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Volume XVII. Balboa Heights, C. Z., December 12, 1923. No. 18.

Record Week's Traffic Through Canal.

During the week from December 2d to the 8th, inclusive, there were
52 transits of the C*anal from the Pacific to the Atlantic and 72 from
the Atlantic to the Pacific, a total of 124 transits. In this number are
included one United States government vessel from the Pacific to the
Atlantic, and two small launches and 4 United States government
vessels from the Atlantic to the Pacific, leaving 117 commercial tran-
sits for the week. This is a daily average of commercial transits of
16.71 and on all transits of 17.71 and is believed to be the largest
week's business since the opening of the Canal.

The Panama Canal net tonnage for the week was 622,323 tons, tolls*
collected $571,665.45, and cargo carried 646,499 tons. Daily averages
for the week were: Net tonnage, 88,903 tons, Panama Canal measure-
ment; tolls, $81,666.49; cargo carried, 92,357 tons. At such a rate,
traffic in a month of 31 days would amount to 518 commercial vessels,
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99,519


119,237


77,505


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6,991
1,345
4,314
4,107
25,665


40,417
9,377
2,113
4,663
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31,753


14,068

14.599

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6,583

43,148


8,625
7,862
1,335
4,219
4,121
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5,392.50
3,437.76

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63,056


86,533


51,744


55,723.07


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3,514
4,988

18,422
3,478
3,569


37,440
4,395
6,740

24,213
4,422
4,403


48,336
5,789
8,241

28,614
5,514
5,614


30,973
3,381
4.992

18,200
3,474
3,421


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64,157


81,613


102,108


64,444


64,636.32


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1,709

15,349
7,269
8,537
3,331

11,205


36,977
2,460

20,124
8,336

13,534
3,975

12,925


45,647
2,864
24,688
11,614
16,048
5,493
17,787


28,563
1,690

15,545
7,401
9,680
3,275

11,999


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9.086.25

10,671.25
4,163.75

10,369.39


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Italian


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Spanish


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21


76,538


98,331


124,141


78,153


91,670.59


41,094


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34,681
4,309


45,876
4,944


54,3.38
6,848


34,806
4,280


43,351.25
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50,820


61,183


39,086


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4,777


45,311

5,472


56,930
7,499


37,332
4.776


46,273.75
5,971.25


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41,796


50,783


64,429


42,108


52,245.00


37,576




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2
3


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4.072
7,474

12,373


27,259
4,661
9,309

12,463


35,475

6,430

12,038

14,176


21,589
4,117
7,422
8,722


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3,355.92
6,702.48

10,906.35




Dutch




Japanese




Norwegian








Totals


9


43,.54i)


53,692


68,119


41,850


41.519.44








From Europe to Canada:

British


5
1
2
1


22,386
4,257
6,572
4,909


27,737
5,341
9,121
6,732


35,608
6,650

10,479
8,109


22,421
4,247
6,452
4,883


23,316.05
5,321.25
8,215.00
6,136 25


4,905
4 512


Danish


French


9,824
5 601


German






Totals


9


38.124


48,931


60,846


38,003


42,988.55


24,842




From Canada to AutlrnlnMa:
British


2

I
2


6,542

1,875
3,021


8,282

2,149
5,910


10,738

2,733
9,361


6,565

1,723
5,100


8,177.50

1,547.28
3,776.25


10,648
987


South America cooMwise:
Norwegian...
Peruvian


Totals


3


4,896


8,059


12,094


6,823


5,323 53


987



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



265



ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC— Continued.



Route and registry.



From United Statei to Canada:

British

United States



No. of
vessels.



Totals

From Mexico to CeiUral America:

United States '• ■

From Europe to Far East:

British

From South America to Far East:

Japanese

From Europe to Central America:

German

From United States to Balboa:

United States

From Canada to United States:

United States

From Cristobal to South Amirica:

British

Colombian



TONNAGE.



