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THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



PUBLISHED WEEKLY UNDER
THE AUTHORITY AND SUPER-
VISION OF THE PANAMA CANAL



AUGUST 20, 1919, TO AUGUST 11, 1920



VOLUME XIII

WITH INDEX



c

THE PANAMA CANAL

KALBOA HEIGHTS, CANAL ZONE

1921.



THE PANAMA CANAL PRESS

MOUNT HOPE. CANAL ZONE

1921.



For additional copies of this publication address The Panama Canal, Washington, D. C-, or Balboa
Heights, Canal Zone.



INDEX.



Abattoir and cold storage plant, 93.

Absence — See Leave of.

Acajutla, repairs, 427.

Accidents, marine — See Marine accidents.

Accountable officials, 20, 48, 88, 144, 162, 209,

246, 285, 353, 383, 440, 465, 490, 502, 570,

584, 596, 661, 760.
Accounting Department, appointments, 88, 383,

661.
Act of Congress:

Appropriations —

Fiscal year 1920, 48.
Army, 1920, 23. 708.
Deficiency, 23, 231, 708.
Fortifications, 1921, 706.
Sundry Civil, 21, 692.

Entrance of aliens, 228.

Masonic Temple, Cristobal, 692.

Prohibition of intoxicating liquors, 182.
Admeasurements of vessels, 30, 449, 488, 528, 708.
Administration Building, preservation of, 653.
Administration of estates — See each issue.
Administrators' sales, 329, 353, 693.
Advance, aground off Aux Cayes, 233.
Age limit, Civil Service, 351.
Aids to navigation, 422.
Aircraft, civilian, 252.
Alaska Engineering Commission, utilizing Canal

equipment, 563.
Alfred Hoit & Company, trade route and sailing

dates, 199, 460.
Aliens:

Entrance of, 228.

Enemy, regulations, 372, 448, 513, 570.
All-America Cables — See Cables.
Allotments, for 1921, 642.
American and Australian Line, 200, 460.
American and Manchurian Line (Ellerman &

Bucknall), 199, 460.
American and Oriental Line, 199, 459.
American Red Cross — See Red Cross.
American Relief Administration, food drafts, 581.
America, greatest gross tonnage, 371.
American employees, loyalty during strike, 429.
American seamen:.

Appropriation for protection and relief, 707,
708.

See Governor's monthly reports.
American vessels — See Governor's monthly re-
ports.
Ancon, naming of streets, 510, 628, 701.
Annual reports, 88, 423, 643.
Appointments — See various issues.
Apprentice system, 259, 60S.
Appropriations:

American seamen, 707.

Army, 1920, 23, 708.

Available - July 1, 48. 642.

Deficiency, 23, 231, 708.

Fortifications, 706.

Payment to Panama, 707.



Appropriations — Continued:

Sundry Civil, for 1920, 21.

Sundry Civil, for 1921, 692.
Arms, carrying, 495, 524, 653.
Army transports, 4, 9, 160, 274, 371. 377, 490,

543, 596, 599, 605.
Army:

Appropriation, 1920, 23; 1921, 708.

Command, Panama Canal Department, 426.

Census, 536.

Correspondence, 1 1 7.

Purchases from enlisted men, 448.

Supplies from Canal, 629.
Aspinwall Hotel, Taboga, 23, 606, 641, 667, 732.

781, 782.
Atlantic Fleet, visit, 371, 388, 647.
Australian Line (A. & A.), 200, 460.
Automobiles, 142, 207, 439, 440, 465, 780.



Baggage, 5, 514, 654.

Bakery, 41, 404, 550, 651.

Balboa, fire on steamship, 252.

Balboa shops and dry docks, facilities and work
done, 176, 252, 325, 399, 575, 650, 711, 755,
778 — See also Governor's monthly re-
ports.

Barber Line:

Olockson, fire, salvage, rebuilding, 443, 453,

491, 519.
Trade routes and sailing dates, 199, 459.

Bark towed from San Francisco to Atlantic
Ocean, 226.

