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Beer.Spirits.irine.Total.

France 62 20 254 336

United kingdom 317 11 4 332

Germany 275 19 15 309

United States 133 11 3 147



The average yearly drink consumption
(in gallons) per head of population during
the periods named was:

1886-90. 1891-95. 1896-190(1.

France 26.5 31.5 32.3

United kingdom 29.4 31.1 33.1

Germany 24.4 26.6 29.9

United States 11.8 14.3 14.2



STRIKES -VXD LOCKOUTS IX THE UNITKD STATES.



STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS IN THE UNITED STATES.

From Jan. 1. 1881, to Dec. 31, 1900.
[Compiled from sixteenth annual report of the commissioner of labor.]



VF.AH.


STRIKES.


IiOCKOUTS."


Dumber.


K =


Til mil- 11 ns't !! \',':<r',i.


Number.


Kxlnliliish-
nient*.


Thrown out of work.


fc
\

^ 3
*


I'i'r rent
malt's.


Per cent
/enialex


|

li


Per cent
males.


Percent
females.


8S1

S82
B88


4<1
454
178

! ,
(!!,>
1.432

i. 136

906
l.OVJ

l.Svi

1.717
1.298
1.305
1.349
1.215
1.026
1.078
1.056
1.797
1,779
23,793


2.933
2.HIJ
2. ,'59
2,3' i7
2.2S4
li).053
B.689
8.506
8.7*
9,i24
8. lie
5.540
4,555
8.196
6,973
5.462
8.492
3,809
11.317
9.248


in.521

i>i.6;i

U9.76.(

117.0M
24M05
503.044
Rr9,76

itr.704

2l'.l.559*

;r,i.9u
2W.939
206.671
2 15.914
1*10.4%
392,488
241,170
408.:!91
249,002
417,072
05,066


01.08
9J.15
87.60

KS. 78
87.77

.Si. 17
91.77
SU.50
W.48
90.53
94.90
93.57
9.!. (Hi
90.14
84 56
87.08
88.89
85.78
89.42
94.80


5.92
7.85
K.84

11. M^>

12.23

i.!.s;s

8.23
8.50
9.. 72
9.17
5.10
ti.43
6.94
9.86
la. 44
12.92
11.11
14.22
10.58
5.20


i;
2!
M

42

98

1,0
G,
40
88
lit
09
61
70
55
40
40
32
42
41
60


9
4-;
117
3'.4
1S3
l.iJOB

l.'.Nl

1*0
132

3M
5!6
7 1C.
:!05
875
370
51
171
164
828
2.281


655
4,131
20.513

IS.Ui
15.424
101.980
59,t>80
16,178
10731
21.555
HI. 01 4
o'.014
21.842
2!t.(>19
14,785
7,668
7,763
14,217
14,817
62.658


83.21
93.H)
78.5H
78.93
83.77
(.02
94.76
7!).53
73.91
72.49
59.13
96.02
84.95
84.94
67.07
89.95
91.34
88.85
93.20
93.17


16.79
6.20
26.42
21.07
16.23
36.98
5.24
20.47
26.09
27.51
40.87
3.98
15.05
15.06
32.93
10.05
8.66
11.15
6.80
6.83
19.76


Sit


SH5


*#)
S-i?
988


,vsl
890


SB!


S!2
S93
BM


LSU5


189,;..


syr


L898
899


900


Total..


117,509


6.105,694


JO.OO


10.00


1,005


9,933


501,307


80.24



NOTE Of the total number of strikes 14.457 were ordered by organizations and 8,326 were
not so ordered. Of those ordered 52.86 per cent succeeded, 13.60 per cent partly succeeded and
:ti.54 per cent failed; of those not ordered, 35.56 per cent succeeded, 9.05 per cent partly sue-
ceed-U and 65. 3U per cent failed.

STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS BY STATES.
Jan. 1, 1881, to Dec. 31, 1900.



STATE
ou TERRI-
TORY.



Alabama

Arizona

Arkansas

California....

Colorado

Connecticut .
Delaware
Dist. of Col...

Florida

Georgia

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Indian Ter

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky
Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Uasaachus'ts.

Michigan

Minnesota
Mississippi... .

.Mi-.-umi

Montana



STRIKES.



