The Organized Militia of the United States: Statement of the Condition and Efficiency for Service of the Organized Militia : from Special Reports Received from the Adjutants-General of the Several States, Territories, and the District of Columbia

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1900 - United States - 357 pages
 

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Page 202 - ... shall be challenged as unqualified by any person entitled to vote thereat, the presiding officer shall declare to the person so challenged the qualifications of an elector, and if...
Page 109 - ... shall be elected by the written votes of the captains and subalterns of their respective regiments; the brigadiers...
Page 32 - ... have general supervision and control of all matters pertaining to the medical department of the Nebraska National Guard.
Page 44 - Each troop of cavalry shall consist of 1 captain, 1 first lieutenant, 1 second lieutenant, 1 first sergeant. 1 quartermaster sergeant...
Page 293 - ... to furnish blank forms of different returns, that may be required, and to explain the principles on which they should be made, to receive from the several officers of the different corps throughout the State, returns of the militia under their command...
Page 294 - ... different returns that may be required, and to explain the principles on which they should be made, to receive from the several officers of the different corps throughout the State returns of the militia under their command, reporting the actual situation of their arms, accoutrements, and ammunition, their delinquencies and every other thing which relates to the general advancement of good order and discipline: All...
Page 208 - Militia, or called in aid of the civil authorities, receive any injury, or incur or contract any disability or disease by reason of such duty or assembly therefor, or who shall, without...
Page 207 - ... process, invasion, insurrection, or imminent danger thereof, or whenever called upon in aid of the civil authorities, shall be taken care of and provided for at the expense of the state...
Page 205 - ... quartering, caring for, warning for duty and transporting and subsisting the troops, as well as the expense incurred for pay, care, and subsistence of officers and enlisted men temporarily disabled in the line of duty, while on such duty, as set forth in section one hundred and sixty-five of this chapter shall be paid by the county where such service is rendered.
Page 131 - States may parade in public with arms upon the reception of any regiments or companies of soldiers returning from said service, and for the purpose of escort duty at the burial of deceased soldiers...

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