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FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1918 



BOARD OF TRADE 

JOHN R. MAUFF, Secretary 



CHICAGO 

Hedstrom-Barry Co., Printers, Chicago 

1919 



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II 



GENERAL INDEX. 



PAGE 

Acreage and production of winter and spring wheat in the U. S. for a series of years 128 

" Of wheat, corn, oats, rye, barley, buckwheat, hay, potatoes, flaxseed and tobacco 

in the U. S 117-122 

Animals on farms in the United States 124, 125, 126 

Animals received and shipped at the Union Stock Yards 24-25 

Arrival of vessels in the Chicago District 106 

Arrivals and clearances of vessels at Chicago, tonnage of 108 

Average freights for wheat and corn from Chicago to New York for a series of years 100 

" All-rail" shipments, eastbound from Chicago 52, 53 



Barley, exports of the United States 114-123 

" Crops of the United States, by states 119 

Crops of the world 137^ 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago 2, 3, 4 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by crops 26 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 16 

" In store and by sample, range of prices for, at Chicago 17 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 18, 19 

" Inspection of, at Chicago 27, 31 

" In store in Chicago, weekly, for two years 20, 2l 

" Weekly receipts and shipments of, at Chicago 22, 23 

" Visible supply of, weekly, for two years in the United States 130-131 

" Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 52 

" Daily prices for spot of 56—79 

" Monthly range of prices of spot, for a series of years 84 

" Shipments of, from Chicago, by lake 95 

" On farm in the United States for a series of years 128 

Beef, exports of, from the United States 113 

" (Tierces and barrels) eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 53 

" Packages, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes 95 

" " receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 96, 97 

Packing at Chicago for a series of years 38 

" Products, weekly cash prices of, at Chicago 43 

Boaid of Trade, Membership of the Chicago 142-191 

" " " Officers and Members of, at its organization XIII 

" " " Executive Officers since its organization XIV 

Boston, Lake and rail freights for grain from Chicago to 98 

Breadstuffs, exports of, to Europe 112 

Broom-corn, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes 95 

" Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 53 

" Shipments of, from Chicago, by lake 95 



Bu(«whea?, crops of, in the United States, by states 120 

Bufralo, freights for grain from Chicago to 98, 99 

Bushel measure in various states 127 

Butter, exports of, from the United States 116 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 96, 97 






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OaLVES, receipts and shipments of, for a series of years 24, 25 

Canned Meats, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes 95 

" " Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 63 

Cargo, tonnage of vessels, at Chicago, for a series of years 9S 

Cars of grain inspected during 1918 30, 31 

" " " monthly, for a series of years 27 

Carlot Grain, largest receipts of, at Chicago, for a series of years 48 

Cash prices of mess pork at Chicago, bi-monthly, for nine years 40 

" " Of hog products at Chicago, monthly 44, 45 

" " Of prime steam lard at Chicago, bi-monthly, for nine years 41 

" " Of beef products at Chicago, weekly 43 

" " Monthly, of grain, provisions, grass and flaxseeds 92 

" " Of wheat, corn, oats and rye, for a series of years 81-84 

Cattle receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 35 

" Receipts and shipments of, for a series of years 24, 25 

" On farms in the United States 125 

" Range of prices for, at Chicago, monthly 42 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 38 

Cheese, exports of, from the United States 113 

" Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 53 

Chicago Grain Receipts and shipments, by crops 26 

" Flour and grain receipts for five years 116 

" Lake commerce of 103-1 10 

Vessel tonnage of 106-110 

" Capacity of elevators at 32, 33 

Cincinnati, pork pacKing in, for a series of years 39 

Clearances of vessels in the Chicago District 106, 107 

Clover Seed, weekly range of, cash prices of, in Chicago 91 

" " monthly receipts and shipments of 91 

Coal, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 96, 97 

" Receipts and shipments of, by lake 104 

Contract Wheat, Corn and Oats, ptockf^ of, in Chicago, monthly, for eight years 49 

" Pork and lard, stocks of, in Chicago, for ten years 50 

Corn, exports of, the United States 114-115-123 

" Exports of, to Europe, for a series of years 112 

Exports of, from the United States to various countries 115 

Crops of the United States 117 

Crops of the world 134 

On farms in the United States, for a series of years 128 

Harvest calendar 139 

Range of prices of, in Chicago for a series of years 81 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago 2, 3, 4 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by crops 26 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 10 

Range of spot prices of, weekly, in Chicago 11 

Range of prices of No. 2 (spot), in Chicago, monthly 12-92 

Current spot prices of, in Chicago, on the 1st and l6th of each month, for seven yrs. 15 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 18, 19 

Inspection of, in Chicago 27, SO 

In store in Chicago, weekly, for the past two years * 20, 21 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, weekly 22, 23 

Primary Receipts and Shipments of 54-55 

Contract, stocks of, in Chicago, monthly, for eight years 49 



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Corn, Visible supply of, ■weekly, for two years in the United States 130-131 

" Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 52 

" Visible supply of, monthly, for five years, in the United States 26 

" Daily prices for spot and future deliveries of 56-79 

" Freight charges for, from Chicago to New York, for a series of years 100 

" Exports of. from Chicago, by lake 108 

" Lake and rail freights for, from Chicago to eastern points 98 

" Freights for, by lake and Eire canal 99 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by lake 104-105 

Corn-meal, Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes 95 

Cotton Seed Oil, monthly range of prices of, in Chicago, for a series of years 85 

Crops, grain, of the United States 117-120 

Grain of the world 133-137 

Current prices of the leading speculative articles at Chicago 56-79 



Daily current prices for the leading speculative articles, at Chicago 56-79 

Deaths in the Board of Trade Membership in 1918 XXXIII 

Detroit flour and grain receipts for five years 116 

Duluth flour and grain receipts for five years 116 

Duties collected on cereals and farm products coming into the United States 115 



t ASTBOUND shipments of various commodities from Chicago, by rail 52-55 

Elevator warehouses, Chicago, the capacity and rates of storage 32, 33 

English wheat prices since the year 1 259 138 

Erie Canal, grain freights by 99 

Europe, exports of breadstufls to 112 

" Wheat crops of 134 

Executive Officers of the Board of Trade since its organization XIV 

Exports of breadstuffs to Europe 112 

" Of flour and grain to foreign countries 112 

" Of flour and grain from the United States 123 

" Of flour, wheat and corn from the United States and countries to which exported.. . 115 

" Of beef, hog products, cheese and butter 113 

" Of Flour and Grain from the United States, monthly for two years 114 

From Chicago, by lake 108 

" Value of, from Chicago, by lake, for five years 108 



P ARM animals in the United States 124, 125-126 

Farm reserves of Grain 128 

Flaxseed, rates for inspecting and weighing 28 

" Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 52 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 90 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 96-97 

" Shipments of, at Chicago, by lake 105 

" Crop of United States, by states 121 

Flour, exports of the United States 114-123 

" Exports of, to Europe 112 

" Exports of, to foreign countries 112-115 



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Flour, Exports of, from the United States to various countries 115 

" Receipts of, at principal western river and lake ports, for five years 116 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago 2, 3, 4 

" Manufactured in Chicago for the past ten years 4 

" Stock of, in Chicago, monthly, for eight years 4 

" Range of prices of, in Chicago, weekly 7 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 5 

" Receipts of, by crops, in Chicago 6 

" Current prices of, in Chicago, on the Ist and l6th of each month, for seven years . . 14 

" Manufactured and received in, and shipped from Chicago, for a series of years 18, 19 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, weekly 22, 23 

" Eastboimd shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 52 

" Rates at Chicago for inspecting 29 

" Exports of, from Chicago, by lake 108 

" Lake and rail freights for, from Chicago to Eastern points 98 

" Rail freights for, from Chicago to Eastern points 101 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by lake 104-105 

" Foreign countries, exports of flour and grain to, for a series of years 112 

Foreign Weights and Measvires 140-141 

Freights, for transportation of wheat and com from Chicago to New York, for a series of years lOO 

" Lake and rail, for grain, from Chicago to Eastern points 98 

" Grain, by lake and Erie canal 99 

" Rail, for flour and grain, from Chicago to Eastern points lOl 

Fresh meats, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 36 

Future delivery, highest and lowest prices for, for four years 89 



Grain, exports of, to foreign countries, for a series of years 112, 115 

" Export of, monthly, for two years 114 

" Shipments Eastbound from Chicago, by rail 52 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, monthly 4 

" Exports of the United States 123 

" Receipts of, at principal western river and lake ports, for the past five years 116 

Crops of the world 133-137 

On farms in the United States, for a series of years 128 

Crops of the United States 117-119 

The entire movement of, at Chicago 2, 3 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by crops 26 

" Inspection of, in Chicago 27, 30-31 

" In store at Chicago, weekly, for two years 20, 21 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, weekly 22, 23 

Visible supply of, in the United States, for two years 130-131 

"Visible supply of, in the United States, monthly, for six years 132 

Inspection and weighing, rates for 29 

" Freights by lake and Erie Canal 99 

Rail freights for, from Chicago to Eastern points 101 

Storage, capacity in Chicago 32, 33 

Storage, rates in Chicago in " Regular" elevators 32 

Grass Seeds, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 90, 91 

" Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail. 2 

Grass Seeds, Prices of, at Chicago, weekly 91 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 96, 97 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by lake 104, 105 

Great Britain, exports to, of flour, wheat and corn 112-116 

Grease, monthly range of prices of, at Chicago for a series of years 87 



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Harvest calendar 139 

Hay, prices of baled, in carload lots, at Chicago 9'* 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 94 

" Crops of the United States, by states 120 

Hides, Prices of, at Chicago, monthly 93 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 96, 97 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by lake 104, 105 

Highest and lowest prices for future delivery for four years 89 

" " Spot prices for Mess Pork and Lard 103 

" " Spot prices for the leading speculative articles monthly, for two years. ... 92 
" " Spot prices of wheat, corn, oats, rye and barley in Chicago, for a series of 

years 80-84 

Hog Products, daily current prices for 56-79 

" " Exported from the United States 113 

" " Receipts and shipments of, other than lard, at Chicago, by routes and by 

months 37 

" " Spot prices of, at Chicago, monthly 44, 45 

Hogs, number of, packed in the Mississippi Valley and Chicago, for a series of years 39 

" on farms in the United States 126 

" Number of, packed in the Mississippi Valley during the past six regular seasons 46, 47 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 34 

Receipts and shipments of, at the Union Stock Yards, for a series of years 24, 25 

" Range of prices of, monthly at Chicago 42 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 38 

Daily spot prices of, at Chicago 56-79 

'' Monthly range of prices of, for a series of years 102 

Hops, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes 96 

Horses on farms in the United States 124 

" Receipts and shipments of, for a series of years 24, 25 



ILLINOIS Hogs packed in, during the six past regular seasons 46, 47 

Indiana, hogs packed in, during the past six regular seasons 46, 47 

Indianapolis, pork packing in, for a series of years 39 

In Memorium XVII 

Inspection of grain at Chicago, by grades 30, 31 

" Of grain at Chicago monthly, for four years 27 

" Of grain and provisions, rates for the 28, 29 

Iowa, number of hogs packed in, during the past six regular seasons 46, 47 



|\ANSAS, number of hogs packed in, during the past six regular seasons 46, 47 

Kansas City, pork packing in, for a series of years 39 

" " Grain receipts for five years 116 

Kentucky, number of hogs packed in, during the past six regular seasons 46, 47 



Lake, Receipts and shipments of flour and grain by, at Chicago 2, 3-110 

Receipts and shipments of flour and wheat by, at Chicago 5-110 

" Receipts and shipments of corn and oats by, at Chicago 10-110 

Receipts and shipments of rye and barley by, at Chicago 16-110 

Receipts and shipments of hog products, other than lard by, at Chicago 37 

" Receipts and shipments of various commodities by, at Chicago 95 

■' Receipts and shipments by, from Chicago and South Chicago 110 

" Exports from Chicago by 108 

" Value of exports from Chicago by, for five years 108 

" And rail freights for grain to eastern points 98 

" Grain freights by, from Chicago 99, 100 

" Receipts and shipments at Chicago by 104 

" Shipments from Chicago, weekly 105 



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Lakes, opening of navigation on the, for a series of years 103 

Lard, contract stocks of, in Chicago, for the past ten years 50 

" Spot prices of, at Chicago, monthly 44 

Spot prices of, at Chicago, monthly 92 

" Prime steam, current prices of, at Chicago, bi-monthly, for nine years 41 

" Prime steam, stocks of, in store at Chicago, monthly, for a series of years oO, 51 

" Highest and lowest spot prices of, for a series of years 102 

" Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 53 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 36 

" Daily prices for spot and future deliveries of, at Chicago 56-79 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 96, 97 

Largest receipts of Grain at Chicago for one day, for a series of years 48 

Largest and smallest visible supply of grain each year, for a series of years 129 

Legal weight per bushel of Grain and Seeds in various states 127 

Livestock on farms in the United States I2i, 125, 126 

Livestock received and shipped at the Union Stock Yards 24, 25 

Lovusville, porK packing in, for a series of years 39 

Lowest and highest prices for future delivery for four years 89 

" " " Spot prices for Mess Pork and Lard 102 

" " •' Spot prices for the leading speculative articles 92 

" '■ " Spot prices for wheat, corn, oats, rye and barley in Chicago for a series of 

years 80-84 

Lumber, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 96, 97 



103 



IVI ACKIN AC, opening of navigation at the Straits of, for a series of years 

Malt, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes 95 

" Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 53 

Meats (cured), eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 53 

" (fresh), eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 53 

Members of the Board of Trade who died in 1918 XXXIII 

Memberships- of the Chicago Board of Trade 143-191 

Mess pork, spot prices of, in Chicago, bi-monthly, for nine years 40 

" " "Contract" stock of, in Chicago, for ten years 50 

" " Range of, spot prices for 92 

Michigan, number of hogs packed in, during the past six regular seasons 40, 47 

Milch Cows on farms in the United States 125 

Millstuffs, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes 95 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by lake 104, 105 

" Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 53 

Milwaukee, pork packing in, for a series of years 39 

" Flour and grain receipts for five years 116 

Minneapolis flour and grain receipts for five years 116 

Minnesota, number of hogs packed in, during the past six regular seasons 40, 47 

Mississippi Valley, number of hogs packed in the, during the past six regular seasons 46, 47 

Missouri, number of hogs packed in, during the past six regular seasons 46, 47 

Monthly exports of flour and grain from the United States for two years - 114 

Monthly receipts and shipments of flour and grain in Chicago 4 

Movement of flour and grain in Chicago 2, 3 

" " " grain and various commodities, eastbound from Chicago, by rail 52, 53 

Mules on farms in the United States 124 



nl AVIGATION, opening of, at the Straits of Mackinac, for a series of years 103 

Nebraska, number of hogs packed in, during the past six regular seasons 52, 53 

New York, lake and rail freights for grain from Chicago to 98 

" Lake and canal freights for grain from Chicago to 99 

Number of farm animals in the United States 124, 125, 126 



VIII 

Oatmeal, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes 95 

Oats, crops of the United States 118 

Exports of the United States 114-123 

On farms in the United States, for a series of years 128 

Crops of the world 136 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago 2, 3, 4 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by crops 26 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months lO 

Range of spot prices of, in Chicago 11, 83, 92 

Range of spot prices of, in Chicago, monthly 13, 82, 92 

Current prices of, in Chicago, on the 1st and l6th of each month, for seven years. . . 15 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 18, 19 

Inspection of, at Chicago 27, 31 

In store, in Chicago, weekly, for two years 20, 21 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, weekly 22, 23 

Primary receipts and shipments of 54, 55 

Visible supply of, weekly, for two years, in the United States 130, 131 

Visible supply of, monthly, for six years, in the United States 132 

Contract stocks of, in Chicago, monthly, for eight years 49 

Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 52 

Daily prices for spot and future deliveries of, at Chicago 56-79 

Exports of, from Chicago, by lake 108 

" Shipments of, from Chicago, by lake 110, 111 

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

" Executive, of the Board of Trade since its organization XIV 

" Directors, and Committees of the Board of Trade for 1917 and 1918 XV, XVI 

Ohio, number of hogs packed in, during the past six regular seasons 46, 47 

Oil cake, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes 95 

" Exports of, from Chicago, by lake 98 

" Shipments of, at Chicago, by lake 104, 105 

" Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 53 

Oleo-Stearine, monthly range of prices of, at Chicago, for a series of years 85 

Omaha, pork packing in, for a series of years 39 

" Grain receipts for five years 116 



Peoria, flour and grain receipts for five years 116 

Philadelphia, lake and rail freights for grain from Chicago to 98 

Pork, packing in the Mississippi Valley and Chicago, for a series of years 46, 47 

" Packing in the Mississippi Valley for the past six regular seasons 46, 47 

" Packing in the principal western cities, for a series of years 39 

" Contract stocks of, in Chicago, for the past ten years 50 

" Mess, spot prices of, at Chicago, bi-monthly, for nine years 40 

" Mess, highest and lowest spot prices of, for two years 92 

" Highest and lowest spot prices of, for a series of years 102 

" Mess, stocks of, in store in Chicago, monthly, for five years 51 

" Packing at Chicago, for a series of years 39 

" Bbls., eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 53 

" Daily prices for spot and future deliveries of, at Chicago 56-79 

" Exports of, from Chicago, by lake 108 

" Shipments of, from Chicago, by lake 104, 105 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 96, 97 

Potatoes, crops of the United States, by states 122 

Price of flour, at Chicago, weekly 7 

" Of wheat in store, at Chicago, weekly 8 

" Of wheat, at Chicago, monthly, for a series of years 9 

" Of corn and oats, at Chicago, weekly 11 

Of corn, at Chicago, monthly, for a series of years 13 

■" Of cotton seed oil, tallow grease and stearine, at Chicago 85-88 



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Price of oats, at Chicago, monthly, for a series of years 13 

" Of rye and barley, at Chicago, weekly 17 

" Of cattle, hogs and sheep, at Chicago, monthly 42 

" Of beef products, at Chicago, weekly 43 

" Of the leading speculative articles, at Chicago, daily 56-79 

" Of seeds, at Chicago, weekly 91 

Of hides, at Chicago 93 

Of hay, at Chicago 94 

" Of wheat in England, since the year 1259 138 

Prices, highest and lowest, for future delivery for four years 89 

" Of farm animals in the United States 124, 125, 126 

Primary Receipts and Shipments of wheat, corn and oats weekly 54, 55 

Production of winter and spring wheat in the United States, for a series of years 128 

Provisions, daily current price of, at Chicago 56-79 

" Rates for inspecing and weighing, at Chicago 29 

Stocks of, in Chicago 50, 51 

" Stocks of contract, in Chicago for five years 50 



Rail freights for flour and grain, from Chicago to eastern points lOl 

" Shipments, eastbound, from Chicago, weekly 52, 53 

Railroads, receipts and shipments of flomr and grain by, at Chicago 2, 3 

" Receipts and shipments of flour and wheat by, at Chicago 5 

" Receipts and shipments of corn and oats by, at Chicago 10 

" Receipts and shipments of rye and barley by, at Chicago 16 

" Receipts and shipments of hog products other than lard by, in Chicago 37 

" Receipts and shipments of lard and fresh meats by, at Chicago 36 

" Receipts and shipments of seeds by, at Chicago 90, 91 

Range of prices for flour, in Chicago, weekly 7 

" " For wheat in store, in Chicago, weekly 8 

" " For Contract wheat, at Chicago, monthly, for a series of years 9 

" " For corn and oats, in Chicago, weekly 11 

" " For No. 2 and Standard oats,^ at Chicago, monthly, for a series of years 13 

" " For No. 2 corn, in Chicago, monthly, for a series of years 12 

" " For rye and barley, in store and by sample, in Chicago, weekly 17 

" " For cattle, hogs and sheep, at Chicago, monthly 42 

" " For spot wheat, corn, oats, rye and barley for a series of years 80-84 

" For seeds, at Chicago, weekly 91 

" " For hides, at Chicago. 93 

" " For hay, at Chicago 94 

" " For live hogs, monthly 102 

" " For cotton seed oil, tallow and grease at Chicago, for a series of years 85-88 

Rates for inspecting and weighing grain, provisions, etc 29 

" For storage of grain in Chicago elevators 32 

Receipts and shipments of flour and grain, at principal river and lake ports 116 

Receipts and shipments of grain, at Chicago, by crops 26 

" Of flour and wheat, at Chicago, by routes and by months 5 

" Of flour and wheat, in Chicago, by crops 6-26 

" Of corn and oats, at Chicago, by routes and by months 10 

" Of rye and barley, at Chicago, by routes and by months 16 

" Of flour and grain, in Chicago, for a sieries of years IS 

" Of flour and grain, in Chicago, weekly 22 

" Of flour and grain in Chicago, monthly 4 

" Of wheat, corn and oats, largest days of 48 

" Car lot grain at Chicago, monthly for six years 27 

" Of hogs, at Chicago, by routes and by months 34 

" And shipments of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards for a series of years 24, 25 

" Of hog products, other than lard, at Chicago, by routes and by months 37 



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Receipts of cattle and sheep, at Chicago, by routes and by month? 35 

" Of lard and fresh meats, at Chicago, by routes and by months 36 

" Of hogs and cattle, at Chicago, for a series of years 24, 25, 38 

" Of seeds, at Chicago, by routes and by months 9C, 91 

" And shipments of wheat, corn and otas at primary points 54, 55 

" Of hay, at Chicago, by routes and by months 94 

" Of various commodities, at Chicago 95 

" Of various commodities, at Chicago, for a series of years 96 

" At Chicago and South Chicago, by lake 104-110 

Record yearly receipts at Chicago, for a series of years 48 

Report of the President for the year 1918 XIX, XX 

Report of the Board of Directors for the year l9l8 XXI, XXXII 

" " " " Trade Treasurer XX 

Rules, By-Laws and Regulations of the Board of Trade Appendix 

Rye, exports of the United States 114-123 

" Exports of, to Europe, for a series of years 112 

" Crops of the United States, by states 119 

" Crops of the world 136 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago 2, 3, 4 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by crops 26 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 16 

" By sample, range of prices of, in Chicago, weekly 17 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 18, 19 

'■ Inspection of, in Chicago 27, 31 

" In store, in Chicago, weekly, for two years 20, 21 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, weekly 22, 23 

" Visible supply of, weekly, for two years, in the United States 130, 131 

" Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 52 

" Daily prices for spot and future deliveries of, at Chicago 56—79 

" Range of spot prices for, monthly 83, 92 



Salt, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes 95 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 96, 97 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by lake 104 

Seeds, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 90, 91 

" Prices of, at Chicago, weekly 91 

Sheep, receipts and shipnients of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 35 

" Receipts and shipments of, for a series of years 24, 25 

" On farms in the United States 126 

" Range of prices of, at Chicago, monthly 42 

Shingles, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 96, 97 

" Receipts of, at Chicago, by lake 104 

Shipments of flour and grain, eastbound, from Chicago, by rail 52 

" Of flour and wheat from Chicago, by routes and by months 3 

" Of grain from Chicago, by crops 26 

" Of corn and oats from Chicago, by routes and by months 10 

" Of rye and barley from Chicago, by routes and by months 16 

" Of flour and grain from Chicago, for a series of years 19 

■" Of flour and grain from Chicago, weekly 23 

" Of hogs from Chicago, by routes and by months 34 

" Of hog products other than lard, from Chicago, by routes and by months 37 

" Of cattle and sheep from Chicago, by routes and by months 35 

■" Of lard and fresh meats from Chicago, by routes and by months 36 

" Of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards for a series of years 25 

^" Of hogs and cattle from Chicago, for a series of years 25-38 

" Of seeds from Chicago, by routes and by months 90, 91 

" Of hay from Chicago, by routes and by months 94 

* Of various commodities from Chicago 95 

'" Of various commodities from Chicago, for a series of years 97 



fm^i^'^'' 



XI 

PAGE 

Shipments of various commodities eastbound from Chicago, by rail 52, 53 

" From Chicago and South Chicago, by lake 104, 110 

" By lake, from Chicago. 105 

Short-rib sides, daily prices for spot and future deliveries of, at Chicago 56-79 

" " Monthly spot prices of, at Chicago 92 

" " Stock of, in Chicago, for the past eight years 50 

South Chicago, receipts and shipments at, by lake 110 

Speculative articles, daily current prices of, at Chicago 56-79 

Spot prices of mess pork, at Chicago, bi-monthly, for nine years 40 

" "Of hog products, at Chicago, monthly 44, 45 

" " Of prime steam lard, at Chicago, bi-monthly, for nine years 41 

" " Of beef products, at Chicago, weekly 43 

" " Of grain, provisions, grass and flaxseed, at Chicago, monthly 92 

" " Of wheat, at Chicago, weekly 8 

" " Of wheat, at Chicago, monthly, for a series of years 9 

" " Of corn, at Chicago, weekly 11 

■" " Of corn, at Chicago, for a series of years 12 

" " Of oats, at Chicago, for a series of years 13 

" " Of flour, spring wheat, corn and oats, at Chicago, bi-monthly, for seven years.. 14, 15 

" " Of rye and barley, at Chicago, weekly 17 

" " Of wheat, corn, oats, rye and barley, for a series of years 80-84 

Steal ine, monthly range of prices for, at Chicago, for a series of years 88 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes 95 

.Stocks of short-rib sides in Chicago, for the past eight years 50 

" Of contract pork and lard, in Chicago, for the past ten years 50 

Of flour in Chicago, monthly, for eight years 4 

Of grain in store at Chicago, weekly, for the past two years 20, 21 

Of contract wheat, corn and oats in store at Chicago, monthly, for eight years 49 

Of provisions in Chicago 50, 51 

Of mess pork in store at Chicago, monthly, for five years 61 

Of prime steam lard in store at Chicago, monthly for five years 51 

'St. Louis, pork packing in, for a series of years 39 

" Flour and grain receipts for five years 116 

Storage capacity of Chicago elevators 32, 33 

Storage rates for grain in " Regular" elevators in Chicago 32 



Tallow, spot prices of, at Chicago, weekly 43 

" Monthly range of prices for, at Chicago, for a series of years 85, 86 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes 99 

Tariff duties of the United States 115 

Tennessee, number of hogs packed in, during the past six regular seasons 46, 47 

Texas, number of hogs packed in, during the past six regular seasons 46, 47 

Timothy, clover and other grass seeds, receipts and shipments of 90, 91 

Timothy seed, weekly range of spot prices of, in Chicago 91 

Tobacco crop of United States, by states 121 

Toledo grain receipts for five years 116 

Tonnage of vessels arriving and clearing in the Chicago district 106, 107 

" Of vessels arriving and clearing at Chicago and South Chicago 108, 110 

" Of vessels and cargos arriving and clearing at Chicago, for a series of years 108 

Transportation of wheat and corn from Chicago to New York, freight charges for the, for a 

series of years " 100 

Treasurer, Report of the XXII 

Union stock yards. Receipts and shipments at ' 24, 25 

United States, exports of beef, hog products, cheese and butter from the 113 

Cropts of the 117-122 

" Grain exports of, by years 123 

" Flour, wheat and corn exports of the, showing countries to which exported ... . 115 

" Tariff duties of the 115 

Visible supply of grain in the 130, 131, 132 



.:ty-^:P-\--s....-^-lt-.':'.'^^S:Ai..i 



XII 

PAGE 

VALUE of various crops of the United States, by states 117-122 

" Of live stock on farms in United States 124, 125, 126 

Vessels, arrivals and clearances of, in the Chicago District 106, 107 

•' Arrivals and clearances of, at Chicago, for a series of years 108 

" Cargo, tonnage in Chicago, for a series of years 108 

" Lost during the year, belonging to the district of Chicago 109 

Visible supply of grain in the United States for two years 130, 131 

Visible supply of grain in the United States monthly, for six years 132 

Visible supply of grain, largest and smallest, for a series of years 129 



lAf AREHOUSES, for grain and flaxseed in Chicago, and capacity of 32, 33 

Weekly shipments, eastbound from Chicago, by rail 52, 5S 

" By lake, from Chicago 105 

Weight per bushel of grain and seeds in various states 127 

Weights and Measures 140, 141 

Weighing grain, provisions, etc., rates for, in Chicago 28, 29 

Wheat exports of the United States 114, 115-12a 

Crops of the world 133 

Harvest calendar 139 

" English prices of, since the year 1259 13S 

Exports to Europe, for a series of years 112 

" Exports of, from the United States to various countries 115 

Crops of the United States 117, 118 

(Winter and spring), acreage and production of, for a series of years 128 

(Winter and spring), crops of the United States, by states 117, 118 

" On farms in the United States, for a series of years 128 

Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago 2, 3, 4 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by routes and by months 5 

" By sample at Chicago, range of prices for 8 

Harvest calendar 139 

" Receipts of, by crops, at Chicago 6-26 

" Current spot prices of, at Chicago, on the 1st and l6th of each month, for seven years 14 

" Range of spot prices for, monthly 92 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 18, 19 

" Primary receipts and shipments of 54-55 

Inspection of, at Chicago 27, 30 

" In store, at Chicago, weekly, for two years 20, 21 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, weekly 22, 23 

Visible supply of, weekly, for two years, in the United States 130, 131 

" Visible supply of, monthly, for six years, in the United States 132 

Contract, stocks of, in Chicago, monthly, for eight years 49 

" Eastbound shipments of, from Chicago, by rail 52 

Daily prices for spot and future deliveries of, at Chicago 56, 79 

" Freights for the transportation of, from Chicago to New York, for a series of years. 100 

Export of, from Chicago, by lake 108 

Lake and rail freight rates for, from Chicago to eastern points 98 

Freights for, by lake and Erie canal 99 

" Shipments of, from Chicago, by lake 104, 105, 110 

" Range of spot prices for, in Chicago, for a series of years 80 

Wisconsin, number of hogs packed in, during the past six regular seasons 46, 47 

Wool, receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, for a series of years 96, 97 

" Receipts and shipments of, at Chicago, by lake ^ 104, 105 

Worlds grain crops 133, 137 

" Harvest calendar 139 



XIII 

OFFICERS AND MEMBERS 

or THB 

Board of Trade at Its Organization, 

APRIL, 1848. 