Beef, prices, 11, 21, 193, 210, 313, 405, 442, 449.
515. 529, 662.

Bicycles, licenses, 142, 652.

Bills against steamships, 400.

Bills of health, 771.

Bills of lading, for transshipment, 532.

Blueprints. 103, 309.

Board of Local Inspectors — See Steamship In-
spection.

Boat club, 55.

Boilers, inspection, 528, 782.

Bonded warehouses, 108.

Bonds, conversion, 179, 207, 323, 424, 508. 659.

Bones, 2,433 tons in one cargo, 767.

Bonus, included in estimates for 1921. 30.

Books:

Library and clubhouses, 732.
Commissary, 129, 272, 426, 653.

Boston, new freight service, 658.

Boxing and prize fighting prohibited, 670.

Bread, 404, 651.

British Columbia, distance to Victoria and Prince
Rupert, 126.

Bubonic plague, 260, 655, 658.

Building construction — See Governor's monthly
reports.

Bumboats, regulations, 701.

Bunkers — See Coal, oil.

Business of Canal — See Governor's monthly re-
port.



INDEX



Cable censorship, Honduras, Salvador, 592.
Cables:

Australia, 10.
Change of name, 453.
China and Siberia cable, 20.
Costa Rica, 61.
Guam and Philippines, 130.
Haiti and San Domingo, 162.
Honduras, 61.
Manila-Shanghai, 20.
Tahiti, 782.

West Indies and British Guiana, 286.
Cable office, Balboa, 636.
Cajacet, tolls applied, 519.
California fruit, cargo, 72.
Callao, German vessel overhauled at Canal shops,

315.
Cape Mala, high winds, January, 1920. 429.
Captain of Port— See Port Captain.
Carawa, foundered ship, crew, 603.
Carboys, glass, sale, 162.
Cargo:

Statements analyzing cargoes are published
in each issue, and in the monthly
reports of the Governor. In addi-
tion are the following special notes —
Average, first half year, 373.
Bones, coconut oil, creosote, 767.
Distribution over 6 months, 355.
Declarations, 112.
Largest cargo, 270.
Oil, lubricating, 520.
Origin and destination, 202. 236, 302,

344. 433, 482, 560, 621, 684, 752.
Pipes, 52C.
Tolls, charged and remitted — SeeMonth-

ly reports.
Tolls, per ton carried, 519.
Transfer, between vessels, 388.
Transfer routing, 532.
Carib Trading Company, Colombia, 633.
Cartagena, formerly Orolina, passenger service,

647.
Cartagena, freight and passenger tariffs, 360, 436.
Cattle Industry. 83, 104, 184, 654.
Cement sweepings, 31, 286.

Census of the Canal Zone, 100, 265, 286, 536,'728.
Censorship, cable, 592.
Central and South American Telegraph Co., 438,

453.
Chagres River, stages of — See Governor's monthly

reports.
Chame, sale of tug. 72.

Chandlery, 52, 65, 114. 227, 270, 282, 392, 444,
496, 580, 636, 704, 778— See also Governor's
nonthly reports.
Chauffeurs, licensing of, 439, 465.
Children:

Books, 732.

Employment of school, 426.
Insufficiently nourished, 242.
Not permitted, on counters at commissaries,
396.
Chile Steamship Company, trade route and sailing
date, 457.



Chilean Line: — See South American Steamship

Company.
Chinese, dry-docking steamer Hwah Jah, 687.
Cholera, quarantine, 769, 773.
Citrus fruit, nursery stock for sale, 703.
Civil Service:

Age limit, 351.

Examinations — Sec each issue.
Instructions of candidates, 382.
Reinstatement employees discharged from

military service, 351.
Reopening of examinations held during

war, 6.
Retirement act, general provisions, 716.
Civil war veterans, 13.

Clay, use of local clay at Balboa shops, 659.
Clubhouses:

Library, 732.

