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361,850


469,188


295,519




398,317








' Yaeht. * French cruis


sr of 12,16


tons dispr


icement.


■ Italian cruiser of 3,880 tons displacement



PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.



From West Coast of Untied States 1
to Europe:


8
3
3
2
1


34,366
12,953

9,944
7,387
3,308


1

44,291
14,630
12,120
8,982
4,468


34,171
19,528
15,216 :
11,498
5,235


34,355

12,763
9,717
7,298
3,913


$42,957.50
16,023.80
12,430.00
9,235.75
4,135.00


Long tons
68,079




23,341




21,520




14,566
7,820


Totals


17
15

1

2
1


67,958
57,683

5,649

3,699

3,608

336


84,491
70,477

9,265

7,742

6,250

350


105,648
87,977

11,865

12,452

7,612

615


68,046
57,107

6,588

6,277

4,56*

372


84,780.05
72,103 75

7,061.25

4,623.75

4,510.00

420.00


135,320


' 'niied States coastwise:


92,659


From WestCoast of South America
to Cristobal:


2,872




4,284




695




518






Totals


14

11

5
3


13,292
61,149

' 16,610
3,792
5,403


23,607
70,124

21,504
5,171
6,317


32,544 j
89,930 |

26,755
7,102
8,605


17,797
5S.701

16,469
3,876
5,392


16,615.00
75,450.80

20,762.50
4,740.00
4,879.65


8,369


Prom Australasia toEurops:


63,747


From WestCoast of South America
to East Coast of United
States:


27,41)


British


4,894




836


Totals


10

5

2
1


25,805

16,942
6,049
1,603


32,992

-
22,561
8,060
3,057


42,462

26,179
10,530
2,655


25,737

16,421
6.49G
1,625


30,382.15

i 21,177.50
7,561.25
2,003.75


33,125


/'ram WestCoast of South America
to Europe:


26,436




2,804




2,479


Totals


8


24,594


33,678


39,364


21.542


30,742.50


31 .71"



810



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD 1



PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC— Continued.



Route and registry.



From Far East to East ('cast of
United Stales.
United States. . . .'.
British
Japanese



No. of



Totals

from West Coast of Canada to
Europe:

Dutch

Swedish .
British .



Totals ..

.>/ C'os/ of United Statet

to Cristobal, C.Z.:

United States

From West Coast of Central
America to Cristobal,
C.Z.:
British. .
From Wed Coeulof United States
to East Coast of Mexico:
United States
From Far East to East Coast of
M ei ii o
British
Prom West Coast of South Amer-
ica to East Coast of Mex-
ico:
Norwegian
from Wast Coast of South Amtr-
ica to East Coast oj
South America:

French

From West Coast of United State)
to East Coast of South
America:
United States. . .
F om Wist Coast of United States
to East Coast of United
States ■ '
British
anadian coastwite:
British ...
From West Coast of Central
Anurica to East Coast .
of Central America:

United States

From Far East to Europe:

British
( ntombian coastwise:

• British
F'om West Coast of Central
America to East Coast
of United States:

United States

From West Coast of Canada to
East Co'ist of Canada: I
British



Totals, July, 1921
Totals, June, 1921
Totals, July, 1920.



United

States

equivalent.



102



99



12,240
7,415
4,223



Panama
Caual
net.



Registered
gross.



Registered

net.



Tolls.



I'argc



14,707
10.201
5,140



18,389
11,066

0,746



12.259
7,403
4,191



Long ton-'.
15,311 25 19,437

9,268.75 14,585-

5,278.75 5,807



23,887



5.403
3,411
2 . S46



11,660
2 977

1,288
8,408
8,309

4.443

4,326



2,650
1,830

1,434

1,430

614

330



30.048 I 36,801 23,853 29,S5S 75



6,612
5,661

3.697



8,384
5,642
4.574



5,437

4,320
2.861



15,970

3.765

1,398

8.409
9,609

5.105

4,363



3.096
2,042

1,635
1,427

622

530



4,779

2,298
10,290
13,056

6,961

5,923

4,839

4,074
3,101

2,064
1,582
1,138

701



2,973 3,721 25



1,304



8,335



3,763 5,235 60



2,587
1,908

I 434

1.4S2

602



328,109



277,379



1,177 20

1.712 40

746 40

397 50
2,872.00



407,562



346,175



346,325



456,128 280,766



39,829



6,753 75 10,677

4,263.75 8,041

3,557.50 5,537



18,600 12,618 14,575.00 , 24.255



1,657



1,61000 1,77

6,306 00 .

