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LOCK OPERATIONS.



The following tabulation shows the number of lockages, and the number of vessels
passing through the locks during the month of May, 1932, as compared with the
corresponding month in 1931 and 1930:





Number of lockages.




Locks.


Commercial.


Noncommercial. ■


grand totals.




North.


South.


Total.


North.


South.


Total.


May,
1930.


May,
1931.


May,
1932.


Gatun


173
175
175


175
174
174


348
349
349


10
17
21


4
14
16


14
31
37


492
510
499


425
444
441


362


Pedro Miguel


380


Miraflores


386








Number of vessels put through locks.


Gatun


178
177
177


180
179
179


358
356
356


31

49
50


27
39
39


58

88
89


581
596
596


478
517
511


416


Pedro Miguel


444


Miraflores


445







■ Includes tolls-paying craft under 20 tons measurement.



CLASSIFICATION OF NONCOMMERCIAL VESSELS.





Gatun.


Pedro
Miguel.


Miraflores.


Army and Navy vessels


41
9

8


30
51

7


30


Panama Canal equipment


52


Launches under 20 tons measurement . . .


7







June S9, 193S



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



667



The total consumption of water for lockages, loss in leakage, and maintenance,
was as follows in May, 1932, as compared with the preceding month and the corre-
sponding month in 1931 :



GatuD.



Pedro

Miguel.



Miraflores.



Lockages

Leakage

Maintenances

Total, May, 1932.

Total, April, 1932

Total, May, 1931.



Cubic feet.
1,419,380,000
30,000,000
12,760,000



Cubic feet.
1,112,100,000
45,000,000



1,462,140,000



1,476,720,000



1,157,100,000
1,222,210,000



1,669,620,000



1,255,410,000



Cubic feet.

1,176,860,000
40,000,000
28,100,000



1,244,960,000
1,243,380,000



1,305,050,000



HYDROGRAPHY.



The hydrographic conditions in the Canal Zone and vicinity during the month of
May, 1932, are shown in comparative form in the following tabulation:



May.



1931.



1932.



May — Years of record.



Maximum. Minimum. Mean



Discharge of Chagres River at Alhajuela

Maximum momentary discharge for the month

Gatun Lake watershed, total yield

Gatun Lake watershed, net yield

Draft on Gatun Lake for lockages and power . .



C. f. s.
1,911
18,200
4,835
4,238
2,801



C.f.s.
2,171
13,358
4,954
4,346
2,512



C. f. s.
5,189

■63,500
8,685
7,964
2,910



C. f. s.

491

231

1,417

583

' 1,067



C. f. s.
2,120



4,590
3,941
1 2,404



■ May 5, 1918.



' 1914 excluded.



• 10-year average 1921-1930, inclusive.



The monthly mean discharge of the Chagres River at Alhajuela for May, 1932,
was 2,171 c. f. s., which is 2 per cent above the 31-year average of 2,120 c. f. s. The
maximum mean discharge on record for May is 5,189 c. f. s., in 1910, the minimum,
491 c. f. s., in 1920. The maximum momentary discharge for the month was 13,358
c. f. s. at elevation 98.54 feet, on the 28th, and the minimum was 1,130 c. f. s. at
elevation 92.00 feet on the 12th. The maximum momentary discharge on record
for May (1879 to 1932, inclusive) is 63,500 c. f. s. at elevation 110.00 feet, on May 5,
1918. The minimum momentary discharge on record for May (1907 to 1932,
inclusive) is 231 c. f. s. at elevation 90.17 feet on May 11, 1920. There was one rise
of five feet or more during the month — on the 28th.

Gatun Lake varied in elevation during May from a maximum of 84.11 feet on the
30th to a minimum of 83.26 feet on the 1st, averaged 83.67 feet, and ended at elevation
84.06 feet. The total yield of the Gatun Lake watershed was 4,954 c. f. s., which is
8 per cent above the 19-year average of 4,590 c. f. s. The maximum total yield on
record for May is 8,665 c. f. s. in 1918, and the minimum is 1,417 c. f. s. in 1920.

Miraflores Lake varied between elevations 54.25 feet on the 2d to 52.83 feet on the
19th, averaged 53.54 feet, and ended the month at elevation 53.62 feet.



SEISMOLOGY.

The new Wood-Anderson N-S and E-W components seismograph instruments
have been completely installed and will be in full operation when all the delicate and
final adjustments are completed.

ELECTRICAL DIVISION.

