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ceded to the United States by Spain; headquarters, Manila, P. I. Commander, MajorGeneral Arthur MacArthur.

DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN LUZON-Includes all that part of the island of Luzon north of Laguna de Bay and the province of Laguna, the same being the provinces of Abra, Bontoc, Benguet, Bataan, Bulacan, Cagayan, Ilocos, Infanta, Morong, Norte, Ilocos Sur, La Isabela de Luzon, Lepanto, La Union, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, all that portion of Manila north of the Pasig River, Principe, Pangasinan, Pampanga, Tarlac and Zambales, and all the islands in the Philippine Archipelago north of Manila Bay and the provinces above named; headquarters, Manila, P. I. Commander, Major-General Lloyd Wheaton.

DEPARTMENT OF SOUTHERN LUZON-Includes island of Samar and all the remaining part of the island of Luzon, the same including the following provinces: Albay, Batangas, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Cavite, La Laguna, Manila south of the Pasig, and Tayabas, and all islands of the Philippine Archipelago which lie south of the south line of the Department of Northern Luzon, as above described, including the island of Polillo and north of a line passing southeastwardly through West Pass of Apo to the twelfth parallel of north latitude; thence easterly along said parallel to 124° 10° east of Greenwich, but including the entire island of Masbate; thence northerly through San Bernardino Straits; headquarters, Manila, P. I. Commander, MajorGeneral J. C. Bates.

DEPARTMENT OF THE VISAYAS—Includes all islands (except island of Samar) south of the southern line of the Department of Southern Luzon and east of longitude 121° 45' cast of Greenwich and north of the ninth parallel of latitude, excepting the island of Mindanao and all islands east of the Straits of Surigao; headquarters, Iloilo, P. I. Commander, Brigadier-General R. P. Hughes.

DEPARTMENT OF MINI)ANAO AND JOLO-Includes all the remaining islands of the Philippine Archipelago; headquarters, Zamboanga, P. I. Commander, BrigadierGeneral W. A. Kobbé. DEPARTMENT


ALASKA-Territory of Alaska;, headquarters, Fort St. Michael, Alaska. Commander, Brigadier-General G. M. Randall.

DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA-States of California and Nevada, the Hawaiian Islands and their dependencies; headquarters, San Francisco, Cal. Commander, MajorGeneral W. R. Shafter.

DEPARTMENT OF THE COLORADO—States of Wyoming (except so much thereof as is embraced in the Yellowstone National Park), Colorado and Utah, and the Territories of Arizona and New Mexico; headquarters, Denver, Col. Commander, BrigadierGeneral H. C. Merriam.

DEPARTMENT OF THE COLUMBIA-States of Washington, Oregon, Idaho (except so much of the latter as is embraced in the Yellowstone National Park); headquarters, Vancouver Barracks, Wash. Commander, Major-General W. R. Shafter.

DEPARTMENT OF CUBA-Consisting of the Island of Cuba; headquarters, Havana, Cuba. Commander, Major-General L. Wood.

DEPARTMENT OF DAKOTA-States of Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and so much of Wyoming and Idaho as is embraced in the Yellowstone National Park; headquarters, St. Paul, Minn. Commander, Brigadier-General J. F. Wade.

DEPARTMENT OF THE EAST-New-England States, New-York, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Porto Rico; headquarters, Governor's Island, N. Y. Commander, Major-General John R. Brooke.

DEPARTMENT OF THE LAKES—States of Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee; headquarters, Chicago, Ill. Commander, Major-General E. S. Otis.

DEPARTMENT OF THE MISSOURI—States of Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas, the Indian Territory, and the Territory of Oklahoma; headquarters, Omaha, Neb. Commander, Brigadier-General Fitzhugh Lee.

DEPARTMENT OF TEXAS-State of Texas; headquarters, San Antonio, Tex. Commander, Colonel Chambers McKibbin, 12th Infantry. NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS.

