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United States District Attorneys and Marshals.

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DISTRICT-ATTORNEYS.

MARSHALS. DISTRICTS.

Official

Dates
Names.

Official

Dates
Address.

Names.
Appointed.

Address. Appointed. Alabama, N.... Thomas R. Roulhac.. Birmingham. Oct. 3, 1902 Pope M. Long: Birmingham...

Jan. 14, 1906
M.... Erastus J. Parsons. Montgomery Feb. 8, 1906||James H. Judkins.... Montgomery Jan. 31, 1906
S..... Wm. H. Armbrecht... Mobile
Feb. 2, 1904 Gilbert B. Deans. Mobile

Dec. 18, 1903 Alaska, 1st Div. J.J. Boyce....

Juneau.
June 6, 1903 James M. Shoup.... Juneau.

June 6, 1900
2d Div. Henry M. Hoyt Nome.
July 1, 1904 Thomas C. Powell.... Nome..

Jan. 24, 1905 3d Div. Nathan V. Harlan.... Eagle City Dec. 17, 1901|Geo. G. Perry........ Fairbanks. Feb. 23, 1905 Arizona ... Jos. L. B. Alexander.. Tucson Nov, 8, 1905 Benj. F. Daniels...... Tucson.

July 1, 1905 Arkansas, E.... Wm. G. Whipple.... Little Rock. Feb. 23, 1905 Harmon L, Remmel.. Little Rock May 8, 1906

W.... James K. Barnes.... Fort Smith. May 11, 1902 John F. Mayes....... Fort Smith. Mar. 6, 1906 California, N... Robt. T. Devlin

San Francisco. Mar. 8, 1905 Charles T. Elliott.... San Francisco... June 22, 1900 S... Oscar Lawler...

Los Angeles. Dec. 19, 1905L. V. Youngworth ... Los Angeles June 22, 1906 Colorado.. E. M. Cranston... Denver.. Dec. 17, 1901| Dewey C. Bailey .... Denver

Feb. 26, 1903 Connecticut..... Francis H. Parker Hartford. Apr. 2, 1904 Edson S. Bishop. Hartford

Dec. 11, 1902 Delaware John P. Nields.. Wilmington

Oct.

6, 1903 William R. Flinn.. Wilmington Mar. 18, 1903 Dist.of Columbia Daniel W. Baker.... Washington

Sept. 1, 1905 ||Aulick Palmer

Washington

Jan. 9, 1902 Florida, N William B. Sheppard. Pensacola Feb. 18, 1903T. F. McGourin Pensacola

Feb. 27, 1903
S.
John M. Cheney. Jacksonville Jan. 23, 1906 John F. Horr.

Tampa

Feb. 18, 1902 Farish C. Tate.. Atlanta

Dec. 18, 1905W. H. Johnson

Atlanta

Dec. 18, 1901
S. Marion Erwin

Macon...
Dec. 18, 1901 Geo. F. White.. Macon

May 11, 1904
Hawaii(trm 6 y) Robt. W. Breckons .. Honolulu Jan. 13, 1902 E. R. Hendry.. Honolulu. Jan. 23, 1902
Idaho
Norman M. Ruick.... Boise...

June 15, 1904 Ruel Rounds...

Boise.

July 1, 1902 Illinois, N. Edwin W. Sims...... Chicago Sept. 1, 1906 Luman T. Hoy. Chicago

June 28, 1906 C.... Wm. C. Trautman.... Danville.. May 24, 1905 Charles P. Hitch.

Danville. May 29, 1905
S...... Wm. A. Northcott ... Springfield May 12, 1905 Leon A. Townsend.... Springfield.. May 12, 1905
Indiana Joseph B. Kealing. Indianapolis Dec. 11, 1901| H. C. Pettit.... Indianapolis Dec. 11, 1901
Indian Ter., N. Wade S. Stanfield..... Vinita
Oct. 1, 1905Wm. H. Darrough Vinita

July 1, 1902
'w.. Wm. M. Mellette... Muskogee July 1, 1902 Leo E. Bennett ..... Muskogee Jan. 10, 1902
C... Thomas B. Latham... S. McAlester Jan. 10, 1906 Geo. K. Pritchard.... S. McAlester.... Feb. 18, 1904
S... George R. Walker.... Ardmore
Jan. 23, 1906||Grosvenor A. Porter.. Ardmore

Feb. 6, 1906
Iowa, N.. H. G. McMillan. Cedar Rapids. July 1, 1902| Edward Knott ....... Dubuque June 27, 1902
s.
Lewis Miles..

Corydon

June 27, 1902||Geo. M. Christian.... Des Moines June 27, 1902 Kansas

Harry J. Bone. Topeka... Dec. 18, 1905 Wm. H. Mackey, Jr.. Topeka. Aug. 4, 1902 Kentucky, w.. George Du Relle Louisville June 22, 1906 George W. Long... Louisville Dec. 17, 1905

E... J. H. Tinsley Covington Dec. 17, 1901|S. G. Sharp... Covington Jan. 13, 1902 Louisiana, E.. Wm. Wirt Howe.. New Orleans May 26, 1900||Victor Loisel... .... New Orleans Mar. 15, 1904

W.. Milton C. Elstner .. Shreveport Dec. 20, 1898|Cornelius C. Duson.. Shreveport JOct, 26, 1906 Maine Robt. T. White house. Portland Jan. 16, 1906 Henry W. Mayo.... Portland

Nov. 17, 1903 Maryland John C. Rose Baltimore ... June 11, 1902||J. F. Langhammer.. Baltimore .....

