Minutes of meetings of the Isthmian canal commission

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ISTHMIANN CANAL COMMISSION.
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.t. NINETY-NINTH MEETING.


HELD AT PANAMA, October 7, 1905.
Present: Chairman Shonts, Commissioners Magoon, Ernst and
Harrod.
1. The minutes of meeting No. 98, held at Washington, D. C., July
I, 1905, were read and approved.
2. The minutes of meeting No. i of the Executive Committee, held
May 31, 1905, and not submitted on July I, because they had not been
received at Washington from the Isthmus, were read and approved
"' as were those of the Executive Committee Nos. 17 and 18, held at
Panama August 2, and October 4, 1905, respectively.
.. 3. On motion of the Chairman it was unanimously voted to amend
the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Government
and Sanitation contained in minutes of the Executive Committee, seven-
S teenth meeting, held August 2, 1905, with regard to Circular No. 14
of the Canal Commission, dated May 6, 1905, to read as follows: "In
Case of the death on the Isthmus during the continuance of service of
an employee engaged in the United States for service on the Isthmus,
the body will be embalmed and placed in an hermetically sealed casket
and returned to the home of such employee in the United States, sub-
jeet to such quarantine regulations as may exist at the port of entry
and the cities or towns through which it may have to pass and of the
place of destination, the expense of embalming, casket and transporta-
S tion from the Isthmus to the home. of such employee to be paid from
S unds available for the Isthmian Canal Commission."
.ii. 4. On motion of Commissioner Harrod it was voted that the minutes
::. '.of the Executive~ommittee and of the Isthmian Canal Commission be
- O i Finted up- to date, and that hereafter such minutes be printed at the
: d i:,,;..:ied of each quarter. .
On motion of Commission Ernst it was voted to embody in these
i: Ui' tes the following.letter of transmittal from the Isthmian Canal

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Commission to the Advisory Board of Engineers, dated Washingtil* '
D. C., September I, 1905. There being no further business before
Commission this meeting was duly adjourned.
ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION .
WASHINGTON, D. C., September I, 190I
The Board of Engineers Advisory Upon Plans for the Panama CaQl'
Washington, D. C.
Gentlemen: In accordance with the directions of the President,.]
dated April I, 1905, the Isthmian Cahnal Commission has the honot...
to lay before you physical data concerning the Isthmus of Panama*-
and to solicit your opinion as to the best plan to be followed in the "
completion of the Panama Canal within reasonable limits of cost and....:i
time. .
As you are aware this question has been the subject of prolongqd::.i
and elaborate studies for many years by numerous able engineers..
vast amount of labor has been expended in the collection of infor n.a
tion concerning the physics of the Isthmus, and in digesting it ad
formulating it into plans for the canal. The results of all these labbi;:Si
both in the field and in the office, down to a recent date, are given in :
the reports of two distinguished commissions, viz., the comit6 tech-.
nique, of which the report is dated at Paris, November 16, 1898, and
the American Commission of 1899-1901, of which the report is dated ~
at Washington, November 16, 1901. A careful perusal of these reports .
and examination of the maps and documents which accompany them., :I
will afford as satisfactory a view of the entire subject, at the dates when
they were written, as can now be given. They have been reprinted,
each in a separate pamphlet, and in that form are now handed to- .
you, marked Part I and Part II, respectively.
During the last year additional surveys and observations have been
made upon the Isthmus, the results of which are laid before you. It
may be stated here in general terms that the information which they
furnish does not involve any radical change in the plans previously
favored. Among the observations alluded to may be included the
experience of the last year in excavating the Culebra cut, from. which
some of our engineers have drawn unwarranted conclusions as to R:.
the probable cost of the work. There is nothing in this experience
to justify the belief that the unit prices used in previous estimates were
too high, or that the estimate of the time required for completing.
the work was too liberal. Nevertheless, this experience has been iusd. -
as an argument in favor of a sea-level canal, which plan had been .
condemned by the two commissions mentioned above. It becomes
necessary to consider once more the sea-level scheme. The principal '
information available for a decision as to the merits of that project.
has been printed in the form of a third pamphlet, which is -now i
handed to you, marked Part III, and in which will be found the more. ,:
important results of the recent surveys. .
These three pamphlets are commended to your careful consideration.- ''
With the laroe man (scale p 'T ), a copy of which is also harided.I
to you, it is hoped that a fair idea may be obtained of the conditionsr:m
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There are on file here many other maps, reports, and drawings, any
'or all of which will be placed at your disposal should there be any
point which requires further elucidation.
The plan described in the first pamphlet is the one which was
adopted by Congress-at least by inference-in the Act approved
June 28, 1902. It is the plan under which the work is now progressing,
and under which all work of construction has been done since the
. United States acquired the property. It closely resembles the plan
of the comit6 technique, described in the second pamphlet, in many
essential particulars, but differs from it in the height of the Bohio dam,
and the important results which flow therefrom. The advantages
Which its authors expected to derive from this change were:
I. To take fuller advantage of the topography of the country, by
which it was possible to make the Gigante spillway automatic instead
of mechanical, and adequate for the discharge of the greatest floods,
with only one channel to the sea instead of two.
2. To increase the distance of lake navigation from 7 to nearly 13
miles.
3. To reduce the estimated cost of the canal by about $5.,oooooo.
The disadvantage of the change is the somewhat greater difficulties
in constructing the higher dam and the locks of greater lift-difficulties.
however, which are by no means insuperable.
A disadvantage which the two plans have in common is that the rapid
developments of naval architecture make it difficult to determine the
proper dimensions of the lock chambers. It is to be considered, how-
ever, that up to the present time such development has not been greatly
hampered by deficient depth in the harbors of the world, and that de-
velopment hereafter will have that obstruction to contend with. More-
over, it is not possible to dispense with locks entirely. Even with the
sea-level canal a tide lock will be required at the Panama end.
In addition to the plan above mentioned, a pamphlet has been pre-
pared by Mr. Lindon W. Bates, which gives in outline a sketch of a
plan proposed by him, which is interesting on account of its novelty
and is therefore laid before .you. It does not give detail enough for a
close analysis, nor for estimates of cost. To obtain this, extensive ad-
ditional surveys, to occupy at least a year's time would be necessary.
A paper has been submitted to the President by Mr. P. Bunau-Varilla,
which explains a method by which a canal constructed at first with
locks may be subsequently altered to a sea-level canal. This paper
also is submitted for your consideration.
These last two documents are described in a fourth pamphlet, marked
Part IV, which is now handed to vou.
It is to be noted that the law by which Congress ordered the con-
struction of an isthmian canal contained the following proviso, viz:
The President shall then, through the Isthmian Canal Commission herein-
after authorized, cause to be excavated, constructed, and'completed, utilizing
to that end as far as practicable the work heretofore done by the New Panama
SCanal Company. of France, and its predecessor company. a ship canal from
the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean. Such canal shall be of sufficient
,: capacity and depth as shall afford convenient passage for vessels of the largest
tonnage and greatest draft now in use, and such as may be reasonably antici-
pated, and shall be supplied with all necessary locks and other appliances to meet
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he shall also cause to be constructed such safe and commodious harbors at
the termini of said canal and make such provisions for defense as may be
necessary for the safety and protection of said canal and harbors.

The Commission expects to visit the Isthmus of Panama, sailing from
New York during the last week in September, the exact date to be
fixed hereafter. You are cordially invited to accompany them.
This method of presenting the subject to you by offering several
well-digested plans has been adopted because it seemed to be the method
by which all essential information could be conveyed in the most con-
densed possible form. It is needless to say that the Commission desired
your opinion not only upon these plans, but upon any variation of them,
or upon any entirely different plan which may suggest itself to you. It
requests your views as to what plan it is most expedient, all things
considered, for the United States to follow in the completion of tle
Panama Canal.
Yours, very respectfully,
T. P. SHONTS,
Chairman.


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ONE HUNDREDTH MEETING.