210
3

31
341
213
586

45

62
231
190

13
2.640



494

5

86

948

840

1,021

188

451

855

578

14

20.784
1,964



1.174
1,633



53,fi09
147

8.941
42.097
49,774
53.996

7,254

7.239
62.599
30.4 H

3.331
850,599
132.34 J

7.544
72.598
30.1(90
50.8J9
62.934

3:;.'.i

;V.t..V.HI

31S.470

9U164

69.110

2.0i

107.526

7.746



LOCKOUTS.



17
7
'24

'TO

66 .
540
67

'.U



STATE
OB TERRI-
TORY.



Nebraska

Nevada

M. Hampshire
Vew Jersey...
New Mexico..
22,5l)0l New York....
188 ! |No. Carolina.
168,-jNo. Dakota...
8,621 Ohio



3000



2,432



1.464



Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania
Khode Island
So. Carolina..



3.42,
783



So. Dakota....

5.080 Tennessee
1,149 Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

3.i,'.Nl \Vnsliington..
4.761 W.Virginia ..



rgi:
Wisconsin
Wyoming....

Total....



STRIKES.



6.460 37,845 1,193.361



22

1,571
1

28
2,846

199
22
18

236

144
33
32

115
98

180



331
1

190
3,209



9

26

5,712
2

244
18,438 1,666.0)3



656; 2,568
26 28



22793 11751.11 6105694 l<!,V.W:i3'5043n7



LOCKOUTS.



2.V.



4S



8,454



1,250

15

20,866



46(1



683 57,743



6,574
20
73

1,525

241

225

618

2.3I5



100



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



STRIKES IN PRINCIPAL CITIES (1880-1900).



CITY.



New York

Chicago

Philadelphia...

Pittsburg* ,.

Boston

St. Louis

Cincinnati

San Francisco.

Cleveland

Milwaukee

Baltimore

Newark

Buffalo

Lynn

Fall River

Paterson

New Haven

Detroit

Minneapolis...
Total . . .



Strikes.



5.090
1.T37
615
500
863
15(i
250
215
207
187
182
166

164

155

in;

134
12(5
116
114



10,723



Establish-
ments.
33,161
17,176
5,045
5,432
2.272
2.511
1,236
650
879
1,722
860
1.472
1,210
203
375
313
278
483



Thrown
out of work

1*627*70"

.w.uoo

197 .5:58

176,795

63,154
71.889
57.098
18,687
45.569
38,977
86.872
28,4<iO
40.627

9.741
66.424
37,883

8.435
22.193
16.996



2,491.508



Limn of



$32.172.60:;

18,787,422

5,374.653

9,02:;. 746

1,945,333

3,183.524

1,796.317

1,101.921

1.962.432

2.014,380

1,156.949

937,028

1.303,798

430.437

2.123,252

1,680,187

359.157

972,805

308.627



76,637.571



Help by

(Ml ("IIS.
$-'.5111.1:'.:)"

2,409,894

402.161

813.589

342.865

342.178

203,836

238.984

131.909

279,325

106.097

109.391

144.329

50,9C>9

90,074

93.344

51.078

155,165

31.707



8,537,8M



Employ-

rs' losses.

~$ll,813T9l

22.123.344

3.1S6.998

3,099.815

1..V14.152

5,3(59.326

1,273.476

823.702

1.106.194

1,133,810

051,0(>2

213.997

1,291.215

191.148

451,449

757,511

136.050

5B7.3B7

331,795



56.058,702



"Including Allegheny.
LOCKOUTS IN PRINCIPAL CITIES (1880-1900).



CITY.



Lock-
outs.



Establish- Thrown
ments. out of work



Loss of
wages.



Help by
unions.



Employ-
ers'' losses.



New York

Chicago

Philadelphia. . .

Boston

Pittsburg*

Cincinnati

San Francisco.

St. Louis

Albany

Cleveland

Baltimore

St. Paul

Minneapolis . . .