Board of Managers: President, General Martin T. McMahon, New-York City; vicepresidents, General William J. Sewell, Camden, N. J., and Colonel John L. Mitchell, Milwaukee, Wis.; secretary, General T. J. Henderson, Princeton, Ill.; managers, General A. L. Pearson, Pittsburg, Penn.; Colonel G. W. Steele, Marion, Ind.; Major W. H. Bonsall, Los Angeles, Cal.; General William B. Franklin, Hartford, Conn.; General C. M. Anderson, Greenville, Ohio; Colonel Sidney G. Cooke, Herington, Kan.; General Thomas J. Henderson, Princeton, Ill.; General J. M. Brown, Portland, Me.; treasurer, Major J. M. Bermingham, Hartford, Conn. Principal officers of branch homes: Central, Dayton, Ohio: Governor, J. B. Thomas; treasurer, J. G. Galbraith; surgeon, D. C. Huffman.

Northwestern, Milwaukee, Wis.: Governor, Cornelius Wheeler; treasurer, J. E. Armitage; surgeon, Almon Clarke. Eastern, Togus, Me.: Governor, S. H. Allen; treasurer, A. L. Smith; surgeon, W. E. Elwell. Southern, Hampton, Va.: Governor, P. T. Woodfin; treasurer, William Thompson; surgeon, R. S. Vickery. Western, Leavenworth, Kan.: Governor, J. G. Rowland; treasurer, W. B. Shockley; surgeon, A. G. Hull.

Pacific, Santa Monica, Cal.: Governor, O. H. La Grange; treasurer, T. J. Cochrane; surgeon, H. E. Hasse. Marion, Marion, Ind.: Governor, J. H. Chapman; treasurer, H. Ö. Heichert; surgeon, A. D. Kimball.' Danville, Danville, Ill.: Governor, Isaac Clements; treasurer, W. C. Tuttle; surgeon, D. C. Jones. The requirements for admission include an honorable discharge from the United States service; disability which prevents the applicant from earning his living by labor. Soldiers or sailors whose pensions exceed $16 a month are not eligible to the Home unless the reasons are explained to the manager and are satisfactory to him. There are also twenty-six State homes, located as follows: New-York State Soldiers and Sailors' Home, Bath, N. Y.; Vermont Soldiers' Home, Bennington, Vt.; Soldiers' Home in Massachusetts, Chelsea, Mass.; Fitch's Home for the Soldiers, Noroton Heights, Conn.; New Jersey Home for Disabled Soldiers, Kearny, N. J.; Pennsylvania Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers and Sailors, Erie, Penn.; Michigan Soldiers' Home, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Ohio Soldiers and Sailors' Home, Sandusky, Ohio; Illinois Soldiers and Sailors' Home, Quincy, Ill. ; Wisconsin Veterans' Home, Waupaca, Wis.; Minnesota State Soldiers' Home, Minnehaha, Minn.; Iowa Soldiers' Home, Marshalltown, Iowa; Nebraska Soldiers and Sailors' Home, Grand Island and Milford, Neb.; Kansas State Soldiers' Home, Fort Dodge, Kan.; California Veterans' Home, Yountville, Cal.; South Dakota Soldiers' Home, Hot Springs, S. D.; Colorado Soldiers and Sailors' Home, Monte Vista, Col.; New-Hampshire Soldiers' Home, Tilton, N. H.; Washington's Soldiers' Home, Orting, Wash.; Rhode Island State Soldiers' Home, Bristol, R. I.; North Dakota Soldiers' Home, Lisbon, N. D.; Oregon Soldiers' Home, Roseburg, Ore.; Idaho Soldiers' Home, Boise, Idaho; Wyoming Soldiers' Home, Cheyenne, Wyo.; Indiana State Home, La Fayette, Ind.

