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The ferry crossing at the north end of Pedro Miguel locks operated 30 days
during the month. Four hundred and ninety-eight trips were made, and 269
Panama Canal, 166 U. S. Army, and 4,958 other vehicles, a total of 5,393, were
ferried across the Canal.

AIRPLANE SERVICES.

Following the issuance of E.xecutive Order No. 4971, dated September 28, 1928,
authorizing the Secretary of State to receive and pass upon applications for the
privilege of operating commercial aircraft between the Canal Zone and foreign
countries; of Executive Order No. 5047, dated February 18, 1929, establishing
regulations to control aerial navigation in the Canal Zone; and of regulations to
govern air navigation in the Canal Zone, promulgated by the Secretary of State
under date of February 26, 1929, two major air services with terminals in the Canal
Zone were begun in April, 1929.

Effective April 2, 1929, the Pan-American Airways, Inc., inaugurated a tri-weekly
air-mail service between Cristobal and Miami, Florida. This service was originally
begun in February and was continued on a fortnightly basis until the establishment
of the tri-weekly service last month. This company is carrying only mail at present
but it is understood that passenger accommodations will be provided within a short
time.

A weekly transport service was established on April 17, 1929, from the Canal
Zone to cities in the Republic of Colombia by the Sociedad Colombo-Alemana de
Transportes Aeros (Scadta). ,

Service of Foreign Air-Mail Route No. 9, with dispatches from Cristobal to Es-
meraldas and Guayaquil in Ecuador, and to Taiara, Trujillo, Lima, and Mollendo
in Peru, is scheduled to be established this month.

Postal receipts for the first ten months of the current fiscal 3'ear are more than
26 per cent greater than the receipts for the first ten months last year and greater
than the receipts for the whole of the past fiscal year. The sale of air-mail stamps
accounts for a considerable portion of this increase.



OCCUPANTS OF QUARTERS.

The number of persons, including men, women, and children, occupying Panama
Canal quarters on April 30, 1929, totaled 21,836, composed of 7,550 Americans,
2,747 of whom were men, 2,237 women, and 2,566 children; 242 Europeans, 100 of
whom were men, 37 women, and 105 children; and 14,044 West Indians, 4,200 of
whom were men, 2,606 women, and 7,238 children. The total number of persons
in quarters on April 30, 1928, was 21,362.

WORKING FORCE.

The following tabulation shows the number of gold and silver emploj'ees as of
April 17, 1929, with a comparison of the working force for the preceding month and
for April, 1928:



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



613



Operation and Maintenance:

Office

Electrical

Municipal Engineering .

Lock Operation

Dredging

Mechanical

Marine

Fortifications



As of April 17, 1929.



Gold.



Silver. Total.



Totals .



Supply Department:
Quartermaster . . . -

Subsistence

Commissary

Cattle Industry , . .
Hotel Washington .
Transportation , . . .



Totals.



Accounting Department .

Health Department

Executive Department . .



44
151
118
296
192
416
211

30



1.458



220
5



66
172
1,750
1,093
995
819
755
442



6,092



1,833
109

1,279
157
111



110
323

1,968
1,389
1,187
1,235
966
472



7.550



2,034
117

1,499
162
119
297



Total employees.



March
1929.



104
349
2,000
1,413
1,165
1,232
856



2,125
126

1,504
163
118



April
1928.



79
354
824
898
1,064
1,270
823
421



5,733



Totals .



Panama Railroad Company:

Superintendent

Transportation

Receiving and Forwarding .Agency .
Coaling Stations



Totals

Grand totals, .April, 1929 .
Grand totals, March, 1929
Grand totals, Apyl, 1928 .



196
268
518



982



47
63
100
48



258



3,212



3,015



3,714



6

826
297



1,129



297

127

1,526

371



2,321



13,256



13,548



11,690



4,228



202

1.094

815



2,111



344

190

1.626

419



2,579



10,468



4,325



1,904
120

1,328
225
110
263



3,950



201

1,076

813



2,090



312

196

1.836

384



2,728



16,750



204

1,233

794



2,231



299

180

1,906

406



2,791



14,705



Additions to the gold force on the Isthmus in April were as follows: Employed
in the United States, 12 ; reemployed in the United States, 6 ; employed on the Isthmus,
26; reemployed on the Isthmus, 14; total, 58. Separations from the gold force
totaled 45, as follows: Resigned, 27; discharged, 15, retired 1; died, 2. At the end
of the month there were on file 220 applications from residents of the Isthmus tor
employment.

VITAL STATISTICS.

A total of 146 deaths occurred during the month of April, 1929, among the popu-
lation of the Canal Zone, and the cities of Panama and Colon, which is equiv-alent
to an annual death rate of 13.53 per 1,000 population. The leading causes of death
were: Pneumonia (broncho and lobar), 25; tuberculosis (various organs), 24; organic
diseases of the heart, 18; nephritis (acute and chronic), 11; and apoplexy, 8. Tnere
were 7 deaths from diarrhea and enteritis, 4 from cancer, and 1 each from measles,
diphtheria and amebic dysentery. There were IS deaths among nonresidents.
These are not included in the above statistics.