Milwaukee

Detroit ,

Newark

Haverhill

Buffalo

Norwich

Total



145
57
40
22
19
19
17
IE
13
13
12
11
11
11
11
10
10
10
10



2.808
3,469
159
135
394
123
74
55
222
24
55
56
31
29
19
71
57
50
10



84.802
128.691

17,212
3.727

12.929
8,121
3.582
2,622
4,044
1.938
1,611
1.061
1.767
2,147
2,777
3,411
7,436
1,686
2,365



$4.325.526
20.188,089
681.522
248.034
5.539.078
750.449
115.760
641.3W
151, 186
80.873
66.762
30,855
29.956
260.9S8
164,904
170,804
101.606
120,763
29,293



229.478
77.627
45.650
29(1.025
248.002
14,030
110.469
26.083
13,690
29.926
8.315
2.921
12.375
29.760
17,727
5,900
6.453
2,577



$1,228.444

8,574.850

592.885

412.261

786.234

411.440

49.325

100.740

107.040

95,039

34.720

46.25C

26, IOC

515.725

62,500

57.980

60.400

58.695

24,77



456



7,841



33.597,825



2.026.603



13.246,403



"Including Allegheny.
LOSSES CAUSED BY STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS.



YEAR.



1881.

1882.
[83.

1884.
1885.
188fi.
1887.
1888.
1889.
1890.
1891.
1892.
|s<.
1894.
1895.
1896.
1S-.I7.
1898.
1899.
1900



Total.



STKIKES.



Wage loss of
employes.

~J3.372.578
9.864.228
6,274,480
7.666,717
10,603.248
14.91)2,453
16.560,534
6.377,749
10,409.686
13,875.338
14.801.505
10,772,622



37,145,532
13,044.830
11,098,207
17,468 904
10,037,284
15.157/J65
18.341,570



257,868,478



$287. '.199

734.339

461 .233

407.871

465,827

1.122.130

1.121.554

l,752.t>68

592,017

910.285

1,132,557

833,874

563.183

93T.052

559,165

462,165

721.164

585,228

1.096.030

1.434,452



16,174.793



$1.919.483
4,269.094
4,o96.027
3,393.073
4,388.893

12,357.808
6.698.495
6.509.017
2.936,752
5.135.404
6,176.688
5,145,691
3.406.195

18,932,129
5,072,282
5,304.235
4.8(18,687
4.596,462
7,443,407
9,431,299



122,731,121



LOCKOUTS.



Wage loss of
employes.



$18.519

466,345

1,069.212

1,421,410

901,173

4.281,058

4,233,700

1,100.057

1,379.722

957,966

883.709

2,856,013

6,659.401

2,022.768

791,703

690.945

683,600

880,461

1.485.174

16.13fi,802



48,819.745



Help bit
labor unions



$3.150
47,668
102.253
314,027



549.452
155,840

85,9:;i

115.38!)
77.210
50,195
537.684
364.268
160.244
67.701
61,355
47.H26
47,098
126.957
448.219



3.451.461



Loss of
employers.



$6.960

112.382

297.097

640,847

455,477

1,949.498

2.819.7:*

1,217,199

307,125

486,258

16,888

1.695.080

1.034.420

982.584

584.155

357,535

298.044

239.403

379.365

5.447.930



19,927,983



NOTE The losses of employes are estimated from the time the strikes or lockouts began
until the strikers or those locked out were re-employed or employed elsewhere.



STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS IN THK UNITED STATES.


101


CAUSES AND RESULTS OF STRIKES.


CAUSE OK OBJECT.


Per cent
establish-
ments.


PER CENT OF ESTABLISH-
MENTS IN WHICH STRIKES


Succeeded


Partly

' succeeded.


Failed.




28.70
11.23
11.16
7.17
3.47
2.34
2 33


52.77
63.49
49.43
32.54
25.03
67.21
35.34
12.37
13.41
89.79
46.23
32.47
50.93
100.00
64.20
40.67
100.00
100.00


17.28
21.08
8.66
13.14
2.33
1.38
30.09


29.85
16.43
41.91
64.32
72.64
31.41
34.57
87.63
69.13
10.21
63 34
67.53
49.07


More pay and less time


For shorter hours


Against less pay


In sympathy with strike elsewhere






For new scale




1.40
.95
.91
.79
.79
.78
.77
.75
.74
.68
.64
.64




17.46


For enforcement union rules




.43


Less time and against board with e








For less time and against task systt






5.23
1.96


30.57
67.37




More pay, Saturday half-holiday, e


tc.*








More pay and against nonunion m
More pay, Saturday half-holiday ..






100.00

7.27




.62


77.64


15.09




76.86
23.14


50.44


13.53


36.03


All other causes (1.382)


Also privilege of working for employers not members of masters' association.
STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS BY INDUSTRIES.
Jan. 1, 1881, to Dec. 31, 1900.


INDUSTRY.


STRIKES.


LOCKOUTS.


Number.


