From the Concord. I didn't look at the position on the Christmas Days, it's on a different page. Much of the time she was in Manila or one day in China. If someone really wants, I could look up New Years Days. Because the logbooks are in a lovely sequential order, I have a unix script that finds me the page corresponding to the date: e.g. get_date 25 Dec 1906
Because there are occasional pages scanned twice because of inserts or whatever, it doesn't get the correct page always, but it is close, and it is fast.
Herewith the details (edited slightly) for Concord, links in blue
... Christmas 1891
Received on board for issue to Crew 92 lbs bread and 115 lbs each fresh beef and vegetables.
Finished sports for the day with boat races. Christmas 1892
Nothing special noted, many people absent over leave, a couple placed in sentry's charge for safe keeping (i.e. they were drunk). Christmas 1893
Received the following fresh provisions on board, viz- 116 lbs bread and 145 lbs beef and vegetables each.
Sent 1st and 2nd cutters and sailing launch to USS Monocacy to take part in a race. (details given) Two men sent to hospital on shore. Captains from three British warships came to visit. A party of men were sent to have dinner with the crew of USS Moncacy. Several men drunk. Christmas Day 1894
Log sparse, nothing special noted. Christmas Day 1895
Received from Ah Yung of Pagoda Anchorage, 101 lbs. bread, and 126 1/4 lbs. each fresh beef and vegetables. At 12:30 the Comd'g. Officer, with the crew aft, read a letter from a representation of the American Colony in Fuchau, in reference to Christmas day and afterwards a small gift was presented to each man, by the Colony.Christmas Day 1896 occurred when the ship was decommissioned. Christmas Day 1897
One man AWOL. A liberty party sent ashore. Christmas Day 1898
At 9:00 the Flagship made a signal to the fleet "Merry Christmas." Received 338 lbs fresh meat. Christmas Day 1899
Nothing special noted. Armed watches on lookout. Christmas Day 1900
Nothing special noted. Liberty party sent ashore, returned minus one man. The Commanding Officer made official visits to USS Petrel and Villalobos. Christmas Day 1901
Nothing special noted.Christmas Day 1902 occurred when the ship was decommissioned. Christmas Day 1903
There were parties of men swimming, fishing and sailing. One man went AWOL.Christmas Day 1904 occurred when the ship was decommissioned. Christmas Day 1905
Nothing special noted. Very rough day at sea steaming out of Port Angeles. Possibly four men AWOL. - the mention was vague.Christmas Day 1906
Although the log book says it goes to Dec 31, 1906, it ends 01 Sep 1906. Christmas Day 1907
Nothing special noted. Christmas Day 1908
Nothing special noted. Five men AWOL but all returned 15 hours over leave.