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MINUTES OF MEETINGS OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL
COMMISSION.


ONE HUNDRED AND SECOND MEETING.
[First quarterly session of 1906.]
WASHINGTON, D. C., January 1, 1906.
Under the following Executive order, issued on December 7, 1905,
the Commission met in Washington instead of on the Isthmus, as
required by the President's order of April 1, 1905:
EXECUTIVE ORDER.
The quarterly session of the Isthmian Canal Commission for the 1st of January
next may be held at the office of the Commission in Washington, D. C., instead of at
the office of the governor of the Canal Zone bn the Isthmus of Panama, as provided
in Executive order of April 1, 1905, in view of the necessity of the Commission for
considering the report of the advisory board of engineers and the impossibility of
leaving so soon for the Isthmus.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
THE WHITE HOUSE, December 7, 1905.
Present: Chairman Shonts, Commissioners Endicott, Hains, Ernst,
and Harrod, and Joseph Bucklin Bishop as secretary.
Mr. John F. Sevens, chief engineer, was present on invitation
throughout the session.
1. The minutes of the one hundred and first meeting were read.
Attention was called to paragraph 4 of these minutes, in reference
to the payment of the rolls of a joint purchasing office in New York,
and at the request of the general auditor this was amended so as to be
effective on January 1, 1906, instead of on November 1, 1905.
The minutes as amended were approved.
2. The chairman called attention to the provision contained in para-
Sgraph 9 of the minutes of tle one hundredth meeting of the Isthmian
: Canal Commission, held at Washington, October 30, 1905, that-
The compensation of an employee at the rate specified in his provisional appoint-
; ment will begin upon the date of embarkation at port of departure from the United
SStates, and no payment upon account thereof shall be made until after thirty days'
.i-- service on the Isthmus,
P .i it was
i; :. Re,;:::: solved, That this clause be amended to read as follows:
p T':: he compensation of an employee at the rate specified in his pro-
t dional appointment will begin upon the date of embarkation at port
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of departure from the United States, but no payment upon account of ::"
salary adcrued from the date of departure until the date of actual duty: .:,
on the Isthmus shall be made until after thirty days' service on the ;
Isthmus."
and it was further
Resolved, That such provision shall be applied only to resignation '
and not to discharges or other separations from the service which are
beyond the employees' control, this qualification to be effective from
October 30, 1905.
3. A circular superseding Circular No. 12, in regard to traveling
expenses, was submitted and adopted, as follows:

THE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION,
Washington, D. C., January I, 190. .:
Circular No. 20. iSuperseding Circular No. 12.)
TRAVELING EXPENSES.
1. The following regulations concerning traveling expenses of officers and
employees of the Commission are published for the information and guidance of all
concerned. They do not refer to travel upon the Isthmus of Panama by officers '"
and employees stationed upon the Isthmus, unless such travel is at the beginning or
at the termination of a journey extending beyond the Isthmus.
2. Before incurring any expense (for which payment by the United States is to
be claimed) in traveling upon the business of the Commission an officer or employee
must procure from the proper officer an order in writing which shall specify the duty
assigned and the travel to be performed as specifically as circumstances will permit.
This shall be signed by the chairman of the Commission or by his direction, except :
that for travel of officers and employees stationed on the Isthmus the order may be ".
signed by the member of the Commission acting as governor of the Canal Zone, or
by the chief engineer, or by their direction by an officer authorized by resolution of
the Commission to represent them in such cases. When an officer or employee is at
a distance from the officers authorized to sign travel orders and the necessity for.
immediate travel will not permit of the delay necessary to procure an order, or when
other conditions render it impracticable to obtain an order without serious injury to
the public interests, he may proceed without such an order, reporting at once in
writing to the head of his department the necessity for the travel without orders.
3. All travel must be by the shortest practicable routes unless otherwise directed.-
by the travel order, arid must be without unnecessary delays. Proper and legitimate.
travel expenses include such as are usual and essential to the comfort of travelers,
and may embrace any of the following items: ..
(n) The usual one way, or where time limits are found to be ample, round-trip .
fares on railroads, steamships, or other public conveyances; and hire of special
transportation where there are no regular means of conveyance. The use of mile-:.
age books, commutation tickets, or acceptance of rebates in any form on fares is pro'.
hibited. Payment of fares to conductors of trains must be shown by subvoucherand "'
reasons why tickets were not purchased explained. Charges for meals will not be
allowed if the transportation charge includes meals. "Excess baggage" charges must
be explained, and to be allowed must be for official papers or public property carried '.;
with the officer or employee. Travel on limited trains requiring excess fares will.
not be allowed except when absolutely necessary, and the account shall contain a.;
certificate setting forth this necessity.

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(b) Street car, omnibus, or transfer coach fare between stations, docks, and hotels,
and, when there are no such conveyances available, moderate or necessary hack or
cab hire, not exceeding the usual and legal rates, and transfer of baggage. Street-
car fare while on official business during the time spent in a city will be allowed,
but the necessity for employing a more expensive means of conveyance must be
explained in the account for consideration of the Commission.
(c) $leeping-car fares for one double berth, parlor car seat, and fare for usual state-
room accommodations on vessels; also fees to porters on sleeping and parlor cars,
not exceeding 25 cents in one day, and reasonable fees to porters for handling bag-
gage at stations, etc., when necessary. Where money is expended for parlor-car
seat or berth, statement should be made as to which accommodation was secured.
I (d) Charges for meals and lodging not exceeding $5 for any twenty-four hours,
whether meals are taken en route or at hotels and restaurants, and reasonable fees
to waiters, not exceeding 40 cents a day. Hotel bills should be so itemized as to
show the number of days and the rate per day. When travel is by ocean steamer,
reasonable fees to stewards, in the aggregate not. exceeding an average of 75 cents for
each twenty-four hours or fraction thereof, will be allowed.
(e) Receipted bills for hotel expenses, showing the dates of entertainment, must
be furnished; also receipts for any expense exceeding $1, except that receipts are
not required for transportation by railroad or vessel, for single meals or for fees to
porters, waiters, and stewards. The cost of each meal should be stated.
(f) All telegrams sent to the Commission should be marked "Collect of the Isth-
mian Canal Commission at Government rates," as none should be prepaid. If the
telegram is not to the Isthmian Canal Commission, but nevertheless on official busi-
hess, the tolls should be prepaid at the rates fixed in the schedule of the Postmaster-
General. Whenever a telegram is paid for and charged in voucher a pen or carbon
copy of same must be attached to the voucher and the receiving agent of the tele-
graph company shall indorse receipt of the toll on such copy. Where an official
telegram is received "collect" by an officer or duly authorized employee of this
Commission receipt for payment should be indorsed on such telegram by the agent of
the telegraph company, receipted telegram to be used as subvoucher in expense
account. Expenses for telegrams relating to leaves of absence, payment of salary,
and expense vouchers, or any other matter of a personal nature, will not be allowed,
and such telegrams must not be sent to the Commission "collect." In preparing
telegrams care should be observed that all unnecessary words, initials, and figures
are omitted.
Employees should provide themselves with means of identification to satisfy the
telegraph companies that they are officially connected with the Commission to enable
them to get messages accepted for transmittal on the terms herein fixed.
4. Accounts for traveling expenses will be rendered in triplicate on forms of
Vouchers approved by the'Commission. Such vouchers shall be certified to by the
: officer or employee who performs the travel, and the vouchers with the original
Order for travel or a certified copy, and all necessary explanatory statements in writ-
.Ing, shall be submitted to the local auditor on the Isthmus or to the general auditor
o f the Isthinian Canal Commission at Washington, D. C. The accounts should be so
itemized as to show all the expenses incurred on any particular day, except that hotel
expenses~es when extending over several days should be stated in the account of the
.:.'day.on which paid. When the travel is made without a written order in advance
I:: a letter of approval from the proper officer authorized to order such travel, specific-
ally approving the travel, shall be procured; and, with the report made by the trav-
: &':.ie'. showing the necessity for proceeding without a written order, shall be transmit-
t.";W.ith the vouchers; or, if the travel is not approved, a statement in writing, with
s : ons for disapproval shall be furnished.
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5. No officer or employee traveling under orders shall pay for transportatioonA A.:
railroad, steamer, or other conveyance operated by the Panama Railroad Comp'a
but shall use an order for transportation furnished by the chairman of the CQom ii-
sion, or by his direction, at Washington, or by the duly authorized official on t e`i.
Isthmus. An order for transportation shall also be issued, when practicable, i.t-r ;P`:
travel by any steamship line between ports on the Isthmus and ports In the Unitei. '
States or other countries. .
6. These regulations shall not apply in any instance where by law or by thie.''
action of the Commission a per diem allowance for any items of expense-is fixed fr'
any officer or employee, but shall be superseded as to the expenses which may .Io:4
stated to be included in the per diem allowance.
7. The limitations of these regulations as to maximum expenses allowed for.an ':y.il
twenty-four hours for meals and lodging shall not apply to officers whose salatie.:,:
are in excess of $5,000 per annum. Officers whose salaries range from. $3,000 it...-,
$5,000, inclusive, annually may be allowed charges for meals and lodging not:'
exceeding $7 per day when their detail on special duty may warrant, and such f!a*i.ii '
shall be plainly stated in the travel order.
These regulations will be effective from and after January 1, 1906. ;:i
T. P. SHONTS, Chairman of Commaiion.

4. There was presented for consideration the resolution of the Isthl- '-
mian Canal Commission at its seventy-fourth meeting, held February t2'
4, 1905, providing that commutation of quarters to employees on th
Isthmus will be allowed at the rate of 15 per cent. of their salanrie8;::i
until January. 1, 1906, unless otherwise ordered. On motion of Co6 .: i
missioner Harrod, it was
Resolved, That the action of the Commission as recorded in paragraph :1
4 of the minutes of the sixth meeting of the executive committee, hela:"
May 6, 1905, and in paragraph 9 of the minutes of the one hundredths.:
meeting of the full Commission held October 30, 1905, providing,
without limitation, as to the period of time that employees on the lstlj-
mus who are not provided quarters shall receive 15 per cent. of.d::
salary in addition to such salary as commutation in lieu thereof, 1e .
continued for another year. .:.
5. There was presented for the consideration of the Commission the :
resolution of the Panama Railroad Company, adopted by its executive. i,
and finance committee on June 9, 1905, as follows: V.

RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION FURNISHED OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE IBTHEM]A
CANAL COMMISSION.

The chairman read the following cablegram just received from Vice-President and
General Manager Wallace: .
"PANAMA, June 6, 1905. '
"Charging system Panama Railroad for transportation Canal employees cumber-, i:
some, unsatisfactory. Six methods used, ranging annual passes to half fare. Recom- .::
mend monthly payment lump sum to railroad to cover this transportation, in order
to operate under American railroad system and receive the gross amount benefit from .i
railroad with least complication accounts."
Consideration of the subject was had and, upon motion duly seconded, the follow "
ing resolution was unanimously adopted:
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"Resolved, That inasmuch as the railroad collected from the Isthmian Canal Com-
mission $2,765 for transportation of their officials and employees during the month
of April, and inasmuch as the number of employees to be so transported will undoubt-
edly increase from month to month, a lump sum of $3,000 per month be charged the
Isthmian Canal Commission, commencing July 1, 1905, for the transportation of their
officials and employees of all classes traveling on official business on the regular
schedule trains of the company, it being understood that as the number of employees
carried increases, as shown by statistics to be kept for the purpose, this amount will
be readjusted quarterly."
Upon consideration it was
Resolved, That the same is hereby approved, ratified, and con-
"firmed for the Isthmian Canal Commission, effective as of July 1, 1905.
6. A communication was read from General Manager Stevens, of
the Panama Railroad Company, recommending that the monthly
$3,000 lump sum charged the Commission by the railroad company
for transportation of Commission employees, at one-half tariff rates,
be increased to $5,000, effective December 1, 1905, as the amount of
transportation furnished has increased and warrants this action.
A statement-was submitted from the general auditor recommending
that $4,000 be charged for October and November, and $5,000 from
the 1st of December, because the service at the present time warranted
such charge, and that action be taken at the next directors' meeting
of the Panama Railroad Company in line with this suggestion, the
same to be confirmed by the Istbhrian Canal Commission. On motion
of Commissioner Endicott this recommendation was adopted.
7. On motion of Commissioner Harrod the following was adopted:
Resolved, That the following executive order of the governor of the
Canal Zone, dated October 30, 1905, amending his executive order of
S September 23, 1905, respecting the improvement, organization, and
maintenance of Santo Tomas Hospital, in the city of Panama, be, and
the same hereby is, ratified, approved, and confirmed:
"ANCON, October 30, 1905.
"The executive order issued by the governor of the Canal Zone
under date of September' 23, 1905, providing for the operation and
maintenance of Santo Tomas Hospital, in the city of Panama, is
amended in section 2 so as to provide, in the paragraph setting forth
the personnel of the hospital, for two internes at a salary of $1,200
(United States currency) each per annum, without board or washing,
Instead of for two internes at a salary of $600 (United States currency)
Si: each per annum, with board, and washing.
F A"CHARLES E. MAGOON,
*. Governor of the Canal Zone."
.i:, 8. The chairman advised the Commission that oftentimes scrap,
'i:uh::i k, and other material left by the French company on the Isthmus
Si.: st--f of necessity be removed to make way for active work on the
Ii..: s 1; that in many instances this material has no value whatever, and
: : -the past has been .moved two or three times at great labor cost.

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After a discussion the chairman was authorized to appoint a com- !
mittee of three, two from the engineering department and one fro
the auditing department on the Isthmus, to review, appraise, condemn,;. :
and dispose of such of this material as must of necessity be removed :
in prosecuting the work of constructing the canal.
It was further decided that this committee be authorized to dispose in "
such manner as it saw fit of such material as possessed no money value -
whatever, but that material which may possess a money value may be .
shipped to New York in the steamers of the Panama Railroad Com-
pany as ballast and there disposed of to the best advantage.
In connection with this matter the chairman stated that a shipment:...
had recently been made by the chief engineer of 130 tons of scrap axles
and wheels. On motion it was
Resolved, That the Chairman be authorized to appoint such a comrn
mittee, and that the former action of the chief engineer in forwarding
this scrap for sale be approved.
9. The chairman announced that, as under the terms of the purchase ':
of the steamers Havana and AMexico the right to usg the names of
those vessels was reserved to their former owners, he had directed that-
the name of the Havana be changed to Panama and the name of tlje ::
Mexico be changed to Colon. On motion of Commissioner Endicottf.
this action was approved.
10. The chairman advised the Commission that several weeks earlier :
a request had been received from the Isthmus for the forwarding'o r..
60 colored teamsters from the southern part of the United States.: ;
Under existing regulations governing employment all persons selected :'
in the United States must pay their own traveling expenses to th.,,:. ,
point of embarkation. It was found imperative in the case of thesad ':"i
teamsters, who were assembled at Atlanta, to pay their railway trans- :
portation from that point to New Orleans. This action was authorized'
by the chairman. On motion such action was approved.
11. The chairman submitted the following communication:

PANAMA, December 9, 1905. '
Hon. THEODORE P. SHONTB,
Chairman Isthmian Canal Commission, Washington, D. C.
SIR: Considerable work has been done upon the proposed water reservoir on the
Comacho River, about l1 miles from Empire, this being the main reservoir which' i
will supply all the district east of Culebra, including Empire, Comacho, Las Cascadas,
Bas Obispo, and intermediate camps, and is altogether a larger and better propoa:.Pi
tion than the present reservoir which supplies Panama. .
Of course it goes without saying that it is absolutely necessary that these towns be
given an ample supply of the best obtainable water, which in this case will be s"'
plied from the proposed Comacho reservoir. .
I have had general plans made covering the entire situation, including the iAn-
struction of a dam, main supply pipe line, and distributing pipes from.Culebra tO Ad W!
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approved same in so far that the material shall be provided, and that work can pro-
ceed on the reservoir and the main supply pipe line, as I find this was authorized a
long time ago by Mr. Wallace.
I would like, however, to have formal approval of the whole proposition, as it is
the cheapest and best supply that can be gotten.
Truly, yours, JOHN F. STEVENS,
Chief Engineer.
On motion of General Hains the approval requested by Mr. Stevens
was granted.
12. The chairman called the attention of the Commission to the
existing requirement that all persons selected for employment on the
Isthmus submit a medical certificate executed by a reputable physi-
cian. It has developed that in many instances medical certificates
have been issued to persons who, upon arrival on the Isthmus, were
found not to be physically qualified.
In view of the existing method of selecting the majority of persons
to be employed on the Isthmus by traveling employment agents and
in order to enable the Commission to exercise a more rigid supervision
over the physical examination of persons to be sent to the Isthmus,
it was
Resolved, That the employment agents under the Isthmian Canal
Commission in the United States be authorized to secure the services
of a physician in the city or cities in which they may be stationed for
securing employees, for the purpose of examining applicants who are
considered favorably for appointment, agreeing with such physician
to pay not to exceed $1.50 for each applicant examined, the same to be
paid from canal appropriations.
13. The chairman stated that it became apparent several months ago
that a revision was necessary of the schedule of wages of employees in
the department of engineering and construction. It had been demon-
strated that a sufficient number of the right sort of men could not be
induced to enter into the Panama service under the current wage scale.
A representative of the chief engineer investigated the labor conditions
in the United States and found that in many instances the wages paid
on the Isthmus were no higher or very little in excess of those paid
for similar work in the United States. The result was that good men
S were not induced to- leave their positions in this country for similar
work on the Isthmus at the salaries being paid.
S Consequently a new wage scale was arranged, increasing the pay
attached to certain positions.
This revised schedule was cabled to the chief engineer on November
14 for his inspection and received his approval. The new wage scale
'increased the pay of all machinists from 56 cents to 65 cents an hour,
h': including the following classes of workmen: Boiler makers, brass-
l' the men, tool-room men, blacksmiths, molders, coppersmiths, pat-
tlii n makers, locomotive painters and varnishers.
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The following, being a list of the positions in which wages
increased under the revised scale, was submitted to the Co
and unanimously approved: -" ;n
Painters, increased from 56 cents to 65 cents per hour.
Painters and varnishers, locomotive, increased from 56 cents to 65 cents per h.ia::..
Plumbers, increased from 56 cents to 75 cents per hour.
Lathers, from $100 per month to 56 cents per hour. ..'i
Machinists, all classes, increased from 56 cents to 65 cents per hour..
Boiler makers, increased from 56 cents to 65 cents per hour. ,
Brass-lathe men, increased from 56 cents to 65 cents per hour. .
Tool-room men, increased from 56 cents to 65 cents per hour.
Blacksmiths, increased from 56 cents to 65 cents per hour. ::
Molders, increased from 56 cents to 65 cents per hour.
Coppersmiths, increased from 56 cents to 65 cents per hour.
Pattern makers, increased from 56 cents to 65 cents per hour.
Bricklayers, changed from $150 per month to 72 cents per hour.
Plasterers, changed from $125 per month to 60 cents per hour. .. :-i
Track foremen, $100, $125, $150 per month.
Rock foremen, $100, $125, $150 per month.
Drill runners, $125 per month. :
Locomotive-engine runners, $125, $150 per month.
Conductors, $125, $150 per month. .
Trainmen, $100 per month. .
Wrecking foremen, $125, $150 per month.
Steam-shovel engineers, increased from $190 to $210 per month.
Steam-shovel crane men, increased from $165 to $185 per month.
14. The chairman presented the correspondence between
and Chief Engineer Stevens in regard to the experimental em$
ment of laborers from northern Spain upon the Isthmus, a :
approval of the action taken to secure such laborers. On motioonf'
action was approved.
15. Commissioner Hains offered the following resolution, which
adopted:
Resolved, That the chief engineer of the Panama Canal be requ
to communicate to this Commission his project in detail, if he has :6f
for the excavation, removal, and final disposition of the spoils t.i
taken out of the Culebra Cut, for a canal with a summit level :ot
feet above mean low tide, and also to inform the Commission w
or not he has worked out or knows of any similar project having be
worked out for the sea-level plan.
16. The Commission then adjourned until 10.30 a. m. on the folloS
ing day. .. :I

JANUARY 2, 19.0;
The Commission met at 10.30 a. m. on Tuesday, January 2, purse
to adjournment. .
17. A letter was presented from Chief Engineer Stevens relation .
the annual leave of employees transferred from the service.of'*
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it was stated that under present regulations a transferred employee
loses the right to a vacation which he may have earned by his term in
the service from which he has been transferred.
In view of the fact that for the convenience of the construction of
the Isthmian Canal it is frequently necessary to transfer employees
from the canal work to that of the Panama Railroad and vice versa, it
was therefore
Resolved, That such transfers shall not in anywise operate to deprive
an employee of the Isthmian Canal Commission of any portion of the
annual leave which might have been granted him under the regulations
had he continued in the service of the Isthmian Canal Commission, nor
to deprive an employee of the Panama Railroad Company of any por-
tion of the annual leave which might have been granted him under
the regulations had he continued in the service of the Panama Railroad
Company, provided in either case the employee.has performed contin-
uous service jointly on Isthmian Canal Commission or Panama Rail-
.road Company work. In the event of employees being transferred
from one service to the other the leave granted them in either service
shall be deducted from the leave to which such employees are entitled
by the terms of their original employment.
Any annual leave, with pay, in such cases, granted in conformity
With the regulations of the Isthmian Canal Commission, shall be con-
Sidered a proper charge against appropriations for the construction of
S the "canal connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans," and the dis-
bursing officer on the Isthmus is authorized to make payment accord-
ingly, provided, however, that the employee at the time said leave is
g: 'rated is performing service for and carried on the pay rolls of the
Isthmnian Canal Commission.
18. The chairman presented a report showing the appointments,
promotions, and reductions in the office of administration of Isthmian
Canal affairs at Washington, which on motion was ratified and approved.

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, AND REDUCTIONS, OFFICE OF ADMINIS-
TRACTIONN ISTHMIAN CANAL AFFAIRS.

l On duty in the United States from September 24, 1905, to Decem-
Sber 31, 1905, inclusive.

I:' ."" Report of changes in the Washington office for approval by the Commission.
S(a) CENTRAL OFFICE, OR OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION PROPER.
APPOINTMENTS.

Name. Position. Date. Salary. Remarks.

E, 2 tjIj, Lulu a .......... Clerk (temporary) ... Sept. 29,1905 8720
ley, Thomas M...... Clerk ................. Nov. 27,1905 900
i ngr BdwardP... .....do----....-----..-- do....... 900
........... Clerk (temporary).... Dec. 11,1905 720
ie erMarin C. ....do ................ .....do....... 720

a Reappointed for temporary duty December 29, 1905.



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Report of changes in the Tashington office for approval by the Commission-Conjsim

(a) CENTRAL OFFICE, OR OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION PROPER-Continuie.
SEPARATIONS. '


Name. Position. Date. Salary. Remarks.


Elmer, Charles W....... Secretary to chair- Sept. 30,1905 $1,800 Granted six mO t ai
man. furlough w i tho.
pay.
Edwards, Clarence R.. Chief of Office....... Nov. 15,1905 a7,500 Resigned.
colonel, U. S. Army.
Heil, Lulu C............ Clerk (temporary).... Dec. 31,1905 720


[Custodian force.]
A PPOI NTL ENTS.


Solem, Arne S........... Messenger boy (ter- Nov. 9,1905 8360
porary).
Hines,James............ Messenger (tempo- Nov. 11,1905 360
rary).
Shipman, W H ....... Skilled laborer....... Nov. 28,1905 900
Zellers, Wm. A......... Watchman ........... Dec. 7,1905 720
Weninger, Joseph....... Messenger (tempo- Dec. 9,1905 840
rary, reappoint-
ment.
Parks, Wylie L.......... Laborer (temporary). .....do ....... 540
Borland, Alfred J....... Messenger boy ....... Dec. 11,1905 360 .t
Washington, Rebecca... Charwoman (tempo- Dec. 19,1905 240
rary).


PROMOTIONS AND REDUCTIONS.


Younger, John S........ Messenger ........... Oct. 1,1905 480 to $600
Hudson, Thomas R..... Laborer ...................do....... 660 to 720


SEPARATIONS.


Hines, James............ Messenger (tempo- Nov. 18,1905 $360
rary). i
King, Edmund C........ Watchman .......... Nov. 19,1905 720 Resigned.
Long, W. E............ Mechanical laborer .. Nov. 27, 1905 900 Transferred to Dd
apartment of Co 4
merce and Labor. ., *il
Solem,Arne S.......... Messenger boy (ter- Dec. 9,1905 360 .jnLbr
porary). .i


(b) OFFICE OF THE GENERAL AUDITOR.

APPOINTMENTS.


Fisber, Wm. J.......... Clerk ................ Oct. 24,1905 8900
Wallace, Oliver T....... Stenographer......... Dec. 20,1905 900


PROMOTIONS AND REDUCTIONS.


Gibson, Emile L........ Clerk................ Oct. 27,1905 5900tol1,200 I.
Lewis, Harry C......... Chief, Dept. Gen. Aud. Nov. 1,1905 2,600to 2,800
Merrill, Henry P........ Clerk to chief claims .....do....... 1,800to 2,000
clerk.

a Including by the terms of appointment 85,220 paid from Army funds; amount paid tby Commit..:'
sion, 82,280.






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Report of changes in the IVashington office for approval by the Commission-Continued.

(b) OFFICE OF THE GENERAL AUDITOR-Continued.

SEPARATIONS.


Name. Position. Date. Salary. Remarks.


Miller, Ora.............. Auditing clerk ....... Oct. 13,1905 8900 Transferred to local
auditor, Isthmus.
Edwards, Henry H ..... Clerk................. Oct. 26,1906 1,200 Resigned.
Warwick, Walter W .... Chief of claims divi- Nov. 10,1905 2,500 Transferred to Treas-
sion. nry Department.


(c) OFFICE OF THE GENERAL PURCHASING OFFICER.

APPOINTMENTS.


McCormick, Anna F.a.. Clerk (temporary) ... Sept. 30,1905 5720
Robertson, Alfred ...... Clerk ................ Oct. 2,1905 1,000
Dole, Charles E.............do............... Oct. 9,1905 1,400
Shepperson, Chas. M .........do................ Dec. 1,1905 900


PROMOTIONS AND REDUCTIONS.


Ounningham,Geo. A.b.. Clerk ................. Sept. 18,1905 I1,200toS1,600
Bon Durant, Wm. W.........do ................ Oct. 1,1906 1,400to 1,200
Field service.

NEW ORLEANS.

Bonquols, Bruno........ Stenographer and Oct. 5,1905 900
typewriter.
TACOMA.

Thompson,George M .. Stenographer and Oct. 27,1905 720
typewriter (tempo-
rary).


SEPARATIONS.


Weatherbe, Wm.C ...... lerk................. Sept. 30,1905 52,000 Transferred to Office
Quartermaster-
General, U.'S. Army.
Holt, Robert O .......... .....do .....................do ....... 1,200 Resigned.
Newburgh, Frederic.... .....do................ Nov. 5,1905 1,000 Transferred toDepart-
ment of Interior.
Bon Durant, Win. W .... ....do .......... .. Nov. 30,1905 1,200 Transferred to Depart-
I ment of Justice.
Field service.
NEW YORK.

Murphy, Daniel F....... Stenographer......... Dec. 26, 1905 900 Resigned.
NEW ORLEANS.

Lawrence, Alice R...... Clerk (temporary).... Oct. 4, 1905 900
TACOMA.

Emley, Clinton b........ Clerk (temporary).... Aug. 14, 1905 780
Thompson, George M ... Stenographer and Nov. 8, 1905 720
typewriter (tempo-
rary).

a Appointment made permanent December 30, 1905.
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Report of changes in the Washington office for approval by the Commissioni-OodtnM

(e) OFFICE OF THE COMMITTEE ON ENGINEERING. .
APPOINTMENTS. ::.
_____________________________________________: ^..


Name.

Wells, H. L .............
Herring, Harry T.......
Smith, Walter M ........
Maurer, Emil F.........
Cornish, Lorenzo D .....
Weighell. John T.......
Shafer, Dorothy ........
Williams, Katherine....
Simms, Eleanor B.......
Whitman, Ralph .......


Position.


Draftsman (tempo-
rary).
Engineer -draftsman
(temporary).
Draftsman (tempo-
rary).
.....do ...............
.....do ...............
.....do ...............
Clerk (temporary) ...
.....do ................
.....do ................
Draftsman (tempo-
rary reappoint-
ment).


Date.


Sept. 27,1905
Oct. 16,1905
Oct. 23,1905
.....do .......
.....do .......
.....do .......
Dec. 9,1905
Dec. 11,1905
.....do .......
Dec. 12,1905


Salary.

054
1,800
1,980
2, 100
1,800
1,500
720
720
720
1,800


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PROMOTIONS AND REDUCTIONS. .''

McKenney, John L..... Clerk ................. ---------------Nov. 1,1905 81,000 to $1, 200

SEPARATIONS. "

Rockwell, Willis H..... Draftsman (tempo- Sept. 30,1905 840:
ra ry).
Wells, H. L.............. ......do................ Oct. 18,1905 a4
McKenney, John L..... Clerk ................ Nov. 30,1905 1,200 Transferred to o
Secretary of Wa~i
Warren, Frederick P.... Interpreter (tempo- .....do....... b150
rary).
Pawling, Jesse, jr....... Computer (tempo- Dec. 11,1905 1,800
rary).
Williams, Katherine.... Clerk (temporary)... Dec. 29,1905 720 :'
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MISCELLANEOUS.

APPOINTMENTS.


Stalhuth, E. A..........
Park, Leroy ...........
Shea, W. G. e...........


Clerk (medical sup- Oct. 9,1905
ply depot, N. Y.).
Assistant engineer.... Nov. 10,1905
Superintendent ...... Nov. 25,1905


aPer day.
bPer month; $4 per day additional while absent from New York.
c Appointed for duty on the Isthmus; temporarily assigned to duty in the United States as eiaplqI
ment agents.
d Per month.. '

19. The chairman presented for consideration the following, whiV:'
was unanimously adopted:

Whereas on November 1, 1905, the Isthmian Ganal Commission *w.ajii
indebted to the Panama Railroad Company in the sum of $540,8771 ;
and :"
Whereas the Panama Railroad Company, under authority of a res
lution of its board of directors, November 8, 1905, had issued 628 i
mortgage 4- per cent treasury bonds; and
Whereas, by the direction and approval of the Secretary of War,
chairman of the Isthmian Canal Commission, on December 28, 1B9ti
authorized the payment to the Panama Railroad Company of the suf l
of $4SOO000 to eanbl said cQmpany to call'in said first-mortgage bo ti :,
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said sum to be applied as a credit on the indebtedness of the Isthmian
Canal Commission to the Panama Railroad Company: Now, therefore,
be it
e Resolved, That the action of the chairman in authorizing said
: advance of $400,000 to the Panama Railroad Company for the pur-
poses aforesaid is hereby approved, ratified, and confirmed in behalf
of the Isthmian Canal Commission.
20. A'communication was received from the disbursing officer on
the Isthmus asking that the ruling made by the executive committee
on October 4, 1905, allowing thirty days in excess of the usual thirty
days' sick leave to any gold employee who was injured in performing
a duty for the Commission, be made retroactive in the case of R. J.
Williams, rodman,who fell and ruptured himself on August 21 and was
in the hospital thirty-eight days. The disbursing officer on the Isth-
mus asked that the ruling be made retroactive in this specific case and
he be thus empowered to. pay Williams for his excess of eight days'
Sick leave.
It was moved and carried that the order of October 4 be made retro-
active in this case.
21. The chairman submitted a letter from the chief engineer, dated
November 17,1905, recommending, with certain changes, the approval
of a report made by a committee convened by him, setting forth a plan
Sfor the rehabilitation and sanitation of the town of Colon. The report
was read, and, after discussion, was referred to the engineering com-
mittee for more detailed study.
22. The chairman submitted the following resolution, which was
adopted:
Resolved, That the following circular, No. 18, dated November 4,
1905, issued by the chairman, respecting deceased employees, which
circular is based upon a decision rendered by the Comptroller of the
Treasury, be, and the same hereby is, ratified, approved, and confirmed:
Circular No. 18.] ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION,
.. Washington, D. C., November 4, 1905.
It is hereby ordered that in case of the death on the Isthmus of Pan-
ama during the continuance of service of an employee engaged in the
United States for service on the Isthmus the body will be embalmed
Sand placed in a hermetically sealed casket and returned to the home of
such employee in the United States, subject to such quarantine regula-
tions as may exist at the port of entry and the cities or towns through
:which it may have to pass, and of theplace of destination, the expense
ofembalming, casket, and transportation from the Isthmus to the home
.: f such employee to be paid from funds available for the Isthmian
in.': al Commission.
iT:: he provisions of this circular shall apply to the above-described
.l.as of employees heretofore or hereafter appointed.
T. P..-SHoNTs,
Chairman Isthmian Canal Commission.
l n the Commission adjourned subject to the call of the chair.

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ONE HUNDRED AND THIRD MEETING.

WASHINGTON, D. C., January 25, 190.
Present: Chairman Shonts, Commissioners Endicott, Hains, E
and Harrod, and Secretary Bishop.
The majority and minority reports of the Board of Consulting E~
neers on type of canal were presented for consideration, and the:
sion was devoted to their discussion and to the preparation of the
mission's recommendations in regard to the same.



ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTH MEETING.

WASHINGTON, D. C., January 27, 190 i.iO:!.
Present: Chairman Shonts, Commissioners Endicott, Hains, Erns`t
and Harrod, and Secretary Bishop.
Consideration of the reports of the Board of Consulting Enginei
on type of canal and the Commission's recommendations thereof wain.*
resumed, and continued throughout the session.



ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH MEETING.
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Present: Chairman Shonts, Commissioners Magoon, Endicott, Hanh
Ernst, and Harrod, and Secretary Bishop. -
1. Reading of the minutes was postponed.
2. The Chairman called the attention of the Commission to sMi!;
opinion from the Attorney-General, under date of January 25, 1906ji:.2
addressed to the Secretary of War, to the effect that- under existing :
law the President is authorized to make contracts for the corstructn:;i*.
of the Isthmian Canal in excess of the appropriation available so longI
as such contract or contracts do not involve the Government in theC:
ultimate expenditure of moneys for the construction and completioeifin!B
of the canal in excess of the amounts designated in section 5 of .. the.i
Spooner Act limiting the total cost of this improvement.i:i:
3. The Commission proceeded to the consideration of its recommi5En:ii'
dations upon the majority and minority reports of the Board of COi ,:i
suiting Engineers.
Adjourned until February 2.




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ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTH MEETING.

WASHINGTON, D. C., February 2, 1906.
Present: Chairman Shonts, Commissioners Magoon, Endicott, Hains,
Ernst, and Harrod, and Secretary Bishop.
1. Reading of the minutes was postponed.
2. Consideration of the Commissions' recommendations upon the
majority and minority reports of the Board of Consulting Engineers
was resumed and continued throughout the session.
Adjourned subject to the call of the Chair.



ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTH MEETING.

WASHINGTON, D. C., February 5, 1906.
Present: Chairman Shonts, Commissioners Magoon, Endicott, Hains,
Ernst, and Harrod, and Secretary Bishop.
1. The minutes of the one hundred and second, one hundred and
third, one hundred and fourth, one hundred and fifth, and one hundred
and sixth meetings were read and approved, with the change in para-
graph 10 of the minutes of the one hundred and second meeting of
"sixty colored teamsters" to "approximately seventy colored team-
sters."
2. A revised copy of the Commission's conclusions and recom-
niendations upon the majority and minority reports of the Board of
Consulting Engineers was presented for signature and was signed by
the following Commissioners: Shonts, Magoon, Hains, Ernst, and
Harrod. Commissioner Endicott declined to sign, and said he would
present on the following day a dissenting report which he wished to
go to the Secretary of War with the report of the other Commissioners.
3. Commissioner Ernst moved that the Engineering Committee be
authorized to correspond directly with persons submitting plans of
various kinds for adoption in connection with the construction of the
canal, and the motion was adopted.
4. The Chairman presented a letter from the Secretary of War
informing the Commission that he had conferred with the President
and the Secretary of the Treasury in regard to the loan by the Com-
mission of $650,000 to the Panama Railroad Company at the rate of 4
per centum per annum, and that the Commission was authorized to
make such loan. After discussion the following was adopted:
SWhereas the Panama Railroad Company has contracted for new
Ieqqipment and improvements to its property to the extent of, say,
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$1,300,000, and not having sufficient funds to meet these expenditunl
as they fall due, and the Isthmian Canal Commission being willing.
loan the Panama Railroad Company money to meet these expenditore
and
Whereas the Secretary of War, in his letter of January 31,.1(
addressed to the Chairman of the Isthmian Canal Commission,
that he has conferred with the President and Secretary of the Treanxu
in regard to the matter and states the Commission is authorized t
make a loan of $650,000 at the rate of four per centum per ainntm i
Therefore, it is
Resolved, That the general auditor of the Isthmian Canal CommiUa-gJNi
sion is authorized to prepare vouchers in sums up to $650,000 in fav1rrtr
of the Panama Railroad Company, as the money is needed by the rail
road company, and the disbursing officer is authorized to pay .o
vouchers, approved by the chairman or his duly authorized represenri
tive.
It is further resolved, That before the payment of the vouchers, thie
disbursing officer shall secure from the Panama Railroad Companrity
its demand notes with interest at the rate of 4 per centum per ana-ur' .
for amount advanced, and that he shall hold such notes subject to ::i
order of the Chairman of the Isthmian Canal Commission. 0:.. i.
5. The Chairman reported that, in accordance with paragraph 21 :of-i!;
the minutes of the 102d meeting of the Commission, the plan for thl:";;
rehabilitation and sanitation of the town of Colon submitted to the ChMie:iE :
Engineer by a committee appointed by him was referred to the En: ,,
neering Committee, which committee at its meeting on January 3, 1.fl;
adopted the following resolution: : ii,
T : F .. ... .. .'i.:" ..
Resolved, That this committee recommends the adoption of the pro asft :
submitted by the committee appointed by the Chief Engineer, sub]ett'4::.
to such minor changes as may be found desirable during the course o;: 3J..
construction.
The Chairman further stated that, in accordance with the recoii..:;,;
mendation of the Engineering Committee, he had directed the Chief i
Engineer to proceed with the work according to the plans submittedd.
to the Chief Engineer by the committee appointed by him, subject :toW:;-'
such minor changes as may be found desirable during the course f
construction.
Upon consideration it was '::
Resolved, That the action of the Chairman as above indicated be and' I
is hereby approved. :
6. The Chairman presented the following, which, after discussionn,~.:
was unanimously adopted:
Whereas it appears that by informal direction of the Commissiod::nji4
the Chief Engineer of the Isthmian Canal Commission entered into.:a,::
arrangement with the Panama Railroad Compiny whereby tha,.t'0o,~ JAM
pany would furnish to employees of the Isthmian Canal Commissionp...
as needed, such subsistence, supplies, and meals as would be requitbe ;:.,'"
for such laborers, making bill against the Commission for the cot' ofi
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such subsistence and meals, or either, at actual cost to the railroad
company; and
Whereas it further appears that by the same authority the Isthmian
Canal Commission and the Panama Railroad Company agreed to fur-
nishlaborers, each to the other, where exigencies of the service might
require, and that each interest would bill against the other the amount
of labor so furnished, in an amount computed upon the basis of the
payment for such laborers by the interest employing them; and,
Whereas it was further agreed that there should be added to both
bills for labor furnished and for subsistence and meals, a charge of 10
per cent to cover, in the former case, superintendence, and in the latter
case, cost of preparing meals, and of storing and issuing subsistence
supplies: Therefore it is
Resolved, That the agreement as above set forth is hereby made a
matter of record and is ratified, affirmed, and approved for the Isth-
mian Canal Commission, to be effective from the date of its creation,
namely, June 1, 1905.
Whereas it appears that by informal direction of the Isthmian Canal
Commission the Panama Railroad Company has secured for the Isth-
mian Canal Commission laborers from Fortune Islands, Inagua, and
Jamaica, approximating 1,000 men, for service on the Isthmus of
Panama,
It is hereby ordered, That the Panama Railroad Company may make
charge against the Commission for the cost of securing, transporting,
and delivering such laborers, rendering itemized bills therefore, for
which reimbursement shall be made; provided that wherever under
said arrangement the Panama Railroad Company has carried such men
on their pay rolls, making bills against the Commission for the labor
performed by these men for account of the Commission, to which has
been added 10 per centum additional of the cost of the labor, com-
puted on the basis of their wage earnings, such sums yielded by this
;/ percentage charge shall be deducted from the amount due the Panama
Railroad Company for the cost of securing, transporting, and deliver-
ing such laborers to the Isthmian Canal Commission on the Isthmus
of Panama.
7. The chairman invited the attention of the Commission to the fol-
lowing resolutions of the board of directors of the Panama Railroad
Company, adopted at the meeting held on the 19th of January, 1906,
and asked for approval of the same, which was granted:
Whereas it appears from statistics prepared by the officers that the
amount of transportation furnished to officials and employees of. the
Canal Commission on the Isthmus at one-half the regular passenger
rates exceeds the lump sum of $3,000 per month tentatively authorized
by the executive committee at its meeting of June 9, 1905: Therefore
it is
Resolved, That for the months of October and November the lurmp
sum of $4,000 per month be charged for such service, and that, begin-
Sning with the month of December, and thereafter intil statistics again
Warrant change, the lump sum of $5,000 per month be charged the
4 CoTrhidssion for the transportation of their officials and employees on
6 : regular scheduled trains of the company.
Resi o dr That in view of the benefits to be derived by the railroad
: e.i1pany from the construction of a second main track the practice of
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adding 20 per cent to the cost of supplies furnished and work peWa"''i.l
formed for the Commission in connection with this improvement : i
amended so that the charges shall be as follows:
On rails and ties no percentage to be allowed; on all other material.;;':':.
10 per cent to be added to cover store department expense; on labor l0 ;
per cent to be allowed to cover superintendence and use of tools; freightl'
on all material used in this connection to be charged covering. its .
delivery on the Isthmus; no charge to be made for use of. equipment,. :.:
the percentage added to labor and materials to cover its use; the .t
monthly charge against the Isthmian Canal Commission for the trans-:.,,
portation of their employees to cover the transportation of the laborers "
employed in this work.
8. The Chairman presented for the information of the Commission ::
an opinion by Sullivan & Cromwell, general counsel of the Panama ~.
Railroad Company, concerning the title of that company to lands in
Colon.
The substance of this opinion was that the Panama Railroad-Conm-
pany has title to the lands on Manzanillo Island (Colon) for the term
of its concession, which expires August 15, 1966. That the company
has, until that date, all rights of an owner in the land and may freely: '
transfer this interest or any less interest, but it has not and can not of '
itself convey absolute ownership, or what would in the United States
be called title in fee simple. On expiration of its concession, what-
ever title the company may have granted, or its own title to whatever
lands it may hold, will come to an end. The ultimate ownership of
this land was originally in the Republic of New Granada, and passed
from that Republic to the United States of Colombia, thence to'the
Republic of Colombia, and later to the Republic of Panama, which"
by Article XXII of the treaty of February 26, 1904, transferred its
rights in this property to the United States. Thei'efore the owner-
ship or fee of all this property is vested in the United States, subject
to the rights of the railroad company and its grantees or lessees until
August 15, 1966; and in order that the railroad company may convey
the land in fee it will be necessary for the United States to grant or
release to the company its reversionary interest, which would neces-
sitate Congressional action. Until such action be taken, such grant '
or lease made, the company can grant no rights which will last beyond
the date of the expiration of its privilege.
9. The Chairman invited attention to paragraph 4 of the minutes of
the one hundred and second meeting of the Commission, held January
1, 1906, providing for furnishing quarters to employees on the Isthmus
or, in lieu thereof, 15 percentum of salary. After discussion it was
Resolved, That whether receiving quarters in kind or commutstion -"';
in lieu of quarters,'employees on the Isthmus, who under proper orders
are temporarily absent on official business of the Commission, shall not
lose their quarters or the commutation in lieu thereof.
10. The Chairman submitted an impression of the seal. of the Canal
Zone, Isthmus of Panama, and reported that said seal had been made.