Held at Washington, D. C., October 30, 1905.
Present: Chairman Shonts, Commissioners Endicott, Hains, and
Ernst.
I. The reading of the minutes of the previous meeting was carried
over to the next meeting.
2. The resignation of Colonel C. R. Edwards, as Chief of Office, to
take effect November 15, 1905, was offered, and upon motion it was:
Resolved, That the resignation of Colonel C. R. Edwards, as Chief
of Office be, and the same hereby is, accepted to take effect November
15, 1905.
3. The Commission, in further consideration of the organization
of the Washington office, considered the duties and title to be assigned
to the office of Secretary.
Upon motion of Commissioner Ernst it was:
Resolved, That the office now held by Mr. Joseph B. Bishop, as
Executive Secretary, be known and designated as "Secretary of the
Commission"; and that it shall be the duty of the Secretary of the
Commission to keep the minutes of the Commission and have custody
of the same; to attend to the giving and serving of all notices of meet-
ings of the Commission; to collect, prepare, and maintain a general
historical record and data of the history of the Panama Canal and
the salient features of the history and progress of the Isthmian Canal,
particularly from the time of its acquisition by the United States,
and to prepare and submit to the Commission, from time to time,
digests, indices, and summary of the same; and, generally, to perform
such other duties as may be, from time to time, assigned to him by the
Commission or its Chairman.
4. Commissioner Ernst offered the following resolution which, upon
motion, duly seconded by Commissioner Endicott, was adopted, viz:
Whereas, the work of organizing the Office of Administration at
Washington has now been practically completed, and the Chief of
Office has resigned;
Resolved, That the office of Chief of Office, as created by the order
of the Commission dated June 21, 1905, Be, and the same hereby is,
abolished, on and from. the I5th day of November, 1905; and it is
further
Resolved, That wherever in said order of June 21, 1905, or in any
other order of the Commission or its Chairman, or otherwise, powers,
Duties, and directions are conferred or imposed upon the officer
6" entitled "Chief of Office," the same shall be and hereby are conferred
l or imposed upon the officer entitled the "Assistant Chief," who shall
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charged upon the last-named officer. All such previous orders andi::
directions are hereby amended and modified in accordance herewith, :
and all orders and directions inconsistent herewith are hereby revoked.' i
5. Upon motion of Commissioner Ernst, seconded by Commissioner: .
Hains, it was:
Resolved, That to facilitate the dispatch of current business at:
Washington Office of the Commission, the Chairman be, and he hereby
is, empowered to authorize and direct in writing the Secretary of .the I
Commission or other employee of the Commission, to approve jfor' ."'
payment, under the caption "By Direction of the Chairman" vouchers .:i
for any payments by the Commission, and to make requisition for :
supplies for the maintenance of said Washington Office.
6. The Chairman presented a draft of Contract between the Corn-::.
mission, acting for the United States, and the Panama Railroad Com-:i..
pany, which had been prepared by Mr. William Nelson Cromwell,'
as counsel for the Panama Railroad, pursuant to previous resolutions:.
of the Commission, and relating to the double tracking of the Panama .,;
Railroad for the use, especially, of the Commission in advancing': :.
the work of canal construction.
The contract was read and considered, and upon motion of Coim-
missioner Ernst, seconded by Commissioner Endicott, it was:
Resolved, That the Commission, acting for the United States, enter
into contract with the Panama Railroad Company, in the following '
form, to wit:
Alemorandumn of Agreement, made and entered into this
day of November, 1905, by and between the United States of America,
acting by and through the Isthmian Canal Commission, parties of the ,
first part, and the Panama Railroad Company, a corporation created .
by and existing under the laws of the State of New York, party. of
the second part:
Whereas, the main line of the railroad of the party of the second
part as now existing has only a single track, which is adequate for
the purposes and business of the party of the second part; and
Whereas, the necessities of the work of constructing the Pananma.
Canal, in which the parties of the first part are engaged, require. that
additional track shall be constructed on the said main line of railway,
so that it shall have a double track, in whole or in part, and the
parties of the first part have requested said party of the second part
to cause such additional track to be constructed; and
Whereas, the party of the second part is willing to construct such.
additional track upon the" agreement that the cost thereof be borne
and defrayed by the parties of the first part, and not deeming the satine
necessary for its own purposes is not willing to construct the sate
at its 6wn expense; and
Whereas, the parties of the first part recognize that it is proper
that the cost of such construction, being incurred for their bh.neft,
should be borne by them and are willing to advance to the party tf, the
second part the money necessary therefore, upon the terms and con-
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Now, therefore, this indenlture witnesseth: That the parties hereto
for and in consideration of the premises, and of the covenants of the
respective parties hereto hereinafter expressed, have covenanted and
agreed, and by these presents do covenant and agree, to and with each
other as follows:
ist. The party of the second part shall proceed with all convenient
speed to construct additional track along such part of its main line
from the City of Colon to the City of Panama in the Republic of
Panama, as the party of the first part shall, from time to time, request,
so as to convert said line into a double-track railroad to that extent;
and shall construct such additional line so as to be in all respects
equal to the existing main line of railway of the part)' of the second
part between said points.
2d. The cost of constructing such additional track shall be borne
and defrayed by said parties of the first part as follows:
The cost to the party of the second part of such portions of said
second track as have been heretofore so constructed shall be paid to
said party of the second part by the parties of the first part, acting
as aforesaid, upon presentation to them of statements by the party
of the second part, showing such cost and due verification thereof
by the parties of the first part. For the cost of all such additional
track hereafter constructed monthly statements shall be rendered by
the party of the second part to said Isthmian Canal Commission at
the end of each month, showing such expenditures and the amount
of said statements; and within thirty days after the same shall have
been so rendered the amount thereof shall be paid by the parties of the
first part to the party of the second part.
3d. Any additional or other expenses, occasioned by or through
the building of such additional track for sidings, switches, stations,
storehouses, terminal facilities and the like, shall be borne and de-
frayed by the party of the second part, and the parties of the first
part shall not be in any way chargeable therewith.
4th. The party of the second part shall, at its own cost and expense,
and during the term of this agreement, maintain such additional track
in good order and condition equal to the track now existing; and at
the end of said term any material, rails, and other supplies paid for
by the parties of the first part, under this agreement, and then in the
possession of the party of the second part, shall become and be the
property of the said parties of the first part.
5th. During the term of this agreement the parties of the first part
shall be at liberty to use any lines of track, sidings, or switches of the
party of the second part upon the Isthmus of Panama, connecting with
or used in connection with any lines of track, sidings, or switches
belonging to the parties of the first part upon said Isthmus; and the
party of the second part shall, likewise, be at liberty to use any line
of track, sidings, or switches on the Isthmus of Panama belonging to
the party of the second part, connecting with or used'in connection
with any line of track, sidings, or switches of the party of the second
part upon said Isthmus without any charge or payment by either of
the parties hereto against the other for or on account of any such use.
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switches of the other shall be such as to prevent the reasonable use::.:
of the same by the party to whom they belong; and such use shall.^.
be subject at all times to the rules and regulations of the party to si
whom such tracks, sidings, and switches respectively belong concern-
ing the operations of the same.
6th. This agreement shall continue and the rights hereunder ac- ::
quired shall be enjoyed by the parties hereto for the term of fifteen '-:
years from the day of November, 1905, and shall extend :
to and be obligatory upon the successors and assigns of the respective'
parties hereto.
In Witness Whereof, the parties of the first part have caused these ;
presents to be signed by the Chairman of said Isthmian Canal Com- :i;:
mission, attested by its Secretary, and the seal of said Commission to
be hereto affixed; and the party of the second part has caused these ..i::
presents to be signed by the assistant to its President and attested by ::.
its Assistant Secretary, and its corporate seal to be hereto affixed;i..
the day and year first hereinafter written.
ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION,
Attest:
Secretary. Chairman. .
PANAMA RAILROAD COMPANY.


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Assistant Secretary.


Assistant to the President.


And that the same be executed in behalf of the Commission so acting,
by its Chairman, and attested by its Secretary, and that said contract
be delivered and exchanged.
7. Upon motion it was:
Resolved, That officials and employees of the Isthmian Canal Com-
mission, whose compensation while on duty carries with it the fur-
nishing of quarters on the Isthmus, or commutation in lieu thereof,
shall not be entitled to such quarters or commutation in lieu thereof
while on leave of absence from the Isthmus.


8. Upon motion it was: T
Resolved, That members of the Engineering Committee of the Isth-
mian Canal Commission are authorized to visit engineering works. ; ...
constructed or in process of construction in the United States, when-
ever it is deemed necessary by such members, for the purpose of secur-
ing technical information in the performance of their duties.
9. The Commission considered a revised draft of the rules govern- ':
ing employment, which was adopted in the following -language:

GENERAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT IN WHICH SALARY Is FIXED ..
IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY. .
Service Must Be Satisfactory to the Head of Department in Which
Employed.
The compensation of an employee at the rate specified. in his pro-::-l
visional appointment will begin upon the date of embarkation at port

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of departure from the United -States, but no payment on account
thereof shall be' made until after thirty days' service on the Isthmus.
An employee appointed with rate of pay per hour will be paid as
above set forth on a basis of an eight-hour day up to the time of his
actually entering upon the performance of his duties on the Isthmus.
An employee will be granted free transportation from port of
departure in the United States, which includes meals on the steamer,
but will be required to pay all the expenses of the journey to such
port, which is not to be refunded.
Members of the immediate family of an employee, upon request,
when the exigencies of the steamship service permit, will be granted
the Government rate of $20 between New York and Colon. No charge
will -be made for children under six years of age, and half rates will
be charged for children between the ages of six and twelve years.
An employee will not be permitted to take his family to the Isthmus
until he has first gone there and secured quarters for them.
The assignment to duty is vested in the head of the Department in
which employed, and an employee is expected to perform such duties
as may be assigned to him by competent authority.
Where practicable and in the best interests of the service, an em-
ployee will be provided with such quarters on the Isthmus as may be
available from time to ti ne, and if quarters are not available he will
be granted, in lieu thereof, a sum, payable monthly, equal to 15 per
cent. of his monthly compensation, such monthly payment to an em-
ployee appointed with rate of pay per hour to be computed upon a
basis of. 208 hours per month.
In the event of illness, an employee may be granted, upon the
certificate of an authorized physician of the Health Department in the
Canal Zone of his disability for work, sick leave with pay, in addition
to such other leave of absence as may be granted to him. Such sick
leave with pay continuing during disability, not to exceed thirty days
in any calendar year for an employee appointed in the United States
whose salary is fixed on a monthly or annual basis, and not to exceed
fifteen days in any calendar year for an employee appointed on the
Isthmus whose salary is fixed in like manner. Such leave of absence
on account of illness shall not be accumulative. An employee ap-
pointed with rate of pay per hour is not entitled to leave of absence
on account of illness as herein provided.
An employee may be granted, in the discretion of the proper official
of the Commission, such sick leave on account of injury incurred in the
performance of duty, not exceeding thirty days in any calendar year
as may be necessary while such employee is incapacitated from duty
by reason of such injury. The amount of compensation to be paid an
employee to whom sick leave on account of injury is granted, under
these conditions, will be calculated at the rate at which such employee
is carried on the rolls of the Commission at the time of his injury;
and in case of an employee appointed with rate of pay per hour such
calculation shall be based upon an eight-hour day. Such sick leave
on account of injury, as herein mentioned, may be granted to an
employee whose salary is fixed on an annual or monthly basis, in
..addition to the' sick leave above provided, in the discretion of the
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Free medical and hospital attendance, in case of illness, is provided,
and free transportation to a port in the United States' upon the termi-
nation, by or at the instance of the Commission, of satisfactory serv- i.
ice, the character and length of such service to be determined by the
Head of the Department in which employed. ,,
An Employee Whose Salary Is Fixed on an Annual or Monthly Al
Basis will receive no extra pay for overtime work required of him.
Such employee may be granted, in the discretion of the Head of the
Department in which employed, leave of absence at the rate of six .
weeks for each twelve months of service rendered by him, or at the-
rate of three and one-half days for each full month's 'service actually
rendered by him, such leave to be accumulative for a period of two
years, and may be granted at any time after eight months' service, in
the discretion of the Head of the Department in which employed. If.
such leave be granted, an employee will be entitled to the Government
rate of $20 each way on the steamers of the Panama Railroad and
Steamship Company, operating between New York and Colon. Thi= ..
grant of leave of absence is not to be considered a vested right, but is
made to promote the welfare and interests of the service, and compen-
sation for the period of leave will not be paid until after the employee
returns to duty on the Isthmus.
An employee whose compensation while on duty carries with it
quarters will not be entitled to quarters or commutation in lieu thereof
thereof while on leave of absence.
An employee whose compensation while on duty carries with it
quarters will not be entitled to quarters or communtation in lieu thereof
while on leave of absence from the Isthmus.
The compensation of an employee appointed with rate of pay per
hour, after entering upon the performance of his duties, will be based
upon an eight-hour day, with time and a half for overtime, including
Sunday and holidays. Such employee will not be entitled to leave of
absence with pay, except such sick leave on account of injury as may
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ONE HUNDRED AND FIRST MEETING.