Membership discontinued, 87.
No longer connected with Y. M. C. A., 364.
Coal:

Analysis of business — See Governor's month-
ly reports.
Prices, 11, 21, 136, 188, 193, 210, 313, 405,

442, 449, 515, 529, 662. 695.
Private depots, 531.
Shortage, 105, 620, 721, 755, 767.
Coaling facilities, 1.
Coaling record, 163.
Coastwise service:

Beginning of, by Pacific Mail Co., 134.
Carib Trading Co., 633.
Luckenbach service to be re-established, 563.
Luckenbach service resumed, 650, 768.
West coast, 189, 377, 392, 533, 590, 715.
Coastwise trade — See Governor's monthlyreports.
Coco Solo, Naval Reservation, 582.
Coconut oil, cargo from Tahiti, 767.
Codes, use of, in communication with Canal, 485.
Coffee, pioposals for furnishing, [246.
Cold storage plant:

Abattoir and cold storage, Mouut Hope, 93.
Pedro Miguel, 53.
Prices, 89.
Cold storage goods — See Governor's monthly

reports.
Collections, tolls, new record for, 179.
Collector, 88, 400, 440.
Colombia —

Lifting quarantine against Atlantic ports,

691.
Motor vessel Cartagena to be used on Atrato-

River, 647.
Steamship service, 633.
Colombian Maritime Steamship- Company, Lim-
ited; trade route and sailings, 197, 459.
Colon Harbor, 456.

Commercial museums, Japanese steamer, 761.
Commissary books, 129, 272, 426.
Commonwealth and Dominion Line, 200, 460.
Commonwealth Government Line, 200, 460.
Compagnie Generale Transatlantique (French

Line), 198, 201, 458, 462.
Compaiiia Sud-Americana de Vapores — See South

American Steamship Co.
Compania Transatlantica de Barcelona (Spanish
Line), 201, 462.



INDEX



Complaints, Board, 705.

Concrete shipCapeFear repaired at Cristobal, 456.
Conditions of employment, amendment of Execu-
tive order, 271.
Conductors. Panama Railroad, service conditions,

272.
Consular and diplomatic corps, accredited to

Republic of Panama, 62.
Contagious diseases:

Quarantine, 768.

Persons having, 254.
Corozal Hospital, rates of pay for silver em-
ployees, 162.
Corre. c pondense:

Cffic'al. 103.

Army and Navy Headquarters, 117.
Costs, expenses, and revenues, 121.
Costa Rica, steamship service, 592.
Codrts, Executive Order concerning costs, 367.
Cranes, rates for services of, 528.
Creosote, whole cargo, 767.
Crew lists, incoming vessels, 131.
Cristobal, steamship:

Passage, 504.

Returned to regular passenger service, 700.

Trial trip, 452.
Cristobal harbor, spar buoys discontinued, 422.
Crown ofCalicia, fire, 252.
Cruises, tourist, 55.
Cuba, traffic with west coast, 533.
Cuba, steamship, 599, 761.
Culebra, return to dredging, 83.
Customs:

Admission to docks, 127.

Fees for special service, 5, 134.

Inspecting and sealing freight for employees,
514.
Czecho-SIovak soldiers aboard Mount Vernon,

599,607.631.



Danger in filtering gasoline through chamois

skins, 230.
Defenses of the Canal, photographs and informa-
tion, 734.
DeLesscps, tug, sale, 162, 246.
Demotion ratings, 262.
Dentists, 7, 323, 327, 728.
Departmental tariff "A," 731.
Diesel oil, 508, 587, 636, 716.
Dillwyn, cargo lubricating oil, 520.
Diplomatic Corps, 62, 313.
Directory :

Diplomatic and Consular Corps, 62, 313.

The Panama Canal, 119, 195.

Telephone, 179, 567, 592.
Diseases:

Contagious, to be reported, 243.

Quarantinable, 373, 772.
Disinfection of vessels and cargoes, 423, 775.
Distances:

Ports from the Canal, 89, 100, 126.

Saved by using Canal, 590.
Docking, charges, 177.
Docks, admission, 127.

Dollar Line, Atlantic-Par East Service, 592.
Dreadnought, tug, transits Canal, 377.