Ea'ab-
lish-
ments.


Thrown
out
of work.


fitMnbar.


Estab-
lish-
ments.


Thrown
out
of work.




51

m

81
184
4,440
137
57
LttS
2,515
230
195
612
175
408
405
374
208
179


52

1.204
364
1.193
41.910
353
389
19.695
14,575
891
280
637
468
5,126
1.108
599
382

m

1.174

4,652
86
43


13,881
137.267
8,948
65.153
665.946
53,740
11,958
563,772
1,892.435
20.444
44.104
212,209
13.014
110,245
49,901
89,151
21,462
64.415
89.495
511.336
6.995

1,555;


4

69
16
4
95
4
2
100
45
12
2
20
8
.24
34
40
16
5
25
130
4


5
292
166
49
5,001
4
2
2,034
68
21
2
51
20
49
141
138
138
19
25
272
14


930
37.013
7,173
2.114
120,057
3.717
235
83,606
12.879
1,132
853
2,566
311
22,967
4.037
26,845
7,781
3,249
4,213
36,055
4,355






Brick




























Lumber


Machines and machinery


463
2,080
54
43








75
765
390
218
94
1
66
151
287
856
95
1,509
1,986
21
20
294
289
1.102


179
1,723
648
213

;;

23
56
373

398
3,583
135
6,153
3,436

20
1,056
307
3.118


25.350
40,288
72,755
30.144
25.573
3,695
14.827
35,088
53,819
110.523
11.712
251,096
484,454
879
2,756
53,359
58.985
182.968


5

88


30
117


4.410
3.070
























1


1


300






3
5

43

124
23


7
6
516

339
127


357

2.098
15,864
15

41,762
10,875
















1
11
12
39


1
51
25
213


65
1.716

7,820
23,492






Miscellaneous


Total


22.793


117,509


6,105.694


1,005


9.933


504.307



102 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC ANI> YKAR HOOK 1 OK 11)0.!.


WORLD'S SUBMARINE AND LAND TELEGRAPH SYSTEMS.


[Data collected by O. P. Austin, chief of 1
'GENERAL IX

Length of Direct United States cable (Bal-
linskelligs bay, Ireland, to Halifax, N. .S.),
2,564 miles.
length of French cable (Brest, France, to
Capo Cod, Massachusetts), 3,250 miles.
Depth of Atlantic cable lines, 14,000 feet.
Depth Haiti-Windward islands lino, 18,000
feet.
Greatest depth of proposed cable between
San Francisco and Manila, 19,600 feet.
Capital of first Atlantic cable company,
$1,750,000.
Contract price of first successful Atlantic
cable. $3,000,000.
, Present cost per mile of cable (estimated
by Bright), $750.
Average cost of laying cable, per mile,
$375.
Number of words per minute sent on ti;st
successful Atlantic cubic, 8; after experi-
mental stage, 15; present speed without du-
plex, 25; by automatic system, without du-

MILEAGE OF CABLES IN

Company. Miles.* Company.
African direct 2,943 Direct West I
Anglo-American .. 9,554 East and S \


jureau of statistics, Washmgton, D. C.J
FORMATION.

plex, 50; increased use of wire bv duplex-
ing. SO per cent.
Number of cables laid across north At-
lantic, 16; now working, 13.
Average life of cable, 25 years.
Original word rate across Atlantic, $1;
present rate, 25 cents.
Length of cable lines of the world, 193,000
miles.
Length of land lines of tjje world, 662,000
miles.
Cost of cable lines of the world,
$250,000,000.
Cost of land lines of the woild,
$310.000,000.
Total length of land and cable wiies,
2,300,000 miles.
Number or cable messages sent annually,
6,000,000.
Number of cables owned bv nations. 1.3SO;
length. 21,528.
Number *f cah'es owned bv private com-
panies, 370; length, 171,679.

