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CONGRESS

IMPRISONMENT OF PERSONS SERVING IN THE ARMY

AND NAVY.

LETTER

FROM

THE SECRETARY OF

WAR,

SUBMITTING,

IN RESPONSE TO SENATE RESOLUTION OF JANUARY 7, 1913, INFORMATION RELATIVE TO IMPRISONMENT OF PERSONS SERVING IN THE ARMY AND NAVY DURING THE YEAR 1912.

JANUARY 28, 1913.-Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs and ordered to be

printed.

WAR DEPARTMENT,

Washington, January 25, 1913. The PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE,

United States Senate. SIR: Referring to Senate resolution dated January 7 instant, instructing the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy to furnish the Senate:

The number of persons serving in the Army and Navy, respectively, imprisoned during the year nineteen hundred and twelve; for what offenses; the term of importonment imposed in each case; the prison or other place of such imprisonment; and the nature and kind of prisons in which incarcerated.

Also: The number of such persons so serving the Government now serving prison sentences; for what offense in each case; the term of imprisonment imposed; and for what offenses and where imprisoned

I beg to invite attention to the accompanying statements prepared by The Adjutant General of the Army, furnishing the desired information so far as it pertains to the War Department. Very respectfully,

H. L. STIMSON,

Secretary of War. SD-62-3—vol 25-15

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Statement showing the number of general prisoners now serving sentences of general courts-martial, as shown by the latest returns received, giving the nature

of the offenses of which convicted, the terms of imprisonment imposed, and where confined, with nature of prison.

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