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muth of IP 10', along the extension and the east line of lot No. 5, a distance of 442.6
feet to a point which is 11 feet from the southeast corner of No. 5 tank site lot; thence
on an azimuth of 307° 40', for a distance of 1,286 feet, passing through old monuments
"W" and "C," to monument "Z", the point of beginning. All as shown on map
marked "The Panama Canal, Section of Survevs," "U. S. Navy Reservation, Balboa,
Canal Zone" dated 30 October, 1923; File No. 6064-1."

All azimuths are true, zero azimuth is south.

Executive Order of 26 May, 1914, setting apart a site for the Balboa Radio Station,
and Executive Order of 28 May, 1918, transferring a portion of the Balboa Radio
Station Reservation from the control of the Secretary of the Kaxy to the control of
the Secretary of War, and Executive Order of 25 July, 1919, so far as it relates to the
transfer of a portion of the Balboa Radio Station Reservation from the control of the
Secretary of the Navy to the control of the Secretary of War, and so far as the descrip-
tion of Fort Amador contained therein is in conflict with the description of the Balboa
Radio Station Reservation as hereinbefore established, and Executive Order of 16
May, 1923, setting apart an area of land as an addition to the Balboa Radio Station
Reservation, are all hereby rescinded.

CALVIN COOLIDGE



The White House,
July 8, 1924.



[No. 4047.]



Ships at Canal Repair Shops.

The following is a report of repairs to vessels at Cristobal Shops

for the two weeks ending August 4, 1924:

Steamships -Ba-a//, dock, clean, and paint; remove old and install new circulating
and air pump; overhaul sea valves; free up davit, etc.; Acajutla, manufacture can-
vas screen for bridge, parts for tube stoppers, stop valve cover, two stop valve spindles,
and new valve for injector; repair winch, bilge pipe, two scales, ladder, hand rail, and
hand tools, etc.; General W. C. Gorgas, true up grooves in H. P. bull ring and manu-
facture two sets of snap rings; remetal and bore top half of second go-ahead eccentric
strap; repair main and auxiliary steam cross connection, fire tools, chisels, rail
stanchion, ventilator, turnbuckles, rigging pin rail, and kitchen sink; recalk poop
deck, etc.; Brian, dock, clean, and paint; clean boilers; repair circulating pump,
gangway and rudder ; cut hole in galley box, etc. ; river steamer San Francisco, manu-
facture 100 "U" bolts, two tarpaulins, 50 spokes for paddle wheel, and 15 hardwood
paddles; rebrick boilers; cover engine cylinders and steam pipes; repair rudder post,
door, and pilot house, and galley windows; test all steam gauges; install cleats on bow
and 2" planks as protection against bad weather as directed by master, etc.; steam-
ships Ulysses, repair chronometer valve for main feed pipes, brine pump, and life
chain stanchions; renew section of steam and exhaust piping to boat deck bolster.
Scale starboard side of ship; clean fireroom and boilers; manufacture 5 pipe hangers
and two brass stencils, etc.; Panama, repair scupper pipes, fire tools, sanitary line,
two gate rails, and pantry steam press: renew sections of ceiling in No. 1 hold; renew
garbage chute for main deck; dress spikes, hammers, and cargo hooks, etc.

Minor repairs — Steamships Parismina, Saint Jean, Venezuela, Ancon, Crynssen,
Jamaica, Carolyn, Pastores, San Juan, motor ship Laura C. Hall, power barge Alma
R., and launches Cabiria, and Patrol.

Ships' Chandlery Supplies.

Panama Canal storehouses stock a complete list of ships' chandlery supplies
available for sale to shipping at cost prices plus 25 per cent surcharge, which sur-
charge includes freight, handling, and other costs.



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Following are
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Panama Railroad Steamship Line.

proposed sailings of passenger vessels of the Panama Railroad



Steamer.



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General W. C. Gorgas. .

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General W. C. Gorgas. . .
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September 27i
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August 24 . .
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September 13
September 24
September 30
October 12. .
October 24 .
November 2.