UNITED STATES SOLIDERS' HOME COMMISSION. Lieutenant-General Nelson A. Miles, president; Adjutant-General Henry C. Corbin, Quartermaster-General M. I. Ludington, Acting Commissary-General John F. Weston, Surgeon-General George M. Sternberg, Judge Advocate-General G. N. Lieber, Brigadier-General George D. Ruggles. Officers of the United States Soldiers' Home, Washington-Brigadier-General George D. Ruggles, governor; Brevet Brigadier-General R. F. Bernard, deputy governor; Captain C. W. Taylor, secretary and treasurer; Major Louis A. La Garde, attending surgeon.

UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY. The United States Military Academy at West Point was founded in 1802. Each Congress District and Territory-also the District of Columbia-is entitled to have one cadet at the academy, the cadet to be named by the Representative in Congress, and the person appointed must be an actual resident of the district or Territory from which the appointment is made. There are also 120 appointments at large at the disposition of the President. The number of students is thus limited to 481. Appointments are usually required to be made one year in advance of date of admission, and may be made either after competitive examination or given direct, at the option of the Representative. The Representative, should he desire, may nominate a legally qualified alternate, who will be examined with the regular nominee, and admitted in the event of his success and the latter's failure to pass the prescribed preliminary examinations. Appointees to the Military Academy must be between seventeen and twentytwo years of age at date of admission, at least five feet three inches in height, tree from any infectious or moral disorder, and, generally, from any deformity, disease or infirmity; must be well versed in reading, in writing, including orthography, in arithmetic, and have a knowledge of the elements of English grammar, of descriptive geography' (particularly of the United States), and of the history of the United States. The course of instruction, which is quite thorough, requires four years, and is largely mathematical and professional. The principal subjects taught are mathematics, French, drawing, tactics of all arms of the service, natural and experimental philosophy, chemistry, mineralogy, geology and electricity, history, international, constitutional and military law, Spanish, and civil and military engineering and science of Academic duties commence September 1 and continue until June 1.

Examinations are held in each January and June, and cadets found proficient in studies and correct in conduct are given the particular standing in their class to which their merits entitle them, while those cadets deficient in either conduct or studies are discharged. From about the middle of June to the end of August cadets live in camp, engaged only in military duties and receiving practical military instruction. Cadets are allowed but one leave of absence during the four years' course, and, as a rule, it is granted at the expiration of the first two years. The pay of a cadet is $540 a year, and with proper economy is sufficient for his support. The number of students at the Academy last year was 429. Upon graduating cadets are commissioned as second lieutenants in the United States Army. The whole number of graduates from 1802 to 1900 has been 3,993.

MANNER OF APPLICATION.--Applications can be made at any time, by letter, to the Secretary of War, to have the applicant's name registered for submission to the proper Representative when a vacancy occurs. The application must exhibit the full name, date of birth and permanent abode of applicant, with the number of the Congress district in which his residence is situated. Immediately after his admission, and before receiving his warrant of appointment, the cadet must sign the following engagement for service, in the presence of the Superintendent or some officer deputed by him: I,

of the State (or Territory) of - aged years months, do hereby engage (with the consent of my parent or guardian) that, from the date of my admission as a cadet of the United States Military Academy, I will serve in the Army of the United States for eight years, unless sooner discharged by compen tent authority. In the presence

The candidate must then take the following oath or affirmation: I.

do solemnly swear that I will sup port the Constitution of the United States, and bear true allegiance to the National Government; that I will maintain and defend the sovereignty of the United States paramount to any and all allegiance, sovereignty or fealty I may owe to any State or country whatsoever, and that I will at all times obey the legal orders of my superior officers, and the rules and articles governing the armies of the United States.



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PAY OF RETIRED OFFICERS. Pay of grade. Monthly pay.

