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Bridgeport ... 3,097
Bristol ....... 7,104
Butler .......10,853
Carbondale ..13,536
Carlisle ...... 9,626
Carnegie ..... 7,330
Catasauqua .. 3,963
Chambersburg 8,864
Charleroi .... 5,930

5,930
Clearfield .... 5,081
Coatesville .. 5,721
Columbia ...,12,316
Connelsville... 7,160
Conshohocken 5,762
Corry ........ 5,369
Coudersport... 3,217
Danville ..... 8,042
Darby ....... 3,429
Dickson ..... 4,948
Doylestown... 3,034
Dubois .. 9,375
Dunmore ....12,583
Duquesne .... 9,036
East Mauch

Chunk ..... 3,458 Edwardsville.. 5,165 Elliott ....... 3,345 Etna ........ 5,384 Forest City... 4,279 Franklin .... 7,317 Freeland .....

5,254
Gettysburg .. 3,495
Gilberton .... 4,373
Girardville .. 3, 666
Greensburg .. 6,508
Greenville ... 4,814
Hanover .... 5,302
Hazleton .... 14,230
Homestead ..12,554
Huntington .. 6,053
Indiana ..... 4,142
Jeannette ... 5,865
Jersey Shore.. 3,070
Johnsonburg.. 3,894
Kane ........ 5,296
Kingston ....

3,846
Kittanning .. 3,902
Knoxville .... 3,511
Lansford .... 4,888
Latrobe ...... 4,614
Lebanon .....17,628
Lehighton ... 4,629
Lewisburg ... 3,457
Lewistown .. 4,451
Lock Haven.. 7,210
Luzerne ..... 3,817
McKees Rocks 6,352
Mahanoy City 13,504
Mauch Chunk 4,029
Meadville ....10,291
Mechanicsburg 3,841
Media ....... 3,075
Meyersdale .. 3,024
Middletown... 5,608
Millvale ..... 6,736
Milton ....... 6,175
Minersville .. 4,815
Mononga hela.. 5,173
Mt. Carmel..13, 179
Mt. Pleasant. 4,745
Nanticoke ...12, 116
New Brighton 6,820
N. Kensington 4,665
Norristown ..22,265
N. Braddock.. 6,535
Oil City ......13, 264
Old Forge.... 5,630
Olyphant .... 6,180
Philipsburg .. 3,266

Phoenixville... 9, 1961 Laurens ...... 4,029
Pittston .....12,556 Newberry ... 4,607
Plymouth ....13, 649 Orangeburg... 4,455
Pottstown ...13, 696 Rock Hill.... 5,485
Pottsville ....15, 710 Spartanburg .11,395
Punxsutawney 4,375 Sumter ...... 5,673
Quakertown... 3,014 Union ....... 5,400
Rankin ...... 3,775 South Dakota-
Renovo ...... 4,082 Aberdeen .... 4,087
Reynoldsville, 3,485 Deadwood ... 3,498
Ridgway.... 3,515 Lead ........ 6,210
Rochester .... 4,688 Mitchell .. 4,055
St. Clair..... 4,638 Sioux Falls...10, 266
St. Marys.... 4,295 Watertown .. 3,352
Sayre ....... 5,243 Yankton ..... 4,125
Schuyl. Haven 3,654 Tennessee
Scottdale .... 4,261 Bristol ....... 5,271
Sewickley .... 3,568 Clarksville ... 9,431
Shamokin ....18,202 Cleveland .... 3,858
Sharon ...... 8,916 Columbia .... 6,052
Sharpsburg... 6,842 Dyersburg ... 3,647
Shenandoah .. 20,321 Harriman... 3,442
Shippensburg. 3,228 Jackson .....14,911
Slatington ... 3,773 Johnson City. 4,645
S. Bethlehem. 13,241 Murfreesboro, 3,999
S. Wmsport., 3,328 Union City... 3,407
Steelton ..... 12,086 Texas-
Stroudsburg.. 3,450 Abilene ...... 3,411
Sunbury ..... 9,810 Austin .......22, 258
Susquehanna. 3,813 Beaumont ... 9,427
Tamaqua .... 7,267 Belton

3,700
Tarentum ... 5,472 Bonham

5,042
Taylor ....... 4,215 Brenham .... 5,968
Titusville .... 8, 244 Brownsville... 6,305
Towanda .... 4,663 Brownwood... 3,965
Turtle Creek.. 3,262 Bryan ....... 3,689
Tyrone ...... 5,847 Calvert ...... 3,332
Union City... 3,104 Cameron .... 3,341
Uniontown ... 7,344 Cleburne .... 7,493
Warren ...... 8,043 Corpus Christi 4,703
Washington... 7,670 Corsicana ...