The gross generator output of the Gatun hydroelectric station for the month was
5,416,600 kilowatt hours, and the computed water consumption was 4,183,454,822
cubic feet. Continuous service was maintained at this station throughout the month.
The Miraflores Diesel-electric station had a gross generator output of 8,000 kilowatt
hours, and the fuel oil consumption was 36.22 barrels. Generators at this station
were on the bus three times during the month for peak load conditions.

In addition to the usual operating and maintenance work performed, electrical
additions or repairs were made on 22 vessels during the month. There were 426
work orders issued during the month, as compared with 363 issued during the previous
month.



668



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



June 29, 193i



MECHANICAL DIVISION.



Marine work at the Cristobal and Balboa shops during the month of May, 1932,
is summarized as follows:





Ships repaired (including those


in dry dock).




Remaining

from previous

month.


Entered
during
month.


Completed
during
month.


At Cristobal:

nnmmpreial


7
2
2

2
4
2


29
13
4

9

1
3


33


United States Government


3


Panama Canal equipment


5


At Balboa:

Commercial '.


9


TlniteH Statpa Onvprnrnpri f, , , . ,


4


Panama Canal equipment


1






Total


19


59


53








Vessels in dry dock.


At Cristobal:

Commercial




1
1
3

t


1


United States Government




1


Panama Canal equipment




3


At Balboa:

Commercial




4


Panama Canal equipment












Total




11


9









The Panama Canal tugs Cocoli and Tavernilla were drydocked and overhauled
during the month. Annual overhaul was commenced on the United States Navy's
submarine ^-i-?.

MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING DIVISION.

On the "soft nose" under construction at the south end of Miraflores Locks the
manufacture and placing of timber crib fenders with buffer blocks was continued
during the month; and 400 cubic yards of rock fill were unloaded and placed. In
connection with the installation of a water main across the Canal from Balboa to
the west bank, there were installed 1,800 feet of 12-inch flexible pipe and 640 feet
of 12-inch standard cast iron pipe; connections was made to existing 6-inch water
main on each bank; 430 feet of l§-inch cast iron pipe for temporary connection for
crane were installed; and 100 cubic yards were excavated and backfilled. On the
Thatcher Highway project, five caissons were set and concrete was poured in two of
them at east ferry slip, and two sets of beams were precast; on the west ferry slip
concrete was poured on the gallows frame foundation from elevation —6.00 to +10.33.
On the highway proper shouldering was completed, and grass was planted for five
miles.

Work on numerous improvement projects in the Canal Zone and in the cities of
Panama and Colon was carried on. The usual work was performed on streets, roads,
walks, and the water and sewer systems. The amount of water pumped during the
month totaled 732,110,250 gallons.



DREDGING DIVISION.

During the night of May 7, a small slide developed in the east bank of the Canal,
centering at station 1629 plus 00 (East Powderhouse slide). Material was in motion
between stations 1628 plus 50 and 1631 plus 00, about 25,000 cubic yards entering
the prism, with toe of slide projecting about 50 feet beyond the east prism line. The
back break in the bank was approximately 300 feet east of the east prism line. A
dipper dredge worked 18 days between stations 1627 plus 50 and 1637 plus 75 E.,
removing a total of 65,800 cubic yards of material, of which 49,500 cubic yards were
unmined rock. A basin was dredged at the foot of this slide 70 feet east of prism
line and extending from station 1629 plus 00 to station 1632 plus 00.

The general movement along the waterfront of West Culebra slide showed an
average of five-tenths of a foot toward the Canal between stations 1786 plus 00 and
1790 plus 00, and no movement southward.

There were several small bank breaks during the month in the Cut. There was
no interference with shipping on account of slides during the month.

The total excavation during May, 1932, was 514,600 cubic yards, as follows:



June S9. 193S



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



669



Wet excavation.



Earth.



Rock.



Total.



Work excavation:

Canal prism, Gaillard Cut —

East Powderhouse slide

East and West Culebra slide.

Maintenance

Canal prism, Miraflores Lake:

Project No. 6

Maintenance

Canal prism, Pacific entrance —

Project No. 1

Project No. 1-B

Maintenance



Cubic yds.



16,300



10,900



169,900
101,800



24,900



Total.



323,800



Cubic yds.



49,500

600

18,700

56,600



46,200
6,600
12,600



Cubic yds.