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August 8

August 19. .
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September 19
September 29
October 9..
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November 9



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September 22
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August 16.
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September 6.
September 16
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' Sails 3 p. m. from Pier 65, North River, foot of West 25th Street.



Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Balboa for Week Ending July 26, 1924.



Name of vessel.


Line cr charterer.


Arrived.


Departed.


Cargo —


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Winge & Co


July 22

July 22


July 23

July 23


Tons.
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Manuel Arnus


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Postal and Cable Addresses of The Panama Canal.

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

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

The cable address of The Panama Canal, on the Isthmus, is "Pancanal, Panama;" in the United
States, "Pancanal, Washington."



Official Circulars.



Acting Governor.

The Pan.\ma Canal,
Executive Department.
B.4LB0A Heights, C. Z., .A.ugust 1, 1924.
To all concerned — Effective the 3d instant, and
during my absence from the Isthmus, Col. M. L.
Walker, U. S. A., Engineer of Maintenance, will be
Acting Governor.

Jay J. Morrow,

Governor.



In Charge of Panama Railroad Operations
on the Isthmus.

Panama Railro.\d Company,
Office of the President,
Balboa Heights, C. Z., .August 1, 1924.
To all concerned — Effective tlie 3d instant, and
during my absence from the Isthmus, Col. M. L.
Walker, U. S. \., Second Vice President, will per-
form such duties of the President as relate to the
operations of the Company on the Isthmus.

Jay J. Morrow.

President.



Cable Rates. — Dominican Republic.

Effective upon the opening of the Santo Domin-
go office, probably early in August, the following
rates will apply to the Dominican Republic:

To Santo Domingo, 50 cents per word.

To La Romana, 58 cents per word.

To all other places in the Dominican Republic,
53 cents per word.

The deferred rate will be one-half of the above,
and accepted only for SaJito Domingo.



Current Net Prices on Fuel Oil. Diesel Oil.
and Coal.

Crude fuel oil is delivered to vessels ai either
Cristobal or Balboa, from tanks of The Panama
Canal, for $2.00 per barrel of 42 gallons.

Diesel oil is sold by the Canal at $2.35 per
barrel.

Crude fuel oil and Diesel oil are also sold by
private companies with tanks at the Canal
terminals, at prices which will be quoted by them
on application. The prices at present range as
follows: Crude fuel oil, $1.90 and $2.00 per bar-
rel at Cristobal, and Balboa; Diesel oil, Balboa
only, $2.35 per barrel.

Coal is supplied to steamships. Including war-
ships of all nations, delivered and trimmed in
bunkers at $9 per ton of 2,240 pounds at Cris-
tobal and $12 at Balboa. For ships in transit
through the Canal, which are directed to take
coal at Balboa, for the convenience of The
Panama Canal, $9 per ton at Balboa. When
coal is delivered from lighters in quantities of SO
tons or more, the price is $10 per ton at Cristobal,
$13 at Balboa. For delivering lump coal for
galley use, in sacks, $12 additional per ton; but
if vessel furnishes sack§, $5 per ton additional

Effective September 1, 1924, the price of coal
will be reduced to $8.50 per ton at Cristobal and
$11.50 at Balboa.

Coal for cargo is sold only by special authority
of the Governor, at prices quoted upon applica-
tion

For trimming on deck, between decks, or
ipecial trimming in bunkers for convenience of
vessel, when requested, an additional charge of
90 cents per ton will be made for extra handling.

Deliveries of coal can be made at the rate ol
from 100 to 700 tons an hour as fast as the ships
can receive it in their bunkers. Oil deliveries
can be made up to 2,000 barrels per hour, rate
depending on gravity of oil. location of abore
tanks, and shlp^ facilities for iiandling.



INOEX.



Abrogation of Taft Agreement between United

States and Panama, 671.
Accidents, sinking of submarine 0-5 in Cristobal

harbor, 173.
Admission of persons liable to become public

charges, 148. 248.
Alhajuela Basin, transfer of , by Executive Order.

479, 691.
Anchorages, prohibited, 112, .S25.
.\nniversary, twentieth of Panama Canal, 567.
Appointments:

. Chief Quarantine Officer, 445.

