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Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Corporation.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.



Capital
Invested.



; 1,000
100
300
200

2,000
300
200

. 400
200
300
500
200
200
250
400
300
200
100
800
600
200
100
500
100
200
600

7,000

5,000

1,500
500
100

2,000

700

800

75,000

1,000
500

2,500
150

1,000

1. 000
500
300
500
50
200
100
100
100



Property
Occupied,

Owned
or

Rented.



Owned

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned'

Owned.

Owned.

Rented.

Owned.

Rented.

Rented.

Rented.

Owned.

Rented.

Rented.

Owned.

Rented.

Rented.

Owned.

Rented.

Rented.

Rented.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Rented.

Owned.

Rented.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Rented.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Rented.

Rented.

Owned.

Rented.

Rented.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Rented,

Owned.

Rented.



^o






4-1 ctf OJ fl<

o == b S

Vth OJ 1- o



I25 00

22 00
18 00
25 00

50 00
12 00

55 00
20 00

40 00
20 00
18 00



15 00



625 00



16 00
30 00



30 00
17 00



12 00
12 00



£23



3,000
1,500
2,000
3.200
4,000
2,000
2,000

1,100



3,000



2,700



2,200



1,675
2,200
1,500
1,500
4,500
6,000

1,500

3,000
1,700
3,000

3,500
2,000
5,000



3,000



2,100
1,500
1,500

700



STATISTICS AND INFORMATION.



f37



Character of Concerns, Capital Invkstkd, Etc. — Concluded.






98

99
100

lOI

102
103
104

105
106
107
[08
109
no
III

112

"3
114

115
116
117
118
119

I2J
121
122
T23
124
125
126
127
128
129
130

132

J 33
134
135
136
137
138

139
140
141
142

143

144

145
146

147



Totals.



Individual
Partnership

or
Corporation.



Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Partnership.

Partnership.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Partnership.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.

Individual.



140 Individuals.
5 Partnerships.
2 Corporations.



Capital
Invested.



100

400

200

100

100

500

400

400

300

200

100

1,000

200

100

200

200

200

6,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

1,400

200

200

100

150

400

500

200

150

300

1,000

200

500

1,500

500

200

200

500

300

400

600

300

50

600

600

600

800

100

400



1210,090



Property

Occupied,

Owned

or
Rented.



Rente<l.

Owned.

Rented.

Rented.

Rented.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Rented.

Owned.

Owned.

Rented.

Owned.

Rented.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Rented.

Owned.

Rented.

Owned.

Rented.

Rented.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Rented.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Rented.

Rented.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Owned.

Rented.

Rented.

Owned.

Rented.

Owned.



Rented, 52
Owned, 95



o s p o



18 00

19 00
25 00
15 00











20


00




14


00


20


00






31


00


40


00


25
17


00

CO






21


00
















25
20


00

CO








30
19


00

00


22


00



<u U s



2,fX)0



1,500
2,000
3,800
1,400
3,000

2,700
2,500

2,500

1,000
10,000
17,000

10,000

2,300



2,200
3.300
2,000
1,200

2.000
2,300
1,000
2,500
2,400
2,500
1,000
3.500
2,300



2,000
1,700
1,700
3,500



3,000
1,500



$241,675



138 REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF

We have eliminated establishment No. 20 from all tables
except the first because, being one of the largest concerns in
the city, they positively refused to give us the figures in
such shape as to be able to publish them in tabular form, and
we have added them to our figures in another shape below.

QUANTITY OF FLOUR USED, EMPLOYEES AND WAGES.

In the table that follows we find the 146 establishments
using iio,go2 barrels of wheat flour per annum, of which 126
report using Western flour alone, 18 Western flour and Mary-
land flour combined and 2 Maryland flour alone. These
establishments also use 25,893 barrels of rye flour, employ
419 men, who receive annually in wages $232,000, and in
most cases the men employed work from 10 to 12 hours a
day, and receive from $1 to $1.50 per day in wages, though
in numerous cases we find much less paid.

This table will prove more interesting, because of the data
in reference to employees, wages and hours, and the character
of flour used, than those above printed, and a close analysis
may be of interest.



STATISTICS AND INI^ORMATION.



139



Barrels of
Flour Used
Per Annum.




208
520
312
520
208
312
108
208
156
260
469

313
104

156
300
200
260
156
200
12,000
468
208
260
208
156
728
156
416
182
338
364
208
572
364
208
624
364
832
234
936
624
104
260
520
520
260
666
104
468
130



104

52
260
1,560
104
312
312

52
108
104
469
313

52
104
300

52
260
156

52



104

104

260

78



WlCSTltRN OK
MAKVr.ANO.



li-
st

H o



Western.