July 17, 1902 Massachusetts.. Asa P. French Boston.. Jan. 9, 1906 Charles K. Darling... Boston

Feb. 11, 1903 Michigan, E. Frank H, Watson. Detroit. May 2, 1906 Milo D. Campbell.. Detroit.

May 2, 1906 W... George G. Covell... Grand Rapids Feb. 15, 1902||Frank W. Wait.... Grand Rapids .. Jan. 19, 1903 Minnesota Charles C. Haupt St. Paul

June 3, 1902W.H. Grimshaw.. St. Paul... Dec. 19, 1899 Mississippi, N.. William D. Frazee... Oxford Dec. 19, 1905|James A. Toler.. Oxford

Jan. 19, 1904 S.. Robert C. Lee.. Jackson.. Jan. 20, 1902 Edgar S. Wilson Jackson

Feb. 3, 1902 Missouri, E. David P. Dyer..... St. Louis Mar. 9, 1902 Wm. L. Morsey.. St. Louis

June 11, 1902 w.... A.S. Van Valkenburgh Kansas City Mar. 24, 1905E, R. Durham... Kansas City..... July 1, 1902 Montana Carl Rasch..

Helena
Mar. 19, 1902||C. F. Lloyd.

Helena

Oct.

9, 1902 Nebraska Charles A. Goss...... Omaha. Jan. 29, 1906 William P. Warner.. lomaha

Dec. 20, 1905 Nevada Samuel Platt..... Carson City... Jan. 13, 1906 Robert Grimmon..... Carson City...

July 15, 1904 New Hampshire. Chas. J. Hamblett. ... Concord

Mar. 15, 1902 Eugene P. Nute Concord

Dec. 19, 1899 New Jersey John B. Vreeland.... Newark.. ... Apr. 5, 1904|Thomas J. Alcott Trenton

Dec, 17, 1901 New Mexico.... W. H. H. Lewellyn.. Las Cruces.... Feb. 14, 1905||C. M. Foraker... Albuquerque Dec. 17, 1901 New York, N... George B. Curtiss.... Binghamton... June 5, 1900C. D. McDougall. Auburn.... Jan. 9, 1901

S.... Henry L. Stimson... New York. Jan. 16, 1906 William Henkel, New York Jan. 14, 1902
E...W.J. Youngs. Brooklyn. Dec. 20, 1898 Chas. J. Haubert.. Brooklyn..

Apr. 22, 1902
W.. Charles H. Brown. Buffalo
June 5, 1900||Wm. R. Compton Elmira

June 5, 1904 N. Carolina, E.. Henry Skinner.. Raleigh

Feb, 1, 1902| Henry C. Dockery.... Raleigh

Jan. 13, 1902 w.. Alfred E. Holton Winston

Jan. 13, 1902 James M. Milliken... Greensboro Dec. 17, 1901 North Dakota... Patrick H. Rourke... Fargo

May 27, 1902||James F. Shea..... Fargo

Dec. 18, 1905 Ohio, N

John J. Sullivan. ... Cleveland Dec. 19, 1899 Frank M. Chandler... Cleveland June 5, 1900 S.. S. T. McPherson. Cincinnati

Sept. 1, 1903 Eugene Z. Lewis. Cincinnati. Oct.. 3, 1906 Oklahoma John Embry...

Guthrie
July 2, 1906||John R. Abernathy... Guthrie

Apr. 1, 1906
Oregon
Wm. C. Bristol... Portland
Dec. 1, 1905 Chas. J. Reed..... Portland

May, 13, 1905 P'nsylvania, E. J. Whitaker Thompson Philadelphia Apr. 28, 1904 John B. Robinson .... Philadelphia Apr. 17, 1900

M.S.J. M. McCarrell Harrisburg Dec. 12, 1901 Charles B. Witmer.... Scranton. June 8, 1906
W. John W. Dunkle. Pittsburgh Mar. 18, 1905 S. P. Stone...... Pittsburgh

Dec. 17, 1901 Porto Rico.....N, B. K. Pettingill. San Juan. June 5, 1900 Harry S. Hubbard, .. San Juan. May 1, 1905 Rhode Island .. Charles A. Wilson.... Providence Jan. 21, 1902 Daniel R. Ballou..... Providence. Feb. 20, 1906 South Carolina.. Ernest F. Cochran Charleston Feb. 1, 1906 J. can Adams.... Charleston.. Jan. 20, 1903 South Dakota... James D. Elliott Sioux Falls, Dec. 17, 1901 Seth Bullock.. Sioux Falls. Jan. 13, 1903 Tennessee, E... James R. Penland....Knoxville Dec. 20, 1905 William A. Dunlap... Knoxville Dec. 20, 1905

M... A. M. Tillman Nashville Feb. 1, 1902||John W. Overall Nashville.. Mar. 9, 1902

W.. George Randolph Memphis June 8, 1902 Frank S. Elgin.. Memphis June 28, 1902 Texas, N. Wm. H. Atwell.... Dallas

June 19, 1902| George H. Green ..... Dallas

Feb. 19, 1903
S.

Marcus C. McLemore. Galveston.... Feb. 27, 1903||Calvin G. Brewster Galveston... June 27, 1906
E.
James W. Ownby .... Paris.. ... July 1, 1902A.J. Houston.. Paris..

May 26, 1902
W Charles A. Boynton.. Waco

June 19, 1906Eugene Nolte. San Antonio... Mar. 4, 1906 Utah.

