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Title: Minutes of meetings of the Isthmian canal commission
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Language: English
Creator: Isthmian Canal Commission (U.S.), 1905-1914
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Place of Publication: Washington
Publication Date: 1908
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MINUTES OF MEETINGS OF THE ISTHMIAN
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ONE HUNDRED AND TENTH MEETING.

WASHINGTON, D. C., May 2, 1906.
Present: Chairman Shonts, Commissioners Endicott, Hains, Ernst,
and Harrod. and Secretary Bishop.
1. The minutes of the one hundred and ninth meeting were read and
approved.
2. The minutes of the proceedings of the Executive Committee from
March 28 to April 11, 1906, inclusive, were read by the Secretary, and
the following was adopted:
Resolved, That the minutes of the meetings of the Executive Com-
mittee, held between the 28th day of March, 1906, and the 11th day of
April, 1906, inclusive, as read at this meeting be, and the same are
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.
3. In connection with the reading of the minutes of the Executive
Committee of April 11, and in particular with that part authorizing the
construction of new buildings on the Isthmus, the Chairman stated that
while on the Isthmus he issued instructions that the building depart-
ment should carefully follow the principle of only erecting buildings
of an expensive or permanent character where such buildings would
serve a needful purpose after the completion of the canal; that build-
ings for temporary use during the period of construction should be of
such inexpensive construction and character as would serve all needful
purposes only during such period.
4. The Chairman submitted the following executive order, issued by
Governor Magoon, fixing the rates to be charged for the use of water
from the public water system of the city of Panama, and providing
for a method of collecting the said rates, which was read and approved:
ANCON, April 20, 1906.
EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2.
, By authority of the President of the United States of America and upon direction
of the Secretary of War, it is hereby ordered that. the following rules and regula-
tions fixing rates to be charged for the use of water from the public water system in

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the city of Panama, in the Republic of Panama, and governing the collection of such :i
rates, shall be operative and in force from and including May 1, 1906, the charge f6ir';
the water consumed through each water-service connection to be the minimum.
charge fixed by these regulations until such time as a meter is installed.
SEC. 1. Applications for water and sewer must be made at the office of the water
commissioner of the government of the Canal Zone. The owner of the property or
his duly authorized agent must sign the application.
SEc. 2. All contracts for water and sewer shall continue in force from year. to'
year unless a notice is given in writing by the owner or the agent of the owner to
terminate the contract, and the privilege granted of'paying the water rents quarterly
under these rules shall not be construed to mean for any less period of time.
SEC. 3. All water will be delivered through meters. No connection shall be
made or maintained at a charge of less than $4 silver per quarter, for which 10,000
gallons may be used during the quarter without further cost. All water used in
excess of 10,000 gallons per quarter shall be charged at the rate of 40 cents silver
per thousand gallons, or any fraction thereof, including and above 500 gallons.
SEC. 4. Meters of suitable size will be supplied by the Isthmian Canal Commis-
sion, and shall remain the property of the Isthmian Canal Commission until the
conditions of amortization are completed.
SEC. 5. Meters will be read each quarter and bills presented, based on the
nearest thousand gallons, on the 1st day of January, April, July, and October for '
water used. If paid within fifteen days from date of bill at the office of the water....::
commissioner, a discount of 10 cents per thousand gallons will be given. All bills
must be settled within forty-five days from date of same. If not paid within forty-
five days, they will be reported to the governor of the Canal Zone for collection by
due process of law, and all charges for legal prosecution will be assessed against
the property and become a lien thereon.
SEC. 6. No rebate for any unexpired portion of the contract will be allowed.
SEC. 7. NO owner or tenant of any premises supplied with water under the con-
tract will be allowed to supply other persons or families of other premises except'as
provided for in said contract.
SEC. 8. All plumbing must be done according to the rules and regulations
governing the sanitary installation of water and sewers for the city of Panama.
SEC. 9. Meters shall be placed within the property line and at a convenient loca-
tion within the building, and in no case or circumstances shall any person interfere
with said meter or dials thereof, except for the purpose of repairing or removing the.
meter under the direction of the water commissioner. In cases where there is no
convenient place for the meter within the building, a pit with a suitable cover with
lock and key may be built at a point indicated by the commissioner or his duly ,
authorized representative; said pit to be of sufficient size to allow for easy access and
for removal and to be properly drained.
SEC. 10. If the meter gets out of order or fails to register, the consumer will be .
charged at the average rate of consumption as shown by the meter when in order.
SEc. 11. All water that passes through the meter in excess of 10,000 gallons per
quarter will be charged for whether the water is used or wasted.
SEC. 12. Notice of rents due will be published in the city papers and notices will
be left at the house where the water is used, hut failure to receive such notice will
not operate to excuse or extend the payment beyond the regular time.
SEC. 13. No person, except the water commissioner or his duly authorized repre-
sentative, shall open or close the stop cocks or valves in any of the water mains or
service pipes.
SEC. 14. No plumber, consumer, or other unauthorized person shall turn the water*
on or off any premises whether old or new supply.
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SEC. 15. The government of the Canal Zone shall notabe held accountable for any
damage that may result from leaks, burst pipes, or from any other cause, and the
consumer must pay for all water passed through the meter in excess of 10,000 gallons
per quarter at the rate of 40 cents silver per thousand gallons.
SEC. 16. When leaks occur they iust be immediately repaired by the owner or
occupant. If not repaired within a reasonable time after notice, the government of
the Canal Zone will make such repairs and the cost thereof will be assessed to the
property and collection made in the same way as for delinquent water rents.
SEC. 17. A Venturi meter will be installed to measure all the water passed into the
city of Panama. The difference between the summation of the meter readings on
surface connections in the city of Panama and the reading of the Venturi meter will
be the amount of water to be charged, against and paid for by the government of
Panama for hydrant and general public ase at the regular rate and subject to the
same discount.
SEc. 18. No person or persons, except firemen in the regular discharge of their
duties as firemen and duly authorized representatives of the water commissioner,
shall open, close, interfere, or otherwise tamper with the water hydrants or any
parts thereof in any manner whatsoever under penalty of the law.
SEC. 19. Fire departments shall provide themselves with suitable wrenches to fit
hydrants. The iuse of monkey or adjustable wrenches will not be allowed.
CHARLES E. MAGOON,
Governor of the Canal Zone.
5. The Chairman presented a letter from Chief Engineer Stevens,
'dated Culebra, April 19, 1906, stating that the Commission had been
requested to furnish lumber for the repair of a school building owned
and used for school purposes by the Anglican Church at Colon.
After consideration the following was adopted:
Resolved, That the above request be not granted, in view of the
doubtful legal right to authorize the expenditure of money for school
purposes outside the Canal Zone.
6. The Chairman presented a communication from the Chief Engineer,
stating that requests are becoming more insistent, as the population of
the Zone increases, for the Commission to erect or furnish suitable
church houses for the various denominations, in which to hold religious
services, and expressing the view that separate buildings should be
provided for whites and blacks, but that these buildings be not assigned
to or regarded as for the exclusive use of any one denomination or
creed. After discussion it was resolved that, on the joint recommen-
dation of the Governor of the Canal Zone and the Chief Engineer, the
Commission authorize the construction of a suitable number of appro-
priate buildings to properly accommodate those who wish to attend
religious services, and that the buildings be available for all denomina-
tions and creeds, this matter to be regulated by means of allotment of
time to the different congregations in which to hold services.
7. The Chairman stated that on April 11, 1906, he had given his
approval to the act of Chief Engineer Stevens, authorizing the pro-
I: v iding of a pay car for the use of the disbursing officer on the Isthmus,
and asked for the approval of the same by the Commission. On
;: motion, this was granted.






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8. A letter dated March 21, 1906, was presented from Mr. H D
Reed, Executive Secretary of the Canal Zone, inclosing a form ofv
appointment issued to school-teachers on the Isthmus, and calling:
attention to the fact that the school year on the Isthmus will be nine
months, so that there will be a vacation of three months in each
calendar year. As there is no authority for granting an employee
more than six weeks' annual leave with pay in each calendar year, he
stated that it was decided to pay the amount fixed for the salary of
school-teachers for the school year in nine payments, to be paid
monthly during the school year. Mr. Reed requested that it be.
stipulated in the appointment that the annual leave of six weeks for.
each year's service would not be granted to school-teachers, but that
the three months' school vacation would be understood to be in lieu of
such annual leave.
In compliance with the above request, it was
Resolved. That, in lieu of annual leave provided for other employees
whose salaries are fixed on an annual or monthly basis, school-teachers
will be granted leave without pay during the school vacation term,
their compensation to be payable monthly during the term of the
school year. Sick leave with pay may be granted during the school ,
year, under the terms ahd within the limits fixed for other classes pf
employees.
9. Whereas, by direction of the Chief of the Division of Material and
Supplies on the Isthmus, under authority of the Chairman of the Com-
mission, Mr. Alexander G. Cowan, employed as clerk at $125 per
month on the Isthmus of Panama, was granted sixty-six days' leave of
absence with full pay from and including March 5, 1906, he having
theretofore rendered service on the Isthmus sufficient to accumulate
such leave;
Whereas, by direction of the Chief of the Division of Material and
Supplies on the Isthmus, under authority of the Chairman of the Com-
mission, Mr. Patrick J. Hughes, employed as clerk on the Isthmus,
was granted six weeks' leave of absence with full pay from and includ-
ing March 16, 1906, he having theretofore rendered service on the
Isthmus sufficient to accumulate such leave; and
Whereas, on account of the condition of health of each of these per-
sons, it is not deemed advisable that they be returned to duty, it is
Resolved, That the action of the Chief of the Division of Material and
Supplies in granting leave of absence under the circumstances above
mentioned, without requiring the said employees to return to duty,
be, and the same is hereby, approved.
10. The Chairman presented the following letter from Chief Engi-
neer Stevens, dated Culebra, April 19, 1906, which was read and dis-
cussed at some length:
I have to-day sent requisition to the Chief of Division of Material and Supplies for
six billiard tables and six pool tables, with their necessary fittings and accompani-
ments, same to be furnished by the Commission






MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION.


A number of clubs have been formed by our employees on the Isthmus and others
will be, and the provision of house accommodations for these clubs must be shortly
made, and I am now preparing plans for the construction of such houses as the Gov-
ernor of the Zone and the Chief Engineer may think advisable, all under past resolu-
tion of the Commission.
Pending the erection of these houses, however, I can provide temporarily for these
clubs; also for these billiard and pool tables.
We are getting now a large force of white employees, and one of the burning
questions is, as it always has been, to provide proper recreation and amusement.
I believe, outside of our moral obligations to provide these requisites, that as a matter
of policy it would be a good investment.
I therefore hope that when this requisition comes to Washington you will see your
way clear to authorize the purchase of these tables.
It was pointed, out that under the resolution of the Commission
adopted at its one hundred and first meeting, authorizing the construc-
tion of club houses, no authority was given for an expenditure like
that recommended by Mr. Stevens. The Chairman took the ground
that such expenditure was in line with the policy of the Commission
to supply employees with needed recreation. At the close of the dis-
cussion the question of approval was put, and resulted as follows:
Commissioners Harrod and Endicott, aye.
Commissioners Hains and Ernst, no.
The Chairman voted aye, and declared the motion carried.
11. The Chairman presented a letter from Mr. Stevens, written in
his joint capacity as Chief Engineer of the Commission and Vice-Presi-
dent of the Railroad, calling attention to the fact that the present Colon
shops of the Panama Railroad are practically worn out; that they are
obsolete in machinery, and the buildings in a bad state of repair, and
that without heavy repairs these shops can not be operated for more
than one year. Mr. Stevens also called attention to the new terminal
improvements, including the coal chute, transfer pit, turntable, round-
house and water facilities, being constructed by the Panama Railroad
at Cristobal, and the boiler, car, and erecting shops, with power house,
offices, etc., that have been built at that point at the expense of the
Commission.
In view of these facts, and of the necessity that the Panama Rail-
road should have locomotive shops to handle its work, and that the
interests of good administration demand that the facilities now owned
and operated separately by the Panama Railroad and the Isthmian
Canal Commission at Cristobal should be operated under one jurisdic-
tion, upon the recommendation of Mr. Stevens it was
Resolved, That such portion of the new Cristobal shops as has been
built at the expense of the Commission be leased to the Panama Rail-
road, and the entire plant be operated by that company, particularly
in view of the fact that it is hoped with the final completion of these
new shops it will be possible to abandon the Colon shops of the rail-
road: And further



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Resolved, That the consideration to be fixed, as in other cases whetl .Y
property of the Commission has been leased to the railroad, shall:' b.
4 per cent per annum of the cost to the Commission plus maintenan$"i
and that all work performed in these shops in behalf of the Commi:'.
sion be charged actual cost plus 10 per cent for superintendence and.l-
use of tools; and that a similar charge be made against the Panama i
Railroad for any work performed in its behalf in shops owned or P1
operated by the Commission.
12. The Chairman reported that the experimental employment on: :;;:
the Isthmus of a small number of laborers from northern Spain, as :
authorized by paragraph 14 of the minutes of January 1, 1906, had
proved entirely satisfactory to the Chief Engineer, who stated that their
efficiency was superior to that of any other class of laborers yet tried,
and that, further, they averaged a much higher percentage of work-
ing days during each month. For these reasons it was desired to':
secure an additional number of such laborers, and in order to do so it
became necessary to send a duly accredited agent to Spain to cause an
emigration to the Isthmus. After discussion, the Commission directed
that such action be approved.
13. The Chairman presented a letter from Chief Engineer Stevens
dated April 9, 1906, relating to the rate to be charged by the Panama
Railroad Company for electric-light service to employees of the Isth-
mian Canal Commission and other consumers. He stated that the
present rate, which was $1.20 per light per month, was too high, and
recommended that after May 1, 1906, the rate to large consumers
should be on the 8-cent-kilowatt-hour basis, as per meter, and to other
consumers at the rate of 75 cents per light per month.
On motion, these rates were approved.
14. In a letter dated February 27, 1906, partly confirmed by cable
on March 17, 1906, and in a cable dated April 12, 1906, the chief
engineer recommended that the wages attached to certain positions b.e
changed and other positions fixed at certain rates. In compliance with
his request, it was
Resolved, That the scale of wages for the following-named positions
be made as follows:
Blacksmith's helper, 44 cents per hour.
Car-wheel borer, 44 cents per hour.
Powderman, $100 and $125 per month.
Car inspector and repairer, reduced from 56 to 44 cents per hour.
Locomotive painter, reduced from 65 to 56 cents per hour.
Sheet-iron worker boilermakerr), reduced from 65 to 56 cents per
hour.
Plasterer, increased from 60 to 65 cents per hour.
Locomotive engineer, increased from $150 to $180 per month.
15. On February 14, 1906, the Secretary of War submitted to the
Commission for consideration and report a recommendation by the
Fortification Board, with maps and plans, requesting that certain lands








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be assigned in the Canal Zone, for the purpose of fortifying the canal.

This was referred to the Engineering Committee on February 19, and

returned, with the report of the Engineering Committee, dated March

21, 1906, recommending that this matter be held in abeyance until the

type of canal is finally decided upon.

This recommendation of the Engineering Committee was laid before

the Commission and unanimously approved.

16. The following report of changes in the Office of Administration

at Washington was presented by the Chairman and approved:


APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, REDUCTIONS, AND SEPARATIONS, OFFICE OF

ADMINISTRATION, ISTHMIAN CANAL AFFAIRS, WASHINGTON.


For duty in the United States, January 1. 1906, to larch 31, 1906,

inclusive.

(a) CENTRAL OFFICE.


Name.


Promotions and reduc-
tions.

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Guilford, Frank B.....
Weise, Emil E.........
Crowell, Daniel J., jr..
Dodge, Frank E.,jr....
Rea, Irving H.........
Suddarth, Walter E....
Davidson, Emma C....
Quackenbush, Made-
leine.
Shepperson,Charles M.
Smiley, Thomas M ....
Pearson. Millard L ....
Pinner, Lewis A.......

Separations.

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Veitenheimer, Marian
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CUSTODIAN FORCE.

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Position.





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Jan. 31.1906
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Mar. 31,1906


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Washington,Rebecca.. Charwoman .......... Mar. 9,1906


Promotions and reduc-
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Shipman, Wim. H ......
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Nicholson, Zairda......
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Charwoman .......... Feb.26, 1906
Laborer ............... Feb.28, 1906


Salary.


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1,200
1,000
1,000

1,000
1,000
480
480


720
720

1,800




540

240



1,200
1,000
900
780
660
540
420


Remarks.


Tem porary.
Do.

Dropped from rolls;
on furlough with-
out pay since Sept.
30, 1905.

Temporary appoint-
ment made per-
manent.
Do.













Dropped from rolls.
Transferred to Bu-
reau of Insular Af-
fairs.








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(b) OFFICE OF THE GENERAL AUDITOR.


Name. Position.


Appointment.

Glaze, A. A ............ Clerk ................


Promotions and reduc-
tions.

Wallace. Oliver T., jr.
Handy, Wm. Y ........
Warwick, Frank B....
Whitton, Alfred C.....
Perviel, Charles W....
Fisher, W .m.J .........
Cook, John W.......
Wiseman, Roy H ......


Clerk ...............
.....do.................
.....do................
.....do................
.....do................
.....do................
.....do.................
.....do................


Date.


Feb. 16,1906





Feb. 1,1906
Mar. 1,1906
.....do .......
.....do.......
.....do .......
.....do .......
.....do.......
.....do .......


Salary.


$900


8900 to
1,400 to
1,400 to
1,200 to
1,100 to
* 900 to
900 to
900 to


1,000
1,600
1,600
1,400
1,200
1,200
1,000
1.000


VI.T..- -114



VISION. '
"81" *"
.* "



Remarks. :,




Transferred fromx
Isthmus of Paaflja
ma.



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(c) OFFICE OF THE GENERAL PURCHASING OFFICER.


Appointments.

Ford, Herbert H....... Clerk ................ Jan. 11,1906
Ray, Win.E .......... Messenger boy........ Mar. 5, 1906

Promotions and reduc-
tions.


Cunningham, George
A.
Parks, Frederick R....
Dole, Charles E .......
Anderson, Edward D..
Daskam, Ralph.......
Perham, Sidney H ...
Herring, Georgia D....
McCormick. Anna F ..
Niland, Julia P........
Robey, Marie M .......
Rous, Bessie D ........
Cushing, Sarah K ....

Separations.

Gallagher, Hugh J.,
major U. S. Army.
Jones, Win. R .........
Robertson, Alfred....


Clerk ...............

.....do................
.....do.................
.....do................
.....do ...............
.....do................
.....do.................
.....do..............

.....do................
.....do................
.....do...............



Deputy general pur-
chasing officer.
Messenger boy .......
Clerk,................


Landreau, John C..... Messenger ...........
Fuhrer, Mansfield..... Stenographer .........


FIELD SERVICE-SAN
FRANCISCO.

Promotions and reduc-
tions.

De Yol, Carroll A.,
mnor U. S. Army.


Assistant purchasing
agent.


Mar. 1,1906

.....do .......
.....do .......
.....do .......
.....do .......
.....do .......
.....do .......
.....do .......
.....do.......
.....do.......
.....do .......
.....do.......



Jan. 31,1906

Feb. 28,1906
Mar. 11,1906

Mar. 23,1906
Mar. 26,1906







Feb. 1,1906


91,600 to

1,500 to
1,400 to
1,200 to
1,200 to
1,200 to
720 to
720 to
720 to
720 to
720 to
480 to


1,800

1,600
1,600
1,400
1,400
1,400
780
780
780
780
780
780


a 6,480

400
1,000

480
1,200







65,076 to 4,076


Recalled by Secre-
tary of War.
Resigned.
Transferred to Isth-
mus of Panama.
Resigned.
Do.


(d) OFFICE OF THE DISBURSING OFFICER.


Promotions and reduc-
tions.

Miller, Virgil C........ Clerk ................. Mar. 1,1906 81,400 to 81,600
Roman, Julia B ..........do................. .....do. .... 720 to 900


aIncluding by the terms of appointment 13,500 paid from army funds; amount paid by Commission,
82.980.
b Including by the terms of appointment $4,076 paid from army funds; amount formerly paid by
Commission, 81,000.





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(e) OFFICE OF THE COMMITTEE ON ENGINEERING.

Name. Position. Date. Salary. Remarks.

Appointments.
Whitman, Ralph...... Engineer-draftsman.. Jan. 12,1906 $1,800 Temporary appoint-
ment made per-
manent through
Executive order
of January 8,1906.
Promotions and reduc-
tions.
Harden, Edward B.... Chief draftsman ...... Mar. 1,1906 $2,400 to 3,000
Wansleben, Thomas O. Draftsman .................do ....... 900 to 1,200
Koontz, Ralph......... Messenger boy........ .....do....... 360 to 420
Separations.
Herring, Harry T ...... Engineer-draftsman .. Jan. 10,1906 1,S00 Temporary.
Simms, Eleanor B...... Clerk ....................do ....... 720 Do.
Cornish.Lorenzo D.... Draftsman ........... Jan. 24, 1906 1,800 Do.
Weigbell,John T .... ........do................ .....do....... 1,500 Do.
Maurer,Emil F........ .....do.............. .. Jan. 31,1906 2,100 Do.
Smith, Walter M........... do..................... do ....... 1,90 Do.
Weniger, Joseph....... Messenger ............ Feb. 8,1906 840 Do.
Shafer, Dorothy ....... Clerk ................. Feb. 28, 1906 720 Do.
Oakes, John C., cap- Secretary of consult- Feb. 11,1906 .................. Recalled by Secre-
tain U. S. Army. ing board of engi- tary of War.
neers.


17. The Chairman presented to the Commission the substance of the
information contained in a letter from Disbursing Officer Williams,
dated March 10, 1906, making recommendations as to the method to
be followed in case the bankers' agreement, expiring April 29, 1906,
was not renewed, for securing the necessary funds to meet demands
on the Isthmus. The Chairman further called attention to his cable-
gram, dated Culebra, April 10, 1906, to the Secretary of War, and
the Secretary's reply thereto, dated April 11, 1906, as follows:

SECRETARY OF VWAR, Washinglon:
We are to-day drawing our last draft for funds under bankers' agreement expiring
April 29. While this agreement has worked fairly satisfactorily there has been con-
stantly increasing scarcity of Panama silver latterly. The bankers have notified our
disbursing officer that they required more than ten days' notice because of this
scarcity. We have therefore been fearful each payday that the bankers would be
absolutely unable to furnish the money required for next pay day. This would
mean disaster to us, as we could not explain our failure to have funds for meeting
payments to class of labor here.
In case another agreement is entered into with these bankers we should reserve
the right to bring in any part or all of funds necessary from the United States in
case bankers do not have the money in possession a reasonable length of time before
each pay period. The present agreement provides no penalty, but penalty would
be of no practical use in case of failure; therefore it is necessary for us to know that
the money is actually here" and available a sufficient time before pay period so that
in case money should not be available we should have time to bring in ourselves.
We regard present situation as extremely serious, and in case a fair agreement can
not be made with these people, believe we should control arrangement either through
some reputable banking company or through subtreasury.
The most essential thing is maintenance of parity.
SHOTS.




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MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAN UANAL COMMISSION.


SnorNTS, Panama: .:i."
Your cable of April 10 received; also your letter of April 1 and Williams's.
Present bankers' contract does not prevent our importing gold or United Stati"n
rency, if we desire, but my difficulty in making effort to renew it is more
It is quite evident that bankers are not satisfied with profits they have made i.
present contract, and that we can not renew it on same terms. I should be
to renew on somewhat better terms for them, and request, under our arrangemo i
from the Government of Panama the issue of another million pesos to relieve inca" .
ing scarcity of silver, if it offered remedy for conditions we must anticipate. TlW.i
would be less expensive probably than any other course, but it would not be per. .;.
manent. Silver again become scarce as our operations grew, and more would 'sal
be needed. Another remedy commends itself. By our currency arrangement wit!'.:
Panama it has made American gold dollar legal monetary standard in the Repub- -
lie. The Panama peso, although the largest coin now actually in use, is by lIy.
equivalent to 50 cents United States gold, our money. No objection therefore -
can exist to actual introduction American gold dollars into circulation. Williamn' Vs
reports show impatience with bankers' agreement natural in disbursing officer upon
whom present arrangement places so much responsibility. He seems to be in e~rr
as to cost under renewed agreement, but he does show that gold can be used .pg
with native labor, and that time has arrived for following his suggestion of abolis-,:
ing distinction between gold and silver rolls. We can import gold from United':::
States. On the Isthmus, we can take in or obtain as much silver as is easily available
without special bankers' agreement, and thus aid in maintaining parity. To,.secige..
reasonable rates of exchange for employees, we can sell postal money orders,on:.
United States at same as domestic rates here. This arrangement, while more cos ly
to Government than present arrangement, will, I think, meet situation until Con-
gress can give us authority necessary to secure establishment in the Canal Zone of
American bank as Government depository through which we can conduct finamida:.
transactions, and in which we may safely allow disbursing officers to keep money
needed.
If you, after conference with Stevens, Magoon, and Williams, concur with these
suggestions, issue immediate orders for shipment of necessary gold next payment.
I have submitted your dispatch to President and Secretary of Treasury, and they
approve of this answer..
Let Magoon show this dispatch to President Amador before action.
TArT. -

The Chairman also stated that steps were being taken to establish a
money-order system on the Isthmus, explaining that such a system
would not only serve as a convenience to the employees, but would
enable .the Commission to avail itself of the money received, following
each pay period, reducing to that extent the necessary shipment of. *'
funds required monthly by the Disbursing Officer.
Pursuant to the authorization of the Secretary of War, and in the
absence of Congressional legislation whereby the Commission could
secure the advantages of a Government depositary on the Isthmus,
through which to conduct its financial transactions, it was-
Resolved, That the action of the Chairman in authorizing the ship-::
ment of United States money to the Disbursing Officer on the Isthmusi:;
in response to his requisition for funds, and the action of the Gov'I::
ernor of the Canal Zone, after conference with the Chairman and':i
approved by the Chairman while on the Isthmus, for the immediate:






MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION.


installation of a postal money-order system in the Canal Zone post-
offices, be approved.
Resolved, That the Disbursing Officer is further authorized to sell his
drafts against New York for such silver as may be required to meet
Spay-roll expenses, in addition to that which may be received through
other sources of income on the Isthmus, and that, with the consent of
the Secretary of War first obtained, the bankers' agreement expiring
April 29, 1906, be not renewed.
18. The Commission entered upon final consideration of its estimates
for appropriation for funds to continue the construction of the canal
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1906, which were approved and sub-
mitted to the Secretary of War, as follows:
ISTHMIAN CANAL AFFAIRS,
OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION,
iF ashington, I. C., HMay 2, 1906.
SIR: In accordance with the provisions of section 3 of an act of
Congress approved December 21, 1905, 1 beg to submit herewith state-
ments of appropriation to continue the construction of the Isthmian
Canal for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1907.
It was not possible to submit these estimates prior to the 15th day
of October, as prescribed by section 5 of an act referred to in section
3 of said act of December 21, 1905; but, nevertheless, it is understood
that if immediately transmitted these estimates will be before the
appropriate committee in time for consideration in connection with
the sundry civil bill.
the question of the amount to be expended during the fiscal year,
for which estimates are herewith submitted, is dependent upon the type
of canal. Therefore, in the absence of any legislation reversing the
provisions of existing law authorizing a lock canal, these estimates
have been submitted on the basis that the plan recommended by the
minority of the advisory hoard, and approved by the Isthmian Canal
Commission, the Secreta'ry of War, and the President, will be the type
of canal to be followed, with such modifications in the details of that
type as the Commission may deem wise.
Very respectfully, T. P. SHONTS,
SChairmzan.
The SECRETARY OF WAR.

ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS TO CONTINUE THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE
ISTHMIAN CANAL FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1907.
1. Salaries of members, officers, and employees of the Isthmian Canal
Commission, including inspectors of material, examiners, assist-
ant purchasing and shipping agents, and all other employees in
S the United States---.....--......-- ..-------------......-....... $284, 868.33
S2. Incidental expenses, including rents, cable and telegraph service,
supplies, stationery and printing, and traveling expenses in the
United States, including rent of the Panama Canal building in
S theDistrict of Columbia, $12,000, and text-books and books of
reference, $1,000---..--------------.------------------ 133, 354. 36
Si'. Pay of officers and employees other than skilled and unskilled
labor on the Isthmus -----...-------..........---...-.....----.......-.....---------------... 3,915,398.32




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4. Skilled labor on the Isthmus ..-...--..--- ................----. $5, 593, 020.2-0,.i
5. Unskilled labor on the Isthmus-..-..-................-......... 4,148,451 0
6. Purchase and delivery of material, supplies, and equipment for the
Isthmus of Panama---..................... .....-----........ 10, 374,511.39:: ..
7. To authorize the loan to the Panama Railroad Company under the'
terms expressed in the act of Congress of February 27, 1906, for
the purchase and delivery of new equipmentand improvements.. 1,250, 000.00 .i
8. Miscellaneous expenditures, cable and telegraph service, stationery
and printing, and traveling and incidental expenses on the
Isthmus--...--...---..-------......------......---------........... 648,670.00
Total ................................................. 26,348,281.40



ISTHMIAN CANAL AFFAIRS,
OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION,
IWa~4ington, D. C., iMay 2, 1906.
SIR: 1 have the honor to transmit to you herewith a detailed state-
ment, based on information received from the heads of all departments
of work under the Isthmian Canal Commission, as to their probable
financial needs during the fiscal year 1907, and which served as a basis
in reaching the estimates as submitted to you on May 2, 1906, for the.
appropriation of the sum of $26,348,281.40, divided into eight head-
ings, as follows:
1. Salaries of members, officers, and employees of the Commission in the United
States.
2. Incidental expenses in the United States.
3. Pay of officers and employees other than skilled and unskilled labor on the
Isthmus.
4. Skilled labor on the Isthmus.
5. Unskilled labor on the Isthmus.
6. Purchase and delivery of material, supplies, and equipment.
7. To authorize a loan to the Panama Railroad Company, to reequip that road
8. Miscellaneous expenditures.
My object in transmitting to you this statement is to enable you,
and through you the committees of Congress, to understand the exact
manner in which the total under each of these headings was arrived
.at; and while it represents the best forethought of the Commission and
its subordinate chiefs, it can, nevertheless, be only considered an intel-
ligent "guess;" in fact, each head of department and office refused to
be bound to expenditures in accordance with this detailed statement.
It must be readily appreciated that work in a formative state, on such
a gigantic scale, must have such wide fluctuations that it is impossible
for the head of any department or office to foresee what may develop.
during the succeeding year.
While it is not known whether or not Congress has any intention
of making the appropriation of funds for continuing the construction
of the canal in the detailed form" followed with the long and well-
established Departments at Washington (which form has, however,.
been followed in the detailed statement I herewith transmit), I never-.
theless wish to emphatically urge against such action, as the restrictions
which would thereby be placed upon disbursements would undoubtedly
seriously hamper the work. The Commission, for some time to come,
should be given sufficient elasticity, not only to overcome the fact,


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MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION.


already stated, that needs of existing departments can not be foreseen
in such detail, but to enable it to create new employment, and to pro-
S vide additional equipment and machinery, the necessity for which can
not at this time-be foreseen, but which might arise during the period
for which appropriation is requested, and the absence of authority to
provide for them would be vital to the successful conduct of the work.
In fact, even with a digest appropriation under eight headings, in
the present state of the work, there is the grave danger of exhausting
the appropriation under one head and having an excess of funds under
another head. The appropriation could be utilized to the best advan-
tage if made in one lump sum, and, with the methods followed by the
Commission, this would result in considerable economy without sur-
render of any of the safeguards with which the expenditure of Gov-
ernment funds should be surrounded.
Furthermore, attention is respectfully invited to the inclosed report
of the Auditing Department, setting forth in detail the vast amount of
work which would be imposed in the handling of a digest appropria-
tion, one of the many important features of which is that it would
require the disbursing officers to carry much larger amounts of funds
on hand than would otherwise be necessary, because, while they might
have funds to cover certain items, they might have none of the partic-
ular funds for some needed voucher held for payment. In consider-
ation of the absence of banking facilities on the Isthmus, and its
remoteness from the subtreasuries of the United States, this is in
itself a most important consideration.
Very respectfully, T. P. SHONTS,
Chairman.
The SECRETARY OF WAR.


ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION,
OFFICE OF GENERAL AUDITOR,
IJIashington, D. C., May 2, 1906.
SIR: I have the honor to respectfully submit herewith a draft of the
estimates of appropriations to continue the construction of the Isth-
mian Canal during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1907, for the sum
of $26,348,281.40.
After consultation with the Assistant Chief there were selected eight
headings under which this sum is divided, namely:
1. Salaries of members, officers, and employees of the Commission in the United
States.
2. Incidental expenses in the United States.
3. Pay of officers'and employees other than skilled and unskilled labor on the
Isthmus.
4. Skilled labor on the Isthmus.
5. Unskilled labor on the Isthmus.
6. Purchase and delivery of material, supplies, and equipment.
7. To authorize a loan to the Panama Railroad Company to reequip that road.
8. Miscellaneous expenditures:
S If this appropriation could be secured like earlier appropriations-
that is, in a lump-sum total-there would be considerable economy
without surrender of any of the safeguards with which the expendi-
ture of this Government's funds should be surrounded.
The fund appropriated June 28, 1902, was expended in toto about
the 24th of December, 1905. The appropriation of December 21,1905,


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of $11,000,000 has been drawn upon to the extent of about $7,0 A
on February 27, 1906, there was a so-called digest appropriation I
of the sum of $5,990,746. This sum was divided between-
1. Miscellaneous material purchases in the United States. -
2. Miscellaneous material purchases on the Isthmus.
3. Payment to Panama Railroad Company for material and services.
4. Isthmus pay rolls. ...
5. Salaries and expenses in the United States.
6. New equipment purchases.
7. Advances to Panama Railroad Company for reequipment.
With even this division of the fund there appears the incre
expense in its administration, beginning with the requisition for fua
which must be made to show the amount required under each a
heading of the appropriation, and continuing through the disb.r.
ments by the proper pay officers, the administrative examrintiona
settlement by the Auditor for the War Department, and the final eat-cl
clusion by the Comptroller if he shall have been appealed to or '.h-6 '
have elected to review the account. There is, in addition to the&&
nary question of the propriety and legality of expenditures, the f t
question of whether payments have been made from the proper fi i
To determine this there must be added to each voucher a designatiifrN:
of the fund from which the amount may be paid. This leads to qniii b
tions at times, and the determination of the proper fund is sometimer .t
reached only after personal conferences between all officers concernei' i:i
The act of December 21, 1905, requires that an estimate of the ne*i.iN
of the Commission shall hereafter be submitted in detail, as far as pfT*iie.
ticable. By the call made by you for estimates from all departmentiii
of the Commission there has been assembled in this office the amoaitei:
needed for each and every purpose, so far as this can be determziteWii|.e
as, for example, the Chief Engineer submits an estimate of the nunbeli
of employees in his department, divided between assistant chief eN'i"!i&:
neers, office engineers, division engineers, assistant division engineert.Mi
resident engineers, superintendents of various kinds, clerks, stenognraM- .
phers, draftsmen, timekeepers, etc., designating the grade and rat.oif!A
pay for each employee in his department other than skilled and!
unskilled laborers.
There is not only a lack of flexibility which would detract from t
highest class of administration in a work not fully organized anda
tematized, which is, of course, by far the greater objection, but in 4
tion thereto there is added expense in the payment of salaries anidl
settlement of accounts when appropriations are made for each poi
throughout an organization. There devolves upon the administltf
auditors the duty of knowing that each voucher is not only a legal a
proper charge in other respects, but that the employrderit of the payei
has been authorized,and he must determine and locate the exact itemi ;.
which provision is made by the Congress for payment of the particul".
salary: the same process should be gone through by the disburi4in
officers. So also must the auditors for the.Treasury Department gw
consideration to these questions in the settlement of accounts. i
There is just now, as I am reliably informed, a serious contentit~
between the Office of the Secretary of the Treasury, division of'booht
keeping, on the one hand, and the several Treasury auditors on
other as to whose duty it is to keep the accounts of appropriatiotNs
not in the aggregate, but in this detail, which has in recent years. h~
expressed in the appropriation acts. The Secretary's Oflie contend

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MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION. 17

:i that that Office should see that the total amount appropriated for a
given purpose is not exceeded, and that the Treasury auditors should
keep books of accounts to show the proper advance of funds and
expenditures therefrom under the several detailed headings and for
the exact purpose for which the appropriation was made. I doubt if
: either officer, under the duties for him prescribed by law, could have
the right after Congress has so divided the fund to fai' to examine the
account as to its correctness, even in this minute particular.
Another thing, a disbursing officer is required, under the plan of
minute detail, to carry larger amounts of funds on hand than would
otherwise be necessary, as he may have funds of several classes aggre-
gating a large total, but none of the particular funds needed for some
voucher held for payment. When disbursing officers have drawn up
to the limit fixed by the Secretary of the Treasury much delay is
occasioned to secure funds of the class needed. All this tends to costly
rather than economical administration, and sometimes causes embar-
rassing delays. There would be every argument in favor of a lump-
sum appropriation for the Commission.
The next best thin to be contended for would seem to be an appro-
priation under the eight digest headings as arranged and mentioned
herein above.
The fact that Congress may conclude, notwithstanding such argu-
i ments as may be made against it, to appropriate for specific positions
: 'by titles and grades, has led to the preparation, by direction of the
Assistant Chief, of a statement showing the several amounts going to
Make up the total-for which the estimate has been submitted. I
inclose herewith for such use as may be made of it this detailed
Statement.
S It is hoped that such action may be taken as will lead to a favorable
;. view by Congress of your recommendation and that of the Secretary
1, of War that this appropriation be made a. lump-sum appropriation, in
order that the entire amount appropriated may be used to the best
possible advantage without our being, as will undoubtedly result in a
digest appropriation, ahead on some items and short on others, and,
as usually happens in such cases, short on the very funds which would
be most needed. To continue the allotment of funds under digest
: .headings, some of which can not be immediately employed, would
unnecessarily increase the large aggregate of appropriations, indicating
: a greater expenditure than would actually occur, and leaving a part of
: the fund unemployed. This will result in adverse criticism which
liP: might be avoided.
Very respectfully, HARRY C. LEWIS
Acting General Auditor.
The Chairman of the JsTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION.

T,:::ijeTmTEI OF APPROPRIATIONS TO CONTINUE THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE
II THMIAN CANAL, REQUIRED FOR THE SERVICE OF THE FISCAL YEAR END-


f.ki


ING ZJUE 30, 1907, BY THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION.
:.i a':. laries of members, officers, and employees of the Isthmian Canal
"Commission, including inspectors of material, examiners, assist-
.. iAnt purchasing and shipping agents, and all other employees in
tIhe United Sttea..--.------- ---- --.------------ $284,868.33

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MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION.


2. Incidental expenses, including rents, cable and telegraph service,
supplies, stationery and printing, and traveling expenses in the
United States (including rent of the Panama Canal building in
the District of Columbia, $12,000, and text-books and books of
reference, $1,000)...... .......... ... ........ ...........--...-
3. Pay of officers and employees other than skilled and unskilled
labor on the Isthmus .....................................
4. For skilled labor on the Isthmus.---...----... ..-.....-- ...------
5. For unskilled labor on the Isthmus.................- ...........
S 6. For purchase and delivery of material, supplies, and equipment for
the Isthmus of Panama ...----......---...--- ...--------...---


I


5133,35 ,:1!

