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saddler, one mechanic, three buglers, two cooks, five privates (first class), fifteen privates, one band leader, one assistant band leader, one sergeant bugler, two band sergeants, four band corporals, two musicians (first class), four musicians (second class), and thirteen musicians (third class). Id.
1091d. Same-Regiment of three battalions.-When a regiment consists of three battalions there shall be added to the headquarters company one battalion sergeant major, one sergeant, three corporals, one bugler, one private (first class), and five privates. When no enlisted men of the Quartermaster Corps are attached for such positions, there shall be added to each mountain artillery headquarters company one packmaster (sergeant, first class), one assistant packmaster (sergeant), and one cargador (corporal).* Id.
1091e. Composition of supply company in regiment of two battalions.-Each supply company of a regiment of two battalions shall consist of one captain, one first lieutenant, two regimental supply sergeants, one first sergeant, one mess sergeant, one corporal, one cook, one horseshoer, one saddler, two privates, and one wagoner for each authorized wagon of the field train. Id. 180.
1091f. Same-Regiment of three battalions.- When a regiment consists of three battalions there shall be added to the supply company one second lieutenant, one regimental supply sergeant, one private, and one wagoner for each additional authorized wagon of the field train. Id.
1091g. Composition of gun or howitzer battalions.-Each gun or howizer battalion shall consist of one major, one captain, and batteries as follows: Mountain artillery battalions and light artillery gun or howitzer battalions serving with the field artillery of Infantry divisions shall contain three batteries; horse artillery battalions and heavy field artillery gun or howitzer battalions shall contain two batteries. Id.
* Held, that service of a commissioned officer in command of such a headquarters conipany or troop constitutes service“ with a troop, battery, or company.” within the purview of the detached-service act of 1912. (War Dept. Bull, 39, Oct. 6, 1916.)
The question was presented whether a regimental adjustant of Field Artillery is to be deemed present for duty with a troop, battery, or company, within the meaning of the detached-service act of August 24, 1912.
Held, as follows: As to a regiment of infantry, it has been held that the adjutant thereof is on duty " with a troop, battery, or company ” will the purview of the detached-service law, because he is in command of the headquarters company. (Bull. 39, W. D., 1916, p. 12.) While the national-defense act provides that a regimental adjutant of Infantry or Cavalry shall command the headquarters company or headquarters troop, as the case may be, this is not so as to the adjutant of a Field Artillery regiment. He does not command the headquarters company, the supply company, nor any battery in the regiment, other captains having been provided as component parts of those organizations for that purpose. (Sec. 19, national-defense act.) A regimental adjutant of Field Artillery is, therefore, an additional officer, and he is not, so long as he occupies his normal status as adjutant, on duty with a troop, battery, or company, within the meaning of the detached-service act of 1912. (War Dept. Bull. 3, Jan. 19, 1917.)
Footnote to preceding paragraph also applies to this.
1091h. Increase of noncommissioned officers and privates for headquarters and supply companies of regiments of two and three battalions.— The President may, in his discretion, increase the headquarters company of a regiment of two battalions by two sergeants, five corporals, one horseshoer, one mechanic, one private (first class), and six privates; the headquarters company of a regiment of three battalions by one sergeant, seven corporals, one horseshoer, one mechanic, two cooks, two privates (first class), and seven privates; the supply company of a regiment of two battalions by one corporal, one cook, one horseshoer, and on saddler; the supply company for a regiment of three battalions by one corporal, one cook, one horseshoer, and one saddler; a gun or howitzer battery by three sergeants, seven corporals, one horseshoer, two mechanics, one bugler, thirteen privates (first class), and thirty-seven privates. Id.
INFANTRY." 1095a. Composition and organization of regiment. Each regiment of Infantry shall consist of one colonel, one lieutenant colonel, three majors, fifteen captains, sixteen first lieutenants, fifteen second lieutenants, one headquarters company, one machine-gun company, one supply company, and twelve Infantry companies organized into three battalions of four companies each. Sec. 17, act of June 3, 1916 (39 Stat. 177).
(See paragraph 929i, ante, for increase of 17 colonels of Cavalry and 4 colonels of Infantry to equalize inequalities in past promotions of officers of the line of the Army. See also paragraph 935a, ante, for authorization for transfer and promotion or transfer without promotion from one arm of the service to another, in order to lessen inequalities in promotion due to increase in number of officers of line of the Army.)
1095b. Composition of battalion and company.—Each battalion shall consist of one major, one first lieutenant, mounted (battalion adjutant), and four companies. Each Infantry company in battalion shall consist of one captain, one first lieutenant, one second lieutenant, one first sergeant, one mess sergeant, one supply sergeant, six sergeants, eleven corporals, two cooks, two buglers, one mechanic, nineteen privates (first class), and fifty-six privates. Id. 178.
(F'or authorization for 1,000 additional sergeants for detail from the Infantry, Cavalry, Field Artillery, Corps of Engineers, Coast Artillery Corps, Medical Department, and Signal Corps of the Regular Army, with corresponding organizations of the National Guard, to assist in the instruction of its personnel and the care of property; and the similar detail of 100 additional sergeants with the disciplinary organizations at the United States Disciplinary Barracks, see paragraph 1332a.)