Hiram E. Booih..... Salt Lake City... June 27, 1906 William Spry.. Salt Lake City... Jan. 30, 1906 Vermont Alexander Duunett.. St. Johnsbury. Oct. 20, 1906|Horace W. Bailey. Rutland

Nov. 17, 1903 Virginia, E.. Lunsford L. Lewis... Richmond... Jan. 9, 1906 Morgan Treat Richmond. Mar. 20, 1902 W... Thomas Lee Moore Roanoke

Feb. 1, 1902||S. Brown Allen.. Harrisonburg. Mar. 20, 1902 Washington, E. A. Geo. Avery.... Spokane.. Apr. 6, 1905||Geo. H. Baker.... Spokane....

Apr. 6, 1905
W. Potter C. Sullivan Seattle
June 1, 1906||Chas. B. Hopkins Tacoma

Mar. 3, 1902 W. Virginia, N. R. Blizzard .. Parkersburg. Dec. 17, 1901||C. D. Elliott....

Parkersburg

Dec, 17, 1901 S. Elliott Northcott.. Huntington.. Apr. 19, 1905 Frank D. Tyree.. Charleston Dce. 17, 1905 Wisconsin, E... H. K. Butterfield Milwaukee Apr. 22, 1901||Thomas B. Řeid...

Milwaukee ..

June 15, 1902 W.. Wm. G. Wheeler.... Madison.. Jan. 11, 1901 Charles Lewiston Madison.. Feb. 4, 1904 Wyoming ...... Timothy F. Burke.. JCheyenne Jan. 20, 1903||Frank A. Hadsell ... ICheyenne. Jan, 20, 1903

N., Northern; S., Southern ; E., Eastern ; W., Western; M., Middle; C., Central.

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United States Military Academy at West Point.

Each Senator, Congressional District, and Territory-also the District of Columbia, Porto Rico and Alaska-is entitled to have one cadet at the Academiy. There are also forty appointments at large, speciariy conferred by the President of the United States. The number of students is thus limited to 523.

Appointments are usually made one year in advance of date bf admission, by the Secretary of War, upon the nomination of the Senator or Representative. These nominations may either be made after competitive examination or given direct, at the option of the Representative. The Representalive may nominate two legally qualified second candidates, to be designated alternates. The alternates will receive from the War Department a letter of appointment, and will be examined with the regular appointee, and the best qualified will be admitted to the Academy in the event of the failure of the principal to pass the prescribed preliminary examinations. Appointees to the Military Academy must be between seventeen and twenty-two years of age, free from any infirmity which may render them unfit for military service, and able to pass a careful examination in reading, writing, spelling, English grammar, English composition, English literature, arithmetic, algebra through quadratic equations, plane geometry, descriptive geography and the elements of physical geography, especially the geography of the United States, United States history, the outlines of general history, and the general principles of physiology and hygiene; or in lieu thereof to submit a certificate of graduation from a public high school or State Normal school, or a certificate tbat the candidate is a regular student of an incorporated college or university.

The course of instruction, which is quite thorough, requires four years, and is largely mathematical and professional. The principal subjects taught are mathematics, English, French, drawing, drill regulations of all arms of the service, natural and experimental philosophy,chemistry, chemical physics, mineralogy, geology, electricity, history, international, constitutional, and military law, Spanish, civil and military engineering, art and science of war, and ordnance and gunnery. About onefourth of those appointed usually fail to pass the preliminary examinations, and

but little over one-half the remainder are finally graduated. The discipline is very strict-even more so than in the army-and the enforcement of penalties for offences is inflexible rather than severe. Academic duties begin September 1 and continue until June 1. Examinations are held in each December 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 this is granted at the expiration of the first two years. The pay of a cadet is $609.50 per year, and, with proper economy, is sufficient for his support. The number of students at the Academy is usually about four hundred and seventy.

Upon graduating cadets are commissioned as second lieutenants in the United States Army. The whole number of graduates from 1802 to 1906, inclusive, has been 4,530. It is virtually absolutely necessary for a person seeking an appointment to apply to his Senator or Memberof Congress. The appointments by the President are usually restricted to sons of officers of the army and navy, who, by reason of their shifting residence, due to the necessities of the service, find it next to impossible to obtain an appointment otherwise. The Superintendent is Colonel Hugh L. Scott, U. S. A., and the military and academic staff consists of 97 persons. Capt. Frank W. Coe, Artillery Corps, is adjutant.

United States Naval Academy at Annapolis. The students of the Naval Academy are called Midshipmen. Two Midshipmen are allowed for each Senator, Representative, and Delegate in Congress, two for the District of Columbia, and five each year from the United States at large. The appointments from the District of Columbia and five each year at large are made by the President. One Midshipman is allowed from Porto Rico, who must be a native of that island. The appointment is made by the President, on the recommendation of the Governor of Porto Rico, The Congressional appointments are equitably distributed, so that as soon as practicable each Senator, Representative, and Delegate in Congress may appoint one Midshipman during each Congress. The course for Midshipmen is six years--four years at the Academy, when the succeeding appointment is made, and two years at sea, at the expiration of which time the examination for graduation takes place. Midshipmen who pass the examination for final graduation are appointed to fill vacancies in the lower grade of the Line of the Navy, in the order of merit as determined by the Academic Board of the Naval Academy. The act of June 29, 1906, prescribes that the Secretary of the Navy shall as soon as possible after June 1 of each year preceding the graduation of midshipmen in the succeeding year, notify in writing each Senator, Representative, and Delegate in Congress of any vacancy that will exist at the Naval Academy because of such graduation, and which he shall be entitled to fill by nomination of a candidate and one or more alternates therefor. The nomination of a candidate and alternate or alternates to fill said vacancy shall be made upon the recommendation of the Senator, Representative, or Delegate, if such recommendation is made by March