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by Messrs. Tiffany & Co., of New York, in accordance with his instruc-
tions. The seal consists of a shield, showing in base a Spanish Galleon
of the Fifteenth Century under full sail coming head on between two
high banks, all purpure, the sky yellow with the glow of sunset; in
the chief are the colors of the arms of the United States. Under the
shield is the motto: "The land divided; the world united." It was
Resolved, That said seal be adopted and that the action taken in
ordering same be, and is hereby, approved; and it was further resolved
that a seal of similar design be procured for the use of the Commission,
with the inscription Seal of the Isthmian Canal Commission."
11. The chairman submitted the following letter from the chief
engineer, under date of November 2S, 1905:
PANAMA, November 28, 1905.
Hon. THEODORE P. SHONTS,
Chairman Isthmian Canal Commission, Washington, D. '.
DEAR SIR: I beg to hand you bill of material which I have had prepared, covering
the installation of an electric-light plant, to cover hotels, offices, quarters, govern-
mental and sanitary buildings at Empire and Culebra, and the preliminary estimate
of the cost of purchasing this machinery and installing same in working order is
about $55,000.
While this is a large expenditure, I believe that it would be justified, as undoubtedly
within the next two years and to continue for some years thereafter, there will be a
white population in the vicinity covered by this proposed installation of sufficient
number to justify the expenditure, and I can now easily see where the number of
lights which I have indicated, 4,000, will be required.
I think, in view of our limited space for buildings, and the consequent necessity for
the concentration of same, that, as a fire insurance alone, a properly installed electric-
light plant is justifiable.
And further-as a convenience, and what has become in. recent years almost a
necessity, instead of a luxury-the introduction of electric lights in place of kerosene
is directly along the lines that we are endeavoring to work, i. e., providing com-
f6rtable and reasonable accommodations for our employees.
The question, of course, as to the charges for these lights must be decided by the
Commission. I have recently had installed electric lights in all white quarters at.
Cristobal, this installation being part of the Colon plant of the Panama Railroad,
and the railroad company is also, as you know, furnishing electric light. from its
LaBoca plant for the immense hospitals at Ancon, and for the different residences of
its officers and employees in the vicinity; and up to the present time no arrangement
whatever has been made for the remuneration to the railroad company of this
expense, from which, of course, they should be relieved.
However, this question can be settled later on, and I desire to recommend that an
appropriation to the amount of $55,000 be allowed for the installation of a proper
electric-light plant at Empire, Culebra, and vicinity, and that orders be placed imme-
diately for the machinery and material which is covered by this bill.
I imagine it will take a long time to get this material, and, therefore, if any action
is to be taken it should be at once. I have been delayed somewhat in getting the
necessary information, owing to the press of other work.
Will you kindly advise me at the earliest possible date the action of yourself or the
Commission in regard to this matter?
Yours, truly,
JoHn F. STEVENS,
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After discussion it was-
Resolved, That the recommendation of the Chief Engineer, aa-~
forth in the foregoing communication, is approved, and authority
granted for the expenditure of the sum of $55,000, or such part. t
as may be necessary for the purpose named. ;'
12. The chairman presented the following letter from the Ch
Engineer: "
JANUARY 8, 19 .,, ';
Mr. T. P. SHoNT, s,
Chairman, Isthinian Canal Commission, Washington, D. C. i::
SIR: Owing to the recent raise in pay of the higher class of mechanics in our w-i:k::!II
on the Isthmus, the carpenters, who did not share in this increase, have strongly .i'
presented their claims from time to time to share in corresponding increases, an inm::
fact for the last three or four months.have been very insistent regarding the jusie
of their claims for an increase of pay.
I have been approached many times, by petitions and other means, to allow them;,
to work what they call overtime, which, of course, under our present labor ,: 1 i;.-w ,
have been unable to allow.
There is no doubt in my mind that, owing to the same reasons whereby the.othj r::.
mechanics were raised, they are entitled to something, and it will be necessary for ua:'.:":
to grant a certain increase to enable us to secure and hold competent men for:"tb1
work, but I have been holding off on the proposition until we could decide aboutiiil.
what should be done. .
Mr. Belding, superintendent of building construction, recommends that we m a '.M :
three classes of carpenters, all being hourly men, on the following basis: 50 cents, 5 '.;
cents,' and 65 cents gold per hour, a 56-cent flat rate being now in force.
These new rates, if approved, would affect all of the new appointees, and as fat am...::.
possible I should aim to regrade all the present men employed in the carpenter fei-:
ice, unless I would expect to improve our personnel and get the force up toi thb ,
standard of efficiency where it should be. '
This, of course, would probably involve some readjustment of the monthly sal- ,'
aries of foremen and superintendents, but it would be a comparatively small matter.::::
I would, therefore, recommend that the Commission consider and, if possiblea.:
approve the scale I have outlined, leaving the date of application of the same in;:;,::!
my hands. It would probably be necessary to make it effective January 1, but of(:'::;
this I am not quite certain, and I would ask that as quick action as practicable be 'j
taken.
Very respectfully, JOHN F. STEVENs,
Chief Engineer.
After discussion it was, on motion of Commissioner Ernst,
Resolved, That the recommendation of the Chief Engineer. be, and"';
the same is hereby, approved and power to fix the date of application m i
of the same is conferred upon the Chief Engineer. -!
13. Commissioner Magoon stated to the Commission that the present. ,
water supply of Colon was owned by the Panama Railroad Company.
which charged a cent a gallon to consumers, while in Panama the suppkmi:y
was controlled by the Commission and was free. He suggested,. ..l '.;'iil
it was desirable for the Commission to get control of the Colon supply :
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After discussion it was-
Resolved. That it is the sense of the Commission that the Panama
Railroad Company should turn over the water supply of Colon to the
Department of Government and Sanitation and that when such transfer
shall have been made there shall be free distribution of water to the
people.
Adjourned until February 6.


ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTH MEETING.
WASHINGTON, D. C., February 6, 1906.
Present: Chairman Shonts, Commissioners Magoon, Endicott, Hains,
Ernst, and Harrod, and Secretary Bishop.
1. Commissioner Endicott presented his conclusions and recommen-
dations dissenting from those of the majority upon the reports of the
Board of Consulting Engineers.
2. A letter to the Secretary of War transmitting the reports of the
Consulting Board together with the findings of the majority of the
Commission, the findings of Commissioner Endicott, and a letter
addressed to the Commission by the Chief Engineer, Mr. John F.
Stevens, giving his views upon the relative merits of a sea-level and a
high-level canal, was prepared and signed by the Chairman. These
documents were then taken by the Chairman in person to the Secretary
of War. (They will be published in a separate volume.)
Adjourned, subject to the call of the Chair.


ONE HUNDRED AND NINTH MEETING.

WASHINGTON, D. C., March 31, 1906.
Present: Governor Magoon, and Commissioners Endicott, Hains,
and Harrod, and Secretary Bishop.
SIn the absence of the chairman, Mr. Shonts, on his way to the
Isthmus, Governor Magoon was chosen chairman pro tern.
1. The minutes of the one hundred and seventh and one hundred
and eighth meetings were read and approved.
2. There were called up for further consideration the minutes of the
proceedings of the Executive Committee from the 20th day of February,
1906, to the. 8th day of March, 1906, inclusive, and which, pursuant
to a resolution of the ninety-ninth meeting of the Commission, had,
in printed proof form, been transmitted to each member of the Com-
m! iss18ion for examination prier to this meeting; and the secretary
Wkal s requested to read the minutes referred to for the action of the
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The secretary performed this duty, and, after the conclusion Of t
reading of the minutes referred to, it was duly: ...
Resolved, That the minutes of the meetings of the executive comrin-:
mittee held between the 20th day of February. 1906, and the 8th dats!
of March, 1906, inclusive, as read at this meeting, be, and the same ar0i .
hereby, approved and adopted; and that the acts and proceedings of tihe
officers and employees of the Commission in execution thereof bej-iin.ld
the same are hereby, ratified and adopted.
3. Whereas, by direction of the chief engineer, Mr. F. O. Martin,:;i
employed as assistant engineer on the Isthmus of Panama, was grantedi::;
twenty-seven days' leave of absence with full pay from Februaryi 4".':,
1906, and had theretofore rendered ten months' satisfactory service onm
the Isthmus, and had withdrawn, at the request of the chief engineer, .:,
an application for leave of absence beginning December 1, 1905; and, *.-i
Whereas the work upon which said Martin was engaged has been::
completed, be it
Resolved, That the action of the chief engineer in granting said leave
upon the terms mentioned without requiring the employee's return to''.:";:
duty is hereby approved.
4. The following letter from Chief Engineer Stevens was presented:"':

CULEBRA, C. Z., March 16, 1906.
Mr. T. P. SHOTS,
Chairman Isthmian Canal Commission, Washington, D. C.
SIR: As you are probably aware, owing to our technical work drawing to a closi,
it was necessary for me to let out some engineers, and in this reduction the following
men have been let go:
Mr. J. A. Card.-Mr. Card was with us long enough to have twenty-five days' leave
with pay coming to him, and I advised him that I would see that he would not have:.".:
to return to the Isthmus to get it, but that it would be paid to him in the States.
Mr. Paul Sutherland.-Mr. Sutherland has forty-nine days' leave withrpay coming
to him, and should also be paid in the States. I
Mr. Clarence M. Du Bois.-Mr. Du Bois has seventeen days' leave with pay coming-.
to him.
Mr. F. 'W Cater.-Mr. Cater has seventeen days' leave with pay coming to him.
Mr. C. E. Marshall.-Mr. Marshall has six weeks' leave with pay coming to him.
Mr. Leroy J. Kenniston.-Mr. Kenniston has ten days' leave with pay coming to
him. .
According to circular issued by the Commission, it is necessary for an employee to j
return to the Isthmus to get his vacation pay, but as these men were let out on
account of reduction in force, and it is not desired that they come back, I would ask :-'
if these can not be made special cases and their pay sent to them in the States.
Respectfully,
JOHN F. STaVE s, Chief Engineer.

Resolved, That leaves of absence granted to J. A. Card, Paul Suth- :
erland, Clarence M. Du Bois, F. W. Cater, C. E. Marshall, and Leroy
J. Kenniston, under substantially the same conditions and terms as in j
the case of F. O. Martin, referred to in -the preceding paaragaph, are :
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5. The following letter from Chief Engineer Stevens was presented,
and, after consideration, the authorization requested was granted:
PANAMA, March 3, 1906.
Mr. T. P. SHONTS,
Chairman, The Isthmian Canal Commission, Washington, D. C.
Sip: Referring to authorization for the erection of buildings required for the differ-
ent departments since August 1:
The construction of these, as you know, has gone along rapidly, particularly
recently. Looking over the list since August 1, I find the following, the construc-
tion of which has not been formally authorized by the Commission, which author-
ization I would respectfully request. Most of them are completed, and the entire
list well along toward completion.
La Boca:
Mess-house storeroom.
2 houses for colored quarters on old pier near jail.
Ancon:
Machine-shop annex.
2 houses, type F2, for married quarters, gold.
Concrete block plant.
Cemetery fence.
Morgue.
Ward maids' quarters.
Nurses' quarters, annex.
Bachelor officers' quarters.
8 portable houses, for married quarters, gold.
Corozal:
Storage shed for cement.
Pedro Miguel:
6 houses for single or married quarters, gold.
2 portable houses, married quarters, gold.
20 houses, negro quarters.
5 houses, gold, married employees.
1 house, bachelor quarters.
Enterprise:
2 public baths.
Culebra:
Water-service workshop.
House for master builder.
32 houses gold employees.
Hospital operating room.
Hospital morgue.
Corral.
Jail stockade.
2 public baths.
Jail storeroom.
Dynamite magazine (Gold Hill).
Lirio:
3 public baths.
Empire:
Extension to stables.
Storehouse for rubber goods.
2 bachelor quarters, gold.
'2 married quarters, gold.
10 portable houses, married quarters, gold.

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Bas Obispo:
Dynamite magazine.
3 houses for single or married quarters, gold.
Shed for distilling plant.. .
Shed over pumping station.
Matachin:
1 house for single or married quarters, gold. .
Gorgona: *
2 room addition to house No. 46, gold. :;
Storage shed for cement.
9 houses, single or married quarters, gold.
Kitchen for police department.
Mount Hope:
Oil house.
Pump house.
Cristobal:
Office machinery department, new shop.
One 8-room bachelor quarters. .
Mess hall.
8 houses for single or married quarters, gold.
Warehouse for division engineer.
Colon:
Ambulance shed.
New laundry.
Hospital storeroom.
Small section of sea wall, front of hospital.
Truly, yours, JOHN F. STEVENs,
Chief Engneer,

There being no further business the Commission adjourned, suhlk
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NINETEENTH MEETING.

WASHINGTON, D. C., Tuesday, Febiuary 90, 1906.
Present: Commissioners Shonts (Chairman) and Magoon.
The minutes of the previous meeting held at Panama, October 4,1905,
were read and approved.
1. The Chairman presented the following Circular No. 21, provid-
ing for traveling expenses for inspectors, which, after discussion, was
adopted:
TTHE ISTHMIAN CANAL COMMISSION.


SWASHINGTON, D. C., January 1, 1906.
Circular No. 21.
TRAVELING EXPENSES.

The following is published for the information and guidance of all
concerned:
Whenever, by contract or other agreement, there may be secured to
the Isthmian Canal Commission the services of any individual, firm,
or'corporation for the performance of duty, in connection with which it
may be necessary for them to perform travel, they will be governed
in the preparation and rendition of their accounts by these require-
Sments. These rules do not apply to officers and employees of the
SCommission whose travel expenses are regulated by Circular No. 20,
dated January 1, 1906.
SWhen a per diem allowance is made there shall be a clear under-
standing, reduced to writing and signed by the contractor and by an
officer of the Commission authorized in the premises, as to what, if any,
Expenses shall be allowed in addition to such per diem. In the absence
1S a definite statement as to items of expense not embraced in the per
diem allowance, such allowance shall be deemed to include all expenses
:eve ry nature whatsoever in connection with the service.
S*4l traveling expenses may embrace:
ij-t of t transportation, including Pullman fare.
o train not exceeding $3.00 for each 24 hours of travel.
bltts 1 6t exceeding $5,00 per day for subsistence and lodging.
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Carriage hire when necessity for such expense is clearly shown, noti.i
exceeding $1.00 for each trip.
All travel must be by the shortest practicable route, unless otheri-::
wise directed by competent authority, and must be without unnece4.i"
sary delay. .I:
The usual one-way or, where time limits are found to be ample, roun:I
trip fares on railroads, steamships, or other public conveyances wilt
be used.
Expenditures for the hire of special transportation where there are
no regular means of conveyance may be allowed.
The use of mileage books, commutation tickets, or the acceptanoi'
of rebates in any form on fares is prohibited.
Payment of fares to conductors of trains must be shown by sub-"
vouchers and the reason why tickets were not purchased stated.
Charges for meals will not be allowed if transportation charge in:
eludes meals.
Street car, omnibus, or transfer-coach fare between stations, docks
and hotels, and, when there are no such conveyances available, modern: :
ate and necessary hack or cab hire not exceeding the usual and legal
rates, will be allowed.
Street-car fare, while on official business during the time spent in"'
city, will be allowed, and the necessity for employing a more expensiw
means of conveyance must be explained in the account for consid~eit,
tion of the Commission.
Sleeping-car fares for one berth or parlor-car seat and fare for;:
usual stateroom accommodations on steamers may be allowed. Where
money is expended for parlor-car seat or berth a statement will be
made as to which accommodation was secured.
Receipted bills for hotel expenses, showing the days of entertaiS-
ment, must be furnished, as also must receipts be furnished for- ay.:
expense exceeding one dollar; except that receipts are not required f:::
transportation by railroad or vessel or for single meals, but the dit
of each meal should be stated.
No allowance will be made for communications by telegraph or wt-
ephone unless there be direction that this mode of communication : i
employed, or unless the necessity therefore be clearly shown. All pi-
cipals will be expected to communicate directions to their subordinsibi
without cost to the Commission. Telegrams sent to the lstbmian Canta
Commission should be marked "Collect of the Isthmian Canal 0Ci
mission at Government rates," and contractors should provide them-
selves with means of identification to satisfy telegraph companies that
the message is upon authorized official business and connected with ip
Commission, to enable them to get the message accepted for transi-,:
mittal on these terms.
Accounts for traveling expenses will be rendered in triplicate,: 4
forms or vouchers approved by the Commission, and each item of
expense will be shown as of the date on which same occurs and tlp:
items entered on the voucher in chronological order. .
Travel on limited trains requiring excess fares will not be allon .i.
except when absolutely necessary, and such necessity shall be clti
shown in the voucher in which paymenbfor such charges may be claai
Expense vouchers will not be accepted where items are. stated i
lump sums. it being necessary to show each item of expense for w.iW:
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Vouchers should be verified before an officer authorized to adminis-
ter oaths for general purposes, and the official character of such officer
must be shown by the seal of his office, if he shall have one, being
affixed.
Subvouchers must be properly receipted, consecutively numbered,
and entered in the principal voucher in the proper order.
It shall be the duty of all officers of the Commission to place a copy
of this circular in the hands of all contractors who may enter into an
agreement to perform service for the Commission in connection with
which it may be necessary for them to incur traveling expenses.
This circular to be effective from and after January 1, 1906.
T. P. SHONTS, Chairman.

2. The Chairman presented the following resolution authorizing the
advancing of funds to the Panama Railroad Company by the Isthmian
Canal Commission, which was adopted:
Whereas the Isthmian Canal Commission is, from time to time,
indebted to the Panama Railroad Company for account of work per-
formed, including second main track, and supplies furnished, in sums
aggregating at the present time approximately $100,000 per month,
and it being some time after the close of the month before the accounts
can be properly audited and passed for payment, and the Panama Rail-
road Company being in urgent need of funds:
And whereas Acting Attorney-General M. D. Purdy, in a decision
dated December 27th, 1905, stated that the Isthmian Canal Commis-
sion, under authority vested in the President (see section five of the
so-called "Spooner Act"), had authority to advance to the Panama
Railroad Company sufficient money to redeem the 628 $1,000 bonds of
that company, which had been sold under resolution of the Board of
Directors of the Panama Railroad Company to raise money for pur-
chase of new equipment and improvement to the railroad company's
property, it being subsequently decided to buy back these bonds, the
Isthmian Canal Commission, on the strength of the decision of the
Acting Attorney-General and approval of the. Secretary of War,
advanced the Panama Railroad Company $400,000, same to be applied
in payment of indebtedness then due the railroad company from the
Isthmian Canal Commission: Therefore it is
Resolved, That the General Auditor of the Isthmian Canal Commis-
Ssion is authorized to prepare vouchers from time to time after infor-
mation is obtained of the approximate net amount due Panama Rail-
road Company, and the Disbursing Officer is hereby authorized to pay
such vouchers when approved by the Chairman or his duly authorized
representative; and it is further
Resolved, That the General Auditor shall open an account in the
books of the Commission, charging the Panama Railroad Company
with the amounts so advanced, and as vouchers are passed and approved
tfor payment they shall be forwarded to the treasurer of the Panama
railroad Company for receipt, after which they shall be credited on
Stheadvances made to the Panama Railroad Company; and it is further
'i:Psolved, That the amounts heretofore advanced, viz, $400,000,
iDitmber 28, 1905. and $250,000 February 5, 1906, are hereby
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3. The Chairman stated that it had been thought desirable to:i
general authority to the Governor of the Canal Zone as weHli`j
the Chief Engineer to issue travel orders, and in accordance-:
this statement the following was adopted:. ,
Be it resolved, That circular No. 20, Isthmian Canal Commisptji'
January 1, 1906, be, and the same is hereby, amended so as pararui4
thereof shall read as follows:
"Before incurring any expense (for which payment by thei1j
States is to be claimed) in traveling upon the business of the C0 o
sion, an officer or employee must procure from the proper o!ffR.
order in writing, which shall specify the duty assigned and the' tri
to be performed as specifically as circumstances will permit. '*'
shall be signed by the Chairman of the Commission, the Governo.I
the Canal Zohe, or the Chief Engineer, or, by their direction, byi.
officer authorized by resolution of the Commission to represent hl
or either of them, in such cases. When an officer or employee is
distance from the officer authorized to sign travel orders, an
necessity for immediate travel will not permit of the delay neosj
to procure an order, or when other conditions render it impracticUi
to obtain an order without serious injury to the public intere
may proceed without such order, reporting at once in writing ti
head of his department the necessity for the travel without ordi~er
4. The Chairman brought up the question of reimburse
Panama Railroad Company for interest paid by it as a result
sale of Panama Railroad bonds. After discussion it was decided:
no action upon the matter be taken.
5. In connection with the charter parties entered into between:
Isthmian Canal Commission, acting for the United States, as ,
of the steamships Havana and Mexico (Panama and Colon) anDi .
Panama Railroad Company, charterers, the Chairman called atte "i.
to an arrangement entered into with the Panama Railroad C~lomp*
whereby the cost of installation of refrigerating plants, one on":
of said steamers, should be borne by the Isthmian Canal Comis
as owners, the approximate cost of such improvements being estiih
at $6,000 for each plant. It was '
Resolved, That the action of the Chairman in arranging for th -W
formance of this work under the direction of the Panama rEsaiAa
Company, in which he as Chairman of the Isthmian Canal Comi
and president of said company, directed that the total cost f
plants, respectively, be paid for by the Panama Railroad Compai
charged to account of the Isthmian Canal Commission, is hereby
fled, confirmed, and approved on behalf of the Commission a,
Panama Railroad Company is authorized to make bills for reinib.
ment of these expenditures, and the proper officers of the.- s
Canal Commission are authorized to approve vouchers for" ....
therefore.
Adjourned, subject to the call of the chair. :'
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TWENTIETH MEETING.

WASHINGTON, D. C., Aarch 8, 1906.
Present: Commissioners Shonts (Chairman) and Magoon.
1. The minutes of the previous meeting, held in Washington Feb-
ruary 20, 1906, were read and approved.
2. Resolved, That the following executive order of the Governor
of. the Canal Zone establishing harbor regulations, prescribing rules
for thegranting of pilot's licenses, and creating the positions of harbor
master and deputy harbor master for the harbors of the Canal Zone,
be, and the same hereby is, approved:

EXECUTIVE ORDER.

CANAL ZONE, ISTHMUS OF PANAMA, EXECUTIVE OFFICE,
Ancon, December 8, 1905.
By the authority of the President of the United States and upon direction of the
Secretary of War it is hereby directed:
i c S 1. It shall be unlawful for any person, without first having secured a "pilot's
: liensete" from the Government of the Canal Zone, to navigate any steam vessel with
Sa net tonnage of more than fifteen (15) tons in that portion of Limon Bay, and waters
.. entering it, situated south of a line running due west from the base of the statue of
IChristopher Columbus, as now standing on Cristobal Point, and such portions of the
C .aribbean terminus of the Isthmian Canal as may be used for harbor purposes; and
that portion of Panama Bay lying west of a line running due north from the east end
S'of Naos Island and north of a line running due west from the same point, and also
such portions of the Pacific terminus of the Isthmian Canal as may be used for harbor
u irposes.
Any person violating the provisions of this order shall be guilty of a misdemeanor,
a~"id upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding one hundred
Sdoia4 ($100.00).
S'" 2. The circuit courts of the Canal Zone shall have power to hear and deter-
Smihe 'ktions based upon violations of this order and to render judgment and impose
I: 0e penalty prescribed herein.
Sac. 3. Pilots' licenses shall be issued by the Governor of the Canal Zone upon the
recommendation, in 'writing, of a board of examiners, composed of one marine
engineer and two masters, pursuant to the following procedure:
Any person desiring to secure a pilot's license shall apply in writing to the harbor
..master of the harbor to which the desired license relates; thereupon the harbor
.ml..ter shall .appoint a board of examiners constituted as hereinbefore provided.
&:id board shall have authority, and are hereby required, to examine said applicant
ft.~ pilot's license and report thereon with recommendations to the harbor master.
pplcaneta shall be examined as to eyesight, hearing, and other physical require-
An Uts. by ope of the physicians of the Department of Health of the Government of
t.iCanal Zone,. who.shall certify his findings, in writing, to the board of examiners,
|itiB.h sid certificate shall he transmitted with the report of said board. Two mem-
-'fsaid board of examiners shall constitute a quorum thereof, and, in proper
;i ddlare applicants entitled to licenses. Upon receipt of said report and
*ihdation for license the harbor master is authorized to countersign and deliver
t he person so recommended, and shall report thereon to the Governor.
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SEC. 4. Pilots' licenses shall be in words and figures substantially as follows:

GOVERNMENT OF THE CANAL ZONE.
Issue No. -- *' "
LICENSE AS PILOT. .:|
This is to certify that has given satisfactory evidence to the boal "
examiners that he is a skillful pilot and can be entrusted to perform the dutiesi :
such upon the waters of -, and he is hereby licensed from the'.
hereof to act as such pilot until 190-, unless this license is sooner revo I'. te.!

Governor of the Canal e:::"

Harbor Master.
Not valid unless countersigned by the harbor master, Government of the AiU
Zone. 'i;
SEC. 5. The license shall recite the name of the port and the limit of the waiterdti%
which the license appertains, and shall be for any period of time not to exceed fii,::i
(5) years. The name of the licensee and the number of the license shall be reportV
to the governor. : :.,:
SEC. 6. Licenses issued pursuant to the provisions of this order may be revoked.. .
the harbor master at his discretion and by the Governor of the Canal Zone upon.spI
showing as in the opinion of the Governor justifies such revocation.
SEC. 7. Pilots engaged in navigating the harbors of the Canal Zone shall l:e. g*os
erned by rules and regulations prescribed by the harbor master and approved y .the
Governor of the Canal Zone.
SEc. 8. The maximum fees to be charged and collected by pilots shall ber :a
follows: .
For piloting each steam vessel into or out of harbor ------.....--.. ------.------
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SEC. 9. There shall be a harbor master and a deputy harbor master appointed qy:
the Governor for the harbors of the Canal Zone, whose duty it shall be to deterAit.i
where vessels shall lie at anchor in the harbors over which his jurisdiction extends;
to see that all rules and regulations that govern the navigation and occupancy a :"..
said harbors are observed; to settle all disputes as to wharfage rights and fee6i~5;
decide as to the order or time in which movements to and from. berths shall be miad:,:
and to perform such other services as are set forth in this order or may hereafter. b;
prescribed by law.
Effective January 15, 1906. (i:n
(Signed) CHARLEs E. MAGooNi,. ':,:::.
Governor of the Canal Zoc i:e

3. Resolved, That the following executive order of the Governor:::
the Canal Zone, appointing a harbor master and a deputy harbor mi
ter for the harbors of the Canal Zone, be, and the same herebyMi4!
ratified, approved, and confirmed:
EXECUTIVE ORDER. .
CANAL ZONE, ISTHMUS OF PANAMA, EXECUTIVE OrmZt,. "
Ancon, .December S0, i
Under the provisions of section 9 of the executive order issued by the Goveinot
the Canal Zone under date of December 6, 1905, providing for 'the appointmet
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pilots for the ports of the Canal Zone, Isthmus of Panama, prescribing their duties,
etc., Mr. W. G. Bierd is hereby appointed harbor master, and Mr. J. St. C. Hunt is
hereby appointed deputy harbor master, for the harbors of the Canal Zone.
S Effective January 15, 1906.
(Signed) CHARLES E. MAGOON,
SGovernor of the Canal Zone.

4. Resolved, That upon the recommendation of the chief sanitary
officer, the general order of the Chairman of the Commission, respecting
reduced rates of transportation from New York to Colon for families
of employees, approved by resolution No. 14, adopted by the Execu-
tive Committee at its seventeenth meeting, held August 2, 1905, be,
and the same is, hereby revoked.
5. Resolved, That the following executive order of the Governor of
the Canal Zone, creating the position of water commissioner of the
Government of the Canal Zone in the Department of Government and
Sanitation of the Isthmian Canal Commission, be, and the same hereby
is, approved:
EXECUTIVE ORDER.
CANAL ZONE, ISTHMUS OF PANAMA, EXECUTIVE OFFICE,
Ancon, January 16, 1906.
There is hereby created, effective January 16, 1906, the position of water commis-
sioner of the Government of the Canal Zone in the Department of Government and
Sanitation of the Isthmian Canal Commission, and Mr. George L. Campen, hereto-
j fore appointed Water commissioner, is designated to fill the position.
The duties of the water commissioner shall be to supervise and direct the work of
the inspector of plumbing in the city of Panama; to receive, accept, and act upon all
applications of property owners for the connection of their premises with the water-
works and sewers of Panama; to inspect water mains now and hereafter to be com-
pleted in the city of Panama or elsewhere leading from the reservoir at Rio Grande,
Canal Zone; and to perform such other duties as may be from time to time assigned
to him.
(Signed) CHARLEs E. MAGOON,
Governor of the Canal Zone.

6. Resolved, That the construction of the following buildings for
the use of the Health Department of the Government of the Canal
SZone, recommended by the head of the Department of Government
and Sanitation, be, and the same hereby is, authorized

ANCON HOSPITAL.

1. A detached building to be located close to Ward No. 19, to serve
as quarters for women attendants at the Hospital.
2. Three (3) buildings of two stories each, to provide six sets of
married quarters. To be located on slope south of Wards Nos. 3 and 4.
3. A kitchen 12 feet square, to the rear of the dining room now
Sunder construction at the nurses' home.
*: 4. A prison ward at Ancon Hospital, to be used for sick prisoners
and :the temporary confinement of insane patients.
;5. ,A building 14 feet square, to the rear of the upper end of the
pqiesent internes' quarters at Ancon Hospital, to be used as a bath-
ne'ei and water-closet.
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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


6. Two (2) chapels and quarters for chaplains.
7. Addition of one (1) room to the quarters occupied by..
Crabtree.
8. A building to be used as a laboratory by the board of he.it
the Canal Zone.
9. A set of married quarters to be constructed near Laboratort.:,;
f lJ,;. i4:'. .
COLON HOSPITAL.

10. A building to be used as officers' quarters, and three (3) bi'l%
ings to be used as married quarters.
11. A small lean-to annex at the west end of the new operating wi
to contain shower bath and water-closet.
12. Two (2) cells for the confinement of sick prisoners and deliriubq
and insane patients.
13. A building approximately 30'x30', to be used as a storeroomn4:
14. A building to be used for a steam laundry. :, :i
15. A building to be used as bachelor quarters for internes, ri
gist, etc., with twelve sleeping rooms, dining room, sitting rioc
kitchen, and toilet conveniences.

CULEBRA HOSPITAL. .. i

16. A small building approximately 12'x12', to be used as a mIn ui

STOREHOUSES. ,*,i
I. 'r-.rq
17. Storehouses, to be located, if practicable, at Cristobali, a id;i
take the place of the present storehouses at three different points.ili

7. Resolved, That the following order of the head of the Depairtn
of Government and Sanitation be, and the same hereby is, appr-ivoi

CIRCULAR No. 45. ,.:::'
CANAL ZONE, ISTHMUS OF PANAMA, EXECUTIVE O Tiou,! 'i'
Ancon, January so, Sio i,
By authority of the following resolutions of the Executive Committee of thxiL
mian Canal Commission, adopted Adgust 2, 1905, and approved by the Comsm 4
"Resolved, That the head of the Department of Government and Sanitation :f.Wi
Isthmian Canal Commission be authorized to direct that the Executive 8ecret
the Canal Zone shall sign such correspondence and orders relating to the work r:
Department of Government and Sanitation, including the Government of the
Zone, as the head of the Department of Government and Sanitation may'di~zreet,
",.j j
"Resolved, That during the temporary absence or disability of the head,.
Department of Government and Sanitation, the Executive Secretary of the;S
Zone is authorized to approve for payment such pay rolls, vouchers, and public*
and to approve such requisitions as the head of the Department of Governmen=wt
Sanitation is authorized or required to approve; such authorization to .a
unless otherwise directed by competent authority, so long as the temporary
or disability may exist;"
It is ordered and directed, That during the absence from the Isthmus of ithe:
signed, commencing January 21, 1906, the Executive Secretary of the Go.v ...

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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


of the Canal Zone shall sign such correspondence and orders relating to the work of
the Department of Government and Sanitation, including the Government of the
Canal Zone, as would require the action of the head of the Department of Govern-
ment and Sanitation or the Governor of the Canal Zone if he were present on the
Isthmus; and that during such absence he shall approve for payment such pay rolls,
vouchers, and public bills, and approve such requisitions, as the head of the Depart-
ment of Government and Sanitation is authorized or directed to approve. This
authority to continue, unless otherwise directed, during the absence of the under-
signed.
(Signed) CHARLES E. MAGOON,
Commissioner, head of the Department of Government
and Sanitation, Governor of the Canal Zone.

8. Resolved, That the following order issued by the head of the
Department of Government and Sanitation, December 20, 1905, be,
and the same hereby is, approved:
It appearing that the Isthmian Canal Commission and the Government of the
Canal Zone have accounts, from time to time, against the Government of the Republic
of Panama, and that it is required by the laws of the Republic that such accounts
upon presentation for payment shall bear internal-revenue stamps of value in propor-
tion to their amount; and it further appearing that the Government of the Republic
has authorized and directed that the value of the internal-revenue stamps so affixed,
when added to the face of the account to which affixed, shall be paid by the Treasury
Officials of the Republic in addition to the amount of the account, in order to reim-
burse the Canal Commission, or the Government of the Canal Zone, for the expendi-
ture incurred in the purchase of the stamps,
It is therefore ordered, That the disbursing officer of the Isthmian Canal Commis-
Ssion be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to purchase, from time to time,
such stamps as may be necessary to affix to accounts against the Government of the
Republic of Panama in favor of the Isthmian Canal Commission or the Government
of the Canal Zone, the purchase price of such stamps to be covered by an expense
account in his favor, and the value of the stamps affixed to each bill to be added to
the total of such bill, and to be collected by the disbursing officer from the Govern-
ment of the Republic.
This order will be reported to the Executive Committee of the Canal Commission
for its action.

9. Resolved, That the following order of the Governor of the Canal
Zone (dated January 12, 1906) be, and the same hereby is, approved:
By" authority vested in me by section 51 of Act No. 8 of the Isthmian Canal Com-
mission, article 13 of the Police Rules and Regulations of the Canal Zone, Isthmus of
Panama, is hereby amended to read as follows:
"ART. 13. The number and rates of pay of the members of the police force are
fixed as follows, the said rates, where differing from rates of pay formerly allowed,
to take effect on January 12, 1906:
U. S. currency
per annum.
1 captain ...---..--..... ---------.------... -----------------....---- $3,000
1 1st lieutenant..--.--.. -----.....--.......-....... ........--------... 2,000
S:' 1 2nd lieutenant -...-...--- --..... --.. ----.....---------------------- 1,600
i 1lst.lass sergeant ----------------------------------------- 1,200
.9 a nd-cass sergeants -...-----------..----.....------.---------------- 1, 00
i C orporals -----.----------------- ---------- -------------.---------.. 960

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150
1
1
2
1


MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

U. S. ourrtd%"
per annun.. ,3
Ist-class privates -------------------..-------------.------------. 900
2nd-class privates ---..............----........---.......--...................... 480
chief clerk .... ..- ...... ...... .... .. .... ......................... 2,000
record clerk...................... ..... ..------ -. .......-- ...... ..--- -.. 1,800
clerks ....--- ........ .... ......-- ------------...... .. .... .------------- 1, 50
clerks ---.... .......... ..--------------- -- --- .............------------------- 1,200
clerk ....................---- ....... ..-----......-....... -- -- ----- 1,00


"After one year of service the salaries of Ist-class sergeants and sergeants may, in
the discretion of the Governor and upon the recommendation of the chief of police,' ..
be increased to $1,500 ( United States currency) and $1,200 (United States currency):..
per annum, respectively.''

