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Per cent.
35
24



Tolls.



$752,422.84
406,111.57



Per cent.
34
22



Tons

of
cargo.



854,773
364,446



Per cent.



The number, aggregate tonnage, Panama Canal measurement, tolls,
and cargo of tank ships transiting the Canal during January, 1925,
segregated by direction of transit and nationality of vessels, are shown
in the following tabulation, together with comparative totals for the
two preceding months and for the corresponding month in 1924:



Nationality.


No.

of

transits.


Panama
Canal net
tonnage.


Tolls.


Tons

of

cargo.


Atlantic to Pacific.


1

10
1
1

34


4,727

54,096

7,916

3,647

209,101


$3,403.44

41,015.52

5,699.52

2,625.84

152,506.40






8,704










8 141






Totals, January, 1925


47


279,487


205,250.72


16,845




Totals December, 1924


33


181,818


142,139.36








Totals, November, 1924


39
66


242,576


181,111.42


27,448




Totals, January, 1924


405,051


295,522.96


21 005






Pacific to Atlantic.


5
1

25


33,800

5,520

148,804


36,697 50

6,317.50

157,845.85


58,564

8,432

280,605










31


188,124


200,860.85


347,601




Totals, December, 1924


46
35


275,724


282,352.89


492,737




Totals, November, 1924


224,290


228,910.41


408,608




Totals January, 1924


76


443,239


456,899.88


833,768





Of the total tanker traffic shown above, the following is a summary
of the vessels giving Los Angeles as their port of origin or destination,
with the totals for the two preceding months, and for January, 1924:



372



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



No.

of

transits.



Panama
Canal net
tonnage.



Tolls.



Tons

of
cargo.



To Lot Angeles.

January, 1925

December, 1924

November, 1924

January, 1924

From Los Angeles

January, 1925

December, 1924

November, 1924

January, 1924



193,222
140,390
194,533
387,815



$139,508.10
101,236.98
140,730.96
279,992.01



150,054
222,959
181,144
415,194



160,870.85
229,218.54
183,493.55
430,324.95



280,136
416,159
329,283
801,083



Comparison of Tanker and General Cargo Traffic for 1923 and 1924.

During the calendar year 1924, there were 1,320 transits of tank ships
through the Canal, paying $7,127,218.93 in tolls, and carrying
8,050,846 tons of cargo. This represents about 27 per cent of the
total commercial traffic through the Canal for the calendar year 1924.
During the calendar year 1923, tank ships comprised about 34 per
cent of the total traffic. The decline in this traffic during the past
year is due to the falling off of shipments of California crude oil.

In the following tabulation is shown a comparison of the tanker
traffic with the general cargo traffic for the past two years, showing
daily averages for each class of traffic :



No.

of

transits.


Panama
Canal net
tonnage.


Tolls.


Tons

of

cargo.


1,320
1,704


7,991,887
10,079,921


$7,127,218.93
8,967,647.41


8,050,846
9,625,714


3.6
4.67


21,836
27,616


19,473.27

24,568.89


21,997
26,372


3,573
3,333


16,419,873
14,657,516


15,682,197.41
13,999,190.77


17,841,288
15,534,831


9.76
9.01


44,863
40,157


42,847.57
38,353.95


48,747
42,561



Tank ships:

Calendar year, 1924
Calendar year, 1923

Daily average:

Calendar year, 1924
Calendar year, 1923

General cargo ships:
Calendar year, 1924
Calendar year, 1923

Daily average:

Calendar year, 1924
Calendar year, 1923



Increase in German Shipping Through Canal.

During the calendar year 1924, there were 165 transits of vessels
of German registry through the Panama Canal, with a combined
Panama Canal net tonnage of 728,347, on which tolls of $666,450.09
were paid.

In the statistics of traffic through the Panama Canal during the cal-
endar year 1924, by nationality, as published in The Panama Canal
Record under date of January 21, 1924, it may be seen that German
shipping ranked fourth in number of transits, tonnage, and cargo
during the past year, being exceeded- only by vessels of United States,
British, and Japanese registry.

German shipping through the Canal has grown rapidly during the
past four years as may be seen by the following tabulation :



Calendar year.



1921
1922
1923
1924



No.
of

transits.



13
62
124
165



Panama
Canal net
tonnage.



30,905
219,018
508,703
728,347



Tolls.



$30,870.85
211,240.37
464,982.68
666,450.09



Tons

of
cargo.



30,951
222,898
523,100
847,039



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



373



In order of importance as to number of transits and volume of ton-
nage, German shipping through the Canal ranked thirteenth in 1921,
sixth in 1922, fifth in 1923, and fourth in 1924.

At present, the greater part of the German shipping through the
Canal is handled by three lines, viz., the Hamburg- American, the
Roland Line, and the Kosmos Line. The principal trade routes
covered by German vessels are between Europe and the west coast of
North and South America, the South American trade predominating
at the present time.

Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Cristobal for Week Ending February 7, 1925.



Name of vessel.



Line or charterer.



Arrived.



Departed.



Cargo-



Discharged! Laded.



Napoli . .
Jamaica.
Ninian .
Heredia.



Amassis

Santa Luisa. . .

San Bias

Saint Andre...

Turrialba

Lake Flattery.

Heredia

Alda

Tivives

Venezuela

Dinteldijk

Magellan

Acajutla

Santa Marta. .
Calamarea. . . .

Mantaro

Ebro

Cavina

Radames



Italian Line

Pacific Steam Navigation Co

Leyland Line

United Fruit Co

Panama Railroad Steamship Line.

Kosmos Line

Grace Line

United Fruit Co

French Line

United Fruit Co

Panama Railroad Steamship Line.

United Fruit Co

Roland Line

United Fruit Co

Royal Netherlands W. I. Mail. . . .

Holland-American Line

Pacific Steam Navigation Co

Pacific Steam Navigation Co

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

Peruvian Line

Pacific Steam Navigation Co

Elders & Fyffes, Ltd

Koamos Line



February 1.
February 1.
February 1.
February 2.
February 3.
February 3.
February 3.
February 3.
February 4.
February 4..
February 4..
February 4.
February 4. .
February 4.
February 5.
February 5.
February 5.
February 6.
February 6. .
February 6.
February 7.
February 7.



February 1.
February 7..
February 3..
February 1..



Tons.



February 3.
February 3.
February 4.
February 4.
February 5.
Februray 6.
February 4. .
February 4. .
February 5.
February 5.
February 6.
February 6.



February 5.
February 7.



February 7.
February 7.



922
k 124
2,355

83

10
112
631
379
119

78
211
227
147

77
510
(■)
200
929
219

30
170



Tons.
745J
831
303
139



66
196
114

L68
8



(')



266



577
227



1,351

288


10
(0J



No cargo discharged.



: No cargo laded.



Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Balboa for Week Ending February 7, 1925.



Name of vessel.


Line or charterer.


Arrived.


Departed.


Cargo —


Discharged


Laded.




U. S. Army


February 2. . . .

February 2

February 5

February 5

February 6

February 6


February 3

February 3. . . .


Tons.
193
281


Tons.
125












10






February 5

February 6

February 7


10,100
38

77























Ships' Chandlery Supplies.

Panama Canal storehouses stock a complete line 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.



Information from American Consuls.

The Consular officers of the United States at seaports all over the world are ex officio representatives
of The Panama Canal for the purpose of furnishing information to shipping and allied interests as to
conditions, charges, etc., at the Panama Canal affecting the operation of ships. The current publications
of The Panama Canal of interest to shipping are furnished to the Consular officers and filed for reference.

It is not desired that inquiries of a general nature be addressed to the Consular officers, or that they
be burdened with requests which should be made direct to The Panama Canal; but ships' operators who
may not be sufficiently advised as to charges, supplies, facilities, etc., at the Canal will often save time
by applying to the nearest American Consul.



374



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



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377



Commercial Traffic Through the Panama Canal in January, 1925, by

Trade Routes.

ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC.







TONNAGE.


Tolls.




Route and registry.


No. of

vessels.


United

States

equivalent


Panama
Canal
net.


Registerec
gross.


Registered
net.


Tons
of cargo.


United States intercoastal:

United States

East coast of United States to
west coast of South
America:
British


67

7
1
1
3
5
15


286,980

22,813
3,479
5,420
14,729
16,280
54,108


362,270

28,380
4,672
7,916
14,901
20,247
62,441


455,298

35,227
7,310

8,988
19,790
23,086
92,866


286,201

21,889
3,976
5,173
14,536
14,134
54,332


$303,907.27


174,669


Chilean




Danzig


5,699.52
11,046.75
15,406.14
49,818.86




Japanese




Norwegian


1,323
12,943


United States




Totals


32


116,829


138,557


187,267


114,040


110,727.96


26,443




East coast of United States to
Far East:
British


7
6
7


27,276
23,877
31,624


36,871
29,961
42,524


42,352
38,283
49,370


26,797
23,402
31,670


34,095.00
29,846.25
39,530 00


41,198
35,571
41,504


Japanese


United States




Totals


20


82,777


109,356


130,005






118,273






Europe to west coast of South
America:
British


5
4
2

4
3
1


18,886
11,522

7,204
14,221
10,582

2,960


23,709
15,965

8,251
19,196
12,151

3,729


30,603
18,223
11,477
23,074
16,564
5,087


19,014
11,543
7,289
14,279
9,925
3,000


23,607 50
14,402.50

9,005.00
17,776.25
13,227.50

3,700 00


16,234
18,028
2,276
16,778

3,097


Dutch


French




Italian


Spanish






Totals


19


65,375


83,001


105,028


65,0.50


81,718.75


57,174




Europe to west coast of United
States:
Argentine


1

1
2
1
1
1
3


4,101
34,157
4,219
9,588
3,066
4,172
4,613
14,502


4,727
42,768
5,317
11,425
3,647
4,254
5,049
18,452


6,702
55,434
6,645
13,665
5,088
5,828
5,748
23,401


4,011
34,078
4.244
8,458
2,889
3,630
4,269
14,404


3,403 44
31,149.52
5,273 75
• 11,767 85
2,625.84
5,104.80
3,635.28
14,616.62




British


1,400

8,773


Danish




Irish




Italian


6,500


Norwegian


United States


8,141




Totals


19


78,418


95,639


122,511


75,983


77,577.10


31,011




Europe to Australasia:


9
1


57,026
4,287






57,485
4,332


71,282.50
5,358.75


55,082
2,943


French


5,364 7,129




Totals


10


61,313


80,701 j 99,013


61,817


76,641.25


58,025




Europe to west coast of Can-
ada:

British


6
1
1
1


23,576
4,860
4,249
3,430


32,776
6,060
4,984
5,533


38,213
7,651
6,713
5,554


23,633

4,796
4,198
4,225


29,470.00
6,075.00
5,311 25
4,287.50


22,609
4,119
1,793


Dutch


French






4,143


Totals


9

7
2


36,115


49,353


58,131


36,852


45,143.75


32,664




East coast of United States to

Australasia:

Pritish


29,962
8,755


43,114
8,775


48,162
11,893


30,521
8,672


37,452.50
10,530.00




United States


10,508




Totals


9


38,717


51,889


60,055


39,193










Cristobal to west cftast of
South America:
Colombian


1

2 1 134 1 154

3 1 1,753 | 1,976


306


136


139.19
1,710 17




Norwegian


40






M


Totals




, ,













378



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD






ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC— Continued.








No. of
vessels.


TONNAGB.


Tolls.




Route and registry.


United

States

equivalent.


Panama
Canal
net.


Registered
gross.


Registered
net.


Tons
of cargo.


South American intercoastal


4

1


5,493
1,916


9,844
2,637


14,821
3,472


7,783
2,219


16,866.25
1,898.64


3,725










Totals


5


7,409


12,481


18,293


10,002


8,764.89


3,725






Criftoba! to wcetrcast of Cen-
tral America:
British


4

1
2


2,538

2,762
7,700


2,769

3,647
10,728


4,606

4,443
12,265


2,560

2,777
7,584


3,151.40

2,625.84
9,625.00


3,418


iiact coast of United States to
west coast of Canada:






15.117






Totals


3


10,462


14,375


16,708


10,361


12,250.84


15,117






Weet Indies to west coast of
South America:


1

2


5,130
11.480


5,186
12,439


6,780
14,271


5,056
8,624


3,847.50
9,190.32












Totals


3


16,610 j 17,625


21,051


is.fisn


13,037.82











Around the world:


2

1


16,093
6,233


20,211

8,509


26,186
10,559


17,064
6,200


20,116 25
7,791.25


8,900




3,241






Totals


3


22,326


28,720


36,745


23,254


27,907.50


12,141


East coast of United States to
west coast of Central
America:
German


1
1


2,774
3,060


3,381
3,902


4,015

4,995


2,434
3,060


2,434 32
3.825.00


7,000






Totals


2


5.834


7,283


9,010


5,494


6,259.32


7.000






Cristobal to Gatun Lake:

United States

Cristobal to west coast of
United States:

Panaman

United States


2

1
1


3,242

1,384
1,332


3,530

2.606
1,593


5,212

3,644
2,153


3,224

2,594
1,309


4,052.50

1,730 00
1,665.00


2,250
1,672


Totals


2


2,716 4,199


5,797


3,903


3,395.00


3,922






iiast coast of Canada to Aus-
tralasia:

British

East coast of Mexico to west
coast of South Ameri-
ca:

British

£a6t coast of United States to
Balboa:


2

2
1
1

1

1

1
1

1
1


6,341

11,880

259

2.277

3,524

3,677

227
3,278

1,815
9,342


8,462

12,455

269

3,117

4,890

4,118

279
4.121

2.042
10,751


10,005

18,160
521

3,810



5,6£3

5,853

384
5.752

3,093
15,371


6,168

11,702

521

2,355

3,524

3,623

351
3,651

1,868
9,326


7,926.25

11,034.00

194 25

2,846.25

4,405 00

4,596.25

200.88
4.097 50

,2,268 75
7,740 72


t,533

8,704


Europe to west coast of Cen-
tral America:
German

E»*t coast of South America
to west coast of Can-
ada:


1 . 680
4.287


Bast coast of South America to
Far East:

Japanese

East coast of Canada to west
coast of United States:
United States
Canadian intercoastal:

British


2.436

250


West Indies to west coast of
Canada:

British

Foreign vessels in ballast,
United States inter-
coastal:
British


3,600


Totals, Jan., 1925. . .


226 J 882,168


1,114,382



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