4 of the year following that in which said notice in writing is given, but if it is not made by that time the Secretary of the Navy shall fill the vacancy by appointment of an actual resident of the State, Congressional District, or Territory, as the case may be, in which the vacancy will exist, who shall have been for at least two years immediately

preceding the date of his appointment an actual and bona fide resident of the State, Congressional District, or Territory in which the vacancy

will exist, and of the legal qualification under the law as now provided. Candidates allowed for Congressional Districts, for Territories, and for the District of Columbia must be actual residents. Candidates at the time of their examination must be physically sound, well formed, and of robust constitution. Attention will also be paid to the stature of the candidate, and no one manifestly under size for his age will be received at the Academy. The height of candidates for admission shall not be less than 5 feet 2 inches between the ages of 16 and 18 years, and not less than 5 feet 4 inches between the ages of 18 and 20 years; and the minimum weight at 16 years of age shall be 100 pounds, with an increase of not less than 5 pounds for each additional year or fraction of a year over one-half. Any marked deviation in the relative height and weight to the age of a candidate will add materially to the consideration for rejection. Candidates must be unmarried, and any Midshipman who shall marry, or who shall be found to be married, before his final graduation, shall be dismissed from the service. All candidates must, at the time of their examination for admission, be between the ages of 16 and 20 years. The pay of a Midshipman is $500, beginning at the date of admission. The regulations regarding places and times of examinations and subjects of examinations may be obtained by addressing the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department, Washington, D.O.

The Army.

GENERAL STAFF OF THE ARMY.

Brigadier-General J. Franklin Bell, Chief of Staff.
Brigadier-General Thomas H. Barry,

Brigadier-General Arthur Murray.
COLONELS.

MAJORS-Continued.
Enoch H. Crowder, Judge- Advocate-General's

William W. Gibson, Ordnance Department.

David Du B. Gaillard, Corps of Engineers.
Department.
George S. Anderson, 1st Cavalry.

Charles Lynch, Medical Department.
Ramsay D. Potts, Artillery Corps.

CAPTAINS.
James T. Kerr, Military Secretary's Department. James K. Thompson, 15th Infantry.

Stephen L'H. Slocum, 8th Cavalry.
LIEUTENANT-COLONELS.

William M. Wright, 2d Infantry.
John G. D. Knight, Corps of Engineers.

Charles H. Muir, 2d Infantry. William W. Wotherspoon, 19th Infantry

James H. McRae, 3d Infantry. Smith S. Leach, Corps of Engineers.

Julius A. Penn, 7th Infantry. Thaddeus W. Jones, 8th Cavalry.

Ulysses G. McAlexander, 13th Infantry. Albert S. Cummins, Artillery Corps.

Michael J. Lenihan, 25th Infantry.

George W. Read, 9th Cavalry.
MAJORS,

Grote Hutcheson, 6th Cavalry.
George W. Goethals, Corps of Engineers.

Sydney A. Cloman, 23d Infantry. William A. Mann, 14th Infantry.

Robert E. L. Michie, 12th Cavalry. Millard F. Waltz, 16th Infantry.

Cornélis De W. Willcox, Artillery Corps. Carroll A. Devol, Quartermaster's Department, Charles T. Menoher, Artillery Corps. Eben Swift, 12th Cavalry.

Peyton C. March, Artillery Corps. Samuel Reber, Signal Corps.

John W. Furlong, 6th Cavalry. Henry L. Ripley, 8th Cavalry.

Ralph H. Van Deman, 21st Infantry. Erasmus M. Weaver, Artillery Corps,

George H. Shelton, 11th Infantry. Francis J. Kernan, 25th Infantry.

William Chamberlaine, Artillery Corps.

GENERAL OFFICERS OF THE LINE. Lieutenant-General Arthur MacArthur..... Pacific Division

San Francisco, Gal.
Major-General..... James F. Wade. Atlantic Division.

New York City.
Leonard Wood..... Philippines Division

Manila, P. I.
..John F. Weston........ Department of Luzon..

Manila, P. I.
.......Frederick D. Grant: Department of the East.... New York City.
Adolphus W. Greely... Northern Division

Chicago, Ill.
..Jesse M. Lee... Department of the Visayas.. Iloilo, P. I.
Brigadier-General..J. Franklin Bell. ......Chief of Staff,.

Washington, D. C.
..Frederick Funston... Southwestern Division.... St. Louis, Mo.
..Theodore J. Wint...... Army of Cuban Pacification.. Havana, Cuba.

William H. Carter.... Department of the Lakes. Chicago, Ill.
..Tasker H. Bliss..... Department of Mindanao. ..Zamboanga, P. I,

Thomas H. Barry President of War College. Washington, D.C.
* William S. McCaskey.. Department of Texas..

..San Antonio, Tex.
Albert L. Mills.

Manila, P. I. (Unassigned)
..Constant Williams.... Department of the Colorado.. Denver, Col.
.Winfield S. Edgerly...

Wash., D.C. (Unassigned]
William P. Duvall..... Department of the Gulf. Atlanta, Ga.
.John W. Bubb.. Department of Dakota..

St. Paul, Minn.
..Stephen P. Jocelyn....Department of the Columbia. Vancouver B'ks, Wash.
Walter T. Duggan.......

Manila, P. I. [Unassigned] ...John J. Pershing..