10. Resolved, That resolution No. 22 adopted by the Executive Coni-
mittee of the Canal Commission on October 4, 1905, be, and the same :.
hereby is, amended so as to authorize the construction of such build ,.
ings in the Canal Zone for use as quarters, storehouses, stables, etc:.,
in the protection of Government and private property against fire, as'.
may in the judgment of the Governor of the Canal Zone be necessary. i
.11. Resolved, That the construction of a court-bouse at Empire, in ai
the second judicial circuit-of the Canal Zone, and of a penitentiary for
the Canal Zone at Bohio, or such other point in the Canal Zone as the
Governor of the Zone may direct, be, and the same hereby is, author-
ized. The buildings to be of such style and character as the Governor
of the Canal Zone may determine.
12. Resolved, That the construction of a road around and through: '
the grounds of Colon Hospital, at an estimated cost of $1,500, United'
States currency, be, and the same hereby is, authorized.
13. The head of the Department of Government and $anitation suh ,
mitted the following lists of promotions, appointments, and change
made by him during the weeks ending October 7, 14, 21, 28, Novembdr
4, 11, 18, 25, December 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30, not heretofore reported,
which are hereby approved:










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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of (overnment and Sanitation, for
week ending October 7, 190.5.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


Name.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Hunt, Maud H. B .....
Irving, Florence ......
Kennedy, Emma L....
Sonneman, Otto.......

Rudd, Edward........

Jeffries, Emma N......

Flood, Robert E.......

Promotions.

Harrison, Nellie.......
Heckel, Carrie.........
Conners, Katherine ...
Rosendo, Jose A.......

Gonzales, Celestio.....

Noland, Dr. Lloyd.....

Todd, Amy E..........
Beverley, Dr. E. P.....

Heinemeyer, Louis C..


Tucker, Allen B.......
Purnell, John H.......

Transfers.

Kenealy, D. F.........


Dudley, Elmer E......

Francke, George......

Le Roy, Bernard R....

SILVER ROLLS.

Appointments.


Position.


Nurse, Ancon Hospital
... .do.................
.. .do.................
Quartermaster, A neon
Hospital.
Quartermaster, Mira-
flores Hospital.
Nurse. TabogaSanita-
rium.
Foreman, health of-
fice, Panama.


Nurse, Aneon Hospital
.....do................
.....do................
Head waiter, Ancon
Hospital.
Assistant cook, Ancon
Hospital.
Pathologist, Colon
Hospital.
Nurse, Colon Hospital.
Physiological chemist,
Colon Hospital.
Sanitary inspector,
chief sanitary in-
spector.
.....do................
Health officer, health
office, Panama.


Assistant commissary
clerk, Ancon Hospi-
tal.
Nurse, Taboga Sani-
tarium.
Chief clerk, chief san-
itary inspector.
Sanitary inspector,
health office, Colon.


Effective. Rate of pay.


Sept. 23
....do...
....do...
....do...

Oct. 1

Sept. 23

Oct. 1



Oct. 1
....do...
....do...
....do...

Sept. 16

Oct. 1


Oct. 1


....do...

....do ...

Oct. 3


Wilmot, Thomas ...... Orderly .............. Oct. 2
Duncan, Frederick.........do....................do...
Vincent, Arthur....... .....do ............... Oct. 3
Toledano, Andrea..... Ward maid............ Oct. 1
Brown Louisa..............do ............... Oct. 2
Davis, llen............ .... do................ ..do...
Manott, David ........ Assistant cook ........ Oct. 3
Dowers, Arnold ....... Laundryman. ........ Oct. 2
Lau.......................do................ Oct. 3
Broadhurst, Eleanor .. Laundress ............ ....do ...
Henry. Alfred......... Messenger ............ Oct. 2
Bell, Terrence ........ Attendant ............ Oct. 3
Allen, John R......... Waiter ................ Oct. *6
Carter, Joseph......... Orderly .............. Oct. 4
Coote, Alfred.......... Messenger ............ Oct. 3
Holder, Millicent...... Chambermaid ........ Oct. 5
Hutchinson, Lena.... Wardmaid ........... Oct. 4
Mordelle, William .... Orderly .............. Oct. 2
Rickett, William...... Scullion .............. Oct. 5
STunis, Augustine...... Wardmaid ............ Oct. 2
Weeks, William ....... Orderly............... Oct. 4
SFord, Berisford........ .....do................. Oct. 5
Pettinger, Mary....... Wardmaid........... Oct. 4
Wray, Charles.... A... Orderly ............... Oct. 1
Roe, Edward ......... Subforeman...............do...
Amador, Gustavo ..........do................ do...
Ci Crts, Daniel............. do................ Oct. 4
Vigna, Vincenzo ........do................. Oct. 5

I, .

I ll: .":


p.m. .50.00
p.m. 50.00
p.m. 50.00
p.a. 1,200.00

p.m. 50.00

p.m. 50.00

p.m. 75.00



p.m. 60.00
p.m. .60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 40.00

p.m. 60.00

p.a. 3,000.00

p.m. 60.00
p.a. 3,000.00

p.m. 100.00


p.m. 150.00
p.a. 3,600.00


p.m.


50.00


p.m. 50.00

p.a. 1,500.00

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.


30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
24.00
24.00
60.00
60.00
75.00
45.00
21.00
50.00
40.00
25.00
25.00
24.00
15.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
75.00
75.00
75. 00
75.00


Remarks.


Appointed in United States.
Do.
Do.
Do.

From attendant, at 550 sil-
ver.
Appointed in United States.

From foreman, at $100 sil-
ver.


From 550.
Do.
Do.
From 830.

From $50.

From physician, at $2,400.

From $50.
From physician, at $2,400.

From foreman, at $75.


From $125.
From acting health officer,
at $3,000.


Toengineeringdepartment.


From Miraflores Hospital.

From clerk, chief sanitary
office.
To auditor's office.




Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Miraflores Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Chief sanitary inspector.
Health office, Panama.
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38 MINUTES OF THIE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanita'
week ending October 7, 1905-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name.


SILVER ROLLS-cont'd.

Appointments-Con t'd.

Garel, John ...........
Morely, Nathaniel ....
Spollins. Arthur.......
Fontenel, Emanuel ...

Promotions.

Strong, Joseph ........

Partches, Theodore....
Martin, Charles .......
Erwin. Carolina.......
Ford, Clifton ..........
Lewis, Chas ..........

Powell, James.........
Robinson, Alfred......
Todd, Donald .........

Marselle, Joseph .. ...

Brown. Alexander ....

Nelson, Arthur........


Position.


Subforeman ..........
Carpenter............
Mason ...............
Subforeman...........



Attendant, Ancon
Hospital.
.....do................
.....do................
.....do................
Waiter.Colon Hospital
Attendant, Colon Hos-
pital.
.....do................
.....do.............
Chief cook, Colon
Hospital.
Attendant, Miraflores
Hospital.
Foreman, chief sani-
tary inspector.
.....do.................


Effective. Rate of pay.


Sept. 16
Oct. 2
....do...
Oct. 1



Oct. 1

....do...
....do...
....do...
Oct. 6
Oct. 1


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


$75.00
.40
.40
75.00



50.00

50.00
50.00
50.00
40.00
50.00

40.00
45.00
110.00

50.00

100.00

100.00


Remarks.






Health office, Colon,
Do.
Do.
Chief sanitary inspector. :a*:',


From orderly at i0. .S .

Do. .
Do.
From wardmaid, at 824. ::
From scullion, at $30.
Increased from $45.

From orderly, at $s0. .:':
Increased from 40.
Increased from 8100.

From orderly, at 830. .

From $75.

Do. :.
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REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointment. .

Frost, Mrs. Julia M.... Clerk, Cristobal post- Oct. 1 p.a.81,200.00 Appointed on Isthmus.. .
office. ;..
Transfer.

Clapp, C. J ............ Clerk, Cristobal post- Oct. 2 p.a. 1,200.00 From engineering dep i t
office. ment.


POLICE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Enlistments. ;;

Laing, James.......... Probationary private. Oct. 2 p.m. $26.67 Appointed on Isthmus, ..
Hawkins, Zachariah .. ....do................. ...do ... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Mayers, Frederick..........do.............. ....do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Wilkinson, D. B..........do .. .................do... p.m. 26.67 Do. .
Wallaston, John....... .....do..................do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Williams, Zedekiah ... .....do................. Oct. 4 p.m. 26.67 Do.
Ferguson, A. A............do............... Oct. 6 p.m. 26.67 Do.
Zapata, Lino ................do...............i Oct. 7 p.m. 26.67 Do.
Brooks, Henry......... .....do... ..... Oct. 1 p.m. 26.67 Do.
Byfield, James......... ....do.............. ....do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Clarke. Henry......... .....do................ ....do... p.m 26.67 Do. "
Graff, V. M ........... Probationary first-class .....do... p.m. 50.00 Do. :
private.


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department qf Government and Sanitation, for
week ending October 14, 1905.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


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


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Chisholm, C. R........ Clerk .................. Oct. 3 p.a.51,200.00 Appointed in United States
reported for duty Oct. 10.


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Bailey, Ethel E........

Lokey, Ethel..........
Bohen, Mrs. Agnes T.
W.
Ferber, Louise A ......
Smith, Emily C........
Weems, Mandville A..

Dowers,Arnold........
Delgado, Antonio M...


Paredes, Azacl.........

S Holland, M M.........

Mapson, Joseph .......
Promotions.

S Tomaselli, Dr. J.......
Loken, H. O.........

-Randall, J. P..........

'Traufers.

Bohen, Mrs. Agnes T.
W.
Dayton, Frank L......
Williams, Emm ......
Gelabert, Juan ........


Baribino, Nicolas......


Aragon, Julio .........


*ILVER. BOLLS.

Appointments.

Doyle, Arthur ........
Trotman, David.......
St. John, Clifford......
Wiliams, Nathaniel...
Harris, Israel..........
..owe, Mary ...........
ii, Atonis, Gabriel........
: .-yala, Amalia.........
M,: dison, Sylvia ......
:. :eindes. Bernice....
;': 0pberan, Manuel.....-
SCr:ooks, Nathaniel.....
et l.l.dith.........


4* .


Nurse,Ancon Hospital.

.....do .................
Nurse, Colon Hospital.

.....do................
.....do ................
Clerk, chief sanitary
office.
Messenger, chief sani-
tary office.
Sanitary Inspector,
chief sanitary in-
spector.
Time clerk, health of-
fice, Panama.
Sanitary foreman,
health office, Colon.
Assistant foreman,
health office, Colon.


Physician, La Boca...
Quartermaster a n d
disinfector, quaran-
tine, Colon.
Physician in charge,
Taboga Sanitarium.


Nurse,Ancon Hospital

Clerk, Ancon Hospital
Nurse, Colon Hospital.
Quartermaster, di-
rector of hospital
office (launch Pe-
tite Louise).
Engineer, director of
hospital o ffic e
(launch Petite
Louise).
Firemen, director of
hospital offi ce
(launch Petite
Louise).


Oct. 3.

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

....do...
....do...
Sept. 16

Oct. 10

Oct. 11


Oct. 1

....do...

....do...


p.m. 850.00

p.m. 50.00
p.m. 50.00

p.m. 50.00
p.m. 50.00
p.a. 1,500.00

p.m. 25.00

p.m. 100.00


p.a. 1,200.00

p.m. 75.00

p.m. 60.00


....do... p.a. 2,400.00
....do... p.m. 125.00


Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.


p.a. 3,000.00


p.m. 50.00

p. a. 1,500.00
p.m. 50.00
p.m. 75. 00


..do... p.m.


..do... p.m.


Orderly .............. Oct. 5
.....do................ Oct. 9
.....do ............... Oct. 11
.....do...................do...
..-..do ................. ..do...
Ward maid............ Oct. 12
Waiter .............. Out. 13
Laundress............. Oct. 10
.....do................... do...
.....do................. Oct. 13
Doorkeeper .......... Oct. 6
Orderly............... Oct. 9
Chambermaid........ Oct. 12


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.


75.00


35.00






30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
40.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
30.00
30.00
30.00


Appointed in United States:
reported for duty Oct. 10.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Do.
Appointed in United States:
reported for duty Oct. 12,
On Isthmus.

Do.


On Isthmus: from tempo-
rary time clerk.
On Isthmus; fromsilver roll.

Do.


Increased from 81,800.
From quartermaster,atS 100.


Increased from $2,400.


From Colon Hospital.

To auditing department.
From Ancon Hospital.
From quarantine, Panama.


Do.


Do.






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






40 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Saitaf iuM
week ending October 14, 1905-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued. :
'.: $1 -.. E: ;:


Name.


SILVER ROLLS-COnt'd.

Appointment-Con t'd.

Fredericks, Elizabeth.
Nevsmith, Daniel .....
Shout, William........
Smith, Zedekiah ......
Trotman, Rupert......
Williamson, Ethel.....
Torres, Antonio .......
Shaw, David ..........

Promoliois.

Rodriguez, Marcelino
Mclntosh, Wilfred....

Wray, Charles........


Position.


Ward maid............
Attendant...... ......
Orderly...............
.....do ................
Scullion .................
Chambermaid.........
Waiter................
Subloreman............


Waiter, Ancon Hospital
Attendant, Miraflores
Hospital.
Assistant cook, Mira-
flores Hospital.


Effective.


Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
....do
Oct.
Oct.


Oct. 14
Oct. 9

....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.


524.00
40.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
40.00
75.00


40.00
50.00

40.00


Remarks.





Colon Hospital.
Do,
Do. .
Do.
Do.
Do. .:.:
Do.
Quarantine, Panama.
Chief sanitary inspector :::
Cucuracha.


From scullion, at 840.
From assistant cook, at V,.

From orderly, at S80.


POLICE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments...:

Lincoln, Chas. T....... First-class private..... Oct. 7 p.m. 875.00 Appointed inUnitedStatej.
reported for duty Oct. 14.
Wilson, E. J............ Second-class sergeant. Oct. 3 p.m. 83.33 Appointed in Onited State.
reported for duty Qct.'ll
Carter, A. E........... First-class private.........do ... p.m. 75.00 Do.
Alexis,G. D............ Second-class sergeant. Oct. 9 p.m. 83.33 Appointed on Isthmus.

Enlisaments.

Pilgrin,W.C...... .... Probationary private. Oct. 9 p.m. 26.67 Appointed on Isthmus.
Martinez, M. A ............do............. ........do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Reeves, P. A.......... .....do................ do... do. p.m. 26.67 Do.
Miller, J. B............ Probationary first- ...do... p.m. 50.00 Do.
class private. ..
Jones, S. Z............ Probationary private. Oct. 11 p.m. 28.67 Do.
Thomas, C. A.............do............... ..do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Morris, William ...... .....do .............. ...do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Jordan, W. M..............do................. ....do... p.m. 26.67 Do.

Promotions.

McLaughlin, Philip... Second-class sergeant. Oct. 1 p.m. 83.33 From corporal, atS80.
Seeger, Joseph..... ... ......do................. ....do... p.m. 83.33 Do.
Nugent, Dennis........ Corporal .............. ..do ... p.m. 80.00 From first-class private, at
875. ..,...
Francis, G. J........... Second-class private ......do ... p. m. 40.00 From probationary privmt,
at $26.67. ..
Tipton, G. W........... Second-class sergeant ....do ... p.m. 83.33 From corporal, at $0B.
Ramsey, Joe........... Corporal ...............do ... p.m. 80.00 From. first-class private, at
875.
Evans,A. K.................do....................do... p.m. 80.00 Do.
Dooley, C. F................do....................do... p.m. 80.00 Do.
Brown, J. B .......... Second-class private.. ....do... p.m. 40.00 From probationary privatqi
at $26.67. *


I.*


CORRECTIONS.

Garel, John, shown on report of week October 7 as appointed subforeman, at 875 silver current'
September 16, at health office, Panama. Should be at health office, Colon. : ::;
Todd, Donald, shown on report of week October 7 as promoted chief cook, at 8110 silver currency WP"'
month, increased from 8100, October 1, at Ancon Hospital. Should be at Colon Hoapitl ."";:

OMITTED FROM REPORT OF OCTOBER 7, 1905. .

Health Department-Silver rol.-Baquie, Charles, appointed foreman, chief sanitary inspector, cin.
Isthmus, October 7, at 8100 per month.


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 41


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Goreriument and Sanitation, for
week ending October -I, 190.5.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


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


GOLD ROLLS.

Promotion.

Gafindo, Inocencio.... Legal adviser........ Oct. 1 p.a.94,0:Cl.00 Increased from $3,000.


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Eno, Harry............

Smith, Margaret M....
Wood, Rev. T. B ......

King, Rev. Britton....

Hendrick, Rev. S. Pur-
eel l.
Volk, P. Jose..........
Lawson, David........

Higgins, Montgomery
E.
Loveridge, Rev. S.
Moss.
Caldwell, B. W........

Aparicio, Felipe.......

Shaw, Charles..........

Extension of temporary
appointments.

Aguilera, Dr. Santos, J.


Interne, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Nurse, An on Hospital.
Resident chaplain,
Ancon Hospital.
Visitingchaplain, An-
con Hospital.
Resident chaplain,
Colon Hospital.
.....do................
Ambulance driver,
Colon Hospital.
Laboratory assistant,
chief sanitary office.
Resident chaplain,
Culebra Hospital.
Physician, Bas Obispo.

Sailor, quarantine,
Panama.
Cook, Gorgona Hospi-
tal.


Oct. 7

....do...
Oct. 16

....do...

....do ...

....do...
Sept. 25

Oct. 7

Oct. 1t;

Oct. 7

Oct. 16

Oct. 15


Medical inspector, Oct. 12
health office, Pan-
ama.


-Bertoli, Dr. F................do................. ....do...
Calvo, Dr. J. E ........ .....do ................. ....do...
Gasteazoro, Dr. Mari- .....do ................. ....do...
&no.
Merlano, Dr. Antonio .....do .....................do ...
C.
Uribe, Agusto ......... .....do....................do...
Velazquez, Dr. M. E... .....do ................. ...do...

Promotions.

Hibbard, Eugenie M .. Head nurse ........... Oct. 1
Murdock, Jessie M .... Assistant head nurse.. ....do...
Arias, Marie........... Nurse-................ ....do...
Bailey, EthelE..-.....--....do................. Oct. 3
Bell. Florence......... .....do ................ Oct. 1
Bidwell, Louise C..... .....do................. ....do...
Bischoff, Henrietta J.. .....do...................do -
Bohen, Mrs. Agnes T. .....do................. Oct. 3
W.
Bower, Louise......... .....do................. Oct. 1
Brakemeier, Louise ........ do....................do...
Brown, Mary.......... .....do-................ ....do...
Coleleugh, Ada.............do .................do...
Conners, Katharine... .... do................. ....do...
Cooke, Minnie ........ .....do.................... do...
Dougherty, Sara A .... .....do ................. ....do...
Drew, Anna L......... .....do................. ....do...
Farish, Winnies....... .....do.................. ..-.do...
Garvey, Margaret..... ..... do ................. .. do...
Gleason. Mary......... .....do ................. ....do...
rove, Blanche ....... .....do................ .....do...
H:' ackett. Mary --....... .....do'................ .... do...
S garrison, Nellie....... .....do................. ..do...
Heekel, Carrie .............do................. ....do...






Ci
: ;" "S


p.m. $100.00

p.m. 50.00
p.a. 1,200.00

p.a. 480.00

p.a. 1,200.00

p.a. 1,200.00
p.m. 45. 00

p.a. 1,200.00

p.a. 1.200.00

p.a. 2,400.00

p.m. 30.00

p.m. 30.00



p.m. 100.00


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

p.m.

p. m.
p.m.


100.00
100.00
100.00

100.00

100.00
100.00


p. a. 1,800, 00
p.a. 1,500. CO
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00

p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p. m. 75.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 75.00
pm. 75.00
p. m. 75.00
p. m. 60.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p. m. 75.00


Appointed in United States:
reported for duty Oct. 14.
Do.
Appointed on Isthmus.

Do.

Do.

Do.
Do.

Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Oct. 14.
Appointed on Isthmus.

Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Oct. 14.
On Isthmus, viceJuan Rod-
riguez, discharged.
On Isthmus, vice James
Brown, resigned.


Indefinitely.


Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.

Do.
Do.


Ancon Hospital: from 81,500.
Ancon Hospital; from 8900.
Ancon Hospital; from 850.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Ancon Hospital; from 860.
Ajcon Hospital; from 850.
Do.
Ancon Hospital; from $60.
Do.
Do.
Ancon Hospital; from $50.
Do.
Ancon Hospital; from 860.
Do.
Do.
Ancon Hospital; from S50.
Ancon Hospital; from $60.
Do.
Do.






42 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and
week ending October 21, 1905-Continued. .

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued. ..
__._ ..._.:.'_.:.__U


Name. Position. Effective.

GOLD ROLLS-conlt'd.
Promotions-Con t'd.
Hehn, Mary........... Nurse ................. Oct. 1
Holt, Anita Maria K... .....do................... do...
Hunt, Maud H. B ...........do ................... .do...
Irving, Florence ..........do................ ....do...
Kennedy, Emma L.........do ................ ....do...
King, Ella B .............do ............... ...do...
Krom. Louisa M............do ............... ....do...
Lamed. Grace.............do....................do...
Lokey, Ethel..............do.................. do...
Lyons, Mary V ........ .....do ................ ....do...
Macdonald, Margaret .....do.....................do...
C.
Mackereth, Adelaide .....do.....................do...
P.
Matts, Minnie Mae .......do............. ....do...
McArdle, Ellen C ..... ....do................ ....do...
Meech, Marietta L .........do .....................do...
Miller, Inger ......... ..... do.......... ........ do...
Murphy, Bridget ...... .....do............... .... do...
Pentland, Ruth .......I.....do................ .....do...
Pope, Amy E .......... Dietist ...................do...
Pri l, Mary............ Nurse ............ .......do...
Ray, Victoria .......... .....do ................. ...do...
Richardson, Ada M.... .....do ................ .....do...
Russell, Genevieve .... ..... do...................do...
Smith, Eleanor J ......I Nurse,operatingroom. ....do...
Smith, Margaret M.... Nurse ................. Oct. 7
Speirs, Grace.......... .....do................. Oct. 1
Sweeron, Gertrude .........do............... ......do...
Taylor, Jane T .............do................. ...do..
Turner, Anna R....... .....do ................ .... do..
Wickens, Rosa ............do............ ...do...
Williams, Emma ...... .....do................. ....do...
Ballantine, Margaret 1l......do................. ..do ..
Bean, Florence........ .....do............... ....do..
Corbett, Mary V....... .....do.................... do...
Eliner, May, Mrs ...... Matron ...................do...
Fairbanks, Helen '.... Nurse..................do...
Ferber, Louise A...... ...do............. Oct. 3
Garcon, Edward J.........do.............. Oct. 1
Gibson, Elizabeth ..... Head nurse ........... ...do...
Green, Harriette B.... Nurse.....................do...
Holmes, Amy B......... .....do...................do...
Humphrey, Mary H... .....do....................do...
Mooney, Virginia ..... ....do................ ....do...
Moore, Anna C............do.............. .......do...
Mnsgrave, William S.. ....do.......... ..... ....do...
Pritchard, Ida A ...... Nurse,operating room ....do...
Ridley, Alberta E..... Nurse ................ ....do...
Smith, Emily C ............do ................ Oct. 3
Smith, Sara B., Mrs ........do ............... Oct. 1
Todd, Amy E................do...................do...
Vaughan, Albert M ........do................ ....do...
Walsh, Mary .... ........do ................. ...do...
Francisco, Howard M Clerk, chief sanitary Oct. 16
office.
Wagner, Frank........ Assistant storekeeper, Oct. 21
chief sanitaryofice.
Laing, David A....... Clerk, director of hos- Oct. 1
pitals office.
Caraher, James....... Nurse, Culebra Hos- ....do...
pital.
Summersgill, Dr. H.T. Physician, Gorgona ....do...
Hospital.
Davies, W. H ......... Sanitary inspector, Oct. 16
.chief sanitary in-
spector.
Mattucks,AlexanderH. .....do...................do...

Tranifers.
Corrlgan, J. A......... Sanitary inspector, Oct. 16
chief sanitary in-
spector.


Rate of pay. '


p.m. O. 00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p,m. 75.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 76.00
p.m. 100.00
p.m, 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 75.00
p.a. 1,500.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 60.00
p. a. 1,200.00
p.m. 125.00
p.a. 1,500.00
p.m. 75.00
p.a. 3,000.00
p.m. 150.00

p.m. 100.00


p.m.


125.00


a _


Remarkii.


Rate ol pay.


~ __ _I___;;_


S....r
.* ., L :

Ancon Hospital: fIxt
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Ancon Hospital;
Do.
Do. .
Ancon Hospital; fr.
Ancon Hospital, from
SDo.w
Do.
Anoon Hospital; from
Ancon Hospital; fromt .
Ancon Hospital; froln
Ancon BospitAl. f6rm
Do.
Ancon Hospital; troa
Ancon Hospital: fro a'
Ancon Hospital;
Do. .
Ancon Hospital; fri .
Ancon Hospital; Iroimi
Ancon Hospital; f"rim
Do.'
Ancon Hospital; froim



Colon Hospital; Jfom
Do.U

Colon Hospital; ,E 'i|
Do.
Do.




Colon Hospital; frf:io :I
Do.

Colon Hospital;froim
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital; firomi ;

Colon Hospital; froum a
Do. '"'V A
Do.

Colon Hospital; from t 7'
Colon Hospital; froml& '



Do. .:. .
Colon Hospital; fron .m :
Do.




From assistant storakeespte
atColon Hospit,000. ,
Increased from 1r75. .
Do. .jc : ,





Increased from 12005.
Increased from 60.,: ..

Increased from 8,40. ..* ,
Increased from 2S12.

From sanitary.forem
$75.




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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 43


rAppointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
i* week ending October 21, 1905-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name.


SILVER ROLLS.

Appointments.

Sterling, Samuel .....

Aymer, Alfred.........
Gutzmore, Arthur.....
Johnson, Henry.......
Alien, James..........
SThompson, Joseph ....
Snyder, Andrew.......

i Taylor, John ..........
Mestraby, Francois....
Throwers, Elizabeth...
Leonce, Louise........
Solos, Victor...........
Barrow, Edward.......
Burke, Robert A.......
Dixon, William ......
F: Irish, Thomas.........
SMinott, WillUam.......
Oxford, Ernest........
Reid, Daniel........
SSmall, Fltwealey.....
Stevens, William......
SWhite, Frederick......
S'Williams, David.......
Boyee, Ezra ...........
Miler Robert.........
Torregloza, Edward...
SLea, G. A...........
Reomero, Fermin .....

.Promotioum.

Barragan, Juan .......

: Nation, Abram........

G rw, WiUfred........

Dqaogn, William......
Rdodriquez, Segundo...-

SRodriques, Marcelinio.

Mandeen, George .....

Map, Robert .........
Le Wilfred ........
'Pigott, Thomas........
Spollins, Arthur.......


Position.


Scullion .............

.....do...............
.....do................
Orderly.............
.....do.................
.....do...............
.....do................

.....do................
Assistant cook ........
Laundress ............
.....do................
Doorkeeper..........
Carpenter............
Painter..............
Scullion..............
Orderly..............
Scullion..............
Attendant............
Orderly..............
.....do.............
Stableman..........
Attendant ..........
Orderly .............
Attendant ..........
Cook.................
Orderly ..............
Subforeman ..........
Cook's helper........



Watchman, Panama
quarantine.
Watchman, Gorgona
storehouse.
Attendant, Ancon
Hospital.
.....do ..............
Waiter, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Scullion, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Attendant,Colon Hos-
pital.
...do................
.....do ...............
.....do ...............
Engineer, health of-
fice, Colon.


Effective.


Oct. 14

Oct. 17
Oct. 19
Oct. 16
.... do...
Oct. 14
Oct. 18

....do...
....do...
Oct. 17
....do...
Oct. 19
Oct. 20
Oct. 18
Oct. 18
Oct. 21
Oct. 16
....do...
Oct. 21
....do...
Oct. 16
Oct. 17
Oct. 20
Oct. 19
Oct. 20
....do...
Oct. 17
Oct. 16



Oct. 16

....do...

....do...

....do...
Oct. 19

Oct. 20

Oct. 16

....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.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.m.



p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.
p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.
p.m.
p. m.
p. bh.


840.00

40.00
40.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00

30.00
60.00
415.00
45.00
30.00
.36
.40
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
55.00
30 00
30.00
50.00
75.00
30.00
75.00
40.00



50.00

100.00

50.00

50.00
40.00

40.00

40.00

40.00
50.00
40.00
.50


Remarks.


Ancon Hospital; resigned
Oct. 17.
Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Ancon Hospital: resigned
Oct. 19.
Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Paraiso Dispensary.
Miraflores Hospital.
Do.
Colon health office.
Panama quarantine; vice
Juan Barragan, promoted..


From cook's helper, at 840.

From carpenter, at 80.32.

From orderly, at $30.

Do.
From doorkeeper, at 930.

From waiter, at 840.

From orderly, at 830.

Do.
Increased from 840.
From orderly, at 830.
From mason, at 80.40.


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

..- Appointmeunt

I Braden, obert J.....

SILVER SOLtL.

L ppointment.
J. 8.........


Postal clerk.---... I Oct.


p.a. $1,500.00


Railway mail clerk ... Sept. 19 p.m.


P:

tde;; l.~


75.00


Appointed in United States:
reported for duty Oct. 14.


I I


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44 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, d tand nsfrrs, Dlepartment of Government and Sanitation, J
week ending October 21. 1905-Continued.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.


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


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Ross, Stanley ........ Second lieutenant .... Sept. 23 (a) Appointed in Unitedtate
detailed from
Army.
Miller, J B............ Probationary first- Oct. 9 p.m. $50.00 Appointed on Isthmus
class private. ,
Enlistmenls. :.

Gordon, C. A .......... First-class private..... Oct. 16 p.m. 75.00 Appointed on Isthmus.
Johnson, John ........ Probationary private. Oct. 17 p.m. 26.67 Do.
Codner, P. W.......... .....do................. Oct. 19 p.m. 26.67 Do.
Gray, D. A............. ..... ............ ... ....do. .. p.m. 26.67 Do.
Davis. R. F.................do................ Oct. 20 p.m. 26.67 Do.
Lloreda, Guillermo .........do................. Oct. 21 p.m. 26.67 Do.

Promotions.

Quadrns, Leopoldo.... Second-class private.. Oct. 16 p.m. 40.00 From probationary private,
at 826.67.
McCauley, Frederick.. .....do................. ....do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Mullings, F. S......... ... do-................. .... do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Henry. E. A........... .....do...............d. .... do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Wedderburn, A. C-..... .....do...................do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Sterritt, C. J ........................do ........ ....do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Poulton. Charles ...... ..... do....................do... p.m. 40.00 Do. '
Arosemena, Urbano... .....do................. .....do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Dooley, C. F.......... Second-class sergeant. ....do ... p.m. 83.33 From corporal at $80.
Foster, J. L........... Second-class private.. Oct. 21 p.m. 40.00 From probationary private
at 626. 67.
Millmon, Alexander .. Corporal .............. Oct. 16 p.m. 80.100 From first-class private at:'
575. i
Vanderpool. J. H...........do................. ....do... p.m. 80.00 Do.
O'Connor, Charles........do....................do... p.m. 80.00 Do.
Alvarez, Felix......... ....do................. ....do... p.m. 80.00 Do.

a United States Army pay plus 50 per cent.

Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for '
week ending October 28, 1905.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


Name.


Position.


Effective.


Rate of pay.


Remarks.


GOLD ROLLS.

Promotions.

McGeachy, William... Copyist................ Oct. -1 p.m. $60.00 From messenger at $50.

Reductions.

Thompson, J .......... Messenger ............ ....do... p.m. 20.00 From $25.

Transfrs.

ihisholm, C. R....... Clerk ............... Oct. 16 p.a. 1,200.00 To health office, Colon.


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Gillett, Alice M........
Stevens, Juliet 1 .....
Quijano, Father Daniel
Smith, Charles W......


Nurse, Ancon Hospital
.....do...... ...... ....
Resident chaplain,
Ancon Hospital.
Cook, Aneon Hospital.


Oct. 16
....do...
Oct. 22


p.m. $60.00

p.m. 60.00
p.a. 1,200.00


Oct. 26 I p.m.


76.00


Hli

Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Oct. 2S i
Do.
Appointed on Isthmus.
Do.







MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 45


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
week ending October 28, 1905--Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name.


Position.


Effective.


GOLD ROLLS--COnt'd.

Appoinfmenia-Cont'd.

Russell, Christine R... Nurse, Colon Hospital. Oct. 16i


Somers, Elizabeth.....
Holliday, Mary.......

Idalgo, Lioncio........

Coutreras, Pedro ......

Wise,J. L..............

De Hart, Sanford......

Alexis, G. D...........


Trestrail, Gordon......

Promotions.


.....do................
Stenographer, Colon
Hospital.
Sailor, Panama quar-
antine.
Sailor, director of
hospital's office.
Chaplain, Gorgona
Hospital.
Nurse, Miraflores Hos-
pital.
Sanitary foreman,
chief sanitary in-
spector.
Sanitary inspector,
health office, Colon.


Gossin, Charles S...... Nurse ...............


Pettit, W. N.........
Graham, Frank .......
Jones, Oliver..........
SBlum, Robert .........

jC Transfer.

SChishom, C. R........

SILVER ROLLS.

Appointments.

Lucas, Lawrence......
r Wilmot, William.....
Bartley, Jonathan...
SGraham, Simeon ......
SHercules, James.......
; Gomez, Mario .........
Arguelles, Simona.....
Peterson, Gertrude....
Boeninghausen, Cle-
ment.
Morgan, Ernest .......
SWilson, Benjamin-....
SCadogan, Archibald...
SHall, Richard........
Morgan, Elias.........
Ramos, Simeon........
Smith, Augsustus ......
SThorpe, Clifford.......
Whittaker, Roslyn....
Wilson, J oseph........
SVaasall, Rufus.........
SGonzales, Cordoba ....


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



Timekeeper, health
office, Colon.



Orderly .............
.....do................
.....do.................
.....do.. ............
.....do................
Assistant cook ........
Laundress ..........
.....do................
Laundryman ........


....do ...
Oct. 21

Oct. 2S

Oct. 14

Oct. 16

....do ...

Oct. 21


Oct. 24



Oct. 1

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



Oct. 16




Oct. 21
Oct. 2
Oct. 24
Oct. 26
....do ...
Oct. 256
....do...
....do...
....do...


Orderly .............. Oct. 27
.....do..................do...
Scullion............... Oct. 25
.....do................ Oct. 23
.....do.......... ...... ....do...
.....do............... .... do...
Attendant...............do...
Scullion ............. ....do...
Wardmaid ........... Oct. 22
Orderly .................. do...
Third cook............ Oct. 24
Subforeman ......... Oct. 16


Monroe, Robert ....... .....do................
Villareal, Encarnacion .....do ...............

Chiari, Sebastian........ do................
Barnett, Edward ...... Mason ...............


Promotions.

Hylton, Moses........

Miller, Joseph A.......






i ""'.


Attendant, Ancon
Hospital.
Second cook, Colon
Hospital.


....do ...
Oct. 25

Oct. 28
Oct. 25


Rate of pay.


p.m. $60.00

p.m. 6u. 00
p.m. 100.00

p.m. 30.00

p.m. 30. 00

p.a. 1.200.00

p.m. 60.00

p.m. 75.00


p.m. 100.00


p.m.

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


60.00

60.00
60.00
60.00
75.00


p.a. 1,200.00


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.h.


16 p.m.

24 p.m.


30.00
30.00
30. 00
30. 00
30.00
60.00
45.00
45 00
60.00

30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
30.00
40.00
75.00

75.00
75.00

75.00
.40



50.00

50.00


Remarks.


Appointed in United States:
reported for duty Oct. 23.
Do.
Appointed on Isthmus

Do.

Do.

Do.

Appointed in United States:
reported for duty Oct. 23.
Appointed on Isthmus.


Do.


From $50,
tal.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


Mirafores Hospi-


From executive office.





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

Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Chief sanitary inspector,
Empire.
Do.
Chief sanitary inspector,
Gatun.
Health office, Panama.
Health office, Colon.



From orderly at $30.

Increased from $40.






46 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sani
week ending October 28, 1905-Continued..

REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


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

__ ~ P s m serT b r il Oct 17_____________ _______________ ____________,' .-


GOD0. ROLLS.

Appointments.

Kusneck, Frank ......
Storla, John L.........

Transfer.

Remy, A ..............


PostmasterTabernilla Oct. 17
Clerk ................. Oct. 16



Postmaster, Paraiso... Oct. 17


p.a. 890.00
p.a. 1, 00.00


90.00


Appointed on Ies
Appointed in United
reported for dnutpJ.,


From postmaster at 'T
nilla at 890.
.,; .:.


POLICE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointment.

Cloyd, S. O ..........

Enlistment.

Bowen, J. E...........

Promotions.

Prout, J. A.............

Gray, J. A .............
Henlin, F. W..........
Foster, M. A............
Markland, James......
Melbourne, C. S.......
Peterson, Wm .........
Abrahams Thomas....
Brown, J. ...........
Legall, A. H..........
Hopkins, Joseph.......
Ferguson, J. A.......
Hall, J. A.............
Gayle, U. A...........
Brown, G. E.........


First-class private..... Oct. 16



Probationary private. Oct. 24


Second-class private ..

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


Oct. 22

....do...
Oct. 24
....do...
.... do...
....do ...
....do...
Oct. 26
....do ...
Oct. 25
....do...
Oct. 26
.... do,..
....do...
Oct. 24


p.m. $75.00



p.m. 26.67


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.


40.00

40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00


Appointed in Unitedlt
reported for duty t 2

Appointed on Isthmus. '



From probationary plae
at $26.67. ;,
Do. .
Do.
Do. .., :.:::
Do. ..
Do.
Do.
Do. ....
Do.
Do. 7:.
Do.

Do.
Do.
Do. : .
Do."


CORRECTIONS. :l

Drew, Anna L., nurse, Ancon Hospital. Shown on report for week ending October 21,. 190i a
moted from 850 to $60 per month. Should be from 850 to $75 per month, October 1,.1805&..;

Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Saniitouib
week ending November 4, 1906.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Gorham, Dr. George H.

Hall, Howard E.......

Laridan, Rev. Georges.


Delgado, Julio.........

Charles, Thomas ......

McLean, Joseph.......


Interne, Colon Hospi-
tal.
Clerk, chief sanitary
office.
Visiting chaplain at
large, director of
hospitals office.
Sailor director of hos-
pitals office.
Nurse, Culebra Hospi-
tal.
Cook, Taboga Sanita-
rium.


Oct. 24

Nov. 1

....do-...


Oct. 24

Nov. 1

Oct. 21


p.m. 8100.00

p.a. 1,200.00

p.a. 480.00


p.m.

p.m.

p.m.


30.00

60.00

30.00


Remarks, .


Si i
---------------------..-... *". ;.: .




Appointed in Uni
reported for duty
Appointed on Isthus

Do. '" -^i:
Do.

Do. A;i'

From silver rills.

Appointed-on Isthniuu,'


S .. ....
:. ..":: .; :":: ,.


".. "'":. ".aH.: "ik









r


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
week ending November 4, 1905-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


I.


















I.


Colon

ector,
office.


Bell, Florence......... Nurse ................
Bean, Florence............do ............
Rosenbaum, A. L...... .....do......... ....

Laing, David A ...... Clerk ................


it
it


Clerk and dispenser ..
Nurse ................
.....do................


Effective.


Rate of pay.


I !


Name. Position.


GOLD ROLL--cont'd.

.dppointmentf-Cont'd.

Smith, W. E........... Subforeman,
health office.
Weigle, Wm. E........ Sanitary insp
SColon health


.....do................I....do...


Brand, Edward W.....
Dinzey, Richard B ....
Dudley, Elmer E......

Jeffries,EmmaMadl yn.

Change in designation.

Coroalles, Manuel.....


SILVER ROLLS.

Appoint ed:s.

