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Sugar Production.

MULIIALI gives the following estimates of the production of cane and beet sugar in the world in
English tons from 1840 to 1898; and Willett & Gray, New York, for the years following:
Yrals. Cane. Bet. Total. YEARS.

Cane. Beet. Total. YEARS. (ane. Beet. Total.
Tons. Tuus. Tous.
Tons. Tous. Tons.

Tous. Tes.

Tos 1840..

1,100,000 50,000'1,150,000 1890.. 2,580,000 2,780,000 5,360,000 1903.... 4,163 941 5,756,720 9,920,681 18.10.. 1.200.000 200.00 1,400,000 1898..

2.850.000 4,650,00 7,500,000 1904.... 4,618,289 4,918,480 9,531,769 1860. 1,830,000

2,839,500 5.608,544 8,448,044 1905.. 4,906,082 7,337,717 12,143,799 18.0.. 1,800,000 900.000 2,750,000, 1901.. 3,657,416 6,066,939 9,724,355 1906... 4,919,000 6,915,000 11,834,000 1880... 1,860,000 1,810,000 3,670,000/ 1902.... 4,070,282 6,923 487| 10,993,769 The production of sugar in 1905-1906 by sugar-growing countries, in tons of 2,240 pounds, was; COUNTRIES. Cane Sugar. COUNTRIES. Cine Sugar. COUNTRIES.

Beet Sugar. Louisiana.. 330.000' Java 993, 900 United States,

283,717 l'orto Rico 213,000 Hawaii

385,000 Germany.

2, 415,000 (uba... 1,175,000 Queensland

170,000 Austria

1,510.000 Butish West Indies. 146,000 Manritius

188,000 France.

1,090,00J sayti and S. Domingo. 50 000 Demerara

122, 00 Russia.

188.000 Peru 150,000 Argentina 1:37.000 Belgium

324,000 Brazil 275,000||Philippines 135.625 Holland

207,000 Beet sugar production in the United States in 1905-06, by states, in tons ot 2.240 pounds: New York, 4,235; Wisconsin, 11,950; Illinois, 550 : Ohio, 4.0:26; Michigan, 54.635; Minesota, 2,750; Nebraska, 9,379;, Colorado, 93, 253; Utabı, 21,337; Idaho, 13, 435; Oregon, 1,595; 'Washington, 2,321; California, 64, 251; Total, 283,717.

CONSUMPTION OF SUGAR. Licht's estimate of consumption of sugar of all kinds in varions countries in 1906 per capita in pounds was: Germany, 33; Austria, 20; France, 34; Spaill, 12; England, 81; Switzerland, 44; United States, 70; Russia, 20; Netherlands, 36; Denmark, 60; Italy, 7; Belgium, 26; Turkey, 8.

Tue consumption of sugar in the United States in the calendar year 1905, estimated by Willett & Gray, of New York, was: Imported (including 376,497 tons lla

Domestic Maple.

9,000 waiian, 124,928 Porto Rican, and

Domestic Beet

220, 7:22 44,841 Philippine sugar.)..

2,056,092 Domestic, manufactured from imported

Domestic Total

576,124 molasses

11,880 Total product consumed in the U. S....2,632, 216 Domestic Cane..

334,522 or 70. 4 pounds per capita.

Total.......

Tea, Coffee, and Cocoa.
(From Report of the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce and Labor.)

Coffee.-Sources of supply in 1904. Exports from coffee-growing countries in pounds.
Brazil
..1,600,000,000 | Haiti and Santo Domingo.....

71,000,000 Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador,

British West Indies....

11,000,000 Peru, and Chile.. 200,000,000 British East Indies

68,000,000 Central America........... 165.000,00 Dutch East Indies...

135,000,000 Mexico....

35.000,000 Cuba and Porto Rico.. 18, 000,000

.2, 299,000,000 Consumption of leading countries in 1904, in pounds. United States. 960,879,000 Austria-Hungary.

108, 687,000 Germany 396, 205, 000 Holiand.

28,930,000 France..... 167, 552,000 Great Britain and Leland.

28. 783,000 Belzium .. 125,411,000 | Canada..

6,188,000 Imports of coffee in the Unitel States, year ending June 30, 1906, were: From Brazil 623, 307,861 pounds, value $50,943, 433. Other South America, 114,452,633 pounds; value $9,846,904.' Central America, 63,493,896 pounds; value $6,653,595. The remainder in smaller quantities from other countries.