..Manila, P.I. (Unassigned]
CHIEFS OF STAFF CORPS AND BUREAUS OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT.
Major-General. ....Fred. C. Ainsworth. ... The Military Secretary Washington, D. C.
Brigadier-General.. William P. Hall....... Military Secretary.

Washington, D. C.
..Ernest A. Garlington Inspector-General.

Washington, D. C.
George B. Davis... ..Judge- Advocate-General.. Washington, D. C.
..Charles F. Humphrey. Quartermaster-General. Washington, D. C.
..Henry G. Sharpe......Commissary-General.

Washington, D. C.
.. Robert M. O'Reilly.... Surgeon-General

Washington, D. C.
..Culver C. Sniffen ...... Paymaster-General

Washington, D. C.
..Alexander Mackenzie.Chief of Engineers.

Washington, D. C.
.. William Crozier .Chief of Ordnance.

Washington, D. C.
..James Allen...... .Chief Signal Officer

Washington, D. C.
RETIREMENTS OF GENERALS ON THE ACTIVE LIST.
The following are the dates of the future retirements of Generals on the active list: Major-General
Jesse M. Lee, January 2, 1907; Brigadier-General Constant Williams, May 25, 1907; Brigadier
General Stephen B. Jocelyn, March 1, 1907: Brigadier-General Walter T. Duggan, April 11, 1907:
Major-General James F. Wade, April 14, 1907; Brigadier-General John W. Bubb, April 26, 1907;
Brigadier-General William S. McCaskey October 2, 1907: Major-General Adolphus W. Greely,
March 27, 1908; Chief of Engineers Alexander Mackenzie, May 25, 1908: Quartermaster-General
Charles F. Humphrey, September 2, 1908; Surgeon-General Robert M. O'Reilly, January 14, 1909;
Brigadier-General Theodore J. Wint, March 6, 1909; Lieutenant-General Arthur MacArthur, June
2, 1909: Major-General John F. Weston. November 13, 1909; Brigadier-General Winfield S. Edgerly,
May, 29. 1910; Brigadier-General William P. Duvall, January 13, 1911; Judge- Advocate-General
George B. Davis, February 14, 1911: Brigadier-General William P. Hall, June 11, 1912; Chief Signal
Officer James Allen, February 13. 1913; Major-General Frederick D. Grant, May 30, 1914; Chief of
Artillery Arthur Murray, April

20,1915; Brigadier-General William H. Carter, November 19, 1915; The Military Secretary, Fred, C. Ainsworth, September 11, 1916; Inspector General Ernest 4. Gare lington, February 20,1917; Brigadier-General Tasker H. Bliss, December 31,1917; Brigadler-General Albert L. Mills, May 7, 1918; Chief of Ordnance William Crozier, February 19, 1919; BrigadierGeneral Thomas H. Barry, October 13, 1919; Brigadier-General' J. Franklin Bell, January 9, 1920; Commissary-General Henry G. Sharpe, April 30, 1922; Brigadier-General John J. Pershing, September 13, 1934; Major-General Leonard 'Wood, October 9, 1924; Brigadier-General Frederick Funston, November 9, 1929.

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GENERAL OFFICERS ON THE RETIRED LIST AND YEAR OF RETIREMENT, Abbot, Henry L.... 1895..B.G..Cambridge, Mass. Davis, Charles L.... 1903..B.G...Schenectady, N. Y. Adams, Henry H...1905.. ..Plattsburg, N. Y. Davis, Edward......1905... Honolulu, H. T. Alexander, Chas, T..1897.. .. Washington, D. C. Davis, George W...1903..M.G.. Washington, D. C. Alexander, W.L....1905.. ..Pasadena, Cal. Davis, Wirt,.... ..1901...B.G.. Washington, D. C. Allen, Charles J ....1904.. Washington, DC De Russy, I. D.....1902.. " ... New York City. Anderson, Thos. M.. 1899.. ..Portland, Ore. De Witt, Calvin..... 1903.. " ... Honolulu, H. I. Andrews, Geo. L...1892.. .. Washington, D.C. Dimmick, Eug. D...1903.. ... Washington, D. C. Andruss, E. Van A.. 1902.. " .Brooklyn, N. Y. Dodge, Francis S... 1906. .. Washington, D. C. Atwood, Edwin B. 1903.. Chicago, Ill. Dougherty, Wm. E..1904.. Fruitvale, Cal, Auman, William ...1902.. 6 ..Santa Barbara, Cal. Drum, R. C...

... 1889.. "

...Bethesda, Md. Babcock, John B....1903.. ..Ballston Spa, N.Y. Dudley, N. A. M...1889.. ..Roxbury, Mass. Bailey, Clarence M.. 1899.. "

..Chicago, Ill. Dunwoody, H. H.C..1904.. Washington, D. C. Baily, Elisha I. .....1888.. "

..East Oakland, Cal. Eagan, Charles P.... 1900 ... New York City. Baird, George W... 1903.. " ..New York City. Ennis, William..... 1905... " ..Newport, R.I. Baldwin, Frank D..1906.. " .. Boulder, Col. Erust, Oswald H...1906.. .. Washington, D.O. Baldwin,Theo..A..1903.. ..Catoosa Sp'gs, Ga. Ewers, Ezra P......1801.. ..Owenton, Ky Barlow, John W...1901... " ...New London, Ct. Farley, Joseph P.... 1903.. Ft. Monroe, Van Barr, Thomas F....1901.. " ... Boston, Mass. Forbes, Theodore F..1903.. ... New York City.. Barriger, John W..1896..