Western.
Western and Maryland,

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.
Western and Maryland,

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.
Western and Maryland,

Western,

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.
Western and Maryland,

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

W^estern.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.

Western.



,* Tl >,



'- * S
■Z D-i ^

Q "



66%

83^
00

33

33>^
33'A
50



I 66%
5 00
I 66%



3 66%



2 83^
I 16%



no 00

4 00



I 50
5 00



00
00
00
00

33^
00

50



6 00

I 33>^

6 GO



4 00
6 00



2 33K

3 33 M
^7 00

7 00



6 50
I 66%



V -1-
rt 3J O



~ a



2 ^
<



$208
572
624

1,664
728

1,356

1,404



520

1,560

520



1,144



364



36,816
1,248



468
1,560



624

936
312
624
416
936
780



1,872

416

1,872



1,2

1,872



728
1,040

''2,184
2,1



2,028
520



o ce



73 Pi
O



12
9



10
9



10
10



10
10



10
10
II
10
II
10
10



10
10



II
II



10
10
10
10



10
8



140



Rlil'OKT OF THE BUREAU OF



w


Barre


s of




<U en


en


tn ^




o5

u


Flour Used
Per Annum.




Si 0)

30


•^ < >^






'HA
.Q en






Western or
Maryland.






^^Q


-(J




S S2 S;


CO

ID


Pi




3w

2


Q ^


f^ <
I728


51


312


208


Western.


$2 33^i


10


52


286


78


Western.


2


2 83' j'


884


10


53


520


104


Western and Maryland.


6


12 50


3.900


10


54


312


52


Western.


2


3 00


956


10


55


70


86


Western.










56


364


156


Western.


2


"'2'83>i


884


II


57


728


26


Western.


I


66%


208


10


58
59


156
312




Western.


I


I 66%


520

780


10


no


Western.


2


2 50


10


60


234


26


Western.


I


I 665S


520


10


61


312


156


Western.


I


I 66%


520


12


62


286


78


Western and INIaryland.


3


2 83%


884


II


63


780


364


Western and Maryland.


2


5 00


1,560


12


64


832


208


Western.


5


7 00


2,184


10


65


338


26


Western.


4


5 66%


1,768


10


66


520


520


Western and Maryland.


2


4 16%


1,300


10


67


260


260


Western.


2


2 50


780


12


68


780


TO


Western.


3


5 ^6%


1,768


10


69


364


52


Western.


I


I 66%


520


II


70

■ 71
72

73


104
104


52

52

78

104


Western.










Western.










78
728


Western.











Western.


2


4 00


1,248


10


74


520


416


Western.


4


7 16%


2,236


10


75


2,496


104


Western and Maryland.


14


21 66%


7,800


10


76


1,040


12


Western.


5


10 66%


4,i6(


10


77


728


312


Western.


3


4 50


1,404


10


78


780


260


Western and Maryland.


3


5 00


1,560


II


79


78


104


Western.


I


I 00


.;I2


II


80


1,248


520


Western.


6


10 00


3,120


10


81


208


104


Western.


I


I 50


468


10


82


144




Western.


I


I 83M


572


10


83


35,000




Maryland.


150


200 00


62,400


10


84


416


312


Western.


3


5 16%


1,612


II


85


286


286


Western.


3


4 50


1,404


10


86


1,040


208


Western.


6


13 00


4,056


10


87


468


260


Western.


I


2 00


624


12


88


1,924


52


Western.


7


10 00


3,120


10


89


936


936


Western.


4


10 00


3,120


12


90


364


260


Western and Maryland.


I


I 66%


520


12


91


364


416


Western and Maryland.


2


3 00


936


10


92
93
94


416

91

104




Western
Western.


I


I 00


312


12


13
312




Western.


I


I 00


312


9


95


156


156


Western.


I


I 33M


416


9


96

97
98


408
156
260




Western.












Western.
Western.










260


2


■■■3 ■16%


988


8


99


156


312


Western.


I


I 66%


520


9


100


208


62^1


Western.


3


6 66%


1,976


12



STATISTICS AND INFORMATION.



141



^


Barrels of




(I


tn


(A ^


V




Flour Used
Per Annum.




3




hU


>4H >^


^rg






Wli-STKRN OR

Maryi^and.






cu rt S a


^?JQ




\^'




g "1 ir

•-' U 1)




52
52






Q ^






lOI

102


156
312


Western.
Western.








1


""i'33'A


416


10


103


312


104


Western.


2


2 66%


832


10


104


260


52


Western.


I


I 33^


416


10


105


780


104


Western.


4


5 00


1560


II


106
107


156
156


104
156


Western and Maryland.
Western.










