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Brooke, Benjamin, Captain, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned......
Brooke, John R., Major-General, U. S. A.
Correspondence with Adjutant-General, U. S. A.........

235
Distinguished services of........

........ 72
Mentioned..........

......... 5, 63, 286
Reports ..................

235, 236, 240
Retirement as Lieutenant-General recommended ....

See East, Department of.
Brooke, William, Major, 46th Infantry, U. S. V. (Captain, 15th U. S.

Infantry), Acting Inspector-General, 4th District, Department
Southern Luzon. Mentioned ...

........ 178, 182
Brookfield, Robert M., 1st Lieutenant, 11th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned... 79
Brower, Ralph P., 1st Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned... 128
Brown, Laurence C., 1st Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned... 107
Brown, Fort, Texas.
Condition of ..........

68
Encroachment on reservation by Rio Grande..

259
Expenditures, no further, for .....
Garrison of ....

......................... 68, 359
Present status of.......
Brown, Robert A., Major, Inspector-General, U. S. V. (Captain, 4th U. S.

Cavalry), Inspector-General, Department Southern Luzon.
Clothing, remarks on.............

................... 188
Discipline and dress, remarks on ....

..... 190
Extract from report of......

139
Mentioned.........

.. 145, 146, 149, 151, 179, 186
Native Philippine forage for cavalry horses.

208
Philippine horses for cavalry mounts ......

153
Small arms, remarks on ......... ................................... 195
Supplies furnished by Subsistence Department ...,

157
Brown, William C., Major, 42d Infantry, U. S. V. (Captain, 1st U. S. Cav-

alry), Acting Inspector-General, 4th District, Department of

Northern Luzon.
Boards of survey, remarks on .....
Mentioned..........

..... 178, 183
Native Philippine forage, remarks on...

............ 207
Browne, Beverly F., 2d Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Men-
tioned .........

.......... 128, 292, 293
Browning, William S., 2d Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Men-

tioned ......
Bryant, Arthur H., 2d Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned... 107
Bryant, Montgomery, Colonel, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned...............
Bubonic Plague. Prevalence of ..
Buchan, Fred E., 2d Lieutenant, 6th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned.......... 202
Buchanan, James A., Lieutenant-Colonel, Porto Rican Regiment (Major,

15th U. S. Infantry).
Report of........

......... 244
Summary of report........

64
Buckley, George H., Private, Co. A, 9th U. S. Infantry. Killed at Tientsin,
China ........

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201

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Buffington Sight. Dissatisfaction with .....
Buford, U. S. transport. Mentioned ......... ....... 36, 37, 38, 39, 76, 77
Buildings, Barracks, and Quarters.......

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Bull Run. Responsibility for, shared by Nation ...
Bumpus, Edward A., 1st Lieutenant, 9th U. S. Infantry. Killed in action. 80
Bundy, Omar, Captain, 6th U. S. Infantry, Acting Inspector-General, De-

partment of the Visayas:
Mentioned........

... 178, 184
Native Philippine forage for calvary horses....

.... 209
Supplies furnished by Subsistence Department.....

157
Bunnell, George W., 2d Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned.
Burgess, Louis R., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned ........ 131
Burnell, George C., 1st Lieutenant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. Commended... 278
Burnett, J. C., Indian trader. Mentioned..
Burton, George H., Colonel, Inspector-General, U.S. A., Inspector-General,

Department of Cuba:
Blindness and lockjaw in the American horse in Cuba ....

152
Boards of survey, remarks on........

187
Cavalry horses, purchase........

194
Drill regulations, cavalry, revision of ...,

143, 188
Enlisted men, physique of ................

191
Instruction of Army....

192, 193
Physical examination of higher grade officers....

194
Post-exchange, benefits of...

194
Public property, care of in Cuba .

...... 188
Recommendations .............. 62, 140, 142, 145, 148, 151, 152, 159, 160, 177, 180
Uniform and equipments..........

189, 191, 192, 194, 195
Burton, James R., Corporal, Co. C, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at
Tientsin, China

....... 201
Butler, Benjamin F., Major-General, U. S. V. Mentioned ....