6,918.48

3,675.60 I



,0111



4,802 50 S ,530'



3,312.50 5,430

2,287.50 3,241-



280



514,132 328,605 : 399.282.93 451,210



439,973 1 279,071:335,42105! 335,136



409,671



For orders. ■ 1 British cruiser of 4,053 tons displacement; and 2 British destroyers of 1,691 tons displacement.



New Johnson Line Motor Ship.

Lloyd's List for July 12, 1921,. reports the launching at Copenhagen
of the Cometa. a motor ship built for the Johnson Line of Stockholm,
which will be used in that company's service between Europe and the
Pacific Coast of North America via the Panama Canal. The Cometa
is 367 feet long, has a beam of 51 feet 3 inches, a molded depth of
34 feet, and a deadweight capacity of 6.500 tons. She is the twelfth



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



817



of vessels of this type built for the Johnson Line, which now owns more
motor ships than any other company with the single exception of the
East Asiatic Company of Copenhagen. The Johnson Line has one
other motor ship now building and has applied to the Swedish Govern-
ment for permission to sell its steamers abroad in order that it may
make further additions to its fleet of motor ship s.

Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Cristobal for Week Ending August 6, 1921.



Name of vessel.



Jamaica

Puerto Rico

Moerdijk

Scarpfos

Manavi

Ulysses

Huallaga

Quillota

Van Rensselaer .

Heredia

Gen. G. W. Goethals.

Man'aro

San Bias

Pastores.

Metapan

Aysen . . . ...

Van Rensselaer

Balboa . .

Colombia

Salvador

Lucellum

Cuba

Laura C. Hall

Camden

Point Adams

Camito

Quilpue



Line or charterer.



Pacific Steam Navigation Co

French Steamship Co

Holland- American Line

Caribbean Steamship Line

Pacific Steam Navigation Co
Royal Netherlands W. I. Mail. .

Peruvian Line

Pacific Steam Navigation Co.
Royal Netherlands W. I. Mail.. .

United Fruit Co

Panama Railroad Steamship Line.

Peruvian Line

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

Chilean Steamship Line

Royal Netherlands W. I. Mail.. .

Caribbean Steamship Line. .

Pacific Mail Steamship Co

Pacific Steam Navigation Co. .

Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co

Pacific Mail Steamship Co

Pacific Metals Corporation

United Fruit Co

Pacific Mail Steamship Co

Elder & Fyffes, Ltd

Pacific Steam Navigation Co —



Arrived.



Departed.



Cargo —



Discharged. Laded



July 31..
July 31.



July 31.



August 1...
August 1...
August 1...
August 1..
August 2..
August 2.. .
August 3.. .



August 4..
August 4..
August 5..
August 5..
August 6..
August 6..
August 6..
August 6..
August 6..
August 6..
August 6..



July 31. ...
July 31. .
July 31. .
August 1..
August 1..
August 2..
August 2..
August 2..
August 2..
August 4..
August 5..
August 6..
August 3..
August 3..
Auiiust 3..
August 4..
August 5..
August 6..
August 6..



Tons.



(')



August 6..



397
910

627J

18

575



(0



566
290
677

(101
600

67
,870

90
10
137



Tons.

1

79*
{')
(')

114

1,624

171

892

(')

289

2,050

124

48

313

6

1,098

1,576

53

82



1 No cargo discharged.



' No cargo laded.



Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Balboa for Week Ending August 6, 1921.



Name of vessel.



Line or charterer.




Wm. G. Warden Standard Oil Co _

Manavi I Pacific Steam Navigation Co



Santa Luisa

Cristobal

Lewis Luckenbach

Neches '

Hampton Roads.
Colombia



Grace Line .

Panama Railroad Steamship Line

Luckenbach Line

United States Navy

United States Shipping Board. . .
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.



August 5..

August 6..

