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BUREAU OF STEAM ENGINEERINGcontd.
Charles W. Dyson... - Captain....
$5,000 In charge of the Division of Design. Du
ties of division consist of the consideration of all items in connection with the design of steam machinery and steam apparatus under cognizance of the bureau; the preparation of machinery plans; plans governing the location of machinery in vessels under construction ; designs of the various auxiliaries; the determination of size and strength of the various machinery parts; computations as to essential elements; estimates of weights and the location of centers of gravity ; the preparation of detail specifications covering all machinery requirements. Passing upon the engineering features of bids for new constructions and upon all changes and alterations made in the machinery instal-? lation of vessels under repair and the preparation of the necessary plans and specifications therefor. Preparation of the design, estimate of cost, weight, etc., for all items under the bureau for minor craft, such as tugs, steam and gasoline launches, ferryboats, ammunition lighters, and ash, coal, and water barges; the determination of the apportionment between the bureaus of the contract price of new constructions. Supervision of the work of the Engineering Experiment Station and all matters in connection with special tests at navy yards. Preparation of instructions to officers visiting private plants to investigate new methods or new machinery of any kind. Consideration of questions concerning improvements or changes in materials to be used; and, jointly with other bureaus, the development of new standards for naval use. Prepares and analyzes all machinery data collected for use in future designs and examines reports of tests of machinery
built under contract. 4,500 Assistant in charge of the Division of
Design. (To relieve Capt. Dyson.) 4,000 In charge of the Division of Logs and
Records. Duties of division consist of cognizance of all matters concerning steam logs of naval vessels ; reviewing and indexing technical publications (except electrical), and clipping and filing extracts from such of them as are not permanently bound; filing trial-trip data, fuel-consumption curves, etc., of naval vessels; filing and , indexing special reports on engineering subjects, descriptive catalogues of engineering material, and generally any information on engineering subjects which may be of value for future reference; compiles the Confidential Bulletin of Engineering Informa
tion. 4,000 In charge of the Division of New Ships.
Duties of division consist of supervision of the details of construction of machinery of new ships; passing upon all detail plans of machinery for new ships, and supervising the payment of moneys involved in the contract for the construction of the parts of new ships under the cognizance of this bureau. This division also has cognizance of matters pertaining to the trials, delivery, extension of contract time, preliminary acceptance, and final preparation for service of all new ships constructed, so far as the Bureau of Steam Engineering is concerned ; has
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BUREAU OF STEAM EN-
general supervision of matters concerning changes in the contract or original plans and specifications of new ships; checking forms of circulars inviting bids for new vessels; forms of proposals and requirements of contracts for new vessels; checking and criticism of contract plans and specifications; member of board on changes for ships building for the Navy at Philadelphia, Pa. ; Camden,
N. J.; and Newport News, Va. $3,900
In charge of the Division of Radiotelegraphy. Duties of division consist of all matters concerning the designs, manufacture, installation, maintenance, repair, and operation of radiotelegraph outfits on board ships and of radiotelegraph out
fits and stations ashore. 3,900
In charge of the Division of Supplies.
Duties of division consist of consideration of open-purchase and ships' requisitions drawn against the appropriations of the Bureau of Steam Engineering and the bureau's allotment of the appropriations of the Bureau of Equipment. Consideration of bids for supplying articles and materials under the bureau and recommending awards thereon. Consideration of ship surveys held on supplies under cognizance of the Bureau of Steam Engineering. Preparation and custody of allowance_books for supplies under the bureau. Examining reports of tests of engineering materials at navy yards and
the Experiment Station, Annapolis, Md. 3,900
In charge of the Division of Engineering Information. Duties of division consist of the collection of engineering information from all sources and its dissemination to the naval service generally; matters concerning the detail of engineering personnel ; the inspection of fuel oil, coal,
gasoline, etc., for the service. 3,500 In charge of the Division of Electrical En
gineering. Duties of division consist of the design of generators, motors, controlling appliances, interior communication, switchboard instruments, searchlights, storage batteries, preparation of specifi. cations for electric plants for new ships, and for electrical material ; examination of bids; preparation of data for requisitions ; preparation of plans and specifications for electric power and lghting, ship-control and fire-control systems on new ships ; repair and overhaul of old ships ; design of switchboard fixtures and wiring appliances ; computation of wire sizes ; criticism of contractors' plans; fil
ing of its plans and records. 3,900 | In charge of the Division of Repairs. Du
ties of division consist of consideration of questions affecting navy-yard work in general and the repair and installation of machinery of vessels other than those building by contract; preparation of the stock list of important engineering material to be kept in store at navy yards and keeping a record of the quantity actually on hand; keeping a record of the machinery of all steam launches and motor boats and of the machinery of this class in store for issue; making the assignment for new boats ; passing upon surveys on engineering material at navy yards ; passing on the equipment of machine tools for shops of the Machinery Division at navy yards and for ships.
