In general, the meeting came to the conclusion that to combat absenteeism and misconduct against military discipline Existing penalties are ineffective. Meeting found desirable corporal punishment in serious cases of violation disciplines to which unauthorized abandonment was unconditionally counted parts. The meeting also noted that the premises existing in Orel the guardhouse is not enough to put all the guilty there, which is why the commandant of the city of Orel sometimes releases the detainees immediately upon acceptance67. In early November 1915, the commander of the garrison of the city of Orel, General Lt. Burov, was transferred to the Turkestan Military District, and duties passed to the commander of the 9th infantry reserve brigade.
They were organized to patrol the city mixed patrols (1 non-commissioned officer and 2 privates from the unit) 69. Despite efforts made, garrison commander in early March 1916 66 RGVIA, f.9623, op.1, d.1, l.8. Order on the Oryol garrison. 10/15/1915 67 Ibid., L. 38-39. Resolutions of the Meeting on the elaboration of measures forraising military discipline and maintaining it at the proper height among the military ranks of the Oryol garrison. 10.26.1915 68 Ibid., P.45. Order on the Oryol garrison. 08.11.1915 69 To prevent soldiers from selling state goods, especially common on market days, was organized the expulsion of patrols in all market squares of the city of Orel. On the morning of November 6th was produced raid on the Ilyinsky bazaar, during which 217 lower ranks were detained, mostly from Orlovsky garrison.
To hold the detention of the lower ranks in the tea should be using the nearest policeman. Three round-the-clock patrols of 5 people each were sent to refugee barracks located at the station. Eagle. It was their duty to prevent any communication of garrison officials with refugees, in order to avoid spread epidemic typhus. Since 1916, two posts were introduced to receive the lower ranks of the garrison, detained by officers on the streets of the city and transmitting them in part. Patrols stood in the city center. Two additional round-the-clock patrols of 4 people each were introduced to supervise the village of Luzhki, Cherkasy settlement and the entrance to the city near the spinning factory, near which military barracks were located. In view of the arrival of new units in the Eagle, patrols were organized, from 6 am to midnight patrolled the city on the most crowded highways. Former patrols were canceled. Additionally organized joint with the city roundabout tea and night patrols in the Luzhki and Cherkasy suburb.
To monitor the correctness of duty, officers on duty in the city were appointed as patrols. who at least twice a day, day and night, had to check the patrols, for which they were allocated horses. Separate officer duties were appointed by the Meadows and Cherkasy settlement. (Ibid, l.52,53, 64, 82. Orders on the Oryol garrison. 14-26.11.1915. RGVIA, f. 9623, op.1, d.2, l.8, 19, 45, 69. Orders on the Oryol garrison. 08.01.- 02.19.1916). stated that the massive wavering of the lower ranks through the city streets still observed. Hospital patients behaved especially cheekily. and members of convalescent teams70. At the end of May 1916, in command of the garrison of the city of Orel, according to order in the Moscow military district, entered the colonel