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THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE PANAMA CANAL.

PUBLISHED WEEKLY.

Subscription rates, domestic, $1.50 per year; foreign, $2.00; address

The Panama Canal Record, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone, or

The Panama Canal, Washington. D. C.

Entered as second-class matter, February 6, 1918, at the Post Office

at Cristobal, C. Z.. under the Act of March 3, 1879.





Volume XV. Balboa Heights, C. Z., August 31, 1921. No. 3.



CANAL WORK IN JULY.

^ The following is the report of the Governor to the Secretary of War,
of Canal work in the month of July, 1921:

Balboa Heights, C. Z., August 20, 1921.
The Honorable, the Secretary of War,

Washington, D. C.

Sir: I have the honor to submit the following report of The Panama Canal for
the month of July, 1921.

CANAL TRAFFIC.

The total number of vessels and craft of all kinds through The Panama Canal as
compared with the preceding month and with the corresponding month of last year
was as follows: '



July,
1921.



Commercial vessels

United States Government vessels

Panama Government vessels

Launches (under 10 tons)

Total vessels and craft through Canal



20G

23

5

3



June,
1921.



193
33



229



July,
1920.



225
26



COMMERCIAL TRAFFIC. 1

A comparison of the commercial traffic for July, 1921, with that of the preceding
month, of the corresponding month of 1920, and of the average month's traffic for
the past 12 months, shows the following:



United States equivalent net tonnage

Panama Canal net tonnage

Registered gross tonnage

Registered net tonnage

Tolls earned

Tons of cargo carried



July, 1921.



652,439
810,613
1,022,802
650,368
$804,503.11
708,982



June, 1921.



613,894
761,477
960,857
610,491
$751,964.12
694,720



July, 1920.



705,643
856,798
1,109,079
702,951
342,312.05
886,814



Average per

month for past

year.



774,222
947,474
1,203,011
765,555
$936,590.08
951,838



Ocean-going commercial vessels passing through the Panama Canal averaged 6.67
ships per day. The average tonnage, tolls, and tons of cargo carried, per commercial
vessel, as compared with last month's traffic, were as follows:



Average per vessel.



July, 1921.



United States equivalent net tonnage .

Panama Ca::;-1 net tonnage

Registered gross tonnage

Registered net tonnage

Tolls

Tons of cargo fall vessels)

Tons of cargo (laden vessels only)



3,167
3,935
4,965
3,157
$3,905.35
3,441
3,961



June, 1921.



3,197
3,965
5,004
3,180
$3,703.95
3,618
3,970



> Note— Commercial traffic includes all vessels of 10 tons or more transiting the Panama Canal, with the exception
of vessels owned by the United States Government, or chartered by the Government to carry Government supplies.



22



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



TOLLS PAID PER CARGO TON BY NATIONALITY OF VESSELS.

While all cargo-carrying vessels pay tolls on their net tonnage, as determined by
established rules for measuring their available cargo-carrying space, yet the rate ol
such tolls per cargo ton furnishes interesting data, varying as it does not only in dif-
ferent ships, but in vessels of different nationalities.

The average rate of tolls paid on each ton (2,240 pounds) of cargo passing through
the Panama Canal from the Atlantic to the Pacific was $1.44 and from the Pacific
to the Atlantic $0.83 per ton, with a general average of $1.03 per ton. The average
rate paid per cargo ton, by nationality of vessels, is shown in the following statement:





Atlantic

to
Pacific.


Pacific

to

Atlantic.


General
average.




SI. 53
5.39
1.54
1.81

22.18
5.62
1.06

11.64
1.04
5.12
1.28
1.40


$0.96

6.48

.57

.66

1.31

2.69

.75


81.10




6.07




.81




.97




2.32




3.28




.92




11.64




1.48
1.08

.53

.75


1.10




1.58




.62




.96








1.44


.83


1.05








1.11


.93


1.02








1.06


.89


.97







The difference in the rate of tolls paid per cargo ton, by vessels of various nation-
alities is due to some vessels being but lightly loaded while others are carrying capa-
city cargoes. This also accounts for the variation in the rates per cargo ton as be-
tween northbound and southbound cargo for ships of the same nationality.