Held at Washington, D. C., November 9, 1905.

Present: Chairman Shonts, Commissioners Endicott, Hains, and
Ernst.

r. The minutes of the meetings of October 7 and October 30 were
read and approved.

2. The Chairman presented a draft of the charterparties between the
Commission, acting for the United States, and the Panama Rail Road
Company, which had been prepared by Mr. Cromwell, as counsel
for the Panama Rail Road, pursuant to previous action of the Com-
mission and relating to the chartering of the steamships "Havana"
and "Mexico" by the Commission to the Panama Rail Road Company.
The charterparties were read and considered, and, upon motion,
it was duly and unanimously
Resolved, That the Commission, acting for the United States, enter
into charterparties with the Panama Rail Road Company in the fol-
lowing form, viz:

"This Charterparty, made and concluded upon in the City of
the day of November, 1905, between the Isthmian Canal
Commission, acting for the United States, as Owners of the good steel
screw steamship 'Havana,' of 5,667 tons gross register, and 4,193
tons net register, provided with proper certificate for hull and machin-
ery and classed Ioo-AI, at Lloyds, and the Panama Rail Road Com-
pany, Charterers,
Witnesseth:
That the said Owners agree to let, and the said Charterers agree to
hire the said steamship for the term of five years from the 4th day
of August, 1905, she being already in possession of the Charterers
and being tight, staunch, strong and every way fitted for the serv-
ice, to be employed in carrying lawful merchandise between the port
of New York, or any other port of the United States and any ports in
the West Indies, on the Gulf of Mexico, on the Carribean Sea, or
any other port of the United States, for such lawful cargoes as the
-Charterers may wish to ship and the steamer can safely carry, at
least sufficient for ballast, as the Charterers or their agents shall direct,
''on the following conditions:
i. That the Charterers shall provide and pay for all provisions,
,wages of the captain, officers, engineers, firemen, and crew, all engine
room and deck stores, all coal, fuel, falls and slings for stevedores' use,
Port -charges, pilotages, agencies, commissions, and all other charges
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2. The Charterers shall pay for the use of said vessel a sum equal
to interest at four per cent per annum on six hundred and fifty-six
thousand dollars, the cost of said vessel to the Owners, and an addi-
tional sum equal to four per cent of said cost, per annum to protect
the Owners from loss from the deterioration of said vessel during
the term of this Charterparty, making a total annual payment of
fifty-two thousand four hundred and eighty dollars; and at the same
rate for any part of a year.
3. The Charterers shall, at their own expense, keep said vessel.
insured with insurers satisfactory to the Owners in the sum of six
hundred and fifty-six thousand dollars; and in case of actual total
loss the entire amount collected upon the policies, less any sums paid
up to the time of loss to protect the Owners from loss from deteriora-
tion of said vessel, as hereinbefore provided, shall be paid to the
Owners; and in case of partial and not total loss the amount collected
upon the policies shall be applied to the reconstruction and repair
of the said steamer.
4. The payment of said hire for the time of this Charterparty
already elapsed shall be made in cash forthwith and hereafter in cash
monthly in advance, and in default of such payments as herein speci-
fied the Owners to have the faculty of withdrawing said steamer from
the service of the Charterers without prejudice to any claims which
the Owners may otherwise have on the Charterers in pursuance of
this Charterparty.
5. That should the. steamer be on her voyage toward the port of
return delivery at the time when her final payment of hire comes due,
said payment shall be made for such a length of time as the Owners'
agents and Charterers, or their agent, may agree upon as the esti-
mated time necessary to complete the voyage; and when the steamer
is delivered to Owners' agent any difference shall be refunded by
steamer or paid by Charterers, as the case may require.
6. That the cargo or cargoes shall be laden and or discharged in any
dock or at any wharf or place that the Charterers, or their agent,
may direct, provided the steamer can always safely lie afloat at all
times of tide, Charterers to be responsible for all claims for loss of
cargo or damage to same.
7. That the whole reach of the steamer's holds, decks, and all places
of loading and passenger accommodation of the steamer (not being
more than she can reasonably stow and carry) shall be at the Char-
terers' disposal.
8. That the captain, chief engineer, and all other officers and em-
ployees shall be appointed by and be under the orders and direction
of the Charterers, as regards employment, agency, and all other
arrangements; and the Charterers hereby agree to indemnify the Own-
ers from all consequences or liabilities that may arise from the captain
signing bills of lading or otherwise complying with their orders or
directions.
9. That the Charterers shall make all ordinary and extraordinary
repairs which the steamer may require, and shall replace and restore
any articles of tackle, apparel, and everything which may be from any
cause lost or destroyed by use or otherwise, and shall return said


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vessel upon the termination of this charter to Owners, unless lost,
at the Charterers' New York pier, in as good state and condition as
she now is, reasonable wear and tear only excepted.
to. In case of actual total loss, any hire paid in advance and not
earned (reckoning from the date of her loss) shall be returned to the
Charterers; and in case of partial and not total loss, rendering, how-
ever, the vessel unfit for service, the Charterers shall not be required to
make the payments provided for by Article 2 hereof pending the recon-
struction and repair of said vessel, but when the said vessel is again
made ready for resumption of service, the provisions of Article 2
shall thereupon forthwith again become obligatory; the act of God,
public enemies, restraints of princes, rulers, and people, and all other
dangers and accidents of the seas, rivers, machinery, boilers, and
steam navigation throughout this Charterparty always excepted.
II. All derelicts and salvage of Charterers' sole benefit.
In witness whereof the said Isthmian Canal Commission has caused
these presents to be signed by its Chairman, and attested by its Sec-
retary; and the said Panama Rail Road Company has caused these
presents to be signed by the Assistant to its President and attested by
its Assistant Secretary, and their respective seals to be hereto affixed,
the day and year first above written.
ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION,
Attest:
Secretary. Chairman.
PANAMA RAIL ROAD COMPANY,
By
Attest;
Assistant Secretary. Assistant to the President."

This Charterparty, made and concluded upon in the City of
the day of November, 1905, between the Isthmian Canal
Commission, acting for the United States, as Owners of the good steel
screw steamship "Mexico," of 5,667 tons gross register, and 4,193 tons
fiet register, provided with proper certificate for hull and machinery
and classed Ioo-AI, at Lloyds, and the Panama Rail Road Company,
Charterers,
Witnesseth:
That the said Owners agree to let, and the said Charterers agree to hire
the said steamship for the term of five years from the 15th day of July,
1905, she being already in possession of the Charterers and being tight,
staunch, strong, and every way fitted for the service, to be employed
in carrying lawful merchandise between the port of New York or
any other port.of the United States and any ports in the West Indies,
On the .Gulf of Mexico, on the Carribean Sea, or any other port of
the United States, for such lawful cargo's as the Charterers may
wish to ship .and the steamer can safely carry, at least sufficient for
'ballast, as the Charterers or their agents shall direct, on the follow-
ig conditions:
.,'r. That the Charterers shall provide and pay for all provisions,
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room and deck stores, all coal, fuel, falls and slings for stevedores' ::
use, port charges, pilotages, agencies, commissions, and all other :
charges whatsoever. :
2. The Charterers shall pay for the use of said vessel a sum equal
to interest at four per cent. per annum on six hundred and fifty-six- -.
thousand dollars, the cost of said vessel to the Owners, and an addi- -
tional sum equal to four per cent of said cost, per annum, to protect :j."
the Owners from loss from the deterioration of said vessel during the.
term of this Charterparty, making a total annual payment of fifty-two:: -', "
thousand four hundred and eighty dollars; and at the same rate for.
any part of a year.
3. The Charterers shall, at their own expense, keep said vessel
insured with insurers satisfactory to the owners in the sum of six
hundred and fifty-six thousand dollars; and in case of actual total
loss the entire amount collected upon the policies, less any sums
paid up to the time of loss to protect the Owners from loss from
deterioration of said vessel, as hereinbefore provided, shall be paid ..
to the Owners; and in case of partial and not total loss the amount'.
collected upon the policies shall be applied to the reconstruction and.
repair of the said steamer. .
4. The payment of said hire for the time of this Charterparty already
elapsed shall be made in cash forthwith and hereafter in cash monthly
in advance, and in default of such payments as herein specified the
Owners to have the faculty of withdrawing said steamer from the
service of the Charterers without prejudice to any claims which the
Owners may otherwise have on the Charterers in pursuance of this
Charterparty.
5. That should the steamer be on her voyage toward the port of
return delivery at the time when her final payment of hire comes due,
said payment shall be made for such length of time as Owners' agents
and Charterers, or their agent, may agree upon as the estimated time
necessary to complete the voyage; and when the steamer is delivered
to Owners' agent any difference shall be refunded by steamer or paid
by Charterers, as the case may require.
6. That the cargo or cargoes shall be laden and or discharged in any
dock or at any wharf or place that the Charterers, or their agent,
may direct, provided the steamer can always safely lie afloat at all
times of tide, Charterers to be responsible for all claims for loss of .
cargo or damage to same.
7. That the whole reach of the steamer's holds, decks, and all
places of loading and .passenger accommodation of the steamer (not
being more than she can reasonably stow and carry), shall be at the
Charterers' disposal. .
8. That the captain, chief engineer, and all other officers and .
employees shall be appointed by and be under the orders and direction -.
of the Charterers, as regards employment, agency, and all other i:
arrangements; and the Charterers hereby agree to indemnify the .i
Owners from all consequences or liabilities that may arise from the
captain signing bills of lading or otherwise complying with their ,
orders or directions.
9. That the Charterers shall make all ordinary and extraordin:earvyi:5
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repairs which the steamer may require, and shall replace and restore
any articles of tackle, apparel, and everything which may be from
any cause lost or destroyed by use or otherwise, and shall return said
vessel upon the termination of this charter to Owners, unless lost, at
the Charterers' New York pier, in as good state and condition as she
now is, reasonable wear and tear only excepted.
10. In case of actual total loss, any hire paid in advance and not
earned (reckoning from the date of her loss) shall be returned to the
Charterers; and in case of partial and not total loss, rendering, how-
ever, the vessel unfit for service, the Charterers shall not be required to
make the payments provided for by Article 2 hereof pending the recon-
struction and repair of said vessel, but when the said vessel is again
made ready for resumption of service, the provisions of Article 2 shall
thereupon forthwith again become obligatory; the act of God, public
enemies, restraints of princes, rulers, and people, and all other dangers
and accidents of the seas, rivers, machinery, boilers, and steam naviga-
tion throughout this Charterparty, always excepted.
II. All derelicts and salvage for Charterers' sole benefit.
In witness whereof the said Isthmian Canal Commission has caused
these presents to be signed by its Chairman, and attested by its Sec-
retary; and the said Panama Rail Road Company has caused these pre-
sents to be signed by the Assistant to its President and attested by
its Assistant Secretary, and their respective seals to be hereto affixed,
the day and year first above written.
ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION,
Attest:
Secretary. Chairman.
PANAMA RAIL ROAD COMPANY,
By
Attest:
Assistant Secretary. Assistant to the President.