65,800

600

29,600

226,500
101,800

46,200

6,600

37,500



190,800



514,600



The ferry service at the north end of Pedro Miguel Locks operated 31 days during
the month. One thousand three hundred and sixty-four (1,364) single trips were
made, and 203 Panama Canal, 103 U. S. Army, and 5,843 other vehicles, a total of
6,149, were ferried across the Canal.

MADDEN DAM DIVISION.

The average working force for both the Government and the contractor for May,
1932, was 211 gold and 546 silver men.

The contractor's 3-cubic-yard drag line excavator slid off an enbankment and was
out of commission for two weeks. On May 20th a small tornado damaged two of the
contractor's buildings and one of his culverts, and blew down a great many trees.
Work on saddle dams was confined to maintenance of slopes and a small amount of
rock fill with a total of 1,738 yards of fill placed. One pipe culvert was placed on the
power house road and drilling 'and blasting was done on the road north of Madden
Dam. The work was continued on the clay grouting schedule on saddle dams 10
and 11. One hundred and nine lineal feet of 2-inch grout pipe was set in two holes.
No drilling was done but 1,766.7 cubic yards of grout was placed in 30 holes. No
concrete was placed during the month; the total previously placed was 2,786 cubic
yards. The contractor is about 4,700 cubic yards behind schedule on the concrete
work. Tests of sand and aggregates were carried on. Thirteen thousand and sixty-
six cubic yards of rock excavation and 15,564 cubic yards of earth excavation were
removed from the Madden Dam site. The contractor continued installation of his
gravel reclaiming and concreting plant and also erection of his cableway.

Twenty-eight and one-half acres of land were cut and piled by force account on the
reservoir clearing and two contracts were let for clearing in the reservoir area. One
was awarded to J. A. Jones Construction Company and the other to Pucci & Butler.
Both companies commenced clearing operations and 65 acres had been cut and piled
at the end of the month by the J. A. Jones Construction Company. Material
requisitions to the value of $676,063.00 have been placed up to date of which
$47,500.00 worth had been issued to the contractor.



OCCUPANTS OF QUARTERS.

The number of persons, including men, women, and children, occupying Panama
Canal quarters on May 31, 1932, was 24,284, composed of 8,168 Americans, 2,789 of
whom were men, 2,548 women, and 2,831 children; 195 Europeans, 84 of whom were
men, 32 women, and 79 children; and 15,921 West Indians, 4,277 of whom were men,
2,868 women, and 8,776 children. The total number of persons in quarters on
May 31, 1931, was 24,137.

WORKING FORCE.

The following tabulation shows the number of gold and silver employees as of
May 18, 1932, with a comparison of the working force for the preceding month and
for May, 1931:



670



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



June 29, IQ32





Total em


ployees.


As of May 18, 1932.




May,
1931.


April,
1932.


Gold.


Silver.


Total.


Operation and Maintenance:

Office


106
375
873
935

1,172
258

1,380
747
105


92

406

928

919

1,029

256

1,066

661

97


53
158

84
235
176

40
450
183

17


38
202
876
684
868
216
630
484
100


91




360




960




919




1,044




256




1,080




667




117






Tetal


5,951


5,454


1,396


4,098


5,494






Supply Department:


1,746
1,548

97
112

99
306


1,712
1,492
103
103
91
304


194
234

2

8

8

81


1,464
1,247

97
92
77
228


1,658




1,481




99


Hotel Tivoli


100




85




309






Total


3,908


3,805


527


3,205


3,732








211

1,109

883


199

1,100

924


194
278
571


5
813
366


199




1,091




937








2,203


2,223


1,043


1,184


2,227






Panama Railroad Company:


284

179

1,371

241


105

351

1,041

114


24
74
73
25


53
240

588
78


77




314




661




103






Total


2,075


1,611


196


959


1,155








14,137




















Grand total, April, 1932




13,093


















Grand total, May, 1932






3,162


9,446


12,608











Additions to the gold force on the Isthmus in May, 1932, were as follows: Employ-
ed in the United States, 1 ; employed on the Isthmus, 2 ; reemployed on the Isthmus, 2 ;
total, 5. Separations from the gold force totaled 20, as follows: Resigned, 8; dis-
charged, 4; retired, 6; died, 2. At the end of the month there were on file 675 appli-
cations from residents of the Isthmus for employment.

VITAL STATISTICS.

