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Inspector-General's Department—Continued.

Page.
Inspector-General, Report of-Continued.
Ration-
Improvement of..

141
Superiority of, to that of other armies..

146
Signal Corps, work of

149
Soldiers, American-
Comparison with foreign....

149
Impression of foreign officers regarding :

149
Soldiers, discharged, appointment of, to Government positions

141
Special Service Schools

173
Army regulations, amendment of, so as to permit inspections by
Inspector-General's Department.

173
Engineer School, condition and lack of instructors.

173
Inspections, how made, and benefits..

173
Subsistence Department-
Cheap cans used for canning goods

157
Commendation of

146, 156, 157
Fresh beef in Philippine Islands.

156, 157
Frozen beef, use of, extended..

156, 157
Native cattle, diminishing supply.

156, 157
Rinderpest, prevalence of....

156, 157
Stores condemned, excessive....

156, 157
Supplies furnished, quality and quantity of

156, 157
Transportation facilities, improvement of

156, 157
Transportation, means of, in Philippine Islands. Condition, suffi-
ciency, and suitability of...

153
Troops, discipline of

141
Inspectors-General, Acting, duties of..

182
Inspectors-General of Volunteers. Assignments, etc

184-186
Officers of, changes, appointments, stations, etc..

180—186
Reports of Inspectors-General and Acting Inspectors-General, extracts
from

187-197
Staff details for..
Summary of work done by officers of

177-179
Vacancies in, how filled

108
Instruction.

Artillery. See Artillery School and Cavalry and Field Artillery School.
At military colleges

65
Camps for regular troops and national guard

73
Hindrance to

65, 68
Of Army

144, 145, 192, 193, 246, 250, 252, 253, 259, 262, 272, 273
- See Service Schools, Officers, Enlisted men.
Insurgents.
Casualties among-

54
Ordnance and ordnance stores captured from..

54
Interior Department.
Fort Sherman, Idaho, transferred to..

275
Interior, Secretary of.
Power in re Indian supplies

270
Intoxicants. Prohibition of sale of, in canteen, effect

9
Iowa, State of. Volunteers recruited from .

31
Irons, James A., Major of Infantry, Inspector-General, Department of Colo-
rado. Mentioned.

177, 181

44, 45

Page.
Irwin, David A., Captain, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned

81
Jackson Barracks, Louisiana. Condition, etc

240
Jackson, Harry F., 1st Lieut., Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned

287
Jackson, Henry, Colonel, 3d U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned..

79
Jackson, Sherman E., Corporal, Co. D, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at
Tientsin, China

201
Jameson, Clyde J., Private, Co. G, 9th U. S. Infantry. Killed at Tientsin,
China ...

201
Japan. Deaths of American soldiers in.

20
Japanese soldiers.
Method of packing

60
Superiority of, over other.

200
Jarvis, Nathan S., Captain, Medical Department, U. S. A. Mentioned.... 79
Jefferson Barracks, Missouri.
Troops at

252
Volunteers organized at..

33
Jenkins, Albert G., 1st Lieut., Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned. 107
Jervey, Henry, Captain, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A. Mentioned

77
Johnston, William H., Major, 46th Infantry, U.S. V. (Capt., 16th U. S. Inf.),

Acting Inspector-General, Department Southern Luzon.
Clothing and equipments

189, 191, 195
Company laundries...

190
Foreign service, scheme for adjustment..

205
Mentioned..

148, 151, 152, 160, 178, 183
Mounted escorts...

193
Officers, civil duties of.

188
Jones, Thaddeus W., Lieut. Colonel 48th Infantry, U. S. V. (Maj., 13th

Cavalry), Acting Inspector-General, Department of California.
Mentioned..

178, 182, 261
Jordan, Sidney S., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned.

107
“Jottings from South Africa.” Extracts from..

