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present school costs and the additional costs involved in any reorganization and on
account of the building program.

OCCUPANTS OF QUARTERS.

The number of persons, including men, women, and children occupying Panama
Canal quarters on March 31, 1930, was 22,552, composed of 7,903 Americans, 2,884
of whom were men, 2,345 women, and 2,674 children; 251 Europeans, 99 of whom were
men, 38 women, and 114 children; 14,398 West Indians, 4,244 of whom were men
2 630 women, and 7,524 children. The total number of persons in quarters on March
31, 1929, was 21,659.

WORKING FORCE.

The following tabulation shows the number of gold and silver employees as of
March 19, 1930, with a comparison of the working force for the preceding month and
for March, 1929:



Operation and Maintenance:

Office

Electrical ■.■

Municipal Engineering. .

Lock Operation

Dredging.

Madden Project

Mechanical

Marine

Fortifications



Total.



Supply Department:

Quartermaster

Commissary

Cattle Industry— Plantations.

Hotel Tivoli

Hotel Washington

Transportation



As of March 19, 1930.



Gold.



57
158

80
238
199

91
514
207

28



1,572



Total.



Accounting Department.

Health Department

Executive Department . .



Total.



223
223
2
10
9
73



Silver.



94
218
799
743
1,054
1,104
898
758
385



6,053



205
283
527



2,132
1,335
114
119
109
260



4,069



870
324



1,200



Total.



151

376

879

981

1,253

1,195

1,412

965

413



7,625



2,355
1,558
116
129
118
333



4,609

211

1,153

851

2,215



Total employees.



February,
1930.



195

390

842

983

1,282

1,203

1,429

842

469



7,635



2,377
1,565
116
130
119
331



4,638

211

1,156

846

2,213



March,
1929.



104

349

2,000

1,413

1,165



1,232
856



7,607



2,125
1,504
163
126
118
289



4,325

201

1.076

813

2,090



552



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



April S3, 1930





As of March 19, 1930.


Total employees.




Gold.


Silver.


Total.


February,
1930.


March,
1929.


Panama Railroad Company:

Superintendent


49
62
92
43


316
124

1,296
300


365

186

1,388

343


339

189

1,523

365


312




196


Receiving and Forwarding Agency


1 836


Coaling Stations


384






Total


246


2,036


2,282


2,416


2 728






Grand total, March, 1930


3,373


13,358


16,731












Grand total, February, 1930


3,355


13,547




16,902










Grand total, March, 1929


3,202


13,548






16,750











Additions to the gold force on the Isthmus in March were as follows: Employed in
the United States, 18; reemployed in the United States, 3; employed on the Isthmus,
13; reemployed on the Isthmus, 9; total, 43. Separations from the gold force
totaled 44, as follows: Resigned, 30; discharged, 14. At the end of the month there
were on file 475 application from residents of the Isthmus for employment.

VITAL ST.\TISTICS.

A total of 149 deaths occurred during the month of March, 1930, among the popu-
lation of the Canal Zone, and the cities of Panama and Colon, which is equivalent
to an annual death rate of 13.53 per 1,000 population. The leading causes of death
were: Tuberculosis (various organs), 21; organic diseases of the heart, 19; pneu-
monia (broncho and lobar), 19; nephritis (acute and chronic), 14; and diarrhea and
enteritis, 11. There were 6 deaths from syphilis, 6 from cancer, and 1 each from
whooping cough and meningococcus meningitis. There were 24 deaths among
nonresidents. These are not included in the above statistics.

There were 329 live births, and 19 stillbirths reported during the month. In-
cluding stillbirths, this is equivalent to an annual birth rate of 31.60. Deaths among
children under 1 year of age numbered 34, giving an infant mortality rate based on
the number of live births reported, of 103.34.

The total number of malaria cases reported from the Zone and the cities of Panama
and Colon during March, 1930, was 78, of whom 25 were employees (2 white, 23
colored), 5 were families of employees (2 white, 3 colored), 10 were Canal Zone
agriculturists, 15 were other civilian nonemployees, and 23 were Army and Navy
personnel.

There was 1 death from malaria among residents, the child of a colored employee,
living on a farm near Gamboa.

RECEIPTS AND SALES OF M.\TERI.\LS AND SUPPLIES.

The value of material ordered on United States requisitions for which invoices
were received on the Isthmus during the month totaled $441,640.16, of which
$425,121.14 was for the Department of Operation and Maintenance and $16,519.02
for other Panama Canal departments.

