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THE NATIONALIZED MILITIA, 1909. An act of Congress approved January 21, 1903. defined as the organized militia of the United States the regularly enlisted, organized and uniformed militia of the various states and territories, and provided that the organization, armament and discipline of this militia should be within five years from the date of the approval of the act the same as those prescribed for the regular and volunteer forces of the United States. By an act approved May 27, 1908, the time limit within which conformity must be effected was extended to January 21, 1910. The following table gives the militia strength in each state and territory:
221 3,093) Montgomery.. Brig. Gen. Bibb Graves. Alabama ..
5881 Phenix....... Col. Lewis W. Coggins. Arkansas ..
129 1,327 Little Rock... Brig. Gen. B. W. Green. California
2,348 Sacramento... Brig. Gen. J. B. Lauck. Colorado
774| Denver........ Brig. Gen. John Chase. Connecticut
2,677| Hartford..... Brig. Gen. George M. Cole. Delaware
Wilmington... Brig. Gen. I. P. Wickersham. Dist. of Columbia..
1,329 Washington... Lieut. Col. Samuel E. Smiley. Florida ...
101 1,242 Tallahassee... Maj. Gen. J. C. R. Foster. Georgia ...
2,7941 Atlanta ... Brig. Gen. A. J. Scott. Hawaii
557) Honolulu... Col. John W. Jones. Idaho ....
592 Boise......... Brig. Gen. A. M. Rowe. Illinois ..
520 6,165 Springfield.... Col. Frank S. Dickson, Acting. Indiana
198 2.293) Indianapolis... Brig. Gen. Oran Perry. Iowa ....
216 2,523 Des Moines... Brig. Gen. Guy E. Logan. Kansas
1,383) Topeka....... Brig. Gen. Charles T. Martin. Kentucky
1,941 Frankfort.... Brig. Gen. Phillip P. Johnston. | Louisiana
111 1,2481 Baton Rouge.. Maj. Gen. D. T. Stafford. Maine ....
107 1,221 Augusta ...... Brig. Gen. Elliott C. Dill. Maryland.
157 1.911 Annapolis... Maj. Gen. Henry M. Warfield. Massachusetts
5.538| Boston...... Brig. Gen. William H. Brigham | Michigan ... 204 2,578) Lansing.....
Brig. Gen. Wm. T. McGurrin. Minnesota
2.7471 St. Paul.....
Brig. Gen. Fred B. Wood. Mississippi 127 1.325 | Jackson.......
Brig. Gen. Arthur Fridge. Missouri
3.217 | Jefferson City.. Brig. Gen. Frank M. Rumbold. Montana ...
501| Helena........ Brig. Gen. Phil. Greenan, Nebraska ...
990 Lincoln....... Brig. Gen. John C. Hartigan. Nevada
Carson City.. Brig. Gen. D. S. Dickerson. New Hampshire
1.545 Concord... Maj. Gen. Harry B. Culley. New Jersey..... 369 4.1161 Trenton......
Brig. Gen. W. F. Saddler, jr. New Mexico....
181 Santa Fe... Brig. Gen. R. A. Ford. New York......
981 14,503| Albany...... Brig. Gen. Nelson H. Henry. North Carolina.... 215
1.903 Raleigh..... Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Armfield. North Dakota....
663 Bismarck..... Brig. Gen. Amasa P. Peale. Ohio ...........
495 5,511 Columbus..... Brig. Gen. Chas. C. Weybrecht. Oklahoma .....
938 Guthrie...... Brig. Gen. Frank M. Canton. Oregon ......
112 1,457 Portland..... Brig. Gen. Wm. E, Finzer. Pennsylvania ..
9,776 Harrisburg .... Brig. Gen. Thomas J. Stewart. Rhode Island...
110 1,041 Providence.... Brig. Gen. Fred'c M. Sackett. South Carolina.
180 1,751 Columbia...... Brig. Gen. John C. Boyd. South Dakota...