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BUREAU OF STEAM EN-
$2,880 Assistant in Division of Design. General
duties in connection with design and drafting-room work for new construction and for alterations to vessels in service. Special duties in connection with submarine and internal-combustion engine
work. 2,880 Assistant in Division of Design. Assistant
in charge of design and drafting work. Has cognizance of matters pertaining to oil fuel testing, oil fuel testing plants, fitting oil-burning installations on board
naval vessels. 2,880 Assistant in Division of New Ships. Duties
embrace matters concerning contracts for new ships and all questions concerning the bureau arising thereunder, including papers relating to payments on account of work performed, penalties, extension of time, supervision of the work of inspectors of machinery at the several private shipbuilding yards, etc. Inspector of machinery for vessels building for the Navy at Sparrow Point, Md. Member of boards_on changes for ships building at Bath Iron Works, Fore. River_Shipbuilding Co., New London Ship & Engine
('o., New York Navy Yard. 2,880 Assistant in Division of Electrical En
gineering; has charge of electrical drafting room, the preparation of all plans relating to the electrical equipment of ships, and assists in preparation of specifications ; has charge of the design of all
electrical fixtures. 2,880 | Assistant in Division of Radiotelegraphy,
Handles correspondence of the division and routine matters arising therein.
Thomas J. Cowie.----- Rear admiral.---- 6,000 Paymaster General of the Navy and chief
of bureau. Joseph J. Cheatham..- Commander. 4,500 Pay inspector, assistant to bureau. Charles Morris, jr..---- Lieutenant com 3,900 Paymaster, in charge of bookkeeping secmander.
tion. Trevor W. Leutze..... do
3,900 Paymaster, in charge of accounting and
annual report, statistical reports. David M. Addison..
4,000 Paymaster, in charge of details, stock, open
purchase requisitions, and personnel cor
respondence. John D. Robnett.
3,900 Paymaster, department representative of
Cleveland commission, and officer in charge of deserters'
claims. Frederick G. Pyne.
3,900 Paymaster, in charge of contract section. Donald W. Nesbit. Lieutenant
3,120 Paymaster, in charge of equipment of ves
sels, requisitions, and surveys. John S. Higgins..
3,120 Paymaster, in charge of coal and trans
portation. William O. Fite..
3,120 Paymaster, in charge of provisions and
clothing. Brainerd M. Dobson. do.
2,880 Paymaster, assistant to contract section. Lewis W. Jennings, jr. do.
2,880 Passed assistant paymaster, in charge of
bureau memoranda and correspondence of
a general nature. BUREAU OF MEDICINE
Charles F. Stokes ---- Rear admiral..--- 6,000 Surgeon General of the Navy and chief of
bureau. Theodore W. Richards. Lieutenant com 4,000 Surgeon, assistant to bureau (sec. 1375, mander.
R. S.). Robert M. Kennedy...
4,000 Surgeon, in charge of Division of Records
and Pensions. Frank E. McCullough. Lieutenant com 3,900 Surgeon, in charge of Division of Material mander.
(construction and sanitation).
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BUREAU OF MEDICINE
Edward M. Blackwell - Lieutenant com- $3,900 Surgeon, in charge of Division of Personmander.
nel (Medical Corps, Medical Reserve Corps, Dental Corps, Hospital Corps, and
Nurse Corps). John L. Neilson... --do------- 3,900 Surgeon, in charge of Division of Publi
cations. George A. Riker.. Lieutenant.-- 2,640 Passed assistant surgeon, assistant in Divi
sion of Personnel. Oscar G. Ruge..
2,000 Assistant in Division of Finance and Ac
counts. Charles E. Alexander..
2,000 Assistant in Division of Records and Pen
sions (vital statistics). BUREAU OF YARDS AND
6,000 Civil engineer, Chief of Bureau of Yards
and Docks. 3,500 Civil engineer, in charge of Division of
Design of Public Works, which includes the preparation of plans and specifications initiated by the bureau and the examination, checking, and revision of plans and specifications submitted by navy
yards and stations. 3,000 civil engineer in charge of Division of En
gineering correspondence, which includes the study and laying out of general projects of improvements and the following up of the details of such projects when approved. Additional duties outside of bureau : Supervision of construction of public works, Naval Academy, Annapolis,
Md. 2,880 Civil engineer in charge of requisitions for
material; allotment of funds to navy yards and stations; awards of contracts for public works; and design of projected radio stations. Additional duties outside of bureau : In charge of building and towers, Arlington Radio Station.
5,000 | Director of naval intelligence.
Adolphus E. Watson..
OFFICE OF NAVAL
Clarence M. Stone.... Commander--.
4,500 In charge Naval Militia Office and all mat
ters pertaining to Naval Militia.