3,915,398. 8
5,593,020. 00:':
4,148,459.00' .

10, 374, 511..3


7. To authorize the loan to the Panama Railroad Conpany, under the
terms expressed in the act of Congress of February 27, 1906, for ":t
the purchase and delivery of new equipment and improvements- 1,250,000.00
8. For miscellaneous expenditures, cable and telegraph service, sta- ..i
tionery and printing, and traveling and incidental expenses on
the Isthmus.............---------------------....................--.... 648,670.00 :

Total .. --------............................................... 26, 348,281.4

DETAILED STATEMENT.

ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS TO CONTINUE THE CONSTRUCTION OT TH '!
ISTHMIAN CANAL, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1907.



ITEM No. 1.

Salaries of members, officers, and employees of the Isthmian Canal
Commission, including inspectors of material, examiners, assistant
purchasing and shipping agents, and all other employees in the
United States ------....... ------.....--.-------.--.....-.. ----. $284,868. 33

ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION.

Salaries of members of the Commission: ...
Chairman of the Commission ..........--.-- ..---.- $30,000.00
Governor of the Canal Zone........................ 17,500.00
Gen. P. C. Hains.......---.............. $7,500.00
Less pay and allowances as an officer of
the Army.......................... 4,125.00

Net amount.......'....... ........... ..... 3, 375.00
Admiral M. T. Endicott...-............. 7,500.00
Less pay and allowances as an officer
of the Navy....................... 6,220.00 :
Net amount.---------------------------- 1,280.00

Col. O. H. Ernst ....................... 7,500.00
Less pay and allowances as an officer
of the Army --..--...--...----.. 4,125.00

Net amount....---...--- ..--------..--........ 3, 375.00
B. M. Harrod..................................... 7,500.00
Secretary of the Commission-..-- -..--....-......-. 10,000.00 i

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OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION.

Isthmian Canal Affairs.

IChief ofofice..................................---------------------------.-- $4,500.00
Law officer ----.. --..--.......---.. ..........-....... 6,000.00
3 chiefs of division, at $1,800----.---.-----------....... 5,400.00
5 clerks, at $1,400 .......-----........................ ------------7,000.00
7 clerks, at $1,200 -----------.. ----...-----.------. 8,400.00
5 clerks, at $1,000 ....................--------------........... 5,000.00
8 clerks, at $900..----.--.-- -----.------------------ 7, 200. 00
1 laborer, at $660.. ---...--....-- ....-- ..--......-- ... 660.00
1 messenger, at $600...--- .........------ ....-----.. ---600.00
2 messengers, at $480 .............------------------ 960.00
2 messenger boys, at $360--.......--.... ....- .. ------720. 00
Custodian's force:
1 custodian, at $1,200-..........---- .......... ..... 1,200.00
1 telegrapher, at $1,200......--...-----......... --1,200. 00
1 clerk, at $780---.......................-....------780.00
1 skilled laborer, at $1,000 ......................... 1,000.00
1 watchman, at $900-.......-- .---------.. .......... 900.00
1 laborer, at $720--..........................--... 720.00
1 watchman, at $720............................... 720. 00
1 messenger, at $720---....-------- ---.-----------. 720.00
1 elevator conductor, at $660.......-- -------------- 660.00
2 laborers, at $540.....---- .........----------.--- 1,080.00
1 messenger boy, at $420.....----------.--..---... 420.00
1 telephone operator, at $360--------................... 360.00
5 charwomen, at $240...-----..........---........--. 1,200.00
General auditor ..--- ...-- ..---...--. ---...--.....--.. 10,000.00
Chief deputy, at $2,800 ............................ 2,800.00
1 chief clerk, at$2,100..-...---. ............-...... 2,100.00
1 chief bookkeeper, at $2,000......-------. ..-- ..... 2, 000.00
1 chief claim clerk, at $2,000 --.....- ........... .... 2, 000. 00
4 clerks, at $1,600 -----------------------.. ------- 6,400.00
1 clerk, at $1,500 ................................. 1,500.00
2 clerks, at $1,400 ...-----.--.--..... ..--....-.... 2, 800. 00
4 clerks, at $1,200 -------------------------------4,800.00
. 4cerkB "at$l,200 ................................ 4,800.00
5 clerks, at $1,000 ...........-- .........--------- ... 5,000.00
3 clerks, at $900.....------------------------------ 2,700.00
1 messenger, at 600------...---.--------------. 600.00
General purchasing officer ..--..--.....--........-... 12,000.00
1 law clerk, at $2,400------........--- ----------...-- 2,400.00
1 chief clerk, at $1,800............................. 1,800.00
S 1 clerk, at $1,800-------......--..--- ............-- .. 1,800.00
2 clerks, at $1,600........-----...----.----........ 3,200.00
3 clerks, at $1,400 ..----.--....-.........---- ...... 4,200.00
2 clerks, at $1,200 ................................. 2,400.00
3 clerks, at $1,000 ..........--......-------------------..... 3, 000.00
3 clerks, at $900.............------ -............... 2,700.00
6 clerks, at $780...-.--...--.--..-- -------------. 4,680.00
1 messenger, at $db-..--.. ----..--.. ...--. Poo00.00
1 messenger boy, at $480_ ------- --------------*.. 480.00
: 1 messenger boy, at $360...---..---.-- ..--..----... 360.00



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Disbursing officer ......... ................. ........
1 clerk, at $1,600.....-....-...........-- .........
1 clerk, at $1,400..................................
1 clerk, at $1,000...--..........--.................
1 clerk, at $900..-........ ......................-- --
1 messenger, at $720 .... ..................... ......
Committee on engineering:
1 chief draftsman, at $3,000........................
1 draftsman, at $1,800 .............................
S 1 draftsman, at $1,500 ...-...................... --
1 clerk, at $1,800 .................................
-1 clerk, at $1,200 --.......................---......
2 draftsmen, at $1,200..............................
1 clerk, at $900....... -- ...........................
2 messenger boys, at $420-----------............----..........
Possible increase in number of employees during the fiscal
year to provide for any emergency....................



Office of assistant purchasing agent, New York:


Assistant purchasing agent, at $3,000 -...--- $3,000.00
1 chief clerk, at $1,500....--............... 1,500. 00
1 clerk, at $1,380-..----................. 1,380.00
1 clerk, at $1,320-----------.---.----- 1,320.00
.1 clerk, at $1,000 ..-............. .-..... 1,000.00
3 clerks, at $900-....---..---..... ...... 2, 700.00
1 clerk, at $480--------.. -----.---------- 480.00
2 messengers, at $360 ..---..-----......-- 720.00

12,100.00
By resolution of the Isthmian Canal Commission
adopted November 9, 1905, the Commission pays
one-third of the above salaries ........... ......
2 clerks, at $1,200. (Commission pays entire salary)
Office of assistant purchasing agent, New Orleans:
Assistant purchasing agent, at $2,000 -..............
1 clerk, at $900....................................
1 messenger, at $600 ................ ..............
Office of assistant purchasing agent, Tacoma:
Assistant purchasing agent, at $2,000 ......-.....
1 clerk, at $900----... ----.............. .-- .........
Office of inspecting engineer, New York:
Inspecting engineer, at $3,600............ $3, 600.00
Assistant inspecting engineer, at $1,560 --- 1,560. 00
1 draftsman, at $1,320 ................... 1,320. 00
1 inspector, at $900.----...---..-.------. 900.00
1 stenographer, at $900 .................. 900.00
1 clerk, at $420..---------..... .......... 420.00.

8, 700.00
By resolution of the Isthmian Canal Commission
adopted November 9, 1935, the Commission pays
one-third of the above salaries---...... ..-.....-


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1,600.00
1,400.00
1,000.00
900.00
720.00

3,000.00
1,800.00
1,500.00
1,800.00
1,200.00
2,400.00
900.00
840.00

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2,000.00
900.00
600.00

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inspectors in the United States...........--------------......... $21,000.00

Special commissioners or agents -.-....---...------------. 5,000.00


(Provided in case the Secretary of War or other compe-
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Department of administration:
Division of audits and disbursements-
1 head of office, at $7,860 .................................
1 chief clerk, at $3,600-------........ .......................
1 chief clerk, at $3,000...-......-- ......-- .................
2 assistant chief clerks, at $2,400..---...----.---.---------
S1 chief of division, at $2,400...----........................
I: 3 chiefs of division, at $2,100................-...........
Ri 2 chiefs of division, at $1,800.-.....---..-................
. 1 cashier, at $3,100 ......-.. ----........---- ..............
ife 3 paymasters, at $2,500 --.........-.......................
3 pay clerks, at $2,200 ..................................
3 pay clerks, at $2,000 .---............................
..1 pay .cler at $1,800.....................................
1 pay clerk, at $1,800 ----- -----------------------
1 head bopkkeeper, at $2,200..............--- .............
2 clerks at $2,000 ---.------....----.-......................
.. 21 clear a....t $1800 .- .. ..... ..................

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Incidental expenses, including rents, cable and telegraph serv-
ice, supplies, stationery and printing, and traveling expenses
in the United States (including rent of the Panama Canal
building in the District of Columbia, $12,000, and text-books
and books of reference, $1,000)..........---.......----......-----...' $133,354.36

For rent of buildings in the United States (including the Panama Canal
building in the District of Columbia, $12,000) .----....----.......----- 15,811.08
Traveling expenses of officers and employees of the Commission in the
United States ----..--..--------..---..--..----....--.....---..........-. 17,500.00
STraveling expenses of inspectors, examiners, and special agents or
officers ....-......-....... ..--------..........-------........---.. 26,000.00
Fuel, light, and power.......-------------........--....--..............--2,810.00
Telegrams, cablegrams, and telephones .-------...-..-------------- 16,800.00
Furniture and fixtures..---.......-............----........-- ..... 4,000000
Stationery, office supplies, books, including text-books and books of
reference, printing, and Apecifications.----------.-------------- 38,375.00
Advertising, by newspapers and posters...--.....-- ..---- ..-- .---. 7, 258.28
Incidental expenses of administration--...---.........-..... ------4,800.00



ITEM No. 3.

-Pay of officers and employees other than skilled and unskilled
Labor on the Isthmus..........----------.............---------......... $3,915, 398. 32


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7, 860.00
3, 600.00
3, 000.00
4, 800.00
2, 400. 00
6,300.00
3, 600. 00
3,100.00
7,500.00
6,600.00
6,000.00
1,800.00
2,200.00
4,000.00
37,800.00


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22 MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION

Department of administration- Continued.
Division of audits and disbursements-Continued.
5 clerks, at $1,600 ............-------- ..... .................
17 clerks, at $1,500 -.......................... ....... .....
1 clerk, at $1,400............................ ............
13 clerks, at $1,200 ....-.....--.............---....-.....-
2 clerks, at $900....-..-...................................
2 clerks, at $480 -..........-.............. ..... ..........
1 clerk, at $360.....----......-...-...------...........
1 stenographer, at $1,800 ................................
5 stenographers, at $1,500...--....--......................
1 stenographer, at $1,200...........-....... ............---
2 inspectors, at $1,800 .................................
2 inspectors, at $1,600 -.......-----..-----................
17 inspectors, at $1,500 ---.... .......................-....
4 inspectors, at $1,200 ................................
1 messenger, at $480..............-... ..................-.
1 messenger, at $360. ---..................................
1 messenger, at $300..........................-..........
1 money counter, at $900.....-......--..--............-....
1 money counter, at $840..............-....- ..............
1 money counter, at $720....................... ..........
1 chief messenger, at $600...---..----..-------.......--.. .-
1 porter, at $300-.....-- ...................................
1 night watchman (principal office) Empire, at $600........
3 porter-messenger-janitors for 3 substations, Ancon, Empire,
and Cristobal, at $480..- ......-......--- ...----......
3 night watchmen for 3 substations, at $600 .................
Division of material and supplies:
Employees on annual salary (gold)-
1 chief of division, at $9,000....-....----. .................
1 assistant chief of division, at $4,000 ......................
2 chief clerks, a3,000........----------------........................--.--
1 chief clerk, at $2,100--................-.................
1 secretary, at $2,100 ....................... ----.........
I assistant chief clerk, at $2,500....... ........-- .........-
1 clerk, stationery department, at $2,500.................
1 chief bookkeeper, at $2,500.................. .... .......
5 clerks, at $2,100 ..........................-...........-.
7 clerks, at $1,800.........-...--.........-............
1 stenographer and clerk, at $1,800 ..............------....
33 clerks, at $1,500 .... ....... ....... ...............--- .--
29 clerks, at $1,200 .........-----.........................
1 clerk, at $1,080............................ ..... ..
2 clerks, at $1,000 ......................................
7 clerks, at $900.......... .............................
1 clerk, at $780........... .. ..-..........-.............-
1 clerk, at $720..-------------- -- .-------- .-- -.L.----------
Sclerkopyists, at $720.......................................
6 copyists, at $900------.........--.---..----.----------.-.----
3 copyists, at $720---..-..-.-. ..... ....... ..--.-.--.-...
12 stenographers, at $1,500 .............. ...............
1 traveling inspector, at $3,000 ...........................
1 storekeeper, at $3,000..............................-----
2 storekeepers, at $2,500 ..................................


$8,000.
25,500.00
1,400. : i4
15,600. oo-
1,800.0061
960.00
360. 00 .::!'ii
1,800.00 ,t
7, 500. 00 :'...
1,200.001 ..:'H".':."i
3,600. 00..7::
3, 200. 00.:'
25,500. 00
4,800.00
480.00 .
360.00 :
300.00 :. l
900.00 .
840.00 '..
720.00 ,'
600.00
300. 00
600.00

1,440.00
1,800.00 .


9,000.00 .
4,000.00
6,000.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
2, 500.00
2,500.00
2,500.00
10,500.00
12,600.00
1,800.00
49,500.00' ..:1
34, 800.00
1,080.00
2,000.00
6,300. 00".:
780.00
720.00 t
5,400.00
2,160.00 "
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Division of material and supplies-Continued.
Employees on annual salary (gold)-Continued.
1 storekeeper, at $2,100......................-----..........
2 storekeepers, at $1,500 ..................................
1 storekeeper, at $1,500.... .............................
1 assistant storekeeper, at $2,500 ......- ..--
1 receiving and forwarding agent, at $2,500 ............
1 assistant storekeeper, at $1,800 ..........................
1 chief, shipping department, at $2,400 ..----------.....-
1 stationer and printer, at $2,400 ................-.........
1 member board of survey and appraisals, at $2,400.........
1 superintendent transportation and corrals, at $1,800.......
1 veterinary surgeon, at $1,800 ............-..............
1 assistant veterinary, at $900 .... ........................
1 wagon master, at $1,500.--..... ........... ...--........
1 wagon master, at $1,200......-..- ...--..--..-.......-
3 wagon masters, at $1,080......... ....................
1 wagon master, at $900.------ --------.--.---..-----------
1 assistant wagon master, at $900 ................-. ........
1 corral foreman, at $900..... ............-.... .----.......
2 lumber inspectors, at $2,500...---.... ......... --
3 general foremen, at $1,800..-.............-..............
3 foremen, at $1,800 ---..-.-..-................--........-
11 foremen, at $1,500....................-.............--.
S-10 foremen, at $1,200..... .- -.......-..... .... ...........-
1 foreman, at $1,080 -..- ..... -----...- -----. .... ... -
3 foremen, at $1,000 ........- ............. ..............-
4 foremen, at $900............................ .----.....-
I foreman carpenter, at 1,500.............--..............
6 checkers, at $900 --... ...---......* ... ..... ......... .....
1 checker, at $720 ........................................
1 checker, at $480 ---...... ............. ...... ...... ....--
1 typewriter repair man, at $1,500 ---------- --...----..
1 local express agent, at $1,500 ....-..... ................--
Employees on annual salary (silver, reduced to gold)-
I clerk, at $1,680 .---------..------..............-........---------. $1,680. 00=
1 clerk, at $1,560-.----............-- .----... 1,560.00=
4 clerks, at $1,500 ........................... 6, 000. 00=
3 clerks, at 1,440---.....------------........ ...... 4,320.00=
9 clerks, at $1,200 -----------------.-------- 10, 800. 00=
3 clerks, at $900.......----.---........-.... --- 2, 700.00=
1 clerk, at $540.--.------------- -----------. 540.00=
2 checkers, at$1,560-----.................... -3,120.00=
7 checkers, at $1,200..--..-----.-...-- .... --- 8, 400. 00=
3 checkers, at $f,080..--------..------..... ..----. 3, 240.00=
1 checker, at $960 ----------..........--... ---- 960.00=
10 checkers, .' $900 ..-----------------.---.. 9, 000. 00=
1 chief watchman, at $1,800--------------... 1,800.00=
1 watchman, at $1,200-....--...-- --.... -..... 1,200.00=
S2 watchmen, at $1,080.-------------------- 2, 160.00=
17 watchmen, at $900. ------ ------------.. -. 15, 300.00=
10 watchmen,. at $780. ---------------------- 7,800. 00=
1 messenger, at,$960 ...... -- ---------------- 960. 00=
I `::...1 messenger, at $540.......................... 540.00=


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3,000.00
1,500.00
2, 500. 00
2, 500. 00
1,800.00
2, 400.00
2, 400.00
2, 400.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
900.00
1,500.00
1,200.00
3,240.00
900.00
900.00
900.00
5,000.00
5,400.00
5,400.00
16, 500.00
12,000.00
1,080.00
3,000.00
3,600.00
1,500.00
5,400.00
720.00
480.00
1,500.00
1,500.00

840.00
780. 00
3,000. 00
2,160.00
5,400.00
1,350.00
270.00
1,560.00
4,200.00
1,620.00
480.00
4,500.00
900.00
600.00
1,080.00
7,650.00
3,900.00
480.00
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24 MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAA CANAL COMMISSION.

Division of material and supplies-Continued.
Employees on annual salary (silver, reduced to gold)-Oontinued.
3 messengers, at $480 ------------.......... ...... $1,440.00=
1 messenger, at $420----......-....- .......... 420. 001
2 messengers, at $300 ....---.....-----.....--..... 600. 00=
1 mail boy, at $840 .......................... 840.00=
1 office boy, at $600 ---------------................. 600.00=
1 janitor, at $1,080 ---......----............... 1,080.00=
1 janitor, at $900 ......-..................... 90.00=
9 clerks (hourly basis).-- ............. ........ ...........
Department of government and sanitation:
Executive office-
1 executive secretary, at $3,600 .. ......................
1 legal adviser, at $4,000.......-----......................
1 chief division (municipalities), at $3,000 ....-.........- -
3 chiefs division, at $2,100 --..---...------......--....----
1 private secretary to governor, at $2,100.....-...........
5 clerks, at $1,800 .-..-. ..........-...... ................
6 clerks, at $1,650 --.............--........................
16 clerks, at $1,500 ......................................
2 clerks, at $1,200 .....................................
1 copyist, at $720..-...............................-.......
1 superintendent administration building, at $1,200.........
3 watchmen, at $600 .............................-... ...
4 laborers, to be used asmessengers, at $312................
14 laborers, to be used as janitors, at $240..................
Personnel, governor's launch-
1 captain, at $1,000 ......-...-.....................--... .-
1 engineer, at $900 ............................... .......
1 fireman, at $500.........-..- .------..........---.......
2 sailors, at $360..- ---...--- .... ......- ....------... .....
Office of water commissioners-
1 water commissioner, at $3,600..........................
1 plumbing inspector, at $2,400........---... --.... ........
1 clerk, at $1,800 ..-..... ........ ..... ... ..............--
1 clerk, at $1,500 ..-....-....--.. ...--..-...............
1 copyist, at $900 ........-........................-------
1 subinspector, at $900..-...-.....................---.....
Fire department-
1 chief, at $2,500.............--.........................
1 assistant chief, at $1,500..............--.......--........
1 clerk, at $1,500 -............................ ...........
5 firemen, at $1,200.....-..- .......-.................
5 firemen, at $1,000--.....-- .....--..----------..---.. ..--
Prosecuting attorney's office-
1 prosecuting attorney, at $5,000. .......................
1 assistant prosecuting attorney, at $2,400 .....-............
1 clerk and stenographer, at $1,500 ......................
1 translator, at $1,800..........................--........--
The judiciary-
1 chief justice, at $6,500 ............. .... .......... .
2 assistant justices, at $6,000 ................. ..............
1 supreme court clerk, at $3,000 .........................
3 circuit court clerks, at $2,000 ........................ &,-- ..








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Department of government and sanitation-Continued.
The judiciary-Continued.
1 interpreter, at $2,000.--.. .............................
3 stenographers, at $1,500 ............. ......--.... .------
3 messengers, at $300......-.......-.....-.............-...
1 janitor, at $600 ................................. --......
2 janitors, at $480...-.......-..........--.............
Police department-
1 chief, at $5,000 .................................-....-..
1 chief clerk, at $2,400..--------......--- .........-.. ..
1 chief, records division, at $2,000.......--........-.......
5 clerks, at $1,500 .... ........ ...... ......... .............
2 clerks, at $1,200 ......---..--.-.........................
1 first lieutenant, at $2,000 ..-.............................
1 second lieutenant, at $1,800..............................
15 first-clas sergeants, at $1,500 ............-..............
15 sergeants, at $1,000 ....................................
40 corporals, at $960---................... ...............
75 first-class policemen, at $900........... ..-.............
250 policemen, at $480...................................
:Collector of revenues-
1 collector of revenues, at $5,000.. .-........-....
1 deputy collector, at $2,000.......---.....------ ..........
1 deputy collector, at $1,800..-............................
2 chiefs of division, at $2,000..---. .....................
S2 chiefs of division, at $1,800........---..... .............
S 2 chiefs of division, at $1,600....................'..........
S10 clerks, at$1,500.-.....................................
3 clerks, at $1,200.........................................
I messenger, at $300.............-.......-.......-...-
Division of posts-
3 postmasters, at $1,800......-...........................
S 12 postmasters, at $1,500. .................................
3 postmasters, at $1,200........--- .........................
5 postal clerks, at $1,500.................................
13 postal clerks, at $1,200--.....-..........................
2 postal clerks, at $1,000...-................... ...........
4 railway mail agents, at $1,000........................
6 messengers, at $420....................................
Division of schools-
; 45 teachers, at $720 -...........- ... ......-................
Land division-
1" surveyor, at $2,100..- - - -- - - -- - - -
Ssurveyor, at $2,100.................... ...............
4 levelmen, at $1,500-...-......_ ---.......................
8 rodmen, at $1,000 ....-..................................
V:. Office of chief sanitary officer-
1 chief sanitary officer, at $10,000.......--................
J 1 chief clerk, at $2,400.--..................................
I. chief, second division (property), at $2,400-.----..........
1 clerk, record, at $1,800 --...........-....................
: : clerks, at $1,500 -----..*......*.........----.---.......
: SI clerks and stenographers, at $1,500 ...--....-.........-
i stenographer1 at $1,800................................
Z clerks, at $1,200 ........---........-..................

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4,500.00
900.00
600.00
960.00

5,000.00
2,400.00
2,000.00
7,500.00
2,400.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
22,500.00
15,000. 00
38,400.00
67,500.00
120,000.00

5,000.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
4,000.00
3,600.00
3,200.00
15,000.00
3,600.00
300.00

5,400.00
18,000.00
3,600.00
7,500.00
15,600.00
2,000.00
4,000.00
2,520.00

32,400.00

2,100.00
6,000.00
8,000.00

10,000.00
2,400.00
2,400. 00
1,800.00
4,500. 00
4,500.00
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Department of government and sanitation-Continued.
Office of chief sanitary officer-Continued.
I copyist and messenger, at $720 ---............----......
1 messenger, at $480......-- -......-- ....................--
1 janitor, at $600---.------ --.................--.............
1 watchman, at $600........---.---------...--. .....---.--
2 laborers for --......-...................................... 75
Property division-
1 chief of division, at $2,000------..............-----------------. 2,000
4 storekeepers and clerks, at $1,500......--...............-.. 6, 000.
3 clerks, at $1,200........ .. .................. ...........-. 3, 600.t-:-
15 laborers, at $312..............----......- -.............. 4, 80.
Board of health laboratory-- :...
1 chief of laboratory, at $4,000............................. 4, O.O..
1 pathologist, at $3,000...---....--------------------.......-----..--....-.... 3, 000
1 bacteriologist, at $3,000 .................................-- 3, OOOiM,
1 nurse, at $720...---....---.............----------..----. 720-.,i
2 attendants, at $600..........-.......................... I, ,200.oI
Santo Tomas Hospital, Panama-- .'
1 superintendent, at $3,600-..---..-- ---........-- ------- -- 3, 600.00
2 internes, at $1,200 ....--..............-- ..---.....----- 2, 400.1
1 nurse, at $1,200-....... ................................. 1, 200. :
1 nurse, at $1,200------------------------------------12 .
2 nurses, at $600- ---------. -----------m.. --------..- 1,200.00:
Chief quarantine office-
1 chief quarantine officer, at $7,000 -..............------------------.. 7,00.00
1 clerk and stenographer, at $1,500 -----------................. 1, 0000
Quarantine station, Panama-
1 quarantine officer, at $2,400 ................--..----..... 2,400.0b;
Detention station, Panama-
1 custodian, also serving as disinfector, at $1,500. --....----- 1,500.00....
Quarantine station, Colon-
1 quarantine officer, at $3,300 -................-----------. 3, 300.00
1 quartermaster and disinfector, at $1,500 ..---.....------- 1,500, 00"
Detention camp, Colon-
1 clerk and custodian, at $1.200 ....-------.----....--.---- 1, 200.. O,
Tent hospital and detention camp, Tabernilla-
1 superintendent, at $2,400-----.......---......---------- 2,400.00
1 physician, at $1,800----....----------............-......-. 1 0.
2 internes, at $1,200 ................--.......... ----------2,400.00
1 quartermaster and clerk, at $1,200 -----------------...........1, 200.
1 druggist, at $900 ..........--..--.....--- ...-- --------- 900,,---:-
Health office, Panama-
1 health officer, at $3,600 ........--------...............---- 3, 600.00
1 assistant health officer, at $2,400....................--- 2, 400. 00
2 physicians, at $1,800 ---------.......................... 3,600. 05
1 medical inspector, at $1,200 ................-----------.... 1,200
1 chief clerk, at $1,500....--..........--.------... ...----. 1,500.00
1 time clerk, at $1,200 -................-......---------. .1, 200.09Q.
1 assistant time clerk, at $900 ...--------...---..........-- 900.
2 sanitary inspectors, at $1,800 ............------------..-- 3,6000.,
8 sanitary inspectors, at $1,200 .-------...-......... -.- ', 600. 01iK
1 storekeeper, at $1,500.-..-....................-- ........-..- .--t ,i i.
1 storekeeper, at $900...-....----------...-- ...-.......... s.90l.Oi
1 foreman, at $1,200 ................-................... 1,200."
9 foremen. at 3900.................................... 8.100.00

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,Department of government and sanitation-Continued.
Sanitation, Canal Zone-
1 chief sanitary inspector, at $3,600..---- --...................... $3, 600.00
1 assistant chief sanitary inspector, at $2,100................ 2, 100.00
1 chief timekeeper, at $1,800 ----------------- --------- -- 1,800.00
1 chief clerk, at $1,800 ..--...................--.....--.... 1,800.00
1 property clerk, at $1,200 -....-- ..--.--....--...-- ---...-- 1,200.00
1 stenographer, at $1,500.............------......-- ..--... 1,500.00
2 sanitary inspectors, at $2,100 .....-.......----..-.------. 4,200.00
6 sanitary inspectors, at $1,800 ............................ 10,800.80
8 sanitary inspectors, at $1,500 .--........-- .......-..-.... 12, 000. 00
10 sanitary inspectors, at $1,200 ..........----......- ...... 12,000.00
6 sanitary foremen, at $900...---................-......... 5,400.00
Health office, Colon-
1 health officer, at $3,600 ......---........................... 3,600.00
1 assistant health officer, at $2400-.... ..-................ 2,400.00
1 chief clerk, at $1,800-...-------. -------.... ---..---..-- .1,800.00
1 clerk, at $1,500..--...- ..................-..........----. 1,500.00
1 timekeeper, at $1,500 ........--....--.-..-.-- ........... 1,500.00
1 assistant timekeeper, at $900.....---..----....----- ----- 900. 00
1 clerk and assistant timekeeper, at $900 .-..-.........--- .. 900.00
S 1 stenographer, at $1,500..--.-------.-----.--- ...-.--.---- 1,500.00
2 sanitary inspectors, at $1.800 ..................---.......... 3,600.00
2 sanitary inspectors, at $1,500 .-.......................... 3,000.00
4 medical inspectors, at $900 ------------------------------ 3,600.00
4 sanitary foremen, at $900-..................-............ 3, 600.00
3 assistant sanitary inspectors, at $720 ...................... 2, 160. OQ
1 foreman carpenter, at $1,500. -.-----.------------------- 1,500.00
Hospital division--
1 director of hospitals, at $8,000 ------------------------. 8,000.00
1 messenger, at $300 ............-......................... 300.00
i. Physicians and internes-
1 chief of clinic, at $4,500 ....----........--............-------------..... 4,500.00
1 oculist and aurist, at $4,500------------------... ........... 4,500.00
10 physicians, at $2,500 .-----.-----...... .............-... 25, 000.00
13 physicians, at $1,800 ...---..--..---....------ ..-------- 23,400. 00
S 30 internes, at $1,200 .................................... 36, 000. 0
Nurses, male and female-
50 nurses, at $900...-----.... -------...-............... .... 45, 000.00
50 nurses, at $720.........................----------------------------................ 36, 000.00
2 superintendents of nurses, at $1,800 ...-.... ... ... .... 3, 600.00
1 superintendent of nurses, at $1,500.----------.-----....... 1,500. CO
1 head nurse, at $1,200. ---....... ............------------. 1,200.00
S 1 assistant superintendent of nurses, at $1,500 ..---------------........ 1,500.00
S1 matron, at $1,500......--..--..........----------------------...... 1,500. CO
1 matron, at $1,200 ----------------------------.. -------.. 1,200.00
3 dietists, at $1,200 ....................................... 3,600.00
3 operating-room nurses, at $1,200-----------...----------. 3, 600. 00
1 nurse, hospital car, at $900 ..:..-.......-........--...... 900.00
lerkse-
4I . chief clerks, at $1,800 ....... ...........-............ 7,200.00
1: 8 ci' hf8 clerks, at $1,8500 -..------------------------- 27000. 00
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Department of government and sanitation-Continued. ;
Druggists-
2 druggists, at $1,800 ...--------------.---- -----........
2 druggists, at $1,500 -.....................................
4 druggists, at $1,200 .....--... ...........................
Colon Hospital-
1 superintendent, at $5,000........... ...................
1 commissary and storekeeper, at $1,200 ..-...........-.....
I steward, at $1,800............----........... ............
1 assistant steward, at $660........-----..--....-------.....
2 chaplains, resident, at $1,200 .....................-...... *
Ancon Hospital-
1 superintendent, at $7,000--...-----.--.....----- ..........
1 timekeeper, at $1,500 ---.................................
1 commissary, at $1,500 .................................
1 storekeeper, at $1,500...........-----....................
I quartermaster, at $1,500............-....................
2 chaplains, resident, at $1,200.......... .............:
1 chaplain, visiting, at $480.....----.. .....-.............----
1 embalmer, at $1,200.........-..-.....................-...
1 superintendent of laundry, at $1,500 .--....-....-...-......
1 assistant superintendent of laundry, at $1,200-----.----- .
Empire Hospital-
1 superintendent, at $5,000.................................
I steward, at $1,500........................................ :
1 quartermaster, at $1,200.---.--. --------....-.------------
I storekeeper, at $1,200..................................
Miraflores Hospital-
1 steward, at $1,200 ..-........- .........---....------......
1 pharmacist, at $600 .----.---... ----... -------....----..--
1 quartermaster, at $600 ......-...............-- .........
1 insane keeper, at $1,200 .....--.....----- ..-......-------
Line dispensaries and emergency hospitals--
5 clerks, at $1,200...............................................
.2 clerks and dispensers, at $1,500...---------------------
Culebra and Gorgona-
7 dispensers, at $600 .............. .........................
9 dispensers of quinine, at $1,200.----...---..-- ...--------..
2 chaplains, resident, at $1,200 ........................... "
1 viiting chaplain, at $480 ....................-...........
Department of construction and engineering:
1 chief engineer, at $30,000................................. .
1 assistant chief engineer, at $15,000 -.---...--...--. .---......-
1 office engineer, at $3,000 .................................
3 division engineers, at $7,500--......-------...................----..----------
2 division engineers, at $6, 000..--------.-----...-.... ...........
1 division engineer, at $3,600 .............------..-------.......
2 assistant division engineers, at $4,000 .....- ............
4 resident engineers, at $3,600......-.. ..------------ ------ .
2 resident engineers, at $3,300 --...... ........................
1 mechanical engineer, at $4,500...............-----.. ...---...
3 assistant engineers, at $3,300-- ..--...---......------......---
4 assistant engineers, at $3,000 .-..----.........--...--...-.. -. .1
5 assistant engineers, at $2, 700 ..-------.--...................


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apartment of construction and engineering-Continued. *
5 assistant engineers, at $2,400------------------............... $12,000.00
: 7 assistant engineers, at $2,100....--........-- .....--..-......- 14, 700.00
SI superintendent of motive power and machinery, at $6,000... 6, 000. 00
xn. 1 manager of labor and quarters at $7,200.---..-....------ ... .. 7,200.00
1 master builder, at $6,000 ...........----------- ............. 6,000. 00
1 private secretary, at $3,000 ---........----. ..--- ............. 3,000.00
1 assistant private secretary, at $2,400.......................... 2,400.00
4 clerks, at $2,400 .------................-----------------------.................9,600.00
12 clerks, at $2,100 ....-...- ...-- .-------------............. 25,200.00
34 clerks, at$1,800 ...............-----------...--............ 61,200.00
97 clerks, at $1,500 --......----....------------------............. 145,500.00
47 clerks, at $1,200 --.----..--------- ------........-------. 56,400,00
S21 clerks, at $1,000 ...-----------------------------............. 21,000.00
10 clerks, at $900 -- -...----..-- --.....-----------..-......... 9,000.00
5 stenographers, at $1,800.. -........-------------............. 9,000.00
41 stenographers, at $1,500.................................... 61,500.00
3 transit men, at $2,100....-- ..---- ..------ ................... 6,300.00
29 transit men, $1,800----.------------........................ 52,200.00
33 level men, at $1,500-..--.....- ---.----------................ 49,500.00
S5 rodmen, at $1,200...---..-----.. ----- ----- ----.. ............ 6,000.00
48 rodnmen, at $1,000..................-----------............. 48,000.00
1: chief of records, at $3,000-----............--- ................. 3,000.00
':: draftsmen, at $2,400------------------.-----................. 7,200.00
*1 draftsman, at $2,100..-----------------------................ 2,100.00
Sdraftsmen, at $1,800....................................... 14, 400. 00
Sdraftsmen, at $1,500----......---------...................... 13, 500.00
3draftsmenat $1,200 ----------------------------------....... 3,600.00
i2draftsmen, at $1,000------------...---....------------------...... 2,000.00
abfmekeepera, at $2,100 ...........-----------------------.... 4,200.00
i .mekeeper, at $1,800------------------..................... 7,200.00
Stimekeepers, at $1,500-...-.-----------......... .......... 36,000.00
,14timekeepers, at $1,200 ---....------------------.........-- .. 16,800.00
tiimekeepers, at $1,000------------------------................ 2,000.00
lI11 timekeepers, at $900---......--------------------........... 9,900.00
: 4 timekeepers, at $600-.....--------------------.-............. 2,400.00
12 superintendents, at $3,600 .----.....---..................... 43, 200.00
1 superintendent, at $3,300 -....-----------------............... 3,300.00
1I.9 superintendents, at $3, 000. ----------------...--........... 57,000.00
2 superintendents, at $2,400 -....-------------------............ 4,800.00
Foreman, at $2,700 ..........-------------................... 2, 700.00
87 foremen, at $2,400 ..----------------------------------...... 88,800. 00
10 foremen, at $2,100.......-----------....................... 21,000.00
10 Oforemen, at $2,000........... ------------------.......... 20,000.00
04foremen, at $1,800 -------------------------------------187,200.00
foremen, at $1,500 ..----------------------................ 457,500.00
foremen, at $1,200 -------------------....................-. 189,600.00
h.rm en, at $1,000 ....................... -----............ 6,000.00
obremen,at $900.------.------------------------------- 13,500.00
aent, t $720........................................-... 2,160.00
asters, at $,700 -----------------------------......... 8,100.00
r] yard masters, at $2,400 ------------------ --------- 24,000.00
.aster at.$2, 100...----------------.. ... ............... 63,000.00
twemployeefor--------..............--------------------........... 9,720.00
..........pyeesfo... 9, 720.00
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Probable increase in salaries, or number of employees during the fiscal
year, in the department of government and sanitation ...........
Commutation of quarters:
Department of administration-
Division of audits and disbursements ...........-..........
Division of material and supplies.................. .....
Department of government and sanitaticn--
Executive office, per month, at. $435.63 ...........--.......
Judiciary department, per month, at $181.25. --.-.....---..-
Prosecuting attorney's office, per month, at $18.75.---......
Revenue department, per month, at $208.75.........--.....
Chief sanitary office, per month, at $267.38.................
Quarantine, Panama, per month, at $109.75.....--..--..----
Quarantine, Colon, per month, at $18.75........- ...........
Director of hospitals' office, per month, at $60...----..........
Line hospitals (Panama dispensary), per month, at $30......
Ancon Hospital, per month, at $101.25 ..............---....
Colon Hospital, per month, at $30.........................
Chief sanitary inspector's office, per month, at $60..........
Health office, Panama, per month, at $367.50 ...............
Health office, Colon, per month, at $29.25.-----..--------
Department of construction and engineering...................


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ITEM NO. 4.

For skilled labor on the Isthmus .---...-..----- ............... $5,59S,02.6 X

Department of administration, division of material and supplies.-..- 50, TO .W1
Department of government and sanitation.......................... 381, I 0P '
Department of construction and engineering ....................... *5,161,00. M ij.
*Detail of classes and number of skilled laborers, estimate fiscal year,
by cablegram, May 12, 1906: Apprentices, 10; bricklayers, 25; black-
smiths, 193; boilermakers, 166; conductors, 125; cooks, 20; car in- :,.....
sectors, 2; car repairers, 72; captains, 11; carpenters, 1,710; copper-
smiths, 11; calkers, 15; dredge runners, 4; drillers, hand, 20; drill
runners, 300; drill helpers, 300; engine dispatchers,.6; helpers, mis-
cellaneous, 95; iron workers, 5; locomotive engineers, 125; lithog-
raphers, 2; locomotive foremen, 6; molders, 77; masons, 141; marine
engineers, 14; mates, 6; machinists, 517; plumbers. 53; plasterers, 5;. 'i
pattern makers, 6; painters, 334; pipe fitters, 28; riggers, 6; ship-
wrights, 26; steam-shovel engineers, 49; steam-shovel cranemen, 49;
steam-shovel firemen, 49; stationary engineers, 20; tinners, 41;
watchmen, 46; winch and firemen, marine, 112; waiters, 90; total
number of men, 4,892.
Average pay per man per month, $87.
$50,000 additional estimated for skilled labor in connection with
the construction of second main track across the Isthmus.