WAllace, Alex........
Bryan, John M........
Read, William.........
Bleuman, John........
Seale, Benjamin.......
Seeley, John...........
Bartley, Levi..........
Walker, Richard...'...
Gutzmore, Arthur.....
Viga; Waldino.......
Moreno, Jose........
Aldred, Sarah.........
Goodismn, Ellen......
Jald Rita.........
Crolee, ugusta .......
Henry, Catherine......
Leadford, Jane ........
Shakespeare, Joseph ..
Tpeker, Blahard......
Greenidge, James.....
Jones, Norman........
Gordon Ernest B......
Brown, eonard.......
Davis, Arthur .........

Mudarro, Julio........
McKinney, Barney....
Nix, Edward..........
SHiggins, Samuel.......
,.. Hamilton, Solomon...

Prowotiona.

N esbit, Samui ........

Bartley, Henry........
.. rongJosep.........
n.,. ig, Eustace ........
Bi;..: lett, Joseph........
: ielsGlbert.......

i, :1Laclan, Elizabeth.




U.,,',!!i',u::.i i' f
Ceal E... .. ...
e.......


Nov. I





Oct. 23
Nov. 3
Oct. 28
....do...
....do...

....do...
Nov. 1
....do...
Oct. 30
Nov. 1
Oct. 30
....do...
Oct. 31
....do...
Nov. 1
....do...
....do...
.-..do...
....do...
Nov. 2
Nov. 1
Nov. 2
....do...

Nov. 1
Oct. 16
Nov. I
Oct. 30
....do...



Nov. 1

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

...do...

Nov. 1

....do...

-...do...


p.m. $75.00

p.m. 100.00



p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 60.00

p.a. 1. 500. 00

p.m. 75.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 60.00

p.m. 60.00



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. h.
p. h.


30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
60.00
60.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
24.00
24.00
24.00'
30.00
30.00
60,00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00

75.00
100.00
100.00
.40
.40


Medical inspector,
Panama health of-
flee.




Orderly..............
.....do.................
.....do ..............
.....do.................
.....do...............
.....do.................
.....do.................
.....do.................
.....do.................
Laundryman .........
.....do................
Laundress ............
.....do...............
.....do................
Wardmaid ...........
.....do................
Laundress ...........
Scullion .............
Orderly ..............
Attendant ...........
Orderly..............
.....do................
.....do................
.....do.................

Bubforeman...........
Foreman............
.....do.................
Mason ..............
...do................



Attendant, Ancon
Hospital.
.....do................
.....do..............
.....do.................
......do.................
Orderly, Colon Hos-
pital.
Laundress, Colon Hos-
pital.
Scrubber, Colon Hos-
pital.
Attendant,ColonHos-
pital.
Laundress, Colon Hos-
pital.


Remarks.


Nov. 2

....do...



Nov. 1
....do...
Oct. 1

Nov. 1

Oct. 1
....do...
....do...


MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


p.m. 50.00

p.m. 50.00
p.m. 50.00
p.m. 50.00
p.m. 50.00
p.m. 30.00

p.m. 36.00

p.m. 35.00

p.m. 40.00

p.m. 36.00


r M rUl s u, .


Appointed on Isthmus.

Do.



From 860, Ancon Hospital.
From 860, Colon Hospital.
From $50, chief sanitary
office, laboratory division.
From 51.200, director of hos-
pitals office.
From 50, Gorgona Hospital.
From S60, Gorgona Hospital.
From 650, Taboga Sanita
rium.
Do.



From attending physician.





Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
'Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Bas Obispo Dispensary.
Gorgona Hospital.
Miraflores Hospital.
Do.
Mirafores Hospital (dis-
charged same day.)
Chief sanitary inspector.
Do.
Panama health office.
Colon health office.
Do.



Prom orderly at $30.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Increased from 820.

Increased from S30.

Increased from $30.

From orderly at $30.

Increased from 930.





48 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation,
week ending November 4, 1905-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


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


SILVER ROLLS-CODt'd.
Promotions-Cont'd.
Gascoine, George...... Foreman, chief sani- Nov. 1 p. m. 8100.00 From subforeman at $76.
tary inspector.
Haughton, Wm........ .....do................. ....do... p.m. 100.00 Do. .
Gibbs, Thomas......... Foreman, Panama ....do... p.m. 100.00 Do.
health office.
Campbell, Charles..... Subforeman, Colon ....do... p.m. 75.00 From laborer.
health office.
Fentado, Michael ..... .....do.....................do... p. m. 75.00 Do.
Turner, Thomas....... .....do................. ....do-. p. m. 75.00 Do.
Wiseman, Henry ..........do..... ...................do... p. m. 75.00 Do.
Young, Gordon.............do................. ....do... p.m. 75.00 Do. -'

REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

GOLD ROLLS.
Appointments.
Nixon, Fred M ........ Postal clerk........... Oct. 24 p.a.01,500.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Oct. 31. ..'
Northrop, Mrs. Martha Postmistress, Matachin Nov. 1 p.m. 60.00 Appointed on Isthmus.

SILVER ROLLS.
Appointments.
Bather, Charles ....... Messenger, Culebra Nov. 1 p.m. 75.00 Appointed on Isthmus.
post-office.


POLICE DEPARTMENT. '"i

GOLD ROLLS..
Appointments.
Shaw, J. N ............ First-class private.... Oct. 24 p. m. $75.00 Appointed in United Statei;. .
I reported for duty Oct. :. :
Clark, Orin M.......... .....do................. ....do... p. m. 75.00 Do.
Enlistments.
Spence. Percival ...... Probationary private. Nov. 1 p. m. 26.67 Appointed on Isthmus.
Stewart, James........ .....do................. Oct. 30 p. m. 26.67 Do.
Rhoden, A. N.......... Second-class private.. Nov. 1 p. m. 40.00 Appointed on Isthmus; re-
enlistment.
Scarlett, David........ Probationary private Nov. 2 p. m. 26.67 Appointed on Isthmus.
Promotions.
Seeger, Joseph.......... First-class sergeant ... Nov. 1 p. m. 100.00 From second-class sergeaMt
at 883.33. ;'
Murdock, Andrew .... Second-class sergeant. ....do... p. m. 83.33 From corporal at S80.
Graft, V. M ............ First-class private..... ....do... p. m. 75.00 From probationary A1r. ....
class private at $50. ....
Brooks, Henry ........ Second-class private ......do... p. m. 40.00 From probationary private "'
at $26.67.
Byfield, James .............do................. ....do... p. m. 40.00 Do.
Clarke, Henry........ .....do................... do... p. m. 40.00 Do. *
Wallaston, John....... ..... do................. ....do... p. m. 40.00 Do.
Watson, Uriah......... .....do............. .....do... p. m. 40.00 Do.
Mayers, Frederick .... .....do................. Nov. 2 p.m. 40.00 Do. ,::
Williams,Zedekiah.........do................. Nov. 4 p.m. 40.00 Do. ::
Transfer.
Robertson, Wm. T..... Clerk ................. Nov. 1 p.a. 1,000.00 From second-class sergeaiS't ..
at 61,000. "

CORRECTION.
Laing, David A., clerk, director of hospital's office. Shown on report of week ending October 21.as:J:!i.-
promoted from $1,200 to $1,500 per year October 1. Should be November 1, as shown on this :...
report (week ending November 4).
S ...:J:







MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 49


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Governme'n and Sanitaiion, Jor
Seek ending November 11, 1905.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


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


GOLD BOLLS.
Transfers.
Reidy, J. J ............ Plumbing inspector .. Nov. 1 p.a.52,400.00 From municipal engineer-
ing department.


PROSECUTING ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.

GOLD ROLLS.

Transfers.
Parker, Harry L....... Clerk ................. Nov. 1 p.a.81,500.00 To engineering department.
Jordan, Herbert R .... .....do...................do... p.a. 1,500.00 From engineering depart-
ment.


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.
Appointments.
Cannon, Minnie J .... Nurse, Ancon Hospi- Oct. 31 p.m. $60.00 Appointed in United States;
ta]. reported for duty Nov. 7.
'O'Donnell,- Mary ...........do.....................do... p.m. 60.00 Do.
Crabtree, Geo. H.,first Physician, Ancon ...do... (o) Detailed from United States
Lieutenant, U. S. Hospital. Army, reported Nov. 7.
S Army.
B eyer, Minnie E ...... Nurse, Colon Hospital ....do... p.m. 60.00 Appointed in United States:
reported for duty Nov. 7.
Shorten, Amy L ...........do................ ...do ... p.m. 60.00 Do.
Vandegrift, Luella ---... .....do................. ....do... p. m. 60.00 Do.
Hauswirth, Mrs. Lura. Stenographer, chief Nov. 7 p.m. 100.00 Appointed on ltthmus.
sanitary office.
Midarra, Alejandro... Sailor, directorof hos- Nov. 4 p.m. 30.00 Do.
pital office.
Lynn, Dr. W. J........ Intrne Miraflores Nov. 6 p.a. 1,200.00 Do.
. Hospital.
De la Parra, Lucien G. Druggist, Miraflores ....do -. p.m. 50.00 Do.
Hospital.
Greene, Olin B........ Sanitary inspector, Nov. I p.m. 100.00 Do.
chief sanitary in-
Sspector.
Williams, Kenneth.... Stenographer, chief Nov. 9 p.m. 100.00 Do.
sanitary inspector.
Btinting, John......... Assistant timekeeper, Nov. 1 p.m. 75.00 Appointed on Isthmus(from
Panama health office. silver roll).
SYWilliams, Harold P.... Clerk, Colon health Nov. 7 p.m. 75.00 Appointed on Isthmus.
office.
Promotions.

BtEackhurst, John...... Storekeeper, Panama Nov. 1 p.m. 125.00 From sanitary inspector, at
o"h .. health office. $100.
lTransfers.
Eno, Harry............ Interne, Colon Hos- Nov. 11 p.m. 100.00 From Ancon Hdspital.
pital.
S.aucemt, Samuel T .....Physician, Miraflores Nov. 10 p.a. 1,800.00 Do.
SHospital.
SiObarrio, Pedro de ..... SuperintendentSanto Nov. 1 p.a. 3,600.00 From assistant health of-
STomas Hospital, ficer, Panama, at $2,400.
Panama.
BSufliergill, Dr. K.T.. Physician, Corozol Nov. 9 p.a. 3,000.00 From Gorgona Hospital.
dispensary.
r Dr. T......... Physician. Pedro ....do... p.a. 2,400.00 From Corozol dispensary.
SMiguel Dispensary.
h t, Jhn V.,jr.... Sanitary foreman, ....do... p.m. 75.00 From Colon health office.
Chief sanitary in-
spector.
S. : U. S. Army pay plus 60 per cent.
:.. i.t:." .






50 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government of Sanitaiu fA i
week ending Novemrber 11, 1905-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


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


SILVER RO.LS.

Appointments.

Phillips. James........
Peters, Joseph.........
Trinningham, Henry..
Small. Aaron ........
Dailey, Albert........
Barrows, Amanda.....
Manahan, Ada.......
Hutchinson, Roslyn...
McPherson, Alice....
League. Melvina......
Erada, Janetta .......
Girangel, Nathaniel...
Sing.................
Morel, Juan...........
Rueit, Leonard........
Alexander, St. Mark..
Burton, Alice...........
Clarke, Lydia .........
Golden, Eliza..........
Green, Rebecca .......
Greenidge. James E...
Payne, Charles........
Pereira, Louise........
Shaw, Rebecca ........
Smith, Henry .........
Stone, Richard........
Solis, Esteban .........
Greenidge, James .....


Orderly ............
.....do.................
.....do................
.....do..............:-.
Scullion..............
Wardmaid ..........
.. ...do.................
Laundress ..........
.....do.................
..... do .................
..... do.................
Laundryman .........
.....do ................
W aiter ..............
Messenger ............
Attendant ...........
Laundress ...........
Ward maid..........
.....do .................
Laundress ............
Attendant ............
Orderly .............
Laundress ...........
Ward maid...........
Attendant ..........
Waiter................
Cook.................
Attendant ............


Bowers, S. W............... do ..............


Harrison. William ....
Gaston. Theosophite..
Ford, Berisford........


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


Francisco, James...... Third cook............
Dew, Charles........... Second cook .........
Carby, Herbert........ Attendant ...........
Vaasquez, Juan B ...... Orderly ...............
Avilla, Ruben......... .....do ...............
Thompson, Joslyn..... Attendant ............
Marquez, Raymond R. ....do ...............
Reed, Alfred H........ Foreman .............
Stewart. Alexander... Carpenter.............
Evans, Frederick....... ....do................


Promotions.

Beresford, Muriel .....

Wallace, Henry .......

Transfers.

Mordelle, William.....

Sinclair, Charles ......

Watson, James ........

Villareal, Enearnacion


Laundress, Ancon
Hospital.
Attendant, Miraflores
Hospital.


Attendant, Colon
Hospital.
Carpenter, Colon Hos-
pital.
Painter, Colon Hos-
pital.
Subforeman, Colon
health office.


I Nov. 6
.... do...
....do...
Nov. 7
Nov. 6
....do...
Nov. 7
Nov. 6
Nov. 7
Nov. 9
Nov. 10
Nov. 8
Nov. 2
Nov. 10
Nov. 6
Nov. 2
Nov. 11
Nov. 6
Nov. 9
Nov. 10
Nov. 5
....do...
Nov. 11
Nov. 8
Nov. 6
Nov. 5
Nov. 10
Nov. 1

Nov. 10

Nov. 9
....do...
....do...

.... do...
....do...
....do...
Oct. 29
Oct. 30
Nov. 11
....do ...
Nov. 10
Nov. 6
Nov. 9


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.h.


Nov. 1 -p.m.

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


Nov. 11

Nov. 1

...do...

Nov. 10


p. m.

p.h.

p.h.

p.m.


$30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
40.00
24. 00
24.00
45. 00
45.00
45.00
45.00
60.00
80.00
40.00
21.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
60.00
80.00

80.00

30.00
30.00
30.00

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



50.00

50.00



30.00

.40

.40

75.00


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointment.

MeNish, William J .... Postal clerk........... Oct. 31 p.a.1,500.00


From Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. .
Do. 5
Do.
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital.
Do. .
Do.
Do. :
Do.
Do. : ;
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Panama quarantine. #..
Bas Obispo Dispensary; di-:.....
charged Nov. 9. .
Bas-Obispo Dispensary, vice
James Greenidge.
Miraflores Hospital..
Do. *
Miraflores Hospital, reap-
pointed.
Miraflores Hospital. ..
Do.
Do.
Taboga Sanitarium.
Do.
Do.
Do. ;.
Colon health office.
Do. .
Do.



Increased from 646.

From orderly at 630.



From orderly at $30.

Rating changed from 875.

Rating changed from 880.

From chief sanitary insped. :
tor.









Appointed in United State::
reported for duty Nov.. 7
Pu,







MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and tran, fers, Department of Goerernent and Sanitation, for
week ending November 11, 1905-Continued.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.


Name.


GOLD ROLLS.

Enlistments.

Burke, H. S............
Morgan, W. J..........
Appleton, J. T.........
Green, Alexander.....

Promotions.

Reeves, P. A...........

Pilgrin. W. C.........
Jones, S. Z............
Jordan, W. M .........
Thomas. C. A..........
Miller, J. B............


Position. Effective. Rate of pay.


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



Second class private..

.....do .............
.....do ...............
.....do ... ............
.....do .......... .....
First-class private....


Nov. 6
....do...
....do ...
....do...



Nov. 9

.... do...
Nov. 11
....do...
....do...
Nov. 9


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



p.m.

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


826.67
26.67
26.67
26.67



40.00

40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
75.00


Remarks.






Appointed on Isthmus.
Do.
Do.
Do.



From probationary private
at $26.67.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
From probationary first-
class private at 550.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
week ending November 18, 1905.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


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


GOLD BOLLS.

Promotions.

Barrett, J. K........... Clerk ................. Nov. 1 p.a.81,800.00 Increased from $1.650.
Hayworth, Geo........ Chiefdivisionof time- ....do... p.a. 2,000.00 From acting chief at 81,800.
keeping.
Dropped from rolls.

Bentz, D. H........... Clerk ................. Oct. 31 p.a. 1,500.00 Granted indefinite leave
without pay Aug. 29.


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLIB.

Appointments.

Hearne, Charles A.....

Orenstein, Dr. A. J ....
Bentley, Margaret L...

Roper. Mary J.........
Hoyt, Dr. Benj. F.....

Johnson, Alice M. M ..

McDonald, Dessa V....
Richardson, Mary.....
Hastings, Oliver H....

Quimby, E. Frederick.

Smith, Harry........

Clery, John H.........

anchez, Joseph M ....


SBcker, Emil..........

SBaathCharles.........




r ':'.;: .,; .Y .


Interne, Ancon Hos-
pital.
.....do.................
Nurse, Ancon Hospi-
* tal.
.....do................
Interne, Colon Hos-
pital.
Nurse, Colon Hospi-
tal.
.....do.................
.....do.................
Clerk, chief sanitary
office.
Nurse. Miraflores Hos-
pital.
.....do.................

Clerk and dispenser,
Empire Hospital.
Sanitary inspector,
health office, Pan-
ama.
Nurse, health office,
Colon.
Sanitary foreman,
health office, Colon.


Nov. 6

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

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

....do...

....do...
....do...
Nov. 4

Oct. 31

Nov. 13

Nov. 16

Nov. 9


Nov. 6

Nov. 16


p.m. $100.00

p.m. 100.00
p.m. 60.00

p. m. 60.00
p.m. 100.00

p. m. 60.00

p. m. 60.00
p. m. 60.00
p.a. 1,500.00

p.m. 60.00

p.m. 60.00

p.m. 100.00

p.m. 100.00


p.m. 60.00

p.m. 75.00


Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Nov. 13.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Do.

Do.

Do.
Do.
Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Nov. 10.
Appointed in United States;
reported fot duty Nov. 7.
Appointed on Isthmus.

Do.

Appointed on Isthmus; vice
Jose W. Navarro, resigned.

Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Nov. 13.
Appointed on Isthmus.







52 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitali,:*
week ending November 18, 1905-Continued. '

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name.


GOLD ROLLS-COntd.

Transfers.

Higgins, Montgomery
E.
Muagrave, Wm. S .....

Vaughan, Albert M ...

Cody, Thomas.........

SILVER ROLLS.

Appointments.


Position.


Interne, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Nurse, laboratory,
chief sanitary office.
Nurse, health office,
Colon.
Sanitary inspector,
health office, Colon.


Effective. Rate of pay.


Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.


Spencer, Daniel ....... Orderly .............. Nov. 13
Gaskin, Harcourt...... .....do .............. .....do ...


Foster, Albert.........
Joseph, Daniel ........
Green, Thomas........

Paul, Kenneth ........
Ford, Edwin ..........
Gray, William.........
Davidson, Edgar ......
McSween, George.....
Soitch, Joseph..........
Dixon, David .........
Neselle, Rosita........
Chaves, Miguel........
Meswerta, Carmen ....
Quintera, Teofita......
Villiamil, Maria.......
Dagqagsas, Cresence ..
Bailey. Herbert.......
Callehder, George.....
Nugent, Susan .......
Bello, Juan............
Polo, Jose ............
Baldomedio, Mercado.
Tribe, Damian ........
Beckels, Nathaniel ...
Coombs, A. F.........
Dennis, Jose..........
Roberts, Arturo .......

Promotions.

Collard, Andrew .....

Dunn, Robert ........
Gaynair, Thomas.....
Welsh, Joseph........
Houghton, Joseph.....
Williams, Samuel .....
Smith, Bryan.........
Grant, William.......
Thompson, William...
Bennett, Augustus....
Lawrence, Joseph.....
Crichlon, Rupert......
Pinnock, Charles......
Smith, George.........
Scott, Arnold..........
Thompson, James.....
Houghton, Benjamin .
John, Augustus .......
Goodin, Samuel.......
Spraggs, Edward, jr ..


.....do................ Nov. 14
.....do................. Nov. 15
.....do................. ....do...


.....do................
.....do.................
.....do................
.....do................
.....do.................
Watchman............
Scullion...............
Ward maid............
Doorkeeper ..........
Laundress ............
.....do................
.....do.... .........
.....do...............
Scullion..............
.....do.............
Ward maid............
Boatman..............
.....do..............
.....do................
.....do.................
Orderly ...............
Foreman.............
Subforeman...........
.....do................



Attendant, Ancon
Hospital.
Orderly .............
.....do................
.....do........... ....
.....do................
.....do...............
.....do................
.....do...............
.....do...... ..........
.....do...............
.....do.................
.....do................
.....do................
.....do................
.....do...............
.....do..............
.....do...............
.....do.................
Attendant ............
Foreman............


Nov. 18
....do...
Nov. 16
....do...
Nov. 17
....do...
....do...
Nov. 16
Nov. 13
....do...
Nov. 15




Nov. 15
Nov. 16
...do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
Nov. 18
Nov. 16
....do...



Nov. 16

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


p.m. 8100.00

p.m. 60.00

p.m. 75.00

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


30.00
30.00

30.00
30.00
30.00

30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
60.00
40.00
24.00
30.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
30.00
100.00
75.00
75.00



50.00

40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
50.00
100.00


~I~


Remarks.

--iH




From laboratory alnstttt '1
chief sanitary office.. i:i
From Colon Hospital. .. :,i

Do. .

To department of engiene-;:::":'
ing and cortruction.




Ancon Hospital. :
Ancon Hospital; discharged.F:
Nov. 17.
Do.
Ancon Hospital. ..
Aneon Hospital; disoharged a
Nov. 15.
Ancon Hospital.
Do. ,. ll
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. ,
Do. .: .. .
Do.
D o ... ...... .:..
Do.
Do.
Colon Hospital; vice Vf .i .
Colon Hospital; vice Hall. ":.
Colon Hospital: vice Erole,'
Colon quarantine.
Do. ,
Do.
Do. ....
Hospital, Mirafiores.
Chief sanitary Inspector. :
Health office, Panama.
Health office, Panama, vice. l:..
Ernesto Guevara. .


From orderly at 830 '."i

From 830; Aneon Hospital. i:,iii
D o. .. ..;;i .;
Do.
Do. :
Do.
Do.
Do. .
Do. -. i
Do.. : .
Do. .. ...
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.




From 875: chief sanitaryi :
spector. "
5



S ... .. .




.. ..:....
M!
"T ,.
..": ::% j








MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
week ending November 18, 1905-Continued.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.


Name.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Brown, A. S ...........

Du Jardin, J. W .......
Wickett, L. J..........

Enlistments.

James, Benjamin......
Hinds, L. A...........
Connor, H. E..........
Anderson, C. E........
Wedderburn, A. C.....

Promotions.

Leonhardes, E. A.....

Davis, R. F............

Morris, William ......
Johnson, John .......


Position. Effective. Rate of pay.


Corporal .............

First-class private ....
.....do.......... ...



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


First-class private.....

Probationary first-
class private.
Second-class private..
.....do.................


Nov. 6

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


Nov. 16
....do...
....do...
.....do...
Nov. 17


Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.


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



p.m.

p. m.

p. m.
p. m.


$90.00

75.00
75.00


26.67
26.67
26.67
26.67
40.00


75.00

50.00

40.00
40.00


Remarks.






Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Nov. 13.
Do.
Do.



Appointed on Isthmus.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Appointed on Isthmus; re-
enlistment.


From probationary first-
class private, at $50.
From probationary private,
at $26.67.
Do.
Do.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
week ending November 25, 1905.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


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


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Watts, Henry.......... Messenger ............ Nov. 1 p.m. 820.00 Appointed on Isthmus.

Dropped from rols.

Van Middeldyk, R. A. Translator ............ Nov. 24 p.a. 1,500.00 Died.


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.
Appointments.
Saxe, LeRoy H........ Interne
pital.
Hendrick, S. Purcell... Resider
Ion H
Malia, John T-........ Clerk:
pital
Promotions.
Alexis, G. D........... Sanitary
Transfers.
Johnson, Alice M. M.- Nurse,
pital.
Matts, Minnie Mae .... Nurse,
tariu
Prial, Mary........... ....do.
S ranaferred to silver

S' eLean, Joseph....... Cook,
tariu



..: ; "


i !: ,: : :


,Ancon Hos-

t chaplain,Co-
ospital.
director of hos-
office.


Nov.

Oct.

Nov.


y inspector.... Nov. 23


Ancon -Hos-

Taboga Sani-
n.




Taboga Sani-
m.


Nov. 22

-Nov. 21

....do...



Oct. 21


p. m. $100.00

p.a. 1,200.00

p.a. 1,500.00


Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Nov. 26.
Appointed on Isthmus; re-
ported for duty Nov. 20.
Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Nov. 21.


p.m. 100.00 Increased from 875.


p.m.

p.m.

p.m.



p.m.


60.00

75.00

75.00



30.00


From Colon Hospital.

From Ancon Hospital.

Do.



Originallyappointed on gold
rolls, at 830; Nov. 22 ap-
pointment was changed
from $30 gold to $60 silver,
effective date of appoint-
ment, Oct. 21.




















































0


54 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE OOMWITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanimtslisvf
week ending November 26, 1905-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


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


SILVER ROLLS.
Appointments.

Alvarado, Maria....... Ward maid............ Nov. 23 p.m. $24.00 Ancon Hospital.
Howe, Louis........... Cook.................. Nov. 20 p.m. 90.00 Do.
Espinosa,Socorro...... Laundryman ......... Nov. 22 p.m. 50.00 Do.
Young, J. A ........... ... do................. Nov. 23 p.m. 60.00 Do.
Berocal, Carmen ...... Laundress ............ Nov. 21 p.m. 45.00 Do.
Goodin, Thomas ...... Attendant ............ Nov. 24 p.m. 50.00 Do.
Gaskin, Harcourt...... Orderly .................. do... p.m. 30.00 Do.
Graham, John ...... .....do................. Nov. 20 p.m. 30.00 Do.
McGruder, Joseph ..... ....do ................ ....do... p.m. 30.00 Do.
Parrott, Cameron..........do ....................do... p.m. 30.00 Do..
Josephs, Alexander... ... do-................ Nov. 21 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Lumsden, Alfred...... .... do ................ Nov. 22 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Macbeth, George...... .....do................ Nov. 24 p.m. 30.00 Colon Hospital.
Powell. John.......... .....do................ Nov. 23 p.m. 30.00 Do. :
Thompson, Frederick. .....do................. Nov. 25 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Ralis, Antonio............do ................ Nov. 18 p.m. 30.00 Miraflores Hospital.
Francis, John ......... .....do ................. ...do... p m. 30.00 Do.
Barker, Arthur........ Scullion............... Nov. 20 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Barker, William....... Third cook................do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Gutzmore, Arthur-.... Orderly .............. Nov. 21 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Vasquez. Recardo.........do............. Nov. 22 p.m. 30.00 Taboga Sanitarium.
Rivera, Gustavo...........do.................do... p.m. 30.00 Do.
Williams, Arthur...... Subforeman .......... Nov. 25 p.m. 75.00 Chief sanitary inspector.
Promotions.
Lau.................... Laundryman, Ancon Nov. 16 p.m. 80.00 Increased from $75.
Hospital.
Barton, George........ Attendant,Ancon Hos- ....do... p.m. 60.00 Increased from 50. :
pital.
La Guerre. Reginald .. .....do ....................do... p.m. 60.00 Do.
Dunbar, Henry .............do.............. ....do... p.m. 60.00 Do.
Hine, Richard......... .....do................. ....do... p.m. 60.00 Do.
Jonas, Mortimer....... .....do................. ....do... p.m. 60.00 Do.
Bowen, Nathaniel..... .....do.....................do... p.m. 60.00 Do.
Brooks, Theodore ..... .....do ...................do... p.m. 60.00 Do.
Muir, Joseph .......... .... do................. ...do... p.m. 60.00 Do.
Francisco, James...... Attendant, Miralores Nov. 20 p.m. 50.00 From third cook, at 40.
Hospital.
Tomas, Delmaso....... Subforeman, health Nov. 21 p.m. 100.00 Increased from 876.
office, Panama.
Mendez, Horatio..........do................. Nov. 23 p.m. 100.00 Do.
Fitten, Alexander..... Subforeman, health Nov. 20 p.m. 75.00 From laborer.
office, Colon.


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.
Davis, Frank F........ Postal clerk........... Nov. 14 p.a. 1,500.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Nov. 21, '
Fechtig, Edward M ... Postmaster ............ do... p.a. 1,800.00 Do.
Glaser, Albert......... Post-office clerk...........do... p.a. 1,000.00 Do.

Transfers.
Fuller, B. S............ Postmaster, Pedro Mi- Nov. 18 p.m. 10.00 From Corozal. i:.
guel.
Townsend, John L .... Postmaster, Corozal.......do... p.m. 10.00 From Pedro Miguel.




hi '



: I








MINUTES OF THHE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 55


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
week ending November 56, 1905-Continued.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.


Name.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

DeTan'erede, KarlJ. A.

Enlistments.

Crosdale, Adam .......
Gedaliah, J. H.........
Gibbs, D. A............
Smith, Elisha .........

Promotions.

Carter, A. E...........

Monroe, T: F..........
Codner, P. W..........

Gray, D. A.............
Llordea, Guillermo....


Position.


First-class private ....



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


Effective. Rate of pay.


Nov. 14-



Nov. 22
Nov. 21
....do...
....do...


Corporal ............. Nov. 20


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

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


....do ...
Nov. 19

....do ...
Nov. 5


p. ml.



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



p. Lu.

p. m.
p.m.

p.m.
p. m.


$75.00



26.67
26.67
26.H67
26.67



80.00

80.100
40.00

4-0. 00
40 01)


Remarks.


Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Nov. 21.


Appointed oni Isthmus.
Do.
Do.
Do.



From first-elas private, at
$7.5.
Do.
From probationary private,
at $26.67.
Do.
Do.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
week ending December 2, 1905.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


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


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Weidman, C. E........

Promotions.

Preston, Merritt C....

Reductions.

Arbuckle, Eustace M..

Transfers.

Martin, W. A........






GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Scannell, E. J .........

Anderson,CharlesL.G.

Calvo, J. E.............

Merlano, Antonio C
Savage, D. B...........

Transfers.

Williams, Henry J.....

SGaston, John 0........

Loewy, I. D ...........
V.Malia, John T........


I ..


Chief of fire depart-
ment.


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



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



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


Nov. 25



Dec. 1



Dec. 1



Dec. 1


p.a.F2,500.00


Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Dec. 2.


p.a. 1,800.00 From $l,650.



p.a. 1,650.00 From $1,800.


p.a. 1,500,00


From department of engi-
neering and construction.


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


Interne Ancon Hospi-
tal.
Physician, Colon Hos-
pital.
Physician, health of-
fice, Panama.
Physician ...........
Sanitary foreman.....



InterneAucon Hospi-
tal.
Physician, La Boca..

Physician, Paraiso....
Clerk, Taboga Sani-
tarium.


Nov. 25

....do...

Dec. 1

....do...
Nov. 27



Dec. 1

....do...

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


p.m. 8100.00

p.a. 2,400.00

p.m. 150.00

p.m. 150.00
p.m. 75.00


p.m. 100.00

p.a. 1,800.00

p.a. 1,800.00
p.a. 1,500.00


Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Dec.2.
Do.

Appointed on Isthmus.

Do.
Do.



From department of engi-
neering and construction.
From line physician, direct-
or of hospitals roll.
From Ancon Hospital.
From director of hospitals
office.







56


Appointments,


MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. !
.. ii

promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and SaniSU
week ending December 2, 1905-Continued.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name.


SILVER ROLLS.

Appointments.

Ferdinand, Edward...
Arnold, Christy .......

Fitz Roy, Pearce ......
Greaves, George.......
Reed, Wilmot ........
John, James...........
Smith, Charles E......
Welsh, Geo. M.........
Dixon, Irene...........
Williams, Mary ......
King, Florence.......
Suarez. Francisco .....


Position.


Orderly ..............
.....do................

.....do.. .. .........
.....do ...............
.....do................
.....do................
.....do...............
.....do................
Ward maid ...........
.....do................
.....do................
Assistant baker.......


Effective. Rate of pay.


Nov. 25
Nov. 28

....do...
Dec. 2
....do...
....do...
....do..
....do...
Nov. 30
Dec. 2
.... o...
Nov. 26
Iwo' Y. 2


Pren. Antonio..............do................. Nov. 27
Walker, Leonard ...... Waiter ...............do...

Blain, Charles.........|.....do....................do ...


Huiraz, Isaac .........
Cornibet, Joseph ......
Barrins, Lino..........
Cambron, Isabella.....
Aranal, Abigail .......
Arias, Sophia.........
Charles, Walter.......


.....do................
.....do................
.....do................
Laundress ............
.....do................
.....do.................
Orderly ..............


Booth, Percival ........... do..............
Brown, Elizabeth ..... Chambermaid ........
Clark, Theresa ........ Ward maid...........
Cousins, Nathan....... Orderly..............
Cutting, Mary.... .... Chambermaid ........
Davis, Mary........... Ward maid............
Eugene, John.......... Orderly ...............
Grant. John ................do................
Hall. Richard ......... .....do................
Lewis, Marian ......... Laundress ...........
Nurse, James .......... Stableman ............
Roper, Samuel ........ Orderly ...............
Smith, Jesse........... .....do ................
Townsend, David ..........do................
Waith, James.......... Scullion..............
Bolona, Alberto ....... aiter .........
Rennie, Edward....... Orderly .............


Paul, Michael ......... Laundryman ........ ....do...


Rodriguez, Francisco..
Carrasquilla, Eduardo.
Frazer. A lexander.....
Hull,Cyril...........
Merino, Emilio........
Rangel, Dario.........
Torre, Juan de Ia......

Promotions.

Bailey, Henry........

Bailey. Nathan........

Caddgan, Archibald...

Joseph. Samuel........
Mordelle, Wm........

Oxford, Ernest........
Smith, Augustus ......
Willis, Nathaniel P....
Wright, Gordon ......
Castillo, Rodolfo ......

Burrell, Elias.........

Rodriguez, Francisco..
Miller, Robert .........


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



Second cook, Colon
Hospital.
Attendant, Colon
Hospital.
Third cook, Colon
Hospital.
Waiter,Colon Hospital
Attendant, Colon
Hospital.
.....do..........
.....do...............
.....do................
....do..................
Watchman, Panama
quarantine.
Attendant, Miraflores
Hospital.
.....do.................
Cook, Miraflores Hos-
pital.


Nor. 29
....do...
Nov. 30
Nov. 29
Dec. 1
.... do...
....do...

....do...
Nov. 29
....do...
Dec. 1
....do ...
Nov. 30
Dec. 2
Dec. 1
Nov. 27
Dec. 1
....do...
....do...
....do...
Nov. 29
Nov. 27
Dec. 1
....do...


Nov. 28
Nov. 23
Dec. 1
....do...
....do...
....do ...
Dec. 4



Nov. 27

Dec. I

Nov. 27

Dec. 1
....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.

p.m.
p.m.

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


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


530.00
30.00

30.00
30.00
30.00
30. 00
30.00
30.00
24.00
24.00
24.00
50.00

50.00
40.00

40.00

40.00
40.00
40:00
45.00
30.00
30.00
30.00

30.00
30.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
45.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
40.00
30.00

30.00

30.00
75.00
75.00
100.00
75.00
75.00
75.00



50.00

40. 00

40.00

40.00
40.00

40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
50.00

60.00

50.00
100.00


Remarks.


Ancon Hospital.
Ancon Hospital; dic
Nov. 30. .
Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. I
Do.
Do. :
Do.
Ancon Hospital; dieahawge.,4
Nov. 26. :
Ancon Hospital.
Ancon Hospital; disehnaige
Nov. 29.
Ancon Hospital; dilUhaSAgl i:
Nov. 27.
Ancon Hospital.
Do. ,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. X!''
Ancon Hospital; diehar9ed0I.
Dec. 2.
Colon Hospital. ..
Do.
Do.
Do. .. .
Do. .... .
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Quarantine, Panama.
Culebra Hospital; vice
tek.
t .. : "::: E.::V
Culebra Hospital; vieeV l
rie.
Miraflores Hospital. i'i*
Health office, Panama :-,
Do.
Do.
Do. .
Do.
Do.



From second cook, at :0B i

From orderly, at. ..

From scullion, at s8t :'

From orderly, at 380. -.
Do.

From 880.
Do.
From orderly, at M30.
Do.
From waiter, at d940

From os ; : : iN.I

From cullion, a4t T0 '':I
From 75


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 57

ApVpointments, promotions, arnd tranlsers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
Seek ending December 2, 1906-Continued.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


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CORRECTIONS.
Weigle, Wnm.E.,.anitaryinspector, health office, Colon. Shown on report for week ending November
4, as appointed November 2, on Isthmus. Should be transferred from bureau of material and
supplies, effective November 2.
Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
week ending December 9, 1905.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

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


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

SILVEr ROLLS--cont'd.
Promotions-Cont'd.
McLean, Josiah ....... Cook, Taboga Sani- Dec. 1 p.m. $100.00 From S60.
tarium.
Lawson, Aubrey....... Subforeman, health ....do ... p.m. 75.00 From laborer.
office, Colon.
Usher, William......... Subforeman .......... ....do... p.m. 75.00 Do.

REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

GOLD ROLLS.
Appointments.
Speight, Thomas E.... Postal clerk........... Nov. 19 p.a.81,500.00 Appointed in United States:
reported for duty Nov. 26.
Vedella, Miguel ...........do................. ....do... p.a. 1,500.00 Do.
Fitzpatrick, Ed. D .... .....do................. Nov. 25 p.a. 1,500.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Dec. 2.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.

GOLD ROLLS.
Appointments.
Cooper, J. B ........... First-class private .... Nov. 19 p.m. 575.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Nov. 26.
Ware, J. C.......----..... do.................. Nov. 25 p.m. 75.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Dec. 2.
Loagan, J. F-.......... .....do ..........,...... Nov. 19 p.m. 75.00 Appointed in United States;
arrived on Isthmus Nov.
26, but never reported for
.jaltmen. d duty.
*Oram, J. A............ Probationary private. Dec. 1 p.m. 26.67 Appointed on Isthmus.
Elaney, J.A. ...............do .............-..- ... do.. p.m. 26.67 Do.
MelParane, It. A ...-...-.. do ................ .....do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Moilton J. S...............do.....................do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Payne, W. A.................do................. ....do... p.m. .26.67 Do.
Turner,.J. 8 .......-.. ....do....................do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
Taylor, Edward ....... Second-class private.. Nov. 27 p.m. 40.00 Appointed on Isthmus, re-
enlistment.
Promotions.
Cloyd, ............ Corporal ............. Dec. 1 p.m. 80.00 From first-class private, at
875.
'Sarlett, David........ Secoud-class private.. Dec. 2 p.m. 40.00 From probationary private,
at $26.67.
Spence, Percival ... do..... .... ........ ... Dec. 1 p.m. 40.00 Do.
Stewart, James........ .....do.............. ....do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
Venderpool, J. H ...... Second-class sergeant. ....do ... p.m. 83.33 From corporal, at 880.






58 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanita ':ioz ti
week ending December 9, 1905-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT. i


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


GOLD ROLLS. .

Appointments. .

Porter, H. J ........... Clerk, chief sanitary Dec. 1 p.a.51,200.00 Appointedon Isthmus.
office.
Rail, Emil Julius ...... Clerk, chief sanitary Dec. 2 p.a. 1,500.00 Appointed in United Stat'S.4:!
office, property divi- reported for duty Dec. 9- :.
sion. ". :" .,
Wells, Charles......... Sanitary inspector, -...do... p.m. 100.00 Do.
chief sanitary in-
spector.
Navarro,Jose W....... Foreman, chief sani- Dec. 1 p.m. 75.00 Appointed on Isthmus; re-
tary inspector, ported for duty Dee, 4." '.;
Dennis, Lou R......... Sanitary inspector, Dec. 8 p.m. 100.00 Appointed on Isthmus.
health office, Pana-
ma.
Mprinn Emilio dor De-n m 1n iDo !n


Monagas, Antonio....
Melton,James M ......

Smith, Peter..........


Transfers.

Orenstein, Dr. A.J.....

Coolidge, Dr. Sumner..


SILVER ROLLS.

Appointments.

Williams, James.......
Elliott, Solomon.......
Blackburn, David D...
Fuller, Richard .......
Gunning, David A....
Hudson. Charles ......
Edmond, Robert ......


