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issued. Field range No. 1 ceases to be a regular article of issue to organizations. With each rolling kitchen four legs will be issued to enable the kitchen to be used in permanent camps.

2. Type B kitchens will be issued to organizations with a maximum strength of from 126 to 250 men, inclusive. Type A kitchens will be issued to organizations of a maximum strength of 125 men or less; but, until such time as the present stock of type B kitchens becomes so reduced that further purchase is necessary, type B kitchens will be issued in lieu of type A.

3. Rolling kitehens are not issued in lieu of, nor are they intended to replace, pack cooking outfits, but are issued in addi. tion thereto.

[414.25, A. G. O.) IV. Lowering tops on vehicles (Cir. No. 192, W. D., 1919) In order to preserve the tops of passenger vehicles and to establish a uniform method of operation, the laying down of tops on such vehicles is prohibited.

Tops will be kept up on all cargo-carrying vehicles, except when transporting troops and such transporting would endanger the top of the vehicle, or when transporting materials the character of which would not make it expedient to have the top raised.

[451, A, G, 0.] V--Ammunition for target practice for Field Artillery (Cir. No. 194, W. D., 1919).-The allowance of ammunition for Field Artillery target practice for the target year 1919 (January 1 to December 31) will be the same as that prescribed in Special Regulations No. 32, War Department, 1917, for the target year 1918.

[353.16, A, G. 0.] VI._Shelter for rolling kitchens (Cir. No. 198, W. D., 1919).-Where storage space does not already exist at posts and permanent camps or military stations for rolling kitchens issued to commands stationed thereat, shelter or storage space of some kind will be provided if funds are or can be made available.

Commanding officers of posts, camps, or stations at which such storage facilities do not exist will cause estimates to be prepared and submitted for the necessary construction.

[633.5, A. G. 0.] VII. Ratings in Coast Artillery regiments (Cir. No. 200, W. D., 1919).-The provisions of paragraph 1343, Army Regula

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tions, as changed; paragraph 103, 1916 Supplement to Compilation of Orders; and paragraphs 806 to 811 and 813 to 819, inclusive, Drill Regulations for Coast Artillery, as changed and as amended by section 1. General Orders, No. 69, War Department, 1918, are extended to grant the same authority relative to ratings to commanding officers of Coast Artillery regiments within their own regiments as is granted to coast defense commanders within their coast defense commands; and the provisions with regard to fire and mine commanders are extended to include battalion commanders in such regiments.

[220.271, A. G. O.) VIII__Qualification pay (Cir. No. 202, W. D., 1919).-The provisions of paragraphs 1343, 1344, 1344), and 1345, Army Regulations, as changed, relating to qualification pay upon reenlistment, will apply to all enlisted men who have been discharged to accept a commission in the Army, who have served continuously as an officer since such discharge, and who have been discharged as an officer and have reenlisted within three months from the date of such discharge as an officer.

[242.142, A. G. 0.1 IX.-Conduct of discharged soldiers while patients in Army hospitals (Cir. No. 207, W. D., 1919).-Civilians admitted to Army hospitals as patients must in all cases conform to the rules and regulations governing the operation of those hospitals, and in the event of failure to comply or refusal to comply with such regulations, the patient is at once liable to discharge from the hospital at the discretion of the commanding officer.

Whenever beneficiaries of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance are discharged from a hospital under the above conditions notice will be forwarded to the Director of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance, stating the fact of the patient's discharge, together with his name, address, and condition at the time of discharge.

(705.15, A. G. 0.] X__Issue of United States rifle, model of 1903 (Cir. No. 211, W. D., 1919).-For the future the policy will be to place the United States rifle, caliber .30, model of 1917, in war reserve, and to issue the United States rifle, caliber .30, model of 1903, to troops in the United States and insular possesions, including Panama and Alaska. This change will be made as rapidly as model 1903 rifles are available.

(474.1, A. G. 0.]

4 XI__Disposition of ration savings on hand (Cir, No. 215, W. D., 1919).-Ration savings on hand in organizations on and after April 1, 1919, will be disbursed solely for the purchase of articles of food under the provisions of subparagraph f, paragraph 1220, Army Regulations, as changed by O. A. R. No. 86.

The settlement of overdrawn ration accounts may be made from the funds of an organization; and in cases where an organization has overdrawn its authorized allowance for subsistence and has no funds the organization commander will be held responsible for the amount overdrawn.