August 6.,

Laur aC. Hall. '.'. i Pacific Metals Corporation j August 6 | August 6..



Cuba I Pacific Mail Steamship Co.

Ouilnue '.' ! Pacific Steam Navigation Co | August 5



July 31. .
August 1.
August 1..
August 2..
August 3..
August 3..
August 4.
August 5.
August 5.



Departed.



Cargo-



Discharged, i Laded.



Tons.



Tons.



July 31...
August 1..
August 1.



August 3.,



9,441

1

7,000

9,000

182

27

219

3



1 Tanker.



Ships at Canal Repair Shops.

The following vessels were at the Balboa shops for repairs during
the week ended August 6 :

Mine planter Graham, dock, stage, and clean and paint bottom; repair propellers
and shafts- renew rings in balance pistons, both main engines; renew disks in botn
throttles- 'overhaul 2 turbine blowers; overhaul fuel oil pump; renew piston and
rings in circulating engine; bore water end cylinder of feed pump and overhaul
valves in 2 manifolds; fit and install 2 piston rods in sanitary pump; manufacture
miscellaneous handles, strainers, air vanes and extension pipe sockets tor tuel-oi
svstem and overhaul 2 brass burner connections; clean strainers and grind-in all



818 THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD

sea valves; renew all bad order zincs and electric-weld shell plates in hull; raise
rudder, bush gudgeons, and dress pintles as necessary; calk bunker bulkheads where
leaking; fair air-tight doors in fireroom and reverse same; overhaul fastenings and
fit up doors air-tight; renew lining and grates in starboard galley range and furnish
6 rings and covers for ranges; recanvas top of after deck house; manufacture 1
canvas awning for main deck, forward; steamship Cristobal, manufacture 6 snap rings
for starboard H. P. engine and 1 wrench for cylinder head nuts; remetal H. P. cross-
head brasses of main engines; bore out cylinder, install liner, and renew thrust collar
on worm shaft of anchor windlass; weld crack in condenser of refrigerating system;
perform miscellaneous engineer's department work: overhaul and free up operating
gear to engine room skylight and skylight to crew's quarters; make necessary repairs
to miscellaneous bulkheads; manufacture and install steel locker in fireroom, after
port side; perform miscellaneous deck and steward's department work; dredge
Paraiso, dock, stage, and clean and paint bottom; examine and repair sea valves as
required; renew wood fenders on stern and around spud wells; remove old and install
new spud well liners and casting; renew all broken angles, redrive loose rivets, stop
leaks, and remove and replace drainage plugs in hull; steamship Artigas, reface,
rebore, and renew bolts for port crank pin brasses on after capstan, and acetylene-
weld broken port cylinder head on after capstan; open up main condenser, repack all
tubes, both ends, and assemble and test after repairs; crane Ajax, dock, stage and
clean, paint bottom and overhaul all sea valves; launch Pacific, general repairs to
hull; steamship William G. Warden, crane service.

PREVIOUSLY REPORTED.

Steamships Panama, reboilering and general overhaul to machinery and hull;
Gen. George W. Getty, miscellaneous engineer's department and hull repairs; U. S.
subchaser V-12, docking and general repairs to hull and machinery; tug Coco Solo,
manufacture 3 eccentric rods for generators and electric weld back end of boilers;
launches Aguila, line up main engine; P-l, rebuilding of hull.

The following vessels were at the Cristobal shops for repairs during
the week ended August 8 :

Steamships General G. W. Goethals, Cristobal, Allianca, and General H. F. Hodges,
miscellaneous repairs and painting to engine, deck, and steward departments; Man-
taro, weld over rivets in corners of center chambers port boiler; repair 2 small stretch-
ing screws for engine telegraphs; supply 20 feet of brass chain for telegraphs; re-
pair pressure gauge pipe, port boiler; clean stokehold tank tops and bilges; Balboa,
repair vent pipe and scale boiler; Colombia, services of diver to examine bottom;
motor ship Ar.am, make 4 thrust shoes and 4 rollers; steamship Point Adams,
repair air tank in fuel-oil system, repair feed pump; motor schooner Laura C. Hall,
remetal shaft bearing; steamships Lucellum, repair copper pipe, repair pump; Cuba,
reseat surface and bottom blows on starboard boiler; Aysen; and launch R.0dman,
minor repairs.