.... .do.................
Interne, Ancon Hospi-
tal.
Nurse, Empire Hospi-
tal.



Interne, Colon Hospi-
tal.
Physician, health of-
fice, Colon.





Orderly .............
.....do ................
.....do ..............
.....do...............
.....do ............ ....
.... do ................
..... do ................


Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

Dec.


Dec. 6

Dec. 5





Dec. 3
Dec. 4
....do...
....do...
Dec. 5
....do...
....do ...


Reid, Israel............ .....do................ ....do...
Markland, James...... .....do................ ....do ...
Mitchell, William M... .....do ................ Dec. 6
Maitland, James-........... do ................ ....do ...
McKenzie, Daniel ..........do................ Dec. 7
McKenzie, Hubert .........do ...................do ...
Echeberio, Eugenio... .....do ................ Dec. 8
Warner, Ada ......... Ward maid........... Dec. 5

Nunez, Manuel........ Scullion.............. Dec. 4
Wright, Ernest ........ Waiter ............... Dec. 6
Rios, Jose..................do ................ Dec. 8
Luna, Juan........... Laundryman......... Dec. 6
Ellon, Max.......... ....do.............. .......do...
McLeod, Eliza......... Laundress............ ....do...
Welsh, Geo ........... Watchman ........... Dec. 4
Bartlett, Arthur............do.................do...
Beckler, John......... Orderly.............. Dec. 3
Brown, James......... Attendant............ Dec. 5
Clark, Joseph.......... Orderly............... Dec. 3
Fenton, Walter........ Waiter ............. Dec. 8
Henry, Catherine...... Ward maid ........... Dec. 5
Hunter, Maria..............do............... Dec. 4
McEwin, Mabel ....... Laundress............ Dec. 8
Moss, John ............ Orderly .............. Dec. 5
Williams, James...... Attendant........... Dec. 7
Wright, Geo .......... Orderly............... Dec. 9
Bulen, T............... Attendant............ Dec. 5
Bulen, L.............. ....do...................do...
Fields, T...................do............... ....do...
Malone, L ................do..................do ..
Delgado, L ............ Orderly....-......... .... do...
Alba, Ramon .......... Subforeman .......... Dec. 4
Codney, P. W.......... .....do .............. Dec. 8
Guerrero, Demaso.........do....... .... ....do..


p.m. 100.00
p.a. 1,200.00

p.m. 60.00




p.a. 1,200.00

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.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
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00

30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
24.00

40.00
40.00
40.00
60.00
60.00
30.00
60.00
60.00
30.00
40.00
30.00
40.00
24.00
24.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
60.00
30.00
75.00
75.00
75.00


Do.
Appointed in United8tates; -
reported for duty Dec. 9. *.
Appointed on Isthmus.




From Ancon Hospital. .

From Colon Hospital. i:





Ancon Hospital. :
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. "
Do.
Ancon Hospital; discharge& :.
6th.
Ancon Hospital...
Do. '
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. ...
Ancon Hospital; discharge..
6th.
Aneon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. ". ...=
Do.


Colon Hospital.
Do..
Do. A
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Taboga Sanitarium.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Health office, Panama.
Do.
Do.




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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Goverment, andl San;lction, for

i week ending December 9, 190:5-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Cointinued.


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


SILVER ROLLS-COnt'd.

Appointmentl-Cont'd.

Gonzales, Manuel.....
Lewis, James..........
McKesey, Caleb.......
Storey, Leon...........
Turbin, Raoul.........
Torre, Juan de la......

Promotions.

Rojelio, Garcia........
Brown, Dinab.........

Martin, Jos. B.........

Thompson, John ......


Subforeman ..........
..... do................
.....do...............
.... do ................
.....do ................
.....do ...............



Baker,A neon Hospital.
Chambermaid, Colon
Hospital.
Plumber, Colon Hos-
pital.
Subforeman, health
office, Colon.


Dec. 8
Dec. 6
Dec. 8
.... do ...
....do...
Dec. 4



Dec. 4
Dec. ...

....do ...

Dec.5...


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



p. m.
p. m.

p. m.

p. m.


575.00
75. O0


75.00



50.00
30.00

120.00

75.00


*
Health office, Panama.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.



From scullion at $S0.
Increased from 824.

Increased from $100.

From laborer.


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


SOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Bcchutt, Oscar.......... Postal clerk........... Nov.11. p.a. 81,500.00 Appointed in United States;
Reported for duty Dec. 5.
Tranqfera.

i eBunenaventuraJ. M ... Translator--.......- .. Dec.1... p.a. 900.00 From department of engi-
Sneering and construction.


POLICE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Enlistments.

Clarke, J. S............ Probationary private. Dec.5... p. m. 826.67 On Isthmus.

Promotions.

Burke, H. S............ Second-elass private .. Dec.6... p.m. 40.00 From probationary private,
at $26.67.
Green, Alexander..... ......do................. ....do... p.. 40.00 Do.
:Appleton, J. T.......... .....do ......................do... p. m. 40.00 Do.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
week ending December 16, 1905.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


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


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

i.bben, Freeman H...

kWetherill, Henry Em-
earson.
Commons, Dr. Ernest L.

W.iusto, Luis............

tReyna, Miguef Neme-
., .d o..... ,
MoLare n,AlexaonderB.





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Interne, Ancon Hospi-
tal.
.....do................

Interne, Colon Hos-
pital.
Engineer, director of
hospital office.
Sailor, director of hos-
pital office.
Nurse, LaBocaDispen-
sary.


Dec. 9

.... do...

....do...

Dec. 11

Dec. 15

Dec. 1


p.a.51,200.00

p.m. 100.00

p.a. 1,200.00

p.m. 75.00

p.m. 30.00

p.m. 60.00


Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Dec. 16.
Do.

Do.

Appointed on Isthmus.

Do.

Do.






60 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. ':


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sani
week ending December 16, 1905-Continued.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


Name.


GOLD ROLLS-coni'd.

Appointments-Cont'd.

Putney, Ga. H ........

Lanie, Joseph .........


Hull, John B..........

Coroalles, Dr. Manuel.


Tranl'ers.

Batterton.John Y .....
Summeragill, H.T .....

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


Evans, Joseph G .......

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

Barton, Fred R........

Clery, John H .........


Turner, Anna R.......

SILVER ROLLS.

Appointments.

McKenzie, James .....
Golden, James ........
Saunders, Page........
Griffiths, William .....
Codrington, Thomas..
Todd, Frederick.......
Moore, Richard .......
John, George..........
Baquie, Mortimer.....
Hendrickson, Helen ..
Wawoe, Daniel........
Jiraldes, Rita..........
Ospino, Isolina........
Burns, Robert.........
Smith, Charles ........
Montaya, Ramon......
Allman, Frederick....
Brown, Henry.........
Davis, Samuel.........
Garnet, Helma........
Martin, Samuel .......
Niern, Rosa ...........
Pasco, Hannah........
Poison, Mabel.........
Sinclair, Alberta ......
Smith, Henry..........
Stevens, Peter.........
Watson, William ......
Worrell, Hubert.......
Graves, John..........
Lord, Benjamin.......
Gonzalez, iguel......
Harrison, George ......
Baker, Louis ..........

Promotions.

Stone, Richard........

Beckels, Nathaniel....

Nolly, Jose de.........


Position.


Interne, Miraflores
Hospital.
Sanitary foreman,
chief sanitary in-
spector.
Foreman healthoffice,
Panama.
Medical inspector,
health office, Pan-
ama.


Clerk, Aneon Hospital.
Physician, Colon Hos-
pital.
Clerk, chief sanitary
office, property di-
vision.
Interne, Colon quar-
antine.
Interne, Culebra Hos-
pital.
Physician, Las Casca-
das Dispensary.
Clerk and dispenser,
Las Cascades Dis-
sary.
Nurse, Miraflores Hos-
pital.



Orderly ...............
.....do .......... ......
.....do ...............
.... do ...............
.....do ..............
... .do ..............
....-.do ................
.....do ..............
.....do ................
Wardmaid...........
Scullion ............
Laundress ............
.....do ..............
Watchman ...........
.....do ...............
Doorkeeper..........
Waiter ...............
Scullion .............
Attendant ...........
Wardmaid...........
Attendant............
Wardmaid............
Laundress ...........
Wardmaid ............
.....do ..............
Orderly..............
.....do ................
.....do ................
Messenger...........
Orderly..............
.....do ...............
Foreman ............
Subforeman ..........
....do ...............



Waiter, Colon Hospi-
tal.
Attendant, Miraflores
Hospital.
Foreman, health of-
fice, Panama.


Effective.


Rate of pay.


25 p.m.

16 p.m.


Dec. 15 p.m.

Dec. 1 p.m.


Dec. 12
Dec. 14

Dec. 15


Dec. 12

Dec. 12


8100.00

76.00


75.0 0

100.00


p.a. 1,200.00
p.a. 3,000.00

p.a. 1,500.00


p.m. 100.00


p. a.

p.a.

p. m.


Dec. 13 p. m.


Dec. 11
Dec. 13
Dec. 14
Dec. 15
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
Dec. 12
Dec. 11
Dec. 13
Dec. 12
Dec. 14
....do...
Dec. 11
Dec. 12
Dec. 15
Dec. 10
....do...
....do...
Dec. 11
....do...
Dec. 16
Dec. 10
Dec. 16
Dec. 10
Dec. 18
Dec. 10
Dec. 16
Dec. 10
Dec. 12
Dec. 16
....do ...


Dec.

Dec.

Dec.


p. m.
p. nm.
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.


1,200.00

1,800.00

100.00


75.00




30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.100
24.00
40.00
30.00
30.00
90.00
72.00
21.00
40.00
30.00
S30.00
S24.00
S80.00
24.00
30.00
24.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
36.00
30.00
30.00
100.00
75.00
75.00


36.00

50.00

100.00


Appointed inUt
reported Dec.2...
On Isthmus; Afi.'.
rolls.

Do.

On Isthmus; reappef-
ment.

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From Miraforems
From Corozal Dispe

From Taboga Bamtsaitl


From Ancon Hospitbik
porary duty. *
From Ancon HBopitt: iil

From Culebra Hoaspit4.

From Empire Hospital.:.'


From Ancon Hosp&i.i

..,:e Q|


Ancon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. "
Do. *
Do. .
Do.
Do.



Colon .ospit al.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do .. .
Colon Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. :
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Gorgoa Hospital.
Miraflores Hospital.
Chief sanitary nspe
Do.
Health office, Pa

.. .

Increased from..:i

Prom orderly, ati ..:

From Bubforeian, : :ta
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MINTWTTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 61


it mnts, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
:; week ending December 16, 1905-Continued.

REVENUE DEPARTMENT.
*` ': __________________ __ __ ________


SOWD ROLLS.

SAppointments.

J e James..........

B, Gerald D........
bell, G. 0.........

: anfera.

bson, Israel B......


Position.


Postal clerk...........

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

Postmaster, Paraiso...


Stenographer.........


Effective. Rate of pay.


Dec.

Dec.

Dec.


Dec. 4


p.a. 1.,500.00

p.a. 1,200.00

p.a. 90.00


p.a. 1,500.00


Remarks.


Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Dec. 9.
Appointed in U.S.; reported
for duty Dec. 16.
Temporary; on Isthmus.


From department of engi-
neering and construction.


lq in designation.
i.James........... Postmaster, Corozal... Dec. 12 p.a. 1,500.00 From postal clerk.
in, Robert J...... Postmaster, Paraiso... ....do... p.a. 1,500.00 Do.
Fran. k F......... Postmaster, La Boca.. Dec. 1 p.a. 1,500.00 Do.
Eftrick,EdwardD. Postmaster, Empire... Dec. 9 p.a. 1,500.00 Do.
itf, Oscar.......... Postmaster, Culebra.. ....do... p.a. 1,500.00 Do.
,tht, Thomas E.... Postmaster, Gorgona.. Nov. 29 p.a. 1,500.00 Do.
leIa, Miguel ...... Postmaster, Taber- ....do... p.a. 1,500.00 Do.
yS nilla.


S POLICE DEPARTMENT.


.GOLD ROLLS.

ppaointmentls.
,Albert C ........ First-class private .... Dec. 9 p.m. 875.00 Appointed in United States;
S reported for dutf Dec. 16.
SJames E ....... .....do.....................do... p.m. 75.00 ed for du Dec. 16.

isEtZmensa.
J. R ........ Probationary private Dec. 16 p.m. 26.67 On Isthmus.
W. J...... .....do.....................do... p.m. 26.67 On Isthmus: reenlistment.
son, D, B............do...................do... p.m. 26.67 Do.
i: Promotions.

Fi,'R. F........... First-classprivate..... Dec. 15 p.m. 75.00 From probationary first
class private, at $50.
Cen, C. E........ Second-class private.. Dec. 16 p.m. 40.00 Froth probationary private,
atS 26.67.
rH. E...............do......................do... p.m. 40.00 Do.
L. A ........... .....do.............. ....do ... p. m. 40.00 Do.


fimntments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
week ending December 28, 1905.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


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


QSI9LD ROLLS.

Appotitnmenas.
WiLEmu ......
nTrai Sw


Clerk ...............
....do.......- ...-......


Ceik .............


Dec. 18
Dec. 19


Dec.


p a. 81,200.00 Appointed on Isthmus.
p.a. 1,500.00 Do.


p.a. 1,500.00


Increased from $1,200.


., '
: ,..
: : : ......iI"4 :























Clerk, Colon Hospital.
Cook, Gorgona Hos-
pital.
Clerk and dispenser,
Miraflores Hospital.
Medical inspector,
health office, Colon.


Medical inspector,
health office, Colon.
....do.................
....do..................



Nurse. Colon Hospital.
Interne, Tabernilla
Tent Hospital.
Nurse,Taboga Sanita-
rium.
Sanitary inspector,
chief sanitary in-
spector.


Dec. 18

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


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Steventon, Albert W..
Grimes, Evans ........

Garland, Henry V.....

Smith, Eyre..........

Promotions.

Paddyfoot, Dr. J. A..

Meikle, L. S...........
Prima, Francois......

Transfers.

Wickens, Rosa ........
Gorham, George H ....

Krom, Louisa M.......

Hyser, Frank H .......


SILVER ROLLS.

Appointments.

Blackburn, Garnitt A .
Stevens, George ......


Orderly ............... Dec. 16
.....do ................. ....do ...


Brown, Dougald....... .....do.................. Dec. 18

Madden, James ....... .....do...................do...
Prince, John R........ .....do............... Dec. 16


Small. Samuel.........
Gale, Willoughby .....
Thomas, Alexander...
Nash, Charles .........

Thomas, David........
Ashley. John P........
Mack, Joseph..........
Cunningham, Ethel -
bert.
Alvarado, Marie.......
Weeks, Charles........
Manard, John.........
Lewis, John W ........
Benjamin, Andrew....
Calderon, Lucia.......
Haywood, Jane........
Jimenez, Carmen .....
Thompson, William...
Walker, W. J........
Smith, Joseph .........
Hayes, E. N ..........
Ralphaens, Richard...
Black, Henry..........
Bolt, Eugenie .........
Christie, James........
Christie, Philip........
Clark, Daniel..........
Henry, Robert.........
Kirton, Charles........
Lawson, Aubrey.......
Lewis. Wilfred ........
Pile, George..........
Smith, Sophia.........
Villacres, Jose.........
Elphick, Alfred .......
Ferguson, James......
Guevara. Ernesto......
Brown, Alexander....


.....do................. Dec. 20
.....do....................do...
.....do....................do...
.....do................. Dec. 21

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

Ward maid............ Dec. 20
Scavenger ........... Dec. 16
.....do.....................do...
Waiter ............... Dec. 22
Laundryman ......... Dec. 20
Laundress ............ ....do...
...,.do ................ ....do...
.....do................ ....do...
Watchman............ Dec. 16
.....do....................do...
.....do....................do...
.....do................ ...do...
.....do ............... Dec. 19
Attendant ............ Dec. 20
Chambermaid ........ ....do...
Orderly ............. Dec. 18
Attendant ............ ....do...
Orderly.............. Dec. 22
Attendant ............ Dec. 20
Waiter............... Dec. 22
Scullion ............ Dec. 21
Attendant ........... Dec. 18
Orderly .................. do...
Wardmaid............ Dec. 20
Cook's helper......... .Dec. 19
Orderly ............. Dec. 16
Foreman ............ Dec. 19
Subforeman.......... Dec. 16
Foreman.............. Dec. 19


p.a. S1,200.00
p. m. 30.00

p. m. 60.00

p.m. 50.00


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


75.00

75.00
75.00



75.00
100.00

75.00

100.00





30.00
30.00

30.00

30.00
30.00

30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00

30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00

24.00
75.00
75.00
40.00
60.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
72.00
72.00
72.00
72.00
72.00
40.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
40.00
40.00
30.00
50.00
30.00
24.00
40.00
30.00
100.00
75.00
100.00


Appointed on IsthIm:"' n i
Do.

Appointed in United
reported for duty .ee.`:
Appointed on Isth m iU



Increased from $60,

Do.
Do



From Ancon Hspital,
From Colon Hospital:.'.:

From Ancon Hospitali.4',

To auditor's office.





Ancon Hospital.
Ancon Hospital, p
charged Dec. 18. '
Ancon Hospital. .VI .
charged Dec. 19.
Ancon Hospital..
Ancon Hospital .:
charged Dec. 21.
Do.
Ancon Hospital. .
Do. ":..i
Ancon Hospital. DI.dT
charged Dec.21.
Ancon Hospital.
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....
Panama quarantine.
Culebra Hospital.
Chief sanitary inspeetrlsi'
Do.
Do.




,y ...


62 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sadfia
week ending December 2S, 1905-Continued. .

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Effective. Rate of pay. Remarks.
I ,," ?,:. ,


Dec.
Dec.

Dec.

Dec.







MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


appointments, promotions, and transfer, Departmedn of Government and Sanitation, for
week ending December 23, 1906-Continued.


HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


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


81LVEB ROLLS--COnt'd.

Appointments-Cont'd.

Eloyos, Miguel de .....
KeLaggon, James ....
tamon, Vites.........


Subforeman ........... Dec. 21 p.m. $75.00
.....do ................. Dec. 20 p. m. 75.00
Foreman .................do .. p. m. 100.00


Promotions.

lennett,'Augustus .... Attendant............. Dec. 16

brown, James-........ .....do ................. ....do...
innock, Charles...... .....do ................. ....do ...
sott, Arnold.......... .....do................. ....do...
'hompson, Joseph .... ..... do ................. .... do...
Jlen, James.......... Waiter ...................do...


Yallace, Alexander...
ohn, Augustus ......

itchell, William M ..

len, Patrick.......
burgess, Benjamin....
.nkle, William .......
Loyle, Arthur........
t John, Clifford.....
ohnson, Henry.......
aylor, John..........
fraham, Simon.......
erecules, James.......
~enman, Coleridge...
eey, John ..........
Iryan, John M ........
owe, Daniel..........
kawson, William......
pencer, Daniel.......
inam------------------
OSn------------------
a ..................
lartlett, Arthur.......
aasson, James........
aitch, Josepb.........


Attendant ............. ....do...
.....do ................. ....do...

Watchman ............ ...do ...


Orderly................
.....do ......... .......
.....do................
.....do................
.....do..................
.....do................
.....do .................
.....do .................
.....do...............
.....do .................
.....do................
.....do ..............
.....do .................
.....do .................
..... do .............. ..
Laundryman .........
.....do .................
Watchman ...........
.....do.................
.....do .................


....do...
....do...
....do...
.... do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
.... do...
.... 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.
Sp. 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

50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
40.00

50.00
50.00

72.00

40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
100.00
100.00
72.00
72.00
72.00


Health office, Panama.
Do.
Do.



From order!y,at 540, A neon
Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
From orderly, at 930, Ancon
Hospital.
Do.
From orderly,at $40o Ancon
Hospital.
From orderly,at $30. Ancon
Hospital.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Salary increased from $80.
Do.
Salary increased from 860,
Do.
Do.


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

'Connor, David C.... Superintendent of Dec. 2 p.a.82,000.00 Appointed in United States;
public schools. reported for duty Dec. 9.
BILVER ROLLS.

.Appointments.

Lewis, Ethlebert ...... Messenger............. Dec. 12 p.m. 40.00 Paraiso.
epnty, Norman.-............do................. Dec. 15 p.m. 75.00 Ancon.


I... '
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64 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Samit
week ending December 2?3, 1905-Continued.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.


Name.


Position.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.

Ramsey, Horace E..... First-class private.....

Enlisniments.

Rollinson, E. M........ Second-class sergeant.

Promotions.

Crosdale, Adam ....... Second-class private ..

Gedaliah, J. H ......... .....do................
Smith, Elisha.............do................

Reductions.

Rose, Charles.......... Second-class sergeant.


Effective. Rate of pay.


I I


Dec. 9


Dec. 21


Dec.

Dec.
....do


Dec. 17


p.m. 575.00


p.m.


83.33


p.m. 40.00

p.m. 40.00
p.m. 40.00


p. rm.


83.33


Remarks.'. ..


Appointed in United "t
reported for duty .
.. ... .!t""l,
Appointed on.IBthmni


From probationb~yir
at $26.67.
Do. ,
Do. -l
;.:. ...- ,

From first-claassBe
$100.
.**-A


Appo;ntlments, promotions, and Iransfers, Department of Government
week ending December S0, 1905.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.


:. :." :[.'.

... :. .. :, .::.-j
and Sanitation,5 p
'. ". ": "

.. ; :::
1::!*sii


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


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointment. I

Campen,George L ..... Watercommissioner.. Dec. 17 p.a.5 2,b0. 00 Appointed in United Sta~i
reported for duty Dec.qI


HEALTH DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointments.-

Clemens, Frederick ...

Dutrow, Howard V....

Huddlcston,Thomas F


TransAfr.

Williams, Henry J.....

SILVER ROI.1S.

Appointments.

Amyer, Alfred .........
McKenzie, Zachaens ..
Brown, Benjamin.....
Schrouder. Evan ......
Alleyne. Walter.......
Bryan, Richard .......
Lewis, Joseph.........
Walton, Samuel.......
McClean, Uriah.......
Martiale, Marp........
Guillaume, Marc......
De Hoyos, Santos......
Fernandez, Rosa......
Dixon, Irene .........


Carpenter, Ancon Hos-
pital.
Interne, Colon Hos-
pital.
Clerk, chief sanitary
office, property divi-
sion.


Interne, Las Cascadas
Dispensary.


Dec.

Dec.

Dec.


Dec. 28


Scullion .............. Dec. 16
Orderly .............. Dec. 25
.....do................ Dec. 26
.....do...................do...
.....do................. Dec. 27
.....do................. Dec. 28
.....do............. .....do...
.....do................. Dec. 29
. .,1do ....do...
..... do..... ........... .. do ...
Lanudryman ......... Dec. 26
.....do....................do...
Laundress ............ ...do...
.....do................. Dec. 27
..... do ................... do ...


p.h. $0.56

p.m. 100.00

p.a. 1,200.00



p.a. 1,200.00




p.m. 40.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
n.m. 60..00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00
p.m. 30.00


On Isthmus.

Appointed in United SBl
reported for duty D--6. t.
Appointed in niite Ni
reported for duty Dee6.




.*. "::..iF
From Ancon Hospital,




Ancon Hospital.
Do.
D o. ..' ..
Do. /
Do. '.. r
Do. '.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do. ; i::.
D o ... .. .. .. .. .: ..
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.,


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 65


.Appointments, promotions, and transfers, Department of Government and Sanitation, for
=: week ending December 30, 1905-Continued.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued.


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


SILVER ROLLS-Cont'd.

Appointments-Con t'd.

Henry, Edelia........ Laundress ........... Dec. 27 p.m. 530.00 Aneon Hospital.
Walker, Zipporah ..... .....do...................do ... p. m. 30.00 Do.
Wilson, Mirabelle ..........do........... ...... do ... p.m. 45.00 Do.
Echavarria. Micaela... .................... "Dec. 28 p.m. 46.00 Do.
Gonzalez, Cristiana.... .....do...................do... p.m. 30.00 Do.
Escala, Elidola.............do................ Dec. 29 p. m. 30.00 Do.
Bonchie, Louis........ Doorkeeper ........... Dec. 28 p.m. 21.00 Do.
Crawford, Zaccheus... Scullion ............. Dec. 27 p. m. 30.00 Colon Hospital.
Grant, Charles .............do................. ....do ... p. m. 30.00 Do.
Thompson, Joseph...........do................ Dec. 29 p.m. 30.00 Do.
With, Benjamin .........do................. Dec. 26 p.m. 30.00 Do.
Williams, John........ Messenger ............ Dec. 28 p.m. 36.00 Do.
Codrington, Thomas.. Cook ............... Dec. 25 p. m. 60.00 Panama quarantine.
Reyes, Melchor ....... Waiter ............... Dec. 24 p. m. 40.00 Do.
Herbert, Haines....... Orderly .............. Dec. 28 p. m. 30.00 Gorgona Hospital.
Dettering, Joseph ..... .....do................ Dec. 29 p. m. 30.00 Miraflores Hospital.
.,White. Conrad ...........do ................ Dec. 26 p. m. 30.00 Do.
Cotter, Arundel....... Subforeman .......... Dec. 28 p.m. 75.00 Health office, Panama.


REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointment.

Mooney, Claude L..... Postal clerk........... Dec. 17 p.a. 1,000.00 Appointed in United States:
reported for duty Dec. 24.

Change in designation.

Mooney, Claude L..... Postmaster, Ba Opispo Dec. 28 p.a. 1,000.00 From postal clerk.


POLICE DEPARTMENT.


GOLD ROLLS.

Appointment.

Frazee, Wi. H., jr .... First-class private..... Dec. 17 p.m. 875.00 Appointed in United States;
reported for duty Dec. 24.


14. The Chairman presented the following lists of appointments,

promotions, and other changes in the personnel of the Department of

Construction and Engineering for the weeks ending October 7, 14, 21,

iand 28, November 4, 11, 18, and 25, December 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30,

1905, not heretofore reported, which are hereby approved:

Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineering for
I week ending October 7, 1905.

APPOINTED IN UNITED STATES BY THE COMMISSION.


Name.


L. .Alexis, Geore D...... Ca
Bales,Hampton..........
Brown, Charles A ..... ...
'rown, Fred.............
rown, W A....... ..



887A-06----5


A0 'i, .: '. : ..


Position.


.rpenter ........
..do...........
..do...... ....
..do...........
..do.........


Salary. Effective.


p.b. .0.56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56


Sept. 23
....do...
.... do...
....do...
....do...


Date of
arrival.

Oct. 4
....do...
....do...
....do...
.... do...


Assignment.


Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent motive
power and machin-
ery.


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66i MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineerin f
week ending October 7, 1906-Continued.

APPOINTED IN UNITED STATES BY THE COMMISSION-Continued.


Name. Position. Salary. Effective. a Assignment


Bullock, R.O..... .... Carpenter ........ p.b. 50.56 Sept. 23 Oct. 4 Master builder. .
Clemens, Fred......... .....do ............ ph. .56 ....do. ....do ...I Do.
Conner. Geo. W .............do............ p. .56 ....do..... do..' Do,
Cover, C. T............ .... do............ p. h. .56 ....do .......do... Superintendent motive
power and imachi.i;
ery.
Eaton. Thomas...........do........... p. h. .56 ....do... ....do... Master builder.
Ermler, Albert ........ .....do............ p.h. .56 ....do... ....do...' Do.
Hill. Jack L................do............ p.h. .56 ....do... ....do... Do.
McKay, James H...... .....do ............ h. .56 ....do......do... Do. I
McKay, James H...... .....do ........... p. b. .56 ....do... ....do... Do.
McRobert, W. J........ .....do............ p. h. .56 ....do... ....do... Do.
Miller, Frank.......... .....do........... p. h. .56 ....do... ....do... Do.
Scbeible, Charles...... i.....do............ p. h. .56 ....do... ....do... Do.
Schuyler, John E..........do ........... p.h. .56 ....do... ....do... Do.
Segall, John L......... Roundsman ...... p.m. 75.00 ....db .....do...i Labor and quarters.

APPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.


Rummerstrom, C...... Steam and air p.m. 560.00 Sept. 29 .......... Municipal engineer. '
drill helper. .
Wilson, David......... Assistant fore- p.m. 60.00 .................. Division engineer, EnT :
man. pire.


TRANSFERS WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT.
i.
Name. Position. Salary. Date. From- To-


Alexander, E. E... Foreman....... p.m. 9100.00 Sept. 30 Division engi- Divisionenglueer :
neer, Empire. La Boca.
Cuvillier, Chas. M. General fore- p.m. 150.00 Oct. 1 Master builder ... Division engineer,
man. Empire.
Fisher, John H.... Foreman. p.m. 125.00 Sept. 29 Division engi- Division engineer, i
neer. Empire. La Boca.
Frink, Frank B.... Carpenter ...... p.h. .56 Oct. 7 Master builder ... Do.
Larcom, B. L...... Machinist...... p.h. .56 Sept. 23 Mechanical dlvi- Divisionengineer,
sion. Empire .
Mills, F. W........ Levelman...... p.m. 100.00 Oct. 1 Division engi- Municipal engi-
neer, La Boca. neer.
Montgomery, E. E. Assistant fore- p.m. 75.00 ....do... Division engi- Division engineer,
man. neer, Empire. La Boca.
Munroe, William.. Machinist...... p.h. .56 ....do... Mechanical de- Transportation
apartment. department, Cu-
lebra.
Poole. Harry...........do.......... ph. .44 ....do... ....do............ Do.
Robinson. Chas. E. .....do .......... p.h. .38 ....do ... ....do............. Do.
Vallarino, Bolivar. Assistant fore- p.m. 60.00 Sept. 21 Munitipal engi- Master builder,
man. neer.


TRANFERS TO THIS DEPARTMENT.


Tower, Martin..... Foreman....... p.m. 8125.00 Oct. 1 PanamaRailroad, Division engineer,
Colon. Empire.


TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT.


Clapp, C.J......... Carpenter...... p.h. 90.56 Oct. 2 Master builder ... Department .of .'.:
revenues. ..
Firth, A. C......... Foreman....... p.m. 100.00 Sept.16 Divisionengineer, Department ol.
Empire. material and
supplies.
Patterson. Andrew Carpenter fore- p.m. 100.00 Oct. 1 Master builder... Panama Railroad. :
C. I man. ,
Watterson, F. B ..., Transitman .... p.m. 150.00 ....do... Divisionengineer, Panama Railroad,.
Empire. Colon.






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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in personnel ln the Department of Construction and Engineering for
week ending October 7, 1905-Continued.

PROMOTIONS.


Name. Position. Salary. To- Date. Remarks.


Campos, Joaquin. Assistant fore- p.m. $50.00 Steam and air drill work- Oct. 1 Munici-
man. man, 975. pal engi-
neer
Hull, Robert. H... .....do .......... p.m. 60.00 Foreman, $83.33............ Sept. 1 Do.
Marshall. Cyril E. Instrument p.m. 175.00 Assistant engineer, 9225........do... Do.
man.
Thompson, Math- Carpenter ...... p.h. .38 Carpenter, 50.44 ............ Oct. 1 Mac hin-
ew. ery and
equip-
ment.
West, Geo,...... Draftman....... p.m. 125.00 Chief draftsman, $150....... Sept. 1 Do.


DISCHARGES.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Remarks.


Alcee, E. V............. Clerk............ p.m. $100.00 Sept. 30 Unsatisfactory; division engi-
neer, La Boca; no objection.
Brock, James G....... Foreman ......... p.m. 100.00 ....do... Unsatisfactory; division engi-
neer, Empire: no objection.
Cosgrove, Robert E.... Carpenter........ p.h. .56 Oct. 4 Incompetent; master builder;
objection.
Diaz, Manuel.........., Steam and air p.m. 60.00 Oct. 5 Insubordination; division engi-
Sdrill helper. neer, Empire: objection.
Perez, Nicolas..............do............ p.m. 60.00 ....do... Do.
Vallarino, Robert...... Chainman....... p.m. 60.00 Sept. 23 Inattention; master builder.


RESIGNATIONS ACCEPTED.


Anderson, B........... Clerk............. p.m. 8100.00 Oct. 4 Division engineer, Empire: no
objection.
Felton, Alex .......... General foreman. p.m. 150.00 Oct. 3 Master builder: no objection.
Robertson, Avalon G. Levelman........ p.m. 100.00 Sept.30 Division engineer, Empire; no
objection.
Wilson, Chester W..... Draftman ........ p.m. 125.00 Oct. 3 Machinery and equipment; no
objection.


LEFT THE SERVICE.


Barbam, Eric......... Clerk ........... p.m. S100.00 Oct. 1 Master builder: no objection.
Clifton, C. C................do ............ p.m. 125.00 Sept. 26 Machinery and equipment; no
objection.
Graff, Victor M........ Machinist ........ p.h. .44 Sept. 29 Do.
Huntington, H. E..... Foreman ........ p.m. 100.00 Oct. 2 Acting division engineer, Em-
pire; no objection.
Maine, ArthurG ...... .....do ............ p.m. 100.00 Oct. 3 Do.
Neilson, E. T.......... Assistant time- p.m. 50.00 Sept. 30 Division engineer, Cristobal: no
keeper. objection.
O'Brien, Edward J.... Steam shovelfire- p.m. 83.33 Oct. 4 Division engineer, Empire; no
man. objection.
Victor, C. L.......... Assistant t i me- p.m. 50.00 Oct. 1 Master builder; no objection.
keeper.


LEAVES OF ABSENCE.


Blake, Edwin E.......

Chapman, C. E........

Compfield, Floyd W...

Duey, Win. ..........

Plaig, J. F., jr.........

Gamer, Ernest P......


Clerk............. p.m. $100. O

Foreman ......... p.m. 125.00

Assistant fore- p.m. 60.00
man.
Foreman ........ p.m. 125.00

Levelman ....... p.m. 100.00

Foreman ......... p.m. 125.00


....do...

....do...

....do...


Master builder; 6 weeks without
pay.
Master builder; 6 weeks uith
pay.
Municipal engineer; 6 weeks
without pay.
Master builder; 6 weeks with
pay.
Division engineer, Empire; 6
weeks without pay.
Master builder; 6 weeks with
pay.


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and Enginee
week ending October 7, 1905-Continued.

LEAVES OF ABSENCE-Continued.


Name. Position.


Gasparini, Charles.... Machinist ........

Lindsey, William W... Foreman .........

Long, Henry .......... ..... do ...........

Lyon, F. W ........... Levelman ........

Pascoe, Frank......... Foreman .........

Pease, F. O ............ Transitman ......

Thornton, Edward T.. Foreman .........

Trachler, Gustav ...... .....do ...........
Wiedman, A........... Clerk.............


Salary.


p.h.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p. m.
p.m.


80.56

175.00

125.00

125.00

125.00

150.00

100.00

100.00
100.00


Date.


Oct. 4

....do...

Oct. 1

Sept. 30

Oct. 1

Sept. 30

Oct. 1

Oct. 7
Oct. 1


Remarks.


Machinery and equipment!
weeks with pay.a
Machinery and equipment; 4
days with pay. -
Master builder; 6 weeks T
pay. .. i
Division engineer, Cristoba4l;ii
definite without pay..
Division engineer, empire
weeks with pay.
Division engineer. Cristobali;:
definite without pay.
Master builder; 6 weeks wNi
pay. i.
Do.
Municipal engineer; 6 wf
with pay; .


" Subject to a decision from the Comptroller of the Treasury.

RETURNED FROM LEAVE.


Alexander, E. E....... Foreman .........
Burnham, R........... Levelman ........
Fountain, J............ Trainman ........
Hernaudez, Jose R .... Assistant time-
keeper.
Hoar, Leon E.......... Foreman .........
Moore, Frank E....... Chief of division..
Taylor, J. W............. General foreman.


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

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


8100.00
125.00
100.00
50.00

100.00
150.00
150.00


Oct. 1
Sept. 30
Sept. 12
Sept. 29

Sept. 30
Oct. 6
Sept. 30


Division engineer. Empire. :
Do.
Do.
' Machinery and equipment. ". ;::

Municipal engineer. :
Master builder.
Municipal engineer. :::


Report or changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineering, fli;
week ending October 14, 1905.

APPOINTED IN UNITED STATES BY COMMISSION.
I.",i!iii


Name. Position.


Ackerman, Alexan- Rodman........
der S.
Bauer, W. R.......... Carpenter ......
Buckshorn,William H. .....do..........
Cattley, E. C........... Transitman ....

Clemens, Fred......... Carpenter ......
Close, Joseph A....... Rodman........

Elliott. Ira L ......... Carpenter ......
Fielding, William J... Rcdman........

Fowler, Jay W ....... Carpenter ......
Given, John B ........ Rodman........

Green, W. H........... Carpenter......
Heinzmann, Joseph .......uo ..........
Houston, J. Frank ........do ..........
Howard, G. A ......... .....do.........
Jefferys, John A:............do ..........
Lord, Charles G ....... .....do .........
Love, J. Percy......... Rodman........

Machler, Francis P.... Clerk............
Montgomery, John H. Carpenter ......
Papner, Henry ..........do ..........
Roach. J.Othello ...... .....do ..........
Rogers, William D.... .....do ..........
Sims, Eli .............. .....do..........
Sims, W E ................do..........
Smith, Reynolds B .... Transitman ....

Storm, William H ..... Carpenter ......


Salary.


p. m. 983.33


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

p. hI.
p. m.

p. h.
p. m.

p. h.
p. m.

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

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


.56
.56
150.00

.56
83.33

.56
83.33

.56
83.33

.56
.56
.56
.56
.56
.66
83.33

125.00
.56
.56
.56
.56
S.56
.56
150.00

.56


Date of
Effective arriva


Oct. 3 Oct. 10

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

Sept, 23 Oct. 4
Oct. 3 Oct. 10

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

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


Assignment. ::,
..-----.--:---[[

Division engineer,
zal.
D O .. ...,.
Master builder. 'i
Do. '..
Bureau meteoroloagpyaE.A
river hydramuicds
Master builder. a1
Bureau meteorologyatnd
river hydraulics .
Master builder.
Division engineer,O Coro-rd
zal. :
Master builder.
Bureau meteorologyad: i
river hydraulics. ..." ....
Master builder.
Do. ..
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Department mat.eri
and supplies.
Chief engineer.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Division engineer, Cri
tobal.
Master builder. *:* il

&`%

ri K..
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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction rnld Engineering for
week ending October 14, 1905-Continued.

APPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.


Name.


Anderson, Frank L...

Broderman, Gustave R.
Buenaventura, Jorge M

Butler. James.........
Clayton, E. R..........

Cocbez, Theophile.....

Coulson, R. A.........
Delmont, Raoul.......

Gladdies, Roe..........

Hooper, Lee...........

Hamilton, Charles J ...

Henriquez, N. S........

Mclnerny, Dennis.....

Papas, John ..........

Ragliancich,Juan....

Sherberg, Fred A.....
Simpson, Arthur ......

Simpson, Lazarus.....
Stewart, Julius........

Thorpe, Jos .........

Treharne, John........

Zehnder, Benedict....


Position. Salary.


Plumber ........

Clerk :........
Copyist.........

Foreman .......
Machinist ......

Foreman .......

Drill runner....
Machinist ......

Drill runner....

Clerk..........

Engine runner.

Supervisor of
quarters.
Blacksmith.....

Carpenter ......

Shipwright.....

Carpenter ......
Boilermaker....

.....do ..........
Foreman .......

Coppersmith ...

Boilermaker....

Tinner..........


Effective Assignment.
ecti. arrival. Assignment.


p..h. Su.32 Sept. 27 .....


p. m.
p.m.

p.m.
p.h.

p.m.

p.m.
p.h.

p.m.

p.m.

p. m.

p.m.

p.li.

p.h.

p.h.

p. ii.
p.h.

p.h.
p.m.

p.h.

p.h.

p.h.


I
100.00 Oct.
75.00 Oct.

100.00 Oct.
.56 Oct.

83.33 ....do

83.33 Oct.
.32 Sept.

83.33 Oct.

S3.33 Oct.

125.00 Oct.

150.00 Sept.

.56 Oct.

