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'GENERAL ORDERS,

WAR DEPARTMENT,
No. 5.

WASHINGTON, January 12, 1905. In accordance with the provisions of General Orders, No. 4, January 11, 1905, War Department, campaign badges of the patterns in the office of the Quartermaster General will be issued as follows:

(a) Spanish campaign badge: To be issued to officers and enlisted men who served ashore in the Island of Cuba between May 11, 1898, and July 17, 1898; in the Island of Porto Rico between July 24, 1898, and August 13, 1898, or in the Philippine Islands between June 30, 1898, and August 16, 1898.

(6). Philippine campaign badge: To be issued to officers and enlisted men who served ashore in the Philippine Islands between February 4, 1899, and July 4, 1902, or in the Department of Mindanao between February 4, 1899, and July 15, 1903.

(c) China campaign badge: To be issued to officers and enlisted men who served ashore in China with the Pekin Relief Espedition between June 20, 1900, and May 27, 1901.

Lists of officers and enlisted men entitled to these badges will be forwarded to The Military Secretary of the Army, as directed in General Orders, No. 4, January 11, 1905, War Department. Separate lists will be made for each badge in the accompanying form. [962064, M. S. 0.] BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:

ADNA R. CHAFFEE,

Lieutenant General, Chief of Staff. OFFICIAL: F. C. AINSWORTH,

The Military Secretary.

JHIN i teca

List of officers and enlisted men of Company K, 44th Infantry,

entitled to the Spanish campuign badge.

When badge was earned.

Name.

Present

rank.

Rank.

Served in Organization, between what

dates.

*Cuba, Porto Rico, or the Philippines. I certify that the above-named oficers and men of this organization are entitled to the Spanish campaign badge for service as indicated.

Officers to be named in order of rank; enlisted men follow in alphabetical order.

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GENERAL ORDERS,

WAR DEPARTMENT,
No. 6.

WASHINGTON, January 13, 1905. Before a general court-martial which convened at Fort Sheridan, Illinois, pursuant to Special Orders, No. 52, Department of the Lakes, March 31, 1904, and of which Colonel WALTER T. DUGGAN, 1st Infantry, was president, and 1st Lieutenant JAMES M. KIMBROUGH, jr., 27th Infantry, judge advocate, was arraigned and tried

Captain John W. L. Phillips, 27th Infantry. CHARGE 1.—“ Conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentle

man, in violation of the 61st Article of War." Specification 1st—“ In this that he, Captain John W. L.

Phillips, 27th U. S. Infantry, having transferred his salary vouchers for the month of October, 1903, amounting to hundred and eighty dollars ($180.00), to one Louis Silverman, of New York City, on the 31st day of that month, did, on the 15th day of November, 1903, transfer duplicates of said vouchers for the same month and for a like amount, viz: one hundred and eighty dollars, to the First

National Bank of Plattsburg, New York.” Specification 2d—“In this that he, Captain John W. L.

Phillips, 27th U. S. Infantry, having transferred his salary vouchers for the month of November, 1903, amounting to one hundred and eighty dollars, to one S. M. Janney, did, on or about the 4th day of December, 1903, present, or cause to be presented for settlement to the chief paymaster, Department of the East, at New York City, N. Y., duplicates of said vouchers for the same month and for a like amount, viz: one hundred and eighty dollars, indorsed as follows, to wit: 'November 30, 1903. Place to my credit with the First National Bank of Plattsburg, N. Y. J. W. L. Phillips, Capt. 27th Inf’y.'”

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Specification 3d—“In that Captain John W. L. Phillips,

27th U. S. Infantry, having, on the 30th day of January, 1904, transferred his pay account and claim for pay in full for the month of January, 1904, to one Samuel M. Janney, of New York City, did, on the first day of February, 1904, transfer similar vouchers for the same month of January, 1904, to one Louis Silverman, of 140 Nassau Street, New York City, he, the said Captain John W. L. Phillips, well knowing at the time he made such assignment that the second

account and claim was false and fraudulent." Specification 4th—“In that Captain John W. L. Phillips,

27th U. S. Infantry, having made and executed in due form his certain pay account as an officer in the Army for the month of October, 1903, and having assigned the said account to Louis Silverman, of New York City, thereby parting with all title and interest therein, and, without having redeemed the same, and while it remained in full force and effect, did falsely certify with his official signature to the correctness of another official pay account, for the pay for the said month of October, 1903, duly made and executed, which certificate was in words as follows: 'I certify that the amount charged in the

foregoing account is correct and just.'” Specification 5th—“In that Captain John W. L. Phillips,

27th ('. S. Infantry, having made and executed in due form his certain pay account as an officer of the Army for the month of November, 1903, and having assigned the said account to Samuel M. Janney, of New York City, thereby parting with all title and interest therein, and, without having redeemed the same, and while it remained in full force and effect, did falsely certify with his official signature to the correctness of another official pay account, for the pay of the said month of November, 1903, duly made and executed, which certificate was in words as follows: 'I certify that the amount charged in the foregoing account is correct and just.'”

Specification 6th—“In that Captain John W. L. Phillips,

27th U. S. Infantry, having made and executed in due form his certain pay account as an officer in the Army for the month of January, 1904, and having duly assigned the said account to S. M. Janney, thereby parting with all individual title and interest therein, and without having redeemed the same, and while it remained in full force and effect, did falsely certify with his official signature to the correctness of another official pay account for pay for the said month of January, 1904, duly made, executed and assigned to Louis Silverman, which said certificate was in words as follows: 'I certify that the amount charged in the foregoing account is correct and just.' This at New York, on or about February 1,

1904." CHARGE II.-“ Violation of the 60th Article of War." Specification 1st_“In that Captain John W. L. Phillips,

27th U. S. Infantry, having duly executed and transferred his account and claim for pay as an officer of the Army of the United States, for the month of October, 1903, to Louis Silverman, of New York City, did, nevertheless, subsequently make transfer to the First National Bank of Plattsburg, N. Y., a second and duplicate account and claim for pay as an officer of the United States Army, for the same month, and for the same amount, he, the said Captain John W. L. Phillips, well knowing that the said claim was

false and fraudulent." Specification 2d—“In that Captain John W. L. Phillips,

27th U. S. Infantry, having duly executed and transferred his account and claim for pay as an officer of the Army of the United States, for the month of November, 1903, to S. M. Janney, of New York City, did, nevertheless, subsequently make and present, or cause to be presented to the chief paymaster, Department of the East, on or about the 4th day of December, 1903, a second and duplicate account and claim for pay as

an officer of the United States Army, for the same month, and for the same amount,

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