Superintendent, Mechanical Division, 6.50.

Chief Health Officer, 674.
.Vround-t he-World service. 17, 122, 392.
.\ustralasia, traffic to and from, 448.
.'Vutomobiles:

Shipments through Canal, 459, 529.

Licensing, Executive Order, 60.



B.\FFLE piers, Gatun Spillway, removal of. 457.

Balboa Naval Reservation established, 741.

Ballast, vessels in — See Governor's monthly re-
ports.

Bananas;

Export from Cristobal, 225, 722, 740.
From Gatun Lake region, 197, 225.
To west coast of Canada, 740.

Beans, soya, from Vladivostok, 304.

Birth statistics. 5fe Governor's monthly reports.

Bridge, old Corozal Road, unsafe, 62.

Buildings, transfer of to War Department, 206.

Bunkering. See Coal and oil.



C.\BLE rates, 49, 424, 434. 445. 552, 640, 746.
Cable ship, transits of wit h cargo of grain deferred ,

426, 687.
Cable, submarine, full cargo of for Seattle-Alaska.

521.
Canadian intercoastal trade, 122, 566.
Canadian traffic to Europe, 495.
Cargo:

Discharged and laded at Canal ports. See

each issue.
Origin and destination of. See Governor's

monthly reports.
Fiscal year 1923, 130.
Calendar year 1923, 576.
Monthly statements, 50, 86, 166, 218, 272,

326, 394, 452. 512. 568, 644, 698.
Relative proportion by nationality, 1921-

22-23, 27.
Record, one direction, one day, 216.
Through Canal compared with foreign com-
merce of United States. 384.
United States intercoastal, relation to total,
495, 732.



Cargoes:

Large. 425, 631.

Unusual, 61, 165, 190, 250, 304, 459, 529. 599,
651.676,677, 724,735.
Cattle purchased for slaughter, 382.
Chick peas, whole cargo of, 190.
Clearances at Canal Zone ports. See Governor's

monthly reports.
Coal:

Bunkering records. 511, 566.

Prices at Los Angeles, 242.

Prices, local, 335, 347, 383, 447, 740.
Cold storage, large shipment of. 724.
Collection, museum, cargo. 61.
Collision in Cristobal Harbor, 173.
Colon, steamship, sale of, 334.
Renamed, 417.
Commissary Division, service to shipping, 521.
Commissary, sales to vessels. See Governor's

monthly reports.
Commodities through Canal:

Fiscal year 1923, 130.

Calendar year 1923, 576.

Monthly. See Governor's monthly reports
Conference of Quarantine authorities. 333.
Consular officials accredited to Cana! Zone, 729.
Court costs. Executive Order, 506.



D.\MAGES to vessels, liability for, 620, 624.

Danzig Free State, first transits of vessels of, 436-.-^

Deck hands, for transiting ships, 521.

Death statistics. See Governor's monthly reports.

Deferred cable rates, 641.

Deportation of undesirables. 148.

Desertions at Canal ports, 123.

Diseases. See Governor's monthly reports.

Dollar Line, around-the-world service, 122, 392.

Dredging. See Governor's monthly reports.

Dry dock:

Floating, Valparaiso, through Canal, 724.

Jobs. See each issue and Governor's reports.

Two vessels in at Balboa same time, 734.



Electric current, charges fordiiring absence, 650.
Electric power. See Governor's monthly reports.
Employees:

Efficiency of, 1 74, 338, 381 , 480.

Number of. See Governor's monthly reports.

Silver, quarters for, 493.

Silver, to live near work, 152.
Entries at Canal Zone ports. See Governor's

reports.
Equipment, floating for salvage operations, 696.
Examinations for Junior Engineer, Surveyor and

Recorder, 62, 489, 518, 722.
Excavation ifrom Panama Canal:

To July 1. 1923. 70.

ToMay3, 1924, 567.
Exclusion of undesirables, 148.



MR 92316—9-15-24—1,885



INDEX



Executive Orders:

Motor vehicle licenses, 60.

Exclusion of undesirable persons, 148.

Transfer of certain buildings. 206.



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