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care must be taken that the tool compartments are
locked. Prisoners are seated * * * the military
police. (See fig. 17.)
45. REPORTS. a. Military police notebook. (1)
(Superseded.) All military police, when on duty,
will carry a notebook to enable them to note perti-
nent facts that may be useful at a later date. In
addition, special orders and regulations pertaining
to the particular area they are to patrol, a list of
nearby installations, and maps of the town and sur-
rounding territory will be folded and carried in the
notebook. Important items to be covered in each
type of incident which should confront military po-
lice should accompany the regulations. Abbreviated
forms may be stamped or otherwise placed in the
notebook to facilitate the recording of incidents.
ic * * * *
55. MILITARY POLICE IN RAILROAD STATION. a.
Duties. Military police may * * * Their duties
(3) Controlling movements of civilians. Under
certain conditions * * * civil affairs organiza-
tion. Civilians accompanying or serving with the
Armed Forces carry an identification card issued by
the War Department or by the theater commander.
(7) (Added.) Assuming temporary custody of
military prisoners (not prisoners of war) being
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