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The Forty-fifth

ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

Trade And Commerce

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OF

CHICAGO

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1902

BOARD OF TRADE

GEORGE K. STONE, Secretary.

CHICAGO:

The J.M. \V. Jo.nes Stationery And Printing Co.

1903

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

Page:

Officers and Members of the Board of Trade at its organization,

April, 1848 VIII

Executive officers of the Board of Trade, 1848 to 1903, inclusive... ix

Officers of the Board of Trade, 1902 x

Officers of the Board of Trade, 1903 xi

Members of the Board of Trade who died during 1902 xii

Secretary's review

Report of Board of Directors

Beport of Treasurer'

DETAILED STATISTICS OF CHICAGO FOU 1902

Statement showing the entire movement of Hour and grain 2, 3

Flour manufactured in Chicago, for six years 4

Monthly stocks of Hour in Chicago, for six years 4

lleceipts and shipments of flour and wheat, by routes and by months 5

Beceipts of flour and wheat at Chicago, by crops, since 1860 6

Weekly range of prices of flour 7

Weekly range of prices of wheat in store 8

Monthly range of prices of No. 2 wheat (cash) for a series of years.. 9

Beceipts and shipments of corn and oats, by routes and by months 10

Weekly range of prices of corn and oats 11

Monthly range of prices of ~So- 2 corn (cash) for a series of years.. 12

Monthly range of prices of Mo. 2 oats (cash) for a series of years... 13

Comparative statement of the current bi-monthly prices of flour

and grain for seven years 14, 15

Beceipts and shipments of rye and barley, by routes and by months 16

Weekly range of prices of rye and barley 17

All-rail through business in flour and grain not passing through a

Chicago warehouse 18,19

Beceipts of flour and grain for a series of years, and the volume of

flour manufactured in the city 20

Shipments of flour and grain for a series of years 21

Weekly statement of grain in store at Chicago during the past

two years 22, 23

Weekly receipts and shipments of flour and grain, as posted on the

bulletin of the Exchange 24. 25

Visible supply of grain for the last two years 26, 27

Visible supply of grain, monthly, for nine years 28, 29

Stocks of contract wheat in store in Chicago for six years 29

Bules governing the inspection of grain 30-33

Extracts from the rules adopted by the Railroad and Warehouse

Commissioners for the administration of the departments of

grain inspection and warehouse registration 34

Rates for inspecting and weighing grain, provisions, etc 35, 30

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