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in the case of the death or other constitutional disability of the President. The person having the greatest number of votes as Vice-President shall be the VicePresident, if such number be a majority of the whole number of electors appointed, and if no person have a majority, then from the two highest numbers on the list the Senate shall choose the Vice-President; a quorum for the purpose shall consist of two-thirds of the whole number of Senators, and a majority of the whole num. ber shall be necessary to a choice. But no person constitutionally ineligible to the office of President shall be eligible to that of Vice-President of the United States. ARTICLE XIII.-(Proposed by Congress February 1, 1865; ratification an
nounced by Secretary of State, December 16. 1865.) Section 1. Amendments Fol- Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punish: lowing Civil War, ment for crime, whereof the party shall have been duly con
victed, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
Sec. 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation,
ARTICLE XIV.-(Proposed by Congress June 16, 1866; ratification announced by Secretary of State, July 25, 1868.) Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the United States, and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States, nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty or prop erty without due process of law, nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
Sec. 2. Representatives shall be apportioned among the several States according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons in each State, excluding Indians not taxed. But when the right to vote at any election for the choice of electors for President and Vice-President of the United States, Representatives in Congress, the executive and judicial officers of a State, or the members of the legislature thereof, is denied to any of the male inhabitants of such State, being twenty-one years of age, and citizens of the United States, or in any way abridged, except for participation in rebellion or other crime, the basis of representation therein shall be reduced in the proportion which the number of male citizens shall bear to the whole number of male citizens twenty-one years of ago in such Staté.
Sec. 3. No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President or Vice-President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any State, who, having previously taken an oath as member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any State Legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any State, to support the Constitution of the United States, shali have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof; but Congress may, by a vote of two-thirds of each house, remove such disability.
(Note.-On June 7, 1898, President McKinley approved of an act of Congress which declared that "the disabilities imposed by Section 3, XIVth Amendment of the Constitution, heretofore incurred, are hereby removed.")
Sec. 4.-The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing the insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned. But neither the United States nor any State shall assume or pay any debt or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion against the United States, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of any slave; but all such debts, obligations and claims shall be held illegal and void.
Sec. 5. The Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.
ARTICLE XV.-- (Proposed by Congress February 27, 1869; ratification announced by Secretary of State, March 30, 1870.) Section 1. The right of the citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color or previous condition of servitude. Sec. 2 Congress shall have
power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation,
THE PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION LAW. The Presidential succession is fixed by Chapter 1 of the acts of the XLIXth Congress, first session. In case of the removal, death, resignation or inability of both the President and Vice-President, then the Secretary of State shall act as President until the disability of the President or Vice-President is removed or a President is elected. If there be no Secretary of State, then the Secretary of the Treasury will act, and the remainder of the order of succession is as follows: The Secretary of War, Attorney-General, Postmaster-General Secretary of the Navy and Secretary of the Interior. The Acting President must, upon taking office, convene Congress, if not at the time in session, in extraordinary session, giving twenty days' notice. This act applies only to such Cabinet officers as shali have been appointed by the advice and consent of the Senate, and are eligible under the Constitution to the Presidency.
The act of Congress raising the Department of Agriculture to the rank of an executive department and giving its head a seat in the President's Cabinet, and the act creating the Department of Commerce and Labor were both passed subBequently to the Presidential succession act. By intention or inadvertenco Congress did not extend the provisions of the succession act to these two additional Cabinet officers. There is no warrant for considering the Secretary of Agriculture and the Secretary of Commerce and Labor as in the line of succession. But no judicial interpretation has yet been made of the provisions of the Succession Law and of the acts creating the eighth and ninth executive departments
THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
THE EXECUTIVE. PRESIDENT
THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York VICE-PRESIDENT
.CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, of Indiana SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT.
WILLIAM LOEB, Jr., of New-York
THE CABINET. SECRETARY OF STATE..
ELIHU ROOT. of New York SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
..LESLIE M. SHAW, of Iowa SECRETARY OF WAR.
...WILLIAM H. TAKT, of Ohio ATTORNEY GENERAL...
"CHARLES J. BONAPARTE, of Maryland POSTMASTER GENERAL.
......GEORGE B. CORTELYOU, of New-York SECRETARY OF THE NAVY.