And that the same be executed in behalf of the Commission, so
acting, by its Chairman, and attested by its Secretary, and that said
contract be delivered and exchanged.
3. There was presented for consideration of the Commission the
resolution of the Panama Rail Road Company, adopted by its Board
of Directors on November 8, 1905, as follows:
Whereas, in the interest of economy and the advantageous inspect-
ing of supplies and equipment for the Panama Rail Road Company
and the Isthmian Canal Commission, a Joint Inspecting Engineer's
Office has been established at New York,
Resolved, That effective November Ist, 1905, the expense of such
office; including wages of employees, rent, incidental expenses, etc.,
shall be divided as follows:
Panama Rail Road Company...................two-thirds
Isthmian Canal Commission ....................one-third
except that all work done for either interest by help employed on a
p aer diem basis shall be charged direct to the interest for which en-
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gaged. All expenses in connection with above office to be paid by
the Panama Rail Road Company, and proportion to be assumed by .l
the Isthmian Canal Commission to be billed against the Commission
monthly.
Upon consideration,
Be it resolved, That the same is hereby approved, ratified, and. con-
firmed for the Isthmian Canal Commission, effective as of Noverfm-
ber 1, 1905.
4. There were presented for consideration of the Commission the .
Resolution of the Panama Rail Road Company, adopted by its Board
of Directors on November 8, 1905, as follows: .
Whereas, in the interest of economy and the advantageous purchase.
of supplies at New York for the Panama Railroad Company and the ,
Isthmian Canal Commission, a Joint Purchasing Office has been es- i
tablished.
Resolved, That effective November I, 1905, the expense of such
office, including wages of employees, rent, incidental expenses, etc.,
shall be divided as follows:
Panama Railroad Company................ two-thirds
Isthmian Canal Commission............... one-third
all expenses in connection with above office to be paid by the Panama
Railroad Company, and proportion to be assumed by the Isthmian: -s
Canal Commission to be billed against the Commission monthly.
Upon consideration,
Be it resolved, That the same is hereby approved, ratified, and con-
firmed for the Isthmian Canal Commission, effective as of Novem-
ber I, 1905.
5. The General Auditor presented the following resolution, which
was adopted: ,
Resolved, That the action of the General Quartermaster, by direc-
tion of the Acting Chief Engineer, in requesting and receiving trans-
portatidn via the Pacific Mail Steamship Company from Panama to
San Francisco on June 21, 22, 1905, for Harvey M. Smith, is hereby. ,
ratified and confirmed, and the payment of the charge, for the service,
namely $70, is authorized.
6. The Chairman called up for further consideration the minutes
of the proceedings of the Executive Committee from the 21st day of
April, 1905, to the 4th day of October, 1905, inclusive, and which,
pursuant to a resolution of the ninety-ninth meeting of the Commis-
sion, had, in printed proof form, been transmitted to each member of 1
the Commission for examination prior to this meeting; and he rte-
quested the Secretary to read the minutes referred to for the action
of the Commission.
The Secretary performed this duty, and after the conclusion of the ...
reading of the minutes referred to, it was duly:
Resolved, That the minutes of the meetings of the ExecutiveCorn- .
mittee, held between the 21st day of April, 1905, and the 4th daay of.
October, 1905, inclusive, as read at this meeting,.be and the same are


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hereby approved and adopted; and that the acts and proceedings of
the officers -and employees of the Commission in execution thereof be
and the same are hereby ratified and adopted.
7. The Chairman presented a communication from the Chief Engi-
neer, reading as follows:
"PANAMA, October 23, 1905.
MR. THEODORE P. SHOTS,
Chairman, Isthmian Canal Commission,
Washington, D. C.
DEAR SIR: Referring to my. letter .to you of September 7th, in ref-
erence to the organization, for social purposes, of the Cristobal Club:
I succeeded in assigning, for temporary purposes for the uses of
this Club, a small building at Cristobal, which they have now fitted
up and are using. At the same time, this building is not suitable for
the purpose, not being large enough, nor well arranged; and eventually,
whenever we can furnish them with a-club house, the building will be
turned into quarters.
But in connection with this matter, I presume it will be the policy
of the Commission to encourage the establishment of similar clubs at
other points. Possibly we will have a half dozen before we get through,
but before making plans for any such clubs I would like to know if
the Commission desires to put any limit upon the amount of money
that they desire to spend in building such club houses.
For instance, in going over with the officers of the Cristobal Club
and getting their ideas as to the size and general arrangement of the
building, I find that a two-story building such as they ask for, with
verandas ten feet wide on both floors, giving room for billiards, bowl-
ing alley, card, reading, and smoking rooms, together with the nec-
essary toilets and showers, and sleeping room for the steward, would
cost about $7,0oo; and this cost would apply probably to other club
houses of a similar kind, which we may build.
Therefore, before making plans for such houses, I would like to
be advised how far the Commission desires to go in expenditures
for these buildings.
I await your reply before completing plans for such houses.
Truly yours,
(Signed) JNO. F. STEVENS,
Chief Engineer."
After discussion, the following resolution was adopted:
SResolved, That the Commission is willing to furnish houses to be
used for club purposes, provided such clubs shall be open to all bone
fide, gold employees who comply with reasonable regulations, the size
of house to.depend in each instance upon the size of club formed: pro-
vided further that the members shall furnish and maintain the club
after it shall have been formed; provided further that the regulations
to govern such clubs, and the necessity and advisability of the erection
.of. club-houses shall be first approved by the Governor of the Canil
Zlne, or the Chief Engineer of the Commission; and provided further
that the cost of no club-house shall exceed $7500.
8i The General Auditor presented the 'following method of classi-
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fiction of accounts of expenditures from funds within the control of .
the Isthmian Canal Commission, which was adopted:
Provision is made for proper classification under general, heading ..
of the Isthmian Canal Commission, the Committee on Engineering,
and special Commissions, expenditures by the Department of Adminiq- .'-, -
tration, the Department of Government and Sanitation, the Divisio ; II.
of Sanitation, Hospitals, and Asylums, Department of Construction.:,
and Engineering, Construction and Repairs of Buildings, Mechanical :. :
Division, Municipal Accounts, Construction Expenses by Divisiomn,' '.
Colon, Chagres, Gamboa, Culebra, and La Boca, separate accounts for
supplies and materials purchased, for cost of handling supplies, for...
local transportation, transportation of employees to and from the :
Isthmus, and for rolling stock, machinery and floating equipment.
By redistributing expenditures for labor and quarters, buildings
owned, repairs to buildings, use of locomotives and equipment arid
supplies issued to the accounts receiving the benefit of the services..
and supplies, the effect will be to charge the various departments,
divisions, offices, and construction accounts, with a proportion .of
these expenditures.
Be it Resolved, That the classification of expenditures, as indicated ::'
is authorized. "
The General Auditor is further authorized to create accounts as the
work may require and whenever in his judgment the same appears.
to be necessary or may be required by the heads of departments, and
to otherwise modify or change the distribution of expenditures to
detailed accounts. ':
All resolutions of the Commission and orders governing classifica-
tion of accounts of the Isthmian Canal Commission or the Government ..
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EIGHTEENTH MEETING.


