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United States coastwise ports

United States and Far East

Europe and United States

United States and South America

Europe and South America

Cristobal and South America

Europe and Australasia

United States and Australasia

Europe and Canada

Mexico and South America

United States and Canada

Miscellaneous

Totals



Atlantic to Pacific.



August,
1922.



July,
1922.



Angust,
1921.



Panama Canal net tonnage.



24,831

6,427

31,993



15,812
14,149
32,788



611,862 574,231 487,219



9,587

4,735

44,456



Tons of cargo carried.



158,098
140,316
33,258
28,246
43,968
3,747
35,736
27,630
10,654
42,800
6,440
25,868



150,379
163,433
41,591
19,774
27,514
2,744
15,741
30,525
4,913
29,590
20,291
35,917



556,761 542,412 317,970



55,387

112,454

684

10,949

23,500

3,443

16,266

31,150

8,828

17,718

2

37, -589



Pacific to Atlantic.



August,
1922.



July,
1922.



August,
1921.



Panama Canal net tonnage.



4,822
11,075
22,132



15,542
16,418
22,731



472,271 553,640 478,057



4,274

7.304

36,883



Tons of cargo carried.



164,150
45,833
62,674
127,238
73,800
4,459
33,609
1,465
54,263



11,712
29,986



609,189



153,052
57,846

138,716
86,771
76,851
7,068
36,769
14,362
56,084



20,892
20,277



668,688



129.792

29,308

174.198

47.717

45,625

8,490

. 54.877

1,585

17,702



5,962
6,047



521.303



Under the present dual method of assessing tolls, the revenue from this source
was $1,055,336.75. Had the net tonnage as determined by the Panama Canal
rules of measurement been used throughout as a basis for collecting tolls, the revenue
would have been increased by $233,015.55. The additional tolls would have been
contributed by nationality of vessels as follows:





Atlantic

to
Pacific.


Pacific

to
Atlantic.


Total.


British


$41,678.74

4,325.35

.25

2,591.50

4,. 547. 50

2,359.95

235.70

5,186.05

6,196.05

6,323.70

1,411.55

49,965.74


126,176.40
1,554.65

' i;406!65'
5,643.50
1,424.30
2,711 75
2,748.65
4,597.00
4,965 50


$67,855.14


Chilean .


5.880.00


Costa Rican


.25


Danish


3,997.55


Dutch

French . .

German


10,191.00
3,784.25
2,947.45
7,934.70




■ 10,793.05


Peruvian


11,289.20




1,411.55


United State?




infi.931 41






Totals


124,822.08


108,193.47


233,015.55







The additional tolls which would have been assessed against vessels of United States
registry would have been distributed among the following channels of trade:



Atlantic

to
Pacific.



Pacific

to
Atlantic.



Total.



United States coastwise ports

United States and Canal Zone ports

United States and United States possessions.

United State.s and foreign ports

Between foreign ports



$33,030.00
528.10



16,416.94
' (9.30)



$37,588.90

528.10

1,088.70

17,759.97



$70,618.90

1,056.20

1,088.70

34.176.91

■ (9.30)



Totals 49,965.74



56,965.67



106,931.41



' Credit; tolls on vessel in ballast at the rate of 75 cents per net ton U. S. measurement.

Of the additional $233,015.55 revenue that would have been collected by using the
Panama Canal rules of measurement exclusively, $15,114 represents the additional
tolls that would have been collected on account of deck cargo.

RATIO OF CARGO TONNAGE TO NET TONNAGp BY NATIONALITY OF VESSELS.

The ratio of cargo tonnage to net tonnage, Panama Canal measurement, for
vessels transiting the Canal in August is shown in the following table, segregated by



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



93



nationality of vessels. A marked improvement will be noted in the ratio of cargo
tonnage to net tonnage over August a year ago. In the ratios shown herewith only
laden cargo-carrying vessels have been considered.

RATIO OP TONS OP CARGO TO NET TONNAGE, PANAMA CANAL MEASUREMENT.



British

Chilean

Costa Rican .

Danish

Dutch.

French

Gennan
Japanese. . .
Norwegian . .

Peruvian

Swedish . .
United States



Average ratio, August, 1SJ22
Average ratio. July, 1922
Average ratio, August, 1921



Atlantic

to
Pacific.



Pacific

to

Atlantic.



