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Major-General Commanding the Army.

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Extract from report for 1891..........

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Mentioned ................
Malacanan, Manila, P. I. Delivery of Aguinaldo at...
Maloney, Thomas L., Private, Co. D, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-

tsin, China.................................................
Manila, P. I.
Arrival at, of troops on transports ....

........ 31–33, 76, 77
See Soldiers, discharged.
Mann, William A., Captain, 17th Infantry, Acting Inspector-General, Depart-

ment of the Visayas. Mentioned.
Manning, William C., Major, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned.......
Mannion, James W. B., 2d Lieutenant, 13th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned...
Manuense, U. S. transport. Mentioned ...,

31
March, Peyton C., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned ....... 107, 128
Marine Corps, U. S., First Regiment.
Casualties................

199
Part of China Relief Expedition...

198
Peitsang, battle of, participation....
Marion, Fort, Florida. Condition, etc ..............
Marriage ceremony. Legalization of, in Cuba ..
Marshall, James M., Colonel, Quartermaster's Department, Chief Quarter-

master, Department of California, Report of..
Martin, John T., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned.

107
Maryland, State of. Volunteer regiments recruited in ...

31
Mason, Colorado, Fort. Insufficient barracks at........
Massey, Solon F., 1st Lieutenant, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned ........ 81
Matowa, China. Guard left at..

...... 199
Matile, Leon A., Lieutenant-Colonel, 15th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned .... 38, 77
Maude, F. N., Lieutenant-Colonel, R. E., British Army.
Mentioned .......

... 176
Notes on the Evolution of Cavalry.........

........ 218–223
Mauldin, Frank G., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned..... 128
Maurice, General, British Army. Mentioned ........

231
Maus, Marion P., Lieutenant-Colonel, Inspector-General, U. S. V., Acting

Inspector-General, Departments of California and Colorado.
Mentioned..........

.... 150, 151, 179, 184
Remarks of

.......... 187, 190, 196
Mayaguez, Porto Rico.
Buildings, barracks, and quarters.....

247
Troops at........
McBride, Clarence J., Private, Co. B, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at
Tientsin, China .........

201
McClellan, U. S. transport. Mentioned......

.......

35, 39
McClintock, John, 1st Lieutenant, 5th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned...
McClure, Charles, jr., 1st Lieutenant, 30th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned..
McClure, Daniel, Colonel, retired, U.S. A. Mentioned ..
McCornack, Willard H., 1st Lieutenant, 9th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned....
McCoy, Frank R., 1st Lieutenant, 10th U.S. Cavalry, A. D. C. to Brigadier-
General Leonard Wood. Mentioned.............

287
McCrea, Tully, Colonel, 6th U.S. Artillery. Mentioned ............... 36, 37, 76
McDonald, Robert, Captain, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned......
McGlachlin, Edward F., jr., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned. 107, 133
McGonnigle, Andrew J., Major, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned........ ... 81

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McGregor, Thomas R., Colonel, 9th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned ........ 79, 267
McGunnegle, George K., Major, 3d C. S. Infantry, Assistant Inspector-Gen-

eral, Department of Cuba. Mentioned......... ........ 178, 182
McHenry, Fort, Maryland. Condition, etc...

243
McIntosh, Fort, Texas. Troops sent to ..............

...... 257
McKeever, Chauncey, Colonel, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned ......

81
McKenna, Frank B., Captain, 28th U.S. Infantry, Acting Inspector-General,
Department of the Lakes. Mentioned..

... 179, 186
McKibben, Chambers, Colonel, 24th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned....... 257, 259
McLaughlin, Major, Indian Inspector.
Investigation of Indian complaints ....

266
Mentioned....

267
McMahon, John E., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned. ...... 133
McMahon, Joseph, Private, Co. E, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China ....

201
McManus, George H., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned..
McPherson, Fort, Georgia. Condition, etc.....

240
McPherson, U. S. transport. Mentioned .................
McNamee, Michael M., Captain, 14th I'. S. Cavalry. Mentioned ...
McNichols, Charles S., Indian Agent, Colorado River Agency, Arizona.
Mentioned......

266
McNutt, Albert S., 1st Lieutenant, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned.....
McRee, Fort, Florida, Condition, etc.........