..Asbury Park, N.J. Forwood, Wm. H. .1902.. " ... Washington, D.C. Bates, Alfred E.....1904..M.G... Washington, D. C. Fountain, s.W...., 1905.. ...Devon, Pa. Bates, John C.......1906..L.G.. Washington, D.C. Frank, Royal T. ..1899.. ... Washington, D. C. Beck, William H...1905..B.G..Colorado Spgs.,Col. Freeman, Henry B.. 1901.. ... Douglas, Wyo. Bell, George... ..1892.. " ... Washington, D. C. Furey, John V.

...Brooklyn, N. Y. Bell, James M......1901.. " ... New London, Ct. Gibson, Horatio G. .1891.. “ .. Washington, D. C. Biddle, James....... 1896.. .. Washington, D. C. Gillespie, George L...1905..M.G..New York City. Bingham, Judson D. 1895.. ".

..Philadelphia, Pa. Gilmore, John C....1901..B.G..Washington, D.C. Bingham Theo. A..1904.. ..New York City. Girard, Alfred C.....1905... " .. Pres. of Mont.Cal. Bird, Charles. ....... 1902.. .. Wilmington, Del. Goodale, G. A........1903.. ... Wakefield, Mass. Birkhimer, Wm. E..1906.. .. Washington, D. C. Gordon, David s....1896.. .. Piedmont, Cal. Bisbee, William H..1902.. ... New York City. Graham, W.M... .1898... Brooklyn, N. Y. Blunt, Matthew M. .1894.. ..Fort Terry, N. Y Greenleaf, Chas. R. 1902.. " .. London, Eng. Bowman, A. H......1903.. ... Washington, D. C. Grierson, B. H.......1890.. ...Jacksonville, Ill. Bradley, Luther P..1886.. ..Tacoma, Wash. Guenther, F. L......1902.. .. New York City. Breck, Samuel......1897.. " ... Brookline, Mass. Hains, Peter C......1904.. " ... Washington, Þ. C. Breckinridge, J.C... 1903...M.G..London, Eng. Hall, Robert H..... 1901.. " ... Buffalo, N. Y. Brooke, John R..... 1902.. ... Rosemont, Pa. Harbach, Abram A. 1902.. ..Rochester, N. Y. Brown, 'Justus M...1903..B. G...Hackensack, N. J. Hardin, M. D......1870.. ..Chicago, Ill. Buchanan, Jas. A...1906., Washington, D. C. Hartsuff, Albert....1901.. " .Detroit, Mich. Buffington, A. R. ...1901.. " ..Madison, N. J. Hasbrouck, H. C.... 1903.. ..Newburgh, N. Y. Bullis, John L...... 1905.. "

..San Antonio, Tex. Haskell, Harry L..1904.. " San Diego, Cal. Burbank, James B..1902.. ..New York City. Haskin, William L. 1903.. " Elmira, N. Y. Burke, Daniel W....1899.. " .. Portland, Ore. Hathaway, F. H....1904.. ..Portland, Ore. Burt, Andrew S..... 1902.. Washington, D. C. Hawkins, H. S.....1898.. .. Washington, D. C. Burton, George H..1906.. " ... Redlands, Cal. Hawkins, John P..1894.. Indianapolis, Ind. Butler, John G.....1904.. " .. Washington, D. C. Hayes, Edward M.1903.. Washington, D. C. Byrne, Charles C.... 1901.. .. London, England Head, John F.......1885.. .. Washington, D.C. Califf, Joseph M.... 1906.. ..Towanda, Pa. Heap, David P. ..1905. .. Pasadena, Cal. Carey, Asa B... .1899.. ... Orlando, Fla. Heger, Anthony...1892.. New York City. Carlton, Caleb H....1897.. 46 .. Washington, D.C. Hennisee, A. G.....1903.. .San Diego, Cal. Carpenter, L. H....1899.. " ...Philadelphia, Pa. Hobbs, Charles W..1903.. Wasbington, D. C. Carr, Camillo C. C..1906.. .London, England. Hodges, Henry C...1895. Buffalo, N. Y. Carr, Eugene A.....1893.. ... Washington, D. C. Holabird, S. B... 1890.. Washington, D. C. Carrington, H. B....1870.. ...Hyde Park, Mass. Hood, Charles C.... 1902.. " ..Philadelphia, Pa. Carroll, Henry......1899... ...Colorado Spgs. Col. Hooton, Mott....... 1902.. ..So. Wyndham, Me. Catlin, Isaac S... ....1870.. ..Apalachin, N.Y. Hough, Alfred L...1890.. " ..Princeton, N. J. Chaffee, Adna R....1906.... G..Los Angeles, Cal. Howard, Oliver 0..1894..M.G..Burlington, Vt. Chance, Jesse C. ...1903..B. G..Fremont, Ohio. Hubbell, Henry W.1905..B.G..Thomps' v'le,N.Y. Chandler, John G... 1894.. " ... Los Angeles, Cal. Huggins, Eli L.....1903.. " ..Berkely, Cal. Cleary, Peter J.A...1903.. “ ...Chattanooga, Tenn Hughes, Robert P. 1903..M.G..New Haven, Ct. Closson, H. W...... 1896.. Washington, D. C. Hyde, John McE...1904..B.G..London, Eng. Clous, John W..

..1901.. " ... New York City. Irwin, B. J. D......1894.. " ..Chicago, Ill. Coates, Edwin M...1900.. .. Philadelphia, Pa. Jackson, Henry.... 1901.. ..Leavenworth,Kan. Comba, Richard.. ..1901.. ..San Francisco, Cal. Jones, Wm. A...... 1905.. ..Nassa wadox, Va, Compton, Chas. E...1899.. .. Hollywood, Cal Kellogg, Edgar R...1899.. Toledo, Ohio. Comstock, Cyrus B..1895. ".. New York City. Kent, Jacob F...

