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China Relief Expedition-Continued.

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Pekin, relief of legations..
Reports of Inspectors-General on..

198, 204
Supplies for........

.. 199, 200
Chittenden, Hiram M., Captain, Engineer Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned....
Christenberry, Silas A., Corporal, Co. D, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at
Tientsin, China ....

201
Circulars.
Army Nurses, leaves of absence ..............

136
Register of passengers on Army Transports..

135
City of Para, U. S. transport. Mentioned ..
City of Peking, U. S. transport. Mentioned......
City of Pueblo, U. S. transport. Mentioned....
City of Rio, U. S. transport. Mentioned .........
City of Sydney, U. S. transport. Mentioned ..
Civil Affairs. Administration by Army officers ...

140, 188, 285
Civil Affairs in Porto Rico.......

...... 65
See Porto Rico, District of.
Civil Courts. Detention of military persons as witnesses before ........... 68, 258
Civil Duties. Military Governor, Philippine Islands, relieved from perform-

ance of ..........................
Civil Governor, Philippine Islands. Appointment of .....
Civil Government. Work of army in establishment and support of ... 7,59
Civilian Employees. Conduct of, bringing disgrace upon service..

10
Civil Laws. U. S. troops in connection with enforcement of.

250
Civil War. Volunteers compared with Spanish War .....

175
Clague, John J., Colonel, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned .....

78
Clark, Fort, Texas. Troops sent to .........

257
Clark, Francis W., 2d Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned.. 128, 293
Clark, Hollis C., Captain, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned ....
Clarke, Charles E., Captain, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned ..
Clayton, Powell, jr., Captain, 11th U. S. Cavalry. Military Attaché, Ameri-

can Embassy at City of Mexico......
Cleary, Peter J. A., Lieutenant-Colonel, Chief Surgeon, Department of Texas.

Summary of report...
Clem, John L., Major, Quartermaster's Department, Chief Quartermaster,
Department Porto Rico. Mentioned .......

245
Clerks, Military. Inadequate provision for.....

166
Clerks, Temporary.

Necessity for retention of ...........

Transfer to regular roll, recommendation for .....
Cloman, Sidney A., Captain, 23d U. S. Infantry, Acting Inspector-General,

Department Mindanao and Jolo.
Mentioned.......

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

...... 209
Closson, John D., Private, Co. C, 9th U.S. Infantry. Wounded at Tientsin,
China .......

201
Clothing.

Complaints regarding, and suggestions for improvement......... .... 188, 190
Increased allowance for enlisted men serving in Tropics recommended.... 289
Supply for Army in Division of Philippines....

55

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Clous, John W., Brigadier-General, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned .......... 78
Coast Artillery. Distribution of...

.... 134, 135

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175

67

Coast Defenses.
Equipment, progress in ...

17
Protection of approaches.....

63
Visitors to .....

63
Work on........

275
Cobb, Thomas M., jr., 1st Lieutenant, 39th Infantry, U.S. V. Mentioned. 81
Cochran, Percy M., 1st Lieutenant, 7th U.S. Infantry. Commended...... 278
Cole, George W., 1st Lieutenant, 7th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned.......... 78
Coleman, Walter F., Private, Co. G, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China...........

201
College Graduates.

Lack of organization of battalions....
Military services of ........

175
Colleges.

Ammunition issued to ......
Inspection of........

7-179
Instruction at ...........
Noncompliance with law.....

Text-books for .............
Colorado, Department of the.
Commanding General, Report of ...

265
Area of Department, population, and area allotted to Indian reserva-
tions ................

266
Condition of troops of command.......
Conduct of officers and men......

237
Defects in water systems of posts.....

273
Distribution of troops.

....... 66, 265, 266
Indian reservation, invasion of...

66
Indians,

Disorders at Uintah and Ouray agencies.
In Department, condition, location, and conduct.
Location of agencies and agents.

