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83,175

29,306

1,629

337


5,429,639

64,077

24,227

1,274

290


9,051,622
116,045
37,586


5,476,056
68,316
23,277


7,179,136




94,721




32,942






Costa Rican


483


299


214




825,255

23,868

2,865

570,198

1,339,699

320,894

49,832

4,001

330,223

1,633,150

11,080


532,990

22,216

2,489

378,515

909,881

243,042

44,246

2,475

201,157

1,207,524

8,774


904,465

31,544

3,939

694,077

1,583,647

369,825

81,226

3,938

389,585

1,940,096

12,816


548,292

22,614

2,353

384,164

936, 5S2

228,838

46,102

2,468

231,539

1,202,252

7,500


757,379




22,390




4,920




542,539




1,496,084




429,913


Honduran

Hungarian


11,626
132,010




1,789,178




9,900






Netherland

Norwegian

Panamanian


806,948

3,285,362

536,613

8,200

19,110

563

49,495

514,446

4,339

9,333,078

4,324

56,269


552,228

2,224,888

406,036

7,395

13,903

535

42,105

353,486

3,592

6,512,350

4,232

43,637


927,613

3,700,683

726,045

10,775

21,856

1,561

68,827

939,747

6,236

10,873,388

8,168

69,507


552,218

2,218,683

404,119

5,845

13,833

525

41,309

430,737

3,676

6,404,032

4,320

43,417


700,725

3,506,109

627,182

5,937


Philippine

Polish


31,681




36,102


Swedish

Union of Soviet So-
cialist Republics.
United States

Venezuelan

Yugo Slav


775,800


9,844,254
3,724
73,909


Total, fiscal year
1937


5,387


27,491,622


19,237,203


32,575,300


19,303,366


23,102,137.12


28,108,375


Total, fiscal year
1936


5,382


28,024,417


19,481,311


33,130,259


19,643,946


23,479,114.21


26,505,943


Total, fiscal year
1935


5,180


27,805,588


19,428,658


33,013,356


19,609,276


23,307,062.93


25,309,527



Note. — The above statement includes only ocean-going commercial traffic of 300 net tons and over, Panama Canal
measurement, and foreign naval vessels of 500 tons displacement and over.

Foreign naval vessels, other than transports, colliers, hospital ships, and supply
ships, pay tolls at the rate of $0.50 per ton displacement. Included in the preceding



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THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



July 15, 1937



tabulation of transits and tolls, but not of tonnages, are the foreign naval vessels
of 500 tons displacement and over which transited the Canal during the fiscal year
1937 and paid tolls on the basis of displacement, as follows:



Nationality


No.
of

transits


Displace-
ment
tonnage


Tolls




1
9
2
4
1
4


2,372
38,455

2,160
41,273

1,191

2,312


SI, 186. 00


British


19,227 50




1.0S0.00




20,636 50




595.50




1,156.00






Total


21


87,763


$43, SSI. 50







Directory of The Panama Canal



Executive Department

Headquarters, Balboa Heights

Col. C. S. Ridley, U. S. A., Governor.

E. A. Erbe, Administrative Assistant to the Governor.
L. A. Poltrino, Secretary.

C. A. McIlvaine, Executive Secretary.

C. M. Lupfer, Chief Clerk, Executive Office.

Guy Johannes, Chief, Police and Fire Division.

C. H. Calhoun, Chief, Division of Civil affairs.

B. M. Williams, Superintendent, Division of Schools.

Seymour Paul, Chief Personnel Officer, Division of Personnel Administration.

E. F. Attaway, General Secretary, Bureau of Clubs and Playgrounds.
F. H. Wang, General Counsel, The Panama Canal.
N. A. Becker, Land Agent and Assistant Counsel, Ancon.
R. W. Glaw, Paymaster.
A. H. Mohr, Collector.



Department of Operation and Maintenance

(Under immediate direction of the Governor as head of the department)
Headquarters, Balboa Heights

Col. G. E. Edgerton, U. S. A., Engineer of Maintenance.

J. G. Claybourn, Superintendent, Dredging Division, Gamboa.

Leonard Foote, Assistant Superintendent, Dredging Division, Gamboa.
Lt. Col. W. D. Styer, U. S. A., Assistant Engineer of Maintenance.

