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Detailed Statistics Of Chicago FOR 1901.—Continued.

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Monthly carload inspection of grain received by rail 37

Inspection of grain received by lake and canal 37

List of regular Chicago elevator warehouses, and published rates

of storage on grain 38

List of private Chicago elevator warehouses, with their capacity.. 39

Receipts and shipments of hogs (live and dressed), by routes and

by months 40

Receipts and shipments of cattle and sheep, by routes and by

months 41

Receipts and shipments of dressed beef and lard, by routes and

by months 42

Receipts and shipments of hog products, other than lard, by

routes and by months 43

Receipts and shipments of cattle and hogs for a series of years... 44

Beef and pork packing for a series of years 44

Pork packing at the principal cities and in the west for a series of

years 45

Bi-monthly prices of mess pork for nine years 46

Bi-monthly prices of prime steam lard for nine years 47

Weekly range of prices for cattle, hogs and sheep 48

Weekly cash price of beef products 49

Weekly range of cash prices of hog products 50, 51

Pork packing in the Mississippi Valley 52, 53

Monthly stocks of provisions for a series of years 54-56

Monthly statement of stocks of mess pork and prime steam lard

for live years 57

Detailed statement of weekly shipments of hog products 58-61

Daily prices of wheat, corn, oats, rye, barley, mess pork, lard, short

rib sides and live hogs, for cash and future delivery 62-85

Daily prices of flax seed, for cash and future delivery 86-88

Receipts and shipments of timothy and clover seeds, by routes

and by months 89

Receipts and shipments of grass and flax seeds, by routes and by

months 90

Weekly range of prices of salt and seeds 91

Weekly range of prices for beans and potatoes 92

Keceipts and shipments of hides and wool, by routes and by

months 93

Distilled spirits manufactured in the district of Chicago 94

Weekly range of prices of spirits 91

Range of prices for hides 95

Receipts and shipments of coal and hay, by routes and by months 96

Monthly prices for coal and hay 97

Stocks of lumber in Chicago on January 1 for a series of years 98

Receipts and shipments of lumber and shingles, by routes 98

Tri-monthly prices of lumber, shingles and lath 99

Receipts and shipments of cheese and butter, by routes and by

months 100

Weekly range of prices of butter, cheese and eggs 101

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Detailed Statistics Of CHICAGO Kor 1901—Continued.

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Receipts and shipments of eggs for a series of years 101

Receipts and shipments of various commodities 102, 103

Receipts and shipments of various commodities for a series of years. 104, 105

Lake (steam) and rail freights eastward 106

Grain freights by lake and Erie canal 107

Average freight charges for wheat and corn to New York since

1858 108

European through freights, rail and steamer 108

All-rail freights eastward 109

Average ocean freights from New York to British ports 110

Table of clearings by the associated banks of Chicago for each

month during six years Ill

Table of clearings by the Clearing House of the Board of Trade

for each month during six years 112

Statement of the condition of the national and state banks of

Chicago 113,114

Details of the business transacted at the Chicago postoflice 115-118

Range of prices for iron and steel 119, 120

Lake commerce of Chicago 121

Opening of navigation at Mackinac for a series of years 121

Receipts and shipments by lake at Chicago 122, 123

Receipts and shipments by lake at South Chicago 124, 125

Arrivals and clearances for a series of years .. 126, 127

Shipments of grain (in transit and export) by lake 127

Exports by lake 128

Vessels entered and cleared at the principal ports of the United

States 128

Vessels built and laid up in Chicago 129

Vessels lost (owned in Chicago) 129

Vessel tonnage of the principal cities of the world 130

Vessels owned in Chicago, with their tonnage 131, 132

Duties collected on imported merchandise during the past five

years 133

Custom House inspections 134

Internal revenue collections 135

Aggregate collections in the principal custom districts of tlieU. S. 136

Value of and duty collected on imported merchandise at the port

of Chicago 137

Illinois and Michigan canal statistics 138-140

GENERAL STATISTICAL STATEMENTS.

Population statistics of the United States, Illinois and Chicago.. 142

Statement showing the number of alien passengers arrived in the

United States since 1821, and the number of immigrants

arrived since 1856 143

Public debt of the United States annually since 1791 144

Detailed statement of the public debt. December 31. 1902 145
GENERAL Statistical Statements— Continued.

