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Table 32.-



-SuMMARY OP Production and Tax-Paid Withdrawals op Renovated
Butter, Years ended June 30, 1903-1918.



Years.


Production.


With-
drawn
tax paid.


Years.


Production.


With-
drawn
tax paid.


1903


J K

54 90
54 83
60 21
53 00
62 13
50 89
47 61
47 75
39 01




1912


Pounds.
46,387,398
38,354,762
32,470,030
39,056,180
34,514,627
27, £07, 982
19,270,933


Pounds.
46,413,895
38, 285, 114


1904


1913


1905


1914


32,513,244
38,924,828
34,572,335
27,649,487
19,314,636


1906


1915


1907


1916


1908


1917


1909


1918


1910


Total


1911


707,487,735


707,267,065







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Table 33. — Production and Withdrawals op Mixed Flour, Year ended June

30, 1918, BY Months.



Months.



Stock on hand July 1, 1917.
July.



August .

September.

October

November.,
December..

January

February. . ,

March

April

May

June



Total produced.
Grand Total



Total withdrawn tax paid

Lost or destroyed

Balance on hand (in factories) June
30,1918



Grand total.



Barrels.



1,329



1,348



1,346



1,348



Half
barrels.



857



320


• 1,522


14


1,660


25


6,444


70


6,992


89


7,704


158


6,728


243


7,873


254


7,556


124


6,919


21


11,954


8


8,343


3


7,536



80,231



81,088



79,755



1,245



81,088



Quarter
betrrels.



671



936
870
8,484
17,511
21,280
16,624
28,348
20,510
27,932
9,986
5,031
2,934



160,446



161,017



157,845



3,166



161,017



Eighth
barrels.



3,189



7,645
7,366
15,807
18,952
8,782
21,663
36,870
60,410
38,977
34,915
12,578
14,219



268,184



271,373



270,543
5

825



271,373



Total
produced.



Pounds.
187,253



396, 747
327.512
L15

m

210
(69
110
r30

m
m



18,574,876



18, 762, 129



Withdrawn
tax paid.



Poundm.



458,845
348,966
1,065,665
1,512,995
1,479,280
1,287,839
2,359,214
2,771,007
2,275,315
2,142,366
1,451,937
1,339,392



18,512,711
40,544

208,874



18,762,129



Table 34. — Number op Establishments Manufacturing, Packing, and Repack-
ing Mixed Flour, Year ended June 30, 1918, by States.



Colorado...

Illinois

Indiana

Kansas

Kentucky. ,
Missouri...
Nebraska. .
New York .



States.



Manufac-
tories.



States.



Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania.

Tennessee

Washington. . .



Total.



Manufiao-
tories.



136



1 Total for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1917, 32.



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Table 37. — Grain and Other Materials Used for Production of Distilled
Spirits, Year ended June 30, 1918, by Collection Districts.



Districts.


Corn.


Rye.


Malt.


Other
mate-
rials.


Molasses.


D. S. L.


Total.


1st California


Bushels.
1,656
1,767


Bushels.


Bushels.


Bushels.


Gallons.
13,223,826
5,942
7,700


Gallons.


Bushels.
1,656
4,707


Gallons.
13,223,826
5 942


Connecticut


1,622


1,311


7




Hawaii




7,700


1st Illinois


263,484

6,157,043

1,710,385

729,062

1,908^813

747,014

1,132,563

140,731

179,637

238

9,594

209,831

- 2,690


4,812
13,227
11,731
13,988
34,048
33,116
41,062
10,008

3,577

8

132

2,734

2,418


31,502

662,460

186, 173

84,124

122, 759

96,067

151,965

15,628

18,342

17

1,000

127,189

1,272






299,798

6,832,730

1,953,282

828,785

2,114,951

876,233

1,325,590

166,367

201,556

263

13,712

409,663

6,380


SthDlinois




2,564,010
1,655,509




2,564,010
1,655,509


SthllUnois


44,993

1,611

49,331

36




6th Indiana




7th Indiana








2d Kentucky








5th Kentucky








6th Kentucky




226,980




226,980


7th Kentucky






8th Kentucky










Louisiana

3d Massachusetts.