THOMAS DYER, President. 
VICE-PRESIDENTS : 

John P. Ghapin. Charles Walker. 



gxjrdon s. hubbakd, 
Elisha S. Wadsworth, 
Thomas Richmond, 
John Rogers, 
Horatio Gt- Loomis, 
George F. Foster, 
Richard C Bristol, 
JOELN H. Dunham, 



directors: 

Thomas Dyer, 
George A Gibbs, 
John H. Kinzib, 
Cyrenus Beers, 
Walter S. Gurney, 
JosiAH H Reed, 
Edward K. Rogers, 
Isaac H. Burch, 



Augustus H. Burley, 
John S. Read, 
William B. Ogden, 
Orrington Lunt, 
Thomas Hale, 
Edward H. Hadduck 
Isaac V. Jermain, 
Laurin p. Hilliabd. 



W. L. Whiting, Secretary. 



Isaac H. Burch, Treasurer. 



Beals, Joseph R. 
Beers, Cyrenus 
Blaikie, Andrew 
Brand, Alexander 
Bristol, Richard C 
Brown, S. Lockwood 
Burch, Isaac H. 
Burley, Augustus H. 
Carpenter, James H. 
Carter, Thomas B. 
Case, J. R. 
Chapin, John P. 
Clarke, W. H. 
Cobb. Zenas, Jr. 
DeWolf, a. V. G. 
DeWolf, William F. 
Dodge, John C 
Drew, George C. 
Dunham. John H. 
Dyer, Thomas 
Foster, George F. 
Foster, Jabez H. 
Gage, J a red 
Germain, Isaac V. 
Gibbs, 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. John, Jr. 
Hilliard, L. p. 
hotchkiss. j. p. 
Hubbard, Gurdon S. 
Humphrey, D. 
King, John, Jr. 
KiNziE, John H. 
Laflin, Matthew 
Loomis, H. G- 
Lunt, Orrington 
Marsh, John L. 
Marsh, Sylvester 
Morgan, T. 8. 
Neelv, Albert 
Ogden, Wm B. 
Pardee, Theron 
Parker, Thos. L. 
Payson, H. R. 
Pearson, John 
Peck, James 
Raymond, B. W. 
Read, John S. 



Reed, Josiah H. 
Richmond Allen 
Richmond, Thomas 
Robb, 6 A. 
Rochester, Jas. H. 
Rogers, E. K. 
Rogers, John 
Rumsey, Julian S. 
Russell, J. B. F. 
Ryerson, Joseph T. 
Sherman. O. 
Shoemaker, Jno. W 
Smith, George 
Smith, J. A . 
Stearns, M. C 
Steel, George 
Stockbridge, F. B. 
Thompson, Thomas 
Throop. Amos G. 
Wadsworth, E. S. 
Walker. Almond 
Walker, Charles 
Walter, Joel C 
Whitcomb, T. 
Whitney, W L. 
Winn, James 
WiNSLOW, H. J. 



XIV 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS OF THE 

BOARD OF TRADE 



SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION. 



Presidents. 



1848 THOMAS DYER. 

1849 THOMAS DYER. 

1850 CHARLES WALKER. 

1851 CHARLES WALKER. 

1852 GEORGE STEEL. 

1853 THOMAS HALE. 

1854 GEORGE A. GIBBS. 
1865 HIRAM WHEELER. 

1856 CHARLES II. WALKER. 

1857 CHARLES H. WALKER. 

1858 JULIAN S. KUMSEY. 

1859 JULIAN S. RUMSEY. 

1860 IRA Y. MUNN. 

1861 STEPHEN CLARY. 

1862 CALVIN T. WHEELER. 

1863 JOHN L. HANCOCK. 

1864 JOHN L. HANCOCK. 

1865 CHARLES RANDOLPH. 

1866 JOHN C, DORE. 

1867 WILEY M. EGAN. 

1868 ENOS V. BOBBINS. 

1869 JESSE M. RICHARDS. 

1870 SAMUEL H, McCREA. 

1871 JOSIAH W. PRESTON. 
1ST2 JOSIAH W. PRESTON. 

1873 CHARLES E. CULVER. 

1874 GEORGE M. HOW. 

1875 GEORGE ARMOUR. 

1876 JOHN B. BENSLEY. 

1877 DAVID H. LINCOLN. 

1878 NATH'L K. FAIBBANK. 

1879 ASA DOW. 

1880 JOHN H. DWIGHT. 

1881 HENRY W. ROGERS, Jr. 

1882 RANSOM W. DUNHAM. 

1883 JAMES B. HOBBS. 

1884 E. NELSON BLAKE. 

1885 E. NELSON BLAKE. 

1886 A. M. WRIGHT. 

1887 A. M. WRIGHT. 

1888 C. L. HUTCHINSON. 

1889 WILLIAM S. SEAVERNS. 

1890 WILLIAM T. BAKER. 

1891 WILLIAM T. BAKER. 
1893 CHARLES D. HAMILL. 

1893 CHARLES D. HAMILL. 

1894 CHARLES L. BAYMOND. 

1895 WILLIAM T. BAKER. 

1896 WILLIAM T. BAKER. 

1897 WILLIAM T. BAKER. 

1898 ZINA R. CARTER. 

1899 RICHARD S. LYON. 

1900 WILLIAM S. WARREN. 

1901 WILLIAM S. WARREN. 
1903 WILLIAM S. WARREN. 

1903 REUBEN G. CHANDLER. 

1904 WILLIAM S. JACKSON. 

1905 WILLIAM S. JACKSON. 

1906 WALTER FITCH. 

1907 HIBAM N. SAGEB. 

1908 HIBAM N. SAGEB. 

1909 .JOHN A. BUNNELL, 

1910 A. STAMFOBD WHITE, 
Ifill JOHN C. F. MERRILL. 

1912 FRANK M. BUNCH. 

1913 EDWARD ANDREW. 

1914 CALEB H. CANBY. 

1915 CALEB H. CANBY. 

1916 JOSEPH P. GRIFFIN 

1917 JOSEPH P. GRIFFIN 

1918 A. STAMFOBD WHITE 

1919 LESLIE F. GATES. 



First Vice-Presidents. 

CHAELES WALKEB. 

CHARLES WALKER. 

JOHN P. OHAPIN. 

JOHN P. CHAPIN. 

THOMAS HALE. 

CHARLES H. WALKEB. 

WM. D. HOUGHTELING. 

SAMUEL B. POMEBOY. 

GEOEGE C. MARTIN. 

GEORGE W. NOBLE. 

THOMAS H. BEEBE. 

THOMAS H. BEEBE. 

ELI BATES. 

CLINTON BEIGGS. 

W. H. LOW. 

NATH'L K. PAIRBANK. 

THOMAS PAKKEB. 

THOMPSON MAPLE. 

PHIN'S L. UNDEEWOOD. 

LYMAN BLAIR. 

ELIJAH K. BBUCE. 

SAMUEL H. MCCBEA. 

BENJ. F. MUBPHEY. 

CHAELES E. CULVER. 

CHARLES E. CULVER. 

WILLIAM N. BKAINARD. 

HOWAED PEIESTIiEY. 

JOHN R. BENSLEY. 

DAVID H. LINCOLN. 

JOSIAH STILES. 

WILLIAM DICKINSON. 

JOHN H. DWIGHT. 

HENEY W. EOGERS, Jr. 

BANSOM W. DUNHAM. 

WILLIAM E. MCHENEY, 

J. HENRY FRENCH. 

CHAS. L. HUTCHINSON. 

GEORGE T. SMITH. 

JAMES H. MILNE. 

GEORGE D. RUMSEY. 

WILLIAM S. SEAVERNS. 

GEO. G. PARKER. 

B. W. BAILEY. 

J. G. STEEVRE. 

J. T. EAWLEIGH. 

R. G. CHANDLEE. 

MILTON C. LIGHTNBE. 

JOHN M. PISKE. 

EICHAED S. LYON. 

ZINA B. CARTER. 

RICHARD S. LYON. 

HENRY O.PARKER. 
JAMES NICOL. 
WILLIAM N. ECKHAEDT. 
EDWAED S. ADAMS. 
WILLIAM L. GEEGSON. 
GEOEGE S. McEEYNOLDS. 
WALTEE FITCH. 
JOHN H. JONES. 
JAMES C. EOGERS. 
JOHN A. BUNNELL. 
JAMES BEADLEY, 
J. C. F. MERRILL. 
PRANK M. BUNCH. 
EDWAED ANDREW. 
FRANK B. EICE. 
ALBERT E. CROSS. 
JOSEPH P. GEIFF N. 
JOSEPH SIMONS 
JOHN R. MAUFP 
.TAMES A. PATTEN 
HIRAM N.SAGER. 



Second Vice-Presidents. 

JOHN P. CHAPIN. 

JOHN P. CHAPIN. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

STEPHEN CLAEY. 

JOHN V. FARWELL. 

EBENEZER G. WOLCOTT. 

JOHN L. HANCOCK. 

CHARLES RANDOLPH. 

CHARLES J. GILBERT. 

JOHN C. DORE. 

ELBAZUR W. DENSMORE 

CALVIN B. GOODYEAE. 

JIBAH D. COLE, Jb. 

HENEY A. TOWNEB. 

PHILIP W. DATEE. 

WILLIAM N. BEAINARD 

WILLIAM N. BEAINAED 

HOWAED PETESTLEY. 

JOHN E. BENSLEY. 

DAVID H. LINCOLN. 

JOSIAH STILES. 

WILLIAM DICKINSON. 

JOHN H. DWIGHT. 

HENEY W. EOGERS, Jb. 

RANSOM W. DUNHAM. 

WILLIAM E. McHENRY. 

J. HENRY FRENCH. 

CHAS. L. HUTCHINSON. 

GEO. T. SMITH. 

JAMES H. MILNE. 

GEORGE D. RUMSEY. 

WILLIAM S. SEAVEENS. 

GEORGE G. PAEKEE. 

E. W. BAILEY. 

J. G. STEEVEE. 

J. T. RAWLEIGH. 

R. G. CHANDLER. 

MILTON C. LIGHTNEE. 

JOHN M. FISKB. 

RICHARD S. LYON. 

ZINA R. CARTER. 

RICHARD S. LYON. 
HENRY O. PARKER. 
JAMES NICOL. 
WILLIAM N. ECKHARDT 
EDWAED S. ADAMS. 

WILLIAM L. GEEGSON. 

H. M. S. MONTGOMERY. 
WALTER FITCH. 
JOHN H. .TONES. 
JAMES C. EOGERS. 
JOHN A. BUNNELL. 
JAMES BRADLEY. 
J. O. F. MEBEILL. 

FRANK M. BUNCH. 
EDWARD ANDEEW. 
PBANK B. BICE. 
ALBEET E. CROPS. 
JOSEPH P. GBIFPIN 
JOSEPH SIMONS. 
.JOHN B. MAUFP 
JOHN J. STREAM 
HIRAM N. SAGEB 
CHARLES H. SULLIVAN. 



SecretnriCK : 
1H4S W. L. Whiting. 

1849 to 1851. inclusive, and part of 1552. John C. Dodgk. 
1852, part of official year. James E. Dalliba. 

1853 Laueen p. Hilliard. 

1854 James E. Daluba. 

18.55 to 1858, inclusive. W. W. Mitchkll. 

1859 to 1861, Inclusive, and part of 1862. Seth Catlin. 

1862 to 1868 inclusive, except early part of 1862. John F. Bkatt, 

1869 Chables BANDOiiPH to March 1, 18S4. 

1884 Geoegb P. Stone from July to June 21, 191S. 

1912 J. C. F. Mebbill from Aujrust 1, to Augvist 31, 1917. 

1917 John R. Mauff, from December 1. 



XV 



OFFICERS 

OF THE 

BOARD OF TRADE OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO 

FOH 19 18 



JAMES A. PATTEN, 1st Vice-President 



A. STAMFORD WHITE. President 



HIRAM N. SAGER, 2nd Vice-President 



dikectors 
Term Expiring 1920 
WINFIELD S. DAY 
JAMES J. FONES 
WILLIAM E. HUDSON 
HERBERT J. BLUM 
WILLIAM H. COLVIN 
MAUFF, Secretary 

SAMUEL POWELL, Clearing House 
WALTER S. BLOWNEY, Assistant Secretary 



Tebh Expiring 1919 
GEORGE E. MARCY 
THEO. E. CUNNINGHAM 
LOUIS C. BROSSEAU 
WILLSON H. PERRINE 
JOHN JOSEPH BAGLEY 
JOHN R " ■ 



Term Expiring 1921 
EMANL^L F. ROSENBAUM 
JOHN A. BUNNELL 
EDWARD ANDREW 
GEORGE WILLARD HALES 
ADOLPH KEMPNER 

ERNEST A. HAMILL, Secretary 
Manager 

HENRY R. ROBBINS, Counsel 



EXECUTn'E 

ON FINANCE 

ON REAL ESTATE.. 

ON RULES 

ON LEGAL ADVICE. 

ON ROOMS 

ON MEMBERSHIP... 
ON WAREHOUSE.... 



ON GRAIN. 



D. 
G. 



ON CLEARING HOUSE 

ON MARKET REPORTS 

ON VIOLATION OF RULES.. 



ON TRANSPORTATION. 



ON WEIGHING AND CUSTODIAN.. 
ON CLAIMS 



ON PROVISION INSPECTION 

ON FLOUR INSPECTION 

ON FLAXSEED INSPECTION. 



ON OTHER INSPECTION 

ON ARBITRATION ON GRASS AND 
FIELD SEEDS 

ON INSOLVENCIES 

ON MEMBERS' RATES 

ON TO ARRIVE GRAIN 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD OP DIRECTORS 

Messrs. PATTEN, CUNNINGHAM AND MARCY 

" MARCY, KEMPNER AND HUDSON 

" BROSSEAU, DAY AND COLMN 

" ANDREW, FONES AND PERRINE 

" BUNNELL, COLVIN AND SAGER 

" BLUM, DAY AND PERRINE 

" KEMPNER, HALES AND CUNNINGHAM 

" PERRINE. CUNNINGHAM AND ROSENBAUM 

fADOLPH GERSTENBERG. HUDSON. SAGER, E. 
" ■{ McDOUGAL, F. B. RICE, R. A. SCHUSTER AND F. 

( WINTER 

" BAGLEY, CUNNINGHAM AND BROSSEAU 

" ANDREW, PERRINE AND BUNNELL 

„ < FONES, HUDSON. BROSSEAU, KEMPNER. PERRiNE , 
? BAGLEY AND DAY 

(ROSENBAUM, HUDSON, MARCY, HALES, SAGER. JAS. 
" ^ NORRIS, E. A. DOERN, R. A. SCHUSTER, F. B. RICE, A. L. 

I SOLMERS AND W. S DILLON 

PERRINE, FONES AND ANDREW 

CUNNINGHAM, BLUM AND DAY 

(BUNNELL, JOHN TREDWELL, FRANK CLIFTON, W. B. 

1 LANE AND L. HARRY FREEMAN 

( FRANK B. RICE, B. A. ECKHART, E. D. SHUMWAY AND 

i V. J. PETERSEN 
HUDSON, FONES AND KEMPNER 
HUDSON, BROSSEAU AND HALES 

( KEMPNER, C. A. HEATH, F. E. WIN.ANS, E. A. DOREN, 

' A. L. SOMERS, T. M. HUNTER. J. E. BRENNAN AND 



RICHARD WILLIAMS 

CUNNINGHAM, KEMPNER AND DAY 

DAY, BLUM AND COLVIN 

, F. J. DELANY, ROSENBAUM. MARCY. LOWELL HOIT AND 
' W. N.ECKHARDT 



SPBCUL COMMITTEES 

( BUNNELL. L. F. GATES. S. P. ARNOT, W. B. REQUA, LOWELL 
ON PROMOTION Messrs. ■{ HOIT, A. J. WHITE. E. L. GLASER. F. G. COE, J. E. BENNETT 

1. AND C. S. WINSLOW 
ON CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF COM- " /MARCY, W. L. GREGSON. ROBT. McDOUGAL AND D. A. 
MERGE 1 NOYES 



INSPECTORS 

INSPECTOR AND REGISTRAR OF PROVISIONS HARRY BOORE 

INSPECTOR OF FLOUR JOHN T. CANVIN 

CHIEF GRAIN SAMPLER HENRY ULRICH 

INSPECTOR AND REGISTRAR OF FLAXSEED HENRY ULRICH 

INSPECTOR OF HAY HENRY R. WHITESIDE 

WEIGHER OF PACKING HOUSE PRODUCTS HARRY BOORE 

WEIGHER OF OTHER COMMODITIES H. A. FOSS 

CUSTODIAN H. A. FOSS 



committee of arbitration 
Term Expiring 1919 
EARLE M. COMBS ROSS H. KIDSTON 

C. WALTER K. HVALE JOHN G. McCARTHY 
HAROLD C. GIFFORD 



Term Expiring 1920 
JOHN ANDREW LOW WESLEY McCLEAN 
WM. H. AXTATER HAROLD ZEISS 

JAS. A. FITZSIMMONS 



committee of appeals 
Term Expiring 1919 
DOUGLAS I. VAN NESS FRED D. STEVERS 
CLINTON S. BEACH KENNETH P. EDWARDS 
EDWARD F. CHAPIN 



Term Expiring 1920 
EDWARD H. BINGHAM FREDERICK G. WINTER 
JOSEPH F. LAMY HARRY S. CARROLL 

A. DUNCAN PACAUD 



XVI 
OFFICERS 

or THK 

BOARD OF TRADE OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO 

FOR 1919 



HIRAM N. SAGER, 1st Viee-Prraident 



LESLIE F. GATES, President 

CHARLES H. SULLIVAN, 2nd Vice-President 



Term Expikinq 1920 
WINFIELD S. DAY 
JAMES J. FONES 
WILLIAM E. HUDSON 
HERBERT J. BLUM 
WILLIAM H. COLVIN 



directors 
Term Expiring 1921 
EMANUEL F. ROSENBAUM 
JOHN A BUNNELL 
EDWARD ANDREW 
GEORGE WILLARD HALES 
ADOLPH KEMPNER 



Term Expiring 1922 
LOUIS C. BROSSEAU 
J. J. BAGLEY 
JAMES W. McCULLOH 
JOSEPH H. LAMY 
WILLIAM fl. LAKE 
ERNEST A. HAMILL, Treasurer JOHN R. MAUFF, Secretary 

SAMUEL POWELL, Clearing House Manager 
WALTER S. BLOWNEY, Assistant Secretary HENRY R. ROBBINS, Counsel 



STANDING COMMITTEES OP THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

EXECUTIVE Messrs 

ON FINANCE 

ON REAL ESTATE 

ON LEGAL ADVICE AND RULES 

ON ROOMS 

ON MEMBERSHIP 

ON WAREHOUSE 

ON GRAIN 

ON CLEARING HOUSE 

ON MARKET REPORT 

ON VIOLATION OF RULES 

ON TRANSPORTATION 

ON WEIGHING AND CUSTODIAN 

ON CLAIMS AND INSOLVENCIES 

ON PROVISION INSPECTION 

ON PROMOTION 

ON FLAXSEED AND OTHER INSPEC- 
TION 

ON FLOUR INSPECTION 

ON TO ARRIVE GRAIN 

ON ARBITRATION ON GRASS AND 

FIELD SEEDS 



. SAGER, BUNNELL, BAGLEY, SULLIVAN AND McCULLOH 

BROSSEAU, ROSENBAUM AND BLUM 

DAY, LAMY AND BROSSEAU 

KEMPNER, HALES AND LAKE 

LAKE, ANDREW AND DAY 

HUDSON, FONES AND LAKE 

SULLIVAN, HALES AND HUDSON 
(HALES, ADOLPH GERSTENBERG, F. G. WINTER, E. D. 
■{ McDOUGAL, R. A. SCHUSTER, W. H. PERRINE AND 
(. E. M. LARSON 

COLVIN, SAGER AND LAMY 

BAGLEY, BLUM AND KEMPNER 

FONES, BUNNELL, KEMPNER, ANDREW AND McCULLOH 
( ROSENBAUM, W. N. ECKHARDT, JAMES NORRIS, G. E. 
\ MARCY, A. B. LORD, LOWELL HOIT AND G. H. TANNER, 
( JR. 

ANDREW, DAY AND BAGLEY 

LAMY, BROSSEAU AND SULLIVAN 
r BUNNELL, W. L. GREGSON, A. E. CROSS, L. HARRY FREE- 
1 MAN AND H. H. MOORE 

/McCULLOH, COLVIN, D. A. NOYES, A. V. BOOTH, F. H. 
t RAWSON, R. G. CHANDLER AND LOWELL HOIT 

}bLUM, HUDSON AND FONES 

/ W. L. PHELPS, T. W. BROPHY, JR., E. D. SHUMWAY, F. B. 

t RICE AND B. A. ECKHART. 

/ J. E. BRENNAN, E. M. COMBS, F. G. COE, WM. SIMONS 

1 AND G. A. WEGENER 

/FONES, C. A. HEATH. F. E. WINANS, A. L. SOMERS AND 

1 T. M. HUNTER 



INSPECTORS 

INSPECTOR AND REGISTRAR OF PROMSIONS HARRY BOORE 

INSPECTOR OF FLOUR JOHN T. CANVIN 

CHIEF GRAIN SAMPLER HENRY ULRICH 

INSPECTOR AND REGISTRAR OF FLAXSEED HENRY ULRICH 

INSPECTOR OF HAY HENRY R. WHITESIDE 

WEIGHER OF PACKING HOUSE PRODUCTS HARRY BOORE 

WEIGHER OF OTHER COMMODITIES H. A. FOSS 

CUSTODIAN H. A. FOSS 



committee op arbitration 
Term Expiring 1920 
JOHN ANDREW LOW WESLEY McCLEAN 
WM. H. AXTATER HAROLD ZEISS 

JAS. A. FITZSIMMONS 



Term Expiring 1921 
JONES E. HENRY LOUIS T. SAYRE 

FRED T. BASCOM NICHOLAS J. BROGAN 

HARRY S. KLEIN 



committee of appeals 
Term Expiring 1920 
EDWARD H. BINGHAM HARRY S. CARROLL 
FREDERICK G. WINTER A. DUNCAN PACAUD 



Term Expiring 1921 

JOHN G. McCarthy c. walter k. hvale 

EARLE M. COMBS ROSS H. KIDSTON 

HAROLD C. GIFFORD 



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Members of the Board of Trade who Died During 

1918 



A, NELSON YOUNG January 6 

ALEXANDER STEWART February 4 

CHARLES J. AEPPLI, JR February 13 

EDWARD M. HIGGINS February 15 

DARIUS C. JACKSON February 23 

JAMES SIMPSON. March 20 

HUGO D. LEHMANN March 28 

WILLIAM A. TUBES March 29 

OZRO W. CLAPP April 5 

NATHAN MERRIAM April 28 

FREDERICK T. CHANDLER May 17 

SIDNEY B. JOHNSON May 18 

HENRY C. CHAMPLIN May 20 

HERMAN J. POLLAK May 30 

WALTER CHAPMAN June 7 

FRED J. SCOTT June 11 

EDWARD A. GIBSON June 14 

GEORGE E. TITLEY August 11 

MONROE R. ROTHSCHILD. August 12 

JOY C. BOURNIQUE September 24 

HENRY W. PARET September 26 

WILLIAM H. VANSANT September 27 

DENIS SULLIVAN October 1 

ALPHONSE LE DUC October 3 

WILLIAM J. KELLEY October 4 

SEABURY DAVIES October 5 

JOHN J. TRACEY October 12 

ALBERT L. FLOOD October 18 

A, STAMFORD WHITE October 24 

WILLIAM B. WILSON October 29 

EDWARD P. BEALIN (In France) 

JAMES M. KIRBY November 11 

JOHN U. C. LEHMANN November 28 

HENRY J. FRENZEL November 30 

DAVID S. LASIER December 6 

WILLIAM H. BARTLETT December 9 

ELZEAR A. BEAUVAIS December 19 

H. J. LYONS December 24 

JOHN E. McKEE December 26 

GEORGE T. WINSOR December 28 



XVIII 



Mr. JAMES A. PATTEN, Acting President, 

Board of Trade of the City of Chicago. 

My Dear Sir: 

In conformity with the rules of this Association, I herewith submit 
the Sixty-first Annual Report of the Board of Trade of the City of 
Chicago, for the year 1918. 

JOHN R. MAUFF. Secretary. 



My acknowledgements are due, and are hereby tendered to Messrs. Howard, Bartels & Company 
and The Davidson Commission Co., Chicago; E. E. Pratt, Chief Bureau of Statistics, United States 
Department of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Washington, D. C; Price Current Grain Reporter; 
J. R. Ford, acting Collector of Customs of the City of Chicago; Chicago Daily Hide Report! 
Chicago; Arthur G. Leonard, Esq., General Manager Union Stock Yards & Transit Company, Chicago; 
and Hon. David S. Houston, Secretary United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.' 



XIX 



REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT 

To THE Members of the 

Board of Trade op the City of Chicago, 

Gentlemen : 

I respectfully submit herewith the annual report of your Board of 
Directors, of the several departments of the Board and of the various com- 
mittees. 

FINANCIAL AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

During the past year your officers have purchased $177,800 of the 
bonds of the Association, leaving outstanding in the hands of the public 
a balance of $532,900. You will notice that an unusual large amount 
of bonds have been purchased for redemption during the past year, o-v^dng 
mainly to the fact that the bonds were offered to us on such favorable 
terms that we could not resist the temptation to take them. However, 
your Association did not have funds enough in hand or from current revenue 
to purchase this large amount, but were obliged to borrow $50,000.00 from 
one of our local banks agai^t which we have put up $70,000 of the bonds 
as collateral seciuity. The balance of the bonds have been duly can- 
celed with the trustee. As it is the evident desire of the members of this 
Association to build a new structure — for their needs — your directors 
thought it extremely advisable to retire these bonds when offered as it 
has been somewhat difficult in the past to find owners of the bonds who 
were willing to sell on terms as favorable as has been done during the past 
year. It is perhaps proper to state that none of the bonds issued by this 
Association were redeemable until June 1st, 1927, when the whole amount 
outstanding falls due. 

GENERAL CONDITIONS 

The conditions surrounding the life and trade of your Association 
dtuing the year 1918 have been extremely difficult and perhaps at times 
the members have felt that your Board of Directors were too harsh and 
rigid in the restrictions imposed governing its activities, but when it is 
fully realized what a titanic struggle this world has passed through during 
the past foiu* years and that the duty feU upon the United States to provide 
food for our Allies in this struggle without an undue enhancement of values, 



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then it must be admitted that the restrictions your Directors imposed were 
only in conformity with the wishes of the Food Administrations and a 
desire on our part to fully and willingly meet the situation. We take 
considerable satisfaction in stating that we have received nothing but words 
of commendation from Mr. Hoover and his associates for the admirable 
way and manner in which your Association has met these difficulties and 
handled them. 