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ITEM No. 5.

For unskilled labor on the Isthmus..----------..-.... ......--- ...- 4, 148,459.00

Department of administration:
Division of material and supplies .....--............---....--.. 410,580. 00
Division of audits and disbursements ....-----------...... ....----.. 125.00
Department of government and sanitation.......................... 247, 754.00
Department of construction and engineering...-.................. *3,490,000.00
Extract of cablegram received May 12, 1906:
Unskilled labor approximately $14,000, on the basis of 80 rents
per day."
$150,000 additional estimated for unskilled labor in connection with
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ITEM No. 6.

For purchase and delivery of material, supplies, and equipment
for the Isthmus of Panama-......................-.....----$10,374, 511.39

Department of administration:
Division of audits and disbursements-
Furniture--.............----------------.....--.................----------------------.. 1,000.00
Division of material and supplies-
Office equipment, furniture, etc .-.........-- ..-- ......... $3, 200. 00
Stationery and printing...----.......-------------............. 18,120.00
Animals, additional-
100 mules.............. ....... ...............i......... 16,500.00
4 carriage horses (2 teams) for officials, to take place of
mules now being used .---.....------..........--- .. 1,000.00
Forage for 700 animals-
Grain, 2,300,000 pounds .-.-------------------------. 33, 580. 00
Hay, 3,700,000 pounds (including bedding)-..--..-..... 37,740.00
Rock salt, 3 tons--......--- ----.....---..........----..--- 162.00
Vehicles-
1 U. S. A. ambulance for Ancon Hospital -----.-.----. 300.00
S2 light wagonettes.........----.........---- .........--500.00
2 carriages for officials, to replace old ones about worn
out.---......-...........-- ..----......--......- -.. 1,000.00
Harness-
100 sets double-wheel harness-..--..-- ..----..--.----. 2,700.00
40 sets cart harness --....-------...- -..--.--.--.....- 560.00
6 sets single carriage harness..--.--....-- ..--- ----..... 240.00
6 sets double carriage harness .----.................... 450.00
10 extra saddles, complete ......---..-. ....-- ........--200.00
4,000 pounds leather-..---------.. ........---....... -. 2,000.00
300 halters (leather with shanks) ---------------------- 300.00
200 collars, extra.--..--.......-........ ........ ----- 380.00
Harness sundries, material for care of harness, oil, etc.. 500.00

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Division of material and supplies-Continued.
Stable tools-
300 curry combs....................................
300 brushes ........... ...... ..... ...................
250 three-gallon iron pails (galvanized)...............
500 stable brooms, complete. ..... ..................
50 wheelbarrows .....................................
50 scoop shovels ...............---...................
50 dirt shovels ....................................
200 four-pronged manure forks .......................
100 hay forks ---......----......------....................
3 dozen pole axes ..................................
Blacksmith shop-
4 No. 1 portable Champion forges ...................
1 dozen blacksmith aprons ------.................---------....
25,000 pounds horseshoes ...........-........ .......
2,000 pounds horseshoe nails...........---- ..-....- ...
30 tons coal (3 cars) ....----..................--- .....
Iron, steel, miscellaneous material, and tools...........
Carpenter shops-
Material, miscellaneous supplies, and tools.--.......--.
Carriage and wagon repair parts ...............-...--..
Paint shop-
Material, supplies, and tools..........-..........-.....
Miscellaneous supplies-
800 gallons kerosene oil......-.-- ......................
3 barrels lubricating oil (150 gallons) ..................
5 tons axle grease (10,000 pounds). -----............- -
Veterinary, for use of-.......-- .......... ..............
Moving old corrals from Ancon section and building new cor-
rals; building additional stable room at different corrals
(estimated cost).............-.........................
Department of government and sanitation:
Executive office-
Supplies, material, and printing .........................
Books and newspapers....------..-...--................
Furniture ---.......---...................................
S Supplies (administration building, oil, etc.).....---........-
Furniture and equipment for governor's house .............
Ice for administration building.......---........-...- .....
Supplies for launch ..... ........ .......................
Water commissioner-
Equipment and apparatus -......-....--- ... ......---.-----
Stationery and supplies ..--..............................-
Fire department-
Equipment and apparatus............. ....................
Stationery and supplies, including forage:.............
Prosecuting attorney-
Books and stationery ....--........- .....................
Judiciary-
Office furniture .......................................
Stationery, printing, etc-------------------....................---......
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Department of government and sanitation-Continued.
Judiciary-Continued.
Buildings-
Cristobal court-house (with vault) .........-----.--.. $6,000.00
Empire court-house (with vault).---... -.............. 6,000.00
Ancon court-house (with vault)--.....----------...... 11,000.00
Police department-
Equipment-
20 horses at $60 each ..-........-..-.................. 1,200.00
20 equipment (horse), at $15 each .--....------------------....... 300.00
100 revolvers, at $14 each -----........- ............... 1,400.00
Revolver and carbine ammunition-.-..----......--.. ... 100.00
Buildings-
Ancon............................................... 5,000.00
Frijoles--...---- .. ................................... 3,000.00
Department of revenues-
School books and supplies .----....-----...---...---.. ....... 2,000. 00
Postage stamps...--...---....-...----..----...........--.. 50, 000.00
Stationery and office supplies -'--------.............---..... 10, 000. 00
Office furniture--.---..----........-......-----------..-- 2, 000. 00
Buildings-
Schools and post-offices not already authorized .......... 10, 000.00
Sanitary department-
Office of chief sanitary officer-
Stationery and office supplies....------...-----------------......... 2,000.00
Buildings-
Rent of offices for sanitary department-.........-... 3,900.00
Property division-
Office furniture....... ......-----..---...----....-- ...--.. 200.00
Stationery and office supplies-......------..--...--...-------------...- 600.00
Buildings-
Storehouses..-.......-.....-......--........----..-.. 30,000.00
Rent for storehouse, Panama.......-----......------.. 1,800.00
Board of health laboratory-
Buildings-
Laboratory building .................................. 14,000. 00
Three sets of quarters for personnel, at $2,000 .-...---------... 6,000.00
Quarantine service-
Subsistence of personnel and persons detained in quarantine,
Panama-
Employees, per annum ...-..-- ................ $1,460
Cabin passengers, per annum.......---..----------...... 720
Steerage passengers, per annum --.......------ 864
3, 044. 00
Subsistence of personnel and persons detained in quar-
antine, Colon-
Employees, per annum ..--------------------- 1,168
Cabin passengers, per annum....---....----....-- 864
Steerage passengers..------------.------------ 2, 160
-4,192.00
Subsistence of personnel and persons detained in quar-
Santine, Tabemnilla-
Employees, per annum ...........-------.........--- 1,194
Laborers, per annum --...- ....-....... ....... 7, 200
8, 394.00
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Department of government and sanitation-Continued.
Quarantine service-Continued.
Fuel, Panama-
Coal for launch, disinfecting barge and detention house..
Fuel, Colon-
Coal for detention house..............--..............
Fuel, Tabernilla-
Coal for detention camp .--------......-- ...........--
Household furniture-
Panama ............-.........-........-......-......
Colon ...............................................
Kitchen and dining-room furniture--
Panama .....-.........- ......................--.....
Colon ...........-....-.. ............................
Tabernilla .....-...- ......-..........................
Office furniture-
Panama ......-.............. ............. ......-...
Colon ............................................
Tabernilla..-- ...........................------ ........
Stationery and other office supplies-
Panama, Colon, and Tabernilla......................
Medical supplies, disinfecting material-
Panama -.............-.............-----............
Colon ............................................--
Tabernilla ...............-....- ......................
Supplies for boats and floating equipment-
Panama ..................... ..............---- ......
Colon ..................-..--..........-............
Miscellaneous supplies (kerosene oil, vaccine, soap, rat bait,
and purchase of rats, etc.)-
Panama ............----..........................
Colon -...----.. ------...............................
Tabernilla .-.... ......... .... ........- ..... ..--.....
Laundering-
Panama ......-...............-....................--
Colon ......-.----............--------..----.. ..--...
Tabernilla-....---.........-... ..... .......-....----.
'Hospital department-
Subsistence of personnel-
White personnel....-....---.----..----- ...----.....
Colored personnel .................................-
Patients-
White .......................... ........... ...........
Colored...........--.......---.....-.--...-.--...----
Subsistence for lepers-.
25 lepers, at $10 per month .. ......................
2 attendants, at $10 per month ........................
1 superintendent, at $20 ..............................
Fuel for hospital departmen.t-
Coal, 117 tons per month, at $6.60......................
Hospital equipment--
Empire, 500 beds, at $90 each-........................
Gatun, 24 beds, at $100 ....................... ......
Paraiso, Culebra, and Las Cascadas, extra equipment ....


25 . .:N
157.0
150.0

125,00
160.00 .:
200.00 i

5, 00% .
240.0
145.

1, 00. ::. :

2,42700-
1,479.800
254. "'1


S177. ::.: ;;




so,
250m00

.oo... : :...



31,,55.%
200, 0 ) ::


61, 200. :i


32,8SOO ;S
114, 000.l |||

3,000.'"IA



9,2668. 4

45,000.

1,800, i'

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Department of government and sanitation-Continued.
Hospital department-Continued.
Hospital equipment-Continued.
Equipment, leper settlement, Palo Seco-................ $2, 200.00
Equipment of insane asylum .......................... 7,500.00
Equipment for hospital for Chromice, 96 beds .......... 2,500. 00
FHospital for tuberculosis, 32 beds.....--...........----------... 3, 200.00
Renewal of present equipment now in use, from wear
and tear, 121 per cent of first cost------.----......-- 11,200.00
Office furniture-
New furniture and repairs to old-................... 1,500.00
Stationery and office supplies-
Director of hospitals, all hospital and dispensaries. 5, 200. 00
Especially printed hospital stationery..........-- .... 3, 350.00
Laundry supplies ..--........--......----------.......----- 5,000.00
Medical supplies and surgical dressings -------......... 60, 225.00
Buildings-
For construction and repair of building for place of
worship in Canal Zone............. -..-........ 14, 000.00
Hospital at Gatun, 24 beds and necessary quarters.. 14,000.00
Repairs to buildings already constructed -.....---.. 26,000.00
Sanitation-
Material and supplies-
Stationery and office supplies..--....-------------..--- .. 1,500.00
350 barrels of carbolic acid ....--..................... 5, 950.00
100 axes, American, with handles -..------......-----. 135.00
6 barrels of alcohol, wood.. --. ----------------------- 240. CO
200 brushes, 4 inch, paint, flat..-...--.- ...--- ...-...... 100.00
500 brushes, scrub, and handles -------..-..........-- 150.00
500 buckets--------------.......... ---... --.... ....... 680.00
.: .". 500 buckets ..-------......-----..----.......................... 1,000.00
:" 500 brooms ------------------------------------------ 125.00
| t"500"brooms .......................................... 125.00
500 brooms ....-................--.............--..---275.00
200 wheelbarrows ...----.....- ...........--.......--. 400.00
200 mosquito bars .--..--..-..--.-------..---.......-- 400.00
800 barrels cement....... -........................ 1, 600.00
- - - -- - - - - - - - -
800 sprinkling cans---------.... ------....... ----------------............. 450.00
2,000 garbage cans..--------................----- ....--- 5,000.00
800 coffins .-......--.------........--....-..--..... .. 3,200.00
60 cans oil -....------... --.--.------------....--..... 30.00
6 carts.--.-..--............--- .--..--.....-...--- ..-- 150.00
60 dippers-- -------- ---------------------------.............. 15.00
1,000 door springs .----------..----.-------.--------.. 400.00
S60 funnels------------ .-. ----.--------- -----..-. 15.00
1 ton four ....-... ..................--..-....---..... 100.00
48 grindstones. -....--..---- ......------....--.. .. ----336.00
500 pairs hinges ....--------.. .. ---------... ----.. ... 50.00
S 250 hook forks --------------...----------------------- 250.00
400 hos ------.....-- .-----.. --------.-----------....240.00
At.." 60 hatchets ------------------------------------------ 54.00
;l. ... 460 hatchets ......................................... 54.00

60 hammers..................--.. --. ------------..... 30.00
4,00Q square feet iron roofing..-----........-----------. 1,200.00
2,500 gallons kerosene. --------... -----.----------- -- 425.00
I'N.: 50 tonis chloride of lime.......:...---.........-...-... 5,500.00



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Department of government and sanitation-Continued.
Sanitation-Continued.
Material and supplies-Continued.
100 Yale padlocks....................................
120 lanterns ..-........---....---... .................
240 lantern globes...............----- .... ............
250,000 feet of lumber ................................
12 lawn mowers -....--...............................
4 horse mowers ..........-.-....-..-.. ...............
8 double sets of harness. ............ ................
500 machetes....---..................................
200 kegs of nails-..--....--.......---...... ............
10,000 square feet wire netting .......................
1,000 barrels of mosquito oil ......-..... .............
20 spray pumps for whitewashing ........--------.......
500 door pulls.............. ..... .................--- .
250 garden rakes ...........-- ........................
240 rat traps ....----................................
50 hand saws --. ,.........-......--.--... --- -----.....
100 gross screws... -..............................
300 shovels ....-..-.......-..........................
200 shovels ---......---..............----.....--.....
300 spades---..... ...........................-.......
10 tons flour of sulphur..----..........................
200 pounds copper tacks ----.---------.. ----..-----
80 towels .. .....................- ....................
Health office of Panama-
Material and supplies-
Stationery and office supplies --.........--..-....-....
1,500 gallons of wood alcohol..........-..-............
500 brooms ........................................-.
500 brobms .......--...--- ...--...-................--
10 gross scrub brushes................................
1,000 garbage cans-....................................
300 sprinkling cans......----.............--............
20 barrels of carbolic acid........-...................
100 barrels of cement ................-..............
800 pounds of mercurial chloride .........--- .........
2,000 wooden faucets -....................---.........
50 barrels of flour ...................................
3,000 pounds of glue..............-.........---.......
20,000 pounds of chJoride of lime........-............---
62,500 pounds of quick lime..-.......................
15 gross safety matches .....-.... -------...---------
1,000 pounds of nails.......- -...-...- ................
4,000 feet of wire netting.....-----.....................
3 tons of old newspapers.........-----.........------..-------
800 gallons of kerosene oil ............................
800 barrels of mosquito oil......................-..
1,000 night-soil pails.......-----..........-----------..-...--
200 pails.....-----....--.--.............----.--.. ------
500 pounds of paint.... -..--.-..---.................
600 fumigation pots--------.--...----.---------------..
600 fumigation pots..........--........................
600 fumigation pots....................................


340. .-09
302: 00I.
275. 00J
1,000.00.
1,800. 0oN

200.00 I
.: :. ':::
50.00

20.00
65.00
5.00:
240. b00:
120. 00
240.00
800.00
50.00
60.00


1,500.00

125.00
275.00
432,00
2,500.00
450. 00
340.00
200. 00
200.00
78.00
258.0,
312.1Q,
800.00
406.25
36.00"
50. Of

720.00
60.00
118.404 ,
4,.000.00
2,000.00
272.0

222.0 0,:
900.00
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MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION. 87

Department of government and sanitation-Continued.
Health office of Panama-Continued.
Material and supplies-Cantinued.
5,000 pounds of common soap ................- -..--..--$200.
8 dozen flat-nosed shovels...-..---------------------------.................... 72.00
8 dozen round-nosed shovels --...---.----. ......-- ---- 72. 00
20 tons of flour of sulphur......--------........... ------. 1,600.00
1,600 pounds tacks .....--.......--..------------------........---- 160.00
Miscellaneous tools, rope, fixtures, etc--------...---..-- 1,500.00
25,000 feet of lumber ................................. 1,000.00
25,000 feet of timber................------............ 750.00
Buildings-
Rent for storehouse....................................... 600.00
Sanitation, Colon and Cristobal-
Material and supplies-
Stationery and office supplies .......................... 200.00
Office furniture......-...--...................... ..... 300.00
180 gallons wood alcohol----.----... ---------... .----. 144.00
4 dozen axes .......-- ..........---- ....-....--......--60.00
8 dozen galvanized buckets......------ ..--..........---35.00
16 dozen tin buckets--...-..... .-- -----.. ...---------- 45.00
10 dozen wheelbarrows------............--------------- .... 192.00
24 dozen stable brooms ..------....................-----. 110.00
24 dozen scrub brushes ..............--------.. ------- 66.00
3 dozen floor brushes ---------.. ------..--------- ---- 45.00
32 dozen paint brushes....... ...--- ---...----.......... 384.00
12 dozen rubber boots ................................ 864.00
200 pounds bolts and nuts.-------....-..--.--- ---..- 10.00
1 tap borer .................-...................---.. $1.25
100 yards burlap -.................-- ..... --------. 10.00
3,000 buckets-----.....--....------------.............---------- 4,400.00
24 barrels carbolic acid .......-- ...-.. ....---- ....... --308.00
S200 yardscanvas. ----.. -----------.--- --------------. 108.00
1,000 garbage cans.....--------- ............. ---------2,500.00
10,000 yards cheese cloth...--.......-....-........... --500.00
3 dozen balls-cord .................................... 3.00
8 bags of cord .--.........---....---......------.... -7.00
100 canvas cots----............. --.. ------.........--- 192.00
1,000 pounds screw catches.- --... ------ -------------- 50.00
5,000 wooden faucets. --.----------------------------- 600.00
1 dozen funnels -----..-.---.-----------.------------ 1.00
25 barrels of flour ---------------------------..----.. 106.75
5 dozen files.......-- ..-----............. .....---..--. 8.00
6 dozen forks ........................................ 72.00
2 gravel screens ----------------..... - -------------- 10.00
12 dozen pick handles ........................... .... 36.00
24 dozen hoes.----..-.---......--..-..-- ..........-- 155.00
2 dozen hatchets ----....-............................ 12.00
2 dozen hammers..---------- --. --------------------- 9.00
8 dozen mattock handles..---.----- -----. .....------ 24.00
5 stone hammers --------..------------------....... .. 3.00
200 gross hasps and staples..-----------.---------------20.00
8 dozen tack hammers......-- ....---------.--..------ 24.00
25,000 feet lumber-------.............--...-....--.... 5,500.00






38 .MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISBIO3T,.. "H:+A

Department of government and sanitation-Continued. .
Sanitation, Colon and Cristobal-Continued.
Material and supplies-Continued..
26 tons chloride of lime...............................
6 linen tapelines .... ...----- .................-----------
2 dozen padlocks.............--------------....--.............-----

3 levels .-......... ..... ...... .......................
24 dozen machetes................................. 1.
One-half dozen tin measures ......................... EiL
12 gross matches .........-----...........--- ................. --it
12 dozen mattocks ...................................
12 dozen mattocks.----------------------------,,,,,
6 gross brass screws...- -------... ....... ...---........-.. S
12 gross zinc washers ..-------------...........--- ----
One-half dozen cant hooks ............................
4 gallons machine oil .-.---.---......---- .....---.......
4 breast drills ...--.....--- ...----...... .....-- ....... .
1 expansion bit.............---... ..................-
1,600 pounds nails..---...--. ........--.. ...--...---. 3-, i.
500 barrels mosquito oil.......--.--.-----.... ..---..--. 2, 500.i0
6 cases kerosene oil ..--..-----.--.......-- ........------
14 rolls manila paper ......-------- ...................
3 tons old newspapers------..... ---....---.. ........------
12 barrels tar paint ..................----------- ..----......-------........ !
3 dozen dustpans ..-- .........---- .....--.--------------. 5
500 iron pots ------...---......-......................... l60
1 nail puller-..........------..---..........-.-....--................. l-------
16 dozen rakes ..------.-..-----------.-------.,----,.----.
500 sheets galvanized roofing ................---..---.... 28.
6 yards rubber casket packing...---..... ------...........-----
164 sets staples and hasps .----..----..-------------- -...20.
50 coffins .---..--..--.. ......................---------
18 dozen square-point shovels .. ..-- ---.--..... ---- ---' --------
12 dozen long-handled shovels ........................ ---
24 boxes soap ........................................ ,i
5 tons sulphur-..-...----------.......--- ......-...--..-.----- .
20 gallons shellac..........-- ....--- ..--- ....--- .. -48.;00
3 dozen sprinklers..-----....------ ......---- ...--..--- ....
40 gross screws -...............-....................... :
6 handsaws ............................................ 4..f1,|; 4 !;
6 ripsaws ...............................-......... 8..---
3 McClellan saddles and bridles ------------.....................
2 grindstones.-........................................- 12.- ::
2 pairs tinners' shears .-..---...----- ....---------------
2 dozen sledge hammers .............................. .-il..
125 pounds copper tacks .-............. ... ,i -------------
500 pounds iron tacks ..................-............. 7--.I
3 tarpaulins ..................... ................... .. t.O
3,000 square feet wire netting ........................- 1-75.
100 pounds brass wire .------............................----... ----------
100 rolls electricians' tape..................-............ ...
4 dozen scythes and snathes...........--- ..........-- *' -
12 railroad dump carts-........................-...... 4.
1 New York rack truck .......... ..........--........ .

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MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION.


Department of government and sanitation-Continued.
Sanitation, Colon and Cristobal-Continued.
Material and supplies-Continued.
2 sets rack trucks (double) ......................-...-
16 single sets dump-cart harness....-..-...............
1 street sprinkler......................................
1 set street-sprinkler harness.....---....-..........--
12 sanitary street handcarts.-----...........----.---
Buildings-
1 storehouse at Cristobal --..........---- .. ............
1 storehouse at Mount Hope ....-....-.....-..........
1 residence and office combined for superintendent of
Mount Hope Cemetery ............................-
1 quarters for foremen and 20 laborers at Mount Hope ..
Department of construction and engineering:
Material and equipment-
Instruments and printing, office use........................-
Floating equipment, other than coal .........-.....-......-
Repairs to floating equipment..--.......--.............
Enlarging dry dock..---.................................
Crane for dry dock .......-......-.......................
Tools for marine shops..----... ---------------..- ---..
Supplies for marine shops-............-....................
Subsistence, field parties..-- ......---.-- .....-.......
Tools and supplies-
Excavating department..--.......-...................
Mining department--......................-..........
Explosives......---- .. --............. ..............-
Track department--..........-- ...-..................
Transportation department ...--....-.....-............
Steel rails and fastenings -.........................-..-
Frogs and switches -......-.........--..............--
Cross-ties..-......... .... .. .....................- ...
Miscellaneous, Culebra division ..............--------....--
Lumber, all classes ...---...............-........-....
Piling --.................... .........................
Hardware ...................................--......
Roofing..............................................
Screening.......-....................................
Masonry..............--.--..............-...........
Painting.............................................
Plumbing ...........................................-
Miscellaneous, buildng........-- .................------
Furniture-
Renewals ........-..........- .............-..........
Bachelor quarters....-..__-.......-- ......-- .....-
Family quarters--...- -------......-..--... ......-----
General .-...............-, -.........- -...............
Hotel supplies ........................- ......---....-
Laborers' messes .............................. ------
Laborers' cots ...-...... ........-..............---
S New floating equipment-
=; .'; 2 sea-going dredges---..............._.....--.........
1 dipper dredge ........_.........................
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$100.00
412.00
1,000.00
30.00
193.00

3,000.00
1,000.00

1,500.00
900.00


32,575.00
30,520.00
70,040.00
13,000.00
25,000.00
11,500.00
6,000.00
18,000.00

59,160. 00
29,000.00
1,020,000.00
10,000.00
17,000.00
266,000.00
26,250.00
125,000.00
8,320.00
600,000.00
10,000.00
33,000.00
52,000.00
40,000.00
185,000.00
90,900.00
65,000.00
55,000.00

2,500.00
20,000.00
93,000.00
3,000.00
100,000.00
50,000.00
50,000.00

700,000.00
105,000.00







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Department of construction and engineering-Continued.
Material and equipment-Continued.
New floating equipment-Continued.
1 suction pipe line dredge ............... ............ $175,000. Ofi.:: .
6 dump barges ...................................... 90, 000.. 0":
New rolling equipment-
Locomotives ..--..................................... 500, 000. .
Cars .......-..-.... .........-------------------...... 1,500,000.Off'
Spreaders and unloaders......----...- ...-- ..-----... 90,000. 00
Miscellaneous.-................. ..-......... ......... 30,000.00
Excavating machinery-
Steam shovels.-------.--. ---------------------- 240, 000. 00-.
Rock drills.....-....-.........---..--.-...----- ..---- 70, 000 00
Air compressors ........---.---.-------------..----.. 34,000.00
Air pipe line--....-------.....-- ....-- ............... 165,000.00:.
Other machinery and appliances-
Cranes ..- --........-....-. ---............- ......--- 56,000.00.. :'
Road rollers .---...................-- ................ 10,000.00
Boilers ..---..............---.............. .. ........ 8,000.00
Miscellaneous........................................ 12,000.00
Repairs-
Material and supplies needed for maintenance of rolling
stock, dock machinery, derricks, cranes, compressors,
pipe lines, foundries, shops, small tools, etc., and for
manufacturing, all divisions ................ ....... 550,000.00
New shops, Pedro Miguel-
Repairs to steam shovels and small equipment, and for
addition to shops and engine houses, etc.....-.-..... 200,000.00
New shop machinery and tools........................ 175, 000.00
Fuel-
For locomotives, steam shovels, shops, air and other
boiler plants, small equipment, dredges, tugs, and all
floating equipment-200,000 tons of coal, at $6.25..... 1,250,000.00
Rails, ties, and other material for completion of second main
track on Isthmus....................................... 244,000.00


ITEM No. 7.

To authorize the loan to the Panama Railroad Company, under the
terms expressed in the act of Congress of February 27, 1906, for the
purchase and delivery of new equipment and improvements....... $1,250,000.00 ,


Estimated cost of improvements and additions to the
Panama Railroad Company:
Terminal yard and building at Panama or La Boca.
Completion of terminal yard and buildings, Cris-
tobal ...........-.... .. .... .. ............
Office building, Colon............--------.......--
Warehouse, dock No. 14......................
Quarters for dock laborers, Colon.......------------
New depot buildings along line............-.....
New locomotive water stations..........-----------..
Twenty-room train's dormitory-..............-.--
New dock at Cristobal.........................


$132,000.00

119,000.00
12,000.00
'11,000.00
4,500.00
25,000.00
10,000.00
6,000.00
110,000.00


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Estimated cost of improvements and additions to the
Panama Railroad Company-Continued.
Cranes for La Boca dock............--...---....---. $75,000.00
Passing and station tracks..............-- ........ 150,000.00
Opening gravel pits....-------..----...--------- 14,600.00
Quarters for employees...........-..---.----.-- 45,000. 00
100 new coal cars..--.......--- ---.... --.--.. ... 150,000.00
Miscellaneous items ..--...... .....---...--..--- 135,900.00

1,000,000.00
Translation of cablegram received from Panama, April 27, 1906.
SHONTS, l'Washington:
Think should increase estimate next fiscal year Panama Railroad $250,000 to cover
equipment.
STEVENS.

ITEM No. 8.
Miscellaneous expenditures, cable and telegraph service, stationery
and printing, and traveling and incidental expenses on the Isthmus. $648, 670.00

Department of administration:
Division of audits and accounts-
Stationery and printing .....-........- -........-.......... 1,000.00
Premium on money, based on $600,000 gold per month under
present bankers' agreement, three-fourth of 1 per cent on
total, $7,000,000, or a like sum for transportation charges
on specie if agreement should not be renewed --..-----.- 54,000. 00
Incidentals......................------------------------....--------- 1,000.00
Premiums on bonds of employees.....--------.......------. 2, 500. 00
Division of material and supplies-
Transportation of gold men to the Isthmus on basis of 60
men per year ----------..----..-.----------.--------- 1, 200.00
Transportation of laborers to the Isthmus on estimate of 500
men per year ....-- ....... ....... ..... ....-........... 7,500.00
Transportation on the Isthmus, estimated one-tenth of total
transportation of Commission employees........--- ..-- .- 6, 000.00
Fittings and equipment for various stores along the line, lum-
ber yards, etc.----....... ----.......--.............-. .. 1,000.00
Department of government and sanitation:
Executive office-
Traveling expenses and miscellaneous ------...-........... 500.00
Office of prosecuting attorney-
Traveling expenses and incidentals ...-------------- ------- 1,000. 00
The judiciary-
Transportation, repairs, etc .--..-- .-------------------... 500.00
Police department-
Forage .--........................-------.............. 4,800.00
Maintenance of prisoners (States) .----------------------- 5, 000. 00
Clothing for prisoners (States) .--..-...- .................. 600. 00
General repairs to buildings.........------------...------ ..---- 4,000.00
Office and barrack furniture ------..--..........--..... ---5, 000. 00
Office and 'barrack supplies, including printing, advertising,
stationery, and all expendable supplies ---.---. --------- 5, 500.00
Expense vouchers ----- --------------.....---- .......... 7,000. 00







42 MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMKISBBIOT.

Department of government and sanitation-Continued.
Office of the collector of revenues-
Transportation of mails -------------.................$18
Incidental and traveling expenses ..--.-----..---.. ..------
Office of chief sanitary officer-
Emergency sanitary work.---...........------........--
Panama-
Repairs to boats and machinery (loose estimate)........
Occasional towing of disinfecting barge (loose estimate). : O
Transportation of chief quarantine officer on official bus-
iness ..........r....................................
Hauling and other transportation, including boat hire ,
(loose estimate) --.....-- ..----.. ..-- ..-- ......- -..
Allowance for breakage, wear and tear of tools, furnish-
ings, etc---..---..........--......-----------------------........................--
Paints and lumber-..----------....-------------- -------
Colon--
Repairs to boats and machinery (loose estimate)........
Transportation of quarantine officer on official business.. 2-I
Hauling and other transportation...---....--............. :
Hand trucks and push carts...........................
Allowance for breakage, wear and tear of tools, furnish-
,ings, etc ............-- ....... .....................
Paints and lumber .................................:.
Tabernilla- i
Forage for Government animals used for hauling sup-
plies............................................... 1 i0.i-
Hauling supplies -----------------------------
Haulig supplies ..................................... .jyiO. ^^^^^^^
Paints and lumber-----------------....----------- 300. i--
Hospital division- :
Garden-and vegetable seed ..-...-- ..-.--..--..- ...... S5-0.0".ii
Health office, Panama- ,:i
Cart hire for services of fumigations, street cleaning, gar-
bage collection, house cleaning, yard cleaning, well fill-
ing, and free water distribution ..........-....--....- 0, 00i..,: ,
Department of construction and engineering::
Cost of recruiting and transporting- .
1,000 laborers monthly, at $26 each ---..---....-.----.------ 12,000.
150 gold men per month, at $20 each ....................-- 36, 00(:i
Local transportation-
To Panama Railroad Company, twelve months, at $5,000 per :
month ................................. ............... 60, 000. ::
Extra train service ..--..--- .........-- ---............------ 12, 0
Repatriation (estimated) ..............-----................... .t
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There being no further business, the Commission adjourned eabiNj
to call.






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ONE HUNDRED AND ELEVENTH MEETING.

WASHINGTON, D. C., May 24, 1906.
Present: Chairman Shonts, Commissioners Endicott, Hains, Ernst,
and Secretary Bishop.
1. The minutes of the one hundred and tenth meeting were read and
approved, with slight changes in the Detailed Statement of Estimates
for Appropriations for 1906-7, set forth in paragraph 18.
2. The Chairman stated that it is desirable to change the title of the
office heretofore known as "Assistant Chief" at Washington to that of
"Chief of Office," and that the change should be viewed as a change
in title only and not as the creation of an additional office; it was
thereupon
Resolved, That all powers, duties, and authority heretofore con-
ferred upon and prescribed for the Chief of Office prior to October 30,
1905, and upon the officer known as Assistant Chief, both prior and
.subsequent to that date, are hereby conferred upon and prescribed for
the Chief of Office. All previous resolutions, orders, and directions,
or parts thereof in conflict herewith, are revoked.
S3. The Chairman stated that Mr. W. E. Dauchy had been called to
Washington to appear before the Board of Consulting Engineers in
connection with which there was incurred an expense in the sum of
$81.30, which Mr. Dauchy has certified was the actual and necessary
expense paid by him in performing said journey. It was
Resolved, That the provisions of Circular No. 12, then in effect,
Shall not apply in this case, and that the payment of the full amount
be, and the same is hereby, approved.
4. Resolved, That the following order, issued by the Head of the
Department of Government and Sanitation, be, and the same is
hereby, approved:

Circular No. 51.] CANAL ZONE, ISTHMUS OF PANAMA,
EXECUTIVE OFFICE,
Ancon, April 20, 1906.
EXECUTIVE ORDER.

There is hereby created in the Government of the Canal Zone a bureau to be known
as the "Bureau of Municipalities," in charge of a chief to be known as Chief of the
Bureau of Municipalities. The chief of this bureau will report to the Governor of
Sthe CAnal Zone and will have general charge and supervision, under the direction of
the Governor of the Canal Zone, of all matters connected with the municipalities of
" the Canal Zone. He will also have general charge and supervision, under the direc-
Stion of the Governor, of the system of public schools established in the Canal Zone
Sunder section 52 of Act No. 8 of the laws of the Canal Zone. The .work of the Divi-
s ion of Municipalities of the Executive Office is transferred to the Bureau of Munici-
Spalities, as is also the work of the Division of Schools of the Department of Revenues
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44 MINUTES OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION.

Mr. Rufus A. Lane is appointed Chief of the Bureau of Municipalities, it,:
compensation in addition to his salary as Assistant Secretary of the Commission. s ''::
This order will be effective on and after May 1, 1906. ...:
CHARLES E. MAGOON, ,A
Head of the Department of Government and Sanitation,
Governor of the Canal Zoq.'.

5. The Chairman presented a letter from Chief Engineer Steve 'rs ,
dated at Culebra, May 1, 1906, containing specifications for an electioe-:;
light plant to be installed at Bas Matachin shops, primarily for the
purpose of lighting those shops, and also to furnish light for the
adjacent towns of Matachin and Gorgona. Mr. Stevens asked for
authority for the installation of the plant, at an estimated cost for:
labor and material of about $35,000. After discussion it was voted.
unanimously to give him the desired authority.
There being no further business before the Commission, it adjourned
subject to call of the Chairman.





















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MINUTES OF MEETINGS OF THE EXECUTIVE COM-
MITTEE OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION.


TWENTY-SECOND MEETING.

ANCON, CANAL ZONE, April 11, 1906.
Present: Commissioners Shonts (chairman) and Magoon.
1. Whereas it is difficult to prevent the importation of contagious
diseases into the Canal Zone and the cities of Panama and Colon from
neighboring seaport towns in the Republic, from which persons are
constantly arriving in small sailboats and canoes that escape the atten-
tion of the quarantine officers; and
Whereas a case of yellow fever was reported from Bocas del Toro
on February 24, 1906, and the recurrence of the disease is probable in
the existence of present sanitary conditions in that town; and
Whereas His Excellency the President of the Republic of, Panama
has expressed his willingness to appoint a medical officer designated
by the Chief Sanitary Officer of the Isthmian Canal Commission as
health officer and quarantine officer of Bocas del Toro, with authority
equivalent to that of the health officers and quarantine officers of Pan-
ama and of Colon and Cristobal: Be it
Resolved, That the Governor of the Canal Zone be, and hereby is,
authorized to detail a physician of the health department of the gov-
ernment of the Canal Zone to act as health and quarantine officer of
Bocas del Toro, under appointment issued by the President of Panama,
and to expend not exceeding $500 United States currency a month in
the sanitation of Bocas del Toro.
2. Resolved, That the construction of the following buildings for
the use of the health department of the government of the Canal
Zone, recommended by the head of the Department of Government
and Sanitation be, and the same hereby is, authorized:
1. A building to be used as a hospital and dispensary at Paraiso.
2. A building to serve the purpose of maids' quarters at Colon
Hospital.
3. A building to be occupied as quarters by the waiters and orderlies
employed at Colon Hospital.
4. A residence for the health officer of Colon and Cristobal.
S 5. A residence for the superintendent of Colon Hospital.
i 6. A residence for the health officer of Panama.
3. Resolved, That the construction of a storehouse upon the reserva-
tion occupied by the detachment of United States marines at Haut
., Obispo for the proper storage of the ammunition belonging to the
Republic of Panama and committed to the Isthmian Canal Commission
for safekeeping, and of other property in.the custody-of the marine
Detachment be, and the same hereby is, authorized.
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46 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

4. Resolved, That the construction of such post-office buili
in the judgment of the Governor of the Canal Zone, may be
for the proper conduct of the business of the postal service 6
necessary alteration and repair of such existing buildings as
assigned from time to time to the Director' of Posts for use ani
offices be, and the same hereby is, authorized.
5. Resolved, That the construction of such buildings as, in: Lth j
ment of the Governor of the Canal Zone, may be required fo i
purposes and the necessary alteration and repair of such existing.
ings as may from time to time be assigned to the supervisor of p
instruction for use as schoolhouses be, and the same hereby ,i
authorized.
6. Resolved, That the construction of a storehouse for the
department at Ancon in the rear of the building occupied as an i
by the Chief of Police be, and the same hereby is, authorized. '
7. Resolved, That paragraph 2 of the minutes of the aerent i'i
meeting of the Executive Committee, held August 2, 1905, rea~dingi!!;
follows:
"Resolved, That a board of survey be created to pass
responsibility of officers and employees for lost or damaged :
erty intrusted to their care. The board will be composed of.
members, one each being appointed by the head of the
ment of Administration, Department of Government and Sw
tion, and head of Bureau of Engineering and Construction;"'
That that part of paragraph 4 of the minutes of the seventh"
meeting 'of the Executive Committee, held August 2, 1905, outli
the manner in which the value of usable material and scrap mate
shall be fixed; i
That that part of the second paragraph on page 9 of Circular NoTi
dated August 1, 1905, providing that the General Purchasing OSfi
shall fix the prices at which departments originating scrap matsF:Ei
shall turn it over to the Material and Supplies Division at stated per n
and that paragraph 8 of the minutes of the one hundred and seedi
meeting of the Isthmian Canal Commission, held January,1, 19% W
providing for the appointment of a committee to review, appra
condemn, and dispose of scrap, junk, and other material left by
French Company on the Isthmus as must of necessity be removed.
prosecuting the work of constructing the canal;-
are hereby revoked, and a Board of Survey and Appraisal, consistl lj3 :
of five members, is hereby created, the duties of which shall be as folIo
First. To pass upon the responsibility of officers and employees .e .
lost or damaged property entrusted to their care.
Second. To review, appraise, condemn, and dispose of scrap, juLai
and other material and equipment left by the French Company on
Isthmus, from time to time, as necessary, or as instructed, d.0
what is usable by the Commission and the value that should be pl
upon it, and deciding what should be sold and the minimum prceiq
which it should be sold.
Third. To review,appraise, condemn, and dispose of tools, app:an.i
equipment, or material not properly expendable, of recent manufiatui
or purchase, which have become unserviceable by use, deteiora
wear, or unfitness for the purpose for which such articles werese
no such tools, appliances, equipment, or other nonexpendable
to be destroyed or disposed of until such action has been, a'Q4Mi
by such board.
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SFourth. When inventories are taken, to fix the values at which all
equipment, machinery, materials, and supplies shall be taken into the
inventory.
The board- hereby created shall consist of two members representing
the Department of Construction and Engineering and one each repre-
senting the Department of Government and Sanitation, Division of
Accounting and Disbursements, and Division of Material and Supplies,
to be appointed or selected by the Chairman, the Governor of the
Canal Zone, and the Chief Engineer.
8. A letter was read from the Chief Engineer, dated April 6, 1906,
in which he stated that he is of the opinion that, to a great extent, the
cause of the inferiority of colored labor on the Isthmus is due to
the fact that they are not properly nourished; that too many of these
men are either too careless or too penurious to provide themselves
with proper food, without which they have not the requisite strength
to give the service they should, neither have they the stamina to resist
Disease, particularly malaria; and that he believes that the standard
of labor would be very much raised by the introduction of a system
Sby which the laborers may be fed by the Commission instead of feed-
I ing themselves.
S-It also appeared, from previous reports submitted by the Chief Sani-
Stary Officer, that a large amount of the sickness upon the Isthmus is
Sdue to the lack of proper nourishment taken by those laborers who are
,permitted to provide their own meals, and that the general health con-
Sditions woujd be greatly improved if the Commission were to assume
Sthe feeding of such laborers.
Upon consideration it was-
R ~esolved, That authority be given to include in future service con-
tiacts the following provision:
"It is agreed and understood that the Isthmian Canal Commission will furnish said
Laborer, from kitchens established for that purpose, good, wholesome, cooked food,
at the rate of (-) cents silver per day, including three meals, and that the laborer
Agrees to accept same as part payment of his daily wages."
Resolvedfurther, That the Chief Engineer be authorized to fix the
time when the plan contemplated is to become operative and the rate
to be charged the laborer, and that exceptions may be made to the
above rule in favor of those laborers who patronize boarding houses,
or those who have their families on the Isthmus and live properly.
I:. 9. Whereas a branch of the Young Men's Christian Association has
Been organized and established in the city of Panama, nearly all the
members of which are employees of the Isthmian Canal Commission
stationed on the Isthmus of Panama; and
IWhereas it is the policy of the Canal Commission to assist in mak-
ing living on the Isthmus of Panama for employees of the Commission
as agreeable as possible, and the branch of the Young Men's Christian
Xi Association organized in the city of Panama will promote that end,
It is therefore resolved, That funds of the Isthmian Canal Com-
nmission to the extent of $600, United States currency, shall he avail-
able for use in the purchase of furniture and furnishings for the rooms
Sof the association, the amount to be expended in the discretion of the
l.Goiiavnor of the Canal Zone on proper vouchers or requisitions.
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48 MINUTES 01 THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


10. The Head of the Department of Government and Sami$j.

submitted the following lists of appointments, promotions, and "l

changes made by him for the months of January, February, 'iMd

March, 1906, not heretofore approved by the Executive Committi

which are hereby approved: ..'i


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for :4i.:i
ending January 6, 1906,

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


Name.