.32 Oct.

.44 Oct.

.32 Oct.
.32 Oct.

.32 ....do
83.33 Oct.

.32 Oct.

.56 Oct.

.44 Oct.


13 ..........
9 .........

... ..........

11 ..........
29 ..........

6 ..........

4 .........

3 ..........

1 ........
.1

1 ..........

3 -------- --
3 ..........

1 ..........


Division engineer, Coro-
zal.
Master builder.
Machinery and equip-
ment.
Master builder.
Division engineer. La
Boca.
Division engineer. Em-
pire.
Do.
Division engineer, Cris-
tobal.
Division engine-r, Em-
pire.
Bureau labor and quar-
ters.
Division engineer, Em-
pire.
Bureau labor and quar-
ters.
Machinery and equip-
ment.
Division engineer, Cris-
tobal.
Division engineer, La
Boca.
Master builder.
Division engineer, Cris-
tobal.
Do.
Division engineer, Em-
pire.
Division engineer, Cris-
tobal.
Machinery and equip-
ment.
Master builder.


REEMPLOYED ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.


Cook, Everett.......... Machinist....... ph. $0.56 Sept. 27 ......... Machinery and equip-
I ment.
-Fabio, A............... Assistant fore- I p.m. 75.00 Oct. 6 .......... Municipal engineer.
man.
Fenton, James A ..... Machinist ...... p.h. .44 Oct. 5 .......... Machinery and equip-
Sment.
Graham, William S.... .....do.......... p.h. .38 Oct. 2 .......... Municipal engineer.
Hutchinson,CharlesH. Trainman ...... p.m. 83.33 ....do ............. Division engineer, Em-
pire.
tton, Daniel C...... Clerk......... p.m. 100.00 Oct. 4 ..........Machinery and equip-
ment.
Jenkins, H. N.......... ....do.......... p.m. 83.33 Oct. 5 .......... Division engineer, Em-
sI pire.
Knightly, Thomas A .. Plumber........ p. .56 Oct. 3 ... Master builder.
Leibfritz, Herman..... Machinist...... p.h. .56 Oct. 2 .......... Division engineer, La
I Boca.
.Masterton, Dickson.... Assistant fore- p.m. 75.00 Oct. 1 .......... Municipal engineer.
man.
Schindele, George J... Foreman ........ p.m. 100.00 Oct. 11 .......... Master builder.
Simon, George......... Trainman ...... p.m. 83.33 Oct. 2 ......... Division engineer, Em-
pire.
Sullivan, John........ Drill runner.... p.m. 83.33 Oct. 6 .......... Do.
Turner,John L........ Molder ......... p.h. .56 Oct. 2 .......... Machinery and equip-
ment.
Vanoli, Pablo...-.....- Assistant fore- p.m. 75.00 Oct. 9 ..-....... Division engineer, Em-
Sman. pire.
Walsh, Lee F.......... Helper......... p.h. .25 Oct. 3 .......... Machinery and equip-
ment.






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70 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. ....


Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineerig
week ending October 14, 1906-Continued.

TRANSFERS WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. From- To-


Allen, Charles P... Foremen ....... p.m.8125.00 Oct. 8 Division engi- Labor and. qur, .,
neer, Empire. ters.
Alexander, James. Helper ......... p.h. .38 Oct. 1 Mechanical de- Superintendet...
apartment. motive power.'a
and machinery.....
Belizaire, E ....... Timekeeper .... p.m. 75.00 ....do ...do........... Do.
Brightley, James.. Machinit ....... p.h. .56 ....do .....do............ Do.
Byne, Edward..... .....do.......... p.h. .44 ....do ...do ............ Do.
Casey, J. V ....... General fore- p.m. 150.00 ....do... Mechanical de- Do.
man. partment,Cule- Do. .L"
bra.
Connors, E. B...... .....do .......... p.m. 150.00 ....do ...i....do ............ Do. -
Cornish, F. L...... .....do .......... p.m. 125.00 ....do .. .....do ............ Do.
Crupper,Clayton.. Blacksmith..... p.h. .56 ....do.........do............ Do.
Fink, F. W ........ Clerk........... p.m. 125.00 ....do ........do ........... Do.
Franson, Chas. G.. Foreman ....... p.m. 125.00 ....do .......do ............ Do.
Hendriks, E. A.... General fore p.m. 150.00 ....do... .....do............ Do. ..
man.
Kinsel, A. J....... Machinist .....p. ph. .44 ....do... .....do......---- .. Do.
Kirk, George E.........do ......... p.b. .56 ....do... .... do ............ Do.
LeVerrier, J....... Timekeeper.... p.m. 75.00 ....do........do ............ Do.
Margency,E....... Coppersmith p.m. 90.00 ....do........do............ Do.
foreman.
Martin,Madgalena Helper......... p.h. .38 ....do........do ............ Do. ,
Moser, Anton...... Machinist...... p.h. .36 ....do.......do........... Do. o
Murray, L. B ...... Supervisor road p.m. 200.00 ....do ... .....do ............ Do.
engines.
Myers, Thomas.... Helper ......... p.h. .38 ....do... .....do ........... Do.
Nichols, James E.. General fore- p.m. 150.00 ....do... .....do............ Do.
man.
Pianella, Antoine. Machinist ...... p.h. .56 ....do... ....do ............ Do.
Pigeon, Ebrard.... Helper ......... p. h. .38 ....do... .....do ............ Do.
Pol. Jose........... Blacksmith .... p.h. .32 ....do... .....do............ Do.
Riddle, W.C....... Rodman........ p.m. 75.00 ....do........do.............. Do.
Robinson, A. L.... Division master p.m. 250.00 ....do... .....do ............ Do.
mechanic.
St.Omer,Theodore Machinist...... p.h. .38 ....do........do............ Do.
St. Prix, Omer..... Coppersmith ... ph. .38 .....do... .....do........... Do.
Sexton, George.... Helper ......... p.h. .44 ....do... .....do ............ Do.
Short, C. M........ Boilermaker ... p. h. .56 ....do... .....do ............ Do.
Sportstand, O. T... Engineforeman p.m. 135.00 ....do...........do............ Do.
Stevens, J. D...... Machine shop p.m. 175.00 ....do.......do ........... Do.
foreman.
Taylor, A. R....... Clerk........... p.m. 100.00 ....do........do............ Do.
Thornley, Richard Machinist......p. h. .44 ....do... .....do............ Do.
Usher, James...... Fireman........ p.m. 75.00 ....do... Mechanical divi- Division engineer,
sion. Empire.
Vatel, Tertuillien. Helper ......... p.h. .38 ....do... Mechanical de- Motive power ard
apartment, Cule- machinery.
bra.
Vergene,Jos....... Boilermaker ... p.h. .56 ....do........do............ Do.

TRANSFERS TO THIS DEPARTMENT.


Booth, R. K........ Clerk........... p.m.0125.00 Oct. 1 Police depart- Master builder.
ment....
Kenealy, Deglin........do......... p.m. 50.00 ....do... Department gov- Bureau labor an. i
ernment and quarters.
sanitation.


TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT.


Dalzell, William... Clerk........... p.m.5125.00 Oct. 16 Division engi- Department mate-
neer, Empire. rial and supplies.
Flagg, William L.. Plumber........ p.h. .56 Oct. 1 Master builder... Do.
Sturdevant, B. S... Carpenter...... p.m. 100.00 June 15 .....do........... Police department.
..e .........:




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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in 1)rsorel in the Department of Construction and Engineering for
week ending October 14, 1905-Continued.

PROMOTIONS.


Name.


Averill, James H..

Barrett, Abraham.
Bonnet, J. J .......
Brandon, Eustace.


Brown, R. M......

Ergenzinger, Wil-
liam J.
Hall. H. B.........
Heath, Frank 0....

Howland,HenryB.
Maxwell, Loui....
Muhs, C.C.........

Palmer, G. W. A ... .
Richardson, Ernest
W.
Riddle, W. ('.......


Sangrassi, Jose ....
Selby, F. Payne ...

Sbaw, A. A........

Smart, Frederick..

Taylor, Alfred R..


Position.


Craneman ......

Foreman .......
Chainman......
Machinist ......


Levelman ......

Foreman .......

Trainman ......
Clerk ..........

Levelman ......
Timekeeper ....
Rodman ........

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

Rodman........


Mason.........
Timekeeper ....

Rodman........

Machinist ......

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


Tovey, H ................do ..........

Watts, Norman A. Trainman ......

West, Patrick J.... Track foreman.
White, Staunton A. Clerk...........


Salary. T

p.m.5165. 00 Steam shovel en-
gineer. 519u.
p.m. 125.00 Craneman. ,165...
p.m. 60.00 Rodman,575......
p.h. .56 I Foreman, 9125....


p.m.

p.m.

p.m.
p. m.

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

p.m.
p.h.

p.m.


p.h.
p. m.

p.m.

p.h.

p.m.


p. m.

p. m.

p.m.
p.m.


Woodroe, John.... Machinist ...... p.h.


100.00

100. u0

100.00
100.00

100.00
75.00
83.33

75.00
.56

75. 00


.32
100.00

7. 00

.32

100.00


100.00

90. 0

100. 00
100.00


.32
*


Date. Remarks.
1


Oct. 1


....do ...
....dor ...


Levelman, $125 ... ....do...

Clerk, ?125...........do...

Yardmaster, f12,. Nov. 1
Clerk, 9125........ Sept. 1

Levelman, $125... ....do...
Timekeeper, $100. Oct. 1
Levelman, $100.......do...

Rodman. $3.33... ....do...
Foreman, S125........do...

Foreman, 9100.... Nov. 1


Molder, 50.38.....
General time-
keeper, S125.
Timekeeper, 5100.

Machinist, S0.3S...

General time-
keeper, $125.

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

Trainman, 5100...

Foreman, $125....
General time-
keeper, $125.

Machinist, S0.44..


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

Oct. 1

....do ...

Nov. 1


....do ...

Aug. 1

Nov. 1
....do...


Oct.


Division engineer.
Empire.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent
motive powers nd
machinery.
Division engineer.
Cristobal.
Division engineer.
Em pire.
Do.
Municipal engi-
neer.
Do.
Master builder.
Division engineer.
Empire.
Chief engineer.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Superintendent
motive powerand
machinery.
Do.
'Do.

Division engineer,
Empire.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Superintendent
motive power and
machinery.
Do.

Division engineer,
Empire.
Do.
Superintendent
motive powerand
machinery.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.


REDUCTIONS.


Dunning, Wm. E.. Draftsman.. p.m.5150.00 Clerk, $125............ Oct. 9 Master builder.


RECLASSIFICATIONS.


Duffy, Michael .... Cainman.. p.m. S60.00 Steam shovel fireman, Oct.
960.


1 Division engineer,
Empire.


DISCHARGES.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Remarks.


Arnold, Frank A...... Steam and air p.m. $60.00 Oct. 6 Unreliable; division engineer,
drill helper. Empire; objections.
Cleghorn,RobertB.,jr. Draftsman........ p.m. 150.00 Oct. 15 Reduction; master builder; no
objections.
Gibson, W............. Assistant time- p.m. 60.00 Oct. 5 Inability: division engineer,
keeper. Empire: no objections.
'irahamWilliam 8.... Plumber.......... p.h. .56 Oct. 1 Incompetent; master builder;
no objections.
SMcKay, Frank J....... Assistantforeman p.m. 75.00 Oct. 10 Do.


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72 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineerinff
week ending October 14, 1905-Continued.

RESIGNATIONS ACCEPTED.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Remarks,'
--~-------- ---------------- -~----------- ~
Anderson, Robert H... AssistantengineerI p.m. 6200.00 May 16 Division engineer. Empire...,i'i
Gallaghan, M.J ........ Supervisor........ p.m. 175.00 Oct. 10 Division engineer, Empirec
objections.
Sperry, J. L............ Levelman ........ p.m. 100.00 ....do... Municipal engineer.

LEFT THE SERVICE. "
p.* oh. ,


Alexis, George D......I Carpenter ........
Birks, John........... Machinist........

Burmester, Hermann.. Steam and air
drill helper.
Gabel, Edwin C........' Clerk .............
Hamlin, Harold F ..... Rodman ..........

Harvey, Herbert ...... Foreman .........

Hathaway. Homer C.. Carpenter ........
Hill. Ezekiel D ............do ............
Jordan, Charles ........ Machinist ........

Kane, John H......... Locomotive en-
gineer.
Leigh, Harry .j....... Assistant foreman
Macinnes, Neil........ Carpenter ........
Meyer, Otto............ Subforeman ......
O'Brien, Dennis....... Carpenter ........
O'Shea, Dennis........ Machinist........

Palmer, James A ...... Clerk .............
Pol. Jose...............: Machinist........
Rodriguez, Daniel M.. Copyist ..........
Smith, George A....... Trainman ........


p.h.
p.h.

p.m.

p. m.
p.m.

p.m.

p.h.
p.h.
p.h.

p.m.

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

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


$0.56
.32

60.00

125.00
83.33

83.33

.56
.56
.56

125.00

75.00
.56
60.00
.56
.56
125.00
.32

75.00
100.00


Oct. 10
Oct. 18

Aug. 13

Oct. 9
Oct. 10

Oct. 12

Oct. 11
Oct. 10
Oct. 12

Oct. 9

Oct. 12
Oct. 10
....do...
Oct. 14
Oct. 13

Oct. 14
Sept. 25
Sept. 22
Oct. 7


LEAVES OF ABSENCE.


Christnpherson, Wick..


Boilermaker .... p.h.


Crupper, Clayton...... Blacksmith...... p.h.

Sogan, Wido........... Clerk ............ p.m.


00.56


83.33


Oct. 10

Oct. 15

Oct. 9


Master builder; noobjeefdoni ~i;.
Superintendent motive power,
and machinery; noobjectl9ar:i
Division engineer, Empire. i

Municipal engineer.
Municipal engineer; no .obe-:iF
lio n s ;... ; ..
tions.
Division engineer, Empire;:
sections. ;:
Master builder; no objection.: .
Do. '
Municipal engineer; no objee-
tions.
Division engineer, Empire; no;'
objections.
Municipal engineer.
Master builder; no objeetion i:.
Division engineer, Empire.
Master builder.
Superintendent motive power:"
and machinery; noobjeCtiosi .
Bureau labor and quarters..;:..
Superintendent motive powe.;
and machinery; noobjeetions.
Master builder; no objections.:
Division engineer, Empire; n4;.-
objections. .




Superintendent motive power:.."i
and machinery; 6 weekswa*:;
out pay.
Superintendent motive pow id
and machinery; 30 days wjt.1&E'iil
out pay. .
Division engineer, Empire..e-;A::.'ii
weeks with pay. s..


LEAVES EXTENDED.

Arnold, A.N........... Steam-shovel en- p.m. 6190.00 Sept. 15 Indefinite,withoutpay;divi*sip
gineer. engineer, Empire.
Davis, C. E............. Division engineer p.m. 500.00 Oct. 17 7dayswith pay; chief engineer,
Fox, Michael J........ Plumber.......... p.h. .6 Sept.15 To Oct. 1 without pay; .mastt
builder. iAM4.
Oliver, W. C........... Foreman ........, p.m. 100.00 Oct. 11 60 days without pay: diviI9B4S
engineer, Empire.
----------- -------- ------ ---- --------- -"-.-- : : -. :


RETURNED FROM LEAVE.


'j!17'~t


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Barnett, John........ Foreman......... p.m. 3125.00 Oct. 14 Master builder. '
Brown, H. M ..............do........... p.m. 125.00 Oct. 11 Do.
De Putron, Maurice... Bureau chief of p.m. 150.00 Oct. 14 Chief engineer.
division.
Dewis, Clifford S....... Levelman ........ p.m. 125.00 ....do... Municipal engineer.
Grant. William D...... Foreman ......... p.m. 100.00 Oct. 10 Masterbuilder.N
Nichols, A. B.......... Resident engi- p.m. 275.00 Oct. 4 Division engineer, Empire
neer.
Osborne, Herbert...... Assistant foreman p.m. 75.00 Oct. 10 Municipal engineer.
Prescott. Edward H ... Clerk ............ p.m. 125.00 ....do... Superintendent motive power":':
and machinery.
Speir, F. H ............ Foreman ........ p.m. 125.00 Oct. 11 Master builder. :


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 73


i-eport of changes in personnel in the Department of Construcion and Engineering for
week ending October 14, 1905-Continued.

CORRECTIONS AND CHANGES IN PREVIOUS REPORTS.


k As reported. Should be-


Allen, Chas. P., foreman, quit Aug. 25.................................... Canceled.
SAnderson, Frank E., plumber's helper, appointed Sept. 28............... Do.
Beresford, Lionel, carpenter, appointed Sept. 23........................ Beresford, Lionel, plumber.
SBurrows, Jesse L., trainman, appointed Sept. 23....................... Burrows, Jesse M.
Donohoe, John, locomotive engineer, appointed Sept. 23................ Donohoe, James.
: Firth, A. C., foreman, transferred Sept. 12 ........................... Transferred Sept. 16.
Kelley, Edward, carpenter, appointed Feb. 7.......................... Kelley, Edward W.
Kelley, Edward, carpenter, promoted June 1.......................... Kelley, Edward W.
Munroe, William, machinist, appointed Aug. 16........................ Munro, William.
Munroe, William, machinist, transferred Oct. 1......................... Munro, William.
Schebrek, Anton, carpenter, appointed Sept. 6 .......................... Schebreck, Anton.
Sexton, George, handy man, appointed Apr. 12 ........................ Sexton, James.
Sjostra, John, machinist's helper, appointed June ........................ jostrand, John.
SSjiostra, John, machinist's helper, promoted Oct. 1...................... Sjostrand, John.
Strudevant, B. S., foreman, quit June 15................................ Canceled.
Thompson, Saml. E., clerk, transferred Sept. 18 .......................... Transferred Sept. 20.
'Warner, Anselm M., carpenter, promoted Aug. 1 ........................ Canceled.



SReport of changes of personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineering, for
S week ending October 1I, 1905.

t APPOINTED IN UNITED STATES BY COMMISSIbN.

I. -------- ------.-------------------


Name.


Berger, Albert.........
Conard, Robert G......
Ourtis, Karl P..........
Cushing, Bruce L......
Dineen, Charles.......
Dodge, John L.........
Fairchild, Edw........
Gilliam, J. J...........
Graham, Edgar G......
SHouser, Franklin M...
Jost, Kristof...........
Kleine, Fred...........
Kremer, Edw..........
SLarendeau, Medrick...
p Lazar. Frank..........
Li: ncoln, L.F., sr.......
SLinedln, L. F.,jr.......
McCauley, Robt. E.....
Morse, Wm. H........

Odell, Paris B.........
Parker,Edw.........
Reddinger, Phillip....
Rubin, Arnold..........
Sanders, E. A.........
Smith, Chas. W., jr....
Snedeker, Cartie C.....

Snow, Ernest..........
SSnow, Isaac............
Waterford, Schuylei..
Wolf, Wilhelm.........
SWoodlock, James......


Position.


Carpenter ........
.....do............
.....do ............
Rodman .........
Carpenter ........
.....do............
.....do...........
.....do............
.....do............
.....do............
.....do ...........
.....do............
.....do...... .....
.....do............
.....do............
.....do ............
.....do ............
.....do ............
Locomotive engi-
neer.
SCarpenter........
.....do....... .....
.....do............
.....do............
.....do............
Rodman .........
Foreman.........

Carpenter ........
-.. do ------.------
....do............
.....do .......
....*do ............


Salary.


p.h. 50.56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.m. 83.83
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56*
p.m. 125.00

p. h. .56
p.h. .56
p. h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p. m. 83.33
p.m. 125.00

p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.b. .56
p. h. .56
p.. .56


Effective.I Date o1
Arrival.


Oct. 7 Oct. 14
....do..... do...
....do... ....do ...
....do... .... do...
....do... ....do...
....do.. .....do...
...do....do..I.....do...
....do ........do...
Sept. 23 Oct. 17
....do ...l....do...
Oct. 7 Oct. 14
....do ...... do...
....do.......do...
....do .....do...
....do .......do...
....do... ....do...
....do... ....do...
....do... ...do ...
....do... Oct. 16


....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
Oct. 3


Oct. 14
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...

....do...
....do...
....do ...
....do ...
Oct. 10


Assignment.


Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Municipal engineer.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Municipal engineer.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


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71 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. ::.it

Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineering f
week ending October 1, 1905-Continued.

APPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.


Name. Position. Salary. Effective. Da rria Assignment.

Avery, A. B........... Assistant foreman p.m. $75.00 Oct. 19 .......... Master builder. -
Bedell, William H..... Steam shovel en- p.m. 190.00 Oct. 7 ......... Division engineer,
gineer. Culebra.
Brokelman, Geo....... Machinist ........ p.h. .56 Oct. 13 .......... Superintendent no-
tive power and man. ..
chinery.
Brookhouse, John..........do................. p.h. .56 Oct. 11 .......... Do.
Crompton, Richard.........do ........... p.h. .56 Oct. 10 .......... Municipalengineer
Dumont, Herbert F.... Copyist........... p.m. 75.00 Oct. 13 .......... Division engineer,
SEmpire.
Ealey, Martin ......... Machinist....... p. h. .38 Oct. 3 .......... Superintendent mo.
tive power and ma-
chinery. -
Edwards, Robert...... Assistant foreman p.m. 50.00 Oct. 17 ..... .... Municipal engineer. .
Flynn, Patrick ........ .....do ............ p.m. 75.00 ....do... ........Master builder. 1
Huneyman, Alex ..... Boilermaker...... p.h. .56 Oct. 10 ..........Superintendent mo
tive power and mp*. A,
chinery.
Johnson, Landers..... Mechanic ........ p.h. .32 Oct. 13 .......... Master builder.
Knivala. John........ Carpenter ........ p.h. .56 Oct. 12 .......... Do.
Ruiz. Francis A....... Fireman.......... p.m. 75.00 Oct. 19 .......... Divisionengineej,Cu-
lebra.
Schultz, Karl.......... Machinist ........ p.h. .38 Oct. 14 .......... Superintendent mo-.
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Sellar, Geo. E.......... Carpenterforeman p.m. 100.00 Oct. 19 .......... Master builder.
Ward, Wm. H ......... Machinist........ p.h. .56 ....do.............. Superintendent mo-
tive power and meF :!V
chinery.
Winikka. Henry....... Carpenter .......p. h. .56 Oct. 12 ..........Master builder.


REAPPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division. Previousemployment. Separation.

Horn, Alex.. Foreman. p.m. $100.00 Oct. 13 Municipal Foreman,575;master Nov. 1, 1904;
engineer. builder, quit.
McInerny, D. Black p.h. .56 Oct. 16 Division en- Blacksmith, 80.56; Oct. 11: dis.:
smith. gineer, La motive power and charged.
Boca. machinery....


TRANSFERS WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT.

Name. Position. Salary. | Date. From- To--

Cattley, E. C....... Transitman .. p. n. 150.00 Oct. 16 Bureau meteorol- Municipalengineer .
ogy and river .
hydraulics.. .
Garrett, Chas. E... Supervisor.... p.m. 175.00 Oct. 20 Division engi- Division engineeri.'.. A
never. Culebra. Cristobal.
Keegan, Chas ..... Clerk ......... p. p.m. 100.00 Oct. 25 Municipal engi- Master builder.
neer....
Laurent, H........ Draftsman.... p.m. 150.00 Oct. 20 Masterbuilder.... Division engineer, ,
Cristobal. .
McIntyre, Frank.. Machinist .... p.h. .56 Oct. 19 Superintendent Division engineer,.A
motive power Culebra. > .'
and machinery. i:
Meehan, John J... Steam shovel p.m. 190.00 Oct. 17 .....do............ Do. .
engineer. .::
Phillips, Jas. K.... Steam shovel p.m. 83.33 Aug. 29 .....do............ Do.
fireman. ...
Reidy, John J ..... General fore- p.m. 150.00 Oct. 24 Master builder.... Municipalengineer,.:: .)I
man. i:
Ward, Fred F ..... Pipefitter..... p.h. .56 Oct. 16 Superintendent Do.
motive power
and machinery. 'i
Wright, D. E ...... Levelman .... p.m. 100.00 Oct. 21 Masterbuilder... Do. ..N
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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 75


R!:eport of changes in personnel in the Deparlment of Construction and Engineering for
week ending October 21, 190.5-Continued.

TRANSFER TO THIS DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Salary. Date From- To-

Kreicker, F. L..... Stenographer. p.m. $125.00 Oct. 20 Local auditor..... Division engineer,
Culebra.


TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT.


Ferris, H. L ....... Carpenter p.m. 5125.00 Ot. 16 Masterhbilder.... Department mate-
foreman. rial and supplies .
Dalzell, Wm....... Clerk ........ p.m. 125.00 ....do... Division engi- Do.
I never, Culebra. I


PROMOTIONS


Name.


Boyd, Arch. E........
Bradberry, R. T.......
Bressie, Philip N ......
Bushnell, H. H........
Correa, F. J..........
Cantwell, M. D........
Christenson, Carl......
Da Costa, Isaac S...:..

Davis, C. L ............
Blackburn, A. C.......
Daly, Henry E ........
Evans, A. G ..........
Griffith, W. F. R.......
Graves, William J.....
Hoskins, William I....
Hostetter, H. 0........
Hammar, Julius W ....
Hastings, James E.....
Humphreys, J. T.....
Leonard, N............
Luck, Charles A.......
Mansfield, George.....
Mosby, A. M..........
O'Brien, Richard......
Reid, H. M ..........

Stephenson, A. H ....
Schimpf, August .....
St. Clair, Dan..........
SSharpe, George G.....
Vanl Sciver, A .........
Webster, J. Leon .....
Young, George M ......
Zimmerman, J. C......
(_


Position. Salary.

Copyist..... p.m. 875.00
Yardmaster p.m. 125.00
Carpenter .. p.h. .56
Trainman.. p.m. 83.33
Carpenter.. p.h. .32
.....do...... p.m. 83.33
Timekeeper p.m. 75.00
Assistant p.m. 50.00
timekeep-
er.
Levelman .. p.m. 125.00
Carpenter.. p.h. .56
Supervisor.. p.m. 175.00
.....do...... p.m. 175.00
Instrument p.m. 175.00
man.
Clerk....... p.m. 100.00
.....do...... p.m. 125.00
.....do...... p.m. 100.00
Carpenter .. p. h. .56
.....do...... p.h. .56
Steamengi- p.m. 100.00
neer.
Foreman ... p.m. 100.00
Superin- p.m. 175.00
tendent.
Carpenter.. p.h. .56
.....do...... p.h. .56
Foreman... p.m. 125.00
Carpenter p.m 100.00
foreman.
Carpenter.. p.m. 100.00
Foreman... p.m. 100.00
.....do..... p.m 100.00
.....do:..... p.m. 125.00
Machinist .. p. h. .56
Plumber.... p.h. .56
Track fore- p.m. 100.00
man.
Foreman... p.m. 100.00


To- Date.

Clerk, 583.33...... Oct. 1
Yardmaster, 150. Nov. 1
Foreman, 8125.... ....do...
Conductor, $125... ....do...
Carpenter, 50.4-4 .....do...
Foreman. 812 .... ... do ...


Timekeeper, 5100. ..
Copyist, $75.......

Transitman, 5150.
Foreman, $125.... ..
Superintendent,
5200.
.....do ...... ... .....
Assistant engi-.
neer, 8200.
Clerk, 8125....... ..
Chief of division,
$150.
Clerk, 9125........
Foreman, $125.... ..
.....do ............ ..
.....do ............ ..
.....do ............ ..
Superintendent,.
$200.
Foreman, $125.... ..
.....do ............ ..
General foreman,.
8150.
.....do ...........
Foreman, $125....
.....do..............
.....do ............ ..
General foreman,.
$150.
Foreman, 8125.... ..
General foreman,.
6150.
Foreman, 5125.....
.....do ...... .......


..do ...
)ct. 1

Nov. 1
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
)ct. 1
qov. 1
..do ...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
Oct. 1
qov. 1
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...


Remarks.


Municipal engi-
neer.
Division engineer,
Culebrn.
Master builder.
Division engineer,
Culebra
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Municipal engi-
neer.
Division engineer.
Culebra.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Division engineer,
Culebra.
Municipal engi-
neer.
Do.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Division engineer,
Culebra.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Division engineer.
Cristobal.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Municipal engi-
neer.
Master builder.
Division engineer,
Culebra.
Do.






Ii MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. I"


Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and Enginee
week ending October 21, 1905--Continued.

REDUCTIONS.


Name.


Cuvillier, Charles M...

Eaton, Thomas........
White. Thomas........


Position. Salary.


General p.m. l150.00
foreman.
Carpenter.. p.h. .56
Boilermaker p. h. .141


To-


Foreman, $125....

Train man, $83.33.
Boilermaker,
$0.32.


Date.


Oct. 1

Oct. 9
Oct. 17


Remarht'.,


Division eiao
Culebra.
Do. '".FB
Division englon
LaBoca. 1,:


R,
J. .. :.:.:


RERATED AND RECLASSIFIED.


Munro, Wm..........

Poole. Harry..........
Quimby, Benjamin....
Robinson, Chas. E .....

Thom, L.G ............


Machinist..

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

Transitman


p. h.

p. h.
p.h.
p.h.

p.m.


50.56

.4-
.56
.38

150.00


Locomotive engi-
neer, 8125.
Trainman, 883.33.
Foreman, 8125....
Trainman, 683.33.

General foreman,
$150.


Oct. 1

....do...
Nov. 1
Oct. 1

....do...


CHANGED TO SILVER BASIS.


Name.


Position.


Salary. Date.


Division engN
Culebra..
Do.
Master butld ti ,
Division ebiEiVe
Culebra..
Municipal fiste
neer .





Division.
X :...


Kabsal, Wm............. Assistant foreman.... p.m. $60.00 Nov. 1 Division engineer, Culea,
Ponte,Clemente....... Drill helper........... p.m. 60.00 ....do... Do. ;:. !
..L ." I Ij .


.:... : .:


DISCHARGES.


Name.




Brown, Fred.......
Cleghorn, R. B., jr.
Conway, Thos. P...
Coulson, R. A......

Guisseppe, Rosso...


Hughson. Miles....
Johnson, Ruel S....

Munro, Wm........

Krone, Chas........


Rodriquez. E. D....
Suniria, Francisco.
Steere, Wm. C......
Vattier, C. E.......

Walker, J. B.......

Welch, Martin J ....


Position.




Carpenter ..
Draftsman..
Carpenter ..,
Driller ......

Steam and
air drill
helper.
Carpenter..
Foreman ...

Locomotive
engineer.
Steam and
air drill
helper.
Drill helper.
.....do .......
Carpenter..
Supervisor..

Machinist ..

Steamshov-
el crane-
man.


Salary.




p.h 50.56
p.m. 150.00
p.h. .56
p.m. 83.33

p.m. 60.00


p.h. .56
p.t. 100.00

p.m. 125.00

p.m. 60.00


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

p.h.

p.m.


60.00
60.00
.56
175.00

.32

165.00


Date.




Oct. 17
Oct. 15
Oct. 14
Oct. 19

Oct. 17


Oct. 18
Oct. 11

Oct. 18

Oct. 14


....do...
....do...
Oct. 21
Aug. 20

Oct. 14

Oct. 15


Cause.




Intoxication....
Reductionforce.
Intoxication....
Incompetency..

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


Insubordination
Inebriety .......

Insubordination

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


Leaving work ..
.....do ..........
Inattention.....
Reductionforce.

Unsatisfactory..

Intoxication....


Division.


Master builder....
.....do..........-.
.....do ............
Division engineer,
Culebra.
.....do..........


Master builder.: .'
Division engineer,
Culebra.
.....do..........-

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


.....do ..........
.....do ............
M aster builder....
Division engineer,
Culebra.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Division engineer,
Culebra.
.. *>..


RESIGNATIONS.


Braswell. Sami. E.. Supervisor.. p.m.9175.00 Oct. 16 ................ Municipal -engi-
neer.
... .. ... .. ..


4::

- .. .. .. .. ..


Obri;:;


yes'


iyt




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No ":: !.:*
Yes,-il


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MINUTESS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 77


.Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineering for
week ending October 1, 1905-Continued.

LEFT THE SERVICE.


Name.



Brown, JamesK......

Buys, John............
Clayton, E. R..........

i Dies, Juan A..........

I Fabio, A.............

SFullaway, David T....
Flynn, Patrick ........

SHenriquez, Charles....

SHumphreys, John G...

:.:Hatchett, Roy R.......
Johnson,Landers .....
.: Mullin, J. Hart........
SMyers, M. J............

- Neuberg, Gustave......

McPhee, John R.......

Stellar, George E.......
Springer, Alien H .....
Stewart, Jesse ........

Stines, Herman........
Do................


Taragna Frank.......
Ttte, A. J...........

Taylor, Everett W.....


Position. Salary.



Foreman ........ p.m. 8100.00

Plumber.......... p.h. .56
Machinist ........ p.h. .56

Assistant time- p.m. m. 0.00
keeper.
Assistant fore- p.m. 75.00
man.
Clerk ............ p.m. 125.00
Track foreman ... p.m. 83.33

Machinist ........ p.h. .44
I p. .4


Engineman ......

Rodman ........
Machinist........
Clerk .............
Trainman........

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

Foreman .........

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

Pit foreman......
.....do...........


Boilermaker ....
Trainman ........

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


I. m.

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

p.m.


p.m.

p.m.



p.m.


p.h.
p.m.

p.m.


125.00

83.33
.32
125.00
83.33

125.00


100.00

100.00
.56
83.33

75.00
75.00

.56
100.00

83.33


Date.



Oct. 14

Oct. 7
Oct. 16

Oct. 13

Oct. 9

Aug. 7
July 31

Oct. 17


Oct. 15

....do ...
Oct. 23
Oct. 18
Oct. 14

Oct. 2


Oct. 10

Aug. 21
Oct. 23
Oct. 11

Oct. 11
Oct. 16

Oct. 17
Oct. 15

Oct. 20


Division.



Division engineer,
Culebra.
Master builder........
Division engineer,
La Boca.
Master builder........

Municipal engineer..

Chief engineer .......
Division engineer,
Culebra.
Superintendent mo-
tive powerand ma-
chinery.
Division engineer,
Culebra.
Municipal engineer..
Master builder........
.....do ................
Division engineer,
Culebra.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Division. engineer,
Culebra.
Master builder........
.....do ................
Division engineer,
Culebra.
.....do ................
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
.....do ................
Division engineer,
Culebra.
.....do ...............


LEAVES OF ABSENCE.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division. Remarks.


Atterbury, T. C........ Foreman... p.m. $125.00 Oct. 1i Division engi- 6 weeks with pay.
neer, Culebra.
Butterfield, L................do ...... p.m. 125.00 Oct. 16 .....do............ Do.
Carty. C.C...................do...... p.m. 125.00 ....do........do ............ Do.
Kjellgren. Eric H..... Trainman.. p.m. 83.33 Oct. 21 .....do............ Do.
Kelley,Edw.W....... Foreman... p.m.- 125.00 Oct. 16 ....do............ Do.
Morrison, George ...........do ...... p.m. 100.00 ....do... ....do ............ Do.
i Williams, Burton..........do ...... p.m. 125.00 ....do ... .....do ............ Do.


RETURNED FROM LEAVE.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division.


Benedetti, Antonio.... Assistant foreman.... p.m. 875.00 Oct. 12 Division engineer, Culebra.
!Cmmihgs, E.C....... Master mechanic..... p.m. 300.00 Oct. 22 Superintendent motive pow-
er and machinery.
,Dixon, Robert......... Foreman ......... p.m. 100.00 Oct. 23 Ma.ster builder.
Domimquez, Rafael.... Levelman ........... p.m. 100.00 Oct. 14 Municipal engineer.
arrett, Charles E..... Supervisor........... p.m. 175.00 Aug. 26 Division engineer, Culebra.
Irvin, Earl M......... Clerk ................ p.m. 125.00 Oct. 14 Superintendent motive pow-
er and machinery.
tinnington, J. A...... Levelman ............ p.m.. 125.00 ....do... Division engineer, Culebra.
lity, Jeremiah ...... Foreman ............. p.m. 100.00 ....do... Do.
Wiiuima, FredJ...... .....do ................ p.m. 100.00 ....do... Do.


Objec-
tion to re-
employ-
ment.

No.

No.
No.

No.

No.

No.
No.

No.


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-1 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and
week ending October 21, 190---Continued.

CORRECTIONS AND CHANGES IN PREVIOUS REPORTS.


".:*. ". ":i.





". :: :
.. .. ... ...
Engineering)


As reported. Corrected to-


Androncho, Anistazio. dredge captain, promoted August 28; reported Anastazio, AndroIniB0., :.A
September 9. :
Androncho, Anastio, changed tosilver basis September 1; reported Sep- Do.
tember30.
Kandoucho, Anastasio. dredge captain, appointed June 19; reported Do. .
July 15.
Purdum, J. A., supervisor, transferred September 7; reported Septem- Transferred Septemberg.:i
her 30.
Samuel, Victor, rodman. appointed June 2: reported June 7............. Saurel, Victor.
Subiria, Francisco, steam and air drill helper, appointed July 21; re- Suniria, Francisco.
ported July 29.
Taicentini, Dominique, steam and air drill helper, appointed July 22; Dominique, Tiacentini." '
reported July 29. 1



Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineering, week
ending October 98, 1905.

APPOINTED IN UNITED STATES BY COMMISSION.


Name.


Barry, C. J............
Beam, Walter Irvin....

Bryan, Neil F..........
Burrows, Robert.......
Dewling, Andrew W ..


Donohoe, James.......

Gilmore, Phillip S...'..
Hosmer, Harry E......
Kapp, Harry A........
Klotts, Frank D.......
Knight. Franklin......
Larkin, John.........
Lawrence, Wm. H.....
McLaughlin, Wm. J...
Morrill, Frank S.......

Nelson, Oscar E........

Nolan, Michael........

Pike, G.G............

Seibert, Daniel ........
Saats, John..........
Thaver, Cha..........
Uhrig, Chas............

Wells. Edw. W.........
Williams, Chas........


Position.


Carpenter ........
Rodman.........

Carpenter ........
.....do ............
Stenographer.....


Locomotive engi-
neer.
Carpenter ........
.....do ............
.....do ...........
.....do ............
.....do............
.....do ............
.....do ............
.....do ............
Transitman ......

Carpenter ........

Steam shovel
craneman.
Stenographer.....

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

.....do ............
Pipefitter.........


Wilson, J. \ .........I Carpenter ........
Woodsum, D. M ....... .....do ...........


Date of
Salary. Effective. arrival.
i a rv l


p.h.
p.m.


p. .
p.h.
p.m.


p.m.

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

p.h.

p. m.

p.m.

p.h.


p. m.

p.m.
p.h.


p.h.
p.h.


80.56
83.33

.56
.56
125.00


125.00

.56
.56
.56
.56
.56
.56
.56
.56
150.00

.56

165.00

125.00

.56
.56
.56
100.00

83.33
.56


.56
.56


Oct. 2 Oct. 26
Oct. 16" Oct. 23


Sept. 23 Sept. 30

Oct. 16 Oct. 23
....do... ....do ...
Oct. 7 Oct. 28
Oct. 16 Oct. 23
.... do.......do...
....do... ....do...
....do... .... do...
Oct. 2 Oct. 26
Oct. 16 Oct. 23

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

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

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

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

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


Oct. 7 Oct. 28
Oct. 14 Oct. 23


Assignment. :


Master builder.
Di vision engineer,'Et-
pire.
Master builder.
Do.
Superintendent ,mo-
tive power and mn- a
chinery.
Division engineer, Eh- '
pire.
Master builder.
Do.
Do. 4
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Division engineer, n-
pire.
Master builder.

Division engineer, Emit
pire.
Bureau of labor and
quarters.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Division engineer, Em-
pire.
Do.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and za-
chinery.
Master builder.
Do.


*
.


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 79


Report of changes in personnel in the Department of (Construction and Engineering, week
ending October 28, 1905-Continued.

APPOINTMENT ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.


Name,


Adams, J ............
Adams, Roger H.......