It is extremely likely that the wheat market will remain closed for 
some eighteen months to come. Owing to the closing of the war sooner 
than expected the country is apparently in the position of a fixed price 
until July 1st, 1920. This leaves the wheat trade in a very puzzling situa- 
tion, but from last reports the Food Administration is evidently endeavor- 
ing to adjust this matter with our Allies so that the burden of maintaining 
this fixed price will not fall too heavily on this country. 



RECOMMENDATIONS 

I believe it is incumbent upon me to recommend to this Association 
the passing of a rule prohibiting any member or firm taking trades in the 
future market for account of any employee of another member or firm 
without the knowledge or consent of the employer. The evils surrounding 
this practice should be apparent to every one. 

It is with regret that I have to record the death during the year of 
our esteemed President, A. Stamford White. His untimely end was 
undoubtedly brought about by the duties that fell upon him as President 
of this Association. Mr. White was a man admirably fitted for the posi- 
tion which he held, and his passing away was a great loss to the Associa- 
tion. He will long be remembered as being of upright character and as 
being beloved by all. 

In conclusion I wish to thank the members for the courtesy and kind- 
ness which they have given me during my term of office, and also to thank 
the officers and Board of Directors for the support they have not only 
given me, but for the support they have given the Food Administration 
during the troublous times of the past year. 

Respectfully, 

JAMES A. PATTEN, 

Acting President. 



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XXI 



REPORT OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

BALANCE SHEET 

AS AT JANUARY 6, 1919 



ASSETS 
Fixed Assets: 
Real Estate, Fixtures and Furniture $2,565,017.88 

Investments: 

Board of Trade 4 per cent Bonds, at par $100,100.00 

U. S. Government 4J^ per cent Bonds, at par. . . . 4,500.00 104,600.00 

Deferred Charges: 

Unexpired Insurance, Prepaid Interest, etc 16,460.67 

Current Assets: 

Accounts Receivable 36,288.73 

Cash in Hands of Treasurer 37,279.26 

Petty Cash Funds 3,700.00 77,267.99 

Total Assets $2,763,346.54 



LIABILITIES 

Bonded Indebtedness $633,000.00 

Current Liabilities: 

Note Payable 50,000.00 

(Secured by deposit of $70,000.00 Board of Trade Bonds.) 

Accrued Expenses: 

Taxes and Interest on Bonded Indebtedness 71,323.26 

Special Funds: 

Special Assessments $4,635.00 

Military Fund 157.13 

Appeals 10.00 

$4 802 13 
Less Relief Fund— Debit ' 8l!96 $4,720.17 

Reserve for Depreciation $67,737.60 

Surplus Account: 

Balance as at January 7, 1918 $1,865,504.90 

Add: 

Net Profit for Fiscal Year ended January 6, 1919 71,060.61 $1,936,565.51 

Total Liabilities $2,763,346.54 



XXII 

AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE 

We hereby certify that we have audited the books of account of the 
Board of Trade of the City of Chicago for the fiscal year ended January 6, 
1919, and have prepared therefrom the above balance sheet, which correctly 
sets forth the condition of the affairs of the Board as at January 6, 1919, 
as shown by said books of account at that date. 

R. M. Mccracken & co., 

Public Accountants. 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER 

To THE Board op Directors of the 

Board of Trade of the City of Chicago: 

As Treasurer of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago from the 
7th day of January, 1918, I beg to report that: 

I had on hand January 7, 1918 $ 93,446.46 

I have received in sundry deposits from the Secretary of the 
Board from January 7, 1 91 8, to the close of the fiscal year, 
January 6, 1919 795,972.71 

$889,419.17 
I have paid 1692 checks, drawn by the Secretary and duly 

countersigned, amounting to 852,139.91 

Leaving a balance on hand January 6, 1919 $ 37,279 26 

ERNEST A. HAMILL 

Treat^urer 



MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the Board on the sixth day of January, 1919, 
ntunbered 1620. 

The pro rata amount assessed by the Board of Directors, under the 
provisions of Section 5 of Rule IV, for the ensuing fiscal year is $75.00. 



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XXIII 

BOARD OF TRADE CLEARING HOUSE 
J. J. BAGLEY, Chairman. 

Below is a statement showing the clearances and balances, by months, 
of the Clearing House for the Year 1918, with corresponding totals for 
the Year 1917: 



DATE 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . - . 
September. 
October. . . 
November. 
December. 



Totals 

Preceding Year 



CLEARINGS 



4,052,057.24 
5,254,608.75 
4,314,533.95 
4,529,586.20 
8,288,460.55 
7,721,162.20 
6,629.030.60 
6,506,959.60 
5,691,078.70 
14,887,512.95 
9,670,878.95 
7,958,696.90 



85,504,466.59 
193,925,645.55 



BALANCES 



1,528,611.91 
2,104,864.91 
1,649,047.92 
1,588,195.97 
2,904,151.69 
2,856,099.11 
2,326,799.83 
2,083,475.75 
2,061,141.08 
4,735,174.15 
3,127,909.44 
2,414,410.29 



29,379,882.05 
68,801.743.44 



SAMUEL POWELL, Manager. 



LEGAL DEPARTMENT 
John Bunnell, Chairman 



The Supreme Court of the United States reversed the District Court 
(Judge Landis), and upheld the former rule establishing a call respecting 
"grain to arrive," and in doing so rendered an opinion that will be helpful 
to the Board in any future cases attacking the rules of the Board or the 
methods of trading on the exchange. 

A very far reaching decision favorable to the exchanges has been 
rendered by the United States Supreme Court in a case, in which our 
attomey represented the New York Stock Exchange. The Supreme 
Court of Massachusetts had decided that the transmission of market 
quotations from New York to Boston and their redistribution under the 
ticker system to brokers in Boston was subject to regulation by the Public 
Service Commission of that State. The Supreme Court of United States 
reversed this decision and held that such distribution of quotations was 
interstate commerce, with which neither a state statute nor the regulations 
of a state utility board could interfere. This decision removes for all 
time the danger of any interference by any state (other than Illinois) 
with the distribution of the quotations of this Board. 



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The Federal Court (Judge Landis) sustained the report of the Master 
in Chancery in the case of William Lanyon vs. the Board and James E. 
Bennett, and dismissed Mr. Lanyon's suit. No appeal has been prosecuted 
and this protracted litigation thus ends favorably to the Board. The 
principle it establishes is, that the Board may penalize defaulting short 
sellers by requiring them to settle at the average price in pits on the last 
day of the month. 

The Board has not found it necessary to institute any suit during 
the last year. 

One Robert Watke has sued the Board in the Circuit Court of Cook 
County for $10,000 damages. The exact ground of this suit has not yet 
developed, but it is not thought it need be taken seriously. 

This is the only litigation pending in which this Association is directly 
interested. 

TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT 
E. F. Rosenbaum, Chairman. 

The year began with the railroads under complete Federal control, 
pursuant to an act of Congress giving the President of the United States 
authority to take possession of and utilize the systems of transportation. 

Congress, in addition, by an Act approved March 21, 1918, conferred 
upon the President of the United States the power to initiate freight rates, 
regulations and practices, and provision was made that the Interstate 
Commerce Commission should not suspend any rates initiated under the 
President's authority. The authority so conferred upon the President 
by Congress was delegated by him to the Director General of Railroads, 
who, together with his staff, have exercised full control and authority 
throughout the year in all matters pertaining to transportation. 

The principal matters affecting the Board of Trade which occurred 
during the year are briefly outlined herein. 

I. RATES IN THE EAvSTERN TERRITORY 
The Fifteen Per Cent Increase. — 

Before the Federal Government assumed control of the carriers the 
eastern railroads had petitioned the Interstate Commerce Commission 
for an increase of 15 per cent in all freight rates. The increase prayed for 
and allowed on grain and products thereof by the Interstate Commerce 
Commission to take effect in March from Chicago to the Atlantic Sea- 
board, amounted to 2.7 cents per 100 poxmds. Corresponding increases 
were made from other western points to the Atlantic Seaboard. At the 
same time the Interstate Commerce Commission granted increases in rates 
amounting to substantially 15 per cent on Grain, etc., between Chicago 
and other western points and points in Central Freight Association Terri- 
tory. These increases took effect on various dates in April and May. 



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The Twenty-Five Per Cent Increase. — 

By an order of the Director General of Railroads, rates on all freight 
were further increased 25 per cent, effective June 25, 1918. This resulted 
in an additional increase of 5 cents per 100 poiinds in the rates on Grain, 
Grain Products and By-Products from Chicago to the Atlantic Seaboard, 
and corresponding increases to intermediate points. 

Rates from Buffalo Ex-Lake. — 

Increases in the rates on grain from Buffalo ex-lake to Atlantic ports 
were made on April 1st and Jime 25th. The margin between the rates 
from Chicago and the ex-lake rates from Buffalo to Atlantic ports was 
wholly insufficient to permit the shipment of grain from Chicago via Lake 
at a cost as low as, or less than, via all-rail. Consequently, the United 
States Railroad Administration reduced the rates from Buffalo, when from 
Lake Michigan ports, on Wheat 2 cents per 100 pounds on September 1, 
1918, and shortly thereafter appHed the reduced Wheat rates to all grain 
from Lake Michigan ports. This reduction in rates from Buffalo ex-lake 
afforded some relief to the shippers of grain from the West to the Atlantic 
Seaboard, but the margin between the all-rail rates from Chicago and the 
ex-lake rates from Buffalo is not yet sufficiently great to afford a free use 
of the lakes as a means of transporting grain from Chicago. However, it 
is hoped that this matter, which is still before the United States Railroad 
Administration, will be properly adjusted before the opening of naviga- 
tion in 1919. 

II. RATES IN WESTERN TERRITORY 

An increase of 25 per cent in the rates on all freight was also made in 
the Western territory effective June 25, 1918. Each rate on wheat was 
increased 25 per cent, with a maximum of 6 cents; the rates on coarse 
grain being increased to the new wheat basis. An advance of this character 
disrupted the relationships of grain rates theretofore existing between the 
markets and milling centers, and requests were made upon the United 
States Railroad Administration by all of the markets for a realignment 
of the rates, so as to restore the former relationships. A hearing of the 
various grain and milling interests was had before the Western Freight 
Traffic Committee of the United States Railroad Administration at which 
each market and milling center submitted its views as to what would be 
a proper permanent adjustment of rates. 

It is expected that a decision wiU shortly be made by the United 
States Railroad Administration in Washington. 



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III. R.\TES AT OTHER MARKETS 

Oats and Barley, Minneapolis, Etc., to the East. — 

Effective March 25, 1918, the rates on oats and barley from Minneapo- 
lis, Duluth, etc., to the Atlantic Seaboard were increased so as not to be 
less than the combination of rates on Chicago. Prior thereto these rates 
had been 1 cent under the Chicago combination, and the increase made 
in March removed the discrimination complained of by the Chicago Board 
of Trade. 



Break-Bulk Rates from Milwaukee to the East. — 

The rates on grain and grain products from Milwaukee and Manitowoc, 
Wisconsin, via break-bulk routes to points in Eastern Trunk Line Territory 
were advanced in June, 1918, 1 cent per 100 poimds or to the all-rail or 
car ferry basis — thus removing a discrimination against Chicago which had 
long been complained of and which had been the subject of much litigation. 



Grain Rates Illinois Points to the East via Peoria 

The petition of the Peoria Board of Trade filed with the Interstate 
Commerce Commission about three years ago, for a change in the rates 
on grain from Illinois to the East to the combination of the local rate 
into Peoria plus the reshipping rate out, has not yet been decided by the 
Interstate Commerce Commission. That Body ordered the case reopened 
and additional testimony was taken in December, this year. This depart- 
ment took part in these proceedings, as it did in all of the previous pro- 
ceedings. 



IV. ABSORPTION OF SWITCHING CHARGES ON GRAIN IN 

CHICAGO 

After many eft'orts on the part of this department, the five railroads 
which heretofore had not absorbed the switching charges in the Chicago 
District on grain filed tariffs, effective September 16, 1918, applying the 
Chicago rates to all elevators, mills and other industries in the Chicago 
District, thus removing a long standing complaint of the Chicago Board 
of Trade against certain of the roads which either absorbed none of the 
switching charges in the Chicago District or only a part of them. 



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V. DEMURRAGE CHARGES 

Almost immediately after the Federal Government assumed control 
over the operation of the railroads an order was issued by the United 
States Railroad Administration to discontinue the Average Demurrage 
Agreement, both inbound and outbound, and to increase the charges for 
detention to cars to $3.00 for the first day, with an additional dollar for 
subsequent days up to $10.00 per day. The new tariff, which was pubUshed 
to take effect January 21, 1918, also changed the free time allowed for 
inspection of grain at terminal markets, so that the time was based from 
the bulletining of the car in the yards and not from the time the inspection 
was reported by the inspection authorities, as formerly. Protests from 
all over the country were filed with the Railroad Administration against 
the new tariff, with the result that it was withdrawn and another tariff 
substituted effective February 10, 1918, which modified the charges to 
basis of $3.00 per day for each of the first four days, $6.00 per day for 
each of the next three days and $10.00 per day thereafter. The Average 
Agreement was also restored on inbound business, but not on outbound 
business. The new rule as to free time for giving disposition orders on 
grain held for inspection was not modified as requested by the grain 
interests. However, there is some prospect that the United States Rail- 
road Administration will soon change this rule so as to base the free time 
from the time of official inspection instead of from the time the grain 
samples are taken from the cars. 



VI. PROPOSED CHARGES FOR RECONSIGNMENT 

The railroads throughout the country petitioned the Interstate Com- 
merce Commission for permission to impose an ascending scale of charges 
for the reconsignment of all freight, also for giving disposition on grain, 
seeds, hay and straw held for inspection. The proposed charges on grain, 
etc., were $2.00 for the first 24 hours after arrival of cars, with an additional 
dollar for each succeeding day up to $5.00. The Interstate Commerce 
Commission permitted the issuance of the tariffs containing these increased 
charges, but, upon protest of the Chicago Board of Trade and other grain 
markets, the tariffs on grain, etc., were suspended and a hearing held 
before the Interstate Commerce Commission, in which all of the protest- 
ants participated. The tariffs were published to take effect on May 1st 
and, had they taken effect, there would have been imposed on grain 
arriving in Chicago an additional annual charge of from $400,000 to 
$1,000,000. Briefs have been filed in the case and it is expected that oral 
fttgument will be had before the Commission early in the coming year. 



XXVIII 

IN GENERAL 

During the first two months of the year railroad service was particu- 
larly bad, due to the severe weather and heavy snows which at times 
almost caused a suspension of railroad operation. Embargoes were in 
effect against the movement of grain to several grain markets during the 
first quarter of the year, and in that same period there were restrictions on 
cars for use in shipping grain to the East. Although the embargoes were 
later removed, there was inaugurated by the United States Railroad 
Administration in conjunction with the Food Administration a system of 
individual permits for the shipment of grain to the markets. Subsequently 
this was modified so that at the present time the permit system applies 
only to wheat. 

Of especial interest to the hay trade it may be remarked that through 
the assistance of the Terminal Manager there was established on the 
Pennsylvania Railroad a central inspection yard for hay and straw arriving 
on the South Side roads. This has enabled the dealers to more expedi- 
tiously and economically dispose of hay and straw. 

Early in the year it was reported that the United States Railroad 
Administration had in mind imposing a charge of $3.00 for switching cars 
to industries located on private tracks and for "spotting" them for loading 
and unloading. Protests from shippers were so numerous and strong that 
the proposal was abandoned. 

Under an Order from the United States Railroad Administration the 
allowance of 3^ cent per bushel for elevation of grain was discontinued at 
all markets throughout the country, the tariffs taking effect on various 
dates from December 12, 1918, to January 9, 1919. 

Other Orders have been issued by the United States Railroad Admin- 
istration affecting the grain trade, notices of which have been issued from 
time to time by this department. 

In July the Director of Traffic and the Director of Public Service 
and Accounting of the United States Railroad Administration appointed 
representatives of shippers to serve on the various railroad freight com- 
mittees which had been previously formed to consider and report to the 
United States Railroad Administration upon complaints of shippers about 
rates, rules and regulations. The Manager of this department was 
appointed by them to serve on the Chicago Western District Freight 
Traffic Committee, which holds its meetings in Chicago. This work has 
consumed part of the Manager's time, but the results so far obtained' 
through these committees have fully warranted the assigmnent of the 
department's Manager to assist in it. 

J. S. BROWN, 

Manager. 



XXIX 

GRAIN SAMPLING AND SEED INSPECTION DEPARTMENT 

Chicago, January 7, 1919. 

To THE Board of Directors of the 

Board of Trade of the City of Chicago : 

Gentlemen : 

I herewith submit this, my third amiual report, covering the activities 
of the Grain Sampling Department of this Association for the year 1918. 

Number of cars sampled 135,350 

Out of store by lake vessels (bushels) 37,985,172 

Number of cars tested (moisture) 84,320 

Number of bags seeds sampled 111,563 

Number of bags peanuts sampled 196 

Number of cars of beans sampled 173 

Number of bags of flaxseed sampled 6,451 

Number of cars germination tests 7 

HENRY ULRICH, 

Chief Grain Sampler and Flax Seed Inspector. 



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REPORT OF THE GRAIN COMMITTEE 

Chicago, December 31, 1918. 

To THE Board of Directors of the 

Board of Trade of the City of Chicago. 

Gentlemen : 

The year closes with the Department of Grain SampHng and Seed 
Inspection in a perfect condition. Appliances for sampling and testing 
grain and seeds are up to requirements of the day. The Department is 
prepared to perform any work that is demanded of it almost instantly. 
It is considered equal to any department, either private or under federal 
or state control. 

The work performed exceeded the quantity handled during the year 
1917. This necessitated increased expenditures. Such expenses may, 
possibly, decrease from now on, as the prospects are not favorable for so 
much work on account of the gradual changes taking place in the grain 
trade. 

Responsibility in sampling and testing is steadily increasing. Rail- 
roads are increasing the capacity of the cars. Inspection requires accuracy 
in tests for moisture so that movement of the car to its destination can 
quickly continue, and make possible the quick trading conditions. 

Federal hearings and meetings have aU been attended. These show a 
large increase and indications are that such will not become less. These 
hearings must not be neglected, as subjects under discussion are of vital 
importance to our Institution and our Market. 

Your Committee has performed its work faithfully and to the best of 
its ability. We thank you for your confidence. 

GRAIN COMMITTEE, 

Adolph Gerstenberg, 

Chairman. 



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XXXI 

WEIGHING AND CUSTODIAN DEPARTMENTS 

W. H. PERRINE, Chairman. 

Weighing and Custodian Committee, 

Board of Trade of the City of Chicago. 

Gentlemen : 

I am pleased to transmit to you, this, my twenty-first Annual Report 
of the work done by the Weighing and Custodian Departments during 
the year 1918, as follows: 

NUMBER OF CARS WEIGHED 

Inbound 179,418 cars 

Outbound 92,915 cars 

Transferred 6,837 cars 

Cross-town or switch 13,265 cars 

Total cars weighed 292,435 cars 

BUSHELS OF GRAIN WEIGHED TO AND FROM BOATS 

In store from lake vessels 60,844 Bu. 

Out of store by lake vessels 74,104,751 Bu. 

Transferred from elevator to elevator by Transfer 

Boats 5,003,161 Bu. 

Total 79,168,756 Bu. 

SEED AND GRAIN PRODUCTS IN BAGS WEIGHED AT WAREHOUSES, 

FREIGHT DEPOTS, ETC. 

Total number of bags 6,180 

TOTAL QUANTITY IN BUSHELS OF GRAIN, GRAIN PRODUCTS AND 

SEED WEIGHED 

Based on 1560 Bushels (estimated) of grain per car, 

the quantity of grain weighed to and from cars 

amounted to 456,198,600 Bu. 

The quantity of grain weighed to and from boats 

amounted to 79,168,756 Bu. 

The quantity of seed and grain products weighed in 

bags (estimated) amounted to 15,450 Bu. 

Total 535,382,806 Bu. 

INVESTIGATIONS OF WEIGHT DIFFERENCES 

Received cars 1,115 

Shipped cars 63 

Note. — We located causes for weight differences on 211 cars of 
the above. We also located causes for weight differences on cargo 
grain, involving shortages amovmting to 2,152 bushels. 

NUMBER OF CARS LEAKING 

Inboimd — 28,678 cars or 16.2 per cent, compared with 16.3 per cent 
in 1917. 

Outboimd — No cars are allowed to be forwarded from the loading 
elevators that are not free of leakage when switched from the loading 
elevators. 



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XXXII 

CARS ROBBED IN RAILROAD YARDS 

Number of people arrested as result of the department's activities, 192. 
Of these, 67 were fined, 73 discharged and 52 paroled. 

SCALES TESTED 

Five hundred and fifty-three scales at Chicago. Of these 106 or 19.16 
per cent were in need of adjustment. 

Forty-eight scales at interior country shipping points. Of these 32 or 

66 2-3 per cent were found weighing incorrectly. 

Note.— -The percentage of scales found incorrect at country points as shown by 
our tests, is not representative of scale conditions at initial shipping stations, as for 
the most part, the tests we made at country points were made because of inaccura- 
cies apparent. 

CUSTODIAN DEPARTMENT 

The total quantity of grain registered and held in trust during the year 
under the provisions of the Custodian rules is as follows : 

Wheat 42,197,983 Bu. 

Corn 44,758,669 Bu. 

Oats 77,512,565 Bu. 

Rye 3,347,539 Bu. 

Barley 4,104,397 Bu. 

Malt 277,182 Bu. 

Kaffir 128,581 Bu. 

Total 172,326,916 Bu. 

Respectfully submitted, 
H. A. FOSS, 

Weighmaster. 



REPORT OF THE REAL ESTATE COMMITTEE 
LOUIS C. BROSSEAU, Chairman. 

Chicago, January 8, 1919. 

To THE Board op Directors of the 

Board of Trade of the City of Chicago : 

Gentlemen : 

Your Real Estate Committee has followed the usual war conservation 
policy by making only those repairs necessary to keep the building in a 
safe and sanitary condition. It is the opinion of the Committee that 
general conditions will soon permit and justify the erection of a new 
building as contemplated in the earHer recommendations of the Special 
Building Committee. 



XXXIII 

BOARD OF TRADE MEMBERS WHO DIED 
DURING THE YEAR 1918 

January 6 A. Nelson Young. 

February 4 Alexander Stewart. 

February 13. Charles J. Aeppli, Jr. 

February 15 Edward M. Higgins. 

February 23 Darius C. Jackson. 

March 20 James Simpson. 

March 28 Hugo D. Lehmann. 

March 29 William A. Tubes. 

April 5 OzRO W. Clapp. 

April 28 Nathan Merriam. 

May 17 Frederick T. Chandler. 

May 18 Sidney B. Johnson. 

May 20 Henry C. Champlin. 

May 30 Herman J. Pollak. 

June 7 Walter Chapman. 

June 11 Fred J. Scott. 

June 14 Edward A. Gibson. 

August 11 George E. Titley. 

August 12 Monroe R. Rothschild 

September 24 Joy C. Bournique. 

September 26 Henry W. Paret. 

September 27 William H. Vansant. 

October 1 Denis Sullivan. 

October 3 Alphonse LeDuc. 

October 4 William J. Kelley. 

October 5 Seabury Davies. 

October 12 John J. Tracey. 

October 18 Albert L. Flood. 

October 24 A. Stamford White. 

October 29 William B. Wilson. 

(In France) . . . . ■ Edward P. Bealin. 

November 11 James M. Kirby. 

November 28 John U. C. Lehmann. 

November 30 Henry J. Frenzel. 

December 6 David S. Easier. 

December 9 William H. Bartlett: 

December 19 Elzear A. Beauvais. 

December 24 H. J. Lyons. 

December 26 John E. McKee. 

December 28 George T. Winsor. 



DETAILED STATISTICS 



OF THE 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



OP THE 



CITY OF CHICAGO 



IN 



FLOUR, GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIVE STOCK, SEEDS, 
HIDES, WOOL, LUMBER, ETC. 



WITH 



THE DAILY CURRENT PRICES 



OF 



THE LEADING SPECULATIVE PRODUCTS 

FOR THE YEAR 1918 



FLOUR 



The entire movement 



Receipts. 





Flour, 
Brls. 


Wheat, 
Bu. 


Corn, 
Bu. 


Oats, 
Bu. 


Rye, 
Bu. 


Barley, 
Bu. 


I-ake 












• 


Chicago & North Western R. JR 


2,647,000 

123,000 

1,449,000 

458,000 

85,000 

99,000 

1,910,000 

73,000 

1,082,000 

241,000 

672,000 


14,239,000 
8,673,000 
4,604,000 

10.217,000 
6,043,000 
2,213,000 
7,043,000 
5,963,000 
3,186,000 
2,217,000 
447,000 
134,000 
4,631,000 


14,052,000 

25,998,000 

7,967,000 

8,180,000 

6,415,000 

8,768,000 

6,070,000 

10,670,000 

2,839,000 

3,429,000 

391,000 

426,000 

5,204,000 


23,901,000 

19,728,000 

18,771,000 

18,168,000 

5,127,000 

5,597,000 

17,421,000 

6,715,000 

7,955,000 

4,117,000 

1,312,000 

1,546,000 

6,714,000 


748,000 

152,000 

330,000 

983,0j0 

111,000 

100,000 

486,000 

207,000 

118,000 

136,000 

80,000 

14,000 

1,015,000 


6.152,000 


Illinois Central R. R 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. R 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R 

Chicago & Alton R. R 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois R. R 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R. R 

Wabash R. R 


910,000 

2,209,000 

1.533.000 

98,000 

49,000 

3.802.000 

133.000 


Chicago Great Western R. R 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R. R 

Minn., St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie R. R. 
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern R. R 


2,143,000 

84,000 

1,171,000 

115,000 


*Eastern and Southeastern Lines 


75,666 


135,000 


Total receipts 


8,914,000 
1,148,000 

79,000 


69,610,000 


100,409,000 


137,072.000 


4,480,000 


18,534.006 


Flour manufactured in the city (estimated) 

In store and afloat in harbor, December 

31, 1917 






1,057,000 


793,000 


5,933,000 


239.000 


431,000 










Grand totals 


10,141,000 


70,667,000 


101,202,000 


143,005,000 


4,719.000 


18,965,000 





*The Eastern and Southeastern Lines include the Wabash R. R. (east of Chicago), Pere Marquette 
P. C. C. & St. L. R. R., B. & O. R. R., G. T. W. R. R., N. Y. C. & St. L. R. R., Chicago & Erie R. R. 



, ,1 



AND GRAIN 



at Chicago during 191S 



Shipments. 





Flour, 
Brls. 


Wheat, 
Bu. 


Corn, 
Bu. 


Oats, 
Bu. 


Rye, 
Bu. 


Barley, 
Bu. 


Lake — To Buffalo 


571,000 


18,098,000 
1,606,000 
1,004,000 


1,849,000 


6,655,000 


1,302,000 


2io,ooa 


To Erie 




To Fairport 












To other United States ports 












To Depot Harbor 


4,000 


1,167,000 
1,924,000 
3,222,000 

224,000 
3,027,000 
7,718,000 

956,000 


66,000 

95,000 

603,000 


6,511,000 
2,947,000 
3,990,000 


100,000 




To Midland 




To Tiffin 








To Collingwood 








To Pt. Colbourne 






729,666 

9,737,000 

165,000 






To Pt. McNicoU 




95,000 

87,000 

61,000 

186,000 






To Goderich 








To Kingston 








To other Canadian ports 











.... 














Totals by Lake 


575,000 

86,000 

53,000 

3,000 

11,000 

5,000 

109,000 

7,000 

1,000 

1,000 


38,946,000 

1,970,000 

34,000 

43,000 

289,000 

19,000 

23,000 

167,000 


3,042,000 

2,122,000 
817,000 

1,606,000 
272,000 

1,378,000 

571,000 

710,000 

284,000 

17,000 


30,734,000 

202,000 

1,072,000 

169,000 

120,000 

65,000 

84,000 

222,000 

99,000 

11,000 


1,402,000 

162,000 

31,000 


210,000 


Chicago & North Western R. R 


113,000 


Illinois Central R. R 


57,000 


Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. R 


16,000 


Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R 

Chicago & Alton R. R 


48,000 

1,000 

17,000 

58,000 

1,000 


22,000 
19,000 


Chicago & Eastern Illinois R. R 


44,000 


Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R. R 

Wabash R. R 


121,000 
24,000 


Chicago Great Western R. R 




4,000 


Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R. R 








Minn., St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie R. R.. 
♦Eastern and Southeastern Lines 


3,666 

5,582,000 


10,666 

8,483,000 


30,000 
29,025,000 


16,000 
53,944,000 


2,000 
894,000 


20,000 
4,000,000 


Total shipments 


6,436,000 

58,000 
3,647,000 

10,141,000 


49,984,000 

13,079,000 
7,604,000 

70,667,000 


39,877,000 

394,000 
60,931,000 

101,202,000 


86,738,000 

7,181,000 
49,086,000 

143,005,000 


2,616,000 

1,219,000 
884,000 

4,719,000 


4,650,000 


In store and afloat in harbor, December 
31, 1918 


1,629,000 


City consumption and unaccounted for . . 
Grand totals 


12,686,000 
18,965,000 







R. R., C. C. C. & St. L. R. R., Michigan Central R. R., N. Y. C. R. R., P. Ft. W. & C. R. R., 
and the C. I. & L. R. R. 



FLOUR PRODUCTION. 

