Executive Order 474

It is hereby ordered:


That Theodore P. Shonts, Chairman of the Commission, receive a salary of $30,000 per annum.

That John F. Stevens, Commissioner, receive no additional salary over that paid him as Chief Engineer.

That Charles E. Magoon, Commissioner, receive a salary of $17,500 per annum.

That Mordecai T. Endicott, Peter C. Hains, and Benjamin M. Harrod, Commissioners, each receive as such a salary of $7,500 per annum.

That Theodore P. Shonts, Charles E. Magoon, and John F. Stevens be allowed the use of a furnished dwelling house on the Isthmus.

That the Chairman of the Commission be allowed and paid his actual and necessary expenses while away from Washington, on official business of the Commission, and that the Governor of the Canal Zone and the Cliief Engineer of the Commission be allowed and paid their actual and necessary expenses while away from the Isthmus of Panama, on official business.

That Commissioners Endicott, Hains, and Harrod be allowed and paid their actual and necessary expenses while in attendance at the regular or specially called meetings of the Commission, held on the Isthmus, and also their actual travehng expenses to and from the meetings of the Commission, on the Isthmus or at Washington, as the case may be.

All orders in conffict herewith are revoked.

Signature of Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt.

The White House, June 30, 1906.

(11.30 p. m.; after adjournment of Congress.)


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