PREVIOUSLY REPORTED.

Steamship Astmahco III, remetal crank brass main engine, etc.; U. S. S. Pinola,
manufacture one valve stem guide, etc.; steamship Caribbean, miscellaneous repairs,
including dry-docking; Pomona, remetal crank pin brass dynamo engine, etc.; motor
ship Satoe, general overhauling, including dry-docking; barge No. 117 , renew plates,
etc.; U. S. S. Forse, miscellaneous repairs, including dry-docking; barge No. 19,
renew plates, etc; U. S. submarine R— 25 (at Coco Solo), renew defective rivets in
engine foundation and general repairs; motor ship Lima, general overhauling, includ-
ing dry-docking; tug Tavemilla, removing and true-up rudder shaft, dry-docking,
and miscellaneous repairs.

Vacation Resort.

In connection with the work of the committee appointed to inves-
tigate the possibility of establishing a vacation resort for Canal em-
ployees and their families in some high altitude, the Governor has
approved the recommendation of the committee that The Panama
Canal should limit its endeavors to procuring as low rates as possible
to Costa Rica or other places where it may be desirable to spend
vacations, and encouraging the local authorities at such places to make
proper provisions in the way of accommodations and sanitation. This
recommendation was made in view of the fact that it seems impracti-
cable to establish a camp or resort of any kind under the jurisdiction

The Panama Canal,
of



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



819



September Tide Table.

Tides — Tidal fluctuations at the Atlantic entrance to the Canal are too small to
affect navigation, as the maximum tidal range of record is only about 2 feet.
Panama (Balboa) tide predictions are given below:



Day of-


Time and Height of High
and Low Water.


Day of-


Time and Height of High
and Low Water.


Day of-


Time and He
and Low




W.


Mo.

I


W.
S


Mo.


W.


Mo.


Water.