1097a. Composition of headquarters company.—Each Infantry headquarters company shall consist of one captain, mounted (regimental adjutant); one regimental sergeant major, mounted; three battalion sergeants major, mounted; one first sergeant (drum ma
For authorization for the provisional organization of cavalry into field artillery or infantry during the present emergency, see paragraphs 1071b and 1071c, ante.
jor); two color sergeants; one mess sergeant; one supply sergeant; one stable sergeant; one sergeant; two cooks; one horseshoer; one band leader; one assistant band leader; one sergeant bugler; two band sergeants; four band corporals; two musicians, first class; four musicians, second class; thirteen musicians, third class; four privates, first class, mounted; and twelve privates, mounted. Id.
1097b. Composition of machine-gun company.-Each Infantry machine-gun company shall consist of one captain, mounted; one first lieutenant, mounted; two second lieutenants, mounted; one first sergeant, mounted; one mess sergeant; one supply sergeant, mounted; one stable sergeant, mounted; one horseshoer; five sergeants; six corporals; two cooks; two buglers; one mechanic; eight privates, first class; and twenty-four privates. Id.
1097c. Composition of supply company.-Each Infantry supply company shall consist of one captain, mounted; one second lieutenant, mounted; three regimental supply sergeants, mounted; one first sergeant, mounted; one mess sergeant; one stable sergeant; one corporal, mounted; one cook; one saddler; one horseshoer; and one wagoner for each authorized wagon of the field and combat train. Id.
(For the ensuing provision of this section see paragraph 1098a.)
1097d. Commissioned officers for company organizations to be assigned from officers authorized. The commissioned officers required for the Infantry headquarters, supply, and machine-gun companies and for the companies organized into battalions shall be assigned from those hereinbefore authorized. Id.
(For the provision of this section immediately preceding this paragraph see paragraph 1098a.)
1098a. Increase in noncommissioned officers and privates in companies of.-The President may in his discretion increase a company of Infantry by two sergeants, six corporals, one cook, one mechanic, nine privates (first class), and thirty-one privates; an Infantry machine-gun company by two sergeants, two corporals, one mechanic, four privates (first class), and twelve privates. Id.
(For the provision of this section immediately preceding this paragraph see paragraph 1097c, and for ensuing provision see paragraph 1097d.)
1099a. Infantry band organization at recruiting depots.—Hereafter one of the companies at each recruiting depot shall have the organization of an Infantry band, to which recruits showing an aptitude for music may be attached for examination and instruction before assignment to organizations in the Army. Act of Mar. 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 745).
Held, that service of a commissioned officer in command of such a headquarters company or troop constitutes service " with a troop, battery, or company," within the purview of the detached-service act of 1912. (War Dept. Bull. 39, Oct. 6, 1916.)
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY - THE ARMY WAR COLLEGE—THE SERVICE SCHOOLS. Par.
Par. The Military Academy -- 1106a-1179a
Appointment from the PhilipExisting laws relating to the
1143a Military Academy, officers and
Supplies, technical and scienenlisted men on retired list,
tific, for departments of indetached and additional offi
struction, purchase of, by concers, etc.--
tract or otherwise in discreVacancies, how filled..
tion of Secretary of War---- 1158a Officer of Army holding position
Deficient cadets_---- 1162a-1162e of professor, with certain
Second examination where deservice, to have rank, pay,
ficient in one subject-------- 1162 etc., of colonel..
Same - Applicable to foriner Assignment of assistant pro
cadets wlio failed in not more fessor to departinent of law.- 1116a
than two subjects during curPay and allowances of associ
11625 ate professor of mathematics;
Same_Not to be given more detail of from officers of
than one reexamination ---- 11620 Army
Honorably discharged eligible Rank, pay, and allowances of
for appointment as second professor who has served not
lieutenant under national-deless than 33 years in the
11620 Army, one-third of which has
Not eligible for appointment in been at the Military Acad
Marine Corps until after emy----
graduation of his class ------ 1162e Custodian of gymnasium to act
Appoint as second lieutenant as trainer of athletic team.-- 1131a
and retire William H. Kehoe, Master of the sword, relative
1162f rank, pay, and allowances.-- 1132a
Same__Clyde R. Altman - 1162g Detail of commissary sergeant_ 1136a
Board of Visitors_
1174a Retirement of present manager
Compensation of Visitors.----- 1174b of cadet store, pay of ------- 1136b
Extra pay for overseer of waterCorps of Cadets.--- 1139a-1143a works
1176a Number and appointment, in
Rank and pay of enlisted man cluding appointments from
at headquarters, Corps of honor graduates of colleges-- 1139a
1176b Same-Appointment of 180 from
Subscriptions for newspapers enlisted men of Regular Army
and periodicals for----- 1178a and the National Guard ----- 11395
Wharfage dues to be charged-- 1178b Same--Appointments authorized
Settlement of accounts between to be divided into four annual
other bureaus of War Departincrements.--
1139c Appointment of board of officers
ment, etc., and Military Acad-
1179a to report upon needs as to
Translator for the Army serybuildings to accommodate increased Corps of Cadets ---- 11390
1183a Admission of successor after
Assignment of second lieutenthree years' course_
1141a ants in Field Artillery to batSame-Repealed, but appoint
teries at School of Fire for ment of each member of pres
Field Artillery for practical ent Corps validated ---- 1141b instruction