266
Inspection of posts and commands..
Investigation of Indian complaints..

267
Philippines, troops sent to and from ..
Practical instruction, course of .....

273
Summary of............
Territorial limits .........
Theoretical instruction....

272
See Indians and Indian Reservations.
Colorado River, Arizona. Indian Agency, tribes at, and number.....
Colorado, State of. Volunteers recruited from ...

..............
Colors, Escort to. Conduct of.......

11
Colquhoun, William C. R., Captain, Quartermaster, U. S. A., Assistant to

Chief Quartermaster, District of Porto Rico. Mentioned .....
Columbia. Artillery District of the ..

..............

130
Columbia Barracks, Cuba.
Deaths from yellow fever ..........

288
Health conditions

288
U.S. troops at .....

288
Columbia, Department of the.
Commanding General, Report of ......

274
Discipline, health, and efficiency of command.......

275
Inspections of posts and commands.......

137
Operations of supply departments .........

66, 275

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Columbia, Department of-Continued.

Page.
Commanding General, Report of-Continued.
Posts abandoned .....

275
Quarters for troops at posts ....
Summary of............

66
Territory of Department of Alaska added

281
Water supply of posts .....

275
Work on Coast defenses ...
Territorial limits of.......
Columbia, Fort, Washington.
Artillery defenses .......

150
Construction works at ....

... 66, 275
Columbia, U. S. transport. Mentioned...
Comba, Richard, Colonel, 5th U. 8. Infantry.' Mentioned

36, 78
Commanding Officers. Accountability and responsibility....
Commands. Discipline and efficiency...
Commercial Steamship Lines. Advantages possessed by, over Government

transports
Commissions.
Artillery, date of ....

...... 7
How obtainable by enlisted men ......

.... 17, 23, 141
Conemaugh, U. S. transport. Mentioned ................ ...... 36,76
Conflicts. See Division of the Philippines.
Congress, Committees of. Decisions influenced by Adjutant-General's Office

reports ........
Conklin, John, jr., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned....

133
Connecticut, State of. Volunteers recruited from ....
Connell, Thomas W., Captain, 9th U. S. Infantry. Killed at Balangiga,

Samar ........
Conroy, Michael, Corporal, Co. B, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tient-
sin, China ..

......
Constitution, Fort, New Hampshire. Armament, garrison, etc.....
Constitution of United States.

Reading of, on National Holidays ........

Responsibilities imposed by........
Contract Dental Surgeons.

Appointment ......
Good effect of appointment ....
Regulations relating to, amended...

... 112-113
Uniform.........
Contract Surgeons.

Anomalous character .....
Appointment, pay, and allowances ..
Designation....

121
Member Boards of Survey .......

187
Remedy suggested............

68
Uniform ........
.....................

114
Converse, Oscar I., 1st Lieutenant, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned.....
Cooke, Philip St. George, Brigadier-General, U. S. A. Mentioned...

169
Cooper, Charles L., Lieutenant-Colonel, 14th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned...
Copperfield, Indian Chief. Complaints and desires .......
Corbin, Henry C., Major-General, Adjutant-General, U. S. Army.

Mentioned.........
Recommendations of ..
Report of ..............

...... 19
See Adjutant-General, U. S. Army.

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Corcoran, R. B., Veterinary, 8th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned.

291
Corliss, Agustus W., Colonel, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned.

78
Corps of Engineers, U. 8. A. Casualties among officers.........

22
Corps Organization for Artillery. Inadvisability of.....
Correctional Courts. Establishment in Cuba .......
Corson, George M., Indian Agent, San Carlos Agency, Arizona. Men-
tioned ........

266
Coulling, William M., Captain, Quartermaster, U. S. A. Mentioned .. 76
Cowles, Warren H., Captain, 4th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned....... . 36, 76
Craigie, William M., 2d Lieutenant, 7th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned ....
Crawford, Medorem, Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned ....
Criminal Procedure. Modification of law of ........

62
Crockett, Allen T., 2d Lieutenant, 21st U. S. Infantry. Killed ........
Cromwell, Oliver, English Dictator. Mentioned....