Tfie /(Alnwing shows the quantity of flour manufactured by the Chicago mills 

in each of the past ten years. 



191S. 
Brls. 


1917. 
Brls. 


1916. ' 1915. 1 1914. 
Brls. 1 Brls. i Brls. 

! ! 

1.235.000 ' 1,155,000 I 1,083.000 
Estimattd ; Estimated Estimated 


1913. 
Brls. 


1912. 
Brls. 


1911. 
Brls. 


1910, 
Brls. 


1909. 
Brls. 


1,148,000 
Sstixatsd 


1,168.000 
Iitimatsd 


1.038.000 
Estimated 


.1,108.000 
Estimated 


1,027,900 
Estimated 


1.090.000 
Estimated 


1.058,000 
Estimated 



STOCKS OF FLOUR IN CHICAGO. 

I he following were the stocks of flour in tlie city on the first day of each month for eight 

years, as reported by the Flour Inspector. 



January . . . 
February., 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October.... 
November. 
December. 



1918 


1917 


1916 


1915 


1914 


1913 


1912 


Brls. 


Brls. 


Brls. 


Brls. 


Brls. 


Brls. 


Brls. 


78,600 


78,200 


65.800 


88.600 


82,900 


83,400 


95,000 


39,000 


72.200 


61.700 


72,500 


88.700 


83,300 


90,000 


40,100 


65.600 


62.400 


73,700 


84.400 


88,500 


99,300 


60,000 


67,000 


58.000 


63,500 


84,000 


81,100 


84,900 


47,000 


64,300 


63.000 


55.400 


80,000 


83,300 


86,900 


44,000 


69,300 


56,700 


53.000 


73,400 


66,100 


77.850 


33,000 


65,000 


61.700 


50,800 


71.500 


80,000 


80.000 


30,000 


50,000 


62.300 


49,000 


69.500 


83.000 


77,000 


41,000 


50,700 


68.900 


60.300 


70.900 


76.500 


62.000 


57,200 


59.100 


86.700 


92,500 


78.000 


79.500 


66,000 


74,500 


46,600 


60,000 


51,500 


68,000 


79.800 


81,000 


57.500 


49.900 


76,800 


62,000 


71,600 


82,600 


85,600 



1911 
Brls. 



105,300 
120,200 
83.800 
76,400 
82.200 
87.300 
85,200 
81,000 
92,000 
85,250 
91,050 
97,600 



RECEIPTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN 

Monthly During 1918 



AT CHICAGO 



1918 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Total 1918 

" 1917 

" 1916 

" 1915 



Flour. 
Brk 

457.000 
851.000 

1,003,000 
787.000 
659,000 
487,000 
397,000 
686,000 
919,000 
995,000 
616,000 

1,057,000 



8,914,000 
9,678,000 
9,353,000 
9,063.000 



Wheat, 
_Bu^ 

331.000 

363,000 

539,000 

298.000 

190.000 

126,000 

6,596,000 

27,250,000 

11,872,000 

6,279,000 

5,629.000 

7,137,000 



69,610,000 
31,751,000 
74,944,000 
70,704,000 



Corn, 
Bu. 

5,797,000 

10,555,000 

14,045,000 

8,493,000 

5,894,000 

7,656,000 

10,007,000 

5,254,000 

9,530,000 

11,550,000 

6,139,000 

5,489,000 



100,409,000 
70,854,000 

102,376,000 
95,357,000 



Oats, 
Bu. 



5,682,000 

8,773,000 

9,699,000 

13,606,000 

9,030,000 

8,208,000 

13,521,000 

22,765,000 

11,417,000 

10,942,000 

10,957,000 

12,472,000 



137,072,000 
125,910,000 
161,244,000 
133,475,000 



Rye, 

Bu. 



148,000 
185,000 
482,000 
234,000 
146,000 
112.000 
171,000 
694,000 
612,000 
344,000 
730,000 
622.000 



4.480.000 
4,541,000 
5,601,000 
4,648,000 



Barley, 
Bu. 



1,287,000 
1,805.000 
2,245,000 
1,198,000 
1,338,000 
1,095,000 
475,000 
1.365.000 
1.183.000 
2,401,000 
1,876.000 
2,266.000 



18.534,000 
22,348.000 
34.526,000 
26,167,000 



SHIPMENTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN FROM CHICAGO 

Monthly During 1918 



1918 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

.lune 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Total 1918 

" 1917 

" 1916 

" 191.T 



Flour, 
Brls. 



457,000 
744,000 
1,086,000 
648.000 
376,000 
280,000 
259.000 
384,000 
597,000 
553,000 
346,000 
706,000 



6,436,000 
8,383,000 
8,332,000 
7,674.000 



Wheat, 
Bu. 



121,000 

111,000 

206,000 

199,000 

356,000 

211,000 

1,405,000 

17,429,000 

10,228,000 

3,4,84,000 

8,498,000 

7,736,000 



49,984,000 
24,047,000 
61,187,000 
.55..576,000 



Corn, 
Bu. 



1,541,000 
2,612,000 
4,964,000 
2,925.000 
3,203,000 
2,370,000 
3,051,000 
2.728,000 
2,857,000 
5,084,000 
5,268,000 
3,274,000 



39,877,000 
36,006,000 
61,782,000 
73,667,000 



Oats, 
Bu. 



3,423,000 
4,073,000 
5,934,000 
10,736,000 
7,436,000 
3,162,000 
8,099.000 
9,360,000 
8,730,000 
6,914,000 
9,435,000 
9,436,000 



86,738,000 
101,078,000 
116,875,000 
122,460,000 



Rye, 
Bu. 



89.000 

83,000 

201.000 

122,000 

106,000 

40,000 

78,000 

420,000 

135,000 

749,000 

531,000 

62,000 



2,616.000 
3,667,000 
4,436,000 
3,993,000 



Barley. 
Bu. 



378,000 
562,000 
971,000 
592,000 
233,000 
163,000 
109.000 
130,000 
181,000 
291,000 
553,000 
487,000 



4,650,000 

6,719,000 

11,416,000 

8.852.000 



FLOUR AND WHEAT. 



Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 1918, by routes. 





Flotir 


Wheat 




Received. 
Brls. 


Shipped. 
Brs. 


Received. 
Bu. 


Shipped. 


Lake 




575,000 




38,946,000 


Illinois & Michigan Canal 








Ohicago & North Western Railway 


2,647,000 

123,000 

1,449,000 

458,000 

85,000 

99,000 

1,910,000 

73,000 

1.082,000 

241,000 

672,000 


86,000 

53,000 

3,000 

11,000 

5,000 

109,000 

7,000 

1,000 

1,000 


14,239,000 
8,673,000 
4,604,000 

10,217,000 
6,403,000 
2,213,000 
7,043,000 
5,963,000 
3,186,000 
2,217,000 
447,000 
134,000 
4,631,000 


1,970,000 


Illinois Central Railroad 


34,000 


Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 


43,000 


Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 


289,000 
19,000 


Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railrosd 


23,000 


Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 


167,000 


Wabash Railwav (^west of Chicaeo) 




Chicago Great Western Railroad 




Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway 




Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway. . . 
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 


3,000 


10,000 


Eastern and Southeastern Lines 


75,000 


5,582,000 


8,483,000 






Totals 


8,914,000 


6,436,000 


69,610,000 


49,984,000 



FLOUR AND WHEAT. 



Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 1918, by months. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

JiJy 

August 

September.. . . 

October 

November. . . . 
December. . . . 

Totals. 



Floub 



Received. 
Brls. 



457,000 
851,000 

1,003,000 
787,000 
659,000 
487,000 
397,000 
686,000 
919,000 
995,000 
616,000 

1,057,000 



8,914,000 



Shipped. 
Brls. 



457,000 
744,000 
1,086,000 
648,000 
376,000 
280,000 
259,000 
384,000 
597,000 
553,000 
346,000 
706,000 



6,436,000 



Wheat 



Received. 


Shipped. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


331,000 


121,000 


363,000 


111,000 


539,000 


206,000 


298,000 


199,000 


190,000 


356,000 


126,000 


211,000 


6,596,000 


1,405,000 


27,250,000 


17,429,000 


14,872,000 


10,228,000 


6,279,000 


3,484,000 


5,629,000 


8,498,000 


7,137,000 


7,736,000 


69,610,000 


49,984,000 



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Range of prices per barrel at Chicago monthly, during 191S. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

•kin cotton sacks 



Winter Wheat 
Patents 



$ 9 73 

10 25 

11 00 
11 50 
10 40 
10 50 
10 50 
10 50 
10 10 

9 90 

9 25 

10 10 



@ $10 10 

@ 10 65 

@ 11 25 

@ 12 00 

@ 10 80 

@ 11 25 

@ 11 25 

@ 10 85 

@ 10 30 

@ 10 25 

@ 9 90 

@ 10 35 



Spring Wheat 
Patents 



$ 9 90 

10 60 

11 00 

10 40 

11 25 
10 25 
10 50 
10 75 
10 55 
10 25 

9 35 
10 30 



@ $10 25 

@ 10 90 

@ 11 25 

@ 11 00 

@ 11 50 

@ 11 50 

@ 10 80 

@ 11 25 

@ 10 70 

@ 10 55 

@ 9 80 

@ 10 70 



Good to Choice Rye Flour, 
in Jutes 



$ 9 60 @ $ 9 80 

10 40 @ 10 55 

12 25 @ 12 75 

14 25 @ 14 75 

12 25 @ 13 00 

10 00 @ 10 75 

9 50 @ 10 25 

9 60 @ 9 90 

9 65 @ 10 00 

8 65 @ 9 10 

4 00 @ 4 20 

3 20 @ 3 50 



8 



SPOT PRICES OF WHEAT AT CHICAGO. 

Range of prices by sample during each week in 1918. 



•4 
11 
18 

25 

1 

8 
15 
22 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

S 
15 
22 
29 
15 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 



No. 1 

Red 

Winter 



... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 220 
... 226 
230 @236 
226 ©230 

225 ©228 

226 ©227 
226 @226Ji 
226 @226M 
226 ©2261^ 
226 @227 
226 @226H 
226 ©227 
226 ©227 
226 ©226M 
226 ©226)^ 
226 ©227 
226 ©227}^ 
226 ©227 
226 ©227 
2263^@227 
226 ©227 
226 ©228 
228 ©2281^ 
228 ©229»^ 
233 ©234 

234 
233J4@236 



No. 2 

Red 

Winter 



217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

217 

..... 217 
223 

228 ©230 
225 ©227 
223 ©225 
223 ©225 
223 ©224}^ 
223 ©224 
223 @224H 
223 ©22414 
223 ©224 
223H@225 
223 ©225 
223 ©223M 
223 ©224 
223 ©224 
223 ©224J^ 
223 ©225 
223 ©224}^ 
223 ©224 
223 ©224 
223 ©226 
223 ©226J4 
224i4©228 

229 ©232 
230i4@231 
233 ©236 



No. 3 

Red 

Winter 



214 
214 
214 
214@215i4 
... 214 
214©215 
214@215 
... 214 
... 214 
214©215 
214@215 
214@215 
214 
214 
214 
214 
214@216 
214 
214 
214 
214 
214 
214 
214 
214 
... 214 
... 219 
227@229 
221@226 
219@222 
219@222 
219@221 
221@222 
221@223 
220©222 
219@223 
220@223 
220@222 
219@221 
219©221 
219@222 
219@222 
219@222 
219©221M 
219©220 
219@220 
219©222 
219@223 
220@225 
222©227 
224@229 
225©231 



No. 1 

Hard 

Winter 



No. 2 

Hard 

Winter 



220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
220 
226 
236 
230@233 
226@232ii 
226@228^ 
226@228 
226@227 
226@227 
226@227 



217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
117 

2ir 

217 
217 
217 

223 
230 
227 ©230 



No. 3 

Hard 

Winter 



223 (S^J^o 
223 ©225 
223 ©224 
223 ©225 
22 a- ©225 
226@227 ^1223 ©224 
226@227i4!223 ©225}^ 
226©228 j223 ©225 
226©227 I223_^224i^ 
226©227}4^53@224 



226©227 
226©227 
226@22734 



223 ©22414 
223 ©22414 
223 ©224 



226@22734i223- -®22T 
226@227 1223 ©224 
226©227^|223 ©224}^ 
226@229 223 ©226 
226@228MJ2air2©,22J 
226©228}i223 ©22614 
227@229M'226 ©22634 
228@2i9 1226 ©227 
228©230 |226i4©228 



214 
214 
214 
214 
214 
214 
214@215 
214 
214©216 
214©215 
... 214 
214©215 
... 214 
... 214 
... 214 
... 214 
214@215 
... 214 
... 214 
214©215 
214@215 
... 214 
214@216 
... 214 
... 214 
214@216 
... 219 
227 
225©230 
221@224 
222©224 
221©223 
221©223 
222@224 
221@223 
221©223 
219©224 
219@223 
219@222 
219@221 
219@222 
219©222 
219@221 
219©221 
219@221 
219©221 
219@223 
219@223 
220©224 
221©226 
222@226 
222©227 



No. 1 

Northern 

Spring 



220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

226 

226 

226 

226 ©235 

227 ©234 
226 ©228 
226 ©228 
226 ©229 
226 ©229 
226 ©228 
226K©229 
226 ©228 
226 ©229 
226 ©227 
226 ©228 
226 ©228 
226 ©228 
226 ©22714 
226 ©228 
226 ©228 
226 ©229 
226 ©229 

226 ©228 

227 ©231 

228 ©230 
228 ©230 



No. 2 


No. 3 


Northern 


Northern 


Spring 


Spring 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 217 


... 214 




. 223 


... 219 


223 


©230 


219@226 


223 


©238 


220©234 


223 


©228 


220©226 




. 226 


220@225 


223 


©226 


221@225 


223 


©224 


222©223 


223 


©226 


223@224 


223 


©226 


222©225 


223 


©224 


220@223 


223 


©226 


219©225 


223 


©226 


219@224 


223 


©224 


219@222 


223 


©224 


219©221 


223 


©225 


219©£22 


223 


©225 


219©222 


223 


©22414 


219©221 


223 


©224 


219©221 


223 


©224 


219©221 


223 


@224>i 


219@222 


223 


©226 


219©224 


223 


©22514 


219©223 


2231/ 


^©227 


220©225 


225 


©227 


222©226 


223 


©228 


222©227 


223 


©227 


222@226 



No. 1 

Dark 

Northern 

Spring 



. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224 

. 224- 

. 228 

. 228 

. 228 

. 228 
228 
229 ©23014 
228 ©230 
228 ©230 
228J^@229 



230 



228 



230 
©232 

229" 



©229H 



230 



229 
231 



229 ©230 



jovernment basic prices from Jan. 1 to July 1 were as follows: 

No. 1 Red Winter 220 

No. 2 Red Winter 217 

No. 3 Red Winter 214 

No. 1 Hard Winter 220 

No. 2 Hard Winter 217 

No. 3 Hard Winter 214 

No. 1 Northern Spring 220 

No. 2 Northern Spring 217 

No. 3 Northern Spring 214 

No. 1 Dark Northern Soring 224 



1[Government basic prices from July 1 to Dec. 31 were as follows: 

No. 1 Red Winter 226 

No. 2 Red Winter 223 

No. 3 Red Winter 219 

No. 1 Hard Winter 226 

No. 2 Hard Winter 223 

No. 3 Hard Winter 219 

No. 1 Northern Spring 226 

No. 2 Northern Spring 223 

No. 3 Northern Spring 219 

No. 1 Dark Northern Spring 228 



Buyers could pay higher prices than the Government fixed price if they so desired. 



9 
WHEAT VALUES. 

Tfie following table exhibits the highest and lowest prices for {Contract) wheat (spot) 
at Chicago during each month from 1884 to 1918, inclusive. 



1884. . . 
1885... 
1886... 
1887... 
1888... 
1889... 
1890... 
1891... 
1893... 
1893. . . 
1894... 
1895... 
1896... 
1897. . . 
1898... 
1899... 
1900... 
1901... 
1903... 
1903... 
1904... 
1905... 
1906 .. 
1907... 
1908... 
1909... 
1910... 
1911. . . 
1912... 
1913... 
1914... 
1915... 
1916... 
1917... 
1918... 



January. 



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76 @ 811/4 

77 @ UU 
77H@ SOU 

92 @1 02"^ 
74V4@ 78"^ 

84/2® 90!^ 
73 ® 78»i 
5954® 63 
48%® 55 
55^® 68^ 

73 @ 81 
89^®l 10 
66!^® 76 
61%® 67% 
7196® 76% 

74 ® 8014 
703i@ 79J4 
81!4® 93'/2 
15!/2@1 21 
SlJi® 90 
71 @ 75J6 
91i4@l 03!4 
03^@1 11'/, 
10H@1 37% 
9314®! 13 
93%@1 14 
88'/s@l 15% 
88 @ 98H 
36%@1 54 
18?4m 3914 
64^@2 05 
17 CA2 30 



February. 



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78J^@ 81?» 
73M® KVi 
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93f4@l O8J4 
7414® 7314 
93H® 97!/, 
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51% 
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73!/s@ 
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72%® 
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86 ®1 10 
1 13!/,®! 24 
79H® 87 
72?S@ 87 
89K® 99% 
1 07H®1 24 
1 11%®! 37^ 
86 ®1 07 
95'4®1 15 
90y,®l 13 
891^® Ql^A 
1 45'/2@l 68 
1 09 ®l 38 

1 b\y2®-2 05 

2 17 ®3 30 



March. 



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93% 
79% 
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71%® 80ii 
71!'4® 7614 
96!i®l 04% 
76^4® 80'4 
94i4®l 03/, 
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59 %@ 
71 ® 

1 00 
66 

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73!4® 
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88»4@1 02% 

1 11 @1 ]8M 
74H@ 85V, 
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93 ®1 08 

1 mi®l 'Z6H 

1 13 @1 25 
84/,®! 03 
98%®1 15 
87!4@1 08 
89^® 97^ 

1 36i?i@l 65 
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1 73^@3 13 

3 17 @2 20 



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76 
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71 @ 
79%® 
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70 @ 
64 '4® 
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71%® 
85 '^@1 
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1 19 ®1 
1 06!>4®1 

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81% 

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90 

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88 

63% 

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71 

77!.J 

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67% 

74% 

76% 

79 

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19% 

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21 

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80 ® 


85% 


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53 @ 


595i 


60%® 


8156 


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17 ®1 85 


68%® 


79H 


63%® 


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70 @ 


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72%® 


7654 


74%® 


80% 


87%@1 06 


87 @l 13% 


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94% 


79 ®l 06 


98%@1 11 


26/2@l 54 


98 ®1 1954 


90U@1 06 


10%@1 22 


90/2®] 09% 


93 @1 OOJ^ 


35 @1 64i4 


05 ®1 26 


58 ®3 45 


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70%® 
64%® 
7854® 
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84 ® 
92 ®1 01^ 
78 @ 87% 
615i® 69 
5354® 6O54 
69 @ 81 
53%® 67 
67 @ 73 
75 @1 20 
71 5i® 7954 
65%® 87« 
65H@ 7754 
7154® 75% 
7454® 85% 
92 ®1 06 
94 @1 20 
81%@ 8954 
87 @1 05 
895i@l 12 

1 29 @1 60 
97%@1 14 
86 ®1 03 

1 06 @1 20 
91/2®1 08 
78M® 99 

1 11 @1 49 
98i4@l 18 

2 24 @3 10 

3 17 ®3 201 



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at Chicago during each month from 1884 to 1918, inclusive. 



1884 

laSo 

1886 

18.87 

1888 

1889 .... 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1903 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912.... 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917*. . 
1918* . . 



July. 



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67%® 
795«@ 
76%® 
85 @ 
84%® 
76 @ 
54%® 
50%® 
6154® 
5454® 
6854® 
65%® 
68%® 

74 @ 
635^® 
71H® 

75 @ 
9454®l 12 
86/,@l 20 
72!4® 85 
89 ®1 065^ 
84/2@l 19 

1 0654@l 40 
98/2@l 2954 
83^®1 0854 
9756®1 16 
84 ® 96 
77»4@1 09 

1 08/,®! 5334 

1 04 ®1 31% 

2 10 ®3 00 
2 23 @2 32 



84% 

90/2 

7954 

71k 

85/, 

85 

94 

94% 

80 

6654 

58% 

71/2 

625i 

78% 

8K 

75% 

81/, 

71% 

79 

84 



August. 



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83% 


78 ® 


89 


74 © 


78% 


66%® 


69% 


81/,® 


94 


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79 


8954@1 07% 


86%@1 13/, 


745i® 


80 


55/2® 


63% 


52 ® 


55% 


59 ® 


68% 


63 ® 


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65/2® 


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74 ^ 


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77%@1 15 


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89%@l 24 


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9856@1 


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95 ®1 11 


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85J4®! 27 


98 ®1 31 


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2 13 ®3 00 


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September. 



7354® 80 
76%® 86% 
7254® 77 
67%® 71% 
90 ®1 65 
75%® 83 
95/2@l 04% 
90%@1 00 
71%® 74% 
62%® 69% 
50%® 
5556® 
55 ® 
85 @1 00 
62%@ 68 
69%® 
72/2® 



54% 



70 



755^ 
79% 
71 

70 '® 95 
7454® 93 
0554®! 23 
78%® 95 
6956® 79 
91%@1 12 
95%®1 09 
0056®! 15 
95'/,®! 17 
8956®! 13 
9056@1 07 
88 ® 95/, 
00 ®1 33 
98 @1 1954 
40/,®! 71 /i 
17 ®2 30 
23 ®3 29 



October. 



! 70%® 74% 
8454® 91 V4 
69%® 74% 
6956® 72% 

1 02%®! 1754 
77%® 8254 
9656®! 03/, 
93/2® 99 
69V4® 
6054® 
50/2® 
57%® 
65/,® 
83 ® 
62 @ 
68/2® 
71%® 
66%® 
6754® 
76%® 

1 09%@1 22 
83%® 9314 
7! @ 73% 
91 /2@l 23 
9754®1 08 

103 ®!3156 
91 "4®! 14 
9454®t 17 
91 @1 11 
85 @ 9654 

1 01?4@1 17H 

1 00 ®1 20% 

1 57?^@3 02 

2 17 @2 30 
2 23 ®3 28 



74% 

66/, 

535< 

61% 

8154 

97 

7054 

74% 

77% 

71M 
75/, 

88 



November. 



i 7154® 74% 
8354® 90% 
73%® 76% 
7!%® 76% 

1 03/,®! 15 
78%® 81/, 
8754®! 01% 
9154® 96% 
69%@ 73 
58%® 63 
5154® 55% 
55%® 5854 
71 ® 94% 
86 ® 9854 
6454® 6954 
65 ® 7!!4 
69%® 74V4 
70 ® 73% 
69%® 77% 
75%® 86ii 

1 09%®! 20 
8356® 92 
71%® 74^ 
8856® 97 
9914®! 10 

1 0354®! 31 
8954®! 09 
9056®! 13 
85 @1 0~H 
88 ® 97 

1 IIH®! !8^ 

1 02 U®! 1434 

1 65 ®2 00 

2 17 ®2 20 
2 23 @2 29 



December. 



69%® 76% 
83%® 89 
75%® 7954 
75 @ 79!4 
9756®! 06% 
76%® 80 
87/,® 93% 
89%® - 
69 /,@ 
5956® 
52%@ 
54 ® 
74%® _, 
86 @1 06 
62:Ji@ 70 
64 ® 
6954® 
73 ® 
71%® 
77%® _ . 
1 0954®! 18X 
82V$® 90 
72%® 75 
93%®1 13 
1 05%@1 10 
1 06 ®1 2854 
90 @1 10 
91H®1 10 

85 @! \m 

89H@ 97^ 
1 !3J^®1 31 
! 06 @1 2854 

1 435^®! 90 

2 17 @2 20 

3 23 02 42 



9354 

73V4 

64^ 

57 

5954 

9354 



6954 
745^ 

79H 
775£ 
87 



-^Beginning September 7, minimum prices were fixed by the government. 



10 



CORN AND OATS. 

Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 1918, by routes. 





Corn 


Oats 




Received. 
Bu. 


Shipped. 
Bu. 


Received. 
Bu. 


Shipped. 
Bu. 


Lake 




3,042,000 




30,734,000 


Illinois & Michigan Canal 








Chicago & North Western Railway 


14,052,000 

25,998,000 

7,967,000 

8,180,000 

6,415,000 

8,768,000 

6,070,000 

10,670,000 

2,839,000 

3,429,000 

391,000 

426,000 

5,204,000 


2,122,000 
817,000 

1,606,000 
272,000 

1,378,000 

571,000 

710,000 

284,000 

17,000 


23,901,000 

19,728,000 

18,771,000 

18,168,000 

5,127,000 

5,597,000 

17,421,000 

6,715,000 

7,955,000 

4,117,000 

1,312,000 

1,546,000 

6,714,000 


202,666 


Illinois Central Railroad 


1,072,000 


Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 


169,000 


Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad 


120,000 
65,000 


Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 


84,000 


Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 

Wabash Railway (west of Chicago) 


222,000 
99,000 


Chicago Great Western Railroad 


11,000 


Atchison. ToDcka & Santa Fe Railwav. . . . . 




Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Stc. Marie Railway. . . 
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 


33,000 


16,000 


Eastern and Southeastern Lines 


29,025,666 


53,944,000 






Totals 


100,409,000 


39,877,000 


137,072,000 


86,738,000 



CORN AND OATS. 



Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 1918, by months. 



January 

February. . . . 

March 

AprU 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September.. . 

October 

November. . . 
December. . . 

Totals. 



Corn 



Received. 
Bu. 



5,797,000 

10,555,000 

14,045,000 

8,493,000 

5,894,000 

7,656,000 

10,007,000 

5,254,000 

9,530,000 

11,550,000 

6,139,000 

5,489,000 



100,409,000 



Shipped 
Bu. 



1,541,000 
2,612,000 
4,964,000 
2,925,000 
3,203,000 
2,370,000 
3,051,000 
2,728,000 
2,857,000 
5,084,000 
5,268,000 
3,274,000 



39,877,000 



Oats 



Received. 
Bu. 



5,682,000 

8,773,000 

9,699,000 

13,606,000 

9,030,000 

8,208,000 

13,521,000 

22,765,000 

11,417,000 

10,942,000 

10,957,000 

12,472,000 



137,072,000 



Shipped. 
Bu. 



3,423,000 
4,073,000 
5,934,000 
10,736,000 
7,436,000 
3,162,000 
8,099,000 
9,360,000 
8,730,000 
6,914,000 
9,435,000 
9,436,000 



86,738,000 



11 



PRICES OF CORN AND OATS BY SAMPLE. 

spot prices at Chicago for each week during 1918. 







CORN 


OATS 




No. 3 




No. 4 


No. 3 




No 4 




No. 3 


Standard 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 




Mixed 


] 


Mixed 


YeUow 


YeUow 




KTiite 




Wiite 


White 


White 


Jan... 


4 


@175 


170 


©173 




175 


©1771^ 






81Ji@83M 


81J^©82J^ 


mimm 


75 @80M 




11 


170 


155 


©167 


;;;;; m" 


163 


©175 




; m" 


80M©83 


81 ©83 


80M©82M 


75 ©81M 




18 


180 


153 


©160 


175 ©180 


160 


©175 




. 167 


81J^©82Ji 


8lHm2H 


80J^@82 


.... 80 




25 


166 @168 


153 


©160 


165 ©190 


150 


©170 


i62 


©180 


81}i@86 


82H®84H 


80H@85M 


79J^@84J^ 


Feb.'.; 


1 


160 @173 


155 


©170 


175 ©178 


154 


©170 


.... 