0.95
.55
.11

1.01
.52
.72
.89
96

1,30
.17

1.33

1.17



1.28
.02




1.68
1.42
1.57
1.42
1.44
1.43
.35



1.36



1.25



Total.



1.08

.42

.11

1.34

1.04

1.14

1.32

1.17

1.51

.25

1.33

1.26



1.17
1.19
1.03



COMMODITY STATISTICS.

Record lumber shipments from the west coast of the United States and Canada,
together with a marked increase in nitrate shipments from South America were the
outstanding features noted in the compilation of commodity statistics for August.
These statistics compiled from declarations of cargo and manifests submitted by the
ships' masters, while incomplete, are indicative of the kind and quantity of the various
commodities carried by vessels transiting the Canal. From cargo declarations and
manifests submitted it was possible to classify by commodities 78 per cent of the total
cargo passing from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and 98 per cent of all cargo passing
from the Pacific to Atlantic ports. A brief summary of the principal items is shown
herewith, the figures representing tons of 2,240 pounds:



Commodity.



August,
1922.



Atlantic to Pacific.



Manufactured goods:

Iron and steel

Raikoad material

Other manufactured goods
Oils:

Crude petroleum

Refined petroleum.

Various other oils
Coal and coke —

Sulphur

Cotton, raw

Paper



Cement

General and miscellaneous



Total cargo. Atlantic to Pacific



Pacific to Atlantic.



Lumber

Nitrate

Barley

Canned goods, fish, fruit, etc
Ores:

Various other ores. .TBS.



Oils:

Crude petroleum.

Lubricating. ..

Various other oils . .

Wheat

Metals:

Copper —

Various other metals
Phosphates



111,749
20,846
27,9.39

45,319

70,911

3,983

31,175

16,402

9,719

6,858

5.778

4,909

201,173



556,761



145,213
97,438
50,689
48,253

30,350
9,178
33,757

17,343
11,249
5,121
20,355

17,705
2,793
13,650



July,
1922.



126,641

7,444

27,058

35,043
69,457
10,009
25,267



5,760

5,109

25

2,446

228,153



542,412



107,181
47,149
28,600
29,286

39,400
15,078
35,411

23,353
14,897
35,324
137,737

18.698
1,569
6,600



28.373
2,796
5,516

36,454
28,685

2,117
24,066
19,350
34,482

1,508
686

3,511
130,426



317,970



35,054
39,349
77.661
21,768



6,524-
49.406



570



2,361
80,231

17,341
4,084
(;.t).50



94



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



Commodity.



August,
1921.




Pacific to Atlantic — Continued.

Cold storage food products

Fruit, fresh and dried

Wool

Copra ;

Borax

Rice

Cotton, raw

Beans, peas, etc

Coffee

General and miscellaneous cargo

Total cargo, Pacific to Atlantic



31,653
5,192

10,468
3,115



521,3a3







TRAFFIC


BY NATIONALITY










No.

of

ships.


TONNAGE.


Tolls.




Nationality.


United

States

equivalent.


Sanama
Canal
net.


Registered.


Tons




Gross.


Net.




From Atlantic to Pacific.

British

Chilean

Casta Ptican

Danish

Dutch


46
3
1
3
3
3
2
8
7
4
1
2

58

141


165,037

6.181

43

7,332

8,122

12,999

1,444

31,911

26; 697

5.214

2,686

5,705

207,208


208,742

10,043

45

10,136

12,250

15,334

1,767

37,295

33,860

10.701

2,957

7,119

261,613


260,201

13,816

50

11,709

13,061

18,000

2,652

48.330

41,1.38

17,069

4,454

7,9.58

.327,204


162.940

7,818

35

7,250

8,099

11,109

1,504

30,948

26,549

8,704

2,681

5,950

205,157


8201,117.50

7,726.25

53.75

8.. 532. 02

10,152.50

16,040.85

1,689.82

39,567.95

31,949.07

6,517.50

2,129.04

7,131.25

244,350.82


182,291

5,489

5

8.039

6 433


French


11 100


German


1 210


Japanese


35 828


Norwegian


37 378


Peruvian

Spanish


1,845


Swedish


9 469


United States


257 674






Totals, August, 1922


480,579


611,862


765,642


478,744


576,958.32


5.56,761


Totals, July, 1922


128


454,736


574,231


722,758


453,528


549,218.11


542,412


Totals, August, 1921


120


394,295


487,219


607,852


387,071


465,017.24


317,970


From Pacific to Atlantic.
British


34
1
2

4
4
3
9
1
7
3
48


08,360
1.811
6,645

12,170

13,449
8.025

26,427
(')

