Cochran, Claude Stanley (Captain)
Dempwolf, Ralph Waldo (2'nd Lieut and log keeper)
J. Corvi~e, bugler, absent 6 days without leave. next two mentions are Corvine, but can't read this as 'n' - looks more like 'r'.
Reenlisted W. Westgren, seaman. Honorably discharged the following named men,- H. S. Schantz, coxswain, upon expiration of full term of second enlistment, paid him in full to date on voucher; F. Westlake, ordinary seaman, upon expiration of full term of 2nd enlistment.
10:30 Board of Investigation, 1st Lieut. of Engrs. E. W. Davis, president, met to consider the fitness for service of fireman N. Porter and coal heaver W S. Fulmore.
Edwin Williams Davishttps://books.google.com/books?id=sH4_AQAAMAAJ&q=writer#v=onepage&q=davis&f=false
Seaman J. A. Johansen and 2nd class boy D. Keane, whose terms of enlistment expire today, were retained on board until arrival of vessel at Seattle, Wash.
Sick List:- Fulmore, coal heaver, sick and off duty
Porter, fireman, not off duty W. E. Glanville asst Surg.
J. Corvine, bugler, absent 7 days without leave.
Honorably discharged J. A. Johansen, seaman, upon expiration of full term of fifth enlistment and Douglas Keane, boy 2'nd class, upon expiration of full term of first enlistment
B. R. Proper, ship's writer, left vessel in accordance with letter from Commanding Officer, Southern Division, Pacific Coast, dated April 20, 1914.
Re-enlisted H. S. Schantz as acting coxswain
Senior Captain Francis M. Dunwoody visited vessel.
Sick List: Coal Heaver Fulmore sick and off duty
J. Corvine, bugler, declared a deserter as of the 3'd instant.
outfits and supplies for Mr. Hershey, Smithsonian Institution and for Mr. Train, Motion Picture representative
--- really Mr. Hersey - see below
Ordinarily discharged J. Lindfors, Asst. Master at Arms, recommendation of Board of Investigation, Art. 572, Regulations, approved by Dept. letter of May 4, 1914 R.C.-12.
Recieved on board for transportation to Unalaska by authority Div Comdr letter May 8, 1914 Ordinary Seamen C. N. Anderson and E. J. Switzer, deserters from USRC Tahoma, issued them rations.
Reenlisted F. Westlake as ordinary seaman, service continuous from 10'th instant.
J. Corvine, bugler, absent without leave since 7AM, May 3, 1914, returned on board at 2PM - Corvine reported on board USRC Arcata, May 6'th, by direction of Comdg Officer, Northern Division, P. C. , to await arrival of vessel - quarantined him pending preferment of charges.
Enlisted Thomas Ellerman as ordinary seaman this day, first enlistment for clothing purposes.
Rated F. Schraeder from ordinary seaman to seaman this day.
Gunner Wm Woods returned from 2 days' leave granted by Comdg Officer.
Notified H. T. Short. 2d class boy, that sentence in his case was suspended and that he was placed on probation remainder of enlistment.
Sick list :-
Coal heaver Fulmore } sick and off duty
F. Seymour Hersey came on board with permission to make northern cruise on this vessel, - authority of Department letter of April 6, 1914.https://books.google.com/books?id=vyiHo0ccrfkC&pg=PP1&lpg=PP1&dq=F.+Seymour+Hersey+smithsonianhttps://archive.org/details/biostor-122317
M. Nasaki came on board for transportation to Nome, Alaska, by authority of Department telegram of this date.
E. Swift Train came on board with permission to make northern cruise, by authority of Division Commander's letter of April 29, 1914. (Dept telegram Apr 29)
E. Swift Train of Santa Cruz, has resigned his position as secretary-treasurer producing manager of the Sunset Motion Picture Co., having been appointed by the Treasury De-patrment of the United States government, manager of the Arctic Expedition undertaken by the government to obtain moving pictures of Alaska and the Arctic regions. The expedition will leave Seattle in the Revenue Cutter Hear on Sunday, May 10, and is one of the most completely and expensively equipped enterprises yet projected. Many months will be necessary in the pack ice and the return trip will not be made possibly until December.
Ordinarily discharged N. Porter, fireman, and W. S. Fulmore, coal heaver, upon recommendation of board of investigation of 9th instant and authority of Department telegram of 11th instant.
Detailed seaman J. Findlay as assistant master-at-arms, acting, by order of Commanding Officer.
Enlisted Earl Clifford Allen as 2nd class boy on probation.
James H. Fehse came on board for transportation to Nome, authority Department letter of March 13, 1914.
Lord William Percyhttps://books.google.com/books?id=uw_ZvzWHueEC&pg=PA134&lpg=PA134&dq=lord+william+percy+1914+stellerhttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1474-919X.1963.tb01595.x/pdfhttps://books.google.com/books?id=L6BWC_huJkkC&pg=RA5-PA89&lpg=RA5-PA89&dq=lord+william+percy+1914+steller
Enlisted Frank Blake as ordinary seaman, first enlistment for clothing.
Rated H. E. Walt from second class boy to coal heaver and Wm Konapka from ordinary seaman to coal heaver.
Bye, Ord. Sea. sick and off duty
1st Lieut of Engrs E. W. Davis, sick and off duty, because of strained ligament of left leg, resulting from fall from lumber pile on main deck.
1st Lieut E. W. Davis, sick and off duty
Ord Seaman Bye, do do
Seaman Johansen do do
Ord Seaman Stipan do do
It is a whole lot easier to enter events like these under Bob's system ! ! !