Tea.-Sources of supply in 1904: Exports from principal tea-growing countries in pounds. British India ..... 205,019,000 Japan

68,359,000 China 193,467,000 Java.....

23,595,000 Ceylon (1903)

149,2-7,000 Figures of total production in each of these countries exceed total exports, except China, about whose consumption there are no available statistics.

Consumption of leading countries in 1904, in pounds. Great Britain and Ireland. 256, 660, 000 | Canada (1903).

23,969,000 Russia. 1:20,829, 000 Netherlands..

8,778, 000 Uuited States. .109, 623,000 Germany

6,903, 000 Australia (1900) 29, 266,000) France

2, 440,000 The number of pounds of tea consumed per capita was: Great Britain and Ireland, 6.09; United States, 1.34; Russia, 0.95; Austra.ia, 6.93; Canada, 5. 60; France, 0.06; Germany, 0.12.

Cocoa.-World's production of cocoa, 1903, in pounds: Ecuador, 46,500,000; San Thomé (Portuguese Africa), 45.000.000; Brazil, 43,000,000; Trinidad, 29,000,000; Veneziela, 25,000,000; Santo Domingo, 15,000,000; Grenada, 13,000,000; all others, 37,500,000. Total production, 260,000,000.

World's consumption of cocoa, 1903, in pounds: United States, 63,000,002; Germany, 43, 000,000; France, 41.000.000; Great Britain, 35,000,000; Netherlands, 33,000,000; Spain, 12,500,000; all others, 33,000,000.

The impo tation of raw cocoa into the United States in the fiscal year 1906 was 80 117 402 pounds, and of chocolate 2,954,594 pounds. There has been an immense increase in the importation of cocoa in the past ten years.

The American Zog.
HOGS TACKED AND MARKETED, YEAR ENDING MARCH 1, 1906.
Number of

Number of
CITIES,
CITIES,

CITIES.

Number of
Hogs.
Hogs.

Jlogs. Chicago. 6,138,063 Cedar Rapids...

568,888 Other Places East... 911,000 Kansas City. 3,108,172 Clevelandi..

648,333 Receipts

at

New Omaha. 2, 197, 295 Louisville.

411, 720 York, Philadel. St. Louis. 1,777,657 Sioux (ity..

999,966 phia, and Balti-
St. Joseph.
1,816,502 St. Paul

875,623
more.........

2,943,000 Indianapolis. 1, 447,250 Nebraska (ity,

315, 673 Milwa'kee&Cudahy 928, 706 Other Places West 2,963, 368 Total 1906.

31,273.000 ('incinnati.... 646.3.5 Boston......

1,208,000

1903.

29, 691,000 Ottumwa. 631,217 Buffalo.

06.000

1904..

27,017.000 DISTRIBUTION OF TIOG PRODUCTS EXPORTED FROM TILE UNITED STATES IN 1905-06.

LARD.
ILAMS.
BACON.

Pork
COUNTRIES.

Quantities,

Values.
Quantities,

Vanes.
Quantities,

Values.
Quantities,

Values.
l'ounds,
Pound.
l'ounds.

Pounds. United Kingilom.. 241,03,704 $19 311,95 173,426,165 $17,752,836 28 ,980,628 $28,277,030 86,107,510 $7,708,568 Begium ..

37,722,055 3,047,758 3,605,181 387.3.11 23,:61, 441 2,133,393 5,640,813 418,616 Frau ce

5,427.171
436,443 20,1.04

1,219 112,712 10,933 41,000 3,190 Germany.

210,77,836 19,59,626 1,194,11 125,9101 14,675,495 1,365,581 8,053, 727 614,360 Nethe lands.

80,038,2801 6,457,096 1,219,730 114,974 11,714,345 1,030,010 6,176,762 473,148 Other Europ:

50,460,091 4,142,898 1,120,979 150,263 19,588,738 1,829,809 8,707,636 656,047 Bitsh Norih America.. 8,381,618 703,270 3,562,587 43,470 2,437,424 :93.478 16,82,780 1,057,00 Other countries.