9,313
Waynesboro.. 5,396 Cuero ....... 3,422
W. Bethlehem 3,465 Denison .....11,807
West Chester. 9,524 Denton ...... 4,187
West Pittston 5,846 El Paso .....15,906
Wilkinsburg ,11,886 Ennis ....... 4,919
Wilmerding .. 4,179 Gainesville .. 7,874
Winton ......

Gonzales .... 4,279
Rhode Island-

Greenville ... 6,860
Bristol ...... 6,901 Hillsboro .... 5,346
Burrilville ... 6,317 Laredo ......13,429
Central Falls.18,167 Longview .... 3,591
Coventry .... 5,279 McKinney ... 4,342
Cranston ....13,343 Marlin .......

3,092
Cumberland.. 8,925 Marshall .... 7,855
E. Providence12, 138 Navasota .... 3,857
Johnston .... 4,305 Oak Cliff.... 3,630
Lincoln ...... 8,937 Orange ...... 3,835
Newport .....22,034 Palestine .... 8,297
N. Kingston.. 4,194 Paris ........ 9,358
N. Providence 3,016 Sherman .....10,243
Scituate ..... 3,361 Sulphur Spgs. 3, 635
S. Kingston.. 4,972 Taylor ....... 4,211
Warren ...... 5,108 Temple ...... 7,065
Warwick ....21,316 Terrell ....... 6,330
Westerly .... 7,541 Texarkana ...
South Carolina-

Tyler ........ 8,069
Abbeville .... 3,766 Victoria ..... 4,010
Aiken ....... 3,414 Waco ........20,686
Anderson .... 5,498 Waxahachie.. 4,215
Beaufort ..... 4,110 Weatherford.. 4,786
Chester .....

Yoakum ..... 3,499
Columbia ....21, 108 Utah
Darlington .. 3,028 Eureka ... 3,085
Florence ..... 4,647 Logan .... 5,451
Gaffney ...... 3,937 Ogden .......16,313
Georgetown.. 4,138 Park City.... 3,759
Greenville ....11,800 Provo City... 6.185
Greenwood .. 4,824 ! Springville. ... 3,

Vermont-
Barre (city).. 8
Barre (town). 3
Bellows Falls. 4
Bennington .. 5
Brattleboro ..5
Burlington ... 18
Derby .......
Hartford .....
Middlebury ..3
Montpelier ...€
Newport ....
Poultney ....
Randolph ....
Rutland
St. Albans...(
St. Johnsbury !
Springfield ...a
Swanton .....
Winooski ....
Virginia-
Alexandria ..14
Berkeley ....!
Bristol ......!
Charlottesville
Clifton Forge.
Danville .....11
Fred'ricksburg!
Harrisonburg. I
Lexington ...
Lynchburg ..11
Manchester .. 1
Newport Nw8.1
Petersburg ..2
Portsmouth ..1
Radford
Roanoke ..
Salem ...
Staunton.
Suffolk
Winchester...
Wytheville....
Wasbington
Aberdeen ....
Ballard ....
Everett
Fairhaven ...
N. Whatcom.
N. Yakima...
Olympia .....
Pt. Townsend
Vancouver ...
Walla Walla..1
West Virginia-
Benwood .....
Bluefield ......
Charleston ...1
Clarksburg ..
Fairmont ....
Grafton ......
Hinton
Huntington ..1
Martinsburg..
Moundsville..
Parkersburg .1
Wisconsin-
Antigo
Appleton ....1
Ashland
Baraboo.
Beaverdam..
Beloit .......1
Berlin ...
Chippewa Falls
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Oconto ....... 5,646 Stevens Point 9,524 Cheyenne ....14,087 son .....19,164 Platteville ... 3,340 Stoughton ... 3,431 Laramie ..... 8,207 Itowoc ..11,786 Portage ...... 5,459 Sturgeon Bay. 3,372 Rock Springs. 4,363 nette ....16,195 P.Washington 3,010 Two Rivers... 3,784 hfield ... 5,240 Pr. du Chien. 3,232 Watertown... 8,437 usha ......5,589 Rhinelander .. 4,998 Waukesha ... 7,419

INTERDECENNIAL STATE CENSUSES. nce the United States census of 1900 twelve states have made and published rations of population-namely, Michigan in 1904, and Iowa, Kansas, Massats, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South 2, Wisconsin and Wyoming in 1905. A federal census was taken in the new of Oklahoma in 1907. Results of these censuses were: Population by Censuses, with Increase or Decrease.