. 182 


86H@89 


S6i^@883^ 


85H@88}^ 


85}4mm 





8 


170 


162 


©170 


170 ©180 


165 


©180 






86 ©90 


87 ©90 


8554@89 


84M©87J^ 


.... 


15 




150 


©165 


170 ©175 


155 


©165 






84H@91 


85}^@90 


83Ji©89J^ 


84H©855i 




22 


170 @175 ' 


155 


©175 


165 ©185 


160 


©185 




; 2i6" 


89 ©96 


S9i^©95i4 


8 Vi.c^^hM 


S8 ©96 


March 


1 


165 


150 


©172 


170 ©190 


152 


©175 







90K©95 


91M©94J^ 


893^@94 


89 ©91Ji 




8 





160 


©175 


180 


160 


©178 





; 203" 


92 ©95J^ 


93H@96 


91}i@95 


89 ©951^ 


.... 


15 





155 


©177 


155 ©190 


135 


©175 






92Ji@96 


94 @96M 


90i^©95H 


91 ©941^ 


.... 


22 


160 @173 


140 


©150 


145 ©186 


130 


©171 






88 ©95H 


89l4@95y2 


86 ©95}i 


88J^©94Ji 




29 


150 @160 


150 


©160 


155 ©175 


150 


©170 


170 ' 


'©iss" 


91i^©95 


91M©96 


90}^©91M 


91 ©93 


April.. 


5 


170 @176?i 


127 


©161 


145 ©180 


125 


©167 


162 


©180 


90 ©94 


90)i©93 


89M@93M 


90M©92H 


.... 


12 


170 @175 


140 


©160 


165 ©177 


150 


©170 


170 


©180 


91 @93H 


91 ©94 


90M©93M 


86Ji©92 




19 


158 ©165 


141 


©150 


160 ©168 


140 


©155 




. 170 


87 @91J^ 


88Ji©91 


86J^@91 


86i^©90 




26 


160 @170 


145 


©159 


160 ©175 


146 


©160 


175' 


©182 


88Ji©89M 


88Ji©90M 


87}^©89Ji 


87 ©89}i 


May.. 


3 


150 @163 


145 


©155 


150 ©173 


140 


©162 


163 


©180 


79 ©87 


80 ©88 


78Ji©87i^ 






10 


155 ©162 


135 


©150 


153 ©165 


140 


©163 


178 


©181J^ 


75M©81 


76 mm 


74H©80>^ 


74J^©79M 


.... 


17 


160 ©161 


135 


©140 


145 ©165 


136 


©150 


162 


©170 


75 ©785i 


75J^©79 


745i©78J^ 


74 ©77Ji 


.... 


24 


155 ©164 


.... 


. 137M 


150 ©173 


135 


©150 


160 


©172 


76 ©81 


77 ©81 


74 ©mVi 


74H@78 




31 


165 


135 


©140 


155 ©169 


145 


©151 


160 


©173 


74 ©7734 


74 ©77M 


71J^©76>^ 


71 @73K 


June.. 


7 


140 ©156 


133 


©140 


155 ©164 


130 


©141 


150 


©168 


72 ©76}^ 


72Ji©76H 


71 @76M 


71Ji©76 


.... 


14 


152 ©155 


135 


©140 


158 ©168 


140 


©156 


160 


©178 


76M©79}i 


77 ©80 


755i©79 


75 ©78 


.... 


21 


155 ©162 


140 


©150 


155 ©168 


145 


©157 


170 


©184 


78 ©80 


78 ©80 


77 @79Ji 


76?4©78)i 


.... 


28 


152 ©168 


143 


©160 


162 ©175 


150 


©163 


180 


©190 


78Ji©80M 


78H©79?i 


77i^©80 


75J^@7852 


July... 


5 


160 ©168 


150 


©155 


166 ©172 


150 


©166 


183 


©190 


77M©80 


78H©79M 


77 ©79H 


76 ©78 


.... 


12 


150 ©180 


1.52i^©172 


170 ©188 


157 


©181 


198i^©212 1 


immwi 


78 mOH 


77M@79Ji 


75 ©78 


.... 


19 


170 ©175 


155 


©165 


165 ©176 


156 


©170 


190 


©207 


77 ©79 


n%@19 


77 @78M 


76Ji©77J^ 


.... 


26 


158 ©164 


153 


©155 


157 ©170 


151 


©163 


168 


©185 


76M©78i^ 


^m@^m 


76}i@77?i 


76J^@77j| 


Aug.. . 


2 


155 ©170 


157 


©164 


166 ©176 


155 


©167J^ 


173 


©194 


71 ©77M 


71>^©77M 


70 ©771^ 


70H©76M 


.... 


9 


163 ©172 


158 


©162 


167 ©180 


157 


©175 


180 


©193 


68?i©71i^ 


69 ©72 


68 ©70 


68 ©69 


.... 


16 


173 ©177 


160 


©170 


178 ©187 


174 


©178 


188 


©196 


67 ©70 


67J^©70}^ 


66Ji©69?i 


66M©69M 
70 ©72M 




23 


165 ©170 


160 


©166 


175 ©185 


167 


©176 


185 


©199 


70 ©733^ 


70M©73M 


69M@73Ji 


.... 


30 


160 


.... 


. 160 


155 ©175 


153 


©167 


170 


©178 


69M©71^ 


70M©71?i 


6SH@n}4 


67 ©71 


Sept... 


6 


156 ©158 


148 


©150 


155 ©175 


145 


©165 


155 


©177 


69 ©72 


69>i©71 


68H©71}i 


66 ©70J^ 


.... 


13 


151 ©158 


151 


©157 


157 ©168 


152 


©163 


175 


©185 


69i^@71M 


70 ©711^ 


68i^©71J4 


66 ©70Ji 


.... 


20 


155 ©158 


153 


@155K 


155 ©165 


145 


©160 


175 


©187 


70>^©74i^ 


72 ©74 


70y2@7i}/i 


69i^@73 




27 


144 ©152 


142 


©150 


150 ©160 


140 


©155 


163 


©176 


73Ji@75?4 


74 @75Ji 


12%@,7h]4 


70 ©73J^ 


Oct!;; 


4 


140 ©143 


130 


©135 


138 ©155 


133 


©150 


145 


©160 


69M@74Ji 


71 ©72M 


68M@74 


68 @72Ji 




11 


130 ©135 


120 


©130 


135 ©150 


120 


©145 


130 


©148 


66?^©73 


68}^©73H 


66 ©73 


64M@71 


.... 


18 


127 ©131 


120 


©131 


133 ©145 


120 


©136 


135 


©142 


66H©71 


67 ©70 


65Si©70}^ 


64 ©69 


.... 


25 


133 ©135 


125 


©128 


130 ©148 


124 


©140 


140 


©150 


67 ©72 


69 @71J^ 


66 ©71J^ 


6534©70Ji 


Nov... 


1 


120 ©131 


120 


©132 


133 ©149 


123 


©140 


132 


©150 


67>i©72 


68K@73 


66K©713i 


65Ji@70 


.... 


8 


122 ©123 


120 


©122 


122 ©133 


118 


©127 


128 


©141 


66Ji©73 


.... 12% 


66 ®12y. 


64 ©70J^ 




15 


123 ©125 


121 


©124 


125 ©136 


120 


©127 


125 


©128 


71H©73i^ 


7254@73H 


69Ji©72>i 


65i^©71Ji 


.... 


22 


132 


122 


©136 


135 ©150 


128 


©145 


137 


©140 


73M©76Ji 


74M©77 


73 ©76 


71Ji@75 




29 


130 ©135 


135 


©136 


137 ©145 


132 


©141 




. 137 


12%@1&% 


74?i©765i 


71 ©75}^ 


65 @745i 


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6 


136 ©152 


134 


©149 


137 ©153 


133 


©150 


136' 


©150 


73H©77M 


74 ©77 


72M@75J^ 


71 ©74J^ 


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13 


135 ©145 


131 


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138 ©152 


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©148 


136 


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73 ©76 


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70 ©74J^ 


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137 


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71M©76 


72>^@75H 


71 @74J^ 


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14 



SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, SPRING 

Comparative statement showing the current spot prices of these products in the Chicago 

SPRING WHEAT FLOUE, PER BARREL. 

Good to choice. 



1912. 



1913. 



1914. 



1915. 



1916. 



1917. 



1918. 



January. . 

February. , 

f» 

March 

h*' 

April , 

k «? 

May 

*w 

June 

ia». 

July 

t^^ 

August 

P^^' 

September, 

October.... 

*»*¥■ 

November. 

December. 



45@6 00 
40@6 00 
40@6 20 
50@6 00 
40@6 00 
50@5 80 
50@5 80 
90@6 10 
60@6 30 
00@6 50 
90@6 50 
85@6 50 
80@6 50 
60@6 10 
60@5 90 
00@5 80 
20@5 70 
00@5 70 
00@5 50 
00®5 30 
00@5 20 
90@5 20 
30@5 90 
25@5 80 



90@5 10 
90@5 10 
90@5 lb 
90@5 10 
00@5 10 
00®5 5» 
90@5 10 
00@5 30 
00@5 50 
00@5 50 
15@5 50 
15@5 50 
15@5 50 
15@5 50 
15@5 40 
15@5 40 
80@5 10 
90@5 30 
80@5 30 
75@5 20 
70@5 15 
70@5 15 
90@5 10 
80@5 00 



30@5 30 
30@5 30 
30@5 30 
30@5 30 
35@5 50 
35@5 50 
35@5 50 
35@5 10 
35@5 20 
35@5 30 
35@5 30 
10@5 10 
10@5 10 
10@5 10 
10@5 50 
80@6 30 
10@6 90 
10@6 90 
10@6 20 
15@6 20 
25@6 25 
10@6 20 
10@6 40 
70@5 15 



80@7 00 
90@7 40 
80@7 60 
20@7 80 
00@7 80 
90@8 00 
00@7 80 
25@8 10 
25@8 30 
10@8 30 
80@8 30 
90@6 90 
60@7 10 
70@7 30 
90@7 50 
70@7 50 
15@8 30 
00@5 90 
00@6 10 
00@6 30 
75@6 30 
65@6 30 
70@6 10 
20@6 40 



25® 
25® 
00® 
80® 
50® 
25® 
10® 
50® 
50® 
50® 
50® 



90 

10 

50 

50 

50 

70 

50 

6 70 

6 70 

6 70 

6 70 



50® 6 70 
80® 6 30 
90® 6 70 
00® 7 30 
90® 8 30 
75® 8 90 
75® 8 90 
30® 9 10 
65® 9 30 
90®10 30 
90® 8 30 
60® 9 60 
80® 9 50 



6 90® 9 
6 90®10 
6 00® 9 
6 20® 9 
6 10® 10 
6 25@10 
6 20®10 
6 25@12 
9 25®16 
9 00®16 
9 00@15 
9 00@15 
8 50®13 
8 50® 12 



00®14 
00® 12 
00® 12 
20® 12 
20®11 
20®11 
00@10 
00®10 
00®10 
50@10 



9 90@10 25 
10 10®10 35 
10 60@10 90 

10 50@11 10 

11 00®11 25 
11 20@11 75 
10 40®11 00 
10 50@10 75 
10 50@11 25 
10 50® 11 25 
10 25@11 50 
10 20@10 80 
10 20@10 80 
10 50@10 90 
10 75@11 20 
10 66@10 80 
10 55@10 75 
10 25@10 55 
10 25®10 55 
10 20®10 45 

9 80@10 35 
10 20®10 45 
10 30®10 70 
10 30@10 70 



Ne. 1 NORTHERN SPRING WHEAT, PER BUSHEL. 



1912. 



1913. 



1914. 



1915. 



1916. 



1917. 



• 
1918. 



January 

February — 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July.'.'.'.'.'.;;; 

August 

September. . . 

October 

November. . . 
December 



07 
08 
11 
10 
10 
08 
09 
12 
18 
15 
16 
14 
13 
08 
05 
98 
93 

92K@ 
91 ® 

93H@ 

86H@ 
85 ® 
87 ® 



@1 10 
®1 10 
®1 13 
®1 13 
®1 13 
@1 11 
®1 13 
®1 15 
@1 21 
@1 20 
®1 19 
@1 16 
@1 16 
®1 12 
@1 11 
®1 05 
® 97 
' 95 

^m 

94M 

92 

88 

86 

88 



89 ®90 
91 ®93 
91H@93 
91 ®92 
91 @92K 
87Ji@88}i 

90 miH 

93}^@94J^ 

91 ®92 

93 @94H 

94 ®96 
91J^@95 
89Ji®92 
90)^®92J^ 
91K@933^ 

92 @93 
92}4®93 
88J^@89H 
8534@86i^ 
90 ®90i^ 
89H@91 
89H®90>^ 
91^@92^ 



90^@ 
91J4® 
9VA@ 

95 ® 
96J^® 
95H@ 
94M@ 
95M@ 

96 ® 
98 ® 
96»^@ 
96 @ 



91?il 

92 il 
921^1 

96 ll 
97?^ 1 
961^1 
94J^1 
96^1 

97 ll 
99H1 
97J^1 



90 

99 

1 12 

1 24 



@ 

@ 

®1 

@1 

@1 



1 14H®1 
1 06^®1 
1 12i^@l 
1 15 @1 
1 15 @1 
1 15 ®] 
1 20 @1 



97 
90 
91 
00 
14 
26 
16 
08 

im 

16J^ 
22 



28 @1 

41 @1 

55 ®1 

60 @1 

47 @1 

60 @1 
54 ®1 

61 @1 
6VAm 
52 ®1 
45 ®1 
2414®1 
33 ®1 
43 @1 



30 

44 J^ 

59 

64 

62 

62>^ 

56 

66J^ 

64H 

56H 

48 

30^ 

38}^ 

49 



08 @1 
07}^®1 
00 @1 
12 @1 
02i^@l 
05H@1 
06 @1 

16M@1 



13 
13 
04 

15^2 

07 

09M 



26i^@l 
34M@1 
33 @1 
14Ji@l 
16M®1 
21J^®1 
20Ji@l 
21}^®1 
22 @1 

12 ®1 
.... 1 
10 ®1 

13 ®1 
263^@1 
46i^@l 
50 @1 
57 @1 
64 @1 
67 @1 

88M@1 
81 @1 
73»^®1 
61 @1 



22yi 



36 
35 
17M 

22K 

25 

25>^ 

151^ 

03H 

liH 

U% 

32H 

52}^ 

56 

63J^ 

71M 

72 

98 

98 

81J^ 

74}^ 



1 80J^@1 93 
1 93 @2 00 
1 64 ®1 75 
1 77J^@1 85 
1 88 @1 96 

1 88 ®1 94 

2 05H®2 14J^ 
2 40 @2 54^ 
2 65 @2 86 

2 95 
2 58"®2 71 
2 86 ®2 88 
2 31 @2 40 
2 38 @2 40 
2 90 @2 95 
2 30 @2 45 
2 20 ®2 30 
.... 2 20 
.... 2 20 
.... 2 20 
.... 2 20 
.... 2 20 
.... 2 20 
.... 2 20 



2 20 
2 20 
2 20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 



28®2 31 
26@2 28 
26@2 27 
27@2 27J^ 
26@2 26^ 
. . 2 241^ 
'i6@2 27 



26@2 27yi 
28@2 29 



^Fixed by Government. 



15 



WHEAT, CORN AND OATS. 

Market on the first and sixteenth days of each month for seven years. 

CORN, PER BUSHEL. 



January... 
February . 



March . 



April. 
May . 
June . 
July.! 



1 
16 

1 
16 

1 

li; 

1 
K 

1 
1(5 

] 
1() 

] 

1(. 
August ! 1 

111! 

September, 



October , 



November . 



December . 



1912. 
Contract. 



69 @70 

69 @70 

64^@65 

64Vi@65 

67 ©6714 

66»4@67>4 

74H@75 

77!/s®78 

80ii@805i 

77 @77'/3 

73^@74 

74 ©7434 

73i4@735^ 

74 @74!4 

77H@78 

78«®78^ 

68M@6SJ4 

68%@69 



58i4@58J£ 
57>^@58 
50 @51 
48V4®53 



1913. 
Contract. 



46^®47 
50 @50!4 

49 ®49^ 
49i4@50 
50i4@505i 

50 ®bO>^ 
54 @54H 
55H@56 
56?4@57 
56 ®56ii 
58J4®58Vi 
62?i@63 
60i4®60M 
6l^®61?i 
669i®68% 
74J4@75H 
75?i®76 

71}4@71H 
68^@68?£ 
72!4®735£ 
73>i®73^ 
73 ®73J6 
70 ®71 



1914. 
Contract. 



1915. 
Contract. 



65i4®66 
62i4®63^ I 
62i4®63 
61J6®62J2 
63%@64 
65 ®65i^ 
6o3ii®67 
67 ®67^ 
67 @67H 
72 @72^ 

70 ®70>6 

71 ®71^ 
68H®69 

74 @74H 
81 ®81i4 
79 @79>4 
78J4@7Sii 

72 @72H 
72}6®725i 

75 @75H 
67i4@74^ 
63^®64 
63^®63^ 



6834®68?4 
72H@72|4 
77J^®78 
76 ©7634 
70 ® 70 1/4 
73i4®74 
72 ©72y, 
75^@76 
78H®79 



77?i®75i4 

75Ji®76 

ra%®76 

78^@79 

79i4@793i 

78 ©78 ^ 

75i4@75?i 

75 ©75 H 

63>4®63 

66V4@67 



62 ©64 
69^®695^ 
.... 72H 



1916. 
Contract. 



.... 7314 
76 @ 76Hi 
7814® 79 
.... 78 

■ • • ■ 74 /5 

745i@ 77 
75 @79 
761^® 76H 
78 ® 78 '/i 
7554® 755S 
69)i@ 693i 
74 @ 75 
78 @ 7854 
8034® 80?£ 

82 @ 82H 

83 ® 83^ 
85»^@ 86 
8656® 86% 
.... 88?i 

@ 90^ 
®104 
®107 
® 90H 
® 92H 



90 

103 

103 

90 

93 



1917. 
Contract. 



93M@ 93M 
981^® 98»^ 
97 @ 97M 
101i4@101M 
102H®]03 
108 @108>i 
123 @123i^ 
149J4@150 
152H@153J^ 
166 ©167 
158 @158}^ 
171H@172 
177H@178 

194 @194H 
231M@232 

195 @197 
195 

209"@210 

196 @197 
190 ©191 
216 ©217 
225 ©229 
180 ©182 
165 ©170 



1918. 
Contract. 



1 80 
1 75 
1 75 
1 70 
1 70 
1 70 
1 65 
1 60 
1 60 
1 60 
1 50 
1 60 
1 60 
1 65 
1 65 
1 75 
1 55 
1 60 
1 35 
1 35 
1 35 
1 35 
1 35 
1 40 



©1 85 
©1 80 
@1 80 
©1 75 
©1 75 
@1 75 
©1 70 
©1 65 
©1 65 
@] 65 
©1 55 
©1 65 
©1 65 
©1 70 
©1 70 
©1 80 
@1 60 
©1 65 
©1 40 
©1 40 
©1 40 
©1 40 
©1 40 
©1 45 



OATS, PER BUSHEL. 



1912. 
Contract. 



January... 
February . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September 

October 

November 
December. 



1! 
lii' 

til 

li 
It) 

1 
16 

1 
16 

1 
16 

1 
10 

1 
16 

16 
1 

16 
1 

16 
1 

16 



45?^ 
4934 
5334 
5234 
53 
52^ 
54% 
56^4 
56^ 
5336 
50 ^^ 
50% 
i8% 
4534 
315i 
32^ 
31 

333i 
31 
3214 
31^ 
^0% 
3134 
3234®3296 



1913. 
Contract. 



32% 

. 3234 

. 32% 

. 32% 

. 3334 

. 31% 

. 34 

. 34% 

. 355i 

. 3734 

. 39% 
41%®433i 

. 4094 

. 37% 

. 4034 

. 423^ 

. 41% 

. 423i 

. 4034 

. 37 

. 385i 

. 39H 

. 379^ 

. 39% 



1914. 
Contract. 



.... 383i 

.... 37^ 

.... 39 

.... mi 

.... 3934 

... 38% 

.... 3834 

.... 37% 

.... 37 

.... 40% 
3936®39% 

.... 3934 

.... 36% 

.... 37 
36->4®;i7 

.... 40 

.... 48 

.... 47% 

.... 44% 

.... 46 

.... 4736 

.... 4834 

... 48H 
47%®4834 



1915. 
Contract. 



. 5034 

. 53% 

. 5934 

. 59% 

. 53% 

. 59% 

. 56% 

- 5734 

. 56 

. 53 

. 4934 

, 48% 

49>^50 

. 54% 

. 53 

. 46 

. 35H 

36J^@37J4 



39% 
3734 
37% 
42^ 
42% 



1916. 
Contract. 



.... 4314 
.... 49 
.... 4934 
49 ©5034 
42 ©43 
46%©47 
4634@47 
4534@46^ 
46%®46% 
47?i@47% 
40 ©4034 
.... 37% 
.... 38% 
.... 41% 
.... 41 
.... 43 

44% 
44K2@44% 
.... 46% 
.... 43J6 
.... 53 
.... 561/4 
.... 51% 
.... 4934 



1917. 
Contract. 



53^2 

56^ 

51M 

555^ 

56 

56 Ji 

64 

673^ 

6754 

71 

62 

69 

703^ 

73 

79 

62 

56H 

58J4 

58^ 

583^ 

58^ 

65^ 

70H 

75H 



1918. 
Contract. 



693^® 



79 

78^ 

81M 

86 

89J^ 

84^^ 



87H 
78% 

75M 

71 

7714 

72ys 

76H 

71 

69J4 

70J4 

71?^ 

70 

675^ 

67M 

75% 
73ys 
71Ji 



16 



RYE AND BARLEY. 



Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 1918, by routes. 



\ 





Rye 


Barlet 




Received. 
Bu. 


Shipped. 
Bu. 


Received. 
Bu. 


Shipped. 
Bu. 


Lake , . 




1,402,000 




210.000 


Illinois & Alichisan Canal. . . 








Chicago & North Western Railway 

Illinois Central Railroad ... 


748,000 

152,000 

330,000 

983,000 

111,000 

100,000 

486,000 

207,000 

118,000 

136,000 

80,000 

14,000 

1,015,000 


162,000 
31,000 


6,152,000 

910,000 

2,209,000 

1,533,000 

98,000 

49,000 

3,802,000 

133,000 

2,143,000 

84,000 

1,171,000 

115,000 

135,000 


113,000 
57,000 


Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 


16,000 


Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad 


48,000 

1,000 

17,000 

58,000 

1,000 


22,000 
19,000 


Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 


44,000 


Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 


121,000 




24,000 


Chicago Great Western Railroad 


4,000 








Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway.. . 


2,000 


20,000 




894,000 


4,000,000 






Totals 


4,480,000 


2,616,000 


18,534,000 


4,650,000 



RYE AND BARLEY. 



Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 1918, by months. 



January 

February. . . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September.. . 

October 

November. . . 
December. .. 

Totals. 



Rye 



Received. 
Bu. 



148,000 
185,000 
482,000 
234,000 
146,000 
112,000 
171,000 
694,000 
612,000 
344,000 
730,000 
622,000 



4,480,000 



Shipped. 
Bu. 



89,000 

83,000 

201,000 

122,000 

106,000 

40.000 

78,000 

420,000 

135,000 

749,000 

531,000 

62,000 



2,616,000 



BiP.LE? 



Received. 
Bu. 



1,287,000 
1,805,000 
2,245,000 
1,198,000 
1,338,000 
1,095,000 
475,000 
1,365,000 
1,183,000 
2,401,000 
1,876,000. 
2,266,000 



18,534,000 



Shipped. 
Bu. 



378,000 
562,000 
971,000 
592,000 
233,000 
lb3,000 
109,000 
130,000 
181,000 
291,000 
553,000 
487,000 



4,650,000 



17 



SPOT PRICES OF RYE AND BARLEY. 



Range of prices during each week in 1918. 





No. 2, 

RYE, 

By Sample. 


Fair to Fancy, 
BARLEY, 
By Sample. 




4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 


1 82 ©1 84 
1 83 ©1 85 
1 84 ©1 90 

1 91 ©2 00 

2 00 ©2 18 
2 15 ©2 20 
2 17 ©2 21 
2 21 ©2 45 
2 47 ©2 75 
2 76 ©2 95 
2 85 ©2 91 
2 80 ©2 87 

2 88 ©2 92U 
2 80 ©2 92 
2 65 ©2 80 
2 40 ©2 64 
2 50 ©2 55 
2 57 ©2 62 
2 25 ©2 57 
2 02 ©2 10 
2 00 ©2 05 
1 90 ©1 91 
1 70 ©1 90 
1 90 ©2 00 
1 96 ©1 98 
1 73 ©1 95 
1 70 ©1 75 ' 
1 72 ©1 85 
1 78 ©1 85 
1 65 ©1 78 
1 60 ©1 66 
1 56 ©1 60 
1 55 ©1 57J^ 
1 56M©1 79 
1 65 ©1 71 
1 65 ©1 68 
1 63H@1 67 
1 60 ©1 64 
1 58 ©1 61J4 
1 60 ©1 63 
1 62 ©1 63 
1 62 ©1 64 
1 62 ©1 63 
1 61 ©1 63 
1 61}^@1 62 
1 60 ©1 63 
1 64 ©1 75J^ 
1 60H©1 65 
1 61 ©1 64 
1 62 ©1 63J4 
1 53 ©1 62}^ 
1 62 ©1 62H 


1 43 ©1 57 




1 50 ©1 59 




1 50 ©1 59 




1 50 ©1 60 


February 


1 53 ©1 75 




1 64 ©1 87 




1 80 ©1 92 




1 82 ©2 00 




1 91 @2 20 




2 08 ©2 42 




2 11 ©2 43 




1 87 ©2 12 




1 76 ©2 10 


April 


1 76 ©1 98 




1 61 ©1 95 




1 61 ©1 78 




1 61 ©1 85 


May . 


1 64 ©1 86 




1 47 ©1 76 




1 33 ©1 67 




1 36 ©1 53 




1 14 ©1 48 


June 


1 14 ©1 45 




1 15 ©1 50 




1 16 ©1 35 




1 06 ©1 25 


July 


1 10 ©1 20 




1 10 ©1 28 




1 15 ©1 25 




1 05 @1 20 


August. ... ... 


1 00 ©1 12 




90 ©1 02 




90 ©1 05 




97 ©1 15 




95 ©1 15 


September 


93 ©1 10 




93 ©1 04 




90 @1 04 




95 ©1 05 


October 


90 ©1 05 




85 ©1 05 




85 ©1 01 




85 ©1 02 


November 


80 ©1 02 




80 ©1 01 




85 ©1 05 




90 ©1 09 




90 ©1 05 


December 


88 ©1 03 




90 ©1 06 




88 ©1 04 




90 ©1 03 







18 



FLOUR AND GRAIN, 



The following shows the aggregate annual receipts of Hour and grain of all kinds, at 
Chicago; also the quantity of flour manufactured in the city for each year since 
1855: 





Flour 














Total 
receipts. 




manufac- 


Flour 


^\^leat 


Com 


Oats 


Rye 


Barley 


Flour 




ttired in 


received. 


received. 


received. 


received. 


received. 


received. 


reduced 




this city. 


Brls. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


to Wheat, 




Brls. 














Bu. 


1855... 


79,650 


240,662 


7,535,097 


8,532,377 


2,947,188 


68,166 


201.895 


20,367,702 


1856... 


86,068 


324,921 


8,767,760 


11,888,398 


2,219,987 


45,707 


128.457 


24,512,454 


1857... 


96,000 


393,934 


10,554,761 


7,409,000 


1,707,245 


87,711 


127.689 


21,659,109 


1858... 


140,403 


522,137 


9.639,614 


8,252,641 


2,883,597 


71,012 


413,812 


23,610,293 


1859... 


161,500 


723,321 


8,060,766 


5,401,870 


1,757,696 


231,514 


652,696 


19,372,986 


1860. . . 


232,000 


713,348 


14,927,083 


15,862,394 


2,198,889 


318,976 


617,619 


37,235,027 


1861... 


291,852 


1,479,284 


17,385,002 


28,369,989 


2,067,018 


490,989 


457,589 


53.427,365 


1862. . . 


260,980 


1,666,391 


13,978,116 


29,574,328 


4,688,722 


1,038,825 


872,053 


57,650,804 


1863... 


236,261 


1,424,206 


11,408,161 


26.611,653 


11.086.131 


865,508 


1,280,342 


57,660,722 


1864... 


255,056 


1,205,698 


12,184,977 


13.807.745 


16.351.616 


1,060,116 


1,018,813 


49,848,908 


1865... 


