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548



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



Tanker Traffic Through the Canal in April, 1926.

During the month of April, 102 tank slr'ps transited the Canal,
with an aggregate net tonnage, Panama Canal measurement, of
592,775, on which tolls of $527,748.19 were collected. In point of
net tonnage, tanker traffic for the pist month showed an increase of
approximately 20.6 per cent over the same traffic for the correspond-
ing month a year ago, while cargo tonnage showed an increase ot 23.9
per cent over the cargo tonnage of April, 1925.

Tank ships comprised 24 per cent of the total commercial transits
of the Canal during the month; made up approximately 28.9 per cent
of the total Panama Canal net tonnage; were the source of 27.5 per
cent of the total tolls collected; and carried approximately 27.6 per
cent of the total cargo in transit through the Canal.

The number, aggregate tonnage, tolls, and cargo of tank ships
transiting the Canal during the month of April, 1926, segregated by
direction of transit and nationality of vessels, are shown in the follow-
ing tabulation, with comparative totals for the two preceding months,
and for April, 1925:



Nationality.


No.
of

transits.


Panama
Canal net
tonnage.


Tolls.


Tons of
cargo


Atlantic to Pacific.


5

1

1

39


.28,860
7,916
4,473

228,923


$20,940.42

5,699.52

3,220.-56

1C6.657.84














8,679






Totals, April, 1926


46


270,172


196,518.34


8,679






Totals, March, 1926


59


351,220


255,225.90


17,959


Totals, February, 1926


43


259,454


189,109.90


9,020






Totals, April, 1925


39


227,788


170,508.50


31,633


Pacific to A'lan'.ic.


1

13

2

40


4,976

69,185

14,145

234,399


5,710.00

74,095.05

13,360.00

238,064.80


9,667

126,966

23,978

447,070






Totals, April, 1926


56


322,603


331,229.85


607,681


Totals, March, 1926


45


280,494


289,601.15


535,508


Totals, February, 1926


42


241,433


242,935.95


444,227






Totals, April, 1925


43


255,425


262,922.83


465,876



Of the total tanker traffic shown above, the following is a summary
of the vessels showing Los Angeles as their port of origin or destination,
with the totals for the two preceding months, and for April, 1925:



Nationality.



To Los Any Ls.

April, 1926

March, 1926

February, 1926

April, 1925

From Los Angela.

April, 1926

March, 1926

February, 1926

April, 1925

■ Discharged cargo at Ealboa.



No.

of
transits.


Panama
Canal net
tonnage.


Tolls.


Tons of
cargo.


29
52
35
26


227,294
307,695
209,842
156,500


$163,651.68
222,757.29
151,399.44
113,180.13




' 6,809






41
38
36
35


233,011
233,192
204,281
212,737


240,266.05
242,463.65
206,649.70
219,086.03


440,442
446,310
374,209
396,403



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



549



United States Intercoastal Traffic by Commodities for March, 1926.

The following table shows the cargo carried through the Canal in
the United States intercoastal trade, segregated by commodities and
by direction, with the totals, and the totals for March, 1925, and 1924.
Cargo statistics are compiled from cargo declarations submitted by
masters of vessels, and in these declarations small items are frequently
grouped under the designation of "General cargo." These statistics
are accordingly not precise but they are indicative of the kind and
quantity of the cargo in transit through the Canal. The figures repre-
sent tons of 2,240 pounds, and are for the United States intercoastal
trade only :



Commodity.


Atlantic

to
Pacific.


Pacific
to

Atlantic.


Total.




10
961
139

41

2,988
682




10






961






139




127
10
15
4,851
90
30


168




2,998




697




4,851




125


215




30




500

521
477
200


500


Canned goods:


8,586

12,278

158

696

1,146

4,940

15


9,107


Fruit


12,755




358


Milk


696




675

192

1,545

1,282

2,361

265


1,821


Other


5,132




1,560




1,282


Coal




2,361






265




90


90




350
25
50


350


Cork


25




1,384
35


1,434




35




40
20
22


40






20


Flour


6,860

3,052

940


6,882




3,052






940




1,040

166

115,735

2,087

17

73


1,040






166




59,135
25


174,870




2,112


Glue


17






73




120

290

1,062


120


Hay




290






1,062


Ink


38
15

52
447

74

88,839
4,454
2,376
4,199
4,069


38




15






52




218,260


218,707




74


Manufactured goods:


60
325


88,899




4,779
2,376




200
100

5,667

2,340

100


4,399


Other


4,169


Metals:


5,667




37


2,377




100


Tin


18,617

2,050

150

23


18,617






2,050


Other




150


Oils:




23




271,671


271,671




95
2,970


95




20
124,462


2,990




124,462


Olive


92
34


92






34



550



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



Commodity.