2,98o
69,909


33,214,705
34,862,972
13, 118, 139


17,620,539


50,835,244

34,862,972

13,118,139

5, 290, 164




1st Michigan


5, 290, 164


1st Missouri


10,808
3,159


1,752
234


1,937
507






i4,497
3,900




6th Missouri










Montana




249,340
11,025,740




249,340
11,025 740


1st New ^ork






32

42, 101

27,025

63,324

2,582

28

19'
30,584






32

221,817

227,171

645,729

26,614

541

202

308,765

2,382


14th New York...


145,714
196,436
578, 451
23,548
290


34,002

3,710

3,170

484

223

183
6,226




28,637,832


28,637,832


21st New York...








1st Ohio


784








1st Pennsylvania.


7,873,097




7,873,097


9th Pennsylvania








12thPennsyl-
vania










23d Pennsylvania
South Carolina . . .


271,955










2,382




16,958,609
20,098


16,958,60^
20,098


3d Tftxfts. . .










1st Wisconsin....


119,676


26,397


21,729






167,802














Total


14,544,545


248,864


1,689,677


1172,039


118, 027,. 60


68,527,242


16,655,125


186,555,202



^ Includes 94,331 bushels of barley, 2,395 bushels of oats, and 75,313 bushels of other materials.



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Table 38. — Grain and Other Materials Used for Production op Distilled
Spirits, Year ended June 30, 1918, by States and Territories.



states and Terri-
tories.


Com.


Rye.


. Malt.


Other
mate-
rials.


Molasses.


D. S. L.


Total.


California


Bushels.

1,656

1,767

79,309


Bushels.


Bushels.


Bushels.


Oallons.
13,223,826


Oallons.


Bushels.

1,656

4,700

271,231


Qallms.
13,223,826


Connecticut


1,622


1,311
122,013






District of Columbia.


69,909


236,433

7,700

4,219,519




236,433

7,700

4,219,619


Hawaii






nilnois


8,130,912
2,637,875
2, 200, 183

9,594
130,522

2,690


29,770
48,036
87,771
132
2,734
2,418


880,135 1 44 993




9,085,810

2,943,736

2,570,009

13,712

138, 432

6,380


T'ndiftTift, ...... XX


206,883

282,019

1,000

5,176

1,272


50,942

36

2,986




Kentucky


226,980
33, 214, 705
34,626,539
13, 118, 139


i7.62d,*539


2^6,980
50, 835, 244
34,626,539
13, 118, 139
5,290,164




MftiyiftTid ...


Massachusetts




5,' 290,* 164*


Michigan




Missouri


13,967


1,986


2,444






18,397


Montaxiia




^49,340
11,025,740




249,340
39,663,672


New York


342, 150
578,451
295,793


37,712
3,170
7,116


69, 158
63,324
33,213





28,637,832


449,020

645, 729

336,122

7

2,382

'"i67,"862'


Ohio


784


'Pemisylvft'iift. . .


7, 873, 097
5,942




7,873,097


Rhode" Island


7
2,382


i6,'958,6()9"
20,098


5,942

16,958,603
20,098


South Carolina








Texas












119,676


26,397


21,729
















Total


14,544,645
33,973,268


248,864
2,375,439


1,689,677
4,239,677


1172,039
2 81,435


118,027,960
112,497,633


68,527,242
78,462,969


16,665.125
40,669,819


186,555,202
190,960,602


Total for fiscal year
1917







1 Includes 94,331 bushels of barley, 2,395 bushels of oats, and 75,313 bushels of other materials.

« Includes 2,633 bushels of wheat, 6,730 bushels of oats, and 72,172 bushels of other materials.