Cash sales on the Isthmus from stock, fuel oil, scrap, and obsolete and second-hand
material amounted to $45,732.19.



FINANCI.A.L STATEMENT.

The following statement shows in a condensed form the aggregate revenue and
expenditures for the month of February, 1930, as compared with February, 1929,
with the figures for the first eight months of the current fiscal year as compared with
the same period in the fiscal year 1929.

It is impossible to submit the figures for the monthof March at the time of writing
this report, since all charges, etc., involved in the accounting have not been com-
pleted:



April 23, 1930



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



553





February,
1930.


February,
1929.


To end of February.




This year.


Last year.


Tolls


$2,131,391.37
336,534.82


$2,212,156.08
319,427.53


$18,320,164.72
2,885,781.08


$18,076,488.31




2,639,843.89








2,467,926.19
1,081,237.90


2,531,583.61
1,082,417.78


21,205,945.80
8,772,752.26


20,716,332.20




8,514,379.88






Net transit revenues

Three per cent capital charge. . .


1,388,688.29
623,502.66


1,449,165.83
616,523.36


12,433,193.54
4,968,809.80


12,201,952.32
4,927,806.06


Transit surplus


763,185.63


832,642.47


7,464,383.74


7,274,146.26








1,948,250.19
1,855,610.31


1,542,945.79
1,421,301.17


13,202,533.50
12,475,766.84


11,220,929.10


Business expenses


10,526,481.03


Net revenues

Three per csnt capital charge


92,639.83
62,967.84


121,644,62
61,164.61


726,766.66
526,569.47


694,448.07
512,648.70


Business surplus


29,672.04


60,480.01


200,197.19


181,799.37




4,105,700.39
2,626,372.22


4,074,529.40
2,503,718.95


31,768,729.46
18,608,769.26


31,937,261.30




19,040,860.91






Net revenues

Three per cent capital charge


1,479,328.17
686,470.50


1,570,810.45
677,687.97


13,159,960.20
5,495,379.27


12,896,400.39
5,440,454.76


Combined surplus


792,857.67


893,122.48


7,664,580.93


7,455,945.63






^Respectfully,


H. Burgess,

Governor.



No. 691.



Notice to Mariners.

The Panama Canal, Executive Department,

Balboa Heights, C. Z., April 23, 1930.



Costa Rica-, Nicoya Gulf, Puntarenas, buoys established. The following is quoted
from Notice to Mariners, Washington, D. C, February 1, 1930:

The second officer of the American steamer West Ivis reports under date of January 5, 1930, that the
following buoys have been established in Puntarenas:

(a) A red nun buoy about 557 yards 164° from the red light on the wharf.
(6) A buoy about 893 yards 232° from the red light on the wharf.

Vessels must not anchor between these buoys owing to the existence of cables,
(c) A mooring buoy about 164 yards 135° from the red light on the wharf.

H. Burgess,

Governor.



Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Balboa, C. Z., for Week Ending April 19, 1930.



Name of vessel.


Line or charterer.


Arrived.


Departed.


Cargo —


Discharged


Laded.






April 11

April 12

April 12

April 13

April 13

April 14

April 14

AprU 16

AprU 16


April 12

AprU 12


Tons.
120


Tons.
11


La Perla .


United Fruit Co


6






AprU 13

AprU 14

AprU 15

April 16

AprU 15

AprU 16

AprU 16


162

11,886

11,000

10,000

60

350






Union Oil Co


31




C. D. Mallory & Co












United Fruit Co




Frost . ...






Laguna


Pacific Steam Navigation Co


50



Postal and Cable Addresses ol The Panama Canal.

The postal address is, "The Panama Canal, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone." or "Th«; Panama Canal,
Washington. D. C."

Mail for ships passing through the Canal or touching at either of the terminal ports should be
addressed to "Cristobal. Canal Zone."

The cable address of The Panama Canal, on the Isthmus, is "Pancanal, Panama;" in the United
States, "Pancanal, Washington."



554



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Tons.
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192
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308


14

127


590


346





952



Prices of Miscellaneous Supplies at Panama Canal Storehouses.

The following are prices to individuals and companies including the
25 per cent surcharge, effective April 23, 1930.



Commodities.

