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THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



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



AUGUST 16, 1922, TO AUGUST 8, 1923



VOLUME XVI

WITH INDEX



THE PANAMACANAL

BALBOA HEIGHTS, CANAL ZONC

1923



THE PANAMA CANAL PRESS

MOUNT HOPE. CANAL ZONE

1923.



For additional copies of this publication address The Panama Canal, Washington, D. C., or Balboa
Heights, Canal Zone. Price $0.50 a year, foreign $1.00.



INDEX.



Accidents in Panama Canal, causes of, 519.
Aerial bombing ground, island reserved for, 238.
Agency fees of Panama Railroad, 231.
.\irplane target in Limon Bay, 579.
Algiers, cargo of wheat from Oregon to, 131.
American-Hawaiian Line extends service, 1.

Discontinues Gulf service, 639.

Second in May transits, 573.
.\merican Metal Transport Co. taken over by

Columbus S. S. Co.. 430.
.'American steamship lines using Canal in 1922, 329.
American vessels in intercoastal and other
trades 1920-1923, 637.

Calendar year 1922, 326, 32T.
.Apples, shipment of, 1, 230.
Arbor Day, President's Proclamation, 452.
Argonaut Line enters intercoastal trade, 291.



B



Balboa Naval Radio Station extended, 626.
Ballast, vessels in — .Sec Governor's monthly re-
ports.
Bananas shipped to Pacific coast, 236.
Barley shipments, October, 1922, 163.
Birth statistics — See Governor's monthly reports.
Boxing in Canal Zone authorized, 219.
Bubonic plague menace, 289.
Bunkering — See Coal.



Cable connections with Puntarenas, Costa Rica,

648.
Cable rates, 80. 560, 590.
Cable ship, transit of. 573.
Cargo, record, 69, 87, 151, 155.

Origin and destination of, fiscal year, 1922,
24,38.

July, 1922, 42.

August, 1922, 84.

September, 1922, 126.

October, 1922, 182.

November, 1922. 232.

December, 1922, 293.

January, 1923, 348, 350.

February, 1921, 1922, 1923, 393.

February, 1923, 394.

Calendar year 1922, 464.

March, 1923, 494.

April, 1923. 526.

May. 1923, 620.

June, 1923, 666.

Declarations, 204.

Tonnage passes 2,000.000 mark, 508.

Ratio of to net, fiscal year 1922, 16.

See also Governor's monthly reports.
Cargoes, large, 158, 273, 434, 529. 641.

Unusual, 1. 22. 69. 87, 110. 122. 151, 230.
236. 237, 268, 511, 680.



Chicago, shipments from to Pacific coast, 72.

Steamer to from Portland, 647.
Chilean Line augments fleet, 64.

Extends service, 280.
Clearances at Canal Zone ports — See Governor's

monthly reports.
Coal bunkering records, 1, 510.
Coal:

Prices, foreign, 22.

Local, 44, 265, 300, 431. 520, 616, 692.

Special, cancelled, 7.
Coast and Geodetic Survey vessel, transit of, 147.
Columbus Steamship Co. takes over Metal Trans-
port Co.. 430.
Commissary building, new. at Cristobal, 580.
Commissary sales to vessels — See Governor's

monthly reports.
Commodity statistics. November, 1922. 230.

Calendar year 1922. 457.

Fiscal year 1922, 15.

See also Governor's monthly reports.
Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, augments
fleet, 646.

Extends service, 619.
Compania Trasatlantica de Barcelona extends

service, 594.

O

Death statistics— 5ee Governor's monthly reports,
Denby. Edwin, Secretary of the Navy, visit of,

409.
Diesel oil — See oil.

Dimensions of vessels, fiscal year 1922, 17.
Diseases — See Governor's monthly reports.
District Judge, appointment of John D. Walling-

ford. 130.
Dollar Line augments service, 675.
Draft, record, 64.

Dredge No. 84, sale and delivery of, 123.
Dredging — See Governor's monthly reports.
Dry dock jobs — See Governor's monthly reports.



Electric power — See Governor's monthly re-
ports.

Employees, efficiency of, 433.

Number of — See Governor's monthly reports.

Employment, conditions of, 7.

Entries at Canal Zone ports — See Governor's
monthly reports.

Executive Orders, 7, 113, 219. 268, 626.



Fender chain prevents accident at Gatun. 581.

Financial receipts and disbursements. 8, 9, 106.

Fire:

At Hotel Aspinwall, 570. ^

On steamship Roman Prince, 69.
On tanker Mina Brea, 520.



MR 88174 — 10-20-23 — 1,875



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INDEX



Fires from gasoline and kerosene, 176.