The estimated average yield per bushel of grain used for the production of spirits was 6.16+ gallons of
spirits. The estimated average jifM. per mllon of commercial molasses used for the production of spirits
was 0.717-1- of a gallon. The average yield per gallon of commercial molasses used for the production of
rum was 0.787-1- of a gallon. The average jneld per gallon of dilute liquid containing small quantities of
saccharine matter used for the production of spirits was 0.039+ of a gallon. The increase in the approximate
yield of spirits from grain over previous years is believed to be principally due to the fact that during the
greater portion of the past fiscal year only the larger distilleries producing hig^-proof spirits, and at which
large yields have always been obtained, were in operation, distilleries formerly operated for the iM-oduction
of DNBven^e spirits and obtaining relatively small yields being under suspension by virtue of the food control
act and order of the President issued thereunder. The completion and warehousing of unfinished spirits
accumulated in tanks and pipes at distilleries which suspended operations would also tend to increase the
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Table 39. — Production of Distilled Spirits, Years ended June 30, 1917 and
1918, BY Collection Districts.



Districts.



1918



t^Tom materials
otnerthanfmit.



Fruit nraody.



Total produc-
tion.



191 7 (total pro-
duction).



1st Califcniia

6th California

Colorado

Connecticut

Hawaii

IstllllRois

5th Illinois

8th Illinois

13thininois

6th Indiana

7th Indiana

2d Kentucky

5fh Kentucky

6th Kentucky

7th Kentucky

8th Kentucky

Louisiana

Maryland

3d Massachusetts..

1st Michigan

4th Michigan

1st Missouri

6th Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

1st New Jersey

6th New Jersey....

New Mexico

1st New York

14th New York

21st New York

2SthNew York....

1st Ohio

10th Ohio

nth Ohio

18th Ohio

1st Pennsyhrania. . ,
9th Pennsylvania..
12th Pennsylvania.
23d Pennsylvania-.

South Carolina

3d Texas

6thVlrjrinia

1st 'Wisconsin



Total.



Oalloru.
8,727,694.0



26,371.7

3,934.5

1,268,470.3

37,514,918.1

10,796,551.9



4,713,214.9

582,737.1

26.2

2,923.9



4,233,614.4

11,686,417.0

4,210,329.7

6,4W,385.9

1, 009,251. f

980,261.4

473.8

24,406,530.3

27,495,903.6

10,873,374.9

752,744.5



69,280.9
17,744.6
186,248.0



8,130,62S.l
1,281,929.6
1,127,863.2



3,277,484.7



6,025,923.1

1,757.7

520.7

1,265,712.8

943,567.7

7,281.3



759,294.4



140.0



10,896.6
"3,733.9



2,501.0



51.4



4,480.2
"34 ,'408.' 6
"2,"2i6.'2



OaUons.

13,440,908.9

582,737.1

26.2

29,295.6

3,934.6

1,368,610.3

37,514,918.1

10,796,661.9



4,233,614.4

11,597,316.6

4,210,329.7

6,408,119.8

1,009,251.9

980,261.4

473.8

24,406,539.3

27,495,903.6

10,873,374.9

762,744.6



61,781.9
17 744.6
186,248.0



61.4



8,130,628.1
1,281,929.6
1,127,863.2
4,480.2
3,277,484.7
34,408.0



2, 21a 2

6,025,923.1

1,757.7

520.7

1,266,712.8

943,567.7

7,281.3



759,294.4



173,476,473.7



5,357,325.4



178,833,799.1



Oallons.

16,618,279.7

1,333,202.7

259.7

132,278.7

14,015.5

1,090,457.6

62,230,254.6

16,999,874.4

30.5

14,411,325.6

28,949,950.3

7,962,723.8

18,976,857.7

2,846,005.4

6,892,737.4

775,453.5

26,645,832.8

25,584,132.7

12,511,238.3

819,669.0

238.7

263,536.3

36,124.2

W4,772.6

2,938,594.1

15,054.3

39,439.5

314.9

7,337,864.2

2,849,190.2

3,656,460.7

12,538.5

9,777,060.9

131,149.8

38,687.4

167,674.4

7,468,666.1

134,982.3

5,321.9

4,681,793.3

1,159,308.5

13,904.9

122,957.2

2,527,249.3



286,086,463.9



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Table 40. — ^Production op Distillbd Spirits, Years ended June 30, 1917 and
1918, BY States and Territories.



states and Territories.



