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Henry Barracks, Porto Rico.

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Buildings, barracks, and quarters.......

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Troops at ...........
Herron, Joseph V., 1st Lieutentant, 8th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned ..
Hess, Frank W., Major, 3d U. S. Artillery. Mentioned
Hewitt, Christian C., Captain, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned ........
Heyl, Charles H., Lieutenant-Colonel, Inspector-General, U. S. A. Men-
tioned ........
..............

........ 177, 180
Hickey, James B., Major, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. V. (Captain,

8th U. S. Cavalry). Mentioned...
Hincken, Elias J., 2d Lieutenant, 44th Infantry, U. S. V. Killed......... 81
Hoar, George, Corporal, Co. H, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tientsin,
China .............. .......................

.. 201
Hodges, Charles L., Major, 17th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned ......... 36, 76, 287
Hoenig, Fritz, Author. “Lessons of South Africa, and China War” ...... 228
Holabird, Samuel B., Brigadier-General, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned .... 169
Holbrook, William A., Major, 38th Infantry, U. S V. (Captain 5th U. S.

Cavalry). Native Philippine forage for cavalry horses.....
Holidays. Celebration of by Army ......

11
Home Squadrons. Recommendation for cavalry regiments in Cuba ..
Hongkong, China. Quartermaster's Department Agent at, duties ......
Honolulu, Hawaii.
Artillery District of......

130
McKinley, Camp, only temporary .......
Naval reservation, water supply for transports...

Post, permanent site for .....
Hoppy, Edward, 1st Lieutenant, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned ....
Horn, Tiemann N., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned... 128
“Horse in the South African War.” Extracts from ....

213, 214
Horses and Mules. Diseases and condition of, in Cuba.
Hoshian, China. Guard left at.........
Ho-si-wu, China. Reconnaissance to, casualties in .
Hospital Corps, U. S. A.

Loss caused by cyclone at Galveston, Tex.........
Strength of ............

... 6, 19
Hospital, General. Presidio of San Francisco, Cal. Increase of accommo-
dations ........

.. 65, 274
Hospitals and Hospitai Corps, U. S. A. See Inspector-General's Depart-

ment.
Hotchkiss Gun Battery. Defective ammunition supplied for ......

159
Howard, Fort, Md. Condition, etc.......

243
Hoyle, Eli D. Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A., Assistant to Inspector-

General, Department of the East.
Mentioned..

.......... 179, 184
Report of artillery target practice at Fort Caswell, Md...

143
Report on electric lighting at Fort Schuyler, N. Y ........
Hoyle, George S., Captain, 1st U.S. Cavalry. Mentioned
Hoyt, Ralph W., Major, 10th U.S. Infantry. Mentioned .
Huachuca, Fort, Ariz. Troops at.....

265
Hualapai, Ariz., Indian Agency. Agent, tribes, and Indians at .

266
Huggins, Eli L., Major, 6th U.S. Cavalry, Acting Inspector-General, Depart-
ment of the Lakes. Mentioned.....

........ 178, 182
Hughes, Martin B., Major, 9th U.S. Cavalry. Mentioned .............
Hughes, Robert P., Colonel, Inspector-General, U. S. A. Mentioned ...... 180

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Hull's Surrender. Viewed in after light....

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Humphrey, Evan H., 1st Lieutenant, 8th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned ... 287
Hunt, Fort, Va. Condition, etc.....

......... 243
Hunt Range. Desirability of.....

62
Hunter, Alfred M., Captain, Artillery Corps, U.S. A. Mentioned .........
Hunter, Edward, Colonel, Judge-Advocate, U. S. A., Assistant Adjutant-

General and Judge-Advocate, Department of Dakota. Men-
tioned.

262
Hutcheson, Grote, Captain, 6th U. S. Cavalry, Acting Inspector-General and

Acting Judge-Advocate, China Relief Expedition.
Mentioned...

...... 149, 179, 184
Report of ..............
Summary of reports ...

.. 60,61
Hutton, E. T. H., C. B., Col. A. D. C., British Army.
Disciplined handling of men in action ..........

