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may be required to supervise the operation of a stockade
located within his area of responsibility. (See fig. 25.)
For regulations concerning the operation of places of con-
finement, see AR 210-405, 600-355, 600-375, 600-395,
and 600-415. For the confinement of prisoners, see AR
600-355. For the functions of prisoner guards, see FM
Figure 25. Military police may be required to operate a stockade.
70. ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS. Military
police may be charged with the responsibility of enforcing,
or supervising the enforcement of, regulations issued by
officials of the military government. Among these regula-
a. Price control regulations. Price ceilings are de-
termined by officials of the military government and pub-
lished in appropriate proclamations and ordinances. The
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