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GENERAL ORDERS,

WAR DEPARTMENT,
No. 190.

WASHINGTON, December 20, 1904. The privilege of living out of quarters may be granted by recruiting officers to the following classes of members of recruiting parties :

(1) Soldiers who were married prior to their last enlistment or prior to their transfer to the recruiting service.

(2) Soldiers who may hereafter receive permission from the War Department to marry.

The privilege of living out of quarters will not be extended to more than one man at each main station. When an enlisted man to whom this privilege has been granted desires to be subsisted independently, he will submit in writing an application to The Military Secretary of the Army to be paid the contract price of subsistence. This application will be forwarded by the recruiting officer, with his recommendation and with such information in regard thereto as may be deemed pertinent. BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:

ADNA R. CHAFFEE,

Lieutenant General, Chief of Staff. OFFICIAL: F. C. AINSWORTH,

The Military Secretary.

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No. 191.

WASHINGTON, December 21, 1904.
The officers of the retired list of the Army hereinafter named,
having been duly nominated to the Senate for advancement in
grade and the Senate having advised and consented, on De-
cember 16, 1904, to their advancement, are placed upon the re-
tired list of the Army by the President, with the rank and date
of rank specified in each case, under the provisions of the act
of Congress approved April 23, 1904. The Attorney General
having expressed the opinion that Advancement on the re-
tired list such as is authorized by the act of April 23, 1904,
Des not create an office and is not accomplished by an exer-
cise of the appointing power," no appointments or commis-
sions can be given to the officers advanced in grade under the
provisions of the act cited.
WITH THE RANK OF BRIGADIER GENERAL, FROM APRIL 23, 1904.

Colunel Galusha Pennypacker, retired;
Colonel David Perry, retired;
Colonel Clarence M. Bailey, retired;
Colonel Charles D. Viele, retired;
Colonel Henry W. Wessells, jr., retired;
Colonel William M. Van Horne, retired;
Colonel Richard H. Pratt, retired;
Colonel Isaac S. Catlin, retired;
Colonel Henry B. Carrington, retired;
Colonel Theophilus F. Rodenbough, retired;
Colonel George A. Woodward, retired;
Colonel James Van Voast, retired;
Colonel John F. Head, retired;
Colonel John Campbell, retired;
Colonel John E. Summers, retired;
Colonel Luther P. Bradley, retired;
Colonel Marcus D. L. Simpson, retired;
Colonel Rufus Saxton, retired;
Colonel Elisha I. Baily, retired;
Colonel John C. Tidball, retired;
Colonel David L. Magruder, retired;
Colonel Nathan A. M. Dudley, retired;
Colonel Alfred L, Hough, retired;
Colonel Horatio G. Gibson, retired;

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Colonel Joseph G. Tilford, retired;
Colonel Henry R. Mizner, retired;
Colonel George Bell, retired;
Colonel George L. Andrews, retired;
Colonel Anthony Heger, retired;
Colonel Alexander J. Perry, retired;
Colonel Rodney Smith, retired;
Colonel Charles Page, retired;
Colonel Bernard J. D. Irwin, retired;
Colonel Matthew M. Blunt, retired;
Colonel Charles H. Tompkins, retired;
Colonel Loomis L. Langdon, retired;
Colonel Henry M. Lazelle, retired;
Colonel John G. Chandler, retired;
Colonel Henry C. Hodges, retired;
Colonel Cyrus B. Comstock, retired;
Colonel Joseph R. Smith, retired;
Colonel Judson D. Bingham, retired;
Colonel Henry L. Abbot, retired;
Colonel Edwin F. Townsend, retired;
Colonel David S. Gordon, retired;
Colonel Daingerfield Parker, retired;
Colonel Henry C. Wood, retired;
Colonel John W. Barriger, retired;
Colonel Henry W. Closson, retired;
Colonel Richard Lodor, retired;
Colonel Thomas M. Vincent, retired;
Colonel James Biddle, retired;
Colonel Charles T. Alexander, retired;
Colonel Henry C. Cook, retired;
Colonel Daniel W. Benham, retired;
Colonel Henry Carroll, retired;
Colonel Charles E. Compton, retired;
Colonel Alfred T. Smith, retired;
Colonel Evan Miles, retired;
Colonel Michael Cooney, retired;
Colonel Edwin M. Coates, retired;
Colonel James M. Whittemore, retired;
Colonel Charles H. Alden, retired;
Colonel Edward B. Williston, retired;
Colonel James G. C. Lee, retired;
Colonel James W. Scully, retired;
Colonel Albert Hartsuff, retired;

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