288,820 


1,134,100 


9,266,410 


25,952,201 


11.659.080 


1,194,834 


1,774,139 


54.950,114 


1866... 


445,522 


1.847,145 


11,978,753 


33,543,061 


11,140,264 


1,679,541 


1,742,652 


68.396,423 


1867... 


574,096 


1,720,001 


13,695,244 


22,772,715 


12,355,006 


1,291,821 


2,360,984 


60,215,774 


1868... 


732,479 


2,192,413 


14,772,094 


25,570.494 


16,032,910 


1,523,820 


1,915,056 


39,680,233 


1869. . . 


543,285 


2,218,822 


16,876.760 


23,475,800 


10,611,940 


955,201 


1,513.110 


63,417,510 


1870. . . 


443,967 


1,766,037 


17,394,409 


20.189.775 


10,472,078 


1,093,493 


3,335,653 


60,432,574 


1871... 


327,739 


1,412.177 


14,439,656 


41.853.138 


14,789,414 


2,011,788 


4,069,410 


83,518,202 


1872... 


186,968 


1,532,014 


12,724,141 


47.366.087 


15,061.715 


1,129,086 


5,251,750 


88,426,842 


1873... 


264,363 


2,487.376 


26,266,562 


38.157,232 


17.888.724 


1,189,464 


4,240,239 


98,935,413 


1874... 


244,667 


2,666,679 


29,764,622 


35.799.638 


13.901.235 


791.182 


3,354,981 


95,611,713 


1875... 


249,653 


2,625,883 


24,206,370 


28,341.150 


12,916,428 


699.583 


3,107,297 


81,087.302 


1876... 


271,074 


2,955,197 


13,574,058 


48,668,640 


13,030,121 


1,447,917 


4,716,360 


97.735.482 


1877... 


293,244 


2,691,142 


14,164,515 


47,915,728 


13,503.773 


1,728,865 


4,990,379 


94.416,399 


1878... 


308,284 


3,030,562 


29,713,577 


63,651.518 


18,839.297 


2,490,615 


5,754,059 


134,086.595 


1879... 


285,904 


3.369,958 


34,106,109 


64.339,321 


16,660,428 


2,497,340 


4,936,562 


137,704,571 


1880. . . 


196,041 


3,215,389 


23,541,607 


97,272,844 


23,490,915 


1,869,218 


5,211,536 


165,855,370 


1881... 


238,200 


4,815,239 


14,824,990 


78,393,315 


24,861,538 


1,363,552 


5,695,358 


146,807,329 


1882. . . 


300,358 


4,179,912 


23,008,596 


49.061.755 


26,802,872 


1,984,516 


6,488,140 


126,155.483 


1883... 


294,720 


4,295,515 


20,364,155 


74,412,319 


36,502,283 


5,484,259 


8,831,899 


164,924,732 


1884... 


535,841 


4,960,830 


26,397.587 


59,580,445 


40,082,362 


3,327.516 


7,849.829 


159,561,474 


1885... 


575,165 


5,385,772 


18,909,717 


62,930,897 


37.678.753 


1.892.760 


10,760,127 


156.408,228 


1886... 


494,789 


4,139,165 


16,771,743 


62,861,594 


39,976,215 


956,247 


12,740,953 


151,932.995 


1887... 


514,870 


6,873,544 


21,848,251 


51,578,410 


45,750,842 


852,726 


12,476,547 


163.437.724 


1888... 


435,110 


6,133,608 


13,438.069 


74,208,908 


52,184,878 


2,767,571 


12,387,526 


182,588,188 


1889... 


431,000 


4.410.535 


18,762,646 


79.920.691 


49,901,942 


2,605,984 


12.524,538 


183,583,203 


1890. . . 


430,609 


4,358,058 


14,248,770 


91,387,754 


75,150,249 


3,520,508 


15,133,971 


219,052,518 


1891... 


578,180 


4,516,617 


42,931,258 


72,770,304 


74,402,413 


9,164,198 


12,228,480 


231,821,430 


1892... 


542,000 


5,919,343 


50,234,556 


78,510,385 


79,827,985 


3,633,308 


16,989.278 


255,832,556 


1893... 


455,469 


4,664,424 


35,355,101 


91,255,154 


84,289,886 


1.707.072 


13,345.845 


246,942,966 


1894... 


444,000 


4,223.182 


25,665,902 


64,951,815 


63.144,885 


1.368.157 


13,418.391 


187,553.469 


1895. . . 


751,501 


3,005,460 


20,637,642 


59,527,718 


79,890,792 


1,657,216 


14.194,881 


189,432,819 


1896... 


928,283 


2,531,995 


19,933,402 


92,722,348 


109,725,689 


2,530,336 


17,496,381 


253,802,134 


1897... 


1,188,126 


2,947,005 


28,087,147 


116,747,389 


118,086,662 


3,388,651 


17,195,744 


296,767,116 


1898. . . 


1,037,442 


5,316,195 


35,741,556 


127,426,374 


110,293,647 


4,935,308 


18,116,594 


320.436,357 


1899... 


1,125.745 


5,890,139 


30,971,547 


133,776,350 


110,775,732 


2,793,473 


15,847,710 


320.670,441 


1900. . . 


1,274,776 


9,313,591 


48,048,298 


134,663,456 


105,226,761 


1,973,701 


17,813,919 


349,637,295 


1901... 


1,280,000 


10,232,285 


51,197,870 


84,136,637 


90,632,152 


3,244,324 


15,996,670 


291,252,936 


1902... 


1,262,224 


7,395,207 


37,940.953 


50,622,907 


78,879,800 


3,170,541 


14,923,173 


218,815,806 


1903... 


838,878 


7,760,227 


27.124.585 


98,545,534 


88,588,386 


3,015,149 


23,273,519 


275,468,195 


1904... 


750,000 


8,839,220 


24,457,347 


100,543,207 


73,023,119 


2,379,367 


25,316,917 


265.496,447 


1905... 


975,000 


7,944,955 


28,899,012 


110,823,444 


92,486,761 


2,392,444 


28,074,142 


296,428,100 


1906... 


960,000 


9,059,329 


28,249,475 


98,896,563 


89,912,881 


2,194,875 


20,811,432 


280,832,207 


1907... 


1,000,000 


9,435,311 


24,943,690 


125,159,932 


93,906,776 


2,458,590 


18,318,253 


307,246,141 


1908... 


850,000 


9,496,037 


21.168,442 


91,169,147 


92,529,017 


1,646,118 


23,696,615 


272,941,506 


1909... 


1,058,000 


8,526,207 


26,985,112 


90,894,920 


87,884,238 


1,426,350 


27,061,614 


272,620,166 


1910... 


1,090,000 


8,006,283 


27,540,100 


102,592,850 


101,859,000 


1.153,500 


25,685,000 


294,858,724 


1911... 


1,027,900 


5,859,396 


37,118,100 


108,550,500 


94,099,800 


1,790,200 


23,342,100 


291,267,982 


1912... 


1,108,000 


7,070,898 


35,914,000 


112,690,000 


118,491,300 


2,798,500 


20,355,200 


322,008,041 


1913... 


1,028,000 


10,268,000 


50,372,000 


127,773,000 


124,405,000 


3,075,000 


31,663,000 


383,494,000 


1914... 


1,083,000 


9,709,000 


99.290,000 


106,600,000 


138,400,000 


3,432.000 


25,460,000 


416,872,500 


1915... 


1,155,000 


9,063,000 


70,704,000 


95,357,000 


133,475,000 


4,648.000 


26,167,000 


371.135,000 


1916... 


1,235,000 


9,353,000 


74,944,000 


102.376,000 


161,244,000 


5,601,000 


34,526,000 


420.780,000 


1917... 


1,168,000 


9,678,000 


31,751,000 


70,854,000 


125,910,000 


4,541,000 


22,348,000 


298,955,000 


1918... 


1,148,000 


8,914,000 


89,610,000 


100,409,000 


137.072,000 


4,480.000 


18,534.000 


370,218,000 



19 



FLOUR AND GRAIN. 

The following table shows the aggregate annual shipment of flour and all kinds of 
grain since 1855: 





Flour 
Brls. 


Wheat 
Bu. 


Com 
Bu. 


Oats 
Bu. 


Rye 
Bu. 


Barley 
Bu. 


Totals 

Flour reduced 

to bu. 


1855 


163,419 
216,389 
259,648 
470,402 
686,351 
698,132 
1,603,920 
1,739,849 
1,522,085 
1,285,343 
1,293,428 
1,981,525 
2,015,455 
2,399,619 
2,339,063 
1,705,977 
1,287,574 
1,361.328 
2,303.490 
2,306,576 
2,285,113 
2,634.838 
2,482,305 
2,779.640 
3,090,540 
2,862,737 
4,499,743 
3,843,067 
3,999,431 
4,808.884 
5.240.199 
3.778,227 
6,391,368 
5,492,100 
3,916,454 
4,134,586 
4.048,129 
5,710,620 
4,105,117 
3,714,007 
2,532.000 
2,854,832 
2,736,211 
5.032,236 
5,421,548 
7.396,697 
7.939.149 
5,839,441 
5,834,871 
7,267,896 
7,361,867 
8,199,628 
9.231.693 
9.180,355 
8.316,943 
7,038,351 
5.781.092 
6.268.876 
6,190.000 
7,443,000 
7,674,000 
8,332,000 
8,383,000 
6,436.000 


6,298.155 
8.364,420 
9,846,052 
8,850,257 
7,166.696 
12,402,197 
15,835,953 
13,808,898 
10,793,295 
10,250,026 
7,614,887 
10,118,907 
10,557,123 
10,374,683 
13,244,249 
16,432,585 
12,905,449 
12,160,043 
24,455,657 
27,634,587 
23,184,349 
14,361.950 
14,909,160 
24,211,739 
31,008,789 
22,796,288 
17,127,540 
19,767,884 
11.728,754 
21,048,577 
13.975,032 
15,750,129 
26,850,750 
12,009,269 
16,138,825 
11,975.276 
38,990,169 
43,833.795 
24.715.738 
18.213,443 
22,775,780 
25,888.647 
26,669,466 
38,094,894 
10,784,168 
36,649,956 
45,521.951 
30.218,807 
24,369.548 
17,957,416 
13,922,714 
16.788,573 
24.314,892 
22,579,044 
23.484.171 
18.679.100 
23.339,500 
35,726,100 
45,999,000 
85.468,000 
55,576,000 
61,187,000 
24.047,000 
49,948.000 


7,517,625 
11,129.668 
6,814,615 
7.726,264 
4,349,360 
13,700,113 
24,372,725 
29,452,610 
25,051,450 
12,235,452 
25,437,241 
32,753,181 
21,267,205 
24,770,626 
21,588,808 
17,777,377 
36,718,030 
47,013,552 
36,754,943 
32,705,224 
28,443,884 
45,829,035 
46,381,901 
59,944,200 
81,299,376 
93,572,934 
75,463,213 
49,073,609 
71,666,508 
53,274,050 
58,805,587 
68,378,478 
50,467,814 
69.522.585 
83.861,818 
90,574,379 
83,578,300 
66,104,220 
78,919,781 
54,528,482 
59,964,265 
87,713,321 
97,456,807 
130,397,681 
118,552,096 
111,099,853 
64,101,873 
45,557,999 
90,179,115 
75,184.758 
91,153,342 
78,974,686 
95.770.779 
69.892,749 
72,835,839 
78,823,100 
87,930.600 
73,739,100 
92,590,000 
65,259,000 
73,667,000 
61,782,000 
36.006,000 
39,877,000 


1,888,538 

1,014,637 

506,778 

1,519,069 

1,185,703 

1,091,698 

1,833,237 

3,112,386 

9,234,858 

18.587.850 

11,142,140 

9,981,215 

10,226,026 

14,440,830 

8,800,646 

8,507,735 

12,151,247 

12,255,537 

15,694,133 

10,561,673 

10,279,134 

11,271,642 

12,497,612 

18,484,513 

13,514,020 

20,849,427 

23,250,297 

23,658,239 

31,845,993 

34,230,293 

32,428,482 

32,364,208 

37,663,330 

40,896,971 

50,471,836 

70,768,222 

68,771,614 

67,332,322 

67,129,119 

50,376,089 

66,839,596 

82,119,852 

104,668,956 

85,057,636 

85,982,204 

77,554,895 

76,340.619 

58,030,291 

63,539,179 

47,303,901 

66,131.725 

73.718.199 

88.897,313 

79,857,557 

77,288,653 

77,890,100 

77,428,500 

102,077,000 

98,377.000 

122.756.000 

122,489,000 

116.875,000 

101,078,000 

86,738,000 


19,326 
591 


92,011 

19,051 

17,993 

132,020 

486,218 

267,449 

226,534 

532,195 

946,223 

345,208 

607,484 

1,300,821 

1,846,891 

901,183 

633,753 

2,584,692 

2,908,113 

5,032,308 

3,366,041 

2,404,538 

1,888,206 

2,687,932 

4,213,656 

3,520,983 

3,566.401 

3.110,985 

3,113,251 

3,298,252 

4,843,011 

4,095,500 

5,583,003 

7,326,190 

7,214,394 

7,772,351 

8.138,109 

9,470.971 

7,858,108 

10,438,281 

8,233,268 

7,707,218 

9,322,244 

9,767,708 

7,717,351 

6,755.247 

6.371,223 

5,739.009 

3.583.753 

3,505,423 

2.986.816 

5,802.856 

7.374,037 

6.924.357 

6,196,708 

8,063,151 

8,558,086 

7,237,800 

5,892,000 

3,504.000 

7,788,000 

7,077.000 

8.852.000 

11,416,000 

8.719.000 

4,650.000 


16,632.750 


1856 


21,610,312 


1857 


18,483,678 


1858 


7.569 

134,404 

158,642 

393,813 

871,796 

651,094 

893,492 

999.289 

1,444,574 

1,213,389 

1,202,941 

798,744 

913,629 

1,325,887 

776,805 

960,613 

335,077 

310,592 

1,433,976 

1,553,375 

2,025,654 

2,234,363 

1,365,165 

1,104,452 

1,773,148 

3,838,554 

4,385,757 

1,216,961 

817,553 

700,780 

1,744,380 

2,801,366 

3,280,433 

7,572,991 

2,775,800 

1,320,013 

1,100,558 

1,168,252 

1,374,509 

3,800,872 

4,453,384 

2,282.442 

1.223.796 

1,287.111 

2.834.215 

2.923,573 

1,567,273 

1.152,019 

1,532,157 

1.887,535 

1,279,276 

903,569 

498,400 

823.500 

1,167.000 

1.677,000 

2,240,000 

3,993,000 

4,436,000 

3.667,000 

2,616,000 


20.587.189 


1859 . 


16.754,136 


1860 


31,108,759 


1861 


50,481,862 


1862 


56,477,110 


1863 


54,287.345 


1864 


46,718.543 


1865 


52.268,181 


1866 


65.486.323 


18S7 


55.187,909 


1868 


63,888,358 


1869 


56,759,515 


1870 


54,745,903 


1871 


71,800.789 


1872 


83,364,224 


1873 


91,597,092 


1874 


84,020,691 


1875 


72,369,174 


1876 

1877 


87,241,306 
90,706,076 


1878 


118,675,469 


1879 


125,528,379 


1880 


154,377,115 


1881 


140,307,597 


1882 


114,864,933 


1883 


141,720,259 


1884 


138,652,155 


1885 


135,587.921 


1886 


129,636,678 


1887 


151,658,224 


1888 


156,659,986 


1889 


179.035.997 


1890 


204.674,918 


1891 


207,987,762 


1892 


216,182,008 


1893 


198,791,216 


1894 


148,638,822 


1895 


171,464.137 


1896. 


219.710.781 


1897 


252,624.402 


1898 


287,403.904 


1899 


246,369,099 


1900 


265,552,246 


1901 


223,561,477 


1902 


166.424.220 


1903 


210.255.151 


1904 


180.521.736 


1905 


212.862,238 


1906 


214,822,798 


1907 


238,609,846 


1908 


222,783,375 


1909 


220.494,562 


1910 


214,601,084 


1911 


221,429,012 


1912 


244,423,140 


1913 


274,286.000 


1914 


316,293,500 


1915 


299.090.000 


1916 


293.190,000 


1917 


209,241,000 


1918 


212,827,000 







20 



GRAIN IN STORE IN CHICAGO DURING 1917. 

Statement of Grain in Public and Private elevators in Chicago weekly, during 1917, 
reported to the Secretary of the Chicago Board of Trade. 

000 omitted 



as 



1917 



Jan. 6. 

Jan, 13 . 

Jan. 20. 

Jan. 27. 

Feb. 3.. 

Feb. 10. . 

Feb. 17.. 

Feb. 24.. 

Mar. 3.. 

Mar. 10.. 

Mar. 17.. 

Mar. 24.. 

Mar. 31.. 

April 7.. 

April 14.. 

April 21.. 

April 28.. 

May 5.. 

May 12.. 

May 19.. 

May 26.. 

June 2.. 

June 9 . . 

June 16 . . 

June 23.. 

June 30.. 



Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public. . . 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private.... 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public. . . 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 
Total .... 
Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public. . . 
Private. . . 

Total 

Public... 
Private. . . 
Total 



Wheat Com Oats Rye Barley 
Bu. Bu. Bu. Bu. Bu. 



3,020 

1,714 

4,734 

2,850 

1,735 

4,585 

2,703 

1,771 

4,474 

2,537 

1,637 

4,174 

2,449 

1.541 

3,990 

2,400 

1,459 

3,859 

2,341 

1,413 

3,754 

2,293 

1,371 

3,664 

2,162 

1,396 

3,558 

1,962 

1,292 

3,254 

1,845 

1,327 

3,172 

1,661 

1,258 

2,919 

1,498 

1,198 

2,696 

1,332 

1,104 

2,436 

686 

1,029 

1,715 

380 

755 

1,135 

283 

648 

931 

229 

421 

650 

137 

305 

442 

107 

207 

314 

131 

202 

333 

92 

199 

291 

74 

220 

294 

71 

139 

210 

44 

110 

154 

41 

162 

203 



491 
1,864 
a 355 

603 
2,068 
2,671 

614 
2,220 
2,834 

634 
2,553 
3,187 

775 
2,814 
3,589 

851 
3,098 
3,949 
1,012 
3,275 
4,287 
1,086 
3,395 
4,481 
1,039 
3,283 
4,322 

920 
3,213 
4,133 

907 
3,065 
3,972 

940 
2,817 
3,757 

843 
2,645 
3,488 

704 
2,420 
3,124 

587 
2,149 
2,736 

385 
1,687 
2,072 

276 
1,180 
1,456 

195 

962 
1,157 

106 

874 

980 
38 

628 

666 
17 

285 

302 
6 

189 

195 
21 

330 

351 
14 

410 

424 
19 

408 

427 
7 

241 

?48 



9,954 

10,383 

20,337 

9,506 

10,193 

19,699 
9,506 
9,908 

19,414 
9,533 
9,761 

19,294 
9,572 
9,534 

19,106 
9,596 
9,200 

18,796 
9,538 
8,553 

18,091 
9,451 
8.254 

17,705 
9,339 
8,145 

17,484 
9,378 
7,809 

17,187 
9,102 
7,894 

16,996 
8,792 
7,589 

16,381 
8,195 
7,645 

15,840 
7,702 
7,288 

14,990 
7,684 
6,731 

14,315 
7,078 
6,042 

13,120 
5,901 
4,889 

10,790 
5,024 
4,201 
9,225 
3,979 
3,343 
7,322 
3,470 
2,956 
6,426 
3,259 
2,458 
5,717 
2,694 
2,225 
4,919 
1.988 
2,022 
4,010 
1,384 
1,682 
3,066 
856 
1,259 
2,115 
637 
874 
1,511 



29 
309 
338 

64 
399 
463 

65 
291 
356 

65 
255 
320 

65 
198 
263 

65 
177 
242 

65 
201 
266 

65 
189 
254 

65 
163 
228 

65 
154 
219 

65 
162 
227 

65 
146 
211 

64 
132 
196 

60 

90 
150 

58 
102 
160 

58 
107 
165 

58 

58 
116 

58 

39 

97 

58 

26 

84 



13 
13 



24 
24 



468 
468 



509 
509 



536 
536 



537 
537 

'542 
542 



506 
506 



518 
518 



522 
522 



508 
508 



459 
459 



422 
422 



393 
393 



379 
379 



355 
355 



343 
343 



370 
370 



354 
354 



350 
350 



303 
303 



259 
259 



201 
201 



152 
152 



110 

110 

2 

67 

69 



47 
47 



53 
53 



1917 



July 7. 

July 14. 

July 21. 

July 28. 

Aug. 4. 

Aug. 11. 

Aug. IS. 

Aug. 25. 

Sept. 1. 

Sept. 8. 

Sept. 15. 

Sept. 22. 

Sept. 29. 

Oct. 6. 

Oct. 13. 

Oct. 20. 

Oct. 27. 

Nov. 3. 

Nov. 10. 

Nov. 17. 

Nov. 24. 

Dec 1. 

Dec. 8. 

Dec. 15 . 

Dec. 22. 

Dec. 29. 



. Public. 

Private. . 

Total.... 
. Public... 

Private. . 

Total.... 
. Public. 

Private. . 

Total.... 
. Public. 

ftivate. . 

Total.... 
. Public. 

Private. . 

Total.... 
. Public. 

Private. . 

Total.... 
. Public. 

Private. . 

Total.... 
. Public. 

Private. . 

Total.... 
. Public. 

Private. . 

Total.... 
. Public... 

Private. . 

Total.... 
. Public... 

Private. . 

Total.... 
. Public... 

Private.. 

Total.. . . 
. Public. 

Private. . 

Total.... 
. Public... 

Private.., 

Total.... 
, Public. 

Private.. 

Total.... 
, Public. 

Private. . 

Total.... 

Public. 

Private.. 

Total.... 
, Public. 

Private. . 

Total.... 

Public... 

Private. . 

Total.... 

Public. 

Private. . 

Total.... 

Public . 

Private. . 

Total.... 

PubUc. 

Private. . 

Total.... 

PubUc. 

Private. . 

Total.... 

Public. 

Private. . 

Total 

Public. 

Private. . 

Total 

Public... 

Private. . 

Total... 



Wheat 
Bu 



31 
80 
111 
23 
73 
96 
9 
54 
63 



50 
50 



Corn I Oats 
Bu. ! Bu. 



17 

17 

12 

177 

189 

15 

165 

180 

17 

329 

346 

15 

159 

174 

4 

131 

135 

2 

67 

69 

11 

88 

99 

32 

135 

167 

44 

216 

260 

53 

144 

197 

43 

268 

311 

61 

322 

383 

63 

450 

513 

79 

602 

681 

121 

736 

857 

161 

708 

869 

189 

869 

1,058 

215 

936 

1,151 

222 

911 

1,133 

215 

844 

1,059 

212 

845 

1,057 



12 612 
3051 671 
317 1,283 



5 
215! 

2201 



110 
110 



111 
111 



85! 
85 j 



152 
152 



156 
156 



165 
165 



252 
252 



192 
192 



117 

117 

1 

49 

150 



121 
121 
1 
138 
139 



81 
81 



36 
36 



44 
44 



35 
35 



60 
80 



136 
136 



300 
300 



419 
419 



401 
401 



800 
800 



718 
718 



793 
793 



199 

442 

641 

36 

333 

369 

12 

189 

201 

5 

284 

289 

5 

509 

514 

5 

666 

671 

142 

1,327 

1,469 

157 

1,892 

2,049 

113 

2,430 

2,543 

121 

2,954 

3,075 

519 

2,753 

3,272 

1,349 

2,367 

3,716 

1,580 

2,004 

3,584 

1,396 

2,040 

3,436 

1,181 

2,141 

3,322 

1,164 

2,309 

3,473 

1,221 

2,580 

3,801 

1,062 

3,292 

4,354 

1,020 

3,509 

4,529 

1,147 

3,546 

4,693 

1,421 

3,290 

4,711 

1,498 

3,227 

4,725 

1,603 

3,327 

4,930 

1,829 

3,874 

5,703 

2,087 

3,846 

5,933 



Rye 
Bu. 



16 
16 



Barley 
Bu. 



27 
27 



43 
43 



38 
38 



45 
45 



64 
64 



124 
124 



140 
140 



151 
151 



137 
137 



138 
138 



146 
146 



161 
161 



182 
182 



241 
241 



211 
211 



206 
206 



239 
239 



49 
49 
2 
33 
35 



22 
22 



15 
15 



6 

6 

6 

21 

27 

11 

26 

37 

54 

32 

86 

68 

31 

91 

79 

25 

104 

90 

32 

122 

90 

46 

136 

92 

45 

137 

92 

37 

129 

109 

56 

165 

115 

60 

175 

123 

161 

284 

136 

182 

318 

128 

262 

390 

133 

317 

450 

140 

308 

448 

145 

206 

351 

156 

186 

342 

172 

259 

431 



21 
GRAIN IN STORE IN CHICAGO DURING 1918. 

Statement of Grain in Public and Private Elevators in Chicago weekly, during 1918, as 
reported to the Secretary of the Chicago Board of Trade. 

000 omitted 



1918 


Wheat 


Corn 


Oats 


Rye 


Barley 


1918 


WTieat 


Corn 


Oats 


Rye 


Barley 






Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 




Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Jan. 5. 


. PubUc... 


224 




2,123 




175 


July 6.. Public... 




924 


666 


275 


3 




Private. . . 


859 


681 


3,978 


270 


331 


Private.. . 


28 


3,265 


1,613 


127 


282 




Total 


1,083 


681 


6,101 


270 


506 


Total 


28 


4,189 


2,279 


402 


285 


12 


. Public... 
Private.. . 


230 

857 


' ' 668 


2,034 
4,098 


' ■ '280 


182 
272 


13 PubUc. 




866 
3,708 


681 
1,799 


274 
110 


3 




Private. . . 


29 


236 




Total 


1,087 


668 


6,132 


280 


454 


Total..... 


29 


4,574 


2,480 


384 


239 


19 


Public. . . 
Private. . . 


231 

849 


' ' 610 


1,949 
4,130 


""289 


182 
325 


20 PubUc. . 




928 
3,638 


617 
1,343 


274 
125 


3 




Private.. . 


179 


218 




Total 


1,080 


610 


6.079 


289 


507 


Total 


1/9 


iMk 


1,9ei; 


399 


221 


26. 


. PubUc... 


239 




1,862 




182 


27.. Public... 


264 


1,195 


505 


274 


3 




Private. . . 


849 


823 


4,181 


286 


338 


Private. . . 


1,094 


3,512 


1,041 


137 


174 




Total 


1,088 


823 


6,043 


286 


520 


Total 


1,358 


4,707 


1,546 


411 


177 


Feb. 2. 


PubUc. . . 


233 




1,737 




178 


Aug. 3.. PubUc... 


993 


1,256 


593 


274 


3 




Private. . . 


828 


1,079 


4,176 


263 


357 


Private. . . 


3,592 


3,031 


1,141 


144 


159 




Total 


1,061 


1,079 


5,913 


263 


535 


Total 


4,585 


4,287 


1,734 


418 


162 


9. 


Public... 


221 




1,669 




159 


10.. PubUc... 


1,963 


1,206 


560 


283 


4 




Private. . . 


777 


1,348 


4,151 


228 


355 


Private. . . 


4,349 


2,457 


1,660 


256 


239 




Total 


998 


1,348 


5,820 


228 


514 


Total 


e,312 


3,663 


?,22C 


539 


243 


16. 


Public. . . 


221 




1,508 




173 


17.. Public... 


3,355 


1,127 


1,166 


288 


4 




Private. . . 


767 


1,526 


4,298 


215 


351 


Private. . . 


7,724 


1,648 


2,904 


251 


386 




Total 


988 


1,526 


5,806 


215 


524 


Total 


11,079 


2,775 


4,070 


539 


390 


23. 


Public. . . 


226 




1,423 




129 


24.. Public... 


4,523 


992 


1,689 


312 


5 




Private. . . 


711 


1,962 


4,098 


i94 


, 336 


Private. . . 


9,772 


1,111 


4,047 


384 


441 




Total 


937 


1,962 


5,521 


194 


465 


Total 


14,295 


2,103 


5,736 


696 


446 


March 2. 


. Public... 


227 




1,283 


5 


119 


31.. PubUc... 


4,413 


942 


3,392 


353 


20 




Private. . . 


793 


2,627 


4,946 


181 


378 


Private. . . 


9,856 


988 


5,447 


423 


550 




Total 


1,020 


2,627 


6,229 


186 


497 


Total 


14,269 


1,930 


8,839 


776 


570 


9. 