United

States

equivalent.



3,102

7,748



10,850



Totals.



From Cristobal to Central America:

British

Panaman



Panama

Canal

net.



3,753
10,310



Registered
gross.



14,063



2,350


2,326


6,798


8,885


3,677


4,118


3,925


4,082


4,399


5,049


5,100


6,087


740
735


766

747



4,931
12,600



Registered
net.



ToUs.



3,166

7,748



17,531

3,099

10,893

5,853

5.463

7,246

8,213

1,360
1,881



10,914



Tons
of cargo.



$2,702.16
9,685.00



12,387.16



2,364

6,791

3,621

3,960

4,399

5,108

802
1,313



2,791.20
8,497.50
4,596.25
4,898.40
5,498.75
4,382.64



Totals.



From Cristcbal to United States:

British

United States



Totals.



From South America to United
States:

British

United States



Totals.



From Mexico to South America:

British

United States



Totals.



From Mexico to United States:

British

United States



Totals.



From Canada to South America:
British



10,180



10,180



Totals, November, 1923
Totals, November, 1922
Totals, November, 1921



PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.



United States intercoastal:

United States

From South America to United
States:

British

Chilean

Danish

Japanese

Norwegian

Peruvian

United States



Totals.



106



i
1
1
1
1
1
10



19



485,950



15,421
3,512
3,585
4,338
2,717
2,516

29,664



61.763



598,239



19,013
4,705
4,418
4,704
4,230
3,084

35,504



75.658



767,628



26,382
7,310
5,702
5,864
4.341
3,829

52,931



106,359



484,430



16,134
3,976
3,583
4,259
2.723
2,441

29,482



62,598



605,711.90



19,278.25
4,390.00
4,481.25
5,422.50
3.396.25
3,145.00

36,936.35



4,688
6,326
3,545
2.471
6.250




976,973



23,769
5,43ft
8,750
8,405
8,250
5,8o}

84,571



77.047.60 I 145,014



266



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC— Continued.





No. of
vessels.


TONNAOB.


Tolls.




Route and registry.


United

States

equivalent.


Panama

Candl

net.


Registered
gro.ss.


Registered
net.


Tons
of cargo.


From South America to Criilobd:
British


"7
3

1


677

735

1,515


694

747

2,959


1,249
1,881
4,617


702
1,313
2,427


$825.15

887.75

1,893.75


616


Colombian


1,032


Peruvian


3,185






Totals





2,927


4,400


7,747


4,442


3,606,65


4,833






From United States lo Europe :
British


7
1
1
1
2
1
1
3


29,136
4,223
4,380
4,909
8,534
3,003
2,253

10,517


35,654
5.303
4,317
6,680
9,3Si
3,886
4,019

14,669


46,939
5,296
5,351
8,116

11,656
4,894
3,745

17,299


29,157
3,311
3,339
4,887
8,452
3,054
2,858

10,513


36,420.00
5,278.75
5,199.60
6.136.25

10.667.50
3.753.75
2,816.25

13.146.25


49,312


Danish


8.888


French


0,329


German


9,026


Japanese


15,543


Norwegian


5,900


Swedish


5,207


United States


24,489






Totals


17


66,955


83,863


103,296


65,571


83.418.35


124,754






From Canada t» Europe:

British


4
1
2
1

1


12,. 540
5,763
8,963
4,268
4,509


16,300
7,619
9,937
4.658
5,637


19.769
9.338

12,438
5,827
7,116


12,465

5,808

7,791

4,228

. 4,493


15.675.00
7,203.75

11,112.45
5,335.00
5,636.25


20,075


Dutch


9,750


French


15,158


Japanese


7 , 649


Norwegian


9,300






Totals


9


36,043


44,151


54,488


34,785


44,962.45


67,933






From South America lo Europt:
British


7
1
4
2

1


26,102
4,326

13,849
6,011
4,120


33,138
4,363

16,638
7,748
5,518


42,748

5,903

19,948

10,164

7,578


26,347
3,743

12,241
5,912
4,402


32,627.50
5,235.60

17,028.30
7,513.75
5,150.00


42,785


French


6,697


German


20,732


Italian


9.321


Spanish


989






Totals...'