PRIVATE OWNERSHIP.
Miles.* Company. Miles*
ndia 1.2(5 Mexican 1,528
frican 90.7 River Plata 32


Black sea 337 Eastern Ester
Central and S. Amer. . 7,500 Eastern Telcg
Commercial 11,663 Europe and A


sion IS, 143 South A'lie -lean 2,049
raph 39,-iTii United States-Haiti.... 1,391
zores 1,053 West African S.OuO
12,li'2 West Coast of America 1,979
i 7,946 Western 17,260
ti.rmiirlfl SIQ Western Union... . 7.478


Compaguie Allemande.. 5,253 French
Compania del Plata... 28 Great Norther
Cuba Submarine . 1 143 Halifax and L


Direct Spanish 716 India Rubber 12=> W. India uml I'auarna. 4.639


Direct United States.. 3,100 Indo-European
*Nau

LAND TELEGRAPH SYSTEM.
No. of Miles of Messages
Country. offices. lines. sent.
\rgontina 1.544 27.584 3,427,664


23 Total 171679


tical.
3 OF THE WORLD (1900).
Nn. of Miles of Messages
Country. offices. Ihien. M/'.
Japan 1,6.44 14734 16737150


Vustralia 3 027 44,501 8,987.846


Mexico 349 32 486 2 604 710


Austria-Hungary .. 8,730 47,304 29,427,615
Belgium 1,128 3,975 14,411,4X7


Netherlands .... 659 3831 5*393*872


New Zealand 991 7,249 3,898,128


Brazil 369 12,630 2,662,711


Norway 831 9,040 2,267915


Bulgaria 192 3,270 1,356,041


Paraguay 600 83560


Canada 2,922 35.628 5,181,680


Persia 95 4 800 152 837


Cape Colony 494 7 467 3,562.039


Peru 48 1 933 ii 492


Chile 14.592 1,286,936
Colombia 4 4 8 8,600 555,000


Portugal 443 5.180 3,420',453
Roumania 613 4344 2224539


Cuba 153 2 300


Russia 98570 18 376 969


Denmark 170 2 413 2.317,979


Servia 143 2550 1079435


Kgvpt . . 2 365 4,250,571


Spain 1,470 19885 5058*104


France 12 786 90.170 48.144. V.I


Sweden 182 5,958 2,580258


Germany . ..24 456 81.303 38,342,4F5


Switzerland 2,108 5,698 3,950,162


Greece ' 225 5.300 1,771,506
Guatemala 1"' 3 >400 796,192


Turkey 750 23.440 3,624,775
United kingdom... 11. 512 46,295 89,576,961
United States 26,068 219.938 83,555,122


India 1.851 52,909 6,237,301


Italy 6 035 26 427 7,896,081


Uruguay 101 4,601 397493


CABLES BEGUN OR
The Commercial Pacific Cable company
was authorized by the president of the
United States Aug. 9, 1902. to lay a cable
from the Pacific coast of the United States
to Hawaii. Guam and the Philippine islands
and the Asiatic coast, with a branch from
Guam to Japan. This cable is to touch at


PROJECTED IN 1902.
no other than American territory on the
way from the United States to the Chinese
empire. The government has the right to
buy the lines whenever It so desires, or to
take possession of them in event of war.
The construction of a cable from British
Columbia to Australasia is under way.


TALLEST BUILDING IN THE WORLD.


The Syndicate building, Park row, New
York, is said to be the highest in the world.


It is 346 feet from curb to cornice and has
twenty-seven stories, one below ground.



GKNKHAL STATISTICS OF AMERICAN CITIKS 103


GENERAL STATISTICS OF AMERICAN CITIES.

Year of incorporation, area, parks, mileage of paved and unpavv'd streets and mileage of
sewers. [From Lnited States department of labor report for September, 1;H)2.1


CITY.


X

N

o -

32


Area.
(Acres.)


Purtoi.
(Acres)


MILES OF STREETS.


Sewers.
(Miles)


Paved.


r-

paved.


Total.


New York. N. Y


190?

1837
188T

IS'. 1 ','

1822
1898
18H6
1832
1900
181'J
1816
189(5

1883

18i
1791
185T
1871

1828
1867
18!i2
1891
1889
1854
1834
1893
1851
1840
1834
1848
1847
1784
1871
1854
1883
1857
1889
1879
180(5
1830
1900
1840
1898
1874
1850
1810
1142
1883
1890
1784
1817
1832
18J8
1*74
183(1
1850
1854


*209.218
122,240
84,933
39.277
27,251
20.255
21.190
32.000
77,520
22,560
1 19,418
122.240
18.700
14.419
44.320
11,957
10,423
12.800
34.228
11.705
18.112
10,040
35.483
11,035
30,208
18,304
5.200
10,400
23,000
10.807
14.340
5.357
20.240
0.208
15,080
27.697
10.240
12,333
7,901
7,197
4.182
25.000
7.040
11,200
0,880
3.920
0.092
21,238
11,102
3.905
0.514
5,029
4.481
8.576
7,251