. Public... 


234 




1,305 


47 


113 


Sept. 7.. Public... 


4,407 


858 


3,580 


376 


60 




Private.. . 


751 


3,224 


5,453 


131 


453 


Private... 


10,046 


1,403 


6,594 


610 


553 




Totel 


985 


3,224 


6,758 


178 


566 


Total 


14,453 


2,261 


10,174 


986 


613 


16. 


. Public... 


247 




1,486 


131 


no 


14.. PubUc... 


4,861 


699 


3,772 


390 


43 




Private. . . 


774 


3,672 


5,542 


143 


511 


Private. . . 


10,340 


1,619 


6,424 


728 


546 




Total 


1,021 


3,672 


7,028 


274 


621 


Total 


15,201 


2,318 


10,196 


1,118 


589 


23. 


Public. . . 


246 




1,545 


194 


93 


21.. Public... 


4,829 


668 


3,655 


391 


68 




Private.. . 


709 


4,235 


5,286 


150 


607 


Private. . . 


11,547 


1,760 


6,661 


816 


605 




Total 


955 


4,235 


6,831 


344 


700 


Total 


16,376 


2,428 


10,316 


1,207 


673 


30. 


Public. . . 


254 


76 


1,624 


276 


94 


28.. PubUc... 


5,575 


688 


3,643 


433 


97 




Private. . . 


688 


4,685 


4,993 


189 


724 


Private. . . 


12,195 


1,754 


5,891 


848 


670 




Total 


942 


4,761 


6,617 


465 


818 


Total 


17,770 


2,442 


9,534 


1,281 


767 


April 6. 


Public. . . 


257 


161 


1,870 


318 


30 


Oct. 5.. PubUc... 


6,091 


665 


2,944 


386 


149 




Private. . . 


651 


4,848 


4,473 


213 


715 


Private... 


11,588 


1,810 


5,275 


848 


483 




Total 


908 


5,009 


6,343 


531 


745 


Total 


17,679 


2,475 


8,219 


1,234 


632 


13. 


. Public... 


219 


293 


1,678 


334 


36 


12.. Public... 


6,408 


494 


2,498 


145 


149 




Private. . . 


607 


4,688 


4,133 


242 


701 


Private.. . 


11,492 


1,986 


4,763 


369 


462 




Total 


826 


4,981 


5,811 


576 


737 


Total 


17,900 


2,480 


7,261 


514 


611 


20. 


Public. . . 


212 


503 


1,524 


326 


43 


19.. Public... 


6,723 


389 


2,201 


104 


182 




Private. . . 


569 


4,412 


3,183 


206 


626 


Private. . . 


11,593 


2,278 


4,446 


294 


560 




Total 


781 


4,915 


4,707 


532 


669 


Total 


18,316 


2,t67 


6,647 


398 


742 


27. 


. Public... 


217 


618 


1,218 


305 


49 


26.. Public... 


7,244 


268 


2,171 


107 


203 




Private. . . 


498 


4,412 


2,825 


203 


552 


Private.. . 


11,927 


2,111 


4,441 


310 


685 




Total 


715 


5,030 


4,043 


508 


601 


Total 


19,171 


2,379 


6,612 


417 


888 


May 4. 


. Public... 


136 


809 


1,077 


300 


51 


Nov. 2.. Public... 


7,667 


258 


1,756 


89 


349 




Private. . . 


455 


3,913 


2,370 


171 


513 


Private. . . 


12,493 


1,915 


4,373 


350 


1,010 




Total 


591 


4,722 


3,447 


471 


564 


Total 


20,160 


2,173 


6,129 


439 


1,359 


11. 


Public. . . 


119 


895 


992 


300 


42 


9.. Public... 


7,846 


207 


1,773 


100 


406 




Private. . . 


444 


3,422 


2,480 


194 


488 


Private. . . 


13,205 


1,553 


4,912 


486 


1,025 




Total 


563 


4,317 


3,472 


494 


530 


Total 


21,051 


1,760 


6,685 


586 


1,431 


18. 


Public. . . 


50 


930 


879 


301 


30 


16.. PubUc... 


7,975 


207 


2,206 


100 


459 




Private. . . 


376 


3,593 


2,039 


188 


428 


Private. . . 


13,533 


1,511 


4,483 


458 


978 




Total 


426 


4,523 


2,918 


489 


458 


Total 


21,508 


1,718 


6,689 


558 


1,437 


25. 


Public... 


47 


933 


1,017 


292 


28 


23.. PubUc... 


5,799 


155 


2,271 


117 


479 




Private. . . 


308 


2,987 


2,096 


172 


345 


Private. . . 


12,088 


1,047 


4,209 


554 


1,095 




Total 


355 


3,920 


3,113 


464 


373 


Total 


17,887 


1,202 


6,480 


671 


1,574 


June 1 . 


PubUc... 


13 


905 


1,754 


278 


12 


30.. PubUc... 


4,622 


90 


2,232 


169 


448 




Private. . . 


243 


2,824 


1,682 


148 


358 


Private... 


10.940 


670 


3,749 


518 


901 




Total 


256 


3,729 


3,436 


426 


370 


Total 


15,562 


760 


5,981 


687 


1,349 


8. 


Public. . . 


13 


935 


1,355 


282 


17 


Dec. 7. . PubUc 


4,912 


39 


1,583 


205 


447 




Private.. . 


122 


2,935 


1,843 


156 


330 


Private. . . 


8,885 


419 


2,769 


645 


1,008 




Total 


135 


3,870 


3,198 


438 


347 


Total 


13,797 


458 


4,352 


850 


1,455 


15 


Public. . . 




926 
3,368 


982 
1,654 


282 
153 


13 

287 


14.. Public... 
Private. . . 


4,988 
7,867 


11 
511 


1,124 
3,696 


261 
693 


448 




Private.. 


23 


1,069 




Total 


23 


4,294 


2,636 


435 


300 


Total 


12,855 


522 


4,820 


954 


1517 


22. 


Public... 




927 


804 


275 


13 


21.. Public... 


5,409 


1 


1,833 


261 


416 




Private. . . 


20 


3,375 


1,447 


138 


248 


Private. . . 


7,720 


619 


4,432 


811 


1,138 




Total 


20 


4,302 


2,251 


413 


261 


Total 


13,129 


620 


6,265 


1,072 


1,554 


29 


Public... 




931 
3,286 


673 
1,690 


275 
118 


3 

268 


28.. Public... 
Private. . . 


5,549 
7,530 


1 
393 


2,363 

4.818 


280 
939 


392 




Private. . . 


21 


1,237 




Total 


21 


4,217 


2,363 


393 


271 


Total 


13,079 


394 


7,181 


1,219 


1,629 



22 



FLOUR AND GRAIN. 

Weekly receipts at Chicago during 1918, as posted on the bulletin of the 

Exchange. 



January.. 
February. 
March 

April 

May 

June 

July.'.".;!!! 
August 

September 
October.. .. 
November. 

December. 



Flour, 
Brifl. 



182,000 
125,000 
65,000 
60,000 
85,000 
139,000 
229,000 
287,000 
270,000 
280,000 
243,000 
190,000 
191,000 
178,000 
177,000 
188,000 
176,000 
187,000 
173,000 
157,000 
113,000 
112,000 
132,000 
121,000 
108,000 
111,000 
80,000 
92,000 
69,000 
99,000 
113,000 
135,000 
133,000 
172,000 
190,000 
159,000 
200,000 
248,000 
273,000 
245,000 
231,000 
255,000 
192,000 
163,000 
143,000 
127,000 
138,000 
156,000 
207,000 
242,000 
243,000 
278,000 



Wheat, 
Bu. 



136,000 

114,000 

35,000 

36,000 

48,000 

57,000 

87,000 

97,000 

156,000 

139,000 

127,000 

106,000 

125,000 

87,000 

85,000 

48,000 

63,000 

48,000 

42,000 

60,000 

38,000 

19,000 

42,000 

43.000 

22,000 

17,000 

8,000 

58,000 

821,000 

3,120,000 

5,085,000 

7,703,000 

7,377,000 

5,921,000 

3,753,000 

3,273,000 

3,795,000 

4,158,000 

3,354,000 

1,595,000 

764,000 

1,191,000 

1,678,000 

1,896,000 

1,539,000 

1,288,000 

1,049,000 

1,200,000 

1,556,000 

2,000,000 

1,445,000 

1,693,000 



Corn, 
Bu. 



1,282,000 
1,444,000 

617,000 
1,465,000 
1,776,000 
1,156,000 
3,372,000 
2,898,000 
3,578,000 
3,255,000 
3,678,000 
3,478,000 
2,540,000 
2,173,000 
1,689,000 
2,266,000 
1,732,000 
1,865,000 
1,639,000 
1,530,000 

910,000 

816,000 
2,024,000 
1,699,000 
1,715,000 
1,985,000 
1,575,000 
2,396,000 
2,805,000 
2,506,000 
1,293,000 
1,319,000 

660,000 

789,000 
1,918,000 
Al81,000 
1,951,000 
2,803,000 
2,297,000 
2,430,000 
2,962,000 
3,172,000 
1,995,000 
1,884,000 
1.915,000 
1,753,000 
1,246,000 

720,000 
1,093,000 
2,266,000 
1,355,000 

593,000 



Oats, 
Bu. 



Rye, 
Bu. 



1,940,000 
1,651,000 
518,000 
1,034,000 
1,214,000 
1,054,000 
2,472,000 
2,643,000 
3,007,000 
2,224,^000 
2,182,000 
1,873,000 
2,650,000 
2,861,000 
3,105,000 
3,127,000 
3,521,000 
2,917,000 
2,348,000 
1,877,000 
1,505,000 
1,692,000 
1,597,000 
1,589,000 
1,951,000 
2,754,000 
2,375,000 
3,659,000 
3,167,000 
2,878,000 
2,842,000 
5,010,000 
5,173,000 
5,381,000 
5,801,000 
4,219,000 
2,825,000 
2,498.000 
1,658,000 
1,661,000 
2,032,000 
2,970,000 
2,555,000 
2,675,000 
2,426,000 
2,339,000 
2,611,000 
2,849,000 
3,164,000 
2,852,000 
3,308,000 
2,507,000 



62,000 

40,000 

9,000 

15,000 

36,000 

24,000 

49,000 

62,000 

72,000 

126,000 

101,000 

128,000 

99,000 

53,000 

50,000 

94,000 

31,000 

21,000 

35,000 

52,000 

27,000 

19,000 

25,000 

11,000 

27,000 

47,000 

20,000 

10,000 

31,000 

73,000 

94,000 

182,000 

152,000 

118,000 

187,000 

160,000 

116,000 

112,000 

220,000 

28,000 

46,000 

67,000 

98,000 

178,000 

142,000 

179,000 

188,000 

176,000 

132,000 

117,000 

ir9,000 

173,000 



Barley, 
Bu. 



555,000 
350,000 

94,000 
206,000 
230,000 
406,000 
500,000 
433,000 
640,000 
523,000 
683,000 
653,000 
442,000 
302,000 
304,000 
323,000 
152,000 
26 ,000 
261,000 
334,000 
344,000 
271,000 
389.000 
192,000 
260,000 
232,000 

91,000 
115,000 
125,000 

93,000 
113,000 
389,000 
386,000 
280,000 
248,000 
242,000 
274,000 
310,000 
315,000 
213,000 
389,000 
722,000 
775,000 
497,000 
509,000 
521,000 
328,000 
365,000 
375,000 
386,000 
649,000 
662,000 



Totals 

Flour, 

reduced to 

bushels. 



4,794,000 
4,161,500 
1,520,500 
3,026,000 
3,686,500 
3,318,500 
7,510,500 
7,424,500 
8,568,000 
7,527,000 
7,764,500 
6,989,000 
6,715,500 
6,277,000 
6,029,500 
6,704,000 
6,291,000 
6, 'H0,500 
5,103,500 
4,559,500 
3,512,500 
3,321,000 
4,671,000 
4,078,500 
4,461,000 
5,534,500 
4,429,000 
6,652,000 
7,259,500 
9,115,500 
9,935,500 
15,210,500 
14,346,500 
13,261,000 
12.762,000 
10,790,500 
9,861,000 
10,997,000 
8,970,500 
6,939,500 
7,232,500 
9,269,500 
7,963,000 
7.883,500 
7,174,500 
6,651,500 
6,021,000 
6,012,000 
7,251,500 
8,710,000 
7,979,500 
6,879,000 



23 



FLOUR AND GRAIN. 

Weekly shipments from Chicago during 1918, as posted on the bulletin of the 

Exchange. 



Flour, 
Brls. 



Wheat, 
Bu. 



Com, 
Bu. 



Oats, 
Bu. 



Rye, 
Bu. 



Barley, 
Bu. 



Totals, 

Flour 

reduced to 

bushels. 



January. . . 
February. . 
March 

April 

May , 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October.... 
November 

December. 



177,000 

167,000 

28,000 

58,000 

88,000 

103,000 

152,000 

217,000 

356,000 

291,000 

223,000 

220,000 

246,000 

219,000 

137,000 

122,000 

142,000 

102,000 

123,000 

70,000 

53,000 

64,000 

62,000 

56,000 

67,000 

87,000 

53,000 

63,000 

31,000 

72,000 

77,000 

90,000 

87,000 

96,000 

74,000 

99,000 

147,000 

150,000 

188,000 

131,000 

111,000 

135,000 

136,000 

79,000 

82,000 

75,000 

84,000 

79,000 

136,000 

162,000 

194,000 

178,000 



42,000 

57,000 

9,000 

8,000 

16,000 

9,000 

25,000 

44,000 

37,000 

50,000 

24,000 

28,000 

96,000 

68,000 

17,000 

81,000 

31,000 

45,000 

125,000 

91,000 

37,000 

62,000 

61,000 

94,000 

46,000 

8,000 

4,000 

13,000 

140,000 

621,000 

1,073,000 

2,904,000 

3,054,000 

6,304,000 

4,721,000 

2,200,000 

2,454,000 

3,107,000 

1,689,000 

2,061,000 

1,218,000 

271,000 

386,000 

367,000 

506,000 

1,058,000 

3,151,000 

3,742,000 

2,622,000 

1,332,000 

2,354,000 

1,221,000 



542,000 

398,000 

132,000 

271,000 

377,000 

503,J00 

637,000 

776,000 

1,014,000 

926,000 

1,095,000 

1,230,000 

1,293,000 

691,000 

690,000 

702,000 

693,000 

629,000 

753,000 

642,000 

934,000 

497,000 

477,000 

567,000 

502,000 

721,000 

640,000 

444,000 

685,000 

889,000 

770,000 

558,000 

623,000 

764,000 

406,000 

418,000 

722,000 

742,000 

861,000 

839,000 

842,000 

1,394,000 

1,221,000 

1,183,000 

1,670,000 

1,020,000 

1,297,000 

1,000,000 

784,000 

612,000 

1,034,000 

687,000 



1,202,000 
1,209,000 
179,000 
357,000 
907,000 
754,000 
1,013,000 
1,104,000 
1,409,000 
1,331,000 
1,187,000 
1,183,000 
1,783,000 
1,552,000 
2,553,000 
3,334,000 
2,667,000 
2,412,000 
2,402,000 
1,474,000 
1,232,000 
647,000 
553,000 
837,000 
740,000 
931,000 
1,022,000 
2,211,000 
1,786,000 
1,761,000 
1,693,000 
1,275,000 
2,173,000 
3,275,000 
2,263,000 
2,424,000 
2,500,000 
1,692,000 
2,066,000 
1,622,000 
1,138,000 
1,6J9,000 
1,259,000 
1,754,000 
1,588,000 
1,500,000 
3,070,000 
2,857,000 
3,648,000 
2,906,000 
1,274,000 
1,212,000 



17,000 
63,000 



2,000 

8,000 

5,000 

32,000 

32,000 

20,000 

55,000 

79,000 

31,000 

29,000 

9,000 

24,000 

25,000 

51,000 

81,000 

17,000 

11,000 

7,000 

3,000 

11,000 

1,000 

6,000 

22,000 



9,000 

5,000 

35,000 

50,000 

117,000 

52,000 

125,000 

105,000 

25,000 

13,000 

5,000 

92,000 

36,000 

374,000 

215,000 

121,000 

3,000 

6,000 

253,000 

22,000 

250,000 

24,000 

11,000 

17,000 

9,000 



114,000 

158,000 

18,000 

43,000 

69,000 

78,000 

117,000 

164,000 

280,000 

220,000 

213,000 

154,000 

294,000 

172,000 

154,000 

133,000 

97,000 

79,000 

63,000 

17,000 

40,000 

73,000 

99,000 

17,000 

27,000 

17,000 

4,000 

28,000 

12,000 

28,000 

41,000 

22,000 

22,000 

36,000 

46,000 

37,000 

35,000 

46,000 

54,000 

56,000 

65,000 

88,000 

49,000 

64,000 

61,000 

52,000 

116,000 

302,000 

89,000 

113,000 

67,000 

150,000 



2,713,500 
2,636,500 
464,000 
942,000 
1,773,000 
1,812,500 
2.508,000 
3,096,000 
4,362,000 
3,891,500 
3,601,500 
3,616,000 
4,502,000 
3,480,500 
4,054,500 
4,824,000 
4,178,000 
3,705,000 
3,913,500 
2,550,000 
2,488,000 
1.570,000 
1.480.000 
1.768.000 
1.602.500 
2.090.500 
1.908.500 
2,988.500 
2,757,500 
3,658.000 
3.973.500 
5.281.000 
6.315.500 
10.936.000 
7.874,000 
5,549,500 
6,385.500 
6,267.000 
5.608,000 
5,203.500 
4,136.500 
4,184,500 
3,648,000 
3,726,500 
4,200,000 
4,220.500 
8.034,000 
8,506.000 
7,779,000 
5,703,000 
5,619,000 
4,080,000 



24 



LIVE STOCK RECEI\TED AT CHICAGO 



Receipts of Live Stock at the Union Stock Yards, Chicago 



1865 5 days 

1866 

1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1S83 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 

1908... 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

Total.. 



Cattle 



613 
393,007 
329,188 
324,524 
403,102 
532,964 
543,050 
684,075 
761,428 
843,966 
920,843 
1,096,745 
1,033,151 
1,083,068 
1,215,732 
1,382,477 
1,498,550 
1,582,530 
1,878,944 
1,817,697 
1,905,518 
1,963,900 
2,382,008 
2,611,543 
3,023,281 
3,484,280 
3,250,359 
3,571,796 
3,133,406 
2,974,363 
2,588,558 
2,600,476 
2,554,924 
2,480,897 
2,514,446 
2,729.046 
3,031,396 
2,941,559 
3,432,486 
3,259,185 
3,410,469 
3,329,250 
3,305,314 
3,039,206 
2,929,805 
3,052,958 
2,931,831 
2,652,342 
2,513,074 
2,237,881 
2,262,752 
2,730,176 
3,209,427 
3,789,922 



1)6,153,488 



Calves 



Hogs 



48,948 
24,965 
30,223 
52,353 
58,500 
51,290 
65,859 
96,086 
12?,968 
175,025 
205,383 
197,576 
210,557 
160,949 
168,740 
138,337 
122,976 
132,733 
136,676 
136,310 
181,824 
251,747 
'^71,743 
267,499 
380,835 
413,269 
421,934 
421,671 
409,714 
499,941 
521,512 
.505,401 
375,382 
363,614 
422,221 
519,624 
610,844 
657,767 



9,832,996 



17,764 
961,746 
1,696,738 
1,706,782 
1,661,869 
1,693,158 
2,380,083 
3,252,023 
4,437,750 
4,258,379 
3,912,110 
4,190,006 
4,025,970 
6,339,654 
6,448,330 
7,059,555 
6,474,844 
5,817,504 
5,640,525 
5,351,967 
6,937,535 
6,718,761 
5,470,852 
4,921,712 
5,998,526 
7,663,829 
8,600,805 
7,714,435 
6,057,278 
7,483,228 
7,885,283 
7,659,472 
8,363,724 
8,817,114 
8,177.870 
8,109,064 
8,290,494 
7,895,238 
7,325,923 
7,238,746 
7,725,738 
7,275,063 
7,201,061 
8.131,485 
6,619,018 
5,586,858 
7,103,360 
7,180,967 
7,570,938 
6,618,166 
7,652,071 
9,188,224 
7,168,852 
8,614,190 



323,233,317 



Sheep 



1,433 

207,987 

180,888 

270,891 

340,072 

349,853 

315,053 

310,211 

291,734 

333,655 

418,948 

364,095 

310,240 

310,420 

325,119 

335,810 

493,624 

628,887 

749,917 

801,630 

1,003,598 

1,008,790 

1,360,862 

1,515,014 

1,832,469 

2,182,667 

2,153,537 

2,145,079 

3,031,174 

3,099,725 

3,406,739 

3,590,655 

3,606,640 

3,589,439 

3,682,832 

3,548.885 

4,044,095 

4,515,716 

4,582,760 

4,504,630 

4,736,558 

4,805,449 

4,218,115 

4,351,889 

4,441,424 

5,229,294 

5,736,244 

6,055,546 

5,902,798 

5,378,345 

3,510,015 

4,291,024 

3,595,228 

4,629,438 



132,627,438 



Horses 



1,553 

847 

1,902 

1,524 

3,537 

5,963 

12,145 

20,289 

17,588 

11,346 

8,159 

7,874 

9,415 

10,473 

10,398 

12,909 

13,856 

15,255 

18,602 

19,356 

27,599 

46,404 

55,333 

79,926 

101,566 

94,396 

86,998 

82.492 

97,415 

113,193 

10.5,978 

111,601 

118,764 

111,611 

99,010 

109,353 

102,100 

100,603 

105,949 

127,250 

126,979 

102,055 

92,138 

91,411 

83,439 

104,545 

92,977 

90,615 

106,282 

165,253 

205,449 

107,311 

87,820 



3,536,796 



^ :'i.£aiiSL^ 



25 
LIVE STOCK SHIPPED FROM CHICAGO 

Shipments of Live Stock from the Union Stock Yards, Chicago, for 53 years 



1865.. 
1866.. 
1867. . 
1868. . 
1869.. 
1870. . 
1871.. 
1872.. 
1873.. 
1874. . 
1875. . 
1876.. 
1877. . 
1878. . 
1879.. 
1880. . 
1881.. 
1882.. 
1883.. 
1884.. 
1885.. 
1886. . 
1887. . 
1888.. 
1889. . 
1890. . 
1891.. 
1892.. 
1893.. 
1894.. 
1895. . 
1896.. 
1897. . 
1898. . 
1899. . 
1900.. 
1901 . . 
1902. . 
1903.. 
1904- . 
1905.. 
1906. . 
1907.. 
1908. . 
1909.. 
1910. . 
1911.. 
1912. . 
1913. . 
1914. . 
1915. . 
1916.. 
1917.. 
1918. . 



Total. 



Cattle 



days — No Shi 

263,693 

203,580 

215,987 

294,717 

391,709 

401,927 

510,025 

574,181 

622,929 

696,534 

797,724 

703.402 

699,108 

726,903 

886,614 

938,713 

921,009 

966,758 

791,884 

744,093 

704,675 

791,483 

968,385 
1,259,971 
1,260,309 
1,066,264 
1,121,675 

900,163 

950,738 

785,092 

818,326 

843,392 

865,642 

811,874 

934,649 
1,031,576 

909,915 
1,269,455 
1,326,332 
1,410,213 
1,352,998 
1,452,074 
1,355,336 
1,267,679 
1,311,884 
1,216,552 

971,206 

982,449 

807,111 

381,703 

701,672 

835,027 

989,871 



46,007,181 



Calves 



pments. 



33,465 
10,229 
12,671 
31,089 
33,610 
18,657 
15,956 
23,663 
35,576 
61,466 
48,331 
31,004 
13,832 
11,888 
9,882 
6,457 
11,217 
27,844 
18,187 
14,060 
19,387 
26,770 
26,244 
23,416 
26,827 
23,325 
24,837 
31,342 
29,576 
35,199 
27,951 
22,469 
18,461 
16,709 
10,342 
24,545 
32,171 
35,438 



924,093 



Hogs 



482,875 

758,789 
1,020,329 
1,086,305 

924,453 
1,162,286 
1,835,594 
2,197,557 
2,330,361 
1,582,643 
1,131,635 

951,221 
1,266,906 
1,692,361 
1,394,990 
1,289,679 
1,747,722 
1,319,392 
1,392,615 
1,797,446 
2,090,784 
1,812,001 
1,751,829 
1,786,659 
l,985,70ij 
2,962,514 
2,926,145 
2,149,410 
2,465.058 
2,100,613 
1,896,312 
1,629,984 
1,340,544 
1,689,439 
1.4.52,183 
1,300,962 
1,251.798 
1,237,554 
1,626,022 
2,028,106 
1,742,606 
1,711,902 
1.869.758 
1,663,993 
1,202,390 
1,526,722 
1,572,652 
1,672,646 
1,290,712 
1.132,046 
1,404,727 
1.219,328 

970,864 



83.830,022 



Sheep 



75,447 

50,275 

81,634 

108,690 

116,711 

135,084 

145,016 

115,235 

180,555 

243,604 

195,925 

155,354 

156,727 

159,266 

156,510 

253,938 

314,200 

374,463 

290,352 

260,277 

286,912 

445,0:54 

601,241 

711,315 

925,854 

688.205 

483,368 

442,865 

333.398 

474.646 

561,239 

638,110 

543.425 

386.991 

487,254 

763,292 

831,728 

1,000,109 

1,362.270 

1,355,865 

1,341,273 

1,148,724 

1,214,072 

940,321 

1,493,948 

1,283,423 

1,174,673 

1,449,692 

1,273,264 

258.005 

829.405 

836.426 

1.205.210 



31.320.880 



Horses 



162 

387 

2,185 

1,538 

3,488 

5.482 

10.625 

18.540 

16,608 

11,129 

6,839 

6,598 

8,176 

9,289 

8,713 

11,108 

12,788 

14,698 

18,247 

18,582 

26,388 

46,155 

52,866 

73,311 

94,362 

87,273 

74,368 

70.011 

90.441 

109,146 

98.445 

101.006 

102,234 

100.047 

91,703 

102,738 

96,432 

94,768 

98,032 

108,633 

106,604 

85,534 

76,021 

75.976 

67.110 

89,924 

80.691 

81,495 

94,335 

148,442 

193.290 

100.103 

87,057 



3,190,123 



RECAPITULATION 
Receipts of Live Stock of all kinds during 53 years 

Cattle 116,153,488 

Calves 9,832,996 

Hogs 328,293,317 

Sheep 132,627,438 

Horses 3,536,796 



Cattle. 
Calves. 
Hogs. . 
Sheep. 
Horses. 



590,444,035 

Shipments of Live Stock of all kinds during 53 years 



46,007,181 

924,093 

83.830,022 

31,320.880 

3,190,123 



Grand total handled by the Union StockYards 
since its establishment 



165,272,299 
755,716.334 



26 



GRAIN RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS BY CROPS 

Statement showing the receipts and shipments of grain at and from Chicago 
BY CROP YEARS since 1886. 000 omitted. 





Wheat 

Years Ending 
July 1 


Corn 

Years Ending 
November 1 


Oats 

Years Ending 
August 1 


Rye 

Years Ending 
Julv 1 


Barley 

Years Ending 
August 1 




Received 
Bu. 


Shipped 
Bu. 


Received 
Bu. 


Shipped 
Bu. 


Received 
Bu. 


Shipped 
Bu. 


Received 
Bu. 


Shipped 
Bu. 


Received 
Bu. 


Shipped 
Bu. 