Pay of grade. T

Monthly pay.
After After After After

After After After After
Yearly. Monthly service service service service

5 y'rs" 10 y'rg' 15 y'rs' 20 y’rs' Yearly. Monthly 6 y'rg'10 y'r8' 15 y'rs' 20 y'rs
10 p. c. 20 p. c.30 p. c.40 P. C.

service service service service
$11,000 00/$916 67

1$8,250 00 $687 501 7,500 00 625 00

5, 625 00 468 75
5,500 00 458 33

4,125 00 343 75
3,500 00) 291 67 $320 83|$350 0Q/$375 001$375 001 2,625 00 218 75 $240 62 $262 50 $281 25 $281 25
3,000 00|250 00 275 001 300 00 325.00 333 33 2,250 00 187 50 206 25 225 00 243 75 250 00
2,500 001 208 33 229 17 250 00 270 83 291 67 1,875 00 156 25 171 871 187 501 203 12 218 75
2,000 00) 166 67 183 33) 200 00 216 67| 233 33 1,500 00 125 00 137 50 150 00 162 501 175 00
1,800 001 150 00 165 00 180 001 195 001 210 00! 1,350 00 112 50| 123 75/ 135 00] 146 25 157 50
1,800 000 150 00 165 00 180 001 195 001 210 00
1,800 00 150 00 165 001 180 001 195 001 210 001
1,600 001 133 33 146 67] 160 001 173 331 186 671 1,200 00 100 00 110 001 120 00 130 001 140 00
1,500 001 125 00 137 501 150 001 162 50 175 00 1,125 00 93 75 103 121 112 501 121 87 131 25
1,500 001 125 00 137 50 150 001 162 50 175 00] 1,125 00 93 75 103 12 112 50 121 87] 131 25
1,400 001 116 67 128 33 140 00 151 67 163 331 1,050 00 87 50 96 25 105 00 113 75| 122 50
1,500 001 125 00 137 501 150 001 162 501 175 00 1,350 00 112 501 123 751 135 00 146 25 157 50


*Regimental Adjutants and Regimental Quartermasters are never retired as such.
The maximum pay of a Colonel is, by law, $4,500 per annum.
#The maximum pay of a Lieutenant Colonel is, by law, $4,000 per annum.

NOTES.-Under Sec. 1,261, Revised Statutes, an Aide-de-Camp to a Major-General is allowed $200 a year in addition to the pay
of his rank, not to be included in computing the service increase; an Aide-de-Camp to a Brigadier-General, $150 a year, and an Act-
ing Commissary of Subsistence $100 a year. Assistant Surgeons are entitled to pay of Captain after five years' service, service to be
reckoned from date of acceptance of appointment or commission.

Retired officers receive 75 per cent of pay (salary and increase) of their rank. Retired officers detailed for duty at colleges
under the act of November 3, 1893, are entitled to the full pay of officers of corresponding rank. Those detailed under other laws
are not entitled to anything beyond their retired pay.

Mileage, from and after July 1, 1898, is a llowed to officers travelling on duty under orders at the rate of seven cents per mile, by
the shortest usually travelled routes. Commutation of quarters is paid at the rate of $12 per month per room.

The monthly pay of enlisted men in the Army is as follows: Artillery, infantry and cavalry-Privates, $13; corporals, $15;
sergeants, $18; first sergeants, $25. Engineers and ordnance-Corporals, $20; sergeants, $34. The pay increases $1 per month each
year during the term of the first five years' enlistment. For the second term of enlistment the pay is $2 per month above that of
the last year of the first enlistment. The pay of others on the first year of enlistment is: Ordnance sergeant, commissary ser-
geant and post quartermaster sergeant, $34; hospital steward, $45; acting hospital steward, $25; senior veterinary surgeon, $100;
junior veterinary surgeon, $75. There is, in addition, a clothing allowance. Twenty per cent increase on pay proper of all enlisted
men is allowed in time of war. Enlisted men when retired are entitled to 75 per cent of the pay which they receive in active service.





..Frank Warner Hackett, N. H. CHIEF CLERK..