3 VICTOR H. METCALF, of California SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR. .ETHAN ALLEN HITCHCOCK, of Missouri SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE.
JAMES WILSON, of lowa SECRETARY OF COMMERCE AND LABOR......-OSCAR S. STRAUS, of New York
[The salary of the President is $50,000 a year; the salary of the Vice-President and of each of the members of the Cabinet is $8,000 a year, the Secretary to the President receives $,000 a year.)
DEPARTMENT OF STATE. SECRETARY OF STATE..........
......ELIAU ROOT (1905), N. Y., $8,000 ASSISTANT SECRETARY.
.ROBERT BACON (1905), N. Y., $4,500 SECOND ASSISTANT SECRETARY ALVEY A. ADEE (1886), D. C., $4,500 THIRD ASSISTANT SECRETARY. .HUNTINGTON WILSON (1906), Ill, $4,500
Solicitor James Brown Scott (1906), Chief of Bureau of AppointmentsCal., $4,500.
Charles Ray Dean (1905), D. C., $2,100. Assistant Solicitors-Joshua R. Clark Chief of Bureau of Passports-Gaillard (1906), Utah; William C. Dennis (1906), Hunt (1903), Va., $2,100). Ind., $3,000.
Chief Clerk --Charles Denby (1905), Ind., U. S. Representatives on International $3,000.
Tribunals of Egypt. Chief of Diplomatic Bureau-Sidney Y. Court of Appeals at Alexandria-Geo. S. Smith (1897), D. C., $2,100.
Batcheller, N. Y. (1902). Chief of Consular Bureau-Wilbur J.
Court of First Instance at CairoWm. Carr (1902), N. Y., $2,100.
G. Van Horne, Utah (1902). Chief of Bureau of Indexes and Archives Court of First Instance at Mansourah -John R. Buck (1906), Mo., $2,100. Somerville P. Tuck, N. Y. (1894).
Chief of Bureau of Accounts-Thomas Morrison (1900), N. Y., $2,300.
Bureau of American Republics. Chief of Bureau of Rolls and Library- Director-Williams C. Fox (1905), N. Y., William McNier (1906), Mich., $2,100. $5,000.
Chief of Bureau of Trade Relations Chief Clerk-W. C. Wells (1806), D. Cor John E. Osborne (1905), Penn., $2,100. $2,000.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY .LESLIE M. SHAW (1902), Iowa, $8,000 ASSISTANT SECRETARY....
JOHN H. EDWARDS (1906), Ohio, $4,500 ASSISTANT SECRETARY.
.JAMES B. REYNOLDS (1905), Mass., $4,500 ASSISTANT SECRETARY.. .CHARLES HALLAM KEEP (1903), N. Y., $4,500
Chief Clerk-Walter W. Ludlow (1905), Auditor for Navy Department-William Minn., $3,000.
W. Brown (1900), Penn., $4,000. Chief of Division of Appointments Auditor for Interior Department-RA Charles Lyman (1898), Conn., $2,750. Person (1901), S. Dak., $1,000.
Comptroller-Robert J. Tracewell (1897), Treasurer of United States Charles A. Ind., $5,500.
Treat (1905), N. Y., $6,000. Assistant Comptroller - Leander P. Assistant Treasurer-James F. Meline Mitchell (1897). Ind., $4,500.
(1893), Ohio, $3,600. Auditor for State Department-Caleb Deputy Assistant Treasurer-Gideon C. R. Layton (1906), Del., $4,000.
Bantz (1901), Md., $3,200. Auditor for Treasury Department --Win- Register of the Treasury-W, T. Verlam E. Andrews (1897), Neb., $4,000. non (1906), Kansas, $4,000.
Auditor for War Department-Benj. F. Comptroller of the Currency-Wm, B. Harper (1905), Ind., $4,000,
Ridgley (1901), Ill., $5,000. Auditor for Postoffice Department- Deputy Comptroller of the Currency Ernest G. Timme (1906), Wis., $4,000, Thomas P. Kane (1899), D. Co $3,500.