707 Pierre ...... Brig. Gen. C. H. Engelsby. Tennessee
122 1.401 Nashville..... Brig. Gen. Tully Brown. Texas ....
2161 2.378 Austin........ Brig. Gen. James 0. Newton. Utah ....
359| Salt Lake City. Brig. Gen. E. A. Wedgewood. Vermont ..
Brig. Gen. Wm. H. Gilmore. Virginia ......
1701 2.222 Richmond..... Brig. Gen. Charles J. Anderson. || Washington ...
9691 Olympia....... Brig. Gen. Geo. B. Lamping. West Virginia.
1161 1,194 Charleston.... Brig. Gen. Noyes S. Burlew. Wisconsin
2.898) Madison...... Brig. Gen. C. R. Boardman. Wyoming .....
408) Cheyenne..... Brig. Gen. P. A. Gatchell. Totals ........ 8,9751 109,951)
After After After After 5 years' 10 years' 15 years' 20 years'
After After After
service. service. service. service.
$8,250 00j $687 501 Major general.... 8,000 00] 666 67
6,000 001 500 00 Brigadier general 6,000 001 600 001
4,500 001 375 00 Colonel..........
.4,000 001 333 33) $366 67 $400 00) 2$416 67 $416 67 3,000 001 250 001 $275 001 $300 001 $312 501 $312 50
3,000 001 250 00 275 00 300 00 325 00 2333 33 2,250 00 187 501 206 25 225 001 243 75 250 00
1 Officers below the rank of brigadier general receive 10 per cent on the yearly pay of the grade for each term of five years'
NOTES. -First-The lieutenant general may select two aids and a military secretary who shall have the rank of a lieutenant
Second-An aid to a major general is allowed $200 and an aid to a brigadier general $150 a year in addition to the pay of his rank.-R. S., 1261.
Third-An acting commissary of subsistence is allowed $100 a year in addition to the pay of his rank.-R. S.. 1261.
Fourth-Any officer below the grade of mjor, required to be mounted, shall receive $150 a year additional if he provides one
Fifth-Regimental and battalion or squadron staff officers receive the pay of their respective grades on and after May 11, 1908.
Seventh-An acting judge advocate detailed by the Secretary of War is entitled to the pay of captain.-Acts July 6, 1884: Feb-
Eighth-Ten per cent increase on pay of all officers serving outside the United States, except in Porto Rico and Hawail.-Act
Ninth-Chaplains appointed prior to April 21, 1904, are entitled to pay of captain; appointed subsequent to April 21. 1904. en-
Tenth-Retired officers below the grade of lieutenant colonel detailed for active duty other than at colleges are entitled to the
at, Paragua: Chattanoogaslon: Charlestoquadron (Rear and
The actual strength of the personnel of the navy on June 30, 1909, was 2,802 ficers and 44,129 enlisted men- total, 46,931. There were lost to the navy during e year ended June 30, 1909, 165 officers and 11,367 enlisted men of the officers 34 ed from casualties or disease. Of the men 215 died from casualties or disease, the mainder representing men discharged at expiration of term of service for disability, 1 sentence of court martial, desertions and retirements. In the Marine Corps on ine 30, 1909. there were 318 officers and 9,330 enlisted men. The corps lost 10 Acers and 3.638 enlisted men during the year ended June 30, 1909.
NAVAL STATIONS AND COMMANDERS.
(Corrected to December 1, 1909.) Atlantic Fleet (Rear Admiral Seaton Schroeder, commander in chief). First | Ivision: Connecticut, Kansas, Vermont, Louisiana. Second Division (Rear Admirall ugo Osterhaus, commanding): Minnesota, Idaho, Mississippi, New Hampshire. Tird Division (Rear Admiral Richard Wainwright, commanding): Georgia, Neaska, New Jersey. Rhode Island. Fourth Division (Rear Admiral Samuel P. mly, commanding): Virginia, Ohio, Missouri, Wisconsin. Armored Cruiser Squad
—, commanding): North Carolina, Montana, New York, Pacific Fleet (Rear Admiral Uriel Sebree, commander in chief):First Squadron First Division: Tennessee, California, South Dakota, Washington. Second Division Lear Admiral Edward B. Barry, commanding): West Virginia, Colorado, Maryland, innsylvania. Second Squadron: Milwaukee, St. Louis. Third Squadron (Rear AdIral Giles B. Harber, commanding)--First Division: Charleston. Cleveland, Denr, Galveston. Second Division: Chattanooga, Wilmington, Villalobos, Callao, Indoro, Samar, Arayat, Paragua, Helena, Rainbow.