228
Judge-Advocate-General's Department.
Casualties among officers.

22
Justice, administration

139
Vacancies in, appointments.

108
Juhl, Albert, Corporal, Co. H, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tientsin,
China.

201
Jumper, Ulysses S., Private, Co. C, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at
Tientsin, China .

201
Kansas, State of. Volunteers recruited from

31
Karnes, William L., 1st Lieutenant, 6th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned.

202
Kastner, Albert, Private, Battery K, 7th U. S. Artillery. Mentioned..

155
Katie Hemrich (General Van Vliet), U. S. transport. Mentioned..... 276
Kean, Jefferson R., Major, Surgeon, U. S. A. Superintendent of charities
for Cuba. Mentioned

287
Keene, Henry C., jr., Captain, 24th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned

76
Keller, Charles, Colonel, 23d U.S. Infantry. Mentioned

80
Kennedy, David J., Private, Co. D, 9th U.S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China..

201
Kennedy, John, 2d Lieutenant, Signal Officer, U.S. V. Mentioned....

81
Kendrick, Frederick M. H., Major, 7th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned

79
Kentucky, State of. Volunteers recruited from..

31

39, 76

36, 76

tioned.

Keogh, Fort, Montana.

Page.
Construction at, and allotment for repairs...

261, 265
Fire at.....

262
Inspection of post and garrison, and accommodations at.

262, 264, 265
Necessity for retention of

265
Troops at.

260, 261
Kerr, John B., Lieutenant-Colonel, 9th U. S. Cavalry. Military Attaché,
American Embassy, Berlin, Germany

44
Keyes, Allen C., 2d Lieutenant, 14th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned

291
Key West Barracks, Florida. Condition, etc

241
Key West, Florida. Artillery District of

130
Kilian, Julius N., Captain, Subsistence Department, U. S. A. Mentioned. 291
Kilpatrick, U. S. transport. Mentioned..

36, 37, 38, 40, 76, 77
King, Charles, Brigadier-General, U. S. V. (Captain, retired, U. S. A.)
Mentioned .....

175
King, Loda B., Private, Co. G, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tientsin,
China

201
Kintuck, U. S. transport. Mentioned
Kirkman, Joel T., Lieutenant-Colonel, 18th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned

79
Kline, Jacob, Colonel, 21st U. S. Infantry. Mentioned
Knox, Thomas T., Lieutenant-Colonel, Inspector-General, U. S. A. Men-
tioned

177, 180
Koontz, Howard M., 1st Lieutenant, 44th Infantry, U. S. V. Killed...... 81
Kotzebue Sound, Alaska. Destitute condition of natives.

281
Krause, William, Captain, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned

81
Krebs, Loyd Le R., 1st Lieutenant, Medical Department, U. S. A. Men-

291
Kuskokwim River Country, Alaska.
Casualties among prospectors....

281
Difficulty of access to.....

280
Rich strikes on, erroneous rumor of

280
Kvarven, U. S. transport. Mentioned..

67, 276, 277
Lainé, Damaso T., Major, Surgeon, U. S. V. Mentioned

287
Lakes, Department of.
Commanding General, report of..

249
Buildings, repair and construction....

250
Civil laws, enforcement, use of U. S. troops

250
Colleges, Military. See Colleges.
Deserters, increase in captured

65
Desertions, increase in...

250
Duties of commanding general and staff.

249, 250
Increased rank, retirement of officers with

65
Inspection of posts and commands....

137, 249
Instruction, practical and theoretical

65, 250
Movements of troops

250
Prisoners, military, accommodation for

65
Strength of command..

249
Supply departments, expenditures.

250
Territorial limits of..

34
Water supply and sewerage system ...

65
Lancaster, James M., Lieutenant-Colonel, 3d U. S. Artillery. Mentioned.. 80
Land Transportation in Philippine Islands.
Report of officer in charge, summary

57
American mules and horses, health.

57

Land Transportation in Philippine Islands—Continued.

Page.
Report of officer in charge, summary-Continued.
Chinese labor in Philippine Islands, no necessity for....

57
Friendly feeling between natives and American labor.

57
Native labor, capacity of......

57
Teamsters and packers, character of

57
Lane, Rufus H., Captain, U. S. Marine Corps. Mentioned..

77
Lang, Frederick R., 2d Lieutenant, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded in action. 201
Lassiter, William, Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned... 292, 293
Laundries, Company.
Benefits of, and cost per man.

190
Establishment and conduct.

190
Lawton, Fort, Washington. Construction work at..

66, 275
Lawton, Henry W., Major-General, U.S. V. Mentioned.

169
Lawton, Louis B., 1st Lieutenant, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China.....

201
Lawton, U. S. transport. Mentioned...

37, 38, 39, 76, 77, 277
Leather in equipments. Remarks of Inspectors-General as to..

191, 192
Leavenworth, Fort, Kansas.
Conditions at ..

256
Reestablishment of service school

67, 174, 175
Regiments organized at..