GOLD ROLLS.


Position.


Appointments.

Smith, Walter J....... Clerk, Ancon Hospital


Russell, Charles B.........do ...............

Dunbar, G. R........ Clerk, Miraflores Hos-
pital.


Gleeson, Louis B .....


McScott, William......

Promotion.

Garland, Henry V .....


Rerating.

Joseph, Lafayette....

Transfers.

Grimes, Evans........

Pettit, W N ..........

Faucett, Dr. Samuel T.

Cook, Henry T........

Hearne, Charles A.....

SILVER ROLLS.

Appointments.

Bailey, Samuel J......
Jones, Norman........
Anderson, John.......
Samuels, Charles......
Francis, Samuel.......
Lazarus, Alexander...
Butler, Edward.......
Stevens, George......
Benjamin, Andrew....
Richards, Philip M....
Robinson, Alexander..
Ford, Elizabeth.......
Belford, Catherine.....
Henigan, Louis........
Bryan, Richard.......
Delgado, Castulo......
Wright, Sarah.........
Brown, Louisa........
Lowe, Canute........
Toledano, Andrea....
Saldiva, Ismael.......
Bereaford, Muriel......


Stenographer, Health
Office, Colon.

Sanitary foreman,
Health Office, Co-
lon.


Steward and quarter-
master, Miraflores
Hospital.


Nurse, directorof hos-
pitals' office.


Cook, Gorgona Hos-
pital.
Nurse, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Physician, Colon Hos-
pital.
Sanitary inspector,
chief sanitary office.
Interne, Miraflores
Hospital.



Orderly..............
.....do.................
.....do..............
.....do...............
.....do...............
.....do................
.....do...............
.....do...............
.....do ...............
.....do...............
.....do..............
Wardmaid..........
.....do..............
Scullion ............
.....do................
Waiter.............
Laundress..........
.....do ..............
Watchman..........
Wardmaid..........
Baker..............
Laundress............


Effective.


1905.
Dec. 30

1906.
Jan. 5

Jan. 3

1905.
Dec. 26

1906.
Jan. 1


Jan. 1

Jan. 6

....do...

Jan. 1

Jan. 6


Rate of pay.


p.a. $1,200.00


p. a. 1,200.00

p.m. 100.00


p.a. 1,500.00


p.m.


75.00


p.m. 100.00



p.m. a60.00


p.m. 30.00

p.m. 60.00

p.a. 1,800.00

p.m. 125.00

p.m. 100.00


Jan. 1 p.m.
....do... p.m.
....do... p.m.
Jan. 2 p.m.
....do... p.m.
....do.... p.m.
....do... p.m.
Jan. 5 p.m.
....do... p.m.
....do... p.m.
Jan. 2 p.m.
Jan. I p.m.
....do... p.m.
Jan. 5 p.m.
....do... p.m.
Jan. 4 .p.m.
....do...' p.m.
Jan. 3 p.m.
....do...' p.m.
Jan. 1 p.m.
Jan. 2 p.m.


30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
24.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
30.00
30.00
72.00
24.00
100.00
50.00


Remarks. -
__..... !:.


Appointed in United Bl'rl
reported for duty Ja.:" .

Appointed on Isthmus::lP I .i
porary. 'i
Appointed on Isthmtu .ow:i-
ported for duty Jan, .

Appointed in United &twi;
reported for duty Jan'.'

Appointed on Isthmus. ,



From clerk and dispenser, &t
550.


From S75. *


To silver rolls at SO0.

From Miraflores Hospital.

Do.

From health office, Colon.

From Ancon Hospital.


Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


a And commutation of subsistence $27 per month.


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


.Apointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for week
ending January 6, 1906-Continued.


. .


Name.


iILVER ROLLS-cont'd.

Appointments-Con.

Bayley, Herbert......
Daley, Emily........
Eggleston, Hubert....
SFairing, Charles.......
KTinE, Ernest..........
Kleinhaus, Elymas....
Lewis, Charles........
Pinnock, Charles......
Ross, Aubrey.........
Williams, Ernest......
Thorpe, James........
Colon, Cisto............
Polio, Felix...........
Iranco, Modesto......
Aguilar, Andres.......
Delgado, Castulo ......

Rios, Jose.............
Altman, Rennis.......
LA Casa, Manuel......
: Torres Avaristo ......
Peredes, Bicale........
Auckermann, Jorge....
,Alvear, Luin.........

Promotions.

't. John, Clifford......

;Graham, Simon.......
ilenman, Coleridge ...
Phillips, James...:....

SBpencer, DanieL.......

eambit, Samuel........
ayling, John.........

Taylor, Charles........
Mobreno, Jose.........

.Adams, David.........

Bailey, Henry.........

Rebecca, Bacheler.....

Callender, Geo.........

Carberry, Kathleen....

Leadford, Jane ........
illiams, Joseph......

Wilis, John..........
Goodin, Samuel.......

Walters, Conrad......

ienry, William.......

son, SamueL ......
assal, Alexander.....

airy, Henry.........

George..........
tti, James.........

od, Thomas....


HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Position.






Scullion .............
Chambermaid ........
Orderly..............
Scullion..............
Orderly..............
.... do................
Attendant ...........
Orderly.............
.....do................
.....do................
Scullion..............
Boatman.............
.....do...............
.....do...............
.....do................
Waiter..............

.....do................
Orderly..............
.....do...............
Scullion..............
Orderly.............
Subforeman..........
.....do................



Attendant, Aneon
Hospital.
.....do...............
.....do...............
Scullion, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Attendant, Ancon
Hospital.
Cook, Ancon Hospital
Attendant Ancon
Hospital.
Cook, Ancon Hospital
Laundryman, Ancon
Hospital.
Waiter, Colon Hos-
pital.
Second cook, Colon
Hospital.
Chambermaid, Colon
Hospital.
Third cook, Colon
Hospital.
Laundress, Colon
Hospital.
.....do...............
Attendant, Colon
Hospital.
.....do................
Watchman, Colon
Hospital.
Attendant, Colon
Hospital.
Scavenger, health
office, Colon.
.....do...............
Subforeman, health
office, Colon.
.....do...............

.....do..............
Scavenger, health
office, Colon.
-...:do................


Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


I I


1906.
Jan. I
....do...
Jan. 2
....do ...
Jan. 5
Jan. 6
Jan. I
Jan. 6
Jan. 4


.... do...
....do ...
....do ...
....do...
Jan. 3

Jan. 5
Jan. 1
Jan. 2
Jan. 5
Jan. 6
Jan. 5
Jan. 6



Jan. 1

....do ...
.... do ...
.... do...

...do...

....do...
....do...

....do ...
....do...

....do..

....do...

....do...

....do..

....do ...

...do...
....do ...

....do ...
Jan. 2

Jan. 1

....do...

....do...
.... do-..

....do...

.... do...
Jan. 3

....do...


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

P. m.
p.m.
p.m.
.p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.



p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.

p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.
p.m.

p.m.

p.m.
p.m.

p.m.


$30.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
50.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
40.00

40.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
.50.00
75.00
75.00



50.00

50.00
50.00
40.00

50.00

60.00
60.00

60.00
80.00

35.00

70.00

30.00

40.00

30.00

30.00
40.00

45.00
60.00

45.00

64.00

64.00
75.00

75.00

75.00
64.00

64.00


Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon quarantine.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Panama quarantine; dis-
charged Jan. 4.
Panama quarantine.
Culebra Hospital.
Miraflores Hospital.
Do.
Taboga Sanitarium.
Health office, Panama.
Do.



From orderly, at $40.

Do.
Do.
From orderly, at $30.

Do.

From attendant, at $50.
From cook, at $60.

From scullion, at $40.
From laundryman, at $60.

From scullion, at $30.

Increased from $50.

From wardmaid, at 524.

From scullion, at 530.

From wardmaid, at $24.

Increased from $24.
From orderly, at $30.

Increased from $40.
From attendant, at 550.

From orderly, at 530.

From laborer.

Do.
Do.

From laborer; resigned Jan.
2.
From laborer.
Do.

Do.


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Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Ban
ending January 6, 1906-Continued.

REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks... ::


GOLD ROLLS. .
Appointment.
1906.
Kyte, Emily.......... School teacher, Coro- Jan. 2 p.m. $50.00 Appointed on lol
zal.


POLICE DEPARTMENT.

GOLD ROLLS.
Appointment.
1905.
Levy, Jules........... First-class private.... Dec. 30 p.m. 375.00 Appointed in Mited S
reported for duty. i:,
Enlistments. ..
1906. "
Hammond, H. J....... Probationary private. Jan. 1 p.m. 26.67 Appointed on Isthm a
Harris, D. N................do...... .......do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Lalor, Patrick......... .....do................ .... do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Moncrieffe, S. O.............do ................ ....do ... p.m. 2667 Do.
Nash, C. 0............. .....do...................do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Parke, R. A...... .do........................ p.m. 26.67 Do.
Rampy, W. A......... .....do................ ....do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Rodriguez, Ricardo.... .....do....................do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Schuetz, John B....... Firstaclass private.... ....do. p.m. 75.00 Do.
Promotions.
Hanley, J. A........... Second-class private.. Jan. 1 p.m. 40.00 From probationary p
at S26.67. .. .
McFarlane, R. A....... .....do....................do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Moulton. J. S..... do.........do.................do ... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Turner, J. S...............do....................do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Reduction.
Monroe, T. F.......... First-class private.... Jan. 1 p.m. 75.00 From corporal, at .80... :

,: .. .
Appointments, promotions and transfers, Department of Governient and Sanitation,for.i.
ending January 13, 1906.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.
Appointments.
Hobbin, Wm. Ramsay.
Morrice, Alexander, jr.

Aparicio, Benjamin...
Davidson, Lewis......
Promotions.
Bidwell, Louise C......
Dougherty, Sara A....
Fairbanks, Helen......
Hall, Howard E.......
Aparicio, Remigio.....
Taylor, Geo. W........

Larson, Leander......


Clerk, chief sanitary
office.
Clerk, chief sanitary
office, property di-
vision.
Sailor, Panama quar-
antine.
Sanitary foreman....


Nurse, AnconHospital
.....do ................
Nurse, Colon Hospital
Clerk, chief sanitary
office.
Fireman, Panama
quarantine.
Sanitary inspector,
chief sanitary in-
spector.
Sanitary inspector,
health office,Colon.


1906.
Jan. 11
Jan. 9


Jan.
....do


Jan. 10
....do...
....do...
Jan. 8
Jan. 10
Jan. 1

....do ...


p.m. $100 00
p.m. 10000

p.m. 3000
p.m. 75 00


p.m. 7500
p.m. 75 00
p.m. 75 00
p.a. 1,50000
p.m. 35 00
p.m. 12500

p.mm. 12500


Appointed on Istbmus.
temporary.
Appointed on sethmui..

Do
Do.


Increased from SMt
Do.
Do.
Increased from 31,200. L


From sailor, at 63
Increased from S10

Do.


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ppointnents, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation,for week
ending January 13, 1906-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS--cont'd.

Transfer.

L Jane, Dr. Harry H....



A point ments.

Pile, Charles.........
Hope, Rufus...........
Thomas, Joseph C....
Middling, Helen.......
Quinn, Rachel.........
Clarke, Viola..........
Delaire, Auguste......
Verdi, Augusto........
.Bocrean, Ernesto......
Robin, Jean...........
Sanchez, Visitacion.-...
Virgille, George........
Cadet, Pierre..........
-.Brown, Mary...........
arnette, Elizabeth...
McKay, Grace.........
Richards, Phillipe.....
SGordon, Cecilia........
-Gordan, Jemima......
SForbes, Ellen...........
SHenry, Charles........
ienry, Olivia.........
H unt, James..........
McKenzie, A'bijah.....
Poyer, Newton........
IR eid, Siebert ..........
Smith, Sydney........
Spencer, Joseph.......
Stewart, Albert.......
Underwood, Eldred...
Watson, Reginald.....
i .Webster, Orlando...,.
i"' Prussia, Joseph.......
Arundell, Abraham...

Wright, Calvin........
Mills, A. B...........
Bremner, Reuben.....
Williams, James......
Bell, Terrence........
Harrison, John.......

Promotions.

Saunders, Paget ......

Reid, Seibert..........

SBaston, Hugh.........

Graham, Ernest.......


1906.


Interne, Gorgona Jan. 13
Hospital.



Orderly.............. Jan. 7
.....do........... .... Jan. 9
.....do........ ... .. ..do...
Wardmaid........... Jan. 10
.... do............... Jan. 11
.....do................ Jan. 12
Scullion............... Jan. 11
.....do...................do...
.....do............... Jan. 10
..... do .................. do...
Baker................ Jan. 8
Waiter............... Jan. 12
Laundryman......... Jan. 13
Laundress............ Jan. 9
.....do............... Jan. 11
.....do............... Jan. 9
.....do................ ... do...
.....do............... Jan. 11
.....do.............. Jan. 10
Wardmaid........... Jan. 8
Attendant............ Jan. 12
Wardmaid.......... Jan. 8
Orderly............. Jan. 13
Attendant .......... Jan. 10
Scullion............... Jan. 8
Orderly.............. Jan. 11
Scullion.................do.
Orderly ............. Jan.
.....do............... Jan. 12
Scullion.............. Jan. 11
.....do................ Jan. 10
Orderly.............. Jan. 12
.....do.............. Jan. 11
Watchman........... Jan. 7

Waiter.............. Jan. 8
Cook.................. Jan. 11
Attendant......... Jan. 12
Orderly.............. Jan. 10
Attendant............ Jan. 12
Subforeman......... Jan. 8



Scullion, Ancon Hos- Jan. 9
pital.
Waiter, Colon Hospi- Jan. 11
tal.
Attendant, Gorgona Jan. 1
Hospital.
Scavenger, health of- Jan. 7
fice, Colon.


p.m. $100 00


p.m.
p. m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p. m.
p. m.
p. m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p. m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.



p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.


3000
30 00
30 00
24 00
24 00
24 00
4000
40 00
40 00
40 00
10000
40 00
C0 00
45 00
45 00
30 00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
30.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30 00
3000
3 00
100.00

40.00
60.00
80.00
30.00
50.00
75.00



40.00

40.00

50.00

64.00


'- "


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.
lbert, Garfield 0.... Postalelerk.......... Jan. 6 p.a.SI,200.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Jan. 13.
.Tanmehill, John W.... ....do................ ...do... p.a. 1,500.00 Do.





. i;
j , :.


From Colon Hospital.




Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Chief sanitary office, prop-
erty division.
Colon quarantine.
Do.
Bas Obispo Dispensary.
Miraflores Hospital.
Do.
Chief sanitary inspector.



From orderly, at $30.

Do.

Do.

From laborer.








52 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and S
ending January 13, 1906-Continued.
POLICE DEPARTMENT.

Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remak~*:' ej


GOLD ROLLS.
Promotions.
1906.
Cooper, J. B.......... econd-class sergeant. Jan. 1 p.m. 883.33 From first-class pIr tt
575.
Wickett, L. J.......... Corporal.................do ... p.m. 80.00 Do.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and San*ation,.j !!
ending January 20, 1906. i.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks. '::


GOLD ROLLS.
Appointments.
Adams, Charles W...












Cohen, John T........


Price, Walter.........
Bowers, Sigebert Wil-
fred.
Promotions.
Vaughn, Emmett T...
Pettitt,W. N..........
Gaines, Samuel S......

Smith, Mrs. Sara B....
Francisco, Howard M.

Oossin, Charles S......
Graham, Frank.......
Billinglsea, J. M.......

Mayner, Alfred E......

Transfers.
Darby, Taylor E......
Lawson, Daiid........
Tomlinson, Fred E....


Clerk, chief sanitary
office.












Medical property
clerk,chief sanitary
office, property di-
vision.
Clerk, chief sanitary
office.
Druggist, Taberniila
Hospital.


Physician, Ancon
Hospital.
Nurse, Ancon Hospi-
tal.
Superintendent laun-
dry, Ancon Hospi-
tal.
Dietist, Colon Hospi-
tal.
Stock clerk, chief san-
itary office, proper-
ty division.
Nurse, Miraflores
Hospital.
.....do................
Sanitary inspector,
chief sanitary In-
spector.
Assistant health offi-
cer, health office,
Panama.

Physician, Anoon
Hospital.
Ambulance driver
Colon Hospital.
Assistant steward
Colon Hospital.


* 1906.
Jan. 13 p.a.$1,500 00


Jan. 13 p.m. 100.00


Jan.
Jan.


Jan. 16
....do ...
....do ...


19 p.m. 100.00
10 p.a. 900.00


p. a.
p.m
p.m


....do... p.m
....do... p.m.


....do...
....do...
....do...

....do...



Jan. 20
Jan. 16
....do ...


1,800.00
S75.00
125.00

100.00
125.00


p.m. 75.00
p.m. 7&00
p.m. 100.00

p.m. 200.00


p.m.
p. m.
p.m.


150.00
45.00
50.00


Appointed in Uniteda
for department or.
nearing and e
reported Jan. M2.
transferred to
of government aCd-
tion, effective Ja1.
place of James V.
sey, who was original
pointed in U.nite
for department 6of
ment and sanit.tio
through error wai
signed to duty i.
apartment of
and construction.
Appointed in UniteU:
reported for duty ".,

Appointed on IathS t4I$
Do.



From interne, at .81i,2.'
Increased from 'i.i
Increased from 100,

From nurse, at 75.L: :
From clerk, at .00 .

Increased from $60. :''
Do.



at 150. .


From Colon quarani
To silver rolls, at S
To silver roll, at 8l









MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


:Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation,for week
ending January 20, 1906--Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name.


GOLD ROLLS-COnt'd.

Transfers-Cont'd.

:oolidge, Dr. Aumner .

Anderson, John T.....

Anderson, Chas. L. G..
*
Smith, Peter..........

Gardner, Dr. M. E....

Faucett, Dr. Samuel T.

,Deibert, Geo. S........

SILVER ROLLS.

A ppointments.

SOxford, Ernest........
Batten, Henry .......
soes, James T .........
PSarlett, Samuel......
'Madden, Ellen.........
tklinson, Ortilla......
5S6nderson, Rachel...
:: bir Ellen ..........
:i rttiiT Emilio ..........
iranco, Benilda.......
Ssnce, Louise........
'ilxpina, Isolina........
mmings, William...
o ok, Joseph..........
Isaac ...........
Emanuel .......
Robert........
st, Nathaniel...
u les, Cristobal...
irazas Isaac........
*iuidi, Louis..........
Douglass, William.....
REdwards, Robert......
:.ord, George..........
bournen. Chas......
: ant, Alonzo.........
'i ng, Reuben.........
Slynch, Samuel........
iLyons, Anna..........
S'amuels, Clifford......
tevenson, James.....
White, Catherine......
renton, Daniel........
Iolton, Alexander.....
'Reid, Joseph.........
leedham, Ernest.....
Macbeth, John........
*Wertley, Baptist......
Carios, Elazar..........
MeYocal, Alfredo......
Featta, Antonio.......

Promotions.

fiWllams, Dafid.......

ialnes, Rudolph A....

lair, Charles.......

*aquez, Recardo .....


Position.


Physician, Colon
Hospital.
Clerk, chief sanitary
office.
Physician, Tabernilla
Hospital.
Nurse, Miraflores
Hospital.
Physician, Paraiso
Dispensary.
Physician, health of-
fice, Colon.
Sanitary inspector,
health office, Colon.




Orderly ..............
.....do ..............
.....do.................
.....do................
Wardmaid...........
.....do ................
.....do...............
.....do...............
Cook................
Laundress..........
.....do...............
.....do...............
Laundryman.........
Waiter..............
Messenger ...........
.....do...............
Watchman...........
.....do................
Scullion...............
.....do...............
.....do...............
Orderly.............
Attendant ...........
Orderly.............
Attendant............
Scullion..............
Orderly..............
.....do...............
Laundress............
Orderly.............
Stableman...........
Wardmaid ...........
Waiter.............
Cook.................
Scullion..............
Attendant............
.....do...............
Subforeman .........
Foreman.............
.....do................
Orderly..............



Attendant, Colon
Hospital.
Foreman, gang No. 1.
Colon Hospital.
Carpenter, Colon
Hospital.
Attendant, Taboga
Sanitarium.


Effective. Rate of pay.


1906.
Jan. 19

Jan. 10

Jan. 7

Jan. 19

Jan. 11

Jan. 19

Jan. Jii





Jan. 18
....do ...
Jan. 20
....do ...
Jan. 15
Jan. 16
Jan. 18
Jan. 19
Jan. 15
....do ...
.... do ...
Jan. 1i
....do...
Jan. 20
....do...
Jan. 18
Jan. 16
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
Jan. 13
Jan. 16
....do...
....do...
Jan. 15
Jan. 14
Jan. 16
Jan. 19
Jan. 15
Jan. 16
Jan. 14
Jan. 16
Jan. 10
Jan. 12
Jan. 13
....do...
Jan. 16
Jan. 19
Jan. 16
Jan. 15



Jan. 16

....do...

....do...

Jan. 15


p.a.52,400. 00

p.m. 125.00

p.a. 2,400.00

p.m. CO. 00

p.m. 150.00

p.m. 150.00

p.m. 125.00


p. m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p. m.
p.m.
p.'m.
p.m.
p m.
p.m.
p.m.
p m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.,
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.



p.m.

p.h.
p.m.
p. in.


30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
24.00
24.00
24.00
80.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
80.00
40.00
21.00
21.00
72.00
72.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
40.00
100.00
30.00
50.00
50.00
75.00
100.00
100.00
30.00



40.00

120.00

0

50.00


Remarks.


From Colon health office.

From engineering depart-
ment.
From Colon Hospital.

From Empire Hospital.

From Culebra Hospital.

From Miraflores Hospital.

From clerk in engineering
department.




Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do.
* Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon quarantine.
Tabernilla quarantine.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Chief sanitary inspector.
Health office, Panama.
Do.
Taboga Sanitarium.



From orderly, at 330.

Increased from 5100.

Increased from 40 cents.

From orderly, at 530.





.. : : 'i' .

54 M1NOTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. ,


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and 8antoiiiVri
ending January 20, 1906-Continued.
POLICE DEPARTMENT.


Name.


GOLD ROLLS-cont'd.

Appointments.

Smail, Tracy.........

Carnott, William......


Albin, Walter........
Schofield, B. A........

Enlistments.

Nelson, O. E..........
Bonaparte, F. H......

Johnson, A. A.........
Douglas, J. E.........
Grant, S. J...........
Lascelles, E. L........
Lopez, J. M..........
Robinson, David.....
Thompson, A. U......

Promotions.

Lee, Samuel T........
Schenck, S. B.........
Segraves, J. H.........
Tipton, G. W .........

Cooper, J. B...........
Whiteside, D. W......
De Tancrede, K.J.A..

Sturdevant, B. S......
Crawford, J. R........

Wilkinson, D. B.......


Position. Effective. Rate of pay.
1-


Corporal......;......

First-class private....


.....do.............
.....do...............



First-class private....
Probationary private

.....do.. ...........
.....do...............
.....do..............
....do................
.....do...............
.....do..... ........
.....do...............



Record clerk.........
First-class sergeant..
.....do...............
.....do ..............

.. ..do ..............
Second-class sergeant.
Corporal............

.....do................
Second-class private.

.....do..............


1906.
Jan. 13

....do...

1905.
Dec. 23
....do ...


1916.
Jan. 16
....do...

....do ...
....do...
... do...
....do...
....do...
.. .do...
....do...



Jan. 16
....do...
Jan. 19
Jan. 16

....do...
....do...
....do...

....do...
....do...

....do...


p. m.

p.m.


p.m.
p. m.



p m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


$80.00

75.00


75.00
75.00



75 00
26.67

26.67
26.67
26.67
26.67
26.67
26.67
26.67


p.a. 1,800.00
p.m. 125.00
p.m. 125.00
p.m. 100.00

p.m. 100.00
p.m. 83.33
p.m. 80.00

p.m. 80.00
p.m. 40.00

p.m. 40.00


Remarks.


Appointed in United fitqss;
reported for duty T'i t3.
Do.


Appointed on Isthmlfa.
Appointed on slathnwa; w-
enlistment.
Do.
Appointed on Isthmusia ;
Do. .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.



Increased from 11,500.
Increased from 3100.
Do., "
From second-class sge i'
at 583.33.
Do.
From corporal, at 80.
From first-class private tl:
575.
Do.
From probationary p4i 4te,4
at 326.67.
Do. :
41


CORRECTIONS.
McFarlane, R. C., second-class private, police department. Shown on reports for weeks ending ,em-
ber 2, 1905, and January 6, 1906, as McFarlane, R. A. Should be McFarlane, R.C.
Parkes, R. A., probationary private, police department. Shown on report for week ending JUatplUi
6, 1906, as Parke, R. A. Should be Parkes. R. A.
"l

Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for wetea
ending January 87, 1906.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. I

Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointment.
1906.
Luedtke, Charles L.... Clerk................ Jan. 18 p.m. $125.00 Appointed in United MtAtS;
reported for duty Jan. ,i6
Transfers.

Remon, Jose E........ Copyist, water com- Jan. 26 p.m. 75.00 From municipal engiiee
missioner. department.
Sargent, Chas. R...... Clerk, water commis- Jan. 24 p.m. 125.00 Fromlocal auditor'sofflee.
sioner.


JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.
-----------:-------------------------------... ....^- j;. :? :

GOLD ROLLS.
Appointment. -o.
Johnson, Nelson R... Clerk, circuit court.. Jan. 13 p.a.52,000.00 Appointed in United Sta


. .








: MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 55


I Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for week
z ending January 27, 1906--Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name.


S GOLD ROLLS-cont'd.

S Appointments.

Grnier, Dr. Fleetwood

Franz, Fred...........

Klein, Martin M.......

Goodner, Edgar W....


Canfield, Dr. Herman..

Transfers.

Drew, Anna L........
Matts. Minnie Mae....
Gardner, Dr. M. E....

SVaughn, Emmett T...

SBallantine, Margaret I.

S SILVER ROLLS.

Appointments.

Clark, Bertram........
Townsend, Anna......
Dixon, Adelaide.......
Perez, Amado.........
Robinson, Luther.....
Benry, John.........
Jones, Edward M.....

S" immons, Percy......
Victor, Joseph.......
Noriega, Francisco....
Barnett, Mary........
Bennett, Robert......
Black, Nathaniel......
SClarke, Thomas.......
Duncan, Charles......
Friend, Osmand......
Harrison, Maud.......
Lawrence, Elvira......
.Mingo,Jas.E........
! Sanuders, Samuel....
Drummond, John....
Webb, Henry.........
Lopez, Gonzales.......
Philpotts, James......
Hurley, Chas .......
Murray, James.......
. Aguilar, Jacinto.......
Arnais, Luis...........

Natty, Charles........
Nix, Edward.........
Carpprow, James M...
spinosaa, Carlos B....
Guerra, Rodulfo......
Hartmann, Robert....
Palacio, Manuel.......
SSalcedo, Francisco....
SThamas, Charles......

Promotion.

Bryant, Robert.......




It ...S


Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


Assistant quarantine
officer, Panama.
Custodian quaran-
tine, Colon.
Nurse, Empire Hos--
pital.
Clerk, chief sanitary
officer.


1906.
Jan. 18

Jan. 8

Jan. 23

Jan. 22


Interne...............


Nurse Colon Hospital
.....do.................
Physician, Bohio Dis-
pensary.
Physician, Coroza I
Dispensary.
Nurse, Taboga Sani-
tarium.




Orderly .............
Wardmaid...........
.....do...............
Cook................
Scullion.............
.....do................
Waiter..............

.....do..............
Laundryman.........
Laund ress..........
.....do................
Messenger ..........
W aiter...............
Scullion ............
Assistant cook.......
Orderly..............
Wardmaid...........
.....do...............
Orderly.............
Cook's helper.........
Dispensing clerk.....
Orderly.............
Attendant............
Orderly.............
Subforeman ........
.....do...............
..... do...............
Foreman ............

.....do................
.....do.............
.....do..............
.....do..............
.....do..............
Subforeman..........
.....do..............
Foreman.............
Subforeman..........



Janitor of morgue,
Ancon Hospital.


Jan. 23
....do...
Jan. 25

Jan. 21

Jan. 23





Jan. 22
Jan. 21
Jan. 25
Jan. 22
Jan. 26
Jan. 27
Jan. 25

Jan. 26
....do...
Jan. 24
....do...
....do...
Jan. 27
Jan. 23
Jan. 22
Jan. 23
Jan. 20
Jan. 22
Jan. 23
Jan. 24
Jan. 23
Jan. 26
Jan. 23
Jan. 27
Jan. 16
Jan. 23
Jan. 16i
Jan. 24

....do...
....do...
Jan. 26
Jan. 24
....do...
....do...
Jan. 22
Jan. 24
Jan. 22


p.a. 2,400.00


p.m.

p.m.


100.00

60.00


p.m. 100.00


p.a. 1,200.00



p.m. 75.00
p. m. 75.00
p.a. 1,800.00

p. a. 1,800.00

p. m. 60.00


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p. m.
p.m.
p. m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


Jan. 16 1 p.m.


30.00
24.00
24.00
80.00
40.00
40.00
40.00

40.00
60.00
45.00
30.00
21.00
40.00
30.00
75.00
30.00
24.00
24.00
30.00
40.00
100.00
30.00
50.00
30.00
75.00
75.00
75.00
100.00

100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
75.00
75.00
100.00
75.00


Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Jan. 26
Appointed on Isthmus.

Appointed on Isthmus, tem-
porarily.
Appointed on Isthmus, tem-
porarily, vice Howard E.
Hall, resigned.
Appointed on Isthmus, tem-
porarily.


From Ancon Hospital.
From Taboga Sanitarium.
From Culebra Hospital.

From Ancon Hospital.

From Colon Hospital.





Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Ancon Hospital; discharged
Jan. 25.
Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon quarantine.
Empire Dispensary.
Miraflores Hospital.
Taboga Sanitarium.
Do.
Chief sanitary inspector.
Do.
Do.
Health office, Panama; rein-
stated.
Do.
Do.
Health office, Panama.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


80.00 From attendant, at $60.






56 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEl .

Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Saniaios,..
ending January 27, 1906--Continued.

REVENUE DEPARTMENT. .... ...

Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.. "::'

SILVER ROLLS.
Appointments. ..:
1906.
Schwegler, Paul B..... Messenger............ Jan. 25 p.m. 325.00 Appointed vice Herb ..l '.
ard, resigned.
Watkins, Samuel...... Porter, Cristobal..... Jan. 26 p.m. 60.00 Appointed on Isthmus.
Kenworthy, Charles... Messenger............ Jan. 22 p.m. 40.00 Appointed temporarily.: ;: :,

POLICE DEPARTMENT.

GOLD ROLLS.
Appointments.
Weaver, Albert....... Corporal.............. Jan. 18 p.m. $80.00 Appointed in United StleSi ,
reported for duty Jaftiw'l
Abraham, E........... First-class private........do... p.m. 75.00 Do. r dutJ ,
White, James W...... .....do................ I....do... p.m. 75.00 Do.
Hands, George R...... Clerk................. Jan. 23 p.m. 100.00 AppointedonIsthmu (tmi1P
porarily).
Enlistments. y
Guilfoyle, J.J ......... First-class private.... Jan. 23 p.m. 75.00 Appointed on Isthmus. .:
Collins, H. A.......... Second-class private.. Jan. 27 p.m. 4000 Do. :
McLeary, W.M........ Probationary private. Jan. 25 p.m. 26.67 Do. : .
M ...
Promotion. .
Bhaw,J. N.......... Corporal............ Jan. 16 p.m. 80.00 From first-class privateao:
$75. .


CORRECTIONS.
Cooper, J. B., second-class sergeant, police department. Shown on report for week ending JanuaX.
1906, Ps promoted to first-class sergeant at 5100from second-class sergeant at 58333 per i'Rit ..,.
Reported in error: no promotion made.

Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation,for 0 .t
ending February 3, 1906.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks. -1":'..

GOLD ROLLS..; '
Appointments.
1906. ;:
Hibbert, Thomas...... Messenger,governor's Feb. 1 p.m. 325.00 Appointed on lethmia.:
house. i
Herrera, L.C.,Sr ...... Subinspector water ....do... p.m. 75.00 Do.: '
commissioner.
Guardia, Richarddela. Foreman, fire depart- ....do... p.m. 50.00 Do.
ment. ..
Transfer. '
Ewing, H. L.......... Clerk.............. Feb. 1 p.m. 100.00 To health department, : i
sanitary officer. .:

PROSECUTING ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.


GOLD ROLLS.
Transfer.
Garrison, Edgar S.... Clerk................








-MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 57


riMppointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation,for week
ending February 3, 1906-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.


Appointments.

. Clifton, C.C.........


Wilks, Fred W........

S Promotions.

Hauswirth, Mrs. Lura.


P Hale, Dr. D. J........

9:7 Transfers.

-I Chatfield, Miss Mary A.

Swing, H. L..........

i ..Vnce, Philip.........

: Sutherland, Mrs. Nel-
lie, nee Harrison,
Miss Nellie.
Dudley, Elmer E ......

Williams, Henry J.....

'Ensey, C. R...........

SILVER ROLLS.

S Appointments.

H..ayden, Jasper.......
Seconds, Jean........
O:tisseppe, Ruggeri....
:lA4las, Sophia.........
Bremner, Elvira......
::.orres, Rita...........
Williams, Lillian......
SGiecomb, Matilda.....
1Morgan, Virginia......

Wall'ce, Mary........
oseph, Mary Ann....
Anderson, Philip......
p..Brown, Henry No. 2...
T'rancis, John.........
Franklin, Charles......
F*ulton, William.......
Grant, James.........
Gray, Augustus.......
G' unson, John.........
Horton, Henry........
Kane, Frances........
Lewis, Marian.........
.MDaniel, Robert.....
Meats, Arthur.........
M organ, Augustine....
: Inadlo, Roslyn.........
i :icketts, Nathaniel...
muels, Alfred.......
.IDntilh, Emillo.......
King, Wm............
Scott, Alexander......
Syes, Adolphus......
l1, Norman......
ylor, John..........
bson, Leonard.....
nner, Angus.......
Geoge 1.....
wart, Wilham......
Benjamin......
ima, .W. C.....
n, Luls ......


"=P' :
;: ,!':. ii
V: ii,,,


Sanitary inspector,
chief sanitary in-
spector.
Sanitary foreman,
health office, Colon.


Clerk and stenogra-
pher, chief sanitary
office.
Physician, Culebra
Hospital.


Stenographer, Colon
Hospital.
Clerk, chief sanitary
office..
Stenographer, chief
sanitary office.
Nurse, Colon Hospital.I


Nurse, Culebra Hos-
pital.
Interne, Empire Hos-
pital.
Clerk, Taboga Sani-
tarium.


Attendant...........
Scullion.............
Baker..............
Laundress..........
.....do................
.....do...............
.....do................
.....do.................
.....do ................

.....do...............
.... do................
Orderly............
Scullion..............
Orderly.............
Ambulance driver....
Scullion..............
Orderly..............
.....do................
....do...............
....do................
Wardmaid..........
Laundress ...........
Assistant cook.......
Orderly.............
Laundress...........
Wardmaid .........
Orderly.............
.....do...............
SCook................
Attendant...........
Orderly.............
.....do................
.....do................
.....do.......:.......
.....do................
.....do................
.....do.............
Foreman............
Subforeman..........
Foreman..: .........
......do...............


1906.
Jan. 31


p.m. $100.00


p.m.


75.00


p.m. 125.00


...do...I p.a. 1,800.00


....do...

....do...

....do...


....do...

.... do...


Feb. 2
Jan. 29
....do...
Feb. 1
Jan. 30
....do...
reb. 1
....do...
....do...

....do...
....do...
Jan. 29
Feb. 1
....do...
....do...
Jan. 31
Jan. 29
Feb. 1
Feb. 2
Jan. 31
Feb. 3
Feb. 1
Feb. 2
Jan. 28
Jan. 29
Feb. 1
Jan. 28
Jan. 29
Feb. 2
....do...
Jan. 29
Feb. 1
....do...
....do...
Jan. 30
Jan. 29
Jan. 30
Jan. 26
Feb. 1
Jan. 25
Feb. 2


p.m. 100.00

p.m. 100.00

p.a. 1,500.00

p.m. 75.00


p.m. 60.00

p.a. 1,200.00

p.a. 1,500.00


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


50.00
S40.00
100.00
30.00
30.00
25.00
30.00
30.00
30.00

30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
90.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
30.00
40.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
60.00
80.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
100.00
75.00
100.00
100.00


On Isthmus, vice Robert K.
Vibert, resigned.