Grass, 356.
Force, streijgth o{~See Governor's monthly

reports.
Forest Protection Week, President's Proclamation,

452.
Foundry work — See Governor's monthly reports.
Fruit, fresh, shipment of, 22, 123, 244.
Furness-Withy extend service, 521, 680.

Q

Garland Steamship Co. inaugurates scn^ice, 265.

Gas lines laid in New Cristobal. 82.

Gasoline storage facilities. 687.

Gatun Lake, schedule for regulation of , 571 .

Governor, Col. M. L. Walker to act as, 86, 222.

Green Star Line reorganized as Planet Line, 445.

H

Hardin-g, W. G., death of, 685, 692.

Hospital, Ancon, ward directory and visiting

hours, 443.
Hotel Aspinwall, fire at, 5,70.
Hotel rates at the Washington and Tivoli, 391.
Hydrography — See Governor's monthly reports.
Hydrography of 1923 dry season, 562.

I

• Ice, price of, 280.

Insane patients, repatriation of, 214.
Intercoastal trade — See U. S. interqoastal trade.
International Mercantile Marine inaugurates

service, 647.
Irdn ore shipments, 179, 647.
Isthmian Line third in May transits, 573.

K

Kamchatcka, salmon from, 110.
Kosmos Line extends service, 214, 593.



Latin-American traffic — See Governor's monthly

reports.
Liquor, delivery of to ships, 153.

On vessels in territorial waters of the United
States, 167.
Lockages, record, 434.

Lock operations — See Governor's monthly reports.
Los Angeles, tonnage routed to, 649.
Luckenbach Line extends ser\'ice, 184.

Four steamers in one day, 319.

Fourth in May transits, 574.
Lumber from Japan to Elirope, 22.

Record shipments. 87.

M

Marine Superintendent to act in absences of Gov-

vernor and Engineer of Maintenance, 113.
Material and supplies, receipts £,nd sale of — See

Governor's monthly reports.
Measurement of vessels, amendment to rules, 550.

Fees for. 280.

Officials authorized to issue certiScates, 435.



Medical advice by radio, 236, 273.
Messageries Maritimes inaugurate service, 569.
Meteorology— See Governor's monthly reports.
Money orders, deposit, interest on. 268.
Motorcyle licenses in Panama. 221.
Motorship I sis, 175t

Traffic in calendar year 1922, 297.
Motorships, low fuel consumption, 686.
Municipal engineering— See Governor's monthly

reports. ,

Munson Line inaugurates service, 123.
Munson-McCormick Line inaugurates service

679.

Organization of, 550.

N

Nationality of vessels to June 30, 1922, 20, 41.

Calendar year 1922, 332.

See also Governor's monthly reports.
Naval maneuvers in Panama Bay — See U. S.

Navy.
Naval reservation set aside, 626.

\'essels, foreign, 64, 175, 569.
Navy Day, announcement of, 154.
New Zealand Shipping Co. augments fleet, 488.
Nitrate, increased shipments of, 65, 163.

Traffic, fiscal year 1923. 647.
Noncommercial traffic — See Governor's monthly

reports.



Oil: f

Crude, anticipated shipments, 284.

Increasing tonnage of, 327.

Shipments from January, 1922 to June,
1923, 674.

Shipments from California, 163, 579.
Diesel, local prices, 12, 290, 392, 454, 572, 6S4

Price reduced, 407. 425, 625.
Fuel, foreign pridfes, 8.

Local prices, 272, 379, 444, 552. 628.

Price increased, 511.

Record discharge, 107.
Pumping charges amended, 511, 625.
Shipments in intercoastal traffic, 510.
Storage facilities, 687.

See also Tankers.
Ore Steamship Co. augments fleet. 687



Pacific-Argentine-Brazil Line extends service,

344, 488.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co. extends ser\-ice, 175.
Pacific Steam Navigation Co. augments fleet, 594.
Panama Canal efficiency, 433.'
Panama Railroad: '

Agency fees, 231.

Baggage allowance, 215.

Baggage transfer charges, 346.

Freight classification and tariff, 215.

Motor car service to Paraiso, 240, 242.

Station op^^d at Obispo, 579.

Storage and^ar demurrage, 215,

SwitchinjB tariff, 215.



INDEX



Passenger connections from Canal Zone. 502..
Passengers; movement of — See Governor's month-

, ly r^orts.
Penal Code of Canal Zone amended, 219.
Pilotage, charges for, 7, 77.
Planet Line, organization of, ^45.
Prices of supplies at Panama Canal — See Coal,

Ice, Oil, and Supplies.
Prince Line extends service, 521. .

President Harding, death of, 685, 692.