Dredging— .Sty Governor's monthly reports.
Dredge Corozal, sale, 189.
Dry docks:

Balboa, 176, 325, 579.

Three ships dry-docked together, 575.

See also Governor's monthly reports.
Dry season:

Driest since American occupation, 668.

Rainfall records, 668.
Dutch Steamship Line:

See Royal Dutch West India Mail Steamship
Company.

See Royal Netherlands Steamship Co.

See Stoomvarts Mattschappe Nederland.

See Rotterdamsche Lloyd.
Duties, free entry requests, 49, 243, 249. 440.



Earthquakes, 462, 639.

Eclipse of sun, 161.

East Asiatic Company, 198, 199, 457, 458, 460.

Elections, Republic of Panama, 759.

Electric lamps, shortage, 143.

Electric trucks and spare parts, 396.

Electrical work — See also Governor's monthly

reports.
Electrolyte, sale. 31.
Ellerman & Bucknall, 199, 460.
Emerald, yacht, 587.
Employees, gold roll:

Bills, payment, 425, 718.

Conditions of employment, 262, 271.

Complaints, board, 705.

Coupon books to new, 653.

Deceased — See each issue.

Free entry and freight privileges, 49, 243,
249.

Hospital treatment, 253.

Jurors and witnesses, 231.

Leave status, 60, 209, 246, 629, 708, 709.

Military service, 489, 513.

Private work, 30, 103, 464.

Quarters, 20, 60, 328, 425, 489, 782.

Retirement Act, 716.

Switch keys, 61.

Transportation, 227, 437, 542, 596, 605.

War relief kind, 48.

Working at night, school, 180.

Working force, numbers — See Governor's
monthly reports.
Employees, silver roll:

Change of status, 262, 642. •

Governor's address, 388.

Increase in pay, 364.

Issue of commissary books. 272.

Maximum wages, 465.

Promotion, 488, 643.

Re employment of strikers, 425.

Settlement at Las Cascadas, 170, 243.
Employment, school children, 426.
Enemy aliens:

Passing through Canal Zone, 372, 448, 570.

Vessels acquisition, 285.

Travel regulations, 513.
Engineer depot, 357.
Engine lathe, sale, 263.



INDEX



Engi i. i ; :

Junior, examination for, 563, 571.
Locomotive, service conditions for, on Pana-
ma Railroad, 272.
Equipment, office, 171.
Estimates for 1921, bonus included, 30.
Excavation, amount of — See Governor's monthly

reports.
Eten, ex-German vessel overhauled at Balboa

shops, 315.
Executive Orders:

Acquisition of vessels of hostile nations, 285.
Admission foreign-built ships to American

registry, 442.
Civil Service, 13, 351.
Carrying and keeping of arms, 495.
Charges for services rendered by quarantine

division, 423.
Conditions of employment for permanent

force, 271.
Costs and security for costs in district and

magistrates' courts in Canal Zone, 367.
Fort Amador and Fort Grant reservations.

14.
Fort Randolph, France Field, and Coco Solo

reservations, 582.
Fort Clayton, 357.
Fort William D. Davis, 364.
Instruction of candidates for classified service,

382.
Liquor regulations on Canal Zone, 365.
Maximum salary for silver employees, 465.
Obtaining vessels and equipment from Navy,

437.
Punta Mala Naval radio station, 484, 501.
Quarry Heights Reservation, 324.
Registry of foreign-built vessels, 48.
Reinstatement of war veterans in classified

service, 351.
Veterans of Civil War, leave of absence, 13.
Expenses, compared with revenues, 121.



Farm implements, sale, 263.
Farm and pastures, live stock, 104.
Favorite, lighthouse tender and salvage ship, 467.
Federal Steam Navigation Company, 200, 461.
Fiji Islands, distance, 100.

Financial receipts and expenditures — See Gover-
nor's monthly reports.
Fire apparatus, right of way, 488.
Fires in ships:

Balboa, 252.

Firivood, 275.