0.&38
2.186
4.006
2.183
2.0 ->0
1,281
1.438
1.049
2.804
539
910
743
1,284
503
3.590
332
22
1.370
1,581
540
1,259
1,897
1.204
070
521
809
360
1,108
387
274
1,100

Be

89
27
592
3,720
782
100
. ffi

200
155
134
8
370
8
1,152
1.054
198
270
4
04
289
2,464
2fi2
130
255
529
490
88

350
153
33
8
K
80


1,786.43

1,840.40

1,126.09
445.38
490.90
378.92
198.84
337.42
370.63
391.00
250.04
204.77
290.QP
315.27
241.07
124.53
108.97
166.65
103.11
227.50
203.94
185.08
08.00
120.33
30.53
137.06
85.05
117.49
142.86
40.60
70.39
67.34
94.02
48.41
85.21
237.29
74.22
21,32
37.80
81.90
122.74
122.05
03.39
103.87
191.66
92.10
197.33
23.53
88.87
72.58
54.28
50.74
23.61
79.18
52.08
151.50
61.12
136.67
62.85
130.00
43.80
35.06
33.73
29,34
35.61
25.00
25.79


761.99
2,816.71
413.31
432,66
90.45
51.30
374.16
300.00
383.00
234.00
ISff.OO
495.23
276.03
207.98
79.11
94.12
92.76
59.50
086.34
13.28
215.00
254.92
375.00
195.91
844.00
234.24
91.50
199.24
42.01
240.00
127.42
139.62
40.97
9300
296.69
315.00
153.34
104.84
80.04
52.00


2,527.41
4,163.11
1,540.00
878.04
587.35
430.22
673.00
637.42
753.63
625.00
380.04
700.00
500.03
523.25
320.18
218.65
201.73
226.15
789.45
240.78
418.94
440.00
443.66
322.24
874.53
371.30
176.55
316.73
185.47
286.00
203.81
206.90
134.99
141.41
381.90
552.29
227.50
180.10
123.90
133.90


1.543.32
1,500.86
919.12
504.21
675.18
41.06
306.93
421.07
309.87
220.28
295.15




, Philadelphia, Pa


St. Louis, Mo '.






Cleveland, ()


Buffalo. N. Y






Pi tt* burg. Pa






507.90
340.48
418.39
181.49
108.27
99.45
161.57
192.60
108.00
178.75
175.31
228.76
259.91
164.28
97.38
147.50
157.49
182.69
99.06
72.81
58.13
62.45
130.55
162.90
170.90
63.67
85.61
91.22
111.53
100.7(5
(13.63
134.15
128.75
55.00
6K.42
73.90
92.86
70.55
66.50
51.70
44.00
70.00
59.85
178.00
54.85
64.41
8.94
96.40
80.08
70.80
26.80
47.23
25.60
26.00
23.00


Milwank e Wis,






Jersey City N J


Louisville Ky












Rochester NY




Toledo O














Fall River Mass


St. Joseph, Mo










Albany, N. Y -






75.93
137.00
119.93
40.00
28.30
90.48
115.50
30.01
62.42
39.02
112.18
101.39
69.28
02.92
85.00
30.88


197.98
200.39
283.80
231.66
120.40
287.81
139.03
119.48
135.00
93.30
168.92
125.00
148.46
115.00
236.50
92.00




























Oakland Cal




1853
1847
1857
1832
1SV-'
18U2
18115
1840
1852

1KH3

1852


4,577
12.373
85.2t54
24,061

2.701
5,303
3.054
3.840
5.184
3,840
2,520






450.00
13.00
23.00
115.00
56.87
85.00
94.65
65.00
46.61


612.85
143.60
05.00
150.06
90.60
114.34
130.26
90.00
72.40








Quincy 111


Springfield 111


Uocklord 111


Kast St Louts, 111


Juliet, 111 -




*L.aud area only.





104 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOH 19(13.


WEALTH, TAXATION


AND DEBTS OF AMERICAN CITIES.


[From the bulletin of the United States department of labor for September, 1902.]


CITY.


ASSESSED VALUATION.


PER OE:<T

OF FULL

VALUE.


Tax

rate
per
$1,000.


Net debt.


Real.


Personal.


Total.