Th


2:30
16.1


8:56
0.7


2:54
16.7


9:21
-0.3


II


4:53
5.0


11:07
12.3


5:34
4.5


11:54
12.1


w


21


5:58
15.9


12:16
1.0


6:17
15.3


F


2


3:21
17 1


9:46
-0.5


3:45
17.5


10:06
-1.3


M


12


6:03
5.2


12:25
12.3


6:40
4.5




Th


22


0:36
1.7


6:34
15. 6


12:53 6:54
1.5 14.9


S


3


4:11
17.8


10:30
-1.3


4:34
17.9


10:51
-1.7


Tu


13


0:59
12.5


7:08

4.8


1:23
12.8


7:40
4.0


F


23


1:12
2.3


7:13
15.2


1:37 7:35
2.2 14.4


s


4


4:59
18.1


11:15
-1.5


5:23
17.9


11:33
-1.5


W


14


1:50

13.2


8:04
4.1


2:09
13.4


8:29
3.3


S


24


2:01
3.0


7:55
14.5


2:30 8:25
2.9 13.8


M


5


5:46
18.0


11 :59

-1.2


6:09
17.5




Th


15


2:31
13.9


8:49
3.2


2:49
14.0


9:10
2.5


s


25


3:00
3.7


8:50
13.8


3:33 9:26
3.4 13.3


Tu


6


0:17
-0.8


6:31
17.5


12:44
-0.4


6:55
16.7


F


16


3:07
14.6


9:27
2.3


3:25
14.6


9:46
1 A


M


26


4:10
4.0


10:03
13.3


4:44 10:50
3.5 13.2


W


7


1:02
0.4


7:16
16.5


1:31
0.8


7:40
15.6


S


17


3:42
15.2


10:02
1.6


3:59
15.1


10:19
1.3


Tu


27


5:23
3.8


11:31
13.5


5:56
3.2


Th


8


1:50

1.8


8:01
15.3


2:24
2.1


8:27
14.3


s


18


4:16
15.6


10:35
1.1


4:34 10:52
15.4 1.1


W


28


0:10
13.9


6:36 12:44 7:07
3.1 14.3 2.4


F


9


2:45
3.1


8:50
14.0


3:22
3.3


9:22
13.1


M


19


4:50
15.9


11:08
0.9


5:08
15.5


11:25
1.0


Th


29


1:17
15.0


7:42
2.0


1:45 8:08
15.4 1.3


S


IO


3:46
4.3


9:50
12.9


4:26 10:33
4.1 12.3


Tu


20


5:24
16.0


11:42
0.8


5:42
15.4


11:58
1.2


F





2:12
16.1


8:39
0.8


2:40 9:01
16.4 0.3



The tides are placed in the order of their occurrence; the times of high and low tides are shown on
the upper lines. The figures in boldfaced type are hours and elevations between noon and midnight;
ante meridian figures are given in the ordinary lightfaced type. The time is Cosmopolitan Standard
for the meridian 75° W.

The elevations of the water are shown on the second line for each day; a comparison-of consecutive
heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. Heights are reckoned from mean low water
springs, which is 8.3 below mean sea level and is the datum of soundings on the Coast and Geodetic
Survey charts for this region. The depth of water may accordingly be estimated by adding the tabu-
lar height of the tide to the soundings, unless a minus (-) sign is before the height, in which case it
is to be subtracted. The annual inequality or variation in the mean sea level is included in the
predictions.



Commissary Delivery Service Changes.

The attention of commissary customers is invited to the following
bulletin published under date of August 4, 1921 :

The Panama Canal,
Commissary Division, Supply Department,
Bulletin No. 823-22. Cristobal, C. Z., August 4, 1921.

To all concerned — Effective August 15 (affecting orders taken previously for that
day), the following charges are established for commissary deliveries and all previous
bulletins in conflict with this one may be considered canceled:

Ice (special and emergency deliveries) — "Emergency" on regular delivery 70 cents
per 100 pounds (without delivery charge). Special delivery — Twenty-five cents per
100-pound piece or less; 40 cents for 110 to 300-pound pieces; 40 cents for each
additional 300-pound block, or less.

Ice cream (special deliveries) — Twenty-five cents for 5-gallon containers, or smaller;
40 cents for each container of more than 5-gallon capacity.

Special deliveries— Twenty-five cents for one or two items; 5 cents for each addi-
tional item.

Regular deliveries — Fifteen cents for each regular daily delivery, except of standing
orders for pasteurized milk and ice. Grocery orders to the value of less than $5 will
be treated and charged for as special deliveries, and not regular deliveries.

In the case of collections for regular daily deliveries, which is a new departure,
solicitors and order clerks will add this charge to the cold storage paid order and
collect it at the time orders are taken. When sales are made over the counter and
delivery is requested, salesmen will issue paid order for the collection, and register
it in the usual manner. A copy of the paid order will be attached to the daily report
and will be a debit to the section and a credit to delivery service. A copy of the paid
order should also accompany the goods.

In the unusual event that nothing is to be delivered except pasteurized milk, on
standing order, no charge is to be made.

Roy R. Watson, Acting General Manager, •



820



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



Official Circulars.



Labor Train Discontinued.

The Panama. Canal,
Executive Office,
Balboa Heights, C. Z., August 1, .1921.
To all concerned — Effective September 1, 1921,
the Balboa shops' labor train will be discontinued.
Employees who desire a transfer of quarters from
A neon to Balboa should have no difficulty in
arranging the transfer within a comparatively
short time after making application to the dis-
trict quartermaster, Balboa Heights.

Jay J. Morrow,

Governor.



Misdirected Letters.



I nsuffieientlj- addressed mail matter for the fol-
lowing has been received in the office of the Direc-
tor of Posts and may be obtained upon request of
the addressee. Request for forwarding may be
made by telephone, calling Balboa 182.
Almond, Miss Blanche, Hendrix, Wm. H.



Box 722
Britt, Chas.
Burns. 1. W.
Cariffe. J. V.
Cass. Ralph, Box 134
Clayton, Murry
Day, Robert
Day, William T.
Dodson, Charles

787
Faby, Mrs. M. E.
Fernandez, Luis A.
Griffith. Rev. J. F. F.
Haywood. Thomas J

Box 578



Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Kelts. Alfred
Marsh, B. F.<
Mott, C. F.
Xeblett, Jeremiah, Box

687
Roach, J. R. H., Box

997
Box Robles, David. Box 888
Slack, Miss Helen
Stribling. T. S.
Sylvester, J. J. L.. Box

861
Wallin, A. L.. Box 845
Wilson, Miss L... Box 765



Paper.