17,142

4.010

189,307


124,115
3.182
7,771
16.894
14,735
10,611
29,104

20,875

8,315

236,669


1.55.397
3,798
7,943
19,302
19,949
11,946
38,151
(■■)

26,740

12,666

297.383


96,7.50
2,272
oioiO

12,080

12.681
7.1.57

26,004
(')

16.821

6.614

189.079


120,928.24

2,263.75

8,240.75

15,212.50

16,063.30

10,021.45

47.775.65

568.00

19,535.96

5,012.50

232,156.33


153 "'25


Chilean


48


Danish


13 085


Dutch


24 021


French


''3 179


German


15 110


Japanese


41 822


Mexican




Norwegian


29 942


Peruvian


2 919


United States


305 838






Totals, August, 1922


116


377,346


472,271


593.275


374,468


478,378.43


609,189


Totals, July, 1922


123


443.034


553,640


696.996


446,871


544,909.31


668,688






Totals, August, 1921


116


398,147


478,057


611,965


393,874


490,363.54


521,303


Total traffic.
British


80
4
1
5
7
7
5

17
1

14
7
1
2
106


263,397

7,992

43

13,977

20.292

26 ,'448

9,469

58,338

(')

43,830

9,224

2,686

5,705

396,515


3.32,857
13,225
45
17.907
29,144
.30,069
12,378
66,399
(')

54,735

19,016

2,957

7,119

498,282


415, .598
17,614
50
19,652
.32,363
37,949
14,598
86,481

(■;

67,878
29,735
4,454
7,958
624,587


2.59,690
10,090
35
12,260
20,179
23,790
8,661
56,952
(■)

43,370
15,318
2,681
5,950
394,236


322,045.74

9,990.00

53 . 75

16.772.77

25,365.00

32,704.15

11,711.27

87,343.60

508.00

jii^« 51,485.03

?•.•'* 11,530.00

2,129.04

7,131.25

476,507.15


335 516


Chilean


5 537


Costa Rican


5


Danish


21,124


Dutch


30 454




34 279


German


16,320
77,650




Mexican






67 320


Peruvian

Spanish

Swedish


4,764
9 469


United States


563,512




Totals, August, 1922.


257


857,925


1,084.133


1,358,917


853,212


1,055,336.75


1,165,9.50


Totals, July, 1922


251


897,770


1,127,871


1,419,754


900,399


1,094,127 42


1 211 100






Totals, August, 1921


236


792,442


965,278


1,219,817


780.945


955,380.78


8.39,273



■ Indicates a Mexican gunboat with displacement tonnaee of 1.136.



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



95



LATIN-AMERICAN TRAFFIC.

Greatly increased shipments of nitrate, crude oil, copper, sugar, and iron ore from
the west coast of South America, combined with an increase in shipments of fuel
oil, coal, iron and steel and miscellaneous manufactured goods to South American
west coast ports accounted for the considerable increase in Latin-American cargo
tonnage as compared with August, 1921. Tonnage through the Canal the past
month engaged in Latin-American trade is shown in the following tabulation, classi-
fied b}' nationality of vessels :

ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC.





No.

of

ships.


TONNAGE.


Toils.




Nationality.


United

States
equivalent.


Panama
Canal

net.


Registered.


Tons




Gross.


Net.




British

United States


18
15
4
3

2

1
1
1
1


49,367
47,894
5,214
6,181
7,128
4,063
3,262
3,645
2,686
• 1,349
1,118


60,571
.57,622
10,701
10,043
9,263
4,819
6,182
4,289
2,957
1,4.58
1,361


79,274
77,127
17,069
13,816
11,327
6,450
5,410
5,790
4,4.54
2,316
2,064


49,605
47,903
8,704
7,818
7,146
3,948
3,303
3,564
2,681
1,630
1,182


$61,708.75
53,314.14
6, 517. 50
7,726.25
8,910.00
4,445.77
4,077.50
4,556.25
2,129.04
1,686.25
1,397.50


60,249
41,829




1,845




5,489




14,007




2,700


Dmtch


3,298




1,196








2,573


Gennan


1,210






Totals, August, 1922


50


131,907


169,266


225,097


137,484


156,468.95


134,398


Totals, July, 1922


46


110.614


140,253


183,059


111,695


132,208.05


109,628


Totals, August, 1921


48


110,623


142,593


184,947


114,033


137,723.62


93.199



PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.