Galicia, 252.

Marne, 331, 371, 443, 491.

Olockson, 443, 452, 491, 519.
Firearms, 495, 524, 653.
Firwood, steamship, fire, 276.
Fish, Gatun Lake, 703.
Fleet, passage, 371, 388, 647.
floating pile drivers, 440, 465.
Flour shipments — See Governor's monthly reports.
F ood drafts for the relief of central and eastern

Europe, 581.
Food, sales— See Governor's monthly reports.
Ford cars, bumpers for, sale of, 263.



Foreign vessels, acquisition, 285.

Foreman's orders, 129.

Fort Amador, 14.

Fort Clayton, 259, 357.

Fort William D. Davis, 364.

Fort Grant, 14.

Fort Randolph, 209, 582.

Fortifications:

Appropriations 1921, 706.

Photographs and information, 734.
Forwarding agency at New York, 514.
Foundry:

Description of foundry at Balboa shops, 1 76.

Using local clay for steel molding, 659.

See also Governor's monthly report.
Fourth of July, 666, 667, 670.
France Field, 582.

Free entry requests, 49, 243, 249, 440.
Freight shipments, employees' goods, 209.
Freight tariffs — See Tariffs.

French, visit of Fiench cruiser Je ami e a" Arc, 331.
French Line — See Compagnie Generate Trans-

atlantique.
Fruit cargo from California, 72.
Fruits, shipments of — See Governor's monthly

reports.
Fuel oil:

Conservation, 620, 721, 755, 767.

Contract for 1,000,000 barrels, 99.

Monthly statements — .See Governor's month-
ly reports.

Prices, 11, 21, 134, 193. 206, 210, 223, 313,
405, 442, 449, 508, 515, 529, 662, 716.

Record transactions during March, 531.

Sales to ships. 587.
Fumigation, 655, 658, 777.
Fusible plugs, 466.



Gaii.lard Cut:

Surges and currents, 164.

Slide at Cucaracha, 444, 451.
Garages, rules, 710.
Gasoline:

Average monthly sales to ships. 587 — .See
also Governor's monthly reports.

Danger in filtering, 230.
Gatun Lake:

Fish caught, 703.

Storage for dry season, 189, 628, 668, 758.

Surges and currents, 164.

Stages of — See Governor's monthly reports.
German ships:

Purchased by Panama Railroad, 399.

First through Canal, 275.

From Chile, 604.

Overhauling of ex-German ships, 67.

Status of vessels overhauled at Balboa shops,
315.
Governor's monthly reports, July, 53; August,

73; September, 147; October, 213; No-
vember, 291; December, 332; January, 407;

February, 468; March, 545; April, 607;

May, 671; June, 737.
Great Northern, transport, 543.
Health, public — See Quarantine, Governor's

monthly reports, hospitals.



INDEX



Hodge Ship Company, 372, 457, 578. 603.
Holidays:

Schedule of trains, 20, 144, 262. 666, 667, 670.

School, 192, 259.
Holland-American Line, 200, 460.
Holt & Company, 199, 460.
Hospitals:

Canal Zone garrisons, 7C8.

Highways. 510.

Quarters, 425.

Rates and regulations, 253.

Rates to shipping and allied interests, 267.

Visiting hours, 8, 289, 406, 645.
Hotels:

Aspinwall — See Aspinwall Hotel.

Rates to shipping interests. 508.



H



Joint Commission — Continued:

Awards, 9, 130, 209, 262, 274.

Certificates of disagreements, 9, 328, 442.

Decisions of the Umpire, 9, 21, 31, 56, 514,
584, 629.

Rules of dismissal, 9, 130, 193, 262, 273, 286.
311,328,354,441.
Junior engineer, examinations, 563, 571.
Jurors and witnesses, 231.
Jury list, 528.



K



Kilpatrick, transport, 4.

Koyo Maru, aground at Serrana Bank, 663, 687,
697, 726, 728. 755, 761.