U. S. State | Increase | Decrease | Per cent census, census,

from

from
1900.
1905.
1900.

1900. increase. 2,231,83512,210,337

21,498 1,470,495 1,543,818

73,323 husetts

2,805,346 2,998,958 193, 612

2,420,982 *2,530,016 109,034 ota ....

1,751,394 1,979,912 228,518 ersey...

1,883, 669 2,144,143 260,474 York......

7,268,894 8,066, 672 797,778
319,146 437,070 117,924

37 ma ....... $790,391 1 91,414,177 623,786

78.9 ............. Island.....

428,556 480,082 51,526 Dakota ....... 401,570 455,269 53,699

13 sin ................

2,069, 0421 2,228,949 159,907 ng ................1 92,531 101,816

9,285 1904. For census of New York by counties see under “New York State" in lume. Total for Oklahoma and Indian Territory. In 1907. ra's population has been stationary for a decade and is now slightly decreasing.

four years' growth of Michigan, 1900 to 1904, shows a rate of only 4 per cent, al population having increased only 1.5 per cent and the cities 8 per cent, the ontaining a little more than half the people of the state. The rate of increase six years 1891 to 1900 was 8 per cent. sconsin has increased in population 8 per cent-a rate slightly greater than the tween 1895 and 1900, which was 7 per cent. Its rural element increased ent, and its cities of over one thousand inhabitants, which, taken collectively, te 44 per cent of the population, increased 10 per cent. Minnesota increased Ili more rapid rate--13 per cent. Its rate of growth from 1900 to 1905 was ore rapid than in the preceding five-year period, which was 11 per cent. The ement, which constitutes 55 per cent of the entire population, increased 8 per tween 1900 and 1905, and the cities 20 per cent. th Dakota increased at the same rate as Minnesota---13 per cent-a rate much n that of the preceding five years-namely, 21 per cent. The rural population, omprised four-fifths of the total population in 1905, increased 10 per cent, and an element 27 per cent. all the states taking censuses, North Dakota had the most rapid growth, its t of increase in the five years beirg 37. The rural element, about five-sixths vhole population, gained 35 per cent, and the urban element 45 per cent. Isas, which from 1895 to 1900 gained 10 per cent in population, made a gain 5 per cent between 1900 and 1905. This gain was entirely in the cities, which a little more than one-third of the population. They increased at the rate of ent, while the rural districts lost nearly 10,000 inhabitants, or at the rate of nt.

a frontier state, Wyoming is having very slow growth. Between 1890 an idded only 31,826 to its population, or at the rate of 49 per cent.

York increased in the five years at the rate of 11 per cent. As there was no nsus in 1895, this can only be compared with the decennial increase from 1900, which was 21 per cent, showing the rate to be maintained. Practically his increase was in the cities and towns, since the rural population increased per cent, while the towns and cities of over 1,000 inhabitants gained 14 per cent.

Jersey showed a good rate of growth-14 per cent-slightly greater than in years from 1895 to 1900, which was 13 per cent. This growth was mainly in s and towns, which contain more than three-fourths of the entire population. in growth was at the rate of 16 per cent, and the rural element 7 per cent only. sachusetts increased only 7 per cent between 1900 and 1905, as compared with ent in the preceding five-year pericd. de Island made the notable increase of 14 per cent, which may be compared increase in the preceding five years (1895 to 1900) of 11 per cent.

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STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT AND OF THE CASH IN THE TRE
URY OF THE UNITED STATES, NOVEMBER 1, 1909.

Interest Bearing Debt.
When

Amount Outstand
Title of loan.
When redeeniable.

Octobe

issued. issued.

31, 190 Consols of 1930..