Brewer, L. A...........
Devereux, A. F., jr....

Emery, Albert.........
Hanson, Peter.........
Johnson, Patrick......

McAndrews, Dennis...

McLeod, Duncan......
Morgan, John L.......

Rayborn, John A......


Position.


Plumber..........
Clerk ............


Foreman .........
Clerk ............

Timekeeper ......
carpenter r ........
Blacksmith.......

Foreman .........

Assistant foreman
Clerk .............


Subsistence stew-
ard.


Salary.


p.h. 90.56
p.m. 100.00


p.m.
p.m.

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

p.m.

p.m.
p.m.


100.00
125.00

75. 00
.56
.32

83.33

75.00
100.00


p.m. 150.00


Effective.


Oct. 26
Oct. 22


Date of
arrival.


Oct. 25 .........
Oct. 20 .........

....do ... ..........
Oct. 3 .........
Sept. 1 .........

Oct. 24 ..........

Oct. 1 ..........
Oct. 26 ..........


Oct. 28 ..........


Assignment.


Master builder.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Municipal engineer.
Division engineer, Em-
pire.
Master builder.
Do.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Municipal engineer.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Bureau labor and
quarters.


REAPPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division. Pviousem- Separa-
ployment. 11011.

Morrice, Alex. J... Clerk......... p.m. 8125.00 Oct. 19 Bureau la- Clerk,8125:mas- October
bor and ter builder. 6: re-
quarters. signed.
O'Shea, Dennis.... Machinist .... p.h. .56 Oct. 22 bu perin Machinist, 0.45; Octnber
tendent superintend- 13:quit.
motive entmotive
powerand power and
machine- machinery.
ry.
Sharp, Richard.... Foreman..... p.m. 100.00 Oct. 23 Masterbuild- Carpenter,S100; August
er. masterbuild- 21:qnit.
er.


TRANSFERS WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT.


Name.


Bryan, Robert.......

Hill, J. L ............
Meehan, Jno. J......

Ritter, Wm. A.......

Wagner, Harold J ...


Position.


Steam shovel
fireman.
Carpenter ....
Steam shovel
engineer.
Steam shovel
craneman.
Clerk........


Salary. Date.


p.m. 883.33 Sept. 21

p.h. .56 Nov. 1
p.m. 190.00 Oct. 26

p.m. 165.00 r Sept. 10

p.m. 1..0. 0 Oct. 23


From-


Motivepowerand
machinery.
Master builder....
Motivepowerand
machinery.
.....do ...........

Division engineer,
Culebra.


To-


Division engineer,
Culehra.
Do.
Do.

Do.

Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.


TRANSFERS TO THIS DEPARTMENT.


Murphy, Frank...... Foreman..... p.m. .'8.33 Oct. 20 Material and sup- Division engineer,
plies. Empire.
Perry, F. H.......... Clerk......... p.m. 125.00 Oct. 29 .....do............ Superintendent
I motive power
Sand machinery.


TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT.


Bhelor, Douglass .... Stenographer. p.m. 8125.00 Oct. 27 Division engineer, Disbursing nffittr.
Culebra.







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80 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and En
ending October 25, 1905-Continued.

PROMOTIONS.


Name.


Caburn, Wm. T....

Coyne, Michael....
Clader, Will A.....

Barrett, Nelson M.

*


Position. Salary. To- Date.


Track fore-
man.
Pit foreman ..
Stenographer.

Clerk.........


DeVeyriere, R. P.. Storekeeper ..


Ealey, Martin ..... Machinist ....


Fitzke, Henry C...
Fisher, Henry.....

Gerry, Th..........


Giles. Ira A........

Hummer, dhas. V.


Haggerty, Maurice
W.
Valley, Jno. H ....
Irvin, Earl M......
Johnson, Nelson R.

Kinsel, A. J .......


McGrath, Thos. F..

O'Neill, Danl......

Sexton, Jas........


Spangler, C. J .....

Swinehart, Jay....


Stokoe, Jas........


Stipp, Henry ......

Tenny, M. W......

Winter, Albert ....


Williams, Jno .....
Ward,Francis R.T.


Stonemason ..
Assistantfore-
man.
Rodman ......


p.. 100.00

p.m. 83.33
p.m. 125.00

p.m. 125.00


p.m. 83.33


p.h. .38


p.b. .56
p.m. 50.00

p.m. 75. CO


Clerk......... p.m. 125.00

Foreman..... p.m. 100.00


Clerk.........

.....do ........
.....do........
Rodman ......

Machinist ....


General fore-
man.
Steam shovel
pitman.
Machinist ....


Assistantfore-
man.
Steam and air
drill work-
man.
Draftsman ....


Plumber......

Assistant en-
gineer.
Coppersmith .


Helper .......
Trainman ....


p.m.

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

p.h.


p.m.

p.m.

p.h.


p.m.

p.m.


p.m.


p.h.

p.m.

p.h.


p.h.
p.m.


100.00

83.33
125.00
83.33

.44


150.00

75.00

.44


75.00

83.33
.

83.33


.38

225.00

.38


.25
100.00


Yardmaster, 8125.....

Pit foreman, 8100.....
Chief clerk, 8150 ....

Chief division, $150...


Hydrologer, $100....


Machinist, $0.44 ......


Foreman, 8125.......
Assistant foreman, 860

Hydrologer, 883.33....


Nov. 1

....do...
Oct. 1

Nov. 1


Oct. 1


Nov. 1


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

Oct. 1


Supervisor, 150 ...... Nov. 1

Machinist. 60.56...... Sept. 16


Clerk, 6125............

Clerk, 8100............
Chief clerk, 8150......
Clerk, 5100............

Machinist, 80.56......


Nov. 1

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

....do...


Assistant superin- ....do...
tendent, 8175.
Pit foreman, 8100..... ....do...

Machinist, 80.56...... ... do...


Foreman, $83.33...... ....do ...

Assistant foreman, ....do...
$100.

Draftsman, 8100....... ....do...


Foreman, 883.33...... ....do...

Assistant engineer, ....do...
8250.
Coppersmith, 50.44.... ....do..


Foreman, 875......-. .... do...
Conductor, 8125 ...... ....do...


!n














never, Emp
De.ii.




neer.
Superintenda..
motive potr!d
and macili-
ery.
Division met
ology .ri;
river hyd
lios. .,
Superintendent
motive poei
and im=li
ery.
Master bUldfethr'i
Do,.

Division meteor-
ology "qin.
river hyd '!iu
lice.
Bureau labor :
and qartW. -a`."
Superinteendt,;:t
motive power
and machin-i
ery. .. "
Do.

Do. --
Do,.
Division enat-i-'
neer, LamiBoe ,;:m
Superintendent :
motive power '"
and mehiin-
ery. *
Master buildet',
S ..4 i
Division eug--,
neer, Empire .
Superintendent iJ:!":1
motive power
and m Aoin-
ery. .';
Master b .uilde. '

Division engfi-' .:
neer, Empire o.

Superintedet : -,
motive power'.:
and machin-..:

Munieipal ui::.
never.
Division eol:
neer, EmpiP:. i
SuperintenzeL :
motive power
and mac rhn-
ery.
Master builder:
neer, Emi r ,


Q.









:; .yE..i;.
N i m :

.:







MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 81


Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineering, 'week
ending October 28, 1905-Continued.
DISCHARGES.


Name. Position.




Biedermann, Franz Photographer..
Cook, Everett .... Machinist......


Fabian, Jno. J..... Foreman.......
Knightly, Thos. A. Plumber .......
Larson, Fred C.... Carpenter......
Merel, C.......... Mesenger .....
Mexia, J. Carlos... General fore-
man.
Mitchell, Jno...... Foreman.......
Mullaly. Frank J. Plumber.......
Sanborn, Frank J Clerk ..........


Todd, Geo......... Carpenter.......

Way, Ralph F..... .....do..........


Salary.




p.m. 8150. 00
p.h. .45


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

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


p.h.

p.h.


125.00
5j
.56
25.00
150.1)0

100.00
.56
125.00


Date.




Oct. 15
Aug. 19


Oct. 23
Oct. 25


....do ...
Oct. I20
Oct. CO '

Oct. 12
Sept. 21
Oct. 19


.56 Oct. 27

.56 Oct. 25


RESIGNATIONS.

Objection
Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division.. to re-
employ-
ment.

High, J. B............. Transitman ......p.m. 150.00 Oct. 24 Division engineer, No.
1 Cristobal.
Morrice, A., jr......... Clerk............. p.m. 125.00 Oct. 6 Master builder ....... No.

LEFT THE SERVICE.


Arcila, Lisandro......

:
Ball, Geo. P...........

Ballard, W. H .........
Brooks, E. W..........

Cobb, Wm. H..........


Cochez, Theopile......

SDa Costa, Aaron.......


SFurtado, Jos..........
Graff, Victor M........


Graham, Wm. S.......
SHarmon, Frederic.....
Bill, Jas..............
Johnson, Landers.....
Long, Geo. E..........

Miller, Frank .........
OIsen. Edwin..........
SKRun, Eugene.........
PageJ. F..............
Robinson, Samuel.....
:co tt, Chas............

.rtnger, Alien H.....
.-VaF Atta, R. S.........


Machinist........ p.h.


Conductor........

Carpenter ........
Engine runner ..

Boilermaker .....


Foreman .........

Machinist.......


Engine driver ....
Machinist ........


.....do ............
Assistant foreman.
Carpenter ........
Mechanic ........
Carpenter .......

.....do............
.....do ...........
-...-do .............
.....do.........
.....do...........
Assistant foreman.

Carpenter .-.....
Rodman .........


p. m.

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


p.m.

p.h.


p.h.
p.h.


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

p.h.
p.m.


80.38


125.00

.56
125.00

.32


83.33

.44


.56
.44


.38
75.00
.56
.32
.56

.56
.56
.56
.56
.56
50.00

.56
75.00


Oct. 19


Oct. 16

Oct. 24


Oct. 25
Sept. 29


Oct. 14
Oct. 21
Oct. 25
Oct. 23
Oct. 24

.... do...
Oct. 23
....do ..
Oct. 21
Oct. 23
....do...

.... do...
Oct. 24


Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Master builder .......
Division engineer,
Empire.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Municipal engineer..
Superintendent mo-
tive powerand ma-
chinery.
Municipal engineer..
.....do..............
Master builder .......
.....do..............
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
.....do ................
Master builder .......
.....do .............
.....do ...............
.....do ...............
Division engineer,
Cristobal
Master builder .......
Division engineer,
Cristobal.


. 887A- 6--


SOb-
jec-
tion
Cause. Division. i to
Ireem-
ploy-
Imeni.
1-
Officeabolished. Chiefengineer No.
Reduction of Superintend- No.
force, ent motive
power and
machinery.
Incompetency-. Masterbuilder, No.
Drunkenness... .....do........ Yes.
Inability ....... .....do........ No.
Officeabolished.I Chiefengineer. Nr.
Incompetency.. Divisionengi- No.
never, Empire;
Inattention .... Masterbuilder Yes.
Drunkenness........do ........ Yes.
Not reporting Superintend- No.
(leave). ent motive
power and
machinery.
Insub'ordina- Masterbuilder Yes.
tion.
Incompetency.. .....do........ No.


--- -------------- & ----


Ir




*. .. :..." r : : ."
82 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. "Q:.:."

Report of changes in personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineerngw.'.
ending October 28, 1905-Continued. *

LEAVES OF ABSENCE.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division. Remarks. ',

Armiger, Geo........ Conductor.... p. m. 8125.00 Oct. 24 Division engi 6 weeks withlp.q
neer, Empire.
Davis, Edw. H ...... Foreman..... p.m. 125.00 Oct. 26. Municipal engi- 6 weeks without
nter. pay.

RETURNED FROM LEAVE. .... i


Canstein, Henry..... Timekeeper.. p.m. 875.00 Oct. 23 Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Dounelly, Henry P.. G en e r a p.m. 150.00 Oct. 23 Master builder...
forem an '
plumber.
Meehan, Jno. J...... Steam shovel p.m. 190.00 Oct. 14 Superintendent .i
engineer. motive power
and machinery.
Monroe, P. J ........ Foreman ..... p.m. 125.00 Oct. 1 Division engi- -
neer, Empire. :.
Ritter, W. A......... Steam shovel p.m. 165.00 Oct. 23 .....do...........
craneman.


LEAVES EXTENDED. .

Buchan, Geo....... Steam shovel p.m. 9165.00 Oct. 23 Diviston engi- 21 days without
craneman. neer, Empire. pay. *


CORRECTIONS AND CHANGES IN PREVIOUS REPORTS. :
*.. *' .. .
As reported. Corrected to-


Arrivillage, A.. machinist, appointed Sept. 1: reported Sept. 9.......... Antonio Arrivillage.
Bowlby, R. F., locomotive engineer, appointed July 1; reported July 29. Richard F. Bowlby.
Crowley. D. J., blacksmith, appointed Feb. 28; reported Mar. 4......... Daniel J. Crowley.
Osorio. Harold, copyist, appointed July 17; reported July 29 ............ J. Harold Osorio.
Turnbull, J., machinist, appointed Aug. 16; reported Aug. 26.......... Jno. Turnbull.
Watson, G. W., machinist, appointed Sept. 1; reported Sept. 9 ......... Geo. W. Watson .
------------------------------------------*--^ T.:: .:::..

Report of changes ;n personnel of the Department of Cbnstruction and Engineering, week :
ending Norember 4, 1905.

APPOINTED IN UNITED STATES BY COMMISSION.

Date of
Name. Position. Salary. Effective. riva Assignment.

Kapp, Harry A........ Carpenter....... p.h. 80.56 Oct. 7 Oct. 28 Master builder.
W ilson, J. W .......... .....do............ p.h. .56 ....do... ....do... Do.


APPOINTMENTS ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER. .

Bothfield, Alfred B.... Foreman ........ p.m. $125.00 Oct. 23 .......... Superintendent mid-.
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Holt, James........... Machinist......... p.. .38 Oct. 27 .......... Division engineerT: ,;
Cristobal.
Marlin, James......... Assistant foreman p.m. 75.00 Oct. 30 .......... Master builder. ''..
McGillieuddy, John J. Trainman........ p.m. 100.00 Oct. 28 .......... Division engineer.!.
Empire. ". 1.''
Savage, John.......... Engineer......... p.m. 125.00 Oct. 25 .......... Division engineer
Cristobel.
Searcy, William E..... Assistant foreman p.m. 75.00 Oct. 30 .......... Master builder. .
Stabbs, Walter ........ Computer ........ p.m. 100.00 Nov. 18 .......... Division meteorlt64lj,
and river hydranr-,:i:
lice.
Williams, Henry J..... Foreman, painter. p.m. 100.00 Aug. 18 .......... Master builder.


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes of personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineering, week
ending November 4, 1905-Continued.

TRANSFERS WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. From- To-


Cattley, E. C ....... Transit man.. p.m. 5150.00 Oct. 16 ,Division meteor- Municipal engi-
ology and river neer.
hydraulics.
Cornish, F. L........ Foreman pipe- p.m. 125.00 Nov. 1 Superintendent Master builder.
fitter. motive power
and machinery.
Drips, Victor P...... Clerk ......... p.m. 100.00 ....do ... Bureau labor and Division engineer.
quarters. Empire.
Fouache, Charles.... .....do........ p.m. 83.33 ....do ... .....do ............ Do.
Whitaker, R. 0...... Rodman...... p.m. 83.33 ....do... Division engineer, Division meleor-
La Boca. ology and river
hydraulics.


TRANSFERS TO THIS DEPARTMENT.


Love, J. Percy....... Rodman...... p.m. 583.33 Nov. 1 Materialand sup- Municipal engi-
plies. neer.
Parker, Harry L..... Clerk......... p.m. 125.00 ....do... Prosecutingattor- Division engineer,
ney. Empire.


TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT.


Jordan, Herbert R.. Stenographer. p.m. $125.00 Nov. 1 Division engineer, Prosecuting attor-
Culebra. ney.
Shelor, Douglas ..... Clerk ......... p.-m. 125.00 ....do... Division engineer, Disbursing office.
Empire.


PROMOTIONS:


Name.


Bell, Wm. G .......

Edwards, Tbos. D.

Kepperly, Wm. E..


La Porte, Jas......

Maher, Edward ...

Main, Genaro A ..

Mayne, Jas. B.....
McLeod, Donald ..

Potter, Russell B..

Redmond, Chas. F.
Roch, Frank ......

Schwartz, Henry..

Singer, J..........

Thomas, Jas.......

Weitz, Wm ........


Position.


Track fore-
man.
Assistant
timekeeper.
Foreman ....


Salary.


p.m. 75. 00

p.m. 50.00

p.m. 150.00


Copyist...... p.m.

Trainman ...' p.m.

Assistant p.m.
timekeeper.
Carpenter... p.h.
Blacksmith.. p.h.


Clerk ........

.....do.......
Plumber.....

Timekeeper.


Track fore-
man.
Boilermaker.

Trainman ...


p. m.

p.m.
p. h.

p.m.

p.m.

p. h.

p.m.


75.00

75.00

50.00

.56
.-14


100.00

100.00
.38

75.00


83.33

.32

83.33


To--


Foreman, 883.33 ......

Copyist, $75...........

Foreman, 5175........


Date.


Nov. 1

....do...

....do ...


Timekeeper, $100..... ....do...

Trainman, 8100...........do ..

Copyist, 875.......... .... do...

Foreman, 8125........ Dec. 1
Blacksmith, 80.5 ..... Nov. 1


Stenographer, $125 .......do...

.....do ................ ....do...
Assistant foreman, Oct. 23
060.
Clerk, 8100............ Nov. 1


Car foreman, $100 .... ....do...

Boilermaker, 80.44.... ....do...

Conductor, $125 ..........do...


Division.


Division engineer,
Empire.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Division engineer.
Cristobal.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Master builder.
Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Do.
Municipal engi-
neer.
Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Division engineer,
Empire.


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Report of changes of personnel in the Deprriment of Construction and Engineerin
ending November 4, 1905-Continued.

DISCHARGES. 4


Name.


Position.


Salary.


Bothfield. Alfred B. Ftreman..... p.m.8125.00


Chelar. Steven.....

Hendry, Jas........

Larcom, B. L ......

Powers, Chas. E.V..

Sosa, Julian........

Sprigg, A. M ......

Southard, Frank W.
Ward, Wm. H......


Fireman......

General fore-
man.
Machinist ....

Clerk .........

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

Assistant sup-
erintendeit
tracks.
Carpenter ....
Machinist....


p.m.

p.m.

p. h.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.h.
p.h.


75.00

150.00

.56


83.33

83.33

250.00

.56
.56


Date.




Oct. 30


Oct.

....do

Aug.

Oct.

Oct.

Oct.


Oct. 28
Oct. 31


Cause.


Inability .....

Inefficiency ..

Unsatisfac-
tory.
Reduction of
force.

Absent with-
out leave.
.....do........

Unsatisfac-
tory.

Inability .....
Incompe-
tent.


r


Ssupe
mo
and
Divi
nee
.....d

Supe
mo
and
Divi
nee
Bures
qus
Divi
nee

Masti
Supe
mo
anc


RESIGNATION. .,..

Diake, Ralph L.... Draftsman.... p.m. 150.00 Oct. 30 ................ Superintendent No.'
motive power
and machinery.


LEFT THE SERVICE.

Objectfd :
Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division. to reei;;n



Clerk, E. C ............ Carpenter ........ p.h. S0.56 Oct. 30 Master builder ........ No...**.
Kenney, Jno. J........ Plumber.......... p.h. .56 Oct. 28 .....do................. No.
Kenyon, A. T.......... Rodman.......... p.m. 75.00 Oct. 29 Division engineer, La No. ..d
Boca.
Kershner, Andrew J .. Carpenter ......... .h. .56 Nov. 1 Master builder ........ No.
Mast, F. A............. Machinist........ p.h. .56 Oct. 30 Division engineer, No.
Cristobal.
Wood, Walter W....... Carpenter ........ p.h. .56 Oct. 31 Master builder ........ No.


LEAVES OF ABSENCE.

Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division. Remarks,: .;:


Andrews, Don E..... Rodman...... p.m. 75.00 Sept. 30 Division engineer, 6 weeks with
Empire. pay. .
Brackett, WilburF.. Clerk......... p.m. 125.00 Nov. 3 Master builder.... 3 weeks without'.
pay.
Burson, E. F ........ Chief of divi- p.m. 150.00 ....do ........do ............ 6 weekswith pa :
sion. .
Curtis, F. J.......... Foreman..... p.m. 100.00 Nov. 1 Municipal engi- 4 weeks with t
neer. pay.
Guy, William H..... Gen. rounds- p.m. 60.00 ....do... Superintendent 30 days wit.t:-
man. motive power pay.
and machinery. "
Philip, G. P.......... Assistant en- p.m. 200.00 .... do... Division engineer, 2 months without
gineer. Empire. pay. :4:.
Stancliff, H. T....... Chie f divi- p.m. 150.00 Nov. 3. Master builder ... 6 weeks with p
sion .. .
Trowbridge, La- General fore- p.m. 150.00 Nov. 1 Municipal engi- Do.
fayette. man. never.


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rintendent No
tive power
machinery.
sion engi- No.
r, Empire.
o............ i.

rintendent No._ B
tive power
1 machinery.
sion engi- No.
r, Empire.
au labor and -No.'
Lrters.
sion engi- NSo
r, Empire.

er builder ...
rintendent NY'et
tive power
Machinery,


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Report of changes of personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineering, week
ending November 4, 1905.

RETURNED FROM LEAVE.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division.


Bucknell, Wm. S...... Transitman .......... p.m. $150.00 Oct. 31 Master builder.
Dauchy, W. E ........ Division engineer .... p.a. 9,000.00 ....do... Division engineer, Empire.
Hudson, Hood......... Chief of division...... p.m. 150.00 ....do... Chief engineer.
Karnopp, E. B......... Levelman ........... p.m. 100.00 ....do... Division engineer. Empire.
Lohman, C. H........ Foreman ............. p.m. 125.00 ....do... Municipal engineer.
Ruggles, W. B......... Resident engineer.... p.m. 275.00 ....do... Division engineer, Empire.
Wells, G. M.......... Assistant engineer .. p.m. 200.00 ....do... Division engineer, Bas
Obispo.


CORRECTIONS AND CHANGES IN PREVIOUS REPORTS.


As reported. Corrected to-


Andrews, Don E., rodman; left service Sept. 30; reported Sept. 30................ Canceled.
Ward, Francis R. T., trainman; promoted Nov. 1; reported Oct. 28............... Do.
Farrington, Ward H., transitman; appointed Aug. 11; reported Aug. 26.......... Do.
Kimberly, T. W., machinist: promoted Sept. 1: reported Aug. 26................ W. T. Kimberly.
McKenna, P., plumber; died Aug. 13; reported Aug. 26 ......................... Thomas McKenna.
Ramsey, Mack, carpenter; quit Aug. 7; reported Aug. 12......................... Canceled.


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for week
ending November 11, 1905.

EMPLOYMENT IN THE UNITED STATES BY THE COMMISSION.


Name.


Buwalder, Klaas......
Cone, Ralph..........
Cropper, John W......
Davies, D. R...........
Dayton, C. H..........


Position.


Carpenter ........
Painter..........
Carpenter ........
.....do...........
Clerk.............


Doswell, Claude D-..... Stenographer.....


Deuber, Herman......
Duke, Thomas A......
Fry, Calvin L..........
Goldenberg, Benjamin
Larson, Fred ..........


Carpenter ........
.....do...........
.....do............
.....do............
Stenographer.....


Losey, Thomas........ Carpenter ........
McLeer, John .........-------- Track foreman ..


Mitchell, J. H.........
Morgan, Geo. W.......
Norcross, Daniel E ....
Platt, Charles R.......
Rabbitt, Chas. J.......
'Rose, Chas. A.........

Schott, Arnold ........
Shelow, John C........
Smiley, Robert........
Spalding, Walter J....

Suddarth, R. L........
Thompson, Christie...
Willison, Clarence.....
SYingling, George......

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Painter...........
Carpenter ........
.....do...........
.....do............
.....do...........
General foreman.

Stenographer ....
Carpenter........
.....do...........
Draftsman........


Salary.


p.h. 80.56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.m. 150.00


p.m. 125.00

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


p.h. .56
p.m. 100.00

p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.b. .56
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p. m. 150.00

p.m. 125.00
p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.m. 150.00


Carpenter ........ p.h.
.....do............ p. h.
.....do............ p.b.
Clerk............. p.m.


.56
.56
.56
125.00


Effective.


Oct. 24
....do...
.... do...
....do...
Oct. 31


.... do...

Oct. 24
....do. .
....do...
....do...
Oct. 14


Date of
arrival.

Oct. 31
.... do...
....do...
....do...
Nov. 7


....do...

Oct. 31
....do...
....do...
....do...
Nov. 7


Oct. 24 Oct. 31
....do.. ....do...

...do ......do...
....do... ....do ...
....do... ....do ...
....do .......do...
.... do... ....do...
Oct. 31 Nov. 7


....do...
Oct. 24
....do...
Oct. 31

Oct. 24
....---do...
....do...
Oct. 31


....do...
Oct. 31
....do...
Nov. 7

Oct. 31
....do...
....do...
Nov. 7


Assignment.


Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Master builder.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Do.
Master builder.
Do.
Division engineer, La
Boca.
Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent mo-
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Report of changes of personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineeringi': i
ending November 11, 1905-Continued.

EMPLOYMENT ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.::'


Name.


Adams, Edward.......
Bateman, Robert......

Berger, John ..........
Brown, William.......


Buiton, Wm. B........
Corcoran,John R......
Curran, Phillip R......

Davis, John Edgar....


Dignum, Harry J......
Eftemio, Dimitri ......

Fickel, Arthur ........

Jones, Thomas ........

Lamar, William .......

Lavenaire, Emanuel ..
Mack. Michael .......
Marsh, William........
Mulligan, Jas..........


Phillips, E. L..........

Rauseher, Stanley.....
Ryan, Richard ........
Riley, Michael ........

Savage. D. B..........
Sagstetter, William....


Sagstetter, Tony......
Smith, Henry A.......

Shuma, Alfred.........

Taylor, Wilfred........
Toomey, Wm. Chas....


Tuttle, E. S............

Wainwright, Walter...

Ward, Fred F.........


Wilcox, Claude........


Position.


Painter..........
Copyist...........

Engine driver....
Machinist ........


Painter..........
Plumber's helper.
Captain of tug....

Machinist ........


Levelman ........
Machinist ........

Engine pile driver

Oiler .............

Assistant foreman

Clerk ............
Engine runner ...
Pit foreman .....
Blacksmith.......


Copyist...........

Engine runner ...
Foreman .........
Oiler .............

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


Boilermaker......
Assistant engineer

Deck hand .......

Painter...........
Chief of division .


Foreman .........

Chief engineer tug

Pipetitter.........


Salary. Effective.


p. h.
p.m.

p. h.
p. h.


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

p. b.


p. m.
p.h.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

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


p.m.

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

p. h.
p. h.


p.h.
p.m.

p.m.

p.h.
p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.h.


80.32
75.00

.56
.56


.38
.25
160.00

.56


100.00
.56

125.00

70.00

100.00

83.33
125.00
83.33
.56


75.00

125.00
125.00
70.00

.44
.56


.56
250.00

60.00

.38
150.00


100.00

150.00

.56


Apprentice....... p. h.


Nov. 1
Nov. 6

Nov. 7
Nov. 6


Nov. 7
Nov. 3
Oct. 25

Nov. 1


Nov. 4
June 1

Nov. 7

Oct. 25

Nov. 6

Nov. 4
Nov. 6
....do...
Nov. 1


Nov. 6

Nov. 3
Nov. 7
Oct. 25

Nov. 6
....do...


....do...
Sept. 15

Oct. 25

Nov. 7
Nov. 2


Nov. 1

Oct. 25

Sept. 30


121 Nov. 6 ....


Date of
arrival.


Assignment ,i.;:


Master builder. ,
Division englni~bet
Empire.
Municipal enginael .
Superintendent mo-.-
tive power and mnt-
chinery.
Master builder.
Do.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Superintendent mo;'.
tive power and hma-
chinery.
Municipal engineer....:L
Division engineer;, La
Boca.
Division en ginmeie .,
Empire.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Superintendent 'mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Division engineer,
Empire. '
Do.
Do. "i'
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Master builder.
Superintendent rto-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Do.
Bureau labor and
quarters..
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Master builder.
Superintendent mo-'
tave power and ma-
chinery.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and mk-
chinery.
Do.


REEMPLOYMENTS ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.


Name.


Fuertado,Jos.




Malone,Danl.


Ma rt inez,
Manuel.


Position.


Machinist


Salary.


p.h. $0.44


Date.


Nov. 1


Foreman p.m. 100.00 I....do...


Machinist p. h.


.56 I....do...


Assignment.


Superintendent
motive power
and machin-
ery.


Municipal .en-
gineer.

Superintendent
Smotivepower
and machin-
ery.


Previous em-
ployment.

Machinist, 80.56
p.h.; superin-
tendent mo-
tive power
and machin-
ery.
Foreman, 875 p.
m.; sanitary
inspector.
Handyman,
80.30 p.h.; su-
perintendent
motive power
and machin-
ery.


Separation..


Oct. 25; quit.




Oct.. 7; 41fi
charged. ..

Mar. 31; qu&tt






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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 87


. Report of changes of personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineering, week
ending November 11, 1905-Continued.

TRANSFERS WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Salary.- Dates From-- To--


Frink, Frank E.... Carpenter ..... p. h. $0.56 1 Oct. 7 Master builder ... Division engineer,
La Boca.
Jacobson, Benj. L. Hotel manager. p.m. 150.00 Nov. 9 Bureaulaborand Superintendent
quarters, motive power
and machinery.
Nicolai, Edw. S.... Clerk ........... p.m. 100.00 Oct. 1 Division engineer. Do.
Empire.
Ward, FrederickF. Pipefitter....... p.h. .56 Oct. 16 Superintendent Municipal engi-
motive power neer.
and machinery.


TRANSFERS TO THIS DEPARTMENT.


Booth, R. K ....... Clerk .....- ... p.m. 8125.00 Oct. I Police depart- Master builder.
meant.
Dayton, Frank L.. .....do.......... p.m. 150.00 Oct. 31 Auditor ......... Division engineer,
Empire.
Perry, F. H.......- .....do ......... p.m. 125.00 Oct. 29 Materialandsup- Superintendent
plies. motive power
and machinery.


TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT.


Boggs, John W..... Carpenter ...... p.h. $0.56 Nov. 14 Masterbuilder.... Panama Railroad.
Halsey,Geo.F..... Clerk ........... p.m. 100.00 Nov. 10 Division engi- Material and.sup-
neer, Empire. plies.
Reidy,J.J........ Fo r e ma n p.m. 150.00 Nov. 1 Municipal engi- Government and
plumber. neer. sanitation.


PROMOTIONS.


Name. Position. Salary. To- Date. Division.


Anderson, C. E..... Clerk ..-..-- ..... p.m.S125.00 Assistant chief Nov. 1 Division engi-
clerk. $150. neer, Empire.
Bravo,P........... Assistant time- p.m. 50.00 Assistant time- ....do... Do.
keeper. keeper, $60.
Cadienhead, David .....do ............ p.m. 60.00 Timekeeper, 875 ... ....do ... Do.
Coontz,J.C ........ Foreman ......... p.m. 100.00 Foreman, 125 ..... Dec. 1 Master builder.
de Lemos,Jose .... Clerk............. p.m. 83.33 Timekeeper, $100.. Nov. 1 Division engi-
neer. Empire.
Dottin, L ......... Assistant time- p.m. 60.00 Timekeeper,575 ... ....do... Do.
keeper.
Grant, E. A ........ ....do............ p.m. 50.00 Assistant time- ....do... Do.
keeper, 860.
Haywood, Harry A Clerk ...-......... p.m. 100.00 Clerk, 125......... ....do ... Do.
Heater, H. Harri- .....do...---........ p.m. 125.00 Chief of division, ....do... Bureau labor
son. $150. and quarters.
Hill,Jack L........ Carpenter ........ p.h. .56 Foreman,$125 ..... ...do... Division engi-
neer, Empire.
Houri, Adolphe.... Assistant time- p.m. 60.00 Foreman, 583.33 ... ....do... Bureau labor
keeper. and quarters.
Kenealy,D.F....*.. Assistantcommis- p.m. 50.00 Storekeeper,875 ... Oct. 1 Do.
sary cleik.
Lebert,S.B ........ Timekeeper ...... p.m. 60.00 Timekeeper, S75... Nov. 1 Division engi-
neer, Empire.
Lindo, Conrad*.... ......do ............ p.m. 75.00 Timekeeper, $100 .. ....do ... Do.
Linnell, Herbert P. Assistant engi- p.m. 225.00 Residentengineer, ....do... Municipal engi-
neer. $300. neer.
McIntyre, Erank .. Machinist ........ p.h. .56 Engine runner, Oct. 19 Division engi-
$150. never, Empire.
Mitchell,R.G ..... Assistant time- p.m. 50.00 Assistant time- Nov. 1 Do.
keeper, keeper, 560.
Rosanne, Edward .....do ............ p.m. 60.00 Timekeeper,$75 ... ....do ... Do.
Eherberg, Frank A. Carpenter .......-------- p.h. .32 Carpenter, $0.38 ... Dec. 1 Master builder.
Stewart, Samuel... Assistant time- p.m. 50.00 Assistant time- Nov. 1 Division engi-
keeper, keeper, $60....... neer, Empire,
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Report of changes of personnel in the Department of Construcnion and Engineerw
ending November 11, 1905-Continued.

REDUCTIONS. V


Name. Position. Salary. To- Date. Divisdo


Curran,PhillipR.. Captain of tug.... p.m.8160.00 Captainof tug, $135 Nov. 1 Division:e
neer,Crbi
Jones, Thomas..... Oiler ........... p.m. 70.00 Oiler.845 ..............do... Do.
Riley, Michael..... .....do............. p.m. 70.00 .....do............. do... Do.
Shuma, Alfred..... Deck hand ....... p.m. 60.00 Deck hand,$35 .... ....do... Do.
Wainwright, Wal- Chief engineerof p.m. 150.00 Chief engineer of ....do... Do.
ter. tug. tug,$125.


RERATED AND RECLASSED.


Atterburg,T.C ....

Ayarza, R.........
Barrett, Abraham .

Broadhurst,Geo.A.
Cros, Chas. S .....
Dickerson, Chas. O.
Duffy, Michael....
Ergenzinger, Win. J

Haralson, Isaac A.
Harvey, Robt. J...
Lee, Jas. H ........
Malone, Robt. A.,jr
Sharp, Chas .......
Sparks. David R...
Thinnes, J. B......


Foreman .........

Assistant foreman
Craneman ........

Pit foreman ......
Conductor........
Foreman .........
Chainman ........
Clerk .............

Trainman ........
Conductor........
Foreman .........
Conductor........
Pit foreman ......
Conductor........
Foreman .........


p. m.8125.00

p.m. 75.00
p.m. 165.00

p.m. 100.00
p.m. 140.00
p.m. 125.00
p.m. 60.00
p.m. 125.00

p.m. 100.00
p.m. 125.00
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 125.00
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 150.00
p.m. 100.00


Assistant foreman,
8125.
Carpenter, 875.....
Steam-shovel in-
spector, $165:
Supervisor, $100...
Yard master, 5140 .
Blacksmith, $125..
Fireman, $60 ......
Acting chief divi-
sion, 8125.
Clerk, $100..........
Yard master, 8125.
Clerk, $100.........
Clerk. $125.........
Supervisor, 8100 ....
Yard master. S15J .
Trainman, $100....


Oct. 1

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

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

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


Division e' ,j.
never, Cnlebr
Do.
Do:.' iV]

Do. ,
Do.
DO, .:.i."

Do.
Do. *

Do

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do. .: :...;
Do.
Do. :
Do.


DISCHARGES.


I'-p


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Name.




Bradley. A. H .....
Clarke, E. C .......
Conlon, J. J .......

Doran, F. R .......

Gervas, R. R. Gui-
seppi.
Jordan, J. E.......

Larson, Fred. C ...
Nevins, Wayne J ..
Riddle, Wm. C....

Skinner. Geo. H...

Vallarino, B.......

Wiles, E. F........


Position.




Track foreman.
Carpenter ......
Foreman mason

Assisant time-
keeper.
Bricklayer......

Yardmaster ....

Carpenter ......
Plumber........
Foreman .......


Carpenter fore-
man.
Assistant fore-
man.
General fore-
man.


Salary.




p. m.5100.00
p.h. .56
p.m. 125.00

p.m. 50.00

p. h. .35

p.m. 125.00

p.h. .56
p.h. .56
p.m. 100.00


p.m.

p.m.

p.m.


100.00

60.00

150. 00


Date.




Nov. 4
Oct. 30
Oct. 28

Nov. 7

Nov. 4

Aug..20

Oct. 25
Oct. 7
Nov. 10


Oct. 22

Oct. 31

Nov. 4


Cause.




Unsatisfactory
Disability.....
Exceeding
leave.
Neglect of duty

Insubordina-
tion.
Reduction of
force.
Disability.....
Inattention ...
Sickness ......


Insubordina-
tion.
Reduction of
force.
Unsatisfactory


Division..




Empire.........
Master l u.der .
.....do .........

Division engi-
neer, Empire.
Master builder

Division engi-
neer, Empire.
Master builder.
.....do..........
Motive power
and machin-
ery.
Master builder.

.....do.........
-
Division engi-
neer, Empire..


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 89


iReport of changes of personnel in the Department of Construction and Engineering, week
ending November 11, 1905-Continued.
RESIGNATIONS.


Objec-
tion to
Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division. reem-
ploy-
mert.

Mannoni, Lawrence.... Blacksmith....... p.h. 80.66 Nov. 8 Superintendent mo- No.
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Wolverton, David R ... Clerk............. p.m. 125.00 Nov. 11 .....do................ No.

LEFT THE SERVICE.

Barnes, John........... Foreman ......... p.m. 883.33 Nov. 10 Municipal engineer.. No.
Breitage, James........ Boilermaker...... p.h. .44 Oct. 16 Division engineer, No.
La Boca.
Brown, William A ..... Machinist ........ p.. .56 Nov. 9 Superintendent mo- No.
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Dean, F. W............. Timekeeper ...... p.m. 75.00 ....do... Master builder ....... No.
Doyle. John A.......... Helper ..........p. ph. .25 Nov. 7 ... .do............. No.
Fenton, James A....... Machinist ........ p.h. .44 Nov. 8 Superintendent mo- No.
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Hall, H. B.............. Yardmaster ...... p.m. 125.00 Nov. 9 Division engineer, No.
Empire.
Holland, Wm. D ....... General foreman. p.m. 175.00 ....do... Superintendent mo- No.
tive powerand ma-
chinery.
Marks, Walter.......... Carpenter ........ p.h. .32 Nov. 10 Master builder ....... No.
Miller, John C.......... Blacksmith...... p.h. .56 Nov. 9 Superintendent mo- No.
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Montgomery, E. E ..... Assistant foreman p.m. 75.00 Nov. 11 Division engineer, La No.
Boca.
Parkinson, Walter ..... Carpenter ........ p.h. .32 Nov. 9 Master builder....... No.
Riley, Michael ......... Oiler ............. p.m. 45.00 Nov. 8 Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Shuma, Alfred ......... Deck hand....... p.m. 35.00 Nov. 7 .....do................ No.
Solms, G. A............. Stenographer .... p.m. 125.00 Nov. 8 Division engineer, No.
Empire.
Tyrrell, Lawrence C ... Carpenter........ p. h. .56 Nov. 1 Master builder ....... No.
Walker, Leonard..--... Messenger........ p.m. 25.00 Nov. 8 .....do............... No.
Ward, Fredrick F..... Machinist ........ p.h. .56 Nov. 5 Municipal engineer.. No.
Wilson, J. W ........... Carpenter ....... p. h. .56 Nov. 7 Master builder ....... No.

LEAVES OF ABSENCE.

Name. Position. Saary. Date. Division. Remarks.


Bowman Samuel C..