Held at Panama, Wednesday, October 4, 1905.
Present: Commissioners Shonts (Chairman), and Magoon.
The minutes of the previous meeting, No. 17, held August 2, 1905,
were read and approved.
i. Resolved, That the following order of the Governor of the Canal
Zone, dated September 23, 1905, respecting the improvement, organi-
zation and maintenance of Santo Tomas Hospital in the city of Panama
be and the same hereby is ratified, approved and confirmed:
"WHEREAS: The Order of the Secretary of War, dated December 3,
1904, issued by direction of the President, requires that (Section II):
"The United States will construct, maintain, and conduct a hospital
or hospitals either in the Canal Zone or in the territory of the Republic,
at its option, for the treatment of persons insane or afflicted with the
disease of leprosy, and indigent sick."
"WHEREAS: An emergency exists for additional hospital accommo-
dations on the Isthmus of Panama and the Chief Sanitary Officer of
the Government of the Canal Zone recommends that the existing struc-
ture of Santo Tomas Hospital in the city of Panama be repaired, en-
larged, and equipped in such manner as to make said hospital capable
of adequately accommodating three hundred patients, and thereafter
operated and maintained at that standard, as a hospital for the inhab-
itants of the Republic of Panama, foreign seamen, strangers, etc.,
thereby relieving Ancon and Colon Hospitals of the large number
of such patients constantly under treatment at said institutions, and
making it possible to devote said hospitals exclusively to the necessities
of employees of the Isthmian Canal Commission and inhabitants of the
Zone;
"WHEREAS: The Executive Committee of the Isthmian Canal Com-
mission, on June 14, 1905, authorized the repair, improvement, equip-
ment and operation of said Santo Tomas Hospital, and further provided
that
"'The Governor of the Canal Zone is hereby authorized to enter
into an agreement with.the authorities of the Republic of Panama and
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of said hospital personnel, salaries, and such other measures as may be .:l
necessary to promptly complete the organization of the hospital staff '
and prepare the hospital for reception of patients.'
"WHEREAS: The National Assembly of the Republic of Panama by.
Law 25 of April 21, 1904; and Law 27 of April 22, 1904, and Law
63 of June 4, 1904, appropriated several sums of money aggregating'.: ..
Eighty-five Thousand Dollars ($85,000) Panama silver, for the erec ,.
tion of a hospital for the insane, an asylum for lepers, and a hospital. -,
for incurables; but inasmuch as the United States, pursuant to the terms:' :
of the order of the Secretary of War hereinbefore set forth, is con-. .:I
structing a hospital for the insane and an asylum for lepers; and the.
Republic of Panama intends to restore the Bolivar Asylum for use as ;i
a hospital for incurables, the authorities of the Republic of Panama .
are willing to accept the restoration of Santo Tomas Hospital and
additions thereto, in lieu of a hospital for the indigent sick, and toi
turn over to the Government of the Canal Zone the said $85,oo00,
Panama silver, to be used in that work;
"Now, therefore, By authority of the President of the United States
and upon direction of the Secretary of War, it is hereby ordered:
"i. That the existing structures of Santo Tomas Hospital be re- s
paired and additions thereto be constructed, consisting of a main build-
ing, operating room, tenements, sisters' quarters, extension of present
building, and laundry.
"Authority is hereby given for the expenditure of $20,000 of the
funds available for the work of the Commission, or so much thereof
as may be necessary, in repairing the existing structures; and for..the
expenditure of the further and additional sum of $35,500, or so much
thereof as may be necessary, in constructing said new buildings herein
enumerated;
"Provided, The Government of the Republic of Panamar shall turn. :.
over to the Disbursing Officer of the Isthmian Canal Commission for :
the use and benefit of the United States as a partial reimbursement for
expenditures for hospital purposes, the sum of $85,ooo, Panama silver;
and ....
"Provided further, That the Government of the Republic.of Panams.
restores, opens and maintains Boliver Asylum, and accepts the improve-
ments and additions to Santo Tomas Hospital, as compliance in fl::
with the provisions of Section II of the Executive Order of December
3, 1904, respecting a hospital for the indigent sick.
"2. Conferences with the authorities of the Republic of Panama re .: i
suited in an agreement as to the management, personnel and matae-'
tenance of Santo Tomas Hospital, which is hereby made effective, as W
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Board of Directors of five (5) members, three of whom shall be ap-
pointed by the President of the Republic of Panama and two by the
Governor of the Canal Zone. Of the three directors appointed by'the
President, one shall be the Treasurer of the Hospital and one the
Secretary of the Board. The Governor of the Zone shall appoint as
one director, the Chief Sanitary Officer of the Government of the Zone
who shall thereupon be the President of the Board of Directors.
"The household or domestic economy of the hospital shall be in
charge of a Sister Superior of the Order of Saint Vincent of Paul,
under the direction of the Superintendent, and shall receive and ex-
ecute the orders of the Superintendent.
"The personnel of Santo Tomas Hospital and their respective annual
salaries, payable monthly in gold, shall be as follows:

POSITION. SALARY. TOTAL

I Superintendent ......................... $3,600 $3,600
2 Internes, each ......................... 6o0 1,2oo
I American Graduated Nurse.............. ,200 ,200oo
2 Graduated Nurses, Sisters of the Order of
Saint Vincent of Paul, each........... 600 1,200
I Physician .......:..................... 2,4o0 2,400
I Secretary ............................. 720 72o
I Treasurer .............................. 96o 96o
I Priest ................................ 300 300
1' Pharmacist ............................. 840 840
I Orderly ............................... 240 240
5 Orderlies, each ......................... 20 6oo
I Gardener .............................. 24 240
I Chief Cook ............................. 240 240
s. Assistant Cooks, each.................. 2o 240
2 Servants, each ......................... 12o 240
2 Washerwomen, each .................... 144 288
I Sister Sujerior of the Order of Saint
Vincent of Paul ...................... 2o I2o
II Sisters of the Order of St. Vincent of
Paul, each ........................... o 1,320
Total ............... ...................$15,948

"The number and salaries of these employees may be modified in
accordance with the requirements of the service.
"The Superintendent, two assistants, and three graduated nurses.
shall be be appointed by the Governor of the Canal Zone and their
Salaries paid from the funds of the Isthmian Canal Commission.
: "The Secretary, Treasurer, Priest and: one physician shall. be ap -
pointed by the President of the Republic of Panama and their salaries
pail from the: funds of that Republic.
The other employees of the hospital shall he appointed by the Board
pf Directors -4l d paid from the funds of the institution.
"'The furnitiure and .apparatus necessary for the original equipment
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Commission, pursuant to the rules and regulations thereof and paid ':
for from the funds of the Commission.
"The expense of maintaining said hospital, otherwise than as herein
provided, shall be paid from the funds of said institution and the Re-
public of Panama; for which purpose all the revenues of the "Hospital :.
de Extrangeros," heretofore transferred to Ancon Hospital, shall revert
to Santo Tomas Hospital.
"3. This order shall be in force on and after the date hereof; bit '.'
the positions herein provided for shall not be filled until required by ...
the necessities of the service and justified by the progress of the work
of construction.
"Provided, The Government of the Republic of Panama, by appro-
priate action, accepts the terms and conditions set forth herein and
makes lawful provision for the discharge of the duties and execution of
so much of said plan as devolve upon that Government.
"(Signed) CHARLES E. MAGOON,
"Governor of the Canal Zone."
2. Resolved, That such buildings, the property of the Commission
on the Isthmus, as have been in the past assigned and permanently de-
voted to religious purposes, shall continue to be used for such purposes,
and that such repairs shall be made thereto as may be necessary to place
the buildings in proper condition and to save them from deterioration.
The use and disposition of such buildings is referred to the Governor
of the Canal Zone for proper action.
3. Resolved, That the action of the Head of the Department of
Government and Sanitation, in authorizing the organization of a force
of men with which to clean the houses and yards of, Panama, be and
the same hereby is ratified, approved and confirmed, and that such force
may be increased from time to time as may be necessary, rot to exceed
the following: ..
4 Inspectors at $ioo, gold, per month each.
16 Sub-Foremen at $75, silver, per month each.
ioo Laborers, not to exceed half of them at 26 cents, silver, per hour, and
the remainder at 2o cents, silver, per hour. :
4. Resolved, That the construction of residences at Cristobal and
Gorgona, for occupancy by the Justices of the Supreme Court of the
Canal Zone stationed at those points, the residences to be of such, style
and character as may be determined by the Governor of the Canal
Zone, and to be situated on such land as may be selected by the Gover- .i,
nor and the Chief Engineer, be, and the same is, hereby authorized. ":"
5. Resolved, That the action of the Governor in authorizing the con- i
struction of a fence around Colon Hospital, in the Health Department
of the Government of the Canal Zone, at an estimated cost of $829.00,