From materials

other than

fruit.



1918



Fruit brandy.



Total
production.



1917 (total
production).



California

Connecticut

District of Columbia .

Hawaii

Illinois

Indiana

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

Ohio

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

Texas

Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming.



OaUofu.

8,727,694.0

23,526.7

749,517.4

3,934.5

49,679,940.3

15,820,031.4

12,604,702.7

24,406,539.8

26,746,^.2

10,873,374.9

752,744.5

77,025.5

186,248.0



OaUons.
6,295,952.0
2,923.9



140.0
10,898.6
3,733.9



2,501.0



51.4



10,540,420.9

3,277,484.7

7,293,914.3

2,845.0

943,567.7

7,281.3



4,480.2
36,618.2



759,294.4



26.2



OaUons.

14,023,646.0

26,450.6

749,517.4

3,934.5

49,680,080.3

15,830,930.0

12,608,436.6

24,400,539.3

26,746,886.2

10,873,374.9

752,744.5

79,526.5

186,248.0



51.4



10,544,901.1

3,314,102.9

7,293,914.3

2,845.0

943,567.7

7,281.3



759,294.4
26. £



Total 173,476,473.7



5,357,325.4



178,833,799.1



OaUons.

17,851,482.4

132,054.5

608^812.2

14,015.1

79,320,617.0

43,361,275.9

30,441,777.8

26,545,832.8

24,965,320.5

12,511,238.3

819,907.7

289,660.5

244,772.5

2,938,594.1

54,493.8

314.9

13,856,053.6

10,114,572.5

12,190,763.6

224.2

1,159,308.5

13,904.9

122,957.2

2,527,249.3

259.7



286,085,463.9



Total production ofdisliUed spirits, fiscal pears ended June SO, 191S-1916. OaUons

1913 193,606,258

1914 181,919,542

1915 140,656,103

1916 253,283,273



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Table 41. — Taxable Gallons op Each Kind op Distilled Spirits Produced
PROM Materials Other than Fruit, Deposited in Distillery Warehouses
OR Removed to Denaturing Warehouses Direct prom Cistern Rooms op
•Distilleries, Year ended June 30, 1918, by Collection Districts.



Districts.


Whisky.


Rum.


Gin.


High
wines.


Alcohol.


Neutral

or cologne

spirits.


Aggregate.


DISTILLERY WARE-
HOUSES.

1st California






64,874.3
23,526.7
3,230.7




7,885,183.2


777.636.6

2,828.0


8,727,604.0


Connecticut




17.0
62.0


26,37L7


Hawaii






64L8

649,700.3

25.793.612.6

7,773,155.7

600,824.1

4,020,471.6

387,166.0

2,267,657.6

80,980.8

0.3


3,934.5


1st Illinois


41,536.6

3,048.364.4

696.325.0

2,046,183.2

1,559.369.8

1,912,879.8

4,043,025.4

539,725.2

771.378.5

473.8


677,233.4
7,229,052.2
2,223,847.2
1,044,776.4
5,577,022.3


1,368,470.3


5th Illinois




1,442,940.5
103,224.0
188,184.9
370,802.7


948.4


37,514.918.1


8th Illinois....


10,796,551.9


6th Indiana


3,879,968.6


7th Indiana


11,527,666.4


2d Kentucky




2.300,046.8


6th Kentucky

6th Kentucky

7th Kentucky




93,656.7
204,517.5
113,554.6


246.2
1,416.2




6,404,386.9
841,109.5
980,26L4


13,260.1


31,209.7
95,328.0


8th Kentucky




473.8


lyouisiftnft ... - „ , ^ - , ,




94,410.5
28,141.8
27,308.9





20,072,998.0

26,912,136.3

6,603,939.9

618,823.1


2,786,826.5


22,954,235.0


Maryland


192,181.5


"477*94i.*7


27,132,459.6


3d Massachusetts.. ..