Household goods, shipment, 51 i, 654.
Huasco, steamship, dry-docked, 505.
Hunting, restriction. 17, 177, 653.
Hydroelectric station — See Governor's monthly

reports.
Hwah J ah, steamship, at Balboa dry dock, 687.



Ice:



Increase in price, 384.

Plant at Mount Hope. 95.

Sales — See Governors' monthly reports.
Importation of dutiable goods, 49, 243, 249, 440.
Income tax returns. 444.
Indexes and bound volumes of The Panama

Canae Record, 245.
Influenza:

See Governor's monthly reports.

Quarantine against, 373.
Inspections:

Baggage, 5.

Boilers. 528, 782.

Household goods, 514.

Quarantine, 392, 423, 508, 642.

Watches, 60.
Intoxicating liquors — See Liquors.
Insurance in the Canal Zone 593.
Iron rods and bars, production at Balboa shops,

650.
Isthmian Steamship Lines, trade route and inter-
vals of sailing, 461.
Italian Steamship Lines — See La Veloce Naviga-

zione Italiana a Yapore (La Veloce Line):

Transatlantica Italiana; Societa Nazionale di

Navigazione.



Japanese:

Cruiser Yakitma. 355, 3, >.

Cruiser Kasaga, 768.

Steamship lines using Canal. 199, 201 459,
460, 462.
Jeanne a" Arc, visit of French cruiser, 331.
Johnson Line, 198, 19=), 457. 458.
Joint Commission:

Appointment of H. A. A. Smith as member of,
383.



Labor trains. 72. 144, 162.

Laboratory schedule, charges, 258.

La Pita, spur track, 140.

Land awards — See Joint Commission.

Largest ship through Canal, 160, 371, 467.

Las Cascadas, settlement for silver employees,

170, 243.
Latin-American traffic — See Governor's monthly

reports.
Laundry service — See Governor's monthly reports.

and 188.
La Veloce Navigazione Italiana a Vapore (La

Veloce Line). 189, 198. 201. 252, 458. 461.
Laws, police to cooperate with inspectors, 643.
Leave of absence — See Employees.
Leprosy, general quarantine precautions against.

770, 775.
Leyland and Harrison Lines, 201, 462.
Liberty Bonds:

Conversion, 179, 207, 323, 424, 508, 659.

Raffles, 732.
Library, expansion, 732.
Licenses, automobile, motorcycle, and bicycle.

142, 207, 438, 465, 652, 780.
Life insurance, repoit of business, 593.
Lighthouses:

Toro Point, color of tower to be change 1. 28

Reservation, Roncador cay, Carinbean Sea.
44.

Riprapping to protect bases of range light
towers, 71.

Toro Point lighthouse, color of light changed.
28.
Lighthouse tender Favorite transferred to the

Canal, 467.
Lights:

Canal, established, 53.

Gatun Lake section, 521.

Roncador Bank, 25, 43.

Toro Point lighthouse, color changed, 28.
Lightning damage, 139.

Lima, steamship, repaired at Balboa shops. 427.
Lines through Canal, services in regular opera-
tion, 197, 457.
Liquid fuels — See fuel oil.
Liquors:

Act of Congress prohibiting in Canal Zone,
182.



INDEX



Liquors — Continued :

Executive Order relative to sale, possession,
etc, 365.

Physician's permit to prescribe, 380.

Regulations, circular No. 173, 379.
Live stock, pastures and farms, 104.
Locks:

Fence on west side of Pedro Miguel, 171.

Record lockage, 491, 494.

Suspension of crossing at Pedro Miguel, 377.

See also Governor's monthly reports.
Locomotive engineers, service conditions, 272.
Longest ship through Canal, 160.
Lubricating oil, cargo of, 520.
Luckenbach Line, 200, 563, 650, 768.
Lumber:

Native, 315, 404, 670.

Shipments of — See Governor's monthly re-
ports.



M



Magistrates' Courts, costs and security for

costs, 367.
Mail:

Army headquarters, 117.

C. O. D. parcels, 383.

Count of, 129.

Handling, Las Cascadas, 311.

