corps  armed  with 
Snider  rifle     ••  •  ••         ••         ••         ••         ••         •• 

Rifles,  Martini-Henry,  Mark  I.,  Instructions  for  Armourers 

RocKXTs,  Wax,  testing  and  disposal .  •  .  •         •  •  . .  \ 

Ruuo^  Milituy  Prison,  issue  of         ••         ••         ••         •«        •• 


Year  and  Okuie. 


s. 


SATiMi  Bams  : 

Balances  of  men  proceeding  to  or  from  India   ••         •  •  •• 

„  „    coming  home  from  India  for  discharge   or 

transfer  to  Reserve  •  •         •  •         •  •         •  • 

(MllitaryX  transfer  of  balances  to  Post  Office  Savings  Banks  •  • 
SoHxmrLBs  d  Barrack  Fumitore  (see  Babbaoss  ajtb  FujuriTUBB}« 

AttendaaMofchildrenofPermanantStaff,  Auxiliary  Forces   < 

^        soldiers'  children  of  First  class  Army  Reserve  on 
permanent  service        

V        soldiers*  children  at  other  than  Army     •  • 

LaetoiBsg  Apporatns        • 

B^gxlationa,  revised,  clauses  canoelled  by                    •  • 
^naterials    ..         .•         ••         « 


laso.  84 

I6a2.  133 

1880.  275 

1879.  25 

1880.  47 

1879.  262 
1882.  193 

1880.  298 

1881.  191 

1882.  115 

1880.  156 

1875.  116 

1880,  42 

1882.  106 

1880.  1S4 


1868.  sa 

188L      76 
1879.    170 


M79.  {Ig 
1880.  220 

1878.  149 
1S78.  118 

1880.  217 
1876.  40 
1882.  88 
1S76.  157 


1879 


SCHOOLS  OF  TVnTRUCTIOK  : 

Auxiliary  Forces,  Officers  of 


Militia  attendance  to  qualify  for  promotion 


{ 


t  • 


„      Permanent  Staff,  rations  .  •         •  •         •  • 

SOHOOIiKASTERS  : 

Reckoning  of  Military  Service  and  Pension  [Warrant].  • 
Scotland,  prosrcutions  in  Civil  Courts 
SiORETABT  OP  State*s  lustructions  (see  Instructiokb). 
Sbbjeants-Major,  Company,  Engineer  Pay  [Warrant]     •  • 
Sbbtakts: 

Allowance,  Civilian,  Royal  Engineer  Officers  quarters  •  • 
^  Officers  of  Militia  Permanent  Staff  •  • 

Sbbvice  : 

Officers  promoted  from  Warrant  Officers  or  ranks,  reckoning  of 

[Warrant]         

Sbzspseins  for  Horse  and  Field  Artillery    . .         •  • 

Ships  : 

Conveyance  of  W.  D  Stores  by  H.M.  store       ••         •  •         •  • 

Duties  of  Mediciil  Officers  in  charge  of  troops  on  board  •  • 

Her  Majesty >,  proportion  of  stores  tcr    . .         %  • 
Troop  shipH,  stoppage  for  beddins:  and  mess  utensils  on  board* . 
War  Depaitment  vessels,  extra  pay        ..         ••         •«         •• 

Siege  Train,  distribution  and  charge  of       •  •         •  •         •  • 

SlOlf  ALLIMO : 

Prixes  for  proficiency  in,  and  extra*dutv  pay,  to  Assistant 

Instructors  [Warrant] 
fj  n    payment  of  • .         •  • 

STAFF-SeRJEAKTi,  Pension  distncts,  pay  of  • . 

Stamp  Dot  r,  f>toppages  for    •  •         •  •         •  • 

Station  BRY  (m^e  bIko  Books  and  Forms)  : 

Army  Chn plains,  requisitions       . .         •  •  •  • 

Army  Forron  and  Books. — Supplementary  demands 
Bibles  and  prayer  books  •  • 
Bindinic  Army  Circulars  and  General  Orders     •  • 
Contingent  Allowance,  when  provided  from      • 
Demands    ••         ••         ••         ••  ••         «. 


Tear  and  ClsuM. 


•  • 


•  • 


•  4 


•  • 


W 


Home  Service 


Drawing  materials 

Hospital  supplies— Latrine  paper,  && 

Loeal  purchases  of  •  •  •  • 

Office         

Principal  Medical  Officers  •  • 

Priiiteil  torms  and  books  •  • 
Requisitions  for,  when  to  be  forwarded 


1879.  203 

1880.  {206 

1881.  124 

1881.  79 

1882.  116 

1880.  201 

1882.  188 
1832.  38 

1880.  237 


1882.    162 

1881.  266 


297 
152 
195 
23 
200 


1879. 
1880. 
1880. 
1872. 
1878. 
1881. 


1882.  242 
1882.  244 
1870.  140 
1873.   65 


1881 


1879.     20 
1879.   136 
1876. 157,fS37.99 
1882.      89 

1881.  274 

1876. 157.M  1-7 

i  3d 

'1168 

1876.157,126 

1876.  157,S30-32 

1876.157,143 

1876.15^<|6-1S 

1876.157,112 

1876  157!fl4-M 

1876.15r,|l-7 


XZXTll 


Stationeet — continued. 


School  materials 


Supplies  of.  •         .  • 
Useless  books,  disposal  of 


{ 


Year  and  Clause. 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


Steamboat  Fares  see  Fabes). 

SlOPFAOES  : 

Bedding  and  mess  utensils  on  board  troop  ships 

Forage  (see  Forage). 

Hospital,  when  all  pay  is  to  be  stopped  .  • 

Militiamen    fraudulently    enlisting    into    Navy    or    Marines 

[Warrant]  ..  

Aweiunis  oXa .  ..  ••  ••  ••  ••  ••  « 

Stores  (see  also  Ordnaitge  Store  Department  and  Vocabulabt)  : 
Ammunition  (see  Ammunition). 
Arms  (see  Arms). 

Army  in  the  Field,  issue  of  Regulations  for  supply  to . . 

Brittle,  shipped  unpacked,  protection  of.  • 

Cartridges  (see  Cartridges). 

Coast  Quara,  Instructions  to,  for  care,  &c.,  of   . . 

Conveyance  of  War  Department,  by  H.M.  store  ships.  • 

Drill  and  instruction  of  Artillery  Militia 

Flags  (see  Flags). 

Fuzes  and  tubes  (see  Fuzes  and  Tubes) 

Guncotton,  return  of,  in  store 

Gunpowder  (see  Ammunition). 


{ 


•  • 


Instruction  of  troops  in  field  works 


licdgera  (see  Ledgers). 

Medical  stores  and  stationery,  charge  of,  by  District  Officers  of 

Orderlies  ••  ..         ..  ••         •• 

Ordnance  (see  Ordnance). 

Proportions  for  Naval  Torpedo  Serrice  and  Naval  Electric  Firing 
„  of,  for  H.M.  ships    •  •  •  •         . .  . . 

Sale  of,  mode  of  disposing  of       •  •         .  •         •  •         . .  < 

School  materials   .  •  • 

Shipment  o(  at  Foreign  Stations  .  • 

SmaU-arm  ammunition  (see  Ammunition). 
Submarine  mining  and  telegraphic,  storage  and  inspection      • . 
Tools  (see  Tools). 

Torpedo  services  and  electric  firing,  H.M.  ships  (Instructions). . 
„  „  ,j  amended  pro- 

portions    • . 


1876. 157,  §21,22 
26 

1878.      29 
1882.    HI 

18-^6.  157 

1876. 157,  §33^0 
1878.     48 

1881.  235 


1872.     23 
1882.   207 


1881.        7 

1881.  269 


1881.  270 

1882.    155 
1879.    105 

1881.  263 

1879.  297 

1880.  271 


1879.   106 

1878.  138 

1879.  50 
1881.   200 


1881.  119 

1876.  22 

1880.  195 

1880.  269 

1881  113 

1876.  157 

1882.  214 

1880.  247 

1874.  73 

1876.  22 


xixvm 


SvBXABDrB  Mn«XKo: 

Goatin;c  exterior  of  mines,  buoys,  circuit-closcrra,  jackets,  &c., 
iiutructions  .         ••         ••  ••         ..         ••         •, 

Stores  aod  apparatus,  storage  and  inspection     .  •         •  •         • 

BxrBsisTXifcs: 

Militia  Permanent  Staff  in  confinement  or  under  arrest  • 

MilitiRmen  in  baarack  cells  during  and  after  preliminaiy  drill 

and  training      ..         ••         ..         ..  ..  ••         . 

StTiciDEs  and  attempted  suicides,  return  of  •  • 
SirPXBAinrT7ATioir,  form  for    . .  •  • 

„  re -employment  of  persons  in  receipt  of 

SuRPuoBs,  CaAFLAnrs'         


•  • 


8iniTZTOB-GRi«B3UL  of  the  Ordnance,  appointiqent  of 


•  • 


TxLXOVAPH  Stoxks  AND  Apfabatvs,  stomf^c  and  inspection 
TxLEOXAPHic  Messages,  instructions  regarding     •  •         •  • 
TxLEORAPHT  and  signalling.  Army    •  •  . .  •  •  •  • 

TxvDEXS  (see  Contbacts). 

Tbkts^  loan  of  for  sports  and  entertainments  . .         •  • 

ToBFBDO  BxBTicB  AKD  Elbctric  Fibiko.  pro])ortions  of  stores  for 
H.M.  ships  •  •  . .         . .  •  •         •  • 

„        Instructions  relating  to  stores  for  . .         •  • 
TBAiKnrQ,  Yeomanry  Cavalry . . 
Tbansport  (see  also  Commissariat  and  Tbansport  Stapp). 

Sea,  report  of  date  of  arrival  and  damage  •  •  .  • 

M    shipment  of  Stores  at  Foreign  Stations 
Tbatxllino  Allowances  and  Expfnrks  (see  also  Allowanow). 

Conveyance  of  Soldiers  an  discharge  or  traaafer  to  Reaerre     . . 

,  drilian.  Subordinates  . .         . .  . .         •  • 


Year  ond  dm 


1881.      59 

1880.  247 

1881.        8 


Faraa  betwwn  London  and  Dublin 

n  t«  >•        »t      Wat<^rford 

Militia,  Permanent  Staff 

IGlitiaafien  to  and  from  training 

Railway    Warranta    for    troops    returning    from    Moskctry 

Instmotioii        •  •         .  •  .  •         •  • 

Tbbasurt  Chut  aoeount^  payments  for  freight  and  passage  at 

Foreign  Stations  to  be  charged  as  Naval  Payment    •  •         • , 


1881. 
1882. 
1870. 
1876. 

1882. 

1880. 


219 


{ 


S6 

107 

74 

76 

156 


1880. 
1879. 
1879. 

247 

98 

Ml 

1882. 

123 

1876. 
1874. 
1879. 

22 
73 
13SS1.S  6 

1881. 
1883. 

114 
214 

1882. 

1882. 

1881. 
1883. 
18M. 
1881. 

228 

f  67 

iU7 

135 

24 

8 

268 

It 

1883. 

1881. 

78 

Year  and  Claoae. 


Tbihitt  House  PenaionerSy  Regulatioiis  for  payment  of  PenBions 
and  Annuities    . .         • .  •  •  •..         « •         •  • 


•  • 


TuBSS,  primem,  fuju*8,  instructions  for  proof  of 

»,        (see  also  Oapkancs  Btobs  DBPABtMSivT  and  EQUiPJCurT). 


V. 


YZTBBIKABT   DePABTHENT  : 

Surgtons     ga:setted    to    regiments    of 
allowances         . .  •  •  •'• 


1879. 
1881. 


171 
223 


Household    Cavalry, 


Vbtkbinabt  RegUIiATIONS 

YiCTOBiA  GkosS)  qualifications  for  [WarrantJ 

VocABULABT  OF  8tob£s,  rcTised  and  amended 


•  • 


19 


»» 


5> 


99 


errata 


■  • 

{ 


Yoluktbers : 

Adjutants,  retired  pay  [Warrant]  •  •         . .  •  • 

„         Trayell  n:;  Allowances 
Aideti-de-camp  tu  the  Queen,  uniform     . . 
Arm  (!h(  st^  damages  to  . . 

Aims,   Snider  and  Martini-Henry  Rifles,  care  and  cleaning 
instructions        ••  ••  ..  ..  •• 

„      rc-exaniiuation  of  .  •  •  •  « •         . .  . . 

Camp  allowances,  aoditional       •  • 


Capitntlun  allowances 


39 


99 


in  case  of  men  enlisting  into  Regular 
Forces  .  •         .  •  .  •         •  • 

Clothing  and  Necessaries,  prices  of        

^         great  coats,  loan  of     .  • 
Comt»is«ioiii^,  double  in  Auxiliary  Forces 
Coqw,  list  of  •  •  •  •  . .  . .  .  •  • .  • . 

Coarci4M>ndenoe,  artillery  •  •         .  •         .  • 

Fidd  woric  instmction.  Engineers,  tools  and  materials  for 

GrstuHies,  Permanent  Staff  [Warrant]  . . 

M        to  men  injured  on  duty 
Inatmctors,  Fajr  . .         • .  •  • 

„  „    and  Pension  [WarrantJ 

^  aiiownnces     ••  ..  ..  •• 

Serjeant,  instruction  at  Megimental  Dep6ts  and 
allowances  •  • 


99 


1881.  149 

1882.  237 

1881.  128 

1880.  145 

1882.  177 
1882.   254 

1879.  254 

1882.  70 

1881.  178 
1»82.  180 

1881.  228 

1882.  203 

1882.  144 

1882.  <^  73 

^197 


1882. 
1882. 
1881. 
1882. 
1880. 
1879. 

1881. 

1876. 
1882. 
1882. 
18U2. 
1882. 


71 
109 
230 
183 
280 
298 
(251 
1254 

44S3 

72 
173 
164 
235 


•  • 


188L  177 


VoLUHTEERfl — TonHnued. 

Uualification  of  officers  for  rank  of  CSaptain  in  Reserve  of 
Officers  ••         ••         ••        ••         ••         ••         ••         •• 

Regulations  (Army  Regulations  Vol.  IX.)         •  •  • . 

Retirement  compulsory    ••         ••         ••  ••         ••         •• 

Revievrs,  contributions  in  aid  of  expenses  •  •         •  •  •  • 

Schools  of  Instruction,  Artillery.  •         •  •  •  •  •  • 

Second  Lieutenant,  rank  of  abolished     . .         .  •  •  •         •  • 

Travelling    Allowances    for    attending    Oun    Practice    or 

United  Drill 
„  „        for  attending  Brigade  Drills     •  •         •  • 

Uniform,  Aides-de-camp  to  the  Queen 


Year  sad  Ohutte. 


1881. 

39 

1881. 

93 

1881. 

210 

1881, 

191 

1883. 

94 

1881 

209 

1882. 

42 

1883. 

252 

1881. 

178 

w 


War  Office: 

Appointment    of  Accountant-General,    Deputy  Accountant- 

General,  and  Assistant  Accountant-General  • .         •  • 
Appointment  of  Assistant  Directors  of  Artillery  and  Stores    • 

Assistant  to  Director  of  Artillery  and  Stores  • 
Assistant  Director  of  Clothing  . .         « . 
Assifltant  and  Deputy  Accountant-Oeneral 
Assistant  Director  of  Supplies 


ft 


f* 


ti 


»» 


91 


f« 


Works 


•  • 


ft 
tt 


>» 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


Deputy  „ 

Director  of  Contracts 

,,  Supplies,  &c. 

Financial  Secretary 
Inspector  of  Submarine  Defences 
Legal  Agent  in  Scotland 
Under  Secretary  of  State,  Assistant    • . 
t,  „  Parliamentary 

Permanent  •  • 


{ 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


ft 


1882.  54 

1881.  70 

1881.  46 

1881.  47 

1882  54 

1878.  52 


1881. 


•{  71 

1882  20 

1877.  181 

1881.  19 

1877.  169 

1878.  52 

1882.  132 
1882.  55 
1876.  71 
1878.  195 
1880.  158 
1878.  195 


xli 


Wam  Oppice — continued. 


Cancelled  and  obsolete  regulations,  list  of,  annual 


•  • 


Wabbjlnx  Officers,  medical  attendance  on  wives  and  children 

„  „        Barrack  Furniture 

„  „        Distinguishing  badges  

Wabuavts,  Royal  (see  also  Instructions) : 

Adjutants  of  Auxiliary  Forces,  retired  fay        

„  Cavalry  or  Intantry,  tenure  of  appointment 

„  Militia  and  Yeomanry,  retired  pay  . . 

„  Volunteers,  retired  pay      . .  . .  . .         r. 

Agents^  Regimental,  appointment  of      • . 

yy      revision  of  allowances  to.  • 
Allowances,  issue  of,  revised  Regulations  for     . . 
Annuity,  extra,  on  retirement,  to  fourteen  Officers  of  Royal 

Artillery        

Army  Hospital  Corps,  organization  of  . .         

y,      Pay  Department,  organization  and  duties,  Ac.    . . 
„      Reserve,  First-class,  mobilized  in  1878,  Pension  •• 

Barrack  furniture,  revised  schedules 

Cadets,  Queen*s    ••         

Clothing  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  XI.) .  • 

Auxiliary  Forces,  pensions  of,  Permanent  Staff  not  serving  on 

Army  engagement    • .  .  •         •  •         • .  .  •  • . 

<<  Commiwariat  and  Transport  Corps,"  and  '^  Ordnance  Store 

Corps,"  substituted  for  **  Army  Service  Corps  " 
Commissions,  regulations  for  purchase  or  sale  of,  cancelled     . . 
CoABolidating  Royal  Warrants  of  25th  June  1881  and  22nd 

February  1882,  issue  of 

Corpa,  definition  of,  for  purposes  of  Army  Act,   1881  (and 

Schedules)         

Engineer  Pay,  Company  Serjeants-Major  . .         . ,         . . 

Equipment  of  the  Army  (Army  Regulations,  vol.  IIL) . . 
Gratuities  to  Permanent  Staff,  Yeomanry  and  Volunteers 
Hones,  pitivirion  of,  during  active  operations  (addition  to 

Allowance  Regulations)        . .         

Household  troops,  appointment  of  Lieutenants  •  • 

Indian  Government,  soldiers  serving  under,  to  be  on  Unattached 

list        

MeM  fund,  r^imental,  subscription  of  Quarter-Masters  towards 
Military  College  (Royal),  Government  of  •  •         • . 

Foot  Police  Corps,  and  Post  Office  Corps,  formation  of 
Militia  Commanding  Officers,  power  ot,  to  remove  Non-Com- 
miisioned  Officers  ot  Peimaneut  Staff  revoked 
Fraudulent  Enlistment  from,  into  Navy  or  Marines, 
stoppages         


Year  and  dause. 

1878. 

13 

1879. 

21 

1880. 

22 

1881. 

18 

1879. 

261 

1881. 

30 

1881. 

280 

1882. 

28 

1882. 

152 

1881. 

180 

1882. 

226 

1880. 

219 

1879. 

254 

1881. 

213 

1871. 

116 

1881. 

147 

1880. 

84 

1877. 

125 

1877. 

170,  §  1-5 

1881. 

241 

1872. 

148 

1877. 

55,§l&2 

1881. 

88 

1882. 

165 

1881. 

214 

1871. 

115 

1882. 

56 

\  1881 
1882 

.240 

•  241 

1882. 

188 

1881. 

115 

1875. 

44,§3 

1882. 

160 

1882. 

114 

1875. 

74 

1880. 

54 

1876. 

30 

1882. 

163 

1880. 

80 

1881. 

7 

lUi 


VfAmMAwm,  Royal— cPfUtnutfdL 

Noo-comaiifflioned   Officers  of   Royal    Artillery  and    Royal 

Sngineersy  pay  of  certain         •  •         • .  •  •  •  • 

Officers  on  ReCirei)  List  of  Departments,  temporary  employment 

^       of  (late)  Indion  Artillery  and  Engineers 
Ordnance  Store  Coips  and  Commissariat  and  Transport  Corps, 

substituted  for  Ai  my  Service  Corps   •  • 
Pay  Department,  Army    . , 

Non-eileetiTe  pay  and  allowances,  issue  of,  by  Seecetaiy 

of  State  in  special  cases  . .  .  •         •  • 

Promotion  y  and  non-effectlre  pay,  issue  of  consolidaited 

Boyal  Wamnt 

Pensions,  men  wbo  Tolunteered  from  Indian  Forces 


»i 


w 


{ 


M 


11 


•  • 


1st  Class  Army  Reserve,  mobilized  in  1878  •  • 
Permanent  StJiff,  Auxiliary  Forces,  not  serriag  on 
Army  engairenient  . .  •  •  •  •         • .         • . 

Post  Office  Corps  and  Military  Foot  Police  Corps,  formation  of 
Puzdbase  or  sale  of  commissions,  regulations  cancelled.  • 
Quarter- Masters,  subscription  of  towards  regimental  mess  foiid 
Quarter-MriBter4Seijeact8,  West  India  Regiments,  pay  of 

Queen's  Oadfts 

Regimental  Debts  Act,  Regulations  under 
Retirement,  extra  annuity  on  to  fourteen  officers  of  Royal 
Artillery  «.  ..  ..         ••         ••         «. 

Rewords  to  Reeruitera      • .         •  •  

„  •  „  for  Foot  Guards  . . 

Scboolntasf  crft,  reckoning  of  military  service  and  peoaioa 
Serriee,  Offict^rs  promoted  from  Warrant  Officers  and  ranks, 
reckoning  of     •  •  •  •         •  • 

Signalling,  prises  for  proficiency  in,  and  Eztra-Doty  Pay  to 
Insiructora     ..         ••  ..  ..  ..  ••         «• 

Stoppages  for  fraudulent  enlistment  from  Militia  into  Navy  or 
Mahacs  ••         •.         ••         ..  ••         ••         ••         •. 

Surrender  of  commissions,  discontinuance  of  grant  of  moiiej  an 

aeeonnt  of  service         ••         ..         ••  .•         •« 

Yictorin  Croiv,  qualiBcations  for . .  • .  •  •  . .         • . 

Volunteers,  AHj.tsnta  of,  retired  pay     . .  . .         • .         •• 

w  Permanent  Staff,  pay  and  pension  •  •  • ,         • « 

Wnv  IVDiA  Rboikkkts: 

Company  Colonr  Serjeants  on  Married  Roll 

n        Qusrter-Ma^ter  Serjeants,  pay  of  [Warrant]  . . 
WiLLiy  soldiers'  (Me  also  RaononrTAi.  Dsbts  Act) 


•  • 


WoMSV  AMJ>  Crilihish  : 

Medical  attendanea  ••  

WsTea  of  Soldiers  not  to  embark  wtthin  three  aontka  •f 

oonnnement  ••  ••         ««         •• 

childbirth,  admission  to  hospitals    .  • 


n 


Tear  and  dansa. 


882. 
882.  186 
882.  133 

881.  214 

877.  170,  {  1  5 

881.  212 

882.  56 

881.  242 

882.  189 

881.  241 

882.  1S6 
882.  163 
87  L  US 

880.  54 
882.  161 

877.  55,S1^3 

881.  00 

8801  84 

882.  115 
882.  1B7 
882.  Ug 

882.  168 

882.  248 

881.   V 


871.  160 

881.  120 
879.  254 

882.  104 

872.  151 
882.  101 
870.  110 


879. 


881.  118 
880.  308 


T. 

Teokahbt  Cataavt: 

Adjutants,  retired  pay  rWarrant]  

„        allowances  of..  

Gratuities— Permanent  Staff  [WanantJ.^         ••  •• 

Officers,  pay  of..         .•         ..         ••         .. 
Qualifiration  of  Officers  for  rank  of  Captain  in  Beserye  of 

Officers  ..         ..         ••         ..        ««         ••         .. 
Second  Lieutenant,  abolition  of  rank  of  •  •         • .        •  •         • . 
Training     ..         ••         ..         ..         ..         ..         •• 


Year  and  Claiue. 


1980.  219 
1882.  234 
1876.    44,  §3 
1881.  190 

1881.  39 
1881.  208 

1879. 13,  §1,3-6 


xUt 


ADDITIOKS  AND  ALTERATIONS 

(1882) 


TO 


LIST  OF  CANCELLED  AND  OBSOLETE  CLAUSES 


ISSUED  WITH 


CLAUSE  18,  ARMY  CIRCULARS,  1878. 

N,B. — The  beeretary  of  Staters  Instructions  on  Royal  Warrants  are  not  cancelled  umles$ 

it  is  expressly  so  stated. 


L— WAR  OFFICE  CIRCULARS,  OLD  SERIES. 


W.O,  Circular  179) 

„  811  >  obsolete. 


»* 


669) 

961  canoelled  by  CUttse  170,  AX).  1862. 


The  whole  of  the  War  OflSce  Circulars,  with  the  following  ezceptioiMp  are  now 
eancell^  or  hare  been  rendered  obsolete : — 

W.O.  Circular  711. 
§39    „        871 


xlt 


II.— ABMY  CIRCULARS. 

1868. 

Clause  110  obsolete. 


1869. 


^^^11]  obsolete. 

,,    113  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 

„    139  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 

„    156  entirely  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882. 

,9    1 70  obsolete. 

1870. 

Ckase  25 1 

„      40  >  obsolete. 

„      84  J 

,,  119  cancelled  by  Clause  209,  A.C.  1882. 

„  129  obsolete. 

„  142  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A.C  1882. 

„  161  obsolete. 

„  176  cancelled  by  Clause    88,  A.C.  1882. 

,•  200        „  „      170     „        „ 

„  205  obsolete. 

y,  212  entirely  obsolete. 


1871. 

Clause  26  entirely  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A,C.  1882. 

^  30  obsolete. 

„  71  entirely  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 

„  159  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 

n  179         „  „      260      „        „ 

„  180  obsolete. 

„  182  cancelled  by  Clause  88,  A.C.  1882. 

„  193  obsolete. 


1872. 


Clause  101 


„  15  ^obsolete. 

»  22  J 

„  29  cancelled  by  Clnusc  88,  A.C.  1882. 

„  57  obsolete. 

,,  67  (and  Regulations)  cancelled  by  Clause  237,  A.C.  1882. 


shn 


1872 — eontintud. 


obsolete. 


M    160  oanoelled  by  Clwue  139,  A.G.  1882. 


danaeSS 
„    89 

•  « 
„  «1 
„  63 
„  66 
„  86 
„  99 
„102 
«106 
»109 
„1S1 
„  186 
„142 
,,157 


1873. 

euieened  by  Ckiuo  139,  A.C.  1882. 
obsolete. 

„       (see  O.O.  147  of  1882). 
eanoeUed  bj  CUhk  170.  A.C.  1882. 

obsolete. 


} 


oanoelled  by  Qanse  209,  A.G.  1882. 

entirely  obeolete. 

oanoelled  by  Claase  209,  A.G.  1882. 

entirely  oanoelled  by  Oanae  280,  A.C.  1882. 

obMlete. 

oanoelled  by  dauae  209,  A.a  1882. 

M  M  OO 


ofaoolete. 


909 


»9 


IV 

ft 


1874. 


CUnM   33  obaolete. 
„        36  wneeBed  by  Gaoae  260,  ▲.C.  1882. 


Kl.«    ,. 
«»-7    n 


f» 
It 

n 
19 
f» 

It 

W 

It 

w 

f» 

9 

n 


45  obaolete. 

64  oanoilled  by  Clavse  260,  AC.  1882. 

02  oanoelled  by  Claoae  280,  A.C.  1882. 

08         „  „     103 

06 


171 

90  Vobaolete. 

21/ 


n 

n 


ti 


9> 
9» 


28 
88 


byClanae  170,  AC.  1882. 


260 


ft 


611 

62  /       "  •» 

71  obaolete. 

76  oanoelled  by  Olanae  260,  A.O.  1882. 

77  obaolete. 


slvii 


1875. 

C^-e     n  obsolete. 

271 

51  V  cancelled  bj  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 

68  J 

69  obsolete. 
82  cancelled  by  Oause  260,  A.C.  1882. 

gl  I  obsolete. 

99  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 
122  obsolete. 
„       132  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 


n 


5> 


„       161         „  „       170   „      „ 


fj  M 


„  164  ),  99  ?9  91    •       « 


99 


;g}  obsolete. 


1876. 

Clause  5  cancelled  by  Clause  75,  A.C.  1882. 
„      9  „  )}    260      „      9, 

18  ,9  1}     170      „       „ 


»»     *"  »' 


?i 


Sc«ei«y  of  State's  f     „    291  ^^^i^^^ 


26  „  ,,    260      „ 


»» 


Inatroctioiis 


g|\  obsolete- 

77  cancelled  \fy  Clause  209,  A.C.  1882. 

86  „  „       260      „       „ 

94  obsolete. 
^,'    97  cancelled  by  Clause  167,  A.C.  1882. 
„  102  n  i»     170      „     1882. 

„  103  obsolete, 
n  114  j 
»  {30  y«»ce11ed  by  Ckuse  260,  A.C.  1882. 

"  138) 


1877. 

dause  121 

'»    l\  >.cancclled  by  Clcuse  260,  A.C.  1882 
68 


„    TO  obsolete. 


zlTiii 


1877-— ^Jw/i/iMeff. 


Clause  S2  | 

84  /obsolete. 


Secretary  of  State's  \ 
lEutructions  ) 


Secretary  of  State 
Instructions 


■•} 


Appendix 


n 

n 
n 

»i 

9f 
It 
»1 
»f 
♦  I 


89) 
105  }  <»^'"^11«^  ^y  ^^^  260,  A.C.  1882. 

112  superseded  by  Clause  187,  A.C.  1881. 


115") 
116 
118  I 

125  ^o^®®^^'^« 


130 

13lJ 

129  cancelled  by  Clause  213  and  Clause  248,  A.C.  1882. 

138  obsolete. 

141  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  AC.  1882. 

143  I  *^^*^^^^^- 

155  cancelled  by  Clause  171,  A.C.  1882. 

181  obsplete. 

186  refer  to  Clause  88,  A.C.  1881,  and  Clauses  23  and  232. 

A.C.  1882. 
196  obsolete. 


1878. 

Clause      2  cancelled. 

lg  >  obsolete. 

27) 
f.  24      „      29  cancelled  by  Clause  111,  A.C.  1882. 

35  obsolete. 

47  cancelled  by  Clauso  237,  A.C.  1882. 

55  (Instructions)  obsolete. 

63] 

64  >  obsolete. 

67  J 

79) 

80  Vcaneelled  by  Ckuse  260,  A.C.  1882. 

81) 

84  cancelled  by  Clause  157,  A.C.  1982. 

98  ,.  „       170    „  „ 

94  obsolete. 

107  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 
114  obsolete. 
124  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  18S2. 


♦1 

If 
11 
11 
f» 
11 
11 
n 
i» 
11 
♦1 
It 
♦1 
•f 


.  I 


xliz 


1878 — continued. 

Clause  129  obsolete. 

„  130  and  Regulations  cancelled  bj  Clause  157,  A.C.  1883. 

„  143  cancelled  hj  Clause  171,  A.C.  1882. 

„  150  obsolete. 

„  152  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 

»>  157         „  „        170      „        „ 

"  ^^H  260 

„  162/     »  »?-«>"» 

'^^^Sc'lL^*^')  "  ^^^  canceUedby  Clause  171,  A.O.  1882. 

„  169  obsolete. 

„  173  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882. 

99  204  ,1  „         79      „         y, 

„  209  obsolete. 

^  21 1  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 


1879. 

Clau^      7  obsolete. 

„         14  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  AC.  1882. 

9*  *°  »»  »»  2D0  ,,  yy 

38  obsolete. 

45  cancelled  by  Clause    77,  A.C.  1882. 


"         ..«  >  obsolete. 


99 
99 

»1 
l» 
99 
99 


§1,2        „        95  obsolete. 


58 

62  entirely  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  AC  1882. 

66  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882. 

67)      . 

84  >  obsolet?. 

88) 

94  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882. 


j^^ I  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  AC.  18.2 


"       J??  j  obsolete. 


19 
9> 


104 

109  cancelled  by  Clause  287,  A.C.  1882. 

110  „  „       88      „        „ 
113  obsolete. 

118 


SecreUry  of  State's  1  ^^^} cancelled  by  Clausq  1 70,  A.C.  1882. 


Inftnietioiis 


»•      169  f  cancelled  by  Clause  1 70,  A.C.  1882. 

W  *•"»  99  »»  *■'   '  99  ,1 

J,      177  „       ->         „      260      „       „ 


99 

n 


,.      170      „ 


1 


1879 — continued. 

Clause  193  obsolete. 

,,      203  cancelled  by  Olauoe    93,  A.O.  1881      ^regards 

2231 


Volimteen). 


n 
II 
It 

9« 
19 
II 

V 

II 

9t 
l» 
II 

n 

w 
l« 

91 


„      170    „    1882. 


224  /       »• 

226  obsolete. 

227  cancelled  by  Olanse  170,  A.O.  1882. 

^^^  \  260 

242/       "  »»  •'        »' 

^^H  170 

252/        "  i»        *'V     »        n 

253  obsolete. 

259  (and  Appendix)  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.CL  1882. 

269  cancelled  by  Clause  207,  A.C.  1882. 

2771 

2^®  I  170 

279  f       ••  "         *'v      „        „ 

28oJ 


;;      283}^^^^- 

^      284  cancelled  by  Clause  177,  A.C.  1882. 

^^^  \  260 

295/        »♦  »•       ^^      »'         •» 


11 
II 


1880. 


Clause      6 


n 
II 
II 
II 

99 


I 


g  VeuioeUed  by  Clause  170,  A.C  1882. 

loj 

11  obsolete. 

\\  \  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 


^gj^  obsolete. 

62  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A  C.  1882. 


II 

91 


19/ 

i»        *®  w  »        17®     II        91 

,9        33  \ 

n 

I        741 

WS         „  „    360      „        „ 

76  J 

77  obsolete. 
„        88  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882. 
»      100  „  „    260      „ 

„  118  refer  to  CUuse  232,  A.C.  1882. 

„  119  obsolete. 

„  128  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 

9.  140  „  „      170      .,       ,» 

„  165  entirely  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882. 


li 


I  obsolete. 


1880 — continued. 

Clause  169 

„  192 

„  197  (InstruotioDs)  amended  by  Clause  200,  A.O.  1882. 

„  236  obsolete. 

„  241  cancelled  hj  Clause  217,  A.C.  1882. 

,,  243  obsolete. 

„  244  cancelled  by  Clause  218,  A.C.  18B2. 

„  259  entirely  cancelled  by  Clause  97,  A.C.  1882. 

K  471^,  471c      „  261  cancelled  by  Clause  118,  A.C.  1882. 

„  261  entirely  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882« 

„  263  \ 

„  264  I  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882. 

„  265 ) 

„  268        „  „        64       „        „ 

„  273         „  „      260      „ 

„  287  (Regulations)  cancelled  by  Clause  57,  A.C.  1882. 

""      289  }  <»»«el^«d  ^y  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882. 

„      290  obsolete. 

f  cancelled  by  Clause    66  A.C.  1882. 
§§1,2,3      „      293^        „  „      248      „       „ 

(^obsolete.. 
yy      301  cancelled  by  Clause  260,  A.C.  1882. 

1881. 

Clause      6  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A.C  l882. 
11         »»  »j      218     „        „ 

21 


'•        22  J      „  „      170     „        „ 


n 


23 
§1         „         41         „  „         92     „ 

52) 

63  „  „         170      V,  yy 

54) 

55  obsolete. 

^^  j  partly  cancelled  by  Clause  108,  A.C.  1882. 
66  obsolete. 


M        67         „ 


^5  j  cancelled  by  CUuse   170,  A.O.  1882. 

»,         77  obsolete. 
Appendices        „        88  cancelled  by  Clause  204,  A.C.  1982. 

„         90  obsolete*. 
§§1&2        „        92  cancelled  by  G.O;  124, 1881. 

102  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882. 

103  obsolete; 
107  cancelled  by  Clause  88,  A.C.  1882. 

„       116        „  „     109     „ 

123  cancelled  by  G.O.  306, 1882. 
131  cancelled  by  Clause  170  A;G.  1862. 


Ui 


Clause  133  cancelled  by  Claose  40,  A.C.  1882. 

^  140/     "  jf     ^^f      n         ». 

»,  144  cancelled  by  0.0.   228,  1882. 

„  148  obsolete. 

.1  1511 

,f  ld2  >  cancelled  by  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882. 

M  153  J 

I,  154  obsolete. 

„  156  cancelled  by  Clause    64,  A.C.  1882. 

tt  ^^^         »»  ^170      ,f       „ 

„  174  cancelled  by  O.O.  306, 1882. 

n  183  cancelled  by  Clause  136  and  Clause  170,  A.G.  1882. 

„  184        „  „      170,  A.C.  1882. 

,i  185  obsolete. 

„  193  cancelled  by  Clause   255,  A.C.  1882. 

M  199        „  .,       47 

.,  S16        „  „      170 


>i 


>» 

»» 

>l 

>» 

n 

ft 

n 

»i 

234         ,,  „     260 

„      244        „  .,      138  and  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882. 

,9      246  obsolete. 

247  cancelled  by  Clauses  24  and  J  21,  A.C.  1882. 

255  obsolete. 


•I 


^^^  i  canceUed  by  Clause  170,  A.C.  1882. 


1882. 

CUttse     8 ) 

4  }  cancelled  by  Clanae  170,  A.C.  1882. 
6) 


**  ^  }  obwUete. 

I,        14  canceUed  by  daine  218,  A.a  1882. 
*•         2*J         „  „       170     ,,         „ 

»%         24         M  »       1^1      yv         •« 

\»         26         ,,  „       251      ^         „ 

M         34         „         br  G.O.  223,  1882« 
H        37         „        by  Clause  56,  A.C.  1882. 
%,         39  (und  Instruction^)  oanc  lied  by  CUuitt  137,  A.C  1882, 
{  57 U         „        40  cauciUcd  by  (^ause  ITi,  A.C,  1882. 

<\         «  .•       121       „       „ 

<^        ^  «       Ul       ^       ^ 

^.J         ,•  ^       130       „       « 

59  OftUccUcd  bt  daine  170,  A.C  1882. 


<^         %*  «       14^ 


%%         ^*»»         %« 


10  J         .,  ,.174 

^^*f      *•  ^170 

IS  »,  10  ^.       138  \ 


liii 


Clause  140  cancelled  by  Clause  194,  A.C.  1882. 
„    160  aiheiided  by  Cliiuse  21 1 


»> 


III.  AUXILIARY  AND  RESERVE  FORCES  CIRCULARS. 


15 


ClAUAe  3  dbsolete. 


1870. 


»i 


M 


1871. 

Clause  2  cancelled  by  Clause  174,  AC.  liB82, 


«  in 

,.     12 

»    ,*  i- obsolete. 

„     16 

.,    82 
»     38j 

ClanM    1^ 

..       2 

,.      10 

,.      13 

,.      1* 

• 

„     28  }-ob«ol6te 

„    as 

„      56 

„    6d 

„      60 

'»      61 

1872. 


1873. 

Clause    2  obsolete. 

.  -  r  cancelled  as  regards  Militia  by  Militia  Regulations  1880. 

*•  1         »  „      Volunteers  by  Volunteer     „      1881. 

23"^ 


48 
60 
62 
63 
67 


obsolete. 


1874. 

dauM    2 

h 

24  omceUed  by  Q.O.  280,  1882. 


M 

W 

n 


I 


obsolete. 


Ut 


1874-^om/iiitM(^. 

C9auae  27  obsolete. 
,«      61  cancelled  bj  Clauae  93,  A.C.  1881  (as  regards  VoluntoerO 
„      53        „  ••      171      „     1880. 

„      72  obsolete. 


<''*«"  ^«  •  oUolete. 


1876 

laose  191 

„      44  cancelled  by  Clause  171,  A.C.  1880. 

1876. 

^;«^jj}  obsolete. 

12  •«      38  cancelled  by  Claose  284,  A.C.  1882. 

.      671 
„      68 

"      fto  Ubwlete. 
90 


1877. 

Clause  79  obsolete. 

„      80  cancelled  by  Clause  l&O,  A.C.  1880. 

,•      811 

«,      93  >  obsolete. 

,,     106  entirely  cancelled  by  Clause  171,  A.C.  1880. 


>« 


111  obsolete. 


<^'»«   *}  ob«,lete. 


1878. 


W 

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9f 

w 
ft 
n 
•» 

M 
»t 

n 
n 
»* 


5 

18  cancelled  by  Clause  171,  A.C.  1882. 
21  entirely  cancelled  by  Clause  219,  A.C.  1880. 
27  obsolete. 

45  and  Regulations  cancelled  by  Clausa  157,  AG.  1883. 
55  obsolete. 


701 
71 

74 


75  I*  cancelled  by  Clause  93,  A.C.  1881. 

76 

77 

79' 

80 

81  ^cancelled  by  Clause  157,  A.C.  1882. 

82 

83, 

85  obsolete. 

1^  j  oanoeUed  by  Clause  239,  AC.  1882. 


Iv 


ARMY  FORMS  AND  BOOKS  APPROVED,  CANCELLED,  AND  AMENDED 

IN  THE  YEAR  1882. 


ARMY    FORMS. 


New. 


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1 

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D    447 

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E    599 

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K  1325 

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K1331 

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ARMY  FORMS— contintiec/. 


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Army  Book        162a 

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184 

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ABMY   CIBOULABS. 


1882. 


/ 


Wab  Office,        ^^£!LL0 

Ist  January  1882. 

The  following  Regulations  and  Instructions  are 
promulgated  to  the  Army  by  direction  of  the  Secretary 
of  State  for  Wan 


CONTENTS. 


rxNAMca. 

I.-BEOX7I«AB  F0BCB& 

Clause  1.  AUowanoe  BegulatioBB,  1881.  —  TravelUnff  —  BaUway 
Warranta  for  Troops  retominff  firom  Musketry 
Instruction     —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      — 

2.  Allowance  Beffulatlons,  1881.— Library  AUowanoe      — 

3.  Financial  Instructions,  ISTO.-Kon-Bffeotive  Accounts 
of  Men  —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      — 

4.  Financial  Instructions,  1870. -Extra-Duty  Pay  —      — 
0.  Financial  Instructions,  1870.- Justices'  Clerks'  Fees  — 

6.  Beffimental  Establishments,  1881-8       —      —      —      — 

7.  Foraire  AUowaiipe     —      —      —      —      —      —      —      — 

8.  Fares  by  BaUway     —      —      —      —      —      —      —      — 


PA«1 

3 
3 

3 

4 
4 
4 
5 
5 


II.-AT7XII<IABT  FOBCBS. 

MILITIA. 

9,  Preliminary  DtUI  for  Becruits— Medical 
10.  Preliminary  DriU  and  Training  Accounts 


tion       6 
-     —      e 


BSOVZiATZOMS  TOWL 

AlTD    TmAMSPOST 


TBB  OOBianSSAMAT 


Clause  U.  Army  Books 


6 


msavziATZOMS  ro&  tbb  obdbabob  stobm 


Clause  12.  Tubes  and  Fuses 


6 


LONDON : 
tr  tk*  9iiftrimt0»dtne«  ^  Her  Mujtttft  Strntimmv  OMtt, 

W.CLOWBS  a  SOVS  (Umlt«d).  M.  Charfaf  Omat :  HARRf  FON  k  SONS,  M.  PaU  afall- 
W.  B.  ALLSN  a Ool  ta.  Wateri<no  PUm:  W.  MITCHELL, ».  Cluulnf  Cma* : 
LOMUMANS  a  CoiTFfttmiMter  Row;  TRUUN £H  ft  Cr>..  V  i  80i  LudirAte  II ill : 
S  rANtOBD.dMMacCroM ;  C.  KXQAN  PA  U  L.  TKSNCH  *  Co..  1.  Patmnottcr  Sqoferei 

Aim  kg 
QBirriN  a  Col.  TW  Hart.  PosnaAi  A.  k  C.  BLACK.  Boi»ob»b: 
ALU.  TBOM  a  C•^,  Abb«r  8u«t«,  and  JL  PUNSONBT.  Grafton  linct,  Drauv. 


Prict  Tv^pmct. 


Jauuary  1889.]    .  .  3 


Contents-— «ofi/ifiicMl. 


aQVZFMSirT  ASOUIiATXOirS. 

I.-BBaUI«AB   FOBOES.  rA«« 

Clause  18.  Tabes  and  Fuses      —      —.      —      —      —      —      —      —       7 

n.  -  AUZIUABT  F0&0B8. 
MILITIA. 

„      14.  Bepairs  of  XiUtU  Arms-      «      .      —      .      ~      «       7 


maavxiATXoirs  rom  tbb  Ammn  inuiiOA& 


Clause  16.  Disposal  of  the  Arms  and  Aoooutrements  of  the  8iok 

and  Wounded      —      —      ...      —      —      —      —      —      11 


•aars»AXi  maoiriiATXOir0 


• 


Clause  10.  Army  AdTertlsements    ^^     —     .-     —     —     —     u 
„      17.  MlUtary  Books-      --.--.----la 


18.  ABXT  F0BX8  AVD  B00K8        ..--..     18 


WAM  orrxoB. 

,,      19.  last  of  CanoeUed,  Obsolete,  and  Amended  Beffulatlons     18 
„      80.  Appointment  of  Assistant  Director  of  Works     ~     —     18 


[ilauunr^  1882. 


(Begular  Forces). 


FINANCE. 
X.— saoviiAH  romoBS. 

Allowance  Begolations,  1881— TravelliDg—Bailway  Warrants 
for  Troops  returning  from  Musketry  Instruction. 

The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  576  of  the  Allow-  Clause  1. 
ance  Regulatioiiaj  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  I.,  Part  III.) : — 

ftVUa.  Warrants  for  Officers  and  men  returning  by  Bail- 
ways  in  Great  Britain  from  a  course  of  musketry  instruction 
will  invariably  be  marked  ''  Return  journey — ^to  be  charged 
at  half  fare." 


Allowance  Begulations,  1881.— Library  Allowance. 

The  following  will  be  added    after    paragraph  887  of  the  Clause  2. 
Begulations  relating  to  the  issue  of  Army  Allowances  (Army 
Begulations,  Vol.  I.,  Part  III.),  as  amended  by  Clause  243,  Army 
Circulars,  1881  :— 

887a.  The  allowance  specified  in  paragraph  887  will  be 
charged  quarterly  in  advance  on  the  Ist  January,  1st  April, 
1st  July,  and  1st  October.  No  refund  will  in  future  be 
required  from  troops  embarking  after  those  dates;. but  the 
allowance  is  not  issuable  to  troops  on  board  ship,  and  no 
allowance  will  be  admitted  for  troops  returning  to  this  country 
for  any  period  intervening  between  the  date  of  disembarkation 
and  that  on  which  the  next  issue  falls  due. 


Financial  Instructions,  1879.— Non-Effective  Accounts  of  Men. 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  800  of  the  Clause  3. 
Financial  Instructions,   1879,    issued    with    Clause    62,    Army 
GiiCQlarB,  1879  :-- 

804K  Any  debtor  balance  on  account  of  a  soldier  becoming 
non-effective  by  death,  desertion,  or  discbarge,  subsequently 
to  1st  Julv  1881,  will  be  charged  against  the  Public,  if 
supported  by  a  non-effective  account  and  a  copy  of  the 
Ledger  Sheets  from  the  date  of  the  man  first  becoming 
mdebted. 

B  2 


January  IMS*] 


Clause  4. 


Finance  (Regular  Forces)— «>»<«««€* 


Instmctions,  1879.— Extra-Daty  Fay. 

The  foUowing  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  446a,  added  to 
tlie  Financial  Instructions,  1879^  by  Clause  75,  Amiy  Cireubirs, 
1881  :— 

440A.  From  the  1st  April  1882,  all  charges  for  Extra- 
Duty  Pay  (issuable  under  Articles  467  and  841  to  843  of  the 
Royal  Warrant  of  the  25th  June  1881)  on  account  of  Schools 
of  Instruction  for  Officers  of  the  Auxiliary  Forces,  will  appear 
In  the  accounts  of  District  Paymasters. 


Clause  5. 


Financial  InstractionSi  1879.— Justices'  Clerks*  Fees. 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  484i,  added  to 
the  ^  Financial  Instructions  of  the  1st  April  1879  '^  by  Clause  169, 
Army  Circulars,  1879 :-  - 

4846.  Claims  for  the  reimbursement  of  payments  made 
under  the  preceding  paragraph  will  be  forwarded  to  the  War 
Office  for  settlement,  accompanied  by  a  detailed  statement  of 
the  fees,  the  clerk's  receipt,  and  the  certificate  of  the  paying 
officer  that  the  rates  charged  accord  with  the  local  scale 
authorized  by  the  Home  Office. 


Claused. 


Regimental  EstablishmentSi  1881-82. 

1.  The  changes  in  the  Establishments  of  the  Regular  Forces, 
issued  with  this  Army  Circular,  have  been  approved  by  Her 
Majesty* 

2.  The  amended  Establishments  will  take  effect  from  Ist 
November  1881.  For  the  regulation  of  allowances,  the  present 
Establishments  of  regiments  on  foreign  service  about  to  return 
home  will  remain  in  force  until  the  date  of  their  arrival. 

8.  From  the  date  on  which  battalions  of  Infantry  of  the  Line 
may  be  placed  under  orders  for  service  abroad,  their  Establishmeots 
will  be  increased  by  four  Lieutenants.  From  the  date  on  which 
battalions  may  be  pla«.*ed  under  orders  to  return  home,  vacandes 
that  may  occur  in  them,  in  the  ranks  of  Lieutenant  and  seijeant, 
will  not  be  filled  up  pending  the  reduction  of  Establishment  that 
will  be  effected  on  the  arrival  of  the  battalion  at  home. 

4.  From  the  date  on  which  battalions  may  be  placed  under 
orders  for  sendee  in  ludia,  their  Establishments  will  be  reduced 
by  a  serjeant*cook. 


[  Jfiniiary  1689« 


Finaiice  (Regular  Forcesy-contmued. 


Forage  Allowance. 

1.  In  pursuance  of  the  intimation  contained  in  paragraph  125  Clause  ?• 
of  the  Allowance  Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  L, 

Part  III.),  it  ia  notified  that  the  following  will  be  the  rates  of 
pecuniary  allowance  in  lieu  of  forage  which  will  be  issued  in  the 
tlnited  kingdom  from  the  1st  January  to  the  80th  June  1882 : — 

For  each  Bation. 

#.  d, 

Alderthot  Dittriot                    • .        .  •        .  •  2    0 

{Aldeniejr      •  •         •  •         .  •  2    8 

GhiernBejr 2    5 

Jenej          2    4 

OhAthflm 2    0 

Eastern 1  10 

Home 2    1 

North  Britain 19 

Northern 1  11 

South-Eastem 2    0 

Southern 1  10 

Weetem 18 

Woolwich 2    0 

Belfast 14 

Cork         •         16 

Corragh ••  17 

Dnhlm •  16 

2.  The  allowance  in  lieu  of  stablings  when  admissible^  will  be 
added  in  each  case  to  the  above  rates. 

Fares  by  Railway. 

The  present  charges  made  by  the  Great   Western  Railway  Clause  8. 
Company  for  through  conveyance  from  London  to  Waterford  (via 
Milfbrd)  are —  £  *.  d. 

Offlcen  •• 2    2  6  each 

Hon        1    0  0    „ 

rOne  horse    ••  8  10  0 

In  hone  boxes  <  Two  horses  .  •  6    6  0 

[Three  hors3s..  7  17  6 


MILITIA. 

Preliminary  Brill  for  Recruits— Medical  Ezamination. 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  233  of  the  Clause  9. 
Militia  Rqrulations,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.)  :— 

9S8.  Recruits  will  be  medically  examined  on  joining,  and 
ihoae  who  are  considered  by  the  Medical  Officer  to  be  unfit 
for  duty,  whether  temporarily  or  permanently,  will  be  imme- 
diately sent  to  their  homes  under  the  authori^  of  the  Officer 
whose  duty  it  is  finally  to  approve  the  recruits. 

9SSa.  The  discharge  of  men  who  are  permanently  unfit 
will  be  carried  out  in  acoordance  with  the  instructions  con* 
(i4qed  in  paras,  194  to  197t 


JAnuary  l^SS.]  6 


Finance  (Auxiliary  Forces)— contimied. 


Preliminary  Drill  and  Training  Accounts. 

GlaU86  10.        The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  810  of  the 
Militia  Regulations,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.): — 

810.  Returns  of  all  men  sent  home  temporarily,  or  dis- 
charged as  permanently  unfit  after  joining  for  recruit  drill, 
preliminary  drill,  or  training,  will  be  prepared  and  trans- 
mitted as  vouchers  to  the  Pay  List ;  those  for  men  sent  home 
temporarily  unfit,  on  Army  Form  O  1792 ;  and  those  for  men 
discharged  permanently  unfit,  on  Army  Form  E  517. 


BEaULATIONS  FOB  THE  COMMISSABIAT 
AND  TBANSFOBT  STAFF. 

Army  Books. 

Clause  IL  1«  In  paragraph  728  of  the  Reticulations  for  the  Commissariat 
and  Transport  StaflP,  1881  lA.rmy  Regulations,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  I.), 
the  following  words  will  be  added  to  the  second  and  third  lines  of 
the  Table  of  Army  Books : — ''  or  Army  Book  29a,  as  may  be  found 
suitable." 

2.  The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  747 : — 

T4ITa.  It  will  not  be  necessary  to  open  new  District  and 
Barrack-Serjeants'  Ledgers  every  time  an  account  is  balanced. 
The  balance  should  be  struck  close  up  to  where  the  entries 
terminate  on  the  left  hand  or  receipt  side  of  the  ledger,  and 
the  state  or  commencing  line  of  the  new  account  should 
follow  immediately  after;  the  accounts  being  thus  continued 
in  the  same  ledger  so  long  as  it  will  last. 

8.  The  words  ''  or  Army  Book  29a,  as  may  be  found  suitable," 
will  be  added  to  paragraphs  748  and  756^  after  the  words  "  Army 
(laie  W.  O.)  Book  29." 


BEGULATIONS  FOB  THE  OBDNANGE  STOBE 

DEFABTMENT. 

Tubes  and  Fuzes. 

Clause  12.  The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  222^,  added 
to  the  Regulations  for  the  Ordnance  Store  Department,  1879 
(Army  Regulations,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  II.),  by  Clause  249,  Army 
Circulars,  1881  :— 

99i2d.  The  age  of  tubes  and  fuses  will  be  reckoned  iGrom 
the  date  on  which  they  were  last  issued  from  the  Royal 
Laboratory,  Woolwich.  Thus,  if  a  cylinder  bears  dates 
showing  that  its  contents  were  manufactured  in  1870,  and 
** repaired,''  ''examined,"  or  **  re-packed/'  iu  1881,  their  age 
will  be  calculated  from  1881. 

999e»  No  tubes  or  fuiet  will  in  future  be  condemned 
merely  on  account  of  age. 


[January  lS89i 


Equipment  Begulations  (Regular  Forces). 

EQUIPMENT  JUBGULATIONS. 
z.— maavxiAR  foaobs. 

Tubes  and  Fuzes. 

The  following  will  be  inserted  aflter  paragraph  149a^  added  to  Clause  13. 
the  Equipment  Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  III.), 
by  Clause  252,  Army  Circulars,  1881 : — 

140ft.  The  age  of  tubes  and  fuzes  will  be  reckoned  from 
the  date  on  which  they  were  last  issued  firom  the  Royal 
Laboratory,  Woolwich.  Thus,  if  a  cylinder  bears  dates 
showing  that  its  contents  were  manufactured  in  1870,  and 
"repaired,"  '*  examined,'^  or  '*  re-packed,^'  in  1881,  their  age 
will  be  calculated  from  1881. 


140^.  No  tubes  or  fuzes  will  in  future  be  condemned 
merely  on  account  of  age. 


n.-AraUiZAHT  roAoas. 

MILITIA. 

Repairs  of  Militia  Arms. 

1.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  the  tables  contained  in  Clause  14. 
paragraph  1221  of  the  Regulations  for  the  Militia^  1880  (Army 
Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.)  :— 


Vamee  of  Arliclei. 


Proportion. 


Per 

600  arms 

and 

under. 


« • 


Boiti,  breech  block  (Mark  m.)    .. 

Ooren,  epring,  aU  anna  (Marks  II.**  f  external 

andllL)      • \  internal 


Leathen,  cape,  map^  aU  arms       *.        .  • 

Hippies,  aU  arms  (Maiks  II.**  and  III.)., 
pi^     Vlocking,  aU  arms  (Mark  n.**)  .. 

taxis,  roller,  fthumbpiece  (Mark  lEC.) 
Pislcns,  aU  arms 


BoHers,  thumbpiece,  all  arms  (Mark  III.) 
Benws  i^"^\  b]ock,bi^di  (Marks'll  .••  and  III.) 


locking  (Mark  II.«*) 


t  thumbpiece,  all  arms  (Blark  III.) 
fbolt,  breech  block,  all  arms  (Mark  III.) 

{breecb  block,  aU  arms  (Marks 
IL**  and  III.) 
locking,  an  anns  (Mark  n.*«)  . . 
Ijiiston,  aU  arms  (Marks  U.**  and  III.) 
Thnmbpiecee^  aU  arms  (Mark  III.) 


} 


1 
2 
1 


1 
1 


Per 

501  arms 

and 
upwards. 


Bemarks. 


2 
4 
2 


••{ 


•  « 


« . 


}•• 


1 


2 

•  • 
2 
2 


2 

•  • 

•  * 
2 


1  for  erery  8 

arms. 
4  per  cent. 

1  per  cent. 

2  per  cent. 


8  per  cent. 
1  per  cent. 

8  per  cent. 

1  per  cent. 


Jiinaary  18M*] 


8 


Equipment  Regulations  (Auxiliary  ForceBy-cantinued. 


Clause  14 


ytanm  of  AriiolM. 


Proportion. 


For 

600  umB 

and 

under. 


rbriM,  oftrUne,  Artillery,  1861,  and 

Caps,  sido   i     rifles,  1868,  fte, 

[iron,  riflei,ihort,patteni  1880     .. 
EjeleU,  giuurd    trigger,  all    arms   not  baring 

guard  Bwireli •         . . 

Learee,  aatembled,  rcaxbinei,      pattern      1861, 

wifb    caps   and        Artillery 

slides,       *%^^' I  nllM  /  P^^l^^^i^  1868 
back,  eleraUog    \J^^    t  "liort,  pattern  1860 
Nuts,  holder,  rod,  cleaning,  all  arms,  &o..  •         • . 
Pins,  axis,  sight,  back,  elerating    .  •         • . 
BingB,  locking,  bayonet,  common,  without  screws 

I  low  er  and  middle,  all  arms,  &c. 
band    •<  fcaibine,  Artillery,  1861, 

I.  upper  <     and  rifle,  short,  1860 
[rifles,  pattern  1868    . . 
r  carbine,  Artilleiy,  pattern  1861, 
«!SL  i      ^^  short,  pattern  1860 
"^•^  L  rifles  pattern  1853 

guards,  trigger,  all  arms 

n^,^      J  rine,  locking,  bayonet,  common,  1868,  &c. 
^^^'  scabbafd,  steel,  bayonet,  sword,  Artillery, 

1861 

spring,  bayonet,  sword,  all  arms,  baring 

sword  bayonets.  •         

swircl,   guard,    trigger,    rifle,    pattern 

1868,  £c 

tang,  breech,  all  arms 

cups,  side,  all  arms  •  •  .  •  . . 
plate,  butt,  all  arms,  long  .  •  • . 
Swirels,  guard,  trigger,  rifles,  pattern  1868,  &c. . . 
Stops,  iron,  rammer,  aU  arms        


} 


} 
} 


1 
1 

4 


1 
1 
1 
8 
1 
2 

1 

1 

1 

1 
1 
1 


8 
1 
1 
1 
1 


For 
601  arms 

and 
upwards. 


8 
8 

8 

8 
8 

a 

8 

4 
2 
4  -{ 

2 

2 


2 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2 


{ 


•  • 


4 
2 
2 
2 
2 


Bentarka. 


Demands 
should  st«t« 
if  old  pattern 
or  new  pat- 
tern am 
wanted. 


Same  as 
screws,  plate, 
butt, 


1  per  cent. 


The  short  rifle  material  will  be  issued  to  Bifle  Begiments,  to  others  only  wh«n 
actually  required. 

2.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  the  table  published  iu 
paragraph  6,  Clause  11,  Army  Circulars,  1881 : — 


NsjDci  of  Article i. 


Buds 


lower,  without  screws,  carbine.  Artillery,  rifles, 

pattern  1868,  and  short,  patU*m  1860    .  • 
middle,  without  screws,  liile,  pattern  1888 
upper,  without  f  carbine,  Amlleiy,  pattern  4861, 
nuts,  screws,  <     and  rifle,  short,  pattern  1860 . . 
or  swireb      [  ri|le,  pattern  1868 


1 1 


Number 

allowed 

per  1,000. 


} 


6 
6 

18 


Bemarks. 


9 


Itmammey  ISM* 


■  I    »    ^ 


Equipment  Segolations  (Auxiliary  Foroesy-conHnued. 


Karnes  of  Articles. 


Barrels,  rifled,  and  f  carbine,  Artillerr,  1861,  steel .  • 

sighted,  without -i  ^.      /short,  1860  „    .. 

aotiona..        ..  L  lpatteml868         „    .. 

rooxninon,  with  lociinff  rings,  rifle,  pattern 

Bajonets  <  ._^^  J  carbine,  Artilldx^,  pattern  1861 

l^swora  \3pifle,  short,  pattern  1860 


1858 


Yi/\i4«       /  bajonet,  sword 

^^**  •' 1  block, breeoh  (Mark in.).. 

Bridles,  look,  all  arms 


nose 


Gape 


f,  ^^  /carbine,  Artillery,  pattern  1861 
<  **""  Irifle,  pattern  1863 
tiron,  rifle,  short,  pattern  1860    . . 
.{ffTtf    iwk^v    f  carbine,  Artilleiy,  pattern  1861 

^   elevating    j  "Ae  j  p^^^^gjg        ^^ 


Corers,  spring,  all  arms    {^^^ 

r  brass,  carbine,  Artillery,  pattern  1861,   and 
Cape,  side  <     rifle,  pattern  1853 

[  iron,  rifle,  short,  pattern  1860 


Eyelets,  guard  trigger,  all  arms  not  haying  guard  swivels 
Extractors,  all  arms  (Bfarks  XL***  and  IIL)  .  • 

Trifle,  pattern  1853 


Ij^^  r  brass  <  with  eyelets,  carbine,  Artilleiy,  pattern 
"t^^»     4  [     1861 

"'*^'  liron,  with  eyelets,  rifle,  short,  pattern  1860  .. 
ITAipmAni  r*^  arms,  except  rifle,  short,  pattern  1860 
xwmen,!      (Marks  XL**  or  III.)  

locK    ..  [rifle,  short  (Blarks  II.»«  or  ni.) 


LeaTes,  assembled,  with  f  carbine.  Artillery,  pattern  1861 
caps  and  slides,  sight,  S  ^a^  /  pattern  1853 
back,  elevating        . .  [  I  short,  pattern  1860 

Kipplea,  i Jl  arms  

w  .     /  holder,  cleaning  rods,  all  arms,  &c 

\  screw,  bands,  upper,  all  arms,  &o 

f         froUer,  tnumbpiece,  all  arms  (Mark  III.) 


Pins.. 


I   1 


Number 

allowed 

per  1,000. 


} 


««tif   ii«/.v   r  carbine.  Artillery,  pattern  1861 
^;J^'  1  rifles  Pattoml853,  and  short, 
^5     [^     pattern  1860 
breech  block,  all  arms 


I  guard,  trigger,  all  arms 


i^looking,  all  arms  (Mark  II.**)        

Pistons,  aU  arms  

{r  carbme,  Artilleiy,  pattern  1861, 
r  brass  <    and  rifle,  pattern  1853,  long  butt 
butt . .  ^             (  rifle,  pattern  1853,  short  butt    •  • 
I  iron,  rifle,  short,  pattern  1860     . .         . . 
f-.*»<M.  f  brass,  all  arms  except  short  rifle,  pattern 
«n«ge'J      I860        

t  iron,  rifle,  short,  pattern  1860     .  •         . . 
Rings,  looking,  bayonet,  common,  without  screws,  rifle, 

patteml858 

r  carbine,  Artillery,  pattern  1861  .  •         . . 
Bods,  deaning    <  ^^  f  short,  pattern  1860 

[         \  pattern  1858  . 

BoUerSy  thumbpie9e,  all  arms  (Mark  III.) 


•  • 


•  • 


i« 


} 


} 


} 
} 


6 
6 
5 

10 
6 
6 
4 
4 
6 
8 
8 
8 
6 
5 
6 

20 
10 

6 

6 

ao 

6 
8 

3 

3 

6 

6 
6 
6 
6 

12 
6 

12 
6 
6 

6 

6 

6 

12 

50 


3 
8 

3 

8 

12 

6 
6 
0 
5 


Bemarks. 


ClaoBe  14 


JanuAry  i88»*] 


10 


Equipment  Begolations  (Auxiliary  VoTceBh-contimed. 


Clause  14 


Namef  of  Artaeles. 


Number 
allowed 
per  1,000. 


riMnd 


{ 


lower  and  middle,  all  arms.  •         •  • 

r  carbine,  Artillery,  pattern  1861, 

upper  ^     and  rifle,  Bhort,  pattern  1800  . . 
[  rifles,  pattern  1853    • .  • . 

fcabine.  Artillery,  pattern  1861,  and 


cap 


(nose  <     rifle, ' 
trifles,  pi 


'short,  pattern  1860  .  • 


Berawi 


•  ft 


•  • 


pattern  1858    .  •         •'• 
ArtiU6rjr,  paeiem  1861 
pattern  1858  and  I860., 
cup,  side,  all  arms    .  • 
guard,  tngger,  all  arms 
rbridle 


sear 


I  tumbler 

•^    /block,  breech,  an  arms         ••         ••         •. 
P"  llocktog  (M«*  IL»«)  

puta,  butt,  ta  •rmt.  Ac.  |J^  ••      ;;      ;; 

rin£,  locldng,  bayonet,  common,  rifle*  pattern  1868 
scabbard,  steel,  bajonet,  sword,  carbine,  Artillery, 

pattern  1861  ..         ••         

pMjonet,  swo'rd,  all  arms  ■  •         •  •         •  • 
sights,  back,  elcTating,  carbine,  Artillery, 


} 
} 


■pnng 


i)atteml861      ..         • 

sights,  back,  elerating,  rifle,  pattern  1853, 


1^    and  short,  pattern  1860 
swirel,  guard,  trigger,  rifle,  pattern  1853  • 

tang,  breech,  all  arms  .  •         

thumbpiece,  all  arms  (Mark  III.)  •  •         •  •         • 

^trigger,  aU  arms        «         « 

-.^  I -.  V  J  "^  "™"  except  rifle,  short,  pattern  1800      • 

■'••^'^*  1  rifle,  short,  pattern  1860        , 

Sights,  front  (steel  for)  •  •         . ;         •  •         •  •      lb. 


's,tt^{rriSH:::;."" :: 


•  • 


•• 


bayonet,  sword,  all  arms 
bolt,  block,  breech,  all  arms  (Mark  HI.) 
^^^     r  all  arms,  except  rifle,  pattern  1860 
I  rifle, 


•  • 


sliort,  pattern  1860 
_  •      /  Uock,  breech,  all  arins 

^^  r  tkH  arms,  except  rifle,  short,  pattern  I860 

\rifle,  short,  pattern  1860 , 

....  •■^    f  carbine.  Artillery,  pattern  1861  . . 

"5"' ?*;;•-{  rifle,    pattern    1863,    and    shoH 

^eleraUng    j     ^fle,  pattern  1860         ..         . 

Stops,  rammer,  all  converted  arms  •  •         •  •         • , 

p)and,  upper,  all  arms 

butt,  carbine.  Artillery,  pattern  1861,  and  rifle, 

short,  pattern  1860 

guard,  tngcer,  rifle,  pattern  1853  •  •        », 

l.tumb]er«  aU  arms  ..         ••         

XhuMibpteMa,  all  arms  (Mark  m.)    ••         


•  ■ 


•  • 


•  • 


SwircLs 


} 

} 


12 

6 

6 

8 

8 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

0 

10 

80 

18 

5 

5 

18 


6 
U 

18 

80 
18 
20 
6 
12 
12 

i 
12 
12 
IS 

6 
12 
80 
80 
80 
30 
80 
24 
24 

0 

6 

3 
6 


{ 


Same  as 
serewB,plate, 
baity  smalL 


12 
6 


11 


[ Jmittary  ia8!9« 


Equipment  Regulations  (Auxiliary  Forces}— continued. 


Namev  of  Articles. 


Number 

allowed 

per  1,000. 


Bemarks. 


Clause  14 

eontinued. 


{icabberd,  bayonet,  leather,  common,  rifle,  pattern 
1863 
scabbard,  bayonet^  leatheSr,  sword,  rifle,  short,  pattern 
1860 

Triggers,  all  arms         • 

Tabes,  gaide,  all  arms  . .         

-,     , ,       r  all  arms  except  rifle,  sbort,  pattern  1860          .  • 
Tiimblers|^^  jj^^jrt  p^4^1860 


N.B.— The  aboYe  proportions  are  per  1,000  of  »aeh  description  of  arm  where 
the  patterns  of  the  components  are  different 

^le-half  the  above  proportions  should  be  issued  for  every  600  arms  or  under. 


BE6X7LATI0NS  FOR  THE  ARM7  MEDICAL 

DEPARTMENT. 

Disposal  of  the  Arms  and  Acooutrements  of  the  Sick  and 

Wounded. 


lUgulations 
R^ulatioaij 


8Y8«  The  arms,  ammunitioB^  and  accoutrements  of  a 
wounded  man  will  be  carried  with  him  to  the  Dressing 
Stations  and  Fidd  Hospitals^  and  handed  over  to  the.  Ac- 
countant of  the  Hospital  into  which  he  is  received,  or  to  the 
Senior  Officer  of  Orderlies^  who  will  pass  them  on  in  accord- 
ance with  Section  6,  Part  I.,  of  the  Regulations  for  the  Supply 
of  Stores  to  an  Army  in  the  Fields  issued  with  Clause  270, 
Army  Circulars,  1881. 

8980.  ArmS|  ammunitioni  and  accoutrements  thus  re- 
ceived by  the  Medical  Department  will  nut  be  taken  on 
charge  in  the  Field  Hospital  or  Bearer  Company  ledgerR, 
but  will  be  entered  with  the  inventory  of  the  man's  effects 
in  the  Pack  Store  book. 

8V86.  Such  inventories,  as  well  as  the  articles  enumerated, 
will  be  passed  on  with  the  man  from  hospital  to  hospital, 
and  likewise  when  he  is  discharged  to  his  Corps,  or  to  any 
place  to  which  be  may  proceed,  for  final  disposaj. 


January  1889.]  IS 


General  Regulations. 


GENERAL  REGULATIONS. 


Army  Advertisements. 

Olaose  16m       ^*  ^^^  following  have  been  added  to  the  List  of  Xewtpapert  in 
'  which  Army  Advertitements  are  aathorised  to  appear  t-«- 

"  Th»  Arofaitoct." 

"  GrwDOok  Telegmph." 

2.  The  "  Orocuock  Advertiser  *'  has  been  removed  from  the 
List. 

8.  The  List  of  Newspapers  promulgated  by  Clause  186,  Army 
Circulars^  1880,  will  be  amendea  acoordingly. 

Kilitary  Books. 

Clause  17.       With  reference  to  Clause  178,  Army  Circulars,  1879,  and  to 
*  Clause  285,  Army  Circnlan,  1881 ,  it  is  notified  that  the  under- 
mentioned bo3ks  have  recently  been  published,  and  will  be  added 
to  the  List  of  Works  in  the  Appendix  to  the  last-named  clause, 
which  will  bo  amended  accordingly : — 

Pay  and  Promotion  Warrant,  1881.    Pocket  Edition  .  •         •  •     12 
Examination  Pftpen,  Admiteion  to  Staff  College,  June  1881  ••     0    9 


ABMT  FORMS  AND  BOOKS. 

Clause  1&       1*  '^^  following  new  Anny  Forms  and  Books  have  been 
approved  :— 

''  Continued  Sheet  of  Army  Forms  B  265  and  B  267, 
Statement  of  Service/'  suitable  for  prolongation  of  the 
third  page  of  the  Forms  of  Attestation. 


Army  Form  B  298,  "^  Form  Transmitting  ^ 

ficates."  Applicable  to  Oeneral  Officers  Command- 
ing at  home  and  abroail.  A  distribution  will  be  made 
when  printed. 

Army  Book  128,  "  Account  of  War  Department  Stores  in 
Charge  of  Dockyard  and  Victualling  Yard  Seagoimr 
Craft." 

2.  The  following  Army  Forms  have  been  oanoelled : — 

Army  Form  A  4, ''  Authority  for  Holding  a  District  Coart- 
Miutial/'    Army  Form  A  47  will  be  U9ed  in  ifs  «tei4. 


18  [Jonunry  1M9< 


Anny  Forms  and  Books— continued. 


Army  Form  A  6,  "  Warrant  Appointing' 
Deputy  Judge-Advocate,  General  Court- 
Martial  (Foreign)/' 


Army  Form  Clause  18 
A   48  will    ~^'"'''**- 
be  used  in 

Army   Form   A   7,  "  Warrant  Appointing      their  stead. 
President,  General  Court-Martial.''        J 


t  » 


Army  Form  A  8,  "Order  for  Be-assembly  of  a  Court- 
Martial.'' 

Army  Form  D  410  (late  W.  0.  Form  539),  "  Return  of 
Men  Discharged  to  Pension." 

Army  Form  M  1406  (late  W.  O.  Form  1648),  '<  Statement 
of  Liabilities,  Manufacturing  Departments." 

m 

8.  Army  Form  P  1918,  "Voucher  for  Making-up  Cavalry, 
Infantry,  and  Army  Hospital  Corps  Clothing"  (late  W.  O.  Form 
969),  will  apply  to  the  Militia  generally. 


WAR  OFFICE. 


List  of  Cancelledi  Obsolete,  and  Amended  Regulations. 

Farther  additions  to  and  alterations  in  the  List  of  Cancelled,  Clause  19i 
Obsolete,  and    Amended    Regulations,  which  was    issued  with 
Clause  13,  Army  Circulars,  1878,  will  he  found  in  the  Index  to  the 
Army  Circulars^  dated  Ist  January  1882  (page  lii.) 

Appointment  of  Assistant  Director  of  Works. 

The  Secretary  of  State  has  appointed  Major  Herbert  Locock^  Glauso  20s 
lloyal  Engineero^  to  be  A  ssistant  Director  of  Works. 


/ciu^i/LyfJi^ 


>4'K*'<-^t'^^'*'t-^ 


LONDON: 

VmimrtD  fob  Ilim  Utamm't  Statiom&i  Orticv, 

BT  lIARBIflOH  AND  SONS, 

Piiirrui  in  OtoiiiAmt  to  Hia  Maiwti . 

[Wt.225    SOO-12  1  81-9088] 


[Issued  with  Army  OircularSf  dated  1st  January  1882.] 


CEMGES  IN  THE  REGIMENTAL  ESTABLISHMENTS,-^ 

OF  THE  ARMY,  1881-2. 


Qiu  Wo. 
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War  Office, 

•  1st  February  1882, 

The  following  Regulations  and  Instructions  nre 
promulgated  to  the  Army  by  direction  of  the  Secretary 
of  State  for  War. 


CONTENTS. 


FZNANCB. 

I.-BBOXJIJLS  70BCBS. 

FAc; 
Cl«iua  21.  AUowanoe  Beffalatlons,  1881.~Conveyanoa  of  Horses 

by  BaUway  —      —      —      -.      —      —      —      —      —       3 

y,  22.  Finanoial  Instraotions,  1879.  —  Becraitinsr  Bewaxds 
for  KUltiaxnen  enlisted  for  the  Beffnlar  Army  or 
Boyal  Marines    —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —       3 

,,       23.  Army  Oorps  Establishments.—Beffimental  Books  and 

Stationery   —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —       3 

II.-AX7XILIABT  70B0BS. 

MILITIA. 

„       24.  Pay  and  Allowances  of  ICen.— I<evy  Money        —      —       4 

„      25.  Pay  and  Allowances  of  Men.— Bations  or  Allowances 

in  lien  —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —       4 

„      26.  Pay.-Inflantry  Militia  ——      —      —      —      —      —       6 


SSaVZiATZOirS   for  THB   COaKatZSSARZAT 


Clause  27.  Bxpense  Stores.—Washinff  of  Bedding  and  Olothinff—       6 

,,      28.  Bevised  Schedules  of  Barrack  Fnmiture.—Warrant 

OAcers—      —      ...      —      —      —      —      —      —      _       7 


SQUZPMBHT  BSaVZiATZOVS. 

Clause  29.  Instructions    for   Armourers    in   the   Care,    Bepair, 

Browninir,    Ac,     of     SmaU-Arms     and     Bayonet 
Scabbards.— Mixture  for  Browning  Arms        —      — 

I,OXIK)N: 
Frimted  mmitr  tkt  trnptriutendtmet  af  Her  IfttjeMt^B  SfcllMfry  Ojf.ttt 

W. CLOWES  S 80N8  (Limited).  18.  Charinr  rm»« ;  HARRT60K  ft  SONS,  M,  I%U  Xallt 
W.  B.  ALLEN  *  Co.  »,  Wnterloo  Place :  \V.  MlTrii  KI.L.  8P.  that  inr  Cmii* : 
LOMtiMAXS  S  Co.rPktcnicMl«r  Bow ;  TRU US  KK  \  «  .>.,  57  ft  AV.  LutTirat^  Hilt : 
8CA]ffOBD.CIitnBcCroM:  CKEGAN  PAuL.TKLXCH  AtCo.,l.FaUiuwter8<|aArt| 

jti»-  *y 

ORITFIHSCOvTbcHmrd,  PokTfSA:  A.  X  c.  itl.ACK.  Kiiijuttnttii; 

.  XBOM  m  €•«  Abbey  Street.  nA  h.  I'uSSoS  UY.  Uraftun  Street.  Dviua. 

Price  Om  Piunt/. 


February  1889.]  2 


CoXit&DtA—'Continued, 


CliOTBIMa   AMD   HSCaSBA&XSS. 

AXnEII.IA&T  F0B0B8. 

MIUTIA.  VAai 

OlauM  80.  Clothinff— Militiamen      —      —      —      —      —      -.—       7 


asauziATZOKS  ro&  tbs  a&kt  xbbicaxi 


Claaae  81.  Adaiissioii  of  Soldiers    into  Hospital  on  aooonnt  of 

Injuries  received  otherwise  than  in  Action   —      —       8 


OBlTBItAXi  BBaVXiATIOBS. 


I«-BXOirLAB   VOBOBS. 

ClauM  82.  Iiist  of  '' Anthorlaad  Prisons"   (Colonial),  nndar  the 

Army  Act,  1881  —-.      —      -.—'—      —      -.       8 

„      88.  MlUtary  Books        --------       9 

XI.-AT7ZIZiZABT  AND  BBSBBVB  F0B0B8. 

MIUTIA. 

84,  Preliminary  Drill  and  Training. ^Preliminary  Drill  of 

Beomits       —•-.      —      —      —      —      -.—       9 

MIUTIA    RESERVE. 
„      85.  Bnlistment       —      —      —      —      —      —      —      •••       9 


^  „       86.  ABXT  F0BX8  AHD  BOOKS        -      ....      ^     10 


Appendix  to  Clause  83      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —     —     18 


[FebffUMry  %SS9, 


Finance  (Begular  Forces)* 


FINANCE. 
I.— BsouziAa  ro&cas. 


Allowance  Begulations,  1881— Conveyance  of  Horses  by 

Bail  way. 

The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  542  of  the  Clause  21. 
Allowance     Regulations,    1881     (Armv    Regulations,     Vol.    I., 
Part  III.)  :— 

542(a.)  All  horses  proceeding  by  railway,  except  Officers' 
chargers,  will  be  sent  in  cattle  trucks,  unless  special  authority 
for  sending  them  otherwise  be  obtained  from  the  War  Office, 
or  unle8%  special  reasons  should  make  it  necessary  to  send  one 
or  two  horses  only  by  train,  and  the  -cost  of  conveyance  by 
horse-box  should  be  less  than  that  by  cattle-truck. 

542(&.)  The  following  are  the  rates  at  which  horses  will 
be  conveyed  by  railway  in  Great  Britain : — 

In  horse-boxes — 3d.  a  mile,  with  a  minimum  charge  of  6s.  a  horse. 

In  cattle-irackB — 2d.  a  mile  (each  truck  to  be  considered  as  con- 
taining not  less  than  four  horses),  with  a  minimum  charge  for 
each  truck  of  six  shillings. 

Financial  Instmctions,  1879.  —  Becmiting  Rewards  for 
Militiamen  enlisted  for  the  Begular  Army  or  Boyal 
Marines. 

The   following  will  be  added    after    paragraph  384  of  the  Cla  se  22. 
Financial    Instructions    of   the    1st    April    1879^    issued    with 
Clause  62,  Army  Circulars,  1879 : — 

SS4a,  The  recruiting  rewards  (exclusive  of  bringing 
money)  for  Militiamen  enlisted  into  the  Begular  Army  or 
Royal  Marines  during  preliminary  drill  (including  recruit  drill 
on  enlistment),  or  during  training,  will  be  divided  amongst  the 
Serjeants  of  the  Permanent  Staff  of  the  Militia  Battalions 
froni  which  the  men  volunteer^  as  the  Commanding  Officer 
may  direct.  The  bringing  money  will  be  paid  to  the  bond  fide 
bringer,  whether  he  belongs  to  the  Regular  Forces  or  to  the 
Militia. 


Army  Corps  Establishments.— Books  and  Stationery. 

The  List  of  Books  and  Stationery  printed  in  the  Appendix, 
pa<?e9    13  to  15,  will   be  substituted  for  the  List  of  Stationeiy  Clause  23. 
and   Books  for  Head-Quarter  Staff  Offices   on   page   57   of  the 
Tablcu  of  Army-Corps  Establislinicnts  issued  with   Clause   186, 
Armv  Circulars,  1877. 

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FebriiAry  18S8.]  4 


Fiiiance  (Auxiliary  Forces)— continued. 


ZZ.— AVZXXiXAST  FOSOBS. 


MIliXTIA. 


Pay  and  Allowances  of  Men.--Leyy  Money. 

Clause  24.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  615  of  the 
Regulations  for  the  Militia,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIIL)» 
as  amended  by  Clause  247,  Army  Circulars,  1881 : — 

015.  The  rewards  payable  as  levy  money  for  each  recruit 
who  hctually  joins   for  Recruit  Drill  on  enlistment,  under 
paragraphs  228a,  228i,  or  2:lSd,  and  is  finally  approved,  will 
be  as  follows  : — 
(a.)  To  the  bringer  a  sura  of  5*. 

(A.)  To  the  authorized  recruiter  by  whom  the  recruit  is 
enlisted,  a  fee  of  2s.  6d.,  provided  tha^  he  completes 
the  enlistment,  and  does  not  claim  the  bringing- 
money. 

(c.)  The  bringing-money  for  a  recruit,  raised  away  from 
head-quarters,  will  be  paid  to  the  bond  fide  bringer 
who  induced  the  recruit  to  enlist. 

The  same  rewards  will  be  payable  for  each  recruit  who  actually 
joins  for  drill  under  paragraph  228c,  or  for  Preliminary  Drill  or 


Trainin 


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Fay  and  Allowances  of  Men. 

Bations  or  AUowanoas  in  lieu. 

Clause  25t  1-  T^^e  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraphs  664  and 
668  of  the  Regulations  for  the  Militia,  1880  (Army  Regulations, 
Vol.  VIII.)  :— 

064.  Every  non-commissioned  officer  or  Militiamiin 
drawing  pay  under  the  schedules  in  paragraphs  630  and  637 
will  receive,  whilst  out  for  preliminary  drill  and  training,  the 
regulated  daily  ration  of  bread  and  meat,  free  from  all 
stoppage  (except  as  provided  for  by  paragraphs  671  and 
658-656),  or  an  allowance  of  Gd.  a  day  in  lieu,  except  icr 
the  days  during  which  he  is  in  receipt  of  a  hot  meal,  an 
allowance  in  lieu  thereof,  or  marching  money. 

064a.  Recruits  undergoing  instruction  under  the  provi- 
sions of  paragraphs  228a,  228A,  228c,  and  22M,  added  to  the 
Militia  Regulations  by  Clause  144,  Army  Circulars,  1881, 
and  General  Order  No.  149  of  1881,  will  receive  the  ration 
or  allowance  in  lieu,  as  given  in  paragraph  664. 

OS8.  Rations,  or  the  allowance  in  lieu,  will  not  be  issuctl 
to  members  of  the  Permanent  Staff  who  arc  not  aervinr  on 
their  Army  engagement,  cither  during  thf*  non«training  {leriod, 
or  when  employed  in  drilling  tlie  ncruits  referred  to  in 
paragraph  664  a. 


[February  1989. 


Finance  (Auxiliary  Forces)— continued. 


Travelling. 

2.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  712  of  the  Clause  25 
above-mentioned  Regulations,  as  amended  by  Clause  10,  Army    «>»'*»««^* 
Circulars,  1881  :— 

T19.  The  provisions  contained  in  paragraphs  711  to  711& 
will  be  applicable  to  recruits  (provided  that  they  are  accepted 
and  enlisted)  who  join  their  Regiment  at  the  commencement 
of  or  during  the  training  period,  or  who  join  the  Head-Quarters 
of  the  Regimental  District  for  drill,  under  paragraphs  228a, 
2286,  228o,  and  22Sd. 

Pay— Infantry  Militia- 

1.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  793  of  the  Regu-  Clause  26. 
lations  for  the  Militia,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.)  : — 

9B3a.  The  pay^  levy  money,  and  allowances  of  Recruits^ 
attached  to  a  Regimental  Depdt  during  drill  on  enlistment, 
will  be  issued  by  the  Officers  commanding  the  companies  to 
which  the  men  are  attached. 

703b.  Officers  commanding  companies  will  include  the 
amounts  required  for  the  pay,  levy  money^  and  allowances  of 
Militia  recruits  in  their  estimates  of  the  amounts  required  for 
the  payment  of  the  men  of  their  own  companies.  The  amounts 
so  required  will  be  issued  direct  to  Officers  commanding 
companies  by  the  Paymaster  of  the  Regimental  District. 

YOSc.  The  following  separate  accounts  will  be  kept  for 
Recruits  attached  to  a  Regimental  Depot  during  drill  on 
enlistment  :— 

Pay  and  Messing  Sheet  (Army  Form  N  1500). 
Militia  Recruit  Drill  Pay  List  (Army  Form  N  1532). 
Company  Ledger  (Army  Book  142). 

tBSd.  The  Recruit  Drill  Pay  List,  referred  to  in  the  pre- 
ceding paragraph,  will  be  rendered  monthly  to  the  Paymaster 
of  the  Regimental  District  at  the  same  time  as  the  (Line) 
Company  Pay  List,  the  totals  of  the  abstract  of  the  Recruit 
Drill  Pay  List  bein^  carried  to  the  abstract  of  the  Company 
Pay  List.  One  Pay  List  (Army  Form  N  1496),  and  one 
Abstract  of  Charges  and  Credits  (Army  Form  N  1495),  will 
be  compiled  by  the  Paymaster  of  the  Regimental  District  for 
encli  half  year  ending  the  30th  of  September  or  the  Slst  of 
March.  The  totals  of  the  half-yearly  Abstract  will  be  carried 
into  the  Pay  List  of  the  Kegimental  District. 

2.  Until  the  Recruit  Drill  Pay  List  (Arn-y  Form  N  1532)  is 
issued,  the  Company  Training  Pay  List  (Army  Form  N  1492)  will 
lie  nael  instead^  and  the  heading  of  the  column  entitled  *'  Reserve 
bounty/*  altered  in  manuscript  to  "  Levy  money." 


February  1^89.]  6 


Finance  (AuxiKary  Torcesy-continued. 


Clause  26        3.  No  requisition  for  the  Recruit  Drill  Pay  List  should  be 
eontmmed.     forwarded.    A  suj^ly  of  the  form  will  be  sent  as  soon  as  it  is 
printed. 

4.  Paragraph  815a,  added  to  the  above-mentioued  Kegulaticns 
by  Clause  218,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  is  hereby  cancelled. 


BEOULATIONS  FOB  THE  COMMISSABIAT  AMD 

TRANSPORT  STAFF. 

Expense  Stores— ^Washing  of  Bedding  and  Clothing. 

GUuiSe  27«  The  following  wili  be  substituted  for  paragt*aphs  601  and  00G» 
Rcgiilations  for  the  Commissainat  and  Transport  Staff,  1881 
(Array  liegulations,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  I.) : — 

•#1.  Abstracts  of  Requisitions  for  the  exchange  of  soiled 
articles  of  Barrack  and  Hospital  Bedding,  on  Army  Form 
F  703,  and  of  Clothing,  on  Army  Form  F  7&,  will  be  made  out 
quarterly  in  duplicate,  and  will  be  supported  by  the  proper 
Army  Forms,  F  702  and  F  704  for  bedding,  and  F  762  for 
clothing.  A  total  of  the  number  of  each  article  of  bedding 
or  clothing,  shown  in  the  Abstract  will  then  be  made,  below 
which  will  be  entered  the  actual  numbers  returned  properly 
washed  by  the  contractor,  as  shown  in  the  washing  acooutit 
books. 

GOB*  When  bedding  or  clothing,  returned  by  the  troops, 
*  requires  to  be  repaired  through  fair  wear  and  tear,  separate 
Abstracts  for  bedding  and  for  clothing  will  be  prepared  iu 
duplicate,  on  Army  Form  G  961,  showing  the  several  articles 
and  the  corps  by  which  used.  At  stations  where  there  are 
more  than  one  regiment  or  detachment,  a  separate  report 
need  not  be  sent  in  by  each  regiment  or  detachment,  columns 
having  been  introduced  into  the  printed  forms  in  which  the 
articles  used  by  each  may  be  entered.  Subject  to  paragrapli 
606a  the  Abstract  will  be  signed  by  the  Commanding  OflScer 
of  each  corps  or  detachment,  as  well  as  by  the  Commissariat 
Ofiiccr  in  charge  of  barracks,  and  will  be  countersigned  by 
the  Senior  Commissariat  Officer. 

fHMa.  Repairs,  the  necessity  for  which  has  been  dis- 
covered after  the  articles  have  been  washed,  and  which 
could  not  have  been  foreseen  at  the  time  of  exchange  by  the 
troops,  will  be  certified  to  by  the  Commissariat  Officer  in 
charge  of  barracKs.  He  will,  however,  be  held  strictly  re- 
s|K)u&iblc  that  only  such  articles  as  have  been  actually  repained 
under  the  circumstances  above  slated  are  induded  in  his 
certificate,  and  that  the  work  has  been  properly  performed. 


XWeUvtvikrj  ISSS. 


Begnlations  for  the  Commissariat  and  Transport  Staff— con^- 
Eevised  Schedules  of  BarrackTumiture.— Warrant  Officers. 

The  following  addition  \7ill  be  made  to  Schedule  15«,  added  Clause  28. 
by.  Clause  280,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  to  the  Schedules  of  Barrack 
Furniture,  Bedding,  and  Utensils,  i promulgated  by  Clause  174, 
Army  Circulars,  1880: — 


Articles. 


TMe,  ftoldiers*,  complete,  4-ft.  ic 


•  • 


No. 


EQUIPMENT  BEGULATIONS. 

Instructions  for  Armourers  in  the  Care,  Bepair,  Browning,  &c., 
of  Small-Arms  and!  Bayonet  Scabbards. — Mixture  for 
Browning  Arms. 

1.  The  quantities  of  ingredients  for  browning  mixture  specified  Clause  29. 
on  page  12  of  the  Instructions  for  Armourers,  issued  with  Clause 

253,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  are  sufficient  for  browning  100  arms. 

2.  Demands  will  be  framed  and  supplies  made  accordingly,  and 
the  necessary  amendment  will  be  made  in  the  Instructions  above 
mentioned. 


CLOTHING  AND  NECESSARIES. 


AuziXiiAmT  Tonom 


MILITIA. 

Clothing— Militiamen. 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraphs  896,  923,  and  Clause  30i 
925,  of  the  Militia  Regulations,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol. 
VIII.):- 

H9S.  A  list  of  the  articles  retained  b\^  a  Militiaman  who 
volunteers  to  the  Regular  Forces  will  be  furnished,  on  Army 
Form  H  1157,  to  the  Officer  Commanding  the  battalion  or 
corps  which  the  man  joins,  and  the  articles  will  be  taken  on 
charge  by  such  Officer. 

dIHIa.  The  list  will  show  the  condition  of  the  garments, 
and  the  number  of  trainings  during  which  they  have  been  in 
wear.  A  separate  list  will  be  sent  for  each  man,  and  a 
duplicate  of  it  will  be  annexed  to  the  account  in  which 
the  articles  are  struck  off  charge. 


February  19d9«l 


8 


Clothing  and  Necessaries  (Auxiliary  Forcesh-continued. 


Clause  30 

eoniiwmed. 


983.  The  boots  or  shoes,  shirts,  socks,  SDap,  and  blacking 
of  Militiamen  discharged,  except  as  bad  characters,  during  a 
training,  may  be  retained  by  the  men,  as  also  by  recruits 
discharged  by  purchase  during  recruit  drill,,  if  such  articles 
shall  have  been  Morn  or  used  bv  them. 

026«  The  boots  or  shoes,  shirts,  socks,  soap,  and  blacking 
of  a  Militiaman  permitted  to  volunteer  to  the  Regular  Forces 
whilst  his  regiment  is  assembled  for  preliminary  drill  or 
training,  or  during  the  period  he  may  be  attached  for  in- 
struction or  drill  to  a  regimental  depot,  may  be  retained  by 
him. 


BEGULATIONS  FOB  THE  ABUT   MEDICAL 

DEPARTMENT. 


Admission  of  Soldiers  into  Hospital  on  account  of  Injuries 

received  otherwise  than  in  action. 

Clause  31.        ^'*^  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  217  of  the  Regu- 
*  lations  for  the  Army  Medical  Department  (Army  Regulations^ 
Vol.  VI.)  :— 


r.  When  a  soldier  is  admitted  to  hospital,  whether  on 
or  off  duty,  in  consequence  of  having  become  maimed,  muti- 
lated, or  injured,  except  by  wounds  received  in  action,  the 
attention  of  the  Ofiiccr  Commanding  the  man's  corps  will  be 
drawn  to  the  case  by  the  Medical  Officer  in  charge  of  the 
hospital,  with  a  view,  if  necessary,  to  the  holding  ot  a  Court 
of  Inquiry,  as  provided  by  Section  VI.,  paragraph  113,  of  the 
"  Queen^s  Regulations  and  Orders  for  the  Array,  1881.** 


GENERAL  REGULATIONS. 


X.— mcouziAa  romcBS. 

List  of  "Authorized  Prisons  "  (Colonial),  under  the  Army 

Act,  1881. 

ClaQ86  32.       '^'^^   following  having  been    appointed    as  an   "  Authorized 
'  Prinon"  lor  the  purposes  of  the  Army  Act,  1881,  will  be  added 
to  the   List  of   Prisons,   promulgated    by    Clause    276|  Army 
Circulars,  1880  :— 

Otpt  Colony* -Tbe  Breakwater  Conrict  Eitabliabment, 


• 


9  •  [February  18S9« 


General  Regulations  (Regular  Forces)— co»<inw«i 


Military  Books. 

With  reference  to  Clause  178,  Army  Circulars,  1879,  to  Clause  Clause  33. 
182,  Army  Circulars,  1880^  and  to  Clause  285,  Army  Circulars, 
1881,  the  undermentioned  books  have  been  published,  and  will  be 
added  to  the  list  of  works  promulgated  by  the  Appendix  to  the 
last-named  Clause,  which  will  be  amended  accordingly : — 

#.    d. 
Examination  Papers,  Militia  Subalteme,  in  Military  Subjects,  for  Oommis- 

'  sions  in  the  Line.    September  1881         • .         . .     0    7 

„  „        Bojal  Military  Academy,  November  and  December, 

1881 0    9 

Artillery    Snider  Carbine,   Manual  of  Firing  Exercises  for.     Berised, 

NoTemberl881  0    2 

The  Franco-German  War,  1870-1.  Sixteenth  Section.  Proceedines  of 
the  2nd  Army,  from  the  commencement  of  the  year  1871  till  the 
Armistice         ..         ..  ..  ..  ..         ••     2    8  ' 

Field  Message  and  Memorandum  Book  (with  Carbonic  Paper).     Army 

Bookl53         2    0 


xz^Ainax.zAaT  ahd  ssssavs  roRoss. 


Mn.ITIA. 


Preliminary  Drill  and  Training— Preliminary  Drill  for 

Becroits. 

The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  22%d^  added  to  Clause  34« 
the  Regulations  lor  the  Militia  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIII,),  by 
General  Order  147  of  1881  :— 

S^98e.  The  recruits  will,  as  far  as  possible^  be  divided 
equally  between  the  Depdt  Companies. 


MILITIA  RESERVK. 


Enlistment. 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  430  of  pia„na  oc 
the  Regulations  for  the  Militia,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  ^*^® ''^' 
Vol.  VIII.):— 

430.  The  quota  of  men  to  be  enrolled  in  the  Militia 
Reserve  will  be  one-third  of  the  establishment  of  gunners 
in  each  Regiment  of  Artillery,  and  one-fourth  of  the  establish- 
ment of  sappers  or  privates  in  each  Regiment  of  EngiuRers, 
or  each  Battalion  of  Infantry, 


Febraary  IdSSI.]  10 


Army  Forms  and  Books. 


AKKT  FORMS  AND  BOOKS. 


Clause  36.       1.  Tbe  fdknring  new  Army  Forms  have  been  appnwcd : — 

Army  Form  B   56,   "  Parade  State,   Company,  1   ^     ^ 


Commissariat  and  Transport  Corps^  Mounted 
Sections.*' 

Army  Form  B  57,  "  Parade  State,  Company, 
Commi'j&ariat  and  Transport  Corps,  Dis- 
mounted Sections/' 


s  S  - 


(A 


•5  S3  Sf 

^"5  "5 


Army  Form  B  299,  "  Descriptive  Return  of  a  Non-Com. 
missioned  Officer  recommended  ior  Warrant  Rank." 

Army  Form  E  599,  ''  Militia  Attestation  Duplicate  for 
Recruit." 

Army  Form  £  600,  '^Return  of  Serjeant-Instnictors  of 
volunteers"  to  accompany  Inspection  Reports.  A 
distribution  uill  be  made  to  General  Officers  Com* 
manding  when  printed/' 

il.  The  following  Army  Forms  have  been  cancelled : — 

Army  Form  E  558  (late  W.  0.  Form  1614),  "  Volunteers, 
Commanding  Officer's  Report  to  Inspecting  Officer 

(Annual)." 

Army  Form  O  1600  (late  W.  O.  Form  140),  ''Arms  in 
Possession ;  Statement  ot  Deductions  from  Contiiigent 
Allowance  for  Repairs." 

