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38 THE UNITED STATES ARMY. " }

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR-(Continued).

Lighthouse Board—President of board, I S. Pritchett, Capt. Albert Ross, U. S. Victor H. Metcalf; chairman. Rear Ad- N.: Major Harry F. Hodges, U. S. A. : miral Benjamin P. Lamberton, U. S. N.; Captain Uriel Sebree, U, S.T. N., members, Col. Walter S. Franklin, U. S. naval secretary: Lieut. Col. Daniel W.' ' A.; Col. Amos Stickney, U. S. A.; Henry | \,0ckwood. U. S. A., engineer Secretary.

*INDEPENDENT commissions AND OFFICES.

Interstate Commerce Commission. ( 1. T orank M. Riggins . Commissioners—Martin A. Knapp (1891), o €oln., r o | (isoo), Ga.; Charles Ā. Frouty (1856), Vt.: $2,500. & | Francis M. Cockrell (1905), Mo.; Franklin Government Printing Office. Lane (1905), Cal. ; each, $7,500. - Public Printer—Charles A. Stillings ionoward A. Moseley (1887), (1905), Mass., $4.500. * ** * * • Library of Congress. - : Civil Service Commission. Librarian — Herbert Putnam (1899), Commissioners—John C. Black (1904), Mass... 66,000. \ Ill. : Henry F. Greene (1903). Minn. ; Al- Assistant Librarian—A. R. Spofford išo W. Cooley (1903). N. Y.; each i (1897), Ohio. $4,000.

THE UNITED STATES ARMY. .

___. The actual strength of the army on June 30, 1905, including the Philippine Scouts and the Porto Rico Regiment, was 3.934 officers and 63,022 enlisted men—total, 66,956. There were lost to the army in the year ended June 30, 1905, 133 officers and 43,592 enlisted men. Of the officers 29 were killed in action or died from wounds or disease. Of the men 488 were killed in action or died from wounds or disease; the remander | representing men discharged, for expiration of term of service, for disability, by sen— - o: o:go." #.”.”;à";”. There were in the Philippine i.

€ 5U, & OIERCerS 8 D. men, and in the Porto Rico RegimóIlt

108 officers and 550 enlisted man. Il, - &

GENERAL STAFF of THE ARMY.

Lieutenant General Adna. R. Chaffee, Chief of Staff.
Major General John C. Bates. Brigadier General Samuel M. Milks.

x Colonels. William W. Gibson, Ordnance Depart

Stephen P. Jocelyn, 14 un Infantry. Inent. :

John B. Kerr, 12th Cavalry. -: David Du B. Gaf Ibard.

+onoch H. Crowder, Judge Advocate Geri- | Henry L. Ptipley, 8th Cavalry.

eral's Department. - Captains.

| James T. Kerr, Military Secretary’s De- || Charles Flynch, Medical Department.
| partment. Joseph T. Dickman, 8th Cavalry.
: Lieutenant Colonels. Harry C. Hale, 15th Infantry.
| Crosby P. Miller, Quartermaster's Depart- || James K. Thompson, 12th Infantry,
i ment. William M. Wright, 2d Hnfantry.
il Walter S. Schuyler, 2d Cavalry. Charles H. Muir, 2d Infantry.
| Henry A. Greene, 1st Infantry. Frank DeW. Ramsey, 9th Infantry.
ł John G. D. Knight, Corps of Engineers. James H. McRae, 3d Infantry.
| W. W. Wotherspoon, i9th Infantry. George W. Read, 9th Cavalry.
#| Smith S. Leach, Corps of EngineerS. Grote Hutcheson, 6th Cavalry.
Majors. Sydney A. Cloman, 23d Infantry.
| George W. Goethais, Corps of Engineers. Robert E., L., Michie, 12th Cavalry-
| William A. Mann, 14th Infantry. John J. Pershing, 15th Cavalry,
| Miðntgomery M. Macomb, Artillery. Corps. Charles T. Menoher. Artillery, Corps-
| George F. E. Harrison, Artillery Corpä. Peyton C. March, Artillery Corps.
| William D. Beach, 10th Cavalry. William G. Haan, Artillery Corps.
: John S. Mallory, 12th Infantry. Charles D. Rhodes, 6th Cavalry.
| Samuel Heber, Signal Corps. Dennis E. Nolan, 30th Infantry.
| Erasmus M. Weaver, Artillery Corps. John C. Oakes, Corps of Engineers.
| Francis J. Kerman, 25th Infantry.

STAFF OF ARMY WAR CO Li-EGE.

Erigadier General Thomas H. Barry, president; Colonel and Lieutenant Colonel william W. Wotherspoon, directors; Major Samuel Reber, secretary.