175
Butner, Henry W., 1st Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned... 292
Butt, Archibald W., Captain, Quartermaster, U. S. A. Summary of report..
Buzzacott Field Oven. Satisfaction given by .........

152

mencion................
Buzzacott Range. Desirability of...
Byram, George L., Lieutenant-Colonel 27th Infantry, U. S. V. (Captain 6th

U.S. Cavalry), Assistant Inspector-General, Division of the
Philippines. Mentioned.........

......... 178, 182
Byrne, Charles C., Colonel, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned..........
Cabell, DeRosey C., Captain, 6th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned

202
Cadets, Military Academy. Instruction in seacoast gunnery at Fort Mon-
roe, Va......

.............
California, Department of.
Chief Quartermaster. Summary of report ......

Constructions, expenditures for ...
Horses and mules, health of ........

Horses and mules shipped to Philippine Islands.
Commanding General. Report of..

274
Condition of command.....

65
General Hospital, Presidio, increase of accommodations

65, 274
Needs of Department in re disposition of new troops ..

274
Number of volunteers mustered out....
Shipment of officers, men, etc., to and from Philippines ....

274
Summary of report...
Inspections of posts and commands.....
Territorial limits of.....

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California, State of.

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Establishment of military school in southern, recommended .......
Volunteers recruited from.....

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Campbell, Harry R., 1st Lieutenant, 4th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned ...... 79
Campbell, James R., Lieutenant-Colonel, 30th Infantry, U. S. V. Men-
tioned .........

.......... 36, 176
Camp Meade, Pennsylvania. Volunteers organized at.

31, 32, 33
Camp Reilly, Temple of Agriculture, Pekin, China.
Inspection of U. S. troops, report...

200
Limits of, troops at, and what comprised in .......

200
Camps of Instruction. Establishment of permanent....
Canadian Boundary. See Boundaries.
Canby, Fort, Washington.

Artillery defenses.....

Inadequacy of quarters .........
Candidates for Promotion, Enlisted. Full term of enlistment for.
Cannon, William C., Captain, Quartermaster, U. S. A. Mentioned........ 76, 77
Canteen.
Abolition, pernicious effect..

9,62, 248
Administration of affairs.......
Effect of legislation...
Nature

See China Relief Expedition and Inspector-General's Department.
Cape Nome, Alaska.

Conditions at...........
Incorporation and election of municipal officers..

281
Reported rich strikes near

281
Rush to, remarks on...............

196
Situation at, handled by military authorities..

Withdrawal of troops from........
Carleton, Guy E., 2d Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned. 107
Carpenter, Edward, 1st Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A., A. D. C. to

Brigadier-General Leonard Wood, U. S. A. Mentioned...... 287
Carroll, Fort, Maryland. Condition, etc..............
Carter, Mr., Store clerk, Shoshone Agency. Mentioned ....

271
Cartwright, George 8., Major, Quartermaster, U.S. V. (Captain, 24th U. S.
Infantry). Death of, from yellow fever..

.......... 61, 286
Cassatt, Edward B., Captain, 13th U. S. Cavalry. Military Attaché, Ameri-

can Embassy, London, England .........
Castner, Joseph C., Captain, 4th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned..........
Casualties.
In Army...

...... 22, 54, 58, 74, 78, 80, 81, 198, 201, 202, 278
Insurgent.....

54
Professors of Military Academy....

22
Caswell, Fort, North Carolina. Condition, etc...
Cavalry and Field Artillery School.
Commandant. Report of-
Changes in garrison interfere with proper conduct .......

290
Gain and loss in garrison..

291
Limitations on work...........

290
Officers and organizations for duty June 30, 1900....

290
Practical and theoretical instruction...

291
Recommendations......

291
Searchlight, practical demonstration.....

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Cavalry and Field Artillery School-Continued.

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Secretary. Report of-

Additional space needed for library.
Allotment, benefits of liberal..