Quartermaster, Ancon-Balboa District, 259.

Reopening, 9.

Ships in port, 112.
Malaria, 509, 640 — See also Governor's monthly

reports.
Manchurian Line, 199, 460.
Marine accidents:'

Burning steamship Firwood, 275.

Burning and salvaging of steamship Marne,
331, 355. 371, 443, 491.

Burning and salvaging of steamship Olockson,
443, 452, 491, 519.

Fire, Crown ofGalicia and Balboa, 252.

Foundering of steamship Caravia, 603.

Grounding of steamship Advance, 233.

Grounding and salvaging of steamship Koyo
Maru, 663, 687, 697, 726, 761.

Loss of yacht Rosina, 306.

Scope of investigations by Board of Local
Inspectors, 165, 599, 642.
Marine Division, work performed — See Governor's

monthly reports.
Marne, steamship, 331, 355, 427, 443, 491, 687.
Manifests of cargo, 99.
Maple Leaf Line, 199, 459.
Marendaz Steamship and Tourist Agency, 638.
Materials and supplies — See Governor's monthly

reports.
Masonic Temple building, Cristobal, 692.
Meal tickets, increase in cost, 130.
Meals, reimbursement for, 48.
Meats, no restrictions against sale of, 514.
Mechanical Division shops:

Native lumber operations, 404.

Overhauling of two former German vessels,
315.

School for apprentices, 259, 605.

Use of local clay at foundry, 659.



Mechanical Division shops — Continued:

Work performed — See Governor's monthly
reports.
Medical treatment:

Canal Zone garrisons, 708.

Rates and regulations, 253.

Rates to shipping and allied interests, 267.
Merchants Line, 392.
Merchants Line (W. R. Grace & Co.), trade route

and sailing dates, 197, 457.
Metal checks, 240, 261, 311.
Meteorology and hydrography, work performed —

See Governor's monthly reports.
Mileage books, sale of, to employees and soldiers,

542.
Military and Naval reservations:

Coco Solo, 582.

Fort Amador, 14.

Fort Clayton, 357.

Fort William D. Davis, 364.

Fort Grant, 14.

Fort Randolph, 582.

France Field, 582.

Punta Mala Radio Station, 485, 501.

Quarry Heights, 324.
Military service:

Former employees to be reinstated on appli-
cation, 513.

Status of employees returning regarding
quarters, 489.
Miraflores, sale of tug, 330, 396, 405, 442, 597,

644, 654, 662.
Misdirected letters — See each issue.
Ml. Vernon, transport, longest ship, 160, 599.
Mormon colony, sugar machinery, 508.
Mosquitoes, 309, 777.
Motor ships through Canal — See Governor's

monthly reports.
Motor cars, rates for use of railroad, 183.
Motor vessel, equipped for passenger service, 647.
Motor transportation, rates for, 261. 490, 670.
Motor vehicles, 142, 207, 438, 440, 465, 780.
Movements of ocean vessels — See each issue.
Moving pictures, 191, 758.
Municipal Engineering — See Governor's monthly

reports.



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Nationality of commercial ships through Canal —

See Governor's monthly reports.
Native lumber, 315, 404.
Nautilus Steam Shipping Company (Old Gulf

Line), 198, 458.
Naval radio stations, 322. 373, 485, 501, 703.
Naval Reservation, Coco Solo, 582.
Navassa Island, general information about, 173.
Navigation regulations:

Speed of vessels in Canal, 323.

Rafts in Canal waters, 761.
Navy, United States:

Atlantic Fleet, 371, 388, 647.

Census of, on Canal Zone, 536.

Mail addressed to headquarters on Isthmus,
117.

Obtaining vessels and equipment from Navy,
437.



INDEX



Navy, United States — Continued:

Special quarantine regulations for Navy ves-
sels, 775.
New Gatun, concrete railroad station, 524.
New Orleans, direct passenger service, 658.
New Orleans and South American Steamship

Company, 198. 457, 590.
New York and South American Line (United

States Steel Products Co.), 198.



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