E. S. Randolph, Designing Engineer, Special Engineering Section.

A. C. Garlington, Electrical Engineer, Electrical Division.

G. W. Green, Municipal Engineer, Municipal Engineering Division.

L. B. Moore, Office Engineer.

E. D. Stillwell, Superintendent, Locks Division, Pedro Miguel.
R. Z. Kirkpatrick, Chief of Surveys.

Capt. W. F. Jacobs, U. S. N., Marine Superintendent, Marine Division.
Comdr. J. G. Moyer, U. S. N., Captain of the Port, Cristobal.
Comdr. B. J. Rodgers, U. S. N., Captain of the Port, Balboa.

F. de V. Sill, Director of Admeasurement.

Lt. H. C. Patton, U. S. N., Assistant to Marine Superintendent.
Board of Local Inspectors, Comdr. J. G. Moyer, U. S. N., Chairman,

Comdr. B. J. Rodgers, U. S. N., and Lt. H. C. Patton, U. S. N., members.
Board of Admeasurement, Capt. W. F. Jacobs, U. S. N., Chairman, F. de V. Sill,

Balboa Heights, F. E. Williams, Cristobal, E. Stetler, Balboa, members.

J. J. Walker, Recorder for Board of Local Inspectors and Board of Admeasurement.

Oscar Maessen, Inspector of Hulls and Boilers.

G. W. Penseyres, Pilot in Charge, Lighthouse Subdivision, Gatun.

Capt. E. R. Norton, U. S. N., Acting Superintendent, Mechanical Division, Balboa.
H. H. Evans, Assistant Superintendent, Mechanical Division, Balboa.
Lt. Dale Quarton, U. S. N., Assistant to the Superintendent, Mechanical Divi-
sion, Balboa.
W- H. Stone, Production Superintendent, Cristobal Shops, Cristobal.



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Supply Department

Headquarters, Balboa Heights

R. R. Watson, Chief Quartermaster.
J. H. K. Humphrey, 1st Asst. Chief Quartermaster.
L. W. Lewis, 2d Asst. Chief Quartermaster.

Samuel Grier, Superintendent, Animal and Motor Transportation Division.

W. R. Lindsay, Acting Director, Canal Zone Experimental Gardens, Summit.

J. E. Higgins, Consultant, Canal Zone Experiment Gardens, Balboa Heights.

J. M. King, District Quartermaster, Ancon-Balboa, Balboa Heights.

C. Peters, District Quartermaster, Cristobal-Gatun, Cristobal.
B. T. Carr, District Quartermaster, Pedro Miguel.

J. E. Lewis, Manager, Hotel Tivoli, Ancon.

D. J. Hendrick, Manager, Hotel Washington, Cristobal.

A. W. Goulet, General Manager, Commissary Division, Mt. Hope (P. R. R.).

F. E. Powell, Constructing Quartermaster.

E. H. Parmelee, General Storekeeper, Balboa.

T. A. Aanstoos, Printer, Panama Canal Press, Mt. Hope.



Accounting Department

Headquarters, Balboa Heights

W. H. Kromer, Comptroller, The Panama Canal.

Arnold Bruckner, Assistant Comptroller on the Isthmus.

C. F. Chase, Chief Accountant.

T. M. Drake, Chief Examiner.

H. H. Hudson, Claim Officer.

J. R. Bobbitt, Railroad Accountant.



Health Department

Headquarters, Balboa Heights

Col. H. C. Pillsbury, U. S. A., Chief Health Officer.
Dr. D. P. Curry, Assistant Chief Health Officer.
Dr. O. E. Denney, U. S. P. H. S., Chief Quarantine Officer.
Col. VV. H. Richardson, U. S. A., Superintendent, Gorgas Hospital, Ancon.
Maj. B. H. Olmsted, U. S. A., Acting Superintendent, Colon Hospital, Cristobal.
Capt. E. B. Litteral, U. S. A., Acting Superintendent, Corozal Hospital, Corozal.
Dr. J. C. Ellington, Health Officer of Panama City, Ancon.
Dr. J. L. Byrd, Health Officer of Cristobal-Colon, Cristobal.
Dr. Philip Horwitz, Acting Quarantine Officer, Cristobal.
Dr. J. D. Odom, Quarantine Officer, Balboa.