1President Roosevelt has announced that these further changes in the Cabinet will be made early in 1907: George B. Cortelyou, of New York, to succeed Leslie M. Shaw in the Treasury; George Von 1 Meyer, of Massachusetts, to succeed George B. Cortelyou as Postmaster General, and James R. Garfield to succeed Ethan Allen Hitchcock as Secretary of the Interior. Nominations carrying these changes into effect were sent to the Senate in December, 1906. Herbert Knox Smith is to succeed James R. Garfield as Commissioner of Corporations. Took office Dec. 17, 1906, succeeding Will iam H. Moody, appointed Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, 8 Took Office Dec. 17, 1906, mucceeding Charles J. Bonaparte, transferred to Attorney Generalship «Took office Dec 17, 1906, succeeding Victor H Metcalf, transferred to Secretaryship of the Navy,
TREASURY DEPARTMENT--(Continued). Commissioner of Internal Revenue- Director Bureau of Engraving and PrintJohn W. Yerkes (1900), Ky.. $6,000.
ing--Thos. J. Sulltvan (1906), II., $4,500. Deputy Commissioners of Internal Rev- General Superintendent of Life Saving enue--Robert Williams (1899), La., $4,000; Service--S. I. Kimball (1878), Me., $4,500. J. C. Wheeler (1900), Mich., $3,600.
Assistant General Superintendent-Oliver Director of the Mint-George E. Rob- M. Maxam (1905), D. C., $2,500. erts (1897), Iowa, $4,500.
Board of General Appraisers-Marlon Chief of Secret Service Division-John De Vries (1900). Cal., president; H, M. E. Wilkie (1897), Ill, $4,000.
Somerville (1890), Ala.; T. S. Sharretts Surgeon General of the Public Health (1890), Md.: W. F. Lunt (1901). N. Y.; and Marine Hospital Service-Walter Wy-Israel F. Fischer (1900), N. Y.; Byron s. man (1891), Mo., $5,000.
Waite (1902), Mich.; Eugene G. Hay Supervising Architect-James K. Taylor (1903), Minn.: Charles P. McClelland (1897). Penn., $4,500.
(1903), N. Y.; each $7,000.
WAR DEPARTMENT. SECRETARY OF WAR..
WILLIAM H. TAFT (1904) Ohio, $8,000 ASSISTANT SECRETARY..........ROBERT SHAW OLIVER (1903), N. Y.$4,500 CHIEF CLERK,
.JOHN C, SCOFIELD (1899), Ga., $3,000
DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS. Military Secretary,
Maj. Gen. Fred Ainsworth. April 23, 1904 Inspector General,
Brig. Gen. Ernest A. Garlington.. Oct 1, 1906 Quartermaster General.
Brig. Gen. Charles F. Humphrey. April 12, 1903 Commissary Gen. of Subsistence.. Brig. Gen. Henry G. Sharpe.
Oct. 12, 1905 Surgeon General...
. Brig. Gen. Robert M. O'Reilly. ... Dec 6, 1900 Paymaster General......... Brig. Gen. Culver C. Sniffen.
.Sep. 11, 1906 Chief of Engineers................. .Brig. Gen. Alexander Mackenzie. .Jan. 23, 1904 Chief of Ordnance......... Brig. Gen. William Crozier.
May 3, 1901 Judge Advocate General.... Brig. Gen. George B. Davis.
. Nov. 22, 1901 Chlef Signal Officer.. Brig. Gen. James Allen.
Feb. 10, 1906 Supt. Public Build'ngs and Grounds.. Col. Charles S. Bromwell.
June 1. 1904 Bureau of Insular Atlalrs............. Brig. Gen. Clarence R. Edwards. ... June 30, 1906
BATTLEFIELD PARK COMMISSIONS. Gettysburg National Military Park- Shiloh National Military Park-CommisCommissioners John P. Nicholson, Penn.; sioners, Cornelius Cadle, Ala.; James H. Lunsford L. Lomax, Va.; C. A. Rich- Ashcraft. Ky.; Basil Duke, Ky.; comardson, N. Y.; compensation, $10 a day. pensation, $250 a month.
Chickamauga and Chattanooga Military Vicksburg National Military Park-ComPark-Commissioners, Ezra A. Carman, missioners, William T. Rigby, Iowa: D. C.; Alexander P. Stewart, Tenn.; Brig. Stephen D. Lee, Miss.; James G, Everest, Gen. Frank G. Smith (retired), U. S. A.; Ill; compensation, $300 a month. compensation, $300 a month.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. ATTORNEY GENERAL, ..... .CHARLES J. BONAPARTE (1906), Md., $8,000 ASSISTANT TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL,
MILTON D. PURDY (1905), Minn., $7,000 SOLICITOR GENERAL.