On Isthmus. vice William
McScott, resigned.


From clerk, at $100.


From interne, at $1,200.



From engineering depart-
ment.
From executive office.

From engineering depart-
ment.
From Ancon Hospital.


.From Taboga Sanitarium.

From Las Cascadas Dispen-
sary.
From Colon Hospitai.





Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Ancon Hospital (discharged
Feb. 2).
Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Panama quarantine.
Bas Obispo Dispensary.
Culebra Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Miraflores Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Chief sanitary inspector.
Do.
Do.
Health office, Panama.


I....do...








58 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE -


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitienzirni
ending February 3, 1906-Continued. :

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.
--"-- ---:".----- -..


Name.


SILVER ROLLS-cont'd.

Promotions.

Seeley, John...........

Hercules, James.......
Thompson, William...
Blackburn,. David.....

Maitland, James.......

Bailey, Nathan........

Black, Henry..........
Brown, James.........
Henry, Robert........
Henry, Catherine......

Lee, Nancy............
Mapp, Robert.........

Mordelle, Wm.........
Willis, Nathaniel......
Wright, Gordon.......
Bori, Rufino...........

Fittin, Alexander.....


Position.






Attendant, Ancon
Hospital.
.....do...............
.....do..............
Scullion, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Orderly, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Attendant, Colon
Hospital.
.....do................
.....do...............
.....do................
Chambermaid, Colon
Hospital.
.....do...............
Attendant, Colon
Hospital.
.....do........... ....
.....do................
.....do....... ........
Foreman, health of-
fice, Colon.
......do................


Effective.


1906.
Feb. 1

....do...
....do...
....do...

....do...

....do...

....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...

....do...
....do...

....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...

....do...


Rate of pay.


p. m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
D.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.


$50.00

50.00
50.00
40.00

40.00

50.00

50.00
50.00
50.00
30.00

30.00
50.00

50.00
50.00
50.00
75.00

100.00


Remarks. .
__ - i-
-- :!" .:


From orderly, at $40.

Do.
Do.
From orderly, at S30.

Do.

Increased from 140.

Do.
Do.
Do.
From wardmaid, at 624.:

Do.
From 140.

Do.
Do.
Do.
From laborer, at 26 cents pet
hour.
From subforeman, at $75.


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

' Appointment.

Andrews, K. R....... Postal clerk......... Jan. 25 p.m. $125.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Feb. 1.


POLICE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Enlist ments.

Brown, Charles........ Probationary private. Feb. 1 p.m. $26.67 Appointed on Isthmus.
French, Patrick....... ....do...................do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
McKitly, W. A ........ ....do...................do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Munroe, J. A..............do................ ....do... p.m. 26.67 Do.

Promotions.

Leonard, Edward..... Clerk................ Feb. 1 p.a. 1,500.00 From clerk, at 81,200.
Vanderpool, J. H...... First-class sergeant.. ....do... p.m. 100.00 Fromt second-class sergeant,
at $83.33.
Alvarez, Felix......... Second-class sergeant ....do... p.a. 1,000.00 From corporal, at SS pSr
mo.
Hammond, H. J....... Second-class private.. ....do... p.m. 40.00 From probationary private,
at $26.67.
Lalor, Patrick..............do..................do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Moncrieffe, 8. O............do...................do... p.m. 40.00 Do. '
Nash,C. 0...............do............... ....do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Parkes, R. A.......... .....do............... ....do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Rampy, W. A..............do ..................do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Rodriguez, Ricardo... ....do...................do... p.m. 40.00 Do.






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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Dy


Omissions from previous reports (1905).

PROSECUTING ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.

Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointment.
1905.
Shontz, Geo. M........ Assistant prosecuting Oct. 16 p.a. 1,800.00 Appointed in United States;
attorney, reported for duty Oct. 23.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


Appoint tments.

Walters, Frederick G..


Hunter, James R......



Relieved from duty.

Stansfield, Dr. H. A...


Storekeeper, chi e f
sanitary office
property division.
Interne.............





Pathologist, Colon
Hospital.


Aug. 24

Oct. 7





Aug. 23


p. a. 1,500. 00


p.a. 1,200.00





p. a. 3,300.00


Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Sept. I.

Appointed in United States;
arrived on Isthmus Oct.
14; returned to United
States Oct. 16; never re-
ported for duty.

$2,200 United States Pibl.c
Health and Marine-Hos-
pital Service; pay per
year, plus 50 per cent.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for week
ending February 10, 1906.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.

Transfer.
1906.
Glaze, A. A............ Clerk................. Feb. 8 p.a.$1,500.00 To Washington office.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Rizo, Jose Galindo....


Curzel, Peter S.......

Mayrs, Jarhes A.......

Metze, Frederick......
Poole, Bernell C.......
Owen, George H.......

McGuigan, J. J........

Collins, Alfred.........

Wiechers, J. F.........
Mena, Juan de.........

Promotions.

Walsh, Groesbeck...
a
Bovay, Harry E......

Falero, Edward R....


Fireman, director of
hospital's o fli c e
launch Petite
Louise.
Nurse, Miraflores
Hospital.
.....do...............

.....do................
.....do.............
Dispenser, Paraiso
Dispensary.
Stenographer, chief
sanitary inspector.

Sanitary foreman,
chief sanitary in-
spector.
.....do...............
Inspector, health of-
ficer, Panama.


Physician, Colon
Hospital.
Chief clerk, chief sani-
tary officer.
Sanitary inspector,
chief sanitary in-
spector.


Feb. I


Jan. 29

Feb. 2

....do...
....do...
Feb. 7

Jan. 23


p.m. $35.00


p.m.

p. m.

p. m.
p.m.
p.m.

p. m.


Jan. 25 p.m.


Feb.
Feb.


Feb.

Feb.

Feb.


60.00

60.00

60.00
60.00
60.00

125.00

75.00


1 p.m. 75.00
5 p.m. 100.00


10 p.a. 1,800.00

8 p.a. 2,000.00

4 p.m. 125.00


Appointed on Isthmus, vice
Julio Aragon.

Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Feb. 5.
Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Feb. 9.
Do.
Do.
Appointed on Isthmus.

Appointed on Isthmus, tem-
porarily, vice J. M. Bur-
lew.
Appointed on Isthmus.

Do.
Do.


From interne, at 11,200.

From clerk, at $1,500.

Increased from $100.





. .. ."" ... ..


60 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitiionm
ending February 10, 1906-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued. '


Name. Position. Effective Rate of pay. Remarks.
""~~~~~r,. 4t i a, emrs,


GOLD ROLLS--cont'd.

Transfer.

Drew, Anna L........

SILVER ROLLS.

A appointments.

Blackwood, Simon....
Cooke, Norman.......
Kilso, John............
Parnther, Alban......
Bay, Ethel...........
Robertson, George....
Sanchez, Louis........
Gammon, Herbert.....
Egin, ...........
Furnin, Gabriel.......
Cadet, Pierre..........
Douglas, James B.....
Duncan, David........
Gordon, Edward......
Mathews, James.......
White, Frank.........
Quintano, Inocencio...
Villavicencio, Eduardo
Pinnock, E. J.........
Ephriam, Henri.......
Downer, Benj. R......
Gibson, Robert.......
Guardia, Raul dela ..

Slack, Patrick W......


Nurse, Ancon
pital.


Hos-


Orderly..............
.....do................
.....do...............
.....do................
Wardmaid..........
Waiter...............
.....do................
Scullion..............
Laundryman.........
.....do................
.....do................
Orderly.............
.....do................
Waiter..............
Orderly.............
Messenger............
Waiter..............
Cook's helper........
Dispensing clerk......
Orderly.............
Cook...............
Subforeman..........
Foreman...........

Engineer............


1906.
Feb. 10





Feb. 6
....do...
Feb. 9
....do...
Feb. 10
....do...
....do...
Feb. 6
Feb. 5
Feb. 6
Feb. 8
Feb. 1
....do...
Feb. 9
Feb. 1
Feb. 9
....do...
Feb. 4
Feb. 8
Feb. 5
Feb. 1
....do...
Feb. 8

Feb. 9


p.m. $75.00


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p. m.
p.m.
p. m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p. m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.h.


30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
100.00
60.00
60.00
30.00
30.00
40.00
3000
30.00
40.00
40.00.
80.00
30.00
20.00
75.00
100.00

.50


From Colon Hospital. "ir.





Aneon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. *.
Do. ". .:
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. **, ": :
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do..... .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Panama quarantine.
Do. ,
Corozal Dispensary.
Culebra Hospital.
Las Cascadas Dispensary. "
Chief sanitary inspector. ,
Health office, Panama, t-
signed Feb. 9. .
Health office, Colon.
** .l .


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


SILVER ROLLS.

A appointments.

Vialette, Miss Justina. School-teacher....... Feb. 1 p.m. $70.00 Empire.
Ahumada, Mrs. Esco- .-...do...................do... p.m. 70.00 Gorgona.
lastica.
Furguenson,MissAna. .....do....................do... p.m. 60.00 Matachin.
Nelson, J. R........... .....do................ .....do... p.m. 60.00 Bobio.
Leon de, Miss Daisy... .....do...................do... p.m. 100.00 Cristobal.
Williamson, J. H...........do .............. .....do... p.m. 60.00 Mount Hope.
Delgado, Mrs.............do...................do... p.m. 60.00 Gatun.


POLICE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Wise, J. H............. First-class private....

Wise, Olen............. do...............

Enlistment.


Feb.

....do.


p.m. 75.O00

p.m. 75.00


Wood, Benjamin F.... First-class private.... Feb. 10 p.m.


Promotion.

DuJardin, John W....


Corporal............. Feb.


75.00


p.m. 80.00


Appointed in United Ststeg;
reported for duty Feb. .
.0--



Appointed on IBthmus. .


From flrat-olas prlv&ates-. 'ii
$75. h,







. .. ..
PH .% :!.: "


....,

; .


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 61
A.

SAppointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for week
L ending February 17, 1906.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.

Transfer.
1906.
Arbuckle, EustaceM.. Clerk................. Feb. 17 p.a.81,650.00 To chief sanitary officer
(temporarily'.


PROSECUTING ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.


GOLD ROLLS.

Transfer.

Jordan, Herbert R.... Clerk................. Feb. 10 p.m. $125.00 To department of construc-
tion and engineering.


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Phillips, Charles E.... Interne, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Whitaker, EUis J...... .....do...............
Brown, Peter B....... Nurse, Ancon Hospi-
tal.
Threlkeld, Geo. W..... Nurse, Mirallores
Hospital.
Dove, H. E............ Sanitary inspector,
chief sanitary in-
spector.
Carpprow, James M... Foreman, health of-
fice, Panama.


Promotion.

SLane, Dr. Harry H....

S Transfers.

Scannel, E: J..........

S.Faucett, Dr.-Samuel T.

Arbuckle, Eustace M..

Higgins, Montgomery
E.
SLynn, W. J............

Pettit, W. N..........

Robson, Edward R ...

SILVER ROLL.

Appointments.
SFisher, Louis..........
SAllen, Caleb..........
$ Santos, Manuel-.......
i Henriquez, Margarita
.Flax, Returah........
Peterson, Isabella...
Fristain, Sophia......
: Lowe, Samuel.........
.. Brown, Albert.........
:Benlson, Richard......
i Brown, Cecil.........
b. C sfie, Joseph......
i r.::eien, Arthur.........
iOdi:um, George........


Physician, Gorgona
Hospital


Interne, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Physician,Colon Hos-
pital.
Clerk, chief sanitary
office.
Interne,Culebra Hos-
pital.
Interne, Las Casca-
das Dispensary.
Nurse, Miraflores
Hospital.
Clerk, health office,
Colon.



Waiter..............
Scullion...............
Laundryman.........
Laundress...........
.....do...............
.....do...............
.....do................
Orderly..............
SWatchman...........
Chief cook............
Scullion.............
.....do...............
....do...............
Orderly..............


Feb. 8

....do...
....do...

....do...

Feb. 4


p. m.

p. m.
p.m.

p.m.

p.m.


Feb. 12 p.m.


Feb. 11


Feb. 16

....do...

Feb. 17

Feb. 16

....do ...

....do...

Feb. 13




Feb. 14
....do...
Feb. 13
....do...
Feb. 12
Feb. 13
Feb. 14
Feb. 17
Feb. 16
Feb. 12
Feb. 14
Feb. 16
....do...
Feb. 14


$100.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Feb. 15.
100.00 Do.
60.00 Do.

60.00 Do..

100.00 Appointed on Isthmus (vice
J. M. Raeder, resigned).

75.00 Appointed on Isthmus (vice
Albert Mothersill, re-
signed).


p. a. 1,800.00


p.m. 100.00

p.a. 1,800.00

p.a. 1,650.00

p.m. 100.00

p.m. 100.00

p.m. 75.00

p.a. 1,500.00




p.m. 40.00
p.m. 40.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 45.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 72.00
p.m. 120.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00


From interne, at $1,200.


From Culebra Hospital.

From health office,Colon.

From executive office (tem-
porarily).
From Ancon Hospital.

From Miraflores Hospital.

From Ancon Hospital.

To department of construc-
tion and engineering.



Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.







62 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.:

Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation,jfori
ending February 17, 1906-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued. "


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


SILVER ROLL-COnt'd.

Appointments-Con.
1906.
Sasnett, Hubert....... Third cook........... Feb. 13 p.m. $40.00 Colon HospitaL
Tate, Edward......... Scullion..................do... p.m. 30.00 Do.
Watson, Reginald............do............... Feb. 16 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Wisdom, Leonora.-... Wardmaid ........... Feb. 12 p.m. 24.00 Do.
Van Horn, Herbert.... Orderly.............. Feb. 16 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Fanilla, Fernando..... Subforeman.......... Feb. 15 p.m. 75.00 Chief sanitary officer, 1Ibr-
ratory.
Johnson, William..... Orderly.............. Feb. 12 p.m. 30.00 Miraflores Hospital.
Gammon. Herbert ..........do............... Feb. 16 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Callender, David.............do ...................do... p.m. 30.00 Do.
Burke, Nathaniel...... Attendant............ Feb. 13 p.m. 50.00 Do.
Reyna, Armando...... Foreman............. Feb. 17 p.m. 100.00 I Health office, Panama.
Ricaurte, Rafael....... Subforeman.......... Feb. 12 p.m. 75.00 Do.
Promotions.

Ford, Edwin......... Attendant, A neon Feb. 16 p.m. 50.00 From orderly, at 40.
Hospital.
Dawson, William...........do............ .....do... p.m. 50.00 Do.
Madden, James....... Oderly, Ancon Hos- ....do... p.m. 40.00 From orderly, at $30.
pital.
Bailey, Samuel....... .....do............... .... do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Davidson, Edgar...... ....do................... do ... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Bailey, Henry......... Second cook, Colon Feb. 1 p.m. 80.00 Increased from $70.
Hospital.
Asher, Samuel......... Subforeman, health Feb. 16 p.m. 75.00 From laborer.
office, Colon.
Kamtad....................do.....................do... p.m. 75.00 Do.


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.
Appointments.

Thomas, Miss Meta... School-teacher........ Feb. 12 p.m. $50.00 Appointed on Isthmus.
MacNeill, W. W....... Land agent........... Feb. 14 p.a. 1,200.00 Appointed on Isthmus (vice
Howard P. Yetter, die
missed).


POLICE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

A appointment.
Foley, Hamilton...... Actingsecond lieuten- Feb. 8 p.a.$1,400.00 Appointed in United Stats;
ant. reported for duty Feb. 15.
Enlistments.

Bent, James........... Probationary private. Feb. 15 p.m. 26.67 Appointed on Isthmus.
Guest, 8. A.................do............. ....do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Hay, A. W.................do............... ....do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Martin, A. O..............do...................do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Ricketts, W. A............do............... ....do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Promotions.

Schuetz, J. B......... Corporal.............. Feb. 15 p.m. 80.00 From frst-class private, At
$75.
Bonaparte, F. H...... Second-class private.. Feb. 16 p.m. 40.00 From probationary pdaai%2
at 526.67.
Douglas, J. E............do ......................do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Grant, S. J.................. do.................do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Johnson, A. A.............do...................do... p.m. 40.00 Do-
Lascelles. E. L.............do................ ...do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Lopez, J. M.................do................ ....do... pm. 4000 D.
Robinson, David........ ...... ....... ...:::l. ..do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Thompson, A. U...........do................ ....do .. p.m. 40.00 BNO. .
............. ,.


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MINUTES: OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 63


pAppointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for week
ending February 24, 1906.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.

Promotion.
1906.
Daal, J. W. Th........ Clerk................. Feb. 1 p.a.S1,200.00 From clerk, at t1,000.

Transfer.

Payne, Harry M....... Clerk................. Feb. 19 p.a. 1,500.00 To chief sanitary officer.


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Goodner, Edgar W....
Hobbin, Wm. Ramsay.

Hurst, Dr. Ira.........

Harvey, Frank J.......

MeGuigan, J. J.......



Promotions.

Evans, Dr. Joseph G...


Smith, E. A............


Transfers.

Gossin, Charles S......
Do.................

Krom, Louisa M.......

Shimer, Ira A., U. S.
Army.

Payne, Harry M.......

Threlkeld, Geo. W.....

Sweeton, Gertrude ....

Connor, Dr. M. E......

Van Dusen, Herman T.

S SILVER ROLLS.

Appointments.

King, Daniel...........
Miller, Felix............
Sibblies, Walter.......
Antoine, Charles.......
* Skyers, Emma..........

Burgess, Alice........
Henriguez, Estella.....
Bellina, Julio E........
t' Alvarez, Francisco.....
S.-:MoKay, George........
C Ohavarriaga.Baldermo.
i Palomares, Eustasio..
t' oneseine, Paul........

ALag,A..............
. i ,I __


Clerk, chief sanitary
office.
Interne, Culebra Hos-
pital.
Nurse, Las Cascadas
Dispensary.
Stenographer........





Physician. Ancon
Hospital.

Sanitary Inspector,
health office, Pana-
ma.



Nurse, Empire Dis-
pensary.
Nurse, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Executive officer,
chief sanitary officer

Clerk, chief sanitary
office.
Nurge, Paraiso Dis-
pensary.
Nurse, Taboga Sani-
tarium.
Physician, health
office, Colon.
Clerk, health office,
Colon.



Orderly..............
....do...............
.....do..... ..........
.....do...............
Wardmaid...........

.....do................
.....do................
W aiter...............
.....do...............
.....do................
.....do...............
Scullion..............
.....do...............

LaUndryman.........


Jan. 11

Feb. 14

....do...

Jan. 23





Feb. 16


Feb. 14




Feb. 22

Feb. 23

Feb. 17


Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.


Feb. 19
....do...
....do...
....do...
Feb. 18

Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 24
....do...
....dp ...
Feb. 21
Feb. 18
Feb. 23

Feb. 19


p.m. '100.00

p.m. 100.00

p.m. 60.00

p.m. 125.00





p.a. 1,800.00


125.00


p.m. 75.00

p.m. 75.00

p.a. 2,200.00


p.a. 1,500.00

p.m. 60.00

p.m. 75.00

p.a. 2,400.00

p.a. 1,500.00


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.


30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00

24.00
24.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
30.00
40.00

60.00


See corrections.
Temporary appoint ment
made permanent.
Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Feb. 21.
Do.

Temporary appointment
made permanent*per let-
ter of assistant chief, office
of administration, dated
Feb. 19, 1906.


From Interne, at 51,200 (on
temporary duty at Colon
quarantine).
Increased from 5100.



See corrections.
From Miraflores Hospital.

From Taboga Sanitarium.

From physician at Ancon
Hospital (U. S. Army pay
plus 50 per cent).
From executive office.

From Miraflores Hospital.

From Ancon Hospital.

From quarantine Panama
(temporary).
From department of con-
struction and engineering.



Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Ancon Hospital (discharged
Feb. 20).
Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Ancon Hospital (discharged
Feb. 24).
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64 MINUTE OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and SanitafSiea
ending February 24, 1906-Continued.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.

Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks."
... *""


SILVER ROLLS-cont'd.

Appointments-Con.

Cadet, Pierre. ........
Parra, Jose...........
Broadbell, Joseph .....
Essons, Mary ........
Laidley, Isabel.........
Arguelles, Simona....
Arthur, Henry........
Hunter, Alfred......
Isaacs, Caroline........
Martin, Samuel........
Parks, George........
Sparks, Zacariah......
Mejia, Carlos..........
Donaldson, Cornelius..
Smith, Archer........
Rose, kred............
Logan, Robert........
Loaiza, Vicente........
Davies, Thomas N.....
Dieguez, Aurelio......
De Leon, Diego M.....
Lamsden, David.......
Neckles, Richard.......

Promotion.

Lowe, Daniel........


Laundryman.........
.....do...............
.....do.............
Laundress: ...........
.....do...............
.....do...............
Scullion ............
Orderly..............
Seamstress........
Orderly...............
.....do..............
.....do...............
Waiter .............
.....do...............
Orderly..............
Subforeman..........
.....do...............
.....do...............
.....do................
Foreman............
Subforeman.........
Carpenter...........
.....do...............


Attendant, A n c o n
Hospital.


1906.
Feb. 19 p.m.
....do... p.m.
....do... p.m.
....do... p.m.
Feb. 20 p.m.
....do... p.m.
....do... p.m.
Feb. 23 p.m.
Feb. 19 p.m.
Feb. 18 p.m.
Feb. 22 p.m.
Feb. 23 p.m.
Feb. 19 p.m.
Feb. 21 p.m.
Feb. 23 p.m.
Feb. 16 p.m.
....do... p.m.
Feb. 19 p.m.
Feb. 17 p.m.
Feb. 19 p.m.
....do... p.m.
Feb. 23 p.h.
....do... p.h.


Feb. 20 p.m.


360.00
60.00
60.00
30.00
30.00
35.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
40.00
40.00
30.00
75.00
75.00
75.00
75.00
100.00
75.00
.32
.32


50.00


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do. ::
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital. ..
Do.
Do.
DC o. .. ...... "i
Do.
Do.
Do.
Panama quarantine.
Colon quarantine.
Mirafores Hospital. '
Chief sanitary mspeotor
Do.
Do. r:;i
Health office, Panama. 4",
Do.

Do.


From orderly, at 140.


*r,:
-0M


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments. &

O'Connor, Florence N School-teacher........ Feb. 8 p.m. 560.00 Appointedin United Btat s,
reported for duty Feb'. .'
O'Connor, Mary....... .....do................ ....do... p.m. 50.00 Do. .
Bowdry, Mrs. James... .... do................ Feb. 19 p.m. 50.00 Appointed on Isthmus.:

POLICE DEPARTMENT.

GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Braughall, M. J........ First-class private.... Feb. 14 p.m. 375.00 Appointed in United Btstg -
reported for duty Eei0>;3lLK:
Conway, M. J.............do...................do... p.m. 75.00 o.

Enlistment. ',

Skinner, Geo. H ....... Probationary first- Feb. 23 p.m. 50.00 Appointed on lthms.,
class private.
Promotion.

Robertson, Wmn. T.... Clerk.............. Feb. 2 p.a. 1,200.00 Increased from 81,000. ..

Reduction. .

Murdoch, Andrew..... Corporal............. Feb. 16 p.m. 80.00 From second-damss itgsit
at $81.33.
_________________. ...__ ....__ __ .


CORRECTIONS.

Goodner, Edgar W., stenographer, chief sanitary officer, shown on report for week ending Ja
1906, as appointed "Clerk" on Isthmus, tefnporarily, vice Howard E. Hall, resigned
read: Appointed "Stenographer." Also, temporary appointment has been mand pen
per letter of assistant chief, office of administration, dated February 13, 1900, effective da
appointment, January 22, 1906.
Gossin, Charles ,nurse, Empire Hospital. Shown on report for week ending February 17, as 'Ti
erred to Ancon Hospital February 16 from Miraflores Hospital." Ths trazsfer r vok


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 65


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for week
ending March 3. 1906.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.
SAppointments.

Arias, John B........ Foreman fire depart- Feb. 28 p.m. $50.00 Appointed on Isthmus.
ment.
Murphy, Richard G... Clerk................. Mar. 2 p.m. 100.00 Appointed on Isthmus (for
30 days).


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

S A ppointment.

Grana, Ramon........

Promotions.

HBobbin Wm. Ramsay.

neMsgrave, Wm. 8.....

'Rosenbaum, A. L.....
Haines, A. L..........

M itchBl, E. W.........

Transfers.

-utney, Dr. George H..

.oKenzie, R. Clan....


Mutze, Frederick.....

:loe*y, T. D..........

,Andrews, Dr. Chas. G..

'Bell, Florence........

SILVER BOLLS.

Appointments.

Bailey, Theophilus....
:Manley, Edward...... .
Chevorey, Julio.......
oalus, Marin...........
:Broomfield, Hubert...
Collins, Joseph........
Hudson, Ernest.......
:Alexander, St. Mark....
Burke, Annie.........
'Gonzales, Manuel.....
Lopez, Antonio.......
iEdwards. Cornelius .. .
:Morgan. William......
':pezo, Benito .........
IHolder, Joseph........

Fainmes, Thomas.......
:Josepb John..........
'avanaugh Alfred....
r~o~, Albert .....
Pinder, Geo.......... .
a %jonn, Andrew-.....
om t ---.---

Santiago ........
!a o --*-----
Jose M......
welt, ewton L...
o.n, Theesophite...
lalane, Robert....
I 84A-0S-5


Engineer launch Pe-
tite Louise, direct-
or of hospitals office.


Clerk, chief sanitary
office.
Nurse, chief sanitary
office laboratory.
....do................
Physician, Culebra
Hospital.
Sanitary inspector,
chief sanitary in-
spector.

Interne, Colon Fiospi-
tal.
Sanitary foreman,
chief sanitary office,
property division.
Nurse, Culebra Hospi-
tal.
Physician, Empire
Hospital.


Mar. 1 p.m. $75.00



Mar. 1 I p.m. 125.00

....do... p.m. 75.00

....do... p.m. 75.00
....do.. p.a. 3,000.00

....do...1 p.m. 125.00



Mar. 1 p.m. 100.00

....do...! p.m. 100.00
I
I
...do... p.m. 60.00

....do... p.m. 150.00


Physician, Miraflores ....do...
Hospital.
Nurse, Taboga Bani- Mar. 3
tarium.



Orderly............. Feb. 26
....do................ Feb. 28
Scullion.............. Feb. 26
Laundress.......... Feb. 27
Orderly............. Mar. 1
....do ................... do ...
....do................... do ...
....do ................ ....do ...
Wardmaid............ Mar. 3
Waiter............... Mar. 1
Scullion.............. Mar. 2
.... do............... ....do...
Messenger........ ..... do.. -
Laundryman......... Mar. 1
Scullion ........... .... do...

Orderly..................do...
Scullion.............. Mar. 3
Waiter ............ .... do...
Scullion..-.........- Feb. 27
...do.............. Mar. 1
Cook....................do...
Attendant............ .. do ...
Launchman.......... Feb. 27
Cook ................. Mar. 1
Orderly.............. ....do...
....do................ ....do ...
Third.qqoqk ....,..... Feb. 28


p.m. 150.00

p.m. 75.00


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


30.00
30.00
40.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
3000
24.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
21.00
80.00
30.00

30.00
30.00
40.00
30.00
30.00
60.00
80.00
100.00
20.00
30.00
30.00
40.00


On Isthmus (vice Luis Bus-
to, discharged).


Increased from $100.

Increased from $60.

Do.
Increased from $2.400.

Increased from $100.



From Miraflores Hospital.

From health office, Panama.


From Miraflords Hospital.

From Paraiso Dispensary.

From Gorgona Hospital.

From Ancon Hf spital.




Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital (discharged
Mar. 1).
Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Panama quarantine.
Bas Obispo Dispensary.
Colon quarantine.
Las Cascadas Dispensary
Miraflores Hospital.
Do.
Do.


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66 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Departmnt of Governmen and Banit&iion,
ending March 8, 1906-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name. Position. Effective.


SILVER ROLLS--Cont'd.

Appointments-Con.

McEwan, James.......
Harrison, John........
Harris, Cleveland.....
Mathews, Alexander..
Lasso, Eladio........
Salcedo, Francisco....
Steadwick, Stephen...
Ricketts, James.......
Taverner, Robert....
Barrett, John.........
Samuels, Thomas.....

Promotions.

Seale, Benjamin......

Grifiths, William ....
Lewis, Joseph.........
Adams. David.......

Callendar, Geo.......

Crooks, Nathanicl....

Nurse, James.........

Smith, Sydney.......

Watson, Wm.........

Williams, Joseph......
Lord, Benjamin.......

Ricaurte, Rafael......

Killingbeck, Norman..

Wharpe, William......


Subforeman..........
.....do..............
.....do...............
.....do...............
Foreman ...........
Subforeman..........
Carpenter ..........
.....do...............
.....do...............
.....do..............
.....do.. .............



Orderly, Ancon Hos-
pital.
.....do................
.....do...............
Waiter, Colon Hospi-
tal.
Assistantcook, Colon
Hospital.
Attendant, Colon
Hospital.
Stableman, Colon
Hospital.
Assistant cook, Colon
Hospital.
Attendant, Colon
Hospital.
.....do................
Attendant, Miraflores
Hospital.
Foreman, health of-
ice, Panama.
Subforeman, health
office, Colon.
Engineer, health of-
fice, Colon.


1906.
Mar. 1
.... do...
....do ...
.... do...
Mar. 3
Mar. 1
Feb. 26
....do...
Mar. 1
....do...
....do...



Mar. 1

....do...
....do...
....do...

....do...

....do...

....do...

....do...

.... do ..

....do...
....do ...

....do...

.... do...

.... do...


Rate of pay.


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.h.
p.h.
p.h.
p.h.
p.h.



p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.
p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.h.


$75.00
75.00
75.00
75.00
100.00
75.00
.32
.32
.40
.40
.32



40.00

40.00
40.00
40.00

50.00

40.00

50.00

50.00

40.00

50.00
50.00

100.00

75.00

.40


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Coombs, A. G.........
Carey, Mrs. Ocean D..

Promotion.

Quijano, Julio.........

SILVER ROLLS.

Appointment.

Hosten, Algernon Fitz-
gerald.


School-teacher........
.....do...............



Bookkeeper .........


Messenger ............


Feb. 26
....do...



Mar. 1





Mar. 1


p.m. S50.00
p.m. 50.00



p.a. 1,500.00


40.00


Remarks.


I S


Chief sanitary Infpeetoriq.. l
Do.
Do.
Do.
Health office, Panama
Do..
Health office, Colon. *"

Do.
Do. ."t
Do.
Do.



From orderly, at $30. .:

Do.
Do. '" ::
Increased from 35.

Increased from 40. .

From orderly, atSBO.

From S45. .

From scullion, at 30. "

From orderly, at m0. L

Increased from 40.
From orderly, at $30.

From subloreman, at$T':!

From laborer, at 26 ce.bt .
per hour.
Increased from 26 cmit fer.
hour.









Appointed on Isthmus.
Do.



From clerk, at 31,200.





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Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation,for week
|; ending March 3, 1906-Continued.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.


Name.


GOLD ROLLS.
Enlistments.

Harrison, S. T........
Ricketts, F. S.........

Promotions.


Position.


Probationary private.
.....do................


Effective.


1906.
Mar. I
....do ...


Wickett, Leonard J... Second-class sergeant. Mar. 1
Brown, Chas........... Second-class private.. ....do ...


French, Patrick ....... .....do................
:McKitly, W. A........!.....do..............
MoLeary, W. M..........do................
Munroe, J. A........... do................
I'_________________


Rate of pay.


p.m. $26.67
p.m. 26.67


p.a. 1,000.00
p.m. 40.00
m. 40.00
p.m. 40.00
p.m. 40.00
p.m. 40.00
p.m. 40.00


Remarks.


Appointed on Isthmus.
Do.


From corporal, at 8960.
From probationary private,
at 126.67.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for week
ending March 10, 1906.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointment.
1906.
OBorg, Charles T....... Assistant fire chief... Mar. 3 p.m. $125.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Mar. 10.


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.
A.------------------'"--------------------------------------


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.
Biadia, Feliz.........


Fireman, director of
hospital office.


Klein, Martin M....... Dispenser, Culebra
Hospital.
Promotion.


tLeathley, Thomas A..

Transfers.

Blake, Alien H........

Richardson, G. 0....

SILVER ROLLS.
S Appointments.

Marshall, Samuel......
rMoore, George.........
Morris, Ebenezer......
Belford, Catherine....
A'ience, Thomas.......
'bbs, D. A...........
Qordon, Gqp. 8........
eketts, Thomas A...
ilson, Henry M......
oflinu, Henry ........
,James........
William ........
t Enest.......




LA


Sanitary inspector,
chief sanitary in-
spector.

Physician, La Boca
Dispensary.
Sanitary inspector,
health officer, Pan-
ama.



Orderly...............
.....do...............
.....do.............
Wardmaid...........
Messenger...........
Watchman..........
.....do...............
.....do...............
.....do...............
Gatekeeper........
Orderly.............
Scullion..............
Orderly..............


Mar. 1


p.m. S35.00


Mar. 5 p.m.


Mar. 6


p.m.


60.00


100.00


Mar. 4 p.m. 150.00

Mar. 9 p.m. 125.00


Mar. 6
....do...
Mar. 7
Mar. 9
Mar. 6
Mar. 5
Mar. 7
Mar. 9
....do...
Mar. 10
Mar. 6
Mar. 7
Mar. 6


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m..


30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
21.00
72.00
72.00
72.00
72.00
40.00
30.00
30.00
30.00


Appointed on Isthmus (vice
Jose Galindo Rizo, re-
signed).
Appointed on Isthmus.


From foreman, at $75.



From Colon Hospital.

From chief sanitary inspec-
tor.




Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.


....do ...
....do...
....do...
....do...







MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation,$j
ending March 10, 1906-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.

Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


SILVER ROLLS--COnt'd.

A ppointments-Con.

Parkinson, Cornelius..
Rankin, Walter.......
Heming, A. L.........
McMillan, Wm. M.....
de Arrogla, Tomasa B.
Lyons, Gilbert........
Pinedo, Francisco.....
Sandobal, Augustine..
Lyon, Alfred..........
Mendez, Horacio .....
Crawford, Wm........
Finlay, David.......
Lawson, Charles.....

Promotions.

Kelso, John...........

Reid, Richard.........

Watson, Reginald.....

White. Conrad........


Scullion.............
Orderly.............
.....do................
.....do................
Laundress............
Orderly..............
.....do................
.....do ..............
Subforem an..........
Foreman.............
Scavenger............
Carpenter............
.....do................



Waiter, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Watchman, Ancon
Hospital.
Assistant cook. Colon
Hospital.
Attendant, Miraflores
Hospital.


1906.
Mar. 4
Mar. 9
Mar. 1
Mar. 7
....do...
Mar. 4
Mar. 6
Mar. 9
Mar. 8
Mar. 12
Mar. 7
Mar. 9
Mar. 10


Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.h.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.h.
p.h.



p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p. m


$30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
.20
30.00
30.00
30.00
75.00
100.00
64.00
.32
32



40.00

90.00

40.00

50.00


Culebra Hospital.
Miraflores Hospital.
Taboga Sanitarium. 2
Do.
Do.
Do.
Health office, Pantama ,:
Do.

Do.
Do.


From orderly, at S0. .

From watchman, at $72.. .

From orderly, at 3D0. .

Do.

'* *'.** I


School-teacher.......
.....do................
.....do ................
....do................
.....do................

.....do .............


Mar. 1
Mar. 5
....do...
....do...
Mar. 1

....do ...


.....do....................do...
.....do.. ............. ....do ...

.....do ............... ...do ...

.....do................... do...
..... do................ ... do...


p.m
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p. M.
p. M..


a 80.00
a80.00
S80.00
a 80.00
a 80.00

S80.00

a 80.00
S80.00


a 80.00
a80.00


POLICE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

A appointments.

White, Frank D.......

Engrsser, Conrad.....

Hamilton, James E...

Enlistments.

Hylton, L. 0.........
Parkinson, J. B.......

Promotions.

Ross, Stanley S., U. 8.
Army.
King, A. C............


First-class private....

.....do...............

.....do...............


Feb. 26

Mar. 3

....do...


p.m.

p.m.

p.m.


Prolationary private. Mar. 5 p.m.
Second-class private.. Mar. 6 p.m.


First lieutenant, po-
lice department.
Corporal ...........


Mar.

Mar.


a Per school year of nine months.


$75.00

75.00

75.00


26.67
40.00


Appointed on Isthnmus. .
Do. :
Do.
Do.
Canceling appotnd1in2 ;o:::
Feb. 19, 1906.
Canceling appointmentsl. .i.I
Feb. 26, 1906. '
Do. "
Canceling appointme.fti
Jan. 2, 1906. k
Canceling appointmnf W!i:l4
Feb. 8, 1906. I'::
Do. .
Canceling appointuJEnJt
Feb. 12, 1906. :








Appointed in UnitiedSt^
reported for duty M :s.
Appointed in Unit
reported.for duty Ma ii
Do. I



Appointed on Jtbapp..
Appointed on lottbuli
enlistment). .


5 p.a.l,540.00 From secondllteus
lice department.
9 p.m. 80.00 From flrt-class p4

b tT. B. Ary pay plus 50& peh *i


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Mulcare, John T.......
Cespedes, Maria.......
Ramirez, Helena T....
Osorio, Emmeline.....
Bowdry, Mrs. James..

Carey, Mrs. Ocean D..

Coombs, A. G........
Kyte, Emily.........

O'Connor, Florence N.

O'Connor, Mary.......
Thomas, Meta........


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Sppointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanilation,for week
ending March 10, 1906-Continued.

POLICE DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS-CDnt'd.

Relieved from duty.

Angel, Laurance, U. S.
Army.


First lieutenant, po-
lice department.


1906.
Mar. 5


p. a.a1,500.00


Relieved from duty with
I. C. C. in compliance with
paragraph 10, special or-
der No. 33, War Depart-
ment, dated Washington,
D. C., Feb. 7, 1906.


a U. S. Army pay plus 50 percent.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for week
ending March 17, 1906.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointment.
1906.
Robertson, Alfred..... Clerk................. Mar. 11 p.m. $150.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Mar. 17.


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


Nur e, Miraflores
Hospital.
Head nurse; Santo
Tomas Hospital.
Nurse, Santo Tomas
Hospital.
.....do..............

Clerk, health office,
Panama.


Mar. 11

....do ...

....do...

....do...

Mar. 16


p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.


S:Raeder, John M............do .................do-... p.m.
Vallarino, Henry...........do................ ....do'..- p.m.


Promotions.

MeArdle, Ellen C......

Mooney, Virginia......

tiggins, Montgom-
ery E.

Transfers.
MLattt, Minnie Mae....

i|robt,W. .......

igherty, Sara A...
Joh........

SJeph G......

i Albert M....


Nurse, Ancon Hospi-
tal.
Nurse, Colon Hospi-
tal.
Physician, Culebra
Hospital.


Nurse, Anoon Hospi-
tal.
Carpenter, An con
Hospital.
Nurse, Colon Hospi-
tal.
Assistant superin-
tendent of laundry,
Colon Hospital.
Physecian, Colon
Hospital.
Nurse, Colon quaran-
tine.


Mar. 16

....do...

....do...


Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.


....do...

