For naval records that old, I believe you have to contact Archives I. However, one of the Navy Reference Staff at Archives II might have an answer - they can be reached at email@example.com.
This series consists of compensation files for deceased veterans. The records include files for veterans of World War I as well as for veterans of the Civil War, Spanish-American War, and other pre-WWI service who were still alive, or whose beneficiaries were still alive, in the early 1920s. The cases were closed by circa 1949, which means the veteran and all beneficiaries had to be deceased or otherwise no longer receiving benefits by that year. A typical file will include documentary evidence to support veterans' claims to various types of benefits and may include military discharge documents, pension and insurance applications, affidavits, medical records, correspondence, birth and death certificates, marriage licenses, and burial expense receipts.