231
Mounted men utilized for scouting .........

................. 231
Hyde, Arthur P. S., 2d Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned. 292,
Hyer, Benjamin B., 1st Lieutenant, 6th U.S. Cavalry. Mentioned.......
Idaho, State of. Volunteers recruited from...

32
Illinois, State of. Volunteers recruited from......
Imperial City, Pekin, China.
American casualties in assault on..........

202
Assaulting and carrying gates of...

199
Increased Rank. Officers, retirement with...
Indiana, State of. Volunteers recruited from ....
Indiana, U. S. transport. Mentioned .

32, 37, 38, 39, 76
Indian Department Regulations. Prohibitions..
Indian Scouts. Distribution of ........

265
Indian Territory. Volunteers recruited from...

31
Indian Reservations.
Invasion of .......

.. 66, 267, 272
Military stations near, restraining influence of........

...... 6
Indians.

Annuities and supplies......
Black Hills agreement, stipulations not carried out ....

........ 271
Complaints and dissatisfaction

266, 269, 270, 271, 272
Condition ...

... 6, 66, 272
Conduct of..
Labor, purchase by...
Location and number...

266
Prisoners of war, Apache, condition of..

256
Rebellious or “defiant” spirit not discernible...

269
Settlers, intimidated by........

256
Sources of support and number supported..

270
Sun Dance, prohibition of......

272
Suspicious of white encroachers ....
Treaty rights, violation of.......
Trouble with Arapahoes.

269
Washington, D. C., delegation sent to....

See Missouri, Department of, and Uintah and Uncompahgre Reservations.
Infantry and Cavalry School.
Commandant. report of.....

289
Accommodations, increase of.........

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Infantry and Cavalry School—Continued.

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Commandant, report of—Continued.
Civilian employees ....

..........
Expenditures during fiscal year ...

290
Officers on duty ..........
School operations during year..

290
“Infantry in a New Century.” Extracts from ....

.. 229-232
Ingalls, James M., Lieutenant-Colonel, 3d U. S. Artillery. Mentioned... 79
Ingalls, U. S. transport. Mentioned ...
Inspection, Drill, and Maneuvers. System of...
Inspections............

................................. 177179
Inspector-General's Department.

Appointments, permanent, not made....
China Relief Expedition, reports on.....

198–204
Field Service-
Casualties.......

201–203
Extract from history of 9th U. S. Infantry.......

201
General remarks .

203
Forage, Native Philippine, suitability for cavalry horses.

207–211
Extent of supply....

210
General remarks ..

210
Long forage..............

210
Maize or Indian corn...

210
Quantity to be fed......

209
Foreign Service.

205–206
Enlisted men, scheme for adjustment

205
Officers, scheme for adjustment ...

205
Inspector-General, Report of......

137
Artillery Defenses on Pacific Coast...

150
See Defenses, Artillery.
Artillery Posts, equipment of .........

149
Bakers, pay of ...

146
Books and records, imperfections in......

148
Canteen-
Abolition, detrimental effect of...

..... 148, 149
Good results during existence of......
Sentiment of Army in relation to....

148
China Relief Expedition-
Operations, Military..............

149
Pekin, relief of legations.....

149
Civil duties, performance by officers......

140
Civil exigencies, capabilities of regular Army officers to meet, in

advance of civil functionaries...........
Commissions, how obtainable by enlisted men .......
Consolidation with Adjutant-General's Department-
Advantages and disadvantages .....

.......... 161-164
Committee on Military Affairs, House of Representatives. Re-

port.........................
Opinions of Army officers....

... 162-164
Cooks, scarcity of, solution of problem.

146
Desertions, percentage of ...
...........

141
Detached service details ....

140
Efficiency of officers......
Engineers, duties and condition.

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Inspector-General's Department-Continued.

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Inspector-General, Report of—Continued.

Equipments, Army, remarks of Inspectors-General on ........ ... 191-192
Field Artillery stationed in Southern Luzon, condition and duties ... 149
Gardens, post, cultivation.........

..... 146
Gymnasium, establishment at every post recommended.....

145
Inspection and its results.....

........... 139, 174-176
Completeness of, proven by condition of Army ........

