batteries of 160 men each; with bands, etc.; total, 18,862.
Infantry, 30 regiments (12 companies of 104 men), with bands, etc.; total, 38,520.
Engineers, 3 battalions (4 companies of 104 men), with bands, etc.; total, 1,282.
Staff department, signal corps, etc., 2,783.
Total number of enlisted men, 77,287.
Under the act of March 4, 1899, military divisions and departments were reorganized as follows:
Headquarters of the army.--Commander, Lieut.-Gen. Nelson A. Miles, Washington, D. C.
division of the Philippines.--Consisting of the Departments of Northern Luzon, Southern Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao, and Jolo, comprising all the islands ceded to the United States by Spain; headquarters, Manila, P. I. Commander, Maj.-Gen. Arthur MacArthur.
Department of Northern Luzon.--Includes all that part of the Island of Luzon north of Laguna de Bay and the province of Laguna, the same being the provinces of Abra, Bontoc, Benguet, Bataan, Bulacan, Cagayan, Ilocos, Infanta, Mo