Brass, bar, average

Brass, sheet, average

Bronze, Tobin, average

'Ga8.)line, motor grade

Metal, yellow

Oakum, Navy, spun

Oakum, Navy, unspun

Oil, Diesel, at Cristobal only, in bulk, no surcharge

Oil, fuel, at Balboa and Cristobal, in bulk, no surcharge

Oil, ammonia, cylinder

Oil, burning, Culza

Oil, engine, gas, in drums, Gulftriton Med. No. 2135

Oil, engine, g.i,s, e\tra heavy, in cises, Gulftriton No. 2250 .
Oil, engine, gas, extra heavy, ia drums, Gulftriton, No. 2250

Oil, kerosene, in drums

Oil, marine engine

Paint, lead, white, dry

Paint, lead, white, in oil

■Paint, zinc o.xide. dry _.

Paint, zinc oxide, in oil

Grease, gear, chain and wire rope, lubricating

Grease, yellow, cup, Na 3

Grease, yellow, cup, Na5

Soda, ash

Waste, cotton, colored

Waste,cotton, white



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Price.



Lb


$0.24


Lb.


.31


Lb.


.21


Gal.


.14


Lb


.26


Lb.


.15


Lb.


.16


Bbl. of 42 gals.


1.80


Bbl. of42gals.


1.50


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.28


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1.06


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Lb.


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Lb.


.03


Lb.


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Lb.


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Tolls Charges for Transit of the Panama Canal.

1. Merchant vessels carrying passengers or cargo, per net vessel ton (each 100

cubic feet) of actual earning capacity as determined by the Panama
Canal Rules of Measurement $1 . 20

2. Vessels in ballast, without passengers or cargo, per net vessel ton (each 100

cubic feet) of actual earning capacity as determined by the Panama
Canal Rules of Measurement 72

3. Naval vessels, other than transports, colliers, hospital ships, and supply

ships, per displacement ton 50

4. Army and navy transports, colliers, hospital ships, and supply ships, the

vessel to be measured by the same rules as are employed in determing

the net tonnage of merchant vessels, per net ton 1 . 20

5. Tolls may not exceed the equivalent of $1.25 per net registered ton as determined

by United States rules of measurement, nor be less than the equivalent of §0.75
per net registered ton so determined.

6. V^essels returning from Gatun Lake or original point of entry into the Canal, with-

out passing through the locks at the other end, are charged tolls for one passage
only.

7. Vessels transiting the Panama Canal from Cirstobal to Balboa and return for

the sole purpose of having repairs made at the Balboa dry dock and shops
will be exempt from payment of tolls, but a charge will be made for pilotage
and for handling lines as provided for in the current tarifT or supplemeats
thereto.



560



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



April ^3, t9SQ-



Current Net Prices on Fuel Oil, Diesel Oil ,
and Coal.

Crude fuel oil is delivered to vessels at either
Cristobal or Balboa, from tanks of The Panama
Canal, for $1.50 per barrel of 42 gallons.

Diesel oil is sold by The Panama Canal at
Cristobal at $1.80 per barrel.

Crude fuel oil and Diesel oil are also sold bv
private companies with tanks at the Canal
terminals, at prices which will be quoted bv them
on application. The prices at present aae as
follows: Crude fuel oil, ,$1.20 per barrel at Balboa
and Cristobal. Diesel oil, Balboa onlv, $1.80 per
barrel.

Coal is supplied to steamships, includrng
warships of all nations, delivered and trimmed
in bunkers, at $8 per ton of 2,249 pounds at
Cristobal, and $11 at Balboa. Extra charges
are made for delivery from lighters, special trim-
ming in bunkers, trimming on dc-ck, furnishing
lump coal for galley use, and run of mine coal
in sacks.

Coal for cargo is sold only by special authority
of the Governor, at prices quoted upon appli-
cation.

Deliveries of coal to individual ships can be
made up to 1,500 tons per hour, as fast as it can
be handled in the ship's bunkers. Oil deliveries
fan be made up to 5,500 Ijarrels per hour, rate
depending on gravity of oil, location of shore
tanks, and ship's facilities for haadling.



Official Publications of Interest to Shipping.

Masters may obtain from the office of the
Captain of the Port, at either Cristobal or Balboa,
withoiic charge, the"RuIes and Regulations Gov-
erning Navigation of the Panama Canal and
Adjacent Waters," and the current Tariff of
charges at the Canal for supplies and services.

Requests for Canal publications sent by mail
should be addressed to: The Panama Canal.
Balboa Heights, C. Z.

