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Paymaster-General's Omce:

Clerical force, 901.
Periodicals and newspapers for enlisted men, 355.
Personnel of Quartermaster's Department, 419.
Philadelphia depot, repairs and improvements,

269.
Philippines:

Army transport service, 298.
Barracks and quarters for troops, 61.
Cable operations, 1025.
Casualties, 68.
Clothing, receipts and disposition, 336.
Colors for native chiefs, 325.
Construction, 383.
Convicts and destitutes, issue of subsistence

supplies to, 434.
Dates of sailing of transports and troops, 66.
Forage and straw, 428.
Fuel purchased in, 428.
Gutta-percha, growth of, 1025.
Health of Army, 668.
Horses, mules, wagons, etc., shipped to, 425.
Issue of subsistence to enlisted men, 470.
Leprosy, 778.
Mails and cable, 59.
Medical department, reduction of expenses,

174.
Military forces in, 68.
Military telegraph lines and cables, 1007.
Native labor, 168.
Operations of subsistence Department, 445.
Quartermaster's operations, 274.
Riding horses for mounting infantry, 427.
Shelter for troops, 386.
Signal Corps, operations in, 158, 928, 1007.
Storehouses, 61.
Subsistence Department, operations of, 445.
Subsistence stores, list of, 184.
Tropical diseases.

Waterhouse-Forbes' sterilizers, 409.
Philippines, Division of the, headquarters flag,

325.
Philippine Scouts, 13.
Plum Island, New York, acquisition of land, 402.
Porto Rico:

Clothing, receipts and disposition, 336.
Construction, 383.
Forage and straw, 428.
Military telegraph lines, 1000.
Reduction of posts, 273.

Signal Corps, operations, 927.
Porto Rico Regiment, 13.
Post commissary-sergeants, 472, 481.
Post exchanges, receipts and expenditures, 38.
Post quartermaster-sergeants, 278, 414.
Presidio, San Francisco, Cal.:

General hospital improvements, 172, 269.

Road at, 269, 388.
Printing and binding, Quartermaster-General's

Office, cost of, 355.
Prisoners, clothing for discharged, 311.
Property hired by Quartzrmaster's Department,

389.
Property inspections, Appendix E, 238.
Providence Hospital, treatment of patients, 550.
Ptomaine poisoning, 712.
Pulmonary tuberculosis, 551.

Pumps, tanks, etc., for Alaska, 410.
Purchases at general depots, 424.
Quartermaster depots, inspection, 165.
Quartermaster-General:

Annual report, 253.
Claims under act July 4, 1864, 355.
Contracts, 423.
Mail and record division, 354.
Miscellaneous claims and accounts, 354.
Money accounts, 353.
Purchases at general depots, 424.

Regular supplies, 423.
Quartermaster-General's Omce:

Civilian employees, 279.
Clerical force, 327,416.

Financial operations, 342.
Quartermasters, muster out, 416.
Quartermaster's Department:

Civilian employees, 279, 415.
Details of officers for duty in, 278, 414.
Duties, 256.
Financial statement, 255.
General depots, 270.
Inspection of supplies, 259.
Personnel, 277,412, 419.

Property hired by, 389.
Quartermaster supplies:

Return of to States and Territories, 310.

Returns of, 353.
Ration, army, 469.
Ration, emergency, 469, 484.
Rations, allied forces in China, 529.
Record and Pension Omce:

Additional space required, 1112.
Annual report, Chief of, 1083.
Cases received and disposed of, 1085.
Clerical force, 1116.
Codification of rules of practice, 1098.
Distribution of war records, 1107.
Index record card work, 1101.
Legislation relative to publication of war

records, 1117.
Publication of war records, 1103.
Records-Spanish war and Philippine insur-

rection, 1100.
Revolutionary war and war of 1812 records,

1102.
Recruiting depots, inspection of, 178.
Recruiting service, 38.
Recruits, medical examination, 606.
Refrigerating plant, Manila, 270, 409.
Regular supplies:

Allotments from, 377.

Quartermaster's Department, 423.
Remains, removal of, 356, 360.
Remuster of volunteers, 1086.
Reservations, disposition of, 269.
Respiratory organs, diseases of, 713.
Retirement of clerks, 901,
Retirements:

Pay department, 905.

With increased rank, 62.
Returns of quartermaster supplies, 353.
Revolutionary war records, 1102.
Roadways:

Mound City, Ill., 357.
National cemeteries, 276.
Newbern, N. C., 357.

Room space, Commissary-General's Office, 473.
Roster:

Post commissary-sergeants, 481.

Subsistence Department, 477.
St. Asaph, Va., depot, 165, 271, 425.
St. Louis, Mo., depot, 166.
Sales of condemned stores and property, 436.
Sales of subsistence stores, 435.
San Antonio Arsenal, 176.
Sandy Hook proving ground, N. J., 177.
San Francisco, Cal., depot, 165, 169.
Sanitation, 674.
San Juan, P. R.:

Reduction of number of employees, 167.

Subsistence depot, 169.
Scarlet fever, 704.
School-teachers, Cuban, subsistence, 435.
Schuylkill Arsenal:

Additional office room, 165.

Repairs and improvements, 269.
Screven, Fort, acquisition of land, 403.
Seacoast Artillery, fire-control system, 919.
Seacoast lands, acquisition of, 269, 400.
Seacoast posts, electric lighting, 270.
Seattle, Wash., 270.
Signal Corps.

Appropriations and allotments, 1064.
Automobiles, 950.
Commendation of, 938.
Disbursing and property department, 938.
Enlisted men, 910.
Estimates, 938.
Exhibit at Pan-American Exposition, 1080.
Experimental work, 936.
Land telegraph lines, 932.
Military telegraph lines-

In Cuba, 986.