The lowest rate of tolls paid per cargo ton by any vessel passing through the
Panama Canal during the month of July, 1921, was paid by the steamship Willfa.ro,
United States registry, bound from Portland, Oreg., to Charleston, S. C, and carrying
8,255 tons of canned goods, lumber, copper metal, and general cargo, on which tolls
of $4,160.00 were assessed, or a rate of 50.3 cents per cargo ton.

COMMODITY STATISTICS.

A classification of all cargo passing through the Panama Canal, by commodities,
giving the origin and destination of the same, has been previously compiled and was
published in The Panama Canal Record under date of August 24, 1921. A brief
summary of the principal items is shown herewith:

CARGO PASSING FROM ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC.



Commodity.



Cargo
tons.



Per cent of total cargo.



This month Last month



Manufactured goods:

Iron and steel ....

Machinery

Railroad material .

Textiles

Other

Oils:

Crude

Refilled

Cotton, raw

Metals

Coal and coke

Silver sand

Cement

Soda

Rosin

Paper

Liquors

Salt

Other and general



Totals 258,440



11.7

10.1
3.3
3.2
1.6
0.7
0.6
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.7

37.6



20 7



35.7

3.3
9
4.3



1.5



0.3
2
0.1
0.1
31.1



100.0



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



23



CARGO PASSING FROM PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.



Commodity.



Wheat

Sugar

Cold storage:

Mutton

Cheese

Other

Lumber

Flour

Barley

Nitrates

Canned goods:

Fish

Fruit

Other

Wool

Metals:

Copper

Other

Oil:

Coconut

Other

Phosphates

Rice

Coffee

Beans and peas

Ore, copper

Cotton seed

Skins and hides

Cacao

Hops

Other and general cargo

Totals



Cargo

tons.



90,267
43.. 394

21,329
5,433
7,063
31.699
28,940
27,780
26,051

10,596
10,482
2,906
14,030

9,259
1,752

7,073
1,199
7.500
7,767
6,675
5,762
5,490
5,380
4,658
4,072
4,000
45,985



Per cent of total cargo.



This monthJLast montii



450,542



2') i
10 8



7.5

7
6.4
6.2
5.8



5.3
3.1



2.4



1.8

1.6

1.7
1.5
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.0
0.9
0.9
10.3



17 6
3.2



10.3

9.4
1.6

5.7

17.6



3.2
1.4



3.3



1.9
3.3
11
2.6
0.5
6
1.2



100.0



UNITED STATES COASTWISE TRAFFIC.

,1 The uT b D r ° f ve ^els engaged in the United States coastwise traffic nassine
through the Panama Canal during July, 1921, together with their tonnage toff and
waTa / fo a novvs Cam ' ** C ° mpared with the Preceding months of the cflendar year



1921
January. . .
February. .

March

April

May

June

July



Atlantic to Pacific.



No. of
ships



P. c


net


tonnage.


88


086


80,940


71


770


92,033


82,257


96


199


101


924



Tolls



$91,390.00
79,169.20
75,338.65
94.1S5.00
84,545.85
94,577.11
99,474.75



Tons of
cargo.



76,593
67,302
55,111
94,484
90,617
68,809
60,997



Pacific to Atlantic.



No. of
ships.



P. C. net

tonnage.



62,765
66,043
61,804
68,368
75,593
53,986
70,477



Tolls



$64,343.59
66,703.70
64,470.64
65,523.74
72,813.55
53,953.75
72,103.75



Tons of
cargo.



81,336
68,345
52,289
59,306
93,242
57,234
92,659



UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD VESSELS.

+ i. The i n T b o r ° f VeS ^ els "nder.control of the United States Shipping Board passing
through the Panama Cana during the month of July, 1921, together lith their P an
ama Canal net tonnage, tolls, and tons of cargo carried, as compared with precedtne
months of the calendar year, was as follows: preceding



1921.

January. . . .
February. . .

March

April

May

June

July



Atlantic to Pacific.