1900 After Apr. 1, 1930. 1 $646, 250, 1501 $646,250) Loan of 1908-1918...

1898 After Aug. 1, 1908. 198,792, 660 63,945 Loan of 1925....

4 (1895-'96 | After Feb. 1, 1925. 1 162,315,400 118,489 Panama Canal loan: Series 1906............!

2 1 1906 | After Aug. 1, 1916. 54,631,9801 54,631 Series 1908.............

2 i 1908 After Nov. 1, 1918.) 30,000,0001 . 30,000 Aggregate of interest bearing debt................ . $1,093,990, 1901 $913,319

Debt on Which Interest Has Ceased Since Maturity. Funded loan of 1891, continued at 2 per cent, called for redemption May 18, 1900; interest ceased August 18, 1900......

$32,00 Funded loan of 1891, matured September 2, 1891...

23,70 Loan of 1904, matured February 2, 1904.....

18,70 Funded loan of 1907, matured July 2, 1907.........

1,685,7 Refunding certificates, matured July 1, 1907 ........

17,5 Old debt matured at various dates prior to January 1, 1861, and other

items of debt matured at various dates subsequent to January 1, 1861 909,1 Aggregate of debt on which interest has ceased since maturity...... $2,686,8

Debt Bearing No Interest, United States notes (February 25, 1862; July 11, 1862; March 3, 1863). . . $346,681,0 Old demand notes (July 17, 1861: February 12, 1862).

53,2 National bank notes, redemption account (July 14, 1890)...

...... 25,549,0 Fractional currency (July 17, 1862; March 3, 1863; June 30, 1864; less

$8,375,934 estimated as lost or destroyed, Act of June 21, 1879)..... 6,859,7 Aggregate of debt bearing no interest. ......... ...................$379,143,0

Certificates and Notes Issued on Deposits of Coin and Silver Bullion. Classification.

In Treasury. In circulation. Amount is Gold certificates....

.... $795, 205, 489.00 $79,451,380.00 $874,656,8 Silver certificates.....

481,794,889.00

5,792,111.00 487,587,0 Treasury notes of 1890. ......

4,021,535.00

12,465.00 4,034,0

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ost.......

Aggregate of certificates and

Treasury notes, offset by
cash in the Treasury....... 1,281,021,913.00 85,255,956.00 1,366,277,8

Recapitulation.
Classification.

Oct. 31, 1909. Sept. 30, 1909. Changes Interest bearing cebt.............. $913,317,490.00 $913,317,490.00 Debt on which interest has ceased since maturity.................

2,686,895.26

2,761,285.26 D Debt bearing no interest.......... 379,143,046.78 379, 464,201.28 Dec. 321,1 Aggregate of interest and

non-interest bearing debt.. 1,295, 147,432.04 1,295,542,976.54 Dec, 395, Certificates and Treasury notes off

set by an equal amount of cash
in the Treasury ............... 1,3

1,366, 277,869.00 1,353,059,869.00 Inc. 13,218, Aggregate of debt, including

certificates and Treasury
notes .

..... 2,661,425,301.04 2,648,602,845.54 Inc. 12,822,

Cash in the Treasury (Credit). Reserve fund-Gold coin and bullion...

.............$ 150.000 Trust funds-Gold coin..........

$874,656,869 00 Silver dollars .....

487,587,000 00 Silver dollars of 1890.....

4,034,000 00

1,366,277, General fund-Gold coin and bullion... $25,284,086 85 Gold certificates .......

79,451,380 00 Silver certificates .....

5,792,111 00 Silver dollars

2,271,862 00 Silver bullion.

4,049, 656 78 United States notes ....

4,501,054 00 Treasury notes of 1890.

12,465 00 National bank notes.....

7,944,644 00 Subsidiary silver coin ..

17,952, 453 31 Fractional currency ..

124 93 Minor coin ...........

1,519,742 67

States

.........................

Bonds and interest paid awaiting - reimbursement ................

14,654 70

$158,794,235 24 National Bank depositories-To

credit of Treasurer of United States ..

36,414,319 09 To credit of United States disbursing officers ................... . 13,083,334 67

49,497,653 76 Treasury of Philippine Islands—TO

credit of Treasurer of United States.

3,051,731 91
To credit of United States dis-
bursing officers.

3,055,314 43
6,107,046 34

214,398,935 34 Total ..........

..... $1,730,676,804 34 Cash in the Treasury (Debit). d certificates..