77,306,11

6,270,705 9,184,791 1,109,948 9,109,780 905,559 23,644,730 1,812,957 7+1,516.886 $60.132,0911 194,267,919 $20,075,511! 31.: 10,563 $35,845,793' 155,265,15- $12,943,046

Production of Poultry and Eggs.

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Tou Census of 1900 gave the production of poultry in the Census year in the United States as 250,623, 114. The enumeration covered chickens, guinea fowls, turkeys, geese and ducks three months old and over. The largest production was in Iowa, 20,043,343, and the next largest, Illinois, 17,737, 262.

The production of eggs in the Census year 1900 in the United States was 1.293,662,433 dozen. The leading production hy States was Iowa, 99, 621,920 dozen; Ohio, 91,766, 630; Illinois, 86, 402, 670; Missouri, 85, 203, 290; Kansas, 73,190,390; Indiana, 70,782, 200; Pennsylvania, 67,038, 180. New York, 62,096,690; Texas, 58,040, 810; Michigan, 54,318, 410; all'in dozens.

The report of the Census of 1900 showed 3. 29 poultry per capita, and 17 dozen eggs per capita per annum for the United States,

Dairy Products. THE Twelfth Census (Bulletin 189) presented the following condensed analysis of the dairy industry of the United States for the ('ensus year 1.00: Cows kept for milk on farms.

..number.. 17, 139, 674 Cows kept for milk not on farins........

973, 033 Total number of cows kept for milk

18, 112,707 Milk produced on farms...

gallons..7,266,392.674 Milk produced not on farms.

462,190,676 Total gallons of milk produced....

.7.728,583,350 Butter made on farms.....

-pounds.1,071,745, 127 Butter made in factory reameries

is 420,126,546 Butter made in urban dairy establishments.

827,470 Total pounds of butter made.....

.1,492, 699,113 Cheese made on farms....

pounds.. 16,372,330 Cheese made in factories..

281, 972.324 Cheese made in urbau dairy establishments.

662,164 Total pounds of cheese made.......

299,006,818 Condensed milk produced

.. pounds.. 186,921,787 # Estimated.

culine Production of the world. TILE following table shows estimates of wine production in gallons by the principal wine-producing countries according to the French publication Moniteur Vinicole, and is for the year 1903. COUNTRIES. Gallous. COUNTRIES. Gallons.

COUNTRIES. Gallons. France.........

935.223,510 | Turkey and Cyprus. 55,475,700 Switzerland....... 15,850,200 Italy. 898,178,000Hungary 55.475,700 Servia...

11,887,650 Spain. 396,255,000 Bulgaria. 52,834,000 Brazil.

7,264.675 Algeria 157,806,625 Germany 50,192,300 Australia

6,604,250 Anstria 124,159,900 United States 44,908,900 Tunis.

6,504,250 Portugal 92,459,500 Roumania.

34,312,100 Other countries. 21,363.661 Russia 73,967,600 Greece.

34,342 100 Chile. 60,759,100 1 Argentine Republic. 26,417,000 Total.

3,162,071,721 The same anthority gives the production in 1905 of France as 990.000.000 gallons: Italy, 900,000 000; Spain, 580,00 000: Austria-Hungary, 164,250,000; Portugal, 110,000,000; Russia, 68,000,000; Germany, 60, 250,000,

Production of Liquors and dolines in the United States.

PRODUCTION OF FERMENTED LIQUORS AND DISTILLED SPIRITS.

Rre

Production of Distilled Spirits, Exclusive of Brandy Distilled from Fruit.

Total ProYEAR

Production
Fermented

duction of ENDING Bourbon

Pure Neutral of Fruit
Liquors.

Alcohol. Rum,
Whiskey.

Gin.
JUNE 30.

Distilled Whiskey.

Spirits. Brandy.t

Spirits. I Barreis. * Gallons. Gallons. Gallons. Gallons. Gallons. Gallons. Gallons. Gallons, 1894... 33,362,373 15,518,319 10,026,514 10,570,070 1,861,595 1,287,977 35,377,115 2,948,158 92,153,650 1695.. 33,589,704 18,717,153 12,321,513 8,819,923 1,777,083 1,176,669 21,564,238 1,960,176 81,909,711 1896.