NOTE.-Memorandums from the Bureau of Construction and Repair and the Judge Advocate General of the Navy, which were received after this statement was prepared, are appended.
STATEMENT SHOWING THE NAME, RANK, PAY, AND POSITION OR DUTIES TO WHICH
ASSIGNED OF ALL OFFICERS ON DUTY IN BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR.
Watt, R. M., Chief Constructor United States Navy, with rank of rear admiral. Pay, $6,000 per annum. Chief of bureau; in general charge of all work under the cognizance of the Bureau of Construction and Repair.
Taylor, D. W., naval constructor, United States Navy, with rank of captain. Pay, $5,000 per annum. Senior assistant to the Chief Constructor and during the latter's absence in immediate charge of all technical work. Has immediate charge of all work at the experimental model basin at the navy yard, Washington; also other miscellaneous experimental work directed to be performed at that yard from time to time by the Chief Constructor. His duties also include the consideration of miscellaneous technical matters referred to him and investigations of special questions, as directed by the Chief Con
structor, most of such work being in connection with new designs of naval vessels. He is also a member of the boards to determine the cost of changes authorized on naval vessels building under contract at private shipyards and navy yards. This work necessitates his frequently absenting himself from his duties in Washington. In addition to the above duties, he is detailed from time to time, as the necessities of the service demand, to represent the bureau on various boards and for duty as member of examining boards. Smith, S. F., naval constructor, United States Navy, with rank of lieutenant commander. Pay, $4,000 per annum. This officer, although attached to the Bureau of Construction and Repair, has been detailed and devotes practically his entire time to special duty in the Department of Justice in connection with preparation of technical data in relation to claims arising out of changes in the plans of certain vessels built during and shortly after the Civil War. Robinson, R. H. M.. naval constructor, United States Navy, with rank of lieutenant commander. Pay, $4,000 per annum. In immediate charge of design and drafting work, plans, specifications, and calculations pertaining to the design of new vessels or to vessels under construction. In this connection he has general supervision of the drafting force and the distribution of the technical work performed in the drawing office. He is also charged with the preparation of allowance lists on new vessels; preparation of circulars defining chief characteristics of vessels, also general and type plans and specifications for same: general supervision over work relating to the electric and other auxiliaries under the cognizance of the bureau; criticism of plans and detail specifications of vessels under construction; controversial questions involving technical matters; collection and distribution of technical information ; the preparation of standard plans, specifications, and instructions for same under the Bureau of Construction and Repair; and calculation and preparation of technical data as directed by the Chief Constructor for use in the bureau's annual report or otherwise. Member of board on departmental business methods, also a member of the executive council of the postgraduate courses at the United States Naval Academy. Is a member of the board on chamges for vessels building at the Fore River Shipbuilding Co., Quincy, Mass. ; New York Shipbuilding Co., Camden, N. J.; Wm. Cramp & Sons' Ship & Engine Building Co., Philadelphia, Pa.; Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Va.; and the New York Navy Yard. Du Bose, W. G., naval constructor, United States Navy, with rank of lieutenant commander. Pay, $3,900 per annum. This officer has charge of work under the bureau's cognizance in connection with matters relating to the repair and reconstruction of vessels of the fleet and vessels undergoing extensive miscellaneous repairs at navy yards, and has immediate charge of all reports, such as surveys, routine inspections, docking reports, etc., and estimates in connection therewith ; consults with Naval Constructor Land on all requisitions for material, etc., required for carrying on the above work; consults with representatives of other bureaus in regard thereto. He is charged, in so far as this bureau is concerned, with questions in connection with the revision of the Naval Regulations; with matters concerning assignment of civil employees under the Bureau of Construction and Repair, except the bureau's drafting force; and examines reports of all boards for civil technical employees when examinations are held elsewhere. He also prepares memoranda for the action of the chief of bureau with respect to boards of survey of vessels; also miscellaneous reports involving repairs to vessels, and performs such special work and service as a member of various boards as may be directed from time to time. Spilman, J. A., naval constructor, United States Navy, with rank of lieutenant commander. Pay, $3,900 per annum. Assistant to Naval Constructor W. G. Du Bose, United States Navy, particularly with regard to surveys and to routine repairs to ships. McBride, L. B., naval constructor, United States Navy, with rank of lieutenant. Pay, $3.200 per annum. Assistant to Naval Constructor R. H. M. Robinson, United States Navy, particularly as regards office routine and general handling of correspondence; assists in general design work, and attends tests at naval proving ground. He is a member of the board on hull changes, Bath Iron Works, Bath Me., and the Maryland Steel Co., Sparrows Point, Md. Radford, G. S., naval constructor, United States Navy, with rank of lieutenant. Pay, $3,200 per annum. This officer has charge of questions concerning contracts for vessels under construction, changes in Such vessels and reports thereon, and examiners reports of boards on changes. He is also charged with