No. of
ships.



P. C. Net

tonnage.



59,738
41,024
94,823
61,176
39,614
86,361
67,851



Tolls.



$64,769.85
42,951.75
96,782.80
61,590.00
40,180.00
78,770.14
65,796.25



Tons of
cargo.



70,058
35,018
83,978
60,231
48,489
65,945
29,918



Pacific to Atlantic.



No. of P. C. net

ships, tonnage.



96,877
96,441
34,066
56,049
97,257
49,370
60,804



Tolls.



$93,268.29
94,082.01
31,378.00
53,162.18
92,380.47
48,080.00
61,305.00



Tons of
cargo.



98,075
108,285
30,025
52,908
114,107
59,696
82,767



24



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



In addition to the above, 2 vessels under control of the United States Shipping
Board, passed through the Panama Canal carrying Government supplies, combining
a Panama Canal net tonnage of 8,968 and carrying 13,793 tons of cargo.

TRAFFIC BY TRADE ROUTES.

Statements attached to this report show the origin and destination of all cargo
passing through the Panama Canal as accurately as the same can be segregated from
the cargo declarations submitted by the ship's masters (see pages 40 and 41). Below
is given a summary of the traffic passing over the principal trade routes, showing the
number of vessels, their Panama Canal net measurement, and the amount of cargo
carried. The vessels shown as in ballast represent cargo-carrying vessels only; war-
ships, tugs, yachts, etc., not being included as "ballast."





Total vessels.


Vessels in
ballast.


Trade routos.


Num-
ber.


Panama

Canal

net

tonnage.


Cai,:o.


Num-
ber.


Panama
Canal

net
tonnage.


Atlantic to Pacific.


19
13
12
9
7
6
5
4

3
2
2

1

4

10
2


101,9:4

63,969

17,619

44,064

29,498

18,539

23,280

29.486

21,060

2,104

10,078

8,611

3,765

4,400

348

24.306

(0


60,997
70,684

1,569
19.232
11,925

9,222
24,068
10,846

3,357

1,656

8,000
14,069

2,887

950

10

18,958

(')














3
3


1,618


Europe to west coast of United States

Europe to west coast of South America


13,918






East coast of United States to Australasia


















East coast cf Mexico to west coast of United States


1


5,043


Cristobal, C. Z.. to west coast of United States














3

4


261




6.670












Total, Atlantic to Pacific, Julv, 1921


105


403,051


258,449


14


27,510


Total, Atlantic to Pacific, June, 1921


103


413,302


359,584


7


18.17S


Total, Atlantic to Pacific, July, 1920


107


361,850


398,317


10


21,729


Pacific to AUan ie.
West coast of United States to Europe


17

14
14
11
10
8
6
3
2
2
1
1
9


84.40!

70,477

23 , 607

70,124

32,992

33,678

30,048

15.970

3,765

1,398

8.4C9

5,105

27,498

(')


135,326

91,991

8,369

63,747

33,125

31,719

39,829

24,255

1,557

1,779












West coast of South America to Cristobal, C. Z






West coast of South America to east coast of United States


1


5,095








V\ : • 1 eoa t of Can ' "> Europe






West coast of 1 to Cristobal, C. Z. . .






West coast of Central America to Cristobal. C. Z






West coast cf United State to east coast of Mexico. .


1

1
3


8,409


We i coast of South America to east coast of Mexico. . .




5,105




18,845


11,774












Total, Pacific to Atlantic, July, 1921


101


407,562


450,542


6


30.3S3






Total, Pacific to Atlantic, June, 1021


89


346,175


335,136


8


29,922






Total. Pacific to Atlantic, July, 1920


118


494,948


48?, 407


20


9; ,397







French cruiser of 12,160 tons displacement, and Italian cruiser of 3,880 tons displacement.
1 Three British warships of 5,744 tons displacement.



LATIN-AMERICAN TRAFFIC.



The number of vessels, tonnage, and tons of cargo carried by vessels engaged in
the Latin-American trade, classified by nationality, were as follows:



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



25







ATLANTIC


TO PACIFIC.