I


■■■^66%


416


10


108
109


156

416


156
416


Western.










Western.


3


"■5'83M


1 ,820


10


no
III
112

"3
114


52

78
104
208
156


104
26


Western.










Western










52


Western.










Western.
Western.


I
2


■"r66%

2 50


520
780


10


208


II


115
116


5,720
3,000


520
50


Western.
Western.


20


37 00
28 00


12,480
8,736




14


10


117
118


2,860
9,100




Western.
Western.


13
28


19 50
63 00


6,084
19,656


10


1200


10


119
120


600




Western.


3


5 16%


1,612


10


313


225


Western.


2


3 00


936


10


121


260


780


Western and Maryland.


2


3 66%


1,144


12


122
123


96

175


408
175


Western and Maryland.
Western and Maryland.










3


4 00


1,248


8


124


416


104


Western.


2


3 00


936


10


125


416


104


Western.


I


I 66%


520


II


126


104


104


Western.










127


468


104


Western.


I


■■■r66%


520


10


128


104
208




Maryland.
W^estern.


I


I 50


468


10


129
130


104
104










312


Western.


I


I 00


312


9


131


156


156


Western.


I


I 00


312


12


132


416


104


Western.


I


* Ss'A


260


II


133


624


313


Western.


4


6 50


2,028


12


134


208


208


Western.


3


4 00


1,248


10


135


468


52


Western.


3


4 16%


1.300


10


136


624


156


Western.


2


*2 33>i


728


10


137
13^


416

450




Western.










150


Western.


I


■■■r66%


520


10


139


300


300


Western.


2


3 33>^


1,040


10


140
141


156
60


52
60


W^estern.










Western and Maryland.


I


"■r66%


520


10


142


1,040


520


Western.


I


9 16%


2,860


12


143


939


939


Western and Maryland.


3


6 00


1,872


12


144


260


104


Western.


I


I 33M


416


12


145


1,040


260


Western.


4


II 00


3.432


10


146
147


104
1,040


52
520


Western.










Western.


5


/ 9 00


2,So8


12




122,982


26,093


127 Western.

18 West and Maryland.

2 Maryland.


534




1278,828


1



H2 REPORT OF THU BUREAU OF



PRICES.



The prices of these products, like the weights, are as
varied as the establishments. There seems to be a general
desire to get as near to five cents per loaf as possible for the
average size loaf, but this does not pertain to all the estab-
lishments. We do not seek to make any basis for the price
per pound, because of the insuflficient data and the varied
prices. We present the information secured for what it is
worth, in the following table:



STATISTICS AND IN I'ORMATION.



M3



I'RICHS OF EACH KIND.



4



4
5
6

7
8

9
lo
II

12
13
14
15
16

17
18

19
21
22

23

24

25
26

27
28
29
30
31
32

33
34
35
36
37
38

39
40

41
42
43
44
45
46

47
48

49
50



Loaves of Bread.



o



^



Cents.



5,8,



5

4

4

5, 10

5, 8, 10

10
4
3
4
4
5
4
5,6

.5
5
5
5
3

10

5
5
5
5
5
3, 4,5
5
5

2, 3, 4, 5

4, 7

5,6

4

3, 5, 6, 8

5

5

4. 5

4, 7, 10

3,5,8

4,8

4

5

3, 5

3, 5

5

5

5,8

5, 10

4, 6, 10

4



(U o



Cents.



5
5
6

7

5, 10

5, 8, 10

10, 15

4, 6

5, 7
6

5



■ S cd
a o

Ph



Cts



5

5, 7, 10

6

5

8

6

6

5, 8, 10

5, 8, 10

6, 7, 10, 12

5. 6, 7, 8

5

5

5, 10

5



5

4, 7

5,6,8

7
3, 5. 6, 8

5, 8, 10

5,8

5

4, 7, 10

3,5,8

4,8

6

•7

5,8

6, 8, 10

4,6



5,8

5, 10

4, 6, iQ

4, 7



Cents

6

10

10

10

8



Cts,



;3 53

a N

3
O

Q



Cents.



Cents



5, 10



10
10, 15



10, 15
6, xo



6, 10
6, 10
6, 12
6, 10

5, 10

6, 10
6, 10
6, 15
6, 15
6, 15
6,15
5, 10
6,15
6,15



5
5, 10
5, 10
5, 10
5, 10



6, 10
8, 15
6.15



W



PL.



Cents.



144



RKPORT OF THE BUREAU OE





PRICES or


EACH KIND— r


oiitiiiiied






-1-3


Loaves of Bread.