8.  The  following  Army  Forms  have  been  cancelled  as  Army 
Forms,  and  will  in  future  be  numbered  as  Army  Books  287,  28H, 
289,  and  290  respectively.  A  distribution  of  the  new  Books  will 
lie  made  when  ready  for  issue : — 

Army  Form  11  1127  ^atc  W,  O.  Form  593),  "  Dismounted 
Services  (except  Royal  Artillery  and  Royal  Engineers), 
Clothing,  Regimental  and  Sea  Kit,  Necessaries 
Account "  (large  edition). 

Army  Form  H  1128  (late  W.  0.  Form  694),  <<  Dismounted 
Services  (except  Royal  Artillery  and  Royal  Engineers), 
Clothing,  Regimental,  and  Sea  Kit,  Necessaries 
Account''  (small  edition,  for  less  than  250  men). 


II  [February  1^S2, 


Army  Forms  and  Books—cordinued. 


Army  Form  H  1145  (late  W.  O.  Form  602),  "  Mounted  Clause   36 
Services  (Roval  Artillery  and  Royal  Engineers),  Regi-     continued. 
mental  Clothing  and  Sea  Kit,  Necessaries  Account" 
(large  edition). 

Army  Form  H  114«  (lale  W.  0.  Form  603),  "Mounted 
Services  (Royal  Artillery  and  Royal  Engineers),  Regi- 
mental Clothing  and  Sea  Kit,  Necessaries  Account  '^ 
(small  edition  for  less  than  250  men). 


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13 


[February  18^9. 


Appendix  to  Clause  23- 


Books  and  Stationery,  &c.,  sufficient  for  thi^ee  months,  for  the  use  of 
a  Brigade  Office,  Adjutant-Greneral  and  Quarter-Master-Generars 
Office  of  a  Division,  and  of  an  Army-Corps. 


ArticlM. 

1 

S 

Army 
Corps. 

Remarks. 

•^Field   Exercise,    Infantry.      Pockct* 

edition 

la 

1 

1 

Regulations  for  Instruction  and  More- 

Brigades. 

ments  of  Cayalry.    Pocket  edition. 

lb 

b.  For  Csraliy 
BiigadM. 

Manual  of  Field  Artillery  Exercises. . 

•  • 

Army  Regulations : — 

Vol.     I.— Royal  Warrant— Pay 

and  Promotion  and 

Allowances 

1 

„     II. — Queen's  Regulations. 

Pocket  edition 
„  III. — Equipment Begulationfi 

1 
1 

Part  I.  Regulations  for 

Commissariat     and 

rv  * 

Transport  Staff    . . 

1 

M        '"•»•"' 

Part  II.   Regulations 
for  Ordnance  Store 

l^    Dejpartment 
„    XI. — Regulations  for  supply 
of     Clothing    and 
Necessaries           •• 

since  last  edition  of  books  to  which 

1 
1 

they  refer 

1 

Regulations  for  the  supply  of  Stores 
to  an  Army  in  the  Field     • . 

1 

Priced  Tocabulaiy  of  Stores  . . 

1 

Army  Act  (latest)  with  other  Statutes 

. 

relating  to    the   Army,  including 

Rules  of  Procedure,  Ac 

1 

Rules  for  Summary  Courts-Martial .  • 

60 

so 

■  • 

Manual  of  Elementary  Field  Engi- 

neering           

1 

Manual  of  Sunreying  (d)       •  • 
Regulations  for  Encampment. . 

1 

d.  When  published. 

1 

2 

Army  last  (Monthly) 

1 

2 

Bibl 

1 

1 

[Register  of  correspondence  receiyed, 

Army  Book,  Ko.  150 

1 

2 

8 

4 

Letter   Book    (manifold  writer  with 

t- 

carbonic  paper  and  styles)  • . 
Field    Message   and    Memorandum 

1 

2 

3 

g  ■ 

Book  (with  carbonie  paper).  Army 

•  ^rt 

-g 

Book,No.l&8          

4 

8 

12 

o 

00 

Memonndum  Books 

a 

6 

9 

^A^ 

Order  Book,  Army  Book,  No.  127    . . 

1 

2 

2 

^Lctts*  Diary  (12mo.) 

• 

1 

1 

1 

N.B. — ^Telegraph   Message   Books  will  be  provided  by  the  Royal  Engineers  or 

Telegraph  Department. 


Wehruwrv  1S8:9.] 


14 


Appendix  to  Clause  23—coniinued. 


Books  and  Stationery,  Ac-Continued, 


ArticlM. 


fField  SUtet 


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0«iieitl  States.. 


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Court-Martial  Form9, 

Order  for  aMemblj  of  G.C.M. 

Declamtion  of  military  exiraicies  • , 
Prooeedinge  of  G.C.M.  or  D.C.M.  . . 
Sheet  added  when  re-aaeembled  for 


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Ibmuof  CoflNMt/Meal. 

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in    India,    a   colonj,    or    foreign 

country         

To  prison,  civil  or  militarf    •• 
To  prieon,  tentenoe  paesed  out  of,  but 
to  be  undergone  in  United  Kingdom 
Order  for  discharge  of  prisoner 
Order  fpr  remoTid  of  prisoner  to  be 

brought  before  a  Court      •  • 
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to  another     •  •         • .         . .         . . 


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[February  ISSZ. 


Appendix  to  Clause  23— 'Continued. 


Books  and  Stationery,  &c. — continued. 


Articles. 


Bemarks. 


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will  be  supplied  in  addition  to  the  aboTe  articles. 


LONDON: 

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BY  HARBISON  AND  SONS, 

PftiirrcBt  IM  Oroimabt  ro   lira  HAivn. 

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ARMY    CIRCULARS. 

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War  Office, 

1st  March  1882. 

The  following  Boyal  Warranty  Regulations  and 
Instractions  are  promulgated  to  the  Army  hy  direction 
of  the  Secretary  of  State  for  War. 


CONTENTS. 

nirAiros. 

I.-BBOXXULB  F0BCB8. 


rAcB 
for  Pay,  Promotion,  ancTNon-BffeoltiTe  Pay  *      ~       3 


danso  87.  Boyal  Warrant— Amendinjr  Her  Xajesty's  Warrant 


ff      88.  Allowanoo  Boffolatlons,  1881.— dnarters  for  Servants 

of  OAoers  of  the  Boyal  Engineers   —^      —      —      —     87 

,,      89.  Inatmotlona  to  OAoera  Paying  Peneionere—      —      —     37 

II.-AX7XILXABY  70B0B8. 

MILITIA. 

„      40.  Bounties  —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —     87 

ff      41.  Pay  and  AUowanoes  of  Ken.^Levy  Honey—      —      —     88 

VOLUNTEERS. 

,,      42.  TraveUingAllowanoes  for  Attending  Gnn  Practice  or 

'  TTnited^riU-      ------      --38 


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48.  Capitation  AUowanoes  —      —      —      —      —      —      —     8^ 


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BQirZPaESVT  ASOUZiATZpirS. 

L-BBGULAB   7OB0BS. 

danss  44.  XisceUaneons  Stores  and  Instraotions        —      —      —     39 
46.  Xarking  Beglmental  Banipment  —      —      —      —      —    40 

ZI.-AX7ZIIiIABT  70BCB8. 
48.  BequJsitions  fbr  Bquipment  —      —      —      —      —      —     40 

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OIiOTHSMa   AMD   XaOB88A&XB8. 

Z.-BBaUI.AB  F0&0B8.  ' 

Olause  47.  Prions  of  Olothln^  and  KaeMsailM      i~      ..     *      —    40 

XI..AT7ZZLXABT  7OB0B8. 

MIUTIA. 

,»      48.  PrioM  of  Olothlnff  and  KoooMarles      .      —     —      — 


aBiramAZi  HBOvziATZoirs. 

X.-BBatrZJkB  FOBOB8. 

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OlauM  49.  Leval  Prooaedinga  —      —      —     —      —      —      —      —    41 

„      60.  XUitary  Booka-      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      -4» 

„      61.  Army  AdTartlaemants    —      —      —      —      —      —      —    48 

II.-AX7ZIXX^BT  AKD  BB8BBVB  VOBOB8. 
„      68.  Xedloal  Inapaotlon  of  lat  Olaaa  Army  Baaarra  —      —    48 


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68.  ABXT  B0B1C8        -----..      «»48 


WAm  omoB. 

Olausa  64.  Appolntmant  of  Acooimtant-Qanaral,  Ae.    —      —      —    48 
„      66.  Appolntmant  of  Inspector  of  Sabmarlne  DafuiOM     —    48 


Brrata  —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —    4$ 


Appaikdlx  to  Olanaa  40      —      —      —      «     —      —      —     «.    46 

„       44---------47 

,,  danaea  47  and  48       .      —      —      —      —      »—    48 


[nareh  1889. 


Finance— (Regular  Forces). 


FINANCE. 


x.~aEcivxiAa  roitoss. 

Boyal  Warrant— Amending  Her  Majesty's  Warrant  for  Fay, 

Promotion,  and  Non-Effective  Fay. 

VICTORIA  R.  Clanae  37. 

Whereas  We  deem  it  expedient  to  amend  in  certain  respects  Army  Regu* 
the  provisions  of  Our  Warrant  of  the  25th  June  1881,  governing  lations, 
the  Pay,  Promotion,  and  Non-eflFective  Pay  of  Officers  of  Our  ^^l*  !• 
Regular  Forces ; 

Our  Wilt,  and  Pleasure  is  that  this  Our  Warrant,  which 
shall  take  effect  from  the  1st  July  1881,  and  which  shall  be 
administered  and  interpreted  with  Our  said  Warrant  of  the  25th 
June  1881,  shall  be  the  standing  authority  on  the  matters  herein 
treated  of. 

1.  In  the  paragraph  of  the  Preamble  of  Our  said  Warrant  of 
the  25th  June  1881,  which  defines  ''Civil  Situation"  the  word 
''civiP'  at  the  end  of  the  first  line  shall  be  omitted,  and  the 
following  words  shall  be  added  at  the  end  of  the  paragraph : — 

"  or  under  the  Government  of  one  of  Our  Colonies/' 

and  the  following  shaiU  be  added  to  the  paragraph  contained  in 
the  Preamble  which  refers  to  pecuniary  advantages  on  retirement : — 

and  provided,  further,  that  any  Officer  who  entered  Our 
Service  before  the  Ist  July  1881,  shall  be  eligible  to  accept 
for  himself  or  to  have  conferred  upon  his  iamily,  in  lieu  of 
the  rates  granted  by  this  Our  Warrant,  such  Half  Pay,  Retired 
Pay,  Widow's  Pension,  or  Compassionate  Allowance,  as  might 
have  been  awarded  for  the  rank  he  held  on  the  3  Jth  June 
1881,  or  in  virtue  of  length  of  service  under  any  of  Our 
Warrants  in  force  on  that  date. 

2.  The  paragraph  contained  in  the  Preamble  of  Our  said 
Warrant,  commencing  with  the  words  "  The  rank  of  an  Officer," 
shall  be  cancelled. 

3.  Article  8  shall  stand  amended  as  follows : — 

8.  A  Quarter-Master   or  a  Riding-Master,  after  com- Art.  8. 
pleting  10  years'  commissioned  service  on  full-pay  as  such,  or 
an  Inspector  of  Army  Schools  on  promotion  to  that  rank^  may 
be  granted  tlie  honorary  and  relative  rank  of  Captain, 


b2 


MmreU  1889.] 


Finance  (Regular  YorcQsy-- continued. 
Clauses? 

eanUmi^         4,  The  following  shall  be  added  between  paragraphs  (/)  and 
(g)  of  Article  10  :— 

Art  10.  (//-)  By  brevet,  if  a  Captain  in  Our  Royal  Artillery,  after 

20  years*  service  on  fall-pay. 

and  the  words  ^^ after  20  years*  service"  shall  be  omitted  from 
paragraph  (/«). 

Art  10— L  5.  The  words  *'  a/Ur  the  age  of  20  yean,**  shall  be  inserted 

after  the  word  '^years'*  in  the  fourth  line  of  Article  10 — I. 

C.  The  following  shall  be  added  between  paragraphs  (/)  and 
(g)  of  Article  11 : — 

Art.  11.  {ff)  By  brevet  after^  in  the  case  of  a  Major  of  Our  Royal 

Artillery  or  Royal  Engineers  protnoted  to  su/h  rank  before  the 
Isf  October  1877,  the  completion  of  seven  years*  service  as  a 
Regimental  Mnjor. 

Art  12.  ^*  ^"  Article  12(e)— (1)  the  word  "regimental"  shall  be  sub- 

stituted for  the  word  '^  substantive  "  in  the  third  line. 

8.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  the  word  ''Establish-* 
meut/'  in  the  second  line  of  Article  13 : — 

Art.  13.  *'  Of  on  removal  from  his  Regiment  under  Article  78,  pro- 

vided in  the  latter  case  he  shall  have  been  promoted  to  the 
brevet  rank  of  Lieutenant- Colonel  for  distinguished  service/' 

Art  SO.  0.  The  word ''  Honorary  "  shall  be  omitted  in  the  first,  second, 

and  eleventh  lines  of  Article  26,  as  well  as  from  the  heading  to 
that  Article,  and  the  words  ''  or  Article  107/'  shall  be  inserted  in 
the  sixth  and  tenth  Hncs  of  Article  23,  after  the  words  ''Article 
106/' 

10.  In  Article  30— T.,  after  ''  18S1/'  in  the  fourteenth  line,  the 
following  shall  be  added : — 

4-4  80—1.  **  ^^^  trithout  reference  to  the  promotion  being  the  first  if  the 

Officer  had  been  the  Seni<yr  Captain  in  his  Regiinent  on  the 
30fA  Jmie  1881)," 

and  after  the  word  "  Regiments**  in  the  fifteenth  line,  the  following 
paragraph  shall  be  inserted : — 

In  the  case  of  a  Territorial  Regiment  tehich  has  been  formed 
by  the  association  of  Intttalions  of  Infantry  of  the  Line  other 
than  those  which  were  linked  under  the  arrangement  in  forte 
before  the  1st  July  1881,  this  rule  shall  apply ^  notwithstanding 
that  the  Officer  shall  have  joined  Our  A  rmy  on  or  after  the 
%th  April  1873. 


5  fXnrch  l^^Q. 


Finance  (Regular  Forcez)-continued. 

o  GlansG  37 


11.  The  foUowin*^  shall  be  added  after  Article  38 : —  cotUinued. 

n  (ft)  APPOINTMENT  OF  TaS    C3aKMA.NDIN0  OFFXCEE   OF    A 

BATTALION  OB  BSGIMBNT. 

8M(tt).  The   appoiutment  of  an   OHicer  to  command  a^rtss^. 
Battalion  or  Regiment  shall  be  notified  in  the  '' London 
Gaaette.*' 

12«  The  followin<r  shall  be  added  to  Article  40^  before  the  (?ord 
"or**  in  the  ninth  line: — 

{Except  in  tlu  case  of  Officers  fioldutg  the  appointment  for  a  ^^^  4q^ 
fUed  term  on  the  30/A  June  1881,  who  shall  be  permitted  to 
complete  such  term). 

13.  Ill  Article  41,  the  words  *'  or  on  a  Major  on  half-pay/'  at 
the  end  of  the  first  paragraph,  shall  be  omitted,  and  the  words 
''The  Officer  so  selected  shall  be  seconded  in  his  Regiment  or 
Corps  under  Article  43/'  shall  also  be  omitted,  and  the  following 
shall  be  introduced  in  its  place : — 

In  the  case  of  Engineer  Militia  or  of  Artillery  or  Engineer  Art.  41. 
Volunteer  Corps  the  appointment  may  be  conferred  on  a 
Lieutenant  of  not  less  than  six  years'  service. 

An  Officer  so  selected,  except  an  Officer  of  Our  Royal 
Engineers,  shall  be  seconded  in  his  Regiment  or  Corps  under 
Article  43. 

14.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Ai'ticle  42 : — 

49a.  A  Captain  who  shall  have  been  appointed  an  Art.  42a. 
Adjutant  of  the  Auxiliary  Forces  under  Articles  41  or  42, 
may  be  permitted  to  retain  his  appointment  after  promotion, 
under  Article  lOc/,  to  the  rank  of  Major  on  half-pay.  If, 
however,  the  Officer  be  not  re-appointed  to  a  Regiment  within 
three  years  from  the  date  of  his  promotion  to  the  rank  of 
Major,  he  shall  cease  to  hold  his  appointment  as  Adjutant. 

15.  The  words  ''  absent  from  his  regiment  '^  shall  be  substituted  Art  48. 
for  the  word  "  seconded  "  in  the  first  line  of  Article  48. 

16.  Article  G4  shall  be  cancelled*  j^  ^ 

17.  In  Article  72,  the  words  "under  Articles  7(c),  10(c),  or^j^  72. 
11(6),"  shall  be  added  after  the  word  "half-pay  "in  the  second 
line. 

18.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  72  :— 

V9a.  The  service  of  a  Major  on  half-pay  as  Adjutant  of  Art  72«. 
Our  Auxiliary  Forces  under  Articles  41  or  42,  shall  not  count 
as  Major's  service  either  towards  promotion  or  retired  pay,  or 
as  employment  in  the  rank  of  Major, 


Finance  (Regular  Torcesy—continued. 
Clauses? 

continue  J,  ^g   ^j^^    following    shall   be    added    to    ppragraph    {e)    of 

Article  78 : — 

Art 78.  "who  shall  be  dealt  with  under  Article  78—1.",  nnd  the 

following  shall  be  added  to  paragraph  (/  )  of  Article  78  *• — 

except  upan  the  application  of  the  Officer  concerned. 


20.*  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  78 : — 

Art  78— I.  Mk — !•  An   Officer  who  woe  a   Captain  and  Lieutenant- 

Colonel  in  Our  Foot  Guards  before  the  1st  November  1871, 
who  shall  have  been  appointed  a  Major  and  Lieutenant^  Colonel 
in  Our  Foot  Guards  on  or  after  the  1st  July  1881,  shall  be 
puxced  on  half-pay  on  completing  seven  yeart^  service  in  such 
appointmenty  or  on  attaining  the  age  of  50  years.  Such  seven 
years  shall  include  any  service  previously  given  as  Mounted 
Officer  of  Our  Foot  Guards, 

21.  Thu  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  81 : — 

Art  81.  771  w  Article  shall  not  apply  to  an   Officer  of  Our  Foot 

Guards  who  was  a  Captain  and  Lieutenant' Colonel  of  Our 
Foot  Guards  before  the  1st  November  1871,  who  shall  be  dealt 
with  under  Article  81 — I. 

22.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  81 : — 

Art.  81— L  ®11 — '•  -4"  Officer  who  was  a  Captain  and  Lieutenant- 

Colonel  of  Our  Foot  Guards  before  the  1st  Navetnber  1871,  if 
he  shall  have  been  appointed  before  the  1st  July  1881,  to  he 
Major  Commanding  a  battnUon  of  Our  Foot  Guards,  shall  be 
placed  on  half-pay  after  completing  fire  years  in  command  of  a 
battalion ;  if  he  shall  be  appointed^  on  or  after  the  1st  July 
I88I9  Lieutenant-Colonel  Commanding  a  battalion  of  Our  Foot 
Guards^  he  s/uill  be  placed  on  half-pay  after  completing  four 
years  in  such  command. 

23.  The  following  shall  be  inserted  after  the  word  **years^^  in 
the  sixth  line  of  Article  88 — III. :— 

A]t.8&— nL  o^  ofter  removal  from  his  regiment^  under  Article  98—111., 

(provided  he  shall  not  have  received  over-regulation  money  on 
being  placed  upon  half  pay.) 

2^L  The  following  shall  be  added  after  the  word  ''  Service/^ 
in  the  third  line  of  Article  88— IV.  :— 

Art.  88— IV.  "<^>  •/  *^  ^till  have  been  removed  from  the  command  of  a 

regimetit  of  Our  Foot  Guards  wider  Article  82,  or  from  the 
command  of  a  battalion  of  Our  Foot  Guards  under  Article 
81 — L,  or  as  Major  and  Lieutenant-Colonel  of  Our  Foot 
Guards  under  Article  78^1, 


[march  198!3« 


Rnance  (Regular  ForcGsh^ontinued. 
" "  Clause  37 

25.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  90 :—  *^^  ""*  ' 
provided,  if  he  be  a  Regimental  Captain  or  Major  in  Our  ^^^  qq. 

Foot  Guards,  he  shall  have  completed  20  years'  service. 

26.  The  words  '*  and  shall  he  seiving  in  '*  shall  be  inserted  after  ^^^  gi— II. 
the  word  '*  to  '*  in  the  second  line  of  Article  91—11. 

27.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  the  fourth  line  of  ^rt- 92— III. 
Article  92— III.  :— 

If  a  General  Officer  or  Regimental  Colonel  after  Jive  years'  - 
service  subsequently  to  becoming  a  Regimental  Colonel 

and  the  following  shall  be  added  to  that  Article  :— 

271m  Article  shall  not  apply  to  an  Officer  who  shall  retire 
after  the  28M  September  1881,  on  the  rates  of  pension  specially 
applicable  to  Officers  of  Our  Indian  Staff  Corps. 

28.  In  Article  94—1.  the  references  to  88— IV.,  978— VI.,  Art  94r-I. 
978— XI.  and  978— XVI.  shall  be  omitted. 

29.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  98—11.  :— 

0^—111.  A  Captain  and  Lieutenant- Colonel  of  Our  Foot  ^.g^^nt 
Guards  who  was  a  Regimental  Lieutenant  in  Our  Foot  Guards 
on  the  31st  October  1871  shall,  on  completing  the  age  of  40 
years,  be  removed  from  his  regiment  to  half-pay  as  Lieutenant' 
Colonel, 
80.  The  foUowing  shall  be  added  after  «  the  Ist  October  1877'' 
in  the  first  line  of  Article  100— I.  :— 

Or  a  MajoY  who,  having  been  a  Captain  of  ^«^'«% /^  ^rt.  lOO-I. 
Infantry  on  the  Slst  October  1871,  shall  have  been  promoted 
to  the  rank  of  Major  on  the  1st  July  1881. 

31.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  100— III. 

when  he  shall  become  subject  to  the  Articles  which  govern  a^.  100- 
the  retirement  of  Officers  of  his  rank.  in. 

32.  The  words  ''other  than''  shall  be  substituted  for  the  first  j^  ^qq^ 
'<  or'*  in  the  second  line  of  Article  106. 

33.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  the  last  paragraph  of 
Article  106—1.  :— 

A    General  Officer  who  may  on  the  SOth  June   1881  *«  Art.l06-L 
Governor  of  a  Cohnv  or  Dependency,  and  who  would  be  retired 
on  account  of  age,  under  Article  106,  may  be  specially  permitted 
to  remain  on  the  Active  List  (subject  to  Article  24-1.), /or  a 
term  not  exceeding  that  fxed  for  his  appointment. 

84.  The  reference  in  the  first  line  of  Article  108  shall  be  to  fj^  loe. 
Article  92— IV.  instead  of  to  Article  92— V, 


nnrch  l^HtS.]  *  R 


Clause  37  Finance  (Regular  Forces)— co«//;i«f^/. 

contituied,      ~  '  '~         ' 

Art.  103.  35.  The  words  *'  (other  than  of  Our  Royal  Artillery  or  Royal 

Engineers) "  shall  be  omitted  from  Article  109. 

30.  The  following  shall  be  added  afier  Article  109 — I. : — 

Art.  109— II.  lOO — 11.  In  an  f/ special  case  of  an  Officer  who,  on  the  30M 

June  1881,  teas  holding  an  extra  Regimental  appointment,  it 
shall  be  competent  for  Our  Secretary  of  State  to  permit  such 
Officer  to  complete  his  term  of  service  in  such  extra  Re-gimemtal 
appointment^  notxcitlistanding  that  his  age  would  invoice  his 
retirement  from  Our  Army. 

37.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  the  word '' Peace  "  in 
the  twenty-third  line  of  Article  110  : — 

Art.  110.  Au  Officer  holding  such  employment  at  the  expiration  of 

the  term  after  which  he  would  be  retired  for  non-employment 
shall  be  exempted  from  retirement  so  long  as  he  shall  continne 
to  hold  such  employment.  Service  in  an  acting  appointment 
during  peace  shall  not  count  as  employ  ment^  or  as  qualifying 
service  (or  increased  rank.'' 

38.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  112—11.  :— 

j^,  112—11.  "  unless  he  shall  elect  to  he  governed  by  the  provitions  of 

this  Our  Warrant  in  regard  to  the  retirement  of  Officers  of  the 
same  rank," 

89.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  114: — 

Art  114-  ^^^  ^^^^^  ^'^^  ^S^  ^^  ^^  '^  ^^  retire  as  a  Geucral  OflSoer. 

Art,  124.  ^^'  ''^'*^  following  shall  be  added  after  the  word  "  Half-pay,'* 

in  the  third  line  of  Article  124 : — 

subject  to  the  exception  specified  below  ; 

and  the  following  shall  be  added  to  that  Article : — 

An  Officer  retiring  from  half-pay  shall  not  be  granted  a 
8lcp  of  honorary  rank  unless  he  shall  have  served  on  full  pay 
in  the  rank  from  which  he  retires^  except  in  the  case  of  a 
Major  compulsorily  retired  from  half-pay  after  having  been 
removed  from  his  regiment  on  account  of  age. 

'^  In  a  special  case  where  an  Officer  has  been  compulsorily 
retired  on  account  of  age  or  non-employment,  and  baa  been 
prevented  from  completing  20  years'  full  pay  service. 
Honorary  rank  may  be  granted." 

41.  In  Article  124 — II.  the  word  *^any'*  shall  be  substituted 
for  the  word  "//m?"  before  ''effective"  in  the  fourth  line,  the 
word  **  uejct "  shall  be  omitted  from  the  fifth  line,  and  the  following 
words  shall  be  added  to  the  Article : — 

Art.  134—11.  **  Or  s/uill  be  granted  the  honorary  rant  of  *  General  * 

on  retirement.^* 


9  [.^arch  188:^. 


f  iaance  (Regular  Forces) —contmued. 


Clauses? 

42.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  125  : —  continued, 

"Nor  to  precedence   ia  his  own  Department  over  an  Art*  125* 
Officer  holding  a  siipcrior  Departmental  grade." 

43.  The  \vonIs  *'  Commandant  of  the  Staff  College  and  Director  Art.  126. 
of  Artillery  Studies/'  shall  be  added  to  the  list  of  appointments 

in  Article  126,  carrying  with  them  the  relative  rank  of  Colonel ; 
the  words  "  Assistant  Director  of  Artillery  Studies/'  and  "  Com- 
missary (African  Commissariat)  "  shall  be  added  to  the  list  of 
appointments  carrying  \?ith  them  the  relative  rank  of  Major; 
the  words  "Deputy  Commissary  (African  Commissariat)/'  and 
"  Inspector  of  \rmy  Schools/'  to  the  list  of  appointments 
carrying  with  them  the  relative  rank  of  Captain,  and  the  words 
"  Assistant  Commissary  (African  Commissariat) "  to  the  list  of 
Appointments  carrying  with  them  the  relative  rank  of  Lieutenant. 


44'.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  the  rates  V.  and  VI.,  Art  127. 
l!ud  down  in  the  Scales  A  and  fi,  contained  in  Article  127 : — 

Scale  A.  Scale  B. 


Yearly  rote 
(indutire  of 
Allomancea). 

Daily  rate 
(exdusire  of 
Allowances). 

£     «.    d. 

Rate    V. 

1,6C0 

2    10    0 

Kate  VI. 

1,200 

2      0    0 

45.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  127 — I.  r — 

19T— I.  The  Staff  Pay  of  a  Genei-al  OJicer  who  shall  Axi.  127— h 
have  elected  to  serve  under  the  terms  of  Article  971 — ///.,  mau 
he  at  his  option^  either  the  consoliduted  rate  laid  down  in  Article 
127  or  a  consolidated  rate  equal  to  the  Staff  Pay  of  his  appoint- 
ment ^  under  Our  Warrant  of  the  Ist  May  1878,  together  tcith 
the  rate  of  Unattached  Pay  he  would  receive  if  unemployed.^* 

46.  The  following  shall  be  inserted  after  Article  127 — I. : — 

199—11.  A  General  Officer  who  was  holding  a  Sto/Artl27— II. 
appointtnent  on  the  SOth  June  1881,  and  who  shall  have  elected 
to  receive  a  rate  of  half -pay  Jiced  by  Article  951,  may  be 
permitted  to  receive  a  consolidated  rate  of  pay  equal  to  such 
half-pay  in  addition  to  the  rate  of  Staff"  pay  laid  down  for  his 
appointment  in  Our  Warrant  of  the  1st  May  1878.  This  regu- 
kUion  shally  however^  only  apply  to  a  General  Officer  while  he 
retains  the  Staff  appointment  he  held  on  the  30th  June  1881, 
and  the  rate  of  half-pay  shall  not  exceed  that  of  the  rank  he 
held  on  that  date. 

47.  The  words  ''Colonel  on  the  Staff"  shall  be  substituted  Art.  128. 
for  the    word    *•  Brigadier-General ''    in    the     fourth    line    of 
Article  128. 


March  1»^9.J  10 


Clanse  37  Finance  ^Eegnlar  Forces)— <'>«*i««<r<'. 

Art,  130.  43.  la  the  clasaincatica  of  Staff  appiDintments  for  pay  in  Artide 

130,  the  folio^rirjr  shall  he  ?ub5titated  for  the  last  Ime  under  the 
heading  *'  Head-Q-iarter  Sca!f : — 

u  rL!?*i  c  T  aa  L»::io<r  en  tiie  actiTe  *i*t . .         . .  J 

aiid  aader  the  heading  of  General  and  Personal  Staff,  the  rate  and 
scale  of  the  Deputy  Adjutant-General  and  the  Deputy  Quarter- 
Master-General,  Dublin,  shall  be  alcered  from  Class  V. — B  to 
Class  VI. — B,  and  the  following  &hall  be  added  to  the  table  of 

clarification : — 

St&ff  Lieutecint  XI.  B. 

49.  The  following  shall  be  inserted  after  Article  145 : — 

Art  1454'  145 /i\  A  Garrison  Instructor,  if  specially  recommended 

by  the  Director- General  of  Military  Education,  may  be  granted 
an  ex^tension  of  orHce  not  exceeding  two  years,  but  the 
tenure  of  his  appointment  shall  in  no  case  exceed  seven 
years. 

Art  157*  ^^*  ^^  Article  157   the  words  '•or  ordered  to  return  home 

sooner  "  shall  be  inserted  after  the  word  **  troops  "  in  the  fourth  line. 

Art  184*  ^^'  "^^^  words  "and  performing  duty  with  **  shall  be  added 

after  the  words  "  establishment  of"  in  the  second  line  of  Article  184. 

^1^^  184~L        ^^'  Article  181 — I.  shall  stnud  amended  as  follows:-^* 

1H4 — I.  Tlt^  paii  of  Ojr^rt^rs  of  Our  FtH>t  Guard f^  ap» 
pointed  to  the  Foot  iJunrds  before  the  \st  July  1881,  shalK 
ejrrept  in  the  ca^e  of  snrh  Ojficers  (is  trere  appointetl  to  Our 
Foot  Guards  after  the  iCuh  Awjunt  1871,  and  ttho  may  elect 
to  he  jHiid  during  the  repnnindt'r  of  their  service  in  Our  Foot 
Guards  under  Art,  183,  be  a*/c>//t>?r*:— 


Li^nUttant' Colosel  commanding  a  Begitneut  •  • 
t,  M  »,  Battalion  •« 
Major  and  Lif'ti  tenant 'Colonel  (or  Major)  •• 
Cfff'tain  and  Ijitut^'mint'Colonel  {or  Captain)  ., 
Litutf-nant  and  Captain  (or  Lieutrnant),  over  3 
i/earM'  tercice  ,.  ,,  ..  ,,  ,, 
Lifutrnant,  under  Z  yean*  service  ,.  •.!'  0  6  6 
tSoltritor 089 


Beg i mental  ,      ^i^\^'tx 
I   BegimkenU, 


Doily,       j       Ytarif, 

£    ».   d.   \      £    #.    d. 


} 


16  0  133  16  O 

18  0  188  16  0 

0  16  6  180  10  7 

0  15  6  180  10  7 

0  7  4      — 


fCxtra  pay  shall  U  in  lieu  of  Pay  for  nati-e/ectives  <uul  of 
profit  on  Continnent  Allowance^  and  shall  be  issuable  only  io  OJM0tM 
\cho  are  on  the  establishment  of  tlieir  reffimenti. 


11  [Mareh  18^«. 


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Clause  37 

continued^ 


53.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  the  Pay  Table  contained 
in  Article  185 : — 

}^^^^^y^^      Art.  186. 

the  Lino,  &c.  ' 

9,    d. 

Adjutant  of  s  Regimental  Dep6t  and  of  a  Militia  Battalion, 
in  addition  to  ordinary  paj 40 

54.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  185 — 1. 

18S — I.  The  pay  laid  doton  in  Art.  185  for  a  Mafor  o/^^j^^jSS— L 
fn/ofitry  of  the  Line  after  three  years*  service  as  suchy  shall,  in 
the  case  of  the  first  25  Regiments  of  the  LinCj  be  granted  to 
each  of  the  four  Senior  Majors  of  the  Regiment^  and  in  the 
King^s  Royal  Rifle  Corps  and  Rifle  Brigade  respectively^  to 
each  of  the  eight  Senior  Majors  from  the  date  of  his  becoming 
one  of  such  Senior  Majors^  if  it  happens  within  three  years  of 
his  becoming  substantive  Major  and  before  1st  July  1884.  In 
oilier  Regiments  of  Infantry  of  the  Line  sitch  pay  shall,  under 
the  conditions  above  laid  down,  be  given  to  the  two  Senior  Majors 
of  a  battalion.  For  the  purposes  of  this  article  all  Majors 
borne  on  the  rolls  of  the  Regiment  shall  be  reckoned,  whether 
they  be  employed  regimentolly  or  extra-regimentally. 

m 

m 

55.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  the  last  line  of  the 
Pay  Table  contained  in  Article  187  : — 

Hone  Brigades  Field  and  a«4  107 

and  Garrison  ^"^'  •'•'''■ 

Bldlnff  EstabUahment,        Brigadea. 

9.  d.  9,  d. 

Adjutant,  in  addition  to  paj  at  Captain        •  •     2    6  2    6 

M  f,  „         Lieutenant    ..3    6  8    6 

56.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  197 : — 

lUTa.  An  OflScer  of  Our  Royal  Engineers^  employed  on  j^,  1970. 
the  West  Coast  of  Africa,  shall  receive^  whilst  actually  serving 
on  the  coast,  double  the  ordinary  rate  of  Engineer  pay,  pro- 
yided  such  pay  shall  not  be  less  than  16^.  a-day. 

57.  The  first  line  of  the  pay  table  contained  in  Art.  197 — I. 
shall  be  cancelled,  and  for  the  paragraph  of  the  same  article 
commencing  with  the  words,  "  a  Colo7iel  employed  elsewhere/'  the 
following  shall  be  substituted : — 

A  Colonel  of  Our  Royal  Engineers  not  in  receipt  of  Staff  pay  *^  107—1 
if  employed  at  home^  except  in  the  London  District,  shall  receive 
ejrtrapay  at  the  rate  of  lis.  lid.  a  day;  if  employed  abroad 
or  in  the  London  District  he  shall  receive  extra  pay  at  the  rate 
of  IL  5$.  lOd.  a  day. 


5larrh  tHH'Z.]  12 


Finance  (Regular  Forcesj—conttnHfd 
Claused?  "'~ 

comtimued.  j.g   rp|j^  following  shall  be  substituted  for  the  first  paragraph  of 

Article  IdT—ll.:— 

^^JQ7— IL  Command  piti/   at  the  foUowlmj  rates  shall  he   Usued  to 

Commanding  Royal  Engineers  of  the  regimental  rank  of  Colonel 
who  are  not  in  receipt  of  Staff  pay y  and  abo  to  Officers  below 
the  rank  of  Colonel  (so  long  as  they  cofUinve  in  the  appoifUmenU 
they  held  on  30<A  June  1881),  who  may  continue  to  receive  ejrtra 
pay  under  Article  197 — I. 

59.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  203 — I. : — 

ArU  203''.  SiOSa.  A  Riding- Master  may,  if  specially  recommended, 

be  granted  the  rate  laid  down  in  Article  202  for  15  years' 
commissioned  service  after  a  total  service  of  30  years 
(counting  all  former  service  as  full  time),  or  at  the  ase  of 
50  years,  if  in  either  case  he  have  held  the  rank  of  Riding* 
Master  for  10  years. 

Art  203— IL        ^'  ^^  Article  203 — II.  the  words  "  of  a  lieyitnent  ofCaralry*^ 
shall  be  added  after  "Riding  Master ''  in  the  first  line. 

61.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  219:— 

Art210«*  919a.  The  pay  of  an  ofiicer  promoted  on  half-paj^  while 

liolding  an  extra-regimental  appointment,  but  permitted  to 
complete  the  period  fixed  for  his  appointment,  or  of  an 
Adjutant  of  Our  Auxiliary  Forces  permitted  under  Article  42a, 
after  promotion  to  the  rank  of  Major  on  half-pay,  to  retain 
his  appointment  as  Adjutant,  shall  be,  while  holding  such 
appointment  and  until  re-appointed  to  a  regiment,  at  the 
same  rate  as  that  which  he  received  befoi'e  he  was  promoted. 

G2.  The  following  shall  be  inserted  after  the  word  ''  Artillery  ** 
in  the  third  line  of  paragraph  (a)  of  Article  221 : — 

Art.  22L  ''  OP  Royal  Kngincers  at  such  Stations  or  in  such  Districts 

^  as  Oar  Secretary  of  State  shall  approve/' 

and  the  words — 

^  in  independent  command  of  Artillery  abroad** 
shall  be  omitted. 

63.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  221  :— 

Art  221—1.  *** — '•  "'^  Regimental  Colonel  of  Our  Royal  ArtilUfy^  noi 

being  a  Colonel  upon  the  Staff,  employed  regimenially  afltr  ike 
\st  July  1881  shall  receive  command  pay  at  the  rate  of  6#. 
daily^ 


13  fHIarcIa  ld9!9< 


Finance  (Regular  Forces)— coutinued. 


Clause  S7 

eoufinued^ 

64.  The  following  words  shall  be  added  after  word  "Instructor,'*  Art-  226. 
in     the    seventeenth    line    of   the     Pay    Table    contained    in 
Article  226:— 

And  Recruiting  Officer. 

In  the  twenty-eighth  line  of  the  pay  table  the  word  "four*' 
shall  be  subscituted  for  ''six/*  and  the  2^.  provided  under  the 
column  of  Acting  Adjutant  shall  be  omitted,  and  the  following 
new  paragraph  shall  be  introduced  after  line  twenty-nine : — 

The  Acting  Officer  of  Royal  Artillery  at  a  station  or  in  a 
district  where  there  shall  be  no  Brigade  or  Corps  Adjutant 
and  where  there  shall  be  not  less  than  two  Batteries  or  Com- 
panies, including  Gun  Lascprs : — 

Daily. 
8.  d. 
Acting  Ad jnta^t         ••         ..        2    0 

The  following  shall  be  added  after  the  word  "  Forces  "  in  para- 
graph VI. : — 

^*  unless  he  is  acting  as  Adjutant  of  a  Regimental  Depot.''] 

63.  The  words  ^'  Chaplain  on  Probation  "  shall  be  substituted  Art.  244. 
for  "  Array  Curate  "  in  the  pay  table  contained  in  Art.  244. 

66.  In  the  first  line  of  Article  247,  the  words  "  on  probation  "  Art  247. 
shall  be  omitted,  and  in  the  second  line^  "  a  Chaplain  on  Pro- 
bation *'  shall  be  substituted  for  the  words  ''  an  Army  Curate." 

67.  The  words  ''or  Ordnance  Store  Department/'  shall  beArt256ii' 
inserted  sAer  the  word  *^  Department ''  in  the  heading  of  the  third 
column  of  the  pay  table  contained  iu  Article  258. 

68.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  paragraph  (c)  of  Ait  250. 
Article  259  :— 

9.  d, 
(c.)  Quarier-Mtttler  ini\arge  of  Record*  at  Head' Quarters        ..     16 

69.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  261 :— • 

He  shall  receive  his  regimental  pay,  together  with  the  Art.  261. 
difference  between  such  pay  and  that  of  a  Deputy  Assistant 
Commissary-General,  from  the  date  ot  joining  for  duty 
until,  under  Article  43,  he  is  seconded  in  his  regiment. 
He  shall  then  be  granted  pay  as  an  Officer  of  the  Com- 
missariat and  Transport  Staff,  and  shall  reckon  his  services 
as  such  from  the  date  of  his  first  joining  on  probation.  If 
an  Officer  when  appointed  on  probation  shall  not  be  in  receipt 
of  Regimental  Pay,  he  shall  receive  pay  as  a  Deputy  Assistant 
Commissary-General,  from  the  date  on  wbich  he  joins  for 
duty. 


Maroli  1889.]  14 


Fmance  (Begular  ForceB)— continued. 
Clauses?  """ 

eoMimued.  yQ.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  268  :— 

Art-  268—1.  969 — !•  A  Conductor  of  Supplies,  who  was  serping  cis  suck 
071  the  SOth  June  1881,  may  be  recommended  for  appointment  as 
Quarter-Master  up  to  the  age  of  45  years. 

Art.  280.  71.  Article  280  shall  be  cancelled. 

72.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Articles  285  to 
287:— 
Art  285.  885.  The  tour  of  service  on  the  coast  shall  be  for  a 

continuous  period  of  12  months.  For  each  year's  service 
on  the  coast  the  Officer  shall  be  entitled  to  six  months'  leave 
at  home,  and  for  any  additional  period  beyond  a  year,  be 
bhall  have  an  equivalent  extension  of  leave. 

Art  286.  880.  Each  year  and  additional  portion  of  a  year  served 

on  the  coast  shall  be  allowed  to  reckon  double  towards  retire* 
ment  provided  the  tour  of  12  months  has  been  completed ; 
but  broken  periods  of  service  on  the  coast  and  leave  on  full 
pay  shall  count  as  ordinary  service. 

Art  287.  9H7»  An  Officer  who^  according  to  the  computation  fixed 

by  Article  286,  shall  have  completed  20  years'  service  shall  be 
allowed  to  retire  upon  half-pay,  and  on  completion  of  80  veara' 
service  upon  RiHired  Pay ;  but  no  Officer  shall  be  entitled  to 
Retired  Pay  under  these  conditions  until  he  shall  have  com- 
pleted at  least  5  years'  service  in  the  African  Commissariat. 

Art  288.  73.  In  the  fourth  line  of  Article  288,  the  words  ''of  his  six 

months'  leave"  shall   be  omitted,  and  the  following  shall  be 
inserted  in  lieu  thereof: — 

'^of  the  period  of  sick  leave  on  full  pay  allowed  him  under 
Article  436." 

Art.  290.  74.  The  following  shall  b3  substituted  for  the  first  line  of  the 

Pay  Table  contained  in  Article  290 : — 

Teftrty 
CoBiolidated  Pa/. 

Director  of  Works ..       £2,100 

Arts.  297|  75.  The  dcniguation  of  Quarter*Mastcr,  Army  Hospital  Corps* 

*^*  shall   be  substituted    for  that  of    Hospital    Quarter- Master  in 

Articles  2i)7,  298,  308,  956,  and  982. 

Art  290—1.        7G.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  299 : — 

900 — I.  Officers  of  the  former  establishment  of  Apoihe* 
curie  ft  and  Cojttains  and  Lieutenants  of  Orderlies  serving  as 
tmch  on  the  30//i  June  1881,  shall  be  allowed  to  retain  at  their 
option  the  ranks  and  rates  of  pay  to  which  they  were  entitled  at 
that  date^  and  to  act/tiire  all  increase  of  rank  and  pay ,  to  ir/itVA 
they  irould  have  become  entitled  by  the  conditions  of  Our 
}yar rants  under  which  they  held  their  commissions  htforc  the 
\stJnly\m\. 


15  [march  19SI9. 


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Clause  37 

roiUinufd, 

77.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  301 : —  Art.  301. 

801.  A  Candidate  shall  not  exceed  the  age  of  28  years  at 
the  date  of  the  commencement  of  the  competitive  examination. 

78.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  818  : —  j^,  318, 

"  except  in  the  case  of  an  Officer  not  subject  to  retire  at  tlie 
aae  of  55  years  under  Our  Warrant  of  the  ist  May  1878  who 
shall  retire  on  attaining  the  age  of  58  years ^^ 

79.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  326 : —         Art.  326* 

81^B.  When  a  Petachment  of  Our  Army  shall  not  be 
within  reach  of  any  Military  or  Militia  Medical  Officer  on  full 
pay^  a  Civilian  qualified  to  practice  Medicine  and  Surgery  may 
be  engaged  by  the  Commanding  Officer  at  the  undermentioned 
yearly  rates  (which  include  the  cost  of  medicines)  for  the 
Officers  and  Men  belonging  to  the  Detachment,  and  other 
persons  entitled  to  medical  attendance  at  the  public  expense 
calculated  as  laid  down  in  Art.  328,  or  at  such  other  rates  as 
Oar  Secretary  of  State  shall  from  time  to  time  determine. 

Yearly. 
£     «.     d. 

If  there  be  less  than  10  persons  . .         .  •         . .       5    0    0 

If  there  bo  more  than  10  persons,  for  eyery  complete 

25  or  portion  of  25 ..         ..     10    0    0 

80.  In  Article  828,  the  words  '^  and  of  other  persons  entitled  Art.  328. 
to  medical  attendance  at  the  public  expense/'  shall  be  inserted 

after  ihe  word  "  detachment/'  in  the  third  line. 

81.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  844 : —  j^.  344^ 

He  shall  receive  his  regimental  pay,  together  with  the 
difference  between  such  pay  and  that  of  a  Deputy  Assistant 
Commissary-General  of  Ordnance  from  the  date  of  joining 
until,  under  Article  43,  he  is  seconded  in  his  regiment.  He 
shall  then  be  granted  pay  as  an  Officer  of  the  Ordnance 
Store  Department ;  and  shall  reckon  his  service  as  such  froQi 
the  date  of  his  first  joining  on  probation.  If  an  Officer 
at  the  time  of  his  appointment  on  probation  shall  not  be  in 
receipt  of  regimental  pay,  he  shall  receive  pay  as  a  Deputy- 
Assistant  Commissary-General  of  Ordnance  from  the  date  on 
which  he  joins  for  duty. 

82.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  351 : — 

851 — !•  A  Conductor  of  Stores,  who  was  serving  as  such  Art.  351—1. 
on  tfie^thjune  188  J,  fnay  be  recommended  for  appoiiitment  as 
Quarter-Master  up  to  the  age  of  Ao  years. 

83.  The  words  "  or  African  Commissariat/'  shall  be  inserted  Art  360. 
after  tlie  word  "  Staff"  in  the  second  line  of  Article  360, 


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Clause  37 

eoMiiMm^d.  gj.   Article  3G6  shall  stand  arncndecl  as  follows: — 

Art.  366-  300.  Appointments  in  the  Army  Pay  Department  shall 

he  conferred  upon  Combatant  Officers  of  Our  Regular  Forces, 
nndcr  the  age  of  40  years,  who  have  attained  the  aubstantiTc 
rank  of  Captain,  except  in  the  case  of  an  Officer  ttho  ^hall 
have  applied  to  enter  the  Department  before  the  I »t  January 
1882,  tcho  may  be  appointed  up  to  the  ofje  of  45. 

Art.369-m.        83.  In  Article  369— III.,  the  words  "  after  20  years'  #rrrtV^" 
shall  be  inserted  in  ths  second  line  after  the  word  "  may.*' 

Art  420.  86.  The  words  "  of  distinguished  service/'  shall  be  inserted 

after  the  word  "  case/'  in  the  sixth  line  of  Article  4*20. 

87.  The  following  Article  shall  be  inserted  after  Article  428 : — 

Art  428^.  4i^^Ha    In  the  event  of  a  Departmental  Officer  being  called 

to,  or  engaged  on,  active  service  in  the  field,  at  or  about  the 
time  when  under  any  Article  of  this  Our  Warrant  he  would 
]}e  liable  to  retire  from  his  Department,  or  of  there  being 
very  exceptional  circumstances  making  it  desirable  to  retain 
such  Officer  temporarily  in  execution  of  the  duty  on  which  he 
may  be  employed,  Our  Secretary  of  State  may  extend  his 
term  of  service  during  the  continuance  of  the  emergency  as  a 
supernumerary  to  the  Establishment. 

88.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  428a. :  — 

j^-428— I.  4«S — I.  A  Dejyartmental  Officer  on  half-pay  on  the  30th 

June  1881,  shall,  when  disqualified  by  age  for  return  to  active 
dutyy  he  jdaced  on  a  retired  pay  equal  to  the  half-pay  of  which 
he  is  theft  in  receipt. 

Arts,  440,  89.  Articles  410  and  411  shall  be  cancelled. 

441. 

90.  The  follo\i  ing  shall  be  added  to  Article  444  :— 

Alt  444.  Officers  so  voluutcerins;  fur,  or  ordered  to,  the  West  Coast 

of  Africa,  shall  receive  double  pny  whilst  actually  serving  on 
the  Coast. 

91.  Article  418  shall  stand  amended  as  follows: — 

Art  448.  44H.  The  appointments  named  in  Article  4(7  shall  be 

considered  Staff  appointments ;  they  shall  be  tenable  for  seven 
years,  but  otherwise  shall  be  lield  subject  to  the  conditions 
which  are  applicable  to  appointments  on  the  General  Staff  of 
Our  Army. 

92.  The  first  line  of  the  pay  table  contained  in  Article  449 
shall  stand  amended  as  follows: — 

Art.  449.  Yf.rl  J. 

t 

CommniHtnnt 1 ,000,  and  alkmrnncrt . 


17  [march  1888. 


Frnance  (Hegular  Forces)— coi»/i// wed 

. . ,  OiSillSB  Of 

santinued, 

93.  Articles  451  and  452  shall  be  cancelled.  Arts.461and 

452. 

94.  The  words  ^'and  Military  Instructors**  shall  be  omitted  Art.  456. 
from  Article  456. 

95.  Article  457  shall  be  cancelled.  j^^  45y, 

96.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  the  second  and  last 
lines  of  the  pay  table  contained  in  Article  458 : — 

^^"'^-  Art  458. 

Assistant  Commandant. .         . .       700  {  ^^^^  hb  m^l^''"*^^  AUowancoa 
Ono  Quarter-Master,  extra  pay Bs.Od.  daily. 

and  the  following  shall  be  added  to  that  table  : — 

Brigade-Major  and  Secretary  . .         . .     Regimental  Pay,  Engineer  Pay, 

and  Allowances. 

97.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  the  pay  table  contained  in 
Article  460  :— 

^^^''  Art.  460. 

^  Afelil»^r^  ^^"^  ^"'*^'^  ^"'^""^     «^l^th  quarters. 
Alter  o  years  semce  . .         . .         . .         . .     sou  j  * 

08i  Article  472  shall  be  cancelled.  Art  472. 

99.  In  Article  477  all  after  the  fifth  line  shall  be  omitted.         j^i,  477. 

100.  The  words  "  Inspector  or/'  shall  be  inserted  before  the  Arts.  485, 
word  "  Sub-Inspector/'  in  Articles  485,  486,  488,  and  492.  486, 488, 

101.  The  following  shall  be  inserted  after  Article  487 : — 

48ta.  A  Sub-Inspector  of  Army  Schools,  after  10  years'  Art  487a. 
service  as  such  on  full  pay,  may  be  granted  the  rank  of 
Inspector  of  Army  Schools* 

102.  The  following  shall  be  added  atter  Article  490 : — 

490a.  The  tenure  of  office  of  a  Military  or  Civilian  Art  490^* 
Professor  or  Instructor  in  Our  Educational  Establishments 
shall  be  for  seven  years,  or  for  such  shorter  period  as  Our 
Secretary  of  State  may  direct,  with  power  of  re-appointment ; 
but  the  term  of  office  shall,  in  the  case  of  a  Military 
Professor  or  Instructor,  terminate  after  14  years,  or  at  the 
age  fixed  for  retirement  from  his  Army  rank;  and  in  the 
case  of  a  Civilian  Professor  or  Instructor,  the  term  of  office 
shall  not  continue  afler  the  age  of  55  years,  unless  an  extension 
be  specially  recommended  and  approved  by  Our  Secretary  of 
State. 


Ulareli  18#«.] 


18 


Finance  (Regular  Torces}— continued. 


Clause  37 

&rt4M. 


Art4»6-L 
Art  519. 


Art  527. 


103.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  494  :— 

494.  A  sum  of  12,000/.  a-year,  whereof  10,000/.  shall  be 
for  Combatant  OfiScers,  shall  be  distributed  as  rewards  for 
distinguished  or  meritorious  service,  among  Officers  of  all 
branches  of  Our  Regular  Army,  in  annuities  not  exceeding 
100/.  each.  All  Combatant  Officers,  except  Retired  General 
Officers,  and  all  Departmental  Officers  shall  be  eligible  for 
selection  for  a  reward.  The  conditions  under  which  such 
annuities  shall  be  held  shall  be  as  follows : — 

(a).  In  the  case  of  a  Greneral  Officer  serving  under  the 
terms  of  Article  951,  the  annuity  shall  cease  to  be 
payable  when  the  General  Officer  shall  be  placed  on 
Retired  Pay. 

(A.)  In  the  case  of  a  General  Ojficer  serving  under  the  term* 
of  Article  971 — ///.,  the  annuity  shall  cease  to  he 
payable  to  the  Oficer  when  he  shall  he  granted  the  rate 
of  unattached  pay  laid  down  hy  Article  971 — IV. 
The  annuity  shall,  however^  cease  to  he  charged  against 
the  10,000/.  on  the  Officer^s  removal  to  the  Retired 
JAst^  should  that  event  occur  earlier, 

(c.)  If  an  Officer  in  receipt  of  an  annuity  granted  after 
the  30th  June  1881  retire  as  a  Colonel,  his  annuity 
shall  be  reduced  from  the  time  of  bis  retirement  to 
three-fifths  of  its  previous  amount 

(d.)  If  a  reward  be  granted  to  an  Officer  already  retired  as 
a  Colonel,  such  reward  shall  be  at  three-fifths  the 
rate  he  would  have  been  granted  if  on  the  Active 

List. 

(e,)  In  the  case  of  a  Combatant  Officer  who  shall  retire 
from  a  rank  below  that  of  Colonel,  or  in  the  case 
of  a  Departmental  Officer,  the  tenure  of  the  annuity 
shall  be  for  life. 

(/.)  An  Ojficer  in  receipt  of  an  annuity  before  the  Xst  July 
1881,  who  shall  retire  as  a  Colonel^  shall  be  permitted 
to  retain  such  annuity  for  life, 

104.  Article  196—1.  shall  be  cancelled. 

105.  The  following  shall  be  added  at  the  end  of  Article  519: 
^'  In  any  case  specially  sanctioned  by  Our  Secretary  of  State,  the 
limit  of  age  may  be  extended  to  15  years.*' 

106.  The  following  shall  be  added  at  the  beginning  of  Art.  527  : 
'*  A  Warrant  Officer  may  retire  after  completing  21  years'  serrioe, 
and'' — .  The  following  shall  be  added  at  the  end  of  the  same 
Article :  **  or  in  a  special  case  to  retain  him  up  to  the  age  of  55 
year*/' 


10  [march  1899. 


finance  (Regular  Foreesy-continued.  Clause  37 

"—      eontiniied. 

107.  The  following  shall  be  substitnted  for  line  four  of  the  Pay-  Art-  629- 
Table  relating  to  Warrant  OiBcers  contained  in  Art.  529. 

s.  d» 
Serjeuit-Major,  Foot  Guards  . .         . .         . .         ..62 

Serjeant-Major,  Iniantry  of  the  Line  5    0 

108.  In  the  third  line  of  Article  638,  the  words  "  at  rates  not  Art-  538. 
exceeding/'  shall  be  substituted  for  the  words  "  at  the  rates  of.** 

109.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  538:— 

588a.  Such  Superintending  Clerks  in  the  oflSce  of  the  Art  538tf. 
Deputy  Adjutant- General  of  Boval  Artillery,  and  of  the 
Director  of  Artillery  and  Stores  at  Head-quarters,  and  of  the 
Ordnance  Committee,  as  Our  Secretary  of  State  may  determine, 
shall  receive  pay  not  exceeding  Is,  6d,  a  day,  in  addition  to 
the  rates  laid  down  in  Article  532. 

110.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  the  Pay  Table  contained  Art-  539 
in  Article  589  : — 

Daily. 

^tt:^±f'  ^^"^^  ""^  ^^^"^  le    0  with  Engineer  Pay  at  1,.  a-day. 
JitDgineermg        ......  J  ^  -^  '^ 

111.  The  following  words  shall  be  added  to  the  end  of  Article 
546:— 

if  appointed  on  or  after  the  1st  July  1881.  Art.  546. 

112.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  552:— 

«     "  Nor  shall  a  charge  be  allowed  for  a  recruit  who  fails  to  Art.  552. 
reach  his  Corps,  or  is  otherwise  lost  to  Our  Service,  when,  in 
the  opinion  of  the  approving  Officer,  the  recruiter  has  failed  to 
exercise  due  precaution  in  ascertaining  the  antecedents  of  the 
recruit  before  enlistment.** 

118.  In  Article  563,  the  words  '*is  within  two  miles  from,"  Art.  563- 
shall    be   substituted   for   the  words    ''is  within   a   reasonable 
distance  of/*  in  the  fourth  line,  and  the  following  shall  be  added 
to  the  end  of  the  Table  of  Fees  contained  in  the  same  article : — 

s.   d. 
For  each  man  of  the  Armr  or  Militia  Beeerve  examined  bv 

■I  v 

him,  not  exceeding  a  total  of  lOs,  6d.  a  day       . .         . .     2    6 

114.  The  following  shall  be  inserted  after  the  word  soldiers  in  Art  566. 
line  two  of  Article  566 : — 

"below  the  rank  of  Corporal,  2nd  Corporal,  or  Bom- 
bardier." 

115.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  572  : —  Art.  572. 

Boys  eidisted  ntidcr  the  Army  Service  Act  of  1847  shall 
reckon  towards  pension  their  service  from  the  date  of  atte.'^tation 
irrespective  of  aije, 

c  2 


.Ilareh  1889.J  20 


(Begular 


Clauses? 

eotUiumed, 

Art  677.  1 16.  The  following  words  shall  be  added  to  Article  577  : — 

Ejccept^  as  provided  by  Article  572,  in  the  case  of  boy$ 
enlisted  under  the  Army  Service  Act  of  1847. 

Art  578-1.        117.  Article  578—1.  shall  be  cancelled. 

118.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  5/9: — 

Art.  579*  &99.  A  soldier  shall  also  forfeit  his  service  for  the  purpose 

of  fixing  the  rate  of  pension  for  every  day  on  which  pay  is 
forfeited  under  Articles  766  to  770^  except  when  the  pay  has 
been  so  forfeited : — 

(a.)  For  periods  of  absence  without  leave  not  exceeding 
five  days. 

(&.)  For  periods  of  imprisonment  not  exceeding  seven  days, 
oy  award  of  the  Commanding  Oflicer  or  by  the 
Commanding  Officer  of  one  of  Our  ships. 

(c.)  For  periods  of  imprisonment  under  detention  on  the 
charge  for  absence  without  leave,  when  such  absence 
without  leave  was  for  less  than  six  days  and  the 
period  of  imprisonment  awarded  by  the  Command- 
ing Officer  was  less  than  eight  days. 

119.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  592:— 

Art  592.  50S.  A  non-commissioned  officer  of  Artillery  with  the 

rank  of  Serjeant^  or  a  non-commissioned  officer  of  other 
arms,  with  the  rank  of  Colour-Serjeant,  appointed  to  be  a 
Military  Staff  Clerk  shall,  on  appointment,  be  allowed  the 
rank  and  rate  of  pay  granted  to  a  Military  Staff  Clerk  after 
3  years*  service.  Similarly,  a  non-commissioned  officer  with 
the  rank  of  Quarter-M aster-Serjeant  shall,  on  appointment, 
be  allowed  the  rank  and  rate  of  pay  granted  after  6  years' 
service.  A  Paymaster-Serjeant,  Orderly-room-Serjeant, 
a  Quarter-Master-Serjeant,  -or  Colour-Serjeant,  may  be 
permitted  to  reckon  his  service  in  these  ranks,  respectively, 
towards  the  higher  ranks  and  rates  of  pay  laid  down  in 
Article  591. 

Art  603-1.        1 20.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  the  word  •'  Staf"  iu  the 
fourth  line  of  Article  603—1.  :— 

Or  as  Paifmaster^Serjeant^  Orderly^RoomSerjeantj  QnarUr" 
Master^Serjeant^  or  Colour' Serjeunt\ 

121.  The  table  of  artificers'  pay  contained  in  .\rticlo  611  shall 
stand  amended  as  follows : — 

Artiflo«r«. 

a,   i/. 
4-4   nil  Farrier  Quiirt4*r-Mai»(orSorjeaiU     ..  4    6 

^^'****  Srrj  wit. Artificer S     8 

('oriNiml'Arttnrer 2  11 

AHificer  I  11 


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Finance  (Regular  YorceB)— continued.  Clause  37 

— — —     eoniiimed* 

122.  The  words  *'  inefficiency  or  misccnduct  '^  shall  be  sub-  Art.  620. 
stituted  for  the  word  "  misconduct"  in  the  third  line  of  Article  620. 

123.  The  following  shall  be  inserted  after  Article  633 : — 

088a.  A  Non-commissioned  Officer  or  a  private  of  the  Ait.  033<'* 
Commissariat  and  Transport  Corps,  or  of  the  Ordnance  Store 
Corps,  when  employed  as  a  Clerk  at  the  War  Office  in  Loudon 
shall  receive  6d.  a-day  in  addition  to  the  Departmental  Pay 
granted  by  Article  681. 

124.  Article  640,   Sub-Section  X.,  shall  stand  amended  as 
follows : — 

Z.^Non-Oominlsftioned  OflHoer  Keeping  Acoounts. 

(a).  To   the    non-commissioned    officer   who  keeps   the  Art  640. 
accounts  of  the  troop,  battery,  or  company,  or,  in  the  case  of 
the  Coast  Brigade,  Royal  Artillery,  of  a  Division : —        Daily. 

.t.  d. 

If  Colour-Serjeant  orTroop,B»ttery,  1     i  q 

or  Ck>inpaii7  Serjeant- Major         J 

If  of  lower  rank        1  G 


For  an  Establishment  of 
80  rank  and  file 


For  an  Establishment  of 
less  than  80  rank  and  file 


If  Colour-Serjeant  or  Troop,Battery,  1     n    T 

or  Company  Serjeant-Major         J 
If  of  lower  rank        .  •         . .         ..10 


(b).  To  the  Non-commissioned  Officer  or  soldier  keeping 
the  accounts  of  special  bodies  or  detachments  of  troops : — 

Dady. 
«.  d. 
At  sach  rate  as  our  Secretary  of  State  shall  sanction,  not  exceeding    I    6 

and  the  following  shall  be  added : — ' 

These  rates  shall  not  apply  to  Non-commissioned  Officers 
of  Our  Royal  Engineers. 

125.  The  word  ''Acting**  shall  be  prefixed  to  the  designations  Art,  640. 
specified  at  the  head  of  Sub-sections  VIII.  (Artificers),  IX.  (Ser- 
jeant-Instructor   of    Musketry),    and    XL    (Serjeant-Instructor 

of  Gunnery),  of  Article  640. 

126.  The  folloAring  shall  be  added  to  Article  642  as  paia- 
graph  (d.) : — 

(rf.)  "Being  a  Non-commissioned  Officer  in  the  rank  of ^^-^^2. 
Serjeant,  or  any  higher  rank,  he  completes  21  years*  service 
as  defined  in  Article  646.'' 

127.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  645  :— 

Trt  the  case  of  hoys  enlisted  under  the  Army  Service  Act  of^^  MS- 
IS  i7  the  \2  years  shall  reckon  from    the   date  of  attestation 
irrespective  of  age. 


nmteh  1889.]  22 


Fmance  (Begular  Forces)— «>n/inu«rf. 

Art.  646.  128.  The  foUowiug  shall  be  substituted  for  the  words  '^  sub- 

sequent to  the  30th  June  1881 ''  in  the  last  line  of  Article  646 : — 
'^  intervening  between  the  Ist  of  July  1881  and  the  date  on  which 
such  Non-commissioned  Officer  completes  21  years*  service  with 
the  Colours  reckoning  from  the  date  from  which  he  reckons  service 
for  the  purpose  of  discharge." 

129.  In  Article  646 — I.,  the  following  shall  be  added  after  the 
words  *'  re/err4d  to  in  Article  645  '* : — 

Art  646—1,  '•  or  the  21  years  re/erred  to  in  Articles  642  atid  646;" 

and  the  words  ''  or  21  years  respectively^^  shall  be  added  to  the  end 
of  the  same  article. 

130.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  652  as  para- 
graph {e)  :— 

Art,  652.  {e).  To  a  soldier  who  shall  have  improperly  enlisted  while 

belonging  to  the  Army  Reserve,  and  who,  on  detection  of  the 
offence,  shall  have  been  re-transferred  to  the  Army  Reserve. 

131.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  704: — 

Art  704.  t04«  Non-commissioned  officers  and  men  of  the  Royal 

Engineers  who  may  be  in  receipt  of  mounted  rates  of  Regi- 
mental pay^  shall,  when  employed  on  the  Public  Works, 
receive  Engineer  pay  at  one  rate  lower  than  that  to  which, 
if  they  were  on  dismounted  rates,  they  would  be  entitled. 

182.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  706  :— 

Art.  706a.  9<Nla.  Non-commissioned  Officers  of  Our  Royal  Engineers 

keeping  the  accounts  of  their  respective  Troops  or  Companies 
shall  receive  Engineer  pay  at  the  following  daily  rates : — 

When  kocpiof;  the  accounts  of  a  Dcp6t  Company  . .  A  rat*?. 
When  keeping  the  acrountji  of  a  Troop,  DepAt  of  Troops, 
or  a  Compauj  other  than  a  Dop6t  Company,  lianng 
an  KstAblUhment  of  more  than  80  rank  and  file  . .  B  rate. 
Wlien  keeping  the  accounts  of  a  Troop,  Depdt  of  Troops, 
or  n  C'om|ianT  other  than  a  Dep6t  OompanT,  hanng 
an  Kftabluhment  of  less  than  80  rank  and  ffle  .  •     At  the  Second  rale. 

At  such  rates  (not 
exceeding  the 
Second  rate)  aa 
Our  Secretary  of 
State  ihall  det«r- 
^    mine. 

183.  The  opening  paragraph  of  Article  714  shall  stand  amended 

as  foliows : — 

Art.  714.  ''Each  non-commissioned  officer  and  man  of  the  Royal 

Kngineera  who  may  be  in  receipt  of  dismounted  rates  of 
liegimcntal  pay  and  who  is  rated  at  a  higher  rate  than  the 
fifth  and  is  not  a  recruit,  shall  receive  Engineer  pay  at  one 
rate  lower  than  his  rating." 


When  keeping  the  accounts  of  a  Detachment 


•  a 


23  [Unroll  1SS9. 


» 


Fmance  (Bdgular  Fotcbb)— continued. 

Clause  37 

The  following  shall  be  added  to  paragraph  3 :—  •••Wmwrf. 

"  or  when  employed  as  Drill  Instructors  at  the  School  of 
Military  Engineering.'* 

The  words  ''or  when  employed  with  flying  columns/'  shall  be 
added  to  paragraph  5^  and  the  words  '^  or  flying  columns/'  shall 
be  added  to  paragraph  6^  and  the  following  shall  be  added  as 
paragraph  (9)  of  the  same  Article : — 

(9.)  When  going  through  the  course  of  Musketry  Instruc- 
tion at  Our  School  of  Musketry  at  Hy  the. 

134.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  720 : — 

V90*  A  soldier  serving  with  the  Permanent  Staff  of  the  Art.  720- 
Militia  on  his  Army  engagement  shall^  except  as  provided  in 
Article  721^  receive  pay  according  to  the  rank  held  by  him  in 
the  Militia,  and  at  the  same  rate  as  if  serving  in  such  rank 
with  a  battalion  or  corps  of  the  corresponding  arm  of  Our 
Regular  Forces.  Soldiers  of  the  Royal  Engineers  serving 
with  the  Engineer  Militia  shall  receive  Engmeer  pay  under 
the  same  conditions  as  if  serving  with  Our  Royal  Engineers. 

135.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  723 : — 

Y28a.  Extra-duty  pay  at  the  following  rates  shall  beArt.  723«. 
granted : — 

(a.)  To  the  Serjeant  appointed  to  act  as  Paymastei- 
Seijeant  of  a  Militia  Regiment  or  Battalion,  either  during 
a  vacancy  in  that  appointment,  or  when  there  is  neither  a 
Paymaster-Serjeant  provided  on  the  Establishment,  nor  any 
non-commissioned  officer  specially  provided  to  act  in  that 
capacity  in  combination  with  any  other  duty. .         6d.  a  day 

Except  in  the  case  of  a  vacancy  this  extra-duty  pay  shall 
be  issuable  only  during  Preliminary  Drill  and  Trainings  and 
during  a  subsequent  period  of  14  days^  while  the  non-com- 
missioned officer  is  employed  in  making  up  the  accounts. 

(b.)  To  the  Seijeant  acting  as  Serjeant-Drummer  or 
Serjeant-Bugler  of  a  Militia  Battalion  during  a  vacancy, 

6d.  a  day. 

(c.)  To  the  Serjeant  acting  as  Provost-Serjeant  for  a 
Militia  Regiment  or  Battalion,  during  preliminary  drill  or 
training,  as  laid  down  in  Articles  745  to  749  of  this  Our 
Warrant. 

(d.)  To  the  Serjeant  acting  as  Serjeant-Instructor  of 
Musketry  to  a  Militia  Battalion  during  a  vacancy  in  that 
appointment,  as  laid  down  in  sub-sectiou  IX.  of  Art.  640  of 
tfcs  Our  Warrant. 


narcli  1889.]  24 


Fmance  (Begnlar  Forcmy-conHnued. 


GlanseS? 

eomtinwed. 


Art  760. 


(e.)  To  the  Serjeant  acting  as  Serjeant-Instructor  of 
Gunnery  to  a  Militia  Regiment  when  there  is  a  vacancy  in 
that  appointment^  during  training  and  for  such  period,  not 
exceeding  three  months,  as  he  may  be  actually  employed  on 
the  duty  of  instructing  the  other  members  of  the  Permanent 
Staff  during  the  non-training  period   •  •         • .  U.  a  day. 

(/.)  To  the  Serjeant  appointed  to  take  chaise  of  the 
Library  when  specially  sanctioned       . .         . .         8rf.  a  day. 

186.  The  words  ''Commissariat  and  Transport  Corps  and 
Ordnance  Store  Corps,"  shall  be  added  after  ''Engineers"  in 
the  ninth  line  of  Article  760. 

Art.  764-n.        137,  rj j^^  following  shall  be  inserted  after  the  word  "  /fow- 
l^ordier  "  in  the  second  line  of  Article  764 — II.  :— 

"  or  an  artificer  helow  the  rank  of  Staff  Serjeant.*' 

Art.  766.  138.  in  paragraph  (A)  of  Article  766  the  words ''  or  by  the  Com- 

manding Officer  of  one  of  Our  Ships  "  shall  be  added  after  the 
word  "  Officer  "  in  the  third  line,  and  the  words  "  or  under  deten- 
tion on  the  charge  for  absence  without  leave  for  which  he  is  after- 
wards awarded  imprisonment  by  his  Commanding  Officer,"  shall 
be  added  after  the  word  "  Court- Martial "  in  the  fourth  line  of  the 
same  paragraph. 

139.  The  following  shall  be  inserted  after  Article  766  :— 
Art.  766(fl).  YOOa.  A  soldier  shall  be  regarded  as  absent  or  imprisoned 

under  detention  for  one  day  within  the  meaning  of  Article 
766  — 

(1.)  When  he  has  been  absent  without  leave  or  in  con- 
finement under  detention  for  six  consecutive  hour^, 
whether  wholly  in  one  day  or  partly  in  one  day  and 
partly  in  another. 

(2.)  When,  owing  to  his  absence  without  leave  or  con- 
finement under  detention,  he  has  been  prevented 
from  fulfilling  some  military  duty  wh'ch  w«i$ 
thereby  thrown  on  some  other  person. 

Art.  766'/')  •  tOBb,  If  a  soldier  has  been   absent  or  in  confinement 

under  detention  for  one  day  as  above  defined,  and  remains 
absent  or  in  confinement,  he  shall  be  regarded  as  absent  or  in 
confinement  for  an  additional  day  for  every  period  of  »ix 
hours  reckoned  an  in  Art.  76f)a,  provided  such  period  of  six 
hours  is  in  excess  of  those  reckoned  as  part  of  the  previous 
day's  absence  or  confinement,  and  provided  the  number  of 
days  during  which  the  soldier  can  be  regarded  as  absent  shall 
in  no  ease  exceed  the  number  of  days  durirg  the  whole  or 
a  portion  of  which  days  the  soldier  has  been  absent 


25  ^  [miareli  188;?. 


Finaiice  (Begular  Forcesh-continwd  Clause  37 

■  ""^  continued, 

906c.  A  8o]<)ier  shall  be  regarded  as  being  imprisoned  Art-  7QQ(c\' 
under  sentence  within  the  meaning  of  Article  766  for  every 
day  on  which  he  is  in  confinement  under  such  sentence, 
with  the  exception  of  the  day  on  which  the  imprisonment 
commences.  Such  day  will  be  regarded  as  a  day  of  imprison- 
ment under  detention  if  coming  within  the  terms  of  Articles 
766a  and  b. 

140.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  779 :  — 

TVOa.  A  nurse  employed  in  a  ward  for  infectious  diseases  Art«  779<i- 
shall  receive  Is.  a-day  if  appointed  for  permanent  service; 
if  employed  temporarily,  she  shall  receive  1*.  6d,  a-day. 

141.  The  words  "  Company  Serjeant-Major  "  shall  be  sub-  Art.  796. 
stituted  for  Colour-Serjeant  in  the  last  paragraph  of  Article  796^ 

and  the  following  addition  shall  be  made  to  that  Article  : — 

A  Company  Seijeant-Major  Military  Foreman  of  Works, 
after  six  years'  service  as  such,  shall  be  allowed  the  rank  and 
pay  of  Quarter-Master-Seijeant  Military  Foreman  of  Works. 

142.  The  words  "Company  Serjeant-Major"  shall  be  sub- Art.  798. 
stituted  for  "  Colour-Serjeant ''  in  the  sixth  line  of  Article  798. 

143.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  798  :— 

198a.  A  non-commissioned  officer  of  Our  Royal  Engi-  Art  798«. 
neers,  with  the  rank  of  Serjeant,  employed  as  a  clerk^  shall, 
on  appointment,  be  allowed  the  rank  and  rate  of  pay  granted 
by  Article  798  to  a  clerk  after  3  years'  service.  A  non- 
commissioned officer  of  the  rank  of  Quarter-Master-Serjeanc 
on  appointment  shall  be  allowed  the  rank  and  rate  of  pay 
granted  after  6  yeara'  service.  A  Quarter-Master-Serjeant, 
or  Troop  or  Company  Serjeant-Mjijor,  or  Troop  or  Company 
Quarter  Master-Seijeant,  may  be  permitted  to  reckon  his 
service  in  these  ranks  respectively  towards  the  higher  ranks 
and  rates  of  pay  laid  down  in  this  Article. 

1 41.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  798o. : — 

198 — I.  A  permanent  Engineer  clerkj  appointed  Quarter'*  Art.  798—1. 
Master 'Serjeant  before  the  1st  July  1881,  and  serving  as  such 
on  that  date,  shall  be  allowed  pay  at  the  higher  rate  of  5*.  i\d. 
a  day  after  completing  three  years*  service  in  the  rank. 

14G.  Article  800  shall  stand  amended  as  follows: — 

800.  A  non-commissioned  officer  of  Our  Royal  Engineers  Art.  800. 
employed  as  a  elerk  at  the  War  Office  in  London,  shall  be 
allowed  6d»  a  day  in  addition  to  the  rates  above  laid  down. 


Clause  37  Finance  (Begnlar  Forces)— co«<mtteA 

eontimed. 

Art-  826-  146.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  the  first  column  of  para- 

graph (rt)  of  Article  826 : — 

Or  who  hare  been  discharged  from  their  regiment*  or  corpe  while  eerring 
abroad,  except  pensionere  from  Our  Bojal  Malta  Feneible  Ariillny  who 
»hnll  be  considered  ae  holding  local  appointmenU  only. 

Art.  831.  147.  The  words  ** Serjeant-Instructor  in   Driir'  and  "Tem- 

porary Drill  Instructor  '^  shall  be  struck  out  of  Article  831. 

148.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  858  :— 

Art*  858<t.  MK8a.  A  Schoolmistress  shall  be  compulsorily  retired  on 

attaining  the  age  of  55  years^  or  so  soon  thereafter  aa  she 
*  shall  have  become  entitled  to  the  maximum  rate  of  pension 
laid  down  in  Article  1077. 

149.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  the  third  line  of 
Article  897  :— 

Art.  807.  "  45/.  for  Our  Commissariat  and  Transport  Corps,  10/. 

for  Our  " 

Art-  904.  150.  The  word   ''  since ''  shall  be  substituted  for  the  word 

"  from  "  in  the  last  line  of  Article  904. 

151.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  909 : — 

Art.  909.  0O9.  If  a  soldier  be  permitted  or  required  to  replace  a 

medal  wilfully  made  away  with  or  lost  through  carelessness, 
or  otherwise,  he  shall  be  subjected  to  a  stoppage  of  7$*  6d,  for 
the  medal  and  Is.  Gd.  for  the  clasp. 

152.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  918— L:— 

Art.  918— L  J^^y^  mlinted  before  the  2oth  July  1879  shall  recho%i  service 

Uncards  good-<()ndnvt  pay  from  thiU  date  irrespectivs  of  age. 

Art  930.  153.  The  words  "  to  the  Militia  or ''  shall  be  omitted  from  the 

second  line  of  paragraph  (a)  of  Article  930. 

Art 933.  ^^^'  ^^^  words  "may,  subject  to  the  restriction  in  Article 

980/'  shall  be  omitted  from  Article  988,  and  the  following  shall  be 
insertcd^in  their  place : — 

''  except  under  the  circumstances  defined  in  Articles  980 
and  931  shall  " 

Art-  933  I*^^^*  ^^  ^'^^  Regulations  for  Target  Practice  in  the  Caralry,  2nd 

pnze,  contained  in  Article  939,  after  the  word  '^  men "  in  the 
third  line,  the  following  words  shall  be  added  ''  or  in  the  case  of 
a  troop  of  Our  Household  Cavalry,  80  men." 


27 


[Iflareli  1BS9. 


Finance  (Regular  Forces)— con^muer?. 


Clause  37 

oontinned. 


156.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  the  Pay  Table  contained  Art  951. 
in  Article  951 : — 


Substantire  Bank,  &c.,  when 
placed  on  Half-pay. 

Cayalry.  • 

Infantry. 

Royal 
Artillery 
(excluding 

Coast 

Brigade) 

or  RoyaJ 

Engineers. 

Lieutenant   (after  6  yean*  verrioe  in 
that  rank)         .  •         . .         ... 

Daily. 
4    8 

Daily. 
4    0 

Daily. 
4    2 

157.  The  words  "  an  Inspector  or/*  shall  be  added  after  the  Art.  960. 
word  "  of"  in  the  first  line  of  Article  960. 

158.  In  the  tenth  line  of  Article  960—1.  the  "31*<  AfarcA  Art.  960-1. 
1882'*  shall  be  substituted  for  the  ''  Ist  August  1881 ";  the  words 

*^  if  residing  within  the  United  Kingdom,  or  before  the  \st  October  1881 
if  residing  elsewkerej"  shall  be  omitted ;  and  the  word  "  date''  shall 
be  substituted  for  ^^  dates  "  in  the  fifteenth  line. 

159.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  968 : — 

008.  An  Officer  who  may  become  temporarily  unfit  for  ser-  Art.  963. 
vice  in  consequence  of  wounds  or  injuries  received  or  of  ill-health 
contracted  in  the  service  as  certified  by  a  Medical  Boards  uiay^  if 
Our  Secretary  of  State  shall  decide  that  the  circumstances  under 
which  the  disability  was  contracted  are  not  such  as  to  pre- 
clude the  grant  of  half-pay,  be  granted  half-pay  until  he  shall 
recover  (subject  to  Article  964),  and  until  an  opportunity  shall 
occur  for  his  re-employment.  Such  Officer  shall  not,  however, 
remain  on  half-pay  beyond  the  age  fixed  by  this  Our  Warrant 
for  retirement  from  his  rank.  Except  in  the  case  of  wounds 
or  injuries  received  while  on  military  duty,  the  Officer  must 
have  served  with  a  Commission  in  Our  Regular  Army  for 
three  years,  unless  he  shall  have  been  promoted  from  the 
ranks  when  one  year's  service  only  as  a  Commissioned  Officer 
shall  be  required. 

160.  Article  964  shall  stand  amended  as  follows  r — 

0#4.  If  a  Combatant  Officer  after  remaining  for  a  period  Art.  964. 
of  not  less  than  one  year  on  half-pay, under  Art.963,  be  reported 
by  a  Medical  Board  to  be  permanently  unfit  for  ftirther  service, 
he  may  be  placed  upon  retired  pay  under  Article  9/8,  pro- 
vided he  shall  have  been  on  full-pay  for  a  total  period  of  at 
leasi  five  years  in  the  case  of  an  Officer  whose  disability  has 
been  incurred  in  and  by  the  service,  and-  of  at  least  twelve 
years  in  other  cases. 


IVf arch  tHH9.]  2f^ 


finance  (Regular  Forces)— «>ti/i«Me^. 


CIauba  37 
continued.         jgj    rpj^^  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  964  :— 

Art  964«.  004a.  If  a  Departmental  Officer  after  remaining  for  a 

period  of  not  less  than  one  year  un  half-pay  be  reported  by  a 
Medical  Board  to  be  pennanently  unfit  for  further  service, 
he  may,  provided  he  shall  have  been  on  full-pay  for  a  total 
perio<l  of  at  least  five  years^  in  the  case  of  an  Officer  whose 
disability  has  been  incurred  in  and  by  the  service,  and  of  at 
least  twelve  years  in  other  cases,  be  placed  upon  retired  pay, 
or  if  his  service  be  not  long  enough  to  entitle  him  to  ordinary 
retired  pay,  on  a  special  retired  pay  equal  to  the  half-pay  of 
his  rank,  provided  he  be  not  removed  for  misconduct  or  inca- 
pacity, under  Article  989a. 

Art.  967.  162.  The  words  "  if  service  therein  reckon  towards  military 

promotion  or  retirement'*  shall  be  omitted  from  Article  967. 

Art  968.  163.  Article  968  shall  be  cancelled. 

Art.  970.  16*.  The  words  "An  Officer  of  Our  Army  removed  from  ftilU 

pay  for  misconduct  or  incapacity  or**   shall   be  omitted  from 
Article  970. 


Ari971-III.       165.  The  words  '•'  or  107,''  shall  be  added  after  ^'  106,"  in  the 
third  line  of  Article  971 — III. 

166.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  971— V.  :— 

An.  971 -V.  OTl— v.   Unattached  pai/  shall  not  hf  drawn  hy  an  Ojfic^r 

holding  a  Civil  situation  con/erred  upon  him  on  or  after  the 
I  At  July  1881.  It  may  he  drawn  with  a  Civil  situation  coth- 
f erred  before  the  \st  July  1881,  and  in  such  case  the  limitatiouM 
corresponding  to  those  in  the  Appropriation  Act.  lH70,/<;r  halfi 
pay  shnll  apply  to  unattached  pay. 

Art. 972-  ^67.  In  the  second  line,  Article  972,  the  words  ''and  Article 

978/*  shall  be  inserted  after  *'  972— I.**,  and  the  following  shall  be 
substituted  for  the  first  Hue  of  paragraph  {h.)  of  that  article : — 

(6.)  iCi^or  (having  Buhttantire  rauk  bb  such). 

The  words  *'  but  below  the  age  of  48,'*  shall  be  added  after  the 
word  ^  40,'^  in  the  seventh  line  of  the  same  paragraph,  and  the 
words  '^  provided  he  shall  have  been  employed  as  Major''  shall  be 
added  after  the  words  '^  48  "  in  the  last  line  of  that  paragraph. 

The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  the  first  line  of  paregraph 
(<r.)  of  the  same  article  : — 


20  [March  1889< 


Finance  (Eegalar  Forcesi—continued. 

Clause  37 

continued, 
(c.)  Lieutdixant'Colonel  (hariiig  rcgimcutal  rank  as  sucli). 

Aud  the  words,  "provided  he  shall  liave  been  employed  as 
Licutenant-C.^olonel,"  shall  be  added  after  the  words  *^  55  "  in  the 
last  line  but  one  of  tlie  same  pnragrapli. 

The  following  shall    bo    substituted    (or    paragraph   (d)   of 
Article  972  :— 

(</.)  Oolonel— 

In  Our  Rojal  Artilleiy  or  Kjval  Engineerj,  450/.  a-jear ;  ia  Our 
Cayalry  or  Infanfr/,  420/.  a-jcar,  if  rctiro-l  under  tlio  following 
circumstances  :-;— 

(1.)  On  account  of  ngc. 

(2.)  After  removal  from  a  regiuiont  under  Article  81. 

(3.)  After  promotion  to  tlio  rank  of  Colonel  for  distinguished 
scrTiPc.  . 

(4.)  After  appointment  as  Aidc-de-Camp  to  the  Sovereign. 

(5.)  After  serving  for  five  years  on  tne  StaDT,  in  a  qualifying 
appointment,  with  rank  not  below  that  of  Lieutenant- 
Colonel. 

(6.)  After  serving  for  five  years  in  Our  Bojal  Artillery  or  Royal 
Engineers,  with  substantive  rauk  not  below  that  of  Lieu- 
tewmt-Colonel. 

(7.)  After  serving  for  six  years  with  substantive  rank  of  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel in  Our  Cavalry  or  in  Our  Infantry  of  the 
Line. 

(In  case  of  combined  service  the  period  required  shall  be  governed  by 
the  appointment  last  held). 

A  Colonel  not  qualified  as  abovei  as  a  Lieutenant-Colonel. 

« 

168.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  972  :— 

099(a).  An  Officer  on  half-pay,  if  he  had  been   placed  j^  g72a. 
on  half-pay  after  the  30th  September  1877,  shall,  on  being 
placed  on  retired  pay,  be  granted  such  rate  of  retired  pay  as 
his  full-pay  service  may  entitle  him  to,  pivvided  he  shall  not 
have  received  the  over-regulation  vgtlue  of  his  Commission. 

169.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  972 — I. : — 

019^1.  An  Officer  who  may  have  received  the  or^r- j^.  972-I. 
regulation  value  of  his  Commission  shall^  on  retirement^  if  below 
the  rank  of  Colonel,  or  if  a  Colonel  retiring  voluntarily  under 
the  age  of  55  years,  be  granted  only  retired  pay  equal  to  the 
half'pay  of  his  ranky  but  if  he  repay  the  sum  received  by  him 
for  ttie  over-regtUation  value  of  his  Commission,  he  s/iall  Itecome 
entitled  to  the  retired  pay  laid  down  in  Arts,  972,  978—1., 
978—11.,  978— III. 

0T9 — II.  If  a  Colonel  who  shall  have  received  a  sum  ofj^,  Q72-II. 
fnoney  ats  the  over-regulation  value  of  hut  Commission  shall  be 
placed  on  retirement  on  account  of  non-employment  before 
attaining  the  age  of  55  years,  lie  shall  be  granted  retired  pay  at 
the  rate  of  4201.  a  year,  together  with  any  compensation  which 
Our  Secretary  of*  State    ma^t    consular  just    under    Article 

97&-xn.       '  '         


]II«roh  1889.]  30 


Clause  37  Finance  (Regular  Forces)— <?o»<mtt«rf. 

Art.  972-III.  9^9 — III.  Aji  Officer  on  half-pay,  if  he  had  hem  jdoced 

on  half -pay  before  the  \$t  October  1877,  shally  on  beiny  placed 
on  retired  pay^  be  granted  a  rate  of  retired  pay  equal  to  Am 
half-pay. 

Art  972-IV.  OW — IV.  If  a  Captain,  Major,  or  Li  eat. -  Colonel  irho  shall 

have  been  compuhorily  removed  from  his  Regiment  and  xcho 
may  have  received  the  over-regulaiion  value  of  his  Commission 
be  placed  on  retirement  on  account  of  aye  or  non-employment ^ 
and  do  not  repay  his  over-regulation^  he  shall  be  granted  jrtired 
pay  exceeding  his  half  pay  by  50/.  a  year. 

Art  972-V.  919 — V.  A  General  Officer  xcho  shall  have  attained  the 

rank  of  Major- General  before  the  1st  July  1881,  and  tcho 
shall  have  been  retired  on  account  of  non-employment^  and  who 
shall  have  electedj  under  Article  960 — I.,  to  come  under  the  con-' 
ditions,  as  regards  retired  pay^  laid  down  in  this  Our  Warranty 
shall  be  liable  to  the  deduction,  prescribed  by  paragraphs  e^f^ 
and  g,  of  Article  972,  only  until  such  time  as  he  sliall  attain  the 
age  (H2  or  67  years,  as  the  case  may  be),  for  compulsory  retire^ 
ment  from  his  rank,  from  which  date  he  shall  be  granted  the 
maximum  amount  of  retired  pay  applicable  to  that  rank, 

170.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  973 : — 

Art  973.  OtS.  An  Officer  of  the   Coast  Brigade  of  Our   Royal 

Artillery,  a  Quarter-Master,  or  a  Riding-Master  retiring 
after  10  years*  commissioned  service  under  Articles  92,  95,  or 
96,  or  a  Captain  or  Lieutenant  of  Our  Army  Hospital  Corps  tch^ 
was  not  subject  to  retirement  under  Our  IVarraiit  of  the  1st  May 
1878,  if  compuhorily  retired,  shall  be  granted  retired  pay  at 
the  rate  of  200/.  a-year,  less,  in  the  case  of  Ofiiccrs  who  have 
not  completed  30  years'  total  service^  10/.  a-year  for  each 
complete  year  of  full-pay  senrico  under  20  years  (reckoned 
as  in  Article  68),  provided  that  the  retired  pay  shall  not  be 
thus  reduced  below  150/.  a-year.  If  on  retii*ement  the  Officer 
shall  not  have  completed  10  years*  commissioned  service^  he 
shall  be  granted  retired  pay  equal  to  the  half-pay  to  which  his 
service  may  entitle  him.  A  Quarter-Master  or  a  Riding- 
Master  who  may  be  in  receipt  of  pay  equivalent  to  the 
annuity  for  distinguished  or  meritorious  service,  under 
Article  199,  shall  continue  to  receive  such  pay  after  retire- 
ment in  addition  to 'the  retired  pay  specified  in  this  article. 

171.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  978 : — 

Art.  978-  flT^.  An  Officer  placed  on  retirement  on  the  ground  of 

permanent  infirmity  under  Articles  968  or  964,  or  retired 
under  Article  108,  shall,  if  not  removed  for  misconduct  or 
incapacity,  and  if  qualified  by  service  for  retired  par  under 
Article  961,  be  granted  the  rate  of  retired  pay  to  which  his 


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Finance  (Regular  Forces)— confinu<?rf. 

Clause  37 

service  may  entitle  him ;  but  if  the  period  of  his  service  ^^  ^'**'*  ' 
counting  towards  retirement  shall  have  been  less  than  20 
years,  he  may  be  granted  a  special  rate  of  retired  pay  of  200/. 
a  year,  less  lOL  a-year  for  each  complete  year  of  such 
service  less  than  20  years  reckoning  from  the  date  on  which 
the  Officer  was  first  placed  upon  half-pay,  provided  that 
such  retired  pay  shall  not  be  less  than  the  half-pay  of  his 
rank. 

172.  In  Article  978 — I.  the  words  "  or  compuhoinly  retired  under  Arfc.  978—1- 
AHicle  98— XL"  shall  be  added  after  the  words  "  Article  88—1.'' 
in  the  second  line,  and  the  words  "  or  compulsorily  retired^  under 
Article  100"  shall  be  adSed  after  the  words  ''Article  88— K/."  in 
the  third  line. 

178.  In  Article  978—11.  the  words  ''from  full-pay'*  shall  be  Art  978-11. 
inserted  after  the  word  "  retiring ''  in  the  first  line.  In  the  third 
line  the  words  "  the  retired  pay  of  a  Captain  of  Infantry  '*  shall 
.be  substituted  for  "  his  retired  pay^*  and  the  follotiing  shall  be  added 
at  the  end  of  the  article  "and  provided  he  teas  on  full  pay  on  the  30fA 
Jtme  1881."  A  Brevet^Major  removed  from  his  Regiment  at  the  age  of 
42  yearSy  shall  receive  the  retired  pay  laid  down  in  this  article  if  he 
elect  to  retire  from  Our  Army. 

174.  The  words  "from  fulUpay ''  shall  be  inserted  after  the  word  Art.  978-III. 
**  retiring  "  in  the  third  line  of  Article  978— III.     In  the  last  line 

for  the  words  *'  his  retired  pay,**  the  following  shall  be  substituted 
**  the  retired  pay  of  an  Officer  with  saleable  rights  as  a  Captain  of 
Infantry^'  and  the  following  shall  be  added  at  the  end  of  the  article 
"  and  provided  he  was  on  full  pay  on  the  ZOth  June  1881.'* 

175.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  978 — VI. : — 

•18 — VI.  An  Officer  of  Our  Foot  Guards  permitted  to  Art.  978-VI. 
retire  from  Our  Army  under  Article  88 — IV.  shall  receive 
special  retired  pay  of  450L  a^year,  and  also,  providing  he  shall 
not  have  received  the  over^regulation  value  of  his  Commission  at 
the  time  he  was  placed  on  half-pay,  a  gratuity  equal  to  such 
over-regulation  value, 

176.  The  words  "from  full^iy**  shall  be  inserted  after  the  Art  978-VII- 
word  **  retirement'^  in  the  fourth  line  of  Article  978 — VII. 

177.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  978 — IX. : — 

018 — IX.  A  lAeutenant'Colonel  serving  on  the  iOth  June  Art-  978-IX. 
1881  on  JuUrpay  of  a  regiment  of  Cavalry  or  Infantry ,  in  a 
position^  service  in  which  would  have  qualified  him  for  the  rank  of 
Colonel,  or  serving  at  that  date  on  t/ie  General^  Personal^  or 
Educational  Staff  in  an  appointment  tenable  for  a  limited  period 
of  five  or  seven  years,  or  a  Staff  Officer  of  Pensioners,  who  shall 
retire  on  account  of  age  before  completing  the  service  re^pnred  to 


march  1«K88.]  32 


Finance  (Regular  Forces)— ^ominued. 


Clause  37  entitle  him  to  promotion  to  tJie  rank  of  Colonel,  shall  be  ffranted 

eoHtinued.  retired  pay  at  the  rate  of  4201.  a-yeary  togeUier  xcith  a  gratmty 

equal  to  such  sum  as  the  Army  Purchase  Commissioners  would 
have  awarded  as  over-regulation  value  of  his  Commission  if  the 
officer  had  been  placed  on  half-pay. 

178.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Art.  978 — X.: — 

Art.  978-X.  0Ti*— X.  A  Regimental  Colonel  of  Our  Royal  ArtiUtry 

or  Royal  Engineers  appointed  as  such  before  the  1st  October 
1877,  may  be  granted  on  retirement  from  Our  Army  retired-pay 
of  650/.  a-year,  or  of  600/.  a  year  with  a  gratuity  of  5(X)/., 
provided  he  retire  before  the  1  st  Januury  1882,  or  retired  pay  of 
600L  a-ueavy  or  of  550/.  a-year  tcith  a  gratuity  of  500/.,  if  he 
retire  after  that  date.  A  Regimental  Colonel  of  the  same  Corps, 
appointed  as  such  after  the  SOth  September  1877,  may  be 
granted  on  retirement  from  Our  Army  retired-pay  of  600/. 
a-yeary  or  of  550/.  a-year  with  a  gratuity  of  500/.  A  Sul>- 
stantive  Lieutenant-Colonel  of  the  same  Corps  who  held  that 
Substantive  Rank  before  the  1st  October  1877,  may,  on  retiring 
from  Our  Army  before  the  1st  January  1882|  be  granted 
retired-pay  of  550/.  a-year,  or  of  500/.  a-year  with  a  gratuity 
of  625/. 

Art.  978—  179.  The  words  "  Article  102  or,'*  shall  be  added  after  the  word 

^^-  ** under"  in  the  fourth  line  of  Article  978 — XII.,  and  the  words 

*^  on  account  of  agcy^  in  the  eighth  line  of  the  same  article  shall  be 
omitted,  and  in  the  ninth  line  after  the  word  *'  OJicers,**  the 
following  shall  be  inserted,  *^  laid  down  and  regtdated  by  (hu* 
Warrant  of  the  1st  May  1878.'' 

Art  978-  180.  In  the  first  line  of  Article  978 -XIII.,  the  words  ^'AWJ 

XXXI.  rank  not  below  that  of"  shall  be  substituted  for  ^'  field  the  ratit 
of*';  in  the  foirlh  line  after  ^^  Article  80^"  the  words  *'or  shall 
retire  on  account  of  age  or  non-employment,  under  Article  ^02  or 
402 — /./'  shall  be  added ;  and  the  word  ''  net "  in  the  eighth  line 
shall  be  omitted. 

181.  The  following    shall  be    added   to  Article  978— XIX., 
after  the  word  *'  Pensioners^'*  in  the  second  line : — 

j^.  978^  '*  retiring  under  the  special  provisions  of  Article  112—11.'* 

XIX. 

and  in  the  last  line  of  the   la^it  column  300/.  shall  be  altered 

to  350/. 

182.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  97<j— XXI.:— 

Art.  978—  97H — XXI.  If  an  Officer  of  Our  Cavalry  or  Infantry 

XXI-  would  have  been  entitled,  under  the  Regulation  of  the  Forrrs 

Act,  1H71,  on  l*eing  placed  on  half-pay,  to  any  sum  of  money  om 
the  t her^Rt^gnhitlon  Value  of  hin  Commission^  and  if,  as  a  com* 


33  [march  18S:9. 


Finance  (Regular  Forces)— continjud. 


sequence  of  Our  Warrant  of  the  25/A  June  1881,  9r  iy  changes  Clause  37 
in  the  establishment  of  his  regiment  or  corps  made  on  vr  after     ^^txnued, 
the  \st  July  1881,  he  shall  be  prevented  from  receiving  it,  such 
Officer  may  be  granted  on  being  so  placed  on  half-pay  or  retired 
pay^  a  gratuity  equal  to  such  Over-Regulation  Value  of  his  Com* 
mission,  unless  pi^ecluded  by  the  terms  of  Article  94—1. 