There were 277 live births, and 18 stillbirths, reported during the month. In-
cluding stillbirths, this is equivalent to an annual birth rate of 27.33 per 1,000 popu-
lation. Deaths among children under 1 year of age numbered 26, giving an infant
mortality rate based on the number of live births reported, of 93.86.

The total number of malaria cases reported from the Zone and the cities of Panarna
and Colon during April was 111, of whom 28 were employees (3 white and 25 colored),
14 were members of employee's families (1 white and 13 colored), 11 were Canal
Zone agriculturists, 15 were other civilian nonemployees, and 43 were Army and
Navy personnel. Of the 42 employees and members of employee's families, 38 were
probably infected outside our sanitated areas, as they gave a history of wodang,
living, or having been in such areas at night previous to their becoming sick, i here
was one death from malaria among residents, the child of a Canal Zone settler.

RECEIPTS AND SALES OF M.ATERIAL AND SUPPLIES.

The value of material ordered on United States requisitions and received on the
Isthmus during the month totaled $1,591,643.97 of which $1,578,200.37 was for the



614



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



Department of Operation and Maintenance and $13,443.60 for other Panama Canal
departments.

Cash sales on the Isthmus from stock, fuel oil, scrap and obsolete and second-hand
material amounted to $47,036.38.

FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

The following statement shows in a condensed form the aggregate revenue and
expenditures for the month of March, 1929, as compared with March, 1928, and the
figures for the first nine months of the current fiscal year as compared with the same
period in the fiscal year 1928.

It is impossible to submit the figures for the month of April at the time of writing
this report, since all charges, etc., involved in the accounting have not been completed:





March
1929.


March
1928.


To end of March.




This year.


Last year.


ToUs


$2,344,009.79
322,693.24


$2,223,457.42
310,455.98


$20,420,498.10
2,962,537.13


$20,620,451.02
2,662,758 88


Other receipts






Total transit revenues


2,666,703.03
1,282,843.26


2,533,913.40
1,056,202.26


23,383,035.23

9,797,232.14


23,283,209.90
9,066,786 31






Net transit revenues

Three per cent capital charge . . .


1,383,859.77
614,858.61


1,477,711.14
612,993.55


13,585,812.09
5,542,664.67


14,216,423.59
5,503,530.30


Transit surplus


769,001.16


864,717.59


8.043,147.42


8,712,893.29


Business revenues


1,556,098.68
1,452,110.54


2,098,491.48
2,032,766.76


12,879,863.57
12,070,439.92


12 420,707 28


Business expenses


11,720,665.05






Net business revenues


103,988.14
61,550.27


65,724.72
61,208.19


809,423.65
587,462.15


700,042 23


Three per cent capital charge


587,592.69


Business S'orplus


42,437.87


4,516.53


221,961.50


112,449.54


Combined revenues

Combined expenses


4,222,801.71
2,734,953.80


4,632,404,88
3,088,969.02


36,262,898.80
21,867,663.06


35,703,917.18
20,787,451.36


Net revenues

Three per cent capital charge


1,487,847.91
676,408.88


1,543,435.86
674,201.74


14,395,235.74
8^130,126.82


14,916,465.82
6,091,122.99


Combined surplus


811,439.03


869,234.12


8,265,108.92


8,825,342.83



Respectfully,



H. Burgess,

Governor.



Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Cristobal, C. Z., for Two Weeks Ending May 25, 1929.



Name of vessel.


Line ar charterer.


Arrived.


Dcjarted.


Cargo-


Discharged


Laded.




Panama R. R. S. S. Line




M.ay 12


Tons.


Tons.
873


Call






May 12 . . .




339


Cid






May 12




159




H. C. Stevenson




Mav 12




286


Ulua


United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co


May 12


May 12

May 13


29§


121

262








May 13




1,050 J


Brielle


Royal Neth. S. S. Co

United Fruit Co


May 13

May 13

May 13

May 13


May 13

May 13

May 13


11

(■)
15

828

159
9,469

397
(■)

101
53,1

514
(■)

500
1,100

784


1




861


Teno


(')




Pacific Steam Nav. Co






May 13

May 13

May 13

May 13

May 14

May 14

May 14

Mav 14

May 15


May 14

May 14

May 15

Mav 17

Mav 14

Mav 14

May 15

May 16


51




United Fruit Co


(')


Toloa


United Fruit Co


46






213






{')






49






167






\m


Baralt


Royal Neth S S Co








May 15

May 15

= >


May 16

May 16

cargo laded.


516




United Fruit Co


234




■ No cargo discharged.





THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



615



Name of vessel.



Line or charterer



Arrived.



Departed.



Cargo



Discharged Laded.



Flandre

Magdalena

Alkmaar

Alvarado

Nebraska

Mississipi

Zenon

Manizales

PUot

Palatia

Macabi

Saramacca

Suriname

San Jose

Drechtdijk

Rapot

Amapala

Parismina

Minden

Visurgis

Margarethe Cords .