.Benjamin F. Peters, Penn. PRIVATE SECRETARY.

Cyrus C. Wells, Illinois.


Term expires. Navigation........ *Captain A. S. Crowninshield..

April 8, 1901 Equipment. *Captain Royal B. Bradford....

September 7, 1901 Ordnance. *Captain Charles O'Neil..

.June 1, 1901 Medicine and Surgery. *Surgeon-General W. K. Van Reypen.. .October 21, 1901 Supplies and Accounts. *Pay Director Albert S. Kenney.

May 4, 1903 Steam Engineering. *Engineer-in-Chief George W. Melville.. August 9, 1903 Construction and Repair. *Chief Constructor Philip Hichborn.

March 4, 1901 Yards and Docks. *Civil Engineer Mordecai T. Endicott.

..April 4, 1902 Judge Advocate-General....fLieutenant-Commander Samuel C. Lemly...... June 5, 1904 Office of Naval Intelligence..Captain Charles D. Sigsbee.....


JULY 1, 1900.

State from which appointed.

Retirement date, George Dewey....


CAPTAINS. (Rank with Major-General in Army.)

Sta from Retirement State from Retirement


which appointed. date. Name. which appointed. date.

Benjamin P. Lamberton. Penn. Sept. 25, 1905 John A. Howell

N. Y. Mar. 16, 1902

Richard P. Leary......Md... Nov. 3, 1904 Albert Kautz

Ohio..Jan. 29, 1901

William H. Whiting.... Wis..July 8, 1905 George C. Remey. ..Iowa. Aug. 10, 1903

Charles O'Neil

..Mass. Mar. 15, 1904 Norman H. Farquhar...Penn.July 28, 1902 Caspar F. Goodrich. Conn.Jan. 7, 1909 John C. Watson.... ..Ky... Aug. 24, 1904 Bowman H. McCalla...N. J..June 19, 1906 Winfield 's. Schley.....Md. ... Oct. 9, 1901

French E. Chadwick...W.Va. Feb. 29, 1906 Silas Casey

..N. Y.Sept. 11, 1903 Theodore F. Jewell.....Va....Aug. 6. 1906 William T. Sampson...N. Y.Feb. 9, 1902

William M. Folger.....Ohio.. May 19, 1906 Bartlett J. Cromwell....Neb..Feb. 11, 1902 1Cipriano Andrade......Penn. Mar. 16, 1902

Francis W. Dickins.....Conn.Nov. 2, 1906 (Rank with Brigadier-General in Army.) 1 Lewis W. Robinson....N. J..Mar. 1, 1902 Francis J. Higginson... Mass.July 19, 1905 George F. F. Wilde.... Mass. Feb. 23, 1907 Frederick Rodgers .....Md... Oct. 3, 1904 Charles H. Davis. Mass. Aug. 28, 1907 Louis Kempff.

..Ill....Oct. 11, 1903 Charles J. Train.. ..Mass..May 14, 1907 George W. Sumner. .Ky... Dec. 31, 1903 1Ralph Aston

.Conn..Jan. 31, 1903 Albert S. Barker.... Mass. Mar. 31, 1905 George W. Pigman.....Ind... Dec. 19, 1905 Charles S. Cotton.. Wis..Feb. 15, 1905 John McGowan. ..N. J..Aug. 4, 1905 Silas W. Terry.

.Ky... Dec. 28, 1904 James G. Green. ..Mass.June 27, 1903 Merrill Miller

..Ohio..Sept. 13, 1904 Charles H. Rockwell... Mass. June 12, 1902 John J. Read ...N. J.. June 17, 1904 James M. Forsyth..... Penn..Jan. 1, 1904

George A. Converse....Vt....May 13, 1906 CAPTAINS.

Royal B. Bradford.. Me... July 22, 1906 (Rank with Colonel in Army.)

