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For the Philippine Department: The commanding officer, Manila Ordnance Depot, Manila, P. I.
For the Hawaiian Department: The ordnance officer, Hawaiian Department, Honolulu, Hawaii.
All eligible officers stationed within the geographical limits of a department who desire to take the examination should make application to the commanding general thereof, who is authorized to issue the necessary orders.
[2332639, A. G. 0.] III.-By direction of the President, paragraph 2, General Orders, No. 74, War Department, 1913, as amended by Paragraph IV, General Orders, No. 86, War Department, 1914, and by Paragraph III, General Orders, No. 7, War Department, 1915, relating to the selection of serge t-instructors for uty with the Organized Militia, is further amended so as to authorize the following additions of sergeants to the enlisted strength of the Army in place of those provided for therein: Five each to the 30, 4th, 6th, 7th, 9th, 11th, 12th, 14th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 220, 230, 26th, 28th, and 30th Regiments of Infantry; and eight each to the 1st, 3d, 4th, 5th and 6th Regiments of Field Artillery.
[2054433 G-A. G. O.) IV--Section (c) 1, paragraph 22, General Orders, No. 70, War Department, April 22, 1910, publishing regulations governing garrison schools for officers, is amended to read as follows:
1. Coast Artillery Drill Regulations: Chapters I, II, IV, V, VI, XV, XVI, XXIII, XXV, XXVI.
[2335094, A. G. 0.] BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR :
H. L. SCOTT,
Major General, Chief of Staff. OFFICIAL: H. P. MCCAIN,
The Adjutant General.
WAR DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON, November 8, 1915.
I.-General Orders, No. 154, War Department, 1911, is rescinded and the following is substituted therefor:
The following regulations governing the several schools for bakers and cooks as authorized in Tables of Organization, are announced :
1. The commanding officers of the posts where schools for bakers and cooks are located, under the direction of department commanders, will be the commandants of the schools at their respective posts.
2. The commandant of each school, under the direction of the department commander concerned, will arrange the program of instruction as to subjects, textbooks, and allotment of time, will prescribe the character and scope of examinations, and will have final determination of all questions of proficiency.
3. The enlisted instruction personnel at each of the several schools for bakers and cooks will consist of
a. A permanent school detachment; the enlisted faculty.
TABLE OF INSTRUCTION PERSONNEL.
a. The enlisted faculty.
One senior instructor
Supervisor of instruction ; baking and cooking.
master Corps, and extra-duty pay of $1 per day. One chief instructor in baking, garrison and field
Expert on processes of fermentation, pastry, and bread
making. To have the rank of sergeant, Quartermaster Corps,
and extra-duty pay of $1 per day.
One chief instructor in cooking, garrison and field
Expert in handling the Army ration in garrison and
field to best advantages. To have the rank of sergeant, Quartermaster Corps,
and extra-duty pay of $1 per day.
Able to replace the chief instructor in baking.
and extra-duty pay of 50 cents per day. One instructor in cooking, garrison and field
Able to replace the chief instructor in cooking.
and extra-duty pay of 50 cents per day. One instructor in mess accounts and arithmetic
Acting first sergeant, quartermaster sergeant, and
clerk to the school detachment and attached student
personnel; keeper of all records and accounts. To have the rank of sergeant, Quartermaster Corps,
and extra-duty pay of 50 cents per day. Total, 6.
b. The temporary personnel. Assistant instructors (assigned from time to time in such numbers and to such duty as the particular school needs may require)
To assist in instruction under the guidance and super
vision of the enlisted faculty. To be obtained from the following sources: (1) From members of the bakery companies (cooks
and bakers) attached to and utilized as, but not forming a part of, the permanent instruction personnel of the schools, but to be subject to duty with the bakery company whenever as
sembled. To have the rank of their grade. (2) From noncommissioned officers, pursuing the mess
sergeants' course of four months during the last month of that course. To have the rank of
their grade. 4. The term of each school will be four months; provided, that enlisted men of previous experience or of marked abil. ity may, when deemed proficient by the officer in charge, be graduated after three months instruction, and provided further, that enlisted inen who are unable to qualify within the
four months, but who have nevertheless demonstrated their fitness for the work, may be retained for additional instruction for a period not to exceed one month.
5. The course of theoretical and practical instruction will be conducted by the officer in charge of each school, who will submit to the commandant thereof an annual report not later than July 20 regarding the progress and needs of the school.
6. The commandant of each school will submit to The Adjutant General of the Army, through military channels, not later than August 31 of each year, a report regarding the progress and needs of the school.
7. The classes under instruction will be composed of enlisted men specially recommended by the organization, coast defense or regimental commanders, who have had at least one year's service and who have not less than two years of the minimum active term to serve, or who, having less than that time to serve, have signified in writing their intention to reenlist. Enlisted men who have only a short time to serve and who have not signified their intention to reenlist will not be recommended for detail. In no case will men be selected whose enlistments or terms of active service expire during the school course.
8. The enlisted men recommended must be of excellent character and in good physical condition. They must not show a positive reaction on a Wasserman test or be suffering from a communicable disease of any nature. They must be well grounded in reading, writing, and arithmetic, and must be men who have expressed a willingness to accept the detail. In the cases of enlisted men who may be selected for these details and sent to the school and who prove themselves to be manifestly unfit for such service, the officer recommending their detail will be called on to justify his recommendation.
9. There will be simultaneously under instruction in each school four classes of bakers and four classes of cooks, a new class of each to enter on the fifteenth of every month.
10. An organization, coast defense, or regimental commander desiring to enter a soldier in one of these training schools will make application for the privilege through military channels to his department commander. Applications may be forwarded at any time.
11. Regimental commanders will take proper steps to have at least one graduate baker available with each regiment.