241
McSweeney, John. Private, Co. H, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China......

....
Meade, Fort, South Dakota.
Accommodations at ...

261
Construction and repairs at....

.. 261, 262
Garrison at................

........ 260
Organization of new regiments at....

... 260
Meade, U. S. transport. Mentioned..

.... 32, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 76, 77
Mechanical Transportation.
Improvement and developinent of..........

...... 172
Signal Corps, couriers supplied headquarters by ...

.... 173
Medals for exceptional war service.
President's remarks concerning - ........

.... 72, 73
Recommendations for ............

72

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Medical Department.

Casualties among officers.........
Contingent of, with China Relief Expedition....

198
Inspection, Philippine Islands ..

See Philippines, Division of and Inspector-General's Department.
Mengel, Jacob, Corporal, Co. H, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China............................................

201
Menoher, Charles T., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned ...... 133
Merriam, Henry C., Brigadier General, U. S. A.
Correspondence with Adjutant-General ........

.. 267, 268
Mentioned..........

5
Remarks on report relative to Indian troubles.

272
Report of Department of the Colorado ..
Report of Department of the Missouri...
Summary of reports ...

66, 67
See Colorado, Department of and Missouri, Department of.

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Merritt, Camp, Montana Garrison .....

260
Merritt, Wesley, Major-General, U.S. A.

Abandonment of saber..
Distinguished services of.........

Recommended for rank of lieutenant-general..
Mescalero, New Mexico, Apache Indian Agency.
Agent, post-office, and telegraph station .

266
Tribes represented and number of Indians at...

266
Messing of troops ......

......... 145, 146, 235
Mexican Boundary. See Boundaries.
Michie, Peter S., Professor, U. S. Military Academy. Mentioned.......... 80
Michie, Robert E. L., Captain, 12th U. S. Cavalry, Acting Assistant Adju-

tant-General, Department of the Missouri. Mentioned ......
Michigan, State of. Volunteers recruited from ..................
Michler, Francis, Major, 5th U.S. Cavalry, Military Secretary to Lieutenant-

General Commanding the Army. Mentioned............
Miles, Nelson A., Lieutenant-General Commanding U. S. Army.
Mentioned........

....... 13, 15, 22, 42,
Report of ........
Miles, Perry L., Captain, 14th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned ..
Miley, Fort, California. Expenditures for construction .......
Military Academy

Condition and discipline...
Hazing, decadence of ......

Recommendation for improvement ...
Military Affairs, House Committee on.

Duties of inspectors and adjutants general contrasted
Reasons for keeping departments separate...

161
Report on consolidation of Inspector-General's and Adjutant-General's
departments ...........

161
Military Attachés.

List of, at American embassies and legations abroad
Pay and allowances ...

Selection of, from graduates of service schools.
Military Departments. In Cuba, discontinued ..
Military Establishment.
Act to increase efficiency of permanent ....

............ 88–96
Conduct of........
Military Events. Chronological record of, in Philippine Islands.......

54
Military Garrisons. Prohibition of sale of intoxicants at, effect on ....
Military Geographical Departments. Territorial limits of ...

33-34
Military Governor, Philippine Islands. See Philippine Islands.
Military Information Division, War Department.

Details in, of service-school graduates.....
Documents, important, treatment and care ..
Gallery, restricted quarters for.......
Map section, work of...
Officers, detailed on, and relieved from, duty in...
Pan-American Exposition, exhibit at..
Photographic rooms, work of....

War album, work on......
Military Justice, failure of ......
Military Notes. From United Service Magazine. See Inspector-Generals

Department.

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Military operations.

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Difficulty attending .......

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Lack of transportation for, in Philippine Islands........
Military posts.

Number of towns canvassed by officers........
Recruiting at.
Water supply ................

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Military Problem.
Advantage of correct military methods prevailing from first....

176
American.........................

176
Military reservations. Purchase of land in Porto Rico for .......
Military Road, Trans-Alaskan, work on..
Military Schools and Colleges, Instruction in.

Corrections needed in details.
Detail of retired officers at ....
Development of .

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Military element, extent of in curriculum ......
Military Service. Persons in, respect for laws and conduct of.
Military Stations.

Care and preservation of........
Near Indian reservations, restraining influence .....