Joseph E. Craig. ..N. Y.Feb. 24, 1907

Charles M. Thomas....Penn.. Oct. 1, 1908 Mortimer L. Johnson... Mass.June 1, 1904 Albert S. Snow.. .Me...Nov. 18, 1907 Edwin M. Shepard.....N. Y.Sept. 16, 1905 George C. Reiter.... .Penn..July 6, 1907 Robley D. Evans.. .Utah. Aug. 18, 1908 Willard H. Brownson..N. Y..July 8, 1907 Frank Wildes... .Mass. June 17, 1905 William W. Mead.. ...Ky...Feb. 8, 1907 Henry Glass ......Ill....Jan. 7, 1906 Edwin s. Houston.....Penn.. May 13, 1906 Philip H. Cooper.......N. Y.Aug. 5, 1906 Edwin Longnecker...... Penn..Feb. 19, 1906 Henry C. Taylor

Ohio.. Mar. 4, 1907 George E. Ide..........Ohio. .Dec. 6, 1907 George H. Wadleigh....N. H.Sept. 28, 1904 Thomas Perry..........N. Y..May 26, 1906 A. S. Crowninshield....N. Y. Mar. 14, 1905 Charles H. Stockton... Penn..Oct. 13, 1907 James H. Sands. Md...July 12, 1907 Asa Walker ...

.N. H.Nov. 13, 1907 Yates Stirling

.Md... May 6, 1905 Oscar W. Farenholt.... Tex...May 2, 1903 William C. Wise. .Ky... Nov. 8, 1904 Robert E. Impey.

...Ohio.. Mar. 17, 1907 Joseph B. Coghlan. ...Ill....Dec. 8, 1906 Eugene W. Watson....Penn. Feb. 17, 1905 Purnell F. Harrington...Del...June 6, 1906 John F. Merry.

Me... Mar. 5, 1902 1 Louis J. Allen.

.Md...Feb. 23, 1902 William C. Gibson. ..N. Y.July 23, 1900 1 George W. Melville....N. Y..Jan. 10, 1903 Washburn Maynard.

...Tenn.Dec. 5, 1906 Nehemiah M. Dyer..... Mass.Feb. 19, 1901 Henry W. Lyon........Mass. Nov. 8, 1907 Francis A. Cook.. Mass. May 10, 1905 Colby M. Chester. ..Conn. Feb. 28, 1906 1To perform engineer duty on shore Charles E. Clark.. Vt....Aug. 10, 1905 only. The Engineer Corps was amalgaCharles J. Barclay. Penn.Sept. 8, 1905 mated with the line on March 5, 1899, by Charles D. Sigsbee. ..N. Y..Jan. 16, 1907 act of Congress,

*Rank of Rear-Admiral while Chief of Bureau. Rank of Captain while holding said office.


State from Retirement

State from Retirement Name. which appointed. date. Name.

which appointed. date. James H. Dayton......Md... Oct. 25, 1908 Thomas C. McLean....N. Y..Oct. 25, 1909 Morris R. S. Mackenzie.N. J..May 5, 1910 William J. Barnette...N. Y.Feb. 2, 1909 Charles S. Sperry.......Conn..Sept. 3, 1909 Francis H. Delano..... Mass. April 14, 1910

Charles T. Forse ......Ky... Dec. 29, 1909 COMMANDERS.

Edwin K. Moore.......Ohio..July 24, 1909 (Rank with Lieutenant-Colonel in Army.)

Albion V. Wadhams....N. Y.June 8, 1909

James D. Adams....... Miss..May 4, 1910 William T. Burwell.....Mo...July 19, 1908

R. Wainwright..Son of officer. Dec. 17, 1911 Frank Courtis

..Cal...June 18, 1906 James R. Selfridge.....Cal...July 11, 1911 William W. Reisinger..Md... Dec. 14, 1905

William H. Everett....Conn. Mar. 6, 1909 John J. Hunker.