Real


Per-
sonal


New York, N. Y


$3.237,778,261
259.254,598
919.708,897
342.H2o.nil
935,087,600
258.304.42.-)
143.323,490
. 221,405.21X1
289,682,092
170.173.9WI
347.560.580
108.07',(.7'.I4
. 175.7Wi.fr20
134,186,624
180,334.1 l
129,833,106
86,241.745
!>0.200.()00
80.129,845
161,638,940
94,1135,180
59,001 ,OtiO
71.067,159
107,303,311


$550.192.612
115.32/i.s 12
1,649,799
52.470,160
227.468.3Ii4
175.039.397
63.130.155
20.943.848
123,417.91)1
44,476.630
4.596.755
37.594,0?:>
71.481. ssi)
31.089.263
12.5li7.084
28,753.530
9.360,817
33.900,000
22,082.661
41.267.920
34.249,770
20,775.781
15,890,170
9.H5.662


$3,787,970.873
374.580,440
921.356.4iXi
394,795.704
1.152,505.834
433.343.s-r,'
196.4.vUii:>
242,34'.. l:w
413.(>J l .i. l .f.i:l
214.650.620
352.157.335
145.673.8IW
247.24S.:^i
1(S.224,887
192,901.725
158.585.ii:e,
95,602.562
124.100.lXXl
I02.212.50li
192.801 .860
129,184.950
79.776.841
86.957.329
116,448,973


70
20
80
66%
100
80
50
100
60
60
100
109
70
60
75
100
70
80
60 '
100

$*

60
80
100
80
100
50
100
100
HX)
100
100
50
40
50
60
33^
100
100
100
30
<*'&
100
65
75
80
60
75
100
100
100
6(%
100
100
60
80
100
25
!)0
1(10
100
10
20
100
20
20
20


100
20
100
6fi%
100
60
50
100
60
60
90
100
70
60
100
100
70
60
60
100
>%
40
60
80
100
60
90
50

too

100
100
30
100
50
40
50
60
X$4
100
100
100
30
100
100
65
100
80
60
75
100

'ioo"

50
100
100
60
80
100
25
100
100
100
10
20
100
20
20
20


t


$311,140.375
36,403.533
47.758.659
18.262.412
47,152,085
30.848.705
14,725. 423
17.737.028
517.776
27.081 .255
18.596.793
17.902.808
4.885,1)24
6.860,686
14.134.652
14,802.439
16.205.526
8,332, 834
6,683.8117
14.029.846
4.051.735
6.075.775
8,630.887
10,246,018
1,889. 092
6,082,051
<i.696.121
5,410.635
5,553.893
9,188,898
3.823.594
3.922,1)73
3,719.267
1,717.451
6.588.349
1,145.323
3.240.111
1.055.808
3,108>.'6
3,168.559
6.374.91 (i
6.637.260
3,369.749
1,863.097
2,991.411
6,610.582
3.507,827
6.251.04!
4,679.042
1.420.868
2,232,393
2,856.532
2,55T).s:;r
1,639.827
3,472.915
441,19")
1.901.292
3,255.317
1.201.410
2,196.888
1.761,000
2,078.5;;4
778,964
073,830
1.021.271
495.968
1. (120.61 K)
196,800




52.61
18.50
19.50
14.90
19.85
26.70
23.72
15.56
24.S2
17.00
29.00
19.64
22.46
15.00
21.40
28.00
21.95
29.86
16.00
19.50
30.40
26.90
19.04
32.40
30.40
18.80
28.50
16.40
24.75
12.75
25.00
18.20
29.50
58.58
26.50
....{.


Philadelphia, Pa






Baltimore, Md
Cleveland, O
Buffalo N. Y


San Francisco, Cal


Pittsburg, Pa ."






Milwaukee, Wis


Washington. D. C


Newark, N. J


Louisville, Ky


Minneapolis, Minn


Indianapolis, Ind




Rochester N. Y




Toledo O ...


49.401.580


14.fi5S.830
1,374.450
14.333.540
26.223.935
6.058.243
11.327.480
8,141.402
28.356.380
8.650,280
7,129,97!
11,077,565
5.158.368
1,535.151
15.425.843
8,108.838
17,648,575


64,060.410
97,203,875
65,514.400
114.278. 135
87.104.103
99.502,fiI8
49,101,985
74.554.380
25,346,740
36,374.186
73.377. 3!
57,872.757
23.354.046
71.674,588
69.469.238



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