United States since 1860.: 146

The coal supply of the United States 147

Exports of wheat from various countries, weekly during 1902 148

Exports of corn from various countries, weekly during 1902 149

Exports and imports of the United States, with their values, since

1850 150

Domestic exports of the United States (detailed) for three years,

ended June 30 ... 151

Imports into the United States (detailed) for three years, ended

June 30 152, 153

Recapitulation of exports and imports, and coin and bullion move-

ment 153

Exports of breads! nils to Europe since 1848 154

Total exports of flour and grain for six years 154

Exports of flour, wheat and corn from the principal Atlantic ports

(weekly) in 1902, with their distribution 155

Weekly exports of grain and provisions from the principal Atlantic

ports during 1902 156

Exports of flour, wheat and corn from the principal Atlantic ports

(weekly) in 1902, by ports of shipment 157-159

Exports of hog products from the principal Atlantic ports (weekly)

in 1902 100

Exports of beef, hog products, butter and cheese during the year

ended June 30, 1902, with their distribution 161

Commerce through St. Mary's Falls canal 162

Hog products exported from the United States to France and

Germany since 1874 163

Valuation of property (for purposes of taxation) in Illinois, State

debt, etc 164

Valuation of property (for purposes of taxation) in the city of

Chicago, taxes levied, city debt, etc 165

Illinois Central Railroad earnings and tax 166

Mileage of railroads 167, 108

Number of miles of railroads constructed and in operation

since 1830 168

Number of miles of railroads, in operation in each State and

Territory at various periods since 1850 169

Stocks of Hour and grain in the State of California for a series of

years 170

Exports of flour and grain from San Francisco 171

Receipts of domestic produce at San Francisco 171

Receipts and shipments of flour and grain at New Orleans 172

Receipts and exports of flour and grain at New York (monthly) .. 173

Stocks of pork and lard in New York for the past ten years 174

Receipts of flour and grain at the principal western river and lake

ports for the past five years 175
GENERAL STATISTICAL STATEMENTS—Continued.

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Beals, Joseph R.
Beers, Cyrenus
Blaikie, Andrew
Brand, Alexander
Bristol, Richard C
Brown, S- Lockwood
Burch, Isaac II.
Burley, Augustus H.
Carpenter. James II.
Carter, Thomas B.
Case, J. R.
Chapin, John P.
Clarke, W. H.
Cobb, Zen As, Jr-
Dewolf, A. V. G.
Dewolk, William F.
Dodge, John C-
Drew, George C.
Dunham, John H.
Dyer, Thomas
Foster, George F.
Foster, Jahez II.
Gage, Jared
Germain, Isaac V-
Giubs, George A.
Gurney, Walter S.
Hadduck, Edward H.

MEMBERS:

Haines. John C-
Hale, Thomas
Hardy, Isaac
Harmon, C- L.
Harrison, H. H.
Higginson, Geo. M.
High. JonN, Jr.
Hilliard, L. P.
Hotchkiss, J. P.
Hubbard, Gurdon S.
Humphrey, D.
King, JonN, Jr.
Kinzie, John II.
Laflin, Matthew
Loomis, H. G.
Lunt, Orrington
Marsh, JonN L.
Marsh, Sylvester
Morgan, T. S.
Neely, Albert
Ogden, Wm. B.
Pardee, Theron
Parker, Thos. L.
Payson, II. R.
Pearson, John
Peck, James
Raymond, B. W.
Read, JonN S-

Reed. Josiah H. Richmond, Allen Richmond, Thomas Robb. G. A. Rochester, Jas. H. Rogers, E. K. Rogers, JonN Rumsey, Julian SRussell, J. B. F. Ryerson, Joseph T. Sherman, O. Shoemaker, Jno. W SMiTn, George Smith, J. A. Stearns, M. C Steel, George Stockbridge, F. B. Thompson, Thomas TnROOP, Amos G.

WADSWORTn, E. S.

Walker, Almond
Walker, CnARLES
Walter, Joel C-

WniTCOMB, T.

Whitney, W. L.
Winn, James
Winslow, H. J.

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