174
Philippine Islands, national regiments of volunteers for.....
Scrutiny of inspection reports in Inspector-General's Office.. 174
Soldiers' Home accounts, scrutiny of, savings by........
Volunteers and their lesson .....

174
Volunteers of civil war, character ...

175
Inspection of posts and commands..

... 137, 138
Inspector of small-arms practice, revival of.
Instruction of Army .........

139, 142, 143, 144, 145, 147
Justice, administration of ........
Laws, regulations, etc., enforcement.

139
Lyceums, officers', work of....
Mechanical Transportation...
Medical department .........

Care and use of medical property.
Care of sick ..........
Cleanliness of the mouth ....
Contract dental surgeons, appointment of, effect....
Health and sanitation, general condition of ..
Hospital Corps, school for instruction, effect ...
Hospitals
Character of, in West Indies and Alaska ........

158
Condition and equipment of, in United States.

157
Regimental field, in Philippine Islands ..........

157
Medical attendance and supplies in Philippine Islands ..... 157

Nurse corps, advantages of.
Men, Money, Property, Places—General Illustrations....... ... 164–172
Men...

. 164–166
Change in character ......

164
Clerks, military, inadequate provision for........

166
Enlistments, original, reduction in age for ..

..... 165
Improvements in morale and personnel of Army...... 164, 165, 166
Military establishment-betterment and advancement ........ 164
Schools for-
Attendance at and improvement in ....... ..... 165

.... 166-168
Accounts, inspection of .

............. 166, 167, 168
Disbursements
Accounts of regular officers .....

168
Duties of Inspectors-General in relation to .....

166
Methods of business and improvement in .......

168
Disbursing officers, conformity to law.....

166
Reputation of Army in connection with...

167
Splendid record of army officers in re, reason for............ 168
Property ....

.... 168–170
Duties of Inspector-General's Department, in connection
with ......

168
Economy in use of public stores, subserved by inspections... 168

159

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Money ......

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Inspector-General's Department-Continued.
Inspector-General, Report of—Continued.
Men, Money, Property, Places-General Illustrations-Continued.
Property-Continued.

No systematic record of condemnation kept by Staff Depart-
ments.

168
Property and animals inspected and retained in service since
1892.

168
Places ......

....... 170, 171
Effect of office work on National Home for disabled volun-
teer soldiers..

170
Improvements in accounts of Branch Homes...

171
General Illustrations ...

. 171, 172
Baggage allowance, increase in...

172
Enlisted men, improvement in condition and advance in
training .......

172
Justice, administration of..

172
Militia, detail of officers to instruct and inspect....... 172
Official insignia and motto adopted for Inspector-General's De-

partment...
Post exchange, benefits derived from....

172
Schools and colleges, improvement in military feature..

171
Systematization of inspections..

171, 172
Supplies, improvement in, furnished to soldiers.......
Mentioned...........

.. 5
Messing of troops..

.. 145, 146
Military Notes—From United Service Magazine...

212–232
Native (Philippine) Troops-
Loyalty and good service of...

149
Reorganization of.....

149
Value as soldiers undetermined...
Officers, staff appointments...

140
Orders, inattention of officers to...

140
Ordnance Department.....

........................ 159, 160
Abandonment of saber.......

Recommendations for improvement in equipments and supplies. 159, 160
Organizations, armament and equipment ..

........ 138, 139
Personnel, enlisted, improvement in character and condition...... 140, 141
Post Exchanges, conduct of....

148
Post Libraries, conduct of.........

148
Post Schools, instruction in...

147
Posts or stations, average number of companies per.

139
Property, public, care of....

....... 139, 188
Public animals-
Descriptive book, more complete history necessary.

... 190
Diseases in Cuba and Porto Rico

152
Quartermaster's Department..

. 150–155
Buildings, public....

154
Forage, domestic and Philippine .

... 153
Heating and lighting .....

155
Methods in, and supplies furnished...

150, 151
Philippine horses for cavalry mounts ..

153
Transportation, means of ........
Water supply, sewerage and drainage system..

See Quartermaster's Department.

149

159

153

154

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