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Data from inventory and inspection report, fiscal yeur 1901, showing condemnation of some
articles of subsistence stores, inspected as designated—Continued.
880. 18 1,560.16 20, 397. 40 308, 520.69
1 A good deal of this was designated as " Roast beef, pounds," and in such cases each pound is treated as a "can" in this table.
JUDGE-ADVOCATE-GENERAL, U. S. A.
Washington, D. C., October 10, 1901. Hon. ELIHU Root,
Secretary of War. Sir: I have the honor to submit the annual report of the JudgeAdvocate-General's Department for the year ending June 30, 1901.
The following data are compiled from the records received at this office of trials completed and published during the year covered by this report: Commissioned officers tried by general court-martial:
Regulars (convicted, 10; acquitted, 1; sentence or acquittal disapproved, 5)
16 Volunteers (convicted, 8; acquitted, 4; sentence or acquittal disapproved, 1).
13 Cadets tried by general court-martial (convicted)
3 Enlisted men tried by general court-martial:
Regulars (convicted, 4,279; acquitted, 390; sentence or acquittal disap
1, 167 Civilians tried by general court-martial:
Those serving with the Army in the field (convicted, 30; acquitted, 4; disapproved, 3)
37 Discharged men held as general prisoners (convicted, 21; acquitted, 1; disapproved, 1)...
23 Total trials by general court-martial ..... (Being over 600 less than in the preceding year.)
The following table shows, approximately, the number of convictions in the Regular Army of different offences by general courtmartial during the year: Sixteenth Article of War: Wasting ammunition
10 Seventeenth Article of War: Losing accoutrements.
36 Losing arms. Losing clothing
34 Losing Government property.
3 Selling accoutrements. Selling arms Selling clothing
53 Spoiling horse, arms, accoutrements, etc..