In Porto Rico, 1000.
Officers of, 1061.
Operations

Alaska, 921, 951.
China, 924, 959.
Cuba, 924.
Department of California, 1071.
Department of the Colorado, 1077.
Department of the East, 1075.
Department of Texas, 1069.
Fort Myer, Va., 948.
Philippines, 168, 928, 1007, 1025, 1019.

Porto Rico, 927.
Reorganization, 910.
Supply depots, 918.
Telegrapic construction trans-Alaskan mili-

tary road, 955.

Volunteer officers, 1062.
Signal Corps exhibit, Pan-American Exposition,

937.
Signal Corps post, Fort Myer, Va., 920.
Signal instruction, military departments, 919.
Signal omce, auditing division, 1068.
Signal officers, volunteer, 939.
Soldiers, disabled, appliances for, 550.
Soldiers, indigent, burial of, 356.
Soldiers' Home, District of Columbia, remarks on

inspection of, 144.
Spanish war records, 1100.

Staff details, 34.
States and Territories, return of quartermaster

supplies to, 310.
Sterilizers:

China, 410.

Philippines, 409.
Storehouses, 61.
Subsistence:

China, allied forces in, 529.
Condemnation of, Appendix F, 238.
Destitute miners, 469.
Disposition of, 471.
Enlisted men, Philippines, during conrales

cence, 470.
Funds held for disbursement, 470.
Galveston storm sufferers, 468.
Guam, deported prisoners, 468.
Inventory and inspection table, Appendix F,

238.
Issues, 434.
Losses, 436.
Miscellaneous issues, 434.
Sale of, 435.

Sales in field, 469.
Subsistence Department:

Bakers, 472.
Casualties, 479.
Cooks, training school for, 472.
Financial statement, resources and expendi-

tures, 475.
Officers of, 473.
Roster, 477.

Roster of post commissary-sergeants, 481.
Subsistence reports, 143.
Sullivans Island, South Carolina, acquisition of

land, 401.
Supplies, inspection of, 259.
Supplies and animals, transportation, 296.
Supply depots, 270.
Surgeon-General:

Annual report, 511.
Contract surgeons, employment of, 573.
Financial statement, 513.
General remarks and recommendations, 847.
Medical statistics, Tables I to V, and In

national Tables I, III, VI, and VII, 854.
Surgeon-General's Omce:

Clerical force, 851.

Library, 570.
Surgeons, contract, employment, 573.
Tables:

Army, monthly strength and losses, C, facing

64-3.
Army, organization, service, and strength of

volunteers, with losses, D, facing 64-4.
Army, strength of, by divisions and depart-

ments, B, facing 64-2.
Army, strength of with losses, A, facing, 64-1.

Medical statistics, 854.
Tanks, pumps, etc., for Alaska, 410.
Target funds, allotments, 387.
Telegraph accounts, 284,
Telegraph and cipher bureau, White House, 937,

1058.
Telegraphic code, War Department, 936.
Telegraphic construction, trans-Alaskan military

road, 955.

Telegraph lines, United States, 945.
Telegraph lines and cables, military, 917.
Telegraphy, wireless, 947.
Telephone systems, post and fire-control, 947.
Tents:

For flood and fire sufferers, 259, 326,327,

Khaki-colored, 326.
Terry, Fort, N. Y., acquisition of land, 402.
Time service and cables, Cuba, 927.
Totten, Fort, engineer depot, 177.
Training-school cooks, 472.
Trans-Alaskan military road, telegraphic con

struction, 955.
Transportation:

Accounts and claims, 283.
Amount furnished, 283.
Land and water, 261.

Means of, statement of cost, 436.
Transports:

Coal for, 427.
Dates of sailing, 66, 295.
Inspection of, Appendix C, 204.

Repairs, 297.
Triscornia military railway, 166, 272.
Troops:

Barracks and quarters for, 61.
Movement of, 25.

Principal movements of, during the year, 284,
Tropical diseases in Philippines, investigation of,

740.
Trusses, 550.
Typhoid fever, 705.
Uniforms, 61, 313.
United States General Hospital for treatment of

pulmonary tuberculosis, at Fort Bayard, N.

Mex., 551.
United States Penitentiary, Fort Leavenworth,

inspection, 180.

Universities, colleges, etc., information pertaining

to, Appendix B, 192.
Varicocele in recruits, 608.
Venereal diseases, 709.
Vessels, number owned by Quartermaster's De-

partment, 286.
Volunteers:

Discharge of, 13.
Discipline, 20.
Medals of honor, 1087.
Medical examination, 17.
Medical officers of, 573.
Muster out, 18, 902.
Organization, service, and strength of, with

losses, Table D, facing 64-4.

Remuster, 1086.
Volunteer signal officers, 939, 1062.
Wagons, cost of, 426.
Wagons, etc., purchase of, 260.
War College, organization of, 35.
War Department telegraphic code, 936.
War of 1812, records, 1102.
War records. (See Record and Pension Office.)
Washington, D. C., depot, 166.
Waterhouse-Forbes sterilizers, 409.
Water systems, installation of, 411.
Water transportation, 151.
Wells, deep, sinking of, 411.
West Point, N. Y. (See Military Academy.)
White House telegraph and cipher bureau, 937,

1058.
Wireless telegraphy, 947.
Wood purchased in Philippines, 428.
Worden, Fort, Wash., acquisition of land, 403.
Yellow fever:

Decrease, 706.
Etiology and prevention, 714.
Inoculation through bite of mosquito, 721.

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