183.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  978— XXL  :— 

Oil* — XXII.  An    Officer  removed  from    half -pay    and  Art-  978— 
granted  retired  pay  of  the  same  amount  shall  be  permitted  to     ^-^^* 
surrender  such  retired  pay  under  the  same  conditions  as,  and 
for  the  sum  for  which  he  would  have  been  entitled  to  surrender 
his  lialf'pay  under  the  Regulation  of  the  Forces  Act,  1871,  if 
he  had  remained  on  half-pay 

OT8 — XXIII.  A  Captain  or  Major  compulsorily  removed  Mt,  078— 
from  his  regiment  in  consequence  of  age  or  service,  and  promoted  ^^'''' 
on  half-^ay,  shall  be  permitted  at  any  time  before  being  again 
employed  on  full-pay,  to  retire  from  Our  Army  on  the  same 
retired  pay  as  he  could  have  received  on  being  removed  from 
his  regiment  had  he  then  so  retired, 

184.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  the  sixteenth  line 
of  the  pay  table  contained  in  Article  980 : — 

On  retirement  under  Art.  272,  or 
under  Art.  272—1.,  if  with  15  years* 
•errioe  in  the  rank  . . 

185.  The  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  980—11.  :— 

•80 — III.  An  Officer  retired  under  Article  271 — 1.9  Art- 980-IIL 
272 — I.,  273 — I.,  or  274,  who  joined  the  Department  from  a 
Regiment  or  Corps,  and  was  allowed  to  receive  the  value  of  his 
Regimental  Commission  shall  be  grarited  such  proportion  of  the 
retired  rates,  specified  in  Art.  980,  as  Our  Secretary  of  State 
shall  consider  to  be  just  in  reference  to  the  service  rendered  to 
the  Department. 

186.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  the  eighteenth  line 
of  the  pay  table  contained  in  Article  983 : — 

On  retirement  under  Art.  855,  or 

under  Art.  855 — L,  if  withlS  years' 

service  in  the  rank  ..         •• 

187.  The  words  ''  an  Inspector  or ''  shall  be  added  after  the  Art-  988. 
word  ""  oV*  in  the  first  line  of  Article  988  :— 

188.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  989  :— 

•Ml.  And   an  Officer  removed  for  miscondact  or  inca-  Art  989* 
padty  shall  be  dealt  with^  in  regard  to  retiring  allowanc3y  as 
Our  Secretary  of  State  may  deteraoine. 


Tcarlj. 

Frarly. 

Daily.        Art.  980i 

£ 

£ 

«    «.     d. 

450 

450 

— 

Tewly. 

Tmrbi, 

i>a%.     Art  983. 

« 

« 

«    «.    d. 

450 

450 

— 

]  34 


Clause  37  Finance  (Begnlar  TGrce&y-contimud. 

Alt  ego.  189.  The  words  <' signified  by  Our  Secretarj  of  Sttte^"^  ahall 

be  omitted  from  Article  990. 

190.  Article  991  aball  stand  amended  as  feUowa  :^ 

Art-  991-  SHI.  If  an  Officer  who  shall  haye  been  seconded  to  bold 

a  Civil  situation,  or  an  Officer  of  Royal  Engineers  who  shall 
have  been  permitted  to  accept  a  Civil  situation  under 
Article  54,  shall  retire  from  Our  Army,  his  retired  pay  from 
Army  Funds  shall  be  at  the  rate  to  which  his  servicOp 
ioclitding  his  service  in  soch  Civil  sitoation,  shall  entitle 
him ;  but  such  retired  pay  shall  not  be  issued  to  the  Officer 
while  holding  a  Civil  situation.  Hie  Officer  may,  however, 
retire  from  Our  Army  on  the  retired  pay  or  fgnkmtj  to 
which  his  service,  exclusive  of  his  service  in  a  Civil 
situation,  may  entitle  him,  and  in  auch  case  he  may^  subject 
to  Article  990,  draw  such  retired  pay  or  gratuityj  notwith- 
standing thai  he  hold  a  Civil  situation. 

Art  1008.  191.  The    following    shall    be    added    to    paragnqpb    9  of 

Article  1008  :— 


The  limit  of  25  years  in  excess  of  the  age  of  his  wife  shall 
fust  apply  in  the  ease  of  an.  Officer  who  married  before  tks  Isi 
July  1881,  if  he  shall  lice  after  sMch  marriage  ai  faaatagf 
years* 

and  the  following  shall  be  added  as  paragraph  5  of  tie  same 
Article:  — 

{9b.)  If  the  deceased  Officer  shall  have  retired  firom  Our 
Anty  with  a  graiiiity  nnder  Artide  972. 

Art  1026-1.        192.  The  fallowing  shall  be  snbstitutad  Ibr  t&e  aofeirtk  U>  the 
teisldi  Hnea  of  Article  1026— L  :— 

the  pension  with  or  without  gratmty  wMeh  wmghi  be 
granted  under  this  Our  Warranty  a  gratuity  eqpud  te  the 
regulation  price  actually  paid  by  the  Officer  for  hie 
Commissions^,  or  on  annuity  fixed  by  Our  Secretary  of  Staimae 
equivalent  to  tlie  regulation  vabm  of  the  last  ealeahle  Qms* 
miesion  held  by  the  Officer,     Such  annuity 

The  words  ^  the  annuity  provided  in'*  AsM  be  omifefed  horn 
the  fourteenth  fine  of  the  same  Article. 

193.  The  fofiowing  shall  be  added  after  Axtide  1026— IL:~ 

^i  1036^  lOS^— III,  The   widow's    pension    and    eompaesianaie 

™*  allowance  granted  to  the  fam^  ftf  et  decaaaed  Calomel  wHo  ra 

ike  letJmfy  IMlkeid  remkmd  behm-tMat  of  Xtwiiii—#  fobmel^ 
ekaUia^tke  r^  Imd  ihmm/bt  ika  rmJbaf  Cokmwtm4hsr 
Warrant  qf  the  1st  Mm$  UITS. 


$S  [: 


VxBtam  (Begnlar  FoEGMH<»n^m«^ 


Clause  ST 

IMw  Arftiele  lOSa  thaU  stand  mended  is  Ibtk^a.*^  c<m49mei. 

10!S8.  The  pennon  issuable  to  a  Warrant  Officer  shall  be  ^^'  ^^^^* 
as  follows  :— 

In  case  of  dbabiKtv  or  redsetioa  of  SshiklislinMu^  or 
retiring  Yotontarik^,  aftet  ftre  yeaiis^  serrioe  aB  a 
Warrant  Officer  i-^  D»9y; 

A^ter  20  yean'  aerrico       •  •         . «,        •  •         , .         8    6 

Oil  retirement  from  any  cause  provided  be  baa  five 
year^*  service  as  a  Wairrani  OfiSioev :— ^  Paily. 

After  25  jeftn'  Borrice  •  •         •  •         • ,         4    0 

,r    80  „  if  ft  ConAnolcr,  ^eladin^l      «    ^ 

15  jeam  9»  a  Conductor  j 

195.  The  two  first  lines  of  Article  1029  shall  be  cancelled^  Art.  1029. 
and  the  Article  shall  commence : — "  A  Warrant  OflScer,  if  dis-' 
charged  for  disability ,  &c/'  and  the  words,  ^of  Class  I/'  shall  be 
inserted  after  the  words  "  Non-commissioned  Officer  ^  in  the  same 
Aitictew 

196.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  1030 : — 

1030.  A  Warrant  Officer  retiring  voluntarily  with   21  Art.  1030. 
years^  but  lesa  than  25  yearsf*  service^  and  be£Mre  be  shaU  have 
completed  five  years  aa  a  Warrant  Offieer,  mcluding  service 
r^chmimg  m»  WcnroMt  Officers^  tervic^  mkier  Artide  519 — I-t 
shall  be  giauied  a  pensioa  oi  3«»  a^y« 

197.  The  last  paragraph  of  Article  103^1^  connnenciBif  with  Art.  1031* 
4he  words^  **  In  the  ease  oj  a  Conductor^  shall  be  cancelled,  and 

the  following  shall   be  added  to  that  Artide,  after  the  word 
^  death  '*  in  the  eighth  line : — 

^  or  who,  if  h€  yetirea  voluntarily,  shall  have  ocunpleted 
not  less  than  35  vears*  servioe.^' 

198.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  the  last  line  of  Art  1032. 
Claas  III.(B)  in  the  Table  of  Classification  for  purposes  of  Pension 
contained  in  Article  1032  : — 

Seijeaat  Artificer. 

The  words  "  Corporal  Carpenter,*'  '*  Corporal  Tinsmith," 
and  ''Corporal  Telegraphist,''  shall  be  omitted  from  Class  lY. 
and  ''  Corporal  Artificer"  shall  be  inserted  in  their  stead. 

The  following    shall    be    substituted    for  the    last   line   of 
CktalV.:— 

Paid  Lance-Corporal  Private  or  Sapper  of  the  Band,  (mt 
Musician  after  12  years'  service  as  such. 

The  words  "Carpenter,"  "Tinsmith,"  "Telegraphist 
Artificer,"  shall  be  omitted  from  Class  Y.,  and  "A^ficer" 
substituted  in  their  place. 

d2 


Mareh  1S89.]  36 


Clause  37  Finance  (Begular  TorceBy-continued. 


Ark  1033.  199.  In  the  twelfth  line  of  Article  1033  the  word  "  atteaUtioa  ^ 

shall  be  substituted  for  ''  enlistment.'^ 

Ark  1035.  200.  In  Article  1035  the  words  '<  provided  he  shall  have  senred 

at  least  one  year  in  such  class/'  shall  be  inserted  after  the  word 
"service"  in  the  fourth  line,  and  the  following  shall  be  substituted 
for  the  last  paragraph  of  the  same  Article : — 

If  after  or  within  one  year  of  completing  21  years'  service^ 
the  soldier  shall  have  been  promoted  to  a  higher  class,  and  be 
discharged  whilst  holding  the  rank,  he  may  be  granted  an 
addition  of  Sd.  to  his  rate  of  pension,  provided  he  shall  have 
completed  a  period  of  not  less  than  25  years  service ;  but  in 
no  case  shall  the  addition  be  granted  unless  he  shall  have 
served  at  least  one  year  in  the  rank  in  which  he  was  pro- 
moted. 

201.  The  following  shall  be  substituted  for  the  last  paragraph 
of  Article  1088  :— 

Arkl038k  In   cases  of   disability  contracted   in    but   not  by  the 

Service,  Our  Commissioners  of  Chelsea  Hospital  may  award  a 
permanent  pension  after  18  years'  service. 

202.  The  following  shall  be  added  to  Article  1061  :— 

Art.  lOOL  In  cases  of   disability  contracted    in  but  not  by  the 

Service^  Our  Commissioners  of  Chelsea  Hospital  may  award  m 
temporary  pension  for  a  period  not  exceeding  three  years 
(subject  to  renewal  as  provided  in  Article  1065),  after  a  service 
of  from  14  to  18  years.  In  a  special  case^  the  foregoing  limits 
as  to  service  shall  not  be  insisted  on. 

Given  at  Our  Court  at  Windsor,  this  22nd  day  of  Febmarj 
1882,  in  the  45th  year  of  Our  Reign. 

By  Her  Majesty's  Command, 

HUGH  C.  E.  CHILDEES 


87  [Haroli  1889. 


Finance  (Regular  Forces)— continued. 


Allowance  Begnlations,  1881— Quarters  for  Servants  of 

Officers  of  the  Boyal  Engineers. 

The  foUowiag  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  241   of  the  Clause  38. 
AUowaDce  Regulations,  1881    (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  I.j  Part 

m.)  :— 

94Aa,  A  Captain  or  Lieutenant  of  Royal  Engineers  will 
be  entitled  to  a  whole  room  or  kitchen  for  a  cinlian  servant 
instead  of  half  a  room  as  in  the  ordinary  regimental  scale. 
Officers  of  Royal  Engineers  in  receipt  of  Forage  or  Forage 
Allowance  will  be  entitled  to  a  room  for  civilian  grooms  in 
addition  to  the  accommodation  authorized  for  their  personal 
servants. 

Instructions  to  Officers  paying  Pensioners. 

Instructions  to  Officers  paying;  Pensioners  have  been  approved,  Clause  39. 
and  have  been  issued  to  those  concerned. 


ii^AmaiMiAMn  roBOBS. 


MILITIA. 


Bounties. 

1.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  5710,  added  dause  40< 
to  the  Militia  Regulations  by  Clause  133^  Army  Circulars,  1881 : — 

ftVla.  A  recruit  enlisted  for  a  Militia  battalion  of 
Infantry,  stationed  at  the  Head- Quarters  of  a  Regimental 
District,  and  drilled  in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of 
paragraph  2286,  and  of  paragraphs  228c,  or  228(2,  added  to 
the  Militia  Regulations  by  Oeneral  Order  149  of  1881,  is  not 
entitled  to  bounty  on  enrolment.  He  will,  however,  subject 
to  the  usual  conditions  as  to  the  issue  of  bounty  during  pre« 
liminary  drill  and  training,  be  granted  bounty  as  follows:— 

£    f. 

(a).  If  enlisted  more  than  .3  months  before  the 
date  fixed  for  the  annual  training. 
On  dismissal  to  his  home  at  the  termination 

of  recruit  drill  . .         .  •         • .         .  •        10 

(6).  If  enlisted  within  3  months  but  more  than 
68  days  before  the  date  fixed  for  the 
annual  training. 
On  dismissal  to  his  home  at  the  termina- 
tion ol  the  training      •  •         •  •         •  •       1  10 


MMmmJ]  ^ 


Finanee  (AuilMcry  Fwceu)-«f^wued. 


Clause  40  (c).  If  enlisted  within  63  days  of  the  date  fixed 

^»if*i'»*^  for  tke  animal  tramitig. 

On  disniTS9al  to  his  home  xm  completing  the 
68  days'  drill  required  of  lam,  exclusive 
of  the  period  of  training  •  •         •  •        1  M 

5Tl6.  Bounty  will  not  be  allowed  to  recruHs  drilled  iii 
aocordanoe  with  the  provisions  of  paragraph  2SSb,  228<;,  or 
228(1,  who  on  joining  for  drill  are  fonnd  to  be  permanently 
«iifit. 

2.  Bounty  will  not,  in  lany  case,  be  paid  without  the  special 
authority  of  the  General  Officer  Commanding  the  District  to 
recruits  drilled  in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of  paragraph 
2286,  228c,  or  228^,  who  are  dismissed  to  their  homes  during  dnll 
as  temporarily  or  permanently  unfit.  Applications  for  such  autho- 
rity will  be  accompanied  by  a  return  in  the  form  given  in  the 
Appendix  (page  46). 

Fay  and  Allowances  of  Men— Levy  Money. 

Clause  4L        ^^®  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  618  of  the 
Regulations  for  the  Militia^  1880  (Army  Kegulations,  Vul.VIlI.) : — 

618.  No  levy  money  will  be  admissible  for  boys  enlisted 
under  paragraphs  157,  158,  and  159,  for  men  joining  the 
Militia  ReservCj  or  for  men  who  re-enlist  or  re-engage  in  the 

Militia. 


YOLITNTBERS. 


Tra(veUing  Allowances  for  Attending  Oun  Praotioe  or 

United  Drill. 

n  dSt        '^^  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraphs  764  and  766  of 

Viaose  %A  ^^Q  Regulations  for  the  Volunteer  Force,  1881  (Array  Regulatiooai 
Vol.  IX.)  :— 


In  A  Corps  of  Artillery  Volunteers,  in  order  to  cover 
the  co«t  of  travelling,  carriage  of  guns,  or  other  necessary 
expenses  incidental  to  attendance  at  gun  practice,  an  annud 
allowance,  calculated  as  prescribed  in  paragraph  767,  wiil  be 
granted  on  account  of  every  Battery  whose  practice  range  ia 
at  a  greater  distance  than  five  miles  from  its  authorised  firill 
Station,  unless  durins;  any  part  of  the  year  the  Corps  to  which 
the  Battery  belongs  has  carried  on  its  gun  practice  in  a  regi- 
mental camp,  in  which  case  this  allowance  will  not  be  drawa 
by  those  members  who  have  attended  the  Camp.  Travelling 
allowance  will  not  be  granted  to  Artillery  Volunteer  Corpe 
for  attendance  at  United  Drill. 


89  [ 


ilnance  (Auxiliary  F<aoe&)''co9umu4d. 


7&S.  When  any  of  the  members  of  a  Battery  of  an  Clause  42 
Artillery  Volunteer  Corps  which  has  its  practice  range  within  continued. 
five  miles  of  its  anthorised  Drill  Station,  are  unable  to  carry 
on  rifled  gnn  practice  at  such  range,  and  proceed  under 
authority  of  the  General  Officer  Commanding  the  District  a 
greater  distance  than  five  miles  from  the  authorized  Drill 
Station  of  the  Battery  for  the  purpose  of  carrying  on  rifled 
gun  practice,  an  allowance  of  5s.  will  be  granted  annually 
on  account  of  each  efficient  so  attending.  The  claim  for 
such  allowance  on  Army  Form  M  1416  should  be  supported 
by  a  copy  of  the  authority  of  the  General  Officer  Command- 
ing the  District. 

Capitation  Allowances. 

The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  779  of  the  Eegula-  Clause  43, 
lions  for  the  Volunteer  Force,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  IX.}: — 

n9a.  In  caseswhere  the  Commanding  Officer  and  the  three 
Members  of  the  Finance  Committee  have  handed  over  portions 
of  the  Capitation  Allowances  to  Officers  Commanding  detached 
troops,  batteries,  or  companies,  a  detail  of  the  expenditure  of 
such  portions  will  be  rendered  to  the  Commanding  Officer* 
and  the  three  Members,  to  enable  them  to  prepare  the 
account  referred  to  in  sub-section  (e)  of  paragraph  779.  A 
copy  of  the  detail  of  the  expenditure  will  also  be  posted  at  the 
drill  station  of  the  detached  troop,  battery,  or  company. 


EQUIPMEMT  BEOULATIONS. 


Ujflcellaneous  Stores  and  Instructions. 

1.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  166  of  the  Claose  44. 
Equipment  Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  III.)^  and 

the  Ap|)endix,  page  47,  will  be  added  to  the  said  Kegulations  after 
Appendix  XI: — 

IMkr.  In  <Mrder  to  prevent  accidents  to  vessels  and  to 
facilitate  the  practice  from  coast  batteries,  a  red  flag  will 
be  issued  to  practice  batteries  where  the  range  is  much 
frequented  by  shipping.  A  list  of  the  works  which  will  be  so 
supplied  is  given  in  Appendix  Xla, 

2.  The  following  additions  will  be  made  to  the  above-mentioned 
Bepdations;  at 

Page  148,  after  ««mtws''y 

Pages  156  and  161,  ofler  ''Bmshea,  water,  eaniige^'; 
Page  165,  after  **  Cans,  tin,  oil  '*;  and 
Pages  170  and  173,  afer  «  cnMOlt''; 
Insert — 

na|^  rod,  B.A«  I  1  f or  esoh  pnotice  batteiy  |  ^«0  para.  166a  and  App.  Xla, 


liareb  1SS9.]  40 


Equipment  Regulations  (Begular  Forces) —continued. 


Harking  Regimental  Equipment. 

CSause  45.  Instractions  for  marking  regimental  equipment  hare  been 
approved,  and  have  been  issued  to  those  concerned. 

xt.—iLjnaiMiBMY  rosoBS. 

Requisitions  for  Equipment 

Clause  46.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  511  of  the 
Volunteer  Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  IX.),  and  for 
paragraph  1126  of  the  Militia  Regulations,  1880  (Army  Emula- 
tions, Vol.  VIII.)  :— 

All  R^^quisitions  for  Artillery  Equipments  will  be  forwarded 
through  the  Officer  Commanding  Auxiliary  Artillery  in  the 
Sub-District  to  the  Senior  Ordnance  Store  Officer,  who  will 
deal  with  those  for  exchange  of  Artillery  stores  generally  in 
the  usual  manner,  but  will  forward  those  for  new  equipments, 
or  for  the  exchange  of  guns  and  carriages,  for  the  consideration 
of  the  Director  of  Artillery  and  Stores,  previously  inserting  in 
«  the  proper  column  the  articles  which  can  be  supplied  {rota 
the  station. 


CLOTHING  AND  NECES8ABIE8. 


z^maav&As  rom 


Prices  of  Clothing  and  Necessaries. 

Clause  47.  1«  1*he  List  of  Prices  printed  in  the  Appendix  (pages  48  to  71) 
will  regulate  the  sums  to  be  charged  to  the  Regtilar  Forces  for  all 
articles  of  Clothing  or  Necessaries  issued  on  payment  on  and  after 
the  IH  April  1882,  except  at  those  Foreign  Stations  where  this 
Army  Circular  shall  not  have  been  received  on  that  date,  in  which 
ca^es  the  prices  contained  in  the  Appendix  to  Clause  60,  Army 
Circulars,  1881,  as  amended  by  Clause  199,  Army  Circulars,  1881, 
will  continue  in  force  until  the  receipt  of  this  Army  Circular  at 
the  Station.  The  date  of  such  receipt  will  be  inserted  in  the 
Annual  Clothing  and  Necessaries  Account. 

2.  Articles  of  an  obHolete  pattern,  or  such  as  are  omitted  from 
the  accompanying  lists,  will,  if  on  charge,  be  sold  at  the  rates  laid 
down  in  the  most  recent  Li«t  of  Prices  of  Clothing  and  Neoeasaries 

Eublinhed  by   Army  Circulars,  in  which  such  articles  may  have 
pen  included. 

8.  Clause  60  (except  as  regards  head-dresser),  and  Clause  199, 
Army  Circulars,  1881,  are  hereby  cancelled. 


41  [llarcli  1889. 


Clotiiing  and  Necessaries  (Auxiliary  Forces). 


zx.--AinczxiXAav  roaoas. 


MILITIA. 


Prices  of  Clothing  and  Necessaries. 

1.  The  List  of  Prices  printed  in  the  Appf'adix  (pages  48  to  71)  Clause  48. 
will  regulate  the  sums  to  be  charged  to  the  Militia  for  such  articles 

of  Clnthing  or  Necessaries  as  may  be  issued  on  payment  on  and 
after  1st  April  1882. 

2.  Should  a  battalion  or  regiment  he  assembled  for  training  on 
the  Ist  April  1882,  the  rates  laid  down  in  the  Appendix  to  Clause 
61,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  will  be  charged  for  any  articles  issued 
on  payment  prior  to  that  date,  and  those  given  in  the  Appendix 
to  this  Circular  on  and  after  that  date. 

3.  If  any  articles,  which  are  not  articles  of  free  kit  or  clothing, 
be  required  on  payment,  a  separate  requisition  will  be  forwarded 
for  them,  and  they  will  not  be  included  in  the  annual  account. 
Payment  for  such  articles  will  be  made  during  the  quarter  in  which 
they  are  received,  or  (in  the  event  of  their  being  received  during 
the  laat  month  of  a  quarter)  in  the  succeeding  quarter. 

4.  Articles  of  obsolete  patterns,  or  such  as  are  omitted  from 
the  accompanying  lists,  will,  if  on  charge,  be  sold  at  the  rates  laid 
down  in  the  mc^t  recent  List  of  Prices  of  Clothing  and  Necessaries, 
published  by  Army  Circulars,  in  which  such  articles  may  have 
been  included. 

5.  All  articles  of  an  obsolete  pattern  will  be  issued  before  any 
mppliea  of  a  more  recent  pattern  are  taken  into  use. 

6.  Rates  applicable  to  the  Channel  Islands  Militia  are  included 
in  the  Appendix. 

7.  Clause  61,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  is  hereby  cancelled,  except 
as  regards  head-dresses. 


GENERAL  REGULATIONS. 
I.— sBouxiAa  roacss. 

Legal  Proceedings. 

The  following  will  be  added,  after  paragraph  15,  to  the  Regula-  Clause  49. 
txma  reliting  to  Le^al  Proceedings  abroad,  contained  in  Clause  32, 
Am;  CircnlarB.  1881 : — 

Ifta.  The  Colonial  authorities  will  be  called  upon  to  pro- 
secute civilian  offenders,  unless  the  case  be  of  so  grave  or 
special  a  character  as  to  make  it  desirable  that  special  agents 
•hould  be  employed  on  behalf  of  the  Home  Government. 


^]  43 


€(eneral  BegoIatioBS — emtimud, 

■  ■  —  ^ 

Militaiy  Books. 

Clause  50.  With  reference  to  Clause  178^  Army  Circulars,  1879,  to  Clause 
132^  Army  Circulars,  1880,  and  to  Clause  285,  Army  Circulars, 
1881,  the  undermentioned  books  have  been  published,  and  will  be 
added  to  the  list  of  xrorks  promulgated  by  the  Appendix  to  the 
last*named  Clause,  which  wiU  be  amended  accordingly : — 

Examination  Pap«n,  Admission  to  Staff  Coll^o,  Norember  and 

December  1881      ..         .,  0    9 

Begulations  for  the  Supply  of  Stores  to  an  Arm j  /  ntitehed     • .       0    7 

in  the  Field         \  cloth         •  •       18 

Musketry  Text  Book,  Addenda  to«  1881.  ("Arms  of  Foreign 
Countries/'  translated  from  "  Aide  Memoiro  k  Vvumt/b  dea 
OiBcien  d'Artillerie  " ) O    i 


Army  Advertisements. 

Clause  5L        ^*  '^^  following  has  been  added  to  the  List  of  Newpapen.  in 
which  Army  Advertisements  are  authorised  to  appear : — 

"Ooole  Weekly  Times  (Yorkshire)/* 

2.  The  '^ Evening  News''  has  been  removed  from  the  List. 

8.  The  List  of  Newspapers  promulgated  by  Clause  186,  Army 
Circulars,  1880,  will  be  amended  accordingly. 


n^-^AUXxxti A mT  avd  sbsjuivb  romcBS. 

Medical  Inspection  of  1st  Class  Army  Reserve. 

Claose  52'       ^^  ^  notified,  with  reference  to  paragraph  2,  Clause  87,  Army 
'  Circulars,  1879,  that  the  medical  inspection  of  men  of  the  1  st  Clan 
Army  Reserre  will  be  postponed  from  April  until  July  1882* 


ARMY  FORMS. 

Clause  53.        i.  The  following  new  Army  Forms  have  been  approved: — 


Army  Form  C  396,   ^  Envelope   for  iuue    with   Army 
Book  153." 

Army   Form  D  416,  ''Certificate  of   Identity, 
No.  1." 

Army  Form   D  447,   ''Certificate  of  Identity, 
No.  2." 

Army  Form  D  448,  "Life  Certificate." 

Army  Form  N  1533^  "  Stoppage  and  Samnsary 
Form." 

Army  Form  N  1534^  "  Record  of  PeaaiiA  Pay- 
meats." 


9^3 

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43  rilareh  1882. 


Amy  FonnS — continued. 


2.  Army  Forms  E  555  (late  W.  O.  Form  1592),  "Volunteers:  Clause  53 
Engineer  Captains  and  Subalterns  attending  School  of  Instruction,  conttnutd. 
Certificate  of  Proficiency/'  and  E  558  (late  W.  O.  Form  1591), 
"Volunteers:  Engineer;  Field  Officers  attending  School  of 
InstructioD,  Certificate  of  Proficiency/'  have  been  re-numbered  as 
special  Forms  334  and  335  respectitely,  and  will  in  future  be 
issued  by  the  Deputy  Adjutant-General,  Royal  Engineers. 


WAK  OFFICE. 


Appointment  of  Accoimtant-Qeneral,  &c. 

The  Secretary  of  State  has  appointed — 

Ralph  Henry  Knox,  Esq.,  C.B.,  to  be  Accountant-General  Clause  54, 
of  the  Army ; 

Henry  Thomas  De  la  Bere,  Esq.,  to  be  Deputy  Accountant- 
General  ; 

Thomas  Cave-Browne  Cave,  Esq.,  to  be  Assistant  Accountant- 
General. 

Appointment  of  Inspector  of  Submarine  Defences. 

Lieutenant-Colonel  Edward    Donald    Malcolm,  C.B.,  Royal  Clause  55. 
Engineers,  has  been  appointed  Inspector  of  Submarine  Defences. 


EBRATA. 

In  the  list  of  cancelled,  obsolete,  and  amended  Re°;ulations 
issued  with  Clause  19,.  Army  Circulars,  1882,  Clause  2,  Army 
Circulars,  1878,  should  have  been  returned  as  obsolete. 

In  Clausi^  .^4,  Army  Circulars,  1882,  for  <*  General  Order  147 
of  1881,*'  read  ''  Geiworal  Order  149  of  1881.*' 

In.  Clause  257,  Armj  Circulars,  1881,  for  "  pages  47  to  54  of 
the  tables  promulgated  by  Clause  186,  Army* Circulars,  1877/ 
f^cirf  "  pages  47  to  55.'* 


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APPENDIX  XIa. 


List  of  Coast  Baiteries  in  which  a  Red  Flag  will  be  hoisted  while 

practice  is  being  carried  on. 

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Appendix  to  Clause  4i7—coutinue(L 


Prices  of  Clotiiiko  (Regular  Yorcks)^ continued. 


• 

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Articles. 

West  India  R 
ments. 

Commissariat 
Transport  C 
and      Ordi 
Store  Corps 

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s.    d. 

«.    d. 

#.    d. 

f regimental  8erj<*ant-major      • . 

30    7 

bandmaster 

25    7 

regiments!!  quarter-master-serjt. 

29  10 

serjeant-drummer 

31     1 

r  l>mt. 

serjeant-iustructor  of  musketry 

30  11 

with    < 

band-serjcant 

32  10 

■letTCt 

colour-serjeant 

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bandsman         ..         .• 

drummer          

^prirate 

'  regimental-seijeant-major       • . 

13    0 

10    5 

7    9 

7    8 

7    1 

12    6 

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regimental  quarter-master-aerjt. 

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13    2 

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12  11 

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seijeant..         .,          ••         .. 
bandsman         ••   -      •• 
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6    6 
6    0 
6    7 

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58 


Appendix  to  Clauses  47  and  ASr-continued. 


6 


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63 


Appendix  to  Clauses  47  and  4Sr— continued. 


CLOAKS,  GREATCOATS.  AND  WATCH-COATS,  WATERPROOF, 

Bttffular  PoroM  and  lff111ti>. 


Ctotk  •• 


■taff-MfJMIlt 

ierjeuit 
priTftto 


Gape  for  dottk,  all  xmnki  •• 
Belt         M  H 


»• 


OTMtooat,     with    [''^^•'^^••{gi^ 
cherroni,  badgei*  J  .j^^^*        i  blue 

blue 
blue 

g»y 

blue 


numenle,       and  • 
initials  ..         ..  j^    . 


Cape,    for    great* 
coata     •• 


leijeant 
prirate 


Greatcoat 


•• 


Cbpe^  for  graateoat.  • 
Wateh-coat 


g»y       

warder,  Military  Estate  •• 

■choolmaeter      ••         ••         ••         •• 

^^  ^  chief  warder,  miUtaiyprieons  {c^J^ 

warder,  cook,   and  serrant,  fHome 

militarj  priiona         . .  \  Canada 

barrack^aerieant. .         ••         •.         •• 

w.rder.  iditeiy  £.tet 

barrack -leijeant 

blue        ••         ••         ••         ••         •• 

,g>*y       ••       ••       ••       ••       •• 


•  • 


•  • 


£  9.  d. 
19  6 
19  0 
18  6 
0  U    O 

0  16 

1  10 
1  6 
1    t 

0  16 

1  1 
0  16 
0  10 

0  9 
7 
6 
7 
6 
4    6 

1  10  8 
1  17  6 
8  IS  1 
1  14  0 
8  8  7 
I  8 
0    8 

0  10 
S    S  16 

1  18    f 


0 
0 
0 
0 
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4 
0 
6 
0 
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6 
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6 
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61 


f  narcli  188flk 


Appendix  to  Clauses  47  and  4B— continued. 


BOOTS,  SHOES,  AND  LACES. 
Segnlar  Poroes  and  Militia. 


Booto 


Shoes 


'^  anUe,    f  hobnailed..         ••  pair  of 

Ist  ClaM  i  8t«el  billed  . .  „ 

ankle,  machine-sewn,  hobnailed,  clamped, 

pair  of 
,  r  Canada  pattern      ..  „ 

1  CSaTaliT  •  •  „ 

mounted  men,  CommiBsariat  and  Transport 
Corps  •  •         . .         . .  pair  of 

mud    ••         ••         ••         ..  „ 

thiffh 

wefiington 

leather per  100  ^rs 

ISighland        pair  of 

militaxy  labourers     •  • 

„       prisons        • .         •  • 
Berjt.-piper  and  pipers,  Scots  Guards 
wood  soled,  military  prisoners 
v^sonaye  


n 
n 
it 


£  ».  d. 
0  10  4 
0  10  11 

0  8  8 
0  17  0 
111 


0 
1 
1 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


12 


1 
8  10 
6    2 


U 
4 

10 

10 
6 

10 
5 
9 


5 
6 
2 
2 
8 
2 
10 
6 


BARKACK  AND  GAS  LABOURERS. 

Moleskin. 

Serge. 

Jacket        

Trowsert pair  of 

Waistcoat 

«.   d. 

11    9 

6  10 

6    0 

«•    d, 

7    8 
7    0 
6    7 

BARRACK  SERJEANTS. 


I^owsefi 
Tunic  •• 


/doth pair  of 

••"l  drill 

jBuperior       ••         ••         ••         •• 

'*  (.ordinary 


£    s.    d. 

0  12  11 
0  2  6 
16  9 
18    0 


3 


6S 


Appendix  to  Clauses  47  and  4Sr-eontimmd. 


BOATS*  CREWS. 


£      9.     d. 

Cloak,  boat,  camlet       ••         »• 

ff  •         ff«         •  • 

1  13    2 

•  •         •  •         •  • 

•  •         •  •         •  • 

0    6  10 
0    7    2 

Hnl  f  felt^  japanned    . . 

1,  fltl^W         • « 

•  •         •  •         •  • 

•  •         • «         •  • 

0    2    8 
0    1    61 

Jaokel,  paa 

•  •         •  •        •  • 

1  11    3 

Jenej,  blue  wont«d     •• 

•  •         •  •         •  • 

0    4    4 

Leggiags,  indiarabber  . . 

pair  of 

0    7    2 

'  cloth 

•  •              »> 

0  12    7 

Trowien  •  duck           • . 

•  •               f* 

0    811 

.  Berga,  bliM  •  •        •  • 

•  •                   n 

0    6    4 

CONDUCTORS. 

of  Supplies. 

of  Storaa. 

Cloak       •  •                    •  • 

£«.<!. 
18    6 
0    16 
0  12    0 
18    3 

0  10    6 

1  12    7 
.0    2    0 
1  17    7 
1  15  10 

£   s.   d. 

*  Belt  for  do 

Cine  for  do.                   ••         •• 

Greatcoat,  without  buttoni 
Cape,  for  do.,  without  buttona 
Frock,  cloth       • .         •  • 

•  • 

•  • 

•  ■ 

18    8 

0  10    6 

1  12    7 

Spur,  jack           ••         •• 

•  • 

lined 
unlined 

•  t 

•  • 

of 

•  ■ 

•  • 

1  19    0 
1  17    4 

Other 'srHelea  m  for  1ft  Class  Staff- Serjeants,  Commissariat  and  TimospoA 
Corps  or  Ordoanee  Store  Corps,  as  the  case  maj  be. 


ENROLLED  PENSIONERS. 


1    £  s.  d: 

Jsockcoat  " 

"    staff-     r  sefjsaut-mi^ 

•erj«ants  \  quarter-mast  cr-seijeant     . . 

sergeant  . . 
^rank  and  file 

i      2    0    2 
1  19    4 
1    8    f 
14    9 

Bmk 

sUk          

worsted   ..         

0  16    3 
0    8    8 

TV0WSPTB| 

cloth    .. 

■taif -Serjeant                              pair  of 
Serjeant  ..                      ..                  ^ 
^  rank  and  file      . .                           „ 

0  16  10 
0  14  10 
0    0    7 

63 


[MarAlSMb 


i^pendiz  to  GlauseB  47  and  48— «*'><mN«d 


GYMNASIA. 


«. 

d. 

Jaclot,  blue  serge 

•  •         •  • 

0 

11 

Jeney,  white,  wonted,  with  badge 

•  •         •  ■ 

2 

10 

Shirr,  red  serge  . . 

•  •         •  • 

7 

10 

Tvowtersi,  blue  seroe 

pair  of 

6 

11 

Wftisteoat,  blue  sei-ge    . . 

•  •          •  • 

6 

7 

LIBRARIAN,  GARRISON. 

Frock  coat 

Tlfowwrs,  cloth pair  of 

£    «.    d, 
19    2 
0  13    9 

LIBRARIAN,  VICTORIA. 


Trowsers,  cloth  . .         . .         . .         . .         . .  pair  of 

X  UulC  ••  ■•  ••  ••  ••  ••  •• 


0  16    3 
19    7 


r  duck  .  • 
'  \serge  •. 


I  silk 

{drill  , 
duck  . 
SCfglD  . 
twMd< 


MILITARY  LABOURERS. 


#• 


•• 


9.    d. 


pair  of 


16    8 

•  • 
2  11 


•  •       It 

•  •       »» 


14    2 
47    1 


#.     d. 


2    6 

•  • 

8  11 
6    3 

19    3 


Bank  and 
•  Filo. 


«.  d, 

4  8 

7  11 

1  61 


3  11 
6    8 


Harcta  1899.J 


C4 


Appendix  to  Glauses  47  and  iS—conamed. 


MILITARY  PRISONS. 


■8 

• 

e 

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Articles. 

Chief 
Warde 

J 

• 

a 
9 

1 

1 

#.  d. 

#.  d. 

t.   d. 

«.     d. 

c  < 

Apron,  eanras     .  •         .  •         . . 

1    31 

•  • 

Cap,  doth,  grey  . .         

ft  « 

m  ft 

.  m 

0  Uk 

rdoth,  blue 

36    8 

18    5 

18    5 

18    5 

m  m 

^^^      ••'  jean,  drab 

•  • 

•  • 

*  • 

.. 

S  10 

8    0 

8    0 

8    0 

8    0 

•  • 

^  terge,  blue 

32    2 

8    2 

8    2 

8    2 

•  • 

fdcth,  blue 

23    0 

» • 

•  • 

•  • 

•  • 

Jacket     ..S^J;,KW^ 

jean,  blue  .  •         . .         . 

•  • 

•  • 

m  % 
m  • 

■  • 

•  • 

•  • 

6    8 
4    7 

,  tweed,  grey 

•  • 

•  • 

•  • 

ft  « 

7    9 

ICitta,  grej,  with  leather  palms,  shot  drill 

pair  of 

}■■ 

.  • 

•  • 

•• 

2    0 

rdoth,  blue           . .                „ 

15    0 

15    0 

14    3 

14    8 

•  • 

»     grey           ..                „ 

• . 

•  • 

•  • 

•  • 

5    4 

duck         ..         ..                „ 

• . 

•  • 

•  • 

•  • 

3  11 

Trowsert. .  •{  jean,  blue  . .         . .                „ 

« • 

•  • 

■ « 

•  • 

S    S 

,,    drab..         ..                 „ 

2    8 

2    8 

2    8 

2    8 

•  • 

serge,  blue            . .                 », 

14    1 

8    5 

8    0 

8    0 

•  • 

Jweed,  grey          . .                 „ 
Wai.t«oat    J*^^^*^^    IS^y      V.         !! 

•  • 

•  • 

•  • 

7    4 

•  ft 

•  • 

5    8 

•  • 

•  • 

•  • 

•  • 

•  • 

•  • 

•  • 
3    0 

.  tweed,  grfty          

•  • 

•  • 

•  • 

•  • 

4    S 

MILITARY  ESTATE  WARDERS. 


Frock  coat  

IJat  and  band     ..  ..  ..         ••  ..         .. 

TrowHcrs,  cloth . .  pair  of 

Waistcoat     „     ..         ••         ••         ••         •• 


£    t.  dL 

1  11  8 

0  15  3 

0  15  9 

0    7  8 


MILIT2VRY  STORE  CLERKS. 


[»crgo 
Tunic,  1st  Class  . . 


•  • 


£  s. 

d. 

•  • 

•  • 

pair  of 

0  14 

6 

•  • 

•  • 

M            • 

0  14 

0 

■  • 

•  ft 

•  ft                 •• 

1  18 

9 

i» 


6& 


[w<«iifc,iiieji.... 


App«ndiz  to  Glaoaes  47  imd  48— ^on^'nufd. 


PROVOST  SERJEANTS. 


Vrook,  blue,  tweed 


pair  of 


i> 


^■wMa 


1  la 

0  18 
0  19 
0    8 


d. 
7 
6 
4 
2 


SCHOOLMASTERS  AND  STUDENTS; 


Frock  coat 
Frock  .. 


TrowBers  < 


serge., 
tartan 
cloth 
^  serge 


pair  of 


n 


£  #. 

d. 

1  14 

7 

0  17 

1 

0  16 

6 

0  16 

7 

0  14 

8 

WATERPROOF  CLOTHING. 


r  indiarabber,  mounted  men  . . 
Coat     <  temperate  dimates 

(.tropical  „  

Hat,  sou'wester  (board  ship) 

Leggings,  indiarubber  .  •         . .         .  •  pair  of 

Wrapper   for   coat,  Commissariat   and   TrsjiBport 

Corps  . .  .  •         .  •         . .         . .         . , 


9. 

d. 

24 

8 

25 

2 

22 

1 

1 

7 

7 

2 

} 

1 

10 

WINTER  CLOTHING. 


Cap,  fur-lined    . . 
Comforter,  woollen       . 
Drawefs,  woollen 

pea      •. 

sheepskin 
Jersej,  blue  worsted 
ICitts,  leather,  fur-lined 
Bobes,  buffalo 


Jacket " 


V 


chamois 


pair  of 


pair  of 


9.  d, 
5  8 
1  4 
8  10 

81    8 

86  9 
4  4 
8    2 

28  10 
7    0 


Bf  lureh  1889.'] 


66 


Appendix  to  Clauses  47  and  AS—continued. 


MAGAZINES,  LABORATORIES  AND  GUNPOWDER  VESSELS. 


Aoron      J^^^^ 
^       "  \o8:iaburgh 


Cap,  blue 
Drawers 


Frook 


glengarry 

serge  . 

woollen  •  < 

canvas  • 
..  •<  lasting 

[osnaburgh  . 

Jarket,  lasting  cloth  • , 

Jersej,  blue  worsted  . 
^canyas 
lasting  cloth 

osnaburgh  ., 
oxford  cloth 

Waistcoat,  blue  serge  . , 


Trowsers  ^ 


pair  of 


V 


pair  of 


I* 
it 


•. 

d. 

1 

Oi 

1 

5i 

1 

H 

8 

4 

3  10 

2 

4 

7  11 

2 

1 

6  10 

4 

4 

2 

1 

6 

6 

1 

9 

7 

0 

4 

8 

SCHOOL  OF  GUNNERY. 


Cap,  blue  glengarry      . ,         , .         . .         , ,         . , 

Coat,  waterproof,  temperate  climates 

Frock,  dtiek        .,  ,,  .,  ,,  ,. 

Hat,  sou'wester .,  ••  •.  •,  .. 

Jacket -[  ^****"^ 

Ipoa 

Jersey,  blue  worsted      .  •  • «  , ,  . . 

Legffings,  oil-dressed pair  of 

Blockings  wadmill         . .  • «  ,  •  ,, 

Idurk       „  ....  „ 


«. 

d. 

1 

61 

25 

2 

4 

1 

1 

7 

6  10 

81 

8 

4 

4 

8 

7 

2 

7 

7 

9 

8  11 


SUBMARINE  MINING  AND  TORPEDO  COMPANIES. 


Coat,  oil'drc'ssed 

f  canraf,  Militia  Engineers 
Frock  • .  <  duck 

[  serge,  blue 

Hat 


<  felt,  japanned 
s<m'«  enter  •. 


]<<-i;i:niirn,  oil -dressed     ,, 

Jersey,  blue  worsted      .. 
stockings,  wadniill 

[  canras,  Militia  Ei 
Trowaers  <  cloth 

Lduck 


giiieen 


.  jairof 


.pair  of 

•  If 

•  i» 

•  t* 


«. 

d. 

6 

6 

8 

5 

4 

1 

6  10 

2 

8 

1 

8 

28 

4 

2 

8 

11 

12 

8  11 

67 


[march  last. 


Appendix  to  Clauses  47  and  4.8— continued. 


WORKING  CLOTHING,  ARMOURER  SERJEANTS'. 


j^^      fdnck         

t  serge,  blue  , .         

r  Foot  Guards  ..         .,         ..pair  of 

Trowsers  <  West  India  Regimeiits     . .         . .      ,, 
(.other  services         •• 


«.    d, 
6    2 

11  8 
9  3 
6    6 

Begimental  pattern. 


WORKING  CLOTHING,  COMMISSARIAT  AND  TRANSPORT 
CORPS,  ORDNANCE  STORE  CORPS  AND  ARMY  HOSPITAL 
CORPS. 


AproOi  eanyas,  oooki        •  • 

rcanTas,  mechanics  and  labourers     . .  • . 

Fiook  . .  i  duck,  cooks  and  artizans 

V^ean,  butchers  ..         •.         ..  ••         .. 

Jacket,  kersey,  bakers       •  • 
Jetney,  blue  wonted         . .         .  • 

Leggings,  leather,  butchers  . .  .  •         . .  pair  of 

fcanyas,  bakers,  butchers  and  labourers  .  •  . .     „ 

Trowsers  <  duck,  cooks    . .  . .         . .  . .         •  •     u 

(.moleskin,  artizans  and  bakers         . .  . .         . ,     „ 

Waisiooat   /^«7«y».^>»^^"?        

Ttmmmwm^   \moleskm,  artixans 


s.   d, 

1  8* 
6    9 

4  1 

5  1 
9  11 

4  4 
13    8 

2  11 

3  11 

5  11 
5  0 
3    2 


HOSPITAL  CLOTHING  AND  NECESSARIES. 


Articles. 


Bate. 


Apron,  cook 

Selt,  flannftl  ,,  ..  .,  .,  ., 

Braces,  list pair  of 

^~  J  tweed,  lunatics  . .         . .         • .         • . 

^^P      •' t  worsted,  daj 

Coat,  tweed,  lunatics        

^Ibar 

CheTTons,  for  gowns  and  waistcoats  •< 


2  „ 

3  „ 

4  „ 


•  • 


Tv^^^^    f  cotton pair  of 

^^^•"  \  aannel,  white „ 

Dress,       J  india*rubber  . .         . . 

lunaUo  \ ticken ..         ..         ..         ••         •• 

Frock,  duok,  cook 


9.    d. 

1  H 

1  5i 

0  ek 

2  11 
0  6i 

10  4 

0  2 

0  3| 

0  5k 

0  7 

3  1 
2  10 

10  6 

13  6 

4  0 


^MSrifli'  1689.] 


68 


Appendix  to  Clauses  47  and  48— <»«<t»tt«^^. 


Hospital  Clothino  asd  Necbbsaries — oontdmusd. 


AiiicleB. 


Bate. 


r  cotton  stiriped        •• 

QowQ,  without  cheTTons  <  __    , ,        f  lined 

|8erge.blue  {^^^^^ 

HMidkerohief,  cotton 
Neckerchief,  cotton 


Needles,  sewing,  aMorted 

Kazor,  pUntagenet 

Qt.:^  /  cotton,  white 

onm    •  •  *  n        1      1  *. 
(flannel,  white 

Socka,  ^[rej  union,  wonted 
Stockings,  wonted. . 
Strop,  razor 

"cotton,  striped 


Trowsen 


chtfTTOnf 


luDstios 

serge, 
blue 


cloth    .  • 
I  serge    ,. 
lined    .. 
unlined 
cotton,  fttriped 

{duck,  strait 
serge,  blue,  strait 
ticfe;,stiidt  .. 
tweed  •• 
•ergs,        f  lined    . . 
^    Mae     \unliaed 


per  1,000 


pair  of 
>t 
tt 

}> 

•  • 

pair  of 

w 

ft 
it 

n 


ittmmmmtmmmm 


9.  d. 

6  8 
9  2 

7  6 


0 
0 
5 
4 
2 
8 
1 
3 
0 
1 
1 
8 


4i 

8| 
8 

2 

0 

1 

9 

6 

9 

n 

2 
1 


12    8 
7    8 


6 

8 

8 

1 

5 

16 

1 

10 

4 

6 

9 

6 

69 


@n«albl6«i. 


A^endiz  to  Glauses  47  and  4B— <kma'm«<'- 


GENERAL  PRICE  LIST  OF  NECESSARIES. 

RBOT7I.A.B  F0BCIS8\UrD  Mnxtiiu 


rf^ 


'N^ — ^The  Articles  of  Necessaries  applicable  to  the  several  branches 
of  the  Regular  Forces  will  be  found  at  pages  250  to  259  of  the 
Regulations  for  the  supply  of  Clothingand  Necessaries  to  .the  Regular 
Forces,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  aI.),  as  amended  by  C1mis»2€8, 
Army  Circulars,  1881,  and  those  applicable  to  the  Militia,  in 
paragraphs  9S2  to  997  of  tiie  Regulations  for  the  Militia  (Amy 
Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.) 


•Artioles. 


l>n2Bh 

dothet 

xnilitaiy  pxiaons       .. 

Bag..^kit 

•^««{w"   ::    ::    ::    .::    ::    :: 

^watorproof  (without  hook) 

Bbekiiig .•  tin  of 

Botde,  «il,  oomplcite 

BtaoMyireb «•        .  piirof 

fblacldng 

brail 

oloth ••         •« 

hair 

hard 

lace     ••         ..         ••         ••         «• 

poUflhing        «,. 

^sharing  ..         

..  ..  ••  ••  .1  «•  ^4 

^Heavy  CaTalrj 
Household  Cayalrj  •  • 


Braih 


BnMonbxaM 


Gate,  ploma 


... 


4« 


Oonb      .. 
09fir,aieMlin 


Lancen 
oilskin 


•  • 


duck,  black    , 
„     white    , 
oilskin . . 
'cotton., 
flannel,  white , 


pair  of 


Fork 

Wwoek,-999n,  Uue  (recruits).  Household  C^Talrr 
-^  /HigUand       .. 

WfUn    .•         .•     ^zouaye  >« 


19 


pair  of 


f$ 


AAe. 


i**" 


«. 

d. 

0 

fij 

1 

1 

4 

7 

1 

7 

0 

10 

0 

H 

8 

8 

0 

It 

0 

H 

0 

U 

0 

*l 

0 

10 

0 

i4 

0 

6* 

-    0 

Wk 

1 

1 

0 

6 

•  o 

'4i 

0 

7k 

0 

8 

0 

u 

0 

2f 

0 

2i 

0 

u 

0 

2 

0 

li 

0 

2i 

0 

ei 

0 

6i 

10 

H 

8 

1 

2 

10 

0 

8 

7 

6 

]*«s#CMhing. 


Mareli  1889.] 


70 


Appendix  to  Clauses  47  and  48— coitfmti^dL 


General  Pbice  List  of  Necessaries— con^inuedL 


ArUcl«t, 


Qsrtara,  Highland        

OMntleta,  iMther      { Ho^oM  Cai^j  '.'. 

Gl0T6l      .. 

VrPBfttO       ••  •• 

Holdall,  complete 

Hook  for  waterproof  bag 

Hose  tope  

f  /  blue  wontod 

•'•"•y 1  white  woollen,  MiHtia 

Knapeackfywithoutboardsr  Artillery  and  Rifles 
or  elincs        • .         . .  \  Infantry  . . 

j^  & ::    ::    ::    ::    :: 

Laojud.* 


Mitta,  worsted   . .  •<  —i.;*^ 


Paste,  brass 

Pipeclaj  ..         ••         ••         ••         •• 

Pone  and  belt 

Basorandcase 

Bubber,  horse  .  • 

Scissors,  general  serrice 

r  blue  grey  union  . . 
Shirt       •  •         • .  -<  cotton,  white.  Militia 

[  flannel,  grey 

8liii«^kn.i«ck..{^Jj^       ;• 
Soap,  yellow 


Socks 


•• 


{cotton     . . 
grey  onion,  wonted 
worsted   {JSftik 


Sponge,  pipeclay 

Spoon     ..         .•         

Spurs,  swan  neck   {  Ho^SsSold  CaraJ^ 
Stockings,  cotton  

fblack       .. 
Straps,  greatcoat    <  brown 

Ibuff 

fblack 


Str^^t  i&^M  ^  • 


pair  of 


it 


•  •  tinof 


pair  of 


pair  of 


>f 


•  •  tin  of 
piece  of 


pair  of 


piece  of 
pair  of 


pair  of 


n 

»* 


brown,  Commisiariat  and  Timnsport  Corps 

and  Ordnance  Store  Corps 

brown,  CsTaliT 

Lbulf         

Straps,  TsJise,  mounted  men set  of  8 

m.  r  dismounted  men  •  •         •  •         .  •         •  •         • . 

iin,  mess     ^  laountcd  men 

Towel 

Trowsers,  terge,  blue  (recmits),  Household  Cavalry  . .  pair  of 

{blue,  Cavalry                     •  •         .  • 
„    except  Cavalry 
Household  Cavalry 
red 


} 


Bate. 


s. 

0 
7 
19 
2 
0 
0 
0 


I 

4 
4 
0 
0 
0 
0 


1 

0 


0 
0 

1 


0 

6 

9 

10 

a 

9 


7» 

1 

6 

4 
21 

04 


2      6 
4      4 


6 
8 
5 
9 
2t 
1 
11 


0    10} 
0      1* 


0 

01 

10 

0 

0 

6i 

0 

Bi 

0 

H 

4 

6 

1 

11 

5 

8 

1 

4i 

1 

4* 

0 

OJ 

0 

6 

0 

9 

1 

1 

0 

llf 

0 

6i 

0 

u 

1 

6 

4 

4 

0  Hi 
0  lOi 
0    lU 


91 

2i 


81 

6 

61 


0    lOi 
0    101 


4 
7 
6 

2 
4 


71 


[March  1880. 


Appendix  to  Glauses  47  and  ^Br-cominued. 


SEA  KIT  NECESSARIES. 


*> 
# 


Articles. 


Bag,  clothes 

JMt»  flftimel 

Blftokiiig.. tin  of 

Brash,  scrabbing  

fa"" 

Cherroiis,  for  drill  frocksK  o   " 

U  "   

CheTTons,  for  serge  frocks       per  bar 

Crows,  for  sea-kit  frocks  <  , J[5f, 

Gap,  blue  worsted         

Corer,  white  -f^Jf^f^J^P  

'  ^ round  cap       ••         •*         ••         ••         ••         •• 

Frock,  without  chetrons  f  ^'  ^fi^^^  ^"^  ^^^'^  "'^  ™^ 
or  badges      ••         -  l"*"^    {except  India  !!  !! 

Housewife,  complete 

Knife,  daq»       • .         # 

Kcekerchie^  alpaca 
Pipeelaf  ••         t. 
Shirty  flaimel,  grsy 

Soap  ^""^^ 


«• 


Tvcwiera** 


yellow     •  •         •  • 

driU        ••    .    •• 
/India  . . 
•erge    -j^  except  India 


piece  of 
piece  of 
pair  of 


Bate. 


1      1 


1 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
1 
1 
4 
6 


0 
0 
0 
6 
0 
0 
2 
4 
6 


5i 

1* 
5i 
2 

8i 
6i 

7 

U 

5* 

4 
7 

li 
1 
0 
8 


6      6 

0    101 


9 

9 

0* 

8 

0* 

Of 

6 

8 

7 


LOITDOV: 

Ptonsp  roE  Hn  Majbrt*!  firAnoviu  Ovnoa, 
BT  BABBnOir  AND  80N8> 
Pbivtbs  ni  Obodubt  to  Hb 

Wt.826-600    2|»-4090 


{Issued  with  Army  Circulars,  dated  1st  March  1 882. 


INSTRUCTIONS  FOR  MARKING 
REGIMENTAL  EQUIPMENT. 


1.  In  consequence  of  the  Territorial  Re-organization  of  the 
Infantry  Regiments  of  the  Line  and  of  the  Militia,  the  regimental 
equipment  of  those  branches  of  the  Military  Forces  will  be  re- 
marked, and  future  issues  of  clothing  and  necessaries  will  be 
marked^  in  accordance  with  the  following  scheme  : — 


Terhtoxial  Regiments  in  Order 
of  Prwedenoe. 


Countj  Names 
or  Letters  to  be 

borne  on  the 

shoulder  strap 
of  the  Tonic  and 

Frock  and  on 

the  Yalise, 

«ufe§§.2&15. 


Abbreyiations 
to  be  marked 
on  Arms, 
Accoutre- 
ments, Cloth- 
ing, and 
Necessaries, 
vide  ^,2,    ' 


The  Royal  Scots  (Lothian  Regiment) 

The  Queen's  (Royal  West  Surrey 
Regiment)  . . 

The  Buffs  (East  Kent  Regunent)    . . 

The  King's  Own  (Royal  Lancaster 
Reeiment)  .. 

The  Northumberland  Fusiliers 

The  Royal  Warwickshire  Regiment . . 

The  Royal  Fusiliers  (City  of  London 
Recent) 

The  King's  (Liverpool  Regiment)    . . 

The  Norfolk  Regiment 

The  Lincolnshire  Regiment  . . 

The  Devonshire  Regiment 

The  Suffolk  Regiment 

Prince  Albert's  Light  Infantry  (Somer- 
setshire Regiment) 

The  Pr'mce  of  Wales's  Own  (West 
Yorkahire  Rec^iment) 

The  East  Yorkshire  Regimeut 

The  Bedfordshire  Regiment . . 

The  Leicestershire  Regiment 

The  Royal  Irish  Regiment   . . 

The  Princess  of  Wales's  Own  (York- 
shire Regiment) 

The  Lancashire  Fusiliers 

The  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers     . . 

The  Cheshire  Regiment 


} 


Lothian. 
W.  Surrey. 
E.  Kent. 


\  Lancaster. 

N.F.* 
Warwick. 

j     R.F.» 

Liverpool. 

Norfolk. 

Lincoln. 

Devon. 

Suffolk. 

Somerset.! 

W.  York. 

E.  York. 

Bedford. 

Leicester. 

R.L 


Lo. 
W.S. 
E.K. 
Lan. 

N.F. 

R.F. 


} 


York. 

L.P.* 

S.P.* 

Cheshire. 


ST. 

W.Y. 
E.Y. 

Leic. 
RL 

YK. 

L.F. 
S.F. 
Ch. 


*  With  a  grenade. 


t  With  a  bngle. 


Number 
ofBegi- 
mental 
District, 
t)ide^.2. 


U^' 

8 

NK. 

9 

Lin 

10 

DVi? 

11 

S«t- 

12 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 


13 

14 

15 
16 
17 
18 

19 

20 
21 
22 


7698 
227-397 


MOO 


Territorial  RegimenU  in  Order 
of  Freoedenoe. 


County  Nunei 

or  Letters  to  be 

borne  on  the 

shoulder  strap 

of  the  Tunic  and 

Frock  and  on 

the  Yalise, 

vide  ii,2kl6. 


AbbieTlations 
to  be  marked 
on  Anni, 
Aoooatre- 
meats,  Cloth- 
ing, and 


The  Royal  Welsh  Fusiliers  .. 
The  South  Wales  Borderers  . . 
The  King's  Own  Borderers   . . 
The  Cameronians  (Scotch  Rifles)     . 
The  Royal  Inniskilling'  Fusiliers 
The  Gloucestershire  Regiment 
The  Worcestershire  Regiment 
The  East  Ijancashire  Regiment 
The  East  Surrey  Regiment  . . 
The  Duke  of  Comwairs  Light  In- 

fan  try 
The   Duke   of  "Wellington's  (West 

Riding  Regiment) 

The  Border  Regiment 

The  Royal  Sussex  Regiment.  • 

The  Hampshire  Regiment     . . 

The  South  Staffordshire  Regiment  . 

The  Dorsetshire  Regiment    . . 

The  Prince  of    Wales's  Volunteere 

(South  Lancashire  Regiment) 
The  Welsh  Regiment 
The  Black  Watch  (Royal  Highlanders 
The  Oxfordshire  Light  Infantry 
The  Essex  Regiment . . 
The  Sherwood  Foresters  (Derbyshire 

Regiment^ 

The  Ijoyal  North  Lancashire  Regt. . 
The  Northamptonshire  Regiment  . 
Princess  Charlotte  of  Wales's  (Berk 

shire  Regt.). . 
The  Queen's  Own  (Royal  West  Kent 

Regiment) 

The  King  sCfwn  Light  Infantry(South 

Yorkshire  Regiment) 
The  King^s  Light  Infantry  (Shropshire 

Regiment) 

The  Duke  of  Cambridge's  Own  (Mid 

dlesox  Regiment)    , . 
Tho  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps 
The  Duke  of  Edinburgh's  (Wiltshire 

R«»giment) 

The  >[anche8tor  Regiment    . . 

Tlie  Prints  of  Wales's  (North  Stafford 

Hhire  Regiment) 

The  York  and  Lancaster  Regiment  • 
The  Durham  Light  Infantry 


W.F.* 

S.W.B. 

K.O.B, 

&R. 

Gloster. 

Worcester. 

E.  Lancashire. 

E.  Surrey. 

i  Cornwall.^ 

W.  Riding. 

Border. 
Sussex. 
Hants. 
S.  Stafford. 
Dorset. 
S.  Lanca- 
shire. 
Welsh. 
R.IL 

Oxfordf 
Essex. 


} 


} 


} 


Derby. 

N.  Lancashire. 
Northampton. 

Berks. 
W.  Kent. 


S.  York.t 

Shrop- 
shire.^ 

Middlesex. 
JL.R.R. 

wats. 

Manchester. 
N.  Stafford. 


} 


Y.&L. 
DttriiAm.t 


9uie|.2. 


W.F. 
S.W.B. 
K.O.B. 

S.R. 

In.F. 

G»- 

W» 

E.L. 

E.S. 

W.  Rio. 

B» 

S^ 
urn 

S,  Si>- 
DT. 

SX. 

Wel. 

R.H. 

Ox, 

DT. 
N.L. 

B". 
WJt. 

S.Y. 

Sh. 

MX. 
K.K.R. 

Man. 

N.S^ 

Y.&L. 
D"- 


Nambor 
oflUgi. 
mental 
Diftriciy 


{ 


23 
24 
25 
26 

27 
28 
29 
30 
31 

32 

33 

34 
35 

37 
38 
39 

40 

41 
42 
43 
44 

45 

47 
48 

49 

50 

51 

53 

57 

Rifle 

Dep6t 

62 

63 

64 

65 

68 


*  With  »  givnade. 


t  Withabo^ 


Territorial  Begiments  in  Order 
of  PpMedenoe. 


County  Names 

or  Letters  to  be 

borne  on  the 

shoulder  strap 

of  the  Tunic  and 

Frock,  and  on 

the  Valise, 
ffide%t2k  16. 


Abbreyiations 
to  be  marked 
on  Arms, 
Accoutre- 
ments, Cloth- 
ing, and 
Necessaries, 
vide  §.  2. 


Number 
of  Regi- 
mental 
District, 
vide%,2. 


The  ffighland  Light  Infantry 

Seaforth  Highlanders  (Ross-shire 
Buffs)  

The  Gk)rdon  Highlanders 

The  Queen's  Own  Cameron  High- 
landers 

The  Royal  Irish  Rifles 

Princess  Victoria's  (Royd  Irish 
Fusiliers) 

The  Connaught  Rangers 

Princess  Louise's  (Sutherland  and 
Argyll  Highlanders) 

The  Prince  of  Wales's  Leinster  Regi- 
ment (Royal  Canadians)     . . 

The  Royal  Munster  Fusiliers 

The  Royal  Dublin  Fusiliers  .. 

The  Prince  Consort's  Own  (Rifle 
Brigade) 


} 


H.L.I.t 
Seaforth. 
Gordon. 
>  Cameron. 
R.I.R. 


} 

i 

} 
} 


LF.» 
Connaught. 
S.  &  A.H. 


Leinster. 

M.F.* 
D.F.* 

R.B. 


H.L.L 

Sea. 
Gob. 
Cam. 
R.IJv. 

I.F. 

S.  &  A.H. 

Leik. 

M.F. 
D.F. 

R.B.    I 


71 
72 

75 
79 
83 
87 
88 
91 

100 

101 
102 
Rifle 
Depot. 


*  With  «  grenade. 


t  With  a  bugle. 


2.  Li  marking  the  equipment  of  battalions^  the  battalion 
number  will  be  placed  before  the  county  name  or  regimental  letters 
on  the  valise,  and  before  the  abbreviations  on  the  rest  of  the 
equipment,  thus : — I.Lothian — 1.  Lo.,  for  the  Ist  Battalion  of 
The  Royal  Scots  (Lothian  Regiment).  The  arms,  accoutrements, 
musical  instruments,  &c.,  of  Regimental  Depdts  will  be  marked 
with  the  number  of  the  Regimental  District,  followed  by  the  letters 
R.D.,  but  the  Depdt  clothins  and  necessaries  will  be  marked  as  in 
battalions,  omitting  only  the  battalion  number.  The  Rifle  DepAts 
having  no  numbers,  the  equipment  remaining  on  charge  at  the 
depdts  will  receive  the  Territorial  letters,  with  the  letter  D  following. 

3.  The  Militia  Battalions  will  be  distinguished  from  those  of 
the  R^ular  Army  by  the  battalion  nimiber,  and  further,  by  the 
letter  M.,  which  (without  the  battalion  number)  will  be  placed 
upon  the  tunic  or  frock  only ;  thus : — Lothian  M.,  on  the  tunic 
and  frock,  will  denote  a  Militia  battalion  of  the  Lothian  Regiment ; 
3.  Lothian  on  the  valise,  and  3.  Lo.  on  the  rest  of  the  equipment  will 
denote  the  3rd  Battalion,  or  the  first  Militia  Battalion,  of  the  same. 

4.  The  undermentioned  stamps,  &c.,  will  be  used  in  marking 
the  equipment,  and  Officers  Commanding  Battalions  and  Regimental 
Districts  will,  at  once,  put  forward  requisitions  for  such  as  they 
severally  require.  A  portion  of  the  stamps  required  being  already 
in  their  possession^  Commanding  Officers  will  demand  only  those 
necsessary  to  complete,  and  any  stamps  in  possession,  of  descrip- 
tions not  herein  detailed,  wiJl  be  returned  into  store,  as  also 


P.C. 


Ipfintry. 
528 


the  leather  shields  and  numerals  hitherto  employed  for  distinguish- 
ing the  valises.  The  existing  ^-inch  cupper  inlaid,  and  the  J-inch 
gunmetal  letters,  being  unsuited  for  use  with  the  type-holder, 
should  all  be  returned  into  store. 


Description  of  Stamps,  &o. 


Proportions 
allowed    per 


8^ 


Stamps  for 
clothing 


For  Clothing  and  Nece^aries, 

'^         •  1  -J  r        r(o  to8)  .• 

coppeMDlaid,  I  g  J  ^battaUon  numeral, 

i-inch  <^       ^  j^^  type-holder. . 

I  ^letters,  i-egimental,  initial . . 

l^*^^imnietal,  i-in.,  letters,  i-egimental,  terminal 
Stamps,  iron,  (  i  •    .i     f  figures  (0  to  H)  . . 
for  leather  <(  *"^''^  *  1  letters,  regimental,  initial 
or  wood  . .   (^j\-iiK*li,  letters,  regimental,  terminal 
T  fi  •     I    /  figures  (0  to  8) 

irons,    J  Hn^tM  letters,  regimental,  initial  .. 
Dran  mg  j^^s^..inch,  letters,  regimental,  terminal 


For  Buff  Accoutrements, 
r(0  to  8). 


Stamps, 
gun- 
metal 


a  ^ 


figures  <  for  type-holder,  /^"JS^entai' 
numeral       . .  ^     ^^^^^   ^ 

I  l«Hpra  i  '"©^nieutal,  initial 
Uetters^j^jj 

-^■^-inch,  letters,  regimental,  terminal 


sets. 
8» 

2 
2 
2 

!• 

1 

1 

1* 

1 

1 


1' 
1 


sets. 
3» 


2 

2 

V 

1 

1 

1* 

1 

1 


r 


•  • 


Stamps, 
steel 


1 


For  Small'ArmB, 

clash  lines,  for  wood,  ^inch     . . 
j^^    r  figures.  ,",-inch  (0  to  8) 

I  L  ^]-*inch,  regimental,  terminal 

'-metal  J  \  ,Vinch  (0  to »)      ...      y 

(^^\-inch,  regimental,  terminal 

Holders,  type,  inm,  for  figurefl  and  letters 

Wood  blocks,  for  steadying  type  in  holder         . .     sets 

Plates,  stencil.  |)apt*r,  for  marking  valiaes  (2  per  company) 

Brushes,  stencil,  for  type  work.  No.  10 

•^ 

*  The  stamps  marked  with  an  asterisk,  where  already  in  possession,  ahonld  be 
retained. 

t  The  letters  R.D.  wiU  be  issued  on  demand  for  the  use  of  Amaann  enplofed 
in  marking  the  arms  of  B^guneiital  Districts. 

t  These  stamps  will  be  tssoed  on  loan,  aj  required,  under  parafvaph  418  of 
S^abmsBl  TliaiiiaiiiMis, 


s 


5.  Commanding  Officers  in  making  requisitions  will  be  careful 
to  demand  the  proportions  of  large  and  small  letters  strictly  in 
accordance  with  the  regimental  abbreviations  detailed  in  §  1.  All 
initial  letters  should  oe  of  the  larger  size;  the  terminal,  or 
others,  of  the  smaller.  Thus,  the  **  Highland  Light  Infantry '' 
would  require  the  initials,  H.LJ.,  all  of  the  larger  size,  while  the 
*'  Lothian  "  Regiment  would  require  the  combination  of  large  and 
small  letters  in  the  abbreviation  Lo.  Similarly,  N^  (North- 
ampton) ;  Leio.  (Leicester).  *  A  set  comprises  one  letter  of  each 
kind  required. 

6.  When  in  use,  the   block  figures  and  letters  whk;h  mark 
with  paint  or  ink  will  be  set  in  the  type-holder,  which  is  supplied, 
in  order  to  ensure  uniformity  and  rapidity  in  marking. 

7.  As  only  one  size  of  holder  is  issued,  it  is  accompanied  by 
three  small  wooden  blocks  to  pack-in  the  smaller  type.  These 
blocks,  if  lost,  must  be  regi  mentally  replaced. 

8.  The  paper  stencil-plates  will  be  cut  with  the  required  Terri- 
torial names  or  letters  and  battalion  numerals  by  the  Ordnance 
Store  Department,  Royal  Arsenal,  Woolwich,  and  will  he  issued 
thence  to  corps.  The  plates  will  be  prepared  for  marking  as 
described  in  paragraph  13. 

9.  The  following  allowances  will  be  granted  for  re-marking  the 
equipment  of  the  Infantry  of  the  Line. 

a.  The  sum  of  9d»  for  everv  300  water  bottles,  or  straps  for 

the  sam6 ;  or  every  oOO  ammunition  bags,  wustbelts, 
braces,  white  haversacks,  pouches,  straps,  nnd  the 
insides  of  the  flaps  of  valises,  under  paragraph  447« 
Equipment  Regulations,  1881. 

b.  The  sum  of  9(2.  for  every  300  frogs  and  slings  for  rifles. 

e.  The  sum  of  Id.  per  valise  for  marking  the  outside  of  the 
flap  with  white  paint,  using  the  stencil  plate  and 
brush. 

d.  The  sum  of  4el.  for  re-marking  each  squad  bag,  under 
paragraphs  456  and  457^  Equipment  Regulations,  1 881. 
This  allowance  will  cover  any  expense  attending  the 
removal  of  old  marks,  which  may  readily  be  done  with 
a  little  turpentine  and  a  piece  of  rag. 

10.  The  above  allowances  will  cover  both  labour  and  the  cost 
of  paint  or  ink  expended.  ( Vide  paragraph  409,  Equipment  Regu- 
lations, 1881.) 

11.  The  equipment  of  Regimental  Depdts  will  be  re-marked, 
generally,  in  accordance  with  paragraph  458,  Equipment  Regula- 
tions, 1881.  The  arms  will  be  deaJt  with  specially  as  directed  in 
paragraph  472  of  the  same,  and  musical  instruments  under  para- 
giaph  449,  consistently  with  paragraph  2  of  these  Instructions. 


12.  Militia  Battalions  will  have  their  equipment  re-marked 
under  the  following  instructions : — 

a.  Accoutrements  will  be  re-marked  under  paragraph  1261, 
Militia  Regulatioua,  1880.  Stamps  will  be  provided 
on  repayment,  and  the  actual  cost  of  marking,  not 
exceeding  one  half-penny  an  article,  which  must  include 
the  provision  of  stamps  and  ink,  ^1  be  allowed. 

6.  Musical  instruments  will  be  re-marked  under  paragraph 
1263,  Militia  Regulations*  1880,  and  the  allowances 
therein  sanctioned  will  be  granted  for  the  amount  of 
engraving  actually  performed. 

e.  Pending  further  instructions  the  marking  of  arms  now 
in  possession  will  remain  unchanged  for  the  present. 

1^ 13.  Marking  the  outer  flap  of  the  valise  by  means  of  stencil- 

-92I6 li"g  bas  been  prcvisiancUly  approved.      In  marking  the  flap,  the 

battalion   number  and  county  name  or  letters  will  be  placed  as 
nearly  as  possible  across  the  centre  of  the  valise,  thus : — 

L  LOTHIAN.      2.  E.  KENT.       3.  WABWIGK. 

But  where  initial  letters  only  are  used,  care  will  be  taken  to 
place  the  battalion  number  on  the  left  of  the  central  strap  which 
passes  over  the  flap,  and  the  regimental  letters  on  the  right, 
leaving  a  space  between  for  the  strap,  thus : — 


41. 


RJ. 


BX         3. 


SaW*Bi 


The  grenade  and  bugle  used  respectively  with  Fusilier  and 
Light  Infantry  regiments  will  be  placed  to  the  left  of  the  numeral. 

The  initial  letters  and  numerals  are  W  inch  high ;  the  terminal 
and  other  letters  \i  inch  high. 

14.  In  marking  the  valise  the  brush  should  he  used  almost  dry 
with  the  paint  thick.  The  flap  should  be  laid  flat  upon  a  hard 
smooth  surface,  and  the  paint  dabbed  tn,  the  brush  being  held 
vertically,  and  on  no  account  worked  across  the  stenciUplate.  The 
back  of  the  plate  should  be  kept  clear  of  paint  with  a  turpentine 
rag,  and  the  face  also  occasionally  wiped  with  the  rag  to  prevent 
an  accumulation  of  paint 

15.  The  valises  of  Regimental  De)>dts  will  not  be  marked  on 
the  outer  flap.  They  will  be  marked  on  the  inside  only  with 
marking  ink. 


1 

16.  White  painty  of  the  following  composition,  should  hh  used 
in  stencilling : — 

Lead,  white,  ground  in  oil     •  •        lbs.     4 
Gold-size         ••         ••         ••        gill    ^ 

Turpentine       . .         . .         . .  »     i 

The  marking  with  this  mixture  will  dry,  in  an  ordinary  store, 
in  about  eight  hours. 

17.  It  will  not  be  necessary  to  re-mark  articles  of  clothing  and 
necessaries  now  in  possession,  but  the  new  territorial  system  of 
marking  will  be  observed  with  all  new  issaes. 

18.  The  amendments  reiidered  necessary,  in  consequence  of 
these  instructions,  in  the  Equipment  Regulations,  1881 ;  the  Regu- 
lations for  the  Supply  of  Clothing  and  Necessaries  to  the  Regular 
Forces,  1881 ;  and  the  Regulations  for  the  Militia,  1880,  will  be 
notified  hereafter. 


ARMY    CIRCULARS, 


1882.  (•  '■■'.iC'r«2'.; 


O' 


War  Officb, 

1«/  ^i^riZ  1882. 

The  following  Regulations  and  Instructions  are 
promulgated  to  the  Army  by  direction  of  the  Secretary 
of  State  for  War. 


CONTENTS. 


rzwAMroB. 

I.— BEaUULB  FOBOBS. 


PACB 


Olause  66.  Issue  of  a  Consolidated  Boyal  Warrant  for  Pay,  Pro- 
motion, and  Non-Elf ective  Pay         .-.      —      —      -.  8 

„      67.  Allowance  Begralations,  1881- Civilian  Subordinates— 

Travellinff  Allowances       —      —      —      —      —      —  8 

„      68.  Allowanoe  Begnlations,  1881 -Servants*  Allowance  —  8 

„      69.  Financial  Instructions,  1879.— Adjutants  of  Volun- 
teers as  Sub- Accountants  in  Beffimenval  Districts.  4 

,,       60.  Instructions  to  Officers  Paying*  Pensioners—      —      —  4 

„      61.  Gratuities  for  Long*  Service  and  Good  Conduct  —      —  6 

II.-AUXILIABT  FOBCE8. 

MILITIA. 

„       62.  Pay  and  Allowances  of  Officers.— Field  Allowances   —  6 

„       63.  Pay   and    Allowances    of    Officers.  —  Officers     under 

Instruction  —.      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —  6 

„      64.  Justices'  Clerks'  Fees      —      —      —      —      —      —      —  6 

„       66.  Beleases  firom  the  Militia      —      —      —      —      —      —  6 

„       66.  Pay  of  Permanent  Staff—      —      —      —      —      —      —  7 

„       67.  Allowances.— Permanent  Staff,  ftc.       —      —      —      —  7 

„       68.  Financial  Instructions— Allowances     —      —      —      —  8 

„      69.  Channel  Islands  Militia— Pay  and  Allowances  —      —  8 

VOLUNTEERS. 

„      70.  Travelling  Expenses  of  Officers.— Adjutants       —      -  •  10 

„       71.  Enlistment  into  Begular  Forces    —      —      —      —      —  10 

„      72.  Gratuity  to  Men  Injured  on  Duty        —      —      —      —  11 

„      73.  Capitation  Allowances.  -  Ordinary  Capitation  AUow- 

anoes    —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —  U 


avxiATxoirs  ro&  thb  ookmissajbixat 


Olausa  74.  Bevised  Schedules  of  Barrack  Fumiture.^Chaplaina' 

SurpUces      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      U 


LONlN>N: 

ABB  BObB  BT 

W.CLOWFfi  S SO^  8  f  I.lmtt«4), U.  CharloirCrt^fl :  HARmSON  S  M)NS.M.  Pin  1 
W.  H.  ALLEN  Jl  Co..  l\  Waterloo  Plae* :  W.  MITCHELL.  $k  Chaiinv  CroBtt 
LONQMAND  *  Co..  l*BtOTiie«Ur  Row;  TBUBNER  S  Co^V*  8B.  LaJffBto  HIUj 
SrAMrOBD.ChBnarCiWii     KKOAM  PAU  L,  TBKMCH  1  Oo..  U  PBtii»wtarltMm 

^Im  Ay 
OBirrur  ft  Co,  no  Hard.  PoBMBAi  A.  a  a  black.  Ibwbbbmi  _  ._ 

Frite  Fwrptmet. 


April  1889.] 


Cont6iit8*-"^<^^t«M/« 


viiATZoifs  ran  ths  osBVAVca  sxoaa 


——  TJLOm 

OlAUMB  76.  ChAplalns'  Snrplloefl       .      —      »^-.  —  ^12 

76.  Boxes  for  Shrapnel  Shell,  BoyalKavy—      —  ^  —     IS 

77.  Conildantlal  Beporta       —      —      —      .—      -.  —  —     12 


19 

n 


m 


BQUZPBKSVT  HaOVXiATZOVS 

I.-BBaT]r£lB   70B0BS. 

Olavae  78.  Inatmotiona    for    keeping     Boyal    Artillery     Store 

Accounta      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —.—     18 

,»      70.  Inatmotiona  for  keeping  Eauipment  I^edffera     —      —     14 

,y      80.  Boarda  of  Survey  and  Oonrta  of  Enq airy.— Damaged 

Arma     —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —     15 

,,      81.  Graduated  Trayeraing  Area  for  B.M.L,  Quns,  0*lnoh 

to  12-6-inch  --      —      ----'--15 

„       62.  Beventinff  Ordnance       —      —      —      —      —      —      —     16 

II.-AUZIUABT  FOBOBS. 
MIUTtA. 

,1      S3.  Channel  Islanda  Militia— Arma  and  AccoutremenU  —      16 


OVXiATZONS    rO&    TBS    A&aKT    HBDZOAZi 

ZISFA&TflBBXT. 

Olavsa  84.  Keteoroloffical  Observatlona  —      —      —      —      —      —     17 


OZiOTHZNO   AND    MBOSSSAaZSS. 

MILITIA. 
Olanaa  86.  Kilitia  Bocniita       —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      iQ 

,»      86.  Channel  Islanda  Militia—      —      —      —      —      —      —      iQ 


GSNSBAZi  ABOVZiATZOVa. 

I.-BEOT7LAB  FOBCBS. 

Olanae  87.  Military  Prisons  (Homo)  under  the  Army  Act,  1881  —     20 

,y      88*  Army  School  Bcffulations       —      —      —      —      —      —     20 

„      80.  Stationery.  —  Binding  Army  Circulara   and  Oeneral 

Orders  —      —      —       —       —       —      —       —      _«jj0 

„      00.  MUiUry  Books-      —      —      —      —      —      .-..     21 
„      01.  Army  Advertisements    —      —      —      —      —      —      _2i 

IZ.— AX7XILIABY  AKD  BBSBBYB  FOBOBS. 

MIUTtA. 
„      02.  Commissions  in  the  Army     —      —      —      —      —      —     21 

9,      03.  Betirement  of  Quarter-Mastera    —      —      —      —      —     22 

VOLUNTEERS. 

,f      04.  Sohoola  of  Inatmction.— OfBoera     <—      —      —      —      —    22 

ARMY    RESERVE. 
„      85.  Training  of  Clasa  ZI.  of  the  Army  Beaarve—      —      —    o^ 

„      06.  ABMT  FOBMS  AHB  BOOKS       ----.«.     23 

Appandlx  to  Clauaa  60      •««-      —      <*      —      —      —     —      ••26 


f April  1SS1$. 


Finance  (Regular  Forces). 


FINANCE. 


z.--asoiJXiAa  roaoss. 

Issue  of  a  Consolidated  Boyal  Warrant  for  Fay,  Fromotioni 

and  Non-Effective  Fay. 

1.  Her  Majesty  has  been  pleased  to  cancel  the  Royal  Warrants  (Jlause  56. 
of  the  25th  June"  1881,  and  of  the  22nd  February  1882,  and  to 

grant  a  consolidated  Warrant  regulating  the  Pay  and  Promotion 
of  the  Army  as  well  as  Pensions  and  other  Non-Effective  Pay- 
ments. This  Warranty  which  is  merely  a  consolidation  of  the 
Royal  Warrant  of  the  25th  June  1881^  and  of  the  Corrigenda 
Warrant,  will  have  effect  from  the  Ist  July  1881. 

2.  Copies  of  the  new  Warrant  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  I., 
Parts  I.  and  II.),  will  shortly  be  issued,  at  the  public  expense,  to 
Officers  and  others  entitled  to  them.  Meantime  the  Warrant  of 
25th  June  1881,  as  amended  by  that  of  22nd  February  1882,  may 
be  used  and  quoted. 

3*  Clause  37,  Array  Circulars,  1882,  is  hereby  cancelled. 


Allowance  Regulations,  1881— Civilian  Subordinates- 
Travelling  Allowances. 

1.  The  Special  Regulations  for  the  Travelling  Expenses  and  Clause  57* 
Trayelling  Allowances  of  Civilian  Subordinates  employed  in  the 
Manufacturing  and  Chemical  Departments,  in  the  Koyal  Army 
Clothing  Depdt,  and  in  the  Ordnance  Store  Department  at  Home 
Stations,  referred  to  in  paragraph  470  of  the  Allowance  Regula- 
tions, 1881,  have  been  amended,  and  copies  of  the  amended 
regalations  wiU  be  issued  to  those  concerned. 

2.  The  Special   Regulations  issued  with  Clause  287^  Army 
Circulars,  1880,  are  hereby  cancelled. 

Allowance  Regulations,  1881— Servants'  Allowance. 

A  modification  in  the  certificate  on  Army  Form  0  1768  is  ClauSO  58* 
rendered  necessary  by  Section  VII.,  paragraph  127,  of  the 
Queen's  Regulations  and  Orders  for  the  Army,  1881.  Until 
a  revised  form  is  issued  the  following  words  will  accordingly 
be  inserted  in  manuscript  after  the  word  ^^  public,^'  in  the  third 
fine  of  Certificate  No.  1,  signed  by  an  Officer  drawing  the  allowance 
for  one  personal  servant : — 

**  (except  the  usual  batman  allowed  to  a  mounted  Officer).** 

b2 


April  18S9.] 


Finance  (Regular  ForceB)— continued. 


Financial  Instractions,  1879— Acyutants  of  Volunteers 
Sub- Accountants  in  Regimental  Districts, 

Clause  59*  !•  I^l^e  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  175  of  the 
Financial  Instructions  of  Ist  April  1879^  issued  with  Clause  62, 
Arniy  Circulars,  1879,  as  amended  by  Clause  252,  Army 
Circulars,  1879  :— 

lY5a.  From  the  Ist  April  1882,  Adjutants  of  Light  Hor«e» 
Artillery,  Engineer,  and  Rifle  Volunteers  will  act  as  Sob- 
Accountants  to  the  Paymasters  of  the  Regimental  DistridSy 
as  shown  in  the  Statement  printed  in  the  Appendix  (see  psget 
2.1  to  32),  and  the  Paymaster  will  issue  to  the  Adjutant  such 
advances  of  cash  as  may  be  necessary  for  the  payment  of 
the  authorized  pay  and  allowances  of  the  Staff  of  the  Corps. 

ia5&.  The  Adjutant  will  keep  a  strict  record  of  all  sains 
received  and  expended  by  him,  and  such  record  will  at  all 
times  be  open  for  inspection  by  the  Paymaster  to  whom 
he  is  Sub-Accountant. 

lYftc.  All  payments  made  by  the  Adjutant  will  be 
accounted  for  to  the  Paymaster  of  the  Regimental  District^ 
monthly,  on  Army  Form  N  1494  (revised),  not  later  than 
seven  days  after  the  expiration  of  the  month. 

lYftc/.  The  names  of  the  Officers  and  non-commisaioiied 
( iliccrs  of  the  Staff  will  be  entered  in  the  Pay  List  of  the 
Uc<;imental  District,  with  the  details  of  the  pay,  &c.,  issued  to 
them,  in  the  same  manner  as  is  now  done  in  the  case  of  the 
Stafl'  of  Militia  Regiments. 

2.  No  requisition  will  be  made  for  Army  Form  N  1494  (revised), 
as  the  necessary  supply  will  be  issued  forthwith. 


Instructions  to  Officers  Paying  Pensioners. 

(iSSrSD  AS  A  BTBCUL  IBMT  CIBCrUia  OK  TBI  Sth  mabch  1882.) 

Clause  60*  l*  OflBcers  paying  Pensioners  will  not,  after  the  81st  Msfdi 
1882,  be  furnished  with  special  authorities  (F  7,  Form  84)  fiir  the 
payment  of  newly-admitted  Army  Pensioners,  but  will,  in  soch 
cases,  receive  from  this  office  the  man's  descriptive  reUun 
(on  Army  Form  D  400),  and  his  pension  certificate,  showing  the 
rate  of  pension  and  the. period  for  which  it  has  been  granted* 
ThcFC  details  will  be  carefullv  noted  bv  the  Officer. 


6  [April  1882* 


Finance  (Regular  Forces)— continued 


2.  When  application  is  made  by  the  Pensioner  for  his  first  Clause  60 
payment,  the  Officer  will  call  upon  him  for  his  discharge  certi-     continued. 
ficate,  and  on  its  receipt  will  forward  to  him   his  certificate  of 

identity  (on  Army  Form  D  416)  and  pension  certificate^  with  a 
form  of  life  certificate  (Army  Form  D  448)^  and  will  at  the  sama 
time  return  his  discharge  certificate. 

3.  On  receipt  by  the  Officer  of  the  life  certificate  duly 
completed^  he  will  send  the  pensioner  a  money  order  for  the 
amount  of  his  pension  (deducting  any  sums  due  on  account  of 
stoppages  or  advance  of  pension),  together  with  another  form  of 
life  certificate  for  the  ensuing  quarter's  payment. 

4.  The  date  of  admission  of  each  Army  Pensioner  will  be 
entered  in  the  column  of  remarks  against  the  first  charge  for 
bis  pension  in  the  Advice  List. 

Gratuities  for  Long  Service  and  Good  Conduct. 

1.  The  Secretary  of  State  for  War  has  approved  of  the  issue  Clause  61- 
of  gratuities  in  accordance  with  the  provisions  contained  in  Clauses 

65  and  95^  Army  Circulars,  1879,  to  the  Non-Commissioned 
Officers  and  men  awarded  Medals  for  Long  Service  and  Good 
Conduct  by  General  Order  No.  96  of  1882. 

2.  The  investment  or  payment  of  these  gratuities  will  be 
l^ovemed  by  the  position  of  the  men  on  the  1st  February  1882^ 
from  which  date  interest  will  be  allowed  on  the  sums  invested. 


iz.— AuxsziiAav  roaoBS.i 


MILITIA. 

Pay  and  Allowances  of  Officers— Field  Allowances. 

The  following  will  be  inserted  after  sub-section  (c),  added  to  Clause  6.  • 
paragraph  528  of  the  Regulations  for  the  Militia,  1880  (Army 
Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.),  by  Clause  109,  Army  Circulars,  1881  :— 

(J.)  By  a  certificate  from  the  CommaiidinGr  Officer  that  the 
claimants  were  not  in  receipt  of  travelling  allowance 
for  any  day  for  which  field  allowance  is  claimed. 

Pay  and  Allowances  of  Officers.— Officers  under  Instruction. 

Paragraph  540  of   the    Regulations   for  the  Militin,   1880  Clause  63< 
(Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.),  is  hereby  cancelled. 


April  1889.J  6 


Finance  (Auxiliary  ToTces)'-continued. 


Justices'  Clerks*  Fees. 

Clause  64         1-  '^^^  follovring  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  621  of  the 
Militia  Regulations,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.)  :— 

091.  The  fee  to  the  Magistrate's  Clerk  for  the  descrip- 
tive return  of  a  deserter  or  absentee  from  the  Militia,  required 
by  Section  154  of  the  Army  Act,  1881, -to  be  sent  to  the 
Secretary  of  State,  is  2$. 

2.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraphs  827a  to 
827c,  added  to  the  Militia  Regulations  by  Clause  268,  Army 
Circulars,  1380,  and  amended  bv  Clause  156,  Army  Circulars, 
1881  :— 

897a.  When  prosecutions  are  instituted  before  a  court  of 
summary  jurisdiction,  the  fees  to  which  the  Justices'  Clerks 
have  a  claim,  and,  in  Scotland,  the  expenses  of  Procurators 
Fiscal,  will  be  paid,  at  the  time,  by  the  Officer  bringing  the 
ofieuder  to  trial. 

Hnb.  The  fee  payable  for  the  descriptive  return  of  a 
deserter  or  absentee  from  the  Militia,  will,  in  like  manner, 
be  paid  by  the  Officer  bringing  the  offender  to  trial. 

827r.  Claims  for  the  reimbursements  of  payments  made 
in  accordance  with  paragraphs  827a  and  827&  will  be 
forvrardcd  to  the  War  Office  for  settlement.  Those  paid  in 
accordance  \uth  paragraph  827a  will  be  accompanied  by  a 
detailed  statement  of  the  fees,  and  the  receipt  of  the  Clerk 
or  Procurator  Fiscal.  In  England  and  Wales,  the  paying 
officer  will  certify  that  the  rates  charged  accord  with  the 
local  scale  authorized  by  the  Home  Office.  In  Scotland  the 
claim  of  the  Justices'  Clerk  will  be  certified  by  a  Justice  of 
the  Peace. 

Releases  from  the  Militia. 

Clause  65*  ^'^^  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  625  of 
the  Uegulations  for  the  Militia,  1880  (Army  Regulatioiii. 
Vol.  VIII.)  :— 

095.  A  Militiaman  who  volunteers  and  is  enlisted  acd 
approved  for  the  Regular  Forces,  under  paragraph  199,  will 
receive,  with  the  consent  of  the  Officer  Commanding  the 
Militia  Regiment,  the  bounty  to  which  he  would  have  been 
entitled  if  he  had  completed  the  Training.  The  same  rale 
will  apply  to  re-erlisted  Militiamen.  A  recruit,  however,  will 
not  be  granted  bounty  unless  he  shall  have  completed  the 
full  period  of  Drill  on  enlistment,  or  Preliminary  thUl 
required  of  him. 


[April  1882, 


Finaiice  (Auxiliary  Vozces)— continued. 


Fay  of  Permanent  StaflT. 

1.  The  following  will,  from  the  1st  of  July  1881,  be  sub-  Clause  66^ 
stituted  for  paragraphs  632  and  632a,  added  to  the  Regalations 

for  the  Militia,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIIL),  by  Clause 
293,  Army  Circulars,  1880  :— 

OS9.  Non-commissioned  officers  and  others  of  the  Regular 
Forces  while  serving  on  the  Militia  Staff  on  their  Army 
engagements  will  receive  Pay>  Extra-duty  and  Engineer 
Pay  at  the  rates  and  under  the  provisions  contained  in  the 
Royal  Warrants  and  Regulations  applicable  to  the  Regular 
Forces. 

2.  In  paragraph  636,  the  words  ^'  not  serving  on  their  Army 
engagement''  will  be  inserted  after  the  words  "Permanent  Staff" 
iu  the  second  line^  and  the  words  ''of  the  Permanent  Staff"  will 
be  omitted  from  the  first  line  of  sub-section  (a). 

3.  Paragraphs  111,  112,  113,  633,  and  634,  of  the  above-men- 
tioned Regulations,  are  hereby  cancelled. 

Allowances— Permanent  Staff,  &c« 

1.  The  undermentioned  alterations  in  the  R3gulations  fur  the  (];i{^i3e  67- 
Militia,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIIL),  will  take  effect  from 

the  1st  April  1882. 

ZiOdginff  Allowanoe— ?ennane&t  Staff. 

2.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraphs  683  and 
684:— 

683.  When  such  members  are  not  billeted  they  will  be 
entitled,  when  proceeding  on  enlistment  duty  or  under  the 
authority  of  routes,  to  lodging  allowance  at  4kf.  a  night,  in 
lieu  of  quarters  fuel  and  light,  except  in  the  case  of  those 
members  who  are  serving  under  their  Army  engagements. 
The  latter  will  receive  lodging  money  for  the  ranks  they  hold  in 
the  Militia  at  the  rates  laid  down  for  the  corresponding  ranks 
in  the 'Allowance  Regulations,  1881. 

684.  Warrant  and  Non-Commissioned  Officers  serving 
under  their  Army  engagement,  for  whom  no  public  quarters 
are  available,  will  receive  the  lodging  allowance  of  the  ranks 
they  hold  in  the  Militia,  at  the  rates  laid  down  for  the  corres- 
ponding ranks  in  the  Allowance  Regulations,  1881. 

Fuel  and  Li^ht  AUowanoM. 

3.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraphs  698^  699 
and  700  :— 

009.  When  fuel  and  light  are  issued  in  kind,  the  issues 
for  all  services  authorised  for  the  Militia  will  be  at  Army 
rates  for  the  ranks  held  in  the  Militia,  and  subject  to  Army 
R^^ations,   except  for   Serjeant-Majors,  Quartei^Master- 


Jkpril  1889.]  8 


Finance  (Auxiliary  Forcesy-continued. 


Glanse  67         Seijcants,  and  Paymaster-Serjeants,  not  serving  under  Army 
/^couiim^d.  engagements,  ivho  will  draw  the  rates  laid  down  for  non- 

commissioned officers  of  the  Regular  Forces  belonging  to 
Class  II. 

UDO*  Members  of  the  Permanent  Staff  serving  under 
their  Army  engagements  will,  when  not  provided  with  fuel 
and  light  in  kind  receive  allowances  in  lieu  at  the  Army  rates 
for  the  ranks  they  hold  in  the  Militia,  subject  to  tbft  con- 
ditions prescribed  in  the  Allowance  Regulations,  1881. 

VOO.  Non-commissioned  officers  on  the  married  roll  irho 
are  not  serving  under  Army  engagements  will,  when  provided 
with  quarters  but  not  with  fuel  and  light  in  kind,  receive  the 
allowances  iu  lieu  of  fuel  and  light  at  Army  rates  for  Class  III., 
subject  to  the  conditions  prescribed  in  the  Allowance  Regula- 
tions, 1881. 

Field  AUowanoe. 

4.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  708 : — 

1f08a.  Warrant  Officers  of  the  Regular  Forces  transferred 
to  the  Permanent  Staff  of  the  Militia  to  fill  the  appointment 
of  Serjeant-Major  will,  when  under  canvas,  be  granted  field 
allowance  at  Is.  a-day.  Claims  will  be  preferred  in  the  same 
manner  as  those  of  Officers  (see  paragraphs  528  and  529)* 

TimTeUlnff  AUowmnoea^Permanent  Staff. 

5.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  710:^- 

TlOa.  Warrant  Officers  of  the  Regular  Forces  transferred 
to  the  Permanent  Staff  of  the  Militia  to  fill  the  appointment 
of  Serjeant-Major,  will,  when  travelling  on  public  duty,  be 
entitled  to  travelling  allowances  as  Warrant  Officers* 

Financial  InstroctionB— Allowances. 

Clause  68        ^^  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  845  of  the  Regu- 
lations for  the  Militia,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.)  :— 

84J^a.  The  statements  and  certificates  referred  to  in  para- 
graph 845  will  be  rendered  separately  for  recruits  attached  to 
a  Regimental  Pep6t ;  and  separate  ration  returns  on  Army 
Form  742  will  be  furnished  to  the  Commissariat  for  these 
recruits. 

Channel  Islands  Militia— Pay  and  Allowances. 

Clause  60-       !•  'Th^  following  will  be  the  rates  of  pay  and  allowances  of  the 
Channel  Islands  Militia. 

2.  The  present  Assistant  Adjutant-General  will  receive  pay  at 
lis.  a-day,  servants*  allowance  at  1#.  a-day,  and  forape,  stabliniTy 
quarters,  and  fuel  and  light,  as  for  a  Regimental  Field  Officer  not 


{April  1882« 


Eaiance  (Auxiliary  Forces)— continued. 


commanding.     When  forage,  stabling,  quarters,  or  fuel  and  light,  Clause  69 
cannot  be  provided  in  kind,  allowances  will  be  issued  in  lieu  thereof    «'*^**««^- 
at  Army  rates. 

3.  Adjutants  appointed  before  the  recent  re-organization  of 
the  Force  will  receive  pay  at  lO*.  a-day,  servants*  allowance 
at  Is.  a-day,  forage  and  stabling  for  one  horse,  and  quarters, 
and  fuel  and  light,  as  for  a  Regimental  Captain.  When  forage, 
stabling,  quarters,  or  fuel  and  light,  cannot  be  provided  in 
kind,  allowances  will  be  issued  in  lieu  thereof  at  Army  rates.  An 
OflBcer  of  the  Regular  Forces  appointed  Adjutant  subsequently  to 
the  re-organization  will  receive  the  pay  and  allowances  of  an 
Officer  of  his  rank,  as  provided  in  the  Royal  Warrants  and 
Regulations  applicable  to  the  Regular  Forces. 