15


54,408


67,405


86,341


52,545


67,555.15


80,524


Fr»m United States to Cristobal:
British


1

2


4,088
2,499


4,741
3.142


6,163
4,127


3,606
2,470


5,110.00
3.123.75


8,053


United States


774






Totals


3


6,587


7.883


10,290


6,076


8,233.75


8,827






From United States to Mexico:
British


5
1

1


36.895
4,641
4,418


40,808
5,521
5,043


56.496
7,283
6,987


36,937
4,580
4,422


45,767.90
5,801.25
5,522.50


73,706
9,26S
9,700


Dutch


■ Norwegian




Totals


7


45,954


51,372


70,766


45,939


57,091.65


92,674




From Central America to Cris-
tobal:
British


3

5

1


1,934

24,908
2,711


2,176

30,264
3.972


3.426

39,712
4,439


1,954

25,021
3,380


2,417.50

31,135.00
3,388.75


587


From Australasia to Europe:
British


32,325
7,000


Swedish




Totals


6


27,619


34.236


44,151


28,401


34,523.75


39,325




From Canada to West Indies:
Norwegian


1
1

1

1
1

1
2

1

1
1


832
4,403
2,350

923
5,004
2,568
6,469

4,445

5.259
4,570


1,121
5,494
2.326

950
5.879
3.273
9.905

4,415

5,686
5,587


1,648
7,178
3,099

1,768

8,461

4,071

10,527

5,838

6,870
7,347


811
4,413
2,364

981
5,960
2,576
0,451

4,493

5.259
4.511


1,040.00
5,503.75
1,762.50

1,140.00
6,255.00
3,210.00
8,086.25

5,298.00

6,573.75
5,712.60


1 488


■ From Australasia to Canada:
British


900


From Central America to Mexico:
United States




From west coast uf South America
to east coast of Central America
United States




From South America to Canada:
British


11,832

5,916

13,145


From South America to Egypt:
British


From Canada to United States:
United States


From Australasia to United
States:

United States

From Far East to United States:

United States


590

7,750
2.801


Jap&uese






T«t»ta


2


9,829


11,273


14,217


9,770


12,286.35


10, Ml



THE PANAMA CANAL RECOR9



267



PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC— Continued.





No. of
vessels.


TONNAGE.


Tolls.




Route and registry.


United

States

equivalent.


Panama
Canal
net.


Registered

gross.


Registered
net.


Tons
of cargo.


From South America to Mexico:
British


2

1


8,578
5.099


9,554

5,997


14,672
8,207


8,545
5,092


$6,878.88
4,317.84




United States








Totals


3


13,677


15,551


22,879


13,637


11,196.72








Totals, November, 1923


205


840,630


1,029,570


1,334,178


838,197


1,040,347.22


1,585,381


Totals, November, 1922


146


509,920


642,317


806,293


505.556


628,106.06


925,482


Totals, November, 1921


99


322,430


403,394


512,416


323,278


394,839.63


468,759



Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Cristobal for Week Ending December 8, 1923.



Name of vessel.



Line or charterer.



Arrived.



Departed.



Cargo-



Discharged Laded



Corinto

Ulua

Ehiendes

Bennekom

Panama

Zacapa

Gen. 0. H. Ernst....

President Hayes

Sieania

Lima

Huallaga

Pellerin de Latouche.

Toloa

Author

San Bruno

Radames

Santa Tecla

Tivives

Saramacca

Zacapa

Ivcrnia

Eupatoria

Lochgoil

Junin

Oopesa

Antinous

Balboa

Amersfoort



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