1


Q

u

i)
tn

n


I

Q

u

<u

Pk

tn

'3


c/l

(5

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5


u
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N


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u
(U

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en

cd





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w


So


oj


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s "^

C Cl,




ca

s


SI


Cents.

6
5. 8, ic

3, 5
5, 7

IC

2, 3. ^

5.8


Cents.

6

5, 8, IC

5,7

4.8

5

3. 5, 7

5.8


Cts.


Ceil is.
10


Cents.


Cents

5, IC
8,15

6, 10
5, 10


Cents.


s?




S


5^




10
10


8
5


10




'54




S5






■ifi




8
10


5

5




5, 10
5, 15
5, 10
5
5. 10
6,15
5, 10
6,15

5, 10
6,15
5, 10
8, 15




S7


10




sfi




6o


4

4, 5
7, 14

3, 5. 10

5

5, 7
5
5
5
5

5, 7
5,7

7
3, 5
5. 7

5
3. 5

5
5.6

4
5

4. 6, 8, 10

5. 7. 8, 10


6

5, 7

7, 14

3, 5, 10

3,5,8, 10, 12

5. 7






















6*


10


8
6


5
5
8

5
4
8

5
5
5
5
4
5
10

5

5

10
10

5

5

10


8




62




6^






64
65


10
10


10
10




66


5, 10

5. 10

6, 8, 10

5, 10

5, 7

5, 7

7

6

7
5, 8, 10, 12

3. 5

5,8

6

6

4, 6, 8, 10

5, 7, 8, 10


10



9




67


10
10
10
10

9
10

9

10

6, 8, 10

10

10


10
10




68




69
70










71








72




5, 10
5. 10
6,15
5 15

5, 10




7^






74


10
6, 8, 10

10




75
76

77


5
10


78




7q


8
10
10


8
10




3


80


5, 10
5, 10
5, 15
5, 10
5, 15
5, 15
5, 15
6,15
5, 10


81




8?




83

8/1
















4,8

4. 7
4, 6, 8, 10


4,8

4, 7
4, 6, 8, 10

7

5, 10

5

5

10


10

10
10


10

10
ir


5

5

5

10

5
10
10






8s






86






87






88


3, 5
5
5
5

5,6

5
5
5,6
5,8
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STATISTICS AND INFORMATION.



M5



PRICES OF EACH KIND—Couliuued.





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10
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103
104
105
106
107
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147


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146 REPORT OP THE BUREAU OE

CHARACTER AND NUMBER OF PIECES OF EACH KIND OF
PRODUCT.

These 146 establishments, according to the tables that fol-
low, produce a total of 30,413 loaves of wheat bread, 14,828
loaves of rye bread, 1,685 loaves of pumpernickel, 37,440
pieces or buns, 35,280 biscuits, 18,972 doughnuts, 773,627
cakes and 3,953 pies. The pies are different weights. Loaves
of wheat bread run from ^ of a pound to 4 pounds in size,
mostly being i or ij4 pounds. The rye bread, of course,
runs very much heavier in weight, and averages from i to 2^
pounds. Pumpernickel, in nearly all cases, weighs about 3^
pounds, running from 2 to 5 pounds in weight. Buns and
biscuits run from i to i^ pounds to the dozen, while dough-
nuts average about i ^ pounds to the dozen and cakes about
^ of a pound to a dozen. The average weight of pies is a
little bit over ^4 pound. There is no uniformity in the
weights of these products, and it is impossible to give any
basis for a calculation as to the amount of material that goes
into these articles by the returns made as to their weights in
the table that follows:



STATISTICS AND INFORMATION.



147



CHARACTER AND NUMBER OF PIECKvS OF EACH KIND OF

PRODUCT.



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Loaves ok Bkkad.


Buns,
Pieces.


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Doughnuts,
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200
100

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30
20

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100
20

100

35
180
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15
20

25

20

300

100

50

75

325

100

40

200


50
150
150

850
60

200

175
30
40
50

220
40
15
50

300
20

150
60

125
25
85

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100

100
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240
600
600
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5
6






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144
144


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60
120
228
1.750
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240




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148



REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF



CHARACTER AND NUMBER OF PIECES OF EACH KIND OF
PRODUCT— Continued.





Loaves of Bread.




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800

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20

20

12

60

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STA'I'ISriCS AND I NI'ORMATIOX.



'49



CIIARACTKR AND NUMBER OF PIKCIvS OI' KACII KINI; OF
VRODUCT— Continued.



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130

250

80

125
100

25

15

250

6

20

25

150

25

3,000

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30
50
20

75
50
25
35
250

14
10

15


80




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120
120
96
96
360






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120
216

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144
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120
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600


180

1,200






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372

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72




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120

144










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112








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114

115
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75

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50



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