4.  A  Warrant  Officer  or  non-commissioned  officer  serving  with 
the  Permanent  StaflF  on  his  Army  engagement  will  receive  pay 
according  to  the  rank  held  by  him  in  the  Militia,  and  at  the  same 
rate  as  if  serving  in  such  rank  with  a  battalion  or  corps  of  the  * 
corresponding  arm  of  the  Regular  Forces.  He  will  also  receive 
the  allowances  as  provided  in  the  Allowance  Regulations  for  a 
Warrant  Officer  or  non-commissioned  officer,  according  to  the 
rank  held  by  him  in  the  Militia.  If  married  at  the  time  of 
transfer  or  subsequently,  with  the  leave  of  his  Commanding 
Officer,  he  will  be  entitled  to  the  special  rates  laid  down  for  men 
on  the  married  establishment. 

5.  A  non-commissioned  officer  serving  with  the  Permanent 
Staff  on  any  other  than  an  Army  engagement,  will  receive  the 
following  daily  rates  of  pay : — 


Serjeant-Major  ..  •• 
Quartor-Ma>tcr-Serjeant  . . 
Battery  Seijeant-Major  •• 
Colour-S?rjeant 

Serjeant* Instructor  of  Gunnery  , 
„  „  Musketry, 


Artillery. 


Infantry. 


».  d. 

9.    d. 

3    8 

3    2 

3    0 

•  • 

2    8 

• . 

•  • 

2    0 

2    8 

•  • 

•  • 

2     0 

6.  A  non-commissioned  officer,  whether  serving  on  his  Army 
engagement  or  not,  will  receive  extra-duty  pay  as  follows : — 

When  appointed  to  act  as  Orderlj-Boom   Serjeant  to   a 

Begiment  of  Artillery  or  Infantry  . .  . .         . .       6</.  a-day. 

When  appointed  to  act  as  Quarter-Master-Serjeant  in  an 

Infantry  Begiment .  •         .  •         .  •         . .         •  •         •  •       I'*     ») 

7.  A  non-commissioned  officer  not  serving  on  his  Army  engage- 
ment, holding  the  appointment  of  Serjeant- Instructor  in  Musketry, 
who  is  in  possession  of  a  certificate  of  qualification  as  such,  or  a 


April  1889.]  10 


Finance  (Auxiliary  Torcesy-conunueiL 


Clanse  69  i^on-commissioned  officer  holding  the  appointment  of  Serjeant- 
continued.  Instructor  .of  Gunnery^  who  has  passed  through  the  long  course  of 
instruction  at  the  School  of  Gunnery  at  Shoeburyness,  and  obtained 
a  certificate  of  qualification  as  Assistant  Instructor  in  Gunnery, 
will  be  allowed  2d.  a-day  in  addition  to  the  rate  of  pay  granted  by 
paragraph  5. 

8.  Non-commissioned  officers  who  are  not  serving  on  their 
Army  engagements,  will^  if  they  cannot  be  provided  with  qaartera, 
be  granted  an  allowance  of  4d.  a-day  in  lieu  of  lodgings,  fuel,  and 
light. 

9.  Men,  not  serving  on  their  Army  engagements,  employed  as 
markers  or  fatigue  men  during  musketry  instruction  will  be  allowed 
extra-duty  pay  at  4c/.  a-day  for  each  day  on  which  they  arc  certified 
to  have  been  actually  employed. 

10.  A  sum  of  240/.  will  be  provided  annually  from  Imperial 

Funds  for  prizes  for  good  shooting.    This  sum  will  be  allotted  as 

,  follows: — 

£ 

JerMj        ••         ..         120 

Guenuey 108 

Aldernej ••       12 

1).  Such  amount }  as  are  necessarily  expended  on  Postage  and 
Contingencies  will  be  chargeable  to  the  public  in  accordance  with 
Army  rules  (paragraphs  789  to  791  of  the  Allowance  Regulatiims, 
Army  Regulations,  Vol.  I.,  Part  III.),  and  every  chai^ge  thereof 
will  be  vouched  by  a  certificate  on  Army  Form  P  1940. 

VOLUNTEERS. 


Travelling  Ezpensefl  of  Officers— A^jatonta. 

Clause  70-  ^^^  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  805  of  the 
Regulations  for  the  Volunteer  Force,  1881  (Army  Regulation«» 
Vol.  IX.)  :— 

805«  When  an  Adjutant  is  with  his  Corps  in  a  Ragi* 
mental  Camp  of  Instruction,  he  will  be  granted  an  allowanee 
of  bs.  a-day  during  the  period  of  residence  in  camp,  but  1m 
will  not  draw  field  allowance. 

Enlistment  into  Regular  Forces. 

rianoA  91         ^^^^  following  will  bc  added  after  paragraph  436  of  the  Regula. 
i^iawe  iu  tionsfor  the  Volunteer  Force,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  IX,): — 

486a.  A  Volunteer  who  enlists  into  the  ReKular  Foroea, 
and  for  whom  Capitation  Allowance  may  be  granted,  under 
the  conditions  contained  in  Sub^section  {dd.)  of  paragraph  7&4^ 
will  be  relieved  from  payment  to  his  Corps  of  any  sum  oia 
account  of  Capitation  Allowsnce  for  the  year  in  which  ke 
enlists. 


11  [April  1689. 


Fmance  (Auxiliary  Forceih-contimied. 


Gratuity  to  Men  Injured  on  Duty. 

The  following   will  be   added   after  paragraph    448    of   the  Glau^  72 
Begulat^ons  for  the  Volunteer  Force^  1831  (Army  Regulations^ 
Vol.  IX.)  :— 

44Ji$a.  A  sura  not  exceeding  S.-?.  Gd.  a-day  will  be  granted 
for  a  period  not  exceeding  six  months,  to  an  enrolled  member 
of  the  Volunteer  Force,  who  may  be  injured  whilst  in  the 
performance  of  military  duty,  and  rendered  incapable  of 
resuming  his  trade  or  calling  in  consequence  of  such  injury. 

448i.  The  gratuity  will  be  limited  to  the  period  during 
which  the  man  shall  be  shown  to  have  been  unable  to  follow 
his  occupation,  and  will  not  be  issuable  for  any  period  during 
which  he  shall  have  been  under  treatment,  and  been  subsisted 
in  a  military  hospital. 

Capitation  Allowances. 

OBDINABT   CAPITATION   AI.I4OWANCS.I 

The  following  will  be  added  after  sub-section  Id),  paragraph  754,  Clause  73- 
of  the  Regulations  for  the  Volunteer  Force,  1881  (Army  Regula- 
tions, Vol.  1 X.)  : — 

(rfrf.)  For  every  Volunteer  efficient  on  the  1  st  of  the  pre- 
ceding November,  who,  during  the  ensuing  twelve  months, 
may,  with  the  consent  of  his  Commanding  Officer,  enlist  into 
the  Regular  Forces  after  having  completed  the  number  of 
drills  which  would  have  entitled  him  to  be  reckoned  as  an 
efficient  for  the  year  if  he  had  not  quitted  his  corps. 


BEGOLATIONS  FOR  THE  COMMISSARIAT  AND 

TRANSPORT  STAFF 


Revised  Schedules  of  Barrack  Furniture— Chaplains' 

Surplices. 

The  following  addition  will  be  made  to  Schedule  23  o£  the  Clause  74 
Schedules  to  Barrack  Furniture,  Bedding,  and  Utensils,  promul- 
gated by  Clause  174,  Army  Circulars,  1880,  after  '^  stands,  wash- 
hand,  complete,^'  &c. 


SurpU 


•  • 


Fort  Acting  Chaplain,  bj  special 
W.O.  autiioritj. 


t  For  Cli^lains'  surplices,  see  paragnpbs  202a,  202b,  202r,  added  to  the  Ordnance 
Store  Begulations  by  Clause  75,  Army  Circulars,  1882. 


April  1889.]  12 


Begulations  for  the  Ordnance  Store  Department 


REGULATIONS  FOR  THE  ORDNANCE  STORE 

DEPARTMENT. 


Chaplains*  Surplices, 

Clause  75*  1*  ^^^  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  202  of  the 
Begulations  for  the  Ordnance  Store  Department^  1879  (Army 
Regulations,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  11.)  :— 

909a.  Surplices  are  issued  for  the  personal  use  of  indi- 
vidual Chaplains,  and  will  be  su]>plied  hj  the  Ordnance  Store 
Department  of  the  District  in  which  the  Chaplains  may  be 
serving.     Surplices  are  not  transferable. 

909b,  New  Surplices  to  replace  those  that  are  unservice- 
able can  only  be  obtained  by  the  production  of  the  worn-oat 
Surplices,  together  wich  the  delivery  voucher  or  a  statement 
showing  from  whence,  and  on  what  date,  they  were  received. 

909c.  Any  Surplices  which  may  be  in  the  possession  of 
a  Chaplain  when  he  retires  from  the  service  will  be  returned 
into  store. 

2.  Clause  5,  Army  Circulars,  1876,  is  hereby  cancelled. 

Boxes  for  Shrapnel  Shell,  Royal  Navy. 

Clause  76*  ^^^  following  will  be  substituted  for  patagraph  750  of  the 
Regulations  for  the  Ordnance  Store  Department,  1879  (Army 
Regulations,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  II.)  :— 

T&O*  Shrapnel  shells  will  be  issued  to,  and  received  from. 
Her  Majesty's  ships  in  boxes.  When  R.B.L.  shrapnel  are 
received  on  l)oard  they  will  be  removed  from  the  boxes,  and 
the  latter  will  be  returned  to  store;  but  R.M.L.  shrapnel 
will  be  retained  and  stowed  in  their  boxes  as  hitherto. 

Ordnance  Store  Officers  will  be  prepared  to  issue  boxes 
for  the  return  to  store  of  R.B.L.  shrapnel,  on  demand  from 
Officers  Commanding  Her  Majesty's  ships. 

Confidential  Reports. 

Clanse  77*  1*  '^^^  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  874  of  the 
Regulations  for  the  Ordnance  Store  Department,  1879  (Army 
Regulations,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  II.)  :— 

IT.— Beporta  on  the  Departmant. 

9t4a.  Confidential  Reports,  on  Army  Forms  C  S06  and 
C  882,  on  the  conduct  and  efficiency  of  the  Officers  and 
Conductors  of  the  Ordnance  Store  Department  serving 
under  him,  will  be  rendered  by  the  Senior  Ordnance  Store 


13  [April  1889. 


Segulations  for  the  Ordaance  Store  Department— oon^i/iued 

Officer,  through  the  General  or  other  Officer  commanding,  to  Clause  77 
the  Surveyor-General  of  the  Ordnance,  on  the  Slst  March  in  «>»*«"»«'• 
each  year.  These  reports  will  be  signed  by  the  Senior 
Ordnance  Store  Officer,  whose  duty  it  will  be  to  advert  to  any 
discreditable  conduct  on  the  part  of  an  Officer  or  Conductor 
of  Stores,  or  to  any  pecuniary  embarrassment  under  which 
an  Officer  or  Conductor  of  Stores  is  known  to  be  suffering. 

8T4i.  In  the  event  of  an  Officer  or  Conductor  of  Stores 
leaving  a  command  during  the  year,  a  special  report,  upon 
the  Forms  mentioned  in  the  preceding  paragraph,  will  be 
rendered  to  the  War  Office  at  the  time  when  his  departure  is 
reported. 

8T4c.  When  the  command  of  a  General  Officer  consists 
of  more  than  one  district  or  brigade,  as  in  Ireland,  the  remarks 
of  the  Divisional  Officers  will  be  supplemented  by  any  which 
the  Senior  Ordnance  Store  Officer  in  the  command  may  desire 
to  offer  before  their  submission  to  the  Surveyor-General  of 
the  Ordnance. 

2.  Clause  45,  Army  Circulars,  1879,  is  hereby  cancelled. 


EQUIPMENT  REGULATIONS. 

X.—: 


Instructions  for  keeping  Royal  Artillery  Store  Accounts- 

1.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  3,  on  page  541,  (Jl^xise  78 
of  Appendix  IV.   to  the  Equipment  Regulations,  1881    (Army 
Regulations,  Vol.  III.) : — 

3a.  It  will  not  be  necessary  to  open  new  District  Ledgers 
every  time  an  account  is  balanced.  The  balance  should  be 
struck  close  up  to  where  the  entries  terminate  on  the  left 
hand,  or  receipt  side,  of  the  ledger,  and  the  "  state  *'  or  com- 
mencing line  of  the  new  account  should  follow  immediately 
after;  the  accounts  being  thus  continued  in  the  same  ledger 
so  long  as  it  will  last. 

2.  Paragraph  2,  on  page  644  of  the  above-mentioned  Appendix^ 
will  stand  amended  as  under,  and  the  following  new  paragraph 
will  be  added : — 

».  The  Subsidiary  Store  Account  records  to  be  kept  by 
Sub- Accountants,  that  is,  by  OflScers  Commanding  Artillery 
Militia  or  Artillery  Volunteer  Corps  in  the  District,  and  by 


April  18S9.J  14 

Equipment  Begulations  (Regular  Forces)— coiUtniiMi. 

daue  78         Officers,   Master  Gunners,  or  others  in    charge    of   Sab- 

districtSj  will  be : — 

(a.)  Subsidiary  Store  Account  (Army  Book  118,  or  Army 
Book  118a,  as  may  be  found  suitable). 

'J.)  Subsidiary  Receipt  Journal  (Army  Book  195), 
c.)  Subsidiary  Issue  Journal  (Army  Book  196), 

(d.)  Expenditure  Journal  (Army  Book  36). 

(e.)  Demand  Book  (Army  Book  87). 

(/.;  Distribution  Book  (Army  Book  211,  211a,  or  211b, 
as  may  be  necessary), 

2a.  It  will  not  be  necessary  to  open  new  Subsidiary 
Ledgers  every  time  an  account  is  balanced.  The  balance 
should  be  struck  close  up  to  where  the  entries  terminate  on 
the  left  hand  or  receipt  side  of  the  ledger,  and  the  ''state''  or 
commencing  line  of  the  new  account  should  follow  imme- 
diately after ;  the  accounts  being  thus  continued  in  the  same 
ledger  so  long  as  it  will  last. 


f. 


Instructions  for  keeping  Equipment  Ledgers. 

Glanse  79  ^'  '^^^  words  ''  (see  Appendix  III.)''  will  be  added  after  the 
word  "  them  "  in  the  eleventh  line  of  paragraph  8  of  the  Equipment 
B.egulations,  1881  ^Army  Regulations,  Vol.  III.) 

2.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  3  of  Appendix 
III.  to  the  above-mentioned  regulations  : — 

8a.  When  equipmeut  is  transferred  from  one  Officer 
Coramandinrr*  or  other  Accountant,  to  another,  the  articles  in 
possession  will,  before  the  totals  of  receipts  and  issues  are 
entered  in  ink,  be  counted  and  compared  with  the  le(^ger,  in 
accordance  with  the  provisions  of  paragraph  7  of  these  llegu* 
lations. 

Bb.  Any  surplus  stores  will  at  once  be  brought  on  charge 
in  the  ledger  by  a  Certificate  Receipt  Voucher,  and  all  atom 
which  may  be  found  deficient  will  be  struck  off  by  a  Priced 
Expense  Voucher  (Army  Form  P  1925).  These  vouchers  will 
be  signed  both  by  the  Officer  who  assumes  and  the  Officer  who 
gives  over  charge. 

Sc.  A  balance  will  then  be  struck  as  directed  in  paragraph 
21  of  this  Appendix,  which  will  show  the  total  of  each  artido 
of  equipment  for  which  the  Officer  who  takes  over  the  charge 
is  responsible.  This  balance  will  agree  with  the  numbers 
given  by  the  certificate  referred  to  in  paragraph  8  of  these 
Hegulations. 


15 


[▲pril  1889. 


Equipment  Regulations  (Begular  Forces)'-t^ntmued, 


Sd.  The  ledger  will  not  be  rendered  for  examination  until  Clause  79 
tlie  time  directed  by  paragraph  1  of  this  Appendix.    Any    ^^^^^^' 
subsequent  transactions  of  receipt  or  issue  will  be  entered  in 
the  usual  manner. 

3«.  A  manuscript  list  of  any  discrepancies  which  may  be 
discovered,  will  be  made  out  in  the  following  form  and  for- 
warded as  laid  down  in  section  I.^  paragraph  8 : — 


Page. 


Description. 

of 

Article. 


Bemain 

by 

Ledger. 


Semain 
by  Stock- 
taking. 


Surplus. 


Deficient. 


Explanations. 


Boards  of  Survey  and  Courts  of  Inquiry— Damaged  Arms. 

The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  96  of  the  Equip-  Clause  80 
ment  Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  III.) : — 

OOa.  When  a  Court-Martial  or  Court  of  Inquiry  reports 
on  damages  to  arms,  the  number  on  the  barrel  of  the  arm 
will  be  recorded  in  the  Courts*  proceedings  as  well  as  the 
regimental  number  of  the  arm. 

Graduated  Traversing  Arcs  for  B.M.L.  Guns,  9-inch  to 

12'5.inch. 

The  following  will  be   added    after   paragraph   161?  of   the  Qlo^gQ  81' 
Equipment  Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  III.)  : — 

ie4a.  The  graduated  traversing  arcs,  referred  to  in 
paragraphs  2851,  2904,  2980,  and  3r81  of  the  List  of 
Changes,  are  demanded  and  fixed  by  the  Royal  Engineer 
Department.  They  are  manufactured  in  lengths,  and  are 
marked  on  the  front  with  the  radius  to  which  they  must 
be  laid. 

164&.  The  graduations  are  numbered  as  required  in  each 
case,  according  to  the  position  and  character  of  the  emplace- 
ment for  which  the  arc  is  intended.  The  numerals  range 
between  0  and  359,  inclusive,  and  read  from  left  to  right. 

104e.  In  casemated  batteries  in  which  the  intervals  are 
80  short  that  adjacent  guns  can  be  worked  by  the  same 
range  table,  the  arcs  are  graduated  in  such  a  way  that  when 
the  pointers  of  any  two  or  more  guns  in  the  same  work  are 
opposite  the  same  numeral  on  their  respective  arcs,  the  lines 
of  iire  of  these  guns  are  parallel. 


April  1889.]  16 


Equipment  Regulations  (Regular  FoTceB}—contintt€d. 


Clause   81  lQ4Ld.  In  other  emplacements,  the  arcs  are  graduated 

conUmted.  independently  for  each  gun. 

I04^.  In  the  cases  specified  in  paragraph  \Mc,  the  proper 
position  for  the  zero  is  dependent  on  the  extreme  right  hand 
line  of  fire  of  No.  1  gun ;  in  other  emplacements^  on  that  of 
the  gun  itself.  In  all  cases  it  is  indicated  by  the  position  of 
the  pointer  on  the  arc  when  the  gun  on  which  it  depends  is 
so  trained. 

Re-venting  Ordnance. 

Clause  82.  1^  Instructions  to  govern  the  operation  of  re- venting  wrought- 
iron  R.M.L.  ordnance  have  been  approved,  and  will  be  issued  to 
those  concerned. 

2.  These  instructions  will  be  added  to  Appendix  Y.  of  the 
Equipment  Kegulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  III.),  and 
the  List  of  Tools  will  be  substituted  for  the  List  shown  at  pages 
712  to  719,  Appendix  XXII.  of  the  same  Regulations. 

3.  Ofiicers  Commanding  Royal  Artillery  having  tools  for 
venting  and  repairing  Service  R.M.L.  and  S.B.  ordnance  on 
charge,  will  put  forward  demands  for  such  tools  as  may  be  required 
to  complete  the  sets  in  their  charge,  according  to  the  revised  List, 
and  r/ill  return  to  store  such  tools  at  present  in  possession  as 
become  surplus. 

zz.— AvzziiXAaT  roaoBS. 

MILITIA. 


Channel  Islands  Militia—Arms  and  Accoutrements. 

Clause  83'  ^*  ^^^  9Jtm%  and  accoutrements  belonging  to  regiments  of  the 
Channel  Islands  Militia  will  be  issned  at  the  commcnoement  of 
each  training  season,  and  returned  to  the  regimental  arsenals  on 
the  conclusion  of  the  annual  target  practice,  when  they  will  be 
carefully  inspected  by  a  Regimental  Board  of  Officers,  assisted  by 
an  Armourer-Serjeant  detailed  by  the  General  Officer  Com* 
manding.  Ail  damages,  whether  wilful  or  resulting  from 
negligence  and  want  of  care,  will  be  assessed  by  the  Board,  and 
charged  to  the  men  to  whom  the  articles  were  issued,  in  acconlance 
with  the  instructions  contained  in  Part  IV.  of  the  Militia  Regola- 
lations,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.) 

2.  All  losses  of  arms  and  accoutrements  will  alio  be  ascertained 
by  the  Board,  and,  in  such  cases,  the  course  of  proceeding  will  be 
as  follows : — 

(a.)  The  value  of  articles  lost  by  neglect  will  be  charged 
at  the  vocabulary  rates  to  the  men  responsible  ifor 


17  [April  1889. 


Equipment  Begolations  (Auxiliary  ¥orces)-^niinued. 

them,  except  in  the  case  of  complete  arms  which  Clause  83 
wiU  be  dealt  with  under  paragraph   1160  of  the     «"^*»''«'- 
above-mentioned  Militia  Regulations. 

(i.)  Articles  taken  away  by  men  leaving  the  island  will  be 
struck  off  charge  in  the  Equipment  Ledgers  by 
manuscript  vouchers^  stating  the  name  of  the  man 
and  the  articles  taken  away  by  him. 

A  separate  record  of  these  losses  will  be  kept 
by  the  Adjutants,  and  a  list  of  them  will  be  sent  in 
annually  with  the  Equipment  Ledgers.  In  the 
event  of  a  man  who  has  gone  away  returning  to 
the  island,  a  note  will  be  made  against  his  name 
on  this  list,  showing  that  the  articles  he  took  away 
or  their  value  have  been  recovered  firom  him  and 
credited  to  the  public. 

3.  During  the  non-training  period  the  arms  and  accoutrements 
will  be  kept  in  ^ood  order  and  ia  a  proper  state  of  efBiciency  by  the 
Serjeant-Instructors,  in  conformity  with  the  above-mentioned 
Militia  Regulations. 

4.  The  arms  will  also  be  stripped,  examined,  and  thoroughly 
cleaned,  repaired,  and  browned  by  a  Regimental  Armourer- 
Serjeant,  as  laid  down  in  Army  Circulars,  Clauses  241  and  244, 
of  1880,  and  Clause  11  of  1881  {see  also  Clause  14,  Army 
Circulars,  1882). 

5.  Adjutants  of  the  Channel  Islands  Infantry  Militia  will 
be  directly  responsible  to  the  War  Office  for  the  equipment 
and  stores  in  regimental  charge. 

6.  Adjutants  of  the  Channel  Islands  Artillery  Militia  will  be 
directly  responsible  to  the  War  Office  for  the  arms,  accoutre- 
ments, and  other  personal  equipment  in  regimental  charge ;  but 
all  Artillery  stores  will  be  accounted  for  in  accordance  with 
paragraph  1173  of  the  above-mentioned  Militia  Regulations.  In 
all  other  respects  the  Militia  Equipment  will  be  governed  by  the 
Militia  Regulations. 


BEGULATIONS  FOR  THE  ABUT  MEDICAL 

DEPARTMENT. 

Meteorological  Observations. 

1.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  613  of  the  (Jlaase  81 
Regulations  for  tue  Army  Medical  Department^   1878  (Army 
Begulations^  Vol.  VI.) :  — 

013a.  The  Senior  Medical  Officer  at  any  station  where 
there  are  Meteorological  instruments  will  be  responsible  for 

O 


April  §SS9.1  18 


Begolations  for  the  Army  Medical  Department— ^onttim^J* 

Clause  84         their  charge,  as  well  as  for  the  requisite  ohservations  being 

made,  either  by  the  llegistrar  in  a  Genernl  Hospital  (see  Part  2, 
Sec.  II.,  para.  117),  or  by  some  competent  person  who  may  be 
selected  for  that  purpose^  and  in  accordance  with  the  followin 
instractions : — 


or 
o 


(1.)  As  it  is  of  great  importance  to  preserve  unimpaired 
the  continuity  of  Meteorological  observations,  all 
changes  in  the  adjustment  of  instruments,  in  their 
position,  mode  of  reading,  or  registering,  will,  as 
far  as  possible,  be  carefully  avoided. 

(2.)  The  observations  will,  as  far  as  possible,  be  made  by 
one  person ;  where  this  is  not  practicable,  the  deputy 
to  whom  they  are  confided  will  previously  assure 
himself  that  his  method  of  reading  is  identical  with 
that  of  the  principal  observer,  and  both  should 
satisfy  themselves  by  mutually  testing  the  accuracy 
of  their  reading. 

(3.)  Registers  (Army  Form  K  1292)  should  be  as  perfect 
as  possible,  but  if,  from  any  cause,  obsenrationa  be 
lost,  no  attempt  should  be  made  to  fill  the  blanks  so 
caused. 

(4.)  The  observations  will  be  made  at  stated  and  regular 
times. 

(5.)  Before  taking  the  means  oFthe  numbers  in  each  month, 
the  observer  will  look  down  each  column  in  the 
Register  to  sec  that  no  evident  error  of  entry  has 
been  made  (an  inch,  for  instance^  in  the  reodiiig  of 
the  barometer  is  a  common  error).  He  will  examine 
the  thermomctric  readings  to  see  that  the  maximum 
and  minimum  readings  have  not  been  interchanged; 
and,  before  dividing  the  sums  of  the  numbers,  he  will 
count,  in  each  column,  the  days  on  which  observations 
have  been  entered,  so  as  to  exclude  error  in  the 
division.  Decimal  arithmetic  will  be  used  through- 
out. 

(6.)  With  the  exception  of  the  "  attached  thermometer,*' 
all  thermometers  must  be  read  to  the  tenths  of  a 
dejnree. 


(7.)  The  readings  of  the  self-registcring  maximum  thermo- 
meters at  9  a.m.  must  be  entered  in  tiic  Register 
(columns  35  and  37),  as  the  temperature  (»  the 
preceding  day ;  for  instance,  the  readings  of  the  self- 
registering  matimum  thermometers  at  ^  a.m.  on  the 
l«t  of  the  month  must  be  registered  as  the  tempera* 
tare  of  the  last  day  of  the  previous  month ;  the 


19  [April  199B. 

Begnlations  for  the  Army  Medical  Department— ^^^n^'mu^d. 


readings  on  the  morning  of  the  2nd  as  that  of  the  Clause  84 
1st,  and  so  on.     This  rule  is  also  applicable  to  the     «>»^»«*<'- 
rain  gauge,  but  not  to  any  of  the  other  thermometers. 

(8.)  The  registers  containing  the  readings  of  the  past 
month  should  be  forwarded  to  the  Direct  jr-6eueral 
of  the  Army  Medical  Department  during  the  first 
week  of  every  month. 

2.  Clause  29,  Army  Circulars,  1872,  is  hereby  cancelled. 


CLOTHING  AND  NECESSARIES. 


MILITIiu 


Militia  Recruits. 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraphs  921  and  922,  Clause  85- 
Ifilitia  Regulations,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.)  :— 

091.  The  boots  or  shoes,  shirts,  socks,  blacking,  and  soapi 
issued  to  recruits,  for  the  Preliminary  Drill,  when  the  Pre- 
liminary Drill  is  not  required  to  be  performed  on  enlistment, 
will  not  be  replaced  until  the  men  have  completed  the  duties 
which  will  give  them  credit  for  a  Training's  service. 

•99.  In  cases  where  an  interval  occurs  between  the  Pre- 
liminary Drill  and  the  Training,  in  consequence  of  the  Pre- 
liminary Drill  being  performed  on  enlintmeBt,  or  for  any  other 
reason^  the  boots  or  shoes,  shirts,  and  socks  of  recruits,  will 
be  given  into  store  at  the  end  of  the  Preliminary  Drill,  when 
the  boots  or  shoes  will  be  repaired,  if  necessary,  and  the  shirts 
and  socks  washed  at  the  public  expense,  and  they  will  be  re- 
issued to  the  same  men  at  the  Training,  after  which  they  may 
be  taken  away. 

OS2a.  Sliould  the  recruits  referred  to  in  paragraph  922 
not  come  up  for  the  Training,  the  articles  will  not  be  issued  to 
other  men,  but  will  be  disposed  of,  under  instructions  from 
the  Director  of  Clothing. 

OS36.  In  the  event  of  the  supply  of  blacking  and  soap 
being  used  up  during  the  Preliminary  Drill  by  the  recruits 
referred  to  in  paragraph  922,  a  second  issue  thereof  may  be 
made  for  the  Training. 

Channel  Islands  Militia. 

Emulations  regarding  the  Clothing  of  the  Chanrel  Islands  ClaU86  86 
Ifilitia  have  been  approved,  and  will  be  issued  to  those  concerned. 


April  18S9.1  ^20 


Gteneral  Segolations  (Regular  Forces), 


GENERAL  REGULATIONS. 


z^&sauziAs  roacBS. 

Military  Prisons  (Home)  un^ier  fhe  Army  Act,  188L 

Clause  87«       The  Secretary  of  State  for  War  has,  in  pursuance  of  the  power 

vested  in  bim  by  Section  133  of  the  Army  Act,  1881,  set  apart 

.tbe  building  now  used  as  a  Provost  Prison  at  Aldershot  as  a 

Military  Prison,  and  has  declared  tbe  same  to  be  a  Military  Prison 

accordingly. 

Army  School  Regulations. 

Clause  88*  Clause  182,  Army  Circulars,  1871,  and  tbe  Regulations 
issued  therewith,  as  well  as  Clause  176,  Army  Circulars,  1870, 
Clause  136,  Army  Circulars,  1873,  Clause  138,  Arm;^  Circulars, 
1874,  Clause  110,  Army  Circulars,  1879,  Clause  107,  Army  Cir- 
cular?, 18S1,  are,  with  reference  to  G.  0.  76  1882,  hereby 
cancelled. 

Stationery— Binding  Army  Circulars  and  General  Orders. 

Clause  88^  ^'  ^^^  binding  in  one  collected  volume  of  Army  Circulars  and 
General  Orders  wUl  in  future  be  allowed  annually  to  the  following 
extent.    A  set  will  be  allowed  for  each^- 

Oeneral  Officer  Commanding. 

Deputj  Adjutant-General 

Deputy  Quarter-Master-Qeneral 

Assistant  Adjutant- General 

Assistant  Qunrter-Master-General 

OiBcer  Commanding  Rojal  Artillery 

OiBcer  Commanding  Royal  Engineers 

Senior  Commissariat  Officer 

Senior  Ordnance  Store  Officer 

Principal  Medical  Officer 

Senior  Paymaster 

OiBcer  Commanding  an  Artillery  DiTistion 

Garrison  Instructor 

p5^^t^r™J^"S^^^        }  ^  Battalion  of  Infantry  or  Regiment  of  Catmlir. 

Officer  Commanding        .  •  A  Battery  of  Artilleiy  or  Company  of  £ngiiw«n« 

Commissariat  Staff  Cjrpa  or  Ordnance  Stem 
Corps. 

Medical  Officer  in  charge  of  General  Uospital. 

2.  A  maximum  charge  of  2s,  for  each  volume  will  be  admitted 
if  the  binding  be  executed  locally,  to  be  charged  under  the  head 
of  '^  Stationery  Office  Charge  Account."  If  that  course  be  in- 
convenient, the  volumes  may  be  forwarded  to  Ilcr  Majesty^t 
Stationery  Office,  Westminster  (or  Dublin,  in  ca«e  of  troops  in 
Ireland),  notification  being  at  the  same  time  made  to  this  office. 

8.  The  supply  of  Guard  Books  (Army  Book  No.  11),  for  the 
care  of  Army  Circulars  and  General  Orders,  to  the  Offioen 
specified  in  paragraph  1,  will  be  discontinued. 


In  escb  Kilitary  Diatriok  ml 
home,  or  Command  abroad. 


21  r^pHI  1«S9« 

General  Begulations  (Regular  TorceB)-^ontmued. 

Military  Books- 

!•  A  Yolume  containing  the  principal  Aruiy  Statutes  now  in  dauso  90. 
force,  with  other  matter  and  a  full  Index,  is  about  to  be  published 
(being  a  second  and  enlarged  edition  of  the  volume  entitled  *'  Army 
Act,  1881^  and  certain  other  statutes  relating  to  the  Army/' 
published  in  1881),  and  will  be  issued  for  the  information  and 
guidance  of  Officers  and  others  concerned. 

2.  The  volume  will  not  be  re-issued  unless  considerable  altera- 
tions be  made  in  the  Acts  embodied  in  it ;  but  minor  changes  made 
hj  the  Army  (Annual)  Act  or  otherwise,  will  be  notified  in  Army 
Circulars. 

3.  The  book  will  also  be  on  sale,  under  the  Regulations 
contained  in  Clause  178,  Army  Circulars,  1879.  The  price  will 
be  notified  hereafter. 

4.  With  reference  to  Clause  178,  Army  Circulars,  1879,  to 
Claaae  132,  Army  Circulare,  1880,  and  to  Clause  285,  Army  Cir- 
cnlars,  1881,  the  undermentioned  books  have  been  published,  and 
will  be  added  to  the  list  of  works  promulgated  by  the  Appendix  to 
tlie  last-named  Clause,  which  will  be  amended  accordingly : — 

Musketry  Infitmction  at  Hvthe,  Annual  Beport  on,  for  the        #.  d,  < 

year  ending  SUt  March  1881        16 

Ammunition,  Treatise  on,  1881        6    0 

5.  The  undermentioned  works  will  be  removed  firom  the 
list  of  publications  iu  the  Appendix  to  Clause  286^  Army 
Circulars^  1881  :— 

War  Gkme,  Bules  for  the  Conduct  of.    (Out  of  print.) 
Ammunition,  Treatise  on,  Errata  and  Addenda,  1878.     (Obsolete.) 

Army  Advertisements. 

The  following  have  been  added  to  the  list  of  newspapers  in  Clause  9L 
which  Army  Adyeriisemeuts  are  authorized  to  appear : — 

"The  Woolwich  Gazette,"  "The  Whitehaven  News" 
(Cumberland),  "The  Guardian ''  (Llanelly,  Carmarthen), 
"The  Walsall  Free  Pr.ss"  (StaflfordsUre). 

ar-AjnaujLurtr  and  massava  roa 

MILITIA. 


Commissions  in  the  Army. 

(mriD  AS  ▲  spsciAi.  abict  ciBoiTLis  OH  THS  9th  xabch  1882.) 
It  is  notified  that  Clause  4i»  Army  Circulars,  1881,  will  con-  Clause  92. 
tinue  in  force,  with  the  exception  of  paragraph  1,  for  which  the 
following  will  be  substituted : — 

1«  In  the  case  of  candidates  for  commissions  in  the 
Army  belonging  to  regiments  of  Militia  in  Ireland,  in  which^ 


April  IMrii]  22 


General  BegolationB  (Auxiliary  and  Besenre  Forces)— ^aniimitfd 

Clause  92         for  the  year  1882,  the  annaal  training  has  been  dispenBed  wiUi^ 
eamitnued.^  the  Secretary  of  State  has,  on  the  recommendation  of  the 

Field-Marshal  Commanding  in  Chief,  approved  of  one  calendar 
month's  instraction  with  a  Line  Regiment  during  the  year 
1882  being  recognized  as  the  equivalent  of  an  annual  training. 
It  is  however  to  be  distinctly  understood  that  an  interval 
of  ten  calendar  months  will  be  required  to  have  elapsed 
between  the  date  of  the  termination  of  one  course  of  instruc- 
tion and  the  date  of  the  commencement  of  another. 

Retirement  of  Quarter-masters, 

Clause  93.  ^^^  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  57  of  the 
Begulations  for  the  Militia,  1880  (Army  Regulations^  Vol.  VIII.)» 
and  will  have  effect  from  the  1st  July  1881 : — 

57.  Quarter-Masters  appointed  before  1st  April  1873 
may^  on  being  placed  on  retired  pay  under  Paragraph  565  (as 
amended  by  Clause  188,  Army  Circulars,  1881),  be  granted 
the  honorary  rank  of  Captain  after  a  combined  service  in  the 
Line  and  Militia  of  20  years. 

VOLUXTEKKS. 

Schools  of  Instruction— Officers. 

Clause  94.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  365  of  the  Bi^o- 
lations  for  the  Volunteer  Force,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  YoL 
IX.).— 

805a.  Officers  of  Artillery  Volunteers  will  be  permitted 
to  divide  the  1st  month's  course  into  two  periods,  provided 
that  for  the  first  period  they  attend  from  the  1st  to  the  14tli 
of  the  one  month,  and  for  the  second  period  from  the  15th 
to  the  end  of  another  mouth. 

AlUfT  BESEBYE. 

Training  of  Class  IL  of  the  Army  Reserve. 

Glanse  95.        ^*  '^^^^  ^^^  belonging  to  the  several  sections  of  Class  II.  of 
'  the  Army  Reserve  will  not  be  called  out  for  exercise  daring  tlie 
present  year. 

2.  This  suspension  of  training  will  not  affect  the  issue  of  the 
Necessaries  Allowance  granted  by  paragraph  20  of  the  Begolaftaoos 
for  the  Discipline  and  Payment  of  the  Army  Reserve,  dated  War 
Office,  9th  May  1868. 


28  LAyrtl  1880. 


Anny  Forms  and  Books- 


ABM7  FOBMS  AKD  BOOKS. 


1.  The  following  new  Army  Forms  and  Books  have  been  Clause  96. 
approved : — 

Army  Form  B  285,  "Discharge  for  Misconduct^  Report  of, 
for  Police  Gasette/^ 

Army  Form  D  449,  "Notice  to  Pensioners  and  Army 
Reserve  men  as  to  Payment."  The  numbered  Form 
will  not  be  issued  until  the  stock  of  unnumbered  Forms 
has  been  exhausted. 

Army  Books  162,  "  Ordnance  Store  Ledger  to  small  Ammu- 
nition Stations/'  and  162a,  '^Transcript  Ledger  for 
small  Ammunition  Stations/'  The  use  of  the  books 
will  be  confined  to  Purfieet,  Marchwood,  Tipnor,  and 
Blackness  Castle.  A  distribution  will  be  made  when 
ready  for  issue* 

2.  The  following  Army  Forms  have  been  cancelled : — 

Army  Form  D  438,  "  Form  for  recording  Address  of 
Pensioners." 

Army  Form  D  444,  "Form  for  recording  Address  of 
Reserve  Men.''  This  Form  will  be  superseded  by 
Army  Form  D  448. 

Army  Form  N  1505,  "Pension  Pay  List,  Chelsea  and  East 
India  Pensioners,  Credit  Form  No.  1  A." 

Army  Form  N  1506,  '*  Pension  Pay  List,  Naval  Pensions^ 
Credit  Form  No.  1  B." 

Army  Form  N  1507,  "  Pension  Pay  List,  Reserve,  Isi  Class, 
Form  No.  74. 

Army  Form  O  1619,  "Deserter,  Descriptive  Return  of, 
Militia." 

Army  Form  O  1 633,  **  Return  of  Soldiers  restored  to  Gocd- 
Conduct  Pay.^'  Restoration  of  Good-Conduct  Pay 
will  in  future  be  vouched  by  Records  of  Service  and 
Defaulter's  Book  Certificates,  in  the  same  manner  as 
first  grants. 

Army  Form  O  1705,  "Pensions,  Receipt  from  Parochial 
Authorities." 

Army  Form  P  1952,  "Rent;  Hire  of  Rooms  for  Payment 
of  Pensions." 


April  1989.]  24 


Anny  Forms  and  'BookB^-^of^^^^ 


Clause  96       8.  In  paragraph  5,  Claiue  96,  Army  Circulars,   1881,  the 
conttnmed.    foiio^^g  ^H  y^  ^j^gj  after  the  words  "  Store  Ledger  for  Royd 

Artillery  Districts  and  Royal  Artillery  Sub-Districts  (Station)/' 
^'  or  Army  Book  ]  18a,  as  may  be  found  suitable  for  Royal  Artillery 
Sub-Districts.'' 

4.  Army  Form  G  866,  '' Gunners  Stores  Guard  Book  fer 
Voucher  of  Supply  "  has  been  cancelled  as  an  Army  Form,  and 
will  be  numbered  Army  Book  161. 

5.  Army  Book  116,  "Company  Defaulter  Book"  will  not  be 
printed  as  a  numbered  book  in  future.  It  will  be  prepared  on 
loose  copies  of  Army  Form  B  121. 


/(UU/iy^yYAyn 


/fyvt^i/^^'Tiy^'^^'^^t^^ 


25 


[AprU  1888. 


Appendix  to  Clause  59. 


IfOBTHEBN  DISTEICT. 


Begimental  District. 

yolunteen. 

Ko. 

Head-Quarters. 

County. 

Corps. 

Head-Quarters. 

4th! 

Lancaster 

Lancashire 

10th  Bifles 

Ulverston. 

5th 

Newcastle  •  on  - 
Tjne,    tempor- 

Korthumherland 

1st  Artillery 

Kewcastle-on- 
Tyne. 

anly    at    Ber- 
wick-on-Tweed. 

•2nd      „ 

Alnwick. 

1st  Bifles 

Alnwick. 

2nd    „ 

Walker. 

m 

Newcastle  -  on  - 

flat  Artillery     , . 

Newcastle-on- 

Tyne. 

Ist  Bifles 

Tyne. 
Newcastlo-on- 
Tyne. 

Tynemouth 

Artillery 

Tynemouth. 

6th 

Warwick 

Warwick 

1st  Bifles 
2nd    „ 

Birmingham. 
Coventry. 

8th  [ 

Warrington 

Lancashire        •  • 

Ist  Artillery 

Liverpool. 

and 

2nd      „ 

Liverpool. 

40th: 

4th       „ 

Liverpool. 

« 

6th       „ 
8th       „ 

{1st  Engineers  .. 
1st  Biflm 
5th     ., 
9th     „ 
§16th  „ 
18th   „ 
19th   „ 
21st    „ 

Liverpool. 

Liverpool. 

Liverpool. 

LiverpooL 

Liverpool. 

Wainngton. 

Liverpool. 

LiverpooL 

Liverpool. 

St.  Helens. 

14th 

jTork       •  •         ■  • 

West  York 

1st  Artillery      • . 

2nd       „ 

2nd  Engineers  . . 

1st  Bifles 

3rd     „ 

7th     „ 

Lends. 

Bradford. 

Leeds. 

York. 

Bradford. 

Leeds. 

loth 

Beverley 

East  York 

1st  ArtiUexT 
2nd       „ 
1st  Bifles 
2nd    „ 

Scarborough. 
Hull. 
Hull 
Beverley. 

17th 

Leicester           •• 

Leicester           • . 

1st  Bifles 

Leicester. 

19th 

Bichmond         • . 

KorthYork      .. 

1st  Artillery     • . 
Ist  Bifles 
2nd    „ 

Middlesborough. 

Bichmond. 

Scarborough. 

4 

20th  i  fiury 

Lancflshire        • . 

8th  Bifles 

Buiy. 
Bochdale. 

12th  „ 

*  1st  Berwick  Artillery  attached.  t  3rd  Durham  Artillery  attached. 

t  1st  Flint  Enginrcrs  attached.  §  13t1i  Lancashire  Bifles  and  1st  Isle  of  Man 

Bifles  attached. 


Apvll  IStti.] 


26 


Appendix  to  Clause  dB—continued. 


NoBTHSBN  BiBTBlCT — continued. 


Regimental  District. 

Toluniean. 

No. 

Head-QoartdTB. 

Goontj. 

Corps. 

Head-Quartan. 

22ud    aicster  . . 

Cheshire           •  • 

Ist  Artillery      •  • 

Chester. 

Ist  Engineers    . . 
1st  Rifles 

Birkenhead. 

Birkenhead. 

2nd    „ 

Chester. 

8rd     „ 

Knutsford. 

4th     „ 

Stockport. 

5th     „ 

Conglbton. 

23rd 

Wrexham 

Denbishshire    .  • 

Ist  Rifles 

Runbon. 

Flintshire          • . 

1st      „ 

Rhjl. 

SOth  '  Boniley.. 

Lancashire        •  • 

3rd  Artillcxy     . . 

Blackburn. 

2nd  Rifles 

Blackburn. 

3rd     „ 

Burnley. 

83rd 

Halifax  ••         •• 

West  York 

4th  Rifles 
6th     „ 
9th     „ 

Halifax. 

Huddcrsfield. 

Skipton-in-dmrea. 

341  h 

Carlisle  •• 

Cumberland 

let  Artillery      • « 
1st  Rifle) 

Carlisle. 
Keswick. 

Westmoreland  .. 

Ut    „ 

KendaL 

88th 

Lichfield 

Stafford.. 

1st  Rifles 

Handsworth. 

and 

2nd    „ 

Stoke-u  pon>Tmii. 

6kh 

3rd     „ 
4th     „ 
5th     „ 

WalsaU. 

Wolrei  hamptOB. 
Lichfield. 

45th 

Derby    ••         •. 

Derby    . . 

1st  Rifles 
2nd    „ 

Derby. 
Bakewell. 

Nottingham 

l»t      „ 
2nd     ., 

Nottingham. 
East  Retford. 

47th 

Preston  ••         «. 

Lancashire 

5thArliUeiy     .. 
11th  Rifles 
14th     „ 

Preston. 
Preston. 
Bolton. 

48th 

Northampton    •  • 

Northampton    •  • 

Ist  Rifles 

Northampton. 

61st 

Pontefnct        •• 

West  York 

4th  Artaieiy     . . 

Sheffield. 

and 

1st  En}{ineers    • . 

Sheffield. 

6Sth 

2nd  Rifles 
6th     „ 
8th     „ 

Sheffield. 

Wakefield. 

Doncftster. 

63rd 

Slirewsbuiy 

Shropshire 

1st  Artillery 
1st  Rifles 
2nd     „ 

Etniria. 

Shrewsbiuy. 

Newport. 

Hereford          •• 

Irt      „ 

Hereford. 

68rd 

Ashton  -  under  • 

Lancashire 

7th  Artilleiy     . . 

Manchester. 

Ljne. 

2nd  Engineers  . . 
4th  Rifles 
6th     „ 
7th     „ 

Iflth   „ 
17th  „ 
20th   „ 

St.  Helens. 
Mancliester. 
Manchester. 
Ashton-ondeT' 

Lyne, 
Manehester. 
Sallbrd. 
Ardu  ick. 

27 


^  A.|nn9l  0B91^ 


■ta^MMWHMM 


Appendix  to  Clause  S^-^caruinued. 


NoBTHEBN  DiBTRiCT^continued. 


Beipmental  District. 


Vo. 


Head-Quarters. 


68th 


Sunderland 


Yolunteers. 


County. 


Corps. 


Durham.. 


Newcastle  -  on  - 
Tyneand  Dur- 
ham. 


•2nd  Artillery 
1st  Bifles 
2nd 
8rd 
4th 
5th 
Engineers 


Head-Quarters. 


Seaham. 

Stockton-on-Teee. 

Bishop  Auckland. 

Sunderland. 

Chester-le-Street. 

Gateshead. 

Jarrow-on-l^e. 


WESTEBN  DISTBICT. 


11th 

Exeter  ..        ». 

DcTon    .  • 

1st  Artillei7 
2nd     „ 
let  Bifles 
2nd     „ 
3rd     „ 
4th     „ 
5th     „ 

Exeter. 

DcTonport. 

Exeter. 

Plymouth. 

Exeter. 

Barnstaple. 

Newton  Abbot. 

13th 

Taunton 

Somerset 

1st  Bifles 
2nd    „ 
3rd     „ 

Bath. 

Taunton. 

Wells. 

24ih 

Brecon  ••         ,. 

Brecknock         •  • 

1st  Bifles 

Brecon. 

Monmouth 

1st      „ 
2nd     „ 
3rd     „ 

Newport 

Pontypool. 

PontypooL 

28th 

Bristol  •• 

Gloucester 

1st  Artilleiy 

Bristol. 

• 

Ist  Engineen    . . 
2nd      „ 
1st  Bifles 
2nd    „ 

Gloucester. 
Bristol. 
Bristol. 
Gloucester. 

29th 

Worcester         •  • 

Worcester 

1st  Artillery 
1st  Bifles 
2nd    „ 

Worcester. 
Hagley. 

Worcester. 

S2iid 

Bodmin ..         •• 

Cornwall 

Ist  Artillery 
1st  Bifles 
2nd    „ 

Bodmin. 

Penzance. 

Bodmin. 

ilai 

Cafdiff  ..         »• 

Glamorgan 

IstArtilleiy 
Ist  Bifles 
2nd    „ 
3rd     „ 

Cardiff. 
Margam. 
Cardiff. 
Swansea. 

Pembrokeafaire  •  • 

tl»t     „ 

HaTerfordwesi. 

*  4th  Durham  ArtiUeiy  atUched.         t  ^  Pembroke  ArtOleiy  attachedL 


Appendix  to  daose  58— a»£»«^ 

EASTZKS  DISTKICT. 

5o, 

UKBial  Iiirtziet. 

T<.=-^ 

He^'<^£artcnw            Covnij. 

Corpse 

Had-QsMtcn. 

■ 

Mh     Onsl  TflfBOuth    Sorfblk  •• 

I 
J 

■ 

•  • 

IUtAiti3ef7 
1  1st  Rifles 

2nd     ^ 

3rd      „ 

4th      „ 

Greet  Ysmooth. 

Norwich^ 

Orest  Ysrakooth. 

EsatDerthun. 

Kotwuh* 

lOth     lincofai  •• 

•  • 

Lincoln  •• 

1 
1 

•  • 

l<t  ArtiOcfT 
Mst  Rifles 
2nd    „ 

Onasshr. 
OiBBthsm. 

Uth     Barj     SL 

munds. 

1 

Ed-    Cunbridge 

'  Suffolk  .. 

1 

1 

•  • 

1st  Rifles 
2nd     „ 

l«t      ,. 

Cbmhridge. 
C«mbndge  Unirc^ 
sHt. 

m 

Sadbur7. 

18tb    Bedfofd.a 

•  • 

'Bedford.. 
Hertfinrd 

•  .    1st  Rifles 

•  .    Irt      „              ,. 

2nd     „ 

Bedford. 

HertfimL 

Little  GsddesdeB. 

44th     Wariej  .• 

•  • 

Ea§ex     •• 

•  • 

■o    - 

IrtArtillny      .. 
1st  Rifles 
2nd     „ 
Srd     „ 
4th     „ 

St]mtf<«d. 

Dfoid. 

Brsintree. 

Pkistow. 

SilTertown. 

SOUTHERN  DISTRICX. 

t7th 

1 

Winchester 

•  • 

Hampshire 
Isle  of  Wight 

•  • 

UtArtilleiy 
1st  Rifles 
2nd    J, 

3rd     ,,              • . 
1st      „ 

Portsmouth. 

Winche»ter. 

Sonthsmptoo. 

Portsmouth. 

Newport. 

89th 

Dorchester 

•  • 

Dorset    •• 

•  • 

1st  Rifles 

Dorchester. 

62nd 

Derixes  .. 

•• 

WUUhire 

•  • 

1st  Rifles 
2nd    „ 

Wsnninfter. 
Chippenhsmu 

BepAt 

Winchester 

«• 

London  .« 
Middlesex 

•  • 

•  • 

IstRifles 

2nd    ,1              •  • 

3rd     „              •  • 
2nd     „ 
4th     „ 

t6ih     „             •• 
7th     „ 

48,  FinsbuiT  Fst*- 

ment,  E.C. 
13,Bsrtlett*s  Build- 
ings,       Holbora 

Circus,  E,C. 
/v,  f  smnguon 

Street. 
Besufori  House, 

Wslhsm  Oreea. 
Snalloir  Street, 

PiocadillT. 
8,  MiU  Street, 

Regent  Street,  W. 
1,  AfUm  Street. 

AdelphL 

•  1st  Linrohi  Light  UofK  attached.  t  1st  Middlesex  Biflce  attadied. 


29 


[April  188«. 


Appendix  to  Clause  SQ—cwuinued. 

SouTHSBN  Dtbtbict — continued. 

Begimental  District. 

Volunteers. 

Vo. 

Head-Quarters. 

County. 

Corps. 

Head-Quarters. 

• 

Bifle 

Winchester 

Middlesex         •  • 

10th  Bifles 

83,  Fitsroy  Square. 

Papdt 

llth   „ 

5,  Albany  Street, 
Begent^s  Park. 

•12th  „ 

Somerset  House. 

13th  „ 

106,  Buckingham 
Palace  Boad. 

Uth  „ 

Lincoln's  Inn. 

15th   „ 

Custom  House. 

16th  ,» 

27,  King  William 

* 

18th   „ 
19th  „ 

Street,  W.C. 

GrcTille    House, 
Paddington. 

Foundling    Hos- 
pital, Guildford 
Street,  W.C. 

20th  „ 

36,  Fitzroy  Square. 

2lBt     „ 

7,  Penton  Street, 

Pentonyille. 

24th   „ 

Gheneral  PostOflSoe. 

London  •  •         •  • 

Ist  Artilleiy 
1st  Engineers    •  • 

1,  Queen   Street 
Placa,     Cannon 
Street,  E.C. 

2,  Bamsbury  Park, 
Islington,  If. 

Tower  Hamlets. . 

t2nd     „ 
1st  Bifles 
2nd     n               •  • 

10,  Victoria    POrk 

Square,  £. 
112,  Shaf  tesbuiy 

Street,  City  Boad. 
237,     Whitechapel 

Boad. 

SOUTH-EASTERN  DISTIIICT. 

Srd 

Canterbury 

Kent      ■  •         •  • 

2nd  Bifles 
6th     „ 

Canterbury. 
Cranbrook. 

95th 

Chichester 

Sussex    •  •         • . 

1st  Artilleiy 
1st  Bifles 
2nd    „ 

Brighton. 
Brighton. 
Worthing. 

Cinque  Ports    •• 

1st  Artillery 
1st  Bifles 

Dorer. 
Hastings. 

60th 

ICaidstone   .     c. 

Kent      •  •         » • 

1st  Artillery     • . 
:3rd      „ 
1st  Bifles 
3rd     „              •  • 

Qrayesend. 
Woolwich. 
Tunbridge. 
Blackheath. 

4th     „ 

Woolwich  ArsenaL 

•  25tli  Middlesex 


attached.        f  1st  Northampton  Engineers  attached. 
X  2nd  Kent  ArtiUery  attached. 


••1 


so 


Appendix  to  Clause  59— continued. 


HOME  DISTRICT. 


Bagimental  District. 

• 

Toluntcers. 

Ho. 

Heftd- Quarters. 

Oountj. 

Corps, 

Hcsd-Quaiters. 

ftid 

Qnildford         •  • 

Surrey    .  • 

2ndBiflefl 
4th     „ 

ftth     II              •  • 
8th     II              •  • 

Crojdon. 
Reigate. 
Rotherhithe. 
71    I^ew    Stnet, 

1 

Kennington  Park. 

7Ui 

Hounalow         •• 

Middlesex         •  • 

2cd  Artillecj    .. 

Custom  House. 

•Dd 

ord       II            • . 

62  Regent  Sti«e«» 

67th 

1st  Engineers   •• 

3rd  Bifles 
•6th    „ 

8th     „ 
17th  „ 
22nd  II 
23rd  „ 

67  College  Street, 
Fulham  BomL 

Ilomsej. 

St.  John's  Wood 
Road,  N.W. 

Ilounslow. 

Pratt  Street. 

Graj's  Inn  Piece. 

81  Qieat  Smith 
Street,      West- 
minster. 

Sift 

Kingston 

Surrej    •  •         •  • 

1st  Artilleiy     . . 

1st  Rifles 

Srd     II             •  • 

6th     II 

45  Flaxman  Rna'I, 

Cambenrell,  S.E. 
CambenrelL 
ThomfoQ  Road, 

ClaphamPuk, 

8.W. 
Eingstonnm- 

Thames. 

7th     1, 

71  Upper  Kenning- 
ton  Lane. 

48rd 

Oxford  •• 

Bucke    . . 

IstRiflee 
2nd     „ 

Great  Harlow. 

Eton. 

Oxfordfhiiv 

1st      „ 

2nd    II              • . 

Oxford. 
Oxford. 

40th 

SMdiqg 

Berkshire 

1st  Eiflee 

Reading. 

NORTH  BRITISH  DISTRICT. 


1st 


Glencorsa 


Berwick  •• 
Edinboro* 

Haddington 
Ltnlithgov 


lit 

fist  Artilleiy 
tlst~  ' 


1st 
1st 

S  1st  Artillery 
IstRiflee 
2nd 


M 


•  « 
f  « 

•  « 

•  « 


Coldstream. 

Edlinboro*. 

Edinboro*. 

Haddington. 

Linlith^w. 

Leith. 
Penieuik. 


Ml  Kiddlesex  Rifles  attMlied.        f  1st  ud  2nd  Berwiekshiie  Aitinery  attneked. 
X  tnd  Edinburgh  Rifle*  aUaohed.        f  1^  Haddington  Artillety  aMnobed. 


[April  198S. 


Appendix  to  GUuse  59— continued. 


NoETH  Bbitish  Distbict — continued. 


Kegimental  District. 

Volunteers. 

Ko. 

Head-Quarters. 

County. . 

Corps. 

Head -Quarters. 

2Ut 

Ayr       •• 

Ayr        ,.         •• 

Ist  Artillery 
Ist  Bifles 

Ayr. 

Kilmarnock. 

. 

2nd    1, 

Ayr. 

Dumfries 

Ist      „ 

Dumfries. 

Galloway 

GhiUoway  Bifles. . 

Newton  Stewart. 

Boxburgh      «nd 

*lst  Bifles 

Newtown,  St. 

Selkirk. 

Boswells. 

26th 

Hamilton          •• 

Lanark  .« 

1st  Artillery 

67,  Benfield  Street, 

and 

Glasgow. 

71st 

• 

fist  Engineers  .. 

1st  Bifles 

2nd     1, 
Srd     1, 

4th     „ 

5th     II             •  • 

211,Wcst  Campbell 

Street,  Glasgow. 
202,  Hope  Street, 

Glasgow. 
Hamilton. 
58,  Hope  Street, 

Glu>;;o'.v. 
138,  .Stirling  Boad, 

Glasgow. 
Crown    Halls,    98, 

Sauchlchall     St., 

Glasp;o\v. 

f 

6th     II              • . 

Kelyinliaugh  Boad, 

7th     „ 

8th     ,1              • . 

Qyemewtown. 
Airdrie. 
146,  London  Street, 

Glasgow. 
Lanark. 

9th     „ 

10th  „ 

Greendyke  Street, 
Glasgow. 

42nd 

Perth     •• 

Fife 

Xlst  Light  Horse. 
Ist  Artillery      . . 
IstBiQes 

Cupar. 

St.  Andrews. 

St.  Andrews. 

• 

Forfar    .  •         .  • 

Ist  Artillery 
1st  Bifles 
2nd    „ 
3rd     ,1 

Dundee. 
Dundee. 
Arbroath. 
Dundee. 

Perth     •  •         • . 

1st      „ 
2nd    1, 

Perth. 
Biman. 

92nd 

Fort  Ckorge     . . 

Caithness 

Ist  Artillery 

Wick. 

Orkney  •• 

1st        „ 

KirkwalL 

Elgin     •  •         •  • 

1st  Bifles 

Elgin. 

Inyemess 

1st  Artillery 
Ist  Bifles 

Xnyemess. 
Inyemess. 

Boss-ahiro         •• 

1st      ,1 

Dingwall. 

Sutherland        • . 

1st       ,1 

Gt>lspie. 

75th 

Aberdeen          •• 

Aberdeen          •• 

1st  Artilleiy      • . 

Ist  Bifles 

2nd    ,1             •  • 

Aberdeen. 
Aberdeen. 
Aberdeen. 

Srd     „ 
4th     „ 

Peterhead. 
Aberdeen* 

Banff     ••      .   •• 

1st      „ 

Keith. 

Biucftrdino       • . 

ut    « 

Banohorr* 

1st  Boxburgh  Moimted  Bifles  attached.  t  lat  Aberdeen  Engineers  uttaohdd. 

t  1st  For&r  Light  Hone  attached. 


April  1889.] 


33 


Appendix  to  Clause  59-  continued. 


KoBTH  Bbitish  DmRicr^continued. 


Begimentel  District. 

Tolunteeri. 

Ko. 

1 
Head-Quaiten. 

County. 

Corps. 

Heed-Quarters. 

79th 

iDTemcM 

* 

•  •         •  • 

•  ■         •  • 

•  •           •  • 

91»t 

SUrluig  •• 

Argyll    •  •         • . 

1st  Artillery      . . 
1st  Rifles 

Rothesay. 
Dunoou. 

ClAcknmniuui  and 

1st      „ 

Alloa. 

Kinross. 

Dumbarton       . . 

1st      „ 

Helensburgh. 

Renfrew.  • 

1st      „ 
2nd     „ 
3rd     „ 

Greenock. 

Paisley. 

PoUockshawt. 

Stirlingshire 

1st      „ 

Stirling. 

• 

Renfrew      and 
Dumbarton. 

1st  Artillerj 

Qreenock. 

LOVnONs 
fes  Tim  ilAJKtiT't  STATMYrrj  Omra^ 
DY  llAIIKlbON  ANI>  SON'S, 
FaimM  iM  Oaouniftf  to  11:^  Majutt. 


[fstued  with  Army  Cirtmlarg,  dated  \$t  April,  1 


CLOTHING  EEGULATIONS 

FOB  TBI! 

CHANNEL  ISLANDS  MILITIA. 


SECTION 

I-CLOTHING. 

a)  Fermansnt  Staff. 

(2)  HiUtUmen. 

SECnOM 

n.-MEN  PEEmXTED  TO  ATTEND  A  SCHOOL  OF 

INSTBtJCTION. 

SECTION 

m-OEEAT  COATS,  CAFES,  AND  IJieSINaS. 

SECTION 

IV.-SASHES. 

SECTION 

T.-COLOUES. 

SECTION 

VL-BADOES. 

SECTION 

TIL-NECESSAiaES. 

PermaDent  Sta£ 

SECTION  VUL-KABEINO. 

SECTION 

rt-AOCOONTS. 

SECTION 

X.-OBNEIIAL  BBODLATIONS. 

LONDON: 

Punted  fob  Heb  MAjEsrc's  SrATioiatBT  OrnCB,  bt 

rUKEISON  t  SONS,  ST.  MAKTIN'S  LANE. 

Printeri  in  Ordinary  to  Her  Majaty, 


(8510) 


CLOTHING  REGULATIONS 


FOB  THB 


CHANNEL    ISLANDS   MILITIA. 


SECTION  I.-CLOTHINa. 


(1)  FeniiaA«iit  BtmA 

1.  Non-CommiBsioned  Officers  on  the  Permanent  Staff  of  Scala  of 
the  Channel  lales  Militia,  and  soldiers  of  the  Regular  Forces  ^*^^- 
transferred  thereto,  will  be  supplied  with  Clothing  as  follows :— - 

1  Helm<Bt  and  Bag  .  •         • «         . .  quadrenniallj. 

1  Forage  cap         aDnuaUj. 

1  Tunic •  . .         . .  hiimniaflji 

1  Frock •  aunuallj. 

1  pair  of  TrouMTs  „ 

1  „  „        biennially* 

2  pairg  of  Ankle  Boots  (1  paur  on  Ist  April,  and 

1  pair  let  October) annually. 

For  Artillery  only — 

1  Chin  strap          ••         ••        %•         ••         ••  „ 

1  pair  of  OloTCs „ 

2.  The  Clothing  specified  in  the  foregoing  paragraph  will  2^.*^^^ 
be  issued  in  kind.  toidT*    "* 

y5.  When  garments  of  a   new  pattern  are  supplied  for  ^^^ 

the  fixst  time  m  material,  a  made-up  sealed  pattern  of  each  pattent. 
garment  for  each  rank  will  accompany  the  supply  to  guide  the 
making  up  of  the  remainder. 

4.  These  patterns  -will  be  made  to  fit  members  of  the  Disposal  of 
Permanent  Staff,  and  when  they  have  served  the  purpose  for  ^|^ 
which  issued,  will  be  taken  into  wear  by  the  men  for  whom  made.  ***^™*' 

5.  The  issues  to  the  men  trausferred  from  the  Regular  Forces  Bates  to 
win  be  made  to  them  in  accordance  with  the  information  con-  f^P*^*^ 

(CR.)  B  2  "•''*' 


Sectioii  L 


dothing— Pennanent  Stafll 


in  the  Transfer  Clothinfj  Statement  (Armj  Form  H  1157, 
.0.  Form  No.  32)  received  with  them,  bo  long  as  their 


Clothing  to 
ivnuun  the 
prupertT  of 
the  Public. 

Won  Cloth- 
ing to  be 
retained  m 
further 
period. 


Plain  dothet 
on  diachargr* 


Money 
allowaooe  ia 
lieu  of  plain 
clothes. 


Ranlueniitled 

toSUff 

Clothing. 

Hen  lerTing 
on  Arm  J 
•ngBgementa. 


tained 
ate  W. 
Army  Service  continues. 

6.  The  worn-out  Clothing  of  the  Permanent  Staffs  will 
remain  the  property  of  the  public,  and  after  the  period  of  wear 
has  expired  will  be  given  into  regimental  store  and  will  be  dis- 
posed of  under  instructions  from  the  Director  of  CSothing. 

7.  Garments  which  are  issued  annually  or  biennially 
will  not  be  required  to  be  given  up  for  sale  at  the  expira* 
tion  of  the  first  period  of  wear,  but  may  be  retained  in  use  for 
a  ftirther  period  not  exceeding  twelve  months  in  the  case  of 
garments,  or  six  months  in  tne  case  of  boots^  if  considered 
necessary  by  the  Commanding  Officer,  so  as  to  prevent  exces- 
sive wear  falling  on  the  new  garments,  but  no  more  than  two 
of  each  article  (one  new  and  one  worn)  will  be  in  possession  of 
a  man  at  one  time.  When  no  longer  required,  the  articles  will 
be  returned  to  store  in  as  clean  and  in  as  good  condition  as  can 
be  reasonably  expected  after  allowing  for  fair  wear  and  tear,  or 
their  disposal  will  be  fully  accounted  for. 

8.  Men  of  the  Permanent  Staff,  will,  on  discharge,  be 
supplied  with  plain  clothes,  and  will  each  be  allowed  to  retain  a 
pair  of  ankle  boots. 

9.  Each  suit  of  plain  clothes  will  consist  of  a  frocks  waist- 
coat, pair  of  trousers,  cap,  and  neckerchief. 

10.  The  sum  of  £2  for  each  Non-Commissioned  Officer  who 
has  received  Clothing  of  Staff  quality,  and  the  sum  of  £1  for 
each  Serjeant,  will  be  allowed  for  the  provision  of  each  suit  of 
plain  clothes ;  the  charge  for  same  will  be  submitted  on  Army 
Form  H  1147  (late  W.O.  Form  279)  for  pre-audit,  as  required 
by  paragraphs  135  and  137. 

IL  The  Clothing  supplied  to  the  Serjeant-Ma]or,  Quarter- 
masteivSerjeant,  and  Serjeant  -  Instructor  of  Musketry,  or 
Gunnery,  will  be  of  first  class  quality.    See  paragraph  27l 

12.  Men  transferred  from  the  Regular  Forces  to  a  Militia 
Regiment,  will  bring  with  them  the  articles  of  uniform  in  their 
possession,  and  will  continue  to  Vear  them  until  the  period  thej 
are  renuired  1o  be  worn  shall  have  been  completed,  and  wiU  nut 
have  tnem  altered  to  the  Militia  pattern.  When  the  period  of 
wear  has  expired,  the  garments  will  be  replaced  by  othera  of  the 
proper  pattern. 

13.  Paragraph  12  wiU  not  applv  to  men  of  Rifie  R^igi- 
monts  of  the  Lme  transferred  to  the  Militia,  who  wiM,  on 
completing  the  period  of  probation,  be  supplied  with  Clothing 
of  the  Militia  pattern. 

14.  Only  a  frock,  pair  of  trousers,  and  pair  of  boots  will  bo 
sent  with  the  men,  alluded  to  in  paragraph  lo,  and  the  frock  and 
trousers  will,  after  the  probationary  period  has  expired,  *be  taken 
into  store,  and  instructions  as  to  their  disposal  wul  be  obtainod 


Clothing— Permanent  Staff.  Section  L 

from  the  Director  of  Clothing.    Men  transferred  from  the  Royal  ^y^  f  ^Ij 
Artilleiy  and  Royal  Marine  Artillery  will  continue  to  wear  the  ]£^^  ^rtV 
uniform  of  the  pattern  of  their  Regiment  or  Corps  until  dis<^  ler^  to  wear 
charged  from  the  Regular  Forces,  or  Royal  Marine  Artillery.        uniform  of 

15.  The  men  of  the  Royal  Artillery  will  wear  uniform  of  S^^'* 
the  pattern  worn  hy  Garrison  Brigades,  and  will  l»ing  Clothing 
from  their  Brigades  as  follows  :-^ 

(a.)  Men  from  Ganison  Brigades  will  bring  all  their 
Clothing  with  them. 

(&.)  Mounted  men  of  Field  BrigadeiSi  will  bring  all  their 
Clothing  except  pantaloons,  knee  boots,  and  spurs; 
and  dismounted  men  will  bring  all  their  Clothing. 

(e.)  Men  from  Horse  Brigades  will  each  bring  a  forage  cap, 
an  undress  jacket,  a  pair  of  trousers,  and  a  pair  of 
Wellington  boots,  only;     When,  under  paragraph  16, 
they  have  been  supphed  with  the  requisite  articles  of 
Clothing,  the  uncuress  jacket  and  Wellington  boots 
wiU  be  returned  to  the  Batteries  from  which  the  men 
were  transferred- 
IB.  The  Clothing  supplied  to  men  transferred  from  the  ?^^*^' 
Reg^nlar  Forces  will  ne  lor  the  rank  they  hold  in  the  Militia.         ^ 
Men  transferred  from  the  Re^lar  Forces  who  join  with  Clothing  fj^  ^  ^^ 
in  an  incomplete  state,  will  be  at  once  supplied  with  such  completed 
articles  as  may  be  reouisite  for  the  performance  of  their  duties  with  Clothing. 
during  the  period  of  tneir  probation. 

17.  Men  transferred  from  the  Regular  Forces  will  not  be  f^^tT™" 
clothed  by  the  MiUtia  Regiment,  except  as  stated  in  paragraphs  P*****"®"* 
13  and  IB.      Men  transferred  from  the  Regular  Forces  will  be 
settled  with  as  regards  compensation  in  Ueu  of  Clothing  up  to 

the  date  of  their  leaving  their  Corps,  but  any  compensation 
which  may  subsequently  accrue  to  them,  prior  to  the  expiration 
of  their  Army  Service  will  be  authorised  to  be  paid  on  the  claim 
being  submitted  to  the  Director  of  Clothing  on  Army  Form 
P  1917  (late  W.O.  Form  604). 

18.  A  man  who  is  transferred  from  one  Militia  Regiment  Tnmsfen 
to  another  will  take  his  Clothing  with  him,  if  it  can,  by  slight  j^^^]^'^ 
alteration,  be  made  available  in  his  new  Regiment.    If  it  cannot  Begiments. 
be  thus  altered,  the  man  will  be  treated  imder  paragraph  16, 

in  the  same  manner  aa  if  transferred  frt>m  the  Regular  Forces. 

19.  Tunics,    frocks,    and   trousers,   will   be    supplied    in  ^*^^y*J 
material,  and  the    rates  laid    down  in  paragraph   157  will  !^^^^ 
be  allowed  for  making  them  up.    These  rates  will  include 

the   cost  of   fitting  the    gttrments,   and  of  making  up  and 
sewing  on  the  requisite  chevrons  and  badges.     Should  any 
garments    be    suppUed    made    up,  the    rates  laid    down  in  Bates  for 
paragraphs  158  and  159,  will  be  allowed  for  such  alterations  •^t^nHonB, 
BM  may  oe  actually  necessary,  and  for  the  sewing  on  of  chevrons 


Section  L  Clothing— Permanent  Staff. 


or  badges.    The  rates  given  in  paragraph  158  will  also  be 

allowedfor  the  alteration  of  part-worn  garments  when  issued  to 

men  for  whom  they  were  not  ori^nally  made. 

^^*™*«-  .  ^®'  ^^^  actual  and  unavoidable  expense  of  altering  the 

[Jl^^l^        facings  of  the  Clothing  of  transfers  will  be  authorised  on  a 

report  thereof  being  made  to  the  Director  of  Clothing,  stating 

the  alterations  required,  and  the  cost  at  which  they  can  be 

effected. 

2J^^  ^  2L  In  the  event  of  the  Clothing,  or  any  portion  thereof, 

bspii^or.      ^  possession  of  a  man  about  to  be  discharged,  bemg  found  to  be 

unauly  worn  so  as  to  be  unfit  for  re-iasue,  he  will  be  charged 
the  value  of  the  unexpired  period  of  wear,  less  the  amount  which 
will  be  realised  by  the  sale  of  the  articles,  which  value  will  be 
notified  to  the  Director  of  Clothing,  and  credited  in  the  Pay  List, 
hi^du^^ii?  22.  Men    who    will    probaUy  be  discharged  witiun  six 

^^•^  months  of  the  date  onwhicn  new  Clothine  becomes  due  to  them, 
will  not  be  supplied  with  new  articles,  out  will  continue  the 
time-expired  articles  in  wear  until  discharged,  or  if  necoooaiy 
ynH  be  supplied  with  part-worn  articles 


(8)  wi^m^«"t"r 

*"*?•'  28.  The  undermentioned  articles  will^be  supphed  to  Militia- 

^^"*^'         men,  and  will  be  required  to  be  worn  the  number  of  trainings 
stated  opposite  each  article. 

1  Helmet  • Brerj  10  tnuungi. 

1  Frock M       7        „ 

1  Pair  of  tromen t>       7         , 

iFonHj.«p{f„'?^^    ::      :  I  : 

1  Fur  of  uikle  booU      ....  „      iruniiig. 

24«  No  Clothing  will  be  issued  to  a  recruit. 
^f^.  25.  Band  Clothmg  will  be  supplied  for  the  band  of  each 

^^  Regiment,  in  lieu  of  an  equal  number  of  suits  of  the  ordinaiy 
Clothing  of  such  Regiment,  and  will  be  required  to  last  the  same 
period  as  the  ordinary  Clothing.  It  wiD  not,  however,  be  worn 
by  civilian  bandsmen,  nor  by  members  of  the  Pennanent  Staff 
who  may  play  in  the  band,  but  only  by  Militiamen  who  are 
actually  Bandsmen,  nor  will  band  Clothing  be  allowed  for  more 
than  one  Serjeant  and  twenty  Bandsmen. 

26.  Band    Serjeants   and   Musicians,  if    Militiamen    and 

actually  Bandspieu,  will  be  supplied  with  forage  caps  of  the  same 

pattern  and  quality  as  those  worn  by  Serjeants  of  the  Militia. 

8erj«aat  27.  A  suit  of  Clothing  of  first-class  quality  will  alao  be 

BwSn^  *   allowed  for  the  Serjeant  Bugler  of  each  Infantry  Kegiment,  and 

for  the  Serjeant  Trumpeter  of  each  Artillery  Regiment. 
CloUung  Um  28.  All  Gotliing  which  dxM  have  been  worn  the  regelated 

\h!!^^h\3^      period,  will  be  dealt    with  as  public  property,   ai)d   will  be 
^  disposed  of  imder  instructions  from  the  Director  of  Clotluiig. 


FofBcees] 
for  IUiid« 


Hen  Permitted  to  attend  a  School  of  Instniction.       Sections  IIi  HI* 

The  l>ootB»  however,  may  be  taken  away  at  the  termination  of 
each  year's  training. 

29.  Partr-worn  articles  of   Clothing  returned  into   Store  Ptot-wom 
from  any  cause,  will  be  re-issued  to  other  men  for  the  further  dothing  tobe 
Trainings  tliey  are  required  to  last.  re-iasued. 

30.  All  Clothing  for  Militiamen  will  be  supplied  made  np,  aothing  mp* 
and  should  any  of  the  garments  require  alteration,  ike  expense  P^^  ™^® 
incurred  in  carrying  out  the  same  will  be  allowed  at  the  rates  ^^  J^ 
laid  down  in  paragraph  158.  altexationa. 

31.  Gievrons  will  be  supplied  made  up,  and,  when  not  on  baAm  for 
the  garments  at  the  time  of  issue,  the  rates  laid  down  in  sewing  on 
paragraph  159  will  be  allowed  for  jewing  them  on»  phorroiwr 


8X0TX0H  ZX.—MBN  PBBIOTTBD   TO   ATTmiD   A   80R00L    07 

ZV8TBX70TX0H. 

82.  A  Militiaman  who  is  permitted  to  attend  a  School  of  Clothing  and 
Instruction,  or  to  be  attached  to  the  Head  Quarters  of  a  Reei-  Sf^"^**  ^ 
mental  District,  or  to  a  Regiment  of  the  Regular  Forces  for       ^^    ' 
instruction  in  drill,  to  Qualify  for  promotiou  tp  the  r^nk  of 
Serjeant,  will  be  suppliea  witn  a  helmet,  frock,  pair  of  trousers, 
forage  cap,  and  pair  of  boota 

33.  On  the  termination  of  the  course  of  instruction,  the  Betmned  to 
whole  of  these  articles,  will  be  returned  to  the  Regimental  Btowforro. 
Store  for  re-issue  to  the  same  man  at  the  subsequent  training.      ^^* 

34.  Credit  may  be  taken  for  one  Training's  wear  for  the 
helmet,  frock,  trousers,  and  cap  worn  on  this  service. 

35.  The  boots  may,  if  necessary,  be  repaired  before  the^  Articles  to  bo 
are  re-issued.    Authority  will  be  given  for  the  requisite  exp^pdi-  wpidred  ancl 
ture  on  application  to  tpe  Director  of  Clothing,  wa«h^ 


SBCnOV  XXZ.— QB3BAT-00AT8,  0APB8,  AND  LBOOprOS, 

86«  Each  member  of  the  Permanent  Staff  will  be  supplied  To  whom 
with  a  great-coat,  cape,  and  pair  of  leggings.  They  will  not  lupplied. 
be  supplied  for  Militiamen. 

87.  The  minimum'  period  great-coats,  capes,  and  leg^gs  Period  of 
will  be  required  to  last  oefore  they  will  be  exchanged,  is  as  yw« 
follows : — 

Gveftt-ooatt  and  O»pe0         ••         ••         ••        Sjeart. 

Leggings        8    „ 

38.  Great-coats,    capes,  and  leggings   will   not    be   ex-  Whon  ox- 
changed  until  reported  by  a  Board  of  Survey  to  be  unfit  for  ehuigid. 
further  wear,  and  to  have  been  in  wear  for  the  prescribed 
period. 


8 


Secticms  IV,  V,  VL       Great-Coats,  Capes,  Ac.   Sashes.   Badges. 


Cherrons 
ftndntes  for 
sewing  on. 

Oreat-ooats  of 
loldiert  timni- 
f erred  from 
the  Aimy. 

OieAt-eoati 
tnnsfemd  to 
be  taken  on 
charge. 

Cloaka. 


89.  ChevronB  for  great-coats  will  be  issued  made  up,  and 
an  allowance  will  be  granted  for  sewing  them  on.  The  rates 
are  given  in  paragraph  159. 

40.  Soldiers  transferred  from  the  Re^ar  Forces  to  serve 
on  the  Permanent  Staff,  will  brin^  with  them  the  great-coats 
and  capes,  or  cloaks  and  capes  which  they  have  in  wear  at  the 
time  of  transfer. 

4L  Great-coats  and  capes  bronght  by  transfers  from  the 
Regular  Forces,  will  be  taken  on  charge  according  to  the  date 
of  issue  marked  thereon,  and  will  be  eubown  in  the  next  retnm 
rendered  to  the  Director  of  Clothing.  Cloaks  and  capes  broudit 
will,  if  serviceable,  be  returned  to  the  Corps  from  which  they 
were  received,  but  if  not  serviceable  the  circumstances  will  be 
reported  to  the  Director  of  Clothing,  who  will  give  instructions 
as  to  their  disposal 


SBOTXOV  TV. — BAfffTBII. 


Supply  of. 


Period  of 


42.  Sashes  will  be  supplied  to  Staff  Serjeants  and  Serjeants 
of  the  Permanent  Staff,  and  to  the  Enrolled  Seijeants  of  all 
Regiments  except  Artillery. 

43.  Sashes  supplied  to  the  Permanent  Staff  will  be 
required  to  last  two  years,  and  to  the  Enrolled  Serjeants  t^^ 
years. 


0BOTXOH  v.— OOLOUBa 


DuraUonof. 

Board  of 
Surrey. 


44.  Colours  for  Infantrr  Regiments  will  be  required  to  last 
thirty  years.  Applications  tor  new  colours  will  be  accompanied 
by  the  Proceedings  of  a  Board  of  Survey  showing  the  condition 
of  the  old  colours,  and  the  date  of  their  supply. 

45.  Colours  will  be  provided  by  Regiments  on  the  authority 
of  the  Director  of  Clothing,  who  will  furnish  designs  for  the  new 

Drmwings  for.   colours,  and  also  the  names  of  tradesmen  who  should  be  applied 

to  for  prices.    The  actual  cost  will  be  admitted  on  i{»idication 
being  made  to  the  Director  of  Clothing. 


Provided  regi 
mentally. 


BBOnon  ▼Z.--BA2>OBa 

Cap  and  46.  Metal  badges  for  the  collars  of  tunics  and  fiDcks^  and 

eoUar  bad^M.   also  for  the  forage  caps,  will  ,  be  provided  by  Commanding 

OflBcers  under  instructions  horn  the  Director  of  Clothinfp,  to 

whom  the  demands  will  be  submitted* 

47.  Metal  badges  will  be  brought  on  charge  in  liie  Ledger, 
and  will  be  accounted  for  in  the  annual  returns  separately  from 
the  garments  on  which  they  are  worn. 

48.  The  minimum  period  of  duration  of  metal  badns 
used  by  Militiamen  is  fixed  at  19  yeansi  but  they  will  not  oe 


Badgeitoba 
brought  on 
ehai^ga. 

ruritioo  of 


9 


Badges.  Section  VL 


replaced  until  they  shall  have  been  reported  by  a  RegimentaJ 
Board  to  be  no  longer  fit  for  use. 

49.  Members  of  the  Permanent  Staff  will  be  supplied  with  Penmuient 
metal  badges  on  joining,  and  will  not  be  entitled  to  any  further  ^^^• 
free  issues. 

60.  The  bill  for  new  metal  badges  will  be  submitted  to  Cott  of 
Director  of  Clothing  for  pre-audit  in  accordance  with  para-  l>«dgee. 
graphs  135  and  137. 

5L  The  old  badges  ¥nl]  be  disposed  of  as  may  be  directed  ^^^"l?^  ^^ 
when  authority  is  given  for  the  provision  of  the  new  supply.  badges. 

62.  Deficiencies  in  metal  badges  arising  from  the  careless-  D'efleiexioiesto 
nesB  or  neglect  of  the  men  will  be  made  good  at  their  exi)en8e  ^j^j^^^Jgy^ 
by  regimental  arrangement,  and  no  decrease  in  the  store  will  be  "fr'"*"***v' 
sfiown  in  the  annual  returns  under  this  head. 

58.  The  sealed  pattern  badges  in  possession  of  each  regi-  Sealed 
ment  will  not  be  departed  from  without  first  obtaining  me  l^^*^'^"^ 
authority  of  the  Director  of  Clothing,  and  if  there  be  no  sealed 
pattern  badges  in  possession  of  Regiments,  Commanding  Officers 
will  apply  to  the  Director  of  Clothing  for  them. 

54.  No  allowance  will  be  granted  for  fixing  the  metal  Allowance  for 
badges  on  forage  caps,  tunics,  or  frocks.  *^*°*  badges 

55.  A  badge  of  cross  muskets,  worked  in  gold,  will  be  Shooting 
issued  for  the  "  Best  Shot  ^  and  of  worsted  for  each  "  Marksman''  p^l^^ient 
of  the  Permanent  Staff.  Staff. 

66.  Militiamen  who  (qualify  as  ^*  Marksmen,"  will,  when  Militiamen. 
they  come  up  for  training  m  the  year  following  that  in  which 
they  qualified,   receive  badees  of  cross  muskets  worked  in 
worsted  and  will  wear  them  during  the  training. 

57.  A  badge  of  crossed  cannon  and  laurel  leaf  worked  in  Bhootinf^ 
gold  will  be  issued  for  the  Best  Shot  and  most  efficient  Non-  ^^^  "* 
Commissioned  Officer  or  Gunner  in  each  battery  of  Artillery.       Kegimenta. 

68.  A  badge  of  crossed  cannon  worked  in  gold  will  be 
issued  for  the  next  Best  Efficient  amongst  the  selected  com- 
petitors in  each  battery  of  Artillery,  or  to  such  number  in  each 
battery  aa  may  be  fixed  from  time  to  time. 

69.  A  badge  of  crossed  cannon  worked  in  worsted  will 
be  issued  for  sucn  number  of  next  Best  Efficients  amongst  the 
selected  competitors  in  each  battery  of  Artill^ty,  as  may  be 
fixed  from  time  to  time. 

60.  On  the  termination  of  the  Training,  the  badges  of  To  be  re- 
Hilitiamen    will  be  returned  to  store,   and  will,  at  the  next  l^H^ 
Trainingi  be  re-issued  to  men  who  may  have  qualified  for  igg^  ^"*' 
them. 

61.  Requisitions    for    Good    Shooting    Badges    will    be  When  to  be 
forwarded  to  the  DureCtor  oif  Clothing  so  soon  as  the  figure  of  d«n*«*«^ 
merit  is  published. 


10 


Section  VIL 


Necessaries— Permanent  Stafll 


SECTION  yn.-NEG£8SABIE8. 


Tnmsfen 
from  thfl 
Armj,  . 


Kit!  on  com- 
pletion  of 
Armj 
SDgsgemoiita 


Pormaimit  Btmtt, 


62.  A  man  transferred  from  the  Regular  Forces  to  the 
Permaneut  Staff  of  the  Militia,  will  not^  so  long  as  hiB  Army 
Service  shall  continue,  except  as  provided  hj  paragraph  63, 
receive  any  Necessaries  from  the  Militia  Begunent.  He  will, 
however,  be  supplied  with  such  articles  as  may  be  requisite  to 
complete  his  kit  to  the  Militia  pattern. 

63.  Non-commissioned  Officers  and  others  transferred  from 
the  Regular  Forces  for  service  on  the  Permanent  Staff  of  the 
Militia  will,  on  the  completion  of  21  years'  Army  Service,  if  they 
continue  to  serve  on  uieir  Army  engagement  in  the  Militia,  lie 
granted  a  free  kit,  consisting  of  the  following  articles : — 


AiiiolMof 
kit 


Artidas. 


Badge  for  forage  cap  («m  pat.  4S) 
Bag,  waterproof  and  hook 
Blacking,  tin  of     ..         ••         .. 

Braoea        

fbrMt 

doth    •  •         •  •         •• 


pair  of 


Bmahea  « 


•haTini 


fhard    !!         !!         '.'.         !!         !! 
^■hoe  K  blacking         

[polishing       

Button  braii 

Comb  ••         ••         ••         ••         ••  ••         •■ 

Olorea  or  mittf pair  of 

Holdall 

Knife,  fork,  and  spoon set  of 

Knife,  clasp  . .         

Paste,  brass,  tin  of  

Rasor  and  case      ••         ••         ••         ••         •• 

Shirts,  flannel        . .         •  •         •  •         .  •         • . 

Soap,  piece  of        

Socks,  worsted  • .  pain  of 

Sponge,  pipedaj 

Tin,  mcai    ••         ••         ••         ••         ..         ••         .. 

Corer,  mess  tin^.         ..  ••         •• 

Towels        


Infaatiy. 


Kepi  op  hf 
the  man,  and 
taken  awavon 


In  the  event,  however,  of  their  resigning  their  appointment  od 
the  Permanent  Staff  within  two  years  from  the  date  of  receiving 
the  kit,  they  will  be  required  to  repay  its  full  value ;  but  men 
discharged  medically  unfit  will  not  be  required  to  repay  the  value. 
64k  These  articles  will  be  kept  up  at  the  expense  of  the 
man,  and  will  be  retained  by  him  as  nis  personal  property  on 


11 


Marking,  Section  Vm. 


his  discharge.     They  ^^ill  uol  be  included  in  any  Ledger  or 
return  after  issue. 

65.  The  kits  of  deserters  will  be  sold  and  the  amount  Desaiten. 
realized  credited  in  the  man's  non-effective  account. 

66.  A  man  transferred  from    one    Militia    Regiment    to  Transfers 
another  will  take  his  kit  with  him,  and  will  be  furnished  at  the  ^^^o«>  Kegi- 
public  expense  with  any  articles  which  may  be  used  in  the  StT witti 
Kegiment  to  which  he  is  transferred,  but  not  in  the  Regiment  them. 
from  which  he  is  transferred. 


SECTION  Vni.~MAREINO. 


67.  Clothing,  great-coats,  capes,  leggings,  mess-tins  and  Articles  to 
mess-tin  covers,  as  well  as  all  Necessaries  issued  to  the  Per-  '^™^*«"* 
manent  Staff,  or  to  Militiamen,  will  be  marked. 

88.  The  Clothing  and  Necessaries  issued  to  the  Permanent  Pemument 
Staff  will  be  marked  with  the  Regimental  number  of  the  man  ^^•^* 
to  whom  issued,  and  the  title  of  the  Regiment.  The  great- 
coats, capes,  and  leggings  will  be  marked  with  the  initials  of 
the  Regiment,  the  date  of  issue,  and  a  consecutive  number 
from  1  upwards.  An  allowance  will  be  made  for  marking  all 
the  articles.    See  paragraph  160. 

68.  All  articles  issued  to  Militiamen,   will,   when  appro-  Militiamen. 
priated  for  use,  be  marked  with  the  initials  of  the  Regiment,  the 

first  year  of  training  for  which  they  are  to  be  used,  and  a  con- 
secutive number  from  1  upwards. 

70.  If  a  Militiaman  shall  lose  or  require  to  renew  any 
article,  the  article  issued  to  complete  will  be  marked,  at  the 
man's  expense,  with  the  actual  date  of  issue  and  with  the  same 
number  as  had  been  originally  borne  by  the  article  replaced, 
so  that  the  numbering  may  remain  uniform  throughout. 

71*  The  number  given  to  an  article  on  its  first  issue  will  Number  not 
be  retained  by  it  until  the  article  is  worn  out.  ^  ^  changpsd. 

72.  At  the  expiration  of  each  Training,  the  articles  used  Stamping 
will  be  stamped  with  the  last  two  figures  of  the  year  of  such  ^!^'|?f 
Irammg. 

73.  As  no  marked  articles  can  be  received  back  from  a  Articlee  not  to 
Regiment  into  the  public  stores,  the  marking  of  boots  will  be  ^5^f^ 
deferred  until  they  have  been  fitted  to  the  men,  and  of  other 

articles  until   appropriated    for    men    of   suitable    dimensions 
actually  enrolled. 

74.  The  rates  allowed  for  marking  are  given  in  para-  ^*^  ^' 
graph  160.  "^^^• 

75.  The  boots  issued  to  the  Militiamen,  will  be  marked 
at    the    expense    of    the  men   to    whom  they  are    snpphed. 


13 


Section  IX.  Accounts. 


Adjutant  TO*  76.  The  Adjutant   will   be    held   responsible   that   this 

iponuble.        marking  is  properly  effected. 

77.  Stamps  far  meaMng  condemned  Clothing  pnor  to 
delivery'  to  the  Contractar^  wul  be  demanded  from  the  Ordnance 
Store  Department.  Paint  will  be  provided  bj  the  mark^,  and 
the  marks  will  be  placed  on  such  parts  of  the  article  as  will  not 
prevent  its  sale  by  the  Contractor  or  Purchaser.  For  making 
allowance  see  paragraph  160. 


SECTION  IZ.-ACCOnNTS. 


Ledger.  78.  All  articles,  the  propertv  of  the  public,  received  from 

the  public  Stores  or  from  any  other  source,  will  be  brought  on 

charge  on  the  debit  side  of  the  Ledger  (Army,  late  W.O.  Book 

261),  and  the  final  disposal  of  such  articles  will  be  recorded  on 

the  credit  side  of  the  Ledger. 

AiMm  wHh  79.  Articles  in  possession  of  companies  for  Training  pur- 

eom^niM  tre  poses  will  remain  on  charge  in  the  Ledger,  as  the  Adjutant  wfll 

on*  mTen-      £^j^  vouchers  for  them,  and  such  articles  will  therefore  be 

'.  regarded  as  *^held  on  inventory"  instead  of  being  struck  off 

charge. 

Clothing  80.  A  aothing  Register  (Army,  late  W.O.  Book  860)  will 

Begifier.         be  kept,  with  pages  set  apart  for  each  article  of  Clothing  used 

in  the  Be^^iment,  except  the  boots  which  are  taken  away  by 
the  men  aner  each  Tramin^. 
Amnflemeni  ^^  '^^^  Clothing  Register  will  contain  blank  columni^^ 

rft^othing  ^^^  YoT  the  consecutive  number. 

(h.)  For  the  number  of  Tnonings*  wear,  if  any,  brought  for- 
ward from  the  preceding  record  of  the  same  article. 

(tf.)  For  the  years  (the  dates  of  which  will  be  entered  in 
the  headings  in  manuscript)  during  which  each  article 
may  be  worn  or  used. 

Xmrfothiihs  82.  The  Clothinjg  of  the  Permanent  Staff  will  be  kept 

2^*^J2[         separately  in  the  Register. 

^•^v^^'  88.  In  the  columns  of  the  Clothing  Refi;ister,  under  the 

year  of  Training,  and  after  the  Trainmg  has  expired,  the 
regimental  number  and  name  of  the  man  who  has  usea,  or  worn, 
each  gannent  or  article,  will  be  entered;  a  line  being  drawn 
across  the  space  if  the  articles  shall  not  have  been  used  at  all 
during  the  period. 

Itotrifli  of  M.  When  a  new  gannent  or  article  shall  be  appropriated 

all  the  columns 
been  filled  up,  thi 

^  against  the  entry  ._ 

name  in  the  column  for  the  year,  and  the  register  number  will 
be  repeated  in  red  ink,  so  that  the  proper  number  of  Training^ 


inUvnUdb 
of  A 


13 
General  Regulations.  Section  X. 

wear  may  be  readilj  eeea  and  carried  forward  when  it  shall 
become  necesBary  to  open  a  new  page* 

85.  The  annual  Accounts  rendered  on  Army  Forms  H  1102,  GoinpilAtion 
and  H  1136  (late  W.O.  Forms  $95  and  865)  will  be  compiled  of  annual 
from  the  Ledger  and  Clothing  Register^  and  will  be  accompanied  ^«»'>^'^ 
by  the  receipts  of  Ordnance  Store,  or  othw  Officers  for  articles 

given  into  Ordnance  Store,  or  transferred  to  other  Corps. 

86.  The  annual  Accounts  will  be  furnished  separately  as  Annual 

follows :—  Aocounta, 

(a.)  The  Account  of  Clothing  for  the  Permanent  Staff  on 
one  copy  of  Army  Form  H  1102  Hate  W.0,  Form  595) 
made  up  to  the  31st  March  in  each  year« 

(b.)  The  Account  of  Clothing  for  Militiamen  on  one  copy 
of  Army  Form  H  1186  (late  W.O.  Form  865)  within 
two  months  after  the  completion  of  the  Training. 

87.  All  the  Clothing  on  charge  of  the  Regiment  at  the  AB  artiolM  to 
date  of  the  previous  annual  Accounts,  as  well  as  all  articles  beaooounted 
subsequently  received  from  PubUo  Store,  or  authorized  to  be  ^^* 
purchased,  except  articles  supplied  on  repayment^  will  be  fully 

and  carefully  entered  in  the  annual  Accoimts,  which  will  also 
contain  an  exact  account  of  the  Clothing,  and  other  articles 
brought  into  use,  worn  out^  lost,  destroyed,  or  made  away  with. 


SECnOM  Z,--OElfERAL  SEOVLATIONS. 


88.  The  annual  requisition  for  Clothing  for  the  Permanent  Annual 
Staff  will  be  forwarded  io  the  Director  of  Clothing  not  later  requlBitiona 
than  the  31st  August  in  each  year,  in  duplicate,  on  Army  Form  ^o' Je«™«»«nt 
H  11  40  (kte  W.O.  Form  885),  and  will  be  accompanied  by  a 

size-roll  in  duplicate  on  Army  Form  H  11  38  (late  W.O.  Form 
863;.  Oare  will  be  taken  that  the  demand  includes  the  whole 
of  the  Clothing  required  for  each  man  at  any  period  during  the 
eubseouent  military  year. 

89.  Free  Kits  for  members  of  the  Permanent  Staff  will  be  Kits  for  tba 
demanded  as  required  on  Army  Form  H  1144  (late  W.O.  Form  Poramnent 
866),  on  which  will  be  given  the  names  and  dates  of  completion  ^^^* 

of  21  years*  Army  service  of  the  men  for  whom  required. 

90.  The  annual  requisitions  for  Clothing  for  tne  MUitiamen  Annual 
wHl  be  forwarded  to  the  Director  of  Clothing  within  two  months  requiaitioiia 
after  the  completion  of  the  Training,    Care  will  be  taken  that  a  ^^^  Militia- 
store  sufficient  for  the  total  enrolled  strength  of  the  Corps  is  ™^' 
maintained,    but    no    article  beyond    such    strength    will    be 
demanded,  except  such  a  margin  not  exceeding  5  per  cent,  of 
articles  supplied  in  sizes  as  is  actually  necessary  to  fit  the  Begi- 

ment  readily  on  its  assembly  for  Training.  Bemuntwiia 

91>  Demands  for  Clothmg  for  the  Militiamen  wiU  be  sub-  ^liia-ralli 
mitted  m  duphcate  on  Army  Form  H  1140  (late  W.O.  Form  forSS*^"* 


14 


Section  X. 


General 


Requisitions 
for  great-ooaU 
and  leggings. 


Board  of 

Surrej. 

Bispocal  of 
unserviceable 
Clothing, 
great-coats, 
and  leggings. 


Nominal  roll 
of  Companies. 


Cards  showing 
articles  for 
use  of  each 
man. 


Csrds  to  be 
distributed  bj 
Serjeant- 
Instructor. 

Card  to  be 
piTcn  by  man 
in  exchange 
for  his 
Clutliing. 


Clothing  lista 
to  be  com- 
pleted from 
carda. 


885),  and  will  be  accompanied  by  size-rolls  in  duplicate  on  Army 
Form  H  1133  (late  W.O.  Form  551)  for  Infantry,  or  Armv 
Form  H  1125  (la^e  W.O.  Form  1314)  for  ArtiUery,  and  for 
boots  for  all  services  on  Army  Form  H  1100  (late  W.O.  Form 
305). 