Arkansas

Wanks

Abraham Lincoln . .

Gracia

Baralt

Arkansas

Wanks

Abraham Lincoln . .

Magdalena

Toloa

Atlantian

Murla

Parismina

Minden

Santa Maria

Schwaben

Waunta

Montevideo Maru.

Heinrich Arp

Swiftsure

Kinderdijk



Santa Cruz

Saramacca

William M

Jamaica

Lobos

Mayan

Acajutla

Canadian Highlander
London Importer. , .

Knute Nelson

Orbita

Metapan

Virgilio

Limon

St. Theresa

Ancon

Linda S

A'isurgis

nbro

Manizales

Saramacca

Coppename

Atlantida

Adolf von Baeyer. . . .

Buenos Aires

Macabi

Heredia

Durazzo

Wanks

Carare

Uribe



French Line

Hamburg-American Line . .

Royal Neth.S. S. Co

Pacific Steam Nav. Co ... .
Pacific Steam Nav. Co. . . ,

French Line

French Line

North German Lloyd

Hamburg-.4merican Line. ,
Hamburg American Line . ,

L'nited Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

Holland-American Line . . .
North German Lloyd ....
Stand. Fruit S. S. Co. . . .

United Fruit Co

North German Lloyd ....
North German Lloyd ....

Colombian Mar. Co

French Line

Stand. Fruit S. S. Co

Norway-Pacific Line

Donaldson S. S. Line

Royal Neth. S. S. Co

French Line

Stand. Fruit S. S. Co

Norway-Pacific Line ....
Hamburg- American Line .

United Fruit Co

Leyland S. S. Line

North German Lloyd ....

United Fruit Co

North German Lloyd ....

Grace Line

North German Lloyd ....
Stand. Fruit S. S. Co , , . .
Osaka Shosen Kaisha ....

Colombian Mar. Co

C. D. Mallory & Co

Holland-American Line . .

United Fruit Co

Grace Line

United Fruit Co

R. Feuillibois

Pacific .Steam Nav. Co. . .
Pacific Steam Nav. Co. . .

Caribbean S. S. Co

Pacific Steam Nav. Co. . .
Can. Nat. Steamships ....
Furness, Withy & Co ... .

Norway-Pacific Line

Pacific Steam Nav. Co. . .

United Fruit Co

Italian Line

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

Panama R. R. S. S. Line .

R. Feuillebois

North German Lloyd . . . .
Pacific Steam Nav. Co . . .
North German Lloyd . . . .

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

Stand. Fruits. S. Co....
Hamburg-American Line .

Spanish Line '. . .

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

Hamburg-American Line.
Standard Fruit S. S. Co. .

Elders & Jyffes

Estrada G. Hermanos. . . .



May 15 .
May 15 .
May 15 .
May 15 .
May 15 .
May 16.
May 16.
May 16.
May 16.
May 16.
May 16.
May 17.
May 17.
May 17.
May 17.
May 17.
May 17 .
May 18.
May 18.
May 18.
May 18.
May 18.
May 18 .
May 18 .



May 19 .
May 19 .
May 19 .
May 19 .



May 20.
May 20 .
May 20 .
May 20.
May 20.
May 20 .
May 20 .
May 20 .
May 21 .
May 21.
May 21 .



May 21 .
May 21 .
May 22 .
May 22 .
May 22 .
May 22 .
May 22 .
May 22 .
May 22 .
May 22 .
May 22 .
May 22 .
May 23 .



May 23 .
May 23 .
May 24 .
May 24 .
May 24 .
May 24 .
May 24 .
May 24 .
May 25 .
May 25 .
May 25 .
May 25 .



May 16.
May 16.
May 16.
May 16.
May 16.
May 16.
May 17.
May 17.
May 17.
May 17.
May 17.
May 17.
May 17.
May 18 .
May 18.
May 18 .
May 18.



May 18 .



May 19 .
May 19.
May 19.
May 19 .
May 19 .
May 19.
May 19.
Mav 20 .
May 20 .
May 20.
May 20 .
May 20 .
Mav 20 .
May 21 .
May 21 .
May 21 .
May 22 .
May 23 .
May 22.
May 21 .
Mav 21 .
May 21 .
May 21.
May 22.
May 22 .



May 22 .
May 23 .
May 22 .
May 23 .
Mav 23 .
May 24 .
May 24 .



May 23 .
Mav 23 .
May 24 .
May 25.
May 25 .
May 25 .
May 25 .



May 25 .



May 25 .

May 25 .



No cargo discharged.



• No cargo laded.



- Four packages.



Ships' Chandlery Supplies.



Tons.
280
226
246
374
(■)
260

65
558
130

58
630
919
175
1,015

35
322
411
559
631
144

54
147
196
281



(■)
(■)



639
104



(■)



592



11,873
432
823

(')
11

(0



52

323

863

38

(')

(-)

59

310

486

976

1,037

4,163



50
180
260
687
111

21
191

11
634
283
177



' Three cases.



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.



616



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