Mar. 12


$60.00

100.00

50.00

50.00

75.00

75.00
75.00


p.m. 75.00

p.m. 75.00

p.m. 150.00



p.m. 75.00

p.h. .56

p.m. 75.00

p.m. 100.00

p.m. 150.00

p.m. 75.00


Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Mar. 17.
Do.

Do.

Do.

Appointed on Isthmus (for
30 days taking census of
Panama).
Do.
Do.


Increased from $60.00.

Do.

From interne, at 8100.



From Colon Hnspital.

From department of build-
ing const ruction.
From Ancon Hospital.

Do.

From Colon quarantine.

From %talth office, Colon
(temporary).


S OLD ROLLS.

A:. ppoutments.

Doyle, John...........
.ones, Sister Raphael..

a.awler, Sister Martha.
aEvoy, Sister Mary
k ArJoseph. ...
. aker, Alfred...........





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70 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation,or '0.
ending March 17, 1906--Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS---cDt'd.

Transfers-Cont'd.

Connor, Dr. M. E .....

Andrews, Chas. G.....

Barton, Fred R......

Hale, Dr. D. J.....:...

Blake, Alien H........

Malia, John T.........

Musgrave, W\m. S......

Coolidge, Dr. Sumner .

SILVER ROLLS.

Appointments.

Rivera, Raul.........
Lacaze, Juan.........
Hartley, Lillian......
Silva, Victoria.........
Escala, Heliodora.....
Bart, Rachael.........
Briggs, Warren ........
Brissette, J. James....
Callender, Irving......
Harrison, Euphonia...
Lewis, George.........
McBurnie, Von........
Wilkinson, Henry.....
Williams, Eva.........
De Kock, Henry Wede-
lin.
Donaldson, Joseph....
Benchman, David.....
Parkinson, James....
Bowyer, Felix.........
Wilson, Maria..........
Harrison, William.....
Cotla, George.........
Batson, John.........
Lewis, Henry J........
Mendez, Horacio......
Crawford, Reginald...

Promotions.

Bryan, John M........

Markland, James......

Arguelles, Cristobal...

Bailey, Henry.......

Mejia, Carlos..........

Dew, Charles..........

Lyons, Gilbert........

McMillan, Thomas....

Murray, Alexander ....


Physician, Colon
quarantine.
Physician, Culebra
Hospital.
Physician, La Boca
Dispensary.
Physician, La Casca-
das Dispensary.
Physician, Miratlores
Hospital.
Clerk, health office,
Panama.
Nurse, health office,
Colon.
Physician, health of-
fice, Colon.



Waiter..............
Scullion...............
Laundress..........
.....do ...............
.....do................
Chambermaid ........
Scullion...............
.....do......... ........
Orderly.............
Wardmaid ...........
Orderly.............
Scullion............
Orderly.............
Wardmaid ...........
Watchman..........

Cook's helper........
Watchman .........
Attendant.. ........
Orderly.............
Laundress...........
Scullion .............
Third cook.........
Subforeman........
Foreman.........
.....do...............
Carpenter...........


Attendant, Ancon
Hospital.
Orderly, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Waiter, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Assistant cook, Co-
lon Hospital.
Watchman, Panama
quarantine.
Attendant, Miraflores
Hospital.
Cook, Taboga Sanita-
rium.
Subforeman, health
office, Colon.
.....do. ..........


1906.
Mar. 17

Mar. 16

....do...

....do...

....do...

....do...

Mar. 12

Mar. 17




Mar. 14
Mar. 13
Mar. 12
Mar. 13
....do...
Mar. 16
Mar. 14
Mar. 13
Mar. 17
Mar. 12
Mar. 17
Mar. 14
Mar. 17
Mar. 12
Mar. 16

....do ...
....do...
Mar. 17
...do...
Mar. 16
Mar. 13
Mar. 16
....do...
Mar. 14
Mar. 12
Mar. 16


Mar. 16

...-do...

....do...

Mar. 1

Mar. 16

....do...

Mar. 1]

Mar. 16

Mar. 13


p.a.2, 400.00

p.a. 1,800.00

p.a. 1,800.00

p. a. 1,800.00

p.m. 150.00

p.m. 125.00

p.m. 75.00

p.a. 2,400.00


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p. m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.h.


p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.


40.00
40.00
30.00
3500
35.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
50.00

40.00
40.00
50.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
40.00
75.00
100.00
100.00
.32


50.00

40.00

40.00

100.00

50.00

50.00

100.00

75.00

75.00


From health office, Colo.:;

From Miraflores HospitaL

From Las Cascadae Dispen-
sary.
From Culebra Hospital.

From La Boca Dispenaar

From chief sanitary offi
(property division).
From board of health la)- :
ratory (temporary).
From Colon HospitaL




Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do. .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon quarantine.

Do.
Do.
Empire Hospital.
Do.
Gorgona Hospital.
Mirafores Hospital.
Do.
Chief sanitary officer.
Health office, Panama.
Do.
Health office, Colon.


From orderly, at 140.

Increased from 30.

From scullion, at$40.

Increased from 3S0.

From waiter, at UO.

From second cook, at 14 .

From orderly, at I30.

From laborer.

Do.





'.. ""







MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for week
ending March 17, 1906-Continued.

REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.
A Appointments.
1906.
Fechtig, Alexander C. Storekeeper......... Mar. 11 p.m. 5100.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Mar. 17.
Clarke, Eleazer........ School-teacher........ Mar. 12 p.m. a80.00 Appointed on Isthmus.
SILVER ROLLS.
Appointment.
Brown, Leonard....... J a nito r, Cristobal Mar. 10 p.m. 60.00 Appointed on Isthmus.
post-office.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.
A ppointment.

Arden, J. W.......... First-class private.... Feb. 17 p.m. 575.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Mar. 14.
Enlistments.

Gooding, J. T......... Probationary private. Mar. 16 p.m. 26.67 Appointed on Isthmus.
SGordon, John..............do ...................do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Hypolite, E. T.............do.................. do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Balmon, E. A.......... ...do...................do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Salmon, Robert............do...................do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Promotions.
Cloyd, S. 0............ Second-class sergeant. Mar. 16 p.a. 1,000.00 From corporal, at $960.
Guest, S. A........... Second-class private.. ....do ... p.m. 40.00 From probationary private,
at $26.67.
SHay, A. W.................do...................do ... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Martin, A. 0.......... .....do.....................do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Ricketts,W. A........ .....do................ ..do.. p.m. 40.00 Do.

a Per school year of nine months.

Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation,for week
ending March 24, 1906.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.
Appointments.

Rejas, Jose...........

Pruna, Antonio......
n Tnsfers.

Chatfield, Mary A.....
Ballantine, Margaret I.
i Smith, Harry..........












K iii .: : ..: ... :^ *::.-


Sailor, "Petite Lou-
ise," director of hos-
pital office.
Clerk, health office,
Panama.

Stenographer, Colon
Hospital.
Nurse, Colon Hospital
Nurse, La Boca Dis-
pensary.


1906.
Mar. 21


p.m. S30.00


.do... p.m.


Mar. 23
Mar. 24
Mar. 19


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


75.00


100.00
60.00
60.00


On Isthmus (vice Miguel
Nemecio Reyna, dis-
charged).
On Isthmus (for 30 days
taking census of Panama).

To department of construc-
tion and engineering.
From Taboga Sanitarium.
From Miraflores Hospital.







72 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTE.

Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and 8an itiiO i
ending March 94, 1906--Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.

Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remark,

SILVER ROLLS.
A appointments.
1906.
Palmer, Thomas...... Cook ................ Mar. 16 p.m. $60.00 Ancon Hospital. ;.
Josephs, Samuel....... Orderly.............. Mar. 23 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Williams, Rufus....... ....do................ Mar. 24 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Barton, Timothy.. .....do................ ....do... p.m. 30.00 Do.
Moore, Ursilina........ Wardmaid...............do... p.m. 24.00 Do..
Cienfuegos, Jose....... Scullion ............... ....do... p.m. 40.00 Do. "
Hall, Emeline......... Laundress..............do... p.m. 35.00 Do. ...
Boyce, Joseph L....... Scullion............... Mar. 21 p.m. 30.00 Colon Hospital .
Cousins, Thomas............do................ Mar. 22 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Daniels, Sinclair...... Orderly..................do... p.m. 30.00 Do. ....
Pile, George........... .....do................ Mar. 19 p.m. 30.00 Do.i:
Pollard, Edwin........ .....do............... Mar. 22 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Pringle, David........ Scullion ................do... p. m. 30.00 Do. ,ii::
Turner, Catherine..... Ward maid........... Mar. 20 p.m. 24.00 Do.
Williams, Ernest...... Orderly.............. Mar. 16 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Baptist, Joseph...... Carpenter ............ Mar. 21 p.h. .32 Health office, Colon. ,;:ii
Lampley, Albert...........do ...............do... p.h. .32 Do.
Drayton, Luther...... .....do............... ....do... p.h. .32 Do.
Morriston, Isiah ...... ......do............... .... do.. p.. .32 Do.
Lindo, Fred................do...................do... p.h. .32 Do. .. "'
Thomas, Joseph............do....................do... p.h. .32 Do.
Morris, Charles...........do................. .. do ... p. h. .32 Do.
Williams, George......... do................ ....do... p.h. .32 Do.
Brakenridge, Samuel.. .....do............... Mar. 22 p.h. .32 Do. :
Promotions. u
Markland, James...... Attendant A n con Mar. 22 p.m. 50.00 From orderly, at dD4..,: :iirH
Hospital.
Tristrain, Sofia........ Laundress, Ancon Mar. 24 p.m. 45.00 Increased from 30. .
Hospital.
Escola, Heliodora..... .....do...................do... p.m. 45.00 Do.
McKenzie, Joseph..... Attendant, Colon Mar. 1 p.m. 50.00 From attendant, atti lri
Hospital. :


POLICE DEPARTMENT. :

GOLD ROLLS. .
Appointments. *
Holden, V. A.......... First-class private.... Feb. 25 p.m. $75.00 Appointed in Untt d Stad i.
reported for duty Mar w.WI.L
Lindamood,Charles H. .....do............... Mar. 15 p.m. 75.00 Do. :
Enlistments.
Brock, A. W........... Probationary first- Mar. 20 p.m. 80.00 Appointed on Isthmus. "'
class private.
Horsley, R. 8..............do....................do... p.m. 50.00 Do.
Corbin, Casper........ Second-class private. Mar. 23 p.m. 40.00 Do.


Appontments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitf ion, fl4 r
ending March 81, 1906. t

HEALTH DEPARTMENT. ".;::

Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks. s:
I----------- -- --. :_. -,


GOLD ROLLS.
Appointments. '
190M.
Halley, Albert R...... Interne, Ancon Hoe- Mar. 24 p.m. 100.00 Appointedin Unitd. te
pital. reported for duty .i
Gibson, Dr. Wm. C.... Interne, Colon Hoe- Mar. 20 p.m. 100.00 Apponted In United
pital. reported for duty M :

5."
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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 73


Apointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Gqvernment and Sanitation,for uwek
ending March 31, 1906-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name.


GOLD ROLLS-cont'd.

Appoinlments-Con.

Brady, Clyde..........

'Speary, Anna.........

:Strunz, Dr. Harry.....

Transfer.

Chatfleld, Mary A....

S SILVER ROLLS.

S Appointments.

: Anderson, Rupert.....
. Brown, Sarah.........
Jones, Eugenia........
Holler, Catherine.....

,'Thomas, Jane.........
i.Atway, Louisa........
Clark, Elijah..........
G..oodison, Ellen.......
SGeorge, Sarah........
k! nart Mabel.........
King, Lewis...........
,Polack, Frederick.....
'aftt, George.........
* la&wise, Paul..........
* Thompson, Charles....
.Verdleu, Jules.........
AMartlnez, Celia........
eoger, Pernando......
Perryman, Harry.....

S Promotions.

i.chards, Philip M....

fromiwell, Newton L..

:;yan, David.......

' amuels, Joseph.......
.Samuels, Henry .......
Saiinga, Arthur.........
, ... .. ...


Position.


Interne, Colon Hos-
pital.
Nurse, Colon Hospi-
tal.
Interne, Santo To-
mas Hospital.


Stenographer, Colon
Hospital.



Orderly..............
Wardmaid...........
....do................
.....do...............

. ...do................
.....do...............
Scullion...............
Laundress..........
.....do...............
.....do................
Scullion..............
Attendant............
Orderly..............
Laundress............
Orderly.............
.....do................
Laundress...........
Foreman.............
Carpenter............



Fireman, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Second cook, Mira-
flores Hospital.
Scavenger, Colon
health office.
.....do..............
.....do...............
Scavenger..........


Effective.


1906.
Mar. 24

....do...

Mar. 20



Mar. 29




Mar. 26
lMar. 25
Mar. 20
....do...

Mar. 29
....do...
Mar. 26
Mar. 27
Mar. 31
Mar. 28
Mar. 25
....do...
Mar. 28
....do...
....do...
Mar. 24
Mar. 26
Mar. 29
Mar. 26


Rate of pay.


p.m.

p.m.

p.m.



p.m.




p. m.
p.m.
p. Im.
p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p. m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.im.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p. m.
p.h.
p.m.
p. h.


Mar. 16 p.m.

Mar. 24 p.m.


Mir. 26

....do...
....do...
Mar. 29


p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


$100.00

60.00

100.00



100.00




'30.00
24.00
24.00
24.00

24.00
24.00
40.00
45.00
45.00
25.00
30.00
40.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
.20
100.00
.50



80.00

40.00

64.00

64.00
'64. 00
64.00


Remarks.


Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Mar. 31.
Do.

Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Mar. 26.


To Division of Material and
Supplies.



Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Ancon Hospital. (Dis-
charged Mar. 27.)
Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Culebra Hospital.
Empire Hospital.
Miraflores Hospital.
Taboga Sanitarium.
Health office, Panama.
Health office, Colon.



From orderly, at 130.

Do.

From laborer.

Do.
Do.
Do.


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD BOLLS.

SAppointments.

Barton, Edward School-teacher........ Mar. 24 p.m.a$80.00 Appointed on Isthmus.
James.
.Simnone, Mary E....... do............. Mar. 26 p.m. a60.00 Do.


POLICE DEPARTMENT.
;4 -'___________________________- -- -


OOLD ROLLS.

A ppoinafmes.
srn, Chaa. E.......


First-lass private....

S .'.


Mar. 3 p.m. 75& 00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Mar. 28.


s : : .'.. f a oPer school year of nine months.


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74 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


11. Thd chairman presented the following lists of appdint

promotions, and other changes in the personnel of the Departmentii

Construction and Engineering for the months of January, Februar

and March, 1906, not heretofore approved by the Executive

mittee, which are hereby approved: "'


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and
ending January 6, 1906.

APPOINTMENTS IN UNITED STATES.


Name.



Byrnes, Henry E......
Burroughs, Jas. L.....


Bare, Reuben........
Bartley, Owen........
Barry, Joseph........


Clardy, Albert B......


Cullen. Chas..........
Carter. Ira J.........
Chandler, Albert R....


Cummings, Jno. J.....


Catlin, Wm. R........



Dixon, Jas...........


Egan, Michael........
Egan, Richard........


Ewing, Jno...........


Faris, Oscar J........


Fish, Wm ............



Giacosa, Paul.........


Grant. Daniel J.......
Gahnat, Frank D....


Gervas, Guiseppi......
Hamacher, Amos.....
Hill, Urban L.........
Hall, John D..........


Hallaban, Patk. A....
Hart, Jno. D..........


Hansen, Axel V. E....
Hansen, Einer K. K...


Harrell, E. M..........
Hoffman, Albert......


Hill, J, F.............


Position.


Carpenter........
.....do............


Painter..........
Drill runner......
Carpenter........


Boilermaker......


Carpenter........
.....do...........
Machinist........


Carpenter........


Machinist........



.....do...........


Drill runner......
.....do...........


Molder...........


Foreman........


Pipefitter ........


.....do............


Rock foreman....
Foreman..........


Bricklayer........
Carpenter........
Painter..........
Track foreman...


Carpenter ........
Molder..........


Carpenter........
.....do...........

.....do...........
Machinist .......


Pipefitter........


Salary.



p.h. $0.56
p.h. .56


p.h. .65
p.m. 125.00
p.h. .56


p.h. .56


p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .65


p.h. .56


p.h. .65


p.h.


p.m.
p.m.

p.h.


p. m.


p. h.



p.h.


p.m.
p.m.

p.b.
p.h.
p.h.
p.m.

p.h.



p.h.
p.h.

p.h.

p. h.
p.h.


.65


125.00
125.00


.65


100.00


.65



.66


125.00
100.00


.35
.56
.65
125.00


.56
.65


.56
.56


.56
.65


.65


Effective.


1905.
Dec. 23
....do...


Dec. 26
....do...
....do...


Dec. 23


....do...
....do...
....do...


....do...


Dec. 9


Dec. 23


Dec. 26
....do...


Dec. 23


....do...


Dec. 26



Dec. 23


Dec. 26
....do...


July 27
Dec. 23
....do...
....do...


Dec. 26
....do...


....do...
....do...


Dec. 23
....do...


....do...


Date of
arrival.

1905.
Dec. 29
....do...

1906.
Jan. 1
....do...
....do...

1905.
Dec. 29


....do...
....do...
....do...


....do...

1906.
Jan. 4


1905.
Dec. 29

1906.
Jan. 1
....do...

1905.
Dec. 29


....do...

1906.
Jan. 1


1905.
Dec. 29

1906.
Jan. 1
....do...

1905.
July 27
Dec. 29
....do ...
....do...

1906.
Jan. 1
....do...


....do...
....do...

1905.
Dec. 29
....do...


....do...


Engineering for
'-ii

a


Assignment,



Master builder.': .
Do.


Do.
Culebra division. :
Master builder.


Superintendent mo
tive power and r a
chinery. j
Master builder.
Do,
Superintendent "i~b-:
tive power and marn
chinery. .
Master builder


Superintendent nIo-
tive power and mat-
chinery.

Do.


Culebra division.
Do.


Superintendent ai-
tave power and m~
chinery.
La Boca division.;


Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.

Do.


Culebra division.
Municipal engineer.


Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Culebra division.


Master builder.
Superintendent
tive power and t
chinery.
Master builder. ii
Do.

Do.
Superintendent I'.
tve power anda si .
chinear.
Do.








MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 75


'e port of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineeringfor week
{ 'ending January 6, 1906-Continued.

APPOINTMENTS IN UNITED STATES-Continued.


Name.



Jeflers, John F........
Jameson, Harry.......


Jenkins, Jas. M........
Jenkins, Wm. J......


Keeling, Jas. R ........


Kangas, Wm ..........
Kristoffersen, Andrew.


Kurutz, Jno. I.......



SLddy, Patrick........


Seller, Robert.........


Mulholland, Andrew...


Mulroy, Jno..........
Morris, David R......
0
Monk, Calvin D.......


SNew, Jas............


Osborne, Thomas.....

O'Sullivan, Patrick....
' Raffles, Harrison......
Rogers, Millard F....


: Ryan, Patrick J.......
Robins, Robert.......

SRussell, Wm. G.......

Really, Jno. J........


I Shanahan, Patrick....


Sells, Angel..........


' Smith, Benj...........
i Smith, Norman H.....


SThiac, Jno............


Watkins, Ralph F....
IWilson, Wm........



SWaxler, sam:.........
.Woodward, Wm......
Wijman, Henry.......
Wantila, David ......
[Bobbin, Will .......


Position.



Painter..........
Locomotive engi-
neer.

Draftsman.......
Carpenter .......


Conductor........


Carpenter........
.....do............


Machinist......



Locomotive engi-
neer.

Pipefitter.........


Molder..........


Drill runner......
Stenographer.....


Foreman.........


Plunmber..........


Steam -shovel
craneman.
Drill runner......
Carpenter ........
Machinist........


..:..do............
Locomotive engi-
neer.
Steam-shovel en-
gineer.
.....do............


Pipefitter.........


Painter..........


Carpenter........
.....do'...........


Pipefitter .......


Carpenter........
Machinist........


Salary.


p.h.
p.m.


p. m.
p.h.


p.m.


p.b.
p.h.


p.h.



p.m.


p.h.


p.h.


p.m.
p.m.


p.m.


p.h.


p.m n.

p.m.
p.h.
p. h.


p.h.
p. m.

p.m.

p. m.


p.h.


p.h.


p.h.
p. h.


p.h.


p.h.
p.h.


Carpenter........ p. h.
.....do........... p.h.
.....do............ p.h.
.....do............ p.h.
Stenographer..... p. m.


S0.56
150.00


100.00
.56


125.00


.56
.56


.65



125.00


.65


.65


125.00
125.00


150.00


.56


185.00

125.00
.56
.56


.65
125.00

210.00

210.00


.65


.65


.56
.56


.65


.56
.65



S.56
.56
.56
.56
125.00


Effective.


1905.
Dec. 23
....do...


Dec. 26
....do...


Dec. 23


Dec. 26
....do...


Dec. 23









....do...


Dec. 26
....do...


...do...


Dec. 3


Dec. 26

....do...
....do...
....do...


....do...
....do...

....do...

....do...


Dec. 23


....do...


Dec. 26
....do...


Dec. 23


....do...
....do...



Dec. 26
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...


Date of
arrival.


1905.
Dec. 29
....do...

1906.
Jan. 1
....do...

1905.
Dec. 29

1906.
Jan. 1
....do...

1905.
Dec. 29


1906.
Jan. 1

1905.
Dec. 29


....do...

1906.
Jan. 1
....do...


....do...

1905.
Dec. 28

1906.
Jan. 1

....do...
....do...
....do...


1905.
Dec. 29


....do...

1906.
Jan. I
....do...

1905.
Dec. 29


....do...
....do...


1906.
Jan. 1
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...


Assignment.



Master builder.
Culebra division.


Municipal engineer.
Master builder.


Culebra division.


Master builder.
Do.


Superintendent mo-
tive power ahd ma-
chinery.

Culebra division.


Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Do.


Culebra division.
Division meteorology
and river hydrau-
lies.
Master builder.


Do.


Culebra division.

Do.
Master builder.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Do.
Culebra division.

Do.

Do.


Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Master builder.


Do.
Do.


Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Master builder.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.

Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Labor and quarters.


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76 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Enginewti#f*
ending Jbnuary 6, 1906--Continued. *

REAPPOINTMENT IN UNITED STATES.


Name. Position. Salary. Effect- Datf Assignment. Previous em- ep
Name. Position ive. arrival. Aignment. ployment.

1905. 1906.
Hart, Jno. D.. Molder.. p.h. Dec.26 Jan. 1 Superintendent Molder, p. II. Sept,-1,
$0.65 motive power 30.56,motive
and machinery, power and
machinery.


APPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS.


Name.



Anderson, Chas........

Andrews, Danl........

Barrett, Fred.........
Birchy, Jas............

Burnes, W. J.........

Cazaubon, Jos. D......
Connor, Fletcher H....

Dekker, P. L........
De Lemos, Jose........
Ebert, Chas............
Fray, Wm............
Filkins, Geo. E........

Groeger, Paul.........
Grebner, Fred.........
Heuer, Herman........

Holcomb, Benoni E.._

Jonischkeit, Franz.....
Jurgensen, Herman....

Leitch, Abraham......
Moser, Leo............

Mackenzie, Hugh......
Mora, Ignaclo........
Miles, Wm.............
Mann, Henry..........

Martin, Chas.........
Mailander, Henry......

Niell, Harry..........
Ritter, Carl..........
Soler, B..............
Smith, Michael........

South, Edw..........
Sessions, Varner V....
Turner, Robert........
Willis, Saml. H........

Waiters, Harvey.......


Position.



Drill helper..........

Laborer.............

Fireman............
Drill helper..........

Engine driver........

Boilermaker .........
Locomotive painter..

Fireman............
Clerk................
Hotel clerk..........
Machinist...........
.....do.......... ....

Carpenter...........
Machinist...........
Carpenter............

Foreman.............

Carpenter...........
.....do................

Drill runner.........
Foreman ............

Drill runner..........
Carpenter............
Pit foreman..........
Trainman...........

Fireman............
Blacksmith..........

Machinist...........
Fireman.............
Cook................
Laborer.............

.....do..............
Trainman...........
Carpenter...........
.....do................

Bricklayer..........


Salary. Date.


p.m. 560.00


p.h.

p.m.
p. m.

p. m.

p.h.
p.b.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.h.
p.bh.

p.h.
p.h.
p.h.

p.m.

p.h.
p.h.


p.m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.h.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.

p.h.

p.h.
phm.




p.h.

p.h.
p.h.

p.h.


.20

83.33
60.00

100.00

.38
.56

40.00
83.33
50.00
.56
.44

.56
.56
.56

125.00

.56
.56

100.00
12& 00

12& 5.00
.32
75.00
100.00

40.00
.65

.32
40.00
60.00
.20

.20
100.00
.66
.86

.68


1905.
Dec. 22

1906.
Jan. 3

1905.
Dec. 29
Dec. 22

1906.
Jan. 1

1905.
June 1
Dec. 27

Dec. 24
Sept. I
Dec. 11
Dec. 27
Dec. 19

1Ja. 3
Jan. 2
Jan. 2
....do...

1905.
Dec. 28

1906.
Jan. 3
....do...

1905.
Dec. 27
Dec. 30

1906.
Jan. 2
Feb. 1
Jan. 4
Jan. 2

1905.
Dec. 21
Dec. 27

Dee. 23
Dec. .24
Dec. 29
....do...

1906.
Jan. 2
....do..
Jan. 4
Jan. 3

1905.
Dec. 26


4"+i~l


Assignment.



Culebra division. '

Master builder.
u i ri::;:. ." .

Culebra division.
Do.
6
Municipal engineer.

La Boca division. ..
Superintendent motiv
er and machinery. i "i
Cristobal division.
Culebra division. .:
Labor and quarters.
Cristohal division. ,.,
Superintendent motiveilil
er and machinery.,. ~i: 4

Master builder.
La Boca divisions :,..
Master builder: "




Master builder
Do.

Culebra division. :I
Master builder. .

Culebra division.
Master builder.
Culebra division.
Master builder. Do.

Crletobal division. :
Superintendentmotiv ii
er and machiner y. .:






Culebra division.
Master builder.
Do.
Crlstobaldivision.




Do.
-...Culebra divllo. .j .
Do .




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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 77


or f changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for week
ending January 6, 1906-Continued.

REAPPOINTMENT ON ISTHMUS.


Name.



SCarrick, Bart
N.




Da Costa,
Aaron.


SDodan, Fred.
R.

Erems, Wm..


Gallme, Au-
:; gust.

UHeidanowski,
Alvin.




Me r ri 11,
Geo. H.

Ryan, Rich-
ard.

i:cott, Chas...

hom pson,
F .rancis H.

Tuttle, Al-
fred J.
Way, Ralph F

Williams,
Wm. E.


Position. Salary.


Foreman.





UMn hini t+


p.m. 3125.00


.44



75.00


> h


Fireman.. p.m.

Fireman..-p.m.


Engine
driver.

Assistant
foreman.

Helper....


p.m. 100.00


p.m.

p.h.


Foreman.. p.m. 125.00


.....do. ..

Assistant
foreman.

Plumber..

Fireman..

Painter...

Foreman..


p.m. 125.00

p.m. 50.00

p.h. .75


p.m. 83.,33
p.h. .38

p.m. 100.00


Date.


1906.
Jan. 4




1905.
Dec. 19


1906.
Jan. 1

1905.
Dec. 15


Assignment. Previous employ- Separation.
ment.


Superin-
tendent
mot ive
powerand
machin-
ery.
.....do.....



Culebra di-
vision.

Municipal
engineer.


75.00 I....do... .....do .....


Dec. 23




1906.
Jan. 3

1905.
Dec. 28

1906.
Jan. 2

....do...

1905.
Dec. 22

Dec. 29

Dec. 4


Superin-
te ndent
motive
power and
machin-
ery.

Culebra di-
vision.

.....do.....

Cristobal di-
vision.

Master
builder.

Culebra di-
vision.
Master
builder.
.....do.....


Track foreman, 100,
Culebra division.




Machinist $0.44, su-
perintendent mo-
tive power and
machinery.

Assistant timekeep-
er, $50, Culebra di-
vision.

Machinist, $0.32, su-
perintendent mo-
tive power and
machinery.
Assistant foreman,
$75, municipal en-
gineer.
Fireman, $40, Cristo-
bal division.




Track foreman, $150,
Culebra division.

Foreman, 8125, Cule-
bra division.

Assistant foreman,
$50, Cristobal divi-
sion.
Plumber, $0.75 mas-
ter builder.

Trainman, $100, Cu-
lebra division.
Carpenter. $0.56,
master builder.
Foreman, $100, mas-
ter builder.


Aug. 18,1905
Quit.




Oct. 1, 1905.
Quit.


Nov. 17,1905.
Discharged.

July 18,1905.
Quit.

Dec. 5, 1905.
Quit.

Dec. 23,1905.
Quit.




Dec. 26,1905.
Discharged.

Nov. 29,1905.
Discharged.

Oct. 23,1905.
Quit.

Dec. 7, 1905.
Quit.

Oct. 15,1905.
Quit.
Oct. 25,1905.
Discharged.
Nov.18,1905.
Quit.


TRANSFER WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. From- To-


1905.
Thayer,Jira P.... Foreman......... p.m. $100.00 Dec. 20 Culebradivision Municipal engi-
neer.


TRANSFERS TO THIS DEPARTMENT.


1905.
i ller, Albert F... Bridge carpenter. p.m. 883.33 Aug 1 Panama rail- Master builder.
-road.
fWerts, Raleigh F.......do............ p.m. 75.00 ....do...-....do.......... Do.
I,,


I ; ...... ...... .



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78 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and EngineerV ingf
ending January 6, 1906-Continued.

TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. From- To-


1905. .
Delaigne, H. B.... Supervisor....... p.m. $175.00 Aug. 11 Culebra division Department
ermenunt a
eanitatfin.
Holland, F. M..... Foreman........ p.m. 125.00 Dec. 21 .....do.......... Division m
and suma es.
Miller, Albert F... Bridge carpenter p.m. 83.33 June 1 Master builerr.. Panaa.
Sayles, Chas. N.... Stenographer..... p.m. 125.00 Dec. 17 Department Division na
construction and suppU3 .
and engineer-:.
ing. .."
Werts, Raleigh F.. Bridge carpenter. p.m. 75.00 June 1 Master builder.. Panama Rara


PROMOTIONS.
______________________________________________?i4


Name. Position. Salary.


Cottey, Sidney ....... Machinist... p.h.

Cazaubon, Jos. D...... Boilermak- p.h.
er.

Dumanoir, Florent.... Machinist... p.h.


Freeman, Theodore C..


Goodley, Robert L....

Isham, Geo. T.........

Leftwich, Robert......


Loveland, Fred......

Loveland, Albert......
Martin, Magdalena....

Meyer, Otto..........

Neal, Chas. J.........

Porter, Curtis E.......

Read, Jas. M..........
Stewart, Edw. E......


Stipp, Henry.........
Wright, Dan]. E.......
Keeling, Jas. R........


Steam-shov-
el engi-
neer.

Carpenter..

Machinist...

Steam-shov-
el engi-
neer.

Locomotive
engineer.
.....do......
Blacksmith

Assistant
foreman.
Rodman....

Machinist...

.....do......
Steam-shov-
el crane-
man.

Foreman...

Levelman...
Locomotive
engineer.


p.m.


p.h.

p.h.

p.m.


p.m.

p.m.
p.h.

p.m.

p.m.

p.h.

p.h.
p.m.


p.m

p.m.
p.m.


$0.44

.38

.44


190.00


.56

.56

190.00


125.00

125.00
.38

60.00

75.00

.56

.56
165.00


83.33

100.00
125.00


To-



Machinist, $0.56...

Boilermaker, o0.44

Machinist, $0.56...


Steam-shovel en-
gineer, $210.
*
Foreman, 3125....

Machinist, $0.65...

Steam-shovel en-
gineer, 5210.

Locomotive ergi-
neer, 5150.
.....do...........
Blacksmith, $0.44.

Machinist, $0. 38..

Rodman, 583.33...

Machinist, 80.65...

.....do............
Steam-sh ovel
craneman, $185.

Foreman, 8100...

Levelman, 1125...
Locomotive engi-
neer, $150.


Date. Division.


1906. .
Jan. 1 Superintendent
motive po to~r
1905. and m ajinet.
Oct. 16 La Booa. :.;

1906.
Jan. 1 Superintendent
motive owBer
andniatfi
1905. and mac .
Dec. 1 Do.

1906.
Jan. 1 Culebra.

1905. :
Dec. 16 Superintendeif.t
motive p0 lowq1 n
and -x3n m.q',
Dec. 24 Culebra. "

1906. i
Jan. 1 Do.

....do... Do.
....do... Superlatende
motive p oWe,',
and machine: 'I
....do... Do.

Feb. 1 Culebra.

1905.
Dec. 16 Superintendent
motive pov_'X j:
and macblast :
Dec. 29 Do.
Dec. 1 Do.

1906. P;
Jan. 1 Municipal e~W ..:
never.
Jan. 16 .Do.
Jan. Culebra. ...


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 7

report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for week
ending January 6, 1906-Continued.
: REDUCTIONS.


Name.



Aults, Chas. E........

lKowlen, Maurice E....
tyons, Sami..........
Martin, James .........

McLeod, Norman D...
Prentiss, Richard R...


SWatson, Wm. S.......


Position.



Track fore-
man.
Carpenter ..
Foreman...
Track fore-
man.
Carpenter..
Pipefitter...


Machinist...


Salary.



p.m. $125.00

p.h. .65
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 125.00

p.h. .65
p.h. .56


p.h.


To-



Clerk, 5100........

Foreman, 8125....
Fireman, 583.33...
Clerk, 8100 ........

Foreman, $125....
Pipefitter, 80.32...


Foreman, $125....


Date. Division.


1905.
Dec. 28 Labor and quar-
ters.
Dec. 9 Master builder.
Dec. 28 Culebru.
....do... Labor and quar-
ters.
Dec. 9 Master builder.
Dec. 23 Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
1906.
Jan. 1 Municipal engi-
neer.


CHANGED TO SILVER BASIS.

Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division.


1906.
iDuncan, Thomas...... Blacksmith........... p.h. $0.32 Jan. 1 Municipal engineer.

DISCHARGES.


Name.





Banton, Pembroke
r B.

Butler, Jas........


Cone, Ralph.......


iCastle, Geo. W.....
|Donohue, D. 0.....
Davis, Wm........
;Flynn, Jno.........
p.ritz, Fred........
::Fay, Jos. F........

.Getz, Jos. A......


Hanson, H. Clay-
ton.

Hardy, Geo........


Moore, Kiearn 0...


Martin, Chas .......

.,Mullaly, Frank J...


Robins, Robt.....

teilly, Michael.....


ISellas, Angel.......

1hompson, Fran-
: iae H'.
i%,,----


Position.





Engineman.


Foreman...


Painter.....


Carpenter..
Trainman..
Carpenter..
Conductor..
Carpenter..
Pipefitter...


Carpenter..


Foreman...


Drill runner.


Locomotive
engineer.

Fircman....

Plumber...


Locomotive
engineer.
Pipefitter...


Painter.....


Plumber....


Salary.





p. m.$150. 00


p.m. 100.00


p.h. .65


p. h. .56
p.m. 100.00
p.h. .56
p.m. 125.00
p.h. .44
p. h. .38


p.h. .56


p.m. 125.00


p.m. 125.00


p. m.'125. 00


p.m. 40.00

p.h. .75


p.m. 125.00

p.h. .65


p.h. .65


p. h. .75


Date.




1905.
Aug. 20

1906.
Jan. 1

1905.
Dec. 23

1906.
Jan. 3
Jan. 4
Jan. 2
Jan. 4
Jan. 3
Jan. 5


Jan. 3

1905.
Dec. 31


Dec. 28

1906.
Jan. 3

1905.
Dec. 22

Dec. 21

1906.
Jan. 4

Jan. 5


Jan. 3

1905.
Dec. 7


i b:'


Cause.





Reduction force.


Incompetent...


Drunkenness...


Incompetent...
Insubordinate..
Incompetent...
Neglect duty...
Incompetent...
.....do .........


.....do..........


.....do..........


.....do..........


Unsatisfactory
service.

Service not re-
quired.
Previous record.


Incompetent...

....do ........


.....do..........

Drunkenness..


Division.





Culebra..........


Master builder....


.....do............


.....do ...........
Culebra...........
Master builder....
Culebra...........
Master builder....
Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Master builder....


Superintendent t
motive power
and machinery.
Culebra..........


.....do............


Cristobal.........

Master builder....


Culebra ..........

Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Master builder....


.....do...........


Ob-
jec-
tion
to re-
em-
ploy-
ment.


No.


No.


Yes.


No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.


No.


No.


No.


No.


No.

Yes.


No.

No.


No.

No.


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80 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineenng.g
ending January 6, 1906-Continued.
RESIGNATIONS.



Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division.



1905.
Davis, C. E............ Division engineer..... p.a. 56,000.00 Oct. 23 Municipalengineer...
1906.
Lamster, Edw. J...... Draftsman........... p.m. 150.00 Jan. 16 Master builder.......
1905.
Lepper, L. M.......... Supervisor........... p.m. 200.00 Dec. 29 Culebra............
Strom, C. A........... Superintendent mo- p.a. 5,000.00 Oct. 20 Motive power and N
tire power and ma- machinery.
chinery.

LEFT THE SERVICE. .

1905.
Bowlby, Richard F.... Machinist...........p. p.h. 0.56 Dec. 31 Superintendent mo- NX"tiM
tive power andma.,
chinery.
Gray, Jas............. ...do.....p.. .4 .......... .... do..............
Howell, C. J.......... Trainman............ p.m. 83.33 ...do... Culebra ..............
1906. .. i
Hill, Jack L........... Foreman............. p.m. 125.00 Jan. 3 .....do ..............
Low, Wm............. Drill runner.......... p.m. 83.33 Jan. 2 ....d...............
1905.
McFarland, A. Y...... Chief clerk............ p.m. 150.00 Dec. 31 La Boca...........Si :
1906.
Mann, Alfred C........ Trainman........... p.m. 100.00 Jan. 3 Culebra.............
1905. ''J




1 1906.
Richardson, Ernest W. Treiman............ p.m. 100.00 Jan. 31 Culebra.nend........




DEATH.

Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division

1906.
___ __________ ----------- -------- Trainman ......p.m100Ja....5_... '"iS

Shields, Sami. H....... Drill runner......... p.m. 583.33 Jan. 2 Culebra. -

CORRECTIONS AND CHANGES IN PREVIOUS REPORTS.

As reported. Correction

Adams, Steven, locomotive engineman, appointed Mar. 15, 1905; report of, Stephen Adams. ..
Mar. 18, 1905.
Banton, T. P., engineman, promoted June 1, 1905; report of June 15, 1905. P. B. Banton. ?i
Cox, Robert, engineman, transferred Dec. 1, 1905; report of Dec. 23, 1905.. Dec. 12, 1905, effective
De Casseres, Ralph, assistant timekeeper, discharged Dec. 24,1905; report Dec. 26, 1905, edfeotive 6
of Decx30, 1905.
Davis, S. T. machinist, appointed Dec. 9, 1905; report of Dec. 16, 1905.... Assigned La Boas.
Given, Jno. B., levelman, transferred Dec. 15, 1905; report of Dec. 16, 1905. Dec. 16, S1905o .et '.l
Do ........................................-.-- ivin, John B. il
Given, Jno. B., rodman, appointed Oct. 3, 190; report of Oct. 14, 1905..... Do.
Marquez, Jos., timekeeper, promoted Dee. 1, 1905; report of Nov. 25, 1905. Morques, Joe.
Martin, Chas., fireman, reemployed on Isthmus Dec. 21,1905; report of Canceled. .:
Dec. 30, 1905.
Ricketta, Geo., engineman, transferred Dec. 1, 1905; report of Dec. 23, Dec. 6, 1905, efe a
19 ....