82*  Demands  for  great-coats  and  leggings  wiU  be  made 
upon  Army  Form  H  1101  (late  W.O.  Form  130),  on  which  also 
the  proceeding  of  the  Board  of  Survey  on  the  great-coats  and 
leggings  considered  unserviceable  will  be  shown. 

93.  Supplementaiy  demands  wiU,  when  necessaiy,  be  made 
on  the  Army  Forms  mentioned  in  paragraphs  88,  89,  91  and  92. 

94.  Boards  of  Survey,  during  the  Non-training  period, 
will  in  all  cases  be  composed  of  two  Adjutants. 

95.  Instructions  as  to  the  disposal  of  unserviceable 
Clothing,  great-coats  and  leggings,  will  be  obtained  from  the 
Director  of  Clothing. 

96.  An  Adjutant  directed  to  hand  over  unserviceable 
articles  to  an  Ordnance  Store  OflScer,  or  to  a  Contractor,  wiU 
not  cause  them  to  be  despatched  until  instructions  in  regard  to 
them  have  been  received  from  the  Ordnance  Store  OflScer. 

97.  Before  the  commencement  of  the  Training,  the 
Adjutant  will  call  upon  the  Serjeant-Instructor  of  each  Com- 
pany, as  representing  the  Captain,  to  furnish  him  with  a  list. 
Army  Form  H  1142  (late  W.O,  Form  864)  showing  the  regi- 
mental numbers,  ranks,  and  names  of  all  men  of  the  Company 
who  may  be  expected  to  attend  at  the  Training. 

98.  From  the  lists  on  Army  Form  H  1142  (late  W.O. 
Form  864),  and  from  the  Clothing  Register,  the  Adjutant  will 
prepare  cards,  Army  Form  H  1141  (late  W.O.  Form  859), 
givmg  the  title  of  tne  Regiment,  the  man's  regimental  number, 
and  tne  year  of  Training  on  one  side,  and  on  the  other  a  com- 
plete list  of  the  articles  required,  with  the  register  number  of 
each  article  that  has  been  appropriated  for  the  man's  use. 

99.  These  cards  will  be  distributed  by  the  Serjeant 
Instructor  of  the  Battery  or  Company  to  the  men  (two  to  each 
man,  one  marked  original,  the  other  duplicate),  as  they  come 
up  for  Training,  and  each  man  on  producing  his  card  (marked 
original)  to  the  Adjutant,  will  receive  in  exchange  a  complete 
outfit. 

100.  The  cards  being  retained  by  the  Adiutant  will  con- 
stitute vouchers  for  the  articles  in  wear,  and  will  afiiird  a 
complete  inventory  of  the  same.  One  card  will  be  retained  by 
the  man,  and  will  show  him  the  articles  for  which  he  10 
responsible. 

lOli  From  the  cards,  the  Adjutant  will  complete  the 
Clothing  lists.  Army  Form  H  1142  (late  W.O.  Form  861)  with 
the  re^ster  numbers  of  the  articles  served  out  to  each  man, 
and  wul  then  compare  the  lists  with  the  muster  rolls  to  see  that 
the  men  are  really  effective. 


15 

General  Begulations.  Section  X. 


102.  The  Adjutant^  in  the  presence  of  the  Captain  or  his  Articles 
representative,  will,  during  the  Training,  see  each  Company,  in  of  Glothiog  in 
turn,  paraded,  and  will  compare  the  articles  in  possession  of  poewssionof 
each  man,  and  the  register  numbers  which  the  articles  bear,  ^^i^^. 
with  the  cards  and  the  lists,  and  will  correct  any  discrepancies 

that  mav*  be  discovered.  The  Clothing  list  will  then  be  signed 
by  the  Captain. 

103.  After  the  Clothing  lists  shall  have  been  signed  by  the  Caids  tobe 
Officers  Commanding  Compasiies,  the  cards  received  by  the  destiwedat 
Adjutant  will  be  given  to  the  Serjeant-Instructors,  but,  at  the  5«^ 
expiration  of  the  Training  they  will  be  returned,  together  with  ** 
those  not  used  in  consequence  of  the  absence  of  the  men  for 

whom  thev  were  made  out,  to  the  Adjutant,  and  will  be 
destroyed  by  him* 

104.  The  Clothing  will  be  given  into  Store  at  the  expira-  rn^^v- 
tion  of  the  Training,  and  will  be  checked  by  the  Clothing  lists,  given  Sifo 
and  all  articles  not  forthcoming  will  be  accounted  for  to  the  store.   Com- 
Adjutant.  ^  pletionof. 

106,  The  Clothing  Register  (Army,  late  W.O.  Book  260)  Clotliing 
will  then  be  completeo,  and  the  annual  demands  and  Accounts  Be^^lster. 
be  made  out. 

106.  Before  the  annual  Accounts  are  forwarded  to  the  stock-taking. 
Director  of  Clothing,  stock  will  be  taken  by  the  Adjutant,  in 

order  to  ascertain  that  the  aggregate  quantities  and  classification 
of  wear  agree  with  the  statements  in  the  Accoimts. 

107.  xtecords  will  be  kept  of  the  measurements    of  all  Measorements 
Militiamen;    recruits,  when  found  fit  for  the  active  lists  of  of  men  to  be 
their  Regiments,  will  be  carefully  measured,  and  will  be  fitted  '«'<>«*^- 
with  Clothing,  due  allowance  b^g  made  for  the  growth  or 
development  of  the  body  in  consequence  of  drill. 

108.  All  the  articles  of  Clothing  appropriated  for  the  use  Clothing 

of  each  man  will  be  kept  together,  and  be  always  ready  for  issue  ^or  each  man 

to  him.  tobekept 

109.  Immediately  after  the  receipt  of  articles  from  the  Opening  of 
Royal  Army  Clothing  Depdt  or  other  Piiblic  Store,  the  packages  pockagei. 
will  be  opened  in  the  presence  of,  and  the  contents  be  examined 

by,  two  Adjutants,  and  if  any  deficiency  or  damage  be  found  to 
exist,  a  report  will  be  immediately  forwarded  to  tne  Director  of 
Clothing.  Shoidd  this  instruction  be  neglected,  no  complaint 
made  suosequently  will  be  entertained. 

HO,  The  pairs  of  boots  received  firom  Royal  Army  Clothing  Pain  of  boota 


Depot  or  other  Public  Store  vnH  not  be  untied  or  separated  ""^^^^^ 
until  they  shall  have  been  fitted  and  appropriated  to  the  men,  MpropSted, 
and  they  will  invariably  be  issued  in  paurs  as  received. 

111.  Should  any  complaint  be  made  by  a  member  of  the  Complainta  to 
Permanent  Stafl^  or  by  a  Militiaman,  of  the  quality  of  an  article  ^  inyeati- 
issued  to  him  from  the  Regimental  Store,  the  case,  if  it  occurs  ^*^^ 
duiinK  Training,  will  be  mvestigated  by  a  Board  of  Officers, 
and,  u  during  the  Non-training  period,  by  two  Adjutants,  and 


16 


Section  X. 


General  B^ulations. 


ArCiolet  not 
to  be  retumad 
to  Store 
without 
authority. 


BiipoMl  of 

emptj 
packii0M. 


FMlngei  to 

be  •ooounted 
for. 


Bates  for 

■pctcialitie 


Clotbing  to 
be  Marched. 


Artirlee 

requiring 

repairs. 


the  report  will  be  forwarded  by  the  Adjutant,  with  his  obsenra- 
tioDB,  to  the  Director  of  Clothing  for  instructions. 

112.  No  article  of  Clothing  will  be  returned  to  the  Ro^al 
Army  Clothing  Depot  or  other  Public  Store  without  the  sanction 
of  the  Director  of  Clothing  being  first  obtained.  In  applying 
for  authority,  the  Commanding  Officer  will  state  on  what  date 
the  articles  were  received  by  him ;  his  reasons  for  wishing  to 
return  them;  their  condition;  and  whether  they  are  or  are  not 
regimentally  marked.  On  the  receipt  of  the  authority  for  their 
return,  care  will  be  taken,  before  their  transmission,  that  the 
niunber  and  description  of  the  articles  forwarded  exactly  corre- 
spond with  the  particulars  specified  therein,  and  that  no  article 
is  included  which  was  not  originally  received  from  the  Royal 
Army  Clothing  Depot  or  other  Public  Store,  as  such  article,  if 
sent,  will  be  returned  io  the  Regiment,  and  the  carriage  both 
ways  charged  against  it.  The  Regiment  from  which  the 
articles  are  sent  will  be  shown  on  the  labels  of  the  packages. 

US*  Militia  Regiments  will  return  all  casks  ana  cases 
received  with  Clothing,  Necessaries,  or  War  Office  Forms  to  the 
nearest  Ordnance  Store  Officer,  at  the  same  time  forwarding 
to  such  Officer  the  usual  vouchers. 

114.  Packages  issued  to  Regiments  of  Militia  with  Clothing, 
Necessaries,  or  War  Office  Forms,  and  those  issued  witii  Cloth- 
ing or  Necessaries  specially  demanded  on  repayment,  will  be 
brought  on  charge  in  the  Clothing  Ledger  and  in  Anny  Form 
H  1136  (late  W.O.  Form  865). 

115.  When  permission  is  ^ven  to  Regiments  of  Militia  to 
provide  regimentally  any  articles  of  Clothing,  the  rate  to  be 
charged  for  each  article  so  provided  will  be  notified  by  the 
Director  of  Clothing,  or  be  promulgated  in  the  Army  CSrculara. 
When  there  is  no  rate  fixed  and  instructions  are  given  to  provide 
the  articles  locally,  the  rates  at  which  several  Finns  would 
undertake  to  supply  them  will  be  obtained  and  submitted  to 
the  Director  of  (Jlothing  for  his  approval,  before  any  of  them  are 
accepted.  In  such  cases  the  letters  forwarding  the  tendera  will 
be  marked  "  Pressing.'" 

116.  On  the  receipt  of  the  Clothing  into  store,  at  the 
termination  of  each  Training,  it  will  be  carefully  searched,  and 
the  pockets  emptied  of  any  articles  that  may  be  left  in  them. 

117.  A  iretum  of  the  Clothing  of  the  Militiamen,  exclusive  of 
the  Permanent  Stafi^  which  absolutely  requires  repairs,  together 
with  an  estimate  of  the  cost  of  effecting  the  same,  will  be 
transmitted  not  later  than  one  month  after  the  termination  of 
the  Training,  to  the  Director  of  Clothing,  on  Army  Form  H 1 187 
(late  W.O.  Form  868),  for  authority  to  incur  the  expense.  The 
application  will  be  supported  by  a  statement  showmg  in  detail 
the  nature  of  the  repairs  required,  and  if  no  part  of  the  estimate 
is  chargeable  to  the  men  under  paragraph  119,  by  a  Certificate 
to  that  effect. 


17 

General  B^nilations.  Section  X> 

^^^^  ■  ■'  '  .1-1.-—  ».     —      —  —  I  »■!  Ill»«.^  II 

118.  Arrangements  for  the  repair  and  oleanaing  of  Clothing  Amngemento 
at  the  termination  of  the  annual  Training,  will  be  carefully  con-  lor  repain  or 
fiidered  by  Officers  Commanding  Regiments,  before  any  decision  ^^*°^if* 
18  arrived  at  as  to  the  amoimt  of  expenditure  to  be  proposed  in  coiSdSredf 
the  estimate ;  and  as  the  repairs  to  the  Clothing  are  usually  of 

a  simple  character,  they  wilt,  if  possible,  be  executed  by  men  of 
the  Permanent  Staff,  whether  tailors  or  not. 

119.  The  cost  of  replacing  buttons  or  other  parts  of  articles  what  repain 
which  have  been  lost  will  not  be  allowed  agamst  the  public.  m«  cha^eabU 
The  repairs  chargeable  to  the  public  will  be  limited  to  those  for  ^  ^  °^°' 
damae^ee  caused  by  jiecessary  wear  and  tear,   and  will  not 

include  damages  which  arise  from  carelessness  or  mischief.  The 
cost  of  such  repairs,  cleansing,  or  fumigation,  as  are  attributable 
to  the  negligence  or  want  of  personal  cleanliness  of  l^Iilitiamen 
will  be  charged  to  the  men  concerned,  but  wiU  be  included  in 
the  return  referred  to  in  paragraph  117. 

120.  The  following  solutions  will  be  found  effectual  ia 
removing  the  stains  from  scarlet  frocks,  viz.  :— 

One  ounce  of  salts  of  sorrel  dissolved  in  one  and  a-half  pints  Bolations  for 
of  boiling  water,  and  one  ounce  of  cream  of  tartar  dis-  cleaning 
solved  in  one  and  a-half  pints  of  <K)ld  water ;  each  solu-  *^^^^  frocks, 
tion  heing  kept  in  a  separate  vessel.    This  quantity 
will  be  stfficient  for  eight  garments. 

12L  Frocks  which  require  cleaning  will  first  be  well  beaten  ^^^^  ^f 
and  brushed.    A  perfectly  clean  hard  orush  will  then  be  used  applying  the 
in  applying  the  solutions  alternately  to  the   garments,   com*-  solutions, 
mencmg  with  the  salts  of  sorrel,  until  all  the  stains  have  been 
completely  removed.      If  the  weather  will  permit  of  it,  the 
garments  will  then  be  hun^  up  in  the  sim  to  diy,  but  if  not,  they 
will  be  hung  up  in  a  dry  place,  but  not  near  fires  or  stoves. 

122.  The  ingredients  will  be   obtained  on  the  spot,  and  PKmsion  of 
application  to  incur  the  necessary  expenditure  will  be  made  to  ingi^dienu 
the  Director  of  Clothing.    Each  appUcation  will  be  accompanied  ^'  ^AmaiMig. 
by  a  statement  of  the  quantities  required,  the  cost  at  which  they 

can  be  procured,  and  the  number  of  garments  to  be  cleaned,  and 
when  authority  has  been  received  the  work  will  be  performed 
by  the  Permanent  Staff  as  a  duty. 

123.  Should  the  articles  be  found  in  such  a  state  as  to  Fumigation. 
render  fomi^tion  or  any  special  mode  of  cleansing  necessary,  a 
separate  estimate  of  the  expense  at  which  the  materials  for  the 
pnrpNOse  oan  be  bought  will  be  forwarded  with  the  estimate  for 
repairs,  and  a  separate  explanation  of  the  causes  which  have  led 

to  such  an  exceptional  state  of  the  articles  will  be  furnished. 
\Mien  the  cost  of  the  materials  shall  have  been  authorised,  the 
Permanent  Staff  will  carry  out  the  work. 

124.  Ektch  application  by  a  Commanding  Officer  to  incur  Application  to 
expenditure  for  the  repair,  cleansing,  or  fiimigation  of  Clothingi  incur  expm 
will  be  accompanied  by  a  statement  showing  the  names  of  the  ^  '^P**^ 

(c.  K.)  0 


18 


Section  X.  General  Regulations. 


men  chargeable  for  any  proportion  of  the  estimated  cost  of  these 

services,  and  the  amomit  assessed  against  each  man. 
Worn-out  126.  A  few  suits  of  worn-out  garments  will,  upon  application 

8*"?«°J*  to  the  Director  of  Clothing,  be  allowed  to  be  retained  for  the 
oatOng  up^'     repair  of  others,  but  the  collars  of  the  frocks  and  the  waistbands 

of  the  trousers  will  be  required  to  be  given  up  to  the  Ordnance 

Store  Officer. 
R«pai«  of  123^  jjo  Allowance  will  be  granted  for  the  repair  of  boots. 

^  **•.  127.  As  the  Clothing  will  be  kept  clean  by  the  men  during 

ClothiDgat  the  Training,  the  only  cleansing  which  should  be  necessary  when 
termination  of  it  is  taken  iuto  storc  at  the  termination  of  the  Training  will  be 
^^'^^^^K-         to  brush  it,  which  will  be  done  by  the  Permanent  Staff,  but  no 

charge  for  the  performance  of  this  duty  will  be  admitted  against 

the  public. 

128.  Articles  of  Clothing  issued  to  replace  losses,  articles 
destroyed  by  wilfulness  or  neglect,  or  articles  worn  out,  will 
not  be  charged  for,  but  they  will  be  required  to  wear  for  the 
full  periods  laid  down  in  these  Regulations ;  and  the  value  of 
the  article  lost,  destroyed,  or  prematurely  worn  out,  calculated 
according^  to  Hhe  number  of  unexpired  Trainings  or  months 
during  which  the  article  should  have  been  used  but  was  not, 
will  be  charged  against  the  man,  together  with  the  worn-out 
value,  in  the  same  manner  as  laid  down  in  paragraph  130, 
except  in  cases  in  which  the  articles  are  forthcoming,  when 
the  worn-out  value  will  not  be  charged.     See  paragraph  131. 

129.  The  full  value  will  be  charged  for  new  great-coats 
and  capes ;  for  worn-out  coats  and  capes,  the  worn-out  value 
will  be  charged  ;  but  for  part-worn  coats  and  capes,  the  pro- 
portionate value  for  each  year  which  the  lost  article  had  to  be 
worn,  when  lost,  will  be  charged  in  addition  to  the  worn-out 
value.  The  annual  Clothing  Accounts  will  show  the  articles 
lost,  the  amounts  recovered,  and  the  Pay  Lists  in  which  the 
credits  will  be  found. 

Mode  of  130.  The  following  is  the  method  of  computing  the  value 

romputingthe  of  a  lost  article: — 

tfiiclM.  («•)  Deduct  the  worn-out  value  of  the  lost  garment  from 

its  value  when  new. 

(b.)  Divide  the  remainder  bv  the  number  of  months  or 
trainings  the  garment  should  wear. 

(c.)  Multiply  the  quotient  by  the  ntunber  of  months   or 
trainings  the  lost  garment  has  actually  been  wom. 

(d.)  Subtract  the  result  from  the  total  value  of  the  garment 
when  new. 

{e.)  The  remainder  will  be  the  sum  to  be  charged  to  the 

soldier. 

(/.)  Any  part  of  a  month  will  be  taken  as  a  whole. 

WorcMMift  18L  In  oases  where  the  soldier  has  not  lost  the  garment, 

▼aluc  BQiio     t)ut  has  so  damaged  it  as  to  make  it  unserviceable,  the  worn- 


19 
General  Begulations.  Section  Z, 

out  value  will  be  deducted  from  the  final  result  arrived  at  in  be  charged 

the  manner  described  in  the  preceding  paragraph,  and  the  fort^TOn^ff 
difference  will  be  the  sum  to  be  charged  to  the  soldier. 

132.  Where  the  worn-out  value  of  an  article  is  less  than  Worn-out 
one  shilling,  it  will  not  be  taken  into  acccount  in  the  calcula-  than^on^ 
tions  required  to  find  the  amount  representing  the  value  of  the  shilling. 
unexpired  period  of  wear,  but  not  less  than  the  worn-out  value 

will  be  charged  in  any  case. 

133.  A  list  of  such  ai'ticles  as  are  to  be  charged  for,  Accountant 
whether  as  lost  or  issued  on  payment,  will  be  made  out  by  the  to  complete 
Adjutant  against  each  Company,  and  handed  to  the  Accountant  ^f'^^J^j^'^ 
who  renders  the  Pay  Lists  for  the  Permanent  Staff.    The  latter 

Officer  will  then  complete  the  cash  portion  of  the  document, 
and  include  the  total  amoimt  as  a  charge  against  the  Officer    • 
Commanding,  at  the  same  time  crediting  the  public  with  the 
amoimt. 

134.  The  articles  required  to  replace  losses  by  desertion  Lomcb  by 
will  be  suppUed  free  of  charge ;  but  the  deserter  on  rejoining  d^^^'tion. 
will  be  required  to  pay  the  value,  as  detailed  in  paragraph  130, 

of  such  articles  as  he  may  have  made  away  with. 

135.  Charges  on  account  of  Clothing  will  not  be  included  ^^^« 

in  any  Pay  List  rendered  to  the  War  Office  imless  they  have  -^  pfj  Liste. 
been  authorized  by  the  Director  of  Clothing. 

136.  The   Abstract  of    Charges    will     show    the    whole  To  show 
expenditure,  whether  a  portion  is  to  be  recovered  from  the  men  ^^^^^j.,^^ 
or  not,  and  the  amount  recovered  fi-om  the  men  who,  under     ^ 
paragraph  119,  have  to  pay  for  wilful  damage,  carelessness,  or 

want  of  personal  cleanliness,  will  appear  as  a  credit  to  the 
public  in  the  Abstract  of  Receipts. 

137.  The  charges  and  credits  on  account  of  Clothing  will  Chaises  and 
appear  in  the  Pay  List  of  the  period  during  which  the  charges  Crediu. 
have  been  authorised  or  the  credits  have  been  received.     Ihe 
charges  will  be  submitted  for  the  approval  of  the  Director  of 
Clothing  as  they  are  incurred. 

138.  In  the  case   of   charges    for  making-up    or    fitting  charges  for 
Clothing  and  for  marking  Clothing,  great-coats,  head-diesses  making  up, 
and  leggings,  the  number  of  the  order  (which  will  be  found  ^^^"^ 
quoted  on  the  Delivery  Voucher)  on  which  the  articles  were  clothing. 
issued  from  the  Royal  Army  Clothing  Depdt  will  be  quoted  on 

each  claim,  and,  where  more  than  one  order  is  quoted,  the 
number  of  articles  charged  for  on  each  will  be  distinctly 
shown. 

139.  Abstracts  of  Charges  will  be  accompanied  by  any  ProTisional 

Erovisional  authorities  wliich  may  have  been  previously  given  authorities  to 
y  the   Director    of  Clothing   for  incurring    expenditure   for  ^J^^XYf 
services  not  fully  provided  for  in  these  Regulations.     The  pro-  charge*. 
visional  authority  will  empower  the  Accountant  to  disburse  the  p^^j^i^n^i 
money  necessary,  and  will  be  a  voucher  to  that  efiect,  but  no  authority 
charge  on  account  thereof  will  appear  in  the  Pay-List  without  sanctions 
the  authority  referred  to  in  paragraph  140.  moaer?^  °^ 


20 


Section  X. 


Director  of 
Clothing  to 
aiithoriie 
payment. 

Charges  for 
re -altering. 

Fitting. 


Ko<«Mitj  for 
alteration  of 
giothing 
ought  to  be 
rare. 

Officer 

Commanding 
toffiTefkiitten 
order  for 
alteration  of 
Clothing. 


General  Regulations, 


Agreemeov 
with  trades* 
meu  for 
alteration!  or 
ro|>airs. 


One 

abstract  to 
include  all 
credit*. 


PajLiitia 
which  ere  lit 
it  in^cn  to  bo 
quoted  in  tbe 
Account. 

Art  idea 
dii^troTcd  on 
atH'ouut  of 
infertioua 
dj 


140.  On  returning  the  abstract  to  the  Commanding  Officer, 
the  Director  of  Clothing  will  give  authority  for  including  in  the 
Pay  List  such  specific  amount  as  may  be  properly  chargeable  to 
the  public. 

14L  Charges  for  re-altering  Clothing  will  be  accompanied 
by  an  explanation  of  the  causes  for  the  necessity  for  the  charge®. 

142.  When  a  garment  has  been  fitted  to  a  man  it  wiU  lie 
retained  as  far  as  practicable  for  his  exclusive  use  so  long  as  he 
remains  in  the  Regiment,  or  until  the  garment  is  worn  out. 

148.  If  sufficient  care  be  taken,  the  necessity  for  alterhig 
Clothing  ought  not  frequently  to  occur,  and,  as  the  frock  issued 
under  present  regulations  is  intended  to  be  a  loose-fitting  gar- 
ment, it  should  very  seldom  require  alteration. 

144.  The  alteration  of  Clothing  will  only  be  carried  out  on 
the  written  order  of  the  Commanding  Officer,  specifying  the 
articles  to  be  altered,  and  the  names  of  the  men  for  whom  they 
are  required  ;  and  such  order  vriD  not  be  given  until  it  has  been 
ascertained  that  the  garment  which  it  is  proposed  to  alter  will 
not,  without  alteration,  fit  any  Militiaman  in  the  Regiment,  of 
dimensions  corresponding  to  the  size  marked  on  the  garment, 
and  who  has  not  already  been  fitted. 

145.  In  making  arrangements  for  the  alteration  or  repair 
of  Clothing,  the  pei-son  who  is  to  perform  the  work  will  sign  an 
agreement  to  do  the  same  at  specified  i*ates.  This  agreement, 
together  with  the  tradesman's  original  receipted  bill,  and  the 
written  orders  under  which  the  work  waB  executed,  will  accom- 
pany the  voucher  forwarded  to  the  Director  of  Clothing  for 
pre-audit. 

146.  One  abstract  to  be  furnished  with  each  Pay  List  will 
include  all  sums  on  account  of  Clothing  and  Necessarit^ 
credited  to  the  public,  and  care  will  be  taken  that  creditu  for 
separate  years  are  not  mixed  up,  and  also  that  the  credits 
correctly  represent  the  value  of  the  items  struck  oflF  in  the 
Accounts  ccncemed. 

147.  Whenever  a  statement  is  made  in  the  Clothing 
Accoimt,  that  credit  for  a  certain  sum  will  be  p^ven,  the  date 
of  the  Pay  List  rendered  to  the  W^ar  Office,  and,  if  possible,  the 
number  of  the  voucher,  in  which  such  credit  will  appear,  wiU 
be  distinctly  ouotei 

148.  Before  articles  are  deptroyed  or  struck  off  charge  on 
account  of  the  wearer  having  sufiered  from  infectious  or  con- 
tiigious  disease,  special  authority  will  Ik?  obtained  from  the 
Director  of  Clothing.  unlcKs  the  Medical  Officer  shall  certify  tliat 
cleansing  and  fumigation  '^'ill  not  be  sufficient  to  prevent  the 
spread  of  infection  or  contagion,  and  that  the  immediate 
destruction  of  the  articles  is  alwolutely  necessary,  in  which  cane 
the  articles  will  be  at  once  destroyed,  and  application  will  be 
made  to  the  Director  of  Clothing  for  covering  authority  to  strike 
them  off  charge.  When  the  Clothing  can  be  disinfected,  such 
steps   as  tl)e  l^Iedical   Officer  may   consider  practicable  and 


21 

General  Begulatioiis.  Section  X. 

Bufficaetit  will  be  taken  regimentally.  In  all  cases  the  report 
made  to  the  Director  of  Clothing  will  be  accompanied  bj  the 
certificate  of  the  Medical  Officer,  showing  the  nature  of  the 
complaint,  and  the  steps  recommended  by  him«  as  well  as  by  a 
statement  of  the  names  of  the  diseased  men,  of  the  artides 
infected,  and  the  time  they  have  been  in  use. 

148.  It  should  be  clearly  understood  that  articles  will  not  When  ftn 
be  considered  to  have  been  worn  the  iull  periods,  unless  they  *'^^!  ia  to  be 
have  been  actually  m  use.     i  he  years  or  trauungs  during  which  ^o^n  out. 
articles  remain  unused  in  the  Regunental  Store  will  not  count  in 
reckoning  the  time  articles  have  been  worn. 

150.  The  Adjutant  of  the  Militia  Regiment  will  be  at  all  Bespoiuibility 
times  responsible  for  the  efficiency,  and  will  be  held  accountable  ^^i^® 
for  the  quantity  and  condition  of  the  Clothing  of  hia  Re^ment ;       J'^**"*- 
and  all  requisitions  and  receipts  for  the  same  will^  on  all  occa- 
sions, be  signed  by  him.     No  Non-Commissioned  Officer  or 
private  will  be  recognised  in  any  way  as  a  sub-accountant  or 
store  holder  of  regimental  Clothing  or  Necessaries. 

15L  Compensation  in  lieu  .of  Clothing  or  Necessaries  will  Compen- 
not  be  allowed  under  any  circumstances  either  to  members  of  •***<^"- 
the  Permanent  Staff  who  are  not  serving  on  their  Army  engage- 
ments or  to  Militiamen.    Members  of ! the  Permanent  Staff  who 
are  serving  on  their  Army  en^gements  will  be  paid  compensa- 
tion, as  laid  down  in  paragi-aph  17. 

152.  Adjutants  of  Regiments  from  which  men  are  trans-  Pftrticulan  of 
ferred  will  furnish  Adjutants  of  Regiments  to  which  they  are  «;'iolM  s^t 
transferred  with  full  writteji  particulars  respecting  the  Clothing  ^v*^'*'**'^™' 
and  Necessaries  of  every  man  transfeiTed. 

153*  All  communications  on  the  subject  of   Clothing  or  Oorrespon- 
Necessaries  will  be  addressed  by  Officers  Commanding  Regi-  **®°<*- 
ments  to  the 

Director  of  Clothing, 

Royal  Anrgr  Clothing  Depdt, 
Grosvenor  Road, 

London,  S.W. 


154.  Vouchers  for  articles  received  from,  as  well  as  for  Vouchen. 
articles  returned  to  the  Royal  Army  Clothing  Depot,  will  be 
forwarded  to  the  Storekeeper  instead  of  to  the  Director  of 
Clothing.  .  . 

155.  No  liability  on  account  of  services  not  provided  for  LiabiUtj  for 
in  these  Regulations,  will  be  incmrred  withour  special  authority  unproWded 
having  been  previouslv  obtained  from  the  Director  of  Clothing,  wrrioes  not 
or  having  been  promulgated  in  Army  Circulars.  wit^ut^"' 

authoriljr. 


22 


Section  Z. 


Cteneral  Regulations. 


PricM  of 
Clothing  and 


BatoBfor 


166.  The  rates  to  be  charged  for  all  articles  of  Clothine  or 
Necessaries  issued  to  the  Militia  on  pavment,  or  to  replace 
losses  by  neelect,  as  also  the  value  of  articles  when  worn 
the  prescribed  periods,  will  be  published  annually  in  Army 
Circulars. 

157.  The  following  rates  will  be  allowed  for  making  up 
Clothing  supplied  in  material  to  Regiments  of  the  Chimnel 
Islands  Militia.  These  rates  include  the  fitting  of  the  garments, 
and  also  of  sewing  on  the  chevrons  and  badges  appertaining  to 
each  rank,  viz, : — 


ABTICLE8. 


fStaff 
ir.^v.     J  Battery  Staff 
^^^     isergwiu    ..         .. 

l^Buglen  or  Tnunpeten 
Troosert,  r  Stair 
eaohpair.  \  Other  ranks  • . 


Bates  for 
alterationt. 


158.  The  following  rates  will  be  allowed  for  the  alteration 
or  re-alteration  of  garments  supplied  made  up,  or  which,  having 
been  made  up  for  men  who  have  become  non-effective,  are 
issued  to  other  men : — 


ASTICLKS. 

PcmaiiMit 
fluff. 

KarolM 

Tunics     •  • 

..     mmifh 

t.     d. 
1    6 
1    0 
0    6 

#.    d. 
0   s 

Frocks     

0    6 

Trousers 

•  •         •  •         •  •         ■ 

eaohpair 

0    4 

Bites  for 
sewing  on 
oheTTons. 


159.  The  following  rates  will  be  allowed  for  sewing  on 
chevrons  and  badges  to  garments  supplied  made  up,  viz. : — 


CheTTons 

Colour  Badge,  complete 
Crown .  •         •  •         •  •         t  • 

Bugle 

Creased  Rifles  and  Crown    .  • 
Crossed  Trumpets     • . 
Badge  for  Ounnerj  Instructor 
Pioneer's  Badge 
SkiU  at  Arms  Badge .  • 
Crown  and  Cannon  . . 


•  • 


each  bar  U. 


•  • 


eachBadffs  %d. 


•  • 


23 


General  Regulations. 


Section  X. 


160.  The  following  rates  wiU  be  allowed  for  marking,  viz. : — 


Bates  for 
marking. 


ABTICLKS. 


each 


1} 


M 


Head-drafls  

Corer  for  Head-dreM 

Tunio 

Frock 

Troiuen •         ••         ••       each  pair 

BooU      ..         • ,, 

Great  Coata •  each 

Ckpea  for  Great  Coats .  •         .  •         • .  „ 

Leggings •         ••         ..       each  pair 

Free  /  Artillery  •  •         •  •         . .         each  kit 

Kits  \InfantTT „ 

Marking  the  Tear  of  Training  on  the  Clothing' 
after  each  Training,  for  ererj  100  men  clothed 
at  the  Training  • .         •  •         • .         .  • 

Stamping   the    condemned   mark  on  ereiy   100 
articles  of  Clothing  delirered  to  the  Conductor 


Enrollfld 


t.    d. 

0    Ok 


0 
0 
0 
0 


0* 

Ok 
Ok 


8    0 
2    0 


(200  and  500    4  |  82    H.  &  8.    2610.) 


ARMY    CIRCULARS. 

1882. 


War  Office, 

Ul  May  1882. 

The  following  Regulations  and  Instructions  are 
promulgated  to  the  Army  by  direction  of  the  Secretary 
of  State  for  War. 


CONTENTS. 


rziTAircB. 

Z.-ABaTJI<AB  F0B0B8. 


PA«B 


CUnoa   97.  AUowanoe     Baflrulations,    1881  —  Alterations      and 

Additions  —      —      -.'—      —      —      —      —      —       8 

08.  AUowance  Beffnlatlons.  1881  ~  Commuted  AUowanoe 

In  Uen  of  Fuel  and  lil^ht  at  Home  Stations        —     18 

,,        90.  Beglmental    Establlsliments    of   tlie   Beflrolar   and 

"  Auxiliary  Forces,  1882-8        —      —      —      —      —    80 

,,      100.  Gratuities  for  Zionff  Serrloe  and  Good  Oonduot—      —     81 

II.-ATrXTTiTAKY  AND  BBSEBYB  FOBCBS. 

MIUTIA. 

„      101.  Pay  of  Kon-Commlssloned  Offlcers  on  the  Permanent 

Staff  reduced  to  the  ranks      —      —      —      —      —     21 

ARMY  RESERVE. 
108.  Pensions   and   Gratuities— Class    II.   of  the   Army 


OVIiATIOirS  Ton  tkb  ooikirssajuat 


Olauss  108.  Barracks  and  Quarters—  —  -*-*  —  —  —  82 
,y  104.  Bxpense  Stores  —  —  —  —  —  •..—  28 
„      106b  Berised  Schedules  of  Barrack  Furniture  —      —      —    24 

.^    J.     .  LOHDOHi 

3*^MIT."S^!!^*  ("■««],  «KaKtalcro^  s  ioK8.n,  mi  imii 

i9''OHAMS  A  OttJhtmiostarBtfw;  TRUBN  ER  A  Co..  if*  aOi  LndcmU  Hill j 

■  rANrOftD.Ctertar  CroM  I     KJCOAN  I'Ao  U  THJENCH  A  Co^l.  l*AUiBMtorSi|ttUt| 

OEirrTN  A  C<»- Th«  Uwd,  PoansAi  A.Sc  nLACIT.  S»ias«*«*{ 

ALKJ^  TMaM  i  C«^  AMm  SiiwV  moA  S.  I\>M02IBT.  OnAon  Itnt^  Ovsuv. 

Price  Setenpence. 


a 


ContentB    €QnAm§d. 


ovuLTioirs  rem  tsb  omoHAiroB  bto 


OlAQM  106.  TMtSnff  mxkA  DispoMd  of  War  BooImU        .i.      -.      ~    86 


„      107.  Faokinff,  8toiiBir»  and  Peiiodloal  Xnapeetlon  of  Wot 

Qnaootton—      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —    a© 


z.-SBOin:«ui  voBOOB. 

OlauM  106.  ArloM  of  dothiiir  and  VooeoMuioo     —-•--—    86 

n.-AirXTTiTARY  VOBOBS. 
VOUIHTECIS. 
„      100.  Prteoo  of  dothinflr  and  Hoc— — ri—     —      —      —      ~    86 


BBGUZ^AB  VOBCnS. 

Olauao  110.  ZiOeml  Proeaodlnss  —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —    87 

111.  Btatiofionr,  *o.,  Sehool  Xatwlali       —     ~     —     —    97 
„      118.  MiUtarr  Books       —      -------87 


ft 


118.  ABX7  70SM8 


▲pPMidix  to  Olaiuo  108    •»     —     <~^     —      —      —     «.88 
If  ff        100—      —      -      —      ---      —      -87 


I 


BMDee:  Oft^solttc  FatMsh 


FDfANOK 


X.— msovziAm  romcas. 


Allowance  Begolations,  1881— Alterations  and 

1.  The  following  alterations  in,  and  additions  to,  the  Allowance  Glanse  97« 
Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  T.,  Part  III.),  have 
been  approved,  and  should  be  noted  in  the  copies  of  regulatiooa 
already  issued. 

3.  Paragraph  1  will  stand  amended  as  follows : — 

!•  Provisions  will  be  issued  at  home  stations  as  follows : — 


PoBOiia  enftiUed  to  draw  Bations. 


Eacb  Wamni   Officer,  no»«om- 
minioncd  officer  and  man  borne 
on  the  effiBotire  strengfeh  of  the" 
Army 


When  etationedi. 


VMBW^r**. 


In-  barracks  or  sta-  I 
tionaiy  quarters 

Under  oanTas 


Inbtllete  .. 


..- 


Soato'of  Batioik 


1  lb.  bread. 

i  lb.  freabor  preMrred 

meak 
1  lb.  bread. 
1  lb.  fresh  meat  or 

I  lb.  preserred  meat. 
U    lb)    fiesb    meat 

weighed  previoiialj 

to  cooking. 
1  lb.  bread. 

1  lb.  potatoes  or  oilier 
tegetables. 

2  pints  of  small  beer. 
Yinegar,     salt,     and 

pepper  a 


8.  The  wordi  "  Whose  case  is  not  submitted  to  the  Commis- 
sioners of  Chelsea  Hospital^  with  a  Tiew  to  his  claim  to  pension 
being  considered/'  will  be  omitted  from  the  last  sentence  of  para- 
graph 8. 

» 

4.  Paragraph  15  will  be  amended  as  follows : — 

1ft*  Bations  will  not  be  issuable  for  Officers,  their  families^ 
or  their  servants  at  stations  where  a  consolidated  money 
allowance  which  covers  the  cost  of  rations  is  issued.  They 
will  not  be  issued  when  Officers  are  on  leave,  with  the  ex- 
ception that  if  horses  for  which  they  draw  forage  are  left 
behind,  rations  may  be  continued  to  the  groom  who  remains 
in  charge  of  the  horses. 

5.  The  words  '^  Preserved  meat,  |  lb./'  will  be  omitted  from  the 
ointh  line  of  paragraph  25. 

B  2 


n^y  198S.]  4 


(Segular  Forces) — continued. 


Glaa&e  97       ^  ^^  paragraph  28,  the  words  ''  under  apecial  circumstances  *' 

c^tinned.    in  the  Ist  Hue  will  be  omitted ;  the  words  "  except  unmarried  re- 

gimental  Warrant  OflBcers/'  will  be  added  at  the  end  of  (*),  and 

the  words  ''  Warrant  Officers/'  will  be  inserted  at  the  beginning 

of  (c). 

7.  The  words  "  and  will  be  drawn  on  Army  Form  P  1928/' 
will  be  inserted  after  the  word  ''  station ''  in  the  fourth  line  of 
paragraph  32. 

8.  The  words  ^'  on  Army  Form  F  746  "  will  be  substituted  for 
the  following  words  in  the  fourth  and  fifth  lines  of  paragraph  40: 
**  On  Army  Form  F  742  for  ordinary  rations  at  Home  Stations^ 
and  on  Army  Form  F  746  at  Foreign  Stations.'^ 

9.  The  following  paragraph  will  be  added  after  paragraph  44 : — 

44(a).  Similar  certificates  will  be  sent  by  the  Commissariat 
to  the  District  Officers  of  the  Army  Hospital  Corps  for  such 
men  of  the  Army  Hospital  Corps  as  may  not  be  attached  for 
rations  to  other  corps,  and  to  the  Officers  commanding 
companies  of  other  departmental  corps  for  the  men  of  such 
corps  who  draw  rations  direct.  The  certificates  will  be 
attached  by  these  Officers  to  their  sub-accounts. 

10.  At  the  end  of  the  fourth  line  of  paragraph  62^  the  word 
''  tea  "  will  be  inserted. 

11.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  70: — 

lO.  Hospital  Stoppage  Returns,  Army  Form  O  1G43  (a) 
and  (&),  showing  the  number  of  stoppages  due  from  each  man, 
will  be  prepared  from  the  Admission  and  Discharge  Book  on 
the  termination  of  each  month,  and  will  be  signed  by  the 
Medical  Officer  in  charge  and  transmitted  to  the  Paymasters 
of  Corps  concerned,  who  will  be  responsible  for  crediting  the 

stoppages. 

« 

TOa.  In  the  case  of  the  Royal  Artillery  and  Royal  Engi* 
neers,  and  Depart  mental  Corps,  the  returns  will  be  transmitted 
direct  to  the  Officer  commanding  the  battery  or  company* 
instead  of  to  the  Paymaster  of  the  district  or  division,  and 
will  be  attached  as  vouchers  to  the  Battery  or  Company  Ptoy 
Lists. 

tO&.  The  Paymaster  or  Officer  acting  as  such  will  take 
immediate  steps  for  checking  the  stoppages  to  be  accounted 
for  by  him,  and  for  sending  an  acknowledgement  to  the 
Medical  Officer. 

12.  Paragraph  73  will  be  cancelled. 


[]iray.M99. 


finance  (Regular  FoToesy-^ntinued. 


18.  The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  79  :*^ 

90a.  The  monthly  returns  for  men  of  the  Royal  Artillery>  Clause  97 
Boyal  Engineers^  and  Departmental  Corps^  will  be  sent  to     continued, 
the  Officers  commanding  batteries  or  companies,  or  (for  men 
of  the  Army  Hospital  Corps)  to  the  District  Officer  of  the 
Army  Hospital  Corps.     These  returns  will  be  attached  by 
these  Officers  to  their  sub-accoants. 

14.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  82  : — 

89a.  Men  discharged  from  the  Army  will  be  shown 
separately  in  the  Betom  on  Army  Form  F  733^  and  will  not 
be  included  in  the  Return  on  Army  Form  O  1714. 

15.  The  words  "  and  washing  *'  wiU  be  inserted  after  the  word 
messing ''  in  the  fifth  line  of  paragraph  83,  and  in  the  third  line 

of  paragraph  84. 

16.  Paragraph  86  will  stand  amended  as  follows : — 

86«  When  any  soldier  is  imprisoned  in  a  civil  gaol  at 
home,  either  for  a  civil  or  military  offence,  or  as  a  deserter, 
no  charge  on  account  of  subsistence  will  be  admissible  in 
Army  Accounts.  The  rate  to  be  paid  for  prisoners  in 
Colonial  prisons  abroad  will  be  such  sum  as  the  Secretary  of 
State  may  order. 

17.  The  words  ''or  under  arrest  or  in  prison ''  will  be  inserted 
after  the  word  '^  Hospital "  in  the  ninth  line  of  paragraph  87. 

18.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  the  latter  part  of 
paragraph  103 : — 


le 


Regimental. 


'laeatenant-Colonel  Commanding,*or  Lieutenant- 
Colonel  of  Field  AitiUexy        

Lieatenant-Colonel  of  CkurnBon  Artilleiy  not  in 
independent  command 

Major  of  Field  Artillerj,  in  addition  to  a  battery 
none       ••  ..         ••         «• 

Major  of  Qmiaon  Artillery 

Battery  Officers  of  Field  Brigades  below  the 
rank  of  Major  to  be  mounted  on  troop  hones 

Adjutant  or  Acting  Adjutant  receiring  pay  as  such 

Siding' Master  to  be    proxided  with  a  troop 
horse 


At 

Home 

Stations. 


Horses. 
2 
1 

1 

1 


At 
Foreign 
Stations. 


Horses. 
2 
1 

1 

1 


With  an 

Army  in 

the  Field. 


Horsea. 

8 

2 

1 
1 


19.  The  foot  note  to  paragraphs  103  and  104  will  be  cancelled^ 
and  the  following  words  substituted : — 

•  «  See  definition  in  paragraph  246." 


6 


FhiBBce  (Sqgidsr  Rnoeft>-HRmi«»iiie(/. 


Qanie  07  SO.  In  tpuragvaph  105,  after  the  wm-ds  **  Iwtrnctor  of  Mob- 
ketnr/'  the  words  ''  or  Acting  Instrnctor  drawing  pay  as  such"  will 
be  added. 

21.  In  the  fourth  line  of  paragraph  106,  th3  following  will  be 
added  before  the  word  **  Ridiug-Master  " : — 

"  All  OflScers  belo  v  the  rank  of  Major,  including  the." 

22.  The  following  will  be  added  to  paragraph  107 : — 


At 

Home 

Stations. 

At 

Foreign 
Station*. 

With  an 

AniiT  in 

the  Field. 

DejMriment  of  ArtiUery  Studies : — 
Director      . .          . ,          , , 
AwLfttant  Director . .          . ,          , .          , ,          , , 
Iiifitruetor  in  Artillerj      . .          , , 

HoTMS. 

2 

1 
1 

Horses. 

•  • 

•  • 
■  * 

HoTWCi. 

•  • 

23.  The  words  *'  including  Field  Artillery"  will  be  inserted  in 
the  9th  line  of  paragraph  125  after  the  words  "Mounted  Corps." 

24.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  126 : — 

IMI.  At  those  home  stations  where  forage  is  issuod  by  the 
Commissariat,  or  is  supplied  under  contiact  the  conditions  of 
which  provide  for  separate  issues  to  OflScers,  Staflf,  Dcpart- 
raentnl,  and  Infantry  Officers  who  are  entitled  to  forage,  may 
draw  at  their  option  forage  in  kind  (ceasing  in  that  case  to 
draw  the  money  allowance). 

19Sa.  Issues  in  kind  drawn  by  such  Officers  will  be  ac- 
counted for  by  llicm  monthly  on  Army  Form  744  (Staff  and 
Departmental  Officers)  and  Army  Form  746  (Regimental 
Officers). 

f  S€l/^  At  stations  other  than  those  specified  in  paragraph 
126y  these  Officers  will  draw  the  money  allowanee  in  Uau  of 
forage. 

25.  The  following  will  be  added  at  the  end  of  paragra|ih  1131 : — 
*'also  during  a  period   not  exceeding   one  month   fur 

stabling  ncccs>sarily  retained  by  an  Officer  for  horses  he  is 
about  to  procure  to  fill  up  vacancies  in  his  regulated  noaber 
of  horses." 

26.  In  paragraph  148  (page  39),  under  the  heading  '^'OiHrers 
Messes,'*  for  the  words: — 

"  For  a  Regimental  Officer  stationed  singly  in  Banacks 
where  no  Regimental  Mess  is  established/' 
the  following  words  will  be  substituted  : — 

"  In  barracks  where  no  Regimental  Mess  is  established, 
for  each  Regimental  Officer  (not  exceeding  three  in  all)  who 
would  ordinarily  be  a  dining  member  of  a  Mess." 


[Xmr  1889. 


RaaBoe  (Sj&gatBX  Fcaneay-ooHtiuued. 


27.  In  peragfaph  148  (page  41\  after  '^  library/'  the  words  GlatlBe  97 
**  or  Recreation  Boom "  will  be  aaded,   and  under  the  head  of    eomtimted. 

**  Browning  arms  '^  (in  tbe  last  line  of  page  42)  3^  rations  of 
candles  will  be  inserted  as  issuable  from  October  to  Mardi. 

28.  In  the  tenth  line  of  paragraph  155,  the  words  ''oil 
mineral^  for,  1  gill/' will  be  omitted;  and  in  the  11th line, after  the 
words  '*  wick  for  "  "  mineral  oil  *'  wUl  be  inserted. 

29.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  168  : — 

108.  Issues  will  commence  from  the  date  of  an  Officer's 
joining  a  station  for  duty,  and  will  cease  on  his  being  struck 
off  the  strength  of  the  District.  Increased  allowances  on  pro- 
motion will  commence  from  the  date  of  the  notification  in  the 
London  Gazette  at  home  stations, 

168a.  Issues  will  not  be  made  for  Officers  during  leave 
of  absence ;  but  if  an  Officer  should  proceed  on  leave  after  the 
weekly  supply  has  been  issued,  he  will  not  be  required  to 
refund  any  issues  of  fuel  and  light  so  drawn. 

MSfr.  If  an  Officer  is  detached  on  duty  from  his  station, 
he  will  cease  to  draw  fuel  and  light  there ;  but  he  will  receive 
issues  at  his  new  station  if  not  disqualified  from  doing  so  by 
the  receipt  of  travelling  or  other  allowance. 

30.  In  the  second  line  of  paragraph  171,  the  word  ''Regi- 
mental ''  will  be  substituted  for  the  word  **  substantive,^'  and  the 
words  "  A  Chaplain  on  probation "  will  be  inserted  in  place  of 
'*  An  Army  Curate ''  in  the  sixth  line. 

31.  The  following  will  be  added  to  the  lict  Cf  appointments  in 
paragraph  172  : —  i 

Barrack«Serjeaut  if  a  Pensioner  • .         •  •     Class  I. 

82.  The  words ''  or  for  allowances  drawn  under  paragraph  205  '^ 
will  be  inserted  after  tbe  word  '*  only/'  in  the  last  line  of  paragraph 
197. 

33.  The  following  words  will  be  added  to  the  end  of  paragraph 
223:— 

''  and  no  issue  will  be  made  without  the  production  of  such 
order  or  a  certified  copy  of  it.'' 

M.  Paragraph  226  will  stand  amended  as  follows : — 

W9%.  If  an  Officer  who  has  received  an  advance  of  Field 
Allowance,  becomes  entitled,  by  promotion  or  by  appointment, 
to  a  higher  rate  of  Field  Allowance,  he  will,  during  the  period 
covered  by  such  advance,  receive  the  difierence  between  the 
old ;  nd  new  rates  for  the  days  on  which  he  may  be  actually 
under  canvas.  But  such  difference  will  not  be  issuable  for  any 
day  prior  to  the  date,  if  at  home,  of  the  London  Gazette  notifying 
such  promotion  or  appointment,  or,  if  abroad,  of  tbe  General 
Order  nromulffatiDfi:  it. 


May  tSSf$.']  8 


finance  (Begular  FoTcesh-cantinued. 


Clause  97       35.  The  following  will  be  substitated  for  the  first  three  Hues  of 
0OKii»m§d.    paragraph  242 : — 

949.  The  extent  of  accommodation  in  public  qaarteri  to 
which  Officers  are  entitled,  both  at  Home  and  Foreign 
Stations^  is  shown  in  the  table  below ;  the  scale  to  be  assigned 
to  the  rank  of  Officers  being  further  governed  by  the  instruc- 
tions given  in  paragraph  171» 

36.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  246 : — 

940.  The  undermentioned  Officers  will  alone  be  entitled 
to  the  quarters  laid  down  for  a  Regimental  Lieutenant- 
Colonel  Commanding — 

(a).  The  Lieutenant-Colonel  of  Roval  Artillery  in.  command 
of  Divisions  of  Field  Artillery,  or  of  Districts  of 
Garrison  Artillery. 

(b.)  The  Senior  Lieutenant-Colonel  of  Royal  Engineers  at 
the  Head-quarters  of  each  Engineer  District  or 
Sub-District,  or  a  Lieutenant-Colonel  of  Royal 
Engineers  in  command  of  two  or  more  troops  or 
companies  at  the  same  station. 

(c.)  The  Lieutenant-Colonel  Commanding  a  regimental 
district. 

(d.)  The  Lieutenant-Colonels  Commanding  the  home  and 
the  foreign  battalions  of  a  Territorial  regiment* 

{e.)  The  Lieutenant-Colonel  Commanding  a  Cavalry  regi- 
ment or  the  Cavalry  depdt. 

37.  The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  230 :  - 

950a.  It  has  been  determined  by  the  Commissioners  of 
Inland  Revenue  (Sec.  60,  5  and  6  Vict.,  c.  85,  No.  IV., 
Rule  8),  that  Officers  serving  on  the  Staff  of  the  Army, 
or  otherwise  holding  appointments  for  a  fixed  term,  wUl 
be  liable  to  pay  income  tax  (Schedule  A)  in  respect  of 
their  public  quarters  in  War  Department  buildings  or  hats 
occupied  by  them,  rent  free. 

9:kOb.  As  a  general  rule,  however,  Officers  mentioned  in 
the  preceding  paragraph  will  not,  for  the  future,  be  requiml 
to  pay  Inhabited  House  Duty  on  public  quarters  duly  allotted 
to  them.  Any  assessments  to  Inhabited  House  Duty  mmr, 
if  not  withdrawn  locally  under  Inland  Revenue  authoritr, 
be  reported  for  consideration,  with  a  view  to  relief  from  its 
payment. 

9ftOc.  Regimental  Officers,  and  Officers  of  the  Army 
Departments  who  do  not  hold  appointments  for  any  fixed 
term,  will  be  exempt  from  the  payment  of  Income  Tax 
(Schedule  A)  and  Inhabited  House  Duty  on  their  public 
quarters. 

9SO</.  All  Officers  of  the  Army  or  Army  Departments 
in  public  quarters,  whether  holding  their  appointments  Cor  s 


9  [May  ISSli. 


Finance  (Regular  Forcesy-contmued. 


fixed  term  or  not^  will^  from  the  1st  April  1882,  be  exempt  Clause  97 
from  the  payment  of  claims  to  tithes,  authorized  water  rates,  continued, 
and  local  rates,  such  as  Poor  Rates,  Highway  Rates,  General 
District  or  Sanitary  Rates  on  War  Department  barracks, 
quarters,  or  huts.  Such  claims,  if  made,  will  be  considered 
as  made  upon  War  Department  property,  whether  the  quarters 
belong  to  or  are  hired  by  the  Government,  and  will  be  dealt 
with  as  directed  in  the  Regulations  for  the  Roval  Engineer 
Department,  and  in  the  Regulations  for  the  Commissariat  and 
Transport  Staff. 

38.  The  words  '^  Chaplains  on  probation,''  will  be  substituted 
for  the  words  ''Army  Curates  "  in  paragraph  258. 

39.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  2C6 : — 

MI6a.  At  home  stations,  Chaplains  will,  as  a  general 
rule,  be  permitted  to  live  out  of  barracks,  although  quarters 
may  be  available  for  them. 

40.  The  word  "Civilian"  will  be  placed  before  the  words 
"  Clerks  of  the  Royal  Engineer  Department,"  in  the  second  line 
of  paragraph  267. 

41.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  269 : — 

960*  The  rates  specified  are  not  to  be  altered  without 
the  previous  authority  of  the  Secretary  of  State;  and  the 
issues  to  the  different  ranks  will  be  governed  by  the  instruc- 
tions laid  down  in  paragraphs  171  and  246. 

42.  Paragraph  274  will  be  cancelled. 

43.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  280 : — 

9i^<la.  Officers  of  the  Foot  Guards  are  not  entitled  to 
allowances  in  lieu  of  quarters  when  stationed  at  the  west  cud 
of  London. 

ZSOb.  Medical  Officers  of  the  Household  Troops  and 
Veterinary  Surgeons  belonging  to  the  Household  Cavalry  will 
not  draw  departmental  allowances,  but  will  be  entitled  to 
quarters  or  allowances  of  lodging-money,  fuel,  and  light,  at 
the  regimental  rates  fixed  for  their  ranks. 

44.  The  word  "  any  '^  vi  ill  be  substituted  for  the  words  "  those 
Medical "  in  the  third  line  of  paragraph  334b 

45.  Paragraph  335  will  be  amended  as  &>llows : — 

835*  European  Serjeants  will  be  allowed  to  draw  Is.  a-day, 
and  European  corporals  and  privates  6dl  a-day,  when  serving 
in  Honduras  or  on  the  West  Coast  of  Africa. 


J  10 


Fiaaaiee  (BegDlar  VmotBh-cmuinued. 


46.  The  following  will  be  added  to  pnnignipli  8506 : 

ClaUBe  97  *'  If  they  join  their  new  station  direct,  they  will  be  reim- 

.9ntmMed.  hxxned  any  extra  coat  of  conveyance  which   vuoh  journey 

may  have  entailed  upon  them,  over  and  above  what  it  would 
have  cost  them  to  rejoin  their  former  station." 

47.  Tlie  following  will  be  added  to  850c : — 

"  or  to  the  extra  cost  of  conveyance  thereto  if  they  do 
not  first  rejoin  their  old  station." 

48.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  853 : 

358.  Oflicers  entitled  to  forage  allowance,  who  only  tem- 

poranly  or  occasionally  require  the  use  of  a  horse,  and  who 
prefer,  with  the  sanction  of  their  superior  Officers,  to  hire  a 
horse,  will  be  allowed  to  charge  against  the  public  the  actual 
sums  paid  by  them  for  the  paiticular  days  on  which  they  have 
been  necessarily  mounted,  or  fur  conveyance  on  public  dutv 
for  distances  of  less  than  10  miles  from  their  stations  (subject 
to  the  provisions  of  paragraphs  368-870). 

3&3a.  Such  cost  will  not  exceed  the  amount  of  the  forage 
allowance  to  which  the  Officer  would  have  been  entitled  if  a 
horse  had  been  kept,  during  the  period  of  the  monthly  or 
quarterly  account  (as  the  case  may  be)  in  which  the  chiim  is 
preferred. 

343ft.  These  claims  will  be  made  on  Army  Form  0  1771, 
and  will  be  accompanied  by  receipts  as  far  as  practicable^ 
as  well  as  by  a  reference  to  the  order  of  the  superior  Officer, 
exempting  the  Officer  fiom  keeping  a  horse. 

49.  In   the  fourth  line  of   paragraph  354,  after  the   word 
allowance,^'  the  followmg  wUl  be  inserted  "  (Umited  to  the  time 

stated  in  paragraph  109).'* 

50.  Paragraph  339  will  be  amended  as  follows  :— 

359.  Officers  proceeding  from  their  station  to,  or  returning 
to  their  station  from,  a  course  of  garrison  instructiou  will  he 
allowed  their  travelling  expenses,  provided  that  their  claims 
be  supported  by  a  certificate  to  the  eflect-* 

n'l  ml!''!  ^i'^y.  ^^^"^  P^^^  *  satisfactory  examination  :  or 
(6.)  That  during  the  course  of  instruction  they  have  been 
punctual  and  attentive. 

51.  The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  359:— 

i»..^S!:i^f''S'i?"''T ''.'*''  ""^  undergoing  instruction  at 
the  School  of  Military  Engineering,  the  Staff  College,  or 
Department  of  Artillery  Studies,  and  their  Listm^«.  am 
ordered  upon  reconnaissance  duty,  uix)n  visits  to  Manufac- 

!lf  f u  •  P*"^*"*!?  ^"""^  ^^"'*  *^  •^^"^  ««•  •»»««> »  connection 
with  their  cou«e  of  instruction,  they  will  receive  such  sums 

.^;  dett^^^^  '^P^'^  ••  ''''  Secretly  of  St^ 


11  r 


JESnSMe  (Si^iBSr^OteeB)-MmimMed. 


92.  nmgrapli  971  will  itand  finrended  as  fofiows  :^^  Clause  97 

•in.  Staff  and  Departmental  Officers,  and  regimental  •'MfMifffrf. 
Officers  entitled  by  their  regimental  rank  to  draw  forage  or 
forage  allowance,  will,  when  proceeding  from  their  stations  on 
permanent  duty,  be  entitled  to  conveyance  at  the  public 
expense  for  the  number  of  horses  for  which  forage  is  actually 
drawn  by  them  at  the  time  of  quitting  the  station  wliich  they 
are  leaving,  provided  that  such  number  be  not  in  excess  of  that 
for  which  they  will  be  entitled  to  forage  at  their  new  station. 

53.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  377 : — 

3Y9a.  Officers  proceeding  to  or  from  Ireland  by  Holyhead 
will  only  be  entitled  to  charge  the  fare  via  Northwall,  unless 
their  instructions  were  such  as  to  necessitate  their  proceeding 
via  Kingstown.  Officers  proceeding  to  or  from  the  south  of 
Ireland  will  only  be  allowed  the  fare  via  Milfbrdi  unless  either 
their  instructions  were  such  as  to  necessitate  their  travelling 
md  Holyhead,  or  the  latter  route  be  in  their  case  not  more 
expensive. 

54.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  382 : — 

889*  An  allowance  at  the  following  rates  will  be  granted 
to  Officers  for  each  day  (except  as  specified  in  paragraphs  385 
and  386)  on  which  they  may  be  necessarily  absent  on  duty 
from  their  quarters  or  usual  places  of  residence : — 

#.  d. 

Tor  General  Officers ..       20    0 

„  TieldOffiocra  16    0 

,)   otlier  Ofllcevs  •  •         •  •       10    0 

The  issue  of  these 'rates  will  be  regulated^  in  the  case 
of  Regimental  Officers  by  their  regimental  rank,  and  in  the 
case  of  Staff  and  Departmental  Officers  by  the  relative  rank 
of  the  appointment  they  may  hold. 

389a.  Any  higher  rate  to  which  an  Officer  may  become 
entitled  by  promotion  or  appointment  will  take  effect,  if  at 
home  from  the  date  of  the  London  Gazette  notifying  such 
promotion  or  appointment,  and  if  abroad  from  the  date  of 
the  General  Order  promulgating  the  Gazette. 

55.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  891 : — 

S91*  Travelling  allowance  will  not  be  granted  under  any 
circumstances  to  Officers  while  attending  Garrison  Classes, 
even  should  travelling  expenses  on  special  occasions  be 
authorised. 

56.  Paragraph  399  will  be  made  paragraph  3775,  and  will  be 
re-numbered  accordingly. 

57.  The  following  will  be  added  after  the  word  "  place  "  in  the 
third  line  of  paragraph  472,  '^  or  to  their  destination  if  there  be 
no  miermediate  halting  place." 


nmw  198a.]  12 


Finance  (Begular  Forces)— con^mu^^ 


Clattse  97       ^^'  '^^^  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  480  :«- 

480a.  The  cities  of  Loudon^  Dublin,  and  Bristol  will  be 
considered  as  baiting  places  for  recruits  on  their  way  to  join 
their  corps. 

59.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  481 : — 
491.  A  recruit  who  has  been  attested  may^  if  rejected  on 

final  examination  at  a  place  distant  from  the  place  of  his 
attestation,  be  sent  back  at  the  public  expense  to  the  place  of 
attestation,  and  will  in  such  case  be  granted  an  allowance  of 
Is,  a  day  as  subsistence  money  for  each  day  necessarily 
occupied  by  the  joumeyi  but  ration  allowance  and  subsistence 
allowance  must  not  be  issued  for  the  same  day.  The  trayel- 
ling  expenses  and  subsistence  allowance  will  be  charged  iiithe 
accounts  of  the  Paymaster  by  whom  the  last  issue  of  pay  to 
the  rejected  recruit  is  made. 

481a.  No  charge  for  travelling  expenses  incurred  or  for 
travelling  allowances,  prior  to  attestation,  will  be  admissible 
for  any  recruit  except  under  the  circumstances  mentioned  in 
the  following  paragraph. 

60.  Paragraph  495  will  be  amended  as  follows : — 

40ft.  Soldiers  (other  than  those  of  Colonial  Corps,  who 
will  be  dealt  with  under  the  last  part  of  paragraph  3),  to 
whom  free  conveyance  on  discharge  is  granted,  and  who  are 
not  entitled  to  an  advance  of  pension,  to  a  gratuity  under 
Articles  584—1.  and  584— XL  of  the  Royal  Warrant  of  the 
11th  March  1882,  or  to  deferred  pay,  or  to  whom  no  balance 
of  any  deferred  pay  to  which  they  may  have  been  entitled 
remains  due,  will,  if  not  supplied  with  rations  at  the  public 
expense,  receive  an  allowance  of  1«.  arday  for  subsistence  for 
each  day  necessarily  occupied  by  them  in  awaiting  conveyance 
or  in  travelling  to  the  place  to  which  they  receive  free  con* 
veyance. 

40Sa.  Any  issues  for  subsistence  made  to  a  man  who  is 
entitled  to  deferred  pay,  gratuity,  or  pension,  will  be  deducted 
from  the  same. 

61.  The  words  ''on  discharge  or''  will  be  omitted  from  the 
fourth  line  of  paragraph  503. 

62.  The  words  ^'  at  home  "  will  be  omitted  from  the  first  line 
of  paragraph  504. 

63.  Paragraph  506  will  be  amended  as  follows : — 

ft09«  The  Paymaster  will,  under  the  orders  of  his  Com- 
manding Officer,  pay  to  the  constable  who  hands  over  the 
prisoner,  the  actual  cost  of  the  conveyance  of  the  constaVIe 
and  the  deserter,  and  of  the  subsistence  of  the  latter — ^noi 
exceeding  If.  a-day — ^upon  production  of  the  Justice's  order 
for  the  man's  committal  to  his  regiment,  and  of  a  detailed 


13  [Mayl88«. 


ilnaace  (Regular  Forcesh-cantinuid. 


statement  of  the  above  expenses  duly  certified  hy  the  com-  Clause  97 
mittiog  Magistrate.   The  expenses  of  apprehension  of  deserters    coniimued, 
prior  to  the  date  of  committal  will  be  claimed  from  the  War 
Office  separately. 

64.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  509 : — 
600.  Routes  will  be  furnished  by  General  Officers  Com- 
manding Districts  for  the  removal  of  men  who  may  be  com- 
mitted to  prison  as  deserters,  and  the  following  instructions 
in  regard  to  the  expenses  chargeable  thereon  will  be  carefully 
observed. 

65.  The  following  will  be  added  at  the  end  of  paragraph  521 : — 

(A.)  When  a  soldier  is  discharged  on  committal  to  a  civil 
prison,  free  conveyance  will  be  allowed  to  the  place  of  the 
man's  attestation,  or  to  such  place  (not  involving  greater 
expense  for  conveyance)  as  the  family  may  select. 

66.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  538c:  — 

(c.)  When  their  husbands  or  fathers  die  in  the  Service,  or 
are  discharged  under  circumstances  entitling  them  to  free 
conveyance^  or  are  discharged  on  committal  to  a  civil  prison, 
or  are  transferred  to  the  Army  Reserve,  provided  no  deferred 
pay  is  due  to  the  man.  When  deferred  pay  is  due,  the  amount 
paid  for  travelling  expenses  and  subsistence  will  be  regarded 
as  a  public  debt  and  recovered  from  such  pay. 

67.  The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  543 : — 

Vn(i.-SPEOIAI<  TBAINS. 

S48a.  Special  trains,  if  involving  extra  payment,  will  not 
be  used  without  the  previous  authority  of  the  Secretary  of 
State,  and  if  pilot  engines  are  considered  to  be  necessary,  a 
report  will  be  made  for  the  covering  sanction  of  the  Secretary 
of  Slate. 

68.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  544 : — 

544.  All  charges  connected  with  the  conveyance  of 
detachments  or  of  individual  effective  soldiers  at  home  will 
be  made  in  the  accounts  of  the  Paymaster,  into  whose  payment 
they  shall  be  reported,  except  in  the  case  of  recruits,  as  pro- 
vided in  paragraphs  472-479,  or  under  the  circumstances 
stated  in  paragraph  545,  and  in  the  latter  part  of  para- 
graph 582. 

69.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  545  : — 

545.  When  parties  of  men  detailed  from  more  than  one 
regiment,  brigade,  or  corps  proceed,  under  the  authority  of 
the  same  route,  or  when  a  conducting  party  of  the  same 
corps  is  to  return  to  its  station,  all  allowances  and  expenses 
payable  under  regulation  to  Officers  and  men  in  connection 
with  the  movement  will  be  chained  in  the  Pay  List  of  the 
regiment,  brigade^  corps,  or  regimental  district  to  which  the 


nmj  ISM^]  14 


Finance  (Regtikff  TomsBsih^oniimmd. 


Clanse  97         Officer  or  non-commissioned  offcer  in  charge  belongs  or  is 
coMiimud,  attached  for  payment.    The  chaY^^es  will  be  supported  by  the 

original  Route,  Railway  or  Passage  Warrant,  and  other 
necessary  Touchers. 

70.  The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  570 : — 

5T9a.  Paragraphs  564-570  will  apply  also  to  the  case  of 
ciyilian  witnesses  at  Courts  of  Enquiry  held  puxely  on  the 
public  service ;  but  no  snch  expenses  wiU  be  admissible  in  the 
oass  of  enquiries  connected  with  mess  accounts  or  regimental 
funds. 

71.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  577 : — 

sn^m  When  the  journey  is  by  steamer,  and  a  contract 
exists  including  rations,  care  will  be  taken  to  insert  ^  With 
Rations  *'  on  the  face  of  the  Warrant,  except  in  the  case  of 
dischai^ed  men  {see  paragraph  496). 

72.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  5S0 : — 

580a.  When  troops  or  individual  soldiers  proceed  from 
Great  Britain  to  Ireland,  a  through  Warrant  will,  if  a  saving 
of  expense  will  be  thereby  effected,  be  issued  for  the  jcmmey 
to  the  port  of  disembarkation  in  Ireland,  a  separate  Warrant 
being  always  issued  for  any  railway  journey  in  Ireland. 

flkHOb,  When  troops  travel  from  Ireland,  one  Warrant 
will  be  issued  for  the  railway  journey  in  Ireland,  and  a  second 
Warrant  for  the  journey  from  the  port  of  embarkation.  The 
latter  Warrant  will,  whenever  a  saving  of  expense  will  result, 
be  a  through  Warrant  to  the  station  in  Great  Britain. 

73.  In  the  fifth  line  of  paragraph  582,/or  *'  477,"  read  "  472. 

74.  In  the  first  line  of  paragraph  592,  after  the  word  "  always, 
the  following  will  be  added : — '^  subject  to  paragraph  496.'' 

75.  In  the  second  line  of  the  table  of  weights  contained  in 
paragraph  CI 7,  after  the  word  *' tools,"  the  following  will  be 
added : — *'  and  old  clothing  retained  for  wear  in  accordance  with 
the  regulations'';  and  in  the  fourteenth  line  of  the  table, /c>r 
'' Riding-Master,  1  cwt,''  the  following  wilt  be  substituted: — 
"  Riding-Master,  3  cwt.'* 

76.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  the  heading — 

RoTAL  ENonrEEBs  AXD  Aritt  Sertics  Corps 

in  the  same  table  :— 

R<iVAL  EironnnBS,  CoionssARXAT  ajtd  TaAjrsFoas  Conrs,  axd  Obovasci  Si>o«r 

Coars. 

77.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragrmpii  686  :— 
•Sfto.  The  baggage  of  Officers  and*  soldieratravdHBg  on 

duty  is,  under  the  provisions  of  the  Army  Aelt  esenpt  from 
dock  tolls  or  dnties ;  bat  charges  for  any  labour  perforiMd  by 
a  Dock  Company^s  serrawta  are  admisstUe. 


99 

99 


1&  [Mar  tS9^. 


Finance  (Segnlar  Toremy-comimued. 


•aft&.  Chargefrfor  agency  on  embarkation  or  disembarka-  Clause  97 
tion  will  not  be  allowed,  except  in  caaes  in  which  baggage     cotUimted, 
conyeyed  at  the  pnblic  expense  is  necessarily  sent  in  a  ship 
in  which  the  Officer  does  not  himself  proceed. 

78.  Paragraph  644  (c)  will  stand  amended  as  follows : — 

{c)  If  the  Officer  provides  the  Naval  Agent  with  a  certi- 
ficate of  his  having  engaged  passage  to  the  port  from 
which  the  overland  journey  will  commence,  in  the 
ciaas  of  accommodation  for  whiah  he  requests  ike 
allowance. 

79.  Paragraph  645  {g)  will  stand  amended  as  follows: — 

(g.)  If  resigning  a  Staff  or  extra  Regimental  appointment 
before  the  expiration  of  its  term. 

80.  Paragraph  650  (c)  will  stand  amended  as  follows  : — 

(c.)  If  resigning  before  the  expiration  of  their  period  of 
service  on  the  Staff  or  in  an  extra  Regimental  appoint- 
ment. 

81.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  pu*agraph  672  : — 

S79.  When  Staff  and  Departmental  Officers  and  Regi- 
mental Officers  entitled  by  their  substantive  rank  to  draw 
forage  or  forage  allowance,  proceed  from  their  stations  on 
permanent  duty  to  foreign  stations,  or  return  therefrom,  or 
proceed  intercolonially,  they  will  be  allowed  conveyance  by 
sea  at  the  public  expense  for  the  number  of  horses  for  which 
they  are  actually  drawing  forage  at  the  time  of  embarkation^ 
provided — 

(o.)  That  their  rank  will  entitle  them  to  draw  forage  for 
such  number  at  their  new  station. 

{b.)  That  accommodation  for  horses  is  available  at  the  time. 

(c.)  That  the  Officers  themselves  are  entitled  to  a  free 
passage. 

This  regulation  does  not  apply  to  Officers  proceeding  to  or 
'  from  India,  China,  the  Straits  Settlements,  Ceylon,  Mauritius, 
or  the  Cape  of  Good  Hope. 

82.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  682 :  — 

^^9.  In  Her  Majesty's  ships  or  troopships  recovery  will 
be  made  on  board  before  disembarkation. 

089a.  For  passages  in  contract  packets,  freight  ships,  or 
hired  transports,  recovery  will  be  made  in  the  following 
manner. 

(a.)  As  regards  the  Officers  themselves,  in  the  manner  pro* 
vided  for  in  the  succeeding  paragraphs. 

(A.)  As  rcmrds  the  families,  the  amount  due  will  be  paid  to 
and  credited  by  the  Paymaster  or  Agent,  by  whom 
the  necessary  stoppages  of  the  Officer  are  accounted 
for. 


IVay  1882.3  16 


finance  (Begolar  Forcesy^ontinued. 


Clause  97        ^^*  ^^^  following  will  be  added  at  the  end  of  paragraph  686  : — 
eoniinuei.  In  ^he  case  of  Officers  of  Royal  Artillery  and  Royal 

Engineers,  such  stoppages  will  iuvariably  be  paid  to  the 
District  Paymaster. 

84.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  687 : — 

•89.  Officers  and  others  about  to  embark  on  board  a 
packet,  hired  transport,  or  freight  ship  are  to  take  care  to 
provide  themselves  with  the  prescribed  form  of  Messing 
Certificate  (Army  Form  O  1669),  and  before  they  go  on  shore 
to  complete  the  form  or  cause  it  to  be  completed  in  every 
particular,  including  the  signature  of  the  Master  of  the  vessel, 
and  of  the  Officer  Commanding  the  troops,  or  of  the  Officer 
himself  where  there  is  no  Commanding  Officer. 

83.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  688 : — 

688.  In  the  event  of  Officers  omitting  to  obtain  the  proper 
Messing  Certificate,  the  Paymaster  or  other  Accountant  will 
immediately  recover  from  the  Officer  the  regulated  stoppage 
for  the  number  of  days  for  which  advanced  pay  is  allowed  for 
the  voyage  by  Royal  Warrant. 

088a,  If  the  voyage  is  known  by  the  Accountant  to  have 
exceeded  or  been  less  than  such  period  of  advance,  the 
stoppages  will  be  made  for  the  period  actually  occupied  by 
the  voyage.     This  settlement  will  be  without  appeal. 

8Q.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  691 : — 

•91.  Non-commissioned  officers,  Class  I.,  and  School- 
masters who  arc  not  Warrant  Officers,  when  ordered  to  pro- 
ceed by  sea  on  public  duty,  with  troops,  will  be  allowed  Staff- 
Serjeants'  accommodation,  when  available;  and,  if  without 
troops,  intermediate  or  second-class  passage,  when  available, 
but  under  no  circumstances  will  Arst-class  accommodation  or 
compensation  be  allowed. 

601/7.  Other  non-commissioned  officers  and  men  will  be 
allotted  such  accommodation  as  mav  be  available  on  board 
troopships  and  transports,  and  steerage  passage  in  hired 
vessels  or  contract  mail  packets. 

87.  The  words  "and   European  Staff  and  Garrison  Clerks** 
will  be  omitted  from  the  second  line  of  paragraph  69i. 

88.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  69 i: — 

e94a.  European  Staff  and  Garrison  Clerks  after  not  leas 
than  five  years'  service  at  tropical,  and  not  less  than  seven 
at  non-tropical  stations  abroad,  will  be  granted  free  passages 
to  this  country,  or  to  new  stations  abroad,  by  the  fir^t  avail* 
able  troopship.  If  no  troopship  be  available  before  the 
completion  of  six  years  ana  eight  years  of  such  service, 
respectively,  passage  by  contract  packet  will  be  allowed. 


17  inay  1889. 


Finance  (Regular  Forcesh^ontinued. 


89.  The  following  will  be   added  to  paragraph  695   ''(^e^  Clause  97 
specially  paragraph  496,  as  to  stoppages  for  rations)."  coiUinufd, 

90.  The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  695 : — 

(b  2.)  Of  Schoolmistresses  and  their  families. 

605a.  Schoolmistresses  embarking  without  troops  in  mail 
packets,  freight  ships,  or  other  private  vessels,  will  be  provided 
with  intermediate  or  second-class  accommodation. 

OOft&.  On  board  troopships  or  transports,  and  on  board 
mail  packets,  freight  ships,  or  other  private  vessels  with  troops, 
they  will  be  accommodated  and  messed  as  second-class  pas- 
sengers, or  if  they  are  the  wives  of  non-commissioned  officers 
or  privates,  and  are  accompanied  by  their  husbands,  they  will 
'  be  provided  with  the  rations  and  the  accommodation  which  is 
set  apart  for  the  families  of  non-commissioned  officers  in 
Class  I. 

605c.  The  children  of  a  Schoolmistress,  when  accom- 
panying her,  will  be  granted  the  same  class  of  accommoda- 
tion as.  herself,  subject  to  the  provisions  of  paragraph  702  as 
to  limits  of  age. 

91.  The  words  "above  two  years  of  age"  will  be  added  after 
the  words  '^  each  child,''  in  paragraphs  706  and  in  paragraph  709. 

92.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  760 : — 

VllOa.  The  existing  special  mess  allowance  of  4,000/.  a-year 
for  the  Mess  of  the  Officers  of  the  Queen's  Guard  at  St.  James's 
Palace,  and  the  similar  allowance  of  800/.  a-year  for  the  Mess 
of  the  Officers  of  the  Castle  Guard  at  Dublin  will  for  the 
present  be  continued  as  heretofore. 

VBOi.  A  special  yearly  allowance  of  850/.  for  the  Royal 
Artillery  Mess  at  Woolwich,  and  of  100/.  for  the  Royal 
Engineer  Mess  at  Chatham  will  be  granted  for  the  [Resent. 

93.  The  words  "  troops  and ''  will  be  inserted  before  the  word 
^' companies,'^  in  the  fourth  line  of  paragraph  789. 

94.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  800 : — 

800.  In  the  Cavalry  of  the  Line  the  final  approval  of 
horses  will  rest  with  the  Commanding  Officer  of  the  Regiment. 

800a.  Horses  sent  to  Woolwich  for  the  Artillery,  to 
Chatham  or  Aldershot  for  the  Engineers,  and  to  Woolwich  or 
Aldershot  for  the  Commissariat  and  Transport  Corps,  will  be 
respectively  approved  by  the  Deputy  or  Deputy-Assistant 
Adjutant-General  of  Artillery  or  Engineers,  or  by  the 
Commissary-General  at  Head-Quarters. 

800ft.  In  Ireland,  and  at  stations  abroad,  horses  will  be 
approved,  as  the  case  may  be,  by  the  Commanding  Officers  of 
Artillery  or  Engineers,  or  the  Senior  Commissariat  Officer. 

C 


Mmy  1889.] 


18 


Frnance  (Regular  Forces)— con^mfi^d. 


Clause  97       95.  The    following   will  be  inserted    after  paragraph    SSla, 
eoHHm$ed,    added  to  the  Allowance  Regulations  by  Clause  2,  Army  Circulars, 
1882:— 

839&.  In  special  cases  the  Secretary  of  State  will,  with 
the  previous  consent  of  the  Treasury,  assign  such  an  allowance 
in  aid  of  a  library  (except  regimental  libraries,  which  are 
provided  for  by  paragraph  837)  ^  niay  appear  to  him  just  and 
reasonable,  having  regard  to  the  numbers  using  the  library, 
and  to  the  rates  laid  down  in  paragraph  837.  This  rate  will 
not,  however,  exceed  10/.  annually  for  each  library. 

881c.  The  following  allowances  have  been  sanctioned  : — 


£ 

«. 

School  of  Gunnery,  Shoeburyiiess 

..     16 

0 

„        Musketry,  Hythe 

..     10 

0 

«,        Music,  Kneller  Hall   . . 

..       5 

u 

Diftoliargc  Dep6t,  Netley  . . 

..      10 

0 

Army  Hospital  CorpSi  Netley     . . 

5 

0 

Tower  of  London  • . 

..      7 

10 

H37d.  An  allowance  of  3^.  a-uay  will  be  granted  to  the 
.Royal  Artillery  Library  at  Woolwich  on  account  of  the  three 
servants  employed  there. 

96.  The  words  "  Warrant  Officer  or "  will  be  inserted  before 
the  words  *'  non-commissioned  officer,^'  in  the  first  line  of  para- 
graphs 839  and  840. 

97.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  the  Table  of  Baud 
Allowances,  contained  in  paragraph  851 : — 


CaTali7         

80  per  annum. 

Koyal  Artillery        .^         .. 

100         .. 

Grenadier  Guards    • . 

420         ,, 

Coldstream  Guards . . 

390 

i<oot«  Guards 

390 

Infaniry  of  the  Line  and  Colonial  Corps. . 

«o        »* 

98.  The  following  Clauses  of  Army  Circulars  are  hereby  can* 
celled: — 

Clauses  147,  204,  Army  Circulars,  1878. 
Clause  120,  Army  Circulars,  1879. 
Clause  259,  Army  Circulars,  1880. 


Clause  98 


Allowaace  Regulations,  1881— Commuted  Allowance  in  Ken 

of  Fuel  and  Light  at  Home  Stations. 

(MSUED  AS  A  SPECIAL  ASXT  CIBCTLIB,  OV  IBM  2l8T  ATMMh  ISSS.) 

1.  In  pursuance  of  the  intimation  contained  in  paragraph  193 
of  the  Allowance  Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations  Vol.  I., 
Part.  III.),  it  is  notified  that  commuted  allowance  at  the  following 
daily  rates  will  be  issued  in  lieu  of  fuel  and  light  from  1st  April 
1882  to  Slst  March  1883:— 


19 


1982. 


Finance  (Begular  FoiceB)— continued. 


(«•)  Officers, 

Staif  and  Departmental. 


Clause  98 


lieutenuir. 


Pistricto. 


Seffimental. 


Diffcrid*. 


Aldttihot 


Chatham 


Home 

Iforth  Britain 
xfoithcm    •• 
South-Eactem 
Sonthem     •  • 
Wectem 
Woolwkh 


•  • 


Ireland. 


BaHMt 

Cork 

Dublin 


Lieutenant- 
Colonel  in 
command. 


9i 

.a 


5 


u 

a 


OQ 


8,  d. 
1    6 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


10 
7 
6 
6 
6 
8 
8 
6 
70 
7,0 
60 


9.  d, 
0    8 


8. 

0 


0  10  0 
0    9  lo 

9  ,0 

9 

9 

7 

7 


0 
0 
0 
0 


9  0 
9,0 

9  |0 
9 


1 
1 
1 


t 
60    9 
80    9 


0 
0 


d. 
6 


8 
7 
7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
7 
7 
7 
7 


7 
7 


0 


OO  10  :0    8 


Lieutenant- 
Colonel  and 
Major. 


• 

m 

1 

% 

d  a 

a 
a 

a 


f.  (2. 

0  11 
3 
3 
1 
0 
0 
0 
10 
10 
0 

1 
I   1 


8.  d. 
0  8 
0  10 
0  10 


8, 

0 
0 


0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


9  to 
8 
8 
9 


10  0 


7 
7 
9 
9 
9 
8 


0 
O 


0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


0  0 

1  |0 


8   0 

9  !o 


d. 
6 
8 
8 
7 
7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
7 
7 
7 
7 


7 
7 


f. 


J 


>    6  0 


0 


I     2  ,0  10  0    8 


0 

0 


0 
0 


Captain 

and 

Lieutenant. 


C 


7 
7 
6 


6 


..a 


a 
a 

CO 


(2.    «. 
6  0 


0 
0 


0 
0 


6 
6 

6  10 
5  10 
6 
6 
6 


0 
0 
0 
0 


d. 
4 
5 
6 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
8 
4 
4 
4 
4 


*.  d, 
0    3 


0 
0 


4 
4 
3 
0  8 
0    8 


0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


8 
3 
8 
3 
3 
3 
3 


k)    4   0    3 


7    0    4   0    3 


)    7  lO     5   0    4 


C2 


nmy  1889.] 


20 


Finance  (Begular  Torcesi^cantinued. 


Clause  98 

oontinred. 


9 

(6.)   Warrant  Officers^  Non-commissioned  Officers^  and  Men 

Staff,  Departmental,  and  Beffimental. 


Winter. 

Inter- 
mediate. 

Summer* 

$. 

d. 

f. 

d. 

«. 

d. 

Wamnt  Officer,  SohookuMter,  or  SchoolmutreM— 

married   ..         ..         .•         

0 

9 

0 

6 

0 

6 

unmarriod           . .         . .         . .         • .         • . 

0 

6 

0 

4 

0 

4 

Class     I.,  married  or  unmarried 

0 

6 

0 

4 

0 

4 

„      II.  and  ma.,  married  or  unmarried 

„    Illd.,  IV.,  and  V.,  if  W)me  on  the  married  roll 

0 

4 

0 

21 

0 

2 

0 

4 

0 

21 

0 

2 

„           ^,        „          not  married           •  •         • . 

0 

01 

0 

Ok 

0 

Oi 

„            „        „      with  a  minimum  of — 

where   from    2    to    12  non-oommissioned 

1 

officers  and  men  are  accommodated  in 

<■  0 

% 

0 

4 

0 

4 

the  same  room       

where  1  non-commissioned  officer  or  man  is 

•  0 

4 

0 

n 

0 

o 

compelled  to  occupj  a  whole  room 

These  rates  include  the  cost  of  paillasse  straw  («««  paragraph  136,  AUowanoe 

Reg;ulations). 


2.  The  rates  laid  down  for  Classes  III6.«  IV.,  and  V.,  will  not 
be  admissible  in  addition  to  the  rates  of  lodging-money  provided 
in  paragraph  266  of  the  above-mentioned  Regulations  for  non* 
commissioned  officers  and  men  not  married,  or  stationed  singlj. 


Regimental  Establishments  of  the  Regular  and  Auxiliary 

Forces,  1882-3. 

[tBU  CLAU8I  AUBO  AFFXIU  TO  THS  AUXILIAAT  rOSCM.] 

Clause  99.  ^*  '^'^^  Details  of  the  Establishments  for  the  Begolar  and 
Auxiliary  Forces  issued  with  this  Army  Circular  have  been 
approved  by  Her  Majesty. 

2.  These  Establishments  will  take  effect  from  Ist  April  1882» 
except  that,  for  the  r^nlation  of  allowances,  the  present  EstaUish- 
ments  of  regiments  on  foreign  service  about  to  return  home  will 
remain  in  force  until  the  date  of  their  arrival. 

S.  From  the  date  on  which  battalions  of  Infantry  of  the  Line 
serving  abroad  may  be  placed  under  orders  to  return  home, 
vacancies  that  may  occur  in  them  in  the  ranks  of  Lienteoant  and 
Serjeant  will  not  be  filled  up  pending  the  reduction  of  Eatabliab- 
ment  that  will  be  effected  on  the  arrival  of  the  battalion  at  home. 


21  [iflay  1882. 


Finance  (Eegular  Forces)— con/i«t<ed 


Gratuities  for  Long  Service  and  Good  Conduct, 

1.  The  Secretary  of  State  for  War  has  approved  of  the  issue  Clause  100 
of  gratuities  in  accordance  with  the  provisions  contained  in  Clauses 

65  and  95,  Army  Circulars,  1879,  to  the  Non-Commissioned 
Officers  and  men  awarded  Medals  for  Long  Service  and  Good 
Conduct  by  General  Order  No.  124  of  1882. 

2.  The  investment  or  payment  of  these  gratuities  will  be 
governed  by  the  position  of  the  men  on  the  1st  May  1882,  from 
which  date  interest  will  be  allowed  on  the  sums  invested. 


XX.— AincxxiSAaT  AND[&S8asva  foaobs. 

MILITU. 

Pay  of  Non-commissioned  Officers  on  the  Permanent  Staff 

reduced  to  the  ranks. 

The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  681a,  added  to  Clause  101 
the  Militia  R^ations,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.),  by 
Clause  110,  Army  Circulars,  1881 : — 

B31b.  A  non-commissioned  officer  of  the  Permanent 
Staff  of  the  Militia  (not  being  a  soldier  of  the  Regular 
Forces  serving  on  his  Army  Engagement)  will,  on  reduction, 
receive  pay  at  Militia  rates,  according  to  the  Militia  rank  to 
which  he  has  been  reduced,  until  his  discharge  can  be  carried 
out. 

ABMY  BESERVE. 

Pensions  and  Gratuities— Class  n.  of  the  Army  Beserve. 

1.  The  Secretary  of  State  for  War  has  approved  of  the  follow-  Clause  102 
ing  regulations  for  the  issue  of  Pensions    and   Gratuities  for 
meritorious  and  long  service  to  men  discharged  on  account  of  age 
from   Class  II.  of  the  Army  Reserve,  before  completing  the 
equivalent  of  21  years*  service  towards  pension  : — 

£    1.    d. 

(a.)  After  a  combined  seirice  in  the  Army  and  Army  Resorre 
of  not  less  than  25  years,  but  with  less  than  the  equiTalent 
of  18  years  towards  pension,  a  gratuity  of         • .         ..800 

After  a  combined  service  in  the  Army  and  Army  Rescrre 
of  not  less  than  29  Tears,  but  with  less  than  the  equiyalcnt 
of  18  years  towards  pension,  a  gratuity  of         . .         ,  •   10    0    0 


nny  1899.]  22 


Finance  (Auxiliary  and  Reserve  Forcesh-<ontinued. 


ClfluaelOS  *' 

^tUinued  ^^"^  Aftcnr  a  combined  sorrice  towards  penaion  in  tlio  Armj 

and  Arpij  Rcsorvo  of  not  less  than  18  jears  (two  jcan  in 
tlie  Army  Kcsorrc  counting  as  one  rear  for  pension),  a 
pension  of    . .         . .         . .         . .         .  •         • .         .  •   4d.  a-dar. 

Ditto,  ditto,  10  Tonrf*,  n  ponnion  of  ..  ••  ••  ••   4|<f.    „ 

Ditto,  ditto,  20         ,,  „  ..         ..         ••         ••   5(/.      f, 

2.  The  above  rates  of  pension  will  be  increased  by  the  dailj 
rates  of  good-conduct  pay  of  which  the  men  were  in  receipt  at  the 
time  of  their  transfer  to  the  Army  Reserve^  or  to  which  they 
would  have  been  entitled  had  they  not  been  promoted  to  a  rank 
above  that  of  corporal ;  prcTided,  howeyer,  that  the  total  amount 
of  pension  shall  not  exceed  lOd,  a-day  a  for  private.  Is.  for  a  corporal, 
and  Is.  Sd.  for  a  Serjeant. 


REGULATIONS  FOR  THE  COMMISSARIAT  AND 

TRANSPORT  STAFF. 


Barracks  and  Quarters. 

Clause  103  1  <  The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  878  of  the 
Regulations  for  the  Commissariat  and  Transport  Staff,  1881 
(Army  Regulations,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  I.) : — 

8T8a.  No  person  will  be  allowed  to  smoke  in,  or  to  brinfr 
tobacco  pipes,  or  lucifer  matches,  except  safety  matches* 
into  Army  storehouses  and  magazines. 

SYAfr.  A  notice  of  the  prohibition  contained  in  paragraph 
878a  will  be  conspicuously  hung  up  in  all  such  buildings. 

2.  The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  397 : — 

SSTa.  When  buildings  or  quarters  become  yacant,  the 
attention  of  the  Commanding  Officer  will  be  called  to  the 
fact,  in  order  to  enable  him  to  comply  with  the  directioiis 
contained  in  Section  XV.,  paragrapn  27  of  the  Queen's 
Regulations  and  Orders  for  the  Army,  1881. 

3.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  456 : — 

4Slla.  When  vacant  quarters,  rooms,  stables,  and  other 
buildings  in  occupied,  or  partly  occupied,  barracks  are  handed 
over  to  the  Commissariat,  all  Aimiture  and  utensils,  with  the 
exception  of  bedsteads,  coal  boxes,  forms,  fenders,  and  stable 
iMirrows,  will  be  at  once  removed  and  taken  into  Store,  unless 
such  quarters  or  buildings  are  likely,  in  a  very  short  time,  to 
l)c  again  required  for  occupation. 


23  [Mmy  ld8«. 

Begulations  for  the  Commissariat  and  Transport  StaS—cont^- 

4.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  851 :—         Clause  103 

851.  All  vacant  Officers'  quarters,  barrack  rooms,  stables, 
and  other  buildings,  with  the  furniture  and  utensils  belong- 
ing  thereto,  are  especially  under  the  Barrack-serjeants'  charge. 
He  will  visit  them  not  less  than  once  a  week,  and  open  and 
close  the  windows,  and  will  keep  the  keys  of  such  rooms  hung 
up  in  the  Barrack  Office. 

851a.  He  will  notify  to  the  Commissariat  Officer  in  charge 
of  barracks  any  losses  or  damages,  with  a  full  report  of  the 
circumstances  under  w.hich  they  occurred. 

851i.  At  the  out-stations  of  a  Sub-district  he  will  report 
losses  or  damages  both  to  the  Commissariat  Officer  and  to 
the  Officer  Commanding  the  troops  in  the  barracks. 

5.  Clause  105,  Army  Circulars,  1874,  is  hereby  cancelled. 


Expense  Stores. 

1.  Paragraph  472  of  the  B.egulations  for  the  Commissariat  Clause  104 
and  Transport  Staff,  1881,  will  be  amended  as  follows : — 

4f9.  Articles  sent  after  the  monthly  inspections  (provided 
for  in  the  Queen's  Regulations)  to  the  barrack  stores  for 
exchange,  will  bo  accompanied  by  a  requisition  on  Army 
Form  F  765.  It  will  be  the  duty  of  the  Commissariat  Officer 
in  charge  of  barracks  to  call  the  attention  of  the  troops  to 
any  article  which  he  considers  does  not  require  to  be  exchanged, 
or  which,  where  no  assessment  has  been  made  by  the  Regi- 
mental Inspecting  Officer,  should  be  charged  as  a  damage ;  in 
the  former  case  the  articles  will  be  returned  to  the  troops  for 
further  use. 

2,  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  671  of  the 
above-mentioned  Regulations: — 

GYl(a).  Commissariat  Officers  in  charge  of  barracks,  when 
rendering  to  Paymasters,  or  other  chief  Accountants,  bills 
due  to  tradesmen  for  repairs  effected  to  barrack  furniture  or 
bedding,  will  invariably  attach  the  Fair  Wear  Report  (Army 
Form  G  961),  or  give  references  to  the  Inspection  Reports 
(Army  Form  P 1956),  on  which  the  amounts  have  been  charged 
to  the  troops. 

Oil  (6).  Should  the  repairs  referred  to  have  been  carried 
out  by  more  than  one  tradesman,  the  Fair  Wear  Report,  duly 
signed  by  the  Officer  Commanding,  the  Inspecting  Officer,  or 
the  Head  of  the  Department,  will  accompany  the  first  bill 
sent  to  the  Paymaster. 


nay  ism9.]  24 

Begnlations  for  the  Commissariat  and  Transport  Staff-^^^'*'* 

ClaiuelM  mn{c).  On  all  the  other  bills  a  reference  will  be  given 

•onunned.  ^^  ^^^^  ^  ^j^^j^  ^j^^  p^j^  ^^^  Report  19  attached,  or,  if  the 

repairs  are  chargeable  to  the  troop^  to  the  Inspection  Report. 

6Y1((/).  In  the  case  of  marching-out  inspections  of  regi- 
ments proceeding  abroad  or  returning  home^  a  reference  will 
be  inserted^  on  the  first  Bill  for  Repairs,  to  the  name  of  the 
regiment,  the  total  amount  of  the  Inspection  Report,  and  the 
date  on  which  the  report  was  forwarded  to  the  War  Office  for 
the  recovery  of  the  amount. 

3.  Tlie  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  787  :— 

989(a).  The  entries  in  this  book  will  be  carefully  checked 
by  the  Accountant,  with  the  requisitions  of  the  Officers  Com- 
manding and  the  List  of  Articles  noted  at  Inspections  (see 
paragraphs  461,  472,  and  481). 

9S9(6).  Before  signing  any  certificate  or  bill  of  payment 
he  will  satisfy  himself  by  personal  inspection,  or  by  the 
written  report  of  an  Officer  deputed  to  act  for  him,  that  the 
work  has  been  actually  and  properly  performed,  that  the 
number  of  articles  returned  agrees  with  the  requisitions  or 
lists  above  referred  to,  and  that  the  date  of  return  has  been 
inserted  opposite  each  item. 

4.  In  the  first  line  of  paragraph  810,  the  words  ''  trausferriog 
officers ''  will  be  substituted  for  '*  transferring  officer." 


Bevised  Schedules  of  Barrack  Furniture. 

Clause  105  ''**®  following  will  be  substituted  for  line  46  of  the  Schedule 
^f^ added  by  Clause  192,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  to  the  Schedules 
of  Barrack  Furniture,  Bedding,  and  Utensils,  promulgated  by 
Clause  174,  Army  Circulars,  1880  :— 


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25  [nay  1q(82. 


Regulations  for  the  Ordnance  Store  Department. 


REGULATIONS  FOR  THE  ORDNANCE  STORE 

DEPARTMENT. 


Testing  and  Disposal  of  War  Rockets. 

The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  2  of  Clause  42,  Clause  106 
Army  Circulars,  1880. 

2a«  The  age  of  rockets  will  be  reckoned  from  the  date  on 
which  they  were  last  issued  from  the   Boyal  Laboratory, 
•  Woolwich. 


Packing,  Storing,  and  Periodical  Inspection  of  Wet  Guncotton. 

1.  The  Instmctions  for  the  packing,  storing,  and  periodical  (jig^g^  l^gi^ 
inspection  of  wet  guncotton  issued  with  Clause  250,  Army  Cir- 
culars, 1881,  as  an  Appendix  to  the  Regulations  for  the  Ordnance 
Store  Department,  1879  (Army  S^ulations,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  II.), 
will  be  amended  as  follows : — 

In  the  third  line  of  paragraph  8,  for  «  8871  and  8570,'' 
read  '«3371,  8570,  and  4006.'* 

In  the  sixth  line  of  paragraph  9  the  words  "  with  the 
solution  of  carbolic  acid,**  will  be  inserted  after  the  word 
•'  re-wetted,*'  in  place  of  the  word  "  as/* 

In  the  seventh  line  of  paragraph  10,  for  ''dissolve  8  ounces,*' 
read  "  dissolve  1  ounce," 

The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  10 : — 

lOa.  When  dealing  with  large  quantities  the  soda  may  be 
dissolved  in  water  in  any  suitable  vessel,  and  in  any  convenient 
multiple  of  the  proportions  prescribed. 

