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March 3rd (search for this): chapter 9
those who being then in the service should volunteer to reenlist. The statute providing for the classification of troops from which drafts are to be made enacts as follows: (Sec. 3d.) That the national forces of the United States, not now in the military service, enrolled under this act, shall be divided into two classes. Thus those who are now (that is to say, on the third of March, 1863) in the military service, are not to be included in either of these classes. And as those then (March third) in the service were not included in either of these two classes, they may be said to constitute a class of persons to be enrolled under the provisions of this act. As between the first and second class the law (Sec. 3) requires that the second class shall not in any district be called into the service of the United States until those of the first shall have been thus called in. Volunteers or regulars who had been in the service, and who had been discharged therefrom, or had resigne
s on the third of March, 1863, and have since that time been discharged, are not therefore included in the first class from which the first draft is intended to be made, and are therefore not now liable to be called on by a draft, which is to be made from that class of the forces of the United States under the provisions of this act. William Whiting, Solicitor of the War Department. James B. Fry, Provost-Marshal General. war Department, Provost-Marshal General's office, Washington, D. C., June 6. The following opinion of Hon. William Whiting, solicitor of the War Department, has been ordered to be published by the Secretary of War: opinion. It is made the duty of provost-marshals to obey all lawful orders and regulations of the provost-marshal general, and such as shall be prescribed by law concerning the enrolment and calling into service of the national forces. (Act March 3, 1863. Sec. 7.) The twenty-fifth Section of the same act provides that if any person shall res
Doc. 9.-the National enrolment. Solicitor Whiting's opinion. war Department, Office Provost-Marshal General, June 9. the following opinion of Hon. William Whiting, solicitor of the War Department, has been ordered to be published by the Secretary of War: The National forces, liable to perform military duty, include all able-bodied male citizens of the United States, and persons of foreign birth who have declared their intention to become citizens according to law, being between twenty and forty-five years of age. Certain persons are excepted, divided into eight classes. No persons but such as are therein excepted shall be exempt. (Sec. 2d.) It is declared the duty of the enrolling officers to enroll all persons subject to military duty, (Sec. 9.) All persons thus enrolled shall be subject for two years after July first succeeding the enrolment, to be called into the military service, (Sec. 11.) The national forces (not now in the military service) enrolled under th
ied male citizens of the United States, and persons of foreign birth who have declared their intention to become citizens according to law, being between twenty and forty-five years of age. Certain persons are excepted, divided into eight classes. No persons but such as are therein excepted shall be exempt. (Sec. 2d.) It is declared the duty of the enrolling officers to enroll all persons subject to military duty, (Sec. 9.) All persons thus enrolled shall be subject for two years after July first succeeding the enrolment, to be called into the military service, (Sec. 11.) The national forces (not now in the military service) enrolled under the act shall be divided into two classes, etc., (Sec. 3.) Those of the second class shall not be called out until those of the first class shall have been exhausted. Thus it seems, by the true construction of this act, while all persons coming within its provisions are to be enrolled in the national forces, nevertheless, under the first en
March 3rd, 1863 AD (search for this): chapter 9
rvice, enrolled under this act, shall be divided into two classes. Thus those who are now (that is to say, on the third of March, 1863) in the military service, are not to be included in either of these classes. And as those then (March third) in trs or regulars who had been in the service, and who had been discharged therefrom, or had resigned prior to the third day of March, 1863, are liable to be drafted in the same manner as if they had never been in the service; no regard is to be paid t date of their discharge and that of the draft. Volunteers who were in the service of the United States on the third of March, 1863, and have since that time been discharged, are not therefore included in the first class from which the first drafnd such as shall be prescribed by law concerning the enrolment and calling into service of the national forces. (Act March 3, 1863. Sec. 7.) The twenty-fifth Section of the same act provides that if any person shall resist any draft of men enrol
