Fortunately, there is no such log.
However, I can now reveal for the first time the subsequent history of this remarkable lady.
In the urgent preparation for war the whole incident was forgotten. Perhaps she looked less feminine painted grey.
She distinguished herself in the Mesopotamia campaign, so there was less opposition to her after that.
Also she made such fetching dresses out of the sails that were removed towards the end of 1914 that the heart of even the most ardent advocate of male dominance in the navy was softened.
The whole story has a happy ending. She was promoted following the Mesopotamia campaign but to avoid confusion with General Gathcart P Wasson from the army she changed her name to Imogen Singer and was promoted to Vice Admiral, serving on HMS Constance. (http://forum.oldweather.org/index.php?topic=1229.msg14113#msg14113