255
Troops at

252
Leavenworth, Fort, Military Prison. Loss to Army, effect of..

250
Lee, Fitzhugh, Brigadier-General, U. S. V. Final 'report, Department of
Western Cuba

288
Mentioned.

5, 79, 253
Lee, Jesse M., Lieutenant-Colonel, 6th U. S. Infantry. (Formerly Major

9th U. S. Infantry.)
China Relief Expedition-
Detailed and announced as Inspector-General

198
Report on.

198-200
Indian troubles, report of investigation..

268
Complaints of Indians and cause of dissatisfaction

271
Interview with H. G. Nickerson

268
Interview with Indians...

269
Powers of Indian Agent

271
Sun Dance, prohibition..

271
Troops, use of, to enforce police regulations.

271
Infantry and Cavalry School, report of..

289
See Infantry and Cavalry School.
Mentioned......

149, 178, 184, 198, 199, 252, 255
Recommended for bravery

18
Lee, Walter H., 2d Lieutenant, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A. Killed in action. 80
Leefe, John G., Lieutenant-Colonel, 30th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned...... 79
Leelanaw, U. S. transport. Mentioned...

36, 76
Legal System. Habeas corpus .ntroduced into, of Cuba.

62
Legations of the United States. Military attachés at.

44
Lennox, U. S. transport Mentioned
Lenz Canteen.
Commended

160
Recommended for trial in field.

192
Leonard Frank M., Corporal, Co. F, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at
Tientsin, China

201

40

Page.
Lepers. Number under treatment

59
“Lessons of the South African and China Wars.” Extracts from

228
Libraries, Post. Conduct of ...

148
Lieber, G. Norman, Brigadier-General, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned..

79
Lieber, William A., 1st Lieutenant, 24th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned.

80
Lincoln, Fort, Alaska. Water supply and sewer system, excavations for.. 261
Lincoln, Sumner H., Colonel, 10th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned .....

35, 252
Lippincott, Aubrey, 1st Lieutenant, 14th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned. 265, 268, 269
Liscum, Emerson H., Colonel, 9th U. S. Infantry.
Killed at Tientsin, China.

201
Mentioned...

18
Liscum, Fort, Alaska. Supplies for

66
Livermore, William R., Lieutenant-Colonel, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.,

Military Attaché, American Legation at Copenhagen, Den-
mark, and Stockholm, Sweden. Mentioned

44
Lockwood, John A., Captain, 4th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned..

79
Loeffler, Charles D. A., Captain, Quartermaster's Department, U. S. A.
Mentioned

79
Logan, Fort, Colorado. Troops at.

265
Logan, U. S. transport. Mentioned.

32, 35, 37, 38, 39, 76, 77, 201
London, England. Military Attaché at American Embassy

44
Lott, Abraham G., 1st Lieut., 8th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned. 290, 291, 299
Loud, James M., 2d Lieutenant, 7th U. S. Infantry. Commended..

278
Lovering, Leonard A., Major, 29th U.S. Infantry, Acting Inspector-General,

Division of the Philippines. Mentioned..... 156, 178, 184, 189
Ludington, Marshall I., Brigadier-General, Quartermaster-General, U. S. A.
Mentioned..

39
Ludlow, William, Brigadier-General, U. S. A. Mentioned.

80
Luttrell, Walter McM., Acting Indian Agent, Mescalero Agency, New
Mexico. Mentioned

266
Lyceums. See Officers' Lyceums.
Lyceum Work. Necessity and value of ...

174
Lynch, John R., Captain, Pay Department, U. S. A. Mentioned..

287
Lyon, LeRoy S., 1st Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned.. 293
MacArthur, Arthur, Major-General U. S. V., commanding Division of the

Philippines.
Extracts from report of.

53-54
Mentioned....

5, 26, 54
See Philippines, Division of.
Macartney, J. M., Major, British Army. Cavalry training..

21-26
Macdonald, Sir J. H. A., Colonel, K. C. B., Brigadier-General, British Army.
“Infantry in a New Century”

229-231
Mentioned...

232
Macfeely, Robert, Brigadier-General, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned...

81
Mackenzie, Fort, Wyoming.
Movements of troops

261
Sewerage system

273
•Troops at.

265
Water supply.

154, 197, 273
Macklin, James E., Major, 11th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned..

35, 39, 77
Magee, Francis J., Private, Co. F., 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China

201

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