Q



Quarantine against:

Colombia, account yellow fever. 563.

Central-American livestock, 406, 559.

Jamaican livestock, 178.

Chile account smallpox, 319.

Inspection of passengers from Bocae del Toro
and Almirante, 551.
Quarters, occupants of — See Governor's monthly

reports.



Radio:

Free medical advice by, 236, 273.

Rates. 80, 392, 560, 592.

Receiving sets, regulations go\'erning, 456,
520.

Station at Balboa extended. 626.
Rainfall :

July,' 1922, 41.

Effect of Gatun Lake on, 241.
Record :

Catgoes, 69, 87, 151. 155.

Coal bunkering, 510.

Day at Pacific Locks, 357, 434.

Discharge of fuel oil, 107.

Draft of vessel in transit, 64.

High tide, 112.

Lumber shipments, 87. \

Traffic for one day. 131. 5S3, 497.

Traffic for one week, 347.

Traffic predicted for 1923, 497.

TranSts per month by one vessel, 550.

Vessel dimensions, 301.
Rent foDofficial houses, 7.
•Repair job, rapid, 581.
Repairs at Panama Canal not subject to U. S.

Tariff, 281, 337.
Repatriation of Barbadians and Antiguans, 214.
Report, Governor's monthly, fort

July. 1922. 45.

August, 1922. 88.

September, 1922. 132. ^
'October, 1922, 188.

November, 1922. 244.

December, 1922. 303.

January, 1923, 357.

February, 1923, 410.

March,, 1923, 473.

April, 1923. 530. Jf

May. 1923. 595. ^

Jutie, 1923. 6S0.



Salvage:

Steamship John D. Archbold, 619.
Pennsylvania, 409, 4S9.
. Will polo 123.

Work, charge for tug service, 5tl.
Sanitary Inspector's offite transferred)!^ 1 1 .
Seamen, shipment and discharge of, 665.
Seismology — See Governor's monthly reports
Shipbuilding job at Cristobal Shops, 187.
Shop Work — See Governor's monthly reports.
Smallpox in Chile, 319. ^

Spillway, ma.ximum discharge from, 161.
Standard Oil Co. leads in May transits. 573.
Steamboat Inspection SerH'ice, rules for. 131.
Steamships:

Dickenson, cable ship, 573,

Empress of France, tour, 319.

Houra, repair of, 581.

John D. Archbold aground on Bona Island,
618.

MinaBrea. fire on. 520.

Olocksen, sale of. 451.

Pennsylvania, grounding rff. 409, 459.

Samaria, tour, 521. 553.

Companies leading in number of transits, 572.

Services inaugurated or augmented. 1, 4, 123.
174, 184, 214, 265, 281, 291. 344, 430.
444. 488, 520. 550, 569. 590. 593. 594,
619, 646. 647. 675, 679. 680, 687.

Passenger connections from Canal Zone, 502.
Submarine Boat Corporation inaugurates service,

590.
Submarines:

0-15. repairs to, 184.

Flotilla, passage of, 61.
Supplies, prices of at Panama Canal storehouses.

153, 205, 346, 407, 551. 626.



Tariff :

Panama Canal, amendments to, 7, 77, 215,
231, 280. 346, 391, 407. 511, 625.

U. S., does not apply to repairs made in Canal
Zone. 281, 337.
Tanker tonnage:

Increase of, 327. 445. 509.

Calendar year, 1922. 298.

In May, 1923. 589. *

In June. 1923, 646.

In July. 1923. 686.

Proportion of, September to May, 615.
Telegraphic communication, 80. 560. 590.
Telephones, automatic installation of, 579.
Terminal operations— 5«? Governor's monthly

reports.
Tide, record. 112.
Tolls:

1914 to 1922. 269.

1915 to 1923,617.
March. 1923, 496.
July. 1923, 649.
January to July, 1923, 641.
Graph of. 159.



INDEX



Schedule of rates, 356. 407, 552, 627.
Exemption of vessels proceeding to Balboa for

repairs, 346.
See also Governor's monthly reports.
Tonnage:

Net. passes 2,000,000 mark, 509.
Origin and destination of — See Governor's
monthly reports.
Torpedoes, reward for recovery of, 434.
Tortola Island, reserved for aerial bombing

ground, 238.
Trade route statistics:
July, 1922. 4.
1921 and 1922, 13, 23, 39.
August, 1922, 70.
September, 1922, 119.
October, 1922, 168.
November, 1922, 227.
December, 1922. 277.
January. 1923. 337. 341. 387.
February. 1923, 387.
March. 1923. 449.
.April, 1923, 515.
May, 1923. 586.
June, 1923, 634.