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United States currency, and that the work of the construction of such
fence be considered an emergency measure, be, and the same is, hereby
ratified, approved and confirmed.
6. Resolved, That the action of the Governor of the Canal Zone in
purchasing for the Government of the Canal Zone a frame house
standing on Panama Railroad Company lot No. 4020, at Colon, the
property of Samuel Brown and Ophelia Black, for $400.oo local silver;
and also in purchasing three frame houses and a bake oven on Panama
Railroad Company lot No. 6000, at Colon, the property of C. Zeigler
Schmoll, for $500.oo, local silver; such buildings being necessary, and
to be used, as a part of the plant of Colon Hospital, in the Health De-
partment of the Government of the Canal Zone, be and the same is
hereby ratified, approved and confirmed.
7. Resolved, That the action of the Governor of the Canal Zone in
authorizing the establishment of detention camps outside of the limits
of the cities of Panama and Colon, and the collection therein of all
non-immune persons now resident in said cities, td be detained in such
camps so long as may be necessary, be and the same hereby is ratified,
approved and confirmed.
8. Resolved, That in view of the urgent necessity for use as quarters
by canal employees of house No. 2 of the Canal Commission at Cris-
tobal, in which by a resolution of the Executive Committee of the Com-
mission held at Panama on August 2, 1905, the social organization
known as the "Cristobal Club" was authorized to occupy rooms, the
construction at the expense of the Commission of a suitable club house
at Cristobal, for occupancy by the 'Cristobal Club' be and the same
hereby is authorized; that the club house shall be of such style and
character as may be determined by the Governor of the Canal Zone
and the Chief Engineer of the Commission, and shall be erected as early
as the conditions of the work of the Building Department of the Com-
mission will permit.
9. Resolved, That in furtherance of the policy of the Commission
to promote in every way possible the social interests of the employees
of the Commission on the Isthmus, in order to make living on the
Isthmus for such employees as agreeable as may be possible, the pur-
chase of such instruments and equipment as may be necessary for the
organization of a brass band among the employees of the Commission,
not to exceed six hundred dollars in value, be and the same hereby is
authorized.
The matter is referred to the Governor of the Canal Zone for action.
to. Resolved, That employees of the Commission, paid in gold, whose
wages are based on an hourly or daily rate, may be granted, in the
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discretion of the Governor or the Chief Engineer of the Commission,
in the Departments of Government and Sanitation and of Construc-
tion and Engineering, respectively, such sick leave, not exceeding thirty
(30) days in any calendar year, as may be necessary while such
employees.are incapacitated from work by reason of injury incurred
in the performance of duty; that the sick leave herein provided for shall
be based upon an eight hour day, and the amount of wages to be
paid an employee to whom sick leave is granted under this resolution,
to be calculated at the rate at which such employee is carried on the
rolls of the Commission at the time of his injury; that applications for
sick leave under this resolution, arising in the bureaus of the Depart-
ment of Administration on the Isthmus, shall be made to and passed
upop by the Head of the Department of Government and Sanitation,
who will report his action thereon to the Chairman of the Commission,
such action to be effective until disapproved by the Chairman.
ThAt the sick leave, on account of injury, herein provided for, may be
granted under the same conditions as expressed above, to salaried em-
ployees, paid in gold, and that where granted to such employees, it may
be, in the discretion of the Governor or the Chief Engineer of the
Commission, in addition to the thirty (30) days sick leave to which such
employees are now entitled under resolution of the Commission.
SI. Governor Magoon submitted the following:
WHEREAS: On account of the increased volume of business com-
ing before the various Municipal Councils of the Canal Zone during
the past six months, and also in order to stimulate the interest and
secure regular and prompt attendance of the members of the Council,
this Executive Order was issued on August 21, 1905:
"Under authority vested in the Governor of the Canal Zone by Sec-
tion 4 of Act No. 7 of the Laws of the Canal Zone, Isthmus of
Panama:
"It is hereby ordered, That each member of the Municipal Council
of each Municipal District of the Canal Zone shall be allowed and paid
from the Municipal Treasury, on proper warrant, a compensation of
Five Dollars ($5.00), local silver, for each meeting of the Municipal
S Council at which such member shall be present.
"Provided, That the total compensation paid a Councilman for at-
tendance, as herein provided, shall not exceed Ten Dollars ($o,60o),
local silver, per month.
"This order shall be in effect on and after September Ist, 1905."
Therefore, Be It Resolved, That the action taken by Governor
Magoon, as set forth in the above Executive Order, is hereby ap-
proved, ratified and confirmed.

12. Resolved, That the following order of the Head of the Depart-
ment of Government and Sanitation, respecting the emergency pur-
chase by the Executive Officer in the office of the Chief Sanitary Officer
of the Government of the Canal Zone, of articles required for use in


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the Health Department of the Government of the Canal Zone, be, and
the same is hereby, ratified, approved and confirmed:
September 21, 1905.
GENERAL ORDER.
It appearing from statements and recommendations of the Chief
Sanitary Officer that the exigencies of the service of the Health De-
partment of the Canal Zone require the immediate purchase in certain
cases of medical and sanitary supplies, and will not admit of the delay
necessary to formally requisition for them,
It is therefore ordered. That the Executive Officer in the office of the
Chief Sanitary Officer, when the public exigency requires the im-
mediate delivery of articles which are not on hand in the Bureau of
Material and Supplies of the Canal Commission on the Isthmus, and
not in the stock of material and supplies on hand in the Health De-
partment, may purchase the articles necessary, in open market, without
advertising therefore, provided that no single purchase under this
authority shall exceed $200 in value.
.It is further ordered, That in making purchases under this authority
the form of voucher attached hereto, marked "A," shall be used, the
certificate that the articles specified were necessary for the public
service and purchased under an emergency not admitting of delay, to
be signed by the officer making the purchase and approved by the Chief
Sanitary Officer, and a certificate by the officer who receives the articles
purchased that they have been received by him, to be imprinted or
written on the invoice of the articles, which invoice shall be attached to
and form a part of the voucher.


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FORM A-5r. 7-17-05.
To be Signed in Quadruplicate
VOUCHER FOR MEDICAL SUPPLIES FOR THE HEALTH DEPART-
MENT OF THE CANAL ZONE.

THE UNITED STATES. .


To ............. .................... ..................... Dr.
A ddress............ .......................................... ..
APPROPRIATION "Canal Connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans."

g90 .AMOUNT.


REFERENCES : TOTAL.
TOTAL,........


Local Silver $........... U. S.
CLASSIFICATION:


Gold $............


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I certify that the above account for.....................................
dollars and.........................cents is correct and just; that the articles
specified were necessary for the public service; that the procurement of the arti-
cles was after informal...................agreement, and in. the open market
without advertising under an exigency of the service existing prior to the order,
and which required immediate delivery and would not admit of delay to
advertise.
Approved.................. ... ....... .. ........... ......... .........
-Chief Sanitary Officer.


Audit No.... .. .. .............................. .

Examined, entered and recommended for approval for..................

dollars, and ..................... cents.

........ i......... .. ..... ....
Approved for the amount recommended, and payment authorized.

.......................................
Head of the Department of
Government and Sanitation.


Received from...................
Canal Commission, the sum of........
the above account, which I certify to b

$................

The name should be the same as t
the name of a company or corporation,
pany or corporation name, as well as the
Example: The Washington Leader C
(Signed)
Head of the Departmn


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.........., Disbursing Officer, Isthmian
................../oo dollars, in full of
e correct

(Se? Footnote Before Signing.)

that used in the heading. If receipted in
the name of the person writing the com- .
e capacity in which he signs, must appear. '':
o., by. John Smith, Treasurer."
CHARLES E. MAGOON, :
ent of Government and Sanitation.


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13. Resolved, That the publication of the following notice, should
such publication in the opinion of the Governor of the Canal Zone, be
expedient, and the payment of the reward provided for therein, is
authorized:
$50.00 REWARD.
WHEREAS: It is of the utmost importance that the Sanitary Depart-
ment be advised promptly of any case of yellow fever occurring in the
future,
Therefore, The Isthmian Canal Commission will pay a reward of
$50.oo, gold, to any person, not an employee of the Health Department
of the Government of the Canal Zone, reporting a case of yellow fever
existing in the city of Panama, in Colon, or in the Canal Zone, between
the date hereof and the Ist of December, 1905. The reward will be
paid to the person first reporting a case to either the Chief Sanitary
Officer, the Acting Health Officer or Assistant Health Officer of the
city of Panama, the Health Officer of Colon and Cristobal, the Chief
Sanitary Inspector of the Canal Zone, or any District Physician of the
Canal Zone.
If a report of the same case should be made by different persons, to
different officers, the statement of those officers as to the time at which
made shall govern. The reward will be paid upon the diagnosis of the
reported case as yellow fever, by the Official Yellow Fever Board of
the Health Department of the Government of the Canal Zone.
14. Resolved, That in view of the assistance rendered to the Com-
mission by consular and diplomatic officers representing foreign coun-
tries at Panama and Colon in connection with the interests of the
Commission employees who are citizens or subjects of the countries
represented by such consular and diplomatic officers, the privilege of
purchasing supplies at the commissary stores of the Canal Commission
and of the Panama Railroad on the Isthmus shall be extended to and
may be enjoyed by such officers; that the necessary coupon books for
the purchase of such supplies, to the value of not more than $50 per
month, may be procured and paid for in cash by such officers from such
persons and in such manner as may be prescribed by the Local Auditor
of the Canal Commission.
15. Resolved, That the following order of the Governor of the Canal
Zone, amending the Police Rules and Regulations of the Canal Zone,
be, and the same hereby, is, approved, ratified, and confirmed:











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ANCON, September 12, 190. .
EXECUTIVE ORDER. .

By authority vested in me by Section 51 of Act No. 8, of the Isthmian
Canal Commission; Article 13 of the Police Rules and Regulations of
the Canal Zone, Isthmus of Panama, is hereby amended to read as
follows:
"ARTICLE 13. The number and rates of pay of the members of the .;
Police Force are fixed as follows, the said rates, where differing from
rates of pay formerly allowed, to take effect on September 12, 1905"' *.'
i Captain ..................$3,000 U. S. Currency per annum.. i
I ist Lieutenant ........... 2,000 U. S. Currency per annum. ;
I 2d Lieutenant ............ ,6oo U. S. Currency per annum. :....'
9 Ist Class Sergeants ...... 1,2oo U. S. Currency per annum.
9 2d Class Sergeants ...... I,ooo U. S. Currency per annum.
20 Corporals ............... 960 U. S. Currency per annum.
50 Ist Class Privates ........ goo U. S. Currency per annum.
150 2d Class Privates ........ 480 U. S. Currency per annim. ...
i Chief Clerk ............. 2,ooo U. S. Currency per annum. '
3 Clerks ................... 1,500 U. S. Currency per annum. .. '
2 Clerks ................... ,2oo U. S. Currency per annum.
I Clerk .................... ,ooo U. S. Currency per annum.
(Signed) CHARLES E. MAGOON,
Governor.
16. Resolved, That the construction at Gorgona of a hospital of such .
style and character as may be directed by the Governor of the Canal
Zone upon the recommendation of the Chief Sanitary Officer of the
Government of the Canal Zone be, and the same is, hereby authorized;
the construction to be undertaken at such time as the Governor of the .'i:
Canal Zone may determine the building to be necessary. ::
17. WHEREAS: The balance of the funds remaining to the credit of :.
the appropriation for a canal connecting the Atlantic ahd Pacific '
oceans, on September 15, 1905, amounted to $2,816,713.02, and the '
amount in the hands of the Disbursing Officer of the Commission on
that day approximated $400,ooo.oo, making the total of funds available
for Commission purposes $3,216,713.02; and
WHEREAS, The estimated accrued obligations of the Commission and '
fixed expenditures from the period from September 15, 1905,'to Jan-:; :
uary I, 19o6, amount to approximately $3,000,000.00; and
WHEREAS, It appearing that all of the appropriation for said canal;i
approved June 28, 1902, has been expended or pledged by obligations N:!;
entered into by the Commission; and
WHEREAS, Said Act of June 28, 1902, Section 5, provides as follows: .: ..
"That the sum of ten million dollars is hereby appropriated out of ":i.
any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated towdrdh the'.:
project herein contemplated by either route so selected and the Piesi-
dent is hereby authorized to cause to be entered into such contract or ,::'