35,859,255 16,935,862 9,153,066 9,960,301 1,490,288 1,098,376 25,561,738 3,403,832 89,992,355 197

31,462,822 6,113,726 4,69,220 9,503,353 1,991,157 1,159.314 16,877,306 1,813,427 61,279,075 1898 37,529,339 13,439,459 8,818,240 11,672,795 1,340,547 1,267,580 20,613,205 2,906, 198 83,668,411 1899.

36,697,634 17,256,331 10,792,565 11,974,354 1,494,379 1,266,823 25,876,229 3,097,769 100,162,1 1900. 39,471,593 19,411,829 11,296,568 10,735,771 1,614,514 1,597,081 24,173,671 3,760,487 109,245,17 1901

40,614,258 26,209,804 18,263, 709 10,775,117 1,724,582 1,636,200 30,228,801 4,047,602 128,569,201 1902.

44.550,197 20,336,250 21,587,921 11,483,305 2,202,047 1,752,281 37,429,734 4,220,400 103,401,447 1903. 46,720,179 26,068,555 22,107,053 12,034,127 2,047,907 1,913,404 54,620,400 6,430,673 112,905,399 1904. 48,265,168 20.217,089 1,371,313 11,486,082 1.801.179 2,110,216 57.997,806 5,193,262 139,505,:11 1905.. 49,529,029 26,742,168 20,410,422 11.610.799 1,191,987 2 187,709 60,944,811 5,448,584 153,259,378

*Of not more than 31 gallons. tIncluding apple, peach, and grape. Including also high wines and miscellaneous spirits.

The production of wines in the United States in 1900 was 94,306,905 gallons, of which California produced 14,620,000, New York 2,528,250, and Ohio 1,934,838 gallons. The total production in 1902 was 29,058,700 gallons.

#mportation of Spirits, Malt Liquors, and Wines

INTO THE UNITED STATES, IN QUANTITIES.

1903. 1904. 1905. 1906. Malt Liquors, in bottles or jugs, gallons.

1,292,475 1,467, 756 1,362,069 1,582,619 not in bottles or jugs, gallons

2,966,343 3 197,905 3,836,487 4,395,033 Spirits, Distilled and Spirituous Compounds, Brandy, proof gallons.

348,878 390,988 403,386 470,433 Spirits, Distilled and Spirituous Compounds, all other, proof gallons.

2,061,057 2,238,838 2,368,366 2,639, 680 Spirits, domestic manufacture, returned, gallons.. 819,591 471,596 316, 469 177,499 Wines, Still Wines in casks, gallons.

3,753, 211 4,007,691 3,973,919 4,482, 499 Still Wines in bottles, dozen.

440,869 471, 153 488, 773 546.688 Champagne and other sparkling, dozen..

407,944 336, 245 372, 811 415,394

VALUES, Malt Liquors

$2,087,741 $2,313,325 $2,405,314 $2,738,855 Spirits, Distilled and Compounds.

4,834,580 94,957,5071 5,005,058 5,5:24,767 Wines.

10,249, 296 9,391,870 10, 241,921 10,993, 968

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IN THE UNITED STATES, IN GALLONS.
DISTILLED SPIRITS CONSUMED.

WINES CONSUMED. MALT LIQUORS CONSUMED.

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United States:
1,49 1,191,325 43,316,1536 +121.101.997 Belgium.

395,285,953 8,948,200 9,8:5,000 United Kingdom 1,500,709,00 16.646.933 58,318,373 Italy....

6,725,00 1,045,961,000 11,150,400 Russia..

151,633,492 *25,000,000 172,550,500 Austria-Ilungary 545,674,043 *180,000,000 *120,000,000 Germany. 1,782,778,000 113,583,000 1:4,313,310 Denmark.

63,213,000

*4,000,000 France, 289,103,000 1,342,830,600 97,177,968 Sweden...,

44,440,000 899,200 10,730,500 Spain.... *20,000,0001 *400,000,000 Portugal.

*120,000,000) imated. Returns are for 1903, exc-pt United States and United Kingdom, 1904; France, malt, 1904; Russia and Austria-Hungary, 1901; Italy, wide, 1902 ; Sweden, wine, 1900. Distilled spirits.

Liquor Traffic. Alabama-Local option, fee $175-$350.

Nevada-License by county commissioners, fee Alaska--Prohibition under acts of Congress.