See also Governor's monthly reports.
Traffic:

Statistics, fiscal year, 1922, 13.
To June 30, 1922. 35. 40.
August. 1922. 65.
September, 1922, 107.
, October. 1922, 154, 167.
November, 1922, 179. 211. 222.
December, 1922, 231.
Calendar year, 1922. 267.
July to December. 1922. 279,
, Calendar years 1921 and. 1922. 285.
January. 1923. 291. 325.
February, 1923. 349. 380.
March, 1923. 401. 433.
July. 1922. to February, 1923. 401.
April. 1923. 509.
May, .1923. 529. 565,
July. 1922. to May, 1923, 565.
.June. 1923. 617.
Fiscal year, 1923. 629.
July, 1923. 673.
Record for one day. 130. 553.
For one week, 347.
See also Governor's monthly reports.
Transits, record number for one day. 496.



Tourists:

Trips through the Canal. 29. 242, 431. 520.

Empress of France, cruise. 319.

Laconic, cruise. 214.
Tow. unusual. 87.
Tug hire, special rate for. 215.

Service, charge for in salvage work. 512.
Tugs, use of. in Culebra Cut. 551.

U

U. S. Intercoastal:

Trade, rapid deliveries in, 401.

Shipment and discharge of seamen. 665.
Traffic, growth of account oil shipments. 510.
Record established. 115.
Calendar year. 1922. 331.
October. 1922. 171.
See also Governor's monthly reports.
U. S. Navy:

Atlantic Fleet transits Canal. 347.
Maneuvers in Panama Bay. 409. 433. 549.
Visit of Secretary Denby. 409.
U. S. S. Iowa, sinking of, 349, 409.
U. S. S. Maryland transits Canal. 357. 593.
U. S. Shipping Board — See Governor's monthly

reports.
U. S. vessels — See American vessels.



Vessels, dimensions of in Canal traffic. 301.
Vital statistics — See Governor's monthly reports.
Voyages, unusual. 87. 110. 131. 593.

W

Walker. Col. M. L.. designated Acting Governor'

86. 222.
Wallingford. John D.. appointed District Judge.

130.
Water main across Canal at Paraiso. 682.
Weather bulletin for Caribbean area, 129.
Wharfage, charges for. 77.
Wheat shipments in October, 1922, 163.
Williams Steamship Co. expands service, 679.
Wind velocities at Cristobal, 400.



Yacht Ohio. 284.

Yellow fever in Colombia, 562.



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Volume XVI. Balboa Heights, C. Z., August i6, 1922. No. 1.

Bunkering 5,352 Tons of Coal in Less Than Nine Hours.

The coaling plant at Cristobal made a new record for fast bunkering
on August 8 by loading 5,352 tons, 1,040 pounds, into the bunkers
of the 3 cruisers of the Japanese training squadron in less than 9
hours. The trimming in bunkers was done by the crews of the ships
and was largely responsible for the record. The coal was reclaimed
from the stock pile and delivered to the bunkers by the machinery
of the plant, and all of the work on the ships below decks was done by
the crews. During a large part of the time all 3 ships were coaling at
once. It was the best day's business ever done at the plant.

The squadron consists of the cruisers Asama, Idzumo, and Iwate.
It cleared from Cristobal for South American ports on August 11.



Heavy Increase of Apple Shipments via Canal Predicted.

The Seattle Chamber of Commerce announces that approximately
1,000,000 boxes of Washington apples and close to 300,000 additional
boxes from Oregon will be handled at the refrigerator terminals at
Seattle during the coming season, as compared with 250,000 boxes
last year, when shipments to northern European ports and Atlantic
ports of the United States in refrigerator-equipped steamships via
the Panama Canal were first undertaken.

During the past fiscal year, ending June 30, 1922, fresh fruit ship-
ments from the west coast of the United States through the Panama
Canal totaled 22,543 tons, of which approximately one-fourth was
routed to the east coast of the United States and practically all of the
remaining three-fourths to the British Isles. The heaviest shipments
were in the months of January and February, which together totaled
more than the combined shipments for the remaining 10 months of the
year.



Additional American-Hawaiian Service in United States Coastwise Trade.

Announcement has been made by the American-Hawaiian Line
(United American Lines) that 9 steamers will be added to its fleet in
the coastwise service, and that Baltimore, Mobile, and New Orleans
will be included among the Atlantic ports of call. The new services are
to begin the latter part of August.

In connection with its present service, the additions will establish
weekly sailings from Boston, New York, and Philadelphia; fort-
nightly sailings from Baltimore; and monthly sailings from Mobile
and New Orleans. Ports of call on the Pacific coast are Los Angeles,
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