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Lock canal-Continued.

Page.
Objections to, by Mr. Wallace..

1950
Opinion of Mr. Wallace is that the minority have underestimated the time
it will take to construct..

1991
Prism of...

2086
Reasons why General Haines favors.

2080, 2083, 2099
Route for shipping next to be considered.

2154
Size of locks in.

2156
Submerged lands for.

1984-1985
Time necessary to construct.

1951, 1993, 2192, 2193
Transformability of.

2200, 2315, 2725
Vessels can anchor and clean their bottoms in.

2102
Water supply for...

2097, 2098
Locks:
Can be made larger if necessary.

2043
Danger from dynamiters...

2044
Gates in, and the workings of, when a ship has entered.

2041
Gatun locks-
Manchester Canal: Lockage time in......

2156
Amount of material necessary to construct.

1994
Amount of excavation at..

2194, 2719
Borings for, are not complete.

1981
Borings for..

2112
Gatun-

Cablegrams on length and foundation, by Mr. Stevens (chief engi-
neer).

2038, 2111
Capacity of.

2034
Construction of.

2029
Difficulty of, in constructing.

1994
Liability of accidents in..

1982
Rock foundation...

2111
Safety of...

2043
Ships, movement in.

2040
Site for good..

2110
Telegrams by Mr. Stevens on foundation.

2111
Topography for.

2034
Usable length...

1982, 2037, 2039
Soo Canal-
Locks in object lesson to Board of Consulting Engineers.

2168
Locks, size of..

2167
St. Mary's Falls Canal: Experience there with locks demonstrates the ad-
vantage of.

2154
Sites: Several favorable, for locks between Gamboa and Bohio.

2247
Size of..

2156
Tidal locks-
Objections to, by Mr. Wallace...

1952, 2029
Sea-level

2156
Time necessary to construct.

1951, 2029
Lloyds Register: Standard shipping register in world

2175

M.

Magoon, Charles E., governor of Canal Zone:
Duties of, as...

2771
Letters by, to Secretary of War, respecting condition of affairs on Isthmus,
May 24, 1905, when J. F. Wallace and he arrived..

2679-2686
Member of executive committee of Panama Railroad.

2816
Maintenance: Cost of maintaining sea-level canal.

2087
Malthy, F. B.: Division engineer, Christobal.

2640
Manchester Canal: Lockage time at.

2156
Manning, John B.: Stock of Panama Railroad bought by..

2938
Markel, J. E.:
Mention of cancellation of contract held by....

2857
Reference made by Secretary of War in regard to contract held by .

2572
Material and supplies:
How and when to be purchased.

2400, 2442, 2715, 2716
On hand...

2678

Page
Medical supplies: Cause for delay of..

2776
McKeon & Co..

2856
Mercantile Trust Company.

2927
Message of President of the United States: Transmitting first annual report of
the Isthmian Canal Commission..

2392
Miraflores

1976
Modus vivendi:
Established by an Executive order...

2519, 2526, 2740, 2744
Tariff charges upon importations settled by..

2756
To be succeeded by treaty.

2762
Money. (See Canal Zone.)
Morgan, J. P., & Co.: Bankers.

2856

N.
Navigation:
Safer in lock canal...

2035
Sea-level canal...

2087
Navy Department:

Makes contract with Panama Railroad for coal to be used on war ships.... 2847
Prefers Pocahontas coal to any other...

2847
New Panama Canal Company. (See French Canal Company.)
New York Life Insurance Company..

2910
Nichols, A. B.: Assistant engineer, Gatun.

2634
Norfolk, Va.: Price of coal delivered at

2845
Northwestern Insurance Company: Surplus fund of

2910

0.
Obaldia, Señor De:
Letter by, to Hon. John Hay, Secretary of State.

2352
Letter from Secretary of State John Hay to..

2378
Minister from Panama.

2770
Points in dispatch by.

2345
Obispo: Retaining basin at, calculated to relieve pressure on Gamboa dam. 2236-2237
Oil pipe lines:

Correspondence in regard to contract let to Union Oil Company... 2688-2703
Testimony by Secretary of War Taft...

2573
Organization of Canal Commission...

2424
P.

Pacific Mail Steamship Company: Its connection with Panama Railroad Com-
pany.

... 2549, 2808
Panama:
Constitution of, in regard to objectionable characters .

2766
Copy of treaty with.

2581
Earthquakes

2120
Topography of, along Chagres River.

2120
Panama Bay: High tides at.

1979
Panama Canal Company (old): Amount of stock controlled by (see French Canal
Company).

2297, 2891
Panama City:
Morality of.

2433, 2766
Waterworks and sewer system...

2432, 2433
Panama Railroad:
Accounts of, audited by Isthmian Canal Commission..

2320
Administration of..

1954
Amount of capital when organized.

10
Amount due the Republic of Panama..

2869
Annual report shows increase in cost of property.

2870
Article seven in regard to....

2749
Board of directors
Action of, in regard to declaring dividends...

2879
Affairs of Panama Railroad administered by.

2887
Authorizes agent to purchase coal...

2838, 2840
Meeting days of, and where held.