Wage and Complaints Boards

Balboa Heights

Wage Board:

Lt. Col. W. D. Styer, representing The Panama Canal.

C. F. Wahl, representing employees.
Complaints Board :

Lt. Col. W. D. Styer, and Head of Department or Division interested, represent-
ing The Panama Canal.

C. F. Wahl, representing employees.



The Panama Canal in the United States

New address, 1435 K Street, N. W n Washington, D. C.

H. A. A. Smith, Chief of Office and General Purchasing Officer.
F. B. Heimer, Assistant to the Chief of Office.
E. D. Anderson, Chief Clerk, Purchasing Department.
B. F. Burdick, Assistant Comptroller.

W. J. Sheridan, Assistant Purchasing Agent, 24 State St., New York, N. Y.
P. P. Greenwood, Inspecting Engineer, Washington, D. C.



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July 15, 1937



Panama Railroad Company

Headquarters^ Balboa Heights

Col. C. S. Ridley, U. S. A., President.

Col. G. E. Edgerton, U. S. A., Second Vice President.
C. T. Lindsay, General Manager.

E. D. Mason, Acting Assistant to the General Manager

F. H. Wang, Special Counsel.
J. O. Collins, Counsel.

J. H. Stilson, Jr., Acting Commercial Agent.

A. L. Prather, Receiving and Forwarding Agent, Cristobal.

P. L. Malone, Master of Transportation.

E. N. Stokes, Roadmaster.



Office in the United States, 24 Stale Street, New York City

T. H. Rossbottom, Vice President.

W. R. Pfizer, Assistant to Vice President and Secretary.

V. M. Newton, Treasurer.

G. L. Selkirk, Auditor.

W. K. B. Potts, Superintendent.

Wayne Johnson, General Counsel.

T. S. Sprague, Freight Traffic Manager.

A. M. Gibson, Passenger Agent.

W. J. Sheridan, Commissary Purchasing Agent.



Courts of Canal Zone

U. S. District Court:
C. E. Harwood, District Judge, Ancon.
J. J. Walker, Clerk of Court, Ancon.
C. T. McCormick, Jr., Deputy Clerk of Court, Cristobal.
J. J. McGuigan, District Attorney, Ancon.
J. E. Hushing, Canal Zone Marshal, Ancon.
Magistrates Courts:

P. E. Murray, Magistrate, Balboa.

E. I. P. Tatelman, Magistrate, Cristobal



Prices of Miscellaneous Supplies at Panama Canal Storehouses

The following are prices, including the 20 percent surcharge, to individuals and
companies, as of July 9, 1937:



Commodities



Unit



Price



Brass, bar, average

Brass, sheet, average

Bronze, Tobin, average

Gasoline, motor grade

Metal, yellow

Oakum, Navy, spun

Oakum, Navy, unspun

Oil, gun and ice machine

Oil, burning, Colza

Oil, engine, gas, light, in drums, No. 2135

Oil, engine, gas, extra heavy, in cases, No. 2250 .
Oil, engine, gas, extra heavy, in drums, No. 2250

Oil, kerosene, in drums

Oil, marine engine

Paint, lead, white, dry

Paint, lead, white, in oil

Paint, zinc oxide, dry

Paint, zinc oxide, in oil

Grease, gear, chain and wire rope, lubricating. . .

Grease, yellow, cup, No. 3, medium

Grease, yellow, cup, No. 5, hard

Soda, ash

Waste, cotton, colored

Waste, cotton, white



Lb.


$0.14


Lb.


.26


Lb.


.18


Gal.


.105


Lb.


.26


Lb.
Lb.


:l


Gal.


.28


Gal.


1 02


Gal.


.24


Gal.


.29


Gal.


.24


Gal.


.12


Gal.


.38


Lb.


.11


Lb.


.12


Lb.


.08


Lb.


.11


Lb.


.05


Lb.


.06


Lb.


.07


Lb.


.03


Lb.


.12


Lb.


.13



INDEX



Activities, terminal, monthly statements, 7, 27,

43, 59, 75, 91, 107, 123, 139, 159, 179, 199.
Address, telegraphic, of The Panama Canal, 189.
Aids to navigation:

Isla Parida, Panama, shoal reported does not

exist, 18.
Old Providence Island, Colombia, light irreg-
ular, 18.
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, shoal at entrance
to Gulf of Paria, 18.