[123.74, A. G. 0.1 XII._Annual ammunition allowance for 37-mm. gun (Cir. No. 222, W. D., 1919).-The allowance of 37-mm. ammunition for the 1-pounder platoon (three guns), headquarters company, Infantry regiment, for the season of 1919, will be 2,000 rounds, and will be expended in target practice under direction of the regimental commander by organizations in the United States, Canal Zone, Hawaii, and the Philippine Islands. A proportionate allowance determined by the number of guns is authorized for other organizations provided under competent orders with the 37-mm. gun.

[471, A. G. O.) BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:

FRANK MCINTYRE,

Major General, Acting Chief of Staff. OFFICIAL: J. T. KERR,

Adjutant General.

WASHINGTON : GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1019

BULLETIN

WAR DEPARTMENT, No. 17.)

WASHINGTON, May 16, 1919. The accompanying tabies exhibiting the results of the National Team Match, the National Individual Match, and the National Pistol Match, held at Camp Perry, Ohio, September 16-21, inclusive, 1918, are published for the information of all concerned.

[353.22, A. G. 0.] BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:

PEYTON C. MARCH,

General, Chief of Staff. OFFICIAL: J. T. KERR,

Adjutant General. 118257°-19_1

JUL5 1919

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TABLE I.-LIST OF TEAMS REPRESENTING THE UNITED STATES

ARMY, UNITED STATES NAVY, UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS, THE ORGANIZED MILITIA, GOVERNMENT CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUBS, AND COLLEGES IN THE NATIONAL MATCHES OF 1918, WITH AGGREGATE SCORES IN ORDER OF STANDING.

CLASS A. 1. United States Marine Corps Team No.1.. 2. United States Navy Team No.1...

3, 192

3,173 3. United States Navy, Caldwell, N.J., Range Team..

3,097 4. United States Navy Team No. 2.

3,090 5. United States Marine Corps Team No.2.

3,082 6. United States Navy, Mount Pleasant, S.C., Range Team. 7. United States Army Cavalry.

3,072

3,063 8. United States Navy, Camp Logan, Ill., Range Team.

3,062 9. District of Columbia Civilian..

3,060 10. United States Navy, Rumford, R.I., Range Team..

3,059 CLASS B. 11. United States Navy, Great Lakes, Ill., Range Team..

3,055 12. California Civilian....

3,053 13. United States Navy, Virginia Beach, Va., Range Team.

3,046 14. New York Civilian...

3,042 15. United States Navy, Peekskill, N. Y., Range Team.. 16. Idaho Civilian..

3,039

3,032 17. United States Army Infantry Team No.1....

3,024 18. United States Navy, Wakefield, Mass., Range Team. 19. Washington Civilian.

3,002

3,002 20. United States Navy, Annapolis, Md., Range Team.

2,994 CLASS C. 21. Texas Civilian... 22, Ohio Civilian.

2,992 23. Minnesota Civilian.

2,984

2,975 24. Wyoming Civilian. 25. Iowa Civilian...

2,966 26. Oregon Civilian.

2,960 27. New Jersey Civilian..

2,952

2,951 28. United States Army Infantry Team No. 2.. 29. Arizona Civilian.

2,927

2, 923 30. Kansas Civilian.

2,914 UNCLASSIFIED. 31. Pennsylvania Civilian...

2,905 32. United States Navy, Glen Burnie, Md., Range Team.

2,901 33. Massachusetts Civilian. 34. Florida Civilian..

2, 896

2,888 35. Montana Civilian

2,887 36. Maryland Civilian.

2, 879 37. Indiana Civilian. 38. Wisconsin Civilian.

2,872

2, 866 39. Utah Civilian.

2, 861 40. South Carolina Military Academy Cadets. 41. Oklahoma Civilian..

2,855

2, 851 42. Missouri Civilian.. 43. Colorado Civilian.

2,850

2,835 44. Alaska Civilian.

2, 820 45. Georgia Civilian. 46. New Mexico Civilian..

2, 809 47. Nevada Civilian.

2,775

2,758 48. Rhode Island Civilian. 49. Arkansas Civilian.

2,630 50. Alabama Civilian.

2,629

2,619 51. Vermont Civilian.

2,519 52. West Virginia Civilian.

2, 493 53. Virginia Civilian. 54, Tennessee Civilian.

2, 419

2,399 55. Arkansas National Guard.

2, 236

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