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United States Naval Asylum.

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ing delinquents, and to the performance of such general duties as the Governor or Commanding Officer may direct. They shall hold their office for the term of three months, may be reappointed at the discretion of the Governor, and shall be allowed two dollars per month, including the monthly allowance of one dollar, for pocket money.

10. The products of the grounds shall be expended for the benefit of the institution, at the discretion of the Governor or Commanding Officer.

11. No liquors of any kind will be allowed the inmates of the institution, nor will they be permitted within its enclo

A violation of this regulation will be deemed a sufficient cause for dismission from the Asylum.

12. The colors shall be hoisted and struck daily at the hours usually observed in the Navy.

13. During the summer months the fires will be extinguished as early after meals as practicable. The lights will be extinguished at 10 p. m. In the winter the fires and lights, with the exception of the furnaces and such others as the Commanding Officer may deem necessary, will be extinguished at 11 p. m. The gates and doors shall be closed and locked at 10.30 p. m., in winter, and 11 p. m. in summer, and shall not be opened until daylight, without permission from the Commanding Officer.

14. No beneficiary will be allowed to leave the Asylum without the permission of the Executive Officer, and no leave for a longer period than a week to be granted without the sanction of the Bureau ; and if, when on leave, they break their liberty without a satisfactory explanation to the Governor, they will not be permitted to return, except by an or 'er from the Bureau.

15. Any beneficiary who shall sell or otherwise dispose of his clothing shall have the value thereof deducted from his allowance of pocket-money and tobacco, and shall be restricted to the limits of the Asylum for a period of not less than three months.

United States Naval Asylum .- Arms of the U. S...Flags and Broad Pendants.

16. All complaints shall be referred to the Governor or Commanding Officer, in the same respectful manner as the usage of the service requires on shipboard. Under no circumstances, however aggravated, will a resort to any other method be tolerated, except it be a respectful appeal to the Secretary of the Navy, through the Bureau of Yards and Docks.

17. Divine service will be performed on Sunday at 10 a. m., at which hour the beneficiaries will be required to attend, except in cases of sickness, or permission to the contrary having been obtained in writing from the Executive Officer.

ARTICLE XXXIV.

Arms of the United States.

1257 .... Arms: Paleways of thirteen pieces, argent and gules ; a chief azure; the escutcheon on the breast of the American eagle displayed, proper, holding in his dexter talon an olive branch, and in his sinister a bundle of thirteen arrows, all proper; and in his beak a scroll, inscribed with this motto: “ E Pluribus Unum." For the crest : Over the head of the eagle, which appears above the escutcheon, a glory breaking through a cloud, proper, and surrounding thirteen stars, forming a constellation, argent, and on an azure field.

Flags and Broad Pendants.

1258....The flag of the Secretary of the Navy is to be blue, 10.25 feet in hoist, and 14.40 feet in length of fly, with a white foul anchor, three feet in extreme length, placed vertically in the centre; the storm flag of the Secretary of the Navy will be similar to the above, but only 5.40 feet in hoist, and 7.60 in length of fly, with the foul anchor eighteen inches in extreme length. These gs are to be displayed at the main to designate his presence on board. The flag of a Vice Admiral is to be plain and rectangular, with three five-pointed stars arranged as an equilateral triangle eighteen inches from centre to centre, with the upper star eighteen inches from the head, and twenty-seven inches from

Flags and Broad Pendants.

the tabling. The flag of a Rear Admiral is to be similar to the above, bnt having only two stars arranged vertically, eighteen inches from centre to centre, and eig een inches from the tabling, with the upper star eighteen inches from the head; in boat and night flags, the distances between stars will be proportionately less than the above; the color of these stars will be white when the flag is blue or red, and blue when the flag is white. The broad pendants of Commodores will be, in colors and dimensions, as indicated in the book of allowances for vessels, with, however, only one star placed in the centre thereof.

Page. Returns, to be prepared and transmitted......

237 Form No. 1. A report of sailing and other qualities..

244 Form No. 2. Synopsis of a steam-log...

248 Form No. 3. Descriptive muster-roll..

250 Form No. 4. Description of deserters, &c.....

252 Form No. 5. Register of orders given, letters written, &c. 252 Form No. 6. Register of signals....

253 Form No. 7. Quarterly return of punishments....

253 Form No. 8. List of men sick at hospital, &c.....

254 Form No. 9. List of absentees without leave, &c.

254 Form No. 10. List of officers, or others about to sail as passengers 254 Form No. 11. Transcript list......

255 Form No. 12. Descriptive list...

255 Form No. 13. Weekly return from a naval rendezvous...

256 Form No. 14. Weekly return of recruits on board a receiving ship 258 Form No. 15. Letter to be given to a prize-master by a commanding officer....

261 Form No. 16. Letter of application for an examination..

263 Form No. 17. Letter of acceptance...

264 Form No. 18. Article of agreement....

265 Form No. 19. Request for a survey, order for, &c....... 265 Form No. 20. Quarterly return of the number and rating of a

267 Form No. 21. Weekly return of enlistments at a rendezvous.. 268 Form No. 22. Discharges...

268 Form No. 23. Honorable discharges.

269 Form No. 24. Surgeon's certificate of examination....

270 Form No. 25. Quarterly report of vessels.....

271 Form No. 26. Quarterly report on line officers.

272 Form No. 27. Quarterly report on staff officers...

273 Circular, as to the examination, &c., of volunteer officers..... Circular, as to the admission and advancement of volunteer line officers....

274 Circular, as to the admission and advancement of volunteer line officers and engineers in the Mississippi sqnadron....

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