106.  When  dissolved,  the  proper  proportion  of  liquid 
carbolic  acid  will  be  added,  and  the  whole  thoroughly  shaken 
by  being  rolled  to  and  fro  in  a  barrel,  or  any  cask,  tin  case,  or 
stone  jar,  &c.,  that  may  be  found  convenient  for  the  purpose. 
After  rolling  and  shaking  for  about  80  minutes  it  will  l)e 
ready  for  tise. 

lOc.  The  solution  should  be  well  stirred  at  all  times 
before  use. 

tod.  The  portion  that  has  been  drained  off  from  the  first 
boxes,  the  contents  of  which  have  been  wetted,  may  be  used 
for  the  treatment  of  other  boxes  until  it  has  been  expended. 


Iffay  IsmiiO  26 


Begulations  for  the  Ordnance  Store  Department— conftnuecf. 


Clause  107  In  the  twelfth  and  thirteenth  lines  of  paragraph  11,  the 

ponu^d.  ^^yjg  u  ^^j  ^jjg  pjg^j^  ^f  fgi^  ^^gy  ^jjg^jj  u  ^jjj  jj^  omitted. 

Paragraph  19  will  be  cancelled,  and  the  reference  thereto 
in  the  fifth  line  of  paragraph  18  omitted. 

2.  The  periodical  inspection  and  examination  of  wet  or  dry 
guncotton  in  store  for  naval  service,  hitherto  carried  ont  by  naval 
officers,  will  be  discontinued  both  at  home  and  abroad ;  and  para- 

Saph  725a,  added  to  the  Regulations  for  the  Ordnance  Store 
epartment  (Army  Begulations^  Vol.  IV.,  Part  II.),  by  Clause  264, 
Army  Circulars,  1881,  will  be  amended  by  the  omission  of  the 
words  "  and  Royal  Navy  '^  in  the  fourth  line  of  that  paragraph. 


CLOTHINa  AND  NECESSARIES. 


(this  CLAFSK  also  applies  to  Tm  XZLITIA.) 

Prices  of  Clothing  and  Necessaries. 

Clause  108  I.  The  list  of  prices  printed  in  the  Appendix  (^pages  82  to  3G) 
will  be  in  addition  to  those  promulgated  by  Clauses  47  and  48, 
Army  Circulars,  1882,  and  will  continue  in  force  from  the  dates  of 
their  promulgation  or  receipt  on  the  same  conditions  as  the  prices 
laid  down  in  those  clauses* 

2.  The  rate  for  sponges  will  be  9^(7.  each,  instead  of  5|</.  each 
as  promulgated  in  the  above- quoted  clauses. 

3.  Clauses  60  and  61,  Army  Circulars  1881,  are  hereby  can- 
celled  in  so  far  as  regards  headdresses. 


VOLtTNTKBRS. 

Prices  of  Clothing  and  Necessaries. 

Clause  109  1«  ^  statement  of  the  prices  at  which  Volunteer  Corps  can 
obtain  from  the  Royal  Army  Clothing  Depdt  cloths,  garments, 
and  head-dresses  from  the  1st  May  1&2,  is,  in  accordance  with 
paragraph  700  of  the  Regulations  for  the  Volunteer  Foroe,  1881 
(Army  Regulations,  Vol.  IX.),  printed  in  the  Appendix,  pages 
37  to  48. 


27  [May  19S9. 

Clothing  and  Necessaries  (Auxiliary  Forces)— <?on^«ni^. 

2.  The  attention  of  Officers  Commanding  Volunteer  Corps  is  Clause  109 
called  to  paragraphs  706  and  707  of  those  Regulations^  fixing  the    continued. 
time  for  sending  in  estimates  and  requisitions^  as  well  as  to 
paragraphs  704,  705^  and  711  to  714.    The  instructions  contained 

therein  will  be  strictly  adhered  to. 

3.  Clause  116,  Army  Circulars,  1881^  and  the  prices  promul- 
gated therewith,  are  hereby  cancelled. 


GENERAL  BEOULATIONS. 


RBovziAm  romoBS. 


Legal  Proceedings. 

The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  15a,  added  by  Clause  110 
Clause  49,  Army  Circulars,  1882,  to  the  Regulations  relating  to 
Legal   Proceedings,   contained   in  Clause   82,  Army   Circulars, 
1881:— 

1S&.  Before  consulting  the  Law  Officers  of  the  Colony, 
the  OflBcer  Commanding  should  apply  to  the  Ooyemor,  who 
will,  if  possible,  obtain  the  legal  advice  required  without 
expense  to  the  Imperial  Oovemment. 


Stationery,  &c.— School  Materials. 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  24  of  Clause  Clause  111 
157,  Army  Circulars,  1876,  as  amended   by  Clause  29,  Army 
Circulars,  1878  :— 

94*  When  a  battery  is  relieved  at  an  outstation  by 
another  battery,  the  school  materials  will  be  left  at  the  station 
and  handed  over,  on  inventory,  to  the  relieving  battery.  The 
existence  of  school  materials  wilL  however,  furnish  no  autho- 
rity for  the  opening  of  a  school  by  the  relieving  battery  . 
without  the  sanction  of  the  Director-GFeneral  of  Military 
Education,  which  must  in  all  cases  be  previously  obtained. 


Military  Books. 

1.  With  reference  to  Clause  178,  Army  Circulars,  1879;  to  Clause  112 
Clause  132,  Army  Circulars  1880;    and  to  Clause  285,  Army 
Circulars,  1881,  the  undermentioned  books  have  been  published. 


May  1889.^  28 

General  Begulations  (Regular  Forcesh-continued. 

Clause  112  <^cl  will  be  added  to  the  list  of  works  promulgated  by  the  Appendix 
eonttHUfd.    to  the  last-named  Clause^  which  will  be  amended  accordingly  : — 

Examination  Papers,  A.dmis8ion  to  "Royal  Militarj  College,  Norember 
and  Peoember  1881 0    0 

Army  Act,  1881,  and  certain  other  Statutes  relating  to  the  Army, 
together  with  Rules  of  Procedure,  1881  (2nd  Edition,  with  index)     1  11 

2.  The  following  work  will  be  removed  from  the  list  of  pub- 
lications in  the  Appendix  to  Clause  285^  Army  Circulars,  1881 :  — 

Field  Bange-Finder,  Handbook  for.     (Out  of  print.) 

3.  In  Clause  50,  Army  Circulars,  1882,  the  words  "Final 
Examination  at  Staff  College,  December,  1881,''  will  be  subati- 
tuted  for  the  worrls  "  Admission  to  Staff  College,  November  and 
December,  1881." 


ABMT  FORMS  AND  BOOKS. 

Clause  113       1 .  The  following  new  Army  Forms  have  been  approved  :— 

Army  Form  B  61,  ''  Notice  to  be  given  to  his  Commanding 
OflScer  by  a  Soldier  who  desires  to  continue  in  the 
Service  beyond  21  years  under  Section  85,  Army  Act, 
1881.^ 

Army  Form  B  64,  ''Character  of  Recruits  applicable  to 
Regimental  and  Auxiliary  Artillery  Districts."  A 
distribution  will  be  made  when  ready  for  issue. 

Army  Form  925,  ''Annual  Return  of  R.B.L.  Ordnance*' 
(with  inside  sheet). 

Army  Form  K  1321,  "  Submarine  Mining,"  Form  A. 

B. 


K1322 

K1323 

K1324 

K1325 

K  132G 

K  1327 

JC  1328 

K  1329 

K1830 

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29  [may  1999. 


Army  Forms  and  Books— continued. 


Army  Form  L  1382,  **  Requisition  for  Army  Forms  and  Clause  113 
Books,  Yeomanry  Cavalry  (Annual)."    A  distribution    continued. 
lyill  be  made  when  ready  for  issue. 

Armv  Form  N  1532,  "Militia  Recruit  Drill  Pay  List 
(Company)/'  A  distribution  will  be  made  to  Regi« 
mental  Districts  when  ready  for  issue. 

2.  The  following  Army  Forms  and  Books  have  been  can- 
celled : — 

Army  Form  B  59,  ''Army  Hospital  Corps,  Receipt  and 
Delivery  Voucher  for  Documents.^'  Army  Form  B  279 
will  be  used  in  its  stead. 

Army  Form  B  60|  ''Army  Hospital  Corps,  Report  of 
Offence.'^    Army  Form  B  252  will  be  used  in  its  stead. 

• 

Army  Form  B  94,  '^Artillery  Recruits  Passed,  Return 
(Weekly)."  Army  Form  B  211  will  be  used  in  its  stead. 

Army  Form  B  210,  "  Recruits  Approved,  Nominal  Return 
of  (Monthly)/' 

Army  Form  C  338,  ''  Medical  Officers,  Arrivals  and 
Departures  (Annual)."  This  Form  will,  when  required, 
be  prepared  in  manuscript. 

Army  Form  C  366,  "Military  Prisons,  Return  of  the 
Weights  of  Prisoners." 

Army  Form  D  430,  "  Reserve,  1st  Class,  Return  of 
(Quarteriy)," 

Army  Form  F  742,  ^'  Rations,  Bread,  and  Meat,  Regiments, 
Monthly,  Account  of  Issues  (Home)."  Army  Form 
F  746  will  be  used  in  its  stead. 

Army  Form  N  1504,  "  Pension  Pay  List." 

Army  Form  N  1508,  "Pension  Pay  List,  Reserve,  2nd 
Qass,  Form  No.  7  B." 

Army  Form  N  1525,  "  Volunteer  Pav  List  (Half  Yearly)." 
Army  Form  N  1494  will  be  used  in  its  stead. 

Army  Book  65,  "  Letter  Book,  Medical."  Army  Book  127 
or  129  will  be  used  in  its  stead. 

Army  Book  207,  "  Record  of  Rifled  Guns." 

3.  Army  Form  6  920,  "  Boat  Magazines,  New  Pattern,  Detail 
of  Packing  for  R.M.L.  (}uns,"  will  in  future  be  issued  as  an  un- 
numbered Form. 


mmy  1889.]  30 


Anny  Fonns  and  Book8-<o«<«»«*rf 


Clause  113       ^*  ^^®  ^^^^  ^^  Army  Form  G  872  has  been  changed  to  ^  Annual 
fmHnmed.    Retum  of  B.M.L.  Ormiance/' 

5.  Army  Form  O  1678  has  been  amended,  and  will  in  future 
be  designated  ^'Militia  Recruit  Drill  Pay  List,  and  Account  of 
Expenses  on  Enlistment/'  It  will  be  used  for  the  compilation  of 
the  Recruit  Drill  accounts  for  the  half-year  ending  the  80th 
September  1882,  in  place  of  Army  Forms  N  1496  and  N  1496  by 
Paymasters  of  Regimental  Districts  in  which  a  Militia  battalion  is 
stationed  at  the  Head-Quarters  of  the  District.  The  amended 
form  will  be  issued  on  requisition,  and  will  supersede  Army  Form 
0  1678  aa  heretofore  in  use,  which  will,  however,  until  the  present 
stock  is  exhausted,  continue  to  be  issued  to  brigades  of  Militia 
Artillery  not  stationed  at  an  Artillery  Dep6t,  to  Regiments  of 
Engineer  Militia,  and  to  battalions  of  Infantry  Militia  not  stationed 
at  the  Head-Quarters  of  a  Regimental  District. 

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APPENDIX  TO  CLAUSES  108  AND  109. 


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34 


Appendix  to  Clause  10Q--cmtimed. 


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• 

If 

or  ini 
pint 

• 

M 

a 

pa 

•gp 

85 


[May  IHSi 


Appendix  to  Clause  lOB—cof^tinued. 


CAPS— FORAGE. 
Without  covers,  chin  straps,  or  metal  badges. 


Service. 


Warrant 
Officer  aud 

Staff- 
Serjeant. 


99 


II 


ordinary 


£n(pneers 

Artillery 

Dragoons  (except  2nd)  and  Dragoon 

GKiarda 

2nd  Dragoons  • . 

Husaan  (except  11th,  13th,  15th, 

18th,  19th,  and  2l8t)      . . 

11th  Hussars  

ISth 
15th 

18th,  19th,  and  2l8t  Hussars 
5th,  9th,  and  12th  Lancers 
16th  and  17th  Lancers 
(Grenadier  Guards  .. 
Coldstream    „ 
Scots  „ 

Battalion  and  Fusilier]         ^ 

Corps,    with     em  -   >  '^^^i 

broidered  peak 
Light    Infimtiy   Corp8,7  royal    .. 

with  embroidered  pc^  \  ordinary 
Diced  border, with  embroidered  peak 

Rifle  Corps 

Commissariat  and  Transport  Corps 
Ordnance  Store  Corps       •  • 
Army  Hospital  Corps 

fblue 

Olengarry    <  green 

toiiced  border 
Corps  of  Military  Labourers 
Chief  Warder,  Military  Prisons  . . 
Warder 
Schoolmaster 
Victoria  librarian 
Militarr  store  clerk 
BarracK  serjeant 
ProTost        „  .,         ,. 

Qanrison  librarian  • . 
Barmck  labourer    • . 

HOUBBHOLD  CaVALBT. 

Bandmaster  •  • 

g^^fUtdass 

1 2nd,  „  . .         « •         . . 

Corporal  of   horse,  Corporal  and 

Farrier 

.Bandsman 

Trooper  •  • 

All  Sbbvicxs. 
Corer,  oilskin, witn  peak,  new  pattern 

CoTer,  oilskin  

Simp  chin 


II 


•  • 


•  • 


9    5 
10    2 

12  5 

12  7 

12  6 

12  5 

12  6 

10  2 

10  2 

23  1 

24  2 
18  11 

12  1 

13  3 

12  1 

12  9 

14  8 

5  8 
9  4 
9  10 
9  9 
2  8 
2  4 
2  H 

10  1 

10  6 

•  * 

6  5 
6  io 


21  0 
14  10 
14    1 


0    9 
0    31 
0    li 


Ranks. 


Serjeant. 


*.   d. 

s.   d. 

*.   d. 

9    7 

9    7 

11    7 

9    6 

9    6 

•  • 

8  7 

10  2 

11  10 
11  10 
11  10 
II  10 
11  10 

9  3 
9  3 
8  3 

10  0 
6  0 


8  3 

8  9 

•  • 

2  0 

2  2 

2  6 

4  3 

•  • 

4  9 
13  4 

•  • 

5  5 
4  6 
4  0 


13  1 


0  3!^ 
0  U 


Bands' 
man. 


1  8 

2  1 

1  10 

1  lOi 

2  1 

1  10 

2  1 
1  8 
1  11 

17  2 

18  5 
15  3 


8  5 


Rank  and 
File. 


0  H 
0    14 


».   d. 
1  54 

1  ^ 

1  5 

1 11 

1  9 
1  lOi 
1  10 
1  10 
1  94 
1  8 

1  8 

2  10 

2  10 

3  1 


1  64 
1  10 

•  • 

1  54 

1  8 

2  0 


3  8 


3  8 


0  3i 

0  14 


Hay  18A9.1 


36 


Appendix  to  Clause  IQB—continued. 


MEl'AL  BADGES,  INITIALS,  NUMERAI^. 

Baffolar  Forces  and  Xilltla. 


Articles. 


Badge,  fonge  cap  . . 


'Light    Infentrj    and  f  staff 
Bat 


kttalion  Corps, 
without  crown. 


[  other  ranks. .         .  • 

^^"■^^^  ••         ••{ other  ranks' '         V. 

n J  f  staff,  with  pins 

^^'■•"^^^  •  •  \  other  ranks,  with  pins 

Rifle  Corps,  hronze,  with  pins  . .         • . 

Highl»d  Corp.       ..{S?!^::LWthpin. 
Foot  Guards,  hrass,  with  pin. .         . . 
Armj  Hospital  Corps,  brass,  with  pin 
^Military  Laboiueis,  T.H.,  brass,  with  pin  •• 


Plate  for  forage  cap  badges,  with  pin  . . 

^Rojal  Irish  Fuailieri 


Badges,   collar,  with 

pins,  complete, 

per  pair. 


Infantry,  except  Irish 
Fusiliers. 


< 


Oren^*..  Artillwy..  Hadiiimeui 


Commissariat    and 
^  Ordnance  Corps. 


gilt  •  •         •  • 

brass 

gilt  or  plated 

gilt  and  plated 

white  metal 

gilding  metal   and  white 

metal 
^gilding  metal 
gilt 


gilt  •• 
brass 


Initials,  with   plates 

and  pins,  for  two 

shoulder  straps, 

per  set. 


A..  U.  C* 

8.  O. 
R.  £. 
O.  L. 
C.B. 


gUt 


O.  8.  C. 
M.     .. 


•  •      *  *  I 

• .   ^Drass 

..   -{el 
..   ..{EL 


Ifaltese  crosses,  with  plates  and  pins,  per  pair    <  P^ 

Numerals,  Artillery,  Tgilt 
with  plates  and  pins,  J 
for  two  sboulcier     1 
straps,  per  set.       ^biass 


s.    d. 
8  8 


0 
0 
0 


4 


8  8 

0  41 

0  4k 

3  5 


0 
0 
0 
0 


8i 
14 

24 

64 


0  0} 


} 


8 
0 
1 
1 
0 


0 

1 

0 


s 

74 
8 

8 
♦I 

4! 

44 

8 
41 


I 


0  2} 

0  14 


'  0  44 

0  24 

I  0  44 


0  H 

0  44 

0  24 

0  U 

0  Of 

0  8 

O  24 

0  84 


0  14 


87 


pVIay  188d< 


Appendix  to  Clause  109. 


Statement  of  Prices  at  which  the  following  materials,  garments,  <&c., 
will  be  supplied  to  Volunteer  Corps  from  the  Royal  Army  Clothing 
Depot. 


Description. 


fNo.  1 
»  2 


Blu« 


if 


it 


8 


4a 


Ghreon 

rifle 


r 


„  4B)  unwaterproofed 
„  4b,  waterproofed 

,.  6 
5a 


Cloth   •• « 


2 
3 
1 


Grej        ..  \ 


f 


Ghrey 


greatcoat 


i» 


r  unwaterproofed 
t  waterproofed 


Oxford 


(y)       1  ■  *  •  « 

))    9  •  •  •  • 

Serjeants',  Foot  Guards 


No.  I 


^Scarlet    . . 


»» 


If 


8 


Pattern 
Number. 


Price 
per  yard. 


3869 

4 

3570 
•6 

3581 

3572 


1   3571   J 

J     ''     I 


9600 

9606 

3803 
8 

3819 

3809 
8 

6634 

^536^ 
2 

6537 

6538 


2 

M89 

2" 


1   8691  J 

J     •     I 


3687 


4 

3701 
2 

3681 

3610 
8 

8612 
8724 


9,     d, 
10  0 

7  8 

1  7 

6  8 

6  5 

7  1 
9  8 
9  10 

10  3 

8  0 
7  6 

5  9 
4  9 

6  8 
6  10 
6  3 

4  7 

5  8 

6  0 
4  10 

7  8 

9  10 
6  8 
6  6 


May  18II9.J 


38 


Appendix  to  Clause  109— continued. 


Statement  of  Prices — continued. 


Description. 


P&ttem 
Number. 


Price 
per  jard. 


Cloth, 

for 
Faoingt 


Blue 


Qreen 
(dark) 


No.  1 
..  2 


White 


LYeUow 


■•{ 

I  ..  a 

L    »  2 


KerMji  Scarlet  •  • 

^White  lining 


oergo  •  •  * 


Blue 


•  • 


No.  1 
„  2  (thick) 
„  2  (thin) 


Tartan.. 


Scajrlet 


Blaek 


^Blue 


fBIne 


Tweed..  - 


Qroen 


Qnj 


L    »  2 

I  »  a 

••I"' 

L    n  2 

I     M    2 


4 
8570 

I 

UIO 

»68» 

2 
»606 

S 

2 
3692 

41W 

2 
8742 

a 

9176 
6S4< 

9148 

9187 
63« 

a 

2 
9157_ 
~2' 

9197 
917l» 

91I8 
91  n 
1821 


10     0 

7  8 

10  6 

7  7 

9  » 

5  8 
10  3 

7  3 
4  11 
0  11 
3  7 
3  10 

2  9 

3  9 

3  1 

2  11 

4  0 

3  0 

4  2 

6  1 
6  2 
6  1 
6  11 

4   e 


89 


[may  1889. 


Appendix  to  Clause  109— continued. 


Statement  of  Prices — continued. 


Description  of  Garment. 


Material. 


AbTILLBRT  VOLtmT«BB«. 

The  garments  are  cut  out,  unmade,  without  huttons, 
shoulder  straps,  or  sewings,  but  the  prices  are 
indusiTe  of  badges  and  materials  for  cheyron^ 
for  one  arm. 


Tunic 


-! 


serjeant-miy*or* 

quarter-master-serjeantt 

serjeant-trumpeter    . . 

battery  staff- seijeant. . 

seijeant 

trumpeter 


ft 


gimner 


Frock,  r  tweed*. . 
all  ranks  \  cloth*  . . 
Trowsers    f  staff -seijeant 

(with      i  Serjeant 
buttons)     [rank  and  file 


pair  of 


»» 


n 


EironrBBB  Yolvnteebs. 


Tunic 


'serjeant-major* 

quarter-master-seijeantt 

serjeant-bugler§ 

company  Serjeant- major  § 

ferjeant§ 

bugler . . 


>t 


prirate. 


f  doth*  •  • 

9» 


Frock, 

all  ranks  \ 

Trowsers  fstaff-serjeant 

(with  •<  Serjeant 

buttons)  [rank  and  file 


pair  of 


RlTUt  TOLTTKTSBBa. 

^serjeant-major* 


Tunie 


ti 


bandmaster 


>» 


>» 


quarter-master-serjeantt 


»» 
>» 

I* 


It 

9> 


■  • 


Cloth,  blue.  No.  1 

1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
3 
2 
3 
2 
3 

aoth,  blue,  No.  2 

4a 
46 


ft 
f> 

i» 

» 

II 
II 
Blue 

♦I 


II 
II 
II 
it 
II 
II 
II 
II 


ft 

II 
II 
II 
ti 

n 
II 
II 
II 
II 


II 
II 


II 
l> 


II 
II 


Cloth,  scarlet,  No. 


II  II 

II  II 

99  II 

II  II 

II  II 

II  II 

II  II 


II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
)l 
II 
II 
II 


2 
3 
2 
3 
3 


II  II 

Scarlet 

„      kersey      •  • 

Tweed,  blue,  No.  1 

2 

2 


II 
>i 


II 
II 


II 


II 


Cloth,  scarlet,  No.  1 
„  2 
Rifle  green 


>i         II 

Scarlet 


i» 


Rifle  green 

II        II 
Scarlet, 

II 
Rifle  green 


II 


»i 


II 
II 
II 
I* 
II 
It 
II 
ti 
II 
II 
•» 


1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 

2 


Price. 


£    f.   d. 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
0 
0 
0 


*  Without  cherrons  or  badges. 
{  Without  grenade  or  star. 


t  Without  star. 
§  Without  grenade. 


7 
11 
13 

3 


9 

2 

4 

11 


2  10 
14    7 


14 
14 
0  14 
0  10 
0  13 
0  13 
0  12 


7 
3 
8 

8 

0 
6 
0 


0    9  10 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


11 

14 

16 

7 

6 

14 
12 
14 
11 
9 


8 
1 
3 

8 
10 
4 
1 
0 
9 
9 


8  10 
14    4 


10 
9 


5 
6 


1  9 
1  2 
1  8 
1  2 
1  13 
1  7 
1  8 
12  6 
1  11  9 
15  0 
18  9 
1     2  11 


4 
7 
4 
7 
7 
5 
4 


Hay  K^IM.! 


40 


iz  to  ClailS6  109 — continued. 


Statement  of  Prices — continued. 


DeBcripiioii  of  Oarment. 


Roui  YoLUVTHlBa — eomtinned. 

The  fwmenU  are  cat  out,  unmade,  without  buttoni, 
shoulder  straps,  or  sewings,  but  the  prices  are 
inclusire  of  badges  and  materials  for  cheTTons 
for  one  arm. 


Serjeant-instructor  of  musketry    „ 


Tunio 


serjeant-drummer 


..  cloth 


ft 
»» 


ft 


»i 


tf 


band-seijeant 


»» 


ft 
it 
f» 


n 


ff 


seijeant 


•  •  * 


If 
tf 

tf 


bandsman 


»t 


i* 


t» 


drummer 


»t 
bugler 


ft 


prtTate 


»f 


n 


clolh^ 


Frock 


Trowsert 

(with 
buttons) 


*f 

i 

tweed* 
'doth 

»f 

ff 
serge 

tf 
tartan 

ff 
tweed 

n 

ti 
v»      »f 


ff 
tf 
ff 
ff 
ff 
ft 
ft 
ft 
ft 
ff 
tf 
ff 
ft 
f* 
ff 
ft 
ff 
tf 
ft 
ft 
ff 
>t 
ft 


pair  of 


ft 

ff 
ft 
»f 

ff 
ft 

n 
ft 
»t 
ft 


{ 


MateriaL 


Scarlet, 

ft 
Riflegreen 

ft        ft 
Scarlet 

tf 
Bifie  green 

t»        ft 
Scarlet 

tf 
Riflegreen 

tf        ft 
Scariet 

ft 
Rifle  green 

ft        ft 

Scarlet 

tf 
Riflegreen 

ti        »f 
Scarlet 

ff 
Rifle  green 

M  n 

Scarlet 

ft 
Riflegreen 


»t 


ti 
t» 


No.  1 

ft  2 

„  1 

tf  2 

ft  I 

.,  2 

ff  1 

f,  2 

ft  1 

f»  •* 

,.  1 

f,  2 

tf  2 

,f  3 

ff  2 

tf  3 

.f  2 

„  3 

9 

f?  *• 

ff  8 

ff  2 

..  3 

ff  2 

ft  3 

ft  2 

..  3 

f.  2 
S 


tt 


ft 


3 


Scariet 

„       kersej 
Rifle  green.  No.  2 
Ozfoni  „  1 

Oxford,  seijeants*,  j  1  ^ 
FootOuards      ..ij" 


£   #.   d. 


\ 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 

o 

0 
0 
0 


19  4 

13  0 
9  3 
3  6 
9  11 

3  9 
9  11 

4  1 
18  2 

11  9 
8  5 
2  7 

U  11 

12  8 

14  fi 
14  1 

14  G 
11  9 

15  2 
14 
16 
14 


16 
16 
12 
10 
13 


9 

8 

4 
7 

2 
4 
2 
7 


Oxford, 
Blue 

Bbck 

f» 
Blue 

ft 
Qreen 

i% 


No.  3 
1 

2 


>f 
ft 


tf 


»f 


ft 


If 


2 


ft    * 
tf  2 


0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


13  2 
13  a 
9  9 
8  10 
10  3 
13     9 

10  11 

6    9 

12  7 
6  10 
8  8 
6  11 

13  4 
8    9 

15  O 
8     1 


*  Without  cherrons  or  badges. 


41 


tniay  1889 


Appendix  to  Clause  lOd^cmtmued. 


Statement  of  Prices — continued. 


Deflcription  of  Garment. 


Highland  VoLrwTEKM. 

The  garments  are  cut  out,  unmade,  without  buttons, 
shoulder  sti-aps,  or  sewings,  but  the  prices  a^e 
inclufliye  of  ba  Iges  and  materials  for  chevrons 
for  one  arm. 


f  serjeant-major*         . . 
bandmoAter     ..  ..  .. 

quarter- mast  er-serjeantf      . . 

serjeant-drummer 

Serjeant -instructor  of  muaketrj 

band- Serjeant . .         •  • 

Serjeant  . .         •  •         .  • 


Tunio 


•  ■ 


it 


bandsman 


if 


•  • 


■  • 
•  « 


•  • 


dnimmer 


M 


priyate. 


tf 


r  stafF'Serjeant  •  •  . .  . . 

• .  i  Serjeant          . .  •  •  • . 

[private..         ••  ..  .. 

{Serjeant          •  •  . .  •  •         • . 

private. .         . .  . •  « *         . . 

•  •     staff-serjeant,  bandsman,  and  piper. . 

Trews      f  staff -serjeant  ..  ..  pair  of 
(with      <  Serjeant          •• 
battens)     [  private. . 


Kilt 

Plaid 
Scarf 


•  t 


fi 


doftks  and  Greatooata  made-up,  but  with- 
out tattona,  ohevrona,  and  badgea. 


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Belt  for  doak,  all  ranVs 


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Price. 


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BY  llAIUUfiON  AND  SONSi 

PB'NTriig   IM  OKDiitABT  TR   HkB   UUIBTT. 


[Issued  with  the  Army  Circulai',  dated  1st  May  1882,] 

ESTABLISHMENTS    OF   THE    EEGUUR    AND 
AUXILIARY  FORCES  FOR  1882-3. 


I.  Batabliahments  of  tlie  Begnlar  Forces ... 
II.  Establlahmentfl  of  the  Disembodied  KiUtia. 
HI.  Bstsblishments  of  the  Teomanry  Oavalzy   . 
IV.  Bstablishxaents  of  Volunteer  Corps 


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Surgeon 

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Paymaster  Corponl 

Farrier  Quarter-Master-Corporal         

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Corporal  Irnmpeter 

Corporal  Cook     ..         ••' 

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Coi^ral  Farriers 

Total  Serjeants       

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Kettle  Bnmuner 

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Total  Bank  and  Fil 

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33 
33 


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26 
26 

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32 
32 


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2 
2 
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344 


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121 


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249  135 


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8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
5 
8 
4 
6 


1 
1 
1 
1 


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92 


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1 
1 


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1 
1 
1 
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142 


135 


277 


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24 

24 

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8 

5 

8 

4 

6 


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1049 


5308 


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40 
40 
47 
16 
21 
14 
21 
12 
17 


7064 


16 
16 
16 
16 

4 
8 
5 
8 
4 
6 


2452 


2773  1049 


9827 


3501 


40 
40 
40 
40 
20 


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410 
610 
780 
110 


820 
450 
550 
820 
130 


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6350 


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9 

158 


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32 
18 
26 


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4206 

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122,208 


34. 


Banlcs. 

1st 
West  India 
Regiment. 

2nd 

West  India 

Regiment. 

Total 
West  India 
Regiments. 

lit 

F3 

Lieutenml-Oolonels 

Kajois  ..         

Captttina           •         ••         •• 

Adjutant          ..         ••  ^ 

Qoarter-lCaster           •  •  ' 

2 
6 

7 
30 

1 
1 

2 

6 

7 

80 

1 
1 

4 
10 
14 
60 

2 
2 

1 
1 

• 
10 

1 
1 

Total  Officen  « 

4B 

46 

92 

20 

W^^ntOfBcer.   {SSS^iJL'^..        i! 

1 
1 

1 

1 

2 
2 

1 

•  • 

Total  Warrant  Officers 

2 

2 

4 

1 

Qoarter-Master-Serjeant        

Serjeant -Instructor  of  Musketrr      .. 
iSmjeant-Drummer  or  Serjeant-Tmmpeter  •• 
Paymaster-Serjeant 

Armourer-Srajeanta     ••         ••         ••         •• 

Hospital-Serjeant        

Company  or  Battery  Serjeant-Majors 
Serjeants          

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
14 
86 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
14 
36 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
4 
2 
28 
72 

1 

•  • 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
6 

24 

Total  Serjeants 

68 

68 

116 

86 

Drummers  or  Trumpeters 

18 

18 

36 

12 

Corporals          

TtfimhurdiAifi                   ..           ■■           *•           t* 

60 

60 
740 

100 

1,480 

16 
16 

270 

Privates  or  Gunners •         •  • 

740 

Total  Bank  and  IHa   .. 

790 

790 

1,580 

300 

Total  ail  Ranks 

9U 

914 

1,828 

369 

Lasoan 

1. 

Hong 
Com|)anv 

Kong. 

Coylon. 

!• 

Company 

Total 

Ranks. 

B 

Company 

IIaviMnr-^!..j  r            ..          ..          ••          •• 
]!.:vi.clurB          ..          ..          ..          ••          •• 

1 
2 

1 
2 

1 
2 

3 
6 

Total  Non-Comniiftioncd  Ofilccrs     • . 

3 

8 

3 

9 

Bugler  ..          •• 

3 

1 

1 

3 

Kaickf 

Privates 

4 

80 

4 
80 

4 
91 

IS 

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Total  R  ink  and  File   . . 

8i 

^      »* 

98 

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Total  all  Rinks 

88 

88 

102 

278 

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Ordnance 

Uorpa. 

Store  Corps. 

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Serrioe 

Company. 

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1 

1 

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1 

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1 

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CO 

H 

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•  •• 

•  •• 

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•  •• 

2 

•  •« 

2 

•  •• 

... 

•  •• 

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•  •• 

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3 

2 

6 

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1 

8 

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23 

3 

•  •• 

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•  •• 

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1      ... 

7  i    3 

1 

1 

•  •• 

••• 

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••• 

1 

5 

•  •• 

29 

3 

1 

13 

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1 

S 

•  «• 

2 

•  •• 

21 

8 

•  •« 

12 

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•  •• 

••• 

•  •• 

•  •• 

4 

5 

9 

... 

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Qnarter-Haater-Saijeanta     

Company  SeTJfant-M^jort 

•  •• 

••• 

•  •• 

••• 

•  •• 

2 

2 

... 

1 

1 

1 

•  •• 

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1 

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••• 

•  •• 

•  •• 

•  •• 

2 

«•• 

2 

... 

•  •• 

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•  •• 

•  «• 

6 

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•  •• 

2 

•  «• 

2 

... 

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2 

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2 

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2 

8 

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2 

12 

54 

8 

••• 

32 

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1 

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•  •• 

1 

■  •• 

•  «• 

17 

•«• 

•  •• 

... 

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1 

2 

3 

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1 

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••• 

•  •• 

•  •• 

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3 

•'•• 

3 

•  •• 

•  •• 

•  •• 

Setjeant- Fallen       ...        ...       ... 

1 

•  •• 

1 

••« 

17 

•  •• 

*•• 

•  •. 

8eijeant-CoUar-lfakera        

1 

•  •• 

1 

«•• 

17 

•  •• 

•«• 

••• 

Sefjeaat-Wbealen      

1 

•  •• 

1 

•  •« 

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•  •• 

•  •• 

••• 

AnaowcrhSeijeanU          

•••                 ••• 

••• 

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•  •• 

»«• 

••• 

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2 

OMjMIDliB             •»•              ♦•a              •••               •*•               •«• 

5  ;    s 

12 

6 

24 

18 
39 

163 

12 

••• 

48 

O^TjdSwv    •••          •••           •••          •«« 

10 

6 

23 

10 

352 

23 

4 

96 

Tnimpeten  and  Bogten 

1 

•  •• 

1 

1 

1 

•  •  •     f     ■  «  • 

1 

18 

1 

■•• 

4 

Corpoffau      ...       ...       .•*       ...       ..• 

Ditto,  aednf  as— 

5 

2 

10 

5 

1 

•  •• 

23 

150 

10 

■  •• 

40 

WrDl^^lBrB               •••           ••*            »••            ••• 

1 

.*• 

••• 

1 

•  •• 

•  •• 

17 

■  •• 

•  •• 

»•• 

CoUar-Makem 

1 

... 

••• 

1 

•  •• 

•  •• 

17 

••• 

•«■ 

•  •a 

Farrien  and  Carriage-Smltlu 

1 

... 

•  •• 

1 

•  •• 

•  •• 

17 

•  ■• 

•«a 

•  •• 

2 

i 

10 

2 

... 

7 

99 

10 

•  •• 

40 

PlriTicc%  aa  Shoeing  and  Carriage-Smithf 

2 

••• 

•  •• 

2 

1 

34 

•  ■• 

■  •• 

•  »• 

saivHaa       ...       ...       ...       •••       ..• 

63 

24 

76 

63 

65  ,  49 
65  1  79 

1,634 

102 

•  ■• 

108 

Bank  and  fUa    

75 

*-   .... 

29 

95 

75 

1,968 

122 

1 

... 

488 

Am  jmnia  •«.        ...       .»•       ... 

122 

122 

86 

134 

2,369 

149 

8 

601 

— 

6S 

... 

63 

1 1 

22 

1,093 

•  ■• 

•  •• 

^ 

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1 


36 


Army  Hospital  Oorps. 


Home. 

Colonies. 

TbtaL 

Qnarter-MaBten           

• 

38 

14 

62 

Serjeant-Majors  (Warrant  Officers)    .. 

9 

8 

12 

Staff-Sorjeants 

Serjeants 

110 
125 

85 
27 

145 
152 

Serjeants 

235 

62 

297 

Buglers  ..         .-•         ..         •• 

8 

•  • 

8 

Corporals            

2nd  Corporals    .  • 

Prirates 

114 

uo 

1,113 

31 

10 

224 

146 

150 

1,337 

Bank  and  File    •  •         •  • 

1,367 

266 

1,632 

All  Banks 

1,657 

844 

2,001 

Corps  of  Ordnanoe  Artliloers. 

Seijeant-Major  Artificer . .  1 

Staff  Artificers          9 

Serjeant  Artificers,  Ist  Class           •  •         . .         .  •  20 

„                  2nd  Class         20 

Total 50 


Departmental  Corps— Distribntlon. 


ConimiMarlat 

and  Tmni  port 

Corp«. 

Ordnance 
Store  Corps. 

Gorpeof 
Ordnance 
Artiflcen. 

Army  Hospital 
Corpe. 

Total. 

Home. 

Colonies. 

Home. 

Colonial. 

Home. 

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Bank  and  File  ... 

2 

2ft 

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16 

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•  •• 

4 
66 

•  ■  V 

173 

•  •• 

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62 

4 
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1 
64 

•  •• 

133 

••• 

1 
49 

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•  •• 

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38 

9 

235 

8 

1,367 

14 

3 

63 

•  «  • 

366 

47  '         • 

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8,617  ;      671        «.  — 

All  ranks 

2,187 

232 

433 

168 

60 

1,667 

••• 

644 

4.177 

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[Wt.  1 86-600    4  i  82-S808] 


ARMY    CIRCULARS, 

1882. 


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War  OincE, 

Ut  June  18S2. 

The  following  Royal  Warrants,  Regulations  and 
Instractions  are  promulgated  to  the  Army  by  direction 
of  the  Secretary  of  State  for  War. 


OONTEMTS. 


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Olavse  114.  Boyal  Warrant -Appointment  of  Identenants  in  the 

Boffiments  of  Boneahold  Troops  i  ^      —      .      —       8 

„      116.  Boyal  Warrant— Bewarda  to  Beomitara      —      —      -.       a 

.,      116.  Boyal  Warrant-Baokoninr  of  Kilitary  Sarvioe  and 

Pension  of  Schoolmasters        —      —      —      —      ^       5 

..      117.  AllowanoeBeffalations,1881— OiTllianSabordinates^ 

Travelling'  AUowanoes    —      —      —      —      —      —       6 

,,      118.  Financial  Instnxotions,  1879 -Allowance  to  Soldiers 

on  Discharge    —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —       6 

„      110.  Be-arrangement  of  Pension  Districts—      «      —      —       7 

n.-AUXTTiTABY  FOBOBS. 
MIUTIA. 
„      180.  Bonnties-Begiments  of  Irish  XiUtia-      —      —      .       7 
„      181.  Pay  and  AUowances  of  Xen—Itery  Koney—      —      —       0 


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June  1988.]  2 


CoiLtSlxtB''^conimued. 


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,y      126.  Harness,  BaddlerF,  and  Stable  Heoessaries-Xaterials 

for  repair  and  preserration— Xssne  of  Horsehair—     18 


OliOTHZMa   AHO   MBCBS8ABXB8. 

Clause  127.  Olothinff— Value  when  worn  out  —      —      •» 


I.-BBat7I.AB   FOBOSa 
Clause  128.  ViUtary  Books       -._      —      ^-.-.-.—u 

ZI.-AX7ZILIAB7  AHO  BB8EBYB  FOBCB8. 

MILITIA. 
,,      120.  Xusketry  Instruction  ~      —      —      —      ^-.— .14 

ARMY  RESERVE. 

„      180.  Xedical  Inspection  of  1st  Class  Army  Beserfs         <—     10 
„      181.  ABMT  70BXS  AND  BOOKS      —      ~      —      -.      -.     16 


Clause  182.  Appointment   of  Tinanoial    Seoretary  of  the  War 

Oiftoe^      —•—      —      —      *      —      —      —      ^10 


Brratum      ^^      —      —      —      —      —      ^      —      —      ^—     H 

Appendix  to  Clause  127     —      ~      —      -.-..— >~«»S0 
„  „        l20------~~-.20 


8  [^ 


Finance  (Begiihr  Forces). 


FINANCE. 
z.— maovzuLS 


Royal  Warrant— AppQ^itment  of  lieutenants  in  the 
Regiments  of  Household  Troops. 

VICTORIA  R. 

Whereas  We  deem  it  expedient  to  amend  the  Regulations  Clause  114 
goreming  the  appointment  of  Lieatenants  in  Oar  regiments  of 
Household  Troops ; 

Our   Will   and   Pleasure    is  that  the  last  paragraph  of^^R^^ 
Ajtide  1  of  Our  Warrant  of  the  11th  March  1888  shall  only    "^ 
resiain  in  force  so  long  as  the  present  Colonels  of  the  several 
regiments  of  Our  Household  Troops  continue  respectively  to  hold 
those  appointments. 

2.  As  Tacancies  occur  in  the  Colonelcies  of  the  regiments  of 
Oar  Household  Cavalry^  the  nomination  of  a  qualified  candidate 
for  Our  approval  to  an  appointment  as  Lieutenant  shall  be  vested 
in  the  Colonel-in-Chief  of  the  Brigade. 

8.  In  the  case  of  an  appointment  as  Lieutenant  in  Our  Foot 
Ouards,  the  nomination  of  a  qualified  candidate  shall,  as  vacancies 
occur  in  the  Colonelcies  of  those  r^ments,  be  vested  in  Our 
Commander-in-Chief, 

Given  at  Our  Court  at  Windsor,  this  19th  day  of  May  1882^ 
in  the  45th  year  of  Our  Beign. 

By  Her  Majesty^s  Commandj 

HUGH  C.  K  CHILDERS. 


Boyal  Warrant— Bewards  to  Becndters. 
VICTORIA  E. 

Whereas  We  deem  it  expedient  to  amend  the  Regulations  Clause  115 
relating  to  Rewards  to  Recruiters  for  Recruits  passed  into  Our 
Army; 

Our  Will  and  Pleasure  is  that  Articles  664  to  658,  and 
659  to  561  of  Our  Warrant  of  the  1 1th  March  1882  be  cancelled, 
and  that  the  following  Articles,  which  shall  take  effect  from  the 
1st  July  1882,  be  substituted  in  lieu  thereof: — 

B  2 


Jue  1881i.  I 


Finance  (Regular^  For ces)—<»>n^'»tMdi 


Clause  115  IS54.  The  reward  payable  to  the  recmiter  for  each  recroit 

raised  by  him  and  finally  approved,  shall  be  as  follows : — 

#.  d. 

For  the  Foot  Guards,  Bojal  Artillery,  and  Ko}raL  Engineen        8    6 
For  the  Caralrj,  Infantry,  Army  Hospital  Corps,  Commia- 
sariat  and  Transport  Corps,  and  Ordnanoo  Store  Corps  2    6 


The  above  rates  shall,  however,  be  liable  to  a  reduction  of  1«. 
when  the  recruit  belongs  to  the  Militia,  and  enlists  during 
the  period  of  his  preliminary  drill,  drill  on  enlistment,  or 
during  his  first  period  of  training. ' 

5ftS.  Bringing  money  at  the  rate  of  5«.  for  each  recruit 
shall  be  payable  to  the  person,  other  than  a  paid  recruiter« 
who  may  be  certified  by  the  recruiting  officer  to  have  brought 
to  the  recruiter  a  recruit  afterwards  finally  approved,  or  to 
have  been  mainly  instrumental  in  so  bringing  a  recruit. 

Such  bringing  money  shall  be  liable  to  a  reduction  of 
2$.  6d,  when  the  recruit  belongs  to  the  Militia,  and  enlists 
during  the  period  of  his  preliminary  drill,  drill  on  enlistment^ 
or  during  his  first  period  of  training. 

ft60.  The  reward  payable  for  recruits  passed .  into  the 
West  India  Regiments,  Royal  Malta  Fencible  Artillery,  and 
Oun  Lascars,  shall  be  1/.  This  sum  includes  lOf.  which  shall 
be  payable  to  the  bringer. 

The  reward  payable  for  recruits  passed  into  the  Corps  of 
Military  Labourers  shall  be  5s. 

561*  Rewards  and  bringing  money  shall  not  be  allowed — 

(a.)  For  men  who  enlist  fraudulently; 

(b,)  For  men  who  enlist  while  belonging  to  Our  Reserte 
Forces ; 

(c.)  For  men  who  enlist  while  belonging  to  the  Militia» 
without  obtaining  a  proper  discbarge  therefrom ; 

(d.)  For  men  who  enlist  after  ha^ng  been  dischsfged 
on  account  of  misconduct  from  Uur  Regular  Forces^ 
or  Our  Marinc^^  or  from  any  portion  of  Our 
Auxiliary  Forces  when  subject  to  Slilitary  Law; 

(e.)  For  men  who  enlist  aftci*  having  been  dischamd 
from  Our  Regular  or  Reserve  Forces,  or  Oar 
Marines^  and  have  concealed  such  former  service  oa 
enlistment ; 

but  no  refund  of  the  rewards  and  bringing  money  shaU  be 
required  unless  the  inadmissibility  is  discovered  and  notified 
to  the  recruiter  within  three  months  from  the  date  of 
tation. 


C'«Be  1669. 


Finance  (Regular  Forces)— continued. 


It  is  Our  further  Will  and  Pleasure  that  the  following  Clause  115 

paragraph  be  added  to  Article  640 : —  eoniHmed. 

XX¥II«  To  the  non-commissioned  officer  appointed  paid 
recruiter — 

Daily. 

#.    d. 

When  employed  at  head-quarters  or  oocupjing  barraok 
acooin]iu>dation,  or  at  such  out-station  as  ma/  be 
fixed  bj  Our  Secretary  of  State 10 

"When  employed  at  special  out-stations,  fixed  by  Our 

Secretai7  of  State,  and  not  in  barracks  • .         2    0 

Given   at   Our   Court   at   Balmoral,  this  29th  day  of  May 
1882^  in  the  45th  year  of  Our  Reign. 

By  Her  Majesty's  Command^ 

HUGH  C.  E.  CHILDEES. 


Boyal  Warrant— Beckoning  of  Military  Service  and 

of  Sdioolmasters. 
VICTORIA  R. 

Whereas  We  deem  it  expedient  to  amend  the  Regulations  Clause  116 
irhich  govern,  as  regards  pension,  the  reckoning  of  military  service 
rendered  hy  Schoolmasters  of  Our  Army ; 

OuB  Will  and  Pleasure  is  that  Article  575  of  Our  Warrant  AjmjBmia^ 
of  the  1 1th  March  1882  be  cancelled,  and  that  the  following  shall  ^^^^^ 
be  the  conditions  under  which  Schoolmasters  shall  reckon  their 
service  towards  pension. 

1.  A  Schoolmaster  appointed  before  the  date  of  this  Our 
Warrant  shall  reckon  the  military  service  rendered  by  him  prior 
to  snch  appointment,  excluding  any  period  passed  in  the  Training 
Schools  of  the  Royal  Military  Asylum,  for  the  purpose  of  fixing 
his  rate  of  pension.  Such  prior  service  shall  reckon  subject  to 
the  usual  conditions. 

2.  A  Schoolmaster  appointed  after  the  date  of  this  Our 
Warrant  shall  only  reckon  service,  for  the  purpose  of  fixing  his 
rale  of  pension,  from  the  date  of  his  enlistment  as  Schoolmaster. 

Given  at  Our  Court  at  Windsor,  this  20th  day  of  May 
1882,  in  the  45th  year  of  Our  Reign. 

By  Her  Majesty's  Command, 

HUGH  O.  E.  CHILDERS. 


.] 


6 


Finance  (Begnkr  Forces)— cofKiftueJ. 


Allowance  B^polations,  1881— CiYOian  Subordinates' 

Travelling  Allowances. 

danse  117  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  the  Table  of  Classes  of 
Accommodation  by  Railway  or  Coasting  Steamers  for  persons  on 
the  Wages  Lists  of  the  Manufacturing  and  Chemical  Departments^ 
contained  in  page  8  of  the  Special  Regulations  for  Travelling 
Expenses  and  Allowances  of  Civilian  Subordinates,  issued  with 
Clause  67,  Army  Circulars,  1882 : — 


Appointments. 


Chief  and  other  Foremen  and  AjsiBtant  Foremen. . 
Manager  of  Ghu  Factorj  . .  . .  ••  . . 
Storeholders,  Principal  and  Head  Yieweri.  •  • . 
Chief  and  Leading  Draughtsmen,  Writers  (men). . 
Pattem*Keeper  and  Chief  Photographer  of  the 
Chendoal  department      •  •         •  •         .  •         . . 

Artifioen,  Viewers,  Photographers,  Draughtsmen, 
Bargemasters,  Office-Keepers,  and  Messengers . . 

Writers  (bojs).  Bargemen*  Labowren,  Laboraloiy 

Attendants,  and  Machine  Hands  «• 


Class  of 

Railway. 


2nd. 


} 
} 


Sid. 


Srd. 


Class  of 
aocommodation  ia 
Coasting 


2nd. 


2nd. 
Sid. 


Financial  Instructions,  1879— Allowance  to  Soldiers  on 

Discharge. 

daOfeUS  ^e  following  will  be  Bnbstituted  for  paragraphs  47U  and 
471C|  added  to  the  Financial  Instructions,  1879,  by  Qaose  261, 
Jkxaij  Circulars,  1880: — 

4116.  When  a  soldier  is  dischai^ged  with  such  serrioe  aa 
would  give  him  a  claim  to  pension,  or  as  an  inralid,  the 
Paymaster  making  the  last  issue  of  regimental  paj  will 
forward  to  the  War  Office  a  No.  1  Report,  notifying  the 
fact  of  discharge,  and  showing  the  date  to  which  pay  has 
issued,  and  also  any  issue  which  may  have  bc«n  made 
discharge : — 

1.  As  an  advance  of  pension  under  paragraph  470  of  the 

Financisl  Instructions,  1879,  as  amended  by  CSaiae 
261,  Army  Circulars,  1880,  and  by  Clause  S76^ 
Army  Circulars,  1881,  and  midcr  pamgrsph  471,  as 
amended  by  Clause  261,  Army  Circulars,  1880. 

2.  As  a  gratuity  under  Articles  584  L  and  684 IL  of 

the  Pay  Warrant 
8.  As  an  advance  of  deferred  pay  under  paragraph  45Sa^ 
added  to  the   Financial    Instntctionsy    1879,    bj 
Clause  7,  Army  Circulara,  1880,  and  amended  bj 
Clause  152^  Army  Circulars^  1881. 


{;jFmie1897. 


Finajice  (Regular  Forcesy-co'^tinued. 


4L71C.  The  nature  of  the  issue  made  on  discharge  will,  in  CkmsellS 
all  cases,  be  clearly  defined,  and  the  No.  1  Report  will  also  '  c9»timud. 
show  whether  any  sum  or  sums  are  due  from  the  soldier  on 
acconnt  of  public  debts. 

4mcc,  The  Officer  making  the  first  issue  of  pension  will, 
on  the  receipt  from  the  War  Office  of  the  No.  1  Report 
referred  to  in  paragraph  471b j  adjust  the  advance  of  pension 
(if  any)  which  may  have  been  paid  to  the  discharged  soldier, 
and  will  make  the  necessary  arrangements  for  recovering  any 
sum  due  from  him  on  account  of  public  debts. 

Be-arrangement  of  FenBion  Districts. 

1.  The  duties  connected  with  the  Pensioners  and  Men  of  the  GlausellO 
Amy  ReMrve  of  the  1st  Regimental  District,  hitherto  performed 

by  tke  Staff  Officer  of  Pensioners  at  Edinburgh,  will^  from  the  Ist 
June  1882,  be  transferred  to  the  Staff  of  the  Regimental  District 
•at  Okaoone. 

2.  The  Jersey  Pension  District  will  be  abolished  from  the  1st 
June  1882^  and  the  duties  connected  with  the  Pensioners  and  Men 
of  the  Army  Reserve  residing  therein  will  in  future  be  performed 
by  the  Officer  paying  Jensionera  and  Men  of  the  Army  Reserve 
mt  Sontbanpton, 

8.  The  Appendix  to  Claase  129^  Army  Chrcularsj  1877^  will  be 
amended  accordingly. 


UILITIA. 

•ooniiBB-^Se^entB  of  Xrish  KiMtia. 

(iMSxa  ^M  A  ■noc&L  ammt  oacrLAm  ov  ram  Sbd  mat  18B2.) 

TbetraiDing  of  the  Irish  Militia  during  the  year  1882  having  (J]|m8el20 
been  dispensed  'with  by  order  oi  Her  Majesty  in  Council,  dated 
€lA  Pehemiry  1882,  the  following  instruetions,  in  Tegard  to  the 
faymeut  of  bounty  to  the  non-commissioned  officers  and  men  of 
that  Force,  have  been  approved  by  the  Secretary  of  State  for  War, 
and  are  issued  for  the  information  of  thoae  concerned, 

^.  xhe  non-commissioned  officers  md  men  'eflbctive  'on  ttie 
let  April  1862,  may  be  paid  their  Annul  Bounty  and  Reserve 
Bounty,  if  entitled'tfaereto,  in  the  same  manner  as  if  their  Tegtmenta 
had  been  assembled  for  training.  i 

3.  The  Adjutant  oT  tke  aevend  regiments  will  make  tfii» 
menemtig^kmown  thn  ngboat  the  counties  to  which  their  rsgiinentB 
odong,  and  will  amngey  with  as  little  delay  as  possible^  for  the 


Jane  1882.]  8 


finance  (Auxiliary  Torcesy-catuinued. 


Claa8el20  payment  of  the  bounty,  during  the  months  of  May  and  Jane,  at 
eontinmed.    the  head-quarters  of  their  respective  regiments,  as  well  as  at  those 
places,  within  the  county,  whrre  the  men  are  most  likely  to  be 
met  with. 

3.  Men  who  may  be  in  prison  awaiting  trial  at  the  time  of  the 
general  payments  may,  if  acquitted,  be  at  once  paid  the  bounty  to 
wliich  they  may  be  entitled ;  but  if  they  are  found  guilty  of  an 
offence  not  amounting  to  felony,  the  bounty  will  be  withheld,  and 
instructions  asked  for.  If  the  oSence  is  one  which  amoonta  to 
felony,  the  bounty  will  be  forfeited,  and  the  man  should  be  at  once 
discharged  from  the  Militin,  under  the  provisions  of  paragraphs 
193  and  194  of  the  Regulations  for  the  MUitia,  1880  (Army 
Regulations,  Vol.  YIIl.)^  as  amended  by  Clause  125^  Army  Cir- 
culars, 1881. 

4.  Men  who,  for  other  reasons,  mxy  not  be  forthcoming  when 
the  general  payments  take  place,  and  who  afterwards  make  appli- 
cation for  their  bounty,  may  be  paid  the  same,  unle^  there  are  any 
special  circumstances  which  render  it  desirable  that  the  payment 
should  be  withheld,  pending  reference  to  the  War  Office. 

5.  The  bounty  may  be  paid  to  men  who  were  effective  on  the 
Ist  April  1882,  but  have  since  become  non-effective ;  to  mnn  who 
have  volunteered  for  the  Regular  Army  since  that  date ;  and  also 
to  men  who  may  be  absent  from  the  county,  and  who  apply  for  the 
bame  by  letter;  but  in  the  latter  case  due  care  will  be  taken  to 
obtain  satisfactory  evidence  of  their  identity  by  descriptive  retums, 
and  communications  with  their  employers,  or  the  local  magistrates ; 
and  the  genuineness  of  receipts  should,  in  all  cases,  be  established 
to  the  Accountant's  satisfaction. 

6.  Men  may  be  re-engaged  for  the  Militia,  and  re-enliated  for 
the  Militia  Reserve,  under  the  conditions  prescribed  by  the  Regu* 
lations,  at  the  time  that  their  ordinary  Militia  bounty  for  the  year 
is  paid  to  them,  and  may  be  granted  re-eulistmeut  bounty  and 
Reserve  bounty  in  the  same  manner  as  if  they  had  re-engaged  at 
the  termination  of  the  training,  under  the  provisions  of  paragraphs 
579  and  585  of  the  Regulations  for  the  Militia  (Arnrv  Regulations, 
Vol.  VIII.),  and  of  paragraph  596  of  the  same  Kegulationii  as 
amended  by  Clause  221,  Army  Circulars,  1880. 

7.  A  statement  of  the  bounty  paid  will  be  prepared  on  Army 
Form  N  1496,  which  will  be  forwarded  to  the  War  Office  as  looa 
after  the  30th  June  as  possible.  The  total  of  the  bounty  paid,  as 
shown  on  this  form,  will  be  carried  to  the  General  State  of  tlie 
Regimental  District  Pay  List. 

8.  The  names  of  all  the  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 
belonging  to  the  several  regiments  will  be  entered  in  alphabetical 
order  of  companies  in  the  Statement  (Army  Form  N  1496),  and 


9  [ Joae  t9M. 


(Aiudliary  FoTcesh-cofUinued. 


the  dates  on  which  the  engagements  of  any  of  the  men  shall  have  (Jlaiise  120 
terminated  since  bounty  was  paid  to  them  fer  last  year,  will  be    ^oniimi9d. 
shown  against  their  names  in  the  coiumn.of  remarks. 

9.  The  War  Office^  or  other  aathority  for  striking  off  the  names 
of  any  of  the  men^  whether  on  account  of  sickness^  desertion, 
enlistment  into  the  Regular  Forces^  or  purchase  of  discharge,  or  for 
any  other  cause,  will  be  forwarded  as  vouchers  to  the  Statement, 
and  the  date  of  death  of  any  men  will  be  noted  in  the  column  for 
remarks. 

10.  The  signatures  of  the  men  will  be  placed  against  the 
amounts  charged  for  them  in  the  Statement,  and  the  column  under 
the  heading  "Travelling  and  Couveyance^'  may  be  used  for  this 
purpose. 

11.  The  travelling  expenses  of  the  Adjutants,  while  employed 
away  from  the  Head- Quarters  of  their  regiments  in  paying  bounty, 
will  be  claimed  in  the  same  manner  as  their  ordinary  travelling 
expenses.  Those  of  the  Staff-Serjeants  will  be  charged  in  the 
accounts  of  the  Regimental  District.  No  charges  will  be  admis- 
sible for  travelling  expenses  or  allowances  to  men  coming  to  receive 
the  bounty  due  to  them. 

12.  The  bounty  paid  after  the  despatch  of  the  Statement  on 
Army  Form  N  1496  will  be  charged  in  the  Regimental  District 
Accouilts,  vouched  by  a  Statement  of  Details,  made  out  on  spare 
sheets  of  Army  Form  N  1496. 

18.  The  year  1882  may  be  reckoned  as  a  year  of  training  for 
men  who  are  released  on  and  after  the  1st  April  1882^  to  join  the 
B^ular  Army  under  the  Regulations  on  the  subject,  provided  they 
were  on  the  strength  of  their  Militia  regiments  on  that  date. 

Pay  and  Allowances  of  Men— Levy  Money. 

1.  The  following,  which  will  take  effect  from  the  1st  July  Claii3el21 
1882,  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  615  of  the  Regulations  for 
the  Militia,  18S0  (Army  Kegulations,  Vol.  VIII.),  as  amended  by 
Clause  247,  Army  Circulars,  188  i,  and  Clause  24,  Army  Circulars, 
1882:— 

61ft*  The  reward  payable  to  the  recruiter  for  each  recruit 
who  actually  joins  for  Recruit  Drill,  under  paragraphs  228a, 
2286,  228c,  or  22Sd,  and  is  finally  approved,  will  be  Is.  6d. 

•Ifto.  Bringing-money  at  the  rate  o{2s.  6d.  for  each  recruit 
will  be  payable  to  any  person,  other  than  a  paid  recruiter, 
who  may  be  certified  by  the  Recruiting  Officer  to  have  brought 
to  the  recruiter  a  recruit  who  actually  joins  for  Recruit  Drill, 
under  paragraphs  228a,  2286,  228c,  or  22Sd^  or  to  have  been 
mainly  instrumental  in  so  bringing  a  recruit. 


10 


Finance  (Auxiliary  Forcesy-contimted. 


fChWttlM.  0166.  The  reward  and  bringing-money  defined  in  para- 

graphs 615  and  61511,  will  be  payable  for  each  Militia  recnrit  of 
a  Brigade  of  Artillery  not  stationed  at  the  saoie  place  as  an 
Artillery  Depdt^  for  each  recruit  of  a  regiment  of  Engineer 
Militia,  and  for  each  recruit  of  a  Militia  battalion  of  Infantiy 
not  stationed  at  the  Head-Quarters  of  a  Regimental 
provided  the  recruit  actually  joins  for  Preliminary  Drill 
Training. 

2.  The  following  will,  from  the  1st  July  1882,  be  substitntcd 
for  paragraph  618  of  the  above-mentioned  Regulations,  a^ 
amended  by  Clause  41^  Army  Circulars,  1882 : — 

018.  No  reward  or  bringing-money  will  be  admissible 
for  men  joining  the  Militia  Reserve. 

G18a.  The  Reward  and  bringing-money    will    not   be 
allowed — 

1.  For  men  who  enlist  fraudulently; 

2.  For  men  who  enlist  while  belonging  to  the  Resenre 
Forces : 

8.  For  men  who  enlist  while  belonging  to  another 
brigade,  regiment,  or  battalion  of  Militia; 

4.  For  men  who  enlist  after  having  been  discb«rged  on 
account  of  misconduct  from  the  Regular  Forci^ 
or  Royal  Marines,  or  from  any  portion  of  the 
Auxiliary  Forces  when  subject  to  Military  Law ; 

5.  For  men  who  enlist  after  having  been  dischargel 
from  the  Regular  or  Reserve  Forces^  or  Royil 
Marines,  and  have  concealed  such  former  service 
on  enlistment ; 

but  no  refund  of  the  reward  and  bringing-money  will  be 
required  unless  the  inadmissibility  is  discovered  and  notified 
to  the  recruiter  within  three  nionths  from  the  date  of  attaito- 
tion. 

8.  Paragraph  616  of  the  above-mentioned  Regulations,  *« 
amended  by  Clause  247,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  ia  hereby 
cancelled. 


11 


Begalatk«8  fur  the  Commissariat  and  Transport  Staff. 


BEOULATIONS  FOB  THE  GOMMISSABIAT 
AND  TRANSPORT  STAFF. 

Barrack  and  Hospital  Services— Oas. 

The  foUowios:  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  860  oF  the 
Regulations  for -the  Commissariat  and  Transport  Staff,  1881  (Araff 
R^uktions,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  I.)  :— 

860.  Arrangements  will  be  made,  whenever  practicably 
for  the  payment  direct  to  gas  companies  of  sums  due  by 
OfScers  and  Corps  for  gas  not  chargeable  to  the  public  under 
the  regulations. 

860a.  When  such  arrangements  cannot  be  carried  out^ 
the  Senior  Commissariat  Officer  will  render  quarterly  retvnii^ 
on  Army  Form  P  1930,  of  the  sums  due  to  the  public  for  gat. 
These  returns  will  be  made  out  in  duplicate,  one  copy  being 
attached  to  the  gas  claim  (Army  Form  P  1929)  for  the  infor- 
mation of  the  War  Office,  and  the  other  handed  to  the 
District  Paymaster  to  enable  him  to  recover  the  sums  due. 


REGULATIONS  FOR  THE  ORDNANCE  STORE 

DEPARTMENT. 

Supply  of  Stores. 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  171  fff ^^         .^^ 

Regulations  for  the  Ordnance  Store  Department^   1879  (Army<^^^^P 
K^ulations^  Vol.  IV.,  Part  I.)  :— 

IVl.  Officers  Commanding  large  garrisons  may  aothoriae 
the  loan  of  a  few  tents  and  other  necessary  articles^  ^ulaen 
required  for  strictly  garrison  purposes  in  connection  with 
garrison  sports  or  entertainments.  Similar  issues  miy  %e 
made  for  regimental  sports,  on  the  understanding  that  the 
artidea  are  only  to  be  lent  for  the  actual  day  or  &f%  of  the 
sp«rta,  and  that  all  loss  or  damage  is  to  be  paid  for.  In 
neither  case  will  any  expense  for  conveyance  be  admitted  as  a 
charge  against  the  public. 


•] 


12 


Equipment  Regulations  (Begular  Forces). 


EQUIPMENT  BEGULATIONS. 
Small-Arm  Ammunition  for  Practice  and  Exercise. 

dame  124       '^^^  following  alterations  will  be  made  in  paragraph  230  of  the 
Equipment  Regvdations  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  111.)  :^* 


Ball  ammunitioD. 

For  each  trained 
soldier. 

For  eacb  recruit,  OiSeer 
or  man. 

Omliy 

Iii£uiti7 

For  "  40  "  read  "  60«." 
For  "  loot"  read  "  ISOf." 

For  '*  70  "  read  "  lOB." 
For  **  90"  read**  IW/" 

Marking  Pistols. 

fil^m^,^  125  ^'  ^  ^^^  1^«  Enfield  Revolver,  some  of  the  component  parts  of 
which  differ  from  those  of  Mark  I.  Pistol,  having  been  sealed  as  a 
pattern  {see  List  of  Changes,  §  3997),  the  following  system  of  mark- 
ing the  spare  parts  has  become  necessary. 

2.  All  the  spare  parts  common  to  both  Mark  I.  and  Mark  EL 
Sevolvers  will  be  issued  without  any  distinguishing  mark. 

8.  All  the  spare  parts  spec'al  to  Mark  I.  will  be  marked  with 
the  figure  "  I." 

4.  All  the  spare  parts  special  to  Mark  II.  will  be  marked  with 
the  figure  "U." 

5.  The  following  spare  parts  now  in  store,  or  already  issued, 
which  are  special  to  Mark  I.,  will  be  lightly  marked  by  Depart- 
mental or  ships'  armourers  and  armourer-seneants  with  the  figure 

Hammer         on  the  ondernde  of  the  oonK 

Lerer  •  •         • .  . .  with  oare,  on  the  flat 

Screws,  cap  stock  with  eje   .  •         .  •  on  the  stem. 

„      joint,  barrel  . .  . .  on  the  head. 

n      shield •  M 

n      •tock n 

„      straps  top „ 

Sight,  front     • .         •  •         •  •         •  •  oo  the  aide. 

Sprince^ 

Ham  •  •  on  the  edge  of  the  bead. 

Shield         on  the  flat. 

Siook •        ••        ••  below  the  oheqiidrii^ 


18  [J 


Equipment  BegoJations  (Begnlar  Forces)— continued. 


Harness,  Saddlery,  and  Stable  Necessaries— Materials  for 
repair  and  preservation— Issue  of  Horsehair. 

1.  The  following    proportions    of  horsehair  will    be    issued  ClailseUB 
with  pannels,  in  addition  to  the  ordinary  annual  proportions  given 

in  Tables  9  and  10,  Section  XIII.,  Part  II.,  of  the  Equipment 
B^pilations,  1881  (Army  Regulations^  Vol.  III.) : — 

With  each  ptur  of  new  pannelB  for  hamew,  new  1  ^  j^  ^  horsehair, 
patiem,  and  for  saddlery,  old  and  new  pattern  J  '  *iu«cu»«r. 

With  each  pair  of  pannels  for  hamessi  old  pattern. .  i  Ih.  of  doehair. 

2.  Officers  will  accordingly,  in  making  demands  for  pannels, 
insert  in  their  requisitions  the  proportions  of  horsehair  or  doehair 
allowed  for  completing  and  fitting  the  stuffing. 


CLOTHING  AND  NECESSARIES. 
SBOirZiA&  ro&OBS. 

Clothing— Value  when  worn  out 

[this  CLAU8B  ALSO  APPLm  TO  THB  HIUTU.] 

1.  In  accordance  with  paragraph  702  of  the  Regulations  for  dauelS? 
the  supply  of  Clothing  and  Necessaries  to  the  Uvular  Forces, 

1881  (Army  Regulations,  "Vol.  XI.),  the  rates  given  in  the 
Appendix  (see  pages  20  to  28)  will  represent  the  yalue  of  articles 
of  clothing  when  such  articles  have  been  worn  the  periods  pre- 
scribed by  regulation,  and  these  rates  will  be  the  sums  to  be 
charged  for  losses,  or  to  be  taken  into  account  in  calculations 
which  may  be  made  to  arrive  at  the  value  of  a  part- worn  article. 

2.  These  rates  will,  in  so  far  as  they  apply,  be  adopted  by 
regiments  of  Militia  in  calculating  the  value  of  part-worn  articles, 
in  the  manner  laid  down  in  paragraphs  1072  and  1073  of  the 
Regulations  for  the  Militia^  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIIL), 
or  in  charging  for  lost  articles. 

8.  These  rates  will  come  into  operation  on  the  1st  June  1882 
for  Home  Stations,  and  on  the  1st  July  1882  for  Foreign  Stations. 

4.  Clauses  189  and  140,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  and  the  rate* 
given  in  the  Appendix  to  those  clauses,  are  hereby  cancelled. 


14 


General  Begnlations  (Begolar  Forces). 


QENEBAL  BE0nLATI01l& 
z.— maambAm  romoBS. 


Iditary  Books. 

danselSB  With  leferenoe  to  Clause  178,  Army  Circulars,  1879,  to 
Clause  132,  Army  Circulars,  1880,  and  to  Clause  285,  hrmj 
Circulars,  1881,  the  undermentioned  books  have  been  published, 
and  will  be  added  to  the  list  of  works  promulgated  by  the  Appendix 
to  the  last-named  Clause,  which  will  be  amended  accordingly: — 

Handbook  for  K^olan's  Bani^-Finder  (Kark  I.)  . .         ..09 

Manual  of  Instruction  in  Armj  Signalling,  1882  ..  ..     0    8 

Military  Transport,  Lieut-Colonel  G.  A.  f  arse,  D.A.Q.M.G. ..     8    9 

Pay  and  Promotion  Warrant,  1882 |  ^^^^^^    J    J 

,,  „  „  •  •         •  •      Pocket  Edition     1    8 

zx^AvzzXiZA&T  Avo  sssamva  roscas. 

MILITIA, 

Musketry  Instraction. 

C3ftD80l29  ^'  With  a  view  still  further  to  increase  the  efficiency  in  mu»> 
ketry  of  Militia  Battalions^  it  has  been  decided  to  authorise  the 
issue  of  40  rounds  of  ball  ammunition  to  each  recruit  and  40  rounds 
to  each  trained  Militiaman* 

The  following  will  accordingly  be  substituted  for  paragraph 
296  of  the  Militia  Re°:ulations,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  VoL 
YIII.),  as  amended  by  Clause  176,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  and  Sat 
paragraph  298  of  the  above-mentioned  Regulations : — 

994L  The  annual  course  of  target  practice  of  ihe  ooau 
panies  will  occupy  three  days,  unless  the  Commanding  Ofliocr 
may  wish  to  fire  only  10  rounds  a  day,  when  it  will  occupy 
four  days. 


The  ''  figure  of  merit ''  will  be  deterained  by  tht 
average  points  in  individual  and  volley  firing.  The  figure  off 
■wit,  the  best  shooting  company,  and  the  best  shot  of  the 
Militia,  are  published  annually,  except  in  the  case  of  battalions 
in  which  less  than  70  per  cent,  of  the  men  effective  (excluding 
recmits)  in  the  battalion  or  half-battalion,  as  the  case  may 
be,  have  been  exercised  through  the  course  of  target  practice. 

'  IP.  The  annexed  Tables  A  and  B  (see  Appendices,  pages  29 
and  80),  will  be  substituted  for  Appendices  I.  and  II.  of  the 
above-mentioned  Regulations,  as  amended  by  the  tables  promulgated 
by  Clause  64,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  and  the  Form  A  annexed 
{$€€  Appendix,  page  31),  will  be  substituted  for  Appendix  IV.^ 
as  amended  by  the  Form  A  promulgated  by  the  same  clause. 


IS 


General  Eegulations  (Auxiliary  and  Reserve  Forces)— «wrfi»«^ 


PrisM  for  Qood  Shooting. 

8.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraphs  651  and  652  Clan8el29 
of  the  above-mentioned  Regulations,  as  amended  by  Clause  176,     eonHnmed. 
Army  Circulars,  1881 : — 

65 1*  The  prizes  referred  to  in  paragraph  299  will  be  of 
the  value  of  259.  each,  and  will  be  distributed  to  the  best  shots 
at  the  rate  of  one  for  every  10,  or  fraction  of  10  men,  who 
obtained  70  points  and  upwards,  when  exercised  according  to 
the  conrse  laid  down  in  Table  B  (Appendix  II.,  page  219)9 
provided  the  men  are  not  in  a  state  of  desertion  or  absence, 
except  on  account  of  sickness  duly  certified,  at  the  date  Rxed 
for  the  award  of  such  prizes. 

059.  When  10  per  cent,  at  least  of  the  men  in  any 
battalion  exercised  through  the  conrse  laid  down  in  Table  fi 
have  obtained  70  points  and  upwards,  a  further  sum  of  IL  will 
be  allowed  for  the  best  shot.  This  sum  will  be  competed  for 
as  follows : — 

The  men  eligible  for  the  money  prize  of  25«.  will  fire  10 
rounds  each  at  a  2nd  Class  target  at  600  yards,  and  the  man 
who  obtains  the  greatest  number  of  points  in  this  and  the 
former  practice  {ue.,  in  the  50  rounds),  will  be  considered  the 
best  shot  of  the  battalion.     Ties  will  be  decided  as  follows : — 

1st.  By  the  results  at  each  distance  taken  in  inverse 

onder. 
2nd.  By  each  shot  taken  in  inverse  order. 

The  additional  reward  will  not  be  issued  unless  all  the 
companies  of  the  battalion  shall  have  execnted  the  course  of 
Drill  and  Target  Practice  in  accordance  with  Table  B. 

8maU-Arm  Ammunition. 

4.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  1184  of  the 
above-mentioned  Regulations  as  amended  by  Clause  87,  Army 
Circulars,  1881,  and  for  paragraphs  1186  and  1187  as  amended  by 
Clause  176,  Army  Circulars,  1881 : — 

1194.  The  following  are  the  luinual  proportions  of  small- 
arm  ammunition  allowed : — 


Blank. 


For  Mch  OiBcer  on  fint  joining,  and  sal>ieqQentl7  for  each  Infantrj 
OAoer  who  wishei  to  go  thioogh  the  annual  course  of  indiridual 
firing 

For  aadi  a^jmni  of  the  F«manent  Staff  {  ^^"J^g  '^^  Eii^neer.' ' 

For  each  non-commiationed  officer  and  prirate  preaent  at  tmining 
who  haa  been  pTerioosl/  instructed    . .         . .         .  •         . . 

For  each  non-commissioned  officer  and  prirate  present  at  training 
not  prsTiottslj  instructed         ..         ••         


continued. 


JTvne  1989.]  16 

General  Begulations  (Auxiliary  and  Reserve  Forces)— contimted. 

Clause  129  1186.  When  10  per  cent,  of  the  men  exercised  in  any 

battalion  of  Infantry  Militia  obtain  70  points  and  upwards 
in  firing  their  40  rounds^  a  further  allowance  of  10  rounds  of 
ball  cartridge  ^il)  be  issued  to  each  man  who  has  qualified  to 
compete  for  the  further  prize  of  1/.  under  the  conditions  laid 
down  in  paragraph  652. 

118Y.  In  making  out  his  annual  requisition  for  small-arm 
ammunition,  the  Commanding  Officer  will  demand  for  the 
numbers  expected  to  be  present  at  training,  adding  a  certain 
amount  for  the  above  extra  allowance,  calculated  on  the  pro- 
portion of  men  who  at  the  previous  training  made  70  points 
and  upwards. 

5.  The  allowance  of  blank  ammunition  to  be  drawn  this  year 
will  be  calculated  at  20  rounds  for  each  Militiaman,  being  the  rate 
allowed  by  paragraph  1184  of  the  aboye-mentioned  Regulations 
for  men  not  previously  instructed. 

6.  Every  Militiaman  will  be  considered  this  year  as  ^not 
previously  instructed.*' 

ARMY  BESEBYE. 


Medical  Inspection  of  1st  Glass  Army  Beserve. 

(I88T7XD  AB  A  SPBCIAL  ABMT  CIBCITLAB  OV  TRl  19TH  MaT  1882.) 

CSlanselSO  !•  It  is  notified,  with  reference  to  paragraph  2,  Clause  87, 
Arniy  Circulars^  1879,  and  Clause  52,  Army  Circulars,  1882,  that 
the  medical  inspection  of  men  of  the  Ist  Class  Army  Reserve  will 
be  postponed  until  October  1882. 

2.  Clause  52,  Army  Circulars^  1882^  is  hereby  cancelled. 


ABMY  FOEHS  AND  BOOKS. 


Clause  131       The  following  Army  Forms  and  Books  have  been  approred : — 

Army   Form   B   59,   "Royal    Engineers/ 
Daily  State  of  Companies  serving  at 
stations  other  than  Chatham/' 

Army  Form  B  60, ''  Royal  Engineers^  Daily 
State  of  Troops,  Field  Park,  Field 
Companies^  and  Depdt/* 

Army  Form  B  75,  "Diary  of  a  Paid 
Recruiter/'  applicable  to  Regimental 
and  Auxiliary  Artillery  Districts. 


A 

be  made  to  an 


17 '  [JTime  issai. 


Anny  Forms  and  Bodkt— continued. 


Army  Form C 399  "Prisoner's Cell  Card '^ 
applicable  to  Military  Prisons  at  home 
and  abroad. 


CaaoMldl 

AMiMflMCO* 


A  distribution  will 

Array  Form  O  926,  "  Monthly  Keturn  of      concerned. 
Iron  and  Wood  Carriages  and  Slides 
for  Guns  on  board  H.M.  Ships." 

Army  Book  163,  *'Medical  Officers'  Journal.  Military 
Prisons/'    A  distribution  will  be  made  when  printed. 

Army  Book  227,  '*  Account  Book  for  Sub-Accountants, 
Militia  and  Volunteers/'  A  distribution  will  be  made 
to  all  concerned  when  ready  for  issue. 

2.  The  following  Army  Forms  and  Books  have  been  can- 
celled:— 

Army  Form  B  72,  '^Weekly  State,  Commissariat  ai&4 
Transport  Corps." 

Army  Form  C  379,  ^Return  of  Soldiers  examined  for 
4th  Class  Certificates  of  Education."  Army  Form 
C   323  will  be  used  in  its  stead. 

Army  Form  D  416,  "Confidential  Report  of  the  Annual 
Inspection  of  Enrolled  Pensioners.'' 

Army  Form  D  437,  **  Letter  requesting  Conveyance  for 
Men  on  Transfer  to  the  Army  Reserve." 

Army  Form  6  1045,  "  List  of  Armourers'  Tools  for  repair 
of  Breech-Loading  Arras." 

Army  Form  O  1668,  "Engineer  0£Scers  entitled  to 
Regimental  Mess  Allowance." 

3.  A ''Form  of  Daily  State  for  Companies  of  Royal  Engineers 
atationed  at  the  School  of  Military  Engineering"  has  been  approved, 
and  will  be  forwarded  to  the  Commandant  when  printed. 

4  A  "Prisoners  Liability  Book"  has  been  approved,  but 
will  not  be  numbered.  A  copy  will  be  sent  to  each  military 
prison  when  ready  for  issue. 

5.  Army  Form  G  998,  "  Annual  Equipment  Ledger,  Militia 
and  Pensioners/'  has  been  cancelled  as  an  Army  Form,  and  will  be 
numbered  as  Army  Book  139. 


l«MUi  18 


War  Office. 


WAB  OFFICE. 


j^pcintmeLt  of  Fmancial  Secretary  of  the  War  Office. 

Clause  132  The  Secretary  of  State  for  War  has  appointed  Sir  Arthur 
Diyett  Hayter,  Bart.,  M.P.,  to  be  Financial  Secretary  of  the 
War  Office. 


ERRATUM. 

On  page  7  of  the  "  Instructions  for  the  Proof  of  Tubes, 
Primers^  &c./'  issued  with  Clause  223,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  in 
the  eighth  line  from  the  bottom  of  the  page  the  word  **  pellet " 
will  be  substituted  for  the  word  **  blowing/' 


/C^uA/(^/tyy^ 


^xft't^v^/^^T't— fc 


APPENDICES  TO  CLAUSES  127  and  129. 


c? 


JTttne  1989.] 


20 


Appendix  to  Clause  127. 


Value  of  Articles  of  Clothing  which  have  been  worn  the  prescribed 

periods. 

N.B.— The  term  "  Staff -SerjeanU  "  includes  Wamnt  OiBoen. 


Articles. 


Head-droues  « 


Tonics 


HOUSEHOLD  CAVALRY. 

^helmets,  metal,  all  ranks  •  •         •  •         •  •  • .    each 

bags  for  helmets    . .         . .         . .         . , 

fonce    f  '**^  ranks 

^^^     <  corporals  of  horse  and  corporals  . . 

*^       I  troopers          , ,          . .         , .  , , 

{staff  mnks      . .  

corporals  of  horse  and  oorporak  .  • 
band  /t^n^-p^tw 

tn.usicians     ••         ••  .. 

troopers          .,         ,,          .,  .. 

stafl' ranks       ..          ..          ..  .. 

corporals  of  horse  and  corporals  .  • 

band  |l>»n4-™**^' 

t  musicians     •  •         •  •  •  • 


blue 


^scarlet..  < 


^troopers 
staff  ranks 


fblua 


Jackets,  cbth 


corporal*  of  horse  and  corporals 
*  band  i  *>»nd-master 

I  musicums     • .         •  • 


n 
n 
n 
n 
>i 
ft 
»• 
•» 
n 
It 

•9 
N 

;* 
•> 
ft 

99 
99 
99 
99 
9* 
99 


(troopers          ,.         ,.         ,, 
staff  ranks 
corporals  of  horse  and  oorpormk 
band  i  ^^nd-master 
\  musicians     •  •         . . 
troopers          ..         .«         ,. 

Pantaloons,  cloth,  all  ranks  

Trowsers,  cloth  „         , ,         \\ 

Breeches,  leather 


per  pair 

99 


CAVALRY  (Imclcdiko  Mixitabt  Mofxtkd  Poucb) 


-Head-drei 


helmets 


busbies 


{ 


\  other  ranks     • 

cloth  ..    /•»««'-«»i~t». 

\  other  ranks     . 

{staff-serjeants . 
other  ranks    • 
bags  of  sorts,  for  helmets,  &c.     . . 

{staff -Serjeants. 
Serjeants 
rank  and  file  . 
Lancer  cap  corers 

lines  for  Lancer  caps     i  •♦•f  •^O'jat* 

*^       \  other  ranks    • 

f  staff-serjeanta, 

^^fbraga  caps,  round         <  seijeants 

L  nmk  and  file  • 


f^ich 


99 
99 
99 
99 
99 
ft 
99 
99 
99 
99 
99 
99 
99 
M 
I* 


a.  d. 


1 
0 
1 
1 
0 


0 
0 

1 

0 
0 

1 

0 
0 
0 
0 
0 

a 
1 

0 


0 
Oi 
0 
0 


6  6 

6  6 
IS  0 

7  6 

4  6 
6  6 

5  6 


12 
7 

4 
S 
S 
6 
1 
1 
S 
8 
6 
1 
1 
0 
0 
3 


0 
6 
6 
6 
6 
0 
0 
0 
6 
6 
0 
0 
0 
9 
9 
0 


17  6 
17  0 


1  0 
0  10 


1 

01 

0 

II 
0» 
0 

6 

S 

01 

3 

01 

0 

7 

01 


21 


[June  1899. 


ix  to  Clause  127*-«w^'««*rf. 


Articles. 


Bates. 


r 

Xmiics,  doth  < 
L 


scarlet 

« 

blue.. 


'soarlet 


Jackets,  cloth 


blue 


Fhntaloons,  cloth 
Tiowsers,  doth 


{staff-seijeants. 
Serjeants         • 
rank  and  file  . 
r  staff-scrjeants. 

•  •      i  Serjeants        • 
[  rank  and  file  . 

{stafl^-serjeants 
seijeants 
rank  and  file  . 
r  stalT-serjeants 

•  •      <  Serjeants 
I  rank  and  file  . 

staff-serjeants  and  seijeants 
rank  and  file 

stafP-serjeants  and  Serjeants 
\  rank  and  file  •  • 


each 

it 

» 
>i 
» 

n 
n 

per  pair 

»i 
fi 
n 


ABTILLBBY— (Bboxtlab  Foboxs  xnd  Militia). 

^cocked  hats ..         .•     each 


busbies 


•  • 


h«lm«U.    f«*°* 
«>*     1  drill 


fstaff-serjeants 

• .  <  Serjeants 
[  rank  and  file 
r  staff-serjeants 

*  *  \  other  ranks 

<  staff-serjeants 
other  ranks 


» 

M 
it 
it 

a 
a 


a 


io^  c.p..««.d..  {:::t3r  "f -'^r*' : 


doth 


lined 


^bags  or  coTers  of  sorts  for  helmets  and  busbies 

{r  staff  •Serjeants. .         ••         ••         .. 
dress    . .  <  seijeants         
Irai^  and  file  ^ 
fstaff'-seijeants 
nnd/ess .  <  Serjeants        

I  rank  and  file 

Aodc-coats^  handmasters,  Boyal  Artillery,  mounted  or  dismounted 

fstafi*oserjeants         ••         ..         ••         •• 
band  (including  f    Boyal   /  mounted  .  • 
Serjeants      of  <  Artillery  \  dismounted 
the  band)    ..  [Militia.. 

Serjeants 

^rank  and  file  ••  ••         •• 

r  staff-serjeants        ••  •• 

^unlined    ^  seijeants 

rank  and  file  

'staff-seijeants         • 

Serjeants     ..         ••         ..         ••         •• 

band  (indudmg  f    Bojal    f  mounted  .  • 

Serjeants     of  •{  Artillery  X  dismounted 

the  band)        [MiUtia 

tweed,  rank  and  file 

r  staff-serjeants        

^serge    . .  i  seqeants 

[rank  and  file  ••         ••         ..         ••       ,f 

p«ijoo«, cloth  ..{^■;2a««''««>,'^~»:      ;;       v^^ 


Frocks •• 


doth 


•  • 


a 
it 
n 
a 
a 
n 
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a 
a 
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a 
it 
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it 

a 
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a 
it 
it 
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it 


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1  8 
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2  8 
1  7 
6  0 
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6 
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9 
0 
8 
9 

0 
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4 
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22 


Appendix  to  Clanse  127— conti$nied. 


Articles. 


Tiowwn 


fcloth 

I  tweed 
ttarUm 


staJT-serjeftnti  por  j^tar 

seijeanU  and  buid,  Bojal  Artillerj  „ 

band-maften  and  band    ttaff-serjeanU,  dms, 

dU>jal  Artilleiy per  paii 

V^rank  and  file  •  •         .  • 

staff-eetjeanU        

other  ranks. 


tartan  •• 


M 
if 

n 


_  other  ranks, 

Sword  knot,  eold,  band-masteri      ..  Mch 

Waiaooati)  aU  ranka >, 


Head-droflies 


ENGINEEBS  (Rbouxab  Fqbobs  asd  Miutia). 

bearskin  o^s,  Bojal  Kigineer  Band     •  • 

^  ouier  ranu      •  • 
staff -eeijeants  •  • 


Jdoth  I 
Idnn   I 


•• 


helmets,  oork 

other  rsnks 
bagSi  of  scnts,  for  helmefea  or  bearskin  caps 

(Btaff-serjeants  (ladudiiigfaiBid-DiaBtorand  band-serjeant) 
ssrjsants •         ••         ••         •« 
band    {SS^jJ.^"*^***" 
rank  and  file          •  • 

frock  ooats,  sfcaff-seijcants •         

^staff-serjeants   (inclading>  hand  —stiii'  and 
seijeant)         ••         ..         ••         ••         • 
Serjeants 

.rankandfile      ••         •• 

■eijeants 

rankandfile 
staff-serjoantf    • . 

seijeants 

rank  and  file 


>» 

M 
>l 
ft 
H 
M 

n 
t* 
*f 
n 
n 

H 


Troeks" 


'ck>th 


tweed  « 


serge 


•  • 


1 


kerssj,  scarlet,  rank  and  file 

staff^seqeants.* 


H 
fl 
»» 
tf 

>t 
99 
If 
9t 

$9 


•  •    - 


•  • 


tw<sed  •  • 


band' 


^MiUtia    .. 


drasa 


MiUtia 
trankasidfile 


taxtan 


l  other  lanks 


M 
M 
•t 
M 
M 

n 

M 
M 
9t 

n 


•  • 


«     41. 

0  10 

0   H 


7 
0 

1 
1 
1 
1 


6 
9 

s 
1 

2 

1 


2    6 

0  a 


0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
9 
0 

12 
6 

14 
S 
2 
2 


6 

0* 
0* 

H 

Ok 

04 

9 

Ok 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 


7  0 
4  0 
2  6 
1  0 
0  11 

1  • 


0 

s 

9 
0 
0 
0 
0 

1 


0 
0 

7 
9 
9 
0 


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1 
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8 
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0 
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• 

7 


23 


lauke  1889. 


Appendix  to  Clause  IQ^—cantiTwed. 


Articles. 


Rate^}. 


FOOT  GTJABD3. 


Hoad-dressesi  f onge  caps 


roond      ••  ^ 


Twues 


'dress 


"'stalf-sexjeants 
Serjeants .  • 
band 

rank  and  file 
teijeant-piper 
^ers      •  • 
staff-serjoants  (including  band- 
master and  band-seijeant) 
Serjeants 

band 

drummers       ..         •• 


each 


.gtengwry    {^^ 
f-serjoants  (incluoini 


•  • 


pipers  . .         . .         •  •         • . 
,  rank  and  file  .  •         . . 

{staff-serjeants  (including  band- 
master and  band-serjeant) 
serjeante         ..         ..         .. 
rank  and  file  . .         . .         •  • 


}> 
11 
If 

n 
n 
n 
» 

n 


Sword  knots,  gold 

Tasseh  for  serjeant-drummer,  gold  .  • 

{Serjeants 
^^         
rank  and  file                    •  • 
lilts                /serjeant-piper        •. 

tppers         

{staif -Serjeants . . 
rank  and  file  • . 

^•'^••t  other  ranks    .. 

iserjeant-piper 
pipers         
^c»nt.pip«tt* 


•  • 


i> 
II 
II 

M 
»• 
>l 
II 
II 
If 

n 


Trowien 


Trnn 


per  pair 

II 
II 
II 
I* 
II 
*i 
It 
••   each 


I* 


nrFANTRY,  UaHT  INFANTRY,  FUSILTBBS,  HiaHLAND 
S£ailCBNTS»  QARBISON  STAFF,  GTHNASIA,  SCHOOL 
OF  HUSKRTRT,  AND  RIFLB  RSQIMBNTS  (Rkitlab 
FoBOM  An>  Miutza). 


sealskin  caps  '^oth^ynnks 
/  staff-seijeants 
**  \otherrMiks 
oorers  f or  dhaoos   .. 


chaeoj 


9Jch 


httlmetsy  ooilc 


Jeloth    ^ 
Idrill.,.' 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


II 

II 

n 
II 
f» 
II 
•I 
II 


staff-^ijeants 
other  ranks     .  • 
staff-seijeants.  • 
other  ranks    •  • 
.bag^of  aoriSf  liorbeliiiets,  fte. » 


If 


2  0 
0  9 
0  2 


0 
0 

0 

14 
7 

15 
2 

2 
2 

3 
8 
1 
2 

2 

1 
1 
1 


0 
0 
0 
0 

1 

0 

1 
1 


0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


Ok 
X 

I 

0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 

0 
0 
6 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


0  10 

1  0 
1  0 
0  10 
0  8 


8 
7 
8 
7 
0 
8 
0 
0 


2 

u 

1 

oi 

Oi 
Ok 
Ok 
Oi 
01 
Oi 
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Oi 


JFane  1889.] 


24 


Appendix  to  Clause  127— ^onttmied: 


Articlei. 


e«ch 


TonioB, 
oloth 


'scarlet  • .  < 


I* 


n 
it 

»» 


giiMni 


Jackets,  white 


•• 


'scarlet 


kersej 


.•«¥• 


Viooks* 


Iff 
>* 

ft 

»f 


Twwwtm 


{staff-eerjeants 
Serjeants . . 
rank  and  file 
r  staff-seijeants 
blue . .  <  Serjeants . . 
I  I  razik  and  file 

(.round,  staff -serjeauts    . . 
^staff-serjeants  (including  band-master  and  band- 
serjeant)  ..         ..         ..         ..    each 

Serjeants     . 
band 
drummers  . 

rank  and  file  „ 

staff 'seijeants  (including  band-master  and  band 
Serjeant)  .  •         .  •         , .         .  •         . .    each 
Serjeants     ..         ••         ..         ..         ••       „ 
band  .. 

buglers        . . 
rank  and  file 
^  staff -Serjeants 
Serjeants     •  • 
•Iband 
Lrauk  and  file 

J  staff -Serjeants  (including  band-master  and 
band-serjeant)        each 
Serjeants 
.band    • . 
drummers 

rank  and  file  .  •         • .         .  •         •  •       „ 
staff-seijeants  (including  band-master  and 
band-serjeant)        ..         ••         ••    each 
Serjeants 
band    .. 
drummers 

{rank  and  file 
staff-serjeants  (indudiag  band-master  and 
band-aerjeant)       • each 
Serjeants 
band    .. 
buglers 
green    ^  tweed,  rank  and  file 

''staff-serjeants  (including  band-master  and 
band-serjeant)        ••         ••         ••    each 

Serjeants 
1  band    .. 
I  buglers 
V^rank  and  file 

i»«^  iPMM.   /•t'ff-wrjeanU.. 
tweed, green   ^^^ther ranks     .. 

staff-serjeants. . 

Serjeants,  band  and  boglen  •  • 

rank  and  file 

r  staff-serjeants . . 
**  \ other  ranks     •  • 
f  staff-serjeanta  •  • 
*  *  \  other  nuika 


•• 


^tartan 


Iw-d.Un,..!-^-^-*-; 


If 
» 
M 
N 


n 

M 


tt 
fff 
» 


• 


doth 


tartan 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


•  • 


>» 

M 
»t 
I* 

I* 

n 

M 
M 


0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


8 

2 
8 
S 
8 
1 


Oi 

Oi 
0* 
Oi 
Ok 

1 


6  0 

8  6 

8  0 

8  0 

8  0 


0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
8 


0  10 
0    9 

0  9 

8    0 

1  6 
1  0 
0  11 
0  11 


1 
1 
0 
0 
0 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 


8 

0 
7 

7 

4 

• 
6 
6 
6 

0 


I 


1 
0 
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0 
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26 


Appendix  to  Clause  127'—<iontinued. 


Articles. 


Bate. 


per  pair 


efieh 
$t 


r  •taif-Mrjeantfl        .. •• 

Trews  <  Serjeants  and  band. . 

[rank  and  file  ••         ..         ..         •• 

{staff'serjeants         ••         ..                     .. 
uSr**  ::    •:    ::    ::    ::    :: 
rank  and  file  „ 

Oaiten,  all  ranks  •  •       •  . .  . .         . .         per  pair 

{staff -Serjeants «    each 
band 
pipers 

Plaids -f  "^5"*;  ^, 

*^^  Imnkandfile         


ft 
it 


WEST  INDIA  BEGIMENTS. 


Helmets,  drill,  all  ranks       .  •         •  • 
Pes,  all  ranks  •  •                    •• 
Tassel  for  f es,  all  ranks        •  • 
Turban,  doth.  •         

{Btaff-serjeants 
bSd^.*! 
rank  and  file 
{stoff-serjeants 
i::2r?  : 
rank  and  file  , 
J  staff  •Serjeants 
. JSr*!    : 

l,rank  and  file 

Bwechesl"*^ 

L  dungaree,  other  ranks 
Gaiters,  all  ranks      .  •         .  • 
Sloekiogs,  all  ranks  ..         •• 


each 


WaiatooaU 


ft 
t* 
tt 

u 
If 
>l 
}> 
» 

tt 
» 
tt 
If 


staff -Serjeants 
other  ranks 


•  • 


per 


pair 

n 
»t 
tt 
tt 


•OOMiaSSABIAT  AND  TRANSPORT  CORPS,  AND 
ORDNANCE  STORE  CORPS. 


'helmets^  oork 

.forage  caps,  round 
lined 


Lbagsfor 


•  • 


each 


tt 
tt 
tt 


Tmiioa.. 


•  • 


unlined 


•  • 


•  • 


Serjeants  • . 
rank  and  file 
Btaff-serjeants 
Serjeants 
rank  and  file 
'  staff -Serjeants 
seijeants 
rai^  and  file 


0    7 


0 
0 
1 
1 
1 
1 
0 
1 
1 
1 
0 
0 


7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
6 
1 
0 
0 
0 
4 
4 


0    Ok 


2    6 
0    9 


0 
0 
2 
1 
0 
0 
1 
0 
0 
0 
2 
1 
0 
0 


4 
4 
0 
0 
8 
8 
0 
8 
6 
6 
0 
8 
4 
1 


•  • 


0 
0 
0 
0 
0 

1 
1 

0 
6 
8 

8 
2 
1 
1 


Oi 

01 

Ok 

Ok 

Ok 

6 

8 

Ok 

0 

6 

0 

0 

6 

0 


•  Condueton  of  Suin^es  or  of  Stores  are  not  included  under  Oanimisssriit 
•ad  Tmwpofi  Corps  and  Ordnance  Store  Corps. 


Appendix  to  Clause  127— WW''""'''- 


{■taff-Mrjeanti  ..         ,.         .,    i 
•erjeanta     .. 

ninkudfllB  

I  ■Uir->erj«iiil<  

acrge    ..iwrjeanM 

LraukandUla  

IWalooM     ..         ..  J  »taff«>iMnU mJ wrjamti  perj-Or 

;njikandllle  ..  ..    , 

o-^    ••    •■    te-S";.""'"''"";!    :: ;. 

WautcoAta,  all  ruki Mcti 

fcl-rtli  i  ■•""''wr)'''"''*  ■™l  icrjaMiU  per 

r.^  ..J»„d  ..{XrUz"    V.    ;:    :':' 

I  ,-j_„  J  elaff-serjeanU 


AEMT  HOSPITAL  COEK. 


I^bagi  for 
toimjs       froum],.!^  ..Plr.nl... 

■taff-wrjeBnU 


'cloth 


rdoth 


I  itaff 

■■{ 


■kodi  eoata,  cl 


27 


[Jmie  1889. 


Appendix  to  Clause  127— continued. 


Articles. 


MHJTIA  ONLY. 