Selection of permanent ..
Militia. Detail of officers to instruct and inspect ........
Miller, Crosby P., Major, Quartermaster's Department, Chief Quartermast

Division of the Philippines. Summary of report ......
Miller, Myron C., Private, Co. B, 9th U. S. Infantry. Missing at Tientsin,

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Miller, Samuel W., Major, 46th Infantry, U. S. V. (Captain, 5th U. S. Infan-

try), Acting Inspector-General, 2d District, Department South-
ern Luzon. Mentioned.......

......
Miller, Dr., Scientist. Mentioned ............

158
Mills, Albert L., Colonel, Superintendent Cadets (Captain, 1st U.S. Cavalry),

Military Academy. Mentioned ...
Mills, Morrell M., 2d Lieutenant, 5th U. S. Artillery. Mentioned ........ 35
Mills, Samuel M., Lieutenant-Colonel, Artillery Corps, U. S. A., Acting

Inspector-General, Provost-Marshal Brigade, Philippine Islands.
Mentioned ......

.................. 178, 182
Mills, Stephen C., Lieutenant-Colonel, Inspector-General, U. S. A. In-

spector-General, Division of the Philippines. Mentioned. 153, 177, 180
Mindanao and Jolo, Department of.

Activity of troops in......

Territorial limits of.......
Miners' claims, Indian reservations. Solidity and justice of..
Mines, Artillery School of. Establishment recommended ..
Mining defenses.

Importance and operation of ..

Property needed, accounting for.....
Minnesota, State of. Volunteers recruited from.
Mississippi, State of. Volunteers recruited from ......
Missoula, Fort, Montana. Inspection of.
Conditions and accommodations...

263
Garrison at.......

260, 261, 263
Location and supply facilities ... ....

263
Repairs at ...

262
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Missouri, Department of the.

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Commanding General, report of.
Administration..

256
Cavalry bit, improvement of .......

256
Erroneous notion about drill prevalent in Army.

255
Indians-

Condition of war prisoners at Fort Sill... ............. 67, 256

Snake Indian outlaws, intimidating and terrorizing settlers ..... 256
Instruction, practical and theoretical .. .....

........ 67, 252-255
Movement of troops ...
Organizations .......

252, 255
Service schools, reestablishment...

256
Soldiers excused from drill or exercise...

255
Inspection of posts and commands in ....
Service schools

Instruction of officers........
Reestablishment of at Forts Leavenworth and Riley recom-

mended .........
Summary of report ..........

Water supply, expensive and unsatisfactory.
Territorial limits of......
Missouri, State of. Volunteers recruited from ...
Moale, Edward, Colonel, 15th U.S. Infantry. Mentioned..
Monaghan, William, Major, Paymaster, U. S. V. Mentioned ......
Money, Public. See Inspector-Generals Department.
Monroe, Fort, Virginia.

Cadets to be sent to, for instructions in seacoast gunnery......
Condition, etc..........

242
Equipment as typical artillery post..

234
Improved water system needed for ..
Montana College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts. Noncompliance

with law............
Moore, James M., Colonel, Quartermaster's Department, U. S. A., Chief

Quartermaster, Department of the East Expenditures for

buildings at new posts ....
Moore, Mr., Storekeeper, Shoshone Agency. Mentioned .......

............. 271
Moret, Gustave, 1st Lieutenant, Assistant Surgeon, Porto Rico Regiment.
Mentioned..........

...............
Morgan, Fort, Alabama. Condition, etc...............

240
Morgan, George H., Major, 46th Infantry, U. S. V. (Captain, 3d U.S. Cav-

alry), Acting Inspector-General, Department of Southern Luzon.
Mentioned............

............. 178, 183
Moriarty, Dennis, Corporal, Co. G, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China.........

201
Morris, David, Private, Co. H, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tientsin,
China ...

201
Morrison, John, jr., 1st Lieutenant, 4th U. S. Cavalry. Killed in action .. 80
Moses, Andrew, 1st Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A.
Mentioned.........

.................... 128, 292
Report of..
..............

299
Mosquito. Kerosene oil used to prevent breeding ...
Mott, T. Bentley, Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A., Military Attaché,
American Embassy, Paris, France. Mentioned ..

44
Mounted escorts. Remarks on........

193

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285

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