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WAGON ROAD-

G. O.
Alaska fund for..

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Survey for, from Valdez to Fort Egbert, Alaska

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WAGONS-
Field allowance of escort

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WAIST BELTS
Certain, to be replaced by new belts....

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WALL LOCKERS-
Instructions as to

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WALTER REED UNITED STATES ARMY GENERAL HOSPITAL
Certain hospital be known as the..

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WAR COLLEGE-

(See Army War Collego.)
WAR DEPARTMENTS
Appropriation for maps for use of_

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Clerks, etc., at headquarters of divisions, etc., not to be assigned
to duty in bureaus of..

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omce of Chief of Staff a supervising bureau of

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Prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kans., to be transferred to

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WAR IN CHINA

Deserter's release denied deserter from the Army in China. Cir. 18.
Existed from June 20, 1900, to May 12, 1901

Cir. 18.
WAR OF THE REBELLION-
Reimbursement to Missouri for militia expenses during -

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WARWICK BARRACKS, P. I.-
Name of Camp Warwick, P. I., changed to--

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WASHINGTON-
Appropriation for pay, etc., of, volunteers.

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Scores made by, team at Seagirt competition.

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WASHINGTON BARRACKS, D. C.-
Garrison school merged into the Engineer School.

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WASHINGTON, D, C, -
Appropriation for destituto patients.-

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Appropriation for public buildings and grounds.-

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WATER
In cable tanks

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WATER SUPPLY
Appropriation for, at posts

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Land reserved for, to Fort William H. Soward, Alaska.

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WATERTOWN ARSENAL, MASS.-
Appropriation for testing machines at..

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WATERVLIET ARSENAL, N. Y.-
Appropriations for..

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WEST POINT, N. Y.
Restoration of Fort Putnam on, reservation.-

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Superintendent of Military Academy the commandant of

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(See Military Academy.)
WEBT VIRGINIA-
Scores made by, team at Seagirt competition

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WHIPPLE BARRACKS, ARIZ., TARGET RANGE-
Military reservation of, announced.

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WHITE CAP

For officers
WISCONSIN
Reimbursement to, of expenses in raising volunteers...

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Scores made by, team at Seagirt competition.

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WITNESSES--
Appropriation for, attending courts-martial, etc.

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YELLOWSTONE FOREST RESERVE-
Appropriation for --

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YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
Appropriation for improvement of...

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YUKON RIVER, ALASKA
Survey for wagon road and military trail on

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ZAMBOANGA, P. I.-

Military reservation at, announced.
Military reservation for target range at, announced..

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GENERAL ORDERS,

No. 1.

WAR DEPARTMENT,

WASHINGTON, January 4, 1905. 1. In every staff corps and department, regiment, battalion not forming part of a reginians and independent troop, battery, or company, will be kept a detailed history of the services of the organization. This history will; at all times, be kept as nearly up to date as possible.

The chief or commanding officer of the organization will cause the history to be prepared under bis immediate supervision. The historical record thus kept should.contain information concerning the original formation, recruitment, changes in organization, increase and decrease íri strongth, stations of the organization or parts thereof, arrival at ånd departu e therefrom, marches, campaigns, battles, etc.

It should give the names of officers and men killed aid wound ed in action, or who may have specially distinguished themselves, with rewards and decorations received.

It should contain as appendices such rosters of officers and noncommissioned officers as may be prepared from time to time.

Before books and papers are destroyed under paragraphs 249 and 272, Army Regulations, they should be carefully examined to see that everything of historical value therein has been em bodied in the history of the organization.

2. As soon as possible after the end of each calendar year the chief or commanding officer of every organization required to keep a history under this order will forward to The Military Secretary of the Army a copy of so much thereof as relaces to the past calendar year. 3. The initial installment of this history to be forwarded to The Military Secretary will cover not only the calendar year 1104 but such periods as, with the histories beretofore pub. nshed in the Journal of the Military Service Institution, and later in a book entitled “The Army of the United States,” and with such sketches as have been heretofore furnished the War Department, will form a complete narrative history of the organization from its formation to the end of 1904. [953158, M.S.O.) BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:

ADNA R. CHAFFEE,
Lieutenant General, Chief of Staff.

OFFICIAL:
F.C. AINSWORTH,

The Military Secretary.

JAN 10 Reca

ORDERS

, January 4, 1905. A training school for bakers is hereby established at Fort Riley, Kansas, under the direction of the commandant of the School of Application for Cavalry and Field Artillery, at which successive classes will be instructed for periods of four months.

Each class will be composed of 18 recruits selected as follows: From the cavalry 4, from the artillery 4, and from the infantry 10. The selection of men to comprise the successive classes will be made from recruits at depots under the direction of The Military Secretary, the men thus selected to be of good character and willing to learn the baker's trade.

They will be sent by orders from the War Department to report to the commanding officer, Fort Riley, Kansas, upon receipt of notification from him that he is prepared to receive them, and will be attached to troops and batteries for quarters and messing. Their employment upon any garrison duty not connected with the bakery, while undergoing instruction, is probibited.

Upon completion of the prescribed course the men compris. ing a class will be assigned to regiments and directed to join their respective commands by orders from the War Department.

An officer of the Subsistence Department will have imme. diate charge of this school, and subject to the approval of the Commissary General is authorized to employ such civilian labor as may be found necessary, to be paid for out of subsistence funds. (950253, 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.

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