7,109,190.5


1st Michigan.




233,92L4


752,744.5


1st Missouri


59,280.9
17,744.6








59,280.9


6th Missouri












17,744.6


Montana r . . ^








186,248.0
6,953,203.6
405,839.6
19,069.2
679,978.7
969,078.8




186,248.0


1st New York






82,672.3
869,414.3

78,702.7
264,150.4


""75.'3

"i,*i73.'8
18,086.6


1,094,752.2

'"sok'm.Q

1,498.159.9
1,170,401.7


8,130,628.1


14th New York


5,495.5
254,493.0
834,021.9

i,"757.'7

520.7
1,035,791.8




1,280,824.7


21st New York

1st Ohio




860.711.5
3,277,484.7


1st Pennsylvania

9th Pennsylvania




2,157,567.1
1,757.7


12th Pennsylvania

23d Pennsylvania












520.7






1.87L7


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7,281.3

261,284.1


228,049.3


1,265,712.8


South Carolina






943,567.7


3d Texas












7.281.3


1st Wisconsin


322,962.0




125,324.9





49,723.4


759,294.4








Total

Removed to denatur-
ing warehouses di-
rect from cistern
rooms


17.383.511.3


491,280.8
1,035,462.6


4,178,538.4


23,818.2


113.962,742.3
11,171,905.4


25.229.214.7


161,269,105.7
12,207,368.0


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17,383,511.3


1,626,743.4


4,178,538.4J23,818.2


125,134,647.7 25,229,214.7


173,476,473.7



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Table 43. — Taxable Gallons Distilled Spirits in Distilleby and General
Bonded Wabehouses at Beginning and End of Fiscal Years 1017 and 1918,
Produced, Entered into, and Removed from such Warehouses during
SUCH Periods, and Increase or Decrease.



status of quantities.



1917



1918



Increase (+) or
decrease (—).



In warehouses at the beginning of the year

Produced during the year

Received into general bonded warehouses

Total

Withdrawn tax paid ,

Withdrawn tax paid for bottling in bond

Allowed as leaks^e

Withdrawn fbr scientific purposes and for use of the

United States

Lost as casualty, etc

Withdrawn for export ,

Withdrawn for denaturation ,

Removed to manufacturing warehouses

Removed to other warehouses ,

In warehouses at the end of the year

(Total



232,402,878.3

277,834,366.6

5,508,336.0



194,832,682.6

173,476,473.7

4,884,910.7



- 37,570,195.7
-104,357,892.9

- 673,425.3



515,745,580.9



373,144,067.0



-142,601,513.9



144,227,903.1
16,512,307.5
13,119,201.2

5,676,950.6

22,236.9

41,529,044.2

93,762,422.7

249,894.2

5,812,937.9

194,832,682.6



77,732,524.3
10,055,299.2
10,202,283.^4

6,005,855.7

1,775.1

14,563,226.8

90,644,722.8

276,052.8

4,703,062.4

158,959,264.5



- 66,495,378.8

- 6,457,008.3

- 2,916,917.8

+ 328,905.1

- 20,461.8

- 26,965,817.4

- 3,117,699.9
+ 26,158.6

- 1,109,«75.6

- 35,873,418.1



615,745,580.9



373,144,067.0



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\- 142, 956, 577. 6



Table 44. — ^Taxable Gallons of Distilled Spirits Withdrawn from Distil-
lery AND General Bonded Warehouses, Including the Quantity Removed
FROM Cistern Rooms of Distelleribs for Denaturation, Year ended June
30, 1918, BY Seasons of Production.





Spring production.


Fall production.


Yearofpro-
ductioh.


In warehouses
July 1, 1917,

and produced

during flscal

year 1918.


Wittidrawn

during flscal

yearl918.