... ..... ...
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X' MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 81


jieport of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for week
ending January 13, 1906.

APPOINTMENTS IN UNITED STATES.


Name.


Andrews, Isaac H.....
Aeskwith, Harria S....
Bell, Irvine............
Ohenoweth, A f red
G. W.
Freund, Leopold ......
:Frost, Frederick......


IFlynn, Chas ...........
Gough, Jno............


Grant, Jno. A.........
Heaxt, Jno. A.........
Herman, Albert T.....
Hannafin, Mike.......
Huff, Fred Leon.......
H arris, Donald........
Hughes, Robert.......


Jackson, Jno.........
KEmp, Lewis..........
:ecNair, Atbol C......

McKeown, Danl.......
Mollison, Allen........
Melander, Jno.........
Moran, Maurice.......


Piatow, Wm..........
ftoetzel, Henry.......
EShneider, Robt.......
Stacey, Pat. H........
mall, Wm. H.........
Williams, Simon P....


Wade, Benj. L........
Wilson, Lewis.........
Wright, Humphrey...


Position.


Carpenter........
Painter..........
Rock foreman....
Carpenter .......

Painter..........
Machinist........


Salary.


p. h.
p. h.
p. b.
p. m.
p. h.

p. h.
p. h.


30.56
.65
150.00
.56

.65
.65


Track foreman... p. m. 100.00
Pipefitter......... p. h. .65


Rock foreman....
Carpenter........
.....do ...........
Drill runner .....
Track foreman...
Rock foreman....
Machinist........


Pipefitter .......
Conductor........
Stenographer.....


Carpenter ........
Rock foreman....
Carpenter........
Machinist........


Pipefitter ........
Carpenter........
Painter..........
.....do ...........
Carpenter .......
Pipefitter........


p. in.
p. h.
p. h.
p. m.
p. m.
p. m.
p. h.


1.o00
.56
.56
125.00
150.00
150.00
.65


p. b. .65
p.m. 125.00
p. n. 125.00


p. h.
p.m.
p. h.

p. h.
p-h.
p. h.
p. h.
p. h.
p. h.
p. b.


.56
150.00
.56
.65


.65
.56
.65
.65
.56
.65


Effective.


1905.
Dec. 30
....do...
Dec. 24
Dec. 30


Date of
arrival.

1906.
Jan. 6
....do ...
Jan. 7
Jan. 6


....do ... ....do...
....do... ....do...


....do ... ... do...
...do... ....do...


Dec. 24 Jan. 7
Dec. 30 Jan. 6
. .do... ....do...
....do... ....do...
....do . ....do...
Dec. 2- Jan. 7
Dec. 30 Jan. 6


....do... ....do...
....do... ... do...
....do ... ....do...


....do .......do...
Dec. 24 Jan. 7
Dec. 30 Jan. 6
....do... ....do...


....do'. ....do...
....do.. ....do...
....do... ....do...
...do..... do...
Dec. 24 Jan. 7
Dec. 30 Jan. 6


Painter.......... p. h. .65 ....do. .... do...
Rock foreman.... p.m. 150.00 Dec. 24 Jan. 7
.....do............ p.m. 150.00 ....do... ....do...


Assignment.


Master builder.
Do.
Culebra division.
Master builder.

Do.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Culebra division.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Culebra division.
Master builder.
Do.
Culebra division.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Do.
Culebra division.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Master builder.
Culebra division.
Master builder.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Do.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Master builder.
Culebra division.
Dn.


REAPPOINTMENT IN UNITED STATES.


Name. Position. Salary. Effective. a Assignment. m- Spara-


1905. 1906.
Curran,Tay- Machinist... p.h. 50.65 Dec. 30 Jan. 6 Superintend-' Machinist, Discharged
Slor. ent motive 50.56, super- Sept. 11,
f power and intendent mo- 1905.
machinery. Live power
and machin-
ery.


APPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS.

S Name. Position. Salary. Date. Assignment.


1906.
Dent, Jno. W......... General foreman..... p. m. $150.00 Jan. 1 Culebra division.
ay, JOs. F........:-... Pipefitter............. p. .38 Jan 2 Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Foster, Michael W.... Fireman.............. p.m. 83.33 Jan. 4 Culebra division.
:fydan,Ignatz....... Blacksmith-......... p.h. .56 Jan. 2 Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Jandlef, Chas ........ Fireman............. p.m. 83.33 Jan. 5 Culebra division.
frli, Ernest....... Carpenter............ p. h. .56 ....do... Matter builder.
opa-on C. G....... Hotelclerk.......... p. m. 60.00 Jan. 1 Labor and quarters.
W Ii in ..... Fireman............ p.m. 75.00 Jan. 5 Culebra division.


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82 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering o
ending January 13, 1906-C- ntinued...

REAPPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Assignment. Previon employ-.


1906.
Burmester, Her- Carpenter p. h. 50.56 Jan. 4 M as te r Carpenter, $0.44, Nov.21,ltb
mann. builder, master builder, quLt.
Mackenzie, Don- Fireman.. p.m. 83.33 Jan. 5 Culebra...... Assistant foreman Dec.16,
aid. $75, municipal dilshasgei.
engineer.


TRANSFERS WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. From- To-


1906.
Byers, Lou C...... Carpenter..... p. h. 50.56 Jan. 15 Master builder.... Municipal A.gi:
never.
1905. .
Iffla, Solomon A... Pipefitter........ p. h. .65 Dec. 27 Municipal engi- Superintendant ;
neer. motive power
and macbleity.
1906. ....; .
Miles, Wm. A..... Pit foreman .... p.m. 75.00 Jan. 13 Culebra division.. Master builder ,::4
Start, Wm. A..... Stenographer... p. m. 125.00 Jan. 15 Labor and quar- Superinteua4aL:
terms. motive p oftl
and macbtiq:


TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT. :


1905.
Culbertson, X. W.. Carpenter...... p. 50.56 Dec. 30 Master builder... Material and a,
plies. : i
1906. '
Simpson, W. P.... Chief clerk...... p.m. 150.00 Jan. 5 Culebra division.. General Quai -
master, V.
Army.

PROMOTIONS.
PROMOTIONS. ,


Name.


Bates, Wm. C.....


Cooke, A. L.......

Grant, Wm. D....
Jackson, John.....

Lohman, Chas. H..
Rogers, Millard F.

Thompson, Sam].
E.


Position.


Copyist.........


Pipefitter .......

Foreman.......
Machinist......

Foreman.......
Machinist ......

Clerk..........


Salary.


p.m. $75.00


p. h.

p. m.
p.h.

p. m.
p.h.

p. m.


.56

100.00
.32

125.00
.56

100.00


To-


Clerk, 83.33......


Pipefitter, $0.65 ..

Foreman, $125....
Machinist, 30.38...

General foreman,
$150.
Machinist, 50.65...

Clerk, $125........


Date.


1906.
Jan. 1

1905.
Dec. 1
1906.
Feb. 1
Jan. 1

Feb. 1
Jan. I

....do...


Division,; "'.:


Super I ntendt
motive ao.':u
and m1nheifi
Culebra.

Master butdie. ':
Super ttennit
motive p M.EN,
and maucUfet'~,,:
Munidcpal e*f..
neer. .
SuperintendQu
motive p oa
and maachnta
Culebra.


Hill, Urban L.....


.ii


r...: . .i.:








I MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 83


I. Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for week
ending January 13, 1906--Continued.

RERATED AND RECLASSIFIED.


Name. Position. Salary. To- Date. Division.
i I--


*: Crompton, Geo. C..

ring, John E....


Foreman....... p. m. 3125.00

.....do.......... p.m. 125.00


1906.
Plumber, S0.65.... Jan. I Municipal engi-
neer.
.....do........... ....do... Do.


FAILURE TO REPORT FOR DUTY AFTER EMPLOYMENT ON ISTHMUS.

Effective Datere-
Name. Position. Salary. date. ported. Assignment.


1905. 1905.
Hatfield, Adrian...... Timekeeper.......... p.m.875.00 Nov. 9 Nov. 18 Master builder.


DISCHARGES.


Name.



Adams, Harry S...
Allen, Ernest......
SBell, Irvine........
SBarry, C. J.......
Burrows, Robert..
: Greenough, Will E.
Greenough, Fred P
SGrant, Ired A....
Grant, Jno. A.....
Bobbin, Will R...

Harris, Donald....
Hull,Robt. H....

SHenry, Jas. H....
SKnight, Franklin..
Larkin, Jno .....
:Moser, Anton.....


Position.


Painter.........
Carpente r......
Rock foreman..
Carpenter ......
.....do..........
.....do..........
.....do..........
.....do ..........
Rock foreman..
Stenographer...

Rock foreman..
Foreman .......

Carpenter .....
.....do ........
.....do .........
Machinist ......


Salary.


p. h.
p. h.
p.m.
p. b.
p. h.
p. h.
p. h.
p.h.
p. m.
p. m.

p. m.
p. m.
p.m.

p. bh.
p. h.
p.h.
p. b.
'p- b.


$0.56
.32
150.00
.56
.56
.56
.56
.56
150.00
125.00

150.00
83.33

.56
.56
.56
.38


Date.


1906.
Jan. 5
....do...
Jan. 9
Jan. 11
....do...
....do...
....do...
.... do...
Jan. 9
Jan. 7


Cause.


Insubordination..
Incompetency....
Unsuitability....
Insubordination..
.....do............
..... do...........
..... do............
.....do.........-.
Unsuitability....
.... do............


Jan. 9 .....do...........
....do... Insubordination..


Jan. II
.... lo...
....do...
Jan. 10


.....do............
..... do............
.....do ...........
Absent without
leave.


Division.


Master builder.
Do.
Culebra.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Culebra.
Labor and quar-
ters.
Culebra.
Municipal engi-
neer.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent
motive power


S \ana machinery.
i tchell, J. H.... Painter......... ph. .65 Jan. 12 Drunkenness..... Master builder.
M:eMeekin, Henry Generalforeman p.m. 150.00 Jan. 9 Unsatisfactory Culebra.
J. service.
SMollison, Allen.... Rock foreman.. p. m. 150.00 ....do... Unsuitability.... Do.
Mertz, Jno....... Machinist...... p b. .65 Jan. 8 Incompetent..... Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
I Nelson, Oscar E... Carpenter..... p. h. .56 Jan. 11 Insubordination.. Master builder.
Park, Andrew.... Foreman....... p. m. 83.33 Jan. 12 Incompetent....- Culebra.
ilat, A. Chas.... Bricklayer...... p.m. 150.00 Jan. 11 .....do............ Master builder.
Pilat, Valentine... .....do .........p. m. 150.00 ....do... ....do ............ Do.
-Redlich, Mase.... Machinist...... p.h. .65 Jan. 1( Drunkenness..... Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
SSta ats, Jno....... Carpenter...... p h. .56 Jan. 11 Insubordination.. Master builder.
Seibert, Denl...... .....do.......... p. h. .56 ....do... .....do........... Do.
iShea,Robt. J.... Trainman...... pm. 83.33 Jan. 8 Drunkenness.... Culebra.
Wilso, Lewis..... Rock foreman. p.m. 150.00 Jan. 9 Unsuitability.... Do.
W: Wright, Humphrey .....do.......... p.m. 150.00 ....do........do............ Do.
SLacey, Thos. 0... Painter......... p. h. .56 Jan. 8 Insubordination. Master builder.


RESIGNATION.
I.. _


Name.


Position.


Salary. Date.


Division.


i 1906.
Ltngabatgh, Thos. E. Clerk................. p. m. $100.00 Jan. 4 Bureau labor and quarters.







MINUTES- OF THE EXECUTIVE COMA


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction
ending January 18, 1906--Continued.

LEFT THE SERVICE.


[ITTEE.


and Engineeringf



: :


Name. Position. Saary. Date. Division


1906. '
Buttery, Jno.......... Machinist............ p. $0.65 Jan. 6 Superintendent oii
power and machiriy
Burnes, W. J.......... Engine driver........ p.m. 100.00 Jan. 3 Municipalengineer. ri"
Griffin, Fred .......... Track foreman....... p. m. 100.00 Jan. 8 Culebra.
1905.
Guerra, Roberto...... Carpenter........... p. h. .38 Dec. 31 Master builder.
1906.
Geffroi, Frederick..... Drill runner.......... p. m. 83.33 Jan. 11 Culebra. ":
Howell, Jas. P........ Trainman............ p.m. 100.00 Jan. 6 Do.
Rayborn, Jno. A...... Subsistence steward.. p.m. 150.00 Jan. 3 Labor and quarters ;:

1905. "
Rayborn, Albert...... Steward.............. p. m. 75.00 Dec. 31 Do. :
Young, Frank C......Forman............. p. m. 100.00 Dee. 23 Master builder.


CORRECTIONS AND CHANGES IN PREVIOUS REPORTS. .












Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for Se;
As reported. Correction.: .: .....


Firth, A. C., foreman, transferred Sept. 16, 1905, report of Oct. 7, 1905.... Effective date, Sept. Ifl
Firth, A. C., foreman, corrected transfer, Sept. 16,1905, report of Oct. 14, Do. ..:. :|
1905. I ......
Williams, Chas., pipefitter, promoted Dec. 1, 1905; report of Dec. 23,1905: Chas. F. Williams. ;i,,



Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and EngineeriaW.for.
ending January 20, 1906.

APPOINTMENTS IN UNITED STATES.
_________________=__


Name.


Betscheler, Jacob......


Bowman, Thos. N.....
Brown, Francis G....
Brumbach, Will.......
Corliss, Edwin M......
Callahan, Danl ........
Dalinky, Max........
Dempsey, Dani. J.....
Eighme, Harvey D....
Gaines, Henry ........
Green, Frank P......


Graves, Edw. T.......
Hayden, Thos.........
Harnett, Edw. J......
Howard, Robt. C......

Heinriehs, Amandus..


Jansson, Otto A......
Johnson, Andrew A...
Kirachennofer, Louis..


King, Preston, jr......

McCormack, Wi. T...
McCaulen, Danl. J.....
Murphy, Jno..........


Position.


Machinist......... p. h.


.....do...........
....-do.............
.....do ...........
Car inspector.....
Track foreman...
Carpenter ........
Track foreman...
Machinist.........
Carpenter ........
Blacksmith.......


Conductor........
Carpenter ........
.....do. ..........
Rodman.........

Machinist ........


Salary.


S0.65


.65
.65
.65
.56
100.00
.56
150.00
.65
.56
.65


125.00
.56
.56
8333

.6


p.h.
p.h.
p.h.
p.b.
p.m.
p.b.
p.m.
p.h.
p.h.
p.h.


p.m.
p.h.
p.h.
p.m.

p.h.


Effective.


1906.
Jan.


....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...


Painter........... p.h. .65 .1..do...
General foreman.. p.m. 200.00 ....do...
Tinsmith......... p.h. .65 ....do...


Rodman ........

Stenographer.....
Track foreman...
Blacksmith.......


p.m.
p. m.
p.m.
p.h.


83.33

125.00
150.00
.65


Date of
arrival.

1906.
Jan. 13


....do...
....do...
.... do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
-....do...


....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...

....do...


....do...
....do...
....do...


.... do.. ....do...

....do....... do...
....do.......do...
....do... ....do.,.


Mormolatein, Jacob.... Carpenter........ p.h. .6 ....do ... ...do...
McDermott, Geo......].....do...........|p.. ,66 ....do......do..


Assignmentt.. :
.. .... .... :: ..
-------I;-^!

Superintendentt
tive power aend
chinery. *,; .J

Do.
Do.
Do.

Master bullder, ,.,n
Culebra dl1ieia45.it3
Cristobal diweir iT
Master builder.
Su erintendeDt
tve power
ohinery.
Culebra divia4.4 li
Master bnildp-
n -









? MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 85


port of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineeing for week
ending January 20, 1906-Continued.

APPOINTMENTS IN UNITED STATES-Continued.


Name.


' licholes, Jas. L.......


Neal, Chas...........
Peterson, Peter H....
Rafter, Wm. J........
Rook, Albert ........


Reich, Dan..........
Simon, Edw..........
Stage, Richard........
Spagens, Gustav......
Selvage, Wade H......
Stewart, Chas........

Schwartz, Max.......
'Stark, Andrew D......


UTaylor, Robert H.....
rTaylor, Jas. L........
|.

I enisson, Julius.......


tWillner, Chas. A.......
lWatts, Jno. C.........

Wright, Fred W.......
I '. W.


. Position.


Salary.


Stenographer..... p.m. 3100.00


Tinsmith..........
Track foreman...
Steam engineer...
Patternmaker ....


Carpenter........
.....do............
Trainman........
Carpenter........
....do ............
Rodman.........

Trainman........
Machinist.........


p.h.
p.m.
p. m.
p. h.


p.h.
p.h.
p. m.
p. b.
p.h.
p.m.

p.m.
p. h.


Carpenter........ p.h.
.....do............ p.h.


.....do............ p.h.


.....do............ p.h.
Machinist.......... p. h.


.....do............ p.h.


.65
100.00
125.00
.65


.56
.56
100.00
.56
.56
83.33

100.00
.65


.56
.56


.56


.56
.65


Effective.


1905.
Jan. 6


....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...


Date of
arrival.

1905.
Jan. 13


....do.......do...
....do... ...do...
....do... ....do...
....do... ....do...
....do...... do...
....do.......do...

....do... ....do...
....do....... do...


....do".. .....do...
.... do .. .... do...

1905.
Dec. 30 Jan. 6

1906.
Jan. 6 Jan. 13
....do.......do..


.65 ....do...


Assignment.



Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Do.
Culebra division.
Cristobal division.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Master builder.
Do.
Culebra division.
Master builder.
Do.
Chagres River divi-
sion.
Culebra division.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Master builder.
Do.
Do
Do.


Do.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Do.


7" APPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS.


Name.



Aguirre, Artemis......
Allen, Percy..........
Plount, Wm. J.........

Tertano, Louis........
attend, Harry A........
,Bradley, Jno. W.......
Burgess, Benj. B.......
Bryan Gerrald........
Barlow, Geo...........

iadwalder, D. S.......
Coakett, Jae. N........

aempbell, Colln.......
Coyne, Roger J.......
Donoran, Mathew.....

Jiaichild, Louis-M.....
Gallagher, Harry J....
Garry, Dan..........


Position.


Fireman..............
Steward.............
Machinist............

Mason...............
Foreman.............
.....do..............
Drill runner..........
.....do................
Molder ...............

Subsistence steward..
Machinist ............

Carpenter............
.....do................
Machinist...........

Trainman..........
Drill runner.........
Blacksmith.........


saxtman, Robert...... Laborer
iolleman, Marshall S.. Drill ru
bqs, Geo.................do.,
Vrgeneen, Henry.... Pattern
i on, Jan. 8........ Boilerm
h n, no. E..... Helper.
itwin'iz Louis..... Carpent
pe iL ........... Firemaj
wens Wm.... Pit fore
ihael A...... Laborer
tte m itat ...... Helper

in. J. ......i ima



:. ...


..............
aner.........
...............
maker ......

aker..........
...............
e r............
n..............
man..........
I.............
...............


Salary.


p. m.
p.m.
p. h.

p.h.
p. m.
p. m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.h.

p.m.
p.h.

p. b.
p. h.
p.h.

p.m.
p.m.
p.d.

p.h.
p, m.
p.m.
p.h.

p.b.
p.h.
p. h.

p.m.
p.m.
p,h.
p.h.

p.m.


$40.00
60.00
.65

.32
100.00
100.00
83.33
83.33
.65

125.00
.44

.56
.56
.44

100.00
83.33
.56

.20
75.00
83.33
.56

.65
.25
.56
75.00
83.33
.20
.25

83. a


Date.


1906.
Jan. 10
Jan. 1
Jan. 8

Jan. 10
Jan. 9
Jan. 11
....do...
....do...
Jan. 3

Jan. 4
Jan. 3

Jan. 15
Jan. 13
Jan. 6

Jan. 12
Jan. 13
Jan. 5

Jan. 9
Jan. 19
Jan. 12
Jan. 5

Jan. 8
Jan. 12
Jan. 13
Jan. 15
Jan. 10
Jan. 9
Jan. 6

Jan. 17


Assignment.



Cristobal division.
Labor and quarters.
Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Master builder.
Municipal engineer.
Do.
Culebra division.
Do.
Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Labor and quarters.
Superintendent motive
power and.machinery.
Master builder.
Do.
Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Culebra division.
Do.
Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Master builder.
Culebra division.
Do.
Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Do.
Do.
Master builder.
Culebra division.
Do.
Master builder..
Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Culebra division.


....do...




. .. .. ....

"


86 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering
ending January 20, 1906-Continued.
APPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS-Continued.


Name.



Maillard, Eugene......
McHarvey, Friend S...
O'Brien, Jas...........
Pinto, Lucien C........

Peterson, Andy E.....

Pandola, Jos..........
Phillips, Jas..........
Paul, J. Edw..........
Reilly, Michael..........
Smith, Frederick C....
Steels, Edw. D..........

Sanders, Jno.........
Strapson, Jos.........
Saiza, Geo............
''horson, Jno..........
Thomas, Geo. E.......
Teall, Gilbert E........
Titzck, Jos...........

Voigt, Edw. M.........
Warden, Bob.........
Webber, Jno...........
Williams, Weedon D...
Wood, Harold.........
Young, Frank C.......

Zanella, Antonio.......


Position. I Salary.


Machinist............
Trainman............
Drill helper...........
Carpenter ...........


p. h.
p.m.
p.m.
p.h.


Assistant foreman.... p.m.


Fireman.............
Diver................
Clerk................
Pit foreman...........
Drill helper...........
Machinist ............

Drill runner.........
Fireman.............
.....do...............
Bricklayer...........
Pit foreman...........
Drill helper..........
Machinist ............

Clerk................
Machinist.............
Carpenter...........
Copyist.............
Messenger...........
Machinist...........

Mason...............


p.m.
p.h.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.b.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.h.
p.m.
p.m.
p. h.

p. m.
p.bh.
p. h.
p.m.
p. m.
p.h.
p.h.
p. in


30.44
83.33
60.00
.56

75.00

75.00
.44
83.33
83.33
60.00
.44

83.33
75.00
75.00
.56
83.33
60.00
.56

83.33
.65
.56
75.00
25.00
.44

.32


Date.


1906.
Jan. 16
Jan. 13
Jan. 10
Jan. 13

1905.
Dec. 15

1906.
Jan. 15
Jain. 9
Jan. 8
Jan. 10
Jan. 12
Jan. 4

Jan. 12
Jan. 15
... do...
Jan. 8
Jan. 17
Jan. 16
Jan. 6

Jan. 3
Jan. 8
Jan. 1
Jan. 13
Jan. 10
Jan. 4

Jan. 10


Assignment. .::.



Cristobal division.
Culebra division.
Do. :
Master builder. :

La Boca division.

Culebra division. .
Cristobal division.
Municipal engineer.
Culebra division.
Do.
Superinten dent mdtt~vg
power and machinery.
Culebra division .
Do. :
Do.
Master builder. 77!
Culebra division.
Do.
Superintendent m .i:
power and machinery.: :
Do. :
Do.
Master builder.
Municipal engineer.
Master builder.
Superintendent moft e. i
power and machinery.
Master builder.
..... ;,


REAPPOINTMENT ON ISTHMUS. .

Name. Position. Salary. Date. Assignment. Pemsplnt Separation
___ _employment. r ... .im .:


Burrows, Jno...

Barry, C. J.....
Brennan, Mike..

Ealy, Martin....


Carpenter

.....do....
Tranman

Engine
driver.


p.h. 30.56

p.h. .56
p. m.100.00
p. m.100.00


Fay, Jos. F..... Carpenter p.h.


Hardy, Geo..... Helper.... p.h.

Hendricks, Geo.. Machinist. p.h.


Jordan, Chas.... I.


Krook, Jno. L. L.

Lawson,Walter
P.
Larkin, Jno.....

Mohrman,Harry

Staats, Jno .....

Selbert, Adam D.

White, Jno. A...


..do....I p.h.


Carpenter

Drill run-
ner.
Carpenter

.....do....

.....do....

Fireman..

Rodman..


p.h.

p.m.

p.h.

p.h.


1906.
Jan. 16

....do...
Jan. 17

Jan. 6


.56 Jan. 11


.25 Jan. 2

.44 Jan. 9


.56


.56

83.33

.56

.38


p.h. .56

p.m. 83.33

p.m. 83.33


Jan.


Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

Jan.


Jan. 16

....do...

Jan. 15


Master builder

.....do........
Culebra.......

Municipal en-
gineer.

Master builder


Motive power
and machin-
ery.
.....do........


10 1 Masterbuilder


.....do........

Culebra.......

Master builder

.....do........

.....do.......

Culebra divi-
sion.
Chagres divi-
sion.


Carpenter, 30.56,
master builder.
.....do............
Engineman, $125,
Culebra division.
Machinist, $0.44,
superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Pipefitter, $0.38,
superintendent
Motive power
and machinery.
Drill runner, 3125,
Culebra division.

Machinist, 30.44,
superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Machinist, 30.56,
superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Carpenter, $0.86,
master builder.
Drill runner.S83.33,
Culebra division,
Carpenter, $0.56,
master builder.
Deckhand, $0.35,
Cristobal divi-
sion.
Carpenter, 30.56,
master builder.
.....do...:........

Rodman, 3V75 mu-
nioipal engineer.


Jam 11;,1
Diusiarged>
Do.;
Aug. 18, 11i.
Diba
NovTJ,;:5
Quit. .::.;

Jan. 5, 11Q.i
Dischar~g

Dec. 28, iNOW
Dischargeci



19L
D e .....




Jan. 1 I
DiBJhan



Jan.


Jan.1
DO.- B,


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 87


report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for week
ending January 20, 1906-Continued.
TRANSFERS WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT.

i Name. Position. Salary. Date. From- To-


1906.
Jarrell, Lee J...... Carpenter....... p.h. 0.56 Jan. 17 Master builder.... Culebra division.

1905.
Schioler, Paul.... Levelman...... p.m. 100.00 Aug. 10 Culebra division.. Master builder.

TRANSFER TO THIS DEPARTMENT.

1906.
Fleming, Harry V. Steam shovel p.m. $190.00 Jan. 2 Panama Railrod. Culebra division.
engineer.

TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT.

1906.
Anderson, Jno. T.. Clerk.......... p.m. 5125.00 Jan. 15 Culebra division.. Government and
sanitation.
Adams, Roger H.......do .......... p.m. 100.00 Jan. 16 Superintendent Local auditor.
motive power
and machinery.
Drisooll, Michael J ......do......... p.m. 125.00) Jan. 19 Masterbuilder.... Do.
i..Gray, Albert H.... Steam shovel p.m. 210.00 Jan. 2 Culebra division.. Panama Railroad.

Knox, Thos. B.. Assistant fore- p.m. 75.00 Jan. 11 .....do............ Material and sup-
man. plies.

PROMOTIONS.

Name. Position. Salary. To- Date. Division.


SAngel, Jos............ Machinist.......


Devereux, A. F., jr....
SDumont, Herbert E...
Dutary, Remigio......
S'Heidanowski, Alvin...



SIffla, Solomon A.......


RHall, Robert..........
Jordan, Chas..........


* Maddock, Chas. H.....


Nicolai, Edgar S.......
Snedekor, Cartie C.....
Servilla, Carmelo......
Shaw, A A............
i, Waith, Robt..........





:1Bailey, Jno. N.........

ienms, Wm...........

'4hanssun, Otto A.......

: urdet, Thornton W.
' F

0tewart,F. F.........
6 jseon, WWilfred...


Clerk..........
Copyist.........
Carpenter......
Helper .........


$0.56 1 Machinist, $0.65...


p.m. 125.00
p.m. 75.00
p.h. .32
p.h. .25


Pipefitter....... p.h.


Rodman........
Machinist .......

Foreman .......


Bookkeeper.....
Foreman.......
Painter........
Timekeeper.....
Assistant fore-
man.


p.m.
p.h.

p.m.


p.m.
p.m.
p.h.
p.m.
p.m.


Chief clerk, 3150...
Clerk, $83.33......
Carpenter, 30.38...
Machinist, S0.44...


.56 Machinist, $0.65...


75.00
.56

125.00


100.00
125.00
.32
100.00
75.00


Rodman, $83.33...
Machinist, 50.65...

Foreman, 3150....


Clerk, 8125........
Master of tug, 3135
Painter, $0.38.....
Timekeeper, 5125..
Foreman, 5100....


1906.
Jan.


Feb. 1
....do...
....do...
Jan. 6


1905.
Dec. 7

1906.
Feb. 1
....do...

Jan. 1


Feb. 1
Jan. 13
Feb. 1
....do...
....do...


Superintend-
ent motive
power and
machinery.
Culebra.
Do.
Repair shop.
S uperintend-
ent motive
power and
machinery.

Municipal en-
gineer.

Do.
Master build-
er.
Superintend-
ent motive
power and
machinery.
Do.
Cristobal.
Repair shop.
Culebra.
Master build-
er.


REDUCTIONS.


Supervisor......

Engine driver...

Painter.........

Pipefitter .......


p.m. $175.00

p.m. 100.00

p.h. .65

p.h. .65


General foreman,
$150.
Assistant fore-
man, 375.
Painter, $0.50.....

Pipefitter, $0.56...


1906.
Jan. 1

....do..

Jan. 13

Jan. 1


Captain of tug.. p.m. 135.00 Foreman, $125.... Jan. 13
Chief cook..... p.m. 125.00 Chief cook, $100... Jan. 1


Municipal en-
gineer.
Do.

Master build-
er.
Superintend-
ent motive
power and
machinery.
Cristobal.
Labor and
quarters.


-i--- ._-. '..-"

,.a .
tu :." ".








88 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. .


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engi tering
ending January 20, 1906-Continued.

DISCHARGES.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Cause. Divisi

1906.


Burkman, S..


Cody, Thomas.....

Carrie;c, Bert N....


Hastings, Wm.....

Hardy, Geo........


Krook, Jno. L. L..
McLamar, Hamil-
ton.

McLaughlin, Hen-
rv .
McCuen, J.......

O'Connell, Thos...

Smith, Lee........
Springer. Allen H..
Sutherland, Syd-
ney L. G.
White, Frederick..
Warden, Bob......


..... Carpepter..


Foreman ......


.....do..........


Engineer ......

Helper ........


Carpenter .....
Coppersmith...


Plumber .......

Foreman.......

Special agent...

Foreman.......
Carpenter......
Clerk...........

Machinist......
.....do..........


p.h. 80.56


p.m.


p. im.n.


p. in.

p.h.


p.h.
p.h.


p.h.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.
p.h.
p.m.

p.h.
p.h.


100.00

125.00


150.00

.25


.56
.32


.75

83.33

300.00

130.00
.56
125.00

.32
.65


Jan. 15

1905.
Nov. 26

1906.
Jan. 14


Jan. 9

Jan. 17


Jan. II
Jan. 9


Jan. 13

Jan. 20

Jan. 15

Jan. 19
Jan. 10
Jan. 5

Jan. 13
Jan. 15


Disability........


Ineficient........


Reduction force..


Disorderly con-
duct.
Insubordination..


.....do............
Incompetency....


Absent from work

Unsatisfac tory
services.
Completion of
work.
Incompetent ....
Exceeding leave..
Indebtedness ....

Reduction force..
Incompetency....


RESIGNATIONS.


Name.



Alfaro, Aristides.......

Betancourt. Rene......
Wooden, Harry S......


Position. Salary.



Copyist.............. p.m. $75.00

Foreman............ p.m. 125.00
Levelman........... p.m. 125.00


Date.


1906.
Jan. 18

Jan. 15
....do...


Division. ;
a, . ...E


Superintendent mottsPoi*:
er and machinery. .
Master builder. I i
Culebra.


LEFT THE SERVICE.


Balkany, Fred M......

Brickett, E. L........
Curtis, Fred J..........


Crofts, C. P...........
Debardelben, M. V....


Echard, Frank.........
Moloney. Jno. T.......

Fray, Wm............
Fouache, Chas........
Fuertado, Jos.........

Holland, Herbert B....
Harvey, Henr H......
Huersch, Frederick....
Leitermann, Andreas..
Lazar, Frank.........
Mohrman, Harry......
Pigeon Ebrard........

Reynolds, Jas. P;..:...


Tinsmith............

Carpenter...........
Foreman............


Rodman.............
Trainman..........


Conductor ..........
Machinist...........

.....do...............
Clerk................
Machinist ..........

Timekeeper .........
Conductor............
Painter...........
Carpenter..........
.....do................
Deckhand ............
Machinist.............

.....do...............


p.h.

p.h.
p.m.

p.Im.
p.m.

p.m.
p.h.

p.h.
p.m.
p.h.

p.m.
p.m.
p.h.
p.h.
p.h.
p.m.
p.b.

p.h.


$0.65

.56
100.00


83.33
100.00

150.00
.65

.56
83.33
.44

100.00
150.00
.65
.56
.56
35.00
.38

.65


1906.
Jan. 15

Jan. 13
Jan. 11

1905.
Aug. 26
Aug. 7

1906.
Jan. 6
Jan. 15

....do...
....do...
Jan. 18

Jan. 12
-..Jdo...
Jan. 13
Jan. 16
Jan. 12
Jan. 15
Jan. 18

....do...


--------------------------. !.; ..I ..... *
-* .*g ;.i;



Superintendent motivepa*::
r and machinery. .
Master builder. :::
Municipal engineer.


Culebra." "

Do.

Superintendent motive. .
er and macbinery. .',,.:
Cristobal. .
Culebra. '
Superintendent mo
or and machinar
Culebra.
Do.
Master builder.
DO.
Do.
Do. 'i1
Cristobarl.
Superintendent me f
er and mabhaiely

:.


_


i
s~ ::*i









MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 0


report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for week
Sending January 20, 1906--Continued.

LEFT THE SERVICE-Continued.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division.


1906.
Rcoehm, Geo............ Painter ............ p.h. 30.65 Jan. 13 Master builder.
Schwartz, Peter........ Carpenter............ p.h. .56 Jan. 16 Do.

1905
Stick, Jno.............. Foreman ........... p.m. 100.00 Nov. 1 Municipal engineer.

1906.
Turson, Henry......... Oiler ................ p.m. 45.00 Jan. 15 Cristobal.
Ulram, Richard........ Carpenter............ p.h. .56 Jan. 12 Master builder.
Waterford, Schuyler........do................ p.h. .56 Jan. 6 Do.


CORRECTIONS AND CHANGES IN PREVIOUS REPORTS.


As reported. Correction.


.Cross) Chas. D., yardmaster rerated Jan. 1, 1906; report of Dec. 23,1905.. Chas. S. Cross.
::-ynn, Jno., conductor, discharged Jan. 4, 1906; report of Jan. 6, 1906.... Salary, 1150 per month.
McKenzie, Donald, molder, promoted Dec. 1, 1904; report of Dec. 20, 1904. Mackenzie, Donald.
jeKenzie, Donald, molder, quit Feb. 28, 1905; report of Mar. 4, 1905..... Do.
McKenzie, Donald, molder, appointed Mar. 9, 1905; report of Mar. 18, Do.
S.1905.
McKenzie, Donald, molder, discharged Apr. 13, 1905; report of Apr. 15, Do.
1905.
MoKenzie, Donald, foreman, appointed Nov. 8, 1905; report of Dec. 2, Do.
S1905.
fbKenzie, Donald, foreman, discharged Nov. 26, 1905; report of Dec. 9, Do.
::.', 1905.
eaKenzie, Donald, assistant foreman, appointed Dec. 8, 1905; report of Do.
"'Dec. 23, 1905.
McKenzie, Donald, assistant foreman, discharged Dec. 16, 1905; report Do.
. of Dec. 23, 1905.
Warren, Horace P., levelman, transferred Nov. 25, 1905; report of Dec. Rodman,atS83.33permonth.
. 9, 1905.
Young, Frank C., machinist, employed on Isthmus Jan. 4, 1906; report Canceled.
of Jan. 20, 1906.



Sport of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for week
ending Januarg 27, 1906.

APPOINTMENTS IN UNITED STATES.


Name.



Anigner, no..........
Adams, Chas. W.....

Anderson, Wm........
lall, Jos. N...........

Buckman, Chaa .......
Buckman, Wm. F.....
Coulter, Russell D....


lCrne, Elmer .........
-Davis, Wmr. G ........
S.ffey, Chas ..........
A1Wlohne, Laurence J..


Xitzpatrick. T. Edw...
er, Johann.......
imrn, Chester C.....


Position. Salary.


Carpenter.........
Stenographer .....

Carpenter........
Steam-shovel fire-
man.
Carpenter.........
.....do............
Stenographer ....


Carpenter.........
.....do............
.....do............
Machinist.........


Stenographer .....
Carpenter.........
Machinist .........


p. h.
p.m.

p.h.
p.m.

p. h.
p.h.
p.m.


p.h.
p. h.
p.b.
p. h.


toudin, Henri........ Ca-ipenter........ p.h.
Hbfer, CChaS.: .... ... ...do............ p., h.
.j. u....t ... .......


.-, ,


S0.56
125.00

.56
83.33

.56
.56
125,00


.56
.56
.56
.65


Effective.


1906.
Jan. 13
....do...

....do...
....do...

....do...
....do...
....do...


....do...
... do...
....do...
....do...


Date of
arrival.

1906.
Jan. 20
...do...

....do...
....do...

....do...
....do...
....do...


....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...


p.m. 125.00 ....do... ...do...
p.h. .56 ....do.. ....do...
p.h. .65 ....do.......do...


6 ....do... ....do..
.56 ....do... ....do...I


Assignment.



Master builder.
Government and sani-
tation.
Master builder.
Culebra division.

Master builder.
Do.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Local auditor.
Master builder.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Master builder.
Do.




4 4



90 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. .


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engiineering fo
ending January 27, 1906--Continued.

APPOINTMENTS IN UNITED STATES-Continued. :


Position.


Pipefitter ........
Carpenter........
.....do............
.....do...........
.....do............
Drill runner......
Track foreman....
Carpenter........
.....do......... ..
Steam-shovel fire-
man.
Track foreman....
Carpenter........
Stenographer.....


Carpenter........
.....do............
Blacksmith.......


Steam-shovel fire-
man.
Track foreman....
Machinist.......


Carpenter........
.....do............
.....do............
Machinist........


Salary.


p.h.
p.h.
p.h.
p. h.
p.h.
p.m.
p.m.
p. h.
p.h.
p.m.

p.m.
p.h.
p.m.


p.h.
p. b.
p.h.


p.m.

p. m.
p.h.


p.h.
p.h.
p. h.
p. h.


Hill, Fred J............
Jayne, Jno. F..........
Jones, Cecil R.........
Kaiser, Louis..........
Kohne, Frank J.......
Klein, Percy F........
Lavin, Jas.............
Mihialy, Rozner......
Pasewark,ArthurH. G
Prescott, Harry.......