Watervliet, N. Y. Cook, Henry C......1898.. ..Fall River, Mass. Kimball, Amos S..1902.. Washington, D.C. Cooke, Lorenzo W.1906.. " ..San Diego, Cal. Kline, Jacob........1904.. ..Newp'rt News, Va. Coolidge, Chas. A...1903. Detroit, Mich. Kobbe, William A... 1904..M.G..Pasadena, Cal. Cooney, Michael.....1899.. Washington, D. C. Kress, John A...... 1903..B.G..St. Louis, Mo. Cooper, Charles L...1903.. ...Denver, Col. Langdon, Loomis L. 1894.. " ..Brooklyn, N. Y. Coppinger, J. J.... 1898.. " Washington, D. C. Lazelle, Henry M. 1894.. " .. Boston, Mass. Corbin, Henry C.... 1906..L. G..Washington, D. C. Leary, Peter, Jr....1904.. .Baltimore, Md. Corliss, Aug. w....1901.. " .. Denver, Col. Lebo, Thomas C....1904.. .Albuquerque, N.M. Coxe, Frank M..... 1904.. ..San Francisco, Cal. Lee, James G. C.... 1900.. ..Ft. S. Houston, Tex Craighill, W. P......1897.. ...Charlest'wn, w.Va Lieber, G. Norman.. 1901.. .. Washington, D.C. Craigie, David J.....1903.. ... Washington, D. C. Lincoln, Sumner H.19 2.. ..Fern Bank, Ohio. Daggett, Aaron $...1901. B. G...Stamford to Lodor, Richard.....1896.. ..New York City.

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Long, Oscar F......1904..B.G.. Piedmont, Cal. Sanger, Joseph P....1904..M.G.. Washington, D.C.
Ludington, M. I....1903..M.G..Skaneateles, N. Y. Sanno, James M.J..1903...B. G...Ft. L'yenw'th, Kas
McGinness, John R.1904..B, G..Norfolk, Va. Sawtelle, C.G.......1897... .. Washington, D, C.
McClellan, John.... 1906.. " ..Coronado, Cal. Saxton, Rufus.......1888.. " ..Washington, D. C.
Magruder, D. L.....1889.. .Philadelphia, Pa. Schwan, Theodore.. 1901.. Washington, D. C.
Mansfield, S.M......1903.. ..Boston, Mass. Scully, James W....1900.. " ..Atlanta, Ga.
Matile, Leon A.....1903.. Washington, D.C. Shaler, Charles...... 1905.. ..Indianapolis, Ind.
McCrea, Tully. ....1903.. Havana, Cuba. Sheridan, M. V...... 1902... .. Washington, D. C.
McGregor, Thomas. 1901.. .Benicia, Cal. Sickles, Daniel E., ..1869 .M.G..New York City.
McKibbin, Cham...1902.. " Washington, D.C. Simpson, John......1902. B.G..Pasadena, Cal.
Merriam, Henry C..1903..M.G..Washington, D.C. Simpson, M. D. L... 1888.. " ., Riverside, Ill.
Merrill, Abner 1..1906..B.G.. New York City. Smith, Allen........1905.." ..Ft. Wright, Wash.
Merritt, Wesley....1900..M.G.. Washington, D.C. Smith, Frank G.....1903... 46 ...Washington, D.C.
Miles, Evan ..... .1899..B.G..Colville, Wash. Smith, Jacob H..... 1902... ..Ann Arbor, Mich.
Miles, Nelson A...,1903..L. G..Boston, Mass. Smith, Jared A..... 1903.. ...Cleveland, Ohio.
Miller, Crosby P....1906..B.G..Berkeley, Cal. Smith, Joseph R....1895.. .Philadelphia, Pa.
Miller, James....... 1903.. ..Boston, Mass. Smith, Rodney ....1893.. ...St. Paul, Minn.
Miller, M. P........1899.. Ft. Barramas, Fla. Smith, William.. .1895... ..P'lh'm M'n'r, N.Y
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Pa. Mills, Samuel M....1906.. New York City. Stanton, William...1906.. 66 .. London, Eng. Miner, Charles W..1903.. ..Columbus, Ohio. Sternberg, Geo. M..1902... " ..Washiugton, D. C. Mizner, Henry R...1891.. Detroit, Mich. Story, John P...

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Washington, D.C. Moale, Edward.... 1902.. .Oakland, Cal, Sullivan, Thos. C ... 1897.. .Troy, Ohio. Moore, Francis....,1905.. ..New York City.

Summers, John E...1886..." .. Atlantic City, N.J. Moore, John.........1890.. .. Washington, D. C. Sumner, É. Y.......1899... . Syracuse, N. Y. Mordecai, Alfred..1904.. Washington, D. C. Sumner, Samuel S.. 1906. M.G... Syracuse, N. Y. Morgan, M. R. .1897.. “...St. Paul, Minn. Suter, Chas. R. .. 1905...B.G..Roxbury, N. Y. Murray, Robert ....1886... ...Chestnut Hill, Pa. Taylor, Asher C.....1903.. .. Washington, D.C. Myrick, John R.....1903... Venice, Italy. Taylor, Frank.... .1905.. .Seattle, Wash. Noyes, Henry E....1901... ...San Diego, Cal Thompson, J. M..... 1903... .Salt L. City, Utah. O'Connell, John J...1904... ..Washington, D.0. Thorp, Frank.......1906.. .. Washington, D.C. Osterhaus, Peter J..1905.. ..Duisburg, Ger. Tiernon, John L..... 1903.. ... Buffalo, N. Y. Otis, Elwell s.......1902...M.G..Rochester, N. Y. Tilford, Joseph G...1891. Ft. Riley, Kans. Ovenshine, S........1899..B.G...Washington, D. C. Tompkins, Chas. H. 1894 .. Washington, D.C. Page, John H.......1903... West Point, N. Y. Townsend, E. F... ..1895.. Washington, D. C. Parker, Daingerli'd.1896.. ..Venice, Italy. True, Theo. E...