$30-$600. Arizona-Local option, quarterly fee $12-$125. New Hampshire - License by majority of Arkansas-Local option, fee $800.

voters, fees based on population, maximum California-Local option, fee by authorities. $1,200. Colorado-Local option, fee $500 up.

New Jersey-Local option, fee $100-$300. Connecticut-Local.option, fee $150 -$450. New Mexico-License by county commissionDelaware --License by courts, fee $200--$300. ers, fee $100 --$400. District of Columbia-License by excise board New York-Local option in towns, fee $150-

on the written consent of the majority of the $1,200, according to population. owners of real estate, and of the residents on the North Carolina-Limited local optiou, semifront of the square on which the saloon is to be annual fee of $50-$400. located, and of the owners of real estate and of North Dakota-Prohibition. the residents of the confronting side of the oppo- Ohio-Local option, fee $1,000. site square, fee $800.

Oklahoma- License by county officers, fee $200; Florida--Local option, fee $1,000.

additional license in incorporated towns $500. Georgia-Local option, fee in Atlanta $1,000 Oregon-Local option, fee $400. in counties, $300.

Pennsylvania-License under control of courts, Idaho-License by authorities, fee $300-$500; fee $75 - $1,000. hotels out of towns, $100.

Phode Island-Local option, fee $200-$1,000. Illinois-License by city council or village or South Carolina-State control. county board, fee not less than $500.

Sonth Dakota-License by local authorities, Indiana -License by county commissioners, fee fee 8400-$600.

$100-$350; majority remonstrance, deleats. Tennessee--License issued by local authorities, Lowa--License by petition of voters, fee $600. fee $150-$200. Kansas --Prohibition.

Texas-License issned by county clerk, fee $300. Ken ucky-License by majority of voters, fee Utah-License granted by local authorities, see $100-$150.

$100-$1,200. Logisiana -State and local license, $100 up. Vermont-License local option act was adopted Mai e-Prohibition,

February 3, 1903, and took effect March 3, 1903. Maryland-Local option, fee $18-$450.

Virginia-Coutrci of local courts, fee $175-$350; Massachusetts-Local option, fee not less than local option provided for

$1,000; number limited, one to one thousand in- Washington - License issued by local authori. habitants; in Boston, one to five hundred,

ties, fee $300-$1,000. Michig'ın-Local option, fee $500-$800.

West Virginia - License by courts and local auMinnesota-License fee, $500-$1,000.

thorities, fee $500. Mississippi - Local option, fee $600-$1,200. Wisconsin- Local option, fee $100-$200, with Missouri - Local option, semi-annual $300 --$600. power in voters to increase from $200-$500. Montana - Local option, semi-annual $150-$300. Wyoming - License issued by local autnorities, Nebraska - Local option, fee $500-$1,000.

fee $100-$300.

Number of Cer

LIQUOR TRAFFIC IN NEW YORK CITY. Comparative table showing the number of licenses issued and net receipts under excise boards for year ending April 30, 1896 (old law), also number of liquor tax certifi ates in force, net revenue, State's share net revenue, boroughs' share net revenue, benefit to boroughs by diminished State tax, together with total benefit to each borough comprising the city of New York, for the year ending April 30, 1906 (niew law). Number

Benefit to

Total of

Boroughs'
Net Receipts Net Revenue
State's Share

Boroughs by
tificates

Share Net

Benefit to
Licenses
Under Ex-
Net Revenue

Diminished
in Force
Year Ending

Each Borough BOROUGHS.

Revenue
cise Boards,
Issuert,

Year Ending
April 30,

State Tax

Year Ending
April 30, 1906

Year Ending 1895-96

1895-96
1906
(New Law).

Year Ending
April 30, 1906

April 30, 1906
(Old
(New

April 30, 1906
(New Law).
(Old Law).

April 30. 1906 (New Law).

(New Law). Law). Law).

(New Law). Manhattan

and Bronx.. 8,906 6,997 $1,056,013. 10 $7,531,263. 45$3,765,782.45 $3,765,481,00 $4,880,261 27 $8,645,742.27 Brooklyn... 4,702 3,739 599,115. 89 3,326,757. 54 1,663,379.82 1.663,377.72 1,094,500.90 2,707,878. 62 Queens.