Naval Station, Boston.-Rear Admiral William Swift, commandant.
Naval Station, Narragansett Bay.- Rear Admiral Raymond P. Rodgers, Supertendent Naval Training Service.
Naval Station, Portsmouth, N. H.-Captain Frank A. Wilner, commandant.
Naval Station, Washington, D. C.-Rear Admiral Eugene H. C. Leutze (reted), commandant. Naval Station, Mare Island, Cal.-Rear Admiral Thos. S. Phelps, commandant.
Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Wash.—Rear Admiral John A. Rodgers, comandant. NAVAL OFFICERS ABOVE THE GRADE OF LIEUTENANT.
Date of commission Date of retirement. orgo Dewey........
...................... Mar. 2, 1899
Rear Admirals. lel Sebree.....
.........July 8, 1907
Feb. 20, 1910 nam Swift.....
..Jan. 3. 1908
Mar. 17, 1910 H. Arnold. ...,
..Jan. 30, 1908
Nov, 14, 1910 lolph Marix.....
.... July 1908
May 10, 19101 P. Rodgers.....
..July 4 1908
Dec. 20, 1911 Aton Schroeder.....
..July 1 1908
Aug. 17, 1911 chard Wainwright.....
..July 1 1908
Dec. 17, 1911 hn A. Rodgers........
July 26, 1910 mes D. Adams..........
Oct. 20. 1908
May 4, 1910 Nliam P. Potter...
May 10, les B. Harber......
. ...Nov. 12. 1908
1911 E. Mason..........
..... Nov. 12, 1908
Oct. 14, 1912 thur P. Nazro...
......Dec. 15, 1908
Dec. 1912 Iliam W. Kimball.
.Dec. 17, 1908
Jan. 9, 1910 lah R. Harris...
.Jan. 7, 1909
Sept. 14, 1911 ward B. Barry..
Oct. 20. 191] rbert Winslow.....
May 27. 1909
Sept. 22, 1910 bert G. Berry......
.June 18, 1909
Sept. 16, 1910 omas S. Phelps...
.July 24, 1909
Nov. 7, 19101 seuth Niles......
.Sept. 15, 1909
June 14, 1911 muel P. Comly..
..Oct, 23, 1909
July 13, 1911 on Hubbard......
Oct. 25, 1909
May 19, 1911 win P. Rees.....
.Oct. 25, 1909
Sept. 4, 1910 wie c. Heilner...
.. Nov. 16, 1909
Jan. 29, 1911 eph B. Murdock...
... Nov. 20, 1909
Feb. 13, 1913 o Osterhaus..........
.Dec. 4, 1909
June 15, 1913 ert C. Dillingham....
...Dec. 4, 1909
June 3, 1910 erles E. Vreeland........
. .Dec. 27, 1909
Mar. 10, 1914
LINE OFFICERS IN GRADES OF CAPTAIN, COMMANDER AND
Plunkett, C. P. Williams, (Rank with colonel.) | Knapp, H. S.
Terhune, W. J. Miltun, J. B. Rodgers, Wm.
Hourigan, P. W. Mitchell, G. G.
Harrison, W. K. l'homas, C. (Rank witn lt. col.) Kline, G. W.
-chofield, F. H. Marshall, W. A. Smith, Roy C. Strauss, Joseph. Holmes, U. T. Young, Lucien. McElroy, G. W. Russell, R. L.