Ohio..June 12, 1906 John M. Hawley........ Mass..July 28, 1908 Franklin Hanford ......N. Y...Nov. 8, 1906 John A. Rodgers. Son of officer.July 26, 1910 Robert M. Berry..... .Ky....Jan. 28, 1908 Gottfried Blocklinger...Iowa..Oct. 23, 1909 Samuel W. Very ....... Mass. April 23, 1908

Perry Garst

.Ill....July 11, 1910 Henry N. Manney...... Minn.Dec. 27, 1906 James K. Cogswell. ...Wis..Sept. 27, 1909 Chapman C. Todd .......Ky.. April 5, 1910

Frederick Singer ......Ohio.. May 3, 1909 Joseph N. Hemphill.....Ohio.June 18, 1909 Arthur B. Speyers......N. Y.Aug. 15, 1908 Abraham B. H. Lillie....N. Y. Sept. 23, 1907 Ebenezer S. Prime.....Ohio..Jan. 16, 1909 William T. Swinburne..R. I.. Aug. 24, 1909

Nathan E. Niles ...... Penn.Dec. 27, 1909 William H. Emory......D. C.Dec. 17, 1908 T. H Stevens...Son of officer.July 12, 1910 George A. Bicknell...... Ind.. May 15, 1908 1Julien S. Ogden.......N. Y..Dec. 10, 1908 Charles T. Hutchins..... .Penn. Feb. 5, 1906 1George Cowie .........Iowa. April 28, 1908 Seth M. Ackley......... Mass. Oct. 13, 1907

Charles P. Perkins......Mass. Feb. 18, 1910 Benjamin F. Tilley.......R. I.. Mar. 29, 1910 Charles G. Bowman.... Ind...Oct. 15, 1910 Harry Knox

Ohio.July 2, 1910

William P. Potter......N. Y..May 10, 1912 Clifford H. West. .N.Y..Nov. 2, 1910 William H. Beehler.....Md... April 2, 1910 John P. Merrell.........Mich..Sept. 7, 1908 Giles B. Harber.........Ohio.Sept. 24, 1911 Joseph G. Eaton........

. Mass.Jan. 28, 1909 John B. Briggs. ..Mass. Mar. 1, 1911 Charles Belknap.. ...N.Y..Aug. 25, 1908 Newton E. Mason...... Penn..Oct. 14, 1912 Fernando P. Gilmore....Ohio. Aug. 15, 1909

Arthur P. Nazro. Mass. Dec. 3, 1912 Eugene H. C. Leutze....D. C.Nov. 16, 1909

Wm. W. Kimball. Son of officer.Jan. 9, 1910 Uriel Sebree

...Mo... Feb. 20, 1910 William P. Day. Enlisted boy.Sept. 30, 1910 William A. Windsor....Md..Feb. 13, 1904

John C. Wilson..

.N. Y.July 25, 1911 Albert R. Couden........Utah. Oct. 30, 1908

Uriah R. Harris. ..Ind.. Sept. 14, 1911 E. C. Pendleton.Son of officer. May 27, 1909 Richard G. Davenport... Ga...Jan. 11, 1911 William Swift ...Conn. Mar. 17, 1910

Edwd. B. Barry.Son of officer. Oct. 20, 1911 Henry B. Mansfield..... Mass. Mar. 5, 1908

Herbt. Winslow. Son of officer. Sept. 22, 1910 1Charles R. Roelker....N. Y.Sept. 23, 1903

William H. Turner......Ohio.Jan. 28, 1910 Frederick M. Symonds..N. Y..May 16, 1908

G.P.Colvocoresses, S. of officer. April 3, 1909 Walton Goodwin .......Me... April 10, 1908

Charles E. Colahan..... Penn.. Oct. 25, 1911 1 John D. Ford......... ..Md.... May 19, 1902

Albert G. Berry... . At large. Sept. 16, 1910 Albert Ross

..Penn.Jan. 3. 1908 John A. Norris.. ...Penn.. Dec. 2, 1910 Richardson Clover......Mo...July 11, 1908

Nat. J. K. Patch........ Mass. May 6, 1910 James M. Miller........ Mo... May 23, 1909

T. S. Phelps, jr..Son of officer. Nov. 7, 1910 Frederick M. Wise... ...Md... May 19, 1907

Karl Rohrer..