Knapnclu  with  boards 
Knapttck  slings 

*^  I  mess  tin 

Mess  tins 
Covers,  mefs  tin 
Jcrsejs,  woollen        .. 
Bags,  walei^roof 


each 


ALL  SERVICES. 

Le|;gings,  Infantry  and  West  India  Begiments    . .         •  •         per  pair 
Qaiters,  leather,  Commissariat  and  Tnmsport  Corps      • .  „ 

OloTes,  leather  

/silk 

"Iworsted  

(with  6  inch  r  staff  Serjeants 
capes       \  other  nmks 
withlSinchf  staff  Serjeants 


Sashes 


each 


Great 


.gwj 


new  pattern     \^"^ 
.without  capes  1 

'^       Li 


with  6  inch 

capes 
with  13  inch 


staff  Serjeants 
other  nmks 
staff  Serjeants 
other  ranks* 


rblue 
t  scarlet 


bine..  « 


•  < 


capes 
staff  Serjeants 
other  ranks 
J  staff  Serjeants 
P^^i  other  ranks 
r  blue»  all  ranks,  without  capes  • . 
Cloaks. .  < 

I  Household  CaTalrj       •  • 

'Caralnr  •  •         •  • 

Household  Caralry   . . 

scarlet,  Household  Cavalry 

l^grey,  great  coat..         ..      {j^'SSu'*!! 

Watcheoats 

fknee 
Wellington 
ankle 
jack,  Household  Cavahy 

Shoes 

Spun, all  kinds         ••         ••        ••        •• 


Oippg 


•  • 


II 

»•      ft 
per  pair 

»> 
»$ 
It 
If 
ft 


Bate. 


9,    d. 


0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


o 

0 
0 
0 
0 


1 

1* 

Ok 
0* 
S 
8 


2 
2 

1* 


6  6 

C  6 

6  6 

5  6 

6  6 
6  6 
6  6 

5  6 

6  6 
6  0 
6  9 

5  6 

6  0 

4  0 

8  8 

1  7 

1  6 


6 

4 

0 

81 

3 

0 

8 

Oft 

0 

91 

1 

8 

0 

6i 

0 

Ok 

Jane  1889.] 


28 


Appendix  to  Clause  Ul—cantitiued. 


Articles. 


WATEBPEOOF  CLOTHlNa. 

Fea-jacketfl each 

Boots,  knee    • .         . .         . .         .  •         . .         •  •         . .  per  pair 

Oilskin    ..i?^ ~^^ 

\  trowsers  per  paii 

Sou* -westers each 

w.terp«>of  ..{s^^::    ::    ;;    ;;    ::    -^^ 

Wrappers  for  waterproof  coats each 

WINTER  CLOTHIWa. 

Boots,  knee    .  •         . .  . .  per  pair 

Cap,  fur  . .         . .  . .  . .  • .    each 

Comforter,  woollen    . .  . .  . .  . .  .7^       . .  . .       „ 

Drawers,  flannel        .  •  . .  . .  • .         . .  per  pair 

Jersejs  . .  . .  . .  •  •  . .  . .    each 

Mitts,  leather,  fur-lined  . .  . .  . .  . .         .  •  per  pair 


«. 
S 
8 
1 
0 
1 
1 
0 
0 


0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


d. 
6 
0 
0 
6 
0 
0 
4 
S 


2    6 


4 
1 

8 
4 
8 


29 


C^nne  1889. 


Appendix  to  Glaase  129. 


2 

P4 


*pdXo|daz9  eq  o%  unoq  pryox 


•»  to 

.s 

1.5 
•S  .9  & 

I  fs 

3    ^ 

^5.g 


SS! 

s  ~ 

S8! 

rHM( 


I 

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I 


04&)  04  04M  04     • 


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^f^  •'r^  •'^  ^C^  •9f"#  H^ 


*|pi  in  ffpunac  qS  '^vp 


X 


*flaoT)«pid9^ 


■   •   •   • 


•^*^*  ^"*  "!•  ^*  Hw 


I 


•JunX 


o 
,4 


ll*890ire)81(X 


82 

1-4  Ol 


1i 


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•;5  -a 


9 


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s 


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•     •     •   •  •    • 


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ISM.] 


30 


Appendix  to  Clause  ViQ—coatiniud. 


3  •  ^ 


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PQ 

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Q 

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f  s 


81 


[* 


Appendix  to  Clause  129--coniinued. 


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and 

reason  of 

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remaining 

untrained,  &o. 

• 

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09 

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ARMY   CIRCULARS, 

1882. 


WABOraiGSt 

1st  July  1882. 

The  following  Boyal  Warrant,  Regulations  and 
Instructions  are  promulgated  to  the  Army  by  direction 
of  the  Secretary  of  State  for  War. 


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X.-BXOinJLB  F0B0X& 

OUuM  188.  Boyal  Warrant— BetlMment  of  Ollloora  of  the  (lata) 

Indian  Artillery  and  Bn^inaera    .      —      ^      —       8 

9,      184.  AUowaaoo  BoffalationSy  ISSl-Foraco  AUowanoo     ^      4 

19      186.  AUowmnco  Bonlations,  1881— OiTiUan  Snbordinataa  <- 

TraTallinv  saEpanaea        .      —      .».-.-.       4 

„  186.  Tlnanoial  Inatniotiona»  1878— Privata  Property  of 
Soldiara  aantanoad  to  Panal  Sarrituda  or  Imprmon- 
mant  —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —      ——       6 


„      187.  Inatmotlona  to  OAoara  pairing  Panaionara        —      —       6 

f,  188.  Payment  of  the  Boyal  Artillary  ondar  the  recant 
Baormnisation  affeoted  by  General  Order  No.  78 
of  1888       —      —      —      —      --      —      --       6 

„      188.  Kanriad  Soldiara    --------       7 

,,      140.  ParaabyBaUway-      ---.----       8 

ZI.-A17XXUABT  AND  BB8BBVB  P0BCB8. 

„      141.  IMaoharfaa  of  Non^Oominiaalonad  OAoara  and  Ken  of 

the  Beffolar  Foroea  —      —      —      —      —      —      —       8 

MIUTIA. 
9,      148.  Pay  and  Allowanoea  of  Ken— Bounty  and  Stoppasaa       8 
„      148.  Baleaaaa  from  the  XiUtia    .---.-       8 

VOLUNTEERS. 

„      144.  Baclmantal  Oampa—     —      —     —      —      —     ——      8 


avitATzoirs  roa  trs  ooiianssAmzAT 


danaa  146.  Onatody  of  Snppliaa— laauaa  of  Goal  —  —  —  —  10 
„  146.  Oontraota— Oaneral  Beffolationa  ——>  —  —  —  11 
„      147.  Bxpenaa  Storea— Bedding    —      —      —      —      —      —      11 

LONDON : 
frtmUd  mmitr  CAt  9a0frUt0*4tmt*  tf  If vr  M^fttt^t  MiaHmtrf  Qtk«, 

AWD  iOLD  BY 
W.  CLOWtt  a  SONS  (UulUd ) ,  II,  ChAfliiv  Cron :  HA  RRISON  *  80NS.M,  PaU  lUU . 
W.  H.  ALLEN  a  Co..  IS.  Wucrioo  PUe^:  W.  MITCHILL,  M.  Chariof  CroM : 
LONOXANS  a  Co,  i^tomoMr  Kom:  TBUBNKa  a  Ool  V  a  aS.  Ln4c«t«  Uttl ; 
SftAlirOllP.Cbatlaf  CroMsC  XBCIaA  PaDL,  TBENCBaC«^l.^attnMttrS«Mi«; 

rnva  Oo,  1U  Eajd,  PorttM;  ▲.  a  C  BLACK.  S»taa«««a ; 

I.  nOM*  Co..  lSk9f  Btratt  AaTr  POKB^bV,  OnflM  Btmt,  Drius. 


Smiy  iS9B.]  2 


Contents    eontmumi. 


L-BBOXTI^AJt  F0B0S8.  ^ 

OUitM  148.  On&DOWder    and    Ammnnitlon  In   Mf  rin—    Mid 

StoMfl  in  oliarffe  of  TLoyl  ArtlU«nr      ^      —      —     » 


„      149.  Horsaolioes     ——-—      —      —      —      —      —      - 

IBO.  Alteration*  and  Additiima    —      —      -      -      —      -     !• 


ft 


II.-AXrZIUABT  FOBOBS. 
„      Ifll.  Beanlaitlonfl  for  BQuipiBABt  —      —      —      —      —      —     !• 


oXiOVHZira  amb  vaoassAmxas. 

x.-BBaTn:iAB  vobobs. 

Ola«a«  162.  Warrant  Offloora^Dlstlngnlahlnff  Badges  —      —      ~     M 
,,      158.  Part-worn  and  worn-oat  01othin#       —      —      —     —     17 

n.-ATTZIZiXABT  FOBOBB. 
MILITIA. 

IM.  Karklncr  01othin#  and  HtnitMilm  and  Aooofatrt-     ,^ 

monta—      —      —      —      —      •.      —      —      —      —     IT 


I.-BEatTLAB   FOBOES. 

Olamta  166.  Bacnlatlons  for  tho  Sniyply  of  0toroa  to  an  Army  in 

the  Field— Veterinary  XHpartment— KoneAhoea  —     18 


n.-AT7ZZX.XABT  AVX>  BBSBBTB  FOBOBS. 

MIUT1A. 
„      166.  Oommieeiona  in  the  Army    —      —      —      —      -.«.     if 

ARMY    RESERVE. 
167.  Beffulationa  for  the  Kohiliaation  of  the  First  OUaa 


18 
168.  Permiselon  to  quit  the  United  Kingdom    —      —      . 


,,      168.  ABirr  F0BX8  ABD  BOOBS      -*-.--..     |g 


Brrata  —      —      —      —      —      —      ^..      —      ^...g^l 


Appendix  to  CUiiee  148     —•-      —      «••»«»..«•       I 


[^«ljr  1S89. 


finance  (Begular  Forces)- 


FINANGE. 


z.-&sauz.Aa  roaoBS. 


Royal  Warrant— Retirement  of  Officers  of  the  (late)  Indian 

Artillery  and  Engineers. 

VICTORIA  R. 

Whereas  We  deem  it  expedient  to  amend  in  certain  respects  Clause  ISS 
the  Regulations  governing  the  retirement  of  Officers  of  Our  Royal 
(late  Indian)  Artillery^  and  Our  Royal  (late  Indian)  Engineers. 

Our  Will  and  Pleasure  is  that  Article  92 — III.  of  Our 
Warrant  of  11th  March  1882  be  cancelled,  and  that  the  following, 
which  shall  have  effect  from  the  1st  July  1881,  be  substituted  in 
lieu  thereof : — 


[,  An  Officer  of  Our  Royal  {late  Indian)  Ariilbry, 
or  Our  Royal  {late  Indian)  Emgineers^  who  shall  retire  on  a 
pension  unda^  Indian  Retiring  Regulations  after  the  following 
servicef  wz, : — 

If  a  General  Officer ^  five  years*  combined  service  as  Regi- 
mental Lieutenaitt'Colonely  Regimental  Colonel^  amd 
Major^Generaly  or  five  years*  combined  service  as  Regi- 
mental Lieutenant-Colonel  and  Major-General ; 

If  a  Regimental  Colonel^  five  years*  service  subsequently 
to  becoming  a  Regimental  Colonel; 

If  a  Regimental  Lieutenant-Colonel,  five  years*  senriee  in 
ike  rani; 

If  a  Regimental  Major,  seven  years'  service  in  the  rank ; 
If  a  Captainy  after  the  age  of  38  ; 

may  be  granted,  in  addition  to  such  pension,  the  extra-annuity 
specified  in  Art  97S—X1.  This  Article  shall  not  apply  to  an 
Officer  vho  shall  retire  after  tfie  2Sth  September  18SI,  on  the 
rates  of  pension  applicable  to  Officers  of  Our  Indian  Staff 
Corps^ 

Given  at  Our  Court  at  Windsor  this  28rd  day  of  June 
1882,  in  the  46th  year  of  Our  Reign. 

By  Her  Majesty's  Command, 

HUGH  C.  E.  CHILDERS. 

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Alluirazice  BcgriJAririis,  13S1— CiTiIiui  Subordinates— 

duit/hVii  ^'  ^'"^  follow;-:^  will  be  *tic*rlMtcti  for  paracrapL  4i>9  of  the 
A»l/>«ar.ci5  Rirjr J-^.'.r.s.  lN!?l  iAittt  F^or^Iaiicc*,  Vol.  I, 
Part  IILk— 


L  Civiiiau  Subordinates  on  iLe  Ptrrmauent  Establish* 

met t,  who  at  the  time  of  appoiuiment  arc  resident  in  the 

United  Kingdom,  will,  onjoiniug,  be  allowed  free  conTerance 

for  theriiHlves  and   their  families,  within  the  regulated  limit 

a«  to  the  a'.re  of  ti.e  children  {»(t  paragrapb  519);  but  no 

travcUin;^  allowances   will    be   granted.     They  will   also  on 

quitting  the  service  be  gmnted  free  conveyance,  as  above,  to 

their  bomet  in  the  United   Kingdom,  except  in  the  case  ot 

diftmifisal  whiht  serving  at  a  home  station,  or  of  Tolontarr 

renignation.     The  cost  of  conveyance  of  the   families  will 

aliK)  be  allowed  when  civilian  subordinates  ire  tran^iferred  for 

permanent  duty  from  one  station  to  another. 


LdTnly  imt. 


Finance  (Begolar  Forces)— can<intt«f. 


PAaaAOBs  OS  boabd  ship — ozyzliav  sttboboxhaxxs. 

2.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  698  of  the  Clause  135 
above-mentioned  Regulations :—  •ontimmed. 

608«  Civilians  holding  subordinate  appointments  such 
as  assistant  clerks,  temporary  clerks,  commissariat  store- 
keepers, and  master  artificers  will,  when  proceeding  on  public 
dat^,  be  allowed  intermediate  or  second-class  passages,  when 
available.  Artisans  and  skilled  labourers  will  be  allowed 
steerage  or  third-class  passage. 

B9Sa.  Civilian  Subordinates  on  the  Permanent  Establish- 
ment, who  at  the  time  of  their  appointment  were  resident  in 
the  United  Kingdom,  will,  if  quitting  the  service  at  a  foreign 
station  (except  in  the  case  of  voluntary  resignation),  be 
granted  free  passages  for  themselves  and  their  families  to  the 
United  Kingdom.  Any  subordinate  locally  appointed  will 
not  be  so  entitled. 


Financial  InstractionSi  1879— Private  Property  of  Soldiers 
sentenced  to  Penal  Servitude  or  Imprisonment 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  parsgraphs  818a  and  8186,  Clause  136 
added  to  the  Financial  Instructions,  1879,  by  Clause  183,  Army 
Circulars,  1881  :— 

818a.  When  articles  of  private  property  belonging  to  a 
soldier  sentenced  to  penal  servitude  or  imprisonment  are  sold 
under  the  authority  contained  in  the  Queen's  Regulations, 
the  proceeds,  together  with  any  money  belonging  to  the 
soldier,  will  be  credited  to  the  public  in  the  accounts  of  the 
corps  to  which  he  belongs,  and  he  should  be  directed  to 
make  application  to  the  War  Office  on  his  rdease  for  the 
amount  due. 

8186.  A  report  of  the  amount  realised,  and  of  the 
account  in  which  the  credit  will  be  given,  will  be  sent  to  the 
War  Office  by  the  Paymaster  of  the  Corps. 


Instructions  to  Officers  paying  Pensioners. 

1.  Revised  Instructions  to  Officers  paying  Pensioners  have  ni^n^^  137 
been  approved,  and  have  been  issued  to  those  concerned. 

2.  Clause  39,  Army  Circulars,   1882,  and  the  Instructions 
issued  therewith^  are  herebv  cpuc^elled, 


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Finance  (Regular  Forces)— <?w^«»««^ 

Payment  of  the  Boyal  Artillery  under  the  Reorganization 
effected  by  General  Order  No.  72  of  1S82. 

Clause  138  !•  The  Depots  and  Militia  Brigades  of  the  \anous  Royal 
Artillery  Territorial  Divisions,  as  detailed  in  General  Order  No.  72 
of  1882,  together  with  the  Staff  of  Hor^e,  Field,  and  Gaxrison 
Artillery  serving  in  those  Divisions,  will,  for  the  present,  be  iu  the 
payment  of  the  undermentioned  Paymasters : — 

Mo,  1,  Northern  Difiaion,  in  the  pajmeul  of  Pajmaster  R.A.,  Sheffield. 

Slieffieli. 
DoTor. 
Dover. 
Woolwich 
Poriemouth. 
Deronpori. 
Leith  Fort. 
Devon  poii. 
Dublin. 
Cork. 

2.  From  the  Ist  of  July  1882,  Paymasters  of  Artillery  Financial 
Districts  will  cease  to  transmit  the  Quarterly  Non-Training  Pay 
Liat,  Army  Form  N  1493,  to  the  War  Office  as  soon  aa  it  has  been 
completed.  This  form  will,  until  further  notice,  be  scut  with  the 
Touchers  to  the  Artillery  District  Pay  List. 

3.  The  pay  and  allowances  of  the  Militia  Permanent  Staff 
will  be  entered  by  the  Paymaster  of  the  Artillery  Financial 
District  in  Form  1  of  Army  Form  N  1493.  The  totals  of  that 
and  of  the  other  forms  will  be  carried  to  the  General  State  of  the 
Artillery  District  Pay  List,  Army  Form  N  1463,  under  their 
appropriate  heads  of  service* 

4.  Forms  3  and  9  of  Army  Form  N  1493  will,  in  future,  be  left 
blank.  The  enrolment  expenses  hitherto  entered  in  Form  8  will 
be  carried  in  gross  to  the  General  State  of  the  Artillery  District 
Pay  List,  the  entry  beinji^  supported  by  the  details  rendered  by  the 
Accountant  on  Army  Form  O  1673.  The  charges  and  credits 
hitherto  entered  in  Form  9  will  be  entered  in  the  General  State  of 
the  Artillery  District  Pay  List,  under  iheir  appropriate  heads  of 
service,  the  entries  being  supported  by  the  necessary  vouchers. 

5.  The  pay  and  allowances  of  Militia  recruits  attached  to  a 
Royal  Artillery  Depot  during  drill  on  enlistment,  together  with  the 
bounty  payable  at  the  termination  of  drill,  will  be  issued  by  the 
Officers  commanding  the  depot  batteries  to  which  the  men  are 
attached. 

6.  Officers  commanding  depdt  batteries  will  include  the 
amounts  required  for  the  pay,  bounty,  and  allowances  of  Militia 
recruits  in  tlieir  estimates  of  the  amounts  required  lor  the  payment 
of  the  men  of  their  own  batteries.  The  amounts  so  required  will 
be  issued  direct  to  Officers  commanding  batteries  by  the  Royal 
Artillery  Paymaster. 


[Su%j  1S8«. 


Finance  (Begular  Forces)— «m^tn«MiL 


7.  The  following  separate  accounts  will  be  kept  for  Militia 

recruits  attached  to  a  Royal  Artillery  Depdt  during  drill  on  enlist-  Clause  138 
ment : —  coMim¥9d. 

Pay  and  Messing  Sheet  (Army  Form  N  1500). 
MUitia  Uecruit  Drill  Pay  List  (Army  Form  N  1632). 
Company  Ledger  (Army  Book  142). 

8.  The  Recruit  Drill  Pay  List,  referred  to  in  the  preceding 
paragraph^  will  be  rendered  monthly  to  the  Royal  Artillery  Pay- 
master at  the  same  time  as  the  Royal  Artillery  Dep6t  Pay  List^ 
the  totals  of  the  abstract  of  the  Recruit  Drill  Pay  List  being  carried 
to  the  abstract  of  the  Royal  Artillery  Dep6t  Pay  List.  One  Pay 
List  (Army  Form  O  1673),  in  which  will  be  embodied  the  Recruit 
Drill  Pay  Lists,  will  be  compiled  by  the  Royal  Artillery  Paymaster 
for  each  quarter.  The  charges  and  credits  included  in  Army  Form 
O  1678  will  be  carried  into  the  Artillery  District  Pay  List,  and 
distributed  under  their  appropriate  heads  of  service. 

9.  The  CSommand  Pay  and  Allowances  of  Officers  of  Royal 
Artillery,  including  extra-duty  pay  of  Acting  Adjutants,  will  be 
issued  by  the  Paymasters  mentioned  in  paragraph  1,  except  that 
at  Aldershot  these  payments  will  be  made  by  the  Paymaster  of  the 
ArtiDery  ISnaneial  District. 

10.  At  Foreign  Stations  the  Royal  Artillery  Command  Pay  will 
be  charged  in  the  pay  list  of  the  battery  in  whicb  the  pay  of  the 
acting  Staff  of  Royal  Artillery  in  the  Command  is  charged. 

il.  The  necessary  certificates  for  allowanoea  will  be  furnished 
by  the  Commissariat  Officer  of  the  stations  at  which  the  Royal 
^jrtillery  Staff  may  be  serving. 

12.  Paragraphs  362a  and  8626^  added  to  the  Financial  In- 
structions, 1879,  by  Clause  2i4,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  and  para- 
graph 778  of  the  Regulations  for  the  Militia^  1880  (Army 
Regulations^  Vol.  VIIL),  are  hereby  cancelled. 

Married  Soldiers. 

The  Secretary  of  State  for  India  in  Council  has  approved  of  Clause  139 
the  undermentioned  arrangements  in  regard  to  the  married  roll  of 
British  troops  in  India. 

I.  The  following  will  be  the  married  establishment  of  Corps 
now  in  India : — 

^v siTUit OiBosft  ..  ••  JLu. 

Kon-commiBaioiwd  offioert,  Claates  1,  2»  and  3 ^  *j:    .  ^^* 

Cavalry   . .  6  per  cent.      . .  ^  ""    ' 
8  per  cent,  for 


eiawei4and5 


•     A  1^11— 1  the  next  5  years, 
Artillery  ^  ^^^^  ^  ^^  ^^^^ 


To  be  reduced  to 
tbeee  propor- 
tions by  ab- 
lorbing  alter- 
nate Tacanoiat* 


Jnfantry  . .  4  per  cent 

The  percentage  will  be  calculated  on  the  Establishment  of  the 
Corps^  or,  in  the  case  of  the  Royal  Artillery,  on  the  establishuieut 
of  each  Batterj. 


Jaljr  1889.]  8 


Flxiance  (Begnlar  Foroe8)-H»iatiiiMdL 


Clause  139       2.  Corps  of  all  arms  proceeding  to  India  will  be  allowed  to 

oonHn%$d»    embark  the  families  of  Warrant  Officers,  of  all  non-oommiaaioDed 

officers  in  Classes  1, 2^  and  8,  and  of  4  per  cent,  of  Classes  4  and  5. 

8.  AH  men  of  the  Roval  Engineers  may  be  bone  on  the 
married  establishment. 

4.  Clause  ISO,  Army  Circulars,  1872»  and  Clause  28,  Araj 
Circulars^  1878,  are  hereby  cancelled. 

Fares  by  Bailway. 

Clause  140  Arrangements  have  been  made  with  the  Highland  Bailwaj 
Company  under  which  Officers  and  soldiers*  traTelling  between 
Fort  George  and  London,  will  be  conveyed  at  the  undermentioned 
fares : — 

OSkoen.  ICflB* 

For  partief  of  25  and  upwardi 4it.  each.        SS*.  eaek. 

„  under  26,  or  for  single  indiTidnali        COv.    „  SOr.    „ 


tes  of  Non-Commissioned  Officers  and  Man  of  the 

Begolar  Forces. 

Clause  141        1*  ^^  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  5  of  Clause  20 K 
Army  Circulars,  1880  : — 

Sa.  A  Descriptive  Return  on  Army  Form  D  400  will  also 
be  forwarded  with  the  discharge  documents  of  non-com- 
missioned officers,  trumpeters^  drummers,  and  buglers,  when 
recommended  for  pension  or  increase  of  Line  pension  on 
discharge  from  the  Permanent  Staff  of  the  Auxiliary  Forces. 

2.  This  addition  will  also  be  introduced  into  the  regulationi 
referred  to  in  paragraph  6  of  the  above-mentioned  clause. 

KILITIA. 


Pay  and  Allowances  of  Men. 

BOUVTY  AVD  STOPPAOBa. 

rioiittAlAQ        1*  ^^'^  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  577  of  the 
^^^^*''^*^  Regulations    for    the    Militia,    1880    (Army    Regulations,  Vol. 
VIII.)  :— 

6TTa.  A  Militiaman  who  during  any  portion  of  the 
training  is  in  hospital  on  account  uf  sickness  which  is  certified 
to  be  the  result  of  his  own  misconduct,  will  be  liable  to  a 
stoppage  of  the  bounty  payable  to  him  for  that  trainings  at 
the  rate  of  8(f.  a  day  for  each  day  tt^^t  be  may  be  in  hospital. 


9  [JuljrlM*. 


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Fi2iance  (Auxiliary  and  Reserve  Forces)— conemt^d. 


2.  The  following  will  be  Bubstitutetl  for  paragraphs  640  and 
658  of  the  aboye-mentioned  Begnlations : —  Clause  142 

•40«  A  Militiaman,  when  absent  from  training,  when  in  ^* 
prison,  or  when  in  hospital  on  account  of  sickness  caused 
by  an  offence,  will  forfeit  his  pay  under  the  same  conditions 
as  are  laid  down  in  Articles  766  to  771  of  the  Boyal  Warrant 
of  the  11th  March  1882,  with  respect  to  soldiers  of  the 
Kegolar  Forces. 

640ii.  A  Militiaman  sent  to  his  home  as  temporarily 
or  permanently  unfit,  is  entitled  to  receive  pay  for  the  days 
of  actual  attendance  only. 

€58.  A  Militiaman,  when  in  hospital,  will  be  subject  to 
stoppages  at  the  following  daily  rates,  viz. : — 

Men.        Boji. 

When  supplied  with  hoepital  diet    . ,  »,       7d.  6d, 

When  reoeiTing  medical  oomforte,  but  not  supplied  \  oj  oj 

with  hospital  diet    •  •  . .  j 

These  stoppages  will  not  be  levied  for  the  day  of  his 
admission  into-  hospital,  even  though  supplied  with  medical 
comforts,  unless  he  is  placed  on  the  hospital  dietary  for  that 
day. 

8.  Paragraph  654  is  hereby  cancelled. 


Releases  from  the 

ISSirSO  AS  A  SriGIAL  ABMT  CIBCTTLAB,  OK  THI  17t1^  JVVlt  1882.) 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  625  of  the  Clause  143 
Regulations  for  the  Militia,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.}, 
as  amended  by  Clause  65,  Army  Circulars,  1882 : — 

•95.  A  Militiaman  who  volunteers  and  is  enlisted  and 
approved  for  the  Regular  Forces,  under  paragraph  199,  will 
receive,  with  the  consent  of  the  Officer  Commanding  the 
Militia  Regiment,  the  bounty  to  which  he  would  have  been 
entitled  if  he  had  completed  the  training.  The  same  rule 
will  apply  to  re-enlisted  Militiamen.  A  recruit,  however,  will 
not  be  granted  bounty  unless  he  shall  have  completed  42  days' 
drill,  including  any  portion  of  the  period  of  training,  subse- 
quently to  his  enlistment  into  the  Militia. 

VOLUNTEERS. 

Regimental  Camps. 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  914  of  the(«i|^^30X44 
Regulations  for  the  Volanteer  Force,  1881  (Army  Regulations, 
VoK  IX.)  :— 

•14.  When  a  Volunteer  Corps  forms  a  Regimental  Camp, 
an  additional  camp  allowance,  to  cover  travelling  ejipQuseS) 


^My  1S8«.]  10 

Finance  (Auxiliary  and  Reserve  Fiaceai)-«>ntin»»ed, 

Clause  144         will  be  granted  at  the  following  rates  and  under  the  following 
contiHued.  conditions  for  each  Officer,   non-commissioned  officer,   and 

private  who  attends  the  camp  either  for  a  period  ot  not  le»s 
than  three  days,  or  for  the  performance  of  battalion  drill,  or 
annual  gun  practice,  or  for  the  annual  inspection  :^» 


#.  c. 


I.  Artillory  Volunteers. — If  tiie  plice  at  which  the  B^fp- 
ment^l  Camp  is  held  is  more  than  five  miles  from  the 
authorized  drill  station  of  the  batterj  of  which  th* 
OiEcer,  noa-oommiBnoncd  offloer  or  gnniMr  ii  • 
nember  ••  ••         •#         •••(* 

n.  Volnntcers  other  thin  Artillery. — If  the  plare  at  whirk 
the  BegiiiicDtal  Camp  is  held  it  more  jhao  £▼•  miles 
from  the  Head-Quarters  of  the  Corps     . .  .  •  ..26 

ni.  Volunteers  other  than  Artillery. — ^If  the  Officer,  iK»n- 
eommissioced  officer,  or  prirate,  belongs  to  a  detached 
troop  or  company,  or  attached  corps,  having  lU 
authorised  drill  station  at  a  greater  d'sUmce  than  £▼• 
niles  from  the  Head-Quarters  of  the  Corps       ••         ..     i    0 


•14a.  The   allowance  granted    by   paragraph   914 — II. 

will  not  be  issued  for  an  Officer,  non-commissioned  officer, 

or  private,  for  whom  the  allowance   granted   hj  paragraph 
914— III.  is  claimed. 


BEGULATIONS  FOR  THE  COMMISSABIAT  AKD 

TRANSPOBT  STAFF. 

Custody  of  Suppliea— Issues  of  Coal. 

Clause  145  ^'  '^^^  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  164  of  thf 
Regulations  for  the  Commissariat  and  Transport  Staff,  1881  (Annj 
Regulations,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  I.)  :— 

164a.  Small  coal  will  be  issued  with  large  coal  in  fair 
proportion,  so  as  to  prevcut  any  accumulation  of  slack. 

2.  The  following  will   be  added  after  Paragraph  167  of  tLr 
above-mentioned  Regulations : — 

16Ya.  The  quantity  of  coal  which  an  ordiuai*y  coal  tray 
will  contain  is  80  lbs. ;  but  as  this  weight  is  subject  to  Tana* 
tion,  a  tray  of  coal  will  be  weighed  occasionally  to  avoid  the 
possibility  of  either  over  or  under  issues. 

IBlb.  This  will  also  be  done  whenever  the  troops  wish 
the  weight  to  be  tested,  and  whenever  any  change  it  made 
either  in  the  description  of  the  coal  or  in  the  pit  from  which 
it  is  obtained. 


11  a«i7i999. 


Regulations  for  the  Commissariat  and  Transport  Staff—^on^' 


Crontracts— 'General  Begulations. 

The  following  will  be  inserted   after   paragraph   281    of  ^^e  q^qjii)  ]^4q 
Regulations  for  the  Commissariat   and   Transport   Stafi^    1881 
(Anny  Regulations^  Vol.  IV.,  Part  I.)  : — 

«81a.  Late  tenders  will  be  marked  "  a,"*  "  6,"  "  <?/'  &c, 
and  scheduled  separately,  and  will  be  recommended  for 
acceptance  in  those  cases  only  where  no  tender  has  been 
received  in  proper  time,  or  when  the  delay  is  clearly  attri- 
butable to  the  Post  Office.  The  envelope  will  accompany  the 
tender,  the  exact  time  of  receipt  being  recorded  thereon. 


Expense  Stores— Bedding. 

1.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  559  of  the  Clause  147 
Regulations  for  the  Commissariat  and  Transport   Staff  (Army 
Regulations,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  I.)  :— 

SSD.  In  hospitals  and  barracks  where  hair  is  use^  for 
filling  beds,  the  following  quantities  will  be  allowed  for  this 
service: — 

For  etch  Hospital  case,  bed,  in  three  pieces,  24  lb.     Oross  weight,  881b.  11  os 


„                „            one  piece,  24  lb. 

•* 

281b. 

w         bolster  case,  8  ib.  8  os. 

)t 

4  lb.  6  OS. 

w         pillow,  large,  2  lb.  8  oi. 

!• 

31b. 

,t         pillow,  small,  10  os. 

tt 

14  OS. 

Barrack  bed  case,  18  lb. 

t| 

21  Ib.  3  OS. 

„       bolster  case,  2  lb. 

'1 

2  lb.  9  OS. 

2.  At  stations  where  the  hospital  bed  in  one  piece  has  been 
made  up  to  the  gross  weight  of  29  lb.,  in  accordance  with  the 
directions  contained  in  paragraph  569  of  the  above-mentioned 
R^ulations,  all  such  beds,  when  re-made,  will  be  reduced  to  28  lb., 
and  will  be  marked  consecutively  from  one  upwards,  thus — ^,  ^f, 
and  so  on,  in  order  to  distinguish  them  when  issacd  from  others 
of  the  old  weight  in  use  by  the  troops. 

3.  A  record  will  be  kept  of  the  numbers  of  the  beds  re-made, 
until  the  whole  of  the  beds  in  one  piece  at  the  station  have  been 
reduced  to  the  proper  gross  weight. 


Suly  1S99.]  U 

Equipment  Begulations  (Begnlar  Forces). 

EQUIPMENT  BEOULATI0N& 
t^mnrnviMAM  romoBS. 

Gnnpowder  and  Ammunition  in  Magazmes  and  Stores  in 

chaise  of  Boy  ai  Artillery. 

Clause  148  1.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraphs  150  and 
152  of  the  Equipment  Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regolatioos, 
Vol.  III.)  :— 

150.  All  inspections  of  tubes  and  fuses  in  Royal  Artilkry 
charge  will  be  canied  on  at  the  several  dep6ts  in  Royal  Artillery 
charge,  in  accordance  with  the  instructions  contaioed  in 
Appendix  Villa. 

Ift9.  The  Officer  Commanding  Royal  Artillery  will  be 
held  responsible  that  the  inspections  alluded  to  in  paragraph 
150  are  regularly  carried  out|  and  in  the  event  of  lua  finding 
anything  wrong,  he  will  at  once  report  the  circamstanoe  to 
the  General  Officer  Commanding. 

2.  The  words  "  or  for  inspection ''  will  be  omitted  firom  the 
end  of  paragraph  154. 

3.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  155 : — 

155.  When  cylinders  have  been  opened  for  immediate 

use  and  their  contents  have  not  been  used  up,  they  will  be 
returned  to  the  Ordnance  Store  Department,  and  complete 
cylinders  will  be  issued  in  their  place. 

4.  The  Appendix  to  this  Clause,  pages  21  and  22,  will  be 
inserted  after  Appendix  VIII.  of  the  Equipment  Regulations, 
1881,  and  Officers  Commanding  Royal  Artillery  will  at  once  pot 
forward  demands  for  the  books  and  forms  required  for  carrying 
out  the  instructions  contained  therein,  and  will  limit  their  requisi- 
tions to  the  numbers  actually  required  in  their  commands. 

Horseshoes. 

Clause  149       ^^^^  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  343  of  the 
Equipment  Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  VoL  III.) : — 

843*  Horseshoes^  when  not  demanded  in  particular  si»i» 
will  be  supplied  to  the  several  services  according  to  the 
following  scale : — 

SSperMot^Kal. 


CaraJfy,  w  per  Mtablish 


aiN 


''riding  hortM 


ment^     .1.0     MUit.17.  ^^^^  ^,,^  f^ 


Polica, 


r 
Roval     Artillerj,    Rojal 

Kuf^tnccrs,       Infantry, 

and  CommUsariat  and< 

Tniusport  Corpn,  an  per 

^•^bU«hmeot. 


50  ^  hS. 

25  ,.  „  S. 

71  M  «  ^ 

reg:inienUl  ^  SO  „  ^  S^ 

tmufport  L  9  •  I.  «  •^ 

ri2  „  .  L 

riding  horftc*      • ,  ^  38  ,,  ^  t. 

L60  „  « a 

draught  hones  . «  <{  20  „  ,*  ^ 


(71 


u 


19  [^nly  19S9. 

Equipment  Begolations  (Begolar  Forces)—  continued. 

Alterations  and  Additions. 

Alterations  in,  and  additions  to,  the  Equipment  Regulations,  (JlauselSO 
1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  III.)>  ^^1^  ^^  made  as  follows : — 

Page  85— 

Paragraph  191,  Ist  line,  /or  "  Brigade  Dep6ts,  Depots,"  read 
"Infantry." 

Page  85— 

Paragraph  198,  2nd  line,  remove  **  and  shields  with  numerals, 
for  valises,"  and  in  Ist  line  insert  "and  "  before  "  water/' 

Page  77— 

Table  1  should  be  revised  as  under — 


2&dli]ie  to 
A.  Dep.,  B.H.A. . .  |  A  Baiterj,  BepAt,  Royal  Horse  Artillery. 

3Td  line  to  r«acl*-> 

C.  8,  B.A.  .  •  I  C  Battery,  3rd  Brigade,  Royal  ArtUIery. 

4th  line  to  read — 
Dep.,B.A.,  Lan.  D.    Dep6t,  Royal  Artillciy,  Lancaahire  Division. 
or  Lon.  D. 

6th  line  from  bottom  of  table  to  read — 
2nd  Lan.  Begt.    . .     2nd  Battalion,  The  King's  Own  (Royal  Lancaahire 

Regiment). 

6lh  line  from  bottom  to  read — 
1ft  B.H.  Begt.    . .  I  iBt  Battalion,  Black  Watch  (Royal  Highlanders). 

4ih  line  from  bottom  to  read — 

lit  B.  Brigade     . .  |  Ist  Battalion,  The  Rifle  Brigade  (Prince  Consort's 

I      Own). 

3rd  line  from  bottom  to  rettd — 
6th  Co.,  C.T.C.    •  •  I  6th  Company,  Commissariat  and  Transport  Corps. 

Page  78,  column  of  examples — 

For  C.  5,  B,A.,  read  C.  3,  R.A.,  twice. 


Page  79,  column  of  exaroph 

Far  6th  Co.,  Tpt.,  read  6th  Co.,  C.T.C,  and  wherever  Tpt. 

occurs,  substitute  C.T.C. 
For  2nd,  4th  Begt.,  read  2nd,  Lan.  Regt. 

Page  80— 

Paragraph  425, 4th  line. — Terminate  first  sentence  after  word 
*'  troops,"  commence  new  sentence  thus :  "  ^Vith  the  excep- 
tion of  bayonets  and  their  scabbards,  they  will  receive.  .  J' 
Omit  the  word  "  with." 

Add  to  the  paragraph,  *^  Bayonets  and  their  scabbards,  as 
well  as  the  parts  of  arms  detailed  in  paragraph  436,  will 
receive  numbers  only.*' 

Page  80^ 

Paragraph  426,  last  line. — /Vr  the  word  ''stamped,"  nad 
"  pUccd.^' 


July  1999.1  14 

Equipment  Begulations  (Begular  Forces)— <rofiiffiw^<f. 

Page  so- 
cialise 150         Paragraph  427,   1st  line. — A/ter  the   worJ    "arms,"    ad^ 
d,  *'  except    the   scabbards  of  Infantry  Staff-Serjeants,   and 

drummers  swords,  and  of  dirks/' 
3rd  line. — Bring  up  the  word  ''  pistols  '*  from  5th  line. 
4th  \\ne.— After  ''  eVinch/'  add  "  and  A-inch." 
5th  line — Omit  the  words  **dirk  scabbards,"  and  add  the 

word  "steel*'  before  "  sword-scabbards." 
7th  line. — Add  "  steel ''  again  before  "  sword-scabbards." 
8th  line. — Strih  out "  letters  and.*' 

Add  to  the  paragraph,  "  Scabbards  of  Infantry  Staff-Serjeants, 
and  drummers  swords,  and  of  dirks  will  be  engrayed." 

Page  80— 

Paragraph   428,  3rd    line. ^Strike    out    the    words    ''dirk 

scabbards,  pistols." 
To  the  detail  of  stamps,  add  after  "letters,  f-inch,*'  "and 

/r-inch  (a?  required)."     "  Sf  t. .      . .      1." 

Pages  80,  81— 

Paragraph  429  to  be  cancelled  and  the  following  sub^tiiuted : — 

4L99*  The  following  examples  illustrate  the  applicaition  of 
the  Corps  marks :  — 

A. A.,  B.H.A.  . .  A  Battery,  A  Bnga'le,  Kojal  Hone  Artillery. 

C.  8,  E.A.  . .  C  Battery,  3rd  Brigade,  Royal  ArtiUerr. 

2,  B.A.,  N.D.  ..  2nd  Battery,  Ist  Brigade,  Eoyal  Artillerr.  Northen 

Division. 

1«  R.l!.    . .  let  Company,  Royal  Engineers. 

A.,  R.R.  . .  A  Troop,  Royal  Engineers. 

D.,  R.E.T.  . .  DepAt,  Royal  Engineer  Troops. 

5  D.Q.     . .  . .  drd  Dragoon  Guardv. 

6  D.         . .  . .  6th  Dra^joona. 

10  H 2'Uh  Hussars. 

S  L.         . .  . .  6th  Lancers. 

1,  Q.G.   ..  ..  lei  Bnttalion,  Grenadier  Guards. 

1,  C.G.    ..  ,.  2nd  Btittalion,  Coldhtream  Guards. 

1,  S.G.    ..  ..      l>t  Battalion,  Scotfl  Guards. 

2,  Lan 2nd   Battalion,   The    King's   Own    (Royal    LftSMrtsr 

Rt»ginient). 

1,  R.H Ui  Battnlion,  Blaeic  Thatch  (RoraJ  ffig]iknd«r«). 

1,  R.B 1st  Battalion,  The  Kiflc  Brigade  (rrince  Consort's Owb) 

28  R.D 23rfl  R<£rimental  District  (Dcp6t  of  The  Royal  Wtlsfc 

Fusihers). 

K.R.R.,  D..        ..  Kin«x'«  Boynl  Rifle  Corps,  DepAt. 

1  W.I.    ..  ..  1st  West  India  R^^jjiment. 

A.H.C.    . .  . .  Army  Hospital  Corp*. 

Paragraph  430  to  read  as  follows  : — 
Pago  81  — 

430.  Arms  supplied  to  the  depots  of  the  Royal  Artillery 
will  be  marked  with  the  distinetive  letter  of  the  b^ittery  in 
the  depot  of  the  Royal  Horse  Artillery;  and  with  the  Terri- 
torial  Dirision  letters  in  the  case  of  depots  of  the  CrarrisoQ 
Artillery,  thus — 

A.  ben.,  R.H.A.  . .     A  Baf tcry,  Dpp6t,  RotaI  Horso  Artilli-fy 

Dt*p  ,  K.A.,  L.I).  . ,     Dep6»,  Royal  ArtiUery,  LancMhire  Diruioa 


15  [<I«ly  1999. 

Equipment  Begnlations  (Regular  FoTCBs)—contftMed. 
Pftge82— 

Paragraph  436^  let  line. — For  the  word  ''stamped'^  ^^<>^  Clause  150 
''placed." 

Page  84— 

Paragraph  445,  add  to  this  paragraph  as  follows  : — 

"The  territorial  name  or  letters  will  be  marked,  by 
stencilling,  on  the  outside  of  the  flap,  as  directed  in  the 
Instmctions  for  Marking  promulgated  with  Clause  45,  Armj 
Circulars,  1882/' 

Page  85 — 

Paragraph  447*,  2ad  line,  /or  ''  Brigade  Depfit,"  nmd  <'  Regi- 
mental Depdt/' 

Page  86,  paragraph  455 — 

For  A.  96  Rt  read  A.  I,  Man. 

1871.  1882. 

For  P.  1/15  Rt.  read  F.  1,  E.Y. 

1852.  1882. 

Page  86,  paragraph  458 — 

Ist  line,  for  "  Brigade  Depfits,"  read  ''  Regimental  DepAts.^ 
4th  line,  for  "  Brigade  Dep6t,''  read  "  Regimental  District/ 
5th  line,  after  the  word  *'  arms,*'  cuid  "  and  in  accordance  with 

§  2  of  the  Instructions  for  Marking  Equipment  issued  with 

Clause  45,  Army  Circulars,  1882." 

Page  118,  Table  20— 

The  detail. of  stamps  for  accoutrements  and  arms  to  be  super- 
seded by  the  detail  in  the  Instructions  for  Marking  Equip- 
ment, issued  with  Clause  45,  Army  Circulars,  1882.  Foot- 
notes *  and  t  remain  in  force. 


Requisitions  for  Equipment. 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  511  of  ^^^  (Jlause  ICl 
Volunteer  Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  IX.),  and 
for  paragraph  1126  of  the  Militia  Regulations,  1880  (Army  Regu- 
lations, Vol.  VllF.),  as  amended  by  Clause  46,  Army  Circulars, 
1882:— 

All  requisitions  for  Artillery  equipments  will  be  forvrarded 
by  Officers  Commanding  Brigades  and  Corps  through  the 
Officer  Commanding  Royal  Artillery  in  the  District,  to  the 
Ordnance  Store  Officer,  who  will  deal  with  requisitions  for 
exchange  of  Artillery  stores  generally  in  the  usual  manner, 
but  will  forward  those  for  new  equipments,  or  for  tlic  exchange 
of  guns  and  carriages,  for  the  consideration  of  the  Director  of 
Artillery  and  Stores,  previously  inserting  iu  the  proper  column 
the  articles  which  can  be  supplied  from  the  station. 


4^f  M^M.: 


A  4 


C\^ifj±L^  and  Veceaaazies 


CLOTHIH&  A5I)  ITECESSABZES 


C^'ia^  IS2 


Wirrant  0ff:firT3~DT??trr  g^^htrg 

1.  Wirrar.t  Ofi^^ert  of  the  scfenl  brmiices  ct  tie  ser?: 
w^ji/  ba/l:^^  on  the  rl^it  forearm  as  f-llcv^ : — 

C*v»ii7     ^,  ••  ..  ..A  rvr.'frx. 

"lit  %^  tai,  Claa*  KAHt^r  G  jjuki ^.  a  pa 
mz.ti  cTT'^iu 

IC/>7ai  Artu««r7 -  r»^.->T  Wsmit  Cr!L-<r«.  »  spo*^  =&!▼ 

3H    Com    Mjrff<r^:i=j>r^.    *-3    «  £.-< 

K/i^d  Er.jrrxn,,         ,.         ..      A  rxrwu. 
i '/fA  f^^iMTi*        ••  ..  ••      A  cTowr- 

irifft/.trr,  except  R.fie  R*-g.ar.ei:ti ',      of  the  t ^riic  ar-i  irwrk  :  r.:4».A  brx.i  &1  -£ 

I       the  bottom  ot  tire  cc„  xr  a£.d  rc,;^  J  lam 
tho<u  jier  Knr«. 

K<fl^  R^nm^T^M  ,•  ..  .»      A  crown. 

W*-*!  I/i'liA  H^2irrteui»  ..  ••      A  crown. 

hlttff  tfi  the  Anftf  . .      i:^^ir^  as  for  •* Irifxctrr.  exc<^4  R^««  '•' 

O/rr.iriiw^iAnat     arvi     T  ran*  port   1    . 

0,rp« ..  j^^'"^ 

( yrfiui^rir^  HU/Tf:  CffTjm     ..  ..      A  crown. 

Arrny  H^^fMtal  Corp*     ..  ..      A  cruwn  and  G.^neTa  rriw. 

Cory  of  Military  Jjabourrr*     ,,      Same  as  for  **  Infaatrj,  exi>«pi  R.fira.* 

(  ory/t  of  Orrl nance  Artiiicen    .  •      A  crown. 

Military  Mounted  Folic*  ..      A  crown. 

A  crown  and  crowed  nfle«,  loeether  with 
i'inch  lace  round  the  top  of  the  co  .ar 

hihtfol  of  Miukctry        ..  ••  •{      and  on  the  cut!*  of  the  tunic  and  inxk  : 

ruMiia   braid   aii*n^    the    U  ttoiii  of    tt^ 
collar  and  round  the  shoulder  ?tr*p«. 
I  A  crriwn  and  cn>*«e<l  wwoni*,  to^e'her  w.'t 
j       4 -inch   W'O   round  the  top  of  the  o"«i.ir 

C*<'hool  of  (I)  Anai»ti(-t    ..  ••  •{       and  on  the  cuffs  of  the  tunic  and  tr\«rk  : 

I      ru*«ia   braid    alonj;    the    Uutcn   of   i.-e 
[^     collar  and  round  tlic  el.oulder  Urap*. 

Hr horil  of  Gunnery         ..  ••      A  crown. 

f  A  crown,  together  with   i-inch  lace  rocL«l 

Staff  Colhge        .«  .•  ,,  i      the  tup  of  the  collar  of  the   tumc  ai.i 

[      frock. 

School  of  Cookery  ..  . .      Sa-ne  a^  for  *'  Infantry,  exc<.pt  Riilet/' 

Hot al  Military  AcikU  in V  «.      A  rro¥rn. 

Koial  Military  Colh'go  '. .  ..      Sume  as  for  "St/iff  College." 

f^-inch  lace  round  the  top  of  ttie  cvkUar.  an  J 
on  the  cull's  of  the  tunic  and  frock  ;  ru»«i* 
braid  alonj?  the  bottom  of  the  collar.  atJ 
shoulder  knots,  us  at  preMnU 
other  services  ••      A «  at  present. 
8choolzuosters      ..         ..         ••      As  at  present. 

2.  Chevroni  will  uot  be  woru. 


17  [<iuly  l8ftS9. 

Clothing  and  Necessaries  (Begular  Force8>-^con/in«ei. 

8.  For  cloaks  or  greatcoats  the  particulars  laid  down  in  para-  Clause  152 
graph  1  regarding  half-inch  lace  and  russia  braid  will  not  apply.       oontxnmed. 

4.  Chevrons  and  badges  on  garments  not  out  of  date  on  the 
1st  April  1882,  or  on  those  permitted  to  be  retained  for  a  further 
period  will  be  removed  and  made  to  accord  with  the  present 
regulation.  The  expense  for  these  alterations  will  be  allowed  as 
a  charge  agaiust  the  public  on  application  to  the  Director  of 
Clothing. 

5.  The  details  referred  to  in  paragraph  109  of  the  Aegulations 
for  the  Supply  of  Clothing  and  Necessaries  to  the  Regular  Forces^ 
1881  (Army  Regulations,  YoL  XI.),  and  given  at  pages  208  to  223 
will  be  amended  accordingly. 


Part-worn  and  worn-out  Clothing. 

The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  136a,  added  by  Clause  153 
Clause  268,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  to  the   Regulations  for  the 
Supply  of  Clothing  and  Necessaries  to  the  Regular  Forces,  1881 
(Army  Regulations,  Vol.  XI.) : — 

1856.  Worn  boots,  before  being  returned  to  the  regimental 
store,  will  be  tied  together  in  pairs. 


n.— AvxxxiZA&T  roaoBS. 


MILITIA. 

Marking  Clothing  and  Necessaries  and  Accoutrements. 

The  foUowing  will  be  sulistituted  for  paragraphs  998, 1260,  and  Clause  154 
1268  of  the  Regulation  for  the  Militia,  1880  (Army  Regulations, 
Vol.  VIII.)  :— 


Clothing,  great-coats,  capes,  leggings,  knapsacks, 
»ling8,  mess-tins,  mess-tin  covers  and  straps,  as  well  as  all 
necessaries  (except  jerseys,  blacking,  soap,  sponges,  gloves^ 
and  mitts)  issued  to  the  Permanent  Staff,  or  to  Militiamen, 
will  be  marked  in  accordance  with  the  Instructions  for 
marking  Regimental  Equipmeut,  issued  with  Clause  43, 
Army  Circulars,  1882. 

I960.  Buff  accoutrements  will  be  marked  with  metal 
stamps  and  marking  ink ;  accoutrements  of  black  leather  with 
iron  stamps,  care  l^ing  taken  that  the  leather  is  not  cut,  but 
merely  bruised  when  being  stamped.  The  stamps  will  be  of 
the  size  detailed  in  the  Instructions  for  Marking,  issued  with 
Clause  45,  Army  Circulars,  1882. 

c 


July  IS»S.] 


Clothing  and  Necessaries  (Atmliaiy  Tones)— e^*^**^ 

ISSS.  The  marks  on  bugles,  tminpeti,  hnm  side-<inuiu, 
flutes,  And  piccolos,  will  be  engraved,  not  stamped.  A  cbirse  of 
three  pence  each  will,  on  the  authority  of  the  Senior  Ordniace 
Store  Officer,  be  admitted  in  the  Kegimental  accoants  for 
marking  each  bugle,  trampet  and  drum,  aud  a  charge  ai  a 
halfpennjr  per  letter  or  tignre  for  marking  flutes  and  piccoloa, 
which  should  be  engraved  on  the  ivory  top.  The  instnunenti 
will  be  marked  with  the  territorial  letters  of  the  regiment,  aod 
numbered  consecutively  from  1  upwards. 


GENERAL  BEOULATIONS. 

x,-mBavxjLS  romo>8^ 

Regulations  for  the  Supply  of  Stores  to  an  Aimy  in  the 
Field.— Veterinary  Department -Horseshoes. 

Clause  16S  I'b^  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  91  of  the 
KegulatioDS  for  the  Supply  of  Stores  to  an  Army  in  the  Field, 
issued  with  Army  Circulars,  1st  November  1881 : — 

01.  The  following  Table  shows  the  proportioos  in  which 
the  different  sizes  of  shoes  sbonld  be  provided  for  an  Army- 
Corps  as  a  reserve  : — 

Show  (bits  of  i),  wiro  Smia  (60  put  rnii  or  iiuunsj. 


19  l^uij  1989. 


General  Regulations  (Amdliarv  and  Reserve  Forcesh-continued. 


MILITIA. 

Commissions  in  the  Army. 

At  the  Examination  of  Suhaltem  Officers  of  Militia  to  be  Clause  156 
held  in  September  next^  10  Commissions  in  the  Cavalry  will  be 
oflfered^  in  order  of  merits  to  the  first  30  qualified  candidates  on 
the  unsuccessful  list^  in  addition  to  the  30  Commissions  which 
will  be  available  for  competition  in  the  ordinary  course. 

ABMY  BESEBYE. 


Begulations  for  the  Mobilization  of  the  First  Class  Army 

Reserve. 

1.  Revised  Regulations  for  the  mobilization  of  the  First  Class  Clause  157 
Army  Reserve  for  permanent  service  have  been  approve  1^  and  will 

be  issued  for  the  information  of  all  concerned. 

2.  The  following  Army  and  Auxiliary  and  Reserve  Forces 
Circulars  are  hereby  cancelled : — Army  Circulars^  1876^  Clause  97; 
Army  Circulars,  1878^  Clauses  84  (and  the  Regulations  issued 
therewith)  and  130 ;  Auxiliary  and  Reserve  Forces  Circulars,  1878, 
Clauses  45  (and  the  Regulations  issued  therewith),  79,  80^  81, 
82,88. 

Permission  to  quit  the  United  Kingdom. 

(nSUZD  AS  A  8FI0IAL  AmiCT  OXXOITLAB  OK  THl  16TH  TUVE  1882.) 

In  pursuance  of  the  powers  given  to  the  Secretary  of  State  by  Clause  158 
the  Reserve  Force  Act,  1867,  to  make  regulations  for  the  govern- 
ment of  the  men  of  the  Reserve  Force,  it  is  hereby  provided  that 
no  Army  Reserve  man  may  quit,  or  attempt  to  quit,  the  United 
Kingdom,  or  proceed  to  sea,  without  first  obtaining  permission 
through  the  Officer  Commanding  the  R^mental  District  in  which 
he  resides. 


ABUT  FORMS  AND  BOOKS. 

1.  The  following  Army  Forms   and  Books  have  been  ap- Clause  159 
proved : — 

Army  Form  D  450,  ''  First  Class  Army  Reserve,  Notice  to 
attend  for  Medical  Examination.*'  A  distribution  will 
be  made  to  those  concerned. 

Army  Form  F  765,  "  Requisition  for  Exchange  of  Barrack 
Stores^  applicable  to  all  Branches  of  the  Regular 
Forces.''  A  distribution  has  been  made  to  those  con- 
cemed. 


JFoly  1SS9.]  20 


Army  Forms  and  Books — eamtinued. 


Clause  159  Army  Form  G  924,  •*  Royal  ArtillcTy,  Dnplicate  MagasDe 

continued.  or  Store  Record/' 

Army  Book  132,  "  Royal  Artillery  Magaane  or  Cartridge 
Store  Record.' 

Army  Book  133,  "  Royal  Artillery  Shell  and  Fuze  Store 
Record/' 

2.  The  following  Army  Forms  aod  Books  haTC  been  an- 
celled : — 

Army  Form  D  448,  "  Certificate  of  Absence  of  a  Man  of 
the  Army  Reserve/' 

Army  Form   O   1702,   "Indian  Pensions,  Statement  of 
Payments  by  Staff  Officer  of  Pensioners/' 

Army  Form  O  1708,  "  Indian  Oat-Pensioner,  Declaration 
by  Widow/' 

Army  Book    150,   "  Register  of  Correspondence  (Field 
Service)/'    Army  Book  198  will  be  naed  in  its  stead. 

3.  Army  Book  119  A  has  been  revised,  and  will  now  apply  both 
to  visaal  signalling  and  telegraphy.  It  will  be  nsed  in  place  of 
Army  Book  119  (Form  8)  which  is  hereby  cancelled. 


EBRATA, 

In  certain  copies  of  the  Army  Circular  for  May  1882,  the 
prices  of  fittings  of  home-pattern  helmets  are,  in  the  first  line  of 

?age  33  of  the  Appendix,  under  the  headings  Garrison  Aftilleiy, 
!ommi8sariat  and  Transport  Corps,  and  Ordnance  Store  Corps, 
incorrectly  printed  as  4s.    The  price  should  be  4a.  Sd. 

The  book  mentioned  in  paragraph  4,  Clause  181^  Army  Circolan 
1882,  should  have  been  described  as  ''Prisoners'  Employment 
Book,"  and  not  '*  Prisoners'  Liability  Book,'*  as  Uierein  stated. 


/Ca^€A,AyyAA% 


>4^K'W^^^^'T^I-s 


2]  r.'aly  18S9< 


Appendix  to  Clause  148. 


APPENDIX  Vma. 


Gunpowder  and  Ammunition  in  Kagazines  and  Stores  in 

charge  of  Boyal 


{Referred  to  in  paragraph  150,  Part  7.) 

!•  The  contents  of  every  magazine  or  store  containing 
ammanition  in  Boyal  Artillery  charge  Trill  in  future  be  arrangedi 
for  local  convenience  and  record,  under  the  authority  of  Officers 
Commanding  Boyal  Artillery,  as  follows : — 

(a.)  Loose  powder,  where  exceptionally  on  charge^  in 
groups  by  history. 

(h.)  Made-up  cartridges,  tubes,  and  fuzes,  in  groups  which 
will  be,  as  far  as  possible,  collections  of  articles  identi(»l  in 
nature,  age,  and  history. 

2.  Groups  haying  been  once  formed,  great  care  will  be  taken 
to  preserve  their  continuity. 

8.  Existing  books  and  accounts  relating  to  the  stores  in 
question  will  be  continued,  and  no  alteration  will  be  made  in  the 
mode  of  keeping  them;  but  to  every  magazine  or  store  where 
ammunition  is  kept  in  Boyal  Artillery  charge,  a  "  Magazine,  or 
Cartridge  Store  Becord,^^  or  a  <'  Shell  and  Fuze  Store  Record," 
will  be  issued. 

4.  These  books  will  contain  a  number  of  sheets  for  showing 
the  contents  of  the  magazine  or  store,  and  the  results  of  the 
various  inspections,  and,  in  addition,  a  suitable  proportion  of  plain 
ruled  sheets  to  be  used  for  a  journal. 

5.  The  journal  will  consist  of  consecutive  minutes  (dated  and 
initialed)  rdating  to  all  occurrences  of  interest  in  connection  with 
the  magazine  or  store,  and  especially  to  all  receipts  and  deliveries, 
and  all  inspections. 

6.  The  progress  of  each  day's  work  will  be  invariably  entered 
in  the  book  at  the  time. 

7.  Specimen  printed  pages  showing  the  mode  in  which  the 
recoids  are  to  be  kept  will  be  found  at  the  beginning  of  each  book, 
and  will  be  carefully  followed  as  far  as  possible. 

8.  All  entries  in  the  books  in  question  will  be  made  in  an 
Officer's  handwri  ting. 


12.  BorJa  wad  Sz 


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cncTl,  AraiT 


Siiev* 


LiLiF 


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13L  Ib  currioi^  oat  tkeK  izsotscoob:^^  At 

UU  Put  I^ 


YIIU  win  be  ctMcrred. 


tOMDOlfs 

fUvBD  fOB  Hn  lLL«n*i  StAnonu  Orrins 

BT  HABBI80N  AND  S0N8» 

ri^aiTm  nr  Ouhkabi  io  Bn  KAittrt. 


ARMY   CIRCULARS, 

1882. 


♦  • «  ,  , 


;.  ore  ■r»2  • 


Wab  Office, 

Ut  August  1882. 

The  following  Royal  Warrants^  Regulations  and 
InstrnctionB  are  promulgated  to  the  Army  by  direction 
of  the  Secretary  of  State  for  War. 


CONTENTS. 


I* 


X.-BBOXrLAB  V0B0B8. 

PAGI 

OlAUM  leo*  BojTftl  Wamat— AUowaaoe  B«gtilatioiui,  1881^Pro- 

Tialon  of  Hora«a,  dko.,  durlz&r  Aotlva  OpemtloBa  ^       8 

ff      161.  SosTttl  Warrant -Pay  of  ftuartar-lCaator-Seijoantfl  of 

West  India  Bafflmants    —      —      —      .-.      —      .      4 


„      168.  Boyal  Warrant^Baokonlnff  of  Sarvloe  of  Ottoers  pro- 

motod  from  Warrant  Oflio«rs  or  firom  tho  Banks—       8 

y,      168.  Boyal  Warrant— Formation  of  the  Post  Ofllco  Oorpa 

and  Corps  of  Xiiitary  Foot  Polioa—      .      —      _       6 

,y      164.  Boyal  Warrant— Pay  and  Ponaion,  Pormanent  Staff 

of  Volnnteors   —      —      —      —      —      ^      —      —       6 

y,  168.  Boyal  Warrant— Ponaiona  of  Pormanant  Staff  of 
AnzlUary  Forces  not  servinir  on  their  Army 
encasements     —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —       8 

166.  Allowanoe  Beffulations,  1881-Fuel  and  Uffht— Issues 

under  Oanyas  at  Home  Stations    —      —      *      —       9 

,,      167.  Allowance  Becnlations,  1881— Trayelline  —      —      —     10 

„      166.  AUowanoe     Be^nlations,    1881-OAcers'  TrayeUinc 


10 

9,  160.  Allowanoe  Bernlations,  ISSl-TrayelUns*— WMxant 
Ofioers  and  Ron-Commissioned  Ofioers  and  mm^ 
Xarohinff  Allowanoe        .      —      —      .....     21 

,,      170.  Pfnanoial  Instmotlons,  1888        -*      —      —      —     —     11 

„      171.  Indian  Pension  Bevalationa—      •*  '  *      —      —      »     18 

II.-AT7XII.XABY  AHO  BB8BBYB  F0BCB8. 

MIUTIA. 
„      178.  Bounties  —      —      —     —.      —      —      —      —      -.      —     13 

VOLUNTEERS. 
„      178.  Instraotors-Pay   —      —      —      —      —      —      —      —14 

ARMY    RESERVE. 

174  Pensions    and  Gratuities- Class  II.   of   the   Army 


ft 


•rurtOBO, OMBMe Cnn :  C.  K£0 AM  I'A  u  L.  TKKNCU  * Co^  1. 1'atM iiMt«r  murt| 

auwnc  a  oou  tim  lurt.  postcbai  a.  a  a  black.  Baivvv****  ^  ^ 


14 


fwimltd  aairr  tk*  Mmpttimttt^trnf  ./  l/»r  IT^raV*  »!•**•  fn  Oft', 

(tON8(UMlt«4hllLCk«rinff(>lM:  HARRISOK  k  SON8.M.  rmll  Vt1T| 


^ricK  Bevempentt, 


Auffust  1889.] 


Gontduts— ^'on'tiiu^J. 


asauxiATzoirs  rom  tkb  cokkzssasuav 

AMD    THAHSPOAT    STAFF. 

lanse  175.  BeviBed  Schedvlea  of  Barraok  Fomitore  —      —      —     lA 


auziATZovs  Fom  Tsa  omovAVca  sto 

DBPAmTMSXT. 

Clause  176.  Supply  of  Sxnall-Arms  —      —      —      ^      —      —      —    16 

,,      177.  Bevised   Priced   Vocabulary   of   all   Stores   (ezoept 

ClothinfiT}  uaed  in  Her  Ibjeety**  Seryioe      —      —     16 


>» 


ti 


>t 


ft 


9> 


fl 


aQvzpiBBBrT  &aaviJLTzov0. 

I.-BEaXXXAB  FOBOB8. 

178.  Instra    ions   for    Preeervatlon    of  Ordnanoe,    Iko.^    16 

Ordnance  Firingr  Blank  Charges. 

179.  Instructions  for  the  Preservation  of  Ordnanoe  Ao.** 

Testing  and  Preservation  of  Lifting  A^pparatna  «»    16 

II.-AUZXLIABT  POB0B8. 
160.  Beoeipt  of  Equipment,  Damacea  to  Arm  OlMSta  —      -*     16 


OBxraBAZi  aaavxiATtPBrB. 

I.-B£OTnLAB   P0B0B8. 

181.  Military  Books  and  Kaps     —      —      «-....     |0 

182.  Army  Advertisements  —      —      ^— ><-.«>.    ao 

U.-AXrZII<IABT  AHD  BBSBBYB  VOBOBi. 

VOLUNTEE6S. 
188.  Appointment,  Ac,  of  Ofioers      »«•.*•.    go 

ARMY  RESEflVE. 

184.  Xobillsation  of  the  1st  Olaaa  Anay  irw6ii6   Mm 

called  out  for  Permanent  Armyserrfto^       ~      .    fO 


186.  ABMY  F0BM8  AND  BOOBS      -      •»      ^      ^      «     ftS 


[Augiwi;  i0#9< 


(Regular  Forces). 


FINANCE. 


I.— &aauziAs  romoBS. 


Royal  Warrant—- Allowance  Regolations,  1881— Provision  of 

Horses,  &c.,  during  Active  Operations. 

(iBaUlD  A8  A  SPECIAL  ABMY  CIRCULAB  OK  THE  29TH  JrLY  1882). 

VICTORIA  R. 

Whereas  We  deem  it  expedient  to  make  provision  for  the  Clause  160 
grant  to  certain  Officers  while  serving  with  an  army  in  the  fields 
and  necessarily  performing  mounted  duty,  an  allowance  to  provide 
themselves  with  a  riding  horse  and  horse  equipment^  in  lieu  of 
providing  them  with  a  public  horse ; 

Our  Well  and  Pleasure  is  that  the  regulations  attached  to 
this  Our  Warrant,  which  shall  have  effect  from  the  26th  July  1882, 
shall  be  the  standing  authority  on  the  matters  therein  treated  of, 
and  shall  be  added  to  Section  VI.  of  the  Regulations  governing  ^j*ny»jf«J«- 
the  Allowances  of  Our  Army  attached  to  Our  Warrant  of  the  Pan  in. " 
24th  June  1881. 

Given  at  Our  Court  at  Osborne,  this  28th  day  of  July  1882, 
in  the  46th  year  of  Our  Reign. 

By  Her  Majesty's  Command, 

HUGH  C.  E.  CHILDERS. 


1.  The  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  241  of  the 
Allowance  Regulations  1881 : — 

941a.  Officers  below  the  Regimental  or  relative  rank  of 
Major  (excepting  Officers  on  the  General  Staff  and  Veterinary 
Surgeons),  while  serving  with  an  Army  in  the  field,  and 
necessarily  performing  mounted  duty,  will,  if  not  in  receipt 
of  any  special  rate  of  pay  for  the  performance  of  mounted 
duty,  be  granted  the  sum  of  50/.  to  provide  themselves  with  a 
riding  horse  and  horse  equipment* 

S41&.  Such  horse  will  not  be  provided  from  the  Remount 
Depot,  but  must  be  provided  by  the  Officer  himself.  If  any 
casualty  occur  during  the  service  the  horse  will  be  replaced 

b2 


Aagmt  18990 


Finance  (Begnlar  Foices)— «>*^*»««^. 


ClauselGO  ^7  ^'"'C  Officer  at  his  own  expense.     TThen  no  replacement 

has  been  necessary,  the  horse  originallj  purchased  wilL  if 
the  Officer  quits  the  Force  before  the  termination  of  the 
campaign,  be  the  property  of  the  public 

S41c.  The  Paymaster  or  agent  through  whom  the  Officer 
draws  his  pay  will  issue  the  above  allowance  upon  the  produc- 
tion of  an  order  from  the  General  Officer  Commanding  (or 
from  the  Adjutant-General  of  the  Army,  if  the  Officer  be 
required  to  purchase  a  horse  before  embarkation  for  service), 
directing  the  Officer  to  provide  himself  with  a  horse.  The 
Paymaster  will  report  to  the  Officer  in  charge  of  the  Remount 
Depot  that  such  issue  has  been  made,  and  w?ll  charge  the 
amount  in  his  accounts  to  the  head  of  Vote  10,  Item  D, 
Field  Allowance  Abroad.  The  charge  will  be  vouched  by 
the  Officer's  receipt,  and  by  a  certificate  from  the  Officer 
under  whose  orders  he  is  serving  that  a  riding  horse  and 
equipment  have  been  purchased  by  him. 

^4Ltd.  In  the  event  of  the  Officer  quitting  the  Force 
before  the  end  of  the  campaign  he  will  hand  over  his 
horse  to  the  Remount  Depot,  and  at  the  same  time  report 
by  letter  to  the  Officer  in  charge  that  he  haa  so  done; 
or  if  the  horse  originally  purchased  haa  died  or  been  killed, 
and  has  been  replaced  by  him,  he  will  forward  a  certificate, 
countersigned  by  the  Officer  under  whose  orders  he  is  aerving, 
showing  the  casualty  and  the  date  of  replacement. 

ItAte.  This  regulation  is  not  applicable  to  any  Officer 
who  is  entitled  to  be  provided  by  his  corps  with  a  troop  horse, 
nor  to  any  Warrant  Officer  for  whom  public  hones  are 

authorised. 

2.  Paragraph  111  of  the  above-^mentioned  regulations  it  hereby 

cancelled. 


Royal  Warrant— Pay  of  Qnarter-Master-Seijeants  of 

West  India  Regiments. 

VICTORIA  R. 

Clause  161       Whereas  it  has  been  represented  to  Us  that  the  pay  of  the 
A.R.,  Vol  I       Qnartcr-Master-Serjeants  of  West  India  Regiments  was  erroneoosly 

set  forth  in  Our  Warrants  of  the  25th  June  1881  and  11th  Maith 

1882; 

OcR  Will  and  Pleasure  is  that  the  second  line  of  the  Pav 
Table  contained  in  Article  618  of  Oar  Warrant  of  11th  Man* 


[Anf  ust;  1S89. 


Finance  (Begular  Fon&sy-<^ntinued. 


1882^  80  far  as  it  relates  to  West  India  Regimen t»,  shall  stand  ClanselGl 
amended  as  follows : —  eonHmued, 

West  India 
Begiments. 

9.    d, 
QuArter-Matter-Serjeant    ..         ••         3    8 

and  that  this  Our  Warrant  shall  have  eflfect  from  the  1st  July 
1881. 

Given  at  Our  Court  at  Windsor^  this  15th  day  of  July  1882, 
in  the  46th  year  of  Our  Reign. 


By  Her  Majesty's  Command, 

HUGH  C.  E.  GUILDERS. 


Boyal  Warrant— Reckoning  of  Service  of  Officers  promoted 
from  Warrant  Officers  and  from  the  ranks. 

VICTORIA  R. 

Whbreas  We  deem  it  expedient  to  provide  that  service  as  a  Qlau8el62 
Warrant  Officer  shall  be  allowed  to  reckon  as  full  service  in  the 
case  of  an  Officer  commissioned  from  that  rank,  and  also  to 
assimilate  the  conditions  under  which  combatant  Officers  and 
Officers  appointed  to  the  Departments  of  Our  Army  may  reckon 
their  former  service  in  the  ranks  towards  retirement ; 

Our  Will  and  Pleasure  is  that  paragraph  {d)  of  Article  68  Aroiy  BeRuu- 
of  Our  Warrant  of  11th  March  1882,  shall  stand  amended  as  """^  ^''*- '* 
follows : — 

((/.)  Service  as  a  Warrant  Officer  in  the  case  of  an  Officer 
commissioned  from  that  rank; 

and  that  the  following  shall  be  substituted  for  Article  423  : — 

49&.  Combatant  Officers,  and  Officers  formerly  belonging 
to  other  Departmenti,  appointed  to  the  Departments  of  Our 
Army,  shall  oe  allowed  to  count  their  previous  service  towards 
retirement  as  laid  down  in  Article  68.  Combatant  Officers 
and  Officers  formerly  belonging  to  other  Departments  who  xcere 
appointed  to  the  Departments  of  Our  Army  before  the  \st  July 
1881,  and  who  have  served  in  the  ranks  or  in  subordinate  depart- 
mental  positions^  shall  be  allowed  to  reckon  towards  retirement 
as  much  of  such  service  as  will  equal  their  commissioned  service, 
Previous  service  shall  not,  however,  lie  allowed  to  reckon  iu 
cases  where  its  continuity  shall  have  been  broken  for  a  period 


August  1889.]  6 


Finance  (Begolar  Forcesy-contmued, 


Clause  162  exceeding  one  month  by  any  voluntary  act  on  the  part  of  the 

continuea.  Officer  himself,  or  where  the   Officer  shall  hove  received  th^ 

rey^dation  value  of  his  previous  commission  or  pecuniary  corn' 
pensation  in  lieu  thereof. 

Given  at  Our  Court  at  Osborne,  this  21st  day  of  July  1882, 
in  the  46th  year  of  Our  Reign. 

By  Her  Majesty's  Command, 

HUGH  C.  E.  CHILDERS. 


Royal  Warrant— Formation  of  the  Post  Office  Corps  and 

Corps  ot  Military  Foot  Police. 

VICTORIA  R. 

Clause  163  Whkreas  We  deem  it  expedient  that  a  body  of  Our  Regular 
Forces  shall  be  formed  to  conduct  the  postal  duties  when  Our 
Armies  take  the  field  ;  and  also  that  a  body  of  Our  Regular 
Forces  shall  be  formed  to  perform  the  duties  of  Foot  Police  in  the 
Camps  and  Quarters  of  Our  Armies  ; 

Our  A\'ill  and  Pleasurk  is  that  these  corps  be  formed 
accordingly,  and  that  they  l)e  respectively  designated — 

The  Post  OflBce  Corps,  and 

The  Corps  of  Military  Foot  Police. 

And  We  do  hereby  direct  that  these  corps  shall  l)e  added  to  iLe 
C1.240.A.C.,      schedule  attached  to  Our  Warrant  of  the  29th  September  188K 
under  the  head  of  Departmental  Corps,  and  that  the  provisions  of 
Our  said  Warrant  shall  apply  to  them  accordingly. 

2.  The  pay  and  allowances  of  men  of  these  corps  shall  be  at 
the  same  rates  as  those  prescribed  for  men  of  corresponding  raiik 
in  Our  Infantry  of  the  Line. 


1881. 


Given  at  Our  Court  at  Osborne,  this  22nd  daj  of  July  18W, 
in  the  46th  year  of  Our  Reign. 

By  Her  Majesty's  Command^ 

HUGH  C.  E.  CHILDERS. 


Boyal  Warrant— Pay  and  Pension  of  Permanent  Staff  of 

Volunteers. 
VICTORIA  R. 

Clause  164  Whereas  We  deem  it  expedient  to  amend  the  RegulatioL^ 
governing  the  Pay,  Extra-Duty  Pay,  and  Pensions  of  men  of  Qjr 
Army  serving  on  the  Permanent'  StaiF  of  the  Volonteert ; 


[Angort  1889. 


Finance  (Regular  Forces)— con<inu«df. 


Our  Wjll  and  Pleasure  is  that  Article  723  of  Our  Warrant  Clause  164 
of  the  11th  March  3882  be  cancelled,  and  that  the  following     «'»«»«^<'- 
Articles  be  substituted  in  lieu  thereof:—  ti^^voF!.*' 

V88.  A  soldier  serving  with  the  Permanent  Staff  of  a 
Corps  of  Light  Horse,  Mounted  Kifle,  Artillery,  or  Rifle 
Volunteers  on  his  Army  engagement,  shall  receive  pay  at  the 
same  rate  as  if  serving  in  the  following  ranks  with  a  battalion 
or  corps  of  the  corresponding  arm  of  the  Regular  Forces. 

(1.)  If  holding  the  rank  of  Battery  Serjeant-Majon 
Battery  Quarter-Master-Serjeant,  Troop  Serjeant- 
Major,  Colour-Serjeant,  or  any  higher  rank,  when 
transferred  or  attached  to  the  Volunteers,  he  shall 
receive  pay  as  Garrison  Battery  Serjeant-Major 
of  Royal  Artillery,  Troop  Serjeant-Major  of 
Cavalry,  or  Colour-Serjeant  of  Infantry. 

(2.)  If  holding  a  lower  rank  than  those  specified  above 
when  transferred  or  attached  to  the  Volunteers,  he 
shall  receive  pay  as  Serjeant ;  but  if  continuing  to 
serve  beyond  21  years,  he  shall  receive  pay  as 
Garrison  Battery  Serjeant-Major  of  Roynl  Artillery, 
Troop  Serjeant-Major  of  Cavalry,  or  Colour- 
•  Serjeant  of  Infantry. 

A  non-commissioned  ofiScer  of  Royal  Engineers  employed 
as  Drill  Instructor  of  Engineer  Volunteers,  shall  receive  the 
pay  of  the  rank  held  by  him  in  the  Corps  of  Royal 
Engineers. 

V98  I.  A  non-commissioned  officer  serving  on  his  Army 
engagementy  who  is  tn  receipt  of  an  addition  of  2d.  a  day  to  his 
pay  as  being  in  possession  of  a  certificate  of  qualification  as 
Serjeant  Instructor  of  Musketry  or  as  Assistant  Instructor  in 
Gunnery y  shall  retain  the  additional  pay  so  long  as  he  remains 
a  Serjeant;  but  the  additional  pay  shall  cease  on  his  being 
promoted  to  be  a  Colour- Serjeant  or  Battery  Serjeant-Major, 

It  is  Our  further  Will  and  Pleasure  that  the  following 
paragraph  shall  be  added  to  Article  723a  of  Our  Warrant  of  the 
llth  March  1882:— 

(g.)  To  the  non-commissioned  oilicer  appointed 
to  act  as  Serjeant-Major  in  a  corps  of 
Volunteers  having  an  Acting  Seijeant- 
Major  on  its  Establishment        « .  ^ .    6tf.  a  day. 

and  that  the  following  shall  be  added  after  Article  1059  : — 

lOftOo.  A  non-commissioned  officer  acting  as  Serjeant- 
Major  of  Volunteers  shall,  on  discharge  after  21  years'  service, 
be  granted  pension  at  the  same  rate  as  that  prescribed  for  a 


AiigiMl  188«0  8 


Finance  (Regular  Forces)— oontinued. 


Clause  164  Quarter- Master-Serjeaut,    unless    otherwise    entitled    to    a 

9onUn,ued,  higher  pension  by  reason  of  his  Army  rank^  provided  that 

he  shall  have  been  in  receipt  of  extra-duty  pay  under  para- 
graph {g)  of  Article  723a  for  not  less  than  one  year.  Thi« 
article  shall  not  apply  to  non-commissioned  officers  of  Rovdl 
Engineers. 

Given  at  Our  Court  at  Osborne,  this  27th  day  of  July  188?, 
in  the  46th  year  of  Our  Beign. 

By  Her  Majesty's  Command, 

HUGH  C.  E.  CHILDEES. 


Royal  Warrant— Pensions  of  Permanent  Staff  of  AuziUaiy 
Forces  not  serving  on  Anny  engagements. 

VICTORIA  R. 

Clause  165  Whebeas  We  deem  it  cxpedieut  to  provide  for  the  grant  of 
increased  rates  of  Pension  to  certain  members  of  the  Permanent 
Staff  of  Our  Auxiliary  Forces  not  serving  on  their  Army  engage^ 
ments ; 

Our  Will  and  Pleasure  is  that  Article  1059 — I.  of  t)nr 
Warrant  of  the  11th  March  1882,  be  cancelled,  and  that  the 
following  be  substituted  in  lieu  thereof: — 

1050 — I.  Members  of  the  Permanent  Staff  of  the 
Auxiliary  Forces^  not  being  pensioners  or  eerting  on  their 
Army  engagementSj  shall,  on  discharge  after  a  good  and  faith- 
ful seivice  of  lb  years  above  the  age  of  18,  be  entiUed  to 
pensions  at  the  following  daily  rates  ;— 

Drummer,  Trumjyefrr^  or  Bugler,  4rf.,  tri/A  an  iucrease  o^  |</.  m-diy 
for  each  additional  year  of  tervice,  up  to  a  WMximmm  of  Gd. 

Serjeant,  Colour- Serjeant,  or  Quarter- Master' Serjeamt,  6rf^  mitk  am 
increase  of  \d.  a-day  for  each  additional  year  qf  service,  mp  tm  • 
maximum  of  1#. 

A  Serjeant 'Major  shall  receive  the  same  pension  as  a  Se/jeant,  n/A 
an  increase  of  Id.  a-day  for  eiek  year  he  may  h^re  served  «f 
Serjt'a%t- Major,  up  to  a  maximum  of  1«.  6</. 

It  is  Our  Further  Will  and  Pleasure  that  the  words  ^  of 
not  less  than  15  years  service*'  be  omitted  from  the  seventh  aud 
eiglitli  lines  of  Article  1059 — II.  of  Our  said  Warrant, 

Given  at  Our  Court  at  Obbornc,  this  29th  day  of  July  1882, 
in  the  4GtIi  year  of  Our  Heign. 

By  II rr  Mnjcstv's  Command. 

IIUG'II  C.  E.  CHILDEBS. 


9 


[Aufiut  ISSS. 


finance  (Begalar  FoTcesi—cont^nued. 


Allowance  Begulations,  1881— Fuel  and  Light— Issaes  under 

Canvas  at  Home  Stations. 

The  following;  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  160  of  the  Olause  166 
Allowauce    Regulations^    1881    (Army     Regulations,    Vol.    I., 
Part  III.):- 

lOO.  The  following  issues  of  fuel  will  be  admissible  for 
troops  under  canvas  at  home ;  they  are  the  maximum  rates 
admissible,  and  full  quantities  will  not  be  issued  unless  actually 
required : — 


Staff  and  Deportments :  — 

General 

lieutenant-Oeneral 

Hajor-General 

Brigadier-Qeneral  .. 

Colonel 

Lieutenant-Colonel . . 

Major 

Captain        

lieutenant  ..         ..         . 
AflBifltant  ProToet-MarBbal. 
Warrant  OiBcer 
Berrants  (not  soldiers) 


Rations. 

80 
60 
50 
40 
20 
15 
12 

6 

4 

8 

1 

1 


Begimental: — 

Commanding  Officer  of  a  Begiment  or  Battalion 

Field  Officer,  Parmaster,  Surgeon  . .         . .         • . 

Adjutant,  and  otlier  Staff  Officers 

The  Officers  of  each  Troop,  Battenr,  or  f  for  each  Troop, 
Company,  and  for  the  supply  of  the  •<  Battery,  or 
sutler ..  t     Company.. 

Berrants  (not  soldiers),  each 

vt anant  Officer  ••         «• 

Non-commissioned  officers,  rank  and  file,  each   . . 

Serjeants  when  in  meas,  each 

Sick  and  hospital  serrants,  each,  if  required,  for  which 
the  certificate  of  the  Medical  Officer  must  bo  giren  . . 

Washing,  for  ereiy  20  men  


} 


} 


8 

4 
2 


1 
1 
1 

u 

2 
1 


ItfOa.  The  following  issues  of  light  will  be  admissible : — 

Lanterns. 


Division 


'General  Officer  Commanding. . 
Supply  Dep6t  . . 

"General  Officer  Commanding 
Quarter-Master- General    .. 

,.  ,.  Clerks 

Commissaiy-General 

Clerks 
Principal  Medical  OiBcer 
r  Gcuersl  Officer  Commanding 


I  Offices  < 


Augmti  1999.]  10 


Finance  (Segalar  Forces)— «<>«<' "m^^ 


IjmterTui. 

Clause  166  r  Cavalry,  ea.-h  recent 4 

cvntinu^,  R^^imental  ■<  Infant rr        ..  ..  ..  ..  ..  2 

L  Art  illenr,  each  battery        ..  ..  ..  2 

Other  mounted  corps  will  be  allowed  lanterns  in  the  same  proportion  ■•  far 
Caralry  or  Artillery,  according  to  the  nature  of  the  serri'^e. 

Oil  for  hospital  lamps  will  be  issued  on  the  ceKiOcate  of  a  Meilical  Officer  of  iti 
necessity. 


Allowance  RegulationSi  1881— Travelling. 

Clause  167  !•  The  words  "Staff  and  Departmental  OflScers,  Quartcr- 
Masters  and  Riding-Master^/'  will  be  substituted  for  the  word 
"  Officers  **  in  the  first  line  of  paragraph  383  of  the  Allowance 
Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  I.,  Part  III.) 

2.  The  following  will  be   substituted    for  paragraph  890  of 
the  above-mentioned  Re  ovulations  : — 


O' 


80O.  The  regulations  contained  in  paragraph  388  will 
apply  to  all  Regimental  Officers  detained  while  travelling,  or 
temporarily  employed  on  any  duty,  at  a  place  at  which  there 
are  iio  troops. 

300(rt).  When  Regimental  Officers,  other  than  Quarter- 
Masters  and  Riding-M asters,  are  detained  or  employed  at  a 
military  station,  and  the  time  of  their  detention  does  not 
exceed  three  days,  exclusive  of  the  days  of  joining  and 
quitting,  tiiey  will  draw  travelling  allowance  for  each  day 
they  are  detained  unless  they  are  employed  with  a  battalion 
of  their  own  regiment. 

300{b),  If  detained  beyond  three  days  they  will  receive 
travelling  allo\rances  for  the  days  of  journey  only,  and  local 
allowances  for  the  whole  period  of  detention. 


Allowance  Regulations,  1881— Officers— TraveUing  Expenses. 

Clause  168  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  403(r),  of 
the  Allowance  Regulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  I., 
Part  III.):— 

fc.)  When  quitting  and  returning  to  their  stations  on  the 
same  day,  provided  cither  that  the  journey  extends 
beyond  a  radius  of  lO  milcB  from  their  stations,  or 
if  called  out  in  aid  of  the  civil  power,  that  they 
have  been  absent  on  this  duty  for  not  leat  than 
seven  consecutive  hours. 


11  [  AvgiuA  18S9. 


Fiiiance  (Begular  ToTces)— continued. 


Allowance  Begulations,  1881— Travelling— Warrant  Officers 
and  Non-Gommissioned  Officers  and  Men  —  Marching 
Allowance. 

The  following  will  be   substituted  for   paragraphs  443^  447^  Clause  169 
and  448  of  the  Allowance  Begulations,  1881  (Army  Regulations^ 
Vol.  I.,  Part  III.)  :— 

4<18*  On  a  change  of  station^  or  when  absent  from  their 
station  for  a  night,  soldiers  serving  at  home  will,  provided 
they  march  a  distance  of  not  less  than  10  miles,  reoeive  the 
following  daily  allowance : — 

Mounted  Serrices.  Foot  Seirices. 

Irf.  3d. 

4^7,  Marching  allowance  will  not  be  admissible  for  the 
days  of  halt  on  the  march,  nor  for  any  day  upon  which  a 
less  distance  than  10  miles  is  marched,  except  under  the 
circumstances  mentioned  in  paragraphs  447(a),  and  448,  nor 
will  marching  allowance  be  admissible  under  any  circum- 
stances, for  troops  employed  in  flying  columns  or  at  manoeuvres 
or  summer  drills. 

44Y(a).  On  a  continuous  journey,  if  an  average  of  10 
miles  a-day  (exclusive  of  halting  days)  be  marched,  marching 
allowance  will  be  granted  for  each  day  on  which  a  march  has 
actually  taken  place. 

449.  In  any  case  where  a  soldier  may  march  on  foot 
a  total  distance  of  five  miles  and  upwards,  in  proceeding  to 
or  from  railway  stations,  an  allowance  of  3d.  will  be  granted, 
if  the  railway  journey  in  connection  therewith  should  extend 
to  100  miles. 


\{a)  When  a  soldier  returns  to  his  station  the  same 
day,  no  marching  money  will  be  allowed,  except  as  provided 
for  in  paragraph  448(&),  unless  he  proceeds  to  a  place  not  leas 
than  10  miles  distant  from  his  station. 

448(6).  When  a  soldier  employed  in  aid  of  the  civil 
power  quits  and  returns  to  his  station  on  the  same  day, 
marching  allowance  will  be  granted,  provided  that  he  has 
been  absent  on  this  duty  for  not  less  than  seven  consecutive 
hours. 

Financial  Instructions  1882. 

1.  The   Secretary  of   State  for  War   has  approved  of   the /ji^uggiyA 
Financial  Instructions  issued  with  this  Clause  for  the  guidance  of 
Offices  in  rendering  accounts  of  Army  Expenditure  (elsewhere  than 
in  India)  and  in  the  issue  of  Pay  and  Allowances,  and  he  desires 
that  these  Instructions,  together  with  the  Regulations  issued  by 


Aufiut;  181^9.]  12 


Finance  (Begolar  ForceB)'-<»niinued. 


Clause  170  ^^®  Lords  Commissioners  of  Her  Majesty's   Treasury,  entitled 
ooiUinmsd,    *^  Regulations  for  Conducting  the  Duties  of  the  Treasury  Chest 
Abroad/'  be  observed    and  obeyed   by  General   Officers   Com- 
manding, as  well  as  by  all  Officers  and  others  whom  they  may 
concern. 

2.  The  Regulations  issued  with  this  Circular,  which  super- 
sede the  Financial  Instructions,  1879,  promulgated  with  Clause  6*2, 
Army  Circulars,  1879,  will  be  known  and  quoted  as  the ''Financial 
Instructions,  1882,''  and  from  the  date  of  their  issue  the  following 
W.O.  Circular  and  Clauses  of  Army  Circulars  arc  hereby  cancelled, 
viz. : — 

W.O.  Circular  961 ;  §§  1  to  3  of  Clause  156,  Army  CirouUrs, 
1869. 

Clauses  142  and  200,  Army  Circulars,  1870. 

Clause  51,  Army  Circulars,  1873. 

Clause  128,  Army  Circulars,  1874. 

Clause  151,  Army  Circulars,  1875. 

Clauses  18  and  102,  Army  Circulars,  1876. 

Clauses  93,  157,  and  173,  Army  Circulars,  1878. 

Clauses  14s  62,  66,  91*,  98,  101,  118,  SecreUry  of  State's 
Instructions  145,  149,  169,  183,  184,  185,  1S6,  223,  224,  227, 
251,  252,  277,  278,  279,  and  280,  Array  Circulars,  1879, 

Clauses  6,  7,  9,  10,  29,  62,  88,  140,  §§  2  165 ;  261,  263,  264, 
265,  288  and  289,  Army  Circulars,  1880. 

Clauses  6,  21,  22,  23,  52,  53.  54,  74,  75,  102,  131, 151,  152. 
153,  166,  183,  184, 216,  244,  275,  and  276,  Army  Circulars,  1881. 

Clauses  3,  4,  5,  22,  59,  118,  136,  and  §§  9  and  10  of  138, 
Army  Circulars,  1882. 

Indian  Pension  Begolations, 

Clause  171  ^'  '^  ^^  ^^^^  decided  by  the  Secretary  of  State  for  India  in 
Council  to  extend  to  the  Officers  who  entered  the  new  Line 
Regiments  from  the  Indian  Army,  including  such  as  may  hare  since 
exchanged  into  other  regiments,  the  scale  of  pensions  reoently 
sanctioned  for  the  Officers  appointed  to  the  Staff  Corps  after  the 
12th  September  1866. 

Per  Auuuui. 
£ 
After  20  year»*  ^enrice  for  pciisiun. .         . .         . .     260 

..     24  „  „  S65 

„  29  „  „  «.  ..  ..  600 
„  33  I,  „  . .  . .  700 
II   88     ,,       I,  ••    ••   760 

2.  These  pensions  will  be  applicable  also  to  the  Officers  of  the 
late  Indian  cadres  of  Royal  Artillery  and  Royal  Engincen,  thoiuli 
not  tenable  with  the  extra  annuity  granted  under  Article  978 — ^XI« 
of  the  Royal  Warrant  of  I  Ith  March  1882  (Army  Recolaiion% 
Vol.  1.). 


13  [AuffiMt  1999. 


Fmance  (Eegular  Tones)— continued. 


3.  Officers  of  the  Royal  Artillery,  Royal  Engineers,  and  Line  Clause  171 
Regiments  who  formerly  belonged  to  the  Indian  Army,  and  are     coutimtud. 
serving  under  Indian  Retiring  Regulations,  will  be  entitled  to  reckon 

towards  such  Indian  pensions  any  tinae  pa^^sed  by  them  at  the 
Seminary  at  Addiscombe,  after  attaining  the  age  of  16  years,  as 
well  as  fldl  full-pay  service  and  time  on  half-pay,  or  on  the  Indian 
unemployed  fuU-pay  list,  whether  past  or  future. 

4.  Clause  155,  Army  Circulars,  1877,  Clause  143,  Army 
Circulars,  1878,  and  paragraph  4  of  the  Secretary  of  State's 
Instruction  on  the  Royal  Warrant  of  the  6th  September  1878 
(Clause  165,  Army  Circulars,  1878),  are  hereby  cancelled. 

ZI.— AVZZXiIABT   AMD   &B8B&VB   FOBCBS. 


MILITIA. 

Bounties. 

The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  671a  of  the 
Militia  Regulations,  1880,  as  amended  by  Clause  40,  Army 
Circulars,  1882:— 

SVIa.  A  recruit  enlisted  for  a  Militia  battalion  of  Infantry  daase  172 
stationed  at  the  Head-Quarters  of  a  Regimental  District,  or 
for  a  Brigade  of  Artillery  Militia  located  with  a  Royal  Artil- 
lery Depdt,  and  drilled  in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of 
paragraphs  2286,  228c,  or  22Sd  of  the  Militia  Regulations,  is 
not  entitled  to  bounty  on  enrolment.  He  will,  however, 
subject  to  the  usual  conditions  as  to  the  issue  of  bounty 
during  preliminary  drill  and  training,  be  granted  bounty  as 
follows : — 

(a.)  If  enlisted  more  than  three  months  before      £   #• 
the  date  fixed  for  the  annnal  training ; 
on  dismissal  to  his  home  at  the  termination 

of  recruit  drill 10 

(6.)  If  enlisted  within  three  months  but  more 
than  63  days  before  the  date  fixed  for  the 
annual  training ; 
on  dismissal  to  his  home  at  the  termination 
of  the  training  . .         . .         , ,         . .       1  10 

(c.)  If  enlisted  within  68  days  of  the  date  fixed 
for  the  annual  training ; 
on  dismissal  to  his  home  on  completing 
the  63  days'  drill  required  of  him,  ex- 
clusive of  the  period  of  training  .  •       1  10 

(<f.)  If  enlisted  during  the  period  of  training ; 
on  4iftmissal  to  his  home  on  completing 
the  68  days'  drill  required  of  him,  in- 
clusive of  the  period  of  training  . »       10 


A«9Wt  1S89.]  14 


Finance  (^Auxiliary  and  Reserve  Forces)— c^'^^^'nued 


VOLUNTEERS. 

Instructors— Pay. 

ClailSel73  ^^^  followin;^  will  be  substituted  for  paragraphs  201,  207, 
and  256  of  the  Reunlations  for  the  Volunteer  Force,  18S1  (Armv 
Regulations,  Vol.  IX.)  : — 

204.  When  a  corps  is  entitled  to  a  Serjeant-Major  on  its 
establishment,  the  Commanding  Officer  may  appoint  one  of 
the  Instructors  to  be  Acti?ig  Serjeant-Major.  If  the  Instruc- 
tor so  appointed  is  sernng  on  his  Army  engagerrent,  he  will 
receive  extra-duty  pay  as  laid  down  in  the  Royal  Warrant 
relating  to  Pay,  &c.  (Arniy  Regulations,  Vol.  I.),  but  if  not 
so  serving  he  will  receive  extra-duty  pay  at  6//.  a  day,  and, 
except  in  the  case  of  a  Militia  Serjeant  acting  as  a  temporary 
Drill  Instructor,  will  wear  Serjeant-Majox^s  uniform.  ( See  ah} 
paras.  232  and  266.) 

20Y.  A  Serjeant-Instructor  not  serving  on  his  Army 
engagement,  who  is  in  possession  of  a  certificate  of  qualifica- 
tion as  Serjeant-Instructor  in  Musketry,  or  who  has  passed 
through  the  long  course  of  instruction  at  the  School  of 
Gunnery  at  Shoeburyness,  and  obtained  a  certificate  of  qnali- 
fication  as  Assistant  Instructor  in  Gunnery,  will  receive  2^/.  a 
day  in  addition  to  the  rate  of  pay  referred  to  in  paras.  256,  257, 
and  284.  Temporary  Drill  Instructors  are  not  entitled  to 
—  this  additional  pay. 

250.  Non-commissioned  officers  of  the  Regular  Forces, 
while  serving  on  the  Permanent  Staff  of  the  Volunteers  a** 
Serjeant-Instructors,  will  receive  pay  at  the  rates  and  under 
the  provisions  contained  in  the  Royal  Warrants  and  Regula- 
tions applicable  to  the  Regular  Forces. 

ARMY  KESERVE. 

Gratuities  or  Pensions— Class  II.  of  the  Army  Reserve. 

Clause  174  ^'  '^^^  Secretary  of  State  for  War  has  approved  of  the  follow- 
ing regulations  for  the  issue  of  Gratuities  or  Pensions  fc»r 
meritorious  and  long  service  to  men  discharged  as  unfit  for  service 
from  Class  II.  of  the  Army  Reserve,  before  completing  the 
equivalent  of  21  years'  service  towards  pension:^ 

Oratuities. 

£  f  .  /. 
(a.)  After  a  combine' 1  eorvicc  in  tlic  Army  and  Annj  Respire 

of  not  le&ift  tliau  14  year?,  a  (^ratuitj  of   « .          ..          ..  S  0  0 

Ditto,  of  not  less  than  \H  jears,  but  with  leas  than  the 

equivalent  of  18  Tears  to^aniti  pension,  a  gratuitj  of  •  •  4  10  (^ 

Ditto,  of  not  less  than  21  jearj»,  ditto          ..          ..          ..  6  0  0 

Ditto,  of  not  less  than  25  rears,      „             ..         ..          ..  8  0  0 

Ditto,  of  not  le*e  than  29  Veil r«,      „            10  O  0 


15 


[Aagust  1M;9« 


finance  (Aoxitiary  and  Reserve  Forces)—  coivtimed. 


Pensions. 