No.

of

vessels


TONNAGE.


Tolls.




Nationality.


United

States

equivalent.


Panama
Canal net.


Registered

gross.


Registered
net.


Cargo.




21
10
4
2
1
1
1
1
1


40,412
19,589
564
2,495
4,418
3,638
3,149
2,518
1,811


51,671

23,637

348

5,356

5,043

4,170

3,600

2,707

' 3,182


79,746
31,193
1,104
8,049
6,987
5,796
5,355
3,375
3,798


42,178
19,615
476
4,187
4,422
3,689
3,160
2,574
2,272


$49,512.32
23,994.65
433.65
3,118.75
3,630.96
4,547.50
3,936.25
3,147.50
2,263.75


28,942




21,419




10




609








205




700


Dutch .


3,220


Chilean


420


July, 1921


42


78,594


99,714


136,403


82,573


94,585.33


55,525


June, 1921


53


117,044


149,446


190,457


117,636


142,071.96


129,973




62




172,561


231,426


140,718




176,093








.







PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.










British


20
12

3
3

2
2

1
1


36,594
34,137
3,699
9,846
6,049
3,608
4,326
1,603


48,626
40,367
7,742
11,422
8,060
6,250
4,363
3,057


61,638
50,043
12,452
15,566
10,530
7,612
5,923
2,655


37,126
32,646
6,277
9,810
6,496
4,560
3,763
1,625


$42,253.63
37,586.95
4,623 75
8,555.25
7,561.25
4,510 00
5,235.60
2,003.75


36,270
33,016




4,284




820




2,804




695




4,000


Dutch


2,479


July, 1921


44


99,862


129,887


166,419


102,303


112,330.18


84,368


June, 1921


48


101,952


133,379


173,595


105,412


117,073.95


112,825


July 1920


52




166,017


222,986


137,644




96,004











CLASSIFICATION OF COMMERCIAL TRAFFIC. 1

A statement of this month's commercial traffic, classified (1) according to the na-
tionality of the various ships passing through the Panama Canal and (2) segregating
laden and unladen vessels, is shown in the following tabulations:



Nationality.



Atlantic

to
Pacific.



Pacific

to
Atlantic.



Total.



Number and nationality of commercial vessels passing through the Canal:

British

Chilean

Danish "

Dutch

French

Italian

Japanese

Mexican

Norwegian

Panaman

Peruvian

Swedish

United States . . . . .~



Total, July, 1921
Total, June, 1921 .
Total, July, 1920.



105



103



United States equivalent net tonnage of commercial vessels passing through
the Canal, by nationality:

British 124 ,878

Chilean M"

Danish 17,4^2

Dutch §,992

French 3.638

Italian 3,149

Japanese *• < '*'

Mexican 5 "*

' Commercial traffic includes all ocean-going vessels transiting the Canal, excepting vessels owned or chartered by the
United States Government.



107



82
3
7
4
3
4

12
4
5
1
5
3

73



101



lis



206
192
225



121,301
3,608
9,944
7.006
4,326
6,049
17,176



246,179

5,419

27,416

13,998

7,964

9,198

50,917

564



26



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



Nationality.


Atlantic

to
Pacific.


Pacific

to
Atlantic.


Total.


United States equivalent net tonnage of commercial vessels passing through
the Canal, by nationality — Continued:


8,927

69

2,495

2,248

118,346


9,846


18,773




69




3,699

6,719

138,435


6,194




8,967




256.781






Total July 1921


324,330


328,109


652,439






Total June, 1921


336,515


277,379


613,894






Total July 1920


295,834


409,809


705,643






Panama Canal net tonnage of commercial vessels passing through the
Canal, by nationality:


151,882

3,182

21,007

9,618

4,170

3,600

37,455

348

10,680

69

5,356

4,089

151,595


148,195
6,250

12,120
9,669
4,363
8,060

19,770


300,077




9,432




33,127




19,287




8,533




11,660




57,225




348




11,422


22,102




69




7,742
10.129
169,842


13,098




14.218




321,437






Total July 1921


403,051


407,562


810,613






Total June, 1921


415,302


346,175


761,477






Total July 1920


361,850


494,948


856,798






Registered gross tonnage of commercial vessels passing through the Canal,
by nationality:
British