.HENRY H. HOYT (1903), Penn., $7,500 Assistant Attorneys GeneralJohn G. O'Connell (1897), Iowa, $4,500. Thompson (1897), Ill.: James C. McRey- Assistant Solicitor of the Treasurynolds (1903), Tenn.; William E. Fuller Felix A, Reeve (1897), Tenn., $3,000. (1901), Iowa: Charles W. Russell (1905),
Solicitor of Internal Revenue A, B. W. Va.; Josiah A. Van Orsdel (1906),
Hayes (1903), Utah, $4,500, Wyo.; Alford W. Cooley (1906), N. Y.;
General Agent-Cecil Clay (1903), West each $5,000.
Va., $4,000. Assistant Attorney General, Interior De partment-Frank L Campbell (1903), Ohio,
Chief Clerk-Orrin J. Field (1903), Kan.,
$2,750. $5,000 Assistant Attorney General, Postoffice
Law Clerk and Examiner of Titles Department-Russel P.
Alexander J, Bentley (1867), Ohio, $2,700.
Goodwin (1904), 011.. $4,500.
Commission to Revise the Laws of the Solicitor of the Department of Com
United States. merce and Labor-Charles Earle (1906), Commissioners -David K. Watson D. C., $4,500.
(1898), Ohio: Wm. D. Bynum (1900), Ind.; Solicitor of the Treasury-Maurice D. John T. Lott (1905), Ohio; each $5,000.
POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT. POSTMASTER GENERAL.
GEORGE B. CORTELYOU (1905), N. Y., $8,000 FIRST ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL
FRANK H. HITCHCOCK (1905), D. C., $5,000 SECOND ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL
W. S. SHALLENBERGER (1897), Penn., $4,500 THIRD ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL..F. C. MADDEN (1899), Mich., $4.500 FOURTH ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL,
PETER V. DE GRAW (1906), Penn., $4,500 Chlet Clerk-Merritt 0. Chance (1904), Superintendent of Foreign Malls--NowD, C., $2,600.
ton M, Brooks (1890), Van, $8,000,
POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT--(Continued). Superintendent of Money Order System Superintendent of Dead Letter Otnice -Edward F. Kimball (1903), Mass., $3,500. James R, Young (1905), Penn., $2,800.
Supt. of System of Postal Finance C. Superintendent of Railway Adjustment Howard Buckler (1902), Ma., $2,250.
--James H. Crew (1892). Ohio, $2,500. Superintendent of Registry System Superintendent City Delivery Service Edwin Sands (1904). D. C., $2,500.
Ervin H. Thorpe (1903), Vt., $3,000. Superintendent Rural Delivery Service General Supt. Salaries and Allowances W. Ř. Spilman (1903). Kan., $3,000,
C. M. Waters (1903), Col., $4,000. General Superintendent of Railway Mall Chief Postoffice Inspector-William J. Service Jas. E. White (1890), Inl., $3,500. Vickery (1904), D. C., $3,000.
NAVY DEPARTMENT. SECRETARY OF THE NAVY..
VICTOR H. METCALF (1906). Cal., $8,000 ASSISTANT SECRETARY. .......TRUMAN H. NEWBERRY (1905), Mich., $4.500 CHIEF CLERK.
.......B. F. PETERS (1897), Penn., $3,000 BUREAU CHIEFS AND DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS. Bureau,
Date appointed. Navigation....
*Rear Admiral George A. Converse
July 29, 1904 Eqnipment....... -..... *Captain William 9. Cowles.
Jan. 23, 1906 Ordnance.
.....Cominander Newton E. Mason...... Aug. 1, 1904, Medicine and Surgery.. ..--.*Medical Inspector Presley M. Rixey....Aug. 24, 1900 Supplies and Accounts.. ...........*Pay Director Eustace B. Rogers..... Nov. 1, 1906 Steam Engineering................ *Captain Charles W. Rae...
9, 1903 Construction and Repair........... Chief Constr'c'r Washington L. Capps. Nov. 1, 1903 Yards and Docks...