United States


13
20
5
3
2
2
1
1
1


48,915
43,935
12,360
4,010
4,514
4,451
2,438
2,404
1,811


57,740
56,577
14,909
8,315
7,467
5,000
2,485
2,496
3,182


75,546
72,933
19,502
12,666
7,312
6,856
2,647
2,575
3,798


48,789
44,594
12,058
6,614
4,520
4,428
1,685
1,626
2,272


60,794.55
52,896.99
13,558.46
5,012.50
5,642.50
5,563.75
2,982.00
2,995.20
2,263.75


92,347


British


64,696




18,689




2,919


Dutch


9,991


French


7,963


Danish


4,417


Gennan


3,326
48






Totals, August, 1922


48


124,838


158,171


203,835


126,586


151,709.70


204,396


Totals, July, 1922


45


127,374


161,605


216,995


131,922


153,036.64


189,467






Totak, August, 1921


46


116,107


146,490


192,066


118,531


131,986.74


106,174



A further classification of commercial trafific through the Canal during August is
shown below:





Atlantic to Pacific.


Pacific to Atlantic.




No.
of

ships.


Panama
Canal net
tonnage.


Tolls.


No.

of

ships.


Panama
Canal net
tonnage.


Tolls.


Cargo-carrying vessels:


124
15
1


570,387

41,363

103


$526,785.80

50,107.02

58.75


107

4


450,996
21,264


$447,252.60


Ballast


15,310.08


Tue






3

1
1


(■)
11


15,239.50










568.00




1


9


6.75


8.25






Totals


141


611,862


576,958.32


116


472,271


478,378.43






Steamships .v

Motor ships ': .'


130
6
3


585,062

24,875

1,813


551, .565. 32
23,180.00
2,147.50


107
2
2
3


465,976

6,140

144

(■)


456,082.68
6,322.50


Motor schooners


157.50




15,239.50


Tug


1


103


58.75


50




1
1


11


568.50




1


9


6.75


8.35






Totals.


141


611,862


576,958.32


116


472,271


478,378.43







' Displacement tonnage, 30,479.



' Displacement tonnage, 1,136.



96



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



VESSELS WITHOUT CARGO.



The number of ships without cargo transiting the Canal, exclusive of warships
and other noncargo-carrying vessels, is shown in the following tabulation:





Atlantic to Pacific. | Pacific to Atlantic.




No.

of

ships.


Panama
Canal net
tonnage.


j No.
Tolls. of
ships.


Panama
Canal net
tonnage.


Tolls.


British


}


17,225
2,166
406
5,181
2,957

41,363


$12,402.00 1
],.5,59.52 1


4,822


S3, 471. 84








292.32






Norwegian


3,730.32 1
2.129 04


5,043


3,630.96






United States


29,993.82 2


11,399


8,207.28






Totals


15


69,298


50,107.02 4


21,264


15,310.08







NONCOMMERCIAL TRAFFIC.

The following statement shows the tonnage of and amount of cargo carried by
vessels transiting the Panama Canal free of tolls during August, 1922. If tolls
had been assessed against these vessels at commercial rates, the amounts paid would
have been approximately as indicated.

The statement also shows the number and tonnage of small launches and miscel-
laneous nonseagoing craft transiting the Canal; these, although paying tolls, are
not included in the commercial traffic.



U. S. naval vessels:

Transport

Supply ships. . .

Tug

Gunboat

Submarines. .

Subtender

U. S. Army vessels:

Tanker No. 1..

Mine planter. .

Tug

Launches.

Totals



Atlantic to Pacific.



No.

of

ships.



Panama
Canal net
tonnage.



■3,908
' 4,405
'1,000



1,138
137

-595
-'22



Tolls.



§4,885.00

5,506.25

500.00



Pacific to .-Vtlantic.



No.

of



1.422.50

98.64

297.50

22.85



12 12,732.74



Panama
Canal net
tonnage.



'3,919
^2,000
'3,200
'6,668
'6.700



ToUs.



