|United States District Court for the Canal Zone|
|Appeals to||Fifth Circuit|
|Abolished||March 31, 1982|
The District was established in 1914. It was originally under the War Department but in 1933 was transferred to the Department of Justice. 
Appeals were taken to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. 
The court was abolished, effective March 31, 1982, as part of the process of returning the Canal Zone to Panama.  Cases then pending in the Canal Zone court were transferred to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana in New Orleans.
- Lorin C. Collins Jr.
- W.W. Warwick
- Charles Harwood
- G. H. Martin (-1929)
- James J. Lenihan (1929-)
- Morey Sear
- An Experiment in US Territorial Governance: The District of the Canal Zone and its Federal Court (1904-1979)
- Executive Order #7676, The Canal Zone Judiciary by Franklin Delano Roosevelt
- Pictures of the Panama Canal Zone District Courthouse from the United States Marshals Service
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