192.822

3,798

26,279

10,685

5,796

5,355

49,558

1,104

14,103

123

8,049

3,767

187,231


188,063
7,612
15,216
11,039
5,923
10,530
26,274

15,566


380,885




11,410




41,495


Dutch


21,724




11,719




15,885




75,832




1,104




29,669




123




12,452

10,877

210,580


20,501




14,644




397,811






Total, July, 1921


508,670


514,132


1,022,802


Total, June, 1921 . :


520,884


439,973


960,857


Total, July, 1920


469,188


639,891


1,109,079


Registered net tonnage of commercial vessels passing through the Canal,
by nationality:


120,753

2,272

17,508

7,069

3,689

3,160

32,483

476

8,915

72

4,187

2,865

118,314


119,366
4,560
9,717
7,062
3,763
6,496
16,954


240,119




6,832




27,225


Dutch


14,131




7,452




9,656




49,437




476




9,810

6,277

8,233

136,367


18,725




72




10,464




11,098




254,681






Total, July, 1921


321,763


328,605


650,368






Total, June, 1921


331,420


279,071


610,491


Total, July, 1920 •


295,519


407,432


702,951


Tolls levied against commercial vessels passing through the Canal, by
nationality:
British


$153,563.26
2,263.75
19,428.61


$149,948.83
4,510.00
12,430 00


$303,512.09




6,773.75




31.858.61



THE PANAMA CANAL RFXORD



27



Nationality.


Atlantic

to
Pacific.


Pacific

to

Atlantic.


Total.


Tolls levied against commercial vessels passing through the Canal, by
nationality — Continued:
Dutch


$8,740.00

10,627.50

5,876.25

41,626.80

433.65

9,267.21

51.75

3,118.75

2,810.00

147,412.65


$8,757.50
5,235.60
7,561.25

21,302.55


$17,497.50




15,863.10




13,437.50




62,929.35




433.65




8,555.25


17,822.46




51 75




4,623.75

8,398.75

167,959.45


7,742.50




11,208.75




315,372.10






Total, July, 1921


405,220.18


399,282.93


804,503.11






Total, June, 1921


410,829.32


335,421.05


746,250.37






Total, July, 1920


364,740.49


477,571.56


842,312 05






Tons of cargo carried by commercial vessels passing through the Canal, by
nationality:
British


94,119

420

7,051

4,811

205

700

39,236

10

5,400

609

2,181

103,698


145,731
695
21,520
13,156
4,000
2,804
29,148


239,850




1,115


Danish


28,571


Dutch


17,967


French


4,205


Italian


3,504




68,384




10


Norwegian


820

" 4,284

15,861

212,523


6,220


Peruvian


4,893


Swedish ....


18,042


United States


316,221






Total, July, 1921


258,440


450,542


708,982







Total, June, 1921


359,584


335,136


694,720







Total, July, 1920


398,317


488,497


886,814






A further classification of the above commercial traffic:
Cargo-carrying vessels —
Laden


87
10
3
2

2

1


6


179


Ballast


16


Trawlers




Yachts




2


Warships


3


5


Cable repair ship


1




i




Total commercial vessels


105


101


206






Tonnage of above vessels, Panama Canal net measurement:
Cargo-carrying vessels —
Laden


375,512

26,299

261

29


377,179
30,383


752,691

56,682

261


Ballast


Trawlers


Yachts




Cable repair ship


950
16 040






Displacement tonnage —
Warships


.? 744










Tolls paid on above ships:
Cargo-carrying vessels —
Laden


1374,223.30

21,777.63

37.50

21.75

8,020.00

1,140.00


$374,267.75
22,143.18


$748,491.05


Ballast


Trawlers


37 50


Yachts






Warships


2,872.00




Cable ship










Total tolls, commercial vessels


8405,220.18


$399,282.93


$804 503 11






Motor ships through the Canal


9
35,789


7
17,598


16


Panama Canal net tonnage of above . . .