....$874,656,869 00 er certificates .

... 487,587,000 00 asury notes of 1

4,034,000 00

1,366,277,869 00 tional bank 5 per cent fund ......

28,673,200 79 standing checks and warrants.

12,000,105 78 bursing officers' balances ....

76,461, 634 55 toffice Department account ..

6,190,842 84 icellaneous items..........

1,969,983 08
125, 295,857 04

$1,491,573, 726 04 erve fund

150,000,000 00 Hlable cash balance

89,103,078 30

239,103,078 30

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$1,730,676,804.34 b balance in the Treasury September 30, 1909, exclusive of reserve and trust funds.

............$94,206,113 58 h balance in the Treasury October 31, 1909, exclusive of reserve and

89, 103,078 30 Decrease during the month ...

$5,103,035 28 Memorandum showing the amounts due the United States from Pacific railis on account of bonds issued in aid of their construction:

Principal.
Interest.

Total. tral Branch Union Pacific............$1,600,000 00 $2,063,953 62 $3,663,953 62 TREASURY CIRCULATION STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 1, 1909.

Held in General stock Treasury of money as assets

Money in circulation. in the

of the United States. govern

Nov. 1, 1909. Nov. 2, 1908. (Jan. 1, 1879

ment. I coin, inc. bull

in Treasury). *$1,648,714,131 $175, 284,087) $598,773,175 $610,060,562 $96,262,850 ld certificates.......

79,451,3801 795,205,489 807,246,389 21,189,280 dard silverl llars ........

564,242,719) 2,271,862 74,383,857 74,740, 245 5,790,721 ver certificates..

5,792, 1111 481,794,8891 483,899,842 413,360 sidiary silver...

6,491 17,952, 4531 142,324,038) 131,663, 701) 67,982,601 Isury notes of ............

4,034,000 1 12,465 4,021,535 4,691,225 S. notes........

346,681,016 4,501,0541 342,179,962 342.994.05618310.288.51i 'I bank notes...!

703,940, 756 17,944,644 685,996,112 643,202,001 314,339,398 Totals ........ | $3,427,889,113|$303,210,056 $3,124,679,057 $3,098,498,021|$816,266,721 Population of the United States November 1, 1909, estimated at 89,404,000; circulaper capita, $34 95.

A revised estimate by the Director of the Mint of the stock of gold coin was sted in the statement for August 1, 1907. There was a reduction of $135,000,000. Fredemption of outstanding certificates an exact equivalent in amount of the apriate kinds of money is held in the Treasury, and is not included in the account of ley held as assets of the government. IThis statement of money held in the sury as assets of the government does not include deposits of public money in naal bank depositaries to the credit of the Treasurer of the United States, amounting 36,414,319 09. For a full statement of assets see public debt statement. Includes 130,000 currency certificates, act of June 8, 1872.

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COIN AND PAPER CIRCULATION OF THE UNITED STATES FROM TO 1909, INCLUSIVE, WITH AMOUNT OF CIRCULATION PER CAPITA, | Coin, incl. U. S.

In Year. bullion notes,

Total Treasury, irculation, Popula- P in Treasury. bank notes. money. I as assets.