Doc. 9.-the National enrolment. Solicitor Whiting's opinion. war Department, Office Provost-Marshal General, June 9. the following opinion of Hon. William Whiting, solicitor of the War Department, has been ordered to be published by the Secretary of War: The National forces, liable to perform military duty, include all able-bodied male citizens of the United States, and persons of foreign birth who have declared their intention to become citizens according to law, being between twenty and forty-five years of age. Certain persons are excepted, divided into eight classes. No persons but such as are therein excepted shall be exempt. (Sec. 2d.) It is declared the duty of the enrolling officers to enroll all persons subject to military duty, (Sec. 9.) All persons thus enrolled shall be subject for two years after July first succeeding the enrolment, to be called into the military service, (Sec. 11.) The national forces (not now in the military service) enrolled under t
James B. Fry (search for this): chapter 9
t is intended to be made, and are therefore not now liable to be called on by a draft, which is to be made from that class of the forces of the United States under the provisions of this act. William Whiting, Solicitor of the War Department. James B. Fry, Provost-Marshal General. war Department, Provost-Marshal General's office, Washington, D. C., June 6. The following opinion of Hon. William Whiting, solicitor of the War Department, has been ordered to be published by the Secretary of Waevent the draft, refuses to give his true name when lawfully requested so to do .by an officer whose legal duty it is to ascertain and enroll it, it is an obstruction of that officer in the performance of one of his duties in relation to the draft. So also is the giving of false names with the same illegal intent; and the offender will in either case be subject to summary arrest by the provost-marshal. William Whiting, Solicitor of the War Department. James B. Fry, Provost-Marshal General.
United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 9
able to perform military duty, include all able-bodied male citizens of the United States, and persons of foreign birth who have declared their intention to become cre to be made enacts as follows: (Sec. 3d.) That the national forces of the United States, not now in the military service, enrolled under this act, shall be dividedhe second class shall not in any district be called into the service of the United States until those of the first shall have been thus called in. Volunteers or rscharge and that of the draft. Volunteers who were in the service of the United States on the third of March, 1863, and have since that time been discharged, are led on by a draft, which is to be made from that class of the forces of the United States under the provisions of this act. William Whiting, Solicitor of the War Dehall resist any draft of men enrolled under the act into the service of the United States, or shall counsel or aid any person to resist any such draft, or shall assa
Washington (United States) (search for this): chapter 9
United States on the third of March, 1863, and have since that time been discharged, are not therefore included in the first class from which the first draft is intended to be made, and are therefore not now liable to be called on by a draft, which is to be made from that class of the forces of the United States under the provisions of this act. William Whiting, Solicitor of the War Department. James B. Fry, Provost-Marshal General. war Department, Provost-Marshal General's office, Washington, D. C., June 6. The following opinion of Hon. William Whiting, solicitor of the War Department, has been ordered to be published by the Secretary of War: opinion. It is made the duty of provost-marshals to obey all lawful orders and regulations of the provost-marshal general, and such as shall be prescribed by law concerning the enrolment and calling into service of the national forces. (Act March 3, 1863. Sec. 7.) The twenty-fifth Section of the same act provides that if any pe
William Whiting (search for this): chapter 9
Doc. 9.-the National enrolment. Solicitor Whiting's opinion. war Department, Office Provost-Marshal General, June 9. the following opinion of Hon. William Whiting, solicitor of the War Hon. William Whiting, solicitor of the War Department, has been ordered to be published by the Secretary of War: The National forces, liable to perform military duty, include all able-bodied male citizens of the United States, and persons oe made from that class of the forces of the United States under the provisions of this act. William Whiting, Solicitor of the War Department. James B. Fry, Provost-Marshal General. war Department, Provost-Marshal General's office, Washington, D. C., June 6. The following opinion of Hon. William Whiting, solicitor of the War Department, has been ordered to be published by the Secretary of Ware illegal intent; and the offender will in either case be subject to summary arrest by the provost-marshal. William Whiting, Solicitor of the War Department. James B. Fry, Provost-Marshal General.