$4,898.75
1,000.00
1,600.00
3,334.00
3.3.50.00



9.00



14,191.75



' Registered net tonnage. " Displacement tonnage. ■> Panama Canal net tonnage.

The vessels listed above as transiting the Canal free of tolls carried cargo as follows:

Tons.

Atlantic to Pacific ports 6,611

Pacific to Atlantic ports 30

STATEMENT OF TERMINAL OPER.-VTIONS.

Details of the business transacted at the Atlantic and Pacific terminals of the
Panama Canal during the month of August, 1922, are shown in the following tabu-
lation :





Cristobal.


Balboa.


Total.


Local cargo arriving

Local cargo shipped

Transit cargo arriving

Transit cargo clearing

Cargo received for transshipment

Cargo transshipped


tons. .

tons. .

tons. .

tons. .

tons. .

tons .


55,525

2,627

1,146,987

1,182,047

14,514

20,63J^


15,129

2,690

1,146,484

1,160,386

135

671


70,654

5,317

2,320,471

2,342,433

14,649

21,306


Vessels supplied with bunker coal:


4


5


HO




4












59


5


64




tons . .

tons . .

tons. .




Coal supplied to above vessels:

Commercial, other than Panama Railroad


24,063
2,052


712


24,776
2.052








Total coal supplied to vessels


26,115


712


26,827



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



97





Cristobal.


Balboa.


Total.


Coal issues, miscellaneous:


tons . .


331
36
413

288


123


454


Panama Railroad Company, excepting vesseb

U. S. Army, excepting vessels

Individuals and companies


tons. .

tons. .

tons . .

tons . .


36




413

288






Total coal issues from Panama Canal deposits:

August 1922 . . .


27,183
16,267
19,964


835
8.176
1,364


28,618


Jnly,1922

August, 1921


tons. .

tons. .

tons. .

tons. .


24,443
21,328


Coal on hand, September 1, 1922

Coal on hand August 1 1922


117,783

135,371

9,595


3,279
4,114


121,062
139,485


Coal received during month


tons. .

bbb..

bbls..

bbls. .

bbls .


9,695






Fuel oil issues:

Panama Canal departments

Panama Railroad Company

Army and Navy _

Individuals and companies


6,231
263
102


17,974
164
106
180


24,205
427
208
180


bbls..

bbls..

bbls..

bbls..

bbls..

bbls..

bbls..

bbls. .






Total issues and sales


6,596


18,424


25,020


Fuel oil on hand, September 1, 1922

Fuel oil on hand, August 1, 1922


71,832
78,428


62,284
80,708


134,116
159,136


Diesel oil issued during August, 1922


69
48,638




69


887


49,525


Miscellaneous transfers


534,628
3,829


136,858
1,104


671,486
4,933


Total oil handled


545,122


156,387


701,509


Admeasurement certificates:

U. S. equivalent issued or made


26
7
9
13
14


5
1
5
5
8


31
8




14




18


U. S. equivalent tonnage corrected


22


Services of harbor equipment:


429
1,314


240
1,146


669


Launches, total operating hours




2,460


Revenues from tug service, pilotage, etc.:




$13,051.25

1,562.00

13,912 00

4.. 392 00

406.39

1,347.35


$6,472.50
1.787.00
8,. 572. 00
3,760 00
2,048.03
1,065.00


$19,523.75




3,349.00




17,484.00




8,152.00




3,054.42


Miseellaneoas cash collections


2,412.35


Ve.ssel.s repaired at Panama Canal shops:


31
5

4


11

2
18


42




7


Canal equipment '


22


Vessesls dry-docked:




1

1
2


1




2


3


Canal equipment


2




164
166


148
148


312




314







ALL VESSELS ENTERING AND CLEARING CANAL PORTS.

The following statement shows the number and tonnage of all vessels entering and
clearing the terminal ports of the Canal during August, 1922:





Port of Cristobal.


Port of Balboa.




No.

of

ships.


Registered

gross,
tonnage.


Registered

net
tonnage.


No.

of ^

ships.


Registered

gross
tonnage.


Registered

net
tonnage.


Ships entering.
AH vessels, including those transiting Canal. .
Vessels entering the port but not transiting


325

55
56


1,719,010
289,249
259,392


1,086.091
172,756
156,102


267

6

43


1,433,334
16,180
163,470


913,911
9,803


Vessels transiting Canal and handling passen-
gers or cargo


99,102



98



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD





Port of Cristobal.