(5.)  After  a  combined  serrice  towards  peiiBion  in  tbe  Army 
and  Armj  Bceerve  of  not  less  than  18  years  (two  years 
in  the  Army  Resorre  counting  as  one  year  for  pension), 
a  pension  of . .         • .         . .  .  • 

Ditto,  19  years  (ditto),  a  pension  of.  • 

Ditto,  20  years  (ditto) 


Clause  174 

eontxfimed. 


•  • 


i» 


I) 


4<f .  a-day. 


>t 


If 


2.  The  above  rates  of  pension  will  be  increased  by  the  daily 
rates  of  good-conduct  pay  of  which  the  men  were  in  receipt  at  the 
time  of  their  transfer  to  the  Army  Reserve,  or  to  which  they 
would  have  been  entitled  had  they  not  been  promoted  to  a  rank 
above  that  of  corporal  j  provided,  however,  that  the  total  amount 
of  pension  shall  not  exceed  lOd.  a-day  for  a  private,  !«•  for  a 
corporal,  and  1^.  3</.  for  a  serjeaiit. 

8.  The  cases  of  men  discharged  in  consequence  of  accidents  or 
sickness  contracted  in  and  by  service  in  the  Army  Reserve  will  be 
specially  considered. 

4.  Clause  2,  Reserve  Forces  Circulars,  1871,  and  Clause  102, 
Army  Circulars,  1882,  are  hereby  cancelled. 


REGULATIONS    FOB    THE    COMMISSARIAT 
AND  TRANSPORT  STAFF. 


Revised  Schedules  of  Barrack  Fumiture. 

1.  The  following  articles  will  be  inserted  in  Schedule  28a,  added  Clause  175 
by  Clause  192,  Army  Circulars,  1881,  to  the  Schedules  of  Barrack 
Furniture,  Bedding,  and  Utensils,  promulgated  by  Clause  174, 

Army  Circulars,  1880 : — 

28a.  DRILL  ARTICLES. 
ArtiUfiy,  at  Stationt  where  there  are  no  Gymnaeia. 

No. 
Guards,  hand,  single-stick.  •         . .         .  •         . .         . .       6 
Helmets,  wire,  fencing,  land  serrico        . .         ••         . .       2 
Sticks,  ash,  fencing . .         .  •         . .  . .         . .      12 

2.  The  following  addition  will  be  made  to  Schedule  29  of  the 
above-mentioned  Schedules  of  Barrack  Fumiture,  Bedding,  and 
Utensila,  after  "  Rests,  tripod,  with  rings  " : — 


Sheets,  ground,  waterproof,  part- worn 


Ditto, 


ditto 


For  each  Regiment  of  CaralrT, 
Battalion  of  Infantry,  or  single 
DepAt.f 

For  Cavalry  DopAt,  Canterbury, 
or  each  double  Dep^t.f 


t  The  sVeets  issued  to  tht'!*e  Depots  will  be  also  u^d  by  the  Militia  Battalions. 


,]  16 


Begolations  for  the  Ordnance  Store  Department 


SE6ULATI0NS  FOB  THE  OBDNANGE  8T0BE 

DEPARTMENT. 

Supply  of  Small-Arms. 

ClaU8el76  1.  All  questions  and  demands  relative  to  the  supply  of  small* 
arms,  which  have  hitherto  been  sent  to  the  Commissary-Gencrsl 
of  Ordnance,  Royal  Arsenal,  Woolwich,  will  in  futare  be  sent 
direct  to  the  Senior  Ordnance  Store  Officer,  Tower  of  London. 

2.  The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  154  of  the 
Regulations  for  the  Ordnance  Store  Department,  1879  (Army 
Regulations,  Vol.  IV.,  Part  II.)  :— 

154a.  Demands  for  small-arms  will  be  sent  to  the  Senior 
Ordnance  Store  Officer^  Tower  of  London. 

Bevised  Priced  Vocabnlary  of  all  Stores  (except  Cbtfaing), 

used  in  Her  Miyesty's  Service. 

Clause  177  1-  A  revised  edition  of  the  Vocabnlary  of  Stores  used  in  Her 
Majesty's  Service  has  been  approved,  and  will  be  issued  as  soon  as 
possible  to  all  concerned.  It  will  take  eflect  from  1st  October 
1882. 

2.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  the  instructions  added 
to  the  Ordnance  Score  Regulations,  in  place  of  paragraphs  241-249^ 
by  Clause  165,  Army  Circulars,  1879 : — 

S41*  Stores  issued  on  repayment  or  prepa]rment,  and 
stores  lost,  damaged,  or  destroyed  by  neglect,  will  be  diarged 
for  according  to  the  mtes  specified  in  the  vocabulary  as 

follows ; — 

(a.)  Services  provided  for  in  Imperial  Estimates,  charges 
against  the  Regular  and  Auxiliary  Forces  for  stores 
lost,  damaged,  or  destroyed,  and  against  store 
accountants  for  deficiencies : — 

No.  1  Balance  Sheet  or  Contract  Rates,  as  applicable, 
without  addition  for  departmental  expenses. 

(i.)  All  other  services — 

No.  2  Balance  Sheet  or  Contract  Rates,  as  applicable, 
with  departmental  expenses,  as  specified  in  para- 
graph 242. 

948.  The  charges  for  departmental  expenses  will  be 
calculated  as  follows : — 

At  foreign  stations,  15  per  cent,  on  the  total  valoe. 
At  home  stations,      5      „  „  ^, 


17  [Ajagwu  tmmm 

Begnlataons  for  the  Ordnance  Store  Department— ^onttmMd 


948.  These  departmental  charges  include  all  expenses  Clause  177 
incidental  to  receipt,  inspection^  storag.^,  ordinary  packing,     oonHmu^, 
issue,  and  clerical  labour  at  the  store  depdts  and  head-quarters, 
but   not  the  cost  of  packing-cases,  special  packing,  or  any 
freight  of  carriage  beyond  the  store  depdt  from  which  tbe 
articles  are  issued. 


The  above  percentages  will  be  added  to  claims 
without  reference  to  tne  condition  of  the  stores  issued,  but 
will  not  be  assessed  on  charges  for  repairs,  washing,  and  other 
labour,  nor  on  the  value  of  stores  sold  by  auction  or  tender. 


Articles  which  have  been  issued  on  payment  will,  as 
fiur  as  practicable,  be  marked  with  the  sale  marks  of  the 

department,  thus  T,  and  articles  so  marked  will  on  no  account 

be  received  back  into  store. 

946.  Calculations  connected  with  returns  of  the  value  of 
articles  in  store,  or  for  general  average  in  the  case  of  ressels 
carrying  stores,  will  be  made  on  No.  1  Balance  Sheet,  or  on 
contract  rates,  as  may  be  applicable. 

•4t.  In  all  repayment  and  other  vouchers  of  account, 
store  ledger  headings,  reports  of  issue  and  demands,  the 
names,  arrangement,  and  descriptions  given  in  the  vocabulary 
will  be  strictly  adhered  to. 

948*  In  regard  to  stores  now  in  possession  and  on  ledger 
charge,  any  necessary  corrections  of  nomenclature  will  be 
made  by  means  of  transfer  vouchers  (Army  Form  O  1049). 

M4Bm  In  cases  where  it  is  necessary  to  issue  stores  in 
parts  or  detail,  and  not  in  a  complete  state  as  received  from 
the  Tower  or  Woolwich,  the  items  will  be  charged  in  the 
ledgers  in  detail  as  ^*  spare,'^  or  '*  parts  of,''  as  the  case  may 
be,  in  accordance  with  the  vocabulary;  transfer  vouchers 
being  used  in  support  of  such  transactions. 

•48a.  In  cases  where  No.  2  Balance  Sheet  or  contract 
prices  are  charged,  the  original  repayment  voucher  will  also 
show  the  total  value  of  the  stores  supplied,  calculated  by  No.  1 
Balance  Sheet  or  contract  prices,  but  without  the  depart- 
mental expenses.  This  information  will  not,  however,  be 
inserted  in  the  duplicate  voucher. 

848ft.  Repayment  vonchers  sent  to  the  War  Office  for 
the  recovery  of  the  amount  due  will  be  made  on  Army  Form 
O  1018,  and  will  in  all  cases  be  supported  by  prioed  receipts 
on  Army  Form  O  1024, 


AiiKUAt  1882.]  18 


Regulations  for  the  Ordnance  Store  Department— oMitiMMd 


Clause  177  940c.  Store  Accountants  will  enter  all  articles  as  far  u 

eontinved.  possible  Under  the  head  and  section  of  their  store  ledgers 

correspondincr  with  those  under  which  the  items  appear  in 
the  vocabulary. 

249i.  Stores  belon^ng  to  more  than  one  brancli  of  equip- 
ment will  be  accounted  for  in  one  section  only  of  store  ledgen, 
though  shown  for  convenience  of  reference  in  several  sections 
of  the  vocabulary.  Wherever  stores  appear  in  sections  under 
which  they  should  not  be  accounted  for,  reference  is  made  to 
the  page  of  the  section  wherein  they  should  be  shown  in  store 
ledgers. 

3.  Clauses  155,  174s  and  284,  Army  Circulars,  1879,  together 
with  so  much  of  the  Errata  and  Addenda  to  the  Ordnance  Store 
Kegulatiocs,  issued  with  the  Army  Circular,  dated  1st  July  1880, 
as  amends  paragraph  8,  Clause  155,  Army  Circulars,  1879,  are 
herebv  cancelled. 


EQUIPMENT  BEOULATIONS. 
s.— maovziAB  romoas. 


[Instructions  for  Preservation  of  Ordnance,  Ac— Ordnance 

Firing  Blank  Charges. 

Clause  178.  l.  The  following  will  be  substituted  for  paragraph  87  on 
page  56^  of  Appendix  V.  to  the  Equipment  Regulations^  1881 
(Army  Regulations,  Vol.  III.) : — 

8Y,  AH  ordnance  used  for  saluting  purposes,  or  for  any 
purpose  in  which  blank  charges  only  are  employed,  will  be 
examined  after  four  times  the  number  of  rounds  laid  down 
in  the  table  contained  in  paragraph  86  for  the  particular 
description  of  gun  when  fired  with  projectiles. 

2.  The  foregoing  instructions  will  apply  equally  to  all  ordnance 
in  charge  of  the  various  Corporations  and  Public  Bodies  in  the 
United  Kingdom,  and  General  Officers  Commanding  will  take 
steps  for  communicating  these  instructions. 

Instructions  for  the  Preservation  of  Ordnance,  Ac— Testivg 
and  Preservation  of  Lifting  Apparatus. 

Glansel79  ^^  following  will  be  added  after  paragraph  821 ,  on  psfs  60P 
cf  Appendix  V.  to  the  Equipment  Regulations,  1881  (Ar^y 
Begulations,  Vol.  III.) : — 


19  [AugiMt  1889. 


Equipment  Regulations  (Regular  ForceBy-contimied. 


XnL-WZXrOBB8  AND  0HAZK8  FITTED  IN  SHBLL  LIFTS. 


1.  Testinff. 

889*  It  beiiiff  desirable  that  ali  winches  and  chains  fitted  Clause  179 
in  shell  lifts  in  Forts  and  Batteries  should  be  periodically  oot^tinwd. 
subjected  to  a  working  trial,  Officers  Commanding  Royal 
Artillery  Districts  will  arrange  that  every  shell-lifting  appa- 
ratus in  their  districts  be  tested  annually  with  a  weight  equal 
to  1^  times  the  greatest  weight  the  apparatus  will  have  to  lift 
under  service  conditions. 


The  trials  should  be  conducted  in  the  presence  of  a 
member  of  the  Royal  Engineer  Department,  who  will  inspect 
the  apparatus  before  and  after  trial,  and  note  any  signs  of 
weakness  which  may  have  been  disclosed. 


S.  PreMTvation. 


894k  All  those  parts  of  the  apparatus  which  are  not 
painted  should  be  oiled  at  least  once  every  year  to  preserve 
them  from  rust. 


XI.— AVZZXJ[A»T  rO»0B8. 

Receipt  of  Equipment— Damages  to  Arm-Chests. 

The  following  will  be  inserted  after  paragraph  1133  of  the  Clause  180 
Regulations  for  the  Militia,  1880  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  VIII.)^ 
and  after  paragraph  585  of  the  Regulations  for  the  Volunteer 
Force,  1881  (Army  Regulations,  Vol.  IX.) : — 

When  arms  are  removed  from  the  arm-chests  the  greatest 
care  will  be  taken  not  to  damage  the  chest  fittings.  In 
future,  when  the  fittings  appear  to  have  been  injured  by 
unfair  treatment  their  value  will  be  charged  against  the 
regiment  or  corps  codfeerned. 


GENERAL  REGULATIONS. 


KQitary  Books  and  Maps. 

With  reference  to   Clause    178,   Array  Circulars,  1879,  to  Clause  181 
Clause  182,  Army  Circulars,  1880,  and  to  Clause  285,  Army 
Circulars,  1881,  the  undermentioned  books  and  maps  have  been 
published,  and  will  be  added  to  the  list  of  works  promulgated  by 


AaffiMl  MM.]  M 


General  Regulations  (Begolar  Forces)— <»ntmu€eL 


Clause  181  the  Appendix  to  the  last-Damcd  clause,  which  will  be  amendr 
eoniinmed,    accordingly : — 

Books. 

BelgitUD,  Anned  Strength  of,  188S  1     7 

Engineering,  Instruction  in,  Part  I.  (Field  Defences),  3rd  1^7 

Edition,  1881. .  ••  ..  ••  ••  ••         **  i 

Equipment  Begulationn,  1881,  Appendix  IT.,  InitraotioDe  1  q    g 

fo?  keeping  Rojal  Artillery  Store  Accoimte        ..         ..  T 
Examination  Fapen,  Militia  Subalrcma,  in  Militaij  Snbjecte  \   o    ^ 

for  ConuniMions  in  the  Line.    MareH,  1882        . .         . .  j 
MeifO-tint,  leale  of  shade  for  indicating  tlopea  in  . .  OS 


Map  of  Egypt,  in  four  theetg,  printed  m|p^.^  ^  ^         ^  ^^ 
four  colours.  Scales  jjj^cjnf*  or  31666  V     ^  ^^  ^^^  ^y^^^ 
inches  to  a  mile  • .         • .         . .  j 

The  map  of  Egypt  can  also  i)e  obtained  by  the  public  at 
4i.  the  set  of  four  sheets  from  the  usual  agents  of  the  Stationery 
Office. 


Army 

Clause  182       ^*  '^^^  following  has  been  added  to  the  List  of  Newspapers  in 
which  Army  Advertisements  are  authorized  to  appsar:^ 

"  The  Huntly  Express  "  (Aberdaenahire). 

8.  The  List  of  Newspapers  promulgsted  by  Clause  186|  Army 
Circulars,  1880,  will  be  amended  acconlingly.  * 


VOLUNTEERS. 

Appointment,  &c.,  of  Offioers. 

Clause  183  Paragraph  329  of  the  Regulations  for  the  Volunteer  Force,  1881 , 
is  hereby  cancelled ;  but  Officers  who  already  hold  double  commis- 
sions in  the  Auxiliary  Forces  will  be  allowed  to  retiun  them. 


Mobilization  of  the  First  Class  i^my  Beserve— Men  oiDad 

out  Yor^exinaneiit  ^rvice. 

(xsivn)  AM  A  unciAL  AMxr  oacvLAM  ojf  no  S6ts  juit  ises.) 

Clause  184  L  Her  Majesty  having  been  graciously  pleased,  by  Boyal 
Proclamation,  to  direct  that  all  soldiers  who  have  been  transferred 
to  the  First  Class  of  the  Army  Reserve  Force  on  or  after  tbe 
1st  day  of  January  1881,  who  had  not  then  completed  12  yeara* 
service^  be  called  out  for  permanent  service  frvm  the  86th  July 
1882^  Officers  Commanding  Regimental  Districts  will  at  Ottce 
follow  tlie  instructions  contained  in  the  RegulAtions  for  the 
Mobilisation  of  the  First  Class  Army  Reserve,  issued  with  Claoss 
167»  Army  Circulars,  1882. 


ai  [. 


General  Begolatioiis  (Aiudliu^  aad  BAwnB¥orc?Bh-<xmiif*^* 

2.  The  date  to  be  inserted  by  Officers  Commanding  Regimental  GlanMlSi 
Districts  in  the  notices   (Army   Fonn  D  424),  referred  to  in    «oirfi»wrf. 
paragraph  8  of  the  above-mentioned  Regulations,  will  be  the 
2nd  Angnst  1882.    The  blank  spaces  in  the  placards  (Army  Form 
I)  451)  will  be  carefully  filled  in  at  the  regimental  or  pension 
district  before  they  are  issued. 

8.  The  term  '' Officers  C!ommanding  Regimental  Districts'* 
includes  Staff  Officers  of  Pensioners,  where  they  still  remain  in 
charge  of  districts. 

4.  Men  of  the  1st  Class  Army  Reserve  who  are  serving  in 
the  Ri^al  Irish  Constabulary  will  not  be  called  up  for  Army 
Service. 

6.  The  following  are  the  Special  Instructions  referred  to  in  the 
above-mentioned  Regulations  for  the  Mobilisation  of  the  First  Class 
Army  Reserve^  1882 : — 

Men  of  Royal  Horse  Artillery. 

Will  be  sent  to  Woolwich  to  report  themselves  to  the 
Officer  Commsnduig  Dep6t,  R.H.A. 


Men  of  Royal  Artillery. 

To  Woolwich,  to  report  themselves  to  the  Officer  Com 
manding  Dep6t^  London  Division,  R.A. 

Men  of  Royal  Engineers. 

To  Aldershot  or  Chatham,  according  to  the  notification 
which  is  attached  to  each  man's  documents,  to  report  them- 
selves to  the  Officer  Commanding  R.E.  Troops,  Aldershot,  or 
to  the  Brigade  Major,  R.E.j  Brompton  Barracks,  Chatham, 
as  the  case  may  lie. 

Men  of  Comnmeariai  and  Dranepofrt  Corps. 

To  the  Dep6t,  Conunissariat  and  Transport  Corps, 
Aldershot. 

Men  of  Ordnance  Store  Corps. 

To  the  Depdt,  Ordnanoe  Store  Corpa^  Woolwich. 

Men  of  Army  Hospital  Goffps. 

To  the  Dep6t,  Army  Hospital  Ca^ph  4^^i9rehtA. 

Men  of  Cavalry  Regimente. 

To  the  4th  Dragoon  Guards,  Aldershot 

Men  of  mn^s  Royal  R^  Ooepe  and  R^h  Bripeuie. 
To  the  Rifle  DepAt,  Winchester. 


AttfWit  18S9.]  3S 


General  Begulations  (Aiudliary  and  Reserve  Forces)— ccMiii'iaMdL 

Olaute  184  ^^^  ^f  ^^  Grenadier  Guards. 
eonHnmed,  ff^  ^jjg  g^jj  g^^  Grenadier  Guards,  Cork. 

Men  of  the  Coldstream  Guards* 

To  the  2nd  Bn.,  Coldstream  Guards,  Dublin. 

Men  of  the  Scots  Guards, 

To  Ist  Bn.,  Scots  Guards,  Wellington  Barracks,  London. 

Men  of  the  West  Kent  Regiment  {late  50th  and  97th). 
To  1st  Bn«  West  Kent  Regiment,  Aldershot. 

Men  of  the  Royal  Irish  Fusiliers  (late  87th  and  S9th); 
Men  of  the  Royal  Dublin  Fusiliers  (late  102nd  and  103rd). 

To  Ist  Bn.  Royal  Irish  Fusiliers,  Aldershot. 

Men  of  the  Royal  Irish  Regiment  {late  18th), 

To  2nd  Bn.  Royal  Irish  Regiment,  Chatham. 

Men  of  the  York  and  Lancaster  Regiment  {late  65th  and  84M). 
To  2nd  Bn.  York  and  Lancaster  Regiment,  Curragfa. 

Men  of  the  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders  {late  91st  and  93n/). 
To  Depdt,  Cameron  Highlanders,  Fort  George. 

Men  of  the  Royal  Highlanders  {late  42nd  and  73rd). 
Men  of  the  Seaforth  Highlanders  {late  72nd  and  78th). 

To  Ist  Bn.  Royal  Highlanders,  Edinburgh. 

Men  of  the  Highland  Light  Infantry  {late  71st  and  7Ath). 
To  2nd  Bn.  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Aldershot. 

Men  of  the  Hampshire  Regiment  {late  37th  and  67th). 
To  35th  Regimental  District,  Chichester. 

Mefi  of  the  Shropshire  Light  If  if  ant  fy  {late  5Srd  and  85th). 
To  1st  Bu.  Shropshire  Light  Infantry,  Dublin. 

Men  of  West  Surrey  Regiment  {late  2nd). 

To  Dep6t,  West  Kent  Regiment,  Maidstone. 

Men  of  Royal  Inniskilling  Fusiliers  {late  27th  and  108th). 
To  Depdt,  Royal  Irish  Fusiliers,  Armagh. 

Men  ofLeinster  Regiment  {late  100th  and  109M). 

To  Dep6t,  Royal  Irish  Regiment,  Clonmel. 
Men  of  Royal  Lancaster  Regiment  {late  Aih). 

To  Dep6t,  York  and  Lancaster  Regiment,  Pontefivcl. 
Men  of  Devonshire  Regiment  {late  11th). 

To  Dei)6t,  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry,  Bodmin^ 


SA  [Aagnsi  1«8«. 


General  Regulations  (Auxiliary  and  Beserve  ForoeBy-continued. 

Men  of  Wiltshire  Regimmt  (late  62f id  and  99th).  Clause  1B4 

To  Depot,  Berkshire  Begiment,  Beading. 

Men  of  Middlesex  Regiment  (late  57th  and  77 th). 
To  De()8t,  Sussex  Regiment,  Chicliester. 

Men  of  Worcestershire  Regiment  {late  29ih  and  36/A). 

To  Depdt,  Shropshire  Light  Infantry,  Shrewsbury. 

Men  of  Derbyshire  Regiment  {late  4.5th  and  95th). 

To  Depdt^  South  Staffordshire  Regiment,  Lichfield. 

Men  of  all  other  Infantry  Regiments. 

To  the  Depots  of  the  Regiments  in  which  they  last  senred. 


ASMT  FORMS  AND  BOOKS. 

1 .  The  following  Army  Forms  and  Books  have  been  approved : —  Clause  185 

Army  Form  B  72,  '*  Form  of  Commitment  to  Provost  Prison 
for  safe  custody  when  awaiting  trial  by,  or  sentence  of, 
Court-Martial/' 

Army  Form  B  94, ''  Form  of  Discharging  Order  in  case  of 
detention  in  Provost  Prison  for  safe  custody  when 
awaiting  trial  by,  or  sentence  of,  Court-Martial.'' 

Army  Form  B  99,  '^  Weekly  Nominal  Return  of  Men  dis- 
charged to  Pension  by  the  General  OflBcer  Com- 
manding." 

Army  Form  D  458,  ^'Notice  to  uewly-admitted  Army 
Pensioners  at  Home.**  A  distribution  will  be  made 
when  ready  for  issue. 

Army  Form  H  1170,  *<  Letter  from  Ordnance  Store  Officer 
regarding  disposal  of  Worn-out  Clothing.''  A  dis- 
tribution will  be  made  when  ready  for  issue. 

Army  Form  N  1686,  "Form  of  Account  Current  for 
Officers  sent  Abroad  on  Special  Service  and  rendering 
Direct  Accounts  to  the  War  Office." 

Army  Form  O  1 774,  ^  Engineer  Pay  to  Men  not  employed 
on  Public  Works."  A  distribution  will  be  made  when 
ready. 

Army  Book  1 70,  ^  Receipts  and  Consigpments  by  Bill  of 
Lading."  Applicable  to  the  Commissariat  and  Trans- 
port  Staff  on  Field  Service, 


Aaffttit  M0«.]  JM 


Army  FormB  and  Bookdr^ontinHed. 


OlaUMlSS       ^*  ^^^  following  Army  Forms  and  Books  have  been  oan- 
09mhmmd,    celled ; — 

Army  Fonn  O  847, «'  Detail  of  Packing  Naval  TraTdling 
Carriage  and  Limber  of  12  or  9-pr.  R.B.L.  Onn.* 

Army  Form  O  848,  "  Detail  of  Packing  Naval  Travelling 
Carriage  and  Limber  of  9-pr.  (8  or  6  cfpt)  R.M.L. 
Gnn/' 

8.  Army  Form  H  1158  will  in  future  be  designated.  "  Requisi- 
tion and  8iae  Roll  for  Clothing  for  Oarrison  Staff,  Staff-Serjeanti 
of  Recruiting  Districts,  Recruiters  (Enrolled  Pensioners),  and  Ptt^ 
manent  Staff  of  the  Army  Reserve."  The  Form  has  been  amended 
so  as  to  apply  to  non-commissioned  officers  employed  on  the 
Oarrison  Staff  and  on  the  Staff  of  Recruiting  Districts.  A  supply 
of  the  revised  Form  will  be  issued  when  printed^  but  any  present 
stock  of  the  Form  may  be  used  for  Pensioners  employed  as 
Recruiters  and  on  the  Permanent  Staff  of  the  Army  Reserve. 

4.  The  title  of  Army  Book  148  will  in  future  be  ''  Register  of 
Requisitions,  Royal  Engineer  Department." 


'/Wt/c^'^^''^— 


[Wt.  iM  aoo-t|n-«Mt] 


[Issued  with  Arnvj  Circular,  doled  1st  Avgust  1882. 


FINANCIAL    INSTRFOTIONS 


IN   RELATION  TO 


ARMY    ACCOUNTS. 


WAB  OFFICE,  1882. 


LONDON: 

FBDITED  FOB  HXB  HAJXSTY'S  STATIONEBT  OFnOE, 

BY  HARRISON  AND  SONS, 

FEniTEBS  IN  OBDINABT  TO  HEB  UAJESTT 

1862. 


3 


TABLE  OF  CONTENTS. 


Sicxioir  I.— AEMY  PAY  DEPABTMKNT  ^- 

I.  GnrsBAL  Natubx  of  Duma     ••        ••        • •  5 

II.  BsTUBirg  inD  Bbposts •        •  8 

SfiCTioa    IL— CK)JEtBBSF0NDE2JrCE , 9 

sbctiok  in.— estimates  and  supply  op  funds  ^- 

I.  AkhUAI.  OsREXAL  EbTIHATBS  A2a>  EzPEia>ITUSB  (VctBMXOia  SxAxioirB)  II 

n.  MORTHLT  GSVBBAL  ESTDtlTBS   (FoBBIGN  STATIOITO) 12 

in.  Monthly  Cash  Ebtixatbs  fob  Distbict  aicd  B^amirTAL  Sib- 

ncza        12 

IT.  Imfbbstb 16 

T.  BAiTKnra •        16 

Sktion  rV.— office  BOOKS:— 

I.  AccowT  Books 17 

n.  MncBLLAinsorB  Books ••        ••  18 

Sacnoir  V.— ACCOUNTS  :— 

I.  Cash  Accounts     ..        ..        ••        ••        ..        ,.        ••        ••  19 

General       ..         ..         • •         ••        ..IQ 

DiBtrict  and  Station  Aooonnts •       ...  20 

Begimentel  mad  Beranental  Difltrict  Pay  Lists 20 

Sdl)  Aeoounti  Ouxrent  ptogim«itto  sod  Begimgptal  Dirtriet^)       •  •  22 
c)  Sub*  Accounts  ^-- 

(1.)  Qeneral 23 

(2.)  Begular Forces  ..         ..          **        23 

(3.)  MiUtia ••         ..         ..         ..  24 

(4.^  Yolunteers          ••         .. 25 

(6.)  Staff  Officers  of  Pensioners     ••         ••         ••         ..25 

(/.)  India  Voyage  Pi^  Listo 25 

(jf.)  Agents'  Accounts • «         . .         •  •         . .  26 


i: 


YOVCHSBS  AND  SCHBDUUH — 

General       ••         ••        ••         ••        26 

Dutrict 27 


it! 


m.  PATxsinB •        ••        ..28 

IT.  BlCBIFTS 80 

T.  Babback,  Hospital,  A3n>  Pbisou  DAXAGja 81 

Smiiov  YI.— ABSTRACTS  OF  EXAMINATION  DECISIONS  AND  DIS- 
ALLOWANCES   32 

Sicnov  Yn.— ADJUSTMENT  OF  PAYMENTS :— 

I.  BKrwssH  the  Wab  Office  akd  thb  Admibaltt       34 

n.  BBTwnor  Patuabtibs  at  Homb           . .        •  •        . .        •  •        . .  35 

m.  Bbtweex  Patiiastebs  at  Hokb  aio)  Abboad            .  •        •  •        •  •  37 

IT.  Adtavcbs  to  Men  Belboatrd  to  thb  1st  Class  Abmt  Eisxbtb   •  •  38 

SiCTioar  Yin.— REMITTANCES  :— 

I.  Rbmittabcbs  FBov  Abboad  (BxcxPt  India) .39 

n.  RnariANCBi  fbox  India.  . ••40 

SiCTXON  IX.— NON-EFFECTIYE  ESTATES  :— 

I.  Obnbbal •        ••  40 

n.  Non-Effbctitb  Accounts  OF  MsN        ••        •        ••  40 

in.  Rbpobt  OF  Effects         41 

IT  DiSTBiBirnoN  OF  SoLDiBBs' Estates •• ••  42 

T.  Pbitatb  Pbofxbtt  of  Soldi  ebb  SiNTiycBD  to  Penal  Sbbtitudi 

OB  Impbisonhent        43 

B  2 


T£Q9 

SECTioy  X.— PAY  OF  OFFICKKS  i— 

I.  General •         ••         ••  4S 

II.  Depabtmental ••         tf 

(a.)  Army  Pay  Department      ••         • ,•  4& 

(b.)  Chaplains' Pepartment ^ 

(c.)  Medical  Department  ••         ..         ••         ••         ••         ••46 

m.  Begihental 46 

fa.^  General  Begulations  ..         ..         ••         ••         ••         ••46 

b.)  Commiuid  Pay  and  AUoirances— Artillery  and  EngineerB        .  •  48 

(c.)  Engineer  Pay  and  Extra  Pay .  •  4H 

(rf.)  Extra-Duty  Pay 49 

IT.  Indlot  Otfioebs  ox  Leave  is  the  Colonies    . .        .  •        • .        .  •  49 

Section  XI.— BECRUITING  :— 

I.  Pay  axd  BBCBrrmro  Rbwabdb 49 

n.  Fbaui>ulekt  ob  Ikpbopeb  Exlistmekt 60 

III.  Kewabds  vob  the  Detection  of  Debsbtioit  and  Fbauditlxnt  ob 

Ijf  PBOFEB  Enlistment           61 

Section  XII.— pay  op  WABRANT  OFFICERS,  NON-COMMISSIONED 

OFFICERS  AND  MEN  :— 

I.  Genebal  Regulations 52 

n.  Adtaxce  op  Pat ••        •  53 

ni.  Extra-Dctt  Pay 65 

IT,  Extra -Duty  Pay  on  Boabd  Ship          55 

T.  Working  Pay  and  Enoineeb  Pay 5S 

Ti.  Extra-Duty  Pay  and  Dbpabtmental  Pay,  Abmy  Hospital  Cobps  57 
Tii.  Extra-Duty  Pay  and  Depabticbntal   Pay,  Commusabiat   and 

Transport  Corps  and  Ordnance  Store  Cobps 57 

Tni,  Good-Co  DUCT  Pay          5B 

IX.  Pbizes          ..         .«         58 

X.  Dbpbbbed  Pay 59 

XI.  SxorrAGEs 61 

(ft.)  Hospital  Stoppages            •  •         . .         . .         . .         • .         •  •  61 

(6.)  Compulsory  Stoppages  for  tbe  benefit  of  the  Wires  or  Childm 

of  Soldiers          61 

(c.)  Fines  for  Drunkenness       •«         ••         ••         ••         ••         •m  99 

(d.)  Stoppages  on   account   of    Public    Property    wilfully    Lost, 

Damaged,  &c.,  and  of  liabilities  incurred  prior  to  deserCioiu. 

xir.  Allowance  to  Soldiers  on  Dischabob         ••        .•        ••         ••63 

XIII.  Purchase  op  Soldiers*  Discharges •         ..  6S 

xiT.  Gratuities  to  Soldiers  sstilino  in  the  Colonies 64 

XT.  Justices'  Clerks'  Fees    ••         .#        • 64 

Section  XIII.— PAY  OF  DEPARTMENTAL  SUBORDINATES  •.         ••  6» 

SEC?noN  XIV.— NON-EFFECTIVE  PAY  AND  ALLOWANCES    .•         ..65 

Section  XV.— MODE  OF  COMPUTING  BROKEN  PERIODS     ..         ..66 

Section  XVI.— STAMP  DUTY  ;— 

I.  On  Receipts          ..         ••         ••         ••         • 66 

II.  On  BiLL^ .,         , 66 

III.  On  Co!7tracts •        ••         ••         ..         .•  67 

IT.  On  Agreements  tob  LnTtvai..        ••        67 

T.  On  Commissions •         ••         ••         ••  67 

Se(tion    XVII. -MOBILIZATION     OP    THE    FIRST-CLASS    ABMT 

RESERVE  FOR  PERMANENT  SERVICE    ••        ..67 

INDEX          71 


FINANCIAL    INSTRUCTIONS. 

1882. 


SECTION  I.-ASM7  FAY  DEPABTMENT. 


f .  Oeneral  Nature  of  Duties  ...      .•      1—81 

il.  Betume  and  Beporte...      —      ...      32-^6 


i.  Oenerml  Nature  of  Duties. 

iid  cSmmlS'.         ^*  ^^^  duties  of  the  Army  Pay  Department  will  be  to  receive,  DutiMof 
disburse,  and  account  for,  under  the  orders  of  the  Secretary  of  ^p***™"**- 
of  State,  moneys  receivable  and  payable  for  military  services,  and 
to  carry  out  such  other  instructions  as  may  from  time  to  time  be 
issued  by  the  Secretary  of  State 

Flo.  iMt,  1879.        2.  An  Officer  of  the  Army  Pay  Department  will  be  available  GoBdmooR  of 
for  general  duty  at  home  and  abroad,  and  will  be  liable  to  be  Jl^flS!^^ 
transferred  from  one  duty  to  another,  and  from  station  to  station, 
according  to  the  requirements  of  the  service. 

Do.  3.  A  Paymaster,  when  required  and  appointed  so  to  do,  will  TnasurF  ^uues. 

act  as  agent  for  the  Lords  Commissioners  of  the  Treasury,  in  the 
raising  and  movement  of  funds,  and  in  the  receipt  and  disburse- 
ment of  moneys  on  account  of  such  Imperial  and  Colonial 
Services  as  he  ipay  be  ordered  to  perform  in  his  capacity  of 
Treasury  Officer. 

Do.  4.  The  duties  of  the  Army  Pay  Department  on  active  service  j>iittM<mactire 

will  be  governed  by  any  special  Instructions  which  may  be  issued  "*^^^^ 
in  respect  of  an  Army  Operating  in  the  Field  as  well  as  by  these 
instructions* 

Do.  5.  A  Paymaster  will  take  the  prescribed  periodical  muster  noai^. 

of  the  Corps  to  which  he  is  attached. 

K'*  6.  The  duties  of  Paymasters  in  reference  to  the  record  of  soidien*nwrd!i 

soldiers'  services  and  the  charge  of  attestations  will  be  carried  out  "*•«««•««»•• 
in  strict  conformity  with  the  Queen's  Regulations  and  Orders  for 
the  Army. 

Do.  7.  Paymasters  will  at  all  times  be  ready  to  furnish  advice  lafenution  to  be 

and  information  on  Financial  matters  to  other  Officers  of  the  fSSS^'**'**' 
Army. 


6 


Vnnrressary 
I  <.«uc^  to  b€ 
uUcoii  tinned. 


r.iynicnt  of 
claim  not 
authorised  by 
hPirulaiions  to 
be  tlcitned. 


Ksccpiiwn  may 
be  nude  at  a 
rurci„n  Station. 


Il-'covcry  of 
VUI14  due  to  th« 
P  i!jlic. 


oaice  hours. 


r* 


rtt!U-fr*'  9«rTkes 
to  be  alwars 
aTuilablc. ' 


.tmo  to  be 
Tci:  Icred. 


Tiea<ury  chcit. 


•I.  jMiT  kn-'W- 
1»  «h  «■  lit  Trca- 

*IJTT  Chi  *l 
■It...  t. 


8.  It  is  a  Paymaster's  duty  to  bring  to  the  notice  of  his  ^>^  ie» 
Commanding  Officer  any  issue  of  pay  or  allowances  which  may 
appear  to  the  Paymaster  not  sanctioned  by  R^;uIations.     Tiie 
Officer  Commanding  will  cause  the  circumstances  to  be  enquired 
into^  with  a  view  to  the  discontinuance  of  the  issue. 

9.  In  the  event  of  a  Paymaster  receiving  for  payment  a  claim  Coc&=./ 
which  appears  to  him  not  authorised  by  the  Regulations,  it   is 

his  duty  to  point  out  to  the  Officer  Conmianding  the  District 
or  Corps,  or  the  head  of  the  Department  concerned,  as  the 
case  may  be,  that  the  claim  is  not  covered  by  the  Regulations.  It 
then  rests  with  the  Officers  concerned  to  obtain,  through  the  ordi- 
nary ehaiinels,  a  decision  on  the  claim  objected  to.  Pending  the 
receipt  of  such  decision  the  Paymaster  will,  under  the  powers 
i^onferred  by  the  Army  Act  of  1881,  Sec.  140,  defer  payment  of 
the  claim,  or  only  pay  such  portion  thereof  as  he  may  consider  to 
be  covered  by  the  Regulations. 

10.  In  case  of  emergency,  however,  at  a  foreign  station  the 
Officer  Commanding  the  Troops  may  authorise  payment  of  the 
claim  pending  the  reference  to  the  War  Office.  The  payment  will 
then  be  made  on  his  responsibility  and  the  Paymaster  will  be 
relieved  of  liability  in  respect  thereof.  A  copy  of  the  Commanding 
Officer's  authority  and  of  the  correspondence  thereon,  will 
be  forwarded  by  the  Paymaster  to  the  War  Office,  with  the  account 
in  which  the  charge  appears. 

11.  Should  a  Paymaster  at  anytime  experience  difficulty  in  r*a.ir  : 
obtaining  the  reimbursement  of  money  due  from  Officers  or  others, 

he  will  at  once  represent  the  circumstances  officially.  Commanding 
Officers  will  afford  every  -assistance  in  this  respect  fay  desiring 
Officers  under  their  command  to  settle  all  sums  due  by  them  to 
tlie  public  before  they  leave  a  station  or  district. 

12.  The   hours  during  which  the  offices  of  the  Armv  Pay  c««m.. 
Department  are  to  be  open  for  the  transaction  of  business  wiU 

be  determined  by  the  Commanding  Officer  in  concert  with  the 
Chief  Paymaster  (if  any)  and  will  be  made  known  for  the  iiH 
formation  of  the  garrison  and  the  public.  The  services  of  r.ji  ir> 
Officers  of  the  Department  will,  however,  be  available  at  all  times, 
if  required,  independently  of  the  hours  during  which  the  offices 
may  be  open. 

13.  Officers  of  the  Army  Pay  Department  will  assist  each 
other  \vhen  necessary  in  the  discharge  of  their  duties,  in  order  to 
facilitate  transaction  of  public  business. 

14.  Instructions  for  the  guidance  of  Officers  acting  oo  behalf 
of  the  Treasury  are  contained  in  the  ''  Regulations  for  Conducting 
the  Duties  of  the  Treasury  Chests  Abroad.*' 

15.  All  Officers  of  the  Army  Pay  Department  serving  abroad 

should  avail  themselves  of  any  opportunity  of  becoming  convenant 
with  the  mode  of  conducting  tbeTreasury  Chest  duties,  and  the  Senior 
Officer  in  charge  of  the  Chest  will  affi)rd  facilities  for  their  doing  so, 
subject  in  every  case  to  the  concurrence  of  the  Military  Officera 
under  whom  they  may  be  serving. 


i«« 


r\-. 


nn.  bit,  i07».        16.  Ftoymatera    urill    direct    and    superintend   the   clerks  iMneuon  of 
employed  in  their  offices,  and  will  be  responsible  that  they  duly  ^'^'  ^ 
fdlfil  the  duties  assigned  to  tiiem. 

Do.  17-  No  application  for  an  addition  to  the  clerical  establishment  Addition  to 

of  a  Pky  office  will  be  entertained,  unless  it  is  proved  to  tbednkir^' 
8ati8£M:tion  of  the  Secretary  of  State  that  the  Paymaster  is,  as  a 
rule,  occupied  in  the  duties  of  his  office  for  not  leas  than  six  hours 
arday. 

ixf,  18.  No  Officer  of  the  Army  Pay  Department  will  apply  public  DMing^vith 

■  by  th< 


money  to  any  purpose  not  authorized  by  the  regulations  of  the  ^^"  "'^"^* 
service,  nor  will  he  on  any  pretext  or  in  any  shape  whatever,  ad- 
vance, lend,  or  exchange,  any  sum  for  which  he  is  accountable. 

^  19.  No  Officer  of  the  Army  Pay  Department  will  carry  on,  or  be  OBemBok  to 

eoneemed  in  any  trade,  or  be  employed  in  any  agency.    He  will  *"'*'* '^'^^ 
not,  directly  or  indirectly,  derive  any  advantage  ftom  his  position 
beyond  his  authorised  pay  and  allowances. 

Bo.  20.  Any  Officer  of  the  Army  F^y  Department  who  may  be  poemiaiT 

»MW     ^  arrested  for  debt,  or  may  be  involved  in  pecuniary  difficulties,  will 
^^el^*^    ^^  thereby  disqualified  from  retaining  the  charge  of  public  money, 
and  will,  pending  due  investigation,  be  suspended  from  duty. 

^laft.,  tSTf.  21.  Should  any  circumstance  affecting  the  probity  or  fitness 
of  a  Paymaster  come  to  the  notice  of  the  Commanding  Officer  it 
will  be  his  duty  to  make  such  enquiries  as  he  may  think  fit,  and  to 

:««aituc.  report  the  matter,  should  he  deem  it  necessary,  to  superior 
authority. 

■ii.iiut.,  i87f.        22.  The  offices,  books,  and  accounts  of  Paymasters  and  their  impMaon. 
Sub-Accountants  will  be  open  at  all  times  to  the  inspection  of  the 
Officers  under  whom  they  may  be  immediatelv  serving,  and  of  such 
Officers  or  other  persons  as  may  be  specially  nominated  by  the 
Secretary  of  State  to  inspect  them. 

o«aiK««.  23.  A  Paymaster  will  be  liable  at  any  time  to  be  called  upon  wiimriofPubiM 

to  produce  the  balance  of  public  money  in  his  possession.  ''^*^' 

a  ivt,  isTf.        24.  A  Paymaster  will  be  held  responsible  that  no  arrear  isKoamtfto 
suffered  to  occur  in  the  work  of  his  office,  and  that  the  books  ^^^"* 
are  posted  up  daily  so  that  they  may  at  all  times  be  ready  for 
examination. 

Do.  25.  The  Chief  Piaymaster  (if  any^,  at  a  foreign  station  ^Ig^oT^BMr' 

exerdae  a  general  supervision  over  all  Officers  of  the  Army  Pay 
Department  employea  within  the  command,  and  will  recommend 
for  the  approval  of  the  General  Officer  Commanding  any  change  in 
the  allotment  of  duties  among  the  Officers  of  the  Department  which 
local  circumstances  may  render  necessary. 

26.  In  the  event  of  a  Paymaster's  death,  a  Board  of  Officers,  of  la  cm  of  doath. 
which  the  Chief  Paymaster,  if  practicable,  should  be  a  member, 
will  be  appointed  to  investigate  the  state  of  the  Paymaster's 
accounts,  and  a  report,  showing  the  result  of  the  investigation,  will 
be  transmitted  to  the  War  Office  as  eariy  as  possible,  through 
the  Commanding  Officer. 


8 


oS"e  re'wnif  "^'  ^"  ^"3^  cliangc  in  the  appointment  of  a  Paymaster,  or  on 

any  occasion  requiring  the  transfer  of  duties  from  one  Paymaster 
to  another^  the  books  duly  completed  and  closed  to  the  time  of 
transfer  will  be  handed  over  with  a  balance  sheet  certified  in 
duplicate^  one  copy  to  be  retained  with  the  books  by  the  incoming, 
and  the  other  by  the  outgoing  Paymaster,  and  all  books  or  doco* 
ments  connected  with  his  official  proceedings  will  be  left  with  his 
successor  as  office  records.  Should  any  delay  or  difficulty  arise 
in  the  transfer  of  duties,  books,  or  cash  iMtlance,  from  the  relieved 
Officer  to  his  successor,  an  immediate  report  on  the  subject  will 
be  made  to  the  War  Office  by  the  Commanding  Officer. 

28.  When  from  illness  or  any  other  cause  the  duties  of  a  Pay* 
master  devolve,  even  temporarily,  upon  another  Paymaster,  the 
circumstance  will  be  immediately  reported  to  the  War  Office,  and 
if  abroad  will  also  be  reported  to  the  Treasury  when  the  duties  oC 
the  Treasury  Chest  are  affected. 


na   Km 


R-r><*ftof  ih&nge 
of  Officer. 


rto-is^ 


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rMj'mastcreliJp. 


29.  In  the  event  of  a  Committee  of  Paymastership  being  ap-  c<mm^isf 
pointed  under  the  Pay  Warrant,  the  General  or  other  Officer 
Commanding  will  immediately  report  to  the  War  Office  the  names 
of  the  three  Officers  selected. 


One  member  30.  If  it  is  dcsired  by  the  Committee  that  one  member  thereof 

arrt^rds  ^  should  act  on  its  behalf  as  regards  the  receipt  and  payment  of  money, 
m^iali'^moS^l'  ^hc  othcr  members  will  notify  the  same  in  writing,  and  the  notifi- 
cation will,  if  approved  by  the  Officer  Commanding  be  trans- 
mitted by  him  to  the  War  Office,  or,  if  abroad,  to  the  Officer  in 
charge  of  the  Treasury  Chest.  In  the  latter  case,  such  notification 
will  be  sufficient  authority  to  the  Treasury  Chest  Officer  to  make 
the  necessary  issues  of  puolic  money  to  the  Officer  nominated  to 
act.  The  Officers  who  sign  the  notification  will  not,  however,  be 
relieved  of  their  joint  and  separate  responsibility  as  members  of 
the  Committee. 


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1 1  hr  prr]«red 

r.'.vii.aiitfr  for 
il.t  |>r«tent 


31.  The  term  '^  Paymaster,'^  as   used  in  these  Instructions,        ^ 
will  be  held  to  include  any  Committee  of  Paymastership,  Agent, 

or  Officer,  rendering  direct  accounts  to  the  War  Office,  except 
when  the  context  clearly  shows  that  such  interpretation  is  not 
applicable. 

il.  B«tiinui  and  B«porto. 

32.  Annual  Returns,  on  Army  Form  C  303,  embracing  id]||^^^\ 
Officers  and  subordinates  of  every  description  permanently  or 
temporarily  attached  to  the  Army  Pay  Department,  including 
Paymaster-Serjeants  and  all  other  clerks,  will  be  rendered  firom 
each  district  at  home,  and  from  each  command  or  station  abroad 
(India  excepted),  as  soou  as  possible  after  the  1st  of  October  in 
each  year. 

33.  These  Returns  will,  as  a  matter  of  convenience,  be  pre*  ns.  u. 
pared  and  transmitted  direct  to  the  War  Office  bj  the  District 
Paymaster,  to  whom  every  Officer  of  the  Army  Pn  Department 
serving  within  the  district,  elsewhere  than  in  the  District  OfBoe, 

will  supply  the  necessary  information  on  Army  Form  C  SM9 
which  is  for  local  uae  only. 


9 


ji.  inat.,  1879.  34.  District  Payraasters  at  home  and  abroad  will,  as  soon  omiaiiyretunw. 
a(Ver  the  ead  of  each  quarter  as  possible,  furnish  Returns  on 
Army  Form  0  800,  of  any  casualties  amongst  the  Officers  or 
subordinates  embraced  in  the  Annual  Return*  The  Quarterly 
Return  will,  for  districts  at  home^  contain  only  the  casualties  in 
the  District  Office.  At  foreign  stations  it  will  include  all  casualties 
within  the  command. 


Do. 


Do. 


35.  An  Annual  Confidential  Report  upon  every  Officer  serving  comad«miai 
in  the  Department  will  be  furnished  to  the  War  Office,  on  Army  ****"**• 
Form  C  306,  on  the  31st  March  in  each  year.      ^ 

l\6.  The  CJonfidential  Reports  will  be  prepared  and  rendered  nuooch  wiwm 
as  shown  below :—  »  b«  lent. 


Officer  on  whom  tbe 
report  ia  made. 


District  Paymaster .  • 


Junior  Paymasters  in  Dis- 
trict Office. 

Paymasters  attached  to  regi- 
ments, battalions,  corps, 
regimental  districts,  or 
establishments. 


By  whom  it  is 
to  be  made. 


General  Officer 
Commanding. 

District    Pay- 
master. 

Officer     Com- 
manding. 


Through  whom 
it  is  to  be  sent. 


General  Offi- 
cer Com- 
manding. 


To  whom  it  is  to 
be  addressed. 


The  Fmanoial 
-Secretary,   War 
Office. 


SECTION  n -CORBESFONDENCE. 


if-'.  A.C.IS8I. 


t.,  1^7». 


Po. 


37.  Officers  of  the  Army  Pay   Department  will,  in  official  £*31dii'**'^* 
correspondence,  be  addressed  as  somipondenc*. 

Chief  Paymaster, 
Staff  Paymaster,  or 
Paymaster, 

as  the  case  may  be,  and  will  invariably  attach  their  departmental 

rank  to  their  names  when  signing  official  documents. 

« 

38.  All  letters  and  communications  to  the  War  Office  from  unun  tnm 
District  Paymasters  will,  except  on  matters  of  routine,  be  sub- SSSS.^*'" 
mitted  through  the  Officer  Commanding  the  District  or  Station.   If, 
however,  the  District  Paymaster  is  directed  by  the  Officer  Com- 
manding to  refer  a  subject  to  the  War  Office  on  his  behalf,  the 

letter  will  be  signed  by  the  District  Paymaster,  as  "by  direc- 
tion ''  of  the  Officer  Commanding. ' 

80.  Correspondence  with  the  War  Office,  except  on  matters  u^ 
of  routine,  from  a  Paymaster  attached  to  a  Regiment,  Battalion  ^'^ 
Corps,  or  Regimental  District,  will  be  submitted  to  the  Officer 
Commanding,  and  forwarded  as  directed  in  the  Queen's  Regula- 
tions. 


10 


8JSSIiidiiig  not  ^'  ^^  Officer  in  commaiid  of  a  Battery  of  Royal  Aitilkry  or  cl$,  a.c 
K)  correspond  of  a  Troop  Of  Company  of  Royal  Engineers  senring  at  Home,  or  if 
wiiTofflot.^  ^^  serving  abroad  and  rendering  bis  accounts  tbrougb  a  Pa]rmaster,  will 
not  correspond  directly  with  tbe  War  Office  on  financial  questions 
except  in  cases  of  urgent  necessity.  He  will  refer  any  such 
questions  to  the  Paymaster  of  the  Battery,  Troop^  or  Company. 
Should  the  Officer  dissent  from  the  ruling  of  the  Paymaster,  he 
will  submit  tbe  correspondence  through  his  Commanding  Officer 
to  the  General  Officer  Commanding  the  District,  who  will  either 
settle  the  point  at  issue^  or,  failing  to  do  so,  refer  the  correspondence, 
with  his  remarks,  to  the  War  Office  for  decision. 

©tti TObjert"**^       41.  Each  letter  will  be  strictly  confined  to  one  subject* 

Reference  to  42.  In  letters  to  the  War  Office,  referring  to  former  cor* 

po^ndenoD."^      respondeuce,  the  subject  of  such  correspondence  will  be  briefly 
stated,  and  the  number  and  date  of  the  War  Office  letter  quoted. 


Form  of  letter. 


Hair  sheets. 


L%o  of  Memo- 
raudiun  Form. 


Rncloanres. 


Transmission  (^ 
accoimts. 


Dsaeription  00 

•OTtr. 


43.  Each  letter  will  be  written  in  duplicate,  on  the  left  hand 
half  of  the  paper,  the  other  half  being  left  blank  for  the  War 
Office  reply.     Both  copies  will  be  signed. 

44.  All  letters  will  be  written  on  foolscap  paper,  half  a  sheet 
of  paper  only  being  used  when  the  writing  does  not  extend  beyond 
the  second  page. 

45.  Army  Form  C  348  will  be  used  by  Paymasters,  as  &r  as 
possible,  for  correspondence  on  matters  of  detail,  when  com- 
municating with  one  another  or  with  their  sub-eccoontants. 

46.  Enclosures  will  l>e  numbered  consecutively,  and  will  be 

noted  on  the  covering  letter. 

47.  Accounts  and  printed  papers  transmitted  to  the  War  Office 
from  foreign  stations  will  be  sent  by  post,  and  not  as  ships^  parcels, 
in  all  cases  where  they  can  be  forwarded  by  British  Mul  Pbcketa. 
The  packages  will  be  made  up  in  covers  open  at  tlie  ends  or  sides,  so 
as  to  pass  at  the  reduced  rates  of  postage  chargeable  for  book  packets, 
and  the  postage  will  in  all  cases  be  prepaid. 

48.  When  accounts  or  documents  are  forwarded  to  the  War 
Office  their  description  will  be  briefly  stated  outside  on  the  laftrhand 
corner  of  the  cover.  The  letter  announcing  their  dispatch  should 
be  transmitted  separately  to  the  War  Office. 


nail 


Rc^ponslhility  of 
TaymAster. 


49.  All  letters  containing  negotiable  documents  will  be  doaed  ccc-    < 
by  the  Paymaster,  who  will  be  responsible  for  ensuring  their  safe  -  .  '*' 
izcgistnuon.      transmission   to  the  Post  Office.     When  the  documents  are  of  ~     .. 
an  easily  negotiable  character,  registration  will  be  resorted  to. 

Corre^pondenco         50.  Correspondence  on  subjects  connected  with  Commissariat  ru-  i- 
r,mi?rc""*     or  Ordnance  Store  Services,  mcluding  appeals  against  disaUow-"'^  " 

ances  relating  to  those  services,  will  be  addressed  to  the  Senior 

Officers  of  the  Departments  at  the  station. 

c  frr|*t)And*Dc«         51.  Corrcspondenco  relating  to  clothing  will  be  addressed  to  rj.  •-' 
Jilttuns^'         the  Director  of  Clothing  (Royal  Army  Clothing  Depot,  Oroaveoor 
Boad,  London). 


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M.A.C..  52.  All  letters  for  Army  Departments  or  Ettablidunents,  except  i<^t«n  to  >>« 

those  addressed  to  the  War  Office ;  the  Royal  AraemO,  Woolwich ;  ^""^ 
or  the  Royal  Army  Clothing  Dep6t,  Grosrenor  Road,  London ; 
will  be  fully  prepaid. 


SEGTIOH  m.— ESTIMATES  AND  SUPPLY  OF  FUNDS. 


Farmg. 

i.  Annual  Q«n«nd  Estlsiates  and  BjEpenditnre 

(VoTAiffn  Stationv)  »•»       •••       »••       •••       •••       •••   o8~^0 

IL  Xonthly   Ooneral  Satimates  CPorelffn   Sta- 

wiona/       •••      •••      •••      •••      •••      •••      ••■      ■••   0A"^Np 

ill.  Xonthly  Cash  Satimataa  for  Dlatriot  and 


•••      •••      •■•       •• 


*▼•  xxni^vaata  •••      •••      •••      •••      •••      •••      •■•      •••   vT^^9^ 

y*  JsanKinf    •••      •••      •••      •••      •••      ■••       •••      ■••   oo'^xu^ 


L  AwTiw^i  Oaneral  Eatimates  and  Expanditore  (Foreisn  Stations;. 

inst..  1879.  53.  The  Paymaster  in  charge  of  the  District  OfiSce  at  a  foreign  sstimatea  ihrn 
station  is  responsible  for  the  proper  compilation  and  punctual '®'*^*"  •*^**°** 
transmission  to  the  War  OfiBce  of  the  Annual  General  Estimate 
for  all  Army  services  within  the  command.  The  estimate  prepared 
on  the  printed  forms  transmitted  from  the  War  Office  to  each 
station,  will  be  compiled  in  duplicate^  with  a  due  r^ard  to  the 
headings  of  the  Parliamentary  Votes^  and  the  copies  will  be 
despatched  by  separate  mails^  so  that  one  copy  at  least  may 
reach  the  War  Office  not  later  than  the  1st  of  December. 

x^  54.  To  enable  the  Paymaster  to  compile  this  Estimate,  every  DeiaiM  nb* 

Regiment,  Battalion,  Corps  and  Department  will  furnish  him  by  a  «(<»**«•• 
given  day  with  a  detailed  sub-estimate  of  its  expenditure  for  the 
ensuing  year.  The  details  shown  in  the  Sub-Estimates  of  the  Royal 
Engineer  Department,  and  of  the  Ordnance  Store  Department, 
may  be  limited  to  the  proposed  charges  for  Staff  and  subordinates, 
kCy  the  amounts  therein  estimated  for  works  and  stores  as 
approved  by  the  Officer  commanding  being  shown  only  in  gross. 
The  sob-estimates  will  be  forwarded  to  the  War  Office  witib  the 
General  Estimate. 

55.  The  General  Estimate  will  be  submitted  to  a  Committee,  ooicni  efUmate 
composed  of  the  Governor,  the  Officer  Commanding,  the  Com-{JJ«^™J^^* 
manding  Royal  Engineer,  the  Senior  Commissariat  Officer,  the 
Senior  Ordnance  Store  Officer,  and  the  Paymaster  in  charge  of  the 
District  Office.    The  Committee  will  carefully  consider  each  item  Dottwof 
in  the  estimate,  and  will  suggest,  for  the  Secretary  of  State's  cen-  o<»«i"«*5 
sideration,  such  reductions   and  alterations  as  they  may  deem 
expedient  and  practicable;  and  the  report  of  their  procieedings 
and  recommendations  will  accompany  the  General  Estimate,  so 
that  both  may  come  onder  consideration  at  the  same  time. 


Do. 


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Army  Exptn- 
diture  Abnad. 


Fxpcnditurcin 
♦xcfss  of  the 
zrost  credit  for 
a«y  rote. 


56.  As  soon  as  possible  after  the  necessary  supplies  have  been  <^^ 
voted  by  Parliament,  a  notification  will  be  issued  from  the  War 
Office  to  each  District  Paymaster  abroad,  informing  him  of  the 
extent  to  which  he  is  authorised  to  draw  upon  the  Treasury  Chest 
on  account  of  Army  services  during  the  ensuing  financial  year,  and 
stating  the  amounts  appropriated  under  each  vote  and  sub-head 
for  the  service  of  the  command. 

57.  The  District  Paymaster  will  be  responsible  that  these  ap- 
propriations are  not  exceeded,  except  in  cases  of  urgent  necessity, 
and  in  such  cases  he  will  obtain  a  warrant  from  the  General  or  other 
Officer  Commanding  for  any  expenditure  in  excess  of  the  gross 
credit  for  any  vote.  The  whole  of  the  circumstances  which  have 
rendered  the  excess  of  expenditure  necessary  will  be  immediately 
reported  in  detail,  for  the  mf brmation  of  the  Secretary  of  State. 

58.  If  it  should  be  necessary  to  alter  the  proportions  assigned 
to  the  sub-heads  within  the  aggregate  amount  of  a  vote  allotted  to 
the  command  by  the  War  Office,  the  District  Paymaster  will  apply 
for  the  authority  of  the  General  or  other  Officer  Commanding,  and 
will  immediately  report  the  alteration  to  the  Secretary  of  State, 
explaining  at  the  same  time  the  necessity  for  it. 

59.  In  the  event  of  the  notification  referred  to  in  paragraph  56 
being  delayed,  the  District  Paymaster  will  apply  to  the  General 
or  other  Officer  Commanding;  for  a  provisional  credit,  which  will  be 
immediately  reported  to  the  secretary  of  State. 

Monthly  Report         00.  The  Dlstrict  Paymaster  will  forward  to  the  War  Office  a 
.1  Expciuiiture.  i^fonthiy  Report  of  Expenditure  upon  Army  Form  M  1404. 


'..  1 


Alteration  in  the 

proportluns 

»ft«igQed. 


rro%i  atonal 
Cj-edit. 


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ii.  Monthly  Q«n«iml  Bstlmates  (Forsigii  8tation«). 

At  foreij-n  sta-  61.  At  forcigu  statious  the  District  Paymaster  will,  before  the  ^-^  ^ 

ca^hF^tTmatJs    close  of  cach  mouth^  obtain  from  the  head  of  each  department, 
to  »Kj  ubtainou.    j^^j   fj^^  every  other  Officer  authorised  to  incur  expenditure. 
Estimates  of  their  probable  requirements  for  the  ensuing  month. 


Fuiitinary  of 
4*>tiinatt!i. 


» «•  u..»rci. 


62.  The  District  Paymaster  will  summarise  these  Estimates 
u!)der  the  headings  of  the  Parliamentary  Votes,  so  as  to  enable  him 
to  take  measures  for  procuring  the  necessary  funds,  and  to  keep 
himself  informed  of  the  progress  of  expenditure  as  compared 
vfiih  the  sums  voted  by  Parliament.  He  will  thus  be  in  a  position 
to  anticipate  any  possible  excess  on  the  votes,  and  to  report  it  to  the 
Oflicer  Commandmg. 


M'Mie  (if  demand 

ln^'  tuiuli. 


n=«trkt 
•-•fiiiialc*. 


Ul.  Monthly  Oaah  BsUmates  for  Distriot  and  B^gimantel 

03.  Paymasters  in  direct  account  with  the  War  Office,  will  c* 
demand  in  the  following  manner,  the  amount  required  to  meet 
their  public  disbursements. 

64.  District  Paymasters  at  home  will  transmit  their  Estimates,  r^ 

Erepared  on  Army  Form  M  1403,  to  the  War  Office   10  days 
efbre  the  Ist  of  the  month  to  which  they  relate. 


13 

imittee.  65.  Paymasters  attached  to  Regiments,  Battalions,  or  Corps  at  Refimenui 

home  stations,  and  to  Regimental  Districts,  will  prepare  monthly      "^^^^ 
Estimates  on  Army  Form  M  1411,  and,  after  approval  by  the 
Commanding  Officers^  will  forward  them  to  the  War  Office  14  days 
before  the  1st  of  the  month  to  which  the  Estimates  relate. 

insu,  1879.         66.  A  Paymaster  of  a  Regimental  District  will  include  in  one  Sab-Esumates. 
estimate  all  amounts  required  by  him,  the  amount  required  for 
each  service  being  shown  in  the  prescribed  form  of  Sub-Estimate. 

D«.  67*  Army  Agents  will  render  Estimates  in  duplicate,  on  Army  Agtnu' 

Form  M  1400,  to  the  War  Office,  14  days  before  the  1st  of  the  •^°>*«"- 
month  to  which  they  relate. 

imittee.  68.  Paymasters  attached  to  Regiments,  Battalions,  or  Corps  at  BstirottM 

foreign  stations  will  prepare  monthly  Estimates,  on  Army  h  orm  *^'^^- 
M  1411,  and,  after  approval  by  the  Officer  Commanding,  will 
forward  them,  at  such  dates  as  may  be  arranged,  to  the  Paymaster 
in  chaise  of  the  Treasury  Chest.  Should  the  latter  Paymaster 
consider  the  amount  demanded  to  be  excessive  he  will  confer  with 
the  Commanding  Officer. 

ia«i .  1879.         69.  At  home,  drafts  will  be  furnished  by  the  War  Office  in  the  suppi/of  money 
form  of  I'eceipts,  negotiable  through  Bankers  or  otherwise^  and  pay-  '^  ^"^^' 
able  at  the  office  of  Her  Majesty's  Paymaster-General. 

i>o.  70.  At  a  foreign  station^  funds  will  be  supplied  by  the  Pay-  supply  of  mon«>y 

master  in  charge  of  the  Treasury  Chest,  in  accordance  with  the  ***'^'***' 
Treasury  Chest  Regulations. 

Pa.  71.  A  Paymaster  who  may  have  sub-accountants  will  be  care^Estia&toiof 

ful  to  obtain  from  them,  in  sufficient  time  to  enable  him  to  prepare  ""^'-'^^^-^^^t*- 
his   monthly  Estimates,   full  information   of  the  amounts  that 
will  probably  be  required  by  such   sub-accountants  during  the 
month. 

iio.  72.  The   Commanding   Royal  Engineer  will  furnish  to   the  KoRincer 

District  Paymaster,  by  the  15th  of  each  month,  an  Estimate  of'*^*'***' 
the  sums  required  to  be  paid  locally  for  Engineer  Services  during 
the  ensuing  month. 

P«.  73.  The  amounts  likely  to  be   required  will   be  ascertained  completion  or 

and  stated  as  accurately  as  possible  in  each  Estimate,  and  allowance  ^^^'""^^  ^"^""^ 
will  be  made  for  all  probable  receipts,  stoppages,  or  deductions, 
and  also  for  sums  paid  or  to  be  paid  by  other  accountants,  and 
adjusted  as  advances,  in  accordance  with  paragraphs  255  to  278. 


s*. 


74.  Sums  required  for  quarterly  payments  will  not  be  estimated  Qaarteriy  Pa/- 
for  nntil  the  last  month  of  the  quarter.  "*°"- 

Dv,  75.  Demands  for  funds  will  never  be  made  in  the  regular  suppicmrnury 

monthly  Estimate  for  the  mere  purpose  of  providing  for  possible  *'^'"**" 
contingencies,  as  supplementary  estimates  can  always  be  rendered 
when  necessary. 

9^  76.  Money  will  not  be  demanded  by  telegraph  except  under  uoiMy  not  to  b« 

Tcry  ui^ent  circumstances,  and  in  such  cases  an  estimate  will  be  ^'^''^p****  '**'• 
forwarded  by  the  next  post,  a  reference  being  given  to  the  telegram. 


Periodical  ixutal- 
tnents. 


14 

^tS^lit  ^^'  Sliould  the  amount  ot  an  Estimate  exceed  to  any  maiked  ^^  -^ 

extent  that  for  the  preceding  corresponding  period,  an  explanatioa 
of  the  excess  will  accompany  the  Estimate. 

na?^*?n^  78-  Should  it  he  founds  notwithstanding  every  precaution, 

of  0Ter-«8timate.  that  au  ovcr-estimatc  has  occurred,  a  Report  will  at  once  be  made, 
if  at  home  to  the  War  Office,  and  if  abroad  to  the  Officer  in  charge 
of  the  Treasury  Chest,  in  order  that  the  cash  drafts  maybe  reduced 
or  withheld,  or  a  repayment  made,  according  to  the  drcumstanoea 
of  the  case* 

Mims^n^fto'bt  79.  A  Paymaster  will  not  on  any  plea  whatever  retain  in  his         "* 

returned.  hauds  any  laiger  sum  of  public  money  than  may  be  absolutely 

necessary  to  meet  his  immediate  requirements;  and  in  the  case  of 
a  Paymaster  attached  to  a  regiment,  battalion,  or  oorps»  any  unlbre^ 
seen  sum  exceeding  50/.  coming  into  his  hands  ahonld  be  at  onee 
reported  to  the  War  Office,  or,  if  abroad,  to  the  District  Paymaster, 
in  order  that  a  corresponding  deduction  may  be  made  from  the  next 
issue  of  cash,  or  instructions  given  for  the  disposal  of  the  amount. 

80.  The  periodical  instalments  in  which  the  amount  of  an 
Estimate  is  required  will  be  stated  in  the  space  provided  for 
the  purpose  on  the  printed  form,  and  any  variation  will  at  once 
be  notified,  if  at  home,  to  the  War  Office,  and  if  abroad,  to  the 
Officer  in  charge  of  the  Tre«3ury  Chest. 

copyofestinuiie.  gl.  A  copy  of  cvcry  Estimate  will  be  retained  by  the 
Paymaster. 

wubd^JSlS!'  S2.  When  the  amount  estimated  to  meet  savings  bank  witb-        * " 

drawals  exceeds  50^.,  the  item  will  be  supported  by  a  certificate 
from  the  Savings  Bank  Committee,  showing  the  sum  required. 

Cash  itaumenu.  33^  ^1^^  u  c^sh  Balaucc  Statement "  attached  to  the  Form  of 
Estimate  will  (except  in  supplementary  estimates)  be  carefolly 
completed.  The  balance  on  the  last  Pay  List  rendered  (and  not 
the  balance  on  an  intervening  Account  Current),  will  be  brought 
forward,  the  net  amount  outstanding  in.  the  hands  of  sub- 
accountants  will  be  stated  under  the  head  "  Advances,''  and  the 
balance  of  general  cash,  due  to  or  by  the  Paymaster,  will  agree 
with  that  shown  by  his  books  on  the  day  on  which  the  Estimate 
is  sigued. 

84.  When  a  Begiment,  Battalion,  or  Ccm^  or  a  Battery  of  ^'\  \ 
Royal  Artillery  proceeds  to  India  from  a  home  station,  the  ^y- 
master  will  transmit  to  the  War  Office  an  Estimate  in  duplicate 
of  the  amount  required  for  the  period  of  the  passage  only.  This 
Estimate  will  be  forwarded  to  the  India  Office,  and  the  funds  will 
be  issued  to  the  Paymaster  by  that  Department.  This  regulation 
does  not  apply  to  a  detachment  or  draft  proceeding  to  India. 

ArrantrczDcntof        85.  Pavmsstcrs  at  foicigu  stations  will  make  arrangements         *^ 
ui.i'aVnias  montj  with  thc  Officer  in  charge  of  the  Treasury  Chest  to  obtain  the 
•bru«d.  money  required  at  convenient  hours.     Paymasters  will  draw  oo 

^TliSi!**^  Army  Form  O  1772  for  the  sums  required,  signing  a  iweipt 
for  the  same  in  duplicate. 

TDd  c!!!!!ii;iial!'        ^*  Whenever  a  Treasury  Chest  Officer  makes  an  advanee  to  a  j^' 
oiofuittea.  j^|3_|^f;^QQ^Q^  ^  g  Paymaster,  who    is  recognised  as  a  direct 


R<>Kinient  pro- 
ceeding to  India. 


15 

accoimtant  to  the  Wat  Office,  he  will  immediately  notify  to  sach 
Paymaster  the  amount  of  the  advance  made* 

D«.  87.  Imprests  will^  as  a  role^  only  be  made  to  Officers  who  are  to  whom  im- 

regnlar  accountants  or  sub-accountants ;  but  Imprests  may,  under  p**^  "*"»**•• 
exceptional  circumstances,  be  issued  to  Officers  or  other  persons 
at  home,  on  the  written  authority  of  the  War  Office ;  and  abroad, 
on  the  authority  of  the  Officer  Commanding  at  the  station* 

•mminee.  88.  All  applications  for  exceptional   advances  of  money  on  Ezoepuonai 

imprest  will  show  the  necessity  for  the  advance  and  the  nature  of  ^v^txn, 
the  service  for  which  the  money  is  required. 

D^  89.  When  the  exceptional  imprests  required  abroad  are  of  large 

amount,  the  Officer  Uommanding  will  consult  with  the  senior 
Paymaster  at  the  station  as  to  the  most  convenient  manner  in 
which  the  money  can,  with  due  regard  to  the  interest  and  require- 
ments of  the  Treasury  Chest,  be  advanced. 

D.  iDft.,  1S79.         90.  No  Officer  can  claim  to  be  exempted  from  a  liability  to  uabuityof  aii 
receive  an  imprest  of  public  money  for  the  purpose  of  making  any  ka^wlft!*^^^^^^ 
special  or  local  payment  which  cannot  conveniently  be  made 
through  another  cnannel ;  but  the  concurrence  of  the  Commanding 
Officer  or  the  Senior  Officer  of  the  Department  concerned  should  in 
every  case  be  obtained  before  such  a  duty  is  imposed  on  an  Officer. 

luiu.ivtt.  91*  The  Paymaster  will  obtain  from  Officers,  other  than  Regi- 

mental Paymasters,  to  whom  imprests  are  made,  an  account  once  BMpaMibiiitjfor 
a  month,  to  be  accompanied  by  vouchers,  showing  in  what  manner  ' 
the  money  has  been  expended.  Officers  receiving  imprests  will 
be  careful  to  furnish  such  an  account,  and  they  will  be  held 
responsible  for  all  money  advanced  to  them  until  it  has  been 
satisfactorily  accounted  for.  An  Officer,  other  than  a  Paymaster, 
who  has  received  an  imprest  will  not,  except  in  the  greatest  emer- 
gency and  under  proper  authority,  pass  on  the  imprest  or  any  part 
of  it  to  another  Officer.  Should  it^  however,  be  requisite  to  do  so 
he  will  at  once  report  the  circnmstance  to  the  Piiymaster  from 
whom  he  received  the  advance,  affording  at  the  same  time  fuU 
information  as  to  the  name  of  the  Officer  to  whom,  and  the  pur- 
poses for  which  the  payment  was  made.  All  such  transactions 
should  be  immediately  reported  to  the  Chief  Paymaster  at  the 
station,  who  will  take  special  steps  to  secure  an  early  settlement  of 
such  advances.  The  Officer  who  originally  received  the  imprests 
will  not,  however,  be  relieved  from  the  responsibilitv  connected 
with  the  arrangement  until  the  whole  of  the  sum  advanced  has 
been  satisfactorily  accounted  for. 

92.  The  Paymaster  will  regard  each  Officer,  not  being  a 
Begimental  Paymaster,  to  whom  an  advance  is  made  as  a  sub- 
aoooontant  for  the  time  being,  and  will  open  an  account  in  refer- 
ence to  every  transaction  until  the  money  advanced  has  been  duly 
accounted  for.  He  will  not  allow  more  than  a  month  to  elapse 
before  calling  for  the  account  of  disbursements  referred  to  in 
paragraph  91,  and  will  give  an  acquittance  in  writing  when  a  settle- 
ment is  effected. 


16 


n-xaka  whore 
acoovtnts  maj  be 
optned. 


Korm  of  QBder- 
Ukinff. 


▼.  Baaldiig'*  '^ 

93.  A  Paymaster  who  is  a  direct  Accountant  to  the  War  ria 
Office,  may  open  a  public  account  at  any  convenient  bank  of  _ 
recognized  stability.     The  manager  of  the  bank  will  be  required 

to  furnish  an  undertaking  to  the  following  e£fect : — 

"  All  money  which  may  be  deposited  in  this  bank  by  any  Army 
Accountant  for  the  public  service  will  be  held  by  the  bank  on 
behalf  of  the  Secretary  of  State  for  War,  as  public  money,  and 
the  account  thereof  will  be  kept  in  the  books  of  the  hank  as  such, 
subject  to  the  drafts  of  the  Accountant  making  deposits,  or  of  any 
other  Accountant  into  whose  name  the  account  may  from  time  to 
time  be  duly  transferred. 

The  bank  undertakes  to  furnish  information  at  all  times 
respecting  the  banking  accounts  of  such  Accountants  to  any  Officer 
deputed  by  the  Secretary  of  State,  and  also,  on  demand,  to 
surrender  ttie  balance  thereof  to  any  such  Officer,  or  at  his  request 
to  hold  such  balance  free  from  the  drafts  of  any  particular 
Accountant.*' 

94.  Where  two  or  more  Paymasters  employ  the  same  bank  r.n 


It 


If  more  Ihaa 

Mm^^mo    one  such  undi  rtaking  will  suffice,  and  the  Senior  Officer  should 
"uffldetS"'       arrange  to  obtain  it. 


U-.K      . 


A  ^certain 
whether  under- 
tikiaK  Has 
already  bc«n 
ffiven. 


One  public 
a<-count  only 
at  a  bank. 


95.  A  Paymaster  before  opening  a  public  account  at  a  bank 
will  ascertain  whether  an  undertaking  in  this  form  has  already 
been  given  by  the  bank,  and  if  not,  he  will  take  care  to  obtain 
one,  and  transmit  it  at  once  to  the  War  Office. 

96.  A  Paymaster  will  not  open  more  than  one  public 
account  at  a  bank,  nor  will  he  open  a  public  account  at  more  than 
one  bank. 


^n^t^TbT^         ^ '^*  ^  Paymaster  will  not  open  a  public  account  at  any  bank  rj. 
«>i)oucd.  by  which  a  commission  is  demanded  for  any  convenience  afforded  *^ 

by  the  bank,  without  obtaining  the  previous  authority  of  the  War 

Office. 

ch&ngt  of  buiki.  98.  PubUc  accounts  will  not,  except  under  very  special 
circumstances,  be  removed  from  one  bank  to  another  at  the  same 
station,  without  the  previous  authority  of  the  War  Office. 


«. 


Public  oatare  of 
account  to  b« 

i*hvnn. 


niitinrtlve 
ch»-  \\ir^. 


Siyrtntnre  to 
ciicqttei. 


99.  A  Paymaster  will  take  care  that  the  heading  of  the  account 
in  his  Bank  Pass  Book  clearly  shows  that  the  account  is  solely  on 
the  public  ser^nce. 

100.  A  Paymaster  will  obtain  from  the  bank  distinctive  cheques 
for  his  public  accounts,  taking  care  that  the  words  **On  Her 
Majesty's  Service "  are  boldly  printed  thereon.  Such  cheques 
need  not  bear  a  stamp. 

101.  Below  a  Paymasters  ordinary  signature  to  each  cheque 
will  be  subscribed  his  official  designation,  and  the  counterfoil  v  ill 
show  the  name  of  the  payee  and  particulars  of  the  payment. 


17 


in .  loik,  1879, 


10 


11 


186 
'ommittce. 
68 


York. 

«9'" 


'mmlttt^. 


102.  A  Paymaster  will  not  change  private  cheques  out  of  public  chMfioc 
moneys^  nor  under  any  circumstances  will  public  and  private  ^^*^  «equei. 
money  be  merged  in  the  same  account. 

103.  In  the  event  of  any  cheque  remaining  unpaid  for  more  ^,|^22nM^' 
than  three  months^  the  Paymaster  will  furnish  a  report  to  the  ' 

War  Office  stating  the  amount  of  such  cheque  and  explaining  the 
reason^  if  known,  why  it  has  not  been  presented. 

104.  The  regulations  contained  in  thia  sub-section  will  ^^ot  Jjjj^^^^ 
apply  to  Officers  in  charge  of  Treasury  Chests.    Such  Officers 

will  he  guided  in  matters  relating  to  banking  by  the  Treasury 
Chest  B^ulations. 


SECTION  IV.-OFFICE  BOOKS. 


i.  Aooount  Books 
ii.  XisoeUanoou* 


Pur<u, 
...   106-112. 
...   U8-116. 


18 


L  Aoconnt  Books. 


irral  Namber 


105.  Every  Paymaster  charged  with  the  expenditure  of  public  Record  i^r 
:i  irJt'*i8T».    moBcy  will  keep  a  strict  official  record  of  his  public  transactions.  '""*»«**''°'' 


i>". 


>.   :i.utitter. 


106.  The  following   principal    books  will  be  used    for    this  Principal  b  >oVi 
purpose— VIZ.  :— 

(1.)  A  General  Account  Book,  Army  Book  59. 

(2.)  A  Ledger,  Army  Book  61. 

These,  together  with  such  subsidiary  books  as 
may  be  required,  will  be  public  property,  and 
will  be  open  at  all  times  to  inspection  as 
directed,  in  paragniph  22. 

(3.)  A  separate  bank  book  will  be  kept  by  every  Pay- Bank  book. 
master  who  deposits  his  public  funds  in  a  bank,  and  he  will 
enter  therein  each  cheque  drawn  by  him  as  soon  as  it  is 
issued.  This  account  will  be  compared  with  the  bank  pass- 
book periodically,  and  the  cheques  that  have  been  paid  by 
the  bank  will  be  marked  off,  so  that  the  Paymaster 
may  be  kept  informed  of  the  amount  of  his  unpaid  cheques, 
of  which  a  separate  list  should  always  be  kept.  The  banks 
should  be  requested  to  insert  the  number  of  each  cheque  in  Nnmbertof 
the  pass-book,  when  they  debit  its  amount  to  the  Paymaster.  <^>^^^ 

Ui9.         107.  The  Oeneral  Account  Book  will  be  a  daily  record  in  gross  G«iitimucciu:t 
of  all  transactions.      The  total  of  each  column  will  be  carried  ^'^^' 
forward  from  folio  to  folio  (in  ink)  until  all  the  transactions  included 
in  each  periodical  public  account  rendered  by  the  Paymaster  have 
been  recorded. 


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Ledger. 


Balance  sheeu 


Carrjinc: 
forward  of 
balances. 


Balance  sliects. 


108.  The  Ledger  will  oontain  a  sepenite  account  with  each  of  f'- 
the  Paymaster's  sub-accountants,  and   also  such  other  ^pamte 
accounts  as  the  nature  of  the  Paymaster's  transactions  may  render 
necessary, 

109.  A  Paymaster  will  not  open  a  ledger  account  for  the  pay 
or  other  emoluments  of  any  Officer  or  otlier  person  in  his  payment. 

110.  At  the  end  of  each  period  for  which  the  Paymaster  renders 
a  public  account,  he  will  prepare  a  '*  Balance  Sheet''  showing  his 
financial  position  in  relation  to  the  War  Office,  and  to  each  of  his 
sub-accountants,  the  result  of  which  should  be  in  agreement  with 
the  record  in  his  General  Account  Book ;  he  will  then  close  the 
record  in  the  General  Account  Book,  and  will  also  close  the 
several  accounts  in  the  Ledger. 

111.  The  balances  thus  ascertained  and  proved  by  the  balaucc 
sheet  will  be  carried  forward  in  both  the  General  Account  Book 
and  Ledger  to  the  succeeding  accounts. 

112.  Balance  sheets  for  the  purpose  of  testing  the  agreement 
of  the  balance  shown  by  the  Paymaster's  books,  with  the  amount 
in  his  possession,  will  also  be  made  frequently,  and  copies  of 
them  will  be  retained  for  reference. 


:* 


Ocnoral 
Kof^i^try  Book. 


R"cord  of  loave. 


Vote  Charge 
Book. 


ii.  KlBceUaneoua  Books. 

113.  Every  District  Paymaster  will  keep  a  General  Registry 
Book    (Army   Book   193)    in    which    every    document    passing""'^ 
through  his  hands,  and  not  otherwise  recorded,  will  be  entered, 
and  tlic   action   thereon   noted;    he   will   also  keep  such  other 
books  as  the  nature  of  his  duties  require. 

114.  District  Paymasters  at  foreign  stations  will  record  the*-* 
leave  of  abscuce,  as  notified  in  orders,  of  all  officers  and  other 
persons  in  their  payment  within  the  district  in  Army  Book  230, 
checking  therefrom  the  number  of  days  previous  leave  recorded  in 

the  Pay  Lists. 

115.  District  Paymasters  abroad  will  keep  a  Vote  Charge  Book, 
Army  Book  226,  showing  the  amount  authorized  at  the  station 
under  each  head  and  sub-head  of  service,  and  every  payment  mndc 
out  of  that  appropriation. 


19 


SECTION  v.— AGGOUlf  TS. 


Fartu, 

1.  Cash  AooountB  •• ••   116-'188. 

ii.  Vouchers  and  Sohednlcfl  - ••      •••   188—197* 

ill.  Payments .••      *. «•      •••   198—220. 

!▼.  Beoeipte     821—288. 

▼•  Barrack,  Hospital,  and  Prison  Damages ...   229—236. 


1.  Gash  Aooonnts. 


^••/  vfncrnl  ■••  ,..  •••         •«.         *••         •>•  ••» 

(b.)  DUtriet  aiul  Station  Accounts       

(c)1B«ffintent€U  artd  Reffimmtal  DUtriet  LUtt 

(d.)  Accounts  Current  (Regiment*  and  BegimentfU 

J/l$lr%ClMf         •!•  •••  •••  •••  •••  »•• 

(e.)  Sub-Accounts 

(f.)  India  Voyage  Pay  Lists       

{%.)  Agents*  Accounts       •       


Panui. 
116—121. 
122—124. 
126-IS9. 

140—151. 

152— 17S. 
174-180. 

181-182. 


ra<t.,  1979. 


..t.,  1979, 


ft,,. 


r-o 


».  S.  Co 


(a.)  General, 

116.  The  public  accounts  of  Paymasters  will  be  rendered  to  rormaforrcn- 
the  War  Office  on  the  printed  forms  supplied  for  the  purpose/*'^'*«*~^^'"''' 
according  to  the  nature  of  the  account. 

117-  AH  transactions^  whether  of  receipt  or  expenditure,  will  be  A^jottment  of 
included  in  the  accounts  of  the  period  during  which  they  actually  JSSSTJ?^"''  ^"'^ 
occurj  and  all  claims  which  may  be  certified  and  marked  as  charge-  ^dde°^  ^^ 
able  against  an  Army  Vote  for  any  particular  financial  year,  will 
be  paid  on  or  before  the  31st  March  of  that  year.     In  any  case, 
however,  where  this  is  found  impracticable,  the  Paymasters  will 
communicate  with  the  Department  concerned,  explaining  why  pay- 
ment cannot  be  made. 

118.  A  copy  of  the  balance  sheet,  referred  to  in  paragraph  110,  Copy  of  balance 
will  be  forwarded  to  the  War  Office  with  the  Paymaster's  public  M?ex«itopubii« 
accounts  for  the  p-jriod  to  which  it  relates,  supported  by  a  certifi-  »<^o^^- 


^'  cate  from  the  bankers  showing  the  balance  in  their  hands. 

119.     The  balance  of  general  cash  in  a  Paymaster's  hands  Baiaace  of 

smallest  possible  amount,  and  should  it  exceed  the  limit  stated 
below,  a  special  explanation  numbered  as  a  voucher  will  be  trans- 
mitted with  the  account : — 


as  shown  by  his  balance  sheet  at  the  expiration  of  each  period  for 
which  he  renders  an  account  to  the  War  Office  will  be  of  the 


Account. 


District  account 


DejpartmenUl  Corps,  Head< 
Qiiarten  Fay  List 

Begimental  or  Regimental  DiBtrict 
Pay  List . . 

Batteiy,  Company,  or  Detach- 
ments of  Deptftmental  Corpa 
Fay  L»t^  rendered  direct  to 
the  War  Office 


limit  Dr.  or  Cr.  of  the  balance  of  General  Cash 
not  to  be  exceeded  without  special  explanation. 


One- fourth  of  the  total 
expenditure  included 
in  the  account. 

V  £50 


^£15 


Exclusire  of  the 
amount  of  any 
impreet  on  acount 
of  the  following 
period,  which  may 
DO  credited  in  the 
accoont  or  Pay 
List. 


C  2 


20 

Net  ^uiiis.  120.  No  net  sum  will  be  introdaoed  into  tbe  Gtenenl  State  of  an  ph  b^ 

account ;  and,  as  a  role,  the  introdaction  of  net  sums  into  an j 
other  part  of  the  account  should  be  avoided. 

121.  Fractions  of  a  penny  will  not  be  carried  into  the  General 
State  of  an  account. 


(b.)  Distvtct  and  Station  Accounts, 
H^^'fi^SJIi^nr.  122.  A  District  Paymaster  at  a  Home  Station  will  forward  his  n-  -  • 

lioitie  accounts.  /  r\tr»  i         •/»     i  4  ti  mnc  ■    - 

accounts  monthly  to  the  War  Office,  classified  upon  Army  Form 
N  1477^  not  later  than  the  15th  of  the  month  succeeding  that  to 
which  the  account  relates. 

suT^-Accountants.        123.  The  Paymaster  will  embody  in  the  General  State  of  the        i- 
District  Account  the  sums  received  and  expended  by  his  Sub* 
Accountants.     An  abstract  on  Army  Form  N  1531,  with  vouchers,         r 
will  be  transmitted  by  each  Sub-Accountant  to  the  Paymaster  not  JLt  ' 
later  than  the  2nd  of  the  month  succeeding  that  to  which  the 
abstract  relates. 

<  i:i*HflcatioB  124.  A  Difitiict  Paymaster  at  a  Foreign  Station  will  forward  his 

^"' '''^"^^"**  accounts  monthly  to  Uie  War  Office,  classified  upon  Army  Form 
N  1480,  as  soon  after  the  expiration  of  each  montli  as  possible. 


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(c.)  Ref/imeutul  and  Reyimental  District  Pay  Lifts, 

r.!i'u'7n*r'\c^"^  125.  The  Pay  Lists  rendered  to  the  War  Office  by  Paymasters 
of  Cavalry  and  Infantry  regiments,  and  of  Regimental  Districts,  will 
iind'  be  made  up  for  half-yearly  periodH  ending  on  the  30th  September 
and  31st  March  in  each  year.  Accounts  Current,  on  Army 
Form  N  1502,  will  be  rendered  for  the  intervening  periods  ending 
on  30th  June  and  31st  December,  in  accordance  with  the  instruc* 
tions  contained  in  paragraphs  140  to  151. 

126.   Paymasters    attached    to    Regiments    and    Regimental  c  . 
^hMUM  hiThc       Districts  will  be  required  to  render  with  their  accounts,  for  the 
i:*nn"il.^'^         periods  ending  30th  September  and  31st  March  in  each  year,  a 
statement    showing    how    far    the    number    of    effective    non* 
commissioned  officers  and  men  for  whom  pay  is  charged  to  the 
end  of  those  niontlis  respectively,  agrees  with  the  numlier  shown  ^.    •» 
in  the  "  Monthly  Return'  transmitted  by  the  Commanding  Offit^r  J^!.^ 
on  the  J  St  October  and  1st  April  to  the  Adjutant-General.     The 
statement  will  embrace  a  detail  of  the  cfiective  strenjj:th  j^huwn  bv 
the  "  Monthly  Return,"  and  of  that  shown  by  the  Pay  List,  and  c»«."r 
an  explanation  of  any  discrepancy  will  be  furnished. 

MuV.'i!ry%"y'*  127.  The   Pay   Lists  of   other    corps    will   be   rendered   forr^! 

i .  1.  Artiiiirj    quarterly  periods,  with  the  exception  of  Pay  Lists  of  batteries  of 

nifirittii..    j^yj^j  Artillery  and  companies  of  Royal  Engineers,  which  when 

rendered  direct  to  the  War  Office,  will  be  made  up  for  monthly 

periods,  unless  quarterly  Pay  Lists  have  been  authorised  by  the 

War  Office  on  the  application  of  the  Officer  Commanding. 


itt.  but.,  1670. 


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after  the  expiration  of  each  period,  unl 
specially  sanctioned  by  the  War  Office  ii 


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128.  Two  Pky  Lists  will  be  made  up  for  each  period,  ^'^^'^^^iS 
to  be  sent  to  the  War  Office,  and  the  other  to  be  retained  by  the  Saccate." 
Paymaster.    The  duplicate  Pay  Lists  need  not,  as  a  rule,  be 
retained  by  the  Paymaster  for  more  than  two  complete  financial 
years. 

Do.  129.  The  Pay  Lists  of  regiments  of  Cavalry,  battalions  of  i>^of 

Infantry,  and  of  Regimental  Districts  will  be  despatched  to  the  aemnitalf 
War  Office  not  later  uian  5  weeks,  and  those  of  the  Royal  Artillery,' 
Royal  Engineers,  and  Departmental  Corps,  not  later  than  6  weeks 

unless  an  extension  of  time  is 
in  any  particular  case. 

uaiiitittee.  180.   Officcrs    Commanding    Batteries    of    Royal    Artillery,  Aooonnts 

Companies  of    Royal  Engineers,  and   Detachments  of   Depart- e^",^;, 
mentftl  Corps  rendering  Accounts  direct  to  the  War  Office,  will  gjjjf  "'"'"^"^ 
forward  such  accounts  not  later  than  10  days  after  the  expiration 
of  the  period  to  which  the  accounts  refer. 

^^  131.  In  preparing  the  Pby  List  to  be  rendered  to  the  War  node  of 

Office  the  Paymaster  will  'enter  therein  from  the  Monthly  Pay  r^y  Lintf 
Lists  the  names  of  the  men  in  one  list  for  each  rank,  in  alphabetical 
order,  surnames  first,  each  man's  number  being  inserted  in  the 
column  provided  for  the  purpose. 

*^-  132.  A  Paymaster  of    Royal   Artillery  will  not  compile  a  Bxception  with 

Quarterly  Pa^  List,  but  the  Monthly  Pay  Lists  of  each  battery,  soyai  Artmery. 
after  examination  by  the  Paymaster,  will  be  rendered  to  the  War 
Office  in  support  of  the  charges  included  in  the  General  State. 

.^!  A.c.  183.  The  names  of  men  who  join  after  the  day  on  which  the  xamtRin 

Pay  List  commences  will  be  arranged  in  ranks,  according  to  the  o^r''^"^'' 
dates  on  which  they  severally  commence  to  receive  pay,  after  the 
names  of  all  those  who  were  present  on  the  last  day  of  the  previous 
Pay  List 

i>o.  184.  In  Regimental  or  Recruiting  districts  the  names  of  recruits  lUH-ruitJi  misea 

raised  during  the  period  of  a  pay  list  will  be  arranged  according  to  ^n^^oVl 
the  arms  of  the  service  to  wnich  they  belong,  in  the  order  of  the  p*^  ^^''^• 
dates  on  which  they  join  the  district  for  payment. 

In*- ,  1979.         135.  The  names  of  soldiers  of  one  regiment  attached  for  pay-  Aitucheu  men. 
ment  to  another  will  be  borne,  rank  by  rank,  on  the  Pay  Lists, 
in  alphabetical  order,  following  the  names  of  the  whole  of  the  men 
of  the  same  ranks  belonging  to  the  regiments  to  which  they  are 
attached. 

136.  Such  men  will  continue  to  be  borne  on  the  Muster  Rolls  J^^JJ^^^^'jJ'JJj'J 
and  Pay  Lists  of  the  corps  to  which  they  actually  belong,  informa-  of  their  own'' 
tion  being  given  in  the  latter  as  to  the  Paymaster  by  whom  their  ^'^■• 
pay  is  issued. 

^  137.  The  names  of  soldiers  sentenced  by  Court-Martial  to  JJj;*;^;:^^^ 

imprisonment,  and  to  be  discharged  from  the  Army,  will  be  cmr.Aurt.ai. 
retained  on  the  Muster  Rolls  and  Pay  Lists  until  so  discharged, 
but  pay  will  not  be  charged  for  them. 


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Information  to  138.  The  Paymaster  will  be  furnished  from  the  orderly-room  ' 

orivriy-room!  With  the  regimental  orders  affecting  the  pay  and  allowances  of  the 
men,  and  such  other  information  avid  returns  as  may  be  required 
for  the  accurate  completion  of  his  public  accounts. 

nana  men.  139.  The  word  *^Band'^  will  be  placed  opposite  the  name  of 

each  man  serving  as  a  m'lsician,  and  no  pay  will  be  charged  for 
men    so    employed    in    excess    of    the    nnmber    authorised    as 

musicians. 


D^npatrh  of 
Account  Current 


(d.)  Accounts  Cun*ent  {^Regiments  and  Regimental  Districts). 

140.  The  Account  Current  rendered  under  paragraph  125  will 
to  War  Office',     bc  despatched  to  the  War  OflSce  not  later  than  the  15th  day  after 
the  expiration  of  the  quarter  to  which  it  relates. 

*^^cof  141^  ji^  i\^Q  Account  Current  the  Paymaster  will  include  as 

debits  the  imprests  made  to  him  on  the  public  service,  and  all 
other  sums  received  direct  by  him,  that  is  to  say,  which  are  not 
passed  through  the  Abstracts  of  the  Monthly  Pay  Joists. 

142.  The  Paymaster  will  include  therein  as  credits  the  cash 
issues  made  by  him  to  Officers  Commanding  Troops  or  Com- 
panies^ Recruiting  Officers  and  other  Sub- Accountants,  and  also 
all  other  sums  paid  direct  by  him,  that  is  to  say,  which  are  not 
passed  through  the  Abstracts  of  the  Monthly  Pay  Lists. 

143.  All  the  receipts  and  all  the  expenditure  detailed  in  each 
Account  Current,  which  are  to  be  treated  as  final  charges  and 
credits  against  the  Public  will  be  included  in  the  next  Half-yearfy 
Pay  List. 

144.  The  Cash  Issues  will  be  vouched  in  every  case  by  the 
signature  of  the  Officer  concerned  on  Army  Form  O  1681. 

145.  Receipts  and  payments,  other  than  Imprests  and  Cash 
Issues,  will  be  separately  classified,  according  to  the  nature  of  the 
service,  in  the  forms  provided  for  that  purpose  in  the  Aoeount 
Current. 

146.  The  balance  brought  forward  in  the  Account  Current  will 
be  the  cash  balance  as  shown  by  the  Balance  Sheet  forwarded  with 
the  Half-yearly  Pay  List  for  the  preceding  half  year  {see  pan- 
graph  110). 

147*  The  balance  on  each  Account  Current  will  show  the 
cash  balance  in  the  Paymaster's  charge — i.tf.,  the  amount  of  money 
which  he  may  have  in  hand  added  to  the  amount,  if  any,  lying  to 
his  credit  at  a  bank  after  allowing  for  outstanding  cheques,  at  the 
expiration  of  the  quarter  to  which  tlie  Account  Current  refers. 

148.  In  the  event  of  such  cash  balance  exceeding  the  sum  of 
50/.,  the  Paymaster  will  furnish  an  explanation  of  the  circum- 
stances under  which  the  excess  has  arisen  (see  panu  119). 

149.  The  balance  on  the  Aooount  Current  will  not  be  oairied 
forward* 


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In.  iMt.,  1879.         150.  Full  particulars  of  Remittances  will  be  inserted  in  Form  1  ttcmittwiees. 
of  the  Account  Current,  and  any  sums  received  direct  by  the  Pay- 
master as  Remittances  will  be  also  included  in  the  detail  of  sums 
received  direct  by  the  Paymaster. 

'*o  151.  The  Paymaster  will  credit  in  his  Half-yearly  Pay  List  the  ^55?°*""*/**' 

several  sums  reported  as  Remittances  in  the  Account  Current. 
,  The  details  will  not,  however,  be  repeated  in  the  Half-yearly  Pay 

List,  the  total  only  being  brought  forward  to  the  similar  form 
therein. 

(e.)  Suh- Accounts, 


ParoM, 

(1.) 

Qoncral 

•  •         •  • 

152—158 

(2.)  Regular  Forces 

•  •         •  • 

154—161 

(3.) 

Militia 

•  •         •  • 

162—169 

(*.) 

Volunteers  .. 

•  •         • . 

170—172 

(5.)  Stttff  Officers  of  Penuoners 

173 

(1) 

General. 

...:t<.c  152.  The  advances  of  cash  made  to  Sub-Accountants  will  be  Adrmncesot 

strictly  regulated  by  the  requirements  of  the  public  service  and  Accoant^nto. 
carefully  watched  by  the  Paymaster,  so  that  the  balances  may  be 
of  the  smallest  possible  amount. 

!».  153.  The  Sub- Accountant  will  keep  a  strict  record,  on  Army 

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