218
Cronkhite, Adelbert, Captain, Artillery Corps, U.S. A. Mentioned. 133
Crook, Fort, Nebraska. Troops at.....

252
Crook, U. S. transport. Mentioned......

35
Crosby, Herbert B., Captain, 14th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned........
Cruse, Thomas, Major, Quartermaster, U. S. V. (Captain, Quartermaster,

U. S. A.), Depot Quartermaster, Menila, P. I.
Mentioned.........

....................... 36, 76
Summary of report......

See Philippines, Division of.
Cuba and Porto Rico, W. I. Beef and fresh vegetables condemned in, dur-

ing year
Cuba, Department of.

Abolishment of Division and of departments therein........
Chief Quartermaster, Summary of report,

Moore pack saddle, unsuited for field service...
Ovens and field ranges, relative merits of ........
Pack saddles, competitive trial ...........

Transports, Cuban school teachers carried by ..
Chief Surgeon, Summary of report-

Admissions to hospitals, compared to those in the United States..
Cesspools, replacement by sewers.....
Habana, death rate.....
Health of troops in Cuba ......
Malaria, elimination of .......
Meat consumption by soldiers in Cuba .......
Nurses, female, advisability of employment.
Uniform, field, criticism of appearance...
Yellow fever, investigation of .....

.........
Commanding General, report of ..

282
Daley, H. W., Packmaster, recommended for position of Chief Pack-

master, U. S. A...
Establishment of department...
Instruction of command ....
Medical Department, yellow fever stamped out by.
Mentioned ...........
Pack trains, reorganization of..
Posts in Department of Cuba.
Santiago, District of ..
Summary of report ..
Yellow fever, officers victims of ..

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Cuba, Department of-Continued.

Page.
Condition of public animals.........

152
Conduct of troops .............
Cuba, customs revenue tariff, revision.

... 180
Deaths among officers and enlisted men.

20, 285, 286
Deaths from yellow fever .......

.. 286, 287
Departure of troops from...................

35
Distribution of troops in ....

19
Duties of clerical force, performance of....

288
Efficiency of troops in ...................

142
Health comparison of Eastern and Western Cuba

286
Health of troops, report of Chief Surgeon ...

285

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Inspection of posts and commands in .......

.... 137, 282
Inspector-General, Summary of Report-
Boards of survey, decision of summary court officers substituted for

that of...........
Company funds, accumulation of large, due to excessive profits of

canteen.........
Condition of troops and horses in Department of Cuba......
Drill regulations, cavalry, deficiencies and inconsistencies of ....
Enlistment of men under age and unsuited for service
Mentioned...................
Officers, physical examination of higher grades prior to promotion...
Target practice, results .......

62
Instruction of troops.....................

147, 282–284
Judge-Advocate, summary of report ......

Articles of War applicable for service ....
Canteen, abolition of, effect .......
Correctional courts, establishment of .....
Criminal procedure, modification and simplification of law....
Drunkenness, convictions for.......
Escribanos, replaced by salaried recorders....
Foraker law, modification of, recommended...
Habeas corpus, writ of, introduction into legal system of Cuba.
Marriage ceremony, religious, legalization of .....
Mentioned.........................................
Municipal corporations, latitude in matter of municipal franchises
Stenographers, employment obligatory ...

Trial hours, limitation of ..
Officers performing civil duties...

285
Per cent of desertions in

141
Ratio of deaths in Island..........

285
Ratio of diarrhea and infectious diseases to United States.
Reduction of force in ...
Relinquishment of government by United States, conditions .
Rural Guard, reorganization ........

287
Santiago, deaths from malaria in .....

286
Staff Departments, administration work of ...

282, 287
Territorial limits of.....

34
Yellow fever, extirpation of........

285
Curren, Thomas H., Corporal, Co. G, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at

Tientsin, China..
Currie, Dennis H., 2d Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned...
Cusack, Joseph E., 1st Lieutenant, 5th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned......

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