300
Card cataloguing of library....

300
Financial statement for fiscal year 1901 ...

299
Printing department....

300
Searchlight, requirements for manipulation of.
Subschool for Artillery. Report of........

292
Gain and loss .........

293
Officers present September 1, 1901...........

Theoretical and practical instruction.....
Cavalry Drill Regulations. Deficiencies and inconsistencies
“Cavalry, Evolution of, Notes on.” Extract from
“Cavalry Training.” Extracts from..............

216
Caziarc, Louis V., Major, Adjutant-General's Department (Major, Artillery
Corps, U. S. A.). Mentioned .

...................... 287
Cecil, George R., Major, 3d Infantry, Military Attaché, American Legation
at Berne, Switzerland. Mentioned.

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Census of Cuba and Porto Rico........

........
Chaffee, Adna R., Major-General, U. S. A., Commanding China Relief

Expedition.
Mentioned.....

.......... 5, 20, 71, 164, 184, 198
Summary of report .......

...... 59, 60
See China Relief Expedition.
Chamberlain, John L., Lieutenant-Colonel, Inspector-General, U. S. A.
Mentioned .......

.... 177, 180
Chambliss, Nathaniel R., 2d Lieutenant, 8th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned..
Chaplains, U. S. Army. Casualties among ...
Charles Nelson, U. S. transport. Mentioned ....
Charleston, South Carolina. Artillery District of...
Chase, Arthur W., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned....

128
Chesapeake. Artillery District of the .......

129
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park. Inspection of.
Chief of Artillery.

Duties .....
Mentioned....

522
Report of ..........

233
Artillery school, reorganization ..

234
Civil electricians, employment .....
Duties of artillery district commanders.....

233
Equipment of defenses with system of fire control
Fort Monroe, Va., equipment as typical Artillery pos

234
Inspections by .....

233
Officers and enlisted men, proper training....

234
Plans for operations ...........

234
Reorganization of Artillery arm...

233
Seacoast, division into artillery districts.....

233
Target practice, increase ..

234
Torpedo school, establishment of..

234
Chief of Ordnance. Mentioned ..............
China.
Deaths of soldiers in......

.. 20, 198, 201
Disposition of force in ....

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Extra pay for service in.......

109
Inspection of troops in........
Special medal of honor for those who served in ...

Troops sent to, and returned from.
China Relief Expedition.
Chief Surgeon, Report of........

Health conditions ...

Percentage of noneffectiveness ....
Commanding General, Report of-

Canteen, insobriety not caused by...
Careless packing of company property .......
Courtesies received from foreign commanders and ministers.
Duty of....
Japanese method of packing ...
Pekin, maintenance of order in.....
Public stores, loss of, in transit ..
Recommends substitute for locker.
Summary of ...........

Withdrawal of U. S. troops from Pekin...
Field Service:
Artillery-

Operations of Light Battery F, 5th U. S. Artillery...
Cavalry. Operations of 3d Squadron, 6th U. S. Cavalry ....... 202
Infantry-
Casualties ...............

201, 202
Engagements participated in ..

. 201, 202
Preparation of troops.

201
General remarks ........

203
American casualties

198
Composition and strength ...,

198
Duration of .........

198
Effectiveness of U. S. troops with respect to other armies

......

203
Extract from history of 9th U. S. Infantry ....

201
Itinerary of march from Tientsin to Pekin ..

.... 198, 201
Lack of smartness and military bearing in American officers and
soldiers........

203
Other armies........

Peitsang and Yangtsun, battles of .......
Inspector-General, Report of...

Appearance of American officers contrasted with that of foreign
Box for shipment of stores, recommendation....

Recommends substitute for prescribed uniform.
Judge-Advocate-General, Report of..........

Canteen, aid to discipline and orderly conduct
Cause of trials, irresponsibility of men.......
Enlisted men, convictions....
Inexperience of officers...
Maximum strength of Expedition .........
Officers, lack of instruction and discipline..
Recommends summary methods of punishment in field instead of

present method ......
Service schools, reestablishment of ....
Military operations......

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