.. *Civil Engineer H. H. Rousseau..... .Dec, 10, 1906 Judge Advocate General........... 1Commander Samuel W. B. Diehl..... June 4, 1904
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR. ETHAN ALLEN HITCHCOCK, (1899), Mo., $8,000 FIRST ASSISTANT SECRETARY.
THOMAS RYAN (1897), Kan., $6,000 ASSISTANT SECRETARY.
JESSE E. WILSON (1900), Ind., $4,000 Chief Clerk-Edward M. Dawson (1897), Commissioner of Patents-Frederick I. Ma., $3,000.
Allen (1901), N. Y., $5,000. Commissioner of General Land Omice
Assistant Commissioner of Patents-EdWilliam A. Richards (1903). Wyo., $5,000. ward B. Moore (1901), D. C., $3,000.
Assistant Commissioner General of Land
Commissioner of Education-Elmer E. $3,500. Commissioner of Pensions-Vespasian
Commissioner of Indian Affairs-FranWarner (1905), II., $5,000.
cig E. Leupp (1905), D. C., $5,000. First Deputy Commissioner of Pensions Commissioner of Railroads----James L Davenport (1897), N.
( ). . $4,500. $3,600.
Director of Geological Survey--Charles Second Deputy Commissioner of Pen- D. Walcott (1897), N. Y., $6,000. stons--Leverett M. Kelley (1897), ILL, Superintendent of Capitol Building and $3,600.
Grounds-Elliott Woods (1902), Ind., $5,000. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE. ......JAMES WILSON (1897), Iowa, $8.000 ASSISTANT SECRETARY..
WILLETT N. HAYS (1904), Minn., $4,500 Chief Clerk-Sylvester R, Burch (1903), Chief of Bureau of Forestry-Gifford Kan., $2,500.
Pinchot (1898), N. Y., $3,500. Chief of Weather Bureau-Willis L. Chief of Bureau of Chemistry--Harvey Moore (1895), Ohio, $5,000.
W. Wiley (1893), Ind., $3,500. Assistant Chief of Weather Bureau Chief of Bureau of Soils-Milton WhitHenry E. Williams (1903), Penn., $3,000. ney (1901), Md., $3,500.
Chief of Bureau of Animal Industry- Chief of Division of Publications-Geo. Alonzo D. Melvin (1906), $4,500.
Wm. Hill (1895), Minn., $3,000. Chief of Bureau of Plant Industry-B. Chief of Bureau of Crop Estimates T. Galloway (1901). MO.. $4,500.
Victor H. Olmstead (1906), D. C., $3,500. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR. SECRETARY OF COMMERCE AND LABOR..OSCAR S. STRAUS (1906), N. Y., $8,6MY ASSISTANT SECRETARY.. ...... LAWRENCE O. MURRAY (1903), Ill., $5,000
Chief Clerk-Frank H. Bowen (1905), Commissioner General of Immigration D. C.. $3,600.
and Naturalization Frank P. Sargent Commissioner of Corporations- James R. (1902), II., $5,000. Commissioners at Garfield (1903), Ohio, $5,000.
Ports-Robert Watchorn (1905), New Deputy Commissioner of Corporations | York, $5,000; Louis T. Weis (1902). BaltiBerbert Knox Smith (1903), Conn., $3,500. more, Md., $3,000; George B. Billings
Commissioner or Labor-Charles P. (1897), Boston, $2,500; John J. S. Rogers Neill (1905), D. C., $5,000.
(1895), Philadelphia $2,500; Hart *Rank of rear admiral while chief of bureau. $Rank of captain while Judge Ad vocate General.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR--(Continued). North (1895), San Francisco, $2,500, Superintendent U. S. Coast and Geodetic John H. Clark (1905), Montreal, $2,500; Survey-0. H. Tittman (1900), Mo., $5,000. David Healy - (1899), Vancouver, $2,500; Chief of the Bureau of Statistics Oscar Graham L, Rice (1904). San Juan, Porto P. Austin (1898), D. C., $4,000. Rico, $2,500.
Chief of the Bureau of ManufacturesSupervising Inspector General of Steam John M. Carson (1906). Penn., $4,000. Vessels-George Uhler (1903), Penn., $3,500. Lighthouse Board-President, Sec.
of Director of the Bureau of Standards- Commerce and Labor, chairman. Rear AdSamuel W. Stratton (1901), II., $5,000.
miral George C. Reiter, U. S. N.; mem
bers, Col. Walter, S. Franklin, U. Commissioner of Navigation-Eugene T. Chamberlain (1893), N. Y., $4,000.