Pierson, James C......
Quale, Roy L..........
Rabbitt, David F.....


Sweeney, Richard.....
Scott, Jas. H ..........
Surless, Jess C.........


Scbulze, Frank........

Scott, Robt. F........
Tighe, Saml. J........


Waters, Garnet.......
Wurst, Abraham......
Workman, W. B......
Welsh, Peter J........


Agranoff, Louis.......


80.65
.50
.56
.56
.56
125.00
125.00
.56
.56
83.33

125.00
.56
125.00


.56
.56
.65


Effective.


1906.
Jan. 13
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...

....do...
.... do...
....do...


....do...
....do...


Da
arr

I9
Jan
















....I


83.33 ....do......i

150.00 ....do......
.65 ....do... ....


....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...


....
...(
...(
....(


.56 ....do... ....


APPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS.


Name. Position. Salary. Date.


Albert, Chas...........
Bauer, Fred..........

Border, Ralph W......
Bryan, Jno. H.........
Barrett, Robert.......
Barnes, Chas. P.......

Cordovia, Antonio....
Carillo, Angel.........
Davis, Chas. F........
Collins, Percy E.......

Donohue, Geo.........
Dickson, Richard R...
Eirin, Jose...........
Garbe, Wm...........
Hantleman, Louis.....
Howard, Albert H....
Johnson, Fred........

Johns, Waldemar.....
Johnson, Jno.........
Kellemer, Geo.........
Kay, Alfred..... ......
Livingston, R. C......
Miles, Lloyd E........
Maloney, Michael E....

Moore, Jno. W........

Moseley, Philip P......
Moore, Jas. P........


Drill runner.........
Machinist...........

Copyist..............
Carpenter ..........
Drill runner..........
Machinist............

Carpenter...........
Deckhand ............
Engineer............
Machinist...........

Helper.............
Assistant timekeeper.
Carpenter............
.....do...............
.....do...............
Drill runner.........
Helper.... ..........

.....do........ .. ...
Deckhand..... ...
Painter.............
Trainman ...........
Clerk................
Trainman..........
Steam-shovel crane-
man.
Machinist............

Copyist...........
Fireman...........


p. m.
p.h.

p.m.
p.h.
p.m.
p.h.

p.h.
p.m.
p.m.
p.h.

p.h.
p.m.
p.h.
p.h.
p.h.
p.m.
p.h.

p.h.
p m.
p. b.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p. h.
p.b.

p.m.
p.m.


$83.33
.44

75.00
.56
83.33
.65

.32
35.00
150.00
.65

..25
60.00
.32
.56
.56
83.33
.25

.25
35.00
.44
83.33
8& 33
83.33
8333
185.00

.44

75.00
75.00


1906.
Jan. 25
Jan. 9

Jan. 22
....do...
Jan. 20
Jan. 9

Jan. 16
....do...
Jan. 22
....do...

Jan. 17
Jan. 13
Jan. 22
Jan. 23
Jan. 19
Jan. 25
Jan. 17

Jan. 18
Jan. 21
Jan. 22
Jan. 23
Jan. 20
Jan. 22
....do...

Jan. 11

Jan. 25
Jan. 24


Name.


Carpenter....... .h.


teof Assigment

toe.
.06. ... ..
i. 20 Master builder.
do... Do.
do... Do.
do... Do.
do... Do.
do.... Culebra division.
do... Do. .,.
do... Master builder.:
do... Do. -
do... Culebra divialon. ;.*

do... Do.
do... Master builder.
do... Superintendent *--i
tive power and t i -:
chinery.
do... Master builder.
do... Do.
do... Superintendent ma~- -
tive power and m31..'
chinery.
do... Culebra division. l

do... Do. ..
do... Superintendent m ."
tive power and 1*.::. I
chinery. ::i
do... Master builder. A
do... Do.
do... Do.
do... Superintendent mo-
tive power and
chinery.
do... Master builder. :





Assignment. I



Culebra division.
Superintendent motive ::
power and machinery.
Do. ..
Master builder.
Culebra division.
Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Master builder.
Cristobal division.
Culebra division.
Superintendent mottle :
power and machinery.
Do.
Labor and quarters.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Culebra division.
Superintendent motive
power and machinery..
Do. *
Cristobal division.
Master builder. :
Culebra division.
Do.
Do.
Do. .:!

Superintendent motlve
power and machinery.
Master builder.
Culebra division.

A i
*: .. :
.: '-..,









MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 91


itesp f omanges in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for week
ending January 27, 1906-Continued.

APPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS-Continued.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Assignments.


Pearson, James L ....

Pullin, Chas...........
Perryman, Henry....
. Qtiinlan, Dennis M.....

Rozieres, Ernest......
Robertson, Geo. W....
Reed, E. Donovan.....
SScharnharst, Jack.....

: Buries, Clarence........
St. Clair, Raymond....
Ttrnbull, Wm.........
'Wood, Geo. C.........
Watson, Edw.........

: Wilson, Jno...........
Wilson, Geo...........


Machinist............

Drill runner........
Laborer.............
Machinist............

.....do................
Drill runner.........
Foreman.............
Machinist ............

Helper...............
Drill runner ........
.....do................
Messenger ..........
Helper...............

Machinist's helper....
Carpenter............


p.h.

p. m.
p.h.
p. h.

p. h.
p.m.
p. m.
p. h.

p.h.
p.m.
p.m.
p. m.
p.h.

p.h.
p.b.


$0.56

75.00
.20
.44

.44
83.33
125.00
.32

.25
75.00
75.00
25.00
.25

.25
.56


1906.
Jan. 16

Jan. 22
Jan. 18
Jan. 12

Jan. 25
Jan. 23
Jan. 12
Jan. 13

Jan. 22
....do...
....do...
Jan. 23
Jan. 18

Jan. 17
Jan. 19


Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Culebra division.
Master builder.
Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Do.
Culebra division.
Municipal engineer.
Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Do.
Culebra division.
Do.
Master builder.
Superintendent motive
power and machinery.
Do.
Master builder.


1 REAPPOINTMENT ON ISTHMUS.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Assign- Previous em- Separation.
ment. ployment.


I1 Crompton, Rich-
ard.



VEnsenat,Antonio.


Golden, Wm. H...


Jerry, Edw. N....




Knight, Franklin.

SMoser, Anton.....




..Ritter, Carl.......


Robins, Robert...




Scheible, Chas....

.young, Frank C..

N .


Machinist... p. h.


.....do......


Conductor..


Machinist...




Carpenter...

Machinist..




Fireman....


Pipefitter...




Pit foreman


Maehinist...


p.h.


p.m.


p. h.




p.h.

p. h.


$0. 56




.44


150.00


.56




.56

.38


p.m. 40.00


p. h. .32




p.m. 100.00


p. h. .44


1906.
Jan. 9


Jan.


Jan.


Jan.


Jan. 17

Jan. 18




Jan. 16


Jan. 22


Jan.


'Jan.


Superin-
tendent
motive
po wer
and ma-
chinery.
.....do ....


Culebra
divi-
sion.
Superin-
tendent
motive
power
and ma-
chinery.
Master
builder.
Superin-
tendent
motive
power
and ma-
chinery.
Cristobal
d i v i-
sion.
Superin-
tendent
in ot i ve
power
and ma-
chinery.
Culebra
di vi-
sion.
Superin-
tendent
moti ve
power
and ma-
chinery.


Machinist, $0.65,
municipal en-
gineer.


Helper, $0.30,
Culebra divi-
sion.
Foreman, $100,
Culebra divi-
sion.
Machinist, $0.45,
superintend-
ent motive
power and ma-
chinery.

Carpenter, $0.56,
masterbuilder.
Machimst, 30.38,
superintend-
ent motive
power and
machinery.

Fireman, 40,
Cristobal di-
vision.
Locomotive en-
gineer, $125,
Culebra divi-
sion.


Carpenter,
$0.50, master
builder.
Foreman,
5100, master
builder.


Dec. 26,1905,
quit.



July 27,1905,
quit.

Feb. 24,1905,
quit.

Sept. 18,1905
quit.



Jan. 11, 1906,
discharged.
Jan. 10, 1906,
discharged.



Jan. 9, 1906,
. quit.

Jan. 4,1906,
discharged



Nov. 21,1905,
quit.

Dec. 23, 1905,
quit.


*1


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92 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and EngiintritK
ending January 27, 1906-Continued.

TRANSFERS WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT.

Name. Position. Salary. Date. From- To-


1905.
Dolphy, Ernest...... Timekeeper. p.m. $75.00 Aug. 21 Laborand quarters. Masterbul

190&.
Filkins, Geo. E...... Machinist... p.h. .44 Jan. 23 Superintendent mo- Culebra divls
tive power and
machinery.
Gardner, Wm. H.... .....do...... p.h. .65 Feb. 1 .....do ............. Do.
Herman, Albert O... Carpenter... p.h. .56 Jan. 22 Master builder...... Superintaed
motive.' d:

Iffla, Solomon A..... Machinist... p. h. .65 Jan. 20 Superintendent mo- Mui~lcgal. i
tive power and never.
machinery.
Johnson, Nelson R.. Clerk....... p.m. 100.00 Jan. 24 La Bocadivision.. Do.
Start, Wm. A....... .....do...... p.m. 125.00 Jan. 10 Laborandquarters. Superlntnm
motive p
and macbbs
Tighe, Jos. M........ .....do...... p.m. 125.00 Jan. 23 Cristobaldivision... La Boo aditvi


TRANSFERS TO THIS DEPARTMENT. :

1906.
Lavenaire, Emanuel. Clerk....... p.m. 583.33 Jan. 1 Material and sup- Labor and iQ
plies, terms.
1905.
McNorman, Peter... Foreman.... p.m. 83.33 Aug. 9 Panama R. ....... Master buildIr
Power,Jno.A....... Stenogra- p.m. 125.00 ....o......do.............. municipal on
pher. never.
_________________ ___ ____________ ___ i i -j


TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT.


Adams, Chas. W...

Fitzpatrick, T. Edw.
Gray, Albert H......
Knox, T. B........

McNorman, Peter...


Stenogra-
pher.
....do......
Steam-shovel
engineer.
Assistant
foreman.

Foreman....


p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.


3125.00

125.00
210.00

75.00

83.33


1906.
Jan. 13

....do...
Jan. 2

Jan. 11

1905.
June 1


Construction and
engineering.
.....do... ......
Culebra d vision...

.....do.............

Master builder......


.1906.
Feb. 1
....do...

....do...

....do...

....do...

....do...
....do...
....do...

....do...

....do...

....do...


Government" "Hi
sanitation.
Local auditor.
Panama R. i'i :

Material and T N!
pifes.'
Panama RH.
-I--


PROMOTIONS.

Name. Position. Salary. To- Date. DflA.la''
_________- __ _. __ __ ,,,, ,:,i,


Alexander, E. E...
Benninger, Sher-
man A.

Brewer, L. A......

Croft, Kenneth B..

Chernaboeff, Ivan.

Crawford, Earle...
Duffy, Michael.....
Decker, Frank J...

Fielding, Wm.J...

Hood, Frederick...

Kirk, Jos. S.......


Foreman.....
Machinist....

Foreman.....

General fore-
man.
Helper .......

Carpenter....
Fireman .....
Machinist....

Rodman .....

Helper.......

Steam-shovel
craneman.


p. m.5100. 00
p.h. .44

p.m. 100.00

p.m. 150.00

p.h. .25

p.b. .32
p.m. 75.00
p.h. .44

p.m. 83.33

p.h. .25

p.m. 185.00


Foreman, 5125........
Machinist, $0.56.......

Foreman, $125........

Supervisor, $175......

Carpenter, 0.32......

Carpenter $0.38.......
Fireman, V83.33.......
Machinist, 50.56.......

Levelman, 100.......

Machinist, 50.32.......

Steam-shovel engi-
neer, 210.


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I MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 93


of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for week
ending January 87, 1906--Continued.
PROMOTIONS-Continued.

:'" Naime. Position. Salary. To- Date. Division.


1906.
" Eopoof, Parveu.... Helper....... p.h. $0.25 Carpenter, 0.32....... Feb. 1 Superintendent
motive power
A... ..and machinery.
KXra4ce Wm........ Assistant p.m. 75.00 Foreman,583.33....... .. do... Municipal engi-
foreman. gineer.
koore,Jno. W..... Machinist.... p.h. .44 Machinist, 50.56..........do.. Superintendent
Motive power
and machinery.
dealer, Chas. L.... Pit foreman.. p.m. 83.33 Pit foreman, 5100..... ....do... Culebra.
iB dez, Manuel... Fireman..... p.m. 40.00 Oder, 545............ Jan. 16 Cristobal.
urtha, Wm. J.... Drill runner. p.m. 100.00 Drill runner, 5125..... Feb. 1 Culebra.
.iodanotkin, Alex. Helper....... p.h. .25 Carpenter, 0.32.........do... Superintendent
.. "i motive power
and machinery.
uhle, Emil....... Machinist.... p.h. .44 Machinist, s0.56..........do... Do.
W I ,Jos. M.........do....... p.h. .65 Foreman, $175............do... Do.
ith, L. G........ General p.m. 75.00 Roundsman, $83.33........do.. Labor and quar-
roundsman. ters.
i .e, Jos. M...... Clerk ........ p.m. 125.00 Chief clerk, $150....... ....do... La Boca.
Tylor, Richard E. Carpenter.... p.h. .56 Generalforeman, 150. Jan. 22 Master builder.
1905.
Whittle, Robt..... Plumber-.... p.h. .56 General foreman Dec. 1 Do.
plumber, $165.
1906.
il.iams, F.J..... Foreman..... p.m. 125.00 General foreman, $150. Feb. 1 Culebra.

REDUCTIONS.

1906.
Jrrell, Lee J...... Carpenter.... p.h. $0.56 Trainman, 100...... Jan. 11 Culebra.
Iein, Percy F..... Drill runner. p.m. 125.00 Drill runner, 383.33.... Jan. 20 Do.
'.mit, Jos ......... Plasterer..... p.h. .35 Plasterer, $0.32....... Feb. 1 Master builder.

?i DISCHARGES.


:" Name. Position.


am, Edw......... Painter.......
Aprnard, Geo......... Carpenter.....
lt:ardw, Geo.......... Molder........

|pIote, A. S .......... Carpenter.....

J Larry...... General fore-
man.
tate 1 Thos. H........ Carpenter.....
iDickon, Richard R. Assistant
timekeeper.
;o Michael J........ Plumber......
:krdiner, A. F ........ Foreman......

Bs son, Peter........ Carpenter....
Xaekson, Wm ......... ...do........
atho, Edmund D. ... Foreman .....
gAlexandier..... Machinist...

&-vey, Friend S.. Trainman.....
hipGaston P-,.... A is.tan t
Pa c engineer.
.Patrik J..... Machinist.....

h y,,M a ....... *Foreman......
a r,. Stanley-... Engineer......
f,?l... ..... Levelmaa.....
itti ae ......... Labor.....n -
t .y, Washing- Carpenter.....


Salary.


p.h. $0.32
p. h. .56
p.h. .65

p.h. .56

p.m. 150.00
p. h. .56
p.m. 60.00
p. h. .75

p.m. 125.00

p. h. .56
p. h. .56
p.m. 100.00
p.h. .44

p.m. 83.33
p.m. 200.00
p.h. .65

p.m. 100.00
p.m. 150.00
p.m. 100.00

p. ... .20'
p.h. .32


Date.


1906.
Jan. 23
Jan. 24

Jan. 22

Jan. 13
1905.
Nov. 4
1906.
Jan. 23
Jan. 22
Jan. 16
1905.
Dec. 29
1906.
Jan. 24
Jan. 15
Jan. 23
....do...

Jan. 26
Jan. 17
Jan. 22

Jan. 20
Jan. 24
....do...

Jan. 19
Jan. 23


Cause.


Drunkenness......
Sickness (disabil-
ity).
Unsatisfactory
record.

Sickness (disabil-
ity).
Unsatisfactory
service.
Insubordinate.....
Inefficient ........

Absenting himself
without leave.
Unsatisfactory
service.
Incompetent......
Drunkenness.....
Insubordinate....
Previous record...

Causing wreck....
Absenting himself
without leave.
Incompetent......

Exceeding leave...
Causing collision..
Not returning
from leave.
Failure to report.
Incompetent......


Division.



Master builder.
Do.

Superi ntendent
motive power
and machinery.
Master builder.

Culebra.
Master builder.
Labor and quar-
ters.
Master builder.
Culebra.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Culebra.
Do.

Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Master builder.
Culebra.
Municipal engi-.
neer.
Master builder..
Do.


K.








94 MINUTTEB OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. .


Report of changes in personnel of tWe Department of Construction and EWgineering for
ending January 27, 1906--Continued.

RESIGNATIONS.
F?..L


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division.


1906.
Brown, H. M......... Carpenter foreman.... p.m. $125.00 Jan. 17 Master builder.
Henderldng, Wm. R... Machinist............. p.h. .65 Jan. 31 Superintendent moti 0
power and machinery. '7,h


LEFT THE SERVICE.


1906.
Averhill, Jas. H....... Steam-shovelengineer p.m. $210.00 Jan. 26 Culebra.

1905.
Brandreth, Ralph,jr.. Copyist............... p.m. 75.00 Dec. 31 Master builder.

1906.
Barnes, Charles P..... Machinist............. p.h. .65 Jan. 24 Superintendent motilV
power and machinery.::
Bateman, Robert...... Copyist............... p.m. 75.00 Jan. 4 Culebra. -:

1905.
Crompton, Richard.... Machinist............ p.h. .65 Dec. 26 Municipalengineer.

1906.
Graft, Victor M....... Clerk................. p.m. 83.33 Jan. 25 Division of meteorology'l.:
river hydraulics. M;
George Constantine.... Machinist............ p.h. .44 Jan. 17 La Boca.
Hendrick, Charles..... Copyist............... p.m. 75.00 ....do... Do.
Johnson, Andrew A.... General foreman....... p.m. 200.00 Jan. 19 Culebra.
Peterson, Peter H.... Foreman............. p.m. 100.00 ....do... Do.
Ritter, Carl.......... Fireman............. p.m. 40.00 Jan. 9 Cristobal.
Dempsey, Daniel J.... General foreman...... p.m. 150.00 Jan. 19 Culebra.

1905.
Fleming, Chas......... Laborer.............. p.h. .20 Dec. 16 Master builder.
Gover, Dudley ......... .....do................ p.h. .20 Dec. 30 Do. ,

1906.
Livengood, Frank M... Clerk................. p.m. 10000 Jan. 24 Superintendent motlrv
power and machinery. -
Moore, Wm. J......... Fireman.............. p.m. 83.33 Jan. 26 C ebra.
Moustaka, Hector..... Machinist............ p.h. .65 Jan. 22 Superintendent motive
power and machinery .' ':
Mulligan,James....... Blacksmith........... p.h. .65 Jan. 23 Do.


DEATH.


1906.
Spencer, Albert D..... Machinist............. p.h. $0.44 Jan. 23 Superintendent motivl'
power and machinery.


CORRECTIONS AND CHANGES TN PREVIOUS REPORTS.


As reported. Correction.


Cross, Chris, carpenter, discharged Dec. 27, 1905; report of Dec. 30, 1905.. Gross, Chris.
Dove, Jacob P., machinist, promoted Dec. 1, 1905; report of Dec. 23, 1905. Dovell, Jacob P.
Ernest, Allen, carpenter, discharged Jan. 5, 1906; report of Jan. 11906.. Canceled. .:
La Haye, Solomon J., molder, discharged Ang. 17, 1905; report of Aug. Do.
19, 1905.
Mullal. Frank J., plumber, discharged Dec. 21,1905; report of Jan. 6,1906. Effective date, Dec. D3, tWi
Purscliwitz, Paul, machinist, promoted Dec. 1, 1905; report of Dec. 23, Purakwitz, Paul.
1905.
Short, Chas. M., machinist, promoted Dec. 1, 1905; report of Dec. 23, 1905. Boilermaker.
Thompson, Wilford, chief cook, reduced Jan. 1, 1906; report of Jan. 20, Thompson, Wilfred.
1906.
Titzck, Jos., machinist, appointed Jan. 6, 1906; report of Jan. 20, 1906... Effective date, Jan. 2, i&i|
Whittle, Robt., plumber, promoted Dec. 1, 1905; report of Dec. 23, 1906.. Canceled. ::i,
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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 95


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering,for week
ending February 3, 1906.

APPOINTMENTS IN UNITED STATES.

I .- .


Name.


Akers, Ralph P........
Andresen, Trygve.....
Anderson, Osmund....
SAmes, Isaac C.........
Arney, Henry.........
SAndersen, Hans.......
SArena, Hugo...........
Bowdler, Frank E.....
Brown, Geo. E........


Brynildsen, Ludvig T.
B.
SBonardel, Lester......
Bourt, Wm............
Blum, Leo H ..........
Bonson, Anton........
SBelding, Frank A.....


Barrington, Jno.......
SBroome, Louis........
Carmichael, Jas. A....
Corn, Bernard.......
Clark, Jno. M..........
Davis, Owen M........


Evans, Harry........
r Edwards, Avery B....

Durant, Jack..........


:Decker, Arthur J......
'Daugherty, Win. H...


Friedman, Sam].......
.Farus, Alexander.....


Ferrete, Julius.........
Feyk, B..............
Griffith, Reginald L...
Grifiths, Thos. C......
Gleitz, Wm.........
Greenlee, David E.....


.Henders6n, Arthur....
Hay, Jas..............
Hockenberry, Olie P...


Harris, Chas...........
Harling, Harry........
Johnson, Jno..........
Jones, Bennie W......

Kirkland, Jno.........


Kistinger, Oscar F. M..
Larsen, Thos..........
Lindsey, Jos. H ......

Larson, Erik..........
Magnussen, Mathias...
Miller, Bradford.......


Phail, Walter B....
Marshall, Jas. W......
Magnusen, Magnus ....
Morris, Michael........


urthe. Ralph D....


Position.


Stenographer.....
Carpenter........
.....do ...........
Track foreman...
Carpenter .......
.....do............
Machinist........
Rodman..........
Locomotive
painter.

Carpenter ........

.....do...........
.....do ..........
.....do............
.....do............
Machinist.........


Stenographer .....
Levelman ........
Carpenter........
.....do............
.....do............
Stenographer.....


Drill runner.....
Telegraph opera-
tor.
Machinist.........


Salary. Effective.


1906.
p.m. $125.00 Jan. 25
p.h. .56 Jan. 18
p.h. .56 .... do...
p.m. 100.00 ....do...
p.h. .56 ....do...
p.h. .56 ....do...
p.h. .65 Jan. 25
*p.m. 83.33 Jan. 18
p.h. .65 ....do...


p.h.

p.h.
p.h.
p.h.
p.h.
p.h.


p.m.
p.m.
p.h.
p.h
p.h.
p.m.


p.m.
p.m.

p.h.


Carpenter........ p.h.
Machinist......... p.h.


Carpenter........ p h.
Machinist......... p h.


Carpenter......
.....do............
Rodman..........
Drill runner......
Carpenter....:...
Machinist ........


p.h.
p.h.
p.m.
p.m.
p.h.
p.h.


Carpenter-....... p.h.
.....do............ p.h.
Machinist ........ p.h.


.....do............
Carpenter........
.....do............
Telegraph opera-
tor.
Machinist.........


Rodman.........
Carpenter........
Telegraph opera-
tor.
Carpenter........
.....do...........
Mechanical drafts-
man.

Machinist.-.......
..-. do............ ..
Carpenter.......
Boilermaker......


p.h.
p.h.
p.h.
p.m.

p.h.


p.m.
p.h.
p.m.

p. h.
p.h.
p.m.


p.h.
p.h.
p. h.
p.h.


Rodman.........I p.m.


.56

.56
.56
.56
.56
.65


125.00
125.00
.56
.56
.56
125.00


125.00
125.00

.65


Date of Assignment.
arrival.


1906.
Feb. 1
Jan. 26
....do...
....d1o...
....do...
....do...
Feb. 1
Jan. 26
Jan. 25


....do... Jan. 26


....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
Jan. 25


....do...
....do...
Jan. 18
....do...
Jan. 25
Jan. 18


....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
Feb. 1


.... do...
....do...
Jan. 26
....do...
Feb. 1
Jan. 26


....do... ...do...
Jan. 25 Feb. 1

....do.. ....do...


.56 ....do... ....do...
.65 ...do... ....do...


.56 ....do.. ..do...
.65 ....do... ....do...


.56
.56
83.33
125.00
.56
.65


Jan. 18
....do...
....do...
....do...
Jan. 25
....do...


.56 Jan. 18
.56 Jan. 25
.65 ....do...


.65
.56
.56
125.00

.65


83.33
.56
83.33

.56
.56
100.00


.65
.65
.56
.65


83.33


....do...
....do...
Jan. 18
Jan. 25


Jan. 26
....do...
....do...
....do...
Feb. 1
....do...


Jan. 26
Feb. 1
....do...


....do...
...do...
Jan. 26
Feb. 1


...do...)....do...


....do...
Jan. 18
....do...


....do...
Jan. 26
....do...


....do... ....do..
....do... ....do...
....do... ....do...


....do... ...do...
....do. ...do...
...do... ....do...
Jan. 25 Feb. 1


....do... ....do...


Local auditor.
Master builder.
Do.
Material and supplies.
Master builder.
Do.
Cristobal division.
Chagres division.
Superintendent
motive power and
machinery.
Master builder.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent
motive power and
machinery.
Do.
Chagres division.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent
motive power and
machinery.
Culebra division.
Do.

Superintendent
motive power and
machinery.
Master builder.
Superintendent
motive power and
machinery.
Master builder.
Superintendent
motive power and
machinery.
Master builder.
Do.
Chagres division.
Culebra division.
Master builder.
Superintendent
motive power and
machinery.
Master builder.
Do.
Superintendent
motive power and
machinery.
Do.
Mater builder.
"Do.
Panama Railroad.

Superintendent
motive power and
machinery.
Culebra division.
Master builder.
Culebra division.

Master builder.
Do.
Superintendent
motive power and
machinery.
Do
Do.
Master builder.
Superintendent
motive power and
machinery.
Municipal engineer.








96 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 4


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and EngineeSiag f
ending February 8, 1906-Cotntinued.

APPOINTMENTS IN UNITED STATES-Continued.


Name.


Murphy, Frank........


MoAllister, Win. P....
Merrill, Philip.........
Natkai, Julius.........
Nenonen, Alex......... .
Patterson, Neil.........
Perry, Walter L. G....
Purcell, Jerry T.......
Rump, Henry F......
Rowell. Jno. W........ .
Sunkler, Fritz......... .
Stevens, Geo. H....... .
Spicknall, Silas H......
Snow, Frank E........
Sayre, Homer D.......
Simenovitch, Norce ...
Twitchell, Chas........ .
Taylor, Dunklin.......
Thornton, Edmund B.

Unger, Peter..........
Wildes, Alonzo F.....
White, Wm..........


Watts, Herbert I.....
Wielage, Geo.........
Wheeler, Chas. P....


White, Vernie G.......


Position.


Boilermaker......I p.h.


Drill runner......
Levelman ........
Carpenter.......
....do............
....do............
Draftsman......
Track foreman....
Carpenter........
.....do...........
.....do............
....do............
.....do............
Foreman.........
Stenographer ....
Carpenter........
...do...........
Track foreman...
Telegraph opera-
tor.
Carpenter .......
Machinist ........
Molder...........


Stenographer .....
Carpenter........
Machinist ........


Salary. Effective.


p.m.
p.m.
p.h.
p.h.
p.h.
p.m.
p.m.
p.b.
p.b.
p.h.
p.h.
p.h.
p.m.
p.m.
p.h.
p.h.
p.m.
p.m.

p.h.
p.h.
p.h.


p.m.
p.b.
p.h.


Drill runner...... p m.


30.65


125.00
125.00
.56
56
.56
100.00
1W.00
.56
.56
.56
.56
.56
150.00
100.00
.56
.56
100.00
83.33

.56
.65
.65


1906.
Jan. 25


....do...

Jan. 18
....do...
....do...
Jan. 25
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
...do...

....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...


Date of
arrival.

1906.
Feb. 1


....do...
....do...
Jan. 26
....do...
....do...
Feb. 1
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...


....do... ....do...
....do... ....do...
...do........do...


125.00 ....do... ....do...
.56 Jan. 18 Jan. 26
.65 ....do.......do...


125.00 ....do....


..do...


Assignmsnti
-------.uJ~

Saperintqxnt)d
motive poiWi 1:
macbiner. .. ,.I
Culebra divt:Ao;.i-
Chagres divsiov~an
Master builder.
Do.
Do
Municipal 6g0 eeiK
Culebra diviaona.
Master buder. i-
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Municipal e '
Cristobal dvi
Master bulder ..
Do.
Culebra divlsioil,,
Do.

Master buildt6 .':".r
Cristobal diviapnt
Super i'te'n
motive power *i
machinery.
Do.
Master builder. i
8upe r inte n d
motive power A.:
machinery.-
Culebra division. 5


APPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS.


Name.


Position.


Albrecht, Oscar........ Deckhand...........
Athey, Chas. E........ Clerk................


Burnham, Allen M.....
Baquie, Paley S........
Carswell, Louis C......
Culkin, Wm............

Clause, Wm............
Cottrell, Richard.......
Cunningham, Jno......

De La Haye, Jas.......
Dunn, Andrew........
Defelippi, Mike.... .
Duncan, Stuart........
Fernstrom, Thos. 0....
Frederichs, J. A. E.....

Feurtado, Jos. S.......
Gordon, Robt..........
Galliher, Edw. L.......
Hill, Ralph H........

Herz, Simon...........
Hanlon, Michael.......
Johnson, Wm..........
Marquis, Geo. A.......

McAllister, Frank I....
McIntyre, Geo. H......
Morandi, Paul.........
McKernan, Wm........
Nethersole, Jno........
Pegg, Jno..............


Drill runner.........
Carpenter ..........
Conductor...........
Machinist...........

Tinner...............
Drill runner.........
Coppersmith.........

Machinist helper......
Mason foreman.......
Drill runner.........
Plumber.............
Pit foreman...........
Machinist............

.....do..............
Laborer.............
Carpenter...........
Apprentice ..........

Clerk................
Machinist...........
Drill runner.........
Clerk...............

Conductor...........
Trainman ...........
Drill runner........
Cahrptenthelper.....
Decka ...........
Machinist.............


Salary.


p.m. 835.00
p.m. 125.00

p.m. 83.33
.p.h. .50
p.m. IZ0.00
p.h. .65

p.h. .50
p.m. 83.33
p.h. .65

p.h. .25
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 83.33
p.h. .ib
p.m. 83.33
p.h. .65

p.h. .65
p.h. .20
p.h. .56
p.h. .124

p.m. 100.00
p.h. .65
p.m. 83.33
p.m. 125.00

p.m. 150.00
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 83.33
p.h. .26
p.m. 35.00
p.h. 44


Date.


1906.
Feb. 1
Jan. 24

Feb. 1
Jan. 29
Feb. 2
Feb. 1

Jan. 29
....do...
Jan. 19

Jan. 24
Jan. 26
Jan. 29
Jan. 26
Feb. 1
Jan. 29

Jan. 17
Jan. '29
Jan. 26
Jan. 29

Jan. 22
Jan. 27
Jan. 29
Jan. 31

Jan. 29
Jan. 26
Jan. 29
Jan. 27
Jan. 29
....do...


Asaigntment. -,
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Cristobal division. : ,
Superintendentmotths e ;
er and machinery.
Culebra division. ;
Master builder.
Culebra division.
Superintendent motive g
er and machine '
Master builder.
Culebra division.
Superintendent moot" i
er and machinery. :
Do.
Master builder.
Culebra division. .
Master builder. ..
Culebra division.
Superintendent motiae 'i
er and machinery.. :::!
Do.
Master builder. '
Do.
Superintendent motkh pi
er and machldnery.
Do. -7
Do. : *
Culebra divisioatn
Superintendent motlvep
er and machinery. :-
Culebra division.

Do.
Master builder.
Cristobal division.
Superintendent mqt*v
er and ai .: .h
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IRITTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 97


*JBpote of changes in personnel of the Department of Construdion and Engineering for week
ending February 3, 1906--Continued.

APPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS-Continued.


S Name.



ixoe, Geo. W.........
IRose, Chas.............
Iiley, Jas..........
Savage, Jno. T..........
Salary, Aubrey........

Smith, Chas. G.........
Iacbaff, Wm ............

/Starmore, Geo.........
T'homas, Gwilym......
VVon Kroog Robt......
)Vallely, Alfred.........

Wallace, Henry........
Willson, Edw. W......
Wilson, Jno. J.........


Position.


Trainman............
Foreman.............
Fireman.............
Engineer............
Machinit............

Copyist..............
Machinist...........

.....do..............
Drill runner..........
Deckhand............
Machinist...........
Deckhand ...........
Clerk................
Drill runner.........


Salary. Date.


1906.
p.m. 3100.00 Jan. 25
p.m. 100.00 Jan. 29
p.m. 75.00 Jan. 27
p.m. 150.00 Feb. 1
p.h. .56 Jan. 29

p.m. 75.00 Jan. 27
p.h. .65 Jan. 29

p.h. .44 Jan. 27
p.m. 81.33 Jan. 29
p.m. 35.00 Jan. 30
p. .56 Jan. 16

p.m. 35.00 Jan. 30
p.m. 125.00 Jan. 22
p.m. 83.33 Jan. 29


Assignment.


Culebra division.
Master builder.
Culebra division.
Do.
Superintendent motive pow-
er and machinery.
Culebra division.
Superintendent motive pow-
er and machinery.
Do.
Culebra division.
Cristobal division.
Superintendent motive pow-
er and machinery.
Cristobal division.
Labor and quarters.
Culebra division.


REAPPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS.

Previous em- Separation
V a Name. Position. Salary. Date. Assignment. ploymen. date; hown


1906.
Antonsan. Deckhand.. p.m. $35.00 Jan. 29 Cristobal divi- Helper,50.25,su- Dec.20,1905.
. Albert. sion. perintende n t Quit.
motive power
and machin-
ery.
Ihernaboeff.. Helper...... p.h. .25 Jan. 25 Superintendent .....do......... Nov.28,1905.
motivepower Quit.
and machin-
ery.
rrick, Bart Foreman .. p.m. 125.00 Jan. 18 Municipal engi- Foreman, $125, Jan. 14,1906.
. never. superinte n d- Discharged.
ent motive
power and
machinery.
iray, Jas... blacksmith. p.m. 100.00 Feb. 1 Culebra divi- Machinist, $0.44, Dec. 31,1905.
sion. superinte n d- Quit.
ent motive
power and
machinery.
* uarra, Ro- Carpenter.. p.b. .44 Jan. 25 Superintendent Carpenter, 0.44, Do.
berto. motive power master build-
I and machin- er.
.. ery.
superinte n d- Quit.
ent motive
power and
machinery.


TRANSFERS WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT.

Name. Position. Salary. Date. From- To-


1906.
heson, W. M.... Transitman.. p.m. $150.00 Feb. 1 Master builder.... Municipal engi-
neer.
dams, Stephen... Engineer....... p.m. 150.00 ....do... Municipal engi- Culebra division.
Sneer.
lBtnmOlinB.. Carpenter...... p.h. .56 Jan. 26 Master builder... Do.
ife, Fred... Assistant fore- p.m. 75.00 Feb. 1 .....do........... Municipal engi-
man. never.
man, Wm.... Foreman car- p.h. .56 ...do........do............ Do.
penter.
Abbs, Walter.... Computer...... p.m. 100.00 Jan. 30 Division of me- Labor and quar-
teorology and ters.
river hyaraulics.
r,R. ... Rodiaan........ p.m. 83.33 Feb. 1 .....do............. Municipal engi-
D never.


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98 MINUTES OF THE EXROUTIVE COMMITTS. I

Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Enginrosip
ending February 8, 1906--Continued.

TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT.


Name.


Position. Salary. Date. From-


Chatfield, Mary A Stenographer... p.m. $100.00


De Bardelben, M.
V.
Garrison. Edgar S.
Leftwich, Robt....
Morris, David R..

Osborne, Thos.....
Remon, Jose E....
Vince, Philip......

Williams, Wm. H..


Trainman......

Stenographer...
Steam-shovel
engineer.
Clerk..........

Steam shovel
craneman.
Copyist........
Stenographer...

Fireman ........


p. m.

p.m.
p.m.
p. m.

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

p.m.


100.00

125.00
210.00
125.00

185.00
75.00
125.00

75.00


1906.
Feb. 1

1905.
Aug. 9
1906.
Feb. 1
Jan. 26
Feb. 1

Jan. 26
....do...
Feb. 1

Jan. 26


Division of me-
teorology and
river hydraulics.
Culebra division..

Master builder....
Culebra division..
Division of me-
teorology and
river hydraulics.
Culebra division.
Municipal engi-
neer.
Division of me-
teorology and
river hydraulics,
Culebra division..


PROMOTIONS.


Name. Position. Salary. To- Date. Dif 91&i T

1906.
Byers, Lou C...... Carpenter...... ph. $0.56 Engine driver, Feb. 1 Municipal.::
$125. neer.
Coyne, Michael.... Pit foreman.... p.m. 100.00 Foreman, $125.......... d.. Culebra. '
Coyne, Jno. B..... Fireman....... p.m. 83.33 Foreman, $100........do... Do: ..r
Ellis, David....... Assistant fore- p.m. 75.00 .....do........... ....do... Municipal
man. never. 'C l
Flynn, Jno. H. jr.. Draftsman..... p.m. 125.00 Draftsman. 150-. Jan. 1 Buperiltt'e N
motive
and
Filkins, Geo. E.... Machinist...... p.h. .44 Engineer, 5150.... Jan. 23 Calebra.
Fletcher, Thoa. A.. Assistant time- p.m. 50.00 Copyist, 575...... Feb. 1 CristobaL ",
keeper. 1
Graves, Edw...... Conductor...... p.m. 125.00 Conductor, S50.. ....do... Culebra.
Gardner, W. H.... Tool room man. p.h. .65 Foreman, $125.... ....do... Do. U -.4Bi
Kemp, Lewis...... Conductor...... p.m. 125.00 Conductor, 160. ....do... Do. 'i!!i
Titzk, Jos......... Machinist...... p.h. .56 Machinist, 10.65 .....do... Superiataa4l
I motive ..
and ,j I

REDUCTIONS. ..

1006. A
Chisholm, Colin B.. Carpenter...... ph. 30.56 Trainman, $100... Jan. 26 Culebra.
Dixon, Jas......... Machinist...... p.h. .65 Machinist, 50.56.. Feb. 1 SBaperintearu
motive ..sWMF
and a!bafSil
Lavenaire, Em- Clerk.......... p.m. 83.33 Medeenger clerk, Jan. 1 Labor~aLnd m.
manuel. 860. terms.
1905.
Morley, Jno. F.... Painter......... p.h. .65 Clerk, 83.3...... Dec. 24 Do. Tr
1906.
Wilson, Wm....... Machinist...... p.h. .65 Machinist, 0.56... Feb. 1 SuperaItegt
motive


REBATED AND RECLASSIFIED. 0 :

1906.
Rlll, Fred J....... Pipeatter....... p.. 30.65 Bricklayer, 30.65.. Jan. 20 Masterbuide "


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