Atlantic

to
Pacific.



Pacific

to
Atlantic.



Total.



Ores:

Magnesite

Manganese

Paper

Peanuts

Phosphates

Pon eliin

Rice

Rope

Rosin

Rubber, manufactured.

Rubber, scrap

Salt

Shells, oyster

Silk

Skins and hides

Soap

Soda

Soda, ash

Soda, bicarbonate

Soda, caustic

Sulphur

Sugar

Syrup

Tea

Tobacco '

Turpentine

Wax

Wheat

Wool

Wine



Totals, March, 1926.
Totals, March, 1925.
Totals, March, 1924.



3,456

159

650

85



92

146

1,270



213

860



336

23

146

38

81

6,163

1,132

35

85

1,595

10

455

101



278,351



254,747



1,016

2,670

1,187

28



410



116
1,317



100
3



760

1,143

152



738,172



650,071



873,372



1,016

2,670

4,643

187

650

85

410

92

146

1,320

80

213

f6)

116

1,317

336

23

146

38

81

6,163

1,132

35

185

1,598

10

455

861

1,143

152



1,016,523



904,818



1,115,713



Commercial Traffic Through The Panama Canal in April, 1926,

Trade Routes.

ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC.



by



Nationa'.ity.



United States intercoastal:

United States

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

Pritish

Chilean

Danish

Swedish

United States

Totals

East coast of United States to
Far East:

Pritish

Japanese

Norwegian

United States

Totals

Europe to west coast of South
America:

Pritish

Dutch

French

German

Italian

Norwegian

Spanish

Totals



No. of
vessels.



United

States

equivalent.



312,921



22,842
3 ',479
3,284
7,486

38,956



76,047



24,592

24,512

2,446

21,036



73,186



Panama
Canal

net.



Registered
gross.



400,334



28,405
4,072
3,317
8,917

40,995



92,366



35,887

27,911

4,240

27,017



95,055



30,689
10,738
3,232
9,698
9,618
2,895
3,284



38,503
12,886
4,122
15,070
11,707
3,293
3,897



501,494



39,851

7,310

3,300

30.070

66,958



148,095



40,256

35,919

4,297

33,088



113,560



49,852
17,781
5,186
16,157
16,176
4,649
5,617



Registered
net.



3312,383



24,077
3,976
1,998
8,702

38,945



77,758



25,075

23,839

2,443

21,601



72,958



30,780
10,574
3,200
9,745
9,510
2,890
3,342



Tolls.



337,145.82



24,956.77
4,348.75
3,980.40
6,420.24

37,145.57



76,851.73



30,740.00

30,364.00

3,057.50

27,045.00



91,206.50



Tons
of cargo.



210,195



16,209
2,595
3,899



13,232



35,935



38,361.25
13,422.50
4,040.00
12,122.50
12,022.50
3,018.75
4,105.00



40,593

34,504

0,715

30,924



118,736



37,875
12,059
2,208
19,205
4,297
5.044
130



70,154



3,478 I 115,418 ' 70,041 I 87,692.50 82,138



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



551



ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC— Continued.



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No. of
vessels.


TONNAGE.


Tolls.




Nationality.


United

States

equivalent


Panama
Canal
net.


Registered
gross.


Registered
net.


Tons
of cargo.


Europe to west coast of United
States:
British


3

2
1
2
3


11,357
8,110
3,197
6,478

14,605


15,111

9,493

4,112

9,628

18,355


18,056
13,272
5,242
10,707
23,590


11,494

7,984
3,264
8,385
14,440


S12.422.87

8,465.56

2,960.64

7,113.74

13,215.60


16,710
4,427


French

Norwegian


Swedish


6,204






Totals


11


43,747


56,699


70,867


45,567


44,178 41


27,341


East coast of United States to
Australasia:


9
1
1


32,911
1,938
4,530


43,511
2,510
4,561


52,979
3,252
5,840


33,177

1,985
4,497


41,138.75
2,422.50
5,473.20


52,523
2,000
4.565






Totals


11

5
1
1
1

1


39,379


50,582


62,071


39,659


49,034.45


60,088


Europe to west coast of Can-
ada:

British

Dutch


17,178
5,776
4,909
4,686
3,115


22,760
7,551
6,680
5,552
4,417


28,553
9,399
8,116
7,714
4,999


17,310
5,814
4,887
4,662
3,115


21,472.50
7,220.00
6,136.25
5,857.50
3,893.75


12,006
4,534
4,715
414
5,598










Totals


9


35,664


46,960


58,781


35,788


44,580.00


27,267


Eastcoast of United States to
Gatun Lake:
Honduranean


3
5


3,152
3,447


3,545
3,565


5,178
6,275


2,992
3,556


3,826.70
4,277.10








Totals


8


6,599


7,110


11,453


6,548


8,103.80








East coast of United States to
west coast Canada:
Belgian


1
1
1

1
4


3,167
2,659
3,437
1,307
15,071


4,458

4,007

4,799

1,513

22 282


5,059

4,269

5,681

1,600

23,967


3,499
2,670
3,476
1,054
14,803


3.209.76
3,323.75
3,455.28
1,633.75
18,838.75






3,075


Norwegian


United States


1,600
25,269




Totals


8


25,641


37,059


40,576


25,502


30,461.29


30,944




Europe to Australasia:


6
1


40,242

4,777


50,487
5,472


61,023
0,037


38,413
3,747


50,927.50
5,971.25


40.701
3,598






Totals


7


45,519


55,959


67,060


42,160


56,898.75


44,299




West Indies to Far East:


1
2
1
1


3,239
6,344
2,451
2,927


4,058
8,055
2,836
3,734


5,166
10,267
4,148
4,790


3,071
6,341
2,443
2,954


4,048.75
7,930.00
3,063.75
3,658.75


6.470
13,543
5,680
6,544


British








Totals


5


14,961


18,683


24,371


14,809


18,701.25


32,237




Cristobal to west coast cf
Central America:


3
1


1,900
485


2,063
606


3,436
855


1,906
482


2,353.90
606.25


3,229
813






Totals


4


2,385


2,669


4,291


2,388


2,960.15


4,042


Cristobal to west coast of
South America:


2
2


254
2,719


264
5,345


386

9,020


234
4,517


307.65
3,398.75


365
2,908






Totals


4 1 2,973


5,609


9,406


4,751


3,706.40


3,273


Foreign vessels in ballast.U.S.
coastwise:


o
1


7,607
5,420


9,246
7,916


12,811
8,988


7,583
5,173


7,360.47
5.699.52












Totals


3


13,027


17,162


21,799


12,756


13,059.99 1





552



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC— Continued.





No. of
vessels.


TONNAGE.


Tolls.




Nationality.


United

States

equivalent


Panama
Canal
net.


Registered
gross.


Registered
net.


Tons
of cargo.


South American intercoastal:


2

1


1,182
1,483


1,383
1,529


2,033
2,155


1,169
1,169


$1,251.31

1,834.80


759
1,844


Totals


3


2,665


2,912


4,188


2.338


3,086.11


2,603


Europe to west coast of Cen-
tral America:

German


1
1


4,058
2,903


4,844
4,279


6,520
4,682


4,021
2,937


5,072.50
3,628.75


6,633
3,069




2


6,961


9,123


11,202


6,958


8,701.25


9,701




Around the World:


2
2

2
2
2


12,433
6,493

5,214

7,820

5,593
2,657

7,774

4,290

3,028

3,406
3,294


16,996
8,199

6,271

10,106

7,487
3,602

7,874

4,827

5,040

4,660
4,491


21,118
10,778

7,333

13,056

9,226
5,533

10,831

6,957

4,996

5.436
5,458


12,400
6,565

5,241

7,946

5,587
2,639

7,530

4,290

3,078

3,406
3,352


15,541.25
8,116.25

6,517.50

9,775.00

5,734.11
3,321.25

5,830.50

3,475.44

3,785.00

4,257.50
4,117.50

1,899.50

5,332.50


7,784
5,205

3,543
8,559

1,852

1,804


East coast of Canada to
Australasia:
British

East coast of United States to
west coast Central
America:

East coast of South America
to Far East:

Cristobal to west coast of

United States:


Europe to Balboa:

East coast of Canada to west

coast South America:

British


West Indies to west coast of
United States:




East coast of United States
to Philippines:
British

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


6,367
5,674


Canadian intercoastal:

West Indies to west coast of
Central America:


3,750


East coast United States to
Hawaii:

United States


4,266


5,536


6,886


4,261


8,867






Totals, April, 1926..


229


838,097


1,072,819


1,372,240


838,659


954,071.70


742,203


Totals, April, 1925..


194


762,350


957,036


1,225,715


762,163


863,198.59


655,078


Totals, April, 1924. .