A.; Col. Amos Stickney. U. S. A.; Henry
S.- Pritchett, Capt. Albert Ross, U. S. Director of the Census--S. N. D, North
N.: Blajor Harry F. Hodges, U. S. A.; (1903), Mass., $6,000.
S. N., Commissioner of Fish and Fisherieg
naval secretary: Lleut. Col. Daniel W. George M, Bowers (1897), W. Va., $5,000. Lockwood. U. S. A., engineer secretary.
*INDEPENDENT COMMISSIONS AND OFFICES. Interstate Commerce Commission. A. McIlhenny (1906), La.; each $3,500. Commissioners, Martin A. Knapp (1891).
Chief Examiner Frank M. Kiggins N. Y., chairman; Judson C. Clements (1903), Tenn., $3,000. (1892). Ga.; Charles A. Prouty (1896), Vt.; Secretary-John T. Doyle (1880), N. Y., Francis M. Cockrell (1905), Mo: Franklin $2,500. K. Lane (1906), Cal.; Edward E. Clark Government Printing Office. (1906), Iowa; James S. Harlan (1906), Ill.; Public Printer-Charles A. Stillings each, $10,000.
(1905). Mass., $4,500. Secretary-Edward A. Moseley (1887). Mass., $3,500.
Library of Congress.
Librarian --Herbert Putaam
Mass., $6,000. Commissioners--John C. Black (1904), Assistant Librarian-A. N., Henry F. Greene (1903), Minn. ; John 1897), Ohio, $4,000.
THE UNITED STATES ARMY. The actual strength of the army on June 30, 1906, including the Philippine Scouts and the Porto Rico Regiment, was 3,892 officers and 64,480 enlisted men-total, 68,372, There were lost to the army in the year ended June 30, 1906, 170 officers and 25, 945 enlisted men. Of the officers 27 were killed in action or died from wounds or disease. or the men 435. were killed in action or died from wounds or disease; the remainder representing men discharged for expiration of term of service, for disability, by sentence or court martial, desertions and retirements. There were in the Philippine Scouts on June 30, 1906, 116 officers and 5,043 enlisted men, and in the Porto Rico Regiment 26 officers and 522 enlisted men,
GENERAL STAFF OF THE ARMY.
Brigadier General J. Franklin Bell, Chief of Staff.
Francis J. Kernan, 25th Infantry. Enoch H. Crowder, Judge Advocate Gen- William W. Gibson, Ordnance Departeral's Department.
ment George S. Anderson, 1st Cavalry.
David Du B. Gaillard, Engineer Corps Ramsey D, Potts, Artillery Corps.
Charles Lynch, Medical Department. James T. Kerr, Military Secretary's De
James K. Thompson, 12th Infantry.
Stephen. L'H. Slocum, 8th Cavalry.
William M. Wright, 2d Infantry.
George W. Read, 9th Cavalry.
Ulysses G. McAlexander, 13th Infantry. Albert S. Cummins, Artillery Corps
M. J. Lenihan, 25th Infantry.
Grote Hutcheson, 6th Cavalry.
Robert E. L. Michie, 12th Cavalry. Millard F. Waltz, 16th Infantry.
C. DeW. Willcox, Artillery Corps. Carroll A. Devol, Quartermaster's De- Peyton C. March, Artillery Corps. partment.
Charles T. Menoher, Artillery Corps. Eben Swift, 12th Cavalry.
John W. Furlong. 6th Cavalry. Samuel Reber, Signal Corps
Ralph H. Van Deman, 21st Infantry. Henry L. Ripley, 8th Cavalry.
George H. Shelton, 11th Infantry. Erasmus M. Weaver, Artillery Corps. William Chamberlaine, Artillery Corps.
STAFF OF ARMY WAR COLLEGE, Brigadier General Thomas H. Barry, president; Commander H. S. Knapp. U. S. N., and Lieutenant Colonel Smith 9. Leach, directors; Major Samuel Reber, secretary.
: *For Philippine and Panama Canal Strip Commissions, see under "Insular Dependencies."