Remaining in
warehouses
June 30, 1918.


In warehouses
Ji^y 1,1917

and produced

durmg fiscal

year 1918.


Withdrawn

during flscal

year 1918.


Remaining in
warehouses
June 30, 1918.


1909




25,632.1
2,746,308.1
8,998,443.9
6,136,288.3

12,719,075.6
9,691 315.0
2,686,177.7
4 964 747.6
6,995,749.7

67,812,707.8


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2 46.3
7 33.7
17 57.6
25 23.6
12 55.9
23 24.0
17 55.7
6 J9.1


252,333.1
858,383.9
2,714,615.0
4,352,432.4
9,090,923.9
4,012,774.8
4,223,485.3
13,688 688.7
109,392,266.8


252^333.1

578,831.7

1,445,807.7

1,822,617.3

3,696,807.6

929,383.4

1,196,996.6

3,450,416.9

88,710,260.9




1910




1911




1912




1913




1914




1915




1916




1^17




1918












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368,309,166.3


209,349,891.8


158,959,264.5









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Table 45. — Taxable Gallons op Each Kind of Spirits Withdrawn from Dis-

ULLBRY WAHEHOUSPS FOR TRANSFER TO GENERAL BONDED WAREHOUSES, YeAR

ENDED June 30, 1918, by Collection Districts.



Districts.


Whisky.


Rum.


Gin.


AlcohoL


Neutral or
Coloene
spirits.


Aggregate.




6,580.3










6,580.3

1,058,467.5

12,148.1

412,678.1

8,623.1

242,077.1

214,655.5

1,255,087.1

125,656.2

301,985.8

240,641.6

351,039.4

78,125.2

7,716.8

18,014.0

172,864.9

12,563.3

20,200.2






37,064.0
2,158.1
18,752.8


455,300.3


666,103.2






9,990.0




58,429.7
1,766.4

53,478.7
214,655.6
896,498.3
125,423.1
301,985.8
240,641.6


24,089.2
4,596.6


311,406.4

2,260.1

181,051.5










7,546.9














358,588.8






233.1




























10,889.8


240,549.0
71,782.1


99,600.6




6,343.1




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7,716.8








18,014.0
66,834.8
12,563.3
20,200.2












483.1




105,547.0


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2,023,414.8


17,939.9


76,894.7


1,154,906.0


1,266,968.8


4,539,124.2





Table 46. — Taxable Gallons of Each Kind of Distilled Spirits Transferred
Tax-Paid to Bottling Warehouses for Bottling in Bond, Year ended June
30, 1918, BY Collection Districts.



Districts.


Whisky.


Rum.


Gin.


Aggregate.






416,530.8
214,317.3
165,150.0
16,307.6
713,783.2

3,089,290.4
500,223.0

1,530,928.9

814,014.3

77,878.2


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416,530.8
214,317.3
165,150.0
17 606.8
713,783.2

3,089,290.4
500,223.0

1,530,928.9

814,014.3

77,878.2
























1,299.2




















































7,375.1




7,375.1
32 061.7






32,061.7
26,461.8
117.0
754,708.4
26,843.3
22,202.6
33,478.1
1,595,392.1
16,936.2












26,46L8
117.0


















754,708.4
26,843.3


















22,202.6

33,478.1

1,595,392.1


























16,936.2












Total


10,046,624.9


7,375.1


1,299.2


10,056,299.2





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Table 47. — Taxable Gallons op Each Kind of Distilled Spirits Withdrawn
PROM Distillery and General Bonded Warehouses, Tax Paid, Exclusivb
OP Tax-Paid Spirits Transferred to Bottlinq Warehouses, Year ended
June 30, 1918, by Collection Districts.



Districts.


Whisky.


Rum.


Gin.


wines.


AloohoU


Nentrftlor
colocne
siMriteT


Aggr«catCL


DISTILLEBT WAREHOUSES.

Alabama


6,960.1
1,956.4










-


6,900.1


Arkansas .'




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