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contracts as may be deemed necessary for the proper excavation, con-
struttion, completion, and defense of said canal, harbors and defenses by
the route finally determined upon under the provisions of this Act;
appropriations therefore shall from time to time be hereafter made not
to exceed in the aggregate the additional sum of one hundred and
thirty-five million dollars." and the Act of Congress, ap-
proved March 3, 1905, provides as follows:
"No Department of the Government shall expend in any one fiscal
year any sum in excess of appropriations made by Congress for that
fiscal year or involve the government in any contract or obligation for
future payment of money in excess of such appropriations unless such
contract or obligation is authorized by law;" and
WHEREAS, The Chairman has instructed the General Purchasing
Officer of the Commission to embody in all contracts hereafter entered
into a provision that any and all payments to be made by the Commis-
sion by reason of or pursuant to said contracts, shall be from funds
to be hereafter appropriated by Congress;
Therefore, be it resolved, That the action of the Chairman as here-
tofore set forth is herewith approved, ratified and confirmed.
18. Resolved, That the construction, as early as possible, of a
Tubercular Hospital and Insane Asylum at Ancon Hospital, and a
Main Ward Building for Colon Hospital, all in the Health Department
of the Government of the Canal Zone, according to plans which have
been prepared by the Supervising Architect in the Department of Con-
struction and Engineering, and approved by the Chief Sanitary Officer
of the Government of the Canal Zone and the Governor of the Canal
Zone, be and the same hereby is authorized.
19. The Chairman presented a copy of Circular No. 17 promulgated
under date of August I, 1905, and prescribing rules to govern the pur-
Schase, delivery, and issuing of, and the accounting for, material and
supplies. It was
Resolved, That the action of the Chairman in issuing and promulgat-
ing the rules as set forth in Circular No. 17, dated August I, 1905, be
and the same hereby is approved, ratified and confirmed.*
o2. The Chairman presented a copy of Circular No. 3, effective
August 16, 1905, and 'amendment, issued by the Local Auditor and ap-
proved by the General Auditor, the Governor of the Canal Zone, and
the Chairman, prescribing a method of timekeeping, preparation of pay
rolls and instructions relative thereto. It was
Resolved, That the action of the Chairman, and of the Governor in
approving such circular and the instructions contained therein, be and
the same hereby are approved, ratified and confirmed.
For Circular No. 17, see page 147.
SFor Circular No. 3, see page x66.




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21. Resolved, That the following order issued by the Chairman of
the Commission, under date of August 31, 1905, with regard to' the
accounting for property of the Commission, be and the same hereby
is approved, ratified and confirmed.

ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION. '-

WASHINGTON, August 31, 1905. ;
CIRCULAR. :.:.j
Chairman.. "
The following is published for the information and guidance of all .
concerned:
By the order of the President dated April I, 1905, the Chairman of :
the Isthmian Canal Commission is given charge of the fiscal affairs"
of the Commission; of the purchase and delivery of all material and
supplies and of the accounts, bookkeeping and audits.
By Act of Congress of March 29, 1904-
The chief officers in any department, by, through or under whom
stores, supplies and other public property are received for distribution
or whose duty it is to receive or examine returns of such property
shall certify to the proper accounting officer of the Treasury Depart-
ment, for debiting on the proper account, any charge against any officer
or agent intrusted with public property arising from any loss accruing
by his fault to the Government as to the property so intrusted to him;
and the heads of the several departments are empowered to make and
enforce regulations to carry out the provisions of this Act.
In pursuance of said authority and with the approval of the Secre-
tary of War first had it is ordered:
All officers and employes of the Commission receiving into their
custody or control or whose duty it is to receive, care and account for
any public lands, buildings, property, materials, stores or (and) sup-
plies, whether the same are paid for or not, shall faithfully record and
keep proper books and records thereof and account for same under *
rules and regulations prescribed by competent authority.
All property and supplies of every description shall be deemed ac- r::
countable property, and returns therefore will be made until it shall, by
application to ordinary legitimate and proper use, either be consumed,
become fixtures or lose its identity.
No property shall be issued, transferred or expended except upon |
proper voucher. ':
.T. P. SHONTS,
Chairman, Isthmian Canal Commission. i'S

22. Resolved, That for the purpose of protecting Government and' :
private property in the Canal. Zone against fire, the Governor of the :
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be necessary for the organization of fire companies, the members
thereof, where necessary, to devote their entire time to the work, and
to be paid such salaries as the Governor may fix from the appropria-
tion for the construction of an Isthmian Canal;
That the Governor is further authorized to procure, the expense
thereof to be paid from the appropriation for the construction of an
Isthmian Canal, such apparatus and plant as may in his judgment be
necessary to properly equip the fire companies so organized.
23. Resolved That in order to provide additional quarters for order-
lies and attendants at Ancon Hospital, authority is given for the con-
struction of a single story building, about 170 feet long and 20 feet
wide, with a 15-foot "L" extending from each end in the rear of the
building for closets and bathing facilities, the building to be sur-
rounded by a porch 6V feet wide, the sides of the building to be
sheathed and clapboarded on the outside, the studding to be left ex-
posed on the inside, and all doors and windows to be screened with
wire gauze.
24. The Head of the Department of Government and Sanitation
reported that on the recommendation of the Chief Sanitary Officer, he
had divided the corps of nurses in the Health Department of the
Government of the Canal Zone into two classes and had fixed the
pay at $720.oo and $9oo.oo, United States currency, per annum re-
spectively; as nearly as possible half of the corps of nurses to
be in each class, and members thereof to be transferred from the
$720.oo class to the $9oo.oo class on the recommendation of the
Chief Sanitary Officer.
He reported further that he had fixed the pay of all nurses whose
compensation before the first of October, 1905, was $900.oo per an-
num at $1,200.00 per annum, that he had increased the salary of the
Superintendent of Nurses at Ancon Hospital to $1,800.oo, United
States currency, per annum; of the Assistant Superintendent of
Nurses at Ancon Hospital to $1,500.oo per annum, and of the Super-
intendent of Nurses at Colon Hospital to $r,50o.oo per annum, and
that all of these increases had been made effective October I, 1905.
It is resolved, That the action of the Head of the Department of
Government and Sanitation in fixing the salaries of nurses as reported
above, be, and the same is hereby, approved, ratified and confirmed.
25t The Head of the Department of Government and Sanitation
submitted the following lists of promotions, appointments, and changes
made by him to the 3oth of September, 1905, and not heretofore re-
' ported, which are hereby ratified, approved and confirmed.







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CORRECTIONS IN REPORTS OF APPOINTMENTS AND PROMO-
TIONS, DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AND SAN-
ITATION, MAY 3 TO JULY 29, 1905.

Appointments-Errors in Names.


NAME.


CORRECTION.


Whiteside, D. W........ Reported as Whiteside, D. Q., Policeman, June Io,
$40 per month.
Laing, David A........ Reported as Lang, D. A., Clerk, Director of Hospital's
Office, June 15, at $1,200 per year.
Ridley, Alberta ......... Reported as Ridley, Albertia, Nurse, Colon Hospital,
at $50 per month. Also date should read May 13th,
instead of June 13th.
Heinemeyer, Louis C.... Reported as Heinmeyer, Louis C., Sanitary Foreman,
June 2o, at $75 per month.
Thomas, Alan .......... Reported as Alan, Thomas, Assistant Foreman, H. O.,
Colon, July I, at $60 per month.
Merlano, Dr. Antonio O. Reported as Merlano, Medical Inspector, July
8th, at $ioo per month.
Crean, Michael J....... Reported at Crean, N. J., Foreman C. S. I., at $75 per
month. Also date was omitted, which same should
be June 26th.
Heinemeyer, Louis C.... Shown on report of July 8th. Should have been omit-
ted, as same was shown on report of June 24th.
Hyser, Frank H......... Shown on report of July 8th at Hiser, C. H., Sanitary
Inspector, at $ioo per month. Also date was omit-
ted, which same should be June 29th.
Corbett, Mary V........ Shown on report of July 15th as Corbett, May, Nurse,
Colon Hospital, July 5th, at $50 per month.
'Pargon, Augustus J. G... Shown on report of July 15th as Pargon, Augustus
J. A., Interne, Ancon Hospital, July 5th, at $Ioo per
month.
Vaughn, Emmett T.... Shown on report of July 15th as Vaughan, Emmett I.,
Interne, Ancon Hospital, July 5th, at $ioo per
month.
Billingslea, J. M........ Shown on report of July 15th at Billingslea, I. M.,
Sanitary Foreman, July 5th, at $75 per month.
Falero,t'dward R....... Reported as Falerio, E. R., Foreman, H. O., Panama,
July 2Ith, at $75 per month.
-Kappers, Geo. A......... Reported as Kappers, A., Foreman, H. O., Panama,
July 12th, at $75 per month. Also should be omit-
ted from list of appointments on report of July
S22nd, on account of being shown on report of July
15th.

Appointments-Errors in Dates.
NAME. CORRECTION.


Purnell, John H.........

Coriners, Katharine ....

Barrett, J. K...........

Bean, Florence .....
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Le~air, :Edward .....
Cofir, Howard ......
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Reported as Physician, May 4th. Should read April
'26th, per letter of Governor Magoon, dated July
31st.
Reported as Nurse, Ancon Hospital, May 23rd. Should
read May i8th.
Reported as' Clerk, Chief Sanitary Office, June 23.
Should read June i5th.
Reported as Nurse, Ancon Hospital, June 23rd. Should
read June i5th. .....
Reported as I C. Policeman, June 21st. Should read
June i5th.
Reported as Stenographer, Chief Quarantine Office,
July 7th. Should read June 29th.