A total of 156 deaths occurred during the month of May, 1932, among the popu-
lation of the Canal Zone (40,565) and the cities of Panama (77,500) and Colon
(30,000), total population 148,065, which is equivalent to an annual death rate of
13.39 per 1,000 population. The leading causes of death were: Tuberculosis of the
respiratory system, 31; pneumonia (broncho and lobar), 22; diarrhea and enteritis, 12;
cancer (various organs), 10; and organic diseases of the heart, 9. There were 6
deaths from appoplexy, 6 from syphilis, and 1 each from measles and erysipelas.
There were 23 deaths among nonresidents, which are not included in the above
statistics.

There were 302 live births and 13 still births reported during the month. Including
stillbirths, this is equivalent to an annual birth rate of 26.27. Deaths among children
under one year of age numbered 36, giving an infant mortality rate, based on the
number of live births reported, of 119.21.

The total number of malaria cases reported from the Zone and the cities of Panama
and Colon was 145, of whom 14 were employees (7 white and 7 colored), 18 were
member's of employees' families (2 white and 16 colored), 1 was a contractor's
employee at Madden Dam, 2 were Canal Zone agriculturists, 29 were other civilian
nonemployees, and 81 were Army and Navy personnel.

Of the 32 employees and members of employees' families, 15 were probably infected
outside 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 was one death from malaria among residents, an American soldier, who
probably acquired his infection while with surveying party in unsanitated areas.



June S9, 1932



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



671



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 $175,549.14, of which
$159,383.60 was for the Department of Operation and Maintenance, and $16,165.54
was for other Panama Canal departments.

Cash sales on the Isthmus from stock, fuel oil, scrap, and obsolete and second-hand
material amounted to $24,763.17.

FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

The following statement shows in a condensed form the aggregate revenue and
expenditures for the month of April, 1932, as compared with April, 1931, and the
figures for the first 10 months of the current fiscal year as compared with the same
period in the fiscal year 1931.

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





April, I93L


April, 1932.


First 10 months of fiscal year.




Last year.


This year.


Tolls


$2,014,413.63
341,263.53


$1,608,683.45
255.700.09


$20,899,617.03
3,297,544.30


$17,454,263.83
2 691 228 65










2,355,682.16
1,154,785.37


1,864,383.54
1,041,014.49


24,197,161.33
11,718,433.10


20,145,497.48
10,434.969.02


Total transit expenses






1,200,896.79
1,265,492.32


823.369.05
1,269.617.81


12.478,728.23
12.629.001.76


9.710,528.46
12,658,093.66


Three per cent fixed capital charge


Surplus or (deficit)


(64.595.53)


(446,248.76)


(150,273.53)


(2,947,565.20)




Business revenues


1,419,429.87
1,329,670.73


1,655,973.00
1,601,016.42


16.745,029.76
16,013,603.69


14,801,456.98
14,240.469.33






89,759.14
63,762.02


54.956.58
65.794.01


731,426.07
676,274.08


560.987.65
696.024.57


Three per cent fixed capital charge.. .




25,997.12


(10,837.43)


55,151.88


(135.036.92)






3,775,112.03
2,484,456.10


3,520,356.54
2,642,030.91


40.942.191.09
27.732.036.79


34,946,954.46
24,675,438.35


Combined expenses


Net revenues


1,290,655.93
1,329,254.34


878,325.63
1.335.411.82


13.210.154.30
13.305,275.84


10,271,516.11
13,354,118.23


Three per cent fixed capital charge. . .




(38,598.41)


(457,086.19)


(95,121.54)


(3,082.602.12)





( ) 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 June 25, 1932.





Line or charterer.


Arrived.


Departed.


Cargo-




Discharged


Laded.




U. S. Army


June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June


18
18
18
20
20
20
22
22
22
23
24
24
24
24
24


June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June


21
18
19
20
20
21
23
23
24
23
24
24
25
24
25


Tons.

560

144

29

1

9,208

790

28

200


Tons.
66
3


Santa Elisa


Panama Mail S. S. Co






52


Santa Clara


Grace Line




Phobos


Netherlands India Tank Co

Barber S. S. Lme




Tai Ping




Santa Cecilia


Panama Mail S. S. Co




Plus Ultra


Cia. Ecuadorian de Transportes. . .
Hamburg-.\merican Line




Seattle


127


Tai Shan


Barber S. S. Line




2


Santa Barbara




143

1

2

- 117

820


23


President Hayes


Dollar Line




St. Mihiel


U.S. Army «


14


Durazzo


Hamburg-American Li[ie

Fred Olsen Line




Benjamin Franklin . . .











672



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



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