Annual Report of the Governor of the Panama Canal

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1915
 

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Miraflores waterpurification plant Sedimentation basin looking toward head house May 17 1915
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Miraflores waterpurification plant Main operating floor looking toward labora tory office May 17 1915
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APPENDIX
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Average number of vessels per
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Tons of cargo
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Diagram showing quantity of water used for lockages and hydroelectric station
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Hydrograph at Pedro Miguel Cut March 16 to 17 1915
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General map of AnconBalboa district showing roads constructed during fiscal year
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Wind roses calendar year 1914
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Gatun Lake watershed Yields storage and losses mass curves Calendar year 1914 and dry season 1915
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Chagres River drainage basin Alhajuela average monthly discharges
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Gatun Lake watershed Total yield for Gatun Lake year 1914 and dry season 1915
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Miraflores Locks Current observations taken at west lower operating gates May 31 1915
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Study of Gatun Lake heights dry season 1915 January
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Report of the engineer of maintenanceContinued
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Study of Gatun Lake heights dry season 1915 March showing contributing features
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Study of Gatun Lake heights dry season 1915 April showing contributing features
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Chagres River drainage basin Alhajuela mass curves of discharge
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Ratio curves Rise at Gamboa as percentage of rise at Vigia
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Velocities in canal at slide at Station 1791 during Pedro Miguel lockages Decem
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Pacific terminals Pier No 18 and pier shed Balboa General layout
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Cristobal terminal docks piers and mole General plan
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Pier No 7 Cristobal Typical section
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Oilfuel storage Atlantic and Pacific terminals Typical plan and elevation of oilhandling plants
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Oilfuel storage Pacific terminals Location plan of tank lots
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Oilfuel storage Atlantic terminals General plan
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Oilfuel storage Pacific terminals General plan
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Gatun Locks Control house third floor showing control board March
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Gatun Locks U S S Ohio in middle east chamber looking north showing
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Pedro Miguel Locks Birdseye view of north approach wall showing vessels
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Miraflores Locks Argentine naval training ship Presidente Sarmiento in upper
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Miraflores upper locks Lock entrance caisson in place at north end of east
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Hydroelectric station Gatun View from west side showing gatehouse and east
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Part of north wing of administration building Balboa Heights and castiron
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Report of the engineer of terminal construction
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Report of the engineer of terminal constructionContinued
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ber 4 1914
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Report of engineer of terminal construction
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Rock dikes Limon Bay Dike No 1 June 1915
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Rock dikes Limon Bay Dikes Nos 12 and 3 and wooden groins at high tide June 1915
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Obispo diversion ditches Outlet of ditch A opposite Empire June 1915
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Gaillard Cut at Bas Obispo Looking south from east bank of canal June
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Gaillard Cut Looking north from Contractors Hill Culebra slide east right center June 1915
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Gaillard Cut Sailing ship in tow passing slide on east bank north of Gold Hill Looking north January 24 1915
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U S S Ohio passing Cucaracha slide Looking east July 16 1915
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U S S Ohio passing Cucaracha slide July 16 1915
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Water hyacinths A single plant 8 weeks after it appeared above the water June 1915
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Water hyacinths Removing young plants from the Obispo River 60 Water hyacinths Plants eight weeks old near the mouth of the Obispo River
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Water hyacinths Plants four weeks old near the mouth of the Obispo River
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Water hyacinth
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Gamboa gravel dock Unloading cranes and storage bins June 1915
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Chagres River gravel beds Pipe line dredge in operation four miles above Gamboa June 1915
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Chagres River gravel beds Washing and screening plant in operation From left to right barges being loaded with sand No 1 gravel and No 2 gravel
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APPENDIX D
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Pacific terminals Traveling concretemixing plant Tower and distributing
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Abstract of expenditures mechanical division for Paraiso shops only
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APPENDIX
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cargo handled
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APPENDIX
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C September 26 1914
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APPENDIX
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APPENDIX
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June 1915
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Personnel
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APPENDIX I
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APPENDIX
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Police and fire division
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Division of schools
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Applications for married quarters on file June 30 1915
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Report of the special attorney
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APPENDIX L
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APPENDIX
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APPENDIX 0
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the Canal Zone for index see p 491 491

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