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Notwithstanding this authority, however, the warehouseman will
make reasonable effort to give notice before such sale.

5. Perishable and hazardous goods are received at the depositor's
risk, and may be disposed of by the warehouseman, without previous
notice to the depositor, whether or not charges are due.

6. Delivery of goods from warehouse will be made only upon written
order from the person signing the warehouse receipt, or his agent ; and
negotiable receipts must be surrendered properly endorsed. A reason-
able time shall be given the warehouseman to effect .delivery, and a pro
rata charge will be made for goods ordered out before expiration of the
due date but which are not delivered until after that date. The ware-
houseman will use his best efforts, however, to expedite delivery.



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD 441

7. The liability of the warehouseman in any event will not exceed
$8 per cubic foot, or $0.25 per pound, according as space or weight
determines the rate, unless excess value is declared by the depositor,
in which event the receipt will state the terms of the special contract
as to liability and charges.

TARIFF OF CHARGES.

The Tariff of Charges is as follows :

Beginning April 1, 1925, the Panama Railroad Company, through its
receivingand Forwarding Agent will receive and store cargo "for orders"
on its wharves at Cristobal and Balboa under practically the same
conditions, rules and regulations covering the transfer of other cargo,
embodied in this tariff.

Cargo so received and stored may be delivered and reforwarded by
the consignee, agent, or owner in any quantity desired as he directs,
subject to the rules on the warehouse receipt.

There will be three distinct charges for handling cargo for orders:

(a) A charge for handling the cargo from ship's side to storage place
at the rate of $1 per ton on general merchandise and one-half of the
transfer rates on other commodities, as provided in paragraph 3,
item 34, page 34 of Tariff No. 7.

(b) A charge for delivering or reforwarding the cargo at the same
rates as for receiving and storing it; i. e., $1 per ton for general
cargo and one-half of the transfer rates on other commodities.

(c) A storage charge of 3 cents per ton per day for all time the cargo
remains on the wharves of the Panama Railroad Company, in excess of
35 days, no storage charge being made for the first 35 days as pro-

,vided in paragraph 1 of item 35 of this tariff. The provision that a
higher rate be charged per ton per day for storage after 65 days does
not apply to this class of cargo.

The charge for receiving the cargo will be made against the delivery
vessel ; the charge for taking the cargo from storage and delivering to
vessel will be made against the receiving vessel. The charge for deliver-
ing cargo for orders through the local freight house will be collected
from the owner or consignee before the cargo will be delivered. The
charge for storage will be made against the owner of the cargo and will
be collected monthly.

The minimum charge for handling any shipment taken out of storage
will be $1.

Special rates on special commodities in large quantities may be
obtained on request.

Any rehandling of merchandise for fumigation or other purposes, or
labor for repairing of packages, will be charged for in accordance with
the rules and rates for rehandling, repairing, etc., provided in this
tariff.

The Prohibition Amendment applies to the Canal Zone, and therefore
no liquors, may be stored under this heading.

No explosives or other dangerous cargo will be stored "for orders."

The Receiving and Forwarding Agent will use his discretion as to
what classes of cargo may or may not be received and stored under the
heading of "Canal Zone for orders."

The Panama Railroad will not insure cargo so stored . Arrangements
for insurance will have to be made by the consignor, consignee, or
owner of the cargo.



442



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



Cargo "for orders" stored on the wharves of the Panama Railroad
for delivery or reshipment into the Republic of Panama, is subject to
the customs rules and laws of the Republic of Panama and payment of
duty.

METHOD OE SHIPPING.

Shipments to be warehoused "for orders" should be consigned to
"Cristobal for orders," or "Balboa for orders." In case a consignee
resident on the Isthmus is not named, the Panama Railroad Company
will receipt for goods delivered at its piers, and transfer such goods to
its warehouses; but it will not assume any liability except as ware-
houseman unless especially authorized thereto.

Inquiries should be directed to the company at 24 State Street.
New York City, or Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.

M. L. Walker,
President, Panama Railroad Go.



Ships' Chandlery Supplies.



Panama Canal Storehouses carry a complete line of ships' chandlery supplies,
available for sale to ships at C. I. F. cost, plus 25 per cent surcharge which covers
local freight, handling, and other costs.



Origin and Destination of Cargo Passing Through the Panama Canal
During the Calendar Year 1924.

On pages 446, 447, 448 and 449 of this issue will be found tables
showing in detail the origin and destination of all cargo tonnage
passing through the Panama Canal during the calendar year 1924.
For the year, the aggregate of all cargo carried through the Canal
was 25,892,134 long tons, as compared with 25,160,545 long tons in
1923, and 13,710,556 long tons in 1922.

ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC CARGO MOVEMENT.

A total of 7,541,329 long tons of cargo passed through the Panama
Canal from the Atlantic to the Pacific during the past calendar year.
Briefly summarized, the origin and destination of this cargo was as
follows:







Destination of c.r^o.




Origin of cargo.


West

coast North
America.


West

coast South
America.


Far East.


Austral-
asia.


East coast of North America


2,630,879
712,425


629,253
741,922


1,428,350


769,771
478,206









(Figures re; recent long tons.)

Approximately two-thirds of the Atlantic to Pacific cargo moving
through the Canal originated on the Atlantic and Gulf seaboard of the
United States, and approximately 40 per cent of the total Atlantic to
Pacific cargo tonnage was destined for the west coast of the United
States.

PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC CARGO MOVEMENT.

A total of 18,350,805 lo'ng tons of cargo passed through the Canal
from the Pacific to the Atlantic during the past calendar year. Briefly
summarized, the origin and destination of this cargo was as follows:



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