tion. Dollars. Dollars. 1 Dollars. Dollars. | Dollars. 1886

903,027,304 | 658,380,470|1,561,407,774308, 707,249 1,252,700,525 57,404,000 1887 1,007,513,901 | 625,898,804 1,633,412,705 315,873,562|1,317,539,143 58,680,000 1888 1,092, 391,6901 599,049,337 1,691,441,027319,270,157 1,372,170,870 59,974,000 2 1889 11,100,612,434 558,059,979|1,658,672,4131278,310,764|1,380,361,649161,289,000 2 1890 11, 152,471,6381 532, 651,791 | 1,685, 123,429 255,872, 1591,429,251,27062,622,250 1891 1,112,956,637 | 564,837,40711,677,794,144 180,353,337 1,497,440,707|63,947,000 1892 1,131, 142,260 | 621,076,9371,752, 219,197 | 150,872,010 1,601,347,187 65,191,000? 1893 ..)1,066,223,357) 672,585, 115|1,738,808,472 142,107,227 1,596, 701,245 | 66,456,000 1894 11,098,958, 741 | 706,120,220 1,805,078,961 144,270,25311,660,808, 708 67,740,000 1895 .. |1,114,899, 1061 704,460,4511,819,359,557 217,391,084|1,601,968,473) 69,043,000 1896 .. (1,097,610,190 i 702,364,843 1,799,975,033 293,540,067 1,506,434,966 70,365,000 1897 ..1,213,780,289) 692,216,330|1,905,996,619 265,787,100|1, 640, 209,51971, 704,000 1898 .. 11,397,785,969 | 675,788,473 2,073,574,442 235,714,547 1,837,859,895 73,060,000 1899 .)1,508,543,7381 681,550,1672,190,093,905 | 286,022,0241,904,071,881 74,433,000 1900 .. (1,607,352,2131 732,348,460|2,339,700,6731284,549,675 2,055,150,998| 76,295,220 1901 1,734,861,7741 748,285,51812,483,147,292 307,760,015 2,175, 387,277 77,754,000 1902 .. 11.829.913.551) 733,353, 1072,563,266,658313,876,10712,249,390,351 | 79,117,000) 11903 11,958,083,786 1 784,215,995 2,742, 299,781 293,131,363 2,449,168,418 81,061,000 21904 2,032,717,414 815,575,51612,848,292,930 264,816,269 2,583,476,661 / 82,329,000 21905 2,079,848,586 | 879,710,265 2,959,558,851 306,427,273 2,653, 131,578 83,726,000 21906 12,241, 743,9601 936,765,001 13,178,508,961321,626,1752.866,882,786185.131.000 11907 12.260.619.8461,008,445, 21213,269,065,058 260,823,4753,008, 241,58386,666,000|| 21908 2,363,453,5261,017, 230, 20813,381,079,734282,581,71313,098,498,021 87,971,000 21909 2 ,373,233,341 1,054, 655,772............ 1303, 210,056/3, 124, 679,057 89,404,00013

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PAPER CURRENCY OUTSTANDING OCTOBER 31, 1909.

United Treasury Denomina

| National Gold

Silver
States notes of

Total
tion.
notes.

1890 bank notes. certificates. certificates. $1,847,185 $405,439 $343,613

$134,534.6791 $137, 130 $2 .... 1,393,138 272, 686 164,613

56,993,5781 $5 103,612,850 922,025 141,084,750)

245,474.4421 491,09 $10

161,208,2161,362,030 303,298,820 $126,461,8501 29,336,831 | 621,66 $20

15, 719,302 683,270 204,662, 660 234,052,864 9,701.090 464,814 $50

2,510,425 19,750 16,619,200 45,225,355 10,826, 260 $100

6,474,900 228,800 37.607,4001 71,056,300 656, 6201 116,02 $500 7,123,000

91,000 16,947,000 27,500 24,18 $1,000 47,782,000

23,000 68,568,500 34,000) 116,54 $5,000

97,575,000

97,57 $10,000 .. 10,000

214,770,000

214,78 Fractions

45,991 Totals ... $347,681,016 $4,034,000$703,940,756 $874,656,869 $487,587,000 $2,417,89 Unknown, destroyed ..) 1,000,000

1,00 Net ..... $346,681,016/$4,034,000 $703.940,756 $874,656,869 $487,587,000 $2,416,89 BONDS ON DEPOSIT IN TREASURY AND DENOMINATIONS OF NATIO! BANK NOTES OUTSTANDING OCTOBER 31, 1909.

To secure

National bank notes of ea Registered bonds on deposit. To secure public

denomination outstanding

circulating deposits Panama Canal, 1916-1936... $49,761,940

$34

$3.195.000 One dollar. Four per cents, loan of 1925 14,738,550 3,570.700

Two dollars.. Three per cents, loan of

Five dollars ..

139,78 1908-1918

Ten dollars
14,1 15,320
................

3,770,400 Two per cents, consols 1930 572,068,7501 25,062,700

Twenty dollars

204,73 Panama Canal, 1918-1938... 25,671,480

Fifty dollars ...... 1,144,000

16,13 District of Columbia 3.65's

One hundred dollars.

37,70 820,000

Five hundred dollars State, city and railroad

One thousand dollars bonds ............

12,065,000

Fractional parts
:
Hawaiian Islands bonds.

487,000
Total .

$702,80 Philippine loan ......

4,276,000 Philippine Railway.

151.000 Porto Rico .............

374,000 Totals .................... $676,386,040 $54,915,800

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