Binders for The Panama Canal Record, 192.



Cargo:

Discharged and laden at terminal ports, 8,
28, 44, 60, 76, 92, 108, 124, 140, 160,
180, 200.
Handled at terminal ports, 7, 27, 43, 59, 75,

92, 107, 123, 139, 159, 179, 199.
Origin and destination of, by major areas,
2, 22, 38, 54, 71, 87, 102, 118, 134, 154,
174, 194.
Census of the Canal Zone, 17.
Chandlery supplies, available at the Panama

Canal, 20, 42, 76, 150.
Coal, price of, 18, 84, 100, 152, 172, 192.
Commodities, monthly statements:

Principal, 3, 23, 39, 55, 71, 87, 103, 119, 135,

155, 175, 195.
United States intercoastal and all trade
routes, in detail, 3, 23, 39, 55, 71, S8,
103, 119, 135, 155, 175, 195.



Directory:

The Panama Canal and Panama Railroad
Company, 210.



Facilities for shipping available at the Panama
Canal, 18, 93, 152, 172, 190.

H

Holiday Greetings, 69.

Hospital, Gorgas, location of patients and visit-
ing hourscl71, 192.



Information regarding Panama Canal furnished
by consular officers, 150, 171.

N

Notices and circulars of interest to shipping,

publication of, 20, 93, 152, 171, 190.
Notices to mariners. See Aids to navigation.

o

Oil, lubricating, available at Panama Canal
storehouses, 19, 84, 100, 151, 170, 191.
Fuel oil, Diesel oil, and coal prices, 106, 149,
160, 192, 200, 208.



Passengers arriving and departing, 8, 28, 44,
60, 76, 93, 108, 124, 140, 160, 180, 200.



Propulsion of ships, method of, transiting the
Canal, 108.

Provisions required by ships, available at Pan-
ama Canal, 20, 44, 60, 84, 100, 140, 169.

Publication of notices and circulars of interest to
shipping, 20, 93, 152, 171, 190.



Records, high, in May 1937, 180.



Sale of floating equipment, tug Engineer, 28.
Suez Canal traffic compared with Panama Canal

traffic, 17, 36, 52, 68, 83, 93, 115, 132, 150,

169, 190.
Strike of United States maritime employees

causes decline in Canal traffic, 85.
Supplies:

Miscellaneous, price of, at Panama Canal
storehouses, 19, 151, 170, 191, 212.
Ships' chandlery, 20, 190.



Terminal activities, 7, 27, 43, 59, 75, 91, 107,

123, 139, 159, 179, 199.
Tolls charges for transit of Panama Canal, 20,

83, 150, 172.
Towboat, Diesel-electric Gatun, under construc-
tion for Dredging Division, 124.
Traffic:

Monthly statements —

All traffic, total of, 1, 21, 37, 53, 69,

85, 101, 117, 133, 153, 173, 193.
By nationality, 1, 21, 37, 53, 70, 86,

101, 117, 133, 153, 173, 193.

By trade routes, 2, 22, 38, 54, 70, 86,

102, 118, 134, 154, 174, 194.
Comparison, current month with same

month in previous years, 7, 27, 43,
59, 75, 91, 107, 123, 139, 159, 179
199.
Comparison current year with that of
previous years, 1, 21, 37, 53, 69,
85, 101, 117, 133, 153, 173, 193.
Tanker traffic, 6, 26, 42, .58, 74, 91, 106,

122, 138, 158, 178, 198.
Vessels entering and clearing ports, 7,
27, 43, 59, 75, 92, 107, 123, 139,
159, 179, 199.
Movements of ocean vessels through Canal,
9, 29, 45, 61, 77, 94, 109, 125, 141, 161,
181, 201.
By nationality during calendar year 1936,

including foreign naval vessels, 116.
By nationality during fiscal year 1937,

including foreign naval vessels, 209.
United States Government vessels transiting
Canal free of tolls, number and tolls
value thereof, ten years, 16.
Train schedule, Panama Railroad, departure of

trains from terminals, 172.
Trips through the Canal, 172.



Vessels, first transits of:

Chinese, first since December 1920, 8.
Estonian, 76.
Latvian, 122.

w

Water, density of, in Balboa and Cristobal har-
bors, 152.



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