BATES, DECEMBER 4, 1905
GENERAL ORDERS, No. 202
WASHINGTON, December 4, 1905.
I. The military post in the city of Cebu, Island of Cebu, Philippine Islands, now known as Camp Warwick, is designated and will hereafter be known as Warwick Barracks, in honor of the late Captain Oliver B. Warwick, 18th Infantry, who was killed in action on November 26, 1899, at Passi, Island of Panay, Philippine Islands.
II. Paragraph II, General Orders, No. 122, War Department, July 13, 1904, is hereby modified so as to permit the artillery serving in the United States to wear the new pattern cloth chevron on the old pattern full-dress uniform dress coat.
BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:
J. C. BATES,
Major General, Acting Chief of Staff.
F. C. AINSWORTH,
The Military Secretary.