The Hydrographic Office at Cristobal main-
tain at all times a complete stock of navigational
charts and books, including charts of all parts of
the world, sailing directions of the world, nautical
tables, light lists, tide tables, nautical almanacs,
etc.

Copies of current issues of Pilot Charts. Notices
to Mariners, and Hydrographic Bulletins may
be obtained in return for marine information.

Observations of weather, ocean currents, and
other marine data collected, and blanks, instruc-
tions, barornetrjc comparisons, etc., furnished.

Correct time is maintained and chronometers
rated.



Publication ot Notices and Circulars of
Interest to Shipping.

AH of the Panama Canal notices to mariners,
notices to steamsliip lines and general circulars
of interest to shipping in its relation to the
Canal are published in The Panama C.^nal
Recokd. For this reason it is considered un-
necessary to make a separate general distribu-
tion away from the Isthmus of such n&tices and
circulars to those receiving The Panama Canal
Record. Shipping interests are advised to look
for them in this paper, which is supplied t&them
without charge.



Hours of Departure of Passenger Trains.

Following are the hours of departure of the
regular passenger trains of the Panama Railroad
running between the Atlantic and the Pacific:

From Colon: Daily except Sunday. 7.00 a. iMv,
12.15 p. m., 4-30 p. m.; Sunday only, 9.20 a. m.,
4.00 p. m.

From Panama: Daily except Sunday, 7.05 a. m..
12.20 p. m.. 4.35 p. m.; Sunday only, 7.05 a. m.,
6.15 p. m.

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THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE PANAMA CANAL.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY.

Subscription rates, domestic, $0.50 per year; foreign, Sl.OO; address

The Panama Canal Record, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone, or

The Panama Canal, Washington, D. C.

Entered as second-ciass matter February 6, 1918, at the Post Office

at Cristobal, C. Z., under the Act of March 3, 1879.

Certificate. -By direction of the Governor of The Panama Canal the matter contained herein is published as statistical

information and is required for the proper transaction of the public busmess.





Volume XXIII. Balboa Heights, C. Z., April 30, 1930- ^o- 39-

New Record for Daily Tonnage, Tolls, and Tons of Cargo in One
Direction, and for Cargo in Both Directions.

A new high record for aggregate net tonnage, Panama Canal meas-
urement, tolls, and tons of cargo carried, for traffic in one direction in
one day was established on April 22, 1930, when 18 commercial vessels
with an aggregate net tonnage, Panama Canal measurement, ot
116,618, paying tolls of $104,687.50, and carrying cargo amounting to
149,894 tons, passed through the Canal from the Pacific to the Atlantic.

The traffic comprising this record is given below:



Vessel.



Virginia

Chilore

Calgarolite

Matakana

Dixie Arrow

Standard Arrow

Knute Nelson

Tokiwa Maru

Pacific Reliance

Robert Luckenbach.

Columbian

Sulairia

Charles Christenson.
Canadian Importer .

Arizona

Quebec City

Rio Diamante

Saramacca



Total .



Panama- Pacific Line

Ore S. S. Corp

Imperial Oil Co

Shaw, Savill & Albion

Standard Transportation Co
Standard Transportation Co

FredOlsen&Co.

Nippon Yusen Kaisha
Furness, Withy & Co

Luckenbach Line

American-Hawaiian Line

Donaldson Line

Arrow Line ■ • .

Canadian National Steamships

The Texas Co

Reardon Smith Line
Thomson S. S. Co
United Fruit Co




The previous record for aggregate net tonnage, Panama Canal meas-
urement passing through the Canal in one direction in one day, was
established December 8, 1928, when 22 vessels of 103,531 net tons
were pa.ssed through from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The former
high mark for tolls on traffic in one direction in one day was set on
February 25, 1930, by traffic from the Pacific to the Atlantic (16
vessels), upon which was levied the sum of $92,056.48. The Previous
high mark for cargo tonnage in one direction in a day was established
on May 2, 1924, when 133,757 tons were passed through from the
Pacific to the Atlantic. • u ^-u

In addition of the records established above, the total cargo m botti
directions on April 22, 1930, 174,247 tons, sets a new high mark for
cargo through the Canal in both directions in one day, exceeding the
previous mark of 163,202 tons established on January 14, 1924, by
11,045 tons.

Cable Address of The Panama Canal.

The cable address of The Panama Canal, on the Isthmus, is "Pancanal, Panama;" in the United
States, "Pancanal, Washington."



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