2288, 2825
Meeting held on January 19, 1906, shows account of sale of first-
mortgage bond..

2853, 2854

Panama Railroad-Continued.

Page.
Board of directors-Continued.
Meeting of, adopting resolutions declaring dividends...

2934
Minutes of, in regard to cancellation of Markel contract.

2856-2862
Minutes of, and kept by..

2857, 2858, 2860, 2862
Minute books of, do not show authorization for the sale of bonds to pay
for rebuilding of ships owned by

2884, 2885
Paragraph of letter from Mr. Shonts in regard to minutes of

2864
Resolutions adopted by, in regard to outstanding claims against. 2842
By-laws of, providing for appointment of a general superintendent..

2827
Capital expenditure shown by last annual report...

2910
Cause for freight congestion on..

2775, 2776
Claims of, against Government.

2138, 2139
Coal-
Amount on hand

2869
Amount used since 1904.

2844, 2855
Carried by tramp steamers.

2840, 2848
Consumption of, has increased rapidly lately.

2839, 2845
Contract for transportation of, made by:

2840
Earn Steamship Line has had contract for carrying

2845
Price received for, by.....

2839, 2843
Pocahontas coal used exclusively for some years...

2844
Regularity of price for, maintained by Pocahontas company. 2845, 2846
Resolution adopted by Canal Commission that Panama Railroad should
buy all coal used by them.

2838
Sold by Panama Railroad ..

2837
Terms
upon

which it is furnished to Isthmian Canal Commission 2848
Commission department on Isthmus conducted by....

2851
Condition of, when Walker Commission took possession.

2063, 2064, 2545
Conservative policy of, was to improve property..

2910
Construction of large dock at La Boca..

2546
Cosmos. Line has been asked to enter into traffic agreement with.. 2815
Cromwell, W'm. Nelson: Attorney for.......

2553
Damages: Responsible for, if it occurs to goods while in the hands of.. 2813
Date when property of, was transferred to the United States...

2825
Date shown on stock when transferred over to the United States.

2826
Date of appointment of directors...

2519
Date of annual meeting and election of officers.

2520
Deposits kept by, at different banks....

2877, 2927
Diversions of, made for building canal through Culebra Cut..

2140
Dividends-
Declared by

2865, 2866, 2880, 2886, 2913, 2933, 2935
Earnings of Panama Railroad under all conditions can be distributed
among stockholders as.

2870
Funds used for the issuance of.

2909
Issued by, were never paid out of the earnings for a given year 2878, 2879
None declared between 1896 and 1901..

2931
Only one contract outstanding when declared..

2926
Paid to stockholders of.record..

2870, 2890
Paid in excess of net earnings..

2889
To Panama Canal Company in November, 1903 2880, 2887, 2890, 2911
Unclaimed

2869
Use of word “Special” in resolution declaring dividend in 1901.. 2934, 2936
Division of rates between railroad and steamship line controlled by 2806, 2808
Does not refuse to enter into contract with all steamship lines...

2815
Double tracking of...

2290
Drake, Edward A.: Secretary and treasurer.

2798
Earnings of, under all conditions, can be distributed among stockholders as
dividends

2870
Earnings divided with steamship company controlled by

2794
Efficiency..

2025
Engaged in severe freight war with Pacific Mail Steamship Company. 2931
Exhibit No. 24, letter of Mr. Wallace in regard to relations between Isth-
main Canal work and ..

2677
Executive committee-
Action in regard to rebuilding ships controlled by..

2875
Also finance committee

2876

uce

Panama Railroad-Continued.

Page.
Executive committee-Continued.
Approved contract for the rebuilding of ships...,

2877, 2931
Drake, Edward A., authority in connection with.

2817
Submitted plan to create bonded debt for repair of ships. 2928, 2929
Extract from the record of one of the executive meetings.

2817
Has control over the purchasing of supplies.....

2836
Members of, when Cramp contract was set for the rebuilding of ships. 2885
Members of, when United States took over property

2824
Minutes of, kept by...

2817
Number of members of..

2816, 2822
Powers of.....

2822, 2823
Regulates business of, and issues instructions to officers.

2816
Remarks on.

2816, 2823
Financial condition-
Accrued interest on deposits.....

2869
Amount due Republic of Panama..

2869
Balance sheet December 31, 1905..

2894
Balance sheet exhibits

2898-2904
Exhibit No. 1, accrued interest on first-mortgage bonds..