1887 


24,775 
20,068 
12,521 
19,668 
15,427 
46,520 
60,895 
21,152 
23,215 
21,842 
18,108 
37,816 
36,406 
28,089 
52,896 
45,229 
36,726 
25,408 
26,090 
22,722 
31,331 
23,485 
21,896 
27,914 
28,902 
36,393 
44,180 
50,824 
107,718 
84,800 
56,647 
13,734 


18,210 
22,894 
12,670 
14,149 
19,890 
41,117 
42,890 
19,203 
21,545 
23,272 
23,622 
37,677 
22.957 
14,947 
47,017 
38,614 
26,752 
20,608 
17,777 
13,453 
16,376 
28,991 
21,013 
21,051 
17,209 
29,004 
4.3,115 
47,906 
90.638 
61,713 
47,22.5 
8,028 


51.225 

64,899 

82,451 

96,256 

68,122 

80,761 

84,314 

71,353 

58,405 

92,819 

113,031 

123,158 

139,443 

130,709 

97,176 

46,143 

96,942 

85,799 

116,459 

102,620 

126,718 

86,685 

92,486 

96,735 

113,808 

109,152 

131,428 

84,954 

116,348 

100.763 

78,69C 

99,860 


48,997 
60,670 
88,158 
95,010 
62,159 
69,556 
75,241 
59,483 
56,718 
87,2.53 
92,838 
123,309 
125,703 
110,402 
71,360 
44,025 
87,549 
73,836 
92,777 
80.417 
95,795 
68,577 
74,373 
72,605 
92,562 
72,840 
94.311 
57,329 
80,493 
02,433 
40.559 
34,539 


42,499 

49,482 

50,031 

67.896 

67,656 

81,182 

81,172 

77.549 

62,928 

98,429 

112.015 

116,961 

113,197 

111,508 

100,820 

71.006 

96.240 

75,140 

71,641 

100,594 

92,526 

97,974 

84,878 

88,950 

108,002 

87,625 

147.105 

105,738 

142,976 

150,478 

144,797 

134,315 


35.366 
41.023 
43.558 
67,955 
57,309 
79,728 
64,698 
57,801 
55,918 
76,933 
87,603 
103,913 
81,590 
83,344 
85,091 
58,985 
65,483 
51.801 
50,203 
81,448 
69.198 
75,326 
75,004 
74,682 
89,617 
70,107 
116,277 
98,433 
129,885 
122,725 
107,631 
86,740 


901 
1,099 
2,823 
3,679 
2.971 
9,528 
3,020 
1,644 
1,458 
1,431 
2,573 
4,007 
5,104 
2,322 
1,932 
2.815 
4,330 
2,467 
1,843 
2,525 
2.553 
2.067 
1,533 
1,362 
1,122 
2,077 
3,290 
3,206 
3,244 
5.652 
5,453 
3.766 


589 
91? 
2,253 
3,771 
2,445 
8,027 
2,198 
1,048 
1,110 
1,088 
2,024 
4.187 
4.198 
1,635 
1,435 
1.625 
3.614 
1,655 
1,379 
1,256 
1.941 
1,558 
1,114 
609 
525 
924 
1,766 
1,020 
2,50f. 
4.646 
4,480 
2,361 


12,322 
12,116 
13,118 
15,164 
16,147 
15.005 
15,604 
12,350 
13,153 
17,409 
16,675 
16,803 
17,030 
19.082 
14,486 
16.383 
19,504 
24,159 
26,486 
25.911 
20,964 
18,099 
29,145 
26,730 
20,104 
20,677 
31,814 
25,033 
25,418 
33.147 
26,669 
21,127 


7,080 


1888 


7,566 


1889 


8,240 


1890 


8,617 


1891 


7,957 


1892 

1893 


10,693 
9,470 


1894 


6,602 


1895 


7,262 


189P. 


10,500 


1897 


9,902 


1898 


7,368 


1899 


6 257 


1900 


7,352 


1901 


3,646 


1902 . . 


4 052 


1903 


3,219 


1904 


4,205 


1905 


5.516 


1906 


8,411 


1907 

1908 


6,657 
7,112 


1909 

1910 


9,127 
7,197 


1911 

1912 

1913 


6,961 
3,842 
7,316 


1914 


5 725 


1915 

1916 


8,502 
11,816 


1917 


7,447 


1918 


6,071 







27 



GRAIN INSPECTION AT CHICAGO. 



Number of cars inspected on arrival by months for six years. 



1918. 


1917. 




Wheat 
Cars 


Corn 
Cars 


Oats 
Cars 


Rye 
Cars 


Barley 
Cars 


Total 

all kinds 

Cars 




Wheat 
Cars 


Com 
Cars 


Oats 
Cars 


Rye 
Cars 


Barley 
Cars 


Total 

all kinds 

Cars 


January 

Februsuy 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 


158 

212 

296 

161 

148 

67 

6,282 

21,275 

10,846 

4,008 

3,695 

3,769 


3,959 
6,866 
8,182 
5,246 
3,250 
5,416 
7,331 
3,603 
7,232 
8,266 
4,088 
3,760 


2,341 
3,669 
3,625 
4,498 
3,388 
3,572 
5,802 
11,275 
4,779 
4,505 
4,737 
4,876 


99 
140 
453 
219 
98 
66 
203 
725 
641 
289 
617 
586 


554 
662 
858 
466 
452 
323 
109 
776 
610 

1,355 
933 

1,164 


7,111 
11,549 
13,414 
10,590 
7,336 
9,444 
19,727 
37,654 
24,108 
18,423 
14,070 
14,155 


January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September... 

October 

November. . . 
December.. . . 


1,321 

1,159 

1,439 

1,493 

1,549 

838 

577 

2,432 

1,520 

1,776 

1,555 

551 


7,301 
4,721 
4,703 
2,824 
3,540 
4,648 
2,846 
2,467 
2,021 
2,103 
3,503 
4,520 


3,605 
2,810 
4,542 
4,185 
3,748 
3,866 
3,273 
7.688 
7,124 
6,314 
5,360 
3,942 


319 
110 
201 
214 
104 
79 
46 
362 
417 
471 
321 
299 


1,374 

774 

985 

860 

453 

375 

369 

858 

1.407 

1,692 

1,524 

1,252 


13,920 
9,574 

11,870 
9,576 
9,394 
9.806 
7.111 


August 

September. . . 

October 

November. . . 
December.... 


13,807 
12,489 
12,356 
12,263 
10,564 


Total 


50,917 


67,199 


57,067 


4,136 


8,262 


187,581 


Total 


16,210 45,197 

1 


56,457 


2.943 


11,923 


132,730 


1916. 


1915. 




Wheat 
Cars 


Com 
Cars 


Oats 
Cars 


Rye 
Cars 


Barley 
Cars 


Total 

all kinds 

Cars 




Wheat 
Cars 


Com 
Cars 


Oats 
Cars 


Rye 
Cars 


Barley 
Cars 


Total 

all kinds 

Cars 


January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 


3,667 
4,738 
6,292 
4,942 
2,681 
1,419 
2,045 
6,447 
2,798 
3,024 
1,787 
1,362 


7,864 
10,635 
5,505 
2,901 
4,873 
2,494 
7,547 
4,339 
6,927 
3,450 
5,953 
7,024 


5,091 
5,190 
3,086 
3,751 
7,782 
3,453 
3,722 
16,077 
6,453 
8,860 
5,112 
3,543 


193 
278 
157 
182 
134 
181 
98 
270 
349 
455 
353 
438 


1,892 

1,557 

1,488 

844 

781 

704 

1,165 

1,236 

2,064 

2,586 

2,012 

1,680 


18,707 
22,398 
16,528 
12,620 
16,251 
8,251 
14,577 
28,369 
18,591 
18,375 
15,217 
14,047 


January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. . . 

October 

November. . . 
December.... 


3,211 
3,355 
2,159 
1.788 
3,452 
1,586 
3,698 
9,776 
6.423 
2,725 
4,594 
4,870 


14.290 
6.468 
3.009 
2.619 
2.676 
3,220 
4,253 
4,114 
6,112 
4,885 
5,351 
6,571 


5.663 
5,288 
5.542 
2,724 
2,472 
2.727 
3.456 
8,743 
8.160 
5.567 
6,689 
3,937 


317 
160 
103 
135 
106 
110 
85 
420 
520 
404 
742 
387 


1,158 

1,058 

1,102 

590 

640 

872 

567 

429 

991 

1,529 

2,098 

2,091 


24,639 

16,329 

11,915 

7,856 

9,346 

8,515 

12,059 


August 

September. . . 

October 

November. . . 
December.... 


23,482 
22,206 
15,110 
19,474 
17,856 


Total 


41,202 


69,512 


72,120 


3,088 


18,009 


204.931 


Total 


47,637 


63,568 


60.968 


3,489 


13,125 


188.787 


191A. 


191S. 




Wheat 
Cars 


Com 
Cars 


Oats 
Cars 


Rye 
Cars 


Barley 
Cars 


Total 

all kinds 

Cars 




Wheat 
Cars 


Com 
Cars 


Oats 
Cars 


Rye 
Cars 


Barley 
Cars 


Total 

ail kinds 

Cars 


SxblWXy 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 


1,662 

2,565 

1,120 

915 

3,778 

1,174 

17,213 

10.873 

8,602 

5,515 

9,458 

5,321 


6,418 
6,128 
5,535 
1,454 
2,069 
7,154 
3,778 
6,610 
5,292 
3,740 
7,932 
17,289 


3,388 
2,519 
3,404 
2,232 
2,748 
4,461 
5,137 
12,141 
8,305 
8,347 
5,471 
5,941 


75 

62 

81 

32 

53 

71 

83 

153 

277 

255 

244 

444 


1,208 

878 

1,062 

741 

585 

921 

346 

331 

1,855 

2,115 

1,564 

1,435 


12,751 
12,152 
11,202 
5.374 
9,233 
13,781 
26,557 
30,108 
24,331 
19,972 
24,669 
30,430 


January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 


2,262 

1,583 

1,313 

982 

727 

1,693 

8.940 

11.485 

3.106 

1,209 

759 

1,066 


16.312 

16,245 
7,514 
2.715 
4.008 

12.563 
4.486 
3,179 

11,319 
3,981 
2,024 

10,587 


5,600 
4,390 
3.714 
3.462 
4,918 
7,729 
4,707 
7,027 
5,902 
3,642 
2,552 
3,333 


160: 1.883 

1191 1.463 

125| 1,457 

851 1.033 

78 712 

97| 1,319 

1201 i-fv« 


26,217 
23,800 
14,123 
8,277 
10,443 
23,401 
19,296 


August 

September... 

October 

November. . . 
December.... 


August 

September. . . 

October 

November. . . 
December.... 


238 
329 
355 

272 
84 


540 
1,239 
2,763 
1,263 
1,323 


22,46& 
21,895 
11,950 
6,870- 
16,393 


Total 


68,196 


73,399 


64,094 


1,830 


13,041 


220,560 


Total 


35,116 


94.933 


56.976 


2,062 


16,038 


205,134 



\ ' . ; "r?-j.i ■'rSff.f 'f^iiii ^rtfiJ^'*"^ ^^^'^■' 



28 



STATE INSPECTION AND WEIGHING RATES 

FOR "IN" INSPECTION: 

On all wheat and corn or other grain where moisture test of same is now or hereafter required or 
given, one-half cent (J^c) per bag. 
If in Bulk: 

One dollar ($1.00) per carload. 

Twenty-five cents (25c) per wagon or cartload. 

Seventy-five cents (7oc) per one thousand (1,000) bushels from boats. 
On all other grains, where no moisture test is required or given, one-half cent (}^c) per bag. 
If in Bulk: 

Seventy-five cents (75c) per carload. 

Twenty-five cents (25c) per wagon or cartload. 

Fifty cents (50c) per one thousand (1,000) bushels from boats. 

FOR "OUT" INSPECTION: 
On all wheat or corn or other grains where moisture test of same is now or hereafter required or 
given, one-half cent (He) per bag. 
If in Bulk: 

One dollar ($1.00) per carload. 

Seventy-five cents (75c) per one thousand (1,000) bushels to boats. 

Twenty-five cents (25c) per wagon or cartload. 
On all other grains where no moisture test is required or given, one-half cent (J^c) per bag. 
If in Bulk : 

Seventy-five cents (75c) per carload. 

Fifty cents (50c) per one thousand (1,000) bushels to boats. 

Twenty-five cents (25c) per wagon or cartload. 

Walter E. Schmidt, Chief Inspector, 

715 Insurance Exchange Bldg. 

Department of Grain and Commerce in charge of grain inspection: 
William H. Boys, Director. James Bali^win, Assistant Director. 

Registrar: 
Gustave Hetzel, 764 Insurance Exchange Bldg. 

Committee of appeals on grain inspection: 

Walter Metcalf. Wm. Hunt. 



Samuel H. Smith. 



BOARD OF TRADE DEPARTMENTS 

Grain sampling and seed inspection department: 
Henry Ulrich, Chief Grain Sampler. 

Forty (40) cents per carload for sampling grain, and the moisture test on same to be charged at 
the rate of fifteen (15) cents per car. 

Thirty (30) cents per 1,000 bushels for sampling grain loaded into or unloaded from vessels. 

Sampling bulkhead cars to be at the rate of two (2) cars for bulkhead samples, and moisture test 
to be fifteen (15) cents for each bulkhead test. 

Special car sampling to be arranged as per special agreement. 

Special moisture testing to be twenty-five (25) cents per sample. 

Sampling of bulk and sacked seeds as follows: 



1 to 

6 to 

16 to 

31 to 



Timothy. 

5 bags $0 . 25 

1 5 bags 40 

30 bags 60 

60 bags 75 

61 to 125 bags 1 . 50 

126 to 200 bags 2.25 

201 to 300 bags 3.00 

301 to 350 bags 3. 50 

351 to 425 bags 4.25 

426 to 500 bags 5.00 

501 and up IJ^c per bag. 

Bulk Seed 1 . 00 



SCALE OF PRICES. 



Clover and Other Seeds. 

1 to 5 bags $0 . 25 

6 to 15 bags 50 

16 to 30 bags 60 

31 to 60 bags 1.00 

61 to 100 bags 1.50 

101 to 125 bags 1 . 75 

126 to 160 bags 2.25 

161 to 175 bags 2.50 

176 to 200 bags 2.75 

201 to 225 bags 3.00 

226 to 250 bags 3.25 

251 and up, 13^c per bag. 



FLAXSEED 
Henry Ulrich, Chief Inspector. 

For inspecting flax seed received in bulk — for each carload of one grade $0 . 75 

For inspecting flaxseed received in bulk — where two or more grades are found in the same car — 

for each grade 50 

For each one thousand bushels from elevator or warehouse to lake transportation 75 

For each bag lot of 100 bags or under 50 

For each additional bag over 100 bags J^c 

For each wagon-load* 16% 

No inspection charge less than 50 

*Four wagon-loads to be counted as equal to 1 carload. 



^.;ii 



29 



BOARD OF TRADE DEPARTMENTS— Continued 

WEIGHING DEPARTMENT V 

H. A. Foss, Weighmaster and Custodian. 

WEIGHING CHARGES. 

Grain, by cargo, from elevator to vessels, per M bu $0 20 

Grain, by cargo, from vessels to elevators, per M bu 20 

Grain, from canal-boats, per M bu 20 

Grain in bulk, per car-load (Depending on location) $0 50 to 2 00 

Flaxseed in bags or bulk, per car, not including handling labor 60 

Grain, seed, beans, potatoes and similar articles in bags, per bag 05 

PROVISION INSPECTION DEPARTMENT. 

Harry Boore, Chief Inspector and Registrar. 

For inspecting beef and pork — for the first five barrels, per brl $1 00 

For inspecting beef and pork — for each additional brl 30 

For inspecting S. P. meats — for the first five tierces, per tc 1 00 

For inspecting S. P. meats — for each additional tc 25 

For inspecting boxed meats — for the first five boxes, per box 1 00 

For inspecting boxed meats — for each additional box 50 

In case the whole of the lot is inspected, not including labor and coopering: 

For inspecting beef and pork, per brl $0 12 J^ 

For inspecting S. P. meats — in lots of fifty tierces or more, per tc 15 

For inspecting S. P. meats — in lots of less than fifty tierces, per tc 17 H 

For inspecting S. P. meats — in lots of one hundred tierces or more, per tc 12 J^ 

For inspecting bulk or boxed meats — ^in car-load lots or more, per M lbs. 17 V^ 

For inspecting lard — in lots of one hundred tierces or more, per tc 05 

For inspecting or sampling tallow, grease and oils, per pkg 06 

For weighing lard and grease, per package 05 

For weighing tallow, in half hogsheads or smaller packages, per package . . 05 

For weighing tallow, in hogsheads, per package 12 H 

For weighing bulk meats, not including labor, per M lbs 12 3^ 

For stripping lard or grease at regular warehouse — per package 50 

FLOUR. 

John T. Canvin, Chief Inspector. 

For inspecting flour, per brl $0 02 

For inspecting flour, in sacks under 98 lbs., per sack 01 

TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT. 
John S. Brown, Manager. 



30 



GRAIN INSPECTION AT CHICAGO 

WALTER E. SCHMIDT, Chief Grain Inspector, Illinois State Grain 

Inspection Department. 

Number of Cars inspected on arrival, by month, during 1918. 

WHEAT 





Winter Wheat— Cars 


Spring Wheat— Cars 


Mixed Wheat— Cars 




Months 


6 


a 
d 


>-• 

S 

c 

cc 
d 


S 

c 

d 


S 

-a 
2 
C 

o 


3 


to 

.S 

CO 

d 

14 

52 

86 

13 

14 

3 

12 

1764 

1322 

650 

532 

386 

4848 

959 

2588 


_o 

d 

22 

36 

52 

18 

25 

15 

5 

301 

561 

402 

383 

365 

2185 

911 

1954 


to 

c 

1 

d 

13 

12 

30 

15 

8 

1 

3 

179 

417 

258 

290 

289 

1515 

845 

1796 


be 

•c 

d 

6 

8 
5 
1 

1 
1 

"56 
210 
111 
135 
149 

683 

741 

1393 


g 

1 
C 
Ss 

9 

14 

11 

15 

4 

5 

2 

38 

129 

118 

113 

96 

564 

845 
57' 


3 

o 
E-1 

64 

122 

184 

62 

52; 

25l 

22 

2338 

2649 

1539 

1453 

1285 

9795 
4301 

8303 


.5 
d 

2: 


S 
d 


S 
d 


d 


S 
-a 
E 
O 

o 
►J 


1 


Total 
Cars 


January 


4668 
12354 

3384 
776 
549 
381 


13 

23 

18 

29 

27 

8 

1199 

5391 

3623 

1089 

1044 

1134 


41 

30 

46 

28 

28 

20 

204 

763 

483 

161 

180 

219 


14 

11 

16 

12 

14 

5 

106 

214 

117 

39 

85 

134 


24 

24 

24 

29 

26 

8 

83 

215 

171 

91 

97 

121 


93 

89 

108 

99 

96 

42 

6260 

18937 

7778 

2156 

1955 

1989 


1 










1 
1 
4 


158 


February 




1 

2 






212 


March 










296 


April 








.... 


161 


May 














148 


June 














67 


July 














6282 


.August 














21275 


September. . . 

October 

November... 
December 


203 
170 
120 
171 

665 

58 


136 
81 
80 

198 


46 
23 
37 
52 


9 
7 

20 
44 


25 
32 
30 
30 


419 
313 

287 
495 


10846 
4008 
3695 
3769 


Total 

Total, 1917. . 
Total, 1916. . 


22121 

128 
137 


13598 

4289 

13856 


2203 

3949 

13763 


767 
1683 
3787 


913 39602 
1644'11693 
1357 32900 


497 
96 


161 
29 


80 
19 


117 
14 


1520 
216 


50917 

16480 
41203 






! 





















Months 



January 

February. . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. . 

October 

November. . 
December... 



Total.... 
Total. 1917. 
Total, 1916. 



Corn— Cars 



18 
8 

20 
8 
8 
6 
1 
1 



2 

5 

14 

119 

58 

117 

108 

63 

90 

98 

56 

7 



47 
124 
180 
368 

159; 

216 
269 
193 
292 
285 
188 
72 



153 
421 
497 
377 
127 
203 
261 
184 
264 
271 
223 
595 



737 2393 3576 
6337 7382:3041 
9212,7161i5982 



414 518 
980 964 



1060 
223 
137 
225 
346 
178 
351 
421 
436 
919 



975 
361 
253 
394 
742 
284 
645 
814 
412 
258 



5690 6620 

840 959 

41122780 



19 
14 
15 
86 
47 
29 
37 
32 
26 
35 
13 




359 
2220 
5379 



29 
23 
50 

122 
76 
77 

121 
71 

107 

132 
76 
65 



949 
2835 
3684 



61 

72 
164 
114 

75 

74 
140 

68 
101 
138 
188 
404 



1598 

957 

2934 



J3 



89 

205 

336 

97 

75 

90 

171 

110 

170 

190 

226 

413 



2172 

305 

1731 



J3 






115 
248 
416 
171 
146 
189 
341 
181 
312 
405 
256 
134 



2914 

310 

1382 



6 

20 

10 

65 

20 

22 

23 

4 

3 

3 

3 

9 



186 
5030 
3166 



41 
87 
97 
198 
52 
27 
68 
23 
22 
20 
19 
47 



701 
4793 

5188 



67 

106 

106 

203 

19 

22 

41 

21 

29 

34 

28 

149 



829 
2217 
2675 



l^-. 



141 

291 

258 

119 

28 

25 

61 

17 

39 

39 

46 

234 



1295 

636 

1619 



to 



181 
317 

307 

200 

53 

55 

108 
45 
59 
98 
79 
87 



1589 

762 

1156 






2076 
2989 
3697 
2405 
1917 
3631 
4486 
2121 
4716 
5282 
1838 
361 



35519 

5677 

11348 



3959 
6866 
8182 
5246 
3250 
5416 
7331 
3603 
7232 
8266 
4088 
3760 



67199 
45197 
69512 



31 



GRAIN INSPECTION— Continued 





Oata — Cars 


Rye— Cars 


Barley— Care 


Months 


.■§ 


S 

2 




S 

IS 


'.3 




•2 




-a 












S 
















•a 






d 


c 


as 


6 


6 


d 


d 


d 


2 
O 


3 

o 


d 


d 


CO 

d 


•>* 
d 


1 


o 


,—1 
d 


d 


CO 

d 


d 


•s 




owGra 
r- 

otal 




^; 


!z: 


OJ 


2: 


iz; 


Z 


Z 


!z; 


►^ 


H 


^; 


iz: 


^: 


Z 


1-^ 


H 


Z 


S5 


m^ 


Z 


b 


« 


1-3 


E- 


January 




165 


910 


1063 


164 


20 


4 




15 


2341 




58 


30 


9 


2 


99 




1 


273 


212 


38 


27 


3 


554 


February.. . . 




434 


1598 


1313 


252 


46 


7 


1 


18 


3669 


1 


86 


24 


25 


4 


140 


1 


9 


340 


239 


36 


35 


2 


662 


March 




405 


1451 


1484 


200 


41 


8 


3 


33 


3625 


9 


329 


90 


14 


11 


453 




11 


360 


291 


115 


79 


2 


858 


April 




386 


1418 


2242 


263 


116 


35 


8 


30 


4498 


1 


164 


39 


10 


5 


219 




5 


128 


174 


124 


33 


2 


466 


May 




311 


1363 


1331 


267 


49 


14 


2 


51 


3388 


1 


76 


15 


5 


1 


98 




2 


152 


197 


72 


29 




452 


June 




414 


1577 


1350 


133 


54 


18 


1 


25 


3572 




44 


14 


6 


2 


66 




7 


114 


123 


59 


18 


2 


323 


July 


1 


369 


1870 


3149 


189 


165 


19 


5 


35 


5802 


7 


168 


23 


2 


3 


203 






38 


52 


8 


4 


7 


109 


August 


1 


176 


3966 


6576 


169 


295 


15 


2 


75 


11275 


55 


554 


76 


20 


20 


725 




3 


315 


420 


17 


8 


13 


776 


September. . . 




38 


1002 


3343 


209 


65 


11 


1 


110 


4779 


50 


512 


42 


15 


22 


641 






187 


327 


46 


14 


36 


610 


October 




49 


930 


3106 


319 


34 


10 


1 


56 


4505 


9 


188 


49 


24 


19 


289 


1 


3 


422 


797 


72 


26 


34 


1355 


November. . . 




67 


1310 


2839 


391 


72 


4 


4 


50 


4737 


11 


433 


98 


53 


22 


617 




2 


318 


513 


53 


28 


19 


933 


December 




38 


1373 


3014 


345 


50 


6 


4 


46 


4876 


14 


356 


128 


74 


14 


586 




3 


422 


569 


84 


77 


9 


1164 


Total, 1918.. 


2 


2852 


18768 


30810 


2901 


1007 


152 


32 


544 


57067 


158 


2968 


628 


257 


125 


4136 


2 


46 


3069 


3914 


724 


378 


129 


8262 


Total, 1917. . 


4 


2254 


18938 


30300 


33.W 


723 


113 


27 


663 


56457 


29 


1523 


989 


312 


90 


2943 


1 


1149 


4492 


4236 


785 


1118 


140 


11923 


Total, 1916.. 


56 


1019 


15459 


42052 


10873 


601 


216 


107 


1737 


72120 


10 


1228 


1099 


582 


169 


3088 


20 


1640 


6751 


7500 


1239 


712 


147 


18009 



RECAPITULATION 



Wheat 
Cars 



Corn 
Cars 



Oats 
Cars 



Rye 
Cars 



Barley 
Cars 



Total 
Cars 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Total, 1918 
Total, 1917 
Total, 1916 



158 

212 

296 

161 

148 

67 

6,282 

21,275 

10,846 

4.008 

3,695 

3,769 



3,959 
6,866 
8,182 
5,246 
3,250 
5,416 
7,331 
3,603 
7,232 
8,266 
4,088 
3,760 



2,341 
3,669 
3,625 
4,498 
3,388 
3,572 
5,802 
11,275 
4,779 
4,505 
4,737 
4,876 



140 
453 
219 
98 
66 
203 
725 
641 
289 
617 
586 



554 
662 
858 
466 
452 
323 
109 
776 
610 

1,355 
933 

1,164 



7,111 
11,549 
13,414 
10,590 
7,336 
9,444 
19,727 
37,654 
24,108 
18,423 
14,070 
14,155 



50,917 
16,210 
41.202 



67,199 
45,197 
69,512 



57,067 
56,457 
72,120 



4,136 
2.943 
3.088 



8,262 
11,923 
18,009 



187,581 
132,730 
204,931 



32 



REGULAR WAREHOUSES 

Declared Regular Warehouses for the storage of grain and flaxseed, under the rules 

of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago and the regulations and 

requirements of its Board of Directors, from the date stated 

in margin, until the first day of July, 1919. 



Regular 
JfYom 


NAME OF WAREHOUSE 


OPERATED BY 


Capacity 
Bushels 


July 1.1918 


Armoiir Elevator, comprising Houses A and B 

Armour Elevator C 


Armour Grain Company 

Armour Grain Company 

Central Elevator Company 

J. Rosenbaum Grain Company 

J. Rosenbaum Grain Company 

J. Rosenbaimi Grain Company 

J. Rosenbaum Grain Company 

South Chicago Elevator Company. . . 


1.500.000 
1,000,000 
1,000,000 
2,000.000 
400,000 
1,550,000 
1,250,000 
3,000.000 


A 


Calumet Elevator B 


a 


Chicago & St. Louis Elevator and Annex 


« 


J. Rosenbaum Elevator A 


« 


J. Rosenbaum Elevator B 


« 


Bock Island Elevator A 


« 


South Chicago Elevator C and Annex 







Total capacity . 



11,700,000 



GRAIN STORAGE RATES FOR 1918 



Storage rates on all grain or flax seed received in bulfc and in good condition, shall not be in excess of one (1) cent 
per bushel for the first ten days or part thereof, and one-twenty fifth (1-25) of one cent per bushel for each additional day 
thereafter so long as such grain or flax seed remains in good condition. 



33 
CHICAGO ELEVATOR WAREHOUSES 



The following warehouses comprise all grain warehouses in the Chicago district, except 
those declared regular under the rides of the Board of Trade of the City of 

Chicago, on January 6, 1919. 



NAME OF ELEVATOR 



*A. Dickinson (35th St.) 

Acme Malt 

American Linseed Co 

American Maize 

* American Malting Co. (Kensington) 

American Malting Co. (13th and Rockwell Sts.). 

American Malting Co. (Bliss and Hickory Sts.).. 

Atlantic 

B. A. Eckhart Mill 

Badenoch 

•Belt 



Byrnes 

*Calumet A 

*CalumetC 

Calumet Malting Co 

•Central 

•Chicago & North Western Ry. (Terminal) . 

Colimibia Malting Co 

•Concrete 

•Cragin 

Edwards Elevator 

Fleischman 

•Grand Crossing 

•Grand Trunk 

•Hales 

Hales & Garden 

•Harvey 

•Hamilton Elevator and Tanks 

Hayford 

Hirst k Begley 

Interstate 

•Irondale 

•Keystone 

Keelin Bros 

•Matteson 

McAvoy's Brewery 

•McKenna & Rodgers 

Merchants Elevator 

Michigan Central 

•Minnesota 

•Mueller & Young 

•National 

•New York Central 

Northwestern Yeast 

•Norris 

Range & Sons 

