Military Orders regarding the Medical Board, May 24, 1900
THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF THE UNITED STATES
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THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES
Washington, D. C.
RECORDS OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT, Office of The Adjutant
General, Document File 463085.
Three Centimeters
TO BE RETAINED WITH PAPERS,
SPECIAL ORDERS,
No. 122.}
HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY,
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Washington, May 24, 1900
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Extract
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32. By direction of the Secretary of War, Major
Walter Reed
,
surgeon, U. S. Army, and Acting Assistant Surgeon
James
Carroll
, U. S. Army, will proceed from this city to New York
City, New York, and report in person to the commanding gen-
eral, Department of the East, for duty. The travel enjoined
is necessary for the public service.
33. By direction of the Secretary of War, Major
Walter
Reed
, surgeon, U. S. Army, and Acting Assistant Surgeon
James Carroll
, U. S. Army, upon completion of the duty as-
signed them by the commanding general, Department of the
East, will proceed to Camp Columbia, Quemados, Cuba, on
official business pertaining to the Medical Department, and
report their arrival and instructions to the commanding gen-
eral, Division of Cuba; the commanding general, Department
of Havana and Pinar del Rio, and the commanding officer,
Camp Columbia. The travel enjoined is necessary for the
public service.
34. By direction of the Secretary of War, a board of medical
officers is appointed to meet at Camp Columbia, Quemados,
Cuba, for the purpose of pursuing scientific investigations with
reference to the infectious diseases prevalent on the Island of
Cuba.
Detail for the board
.
Major
Walter Reed
, surgeon, U. S. Army;
Acting Assistant Surgeon
James Carroll
, U. S. Army;
Acting Assistant Surgeon
Aristides Agramonte
, U. S. Army;
Acting Assistant Surgeon
Jesse W. Lazear
, U. S. Army.
The board will act under general instructions to be commu-
nicated to Major
Reed
by the Surgeon General of the Army.
BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL MILES:
H. C. CORBIN,
Adjutant General
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