53,387




Sailing vessels through the Canal •.'.-.'.


6
1,633




8


Panama Canal net tonnage of above




1 633








Cargo carried bv commercial vessels .


258,440


450,542


708,982




Average rate of tolls per cargo ton 2 .


$1.53
1.44


$0.88
0.83


$1.12
1 05


Average rate of tolls per cargo ton^







Including 4 trawlers



Including cargo-carrying ships in ballast.



J Laden vessels only.



28



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



CLASSIFICATION OF NONCOMMERCIAL TRAFFIC.'

The following statement shows the tonnage of, and amount of cargo carried by
United States Government vessels passing through the Panama Canal during the
month of July, 1921. This traffic passes through the Panama Canal free of tolls;
if tolls had been assessed against these vessels, however, at commercial rates, the
amounts collected would have been as indicated below.

In this statement is also included the number and tonnage of launches transiting
the Canal, together with tolls collected thereon. Although paying tolls they are
included in the noncommercial traffic, being small nonseagoing vessels of under 10
tons measurement.





Atlantic

to
Pacific.


Pacific

to
Atlantic.


Total.


United States Navy vessels:
Battleships


3




3


Cruisers


1
1
2
3
1
2


1




1


2




2


Submarine chasers


3


6


Tug


1


Colliers




2








Total naval vessels


7


10


17






United States Army vessels:

Mineplanter




1


1




I


1








Total Army vessels


1


1


2






Vessels chartered to carry Government supplies


3

2


1

3


4


Panaman Government vessels


5






Total vessels through Canal free of tolls


13


15


28






Tonnage of above vessels:
Displacement tonnage —

Naval vessels


88,117


6,907

13,099

403

5,259

30


95.024


Panama Canal net tonnage —

Naval vessels


13,099


Army vessels


10

10,184

90


413


Vessels with Government supplies. . . .


15,443


Panaman Government vessels


120






Total Panama Canal net tonnage. .


10.284


18,791


29,075






Cargo carried by above vessels:




2,200
668


2,200


Vessels with Government supplies


15,684


16,352






Total cargo through Canal free of tolls


15,684


2,868


18,552






Tolls which above vessels would have paid if assessed at commercial rates:
Naval vessels


544,058.50
7.20
10,226.70
• 64.80.


818,497 50

290.16

6,310.80

21.60


$62,556 00


Army vessels


297 36


Vessels with Government supplies


16,537.50


Panama Government vessels


86.40






Total


54,357.20


25,120.06


79,477.26






Launches through the Canal


2
5

$5.55


1
1

SO. 75


3


Net tonnage of above, Panama Canal measurement


6


Tolls collected on above


$6.30







1 Vessels, barges, tugs, launches, etc., in the service of The Panama Canal are not included in this statement of
traffic.

STATEMENT OF TERMINAL OPERATIONS.

Details of the business transacted at the Atlantic and Pacific terminals of the
Panama Canal are shown in the following tabulation:





Cristobal.


Balb


>a.


Total.


Vessels passing through the Canal:


105
11
2
2




101 ,
12
3

1 [


206




23




5




3








120




117


237



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



29





Cristobal.


Balboa.


Total.


Tonnage of above vessels:

Panama Canal net measurement —


403,051

10,194

90

5


407,502

18,761

30

1


810,613




28,955




120




6


Displacement tonnage —


16,040
88,117


5,744
6,907


21,784




95,024


Cargo carried by above vessels:


tons . .

tons . .

tons . .

tons. .


258,440
15,684


450,. 542

2,868


708,982
18,552




274,124


453,410


727,534




459


3,252


3,711


Vessels entering port but not transiting Canal:


53
50


7
7


60




57


Registered gross tonnage of above:


219,729
213,381


34,607
34,307


254,336




247,688


Registered net tonnage of above:


137,318
133,389


23,176

22,876


160,494




156,265


Vessels transiting the Canal and handling passengers or cargo at port:


50
47


49
50


99



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