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the cost of such work was surveyed and was found to comprise 104.5 acres. The
field work of the survey for the upper Pequeni River and Boqueron River flood
warning telephone extensions was completed during the month. One station site on
the Boqueron River, and two alternative sites on the Pequeni River, each of about
5.7 acres, were monumented and mapped. An alternative station site on the Chagres
River was also located, monumented, and mapped. Reports were received from
Miraflores laboratory on tests of several tentative mixes of concrete suggested by the
Reclamation Bureau. Studies were completed on water supply, sewer system,
garbage disposal and electric distribution system for Madden Dam camp. Work
of a miscellaneous nature, consisting of surveying, seepage investigations, geological
investigations, etc., was continued during the month.

Considerable data were forwarded to the Designing Engineer who is in Denver in
consultation with the United States Bureau of Reclamation. This data consisted
of rainfall information for Alhajuela, information relative to permanent upper river
gauging stations, temperatures of material, air, and water, etc., etc.

The erection of quarters for the Government inspection force was authorized,
and the site cleared and rubbish burned. An 8-foot gravel road was built, service
roads and building locations were staked out for five cottages, one bachelor quarters,
and one mess hall and kitchen.

The concrete footings for the transmission towers, with the exception of the last
tower at Alhajuela, were completed. Clearing of the right-of-way was finished,
trails and roads for the transportation of steel to the tower sites were completed,
and everything was in readiness for the steel, the first shipment of which was sched-
uled to arrive on May 8.

OCCUPANTS OF QUARTERS.

The number of persons, including men, women, and children, occupying Panama
Canal quarters on April 30, 1931, was 24,057, composed of 8,134 Americans, 2,864 of
whom were men, 2,493 women, and 2,777 children; 174 Europeans, 83 of whom were
men, 31 women, and 60 children; and 15,749 West Indians, 4,323 of whom were men,
2,820 women, and 8,606 children. The total number of persons in quarters on
April 30, 1930, was 22,815.



May 27, 1931



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



623



WORKING FORCE.



The following tabulation shows the number of gold and silver employees as of
April 15, 1931, with a comparison of the working force for the preceding month and
for April, 1930:





Total employees.


As of April 15,


931.




April,
1930.


March,
1931.


Gold.


Silver.


Total.


Operation and Maintenance:

Office


153

374

899

979

1,275

1,068

1,417

903

296


123

402

1,225

1,925

1,197

402

1,336

866

279


56
170

95
256
201

21
470
196

19


64
211
901
810
996
350
867
632
140


120




381




996




1,066




1,197




371




1,337

828




159






Total


7,364


7,755


1,484


4,971


6,455






Supply Department:


2,354
1,554
100
130
117
338


1,805
1,720
216
124
108
322


203

238

2

8

8

71


1,547

1,303
177
116
100

238


1,750




1,541




179


Hotel Tivoli


124




108




309






Total


4,593


4,295


530


3,481


4,011








209

1,168

851


211

1,149

886


203
287
551


6
825
334


209




1,112




885






Total


2,228


2,246


1,041


1,165


2,206






Panama Railroad Company:

Superintendent


348

184

1,427

345


301

194

1,312

282


45
61
80
41


246

123

1,408

204


291
184




1,488




245






Total


2,304


2,089


227


1,981


2,208


Grand total, April, 1930


16,489




















Grand total, March, 1931




16,385


















Grand total, April, 1931






3,282


11,598


14,880











Additions to the gold force on the Isthmus in April were as follows: Employed
in the United States, 4; employed on the Isthmus, 6; reemployed on the Isthmus, 3;
total, 13. Separations from the gold force totaled 67, as follows: Resigned, 8;
discharged, 56; retired, 2; died, 1. At the end of the month there were on file 825
applications from residents of the Isthmus for employment.

VITAL STATISTICS.

A total of 140 deaths occurred during the month of April, 1931, among the popu-
lation of the Canal Zone, and the cities of Panama and Colon (total population
143,636), which is equivalent to an annual death rate of 11.70 per 1,000 population.
The leading causes of death were: Tuberculosis (various organs), 24; pneumonia
(broncho and lobar), 20; organic diseases of the heart, 11; nephritis (acute and
chronic), 7; and diarrhea and enteritis, 6. There was 1 death from typhoid fever
and 1 from leprosy. There were 24 deaths among nonresidents, which are not
included in the above statistics.

There were 296 live births and 9 stillbirths reported during the month. Including
stillbirths, this equivalent to an annual birth rate of 25.48. Deaths among children
under 1 year of age numbered 24, giving an infant mortality rate based on the
number of live births reported, of 81.08.

The total number of malaria cases reported from the Zone and the cities of Panama
and Colon was 102, of whom 15 were employees (7 white and 8 colored), 7 were
members of employees' families (all colored), 9 were Canal Zone agriculturists, 36
were other civilian nonemployees, and 35 were Army and Navy personnel. Of the
22 employees and members of employees' families, 20 were probably infected outside



624



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



May 27, mi



our sanitated areas, as they gave a history of working, living, or having been in such
areas at night previous to their becoming sick.

There were 3 deaths from malaria among residents, 1 an American soldier,
and 2 children, 1 a colored child living in a Canal Zone rural district, and 1 a
Panamanian, living in the City of Panama.

RECEIPTS AND SALES OF MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES.

The value of material ordered on United States requisitions for which invoices
were received on the Isthmus during the month totaled $176,286.86, of which
$152,424.09 was for the Department of Operation and Maintenance, and $23,862.77
for other Panama Canal departments.

Cash sales on the Isthmus from stock, fuel oil, scrap, and obsolete and second-
hand material, amounted to $35,489.79.



FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

The following statement shows in a condensed form the aggregate revenue and
expenditures for the month of March, 1931, as compared with March, 1930, with the
figures for the first 9 months of the current fiscal year as compared with the
same period in the fiscal year 1930.

It is impossible to submit 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,
1930.


March,
1931.


To end of March.




Last year.


This year.


Tons


$2,260,044.42
495,619.70


$1,964,240.30
363,241.37


$20,580,209.14
3,381,400.78


$18,885,203.40
3,156,959 72








Total transit revenues

Total transit expenses


2,755,664.12
1,252,197.42


2,327,481.67
1,209,040.80


23,961,609.92
10,024,949 68


22,042,163.12
10,552,157.18




1,503,466.70
622,421.62


1,118,440.87
625,761.56


13,936,660.24
5,591,231.42


11,490,005 94


Three per cent capital charge . . .


5,634,483.21




881,045.08


492,679.31


8,345,428.82


5,855,522.73






Business revenues

Business expenses


1,731,202.23
1,615,460.82


1,490,480.51
1,437,946.84


15,053,179.21
14,196,556.08


13,504,434.39
12,895,889.93


Net business revenues

Three per cent capital charge


115,741.41
63,651.02


52,533.67
66,155.28


856,623.13
603,367.53


608,544.46
613,017.89


Business surplus


52,090.39


(13,621.61)


253,255.60


(4,473.43)




4,486,866 35
2,867,658.24


3,817,962.18
2,646,987.64


39,014 789.13
24,221,505.76


35,546,597 51




23,448,047 11








1,619,208.11
686,072.64


1,170,974.54
691,916.84


14,793,283.37
6,194,598.95


12,098,550 40


Three per cent capital charge


6,247,501.10


Combined surplus


933,135 47


479,057.70


8,598,684.42


5,851,049.30



( ) Indicates deficit.



Respectfully,



H. Burgess,

Governor.



Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Balboa, C. Z., for Week Ending May 23, 1931.





Line or charterer.


Arrived.


Departed.


Cargo —




Discharged


Laded.


Cauca


National Navigation Co


May 18
May 18
May 18
May 20
May 20
May 20
May 21


May 18
Mav 18


Tons.
55


Tons.


La Plata Maru


8


Toba Maru




May 19

Mav 21

May 21

May 21


95

32

560

112

2,872






Panama Mail S. S. Co


2


La Perla


70


Patrick Henry


Tampa Interocean S. S. Co




Sveadrott




President Jackson ....




May 22

May 22
May 23


May 22


5


Theodore Roosevelt.. .


Fred Olsen & Co


May 22. . .




1


Santa Inez




May 23


41


5









May 27, 1931 THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD 625

New York State Training Ship Transits Canal.

The training ship Newport of the State of New York arrived at Cris-
tobal on May 21, 1931, with 122 cadets aboard in training for the mer-
chant marine service. The vessel transited the Canal on the 23d,
and on the 26th cleared from Balboa en route to Bremerton, Wash.
The Newport, formerly a gunboat of the United States Navy, was loaned
by the Government to the State of New York several years ago to be
used as a training ship for merchant marine officers. She is 204 feet
long, 36 feet beam, and of 1,010 tons displacement. She is in command
of Capt. J. H. Tomb, U. S. N., retired, a former Marine Superintendent
of The Panama Canal.

Upon arrival at Bremerton the Nezuport will be replaced, for this
service, by the U. S. S. Procyon, a much larger and more modern
vessel, and the Newport will be returned to the Navy for decommission-
ing and sale. The Procyon was, until recently, flagship of the Fleet
Base Force based at San Pedro, Calif.

The Procyon is 390 feet long (401 feet overall), has a beam of 54
feet and her mean draft is 24 feet 5 inches. She is a sister ship of the
U. S. S. Antares and displaces 11,450 tons; is an oil burner and is
fitted with Curtis electric-geared turbines, giving her a speed of 11|
knots. The Procyon was formerly the S. S. Shaume and was taken
over from the Shipping Board by the Navy in 1921.



Cargo Declarations.

The Panama Canal, Department of Operation and Maintenance,

Balboa Heights, C. Z., May 25, 1931.

To Agents and Owners of Vessels using the Panama Canal :

1. Among the documents required by Regulation 12.1 {Rules and Regulations
Governing the Navigation of the Panama Canal) to be ready for immediate delivery
to the boarding party upon being received at the port of entry, is a cargo declaration.

2. The information contained in the cargo declaration is extremely important
for statistical purposes and a report of commodities transiting the Canal, and the
directions in which such commodities are moving is prepared from data contained
in these cargo declarations.

3. It has come to the attention of this office that not infrequently cargo declara-
tions are not ready for delivery upon arrival of vessels at a terminal port, and in
order to eliminate failure to obtain such declarations in the future, the following
procedure will be followed in the few cases where such declarations are not ready
when the vessel is boarded:

(a) Boarding officer at port of entry will notify Port Captain by means of
notation on the information sheet that the cargo declaration has not been fur-
nished.

(b) Port Captain will then notify pilot of the vessel at Miraflores or Gatun
Locks, as the case may be, to take up the cargo declaration before he leaves
the vessel. Upon his return, the pilot will deliver the cargo declaration to the
Port Captain's office which, in turn, will deliver same to the Chief Customs
Inspector.

(c) In accordance with Rule 13, clearance will not be issued until after "all
documents and statistical data required by the Canal authorities in regard
to vessel, cargo, and passengers have been furnished."

C. H. Woodward,

Marine Superintendent.
Approved:

H. Burgess,

Governor.



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