202


819,369


1,036.598


1,317,594


818,921


891,826.49


635,029



' German cruiser of 3 , 799 tons displacement.

PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.



United States intercoastal:




















323,343


407,400


514,838


327,159


$403,873.75


653,197


West coast of South America
















to east coast United
















States:
















British




20,303


27,930


33,834


20,344


25,378.75


36,770






3,512


4,705


7,310


3,976


4,390.00


3,281






3,585


4,418


5,702


3,583


4,481.25


8,650






5,420


7,916


8,988


5,173


6,775.00


13,100






3,444


3,964


5,390


3,450


4,305.00


7,000




2


7,486


8,917


30,676


8,762


9,357.50


40,000




12


43,478


53,130


71,559


43,466


54,323.55


104,133






Totals


25


87,228


110,980


163,459


88,754


109,011.05


212,933



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD
PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.-Continued.



553





No. of

vessels.


TONNAGE.


Tolls.


"


Nationality.


United

States
equivalent


Panama
Canal
net.


Registerec
gross.


Registered
net.


Tons
of cargo.


West coast of Canada to
_ Europe:


9
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1


35,310
9,452

10,623
7,568
4,909
4,609
4,523
3,386
3,159


46,229
10,977
13,679
10,128
6,732
5,214
5,627
5,456
4,432


57,029
13,564
16,989
12,362
8,109
7,434
7,093
5,558
5,102


35,305
9,467

10,604
7,723
4,883
4,662
4,479
4,246
3.164


$44,137.50
11,815.00
13,278.75
9,460.00
6,136.25
5,761.25
5,653.75
4,232.50
3,948.75




Danish

Dutch


72,246
18,783
17,930




16,313




8,861
8,997
9,178




7,696




6,864


Totals


20


83,539


108,474


133,240


84,533


104,423.75


166,868


West coast of United States
to Europe:


1

11
1

1


4,568

42,161

5,268

4,172


4,976

50,328

6,127

5,383


7,138

69,192

8,939

6,690


4,154
42,742
5,007
4,165


5,710.00

52,701.25

6,585.00

5,215.00






9,667




88,038


United States


10,878




9,024


Totals


14


56,169


66,814


91,959


56,068


70.211.25







117.605


West coast South America to
Europe:


5
2

4


21,422
6744

15,444
2,885
3,017


25,032
9,848

20,702
3,691
3,844


33,301
10,880
25,147
4,671
5,205


20,328
6,840

15,512
2,903
3,226


26.641.50
8,430.00

19,305.00
3,606.25
3,771.25




Dutch


29,860




13,572




32,618


Spanish


5,600




1,386


Totals


13


49,512


63,117


79,204


48,809


61.754.00


83,036


West coast Canada to east
coast United States:

Belgian

British




3,182
13,009
3,436
8,250


3,986
15,984

4,834
10,446


5,020
19,535

5,760
12,642


3,580
12,290
4,268
7,878


3,977.50
16.261.25

4,295.00
10,312.50


5,274


Norwegian


26,892

7,772




15,321


Totals




27.877


35,250


42.957


28,016


34,846.25


55,259


Australasia to Europe:




39,527
4,308


53,053
4,983


63,004
6,888


39,699
4,427


49,408.75
5,385.00






43,893




3,710




8


43,835


58,036




54,793.75








44,126


47,603


West coast of South America
to Cristobal:


1

2
2


44
254

2,687


53

264

3,915


95

386

6,557


59

234

3,259


38.16

308.85

3,339.80








Peruvian


406




4,680


Totals


5


2,985


4,232


7,038


3.552


3,686 81


5,086


Philippines to eat coast of
United States:

Japanese

Norwegian

United States


2

1
2


7,691
2,507
9,823


9,779
4,284
12,289


12,268
4,333
15,212


7,514

2,494
9,591


9,613.75
3,133.75
12,278.75


12,821

5,887




21,395


Totals


5


20,021


26,352


31,813


19,599


25,026.25


40,103


West coast Central America
to Cristobal:
British


3

1


1,909
485


2,063
606


3,436
855


1,906
482


2,375.00
606.25




Norwegian


2,890
890


Totals


4


2.385


2,669


4,291


2,388


2,981.25


3,780


West coast of South America
to east coast Canada:
British


3
2


17,180
5,593


18,856
7,487


26,654
9,226
5,750


17,455
5,586
3,524


21,206.30
6,991.25
4,322.50




West coast United States to
Cristobal:
United States


36,947


West coast Central America
to Europe:


13,092






3,070



554



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC— Continued.





No. of
vessels.


TONNAGE.


Tolls.