2898
Exhibit No. 2, interest and exchange..

2898
Exhibit No. 3, drawback on Colombian and Panamanian prod-

2898
Exhibit No. 4, cost of road equipment.

2898
Exhibit No. 5, real estate on Isthmus..

2898
Exhibit No. 6, floating equipment..

2899
Exhibit No. 7, bonds in treasury.

2899
Exhibit No. 8, on deposit with financial agents for redemption of
bonds..

2899
Exhibit No. 9, improvement and construction work uncompleted 2899
Exhibit No. 10, cash in banks with agents..

2900
Exhibit No. 11, coal and supplies on hand..

2900
Exhibit No. 12, due from connecting lines.

2900
Exhibit No. 13, due from United States..

2901
Exhibit No. 14, due from companies and individuals.

2901
Exhibit No. 15, miscellaneous accounts.....

2901
Exhibit No. 16, unearned insurance and charter of steamers 2902
Exhibit No. 17, general average disbursement....

2902
Exhibit No. 18, bonds drawn for redemption not presented. 2902
Exhibit No. 19, interest accrued on bonds not due

2902
Exhibit No. 20, accrued funds for redemption of bonds.

2902
Exhibit No. 21, interest on bonds due and unpaid..

2902
Exhibit No. 22, steamship and tug replacement fund.

2903
Exhibit No. 23, unpaid wages...

2903
Exhibit No. 24, Isthmus drafts not presented..

2903
Exhibit No. 25, our connecting lines...

2903
Exhibit No. 26, audited vouchers and pay rolls.

2903
Exhibit No. 27, miscellaneous accounts..

2904
Bonds were used in paying for rebuilding ships.. 2811, 2874, 2882, 2883, 2915
Capital expended for La Boca terminal...

2868, 2907
Cash on hand March 31, 1904......

2869
Cash on hand in treasury when September dividend was declared.. 2913,

2927, 2940
Current liabilities....

2869
Deposits kept at different banks..

2927
Dividends-
Declared by.

2865, 2866, 2880, 2886, 2913, 2933, 2935
Funds used for the issuance of.

2909
Issued by, were never paid out of earnings for a given year. 2878, 2879
None declared between 1896 and 1901...

2931
Only one contract outstanding when declared.

2926
Paid during its corporate existence..

2867, 2868
Paid to stockholders of record.

2870, 2890
Paid in excess of net earnings.

2889
To Panama Canal Company in November, 1903 2880, 2887, 2890, 2911
Unclaimed..

2869
Use of word “Special” in resolution declaring dividend in
1901...

2934, 2936

Panama Railroad-Continued.

Page.
Financial condition--Continued.
Division of rates made under traffic agreement.

2804
Extract from statement by Gen. George W. Davis in regard to... 2878
Income account and profit and loss account for twelve months ending
December 31, 1905

2892
Income and financial exhibit, month of February, 1906.

2896
Increase of sinking fund..

2867
Largest accounts kept at trust companies

2927
Miscellaneous accounts.

2869
Money due from connecting lines.

2869
Money due from United States..

2869
Money due from companies and individuals.

2869
Net surplus on hand December 31, 1903 .

2867
Number of bonds sold.......

2878, 2909
Only one contract outstanding when last dividend was declared. 2926
Reasons for selling first-mortgage bonds...

2854
Reasons for repurchasing first-mortgage bonds.

2855
Statement showing net earnings and dividends paid

2866-2869
Statement showing disposition of accumulated earnings.

2868
Statement of railroad freight tonnage handled...

2895
Summary of earnings and expenses for twelve months ending Decem-
ber 31, 1905....

2892
Table showing result of operations for calendar year 1905.

2892-2904
Treasury statement..

2904
Fiscal year.

2865
Four and one-half per cent bonds should be paid..

2748
Freight-
Cost of handling across the Isthmus...

2025
Cause of congestion....

2775, 2776
Flat rate should be charged for handling:

2026
Method of collection and distribution at different points.

2804, 2849
Rates charged for ..

1986, 2029, 2548
Rates not fixed by Canal Commission..

1987
General superintendent-
By-laws providing for appointment....

2827
No change in duties since United States took possession

2830
Power of

2828
Under control of executive committee.

2829
Under control of general manager.

2829
Government took possession.

2888
Importance of, in rebuilding canal.

2138, 2289, 2319
Improvement and construction account kept.

2907
Insurance for ships....

2974
La Boca dock-
Bonds sold still outstanding.....

2909
Building of, charged to construction account

2907, 2908
Capital expended for..

2868
Constructed by..

2907, 2932
Payment for, made by sale of bonds

2907
Letter of Secretary of War to J. J. Hooker..

2549
List showing stockholders..

2942
Local rates charged...

2548, 2549, 2814
Maintenance fund kept.

2905, 2912
Marked value of stock.

2938
Money held as cash reserve subject to check.

2803
Necessity for changing location..

2317, 2318
Necessity for control by chief contractor of canal.

2231
No discrimination made against.foreign ships..

2808
Officers and duties of.....

2137
Operating expense account.

2915
Operating expenses month by month.

2914
Panama subsidy bonds.

2803
Policy in regard to shipping.

2810
Possession by officers elected for United States.

2827
Preliminary construction....

2776
President's power in regard to.

2834
Purchase of property by United States.

2140, 2141

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