: Cherry, Isaac W......

Corbin, Fred .........

"Dale, Wm. S.........

Fornander, John A...
~Halstead, Wm. M ....

Holcombd, Wm ......

Ieaahy, Martin J. S ...

I.wtilner, Geo. W ......

little; John L........

i"Waith, J..............
Walker, Clement....

C,.........



V


Carpenter......

Molder .........

Foreman .......

Blacksmith.....

Foreman .......

Molder .........

Steam-shovel
engineer.
Clerk ...........

General fore-
man.

Assistant engi-
neer.
Carpenter ......

General fore-
man.
Foreman.


p.h. 80.56

p.h. .56

p.m. 175.00

p.h. .56

p.m. 175.00

p.h. .56

p.m. 190.00

p.m. 100.00

p.m. 185.00

p.m. 250.00

p.h. .32

p.m. 150.00

p.m. 100.00


Nov. 11

Nov. 7

Nov. 9

Nov. 9
Nov. 3

Nov. 7

Nov. 5

Nov. 11

Nov. 9

Nov. 8

Nov. 1

Nov. 11

Nov. 3


Master builder ...

Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
.....do...........

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

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

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

Division engineer,
Empire.
Master builder...

Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Divisionengineer,
Empire.
Master builder ...

Divisionengineer,
Empire.
Master builder ...


60 days without
pay.
6 weeks wihb.ut
pay.
6 week with
pay.
6 weeks without
pay.
6 weeks with
pay.
6 weeks without
pay.
6 weeks with
pay.
6 weeks without
pay.
6 weeks with
pay.
6 weeks with
pay.
6 weeks without
pay.
6 weeks without
pay.
6 weeks without
pay.


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90 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering, w
ending November 11, 1905--Continued.

LEAVES EXTENDED.

Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division. Remarks. i

Angere, G. F ......... Steam-shovel p.m.190.00 Oct. 23 Division engineer, 6 weeks-wtbiho..h
engineer. Empire. pay. .

RETURNED FROM LEAVE. .:.i

Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division,

Burtt Arthur M ........... Assistant master build- p. m.300. 00 Nov. 7 Master builder.
er.
Carmick, E. S ............. Clerk .................. p.m. 150.00 .... do... Do.
Dose, H. F............... Resident engineer..... p.m. 400.00 Oct. 14 Division engineer, Em-.;
pire.
Fox, Michael J........... Plumber .............p. .h. .56 Sept. 30 Master builder. .
Frarow, Peter............. Machinist............. p. h. .56 Oct. 24 Superintendent motive '
power and machinery.
Gardiner, A. F ............ General foreman....... p. m. 150.00 Nov. 8 Master builder.
Goebel, Harry W......... Molder ................ p. h. .56 Oct. 14 Superintendent motive.:...
powerand machinery.,'
Kirk, J. S.................. Steam shovel crane- p. m. 165.00 -Oct. 1 Division engineer,"
man. Empire.
Nicolai, Edw. S............ Clerk .................. .m. 100.00 Nov. 7 Superintendent motive.::
power and machine'
Perkins. Percy L .......... Instrumentman ....... p. m. 175.00 ....do... Master builder.
Thompson, E. P....................Clerk......... p. m. 150.00 Oct. 31 Division engineer, CO.- i
tobal. :

CORRECTIONS AND CHANGES IN PREVIOUS REPORTS.

As reported. Correction.

Arrivillage, Antonio, machinist; appointed Sept. 1: reported Oct. 28.... Arrivillaga, Antonio.


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering, week. **
ending November 18, 1905.

EMPLOYMENT IN UNITED STATES BY COMMISSION.

Date of..
Name. Position. Salary. Effective. ar ale Assignment

Atwood, F.Stanley.... Clerk............. p.m. 8100.00 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Bureau labor anu
quarters.
Backer, Paul......... Carpenter ........ p.h. .56 ....do.......do ... Master builder.
Baker, William........ ....do............ p.h. .56 ....do .......do... Do.
BenediCt, H. L ............do ............ h. 56 ....do .......do... Do.
Castle, Geo. W......... .....do ............ p. h. .56 ....do... ....do... Do.
Culbert, Martin F...... Foreman ......... p.m. 100.00 ....do .......do ... Do.
Davis, Wm .......... Carpenter........ p. h. .56 ....do.......do... Do. '
Elble, Fred. W......... .....do ............ p.h. .56 ....do... ....do... Do.
Elble, Henry .......... ..... ........ p.h. .56 ....do.......do... Do.
Gallaher, Harry...........do........... h. .56 ....do... ....do... Do,
Gerlatch. C. F............do ........... p.. .56 ....do... ....do... Do.
Goetz, Jos. A...............do........... p. .. .56 ....do... ....do... Do.
Gosling. H.L........... ..do .......... p.h. .56 ....do... ....do... Do.
Gross,.Chris.............do........... p.h. .56 ....do.......do... Do.
Herman, Alberi C.......do ........... p.h. .56 ....do... ....do... Do. ":
Hillenbrand,Cornelius .....do........... p.. .56 ....do.......do... Bureau labor and '.
quarters.
Keilitz, Robert........ Machinist ........ p.h. .56 ....do .......do... Superintendent iw,"
tive power and ma.ip
chinery.
Kershaw, James H .... Stenographer..... p.m. 125.00 ....do .......do ... Division engineer,
Empire. .
Kiefer, John.......... Carpenter ........ p. .56 ....doo...o...do... Master builder.
Leitermann, Andreas. .....do ...........p. b. .56 ....do ...do... Do.
Louis, Emil........... .....do............ p.h. .6 ....do... ....do... Do.





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'Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering, week
ending November 18, 1905--Continued.

EMPLOYMENT IN UNITED STATES BY COMMISSION-Continued.


Name.


Mertz, John..........


Olson, August F.......
SRollinger, Joseph......
Schaber, William......
Schmacht, Carl........
Steach, W. F...........
Ward, Lewis..........

White, Louis R.......
Williamson, C. A.....


Position. Salary.


Machinist........ p.h. 8.56


Carpenter ........ p. h. .56
.....do ............ p. h. .56
.....do............ p.h. .56
.....do............ p.h. .56
.....do ............ p. h. .56
Steam shovel en- p.m. 190.00
gineer.
Carpenter ........ p.h. .56
.....do ........... p.h. .56


Effective.


Nov. 6


Date of
arrival.

Nov. 13


....do... ....do ...
....do .......do...
....do ...I....do ...
....do....... do ...
....do .......do...
....do ...'....do...

....do ...-....do...
....do...l.... do...


Assignment.


Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Master builder,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Master builder.
Do.


EMPLOYMENT ON


ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.


Broadhurst, Geo. A ....

Angell, Chester R.....

Bellina, Tony W.......

Echard, Frank ........
Hatfield, Adrian.......
Hood, Frederick ......


O'Connell, Thomas....

Sims, William.........


Welch, John...........



RE


I











ir'



i .


Shipwright.. .....

Machinist ........


Conductor........

.....do ...........
Timekeeper ......
Machinist helper.


p. h.

p.h.


p.m.

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


90.32

.56


125.00

125.00
75.00
.25


June 1

Nov. 10


Nov. 8

....do...
Nov. 9
Nov. 8


SSpecial agent..... p.m. 300.00 ....do. ..........


Carpenter ........


Trainman ........


p.h.


p.m.


.56


100.00


Nov. 4


Nov. 6


Division engineer,
Cristobal.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Division engineer,
Empire.
Do.
Master builder.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
Chinery.
Bureau labor and
quarters.
Superintendent mo-
tive power and ma-
chinery.
Division engineer,
Empire.


EMPLOYMENT IN UNITED STATES BY COMMISSION.


Name. Position. Salary. Effective. Dae of Assign- Previous employ- Separation.
arrival, meant. meat.

Banton, Locomo- p.m.5150.00 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Culebra. Engineman, Aug.20; dis-
Pembrook tive en- 8160; Culebra charge-.
B. gineer. division.
Dovell, J. P. Machinist p.h. .56 ....do... ....do... Cristobal Machinist,50.45; Mayl6; quit.
motive power
and machin-
ery division.
Talbot, Bid- .....do.... p.h. .56 ....do .......do.......do ........do .......... Apr.30; quit.
ney.


REEMPLOYMENTS ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.
U ssin


Name.


Marion, Dennis...


STyrrell, Lawrence
-I


Position.


Engine
runner.

Carpenter.


Salary.


p.m. $125.00


p.h. .56


Date.


Nov. 6


Nov. 7


Asssign-
ment.

Culebra ..


Master
builder.


Previous employ-
ment.

General foreman,
$100; Culebra
division.
Carpenter, 80.56;
master builder
division.


Separation.


Jan.24; quit.


Nov. 1; quit.






92 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. '


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and En r I
ending November 18, 1905-Continued.

TRANSFERS WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT. "
.. *..:., ,w.


Name.


Ayarza, Rojilio....

Batles, F. R.......

Buchan, George ...

Cadet, Augusto....

Gardiner, A. F.....

Karnopp, E. B.....

Kenly, Geo. T.....

Kenly, Geo. T.....

Prater, B. H .......


Position.


Carpenter ......

Assistant engi-
neer.
Steam shovel
craneman.

Rodman........

General fore-
man.
Levelman ......

Assistant engi-
neer.
.....do .........

Transitman ...


Salary.


p.m. $75.00

p.m. 250.00

p.m. 165.00


p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.


75.00

150.00

125.00

250.00

250.00

150.00


Date. From-


Nov. 1

....do...

Nov. 13

Nov. 1

Nov. 15

Nov. 1

....do...

Nov. 17

Nov. 1


Division engi-
neer, Culebra.
.....do..........

Superintendent
motive power
and machinery.
Division engi-
neer, Culebra.
Master builder....

Division engi-
neer, Culebra.
.....do............

Chagres division..

Division engi-
neer, Culebra.


I -J
To- -


Chagres divB!alo

Do.

DivCsiolnlevaij
Culebra." *. .. ,11

Chagresdiao

Division enai 0
Culebra.. :
Chagres divi f.

Do... .i

Municipal: i':
neer.. .i ,.;4
Chagpsdi
.il.


TRANSFER TO THIS DEPARTMENT. ,


Thomas, K ........ Assistant fore- p.m. $75.00 Oct. 20 Materialandsup- Divisioneng ;,
man. plies. Culebra.


TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT.


Cox, J. A .......... Assistant time- p.m. 860.00 Nov. 20 Division engi- Material and sip-l
keeper. neer, Culebra. plies..
Smith, Drew E..... Pipefitter....... p.h. .56 Oct. 23 Motivepowerand Panama Ralb
machinery. Company. ...


PROMOTIONS.


Name. Position. Salary. To- Date. Division.


Burdette, Fred L.. Yardmaster.. p.m.S100.00 Yardmaster, $125 .... Nov. 1 Superinten'de:t.i
motive pow*2.
and machm iary
Close, JoB. A....... Rodman...... p.m. 83.33 Levelman, $100..........do... Division meteor-'
ology and flie
hydraulics.iP':" .:;
Doane, Ora........ Painter....... p.h. .32 Painter, 80.38........ Dec. 1 Master builder.
Dwyer, John E .... Carpenter .... p. h. .56 Foreman, 8125....... ....do... Do.
Jenkins, Ben ...... Clerk ........ p.m. 100.00 Clerk, 8125........... ...don... Do.


DISCHARGES.




Name. Position. Salary. Date. Cause. Division.




Flynn, Patrick .. Assistant fore- p.m. 875.00 Nov. 15 Drunkenness.. Master builder.
man.
Hays. Lees W.... Helper ......... p. h. .25 Nov. 14 Never reported .....do............
Kaiser, John B.. Plumber....... p.b. .56 Nov. 13 Exceeding .....do............
leave.
Lewis, Harry D.. Carpenter ...... p. .56 Nov. 15 Drunkenness.. .....do...........
Murphy, Wm.J.......do .......... p.h. .56 Nov. 11 .....do......... .....do..........


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Wpord of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering, week
,. ending November 18, 1905-Continued.

LEFT THE SERVICE.


S Name.




Beinedetti, A...........
Berger, J ..............

iaff, Victor M ........

B'errera, Lino C .......
3ehenck, Erich........

ealev, Martin .........
nutahison, Chas. H....
Kais, John ...........

qevinFred A.........
behultz, George........


Position.




Assistant foreman
Locomotive en-
gineman.
Machinist ........

Clerk .............
Machinist ........

.....do............
Trainman ........
Machinist ........

Carpenter ........
Plumber..........


Salary. Date.




p.m. 575.00 Nov. 11
p.m. 150.00 June 16

p.h. .44 Sept. 29

p.m. 83.33 Nov. 15
p. h. .56 Nov. 13

p.b. .44 Nov. 15
p.m. 83.33 Nov. 14
p.h. .38 Nov. 15

p.h. .56 Nov. 16
p.h. .56 Nov. 18


Ob-
jec-
tion
Division. to re-
em-
ploy-
ment.

Division engineer, Culebra No.
.....do ..................... No.

Superintendent motive No.
power and machinery.
Municipal engineer ....... No.
Superintendent motive No.
power and machinery.
.....do ..... ...............i No.
Division engineer, Culebra No.
Superintendent motive No.
power and machinery.
Master builder ............ No.
.....do ................... No.


LEAVES OF ABSENCE.


S Name.


Caldwell, Geo. A....

Ireenway, Wm. C...


Stevenson, Lon C....

'Wiedmann,- G. C. A..

Galyon, C. L.........
Muhs, C. C ..........

'Palmer, G. W. A.....
iRice, C. A ...........

!Yon Baumgarten, C.


Position.


Instrumentman..

Machinist ........

Chief of division..

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

Foreman .........
Levelman ........

Rodman..........
Carpenter ........

Foreman.........


Salary.


p.m. 0175.00

p.h. .56


* p.m.

p.m.

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

p.m.


150.00

100.00

83.33
100.00

83.33
.56

125.00


Date. Division. Remarks.


Nov. 16 Master builder .. 6 weeks with
pay.
Nov. 13 Superintendent 6 weeks without
motive power pay.
and machinery.
Nov. 16 Master builder ..; 8 weeks without
pay.
Oct. 1 Municipal engi- 6 weeks with
neer. pay.
Nov. 17 Master builder .. .....do ..........
....do... Division engi- .....do.........
neer. Culebra.
....do........do ........ .....do ..........
....do... Master builder .. 6 weeks without
pay.
.... do ... ..... do ........... 40dayswithpay.


LEAVES EXTENDED.

lake, Edwin E..... Clerk----------...... p.m.8100.00 Nov. 15 Master builder.. 4 weeks without
pay.

RETURNED FROM LEAVE.

Name. Position. Salary. Date. Division.


RBuchan, George ....... Steam shovel crane- p.m. 8165.00 Nov. 13 Superintendent motive
man. power and machinery.
Chapman, C. E........ Foreman............. p.m. 125.00 ....do... Master builder.
Diuey, Wm. J ...............do...-............ p.m. 125.00 ....do.. Do.
Lipsett, L. M.......... Superintendent ..... p.m. 175.00 .... do... Do.
Long, Henry .......... Foreman ............. p.m. 125.00 ....do... Do.
Pascoe, Frank......... Carpenter foreman... p.m. 125.00 ....do ... Do.
rhorne, Chas. L....... Supervisor.......... p.m. 175.00 Nov. 7 Division engineer, Culebra.
Thornton, Edward .... Foreman ............. p.m. 100.00 Nov. 14 Master builder.
'Wiedmann,G. C. A.... Clerk ............... p.m. 100.00 Nov. 11 Municipal engineer.


CORRECTIONS AND CHANGES IN PREVIOUS REPORTS.


S*, As reported. Correction.


h, Sam. C., carenteir leave of absence Nov. 11; reported Nov.11...... Samuel E. Bowman.
br, Frank J., clerk, discharged Oct. 19; reported Oct. 28................ Resigned.




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94 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. .


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineer t i
week ending Norember 25, 1905.

EMPLOYMENT IN UNITED STATES BY COMMISSION.


Name.


Alien, Henry C........
Anderson, Geo. W.....
Black, W. K..........
Broderick, Daniel J ...
Carlson, Clarence O ...

Conrad, Moise........
Craig. Jos.............
Daley, Win. M ........
Davis, Jno. T........
Dessecker. Peter ......
Duvall, E. J ..........
Elixson, Jno. M .......
Elmgreen, Gustave R..
Flynt, C .............
Frederick, J.S.........
Green, M. C...........
Hasselman, H. H......
Heath, C. P............
Herrington, J. T.......

Higgins, Chas. L.......
Higgins, H. K.........
Jarrell, Lee J..........
Little, Jos .............


Livengood, Frank M..
McAlpine, Peter ......
McMahon, J. C........
Murden, T. W.........
Murtagh, Wm. E......
Newlon, Richard......
Rodenhoure, Will L...
Seheets, L.G ..........

Smith, Fred H.........
Smith, Jno. H.........
Turner, Geo. H........
Van Mieghen, Henry..
Wardrop, David P.....


Position.


Carpenter ........
.....do............
Steam engineer ..
Carpenter ........
Stenographer and
typewriter.
Track foreman...
Molder ...........
Boilermaker ......
Carpenter ........
.....do ............
Special track work
Painter..........
Carpenter ........
Painter...........
Carpenter ........
.....do............
.....do..........
Painter ..........
Carpenter ........

.....do ...........
Draftsman........
Carpenter ........
Superintendent
special shovel
work.
Clerk ............
Carpenter ........
.....do............
Pipefitter..........
Carpenter ........
Molder ..........
Carpenter ........
Stenographerand
typewriter.
Painter ..........
Plumber .........
Corral foreman...
Boiler maker.....
Carpenter ........


Salary.


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

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

p. h.
p. h.
p. bh.
p.h.
p. h.
p. h.
p. h.

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


p. n.
p. b.
p. h.
p.h.
p.h.
p. bh.
p.h.
p.h.
p. m.

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


80.56
.56
125.00
.56
125.00

126.00
.56
.56
.56

175.00
.56
.56
.56
.56
.566
.56
.56
.56

.56
150.000
.56
250.00


100.00
.56
.56
.56
.56
.56
.56

125.00
.56
.56
7560
.56
.56


ectiv Date of
ifective.i arrival.


Nov. 14
.... do...
....do...
.... do...
....do...

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


Nov. 21
....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-...

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


Assignment.


Master builder...
Do.
Cristobal division,
Master builder.
Chief engineer.

Culebra division.
Mechanical division,
Do.
Master builder. .
Do.
Culebra division.
Master builder, .
Do.
Do.
Do.4A
Do. .
Do.
Do. :
Bureau labor a;ad
quarters.
Master builder.
Cristobal division.
Master builder. .
Culebra division. :A
-. ]
Mechanical division. ;
Master builder.
Do.
Mechanical division. ':
Master builder.
Mechanical division.
Master builder.
Mechanical division.

Master builder.
Do. .
Material and supplies.,
Mechanical division.
Master builder.


EMPLOYMENT ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.


Ahern, Wm. J ......... Foreman ......... p.m. $1"25.00 Nov. 9 .......... Master builder. :-
Abednego, Wm ........ Machinist ........ p.h. .32 Nov. 17 .......... Do.
Brown, D. B........... Foreman ......... p.m. 100.00 Nov. 9 .......... Culebra division.
Barclay, Wm. 8........ Machinist ........ p. bh. .56 Nov. 17 .......... Mechanical division.
Conoley, Frank H..... Clerk ............. p.m. 100.00 Nov. 22 .......... Culebra division.
Conrad, August ....... Deck hand ....... p. h. .35 Nov. 13 ......... ----------Cristobal division.
Farber, Frank......... Clerk............. p.m. 83.33 Nov. 9 .......... Culebradivision.
Gallme Augustl........ Assistant foreman p.m. 75.00 Nov. 1 .......... Municipal engineer
Harvey. Henry H ..... Trainman ........ p.m. 100.00 Nov. 8 ......... ----------Culebra division. :
Kerrigan, Jno. J....... Helper ........... p.b. .25 Nov. 21 .......... Mechanical division.
Levy, Edwin W ....... Clerk............. p.m. 83.33 Nov. 6 .......... Bureau labor and
quarters.
Lawson, Walter P..... Drill helper....... p.m. 50.00 Nov. 11 ..--.....-------- Culebradivision.
Mann, Alfred C ....... Trainman ........ p.m. 100.00 Nov. 13 .......... Do.
Mnustaka. Hector..... Machinist........ p.h. .56 Nov. 21.......... Mechanical division,
Perett, Nicholas....... Carpenter ........ p.h. .56 Nov. 18 .......... Master builder. :
Richmond, Win. M ... Clerk............. p.m. 100.00 Nov. 7 .......... Bureau labor and
quarters.
Sandberg, Oscar A..... Chief stationary p.m. 125.00 Nov. 11 .......... Mechanicaldivisiotc
engineer.
Shields. Samuel H..... Drill runner...... p.m. 83.33 Nov. 22 .......... Culebra division. *..
Schoellkopf, L. C...... .....do ............ p.m. 83.33 Nov. 11 .......... Do.
Tremper, Harry....... Boilermaker ..... p.h. .32 Nov. 1 .......... Mechanical division.
Ulram, Richard....... Carpenter ........ p.h. .56 Nov. 14 .......... Master builder. .;
Villanova, Luis ........ Painter........... p.h. .38 Nov. 11 ...,...... Do.
Windsor, Curtis H..... Foreman ......... p.m. 100.00 Nov. 10 .......... Culebra division. *


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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for
week ending November 25, 1905-Continued.

REEMPLOYMENTS ON ISTHMUS BY CHIEF ENGINEER.


Name.


Alexieff, Teo-
dor.

Arnold, Frank
A.

Armitage, Fred

Banton, Perm-
brook B.


Baumeister,
Herman.
Dobryn, John.


Gervas, Gui-
seppi.

Kopcof, John..


Murtha,Wm. J.


Redding, Wm .


Vattier, Chas.
E.


Position.


Helper ...


Machinist
helper.

Machinist

Locomo-
motive
engi-
neer.
Carpenter

Carpenter


Plasterer .


Salary.


p.h. 80.25


p.h. .44

p.m. 125.00


p.h.

p. h.


p.h.


Helper ... p. h.


Drill run-
ner.

Machinist


Supervi-
sor of
trans-
porta-
tion.


p. m. 100.00


p. h.


p. m. 175.00


Date.


Nov. 16


Nov. 2


Nov.

Nov.


Assign-
ment.

Mechani-
cal di-
vision.
.....do....


16 .....do....

20 .....do....


Nov. 6 Master
builder.
Nov. 16 Mechan-
ical di-
vision.
....do... Master
builder.

....do...I Mechan-
ical di-
vision.
Nov. 9 Culebra
division.

Nov. 16 Mechan-
ical di-
vision.
Nov. 7 Culebra
division.


Previou- employ-
ment.

Helper, S0.25; Me-
chanical division.

Steam and air drill
helper. 660; Cule-
bra division.
Machinist. F0.56: Me-
chanical division.
Locomotive engi-
neer,8100; Culebra
division.

Helper. 60: Culebra
division.
Carpenter, S0.32: me-
chanical division.

Bricklayer. 80.35;
master builder's
division.
Helper. 80.25; me-
chanical division.

Steam and air drill
workman. 875.
Culebra division.
Machinist: 50.56;
mechanical divi-
sion.
Supervisor. 6175;
Culebra division.


Separation.


Aug. 29; quit.


July 5: dis-
charged.

May 2: quit.

Nov. 7; qun.



Aug. 13; quit.

Aug. 1; quit.


Nov. 14; dis-
charged.

Aug. 1: quit.


Apr. 10; dis-
charged.

Nov. 7: re-
signed.

Aug. 20: dis-
charged.


TRANSFERS WITHIN THIS DEPARTMENT.


Name.


Awoyama, Akira.....
Boltz, Thos. F........

Brown, Arthur R.....
Burnham, Raymond .
Carpenter, Chas. L ...

Clark, Howard R...

Dovell, J. P ..........

Drake, Harry P ......
French, Chas. R......
Geraty. Ralph D .....
Gutierrez, Michael G.
Hayes, John..........

Hortenstine, Jas. W..
Hovey, Ray P........
Johnson, Natt. M ....
McParlane, Chas. E..
McMorrow, Walter-..
SObenshain, Schuyler
A.
SStephens, Frank W...
Talbot, Sidney ......

Wells, Geo. M ........

SWilliams, Phenias A .
Wood, Stanley W. ..
Williams, Richard 3..
Felostrat, John......
Il. lier, ........


I q


Position.


Levelman ....
,I nstrument-
man.
Rodman......
Levelman ....
Assistant en-
gineer.
Instrument-
man.
Machinist ....

Levelman ....
.....do........
Transitman ..
Levelman ....
Assistant en-
gineer.
Levelman ....
Rodman ......
Levelman ....
Clerk..........
Transitman ..
Levelman ....

Rodman......
Machinist ....

Assistant en-
gineer.
Clerk .........
Rodman ......
.....do .......
Levelman ....
Rodman ......


Salary. Date. From- To-


p.m.8100. 00
p.m. 175.00
p.m. 83.33

p.m. 125.00
p.m. 250.00

p.m. 175.00

p.h. .66

p.m. 125.00
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 150.00
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 225.00

p.m. 125.00
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 125.00
p.m. 83.33
p.m. 150.00
p.m. 125.00

p.m. 83.33
p.h. .56

p.m. 200.00

p.m. 83.33
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 83.33
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 83.33


Nov. 1
....do ...
....do...

....do...
Nov. 17

Nov. 1

Nov. 21

Nov. 1
....do ...
....do ...
....do...
....do...

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

.... do...
Nov. 21

Nov. 1


Culebra division .
.....do ............
.....do............

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

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

Cristobal division

Culebra division .
.....do............
.....do ...........


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

.....do.............
Cristobal division

Culebra division .

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


Chagres division.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Do.

Do.

Mechanical divi-
sion.
Chagres division.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Mechanical divi-
sion.
Chagres division.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.





196 MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engi
week ending November 25, 1905-Continued. '

TRANSFERS WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. From- To


Peterson, G. C........ Rodman...... p.m. 883.33 Nov. 1 Culebra division.. Chagreg di.i
Roland. Jno. W....... .....do ........ .....do ...... ....do.. .....do ............ Do. ..
Sinz, Edw. F ......... .....do ........ p.m. 75.00 ....do ... .....do .............Do.
Tatum, Sledge....... Instrument- p.m. 175.00 ....do ... .....do ............ Do.
man.
True, Harry.......... Rodman...... p.m. 83.33 ....do........do............ Do.
Whitney, Lowe....... Transitman .. p.m. 150.00 ....do ........do ............ Do.


TRANSFERS TO THIS DEPARTMENT. .


Fegles, Donald B..... Levelman .... p.m. 100.00 Nov. 23 Panama Railroad. Master build
Willson, Fred D..... Clerk......... p.m. 125.00 Nov. 20 Material and sup- Divisionmete
plies. ogy and .j
hydraulics,


TRANSFERS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT.


Belfon, Byron........ Assistanttime- p.m. &50.00 Nov. 1 Culebra division.. Material and
keeper. plies..
Haller, G. N.......... Levelman .... p.m. 125.00 Oct. 10 Master builder ... Doe. ,
Norton, Francis J..... Draftsman.... p.m. 150.00 Nov. 1 .....do............ Do. .


PROMOTIONS. ...


Name. Position.


Alba, Fabricio..... Copyist .......

Banta, Earl J...... Master me-
chanic.
Barrill, Guion V... Instrument-
man.
Beattie, Chas. W.. Transitman ..
Bailey, Jno. H..... Supervisor
(genera
foreman).
Barton, Lester E .. Bookkeeper ..
Brandon, Eustace. Foreman ....
Bosse, H.Theodore. Clerk........
Canstein, Henry........do ........
Conner, Jas. H .... Foreman.....
Clarke, E. W ...... Resident engi-
neer.
Caballero, Celso A. Levelman....
Cotton, Arthur E.. Copyist.......
Dominguez, Rafael Levelman ....

Deluca, Antonio... Foreman.....
Dewis, Clifford 8 .. Levelman ....
Dorn, Win. F...... Steam-shovel
fireman.
Fink, Fletcher W.. Clerk .........
Finley, Thomas... Machinist ....
Frarow, Peter ..... .....do........
Garmendia, Jorge. Copyist.......

Guardia, Americo .....do.......
de la.
Gallagher, Wm. P. Foreman .....
Henriquez, Fred- Assistanttime-
erick. keeper.
Harrington,Edw. C Master me-
chanic.
Johnson, Jas. L.... Foreman.....

Kennedy,SydneyJ Chief division
Keith, Jno. M ..... Machinist ....
Kellerman, R. J... Carpenter....


Salary.


p.m. $75.00

p.m. 200.00

p.m. 175.00

p.m. 150.00
p.m. 150.00


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. h.
p.h.
p.m.

p.m.

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

p.m.

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


100.00
125.00
100.00
100.00
83.33
300.00

100.00
75.00
100.00

100.00
125.00'
75.00

125.00
.38
.56
75.00

75.00

100.00
50. 00

225.00

125.00

175.00
.56
.66


To-


Clerk, 883.33.........

Master mech an ic,
8225.
Assistant engineer,
8225.
Instrumentman,$175
Supervisor, 8175.....


Date.


Dec. 1

Nov. 1

Dec. 1

-,..do..
...do..


Chief clerk, 8150..... ....do...
Foreman, 8150....... ....do...
Clerk, $125 .......... ....do...
.....do ...................do...
Foreman, 5100....... ....do...
Division engineer, ....do...
8500.
Levelman, $125...... Nov. 1
Clerk, 583.33.. .... Dec. 1
Levelman, $125...... ....do...

Foreman, 8125....... ....do...
Transitman, 8150 .... ....do ..
Fireman, 883.33...... ....do ...

Chief clerk, 8150..... .... do...
Machinist, 80.44..... ....do...
Foreman, $175....... ....do...
Clerk, 83.33......... .....do...

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

Foreman, 8125....... ....do...
Assistant foreman, ....do...
$75.
Master mechanic, Nov. 1
8275.
General foreman,8150 Dec. 1

Chief clerk, 9200..... ....do.._
Foreman, $175.... .....do...
Foreman, 8125 ...........do...


Master bnUdfS.Y'1
Municipali 'enj'H.
neer.
Do.
Master builderr;.
Municipal'. ean3i-'
neer.
D o. ......
Do.
Culebra.

Mechanical; '
Do. ".
Do.
Municipal R'ti-
neer.
Do.

Do.
Master builders .:i

Mpchanlfcalt ,
Municipal 'n.
neer. 'yii
Culebra. "
Mechanical.
Master .buildei. r





Y..
.. "..... ..
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MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and Engineering for week
ending Noe mber 2.5, 1905-Continued.

PROMOTIONS-Continued.


SName.


Lorentz, Upton....

Mueller, Henry J..
Miller, Albert F...

Mitchell, Hugh....
Mealer, Chas. L ...
SMaxon,Wm. E ....

SMasters, Frank H.
McComb, Robert S.
Moyghmer, Jos. D.
Marshall, Leslie S.

Morrissey, Jas. E ..

Murray, Lawrence
B.
Marquez, Jos ......
Marquez, Luis R...

McIntyre, Geo. B..
Parkinson, Christ.
W.
Porter, Harry .....

Quest, Geo. F......
Richardson, Ernest
W.
Riley, Wm..........
Robinson, Arthur L

Small, David L....

Stevens, Fletcher..
Sinclair, Karl A ...

Shirley, Donald ...

Stevens, Walter H .
Stephens, Walter E
Buttle, John H.....
Stype, Chas. M ....
Swanson, F. Glenn.
Taylor, Jno. O....
Tower, Martin.....

Trowbridge, La-
fayette.
Torbert,William A.

Thomas, Walter J .

Watts, Geo. H .....

Werts, Raleigh F..

Wagner, Harold J.
Williams, Fred J ..
Waring, Chas. T...

Walsh, William H.






Holt, James.......
Jacobson, Benj. L..

Morrill, Frank S..



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I


Position.


Master me-
chanic.
Rodman ......
Bridge carpen-
ter.
Track foreman
Pit foreman ..
Foreman ....

Levelman ....
Foreman .....
Rodman ......
Assistant fore-
man.
General fore-
Sman.
Superintend-
ent road en-
gines.
Timekeeper ..
Assistant time-
keeper.
Rodman ......
Machinist ....

Assistant fore-
mani
Levelman ....
Foreman .....

Painter.......
Electrical en-
gineer.
Steam-shovel
craneman.
Foreman .....
Rodman.....

Steam and air
drill helper.
Carpenter ....
.....do ........
.....do.......
Clerk.........
....do ........
Foreman .....
....do .........

General fore-
man.
Timekeeper ..

Master me-
chanic.
Steam shovel
fireman.
Bridge car-
penter.
Clerk.........
Foreman .....
Rodman......

Fireman......


Salary.


p. m.5225. 00

p.m. 83.33
p.m. 83.33

p.m. 83.33
p.m. 75.00
p.m. 125.00

p.m. 125.00
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 83.33
p.m. 60.00

p.m. 175.00

p.m. 200.00


p.m. 75.00
p.m. 50.00

p.m. 75:00
p.h. .32

p. m. 60.00

p.m. 100.00
p.m. 125.00

p.h. .38
p.m. 250.00

p.m. 165.00

p.m. 125.00
p.m. 75.00

p.m. 75.00

p.h. .56
p.h. .66
p.h. .56
p.m. 125.00
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 150.00
p.m. 125.00

p.m. 150.00

p.m. 100.00

p.m. 225.00

p.m. 75.00

p.m. 75.00

p.m. 100.00
p.m. 1.00.
p.m. 83.33

p.m. 75.00


To-


Master mechanic,
8275.
Levelman, $100......
Foreman, $100.......

.....do..............
Pit foreman, 883.33..
General foreman,8150

Transitman, 8150....
Foreman, $125.......
Levelman, 8100......
Rodman, 675 ........

General foreman,8200

Superintendentroad
engines, 5225.

Timekeeper, 8100....
.....do.............

Rodman, 888.33.....
Machinist, 80.38.....

Assistant foreman,
675.
Levelman, 8125......
Foreman, 8150.......

Painter, 80.44.......
Master mechanic,
8275.
Steam-shovel engi-
neer, 8190.
General foreman,$150
Levelman, 8100.....

Drill runner, 883.33..

Foreman, 8125.......
Clerk, 8125..........
Foreman, 8125......
Chief clerk, 8150.....
Clerk, $125..........
Foreman, $175.......
General foreman,
$150.
Supervisor, 8175 .....

General timekeeper,
8125.
Master mechanic,
8275.
Fireman, 883.33......

Foreman, 8100.......

Clerk, 8125...........
Foreman, 5125.......
Levelman, 8100......

Fireman, 883.33......


Date.


Nov. 1

Dec. 1
.... do...

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

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

Nov. 1

....do...


Dec. 1
.... do...

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

.... do...

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

....do...
Nov. 1

Dec. 1

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

.... do...

...'do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...

....do...

....do...

Nov. 1

Dec. 1

....do...


Division.


Mechanical.

La Boca.
Master builder.

Culebra.
Do.
Municipal engi-
neer.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Mechanical.

Do.


Master builder.
Do.

La Boca.
Mechanical.

Municipal engi-
neer.
Do.
Mechanical.

Do.
Do.

Culebra.

Do.
Municipal engi
neer.
Culebra.

Master builder.
Do.
Do.
Culebra.
Mechanical.
Do.
Culebra.

Municipal engi-
neer.
Do.

Mechanical engi-
neer.
Culebra.

Master builder.

Mechanical.
Culebra.
Municipal engi-
neer.
Culebra.


REDUCTIONS.


Machinist .... p.h. 80.38 Oiler of tug, 845 ..... Nov. 20
Hotel man- p.m. 150.00 Clerk, $125........... Nov. 9
ager.
Transitman .. p.m. 150.00 .....do............... Nov. 14


Cristoba .
Mechanical.

Meteorology and
river hydraulics.


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U MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.


Report of changes in personnel of the Department of Construction and.,
week ending November 25, 1905-Continued.

CHANGED TO SILVER BASIS.


Name. Position. Salary. Date. s..Di


Augustine, Miguel................... Drill runner......... p.m. $160.00 I Nov. 16 Cnlebfta
Campos, Joaquin .................... .....do................ p.m. 160.00 Dec. 1 I
English, John........................ Dump foreman....... p.m 200.00 Nov. 1 DIo,
Granda, Juan.................... Drill runner.......... p.m. 160.00 Nov. 16 .. ..
Mohammed, Ali-ben............... Powderman.......... p.m. 130.00 ...do.... Do
Spence, Alexander................... Assistantforeman.... p.m. 150.00 Nov. 1 DO,
Tortolina, Estaben................... Drill runner.......... p.m. 160.00 Dec. 1 D


DISCHARGES.




Name. Position. Salary. Date. Cause. Divion...




Brennan, Larry....... General fore- p.m.Si50.00 Nov. 4 Unsatisfactory.. Culebra .
man.
Eckdahl, August...... Engineer.... p.m. 150.00 Nov. 11 .....do .............do....
Emery, Albert........ Timekeeper.. p.m. 75.00 Oct. 25 Absent without Masterbufld-
leave. er.
Flynt, C .............I Painter...... p. h. .56 Nov. 22 Incompetent... Master buid-
er.
Garcia, Felix..........' Conductor.... p. m: 125.00 July 22 .................. Culebea ;..
Glaodies, Roe......... Steamandair p.m. 83.33 Nov. 5 ..................do.....
drill work-
man.
Gnozi, Mike........... Foreman ..... p.m. 83.33 Nov. 15 Unsatisfactory.. ....do-....
Johnson, Henry....... Carpenter .... p. h. .44 Sept. 18 Incompetent... Master build
1 e "r, -.
Miller, J.B............ Foreman..... p.m. 125.00 Nov. 1 ............... ebra
Sharpe, Geo. G........ General fore- p. m. 150.00 Nov. 20 Neglectof duty. Master bu-ild-
man. er.


RESIGNATIONS.


Name.


Boynton, Lewis T.........
Campion, Richard G......
Chisholm, Ernest..........
Drew, Frank L..........
Flaig, Jno. F., Jr..........


Position.


Chief division ....
Foreman.........
Track foreman...
Draftsman........
Levelman ........


Salary.


p. m.150. 00
p.m. 83.33
p.m. 100.00
p.m. 150.00
p.m. 100.00


Date.


Nov. 9
Nov. 13
Oct. 16
Nov. 21
Nov. 15


LEFT THE SERVICE.


Banton, Pembrook B......
Bullock, R. O.............
Baumeister, Herman......
Conner, Geo. W.............
Fuller, Morton P..........
Hall, A. K................
Harren, A .................
Hosmer, Harry E..........
Lamar, Wm ...............
McKay. Jas. H............
Osterman, Jos............
Garvek. Nels N...........
Savage, D, B..............
Scheible,Chas.............
Schuyler,Jno. E...........
Williams. Wm. E..........


Engineer......... p.m. $150.00
Carpenter ........ p.h. .56
....do ............ p. h. .44
....do............. p. h. .56
Engineer.......... p. m. 126.00
Mason........... p.h. .38
Foreman ......... p. m. 83.33
Carpenter........ p.h. .56
Foreman ......... p. m. 100.00
Carpen ter ........ p. bh. .56
....do............. p.h. .56
Foreman ......... p. m. 100.00
Carpenter ........ p.h. .44
....do ............ p. h. .56
....do............. p.h. .56
Foreman ......... p. m. 100.00


Nov. 7
Nov. 20
Nov. 21
Nov. 20
Nov. 19
Nov. 22
Nov. 20
....do...
Nov. 7
Nov. 20
Nov. 21
.... do...
....do...
....do...
Nov. 20
Nov. 18


Labor and quarters.,..
Master builder... .;-
Municipal engineer..
Mechanical ......,-.-
Culebra ............. .





Culebra.............
Master builder .-..,.
.....do ............
.....do..............
Culebra..............
Master builder...... '. -
Culebra.............
Master builder....i..
Culebra.......... ...<
Master builder;-.;..:;
.... d....do...........
....do'............
.....do.......... .
.....do..............
.....do ...........
-:. -. .do ..-.... .-;- .


-


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