Nationality.


United

States

equivalent.


Panama ! „ . . ,
Canal Registered

net. 1 g 1,033 -


Registered
net.


Tons
of cargo.


Australasia to east coast of
Canada:

British

West coast United States to
east coast Mexico:

Danish

West coast United States to
West Indies:


2

3
5


6,730

1,144

4,290
83

6,630

951

3,262

3,149
13,769

4,715

3,516

3,152
3,447


8,221

1,879

4,827
83

7,678

1,026

4,070

3,600
18,999

6,155

4,773

3,545
3,535


10,852
1,909

6,957

83

11,309

1,626

5,758

5,355
25,160

8,224

5,682

5,178

6,275


6,667

1,172

4,290
83

6,668

948

3,349

3,160
15,151

4,882

3,481

2,992
3,556


S8.412.50

1,430.00

5,362.50
62.25

8,287.50

1,188.75

4,077.50

3,936.25
17,211.25

5,893.75

4,395.00

3,826,70
4.277 10


1
5,520

2,522

6,457


Gamboa to Balboa:

United States


West coast United States to
east coast Canada:

British

West coast Central America
to east coast United
States:

Norwegian

Wes' coast Canada to east
coast Canada:


15,353,

1,598
6,435
7,450'


West coast South America to
Egypt:

Around the World:

British


Australasia to east coast of
United States:

Far East to east coast of
United States:


6,266
2,359

1,238

1,587


Gatun Lake to east coast of
United States:








Totals


'S


1 6,599


'7,110


'11,453


'6,548


'8,103.80


2,825


Totals, April, 1926..


196


771,304


975,428


1,263.236


779,420


963,385.41


1,495,364


Totals, April, 1925..


188


699,994


883,656


1,121.408


704,462


872,230.78


1,295,824


Totals,' April, 1924..


201


815,284


1,016,573


1.308.018


818,988


1,011,934.78


1,523,692



•These 8 vessels enter?! tie Canal at Cristobal and proceeded as far as Gatun Lake, where, after taking on cargoes
of bananas, thev returned to the Atlantis entrance of the Canal. As vessels transiting the Canal as far as Gatun Lake
only are entitled to return to Canal port of entry without payment of tolls for return voyage, the only items taken up
in connection with these transits in the Pacific-to-Atlantic tram; statistics is the amount of cargo tonnage loaded at
Gatun Lake.



Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Balboa for Week Ending May 8, 1926.



Name of vessel.


Line or charterer.


Arrived.


Departed.


Cargo —


Discharged 1 Laded.






May 1

May 3

May 5

May 3

Mav7

Mav8


May 2

May 4

May 6

May 4 :

Mav 6


Tom.

12

1,112

9,322

596


Ton*.
17


St. Mifalel


British Tankers, Ltd


261












Grace Line

Onrrisson A; Co


2 '




May 8

MavS


228
128






20



Density of Water in Balboa and Cristobal Harbors.


Place.


Weight of sea water m ounces per cubic fl.


Hainy season. ,
A verage tem per a-
ture. Degrees F.


Average.


Maximum.


Minimum.




1018
1011


1020
1015


1013
1005


84


Balboa (dock 18t


83









(Note — The above is based on two months observations at Cristobal, and Balboa. Average taken at 12-foot depth.
Minimum occurred after heavy rain at 3-foot depth at Cristobal and 12-foot depth at Balboa. The weight of a cubic
foot of fresh water at 83° F. is 095 ounces.



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



555



Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Cristobal for Week Ending May 8, 1926.



Name of vessel.



Panama

Parismina

Calamares

Balboa

U. D. Vinton. . .

Essequibo

Cauca

Rhodopis

Napoli

Pas tores

Santa Cruz

Ancon

Yorba Linda. . .

Hudson

San Bruno

Nocrderdyk

Atenas

Hector

Parismina

Sixaola..

Tivives

City of Panama

Honduras

Galicia

Santa Elisa. . . .

Antillian

Acajutla

Bologna

La Marsiellaise

Eupatoria

Perou

Santa Teela

Favorita

Sonora

Lochgoil

Camden

Ecuador

San Jose



Line or charterer.



Panama Railroad S. S. Line. . .

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

Johnson Steamship Line

Bryan Brothers

Pacific Steam Nav. Co

National Navigation Company

Kosmos Line

Italian Line

United Fruit Co

Grace Line

Panama Railroad S. S. Line. . .
General Petroleum Company. .

French Line

United Fruit Co

Holland-America:. S. S. Line. .

United Fruit Co

Royal Neth. W. I. Mail



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