1,206 1,297 43,424.61 452,997.51 226,498. 87 226.498.64 158,756. 55 385,255. 19 Richmond.. 543 433 38,364.83 159,124.38 79,562. 26 79,562. 12 52,771.53 132,333.65 Total.

15,3571 12,446 $1,736,918. 43 $11,470,142.88 $5,735,223. 401$5,734,919. 48 $6,186,290.25 $11.921,209.73 Table showing the number of liquor tax certificates (covering hotels, saloons, clubs, etc.) in force April 30, 1906, by boroughs, in the city of New York. BOROUGHS. Salooas,

Saioons, Hotels.

BOROUGHS.

Hotels.
Clubs, etc.

Clubs, etc. Manhattan and the Bronx

1.310

4.624
Richmond

187

207 Brooklyn

594

2,692 Queens...

363
794 Total Greater New York..

2,459 8.317

duhen to Serve Beverages.

(From Osborn's Vintage and Production of Wines and Liquors.) Appetizer-Dry Pale Sherry plain or with a dash | With Roast---Claret, Burgundy, or Chianti; temof bitters, Vermouth plain or a Cocktail.

perature of room. With Oysters-Rhine Wine, Moselle, Dry Sau- With Game--Champague (cold), Old Vintage ternes, or Capri; cool.

Champagne; cool.
With Soup-Sherry or Madeira; cool.

With Pastry--Madeira; cool.
With Fish-Sauternes, Rhine Wine, Moselle, or With Cheese--Port, temperature of room,
Capri; cool.

With Fruit-Tokay, Malaga, or Muscat; temperWith Entrées-Claret or Chianti; temperature of ature of room, room.

With Coffee-Brandy or Cordial; temperature of

room.

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Deficiencies

$13,767,003.75 $13,259,314.99 $24,911,124.77 $19,651,968.25 *25,083,395.78 28,998,961.98 $28,165,777.03 Legislative, Executive, and Judicial

21,175,652.53 24.594.968.85 25,396,683.20 27,598,6:3.66 28,558,258.22 29,136,752,06 29,681,919.30 Sunilry Civil.

49, 94,303.70 54,574,2-5,21 54,391, 01.13 61,763,709.11 49,968,011.:4 56,269,468.66 80,7-9,470.:8 Support of the Army 114.220,095.55 11.5,734,049.10 91,730,136.41 77,888,752.8.: 77,070,300.88 70.396,6:21.64 71,817,165.18 Naval Service..

61,140,916.67 78,101,791.00 58,-56,363.13 -1, -76,791.43 97,503, 140.94 100,3:36.679.94102,071,670.27 Indian Service.....

*,197,989.24 9,747,471.098,984,028.10 8,540.4 6.77 9,447,961.40 7,923,814.34 9,20,599.93 Rivers and Harbors...

16,175.605.15 7,046,6:3.00 32,54'), 199.0 20.228.150.99 10,872,200.00 26,561,281.75 17,254.0:0.04 Forts and Fortifications.

7,383,628.00 7,364,011.0 7:98,955.00 7,188.416.22 7,518,192.00 6,747,893.00 5,053 993.00 Military Acadux...

1174.306.67 77,633.68 2 627,324.4: 652,748.671 973,947.26 673,713.38 1,564,707,67 Post-Office Department

Indefinite. Indefinite. Indefinite. Indeinite. Indetinite. Indefinite. Tridetimite. Pensions.

115,245,:30.00 145,245.230.00 139,812,239.00 139.847,600.00 138,360,700.00 138,250,100.00 140,245,500,00 Consular and Diplomatic 1.771.168.76 1,819,498.76 1,987,483.31 1,968,2-0.69 2,020,100.69 2,123,047.72 3.091,094.17 Agricultural Department. 4,023,500.00 4,382,420.00 5,208,960.00 5.978.160.00 5,902,040.00 6,842,690.00 9,930,420.00 District of Columbia.. 7,677,39.31 8.5112.269.94 8,544,464.97

8,635,0 17.00 11,018.540.00 9,801,197.62 10,239.102.16 Miscellaneous ..

3.205 312.05 7.961.140.9: 4.081 747.14 3,025,061 35 2,-60,828.52 5.139.545.21 40,172,757.67 Totals

457.152.142.831 479,365.6.7.35:459,139,346.68 464,545, 770.7,407,159,617.03 489,241,777.301549,434,846.66

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