...Mo...Jan. 28, 1910 J.V.B. Bleecker.Son of officer. Aug. 16, 1909

John A. H. Nickels...... Miss.Jan. 12, 1911 Andrew Dunlap ..N. Y..Oct. 7, 1906

Clinton K. Curtis..... W. Va. April 25, 1911 1 John A. B. Smith... .Md... Mar 2, 1905

Dennis W. Mullan......Ky..Nov. 10, 1905 Edward H. Gheen......Penn.. Dec. 11, 1907


......N. Y..Jan. 31, 1908 Harrison G. O. Colby.... Mass..Jan. 28, 1908

(Rank with Colonel in Army.) Leavitt C. Logan. ..Ohio..Jan. 30, 1908 Walter K. Schofield.... Conn. April 28, 1901 C. H. Arnold.. Son of officer.Nov. 14, 1910 George F. Winslow..... Mass. May 8, 1904 William S. Cowles.....Conn. Aug. 1, 1908 Hosea J. Babin.,

Mass.. Dec. 15, 1904 Charles 0. Allibone.....N. J..Sept. 2, 1908 Joseph B. Parker... .Md...June 20, 1903 1 Alexander B. Bates....Md...Nov. 25, 1904 Joseph G. Ayers. .N. H.Nov. 3, 1901 Edward D. Taussig.....Mo... Nov. 20, 1909 Abel F. Price.... Penn. Dec. 31, 1909 John E. Pillsbury....At large.Dec. 15, 1908 James A. Hawke... .Penn.Jan. 31, 1904 William H. Reeder..... Iowa. Aug. 24, 1910 Robert A. Marmion....W.Va.Sept. 6, 1906

Robert W. Milligan....Penn. April 8, 1905 Dwight Dickinson... ..N. Y..Oct. 31, 1909
George W. Baird......D. C. April 22, 1905 William G. Farwell. . Mich. April 5, 1905
Richard Inch
.........D. C..June 29, 1905 John C. Wise..

.Md...Feb. 7, 1910 Harrie Webster ......D. C..Feb. 12, 1905 George P. Bradley ...Me...Jan. 3, 1910 Charles C. Cornwell. ...Utah..Dec. 18, 1909 Charles N. Gravatt. Va...June 28, 1911

Holland N. Stevenson..N. Y.Sept. 3, 1906 Paul Fitzsimmons......Ga... Feb. 27, 1909 1Charles W. Rae N. Y.June 30, 1909

MEDICAL INSPECTORS. George H. Kearney.....N. Y. Mar. 31, 1910 1William S. Moore.....Mass. Feb. 23, 1908

(Rank with Lieutenant-Colonel in Army.) Royal R. Ingersoll...... Mich.. Dec. 4, 1909 William S. Dixon.......D. C..Jan. 3, 1909 Adolph Marix .....Iowa..May 10, 1910 Remus C. Persons...... Ala... Dec. 28, 1912 Duncan Kennedy ...N. Y..Dec. 28, 1909 Nelson M. Ferebee.....N. C. April 16, 1912 James D. J. Kelley.. At large.Dec. 25, 1909 Jefferson F. Moser.....Penn..May 3, 1910 1To perform engineer duty on shore R. P. Rodgers. .Son of officer. Dec. 30, 1911 only. The Engineer Corps was amalgaSeaton Schroeder ......S. C..Aug. 17, 1911 mated with the line on March 5, 1899, by Franklin J. Drake... .N. Y.Mar. 4, 1908 act of Congress.

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