Chase, J. V. Southerland, W.H.H. Griffin, R. S.
Bispham, H. A. Zlegemeier. H. J. Fox, Chas. E.
Lloyd, Edward, jr. Rust, Armistead. Signor, M. H.
Price, C. B. Cottman, V. L. Clark, George ) McCormick, C. M. Taylor, M. M. Howard, T. B. White, W. P.
Gilmer, W. W
Vogelgesang, C. Cowles, W. O Burd, Georso
Coontz, R. E.
McVay, C. B., 1 Knight, Austin M. Shipley, J. H.
Bullard, W. H. Dayton, J. . Badger, Chas. J. Oliver, J. H.
Edgar, W. A.
Bostwick, L. A. Nicholson, R. F. Craven, J. E. Oman, J. W.
Moffett, W . A. Underwood, E. B. Knapp, J. J.
'alimer, J. L. Wilner, F. A. Hood, J. Hines, H. K
Dismukes, D. E. Moore, C. B. T. Hayden, E. E. Cooper, G. K
die, J. R. Veeder, T. E. DeW. Bryan, B. C.
Belknap, R. R Reynolds, Alfred. Marsh, c. C.
Hayes, C. H.
Robison, J. K.
Willard. A. L. Bowyer, J. M. Gill, Wm. A Bristol, M. L.
Pollock, E Ransom, G. B. Norton, H. P.
McCully, N. A.
Bertolette, L. C Kuenzli, H.
Rowen, J. II. Helm, James H. Snowden, Thomas. Logan, G. W.
Hough, H. H. Willits, Albert B. Carter, Thos. F. Bryan, H. F.
Leed, M. E. Winslow, C. McR. Bowers, F. C.
Long, A. T.
christy, II. M sharp, Alex. Salisbury, G. R. Durell, E. H.
Irvin, N. E.
Evans, Waldo. Fletcher, F. F. Lopez, R. F.
enn, T. J.
Sypher, J. H
Washington, T. Bierer, B.
Preston, C. F.
Burrage, G. H. Leigh, R. H. Caperton, W. B. Miner, Leo D.
Althouse, A. Smith, J. T.
Niblack, A. P. Robertson, A. H. Brotherton, W. D. Willits, G. S. Simpson, Edward. Brittain, C. B.
Carter, J. F.
Laws, G. W.
Day, G. C.
McNamee, Luke. Walling, B. T. Buchanan, W. N. Miller, M. L.
Chandler, L. H. Hussey, C.
Koester. 0. W. Blakely, J.
Hayward, G. N. Thompson,
Traut, F ewton, J. T.
Hoogewerff, J. A. Lt. Commanders. Hines, J.
Capehart, E. E. (Rank with major.) Payne, F
Crank, R. K.
Moses, S. E.
Reid, J. H.
Symington, P. Gillmore, J. Wood, Spencer S. Beach, E. I
Stirling, Yates, jr Gove, C. A. Brown, Guy W. Stickney. H. 0 .
Hasbrouck R. D. Coffman, DeW. Fletcher, W. B. Wiley, H.
Basset, F. B., jr. Pringle, J. R.
McCormick, B. Sherman, F. H. Jayne, Jos. L.
Kellogg, E. S. Hall, R. T. Key, Albert L. Hoff. A. B.
Allen, D. V. . Fullman, W. F. Howard, Wm. L. Twining, N.
Lang, C. J.
Price, H. B.
Trench, M. E
Wilson, T. S.
McDougall. TT T Pearson, H. A Grant, A. W. Williams,
Bradshaw, G. B. Jackson, 0. P Nelson, V. S. Hill, F. K. Offiey, C. N.
Chadwick, F. L Benson, W. Welles, Roger.
Steiguer, L. R. de. Doddridgo, J. Bostwick, F. McDonald, J. D. Dhelps, W.
. Rodgers, T. S Jones, H. P., jr. Kaiser, L.,
Brady, J. R.
'ook, A. M. Glennon, J. H. Fahs, C. M.
Boush, C. J.