MILITARY DIVISIONS AND DEPARTMENTS.

The Atfantic Division.—Embracing the Department of the East and Departpnent of the Gulf. Headquarters. Governor's Island. N. Y. Commander, Major General James F. Wade.

Department of the East.—Embracing the New England States, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland. District of Columbia, West Virginia, Virginia, Porto Rico and islands and keys adjacent thereto. Headquarters, GOVerroris island, N. Y. Commander, Brigadier General Frederick D. Grant.

*For Philippine and Panama Canal Strip Commissions, see under “Ensular Dependencies.” .

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40 STAFF officers of THE ARMY. CHIEF OFFICERS OF STAFF CORPS. Officers narked thus * are detailed sron the line, under Section 26, act of Feb. 2, 1901.

ADJUTANT GENERAL’S DEPART V. ENT. HEN RY C. CORBIN, adjutant general (major general, June 6, 1900), commanding the Philippines Division.

MILITARY SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. FRED CT, AINSWORTH, the Military Secretary (rank of major g sn.) . . A pril 23, 0.4

WILLIAM P. HALL, Military Secretary (rank of brigadier gen.) . . . . . . . . . . April 23, 0.4 Colonels. | Name. l)ate app’t' d. Nanne. Date app' to d. Name. Date app’t'd. | *Robinson, H. E... Apr. 7, 04 *Frederick, TJ. A.Jan. : 31, Q2

Heistandi, H.O.S.. July 22, 0.2] *Hickey, J. R. . . Nov. 39, 94 | *Liggelt. Hunter. . . May 5, 9: Andrews, George, . Aug. 7, 03 Brodie, Alex., O.. June 10, 93 Williams, J. R. ... June 18, 02

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INSPECTOR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. | GEORGE: II. BURTON, inspector general (rank of brigadier general) . . . April 12. 1903 ! Colonels. {*West, Frank. . . . . Mar. 2, 03: “Gresham. J. C. . Sept. 17, 01 Garlington. E. A. . Mar. 1, 01, Pratt, Sedgwick. Aug. 10, 93 | *Nichols, \Vm, A. . .Qct. 3, 0.1 Mills; Stephen C.. Apr. 12, 03: “Brush, D. H. . . . Aug. 15, 03| *Wisser. J. P. . . . Nov. 4, 61

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JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL'S DEPARTM ENT.
GEO. D. DAVIS, judge advocate general (rank of brigadier general) . . . . . May 24, 1901
Colonels. | Hull, John A. . . . . Apr. 16, 03: Goodier, Lewis E. June 18, 0 |
Crowder, E.H. (g.s.) Ap,16,03] Dunn, George M. Nov. 22, 03] Morrow, Henry M. Jan. 37, 9;
Dudley, Edgar S. Nov. 22, 03: -: . Majors. | Bethol, W. A. . . . . . July 15, 03
Lieutenant Colonels. | Dodds, Frank L. . May 22. Q1 Winship, Blanton. . Jan. 4, '04
Carbaugh, IH. C. . lyec. 18, 021 Porter, John B. . . May 27.01 -

- QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT. | CHAS F. HUMPHREY, quartermaster general (rank of brigadier, gen.). April 12, 1903 | Colonels. |Jones, S. R. . . . . Aug. 1%, 0.3i Cruse, Thomas . . . . . July 5, 0.2 Marshall, J. M. . . Feb. 2, Q1 Robinson, W. W. jr. Jan 20, 94 McCarthy, D. E. . . . Oct. 2, Q2 ..] Noaujey, G. A. H. Feb. 24, 93 || Von Schrader, F. July 9, 04 Knight, John T. ... I'eb. 24, 93 | Clem, John L. . . Aug. 15, 03: Sawyer, J. E . . . . . .July 10, 94, Carson. J. M., jr. Apr. 12, Ö3

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: Allison, J. N. . . . July 27, 03: Krauthoff, C. R. . A pr: 8, (31 Geary, W. L. . . . . . Oct. 13, G5 | Eraina:d, D. L. . Aug. 28, 0.5 ! - | M ED CAL DEPARTM ENT.

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Rank of Colonel. Larned, Chas, W.July 25, 76

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LINE OFFICERs of THE ARMy.

PROFESSORS AT THE VI [ _ | TARY ACADEMY.
Wood, loodward E. . Oct. 1, 92 Gordon,
| Rank Lieutenant Colonel...! Echols, C. P......June
Tiljrilan, S. E. . . . Dec. 21, 80i Fiebeger, G. J. . . . May 4, 96 * * r *

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| SAMUEL M. Missis, (gèn. staff), chief of gullery (rank of brigadier general).

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