.Los Angeles, Cal. Patterson, J. H.... 1899.. .Albany, N. Y. Turrill, Henry S.. ..1906.. ...New York City. Penney, Chas. G ....1903.. " ..Nordhoff, Cal. Van Horne, W. M. 1901.. " ..Austin, Ill. Pennington. A.C.M..1899.. New York City. Van Voast, James. . 1883.. ..Cincinnati, Ohio. Pennypacker, Gal...1883.. ...Philadelphia, Pa. Viele, Charles D....1900.. Los Angeles, Cal. Perry, Alex. Í.

.. Washington, D. C. Vincent, Thos. M...1896.. 66 Washington, D. C. Perry, David........1898.. .. Washington, D. C. Vogdes, Anthony W.1904.. .San Diego, Cal. Pitman, John....... 1906... Haskell, N.J. Vroom, Peter D..... 1903., ...New York City. Powell, C. F

..St. Paul, Minn. Ward, H.C... 1906.. Worcester, Mass. Pratt, Richard H...1903.. .. Denver, Col.

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Rochester, N. Y. Pratt, Sedgwick.....1906.. ..San Francisco, Cal. Wells, Almond B... 1903.. ...Geneva, N. Y. Price D.........1906.. " ..Washington, D.C. Wesse H. W. ,Jr. 1901.. ...Washington, D. C. Quinton, William. ,1902.. ... New York City. Wheaton, Loyd. .... 1902...M.G...Chicago, Ill. Randall, George M..1905..M.G..Cheyenne, Wyo. Wheelan, James N..1901..B.G..New York City. Randolph, Wal. F.. 1904... " Washington, D. C. Wheeler, Dan'l D..1903.. ..Fredericksb'g, Va. Rawles, Jacob B.....1903. B.G..San Francisco, Cal. Wherry, Wm. M...1899.. ...Cincinnati, Ohio. Ray, P. Henry...... 1906.. Buffalo, N, Y. Whitall, s. R. ....... 1906.. ..(trosse Isle, Mich. Raymond, Chas. W.1904.. New York City. Whittemore, J, M..1900.. New Haven, Ct. Reed, Henry A..... 1906.. " San Juan, P. R. Wilcox, TimothyE..1904.. ..Washington, D. C. Reilly, James W....1903... " Washington, D. C. Willcox, 0. B.......1887.. ...Cobourg, Canada. Robe, Charles F..... 1903... ...San Diego, Cal. Williston, Edw. B. 1900.. .. Washington, D.C. Robert, Henry M...1901.. 16

Philadelphia, Pa. Wilson, Chas, I.....1901 ..New York City. Roberts, Benj. K.....1905.. " . Washington, D.C. Wilson, James H...1901.. " ... Wilmington, Del. Roberts, Cyrus S....1903.. ...Lakeville, Ct. Wilson, John M.....1901... 66 ... Washington, D.C. Robinson, Frank U .1905... " ...Chicago, Ill. Wood, Henry C.....1896.. .New York City. Rochester, W. B. ..1890.. .. Washington, D.C. Wood, Palmer G.... 1906.. ..Havana, Cuba. Rodenbough, T. F.,1870.. ..New York City. Woodhull, A. A.....1901.. ..Princeton, N.J. Rodgers, John I.. ...1902.. ...Quebec, Can. Woodruff, Carle A..1903.. ... Raleigh, N. C. Rodney, George B.. 1903., ...San Francisco, Cal. Woodruff, Chas, A..1903.. ..Berkeley, Cal. Rogers, William P. .1903... Washington, D.C. Woodward, G.A....1879.. Washington, D.C. Rucker, D. H.......1882.. Washington, D. C. Woodward, S. L....1904.. ...St. Louis, Mo. Ruger, Thos, H......1897. .M.G... Stamford, Ct. Young, S. B. M......1904. L.G.. Washington, D.C.

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ORGANIZATION OF THE ARMY. * The army in active service as now organized under the act of Congress of February 2, 1901, comprises 15 regiments of cavalry, 750 officers and 13,020 enlisted men; an artillery corps, 30 bat. teries of field artillery and 126 companies of coast artillery, 651 officers and 18,166 enlisted men; 30 regiments of infantry, 1,500 officers and 25,649 enlisted men; 3 battalions

of engineers, 1,294 enlisted men, commanded by officers detailed from the corps of engineers; staff corps, Military Academy, Indian scouts, recruits, etc. , 4,387 enlisted men; also a provisional force consisting of one regiment in Porto Rico, 31 officers and 554 native enlisted men, and 50 companies of rative scouts in the Philippines, 116 officers and about 5,000 enlisted men. The total number of commissioned officers, staff and line, on the active list, is 3,869, and the total enlisted strength, staff and line, is 62,516, exclusive of the provisional force and the hospital corps. The act cited provides that the total enlisted strength of the army shall not exceed at any

one time 100,000. * For Military Divisions and Departments, see page 431.

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