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NAlME. CORRECTION.
4aines, A. L......... Reported as Line Physician, Jully 8th, on report of July
8th. Should have been omitted, as same has been
previously reported.
laeder, John M......... Shown on report of Jtlry th-as Sanitary Inspector, no
date, which same should be June 26th.
raylor, Geo. W......... Shown on report of July 8th as Sanitary Inspector, no .:i
date, which same should be June 26th.
Young, E. S............ Shown on report of July x5th as 'Cltk, EIwctive .v
Office,.July 13th. Should read July i8th.
Alvarez, Felix ......... Reported as first-class Policeman, July rath. Sboiid 4-,
read July 5th.
Promotions-Errors in Names.
NAME. CORRECTION.
Lundishef, Alexander ...Reported as Ludianef, Alexandrr, Quartermaster and
Ship's Keeper, Quarantine Station, niafta, *ie'.
ist, $72o per year -from $600 per year;
Pritchard, Ida A......... Reported as .Pritchett, T. A. Nurse, lCo0an Hot itl, *
May 5th, $7~o per year from $600 per:year.
Torrens, John .......... Reported at Torrons, John, ,Policendat '.jitme ritl, 1i0 .
per month from Probationary Policema .at $26.67 : A.
per month.
Thomason, E. C. Miss... Reported as Thompson, E. C., Ntirse, Aneom MNi ital,
June Ist, $72o per year from $6oo per year. : .
Cooke, Minnie ......... Reported as Cook, Minnie, Nurse, Ancon Haupitf~ii..;
Ist, $720 per year from $6oo per year.
Bolton, R. A............ Reported as -Bokon, ---, Policeman, June Ist, $40
per month from Probationary .Policema a at Sl7 y
per knonth,
Faucett, Samuel T...... Reported as Fawcett, S. F., Intenre, Anth Halptekl,
July Ist, $i,2o0 per year from $600 per year. :..:
Gardner, M. E.......... Shown on report of July Ist as Gard ,r, M. C., July :
-Tst, $1,200 .per year from $6oo0 er year'. Atlie ws3i e
should have been omitted from list of appointments
on report of July 'sth.
Promotions-Error in Dates. .
NA Al. CORRM TO.
Murphy, W. J........... Reported as Sanitary Inspector, .$50oer 4p*lath a da .:
$125 per month, June Ist. Should be June i6th.
Gaston, ohn .......... Reported as Interne, A'con Hospital, $125 per month
from $5o per month, June Ist. Should be June z6th. r::
Hughlings, S. A......... Reported as Sergeant, Police Department, $83.33 per
month from Corporal at $80.oo per month, July 6th,...
,Should be jety s't.
AppoWinments-Error in Salary. ;:
NAME. CORRECTION. ,
Preston, Meeritt C....... Shown on report 'of July 15th as Clerk and Steti g- '::
rather, Executive Department, at $l,8oo per yc*-r. ii
Should be $815ob per eyar.
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NAME... COGRETION.
Gonzalez, Celestio ...... Shown on 'report Of Jily 22nd as Gonzales, Celestk .'...:
-appotited AssisteWt -Chbf Cook, Aiiemi ft"t i Si
$50 per mot.h. Sh1lid read Assistant Chief Co-- i:
Ancon IHetptal, att 4~ per -month, eia "id ed.0:i
C hidef G'ot, Agop H[ospital, at $75 per month,

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26. Commissioner Magoon presented the following list, showing the
employees, with salary paid each, of the Municipal Governments of the
Canal Zone, as these organizations existed on October i, 1905, which
was ratified, confirmed and approved.



LIST OF SALARIED EMPLOYES OF THE MUNICIPAL GOVERN-
MENTS OF THE CANAL ZONE.

October I, 1905.

Ancon--La Boca.


NAME.


POSITION.


Rafael, Neira A...... Mayor .................. .......
Hortensio, Herrera R Municipal Judge .................
Valentine E. Bruno.. Secretary and Treasurer ..........


SALARY.

$100.00.
$ 75.00.
$ 75.00.


Buenavista-Bohio.


NAME.


POSITION.


SALARY.


John McGregor.....
John McGregor.....
John McGregor.....


Mayor ............... .... ...
Municipal Judge (Temporarily)....
Sec. and Treas. (Temporarily)....


Cristobal.


NAME.

W. W. MacNeill....
M. C. Rerdell........
M. C. Rerdell.......
W. W. MacNeill....


POSITION.

Mayor ........................
Municipal Judge ................
Treasurer ........ ..............
Secretary ......................


Emperador.


NAME.


POSITION.


George. Johnson..... Mayor ........................
Rodolfo, Ayarza A.. Municipal Judge .................
Dario, Carrillo E.... Secretary and Treasurer ..........


Gorgona.

POSITION.


NAME.


$100oo.oo.
No salary.
No salary.



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$150.00.
No salary.
$150.00.
No salary.



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$100.00.
$ 75.00.


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Tadeo Paredes...... Mayor ........................
Gabriel Jolly........ Secretary and Treasurer ..........
Caledonia Isaza...... Municipal Judge .................


$100.00.
$ 75.00.
$ 75.00.


27. The Chairman presented the following list of appointments,
promotions and changes made in the office of the Auditor of the
Isthmian Canal Commission, on the Isthmus, not heretofore approved
by the Executive Committee, which are hereby ratified and confirmed:








74 MINUTES, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


OFFICE LOCAL AUDITOR-CHANGES IN PERSONNEL OF OFFICE.


NAME.


During Month of August, 90o5.
CHANGE.


W. L. Allen............ Transferred from M. P. & M. Department; effective
August i6; salary $r,2oo per annum.
J. E. Burns............ Transferred August 14 from Construction and Engi-
neering Department; salary $1,5oo per annum.
R. F. Craig............ Transferred from Construction and. Engineering. De-
partment August 14; salary $i,6oo per annum.
Alcide David........... Employed; effective August 3; salary $300 per annum.
W. D. Gillespie........ Transferred from Sanitary Department August 7; sal-.
ary $1,5oo per annum.
Edwin Goldsmith....... Sailed from New York August 8; salary $i,5oo per
annum.
C. M. Graham......... Transferred from Quartermaster's Department August
2; salary $i,5oo per annum.
H. M. Latham......... Transferred from Engineering and Construction De-
partment August 14; salary $1,2oo per anfiufi.
W. M. Manley......... Transferred from Engineering and Construction De-
partment August r6; salary $1,2oo per annum.
Robert E. Murphy...... Sailed from New York August 8; salary $1,500 per
annum.
Ignacio Noli............ Resigned; effective close of business August 7; salary
$300 per annum.
S. S. Simpson......... Transferred from Disbursing Office August 18; salary
$r,8oo per annum.
Warren S. Stutts....... Engineering and Construction August 17; salary $i,5oo
per annum.
W. R. Walker.......... Transferred from M. P. & M. August 22; salary
$1,6oo per annum.
Edward M. Crawford.. Sailed from New York August 29; salary $1,5oo per
annum.
H. S. Farish........... Sailed from New York August 29; salary $r,8o6 per
annum.

During Month of September, 1905.
E. P. Sine............. Appointed in United States; effective August zp; sal-
ary $1,500 per annum.
J. J. Enderton.......... Resigned at close of business September 28.
Charles R. Sargeant.... Transferred from Engineering and Construction De-
partment under date of September 16; salary $1,a2o
per annum.
F. W. Strang......... Resigned at close of business Septeinber 14.
.C. Fajarda ........... Employed on the Isthmus; effective September 6; sal-
ary $360 per annum.
Douglas Dowes......... Appointed on the Isthmus; effective September 2;
salary $480 per annum.
A. H. Palmer.......... Employed on the Isthmus; effective September z;
salary $I,200 per annum.
Harold C. Russell...... Appointed Clerk; effective October 3; salary $1,206
per annum.
J. J. Enderton.......... Appointed Chief of Bureau of Correspondence and
SFiles; effective Sept. I; salary $1,800 per annum.
Warren S. Stuttfs....... Promoted to position of Secretary and Stenographer
to Auditor; effective September I; salary $r,8o0
per annum.

A. The chairman presented the following list of appointments, Pro-
motions and changes made in the Office of the Disbursing Officer of the
Isthmian Canal Commission, on the Isthmus, not heretofore approved
by the Executive Committee, which are hereby ratified and confirmed:


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REPORT OF CHANGES IN PERSONNEL OF DISBURSING OFFICE.
During Month of August, 1905.


NAME AND POSITION.


Wm. M. Wood, Chie
Clerk ..............

J. P. Waldrop, Cashie

J. E. Kidwell, Pay Clei
J. A. Embry, Pay Cler
S. S. Simpson, Ac
countant ...........

E. H. Ash, Clerk....

C. T. Schwegler, Ass
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August 16, r905; promoted from $2,000 to $3,000 per
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Appointed August 8, 1905, at $2,100 per annum.
Appointed August 19, 1905, at $2,400 per annum.


.. Salary $r,5oo per annum; transferred to office of the
Local Auditor August 18, 1905.
.. Appointed Clerk at $1,500 per annum by transfer from
Engineering Department, August 17, 1905.
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.. Appointed August 29, 1905, at $2,400 per annum.

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H. S. Hodgson, Ac-
countant ............. Resigned September 5, 1905; $1,500 per anrltm.
C. E. Gimnore, Clerk... Appointed September 16, 1905, at $1,500 per annum.
S. Brandon, Clerk...... Resigned September 30, x965; $75'per month:
Octave Goddard, Mes-
senger ............... Appointed September 21, T905, at $50 (silver) per
month; discharged September 29, 1905.

29. The Chairman presented the following list of appointments; pro-
motions and othei changes in the personnel, of the Departnient of Conw
struction ard Engiheering for the weeks ending August 5, 12, I9, 26,
September 2, 9, 16, 23 arid 30, 1905, not herdofore reported, which
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