Hogs For Sale.



The following hog stock is offered for sale, f . o. b.
the Margarita hog farm:

6 grade boars, three-quarters Duroc, 1 year
old.

14 grade boars, bred from three-quarters
Duroc sow and full-blooded Hampshire boar, from
3 to 6 months old.

3 boars, seven-eighths Duroc, 4 to 5 months
old.

For further information inquire at the Cattle
Industry office in Cristobal.



Postal Addresses of The Panama Canal.

The postal address is, "The Panama Canal.
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone," or "The Panama
Canal. Washington, D. C."

Mails for ships passing through the Canal or
touching at either of the terminal ports should
be addressed to "Cristobal. Canal Zone."



Additions to Commissary Stock.

Dry Goods Section.

Dimity, printed, yd SO . 40

Sheeting, cotton, 72". unbleached, yd .54

Sheetin?. cotton, 54", unbleached, yd 42

Skirting, sateen, yd 40

Skirting, sateen, Derby, yd 47

Voile, Deauville, yd 27

Voiles, printed, Toulon, yd 44

Hardware Section.

Holders, soap, ea 57

Rods, curtain, Perfection, ea 36

Twine, sail. i-lb. ball 12



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INDEX.



Acts of Congress:

Amendment to Edge Act, 510.

Army Appropriation, 1922, 805.

Appropriation for American seamen, 517.

Appropriation for annual payment to Pan-
ama, 517.

Deficiency Appropriation, 1921, 503.

Repealing war legislation, 724.

Fortifications, 1922, 534.

Sundry Civil, 1922, 532.
Administrator's sales, 135, 148, 172, 680, 756.
Admiral Line, service Europe to west coast North

America, 305.
Aeroplane flights, 93. 114, 125, 144, 321.
Aircraft, quarantine regulations, 313, 473.
American-Hawaiian Line, coastwise service, 192.
American Metal Transport Company, service, 51.
Apprentice, examination, 184.
Appropriations, cash balance in, 584, 668, 729,
800.

(.See also Governor's monthly report.)
Argentina, voyage from New York, 217.
Architect, appointment, 92.
Armistice Day, observance of, 186.
Army construction work, examinations for com-
missions, 755.
Atlantic Fleet, visit, 305, 333, 385, 417.
Atlantic Gulf and Pacific Lines, service, 47.
Automobiles, 197, 259, 317, 407, 529, 565.



Bahia Castillo, steamship, passage, 314.

Barbadoes, bunkering facilities, 596.

Barber Line, around-the-world service, 54.

Barges, seagoing, coal service, 142.

Balboa shops, view, 200.

Beam of commercial vessels, 508, 609, 693, 797.

Beekeeping, 65, 195.

Helen Quesada, steamship, sale, 54, 194.

Birds, protection, 515.

Bicycle licenses, 720.

Board of Local Inspectors, 752.

Bonham, steamship, repair, 73.

Boy Scouts' visit, Costa Rica, 9.

Bonus question, review by Acting Governor, 377.

British shipping and the Panama Canal, 809.

Brown hoist, sale, 456.

Buenos Aires, passenger service, 17.

Building construction — See Governor's monthly

reports.
Building Division, 320, 622.
Building material, sale, 127, 136.
Buildings, sale, 12.
Bunkering records, 249, 261, 418.



Cable from Colon to Cartagena, 257.
Cable messages, Balboa Heights, 409.



Cable office, Cristobal, 203.

Cable rates for employee's, 91, 513, 576.

Canal Record, free distribution to employees

discontinued, 797.
Cape Fear, steamship, sinking, 192.
Cartagena, no employment for Americans, 564.
Cargo by calendar years, 1914-1920, 369.
Cargo discharged and laded at terminal ports —

.See each issue.
Cargo through Canal, distribution, monthly, 37,

109, 166, 236, 300, 364, 446, 553, 644, 714,

790.
Cargo classifications by commodities, 457, 463,

553, 609, 612, 686, 758.
Cattle, inspection, 19.



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