Port of Balboa.




No.


' Registered


Registered


No.


Registered


Registered




of


gross


net


of


gross


net




ships.


tonnage.


tonnage.


ships.


tonnage.


tonnage.


Ships clearing.














All vessels, including those transiting Canal. .


312


1,726,132


1,085,116


267


1,444,057


920,409


Vessels entering the port but not transiting














Canal


57


310,156


187,915





15,039


8,887


Vessels transiting Canal and handling passen-














gers or cargo


57


264,5.52


158.713


43


163,586


97,795



MOVEMENT OF PASSENGERS.



The following statement shows the number of passengers arriving and embarking
at Canal ports during the month of August, 1922:





At Cristobal.


At Balboa.




First
class.


Others.


Total.


First
class.


Others.


Total.


Disembarking:

From Atlantic ports


1.044
81


597
22


1,641
103


22
139


9
22


31
161






Total disembarking


1,125


619


1,744


161


31


192


Embarking:


1,331
276


905
56


2,236
332


8
60


8
42


16


Fqr Pacific ports


102


Total embarking . .


1,607


961


2,568


68


50


118






Remaining on board vessels:

From Atlantic to Pacific ports

From Pacific to Atlartic ports

From Atlantic to Atlantic ports


801
411

597


2,210
946
103


3,011

1,357

700


751
532


2,169
1,014


2,920
1,546


From Pacific to Pacific ports




7


7














Total remaining on board


1,809


3,259


5,068


1,283


3,190


4,473


Total passengers arriving

Total passengers departing


2,934
3,416


3,878
4,220


6,812
7,636


1,444
1,351


3,221
3,240


4,665
4,591







The following is an
the month of August,



COMMISSARY S.\LES TO VESSELS.

itemized statement of commissary sales to all vessels during
1922:





Ice.


Cold

storage.


Groceries.


Laundry.


Miscel-
laneous.


Total.


Sales at Cristobal to:

U. S. .Government vessels. .
Panama Railroad vessels. .


$220.95

8.10

946.08


$2,902.42
2,520.37
14,364.93


$3,104.91

31.70

2,216.08




S165.99

747.49

1,194.04


$6,394.27
3,307.66
18,721.13








Total sales, Aug., 1922.


1,175.13


19,787.72


5,352.69




2,107.52


28,423.06


Total sales, July, 1922.


1,747.94


24,832.16


4,081.19




1,978.20


32,639.49


Total sales, .\ug., 1921.


3,306.15


23,889.06


4,859.65


}5,152.98


1,271.17


38,479.01


Sales at Balboa to:

U. S. Government vessels. .
Commercial vessels


' 16.92
383.44


361.48
6,838.15


75. 52
. 1,073.85


' 2i003!l8


179.50
535.61


630.42
10,834.23


Total sales, Aug., 1922.


400.36


7,199.63


1,146.37


2,003.18


715.11


11,464.65


Total sales, July, 1922.


466.51


13,527.72


6,697.40


629.99 '


1,535.72


22,857.34


Total sales, Aug., 1921.


1,129.88


53,711.54


7,889.82


1.013.98


998.91


64,744.13



LOCK OPERATION.



The following tabulations show the number of lockages, number of vessels pass-
ing through the locks, and the consumption of water for lockages, for the month
of August, 1922, as compared with the preceding month and with the corresponding
month of last year:



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



99



-NUMBER OF LOCKAGES.





Commercial.


Noncoimnercial.






North.


South.


Total.


North.


South.


Total.


total.


Gatun

Pedro Miguel


HI
115
114


137
139
140


248
254
254


10

16
16


2

10
9


12
26
25


260
280
279








340


416


756


42


21


63


819






Total lockages, July, 1922


359


368


727


35


28


63


^90


Total lockages, August, 1921


340


345


685


42


68


110


795



."DUMBER OF \T:SSELS PCTT THROUGH LOCKS.





Commercial.


Noncommercial.


Grand





North.


South.


Total.


North.


South.


Total.


total.


Gatun


120
118
118


146
141
141


266
259
259


33
42
41


15
17
22


48
59
63


314




318




322






Total vessels, August, 1922


356


428


784


116


54


170


954






Total vessels, July, 1922


363


375


738


66


55


121


859






Total vessels, August, 1921 .



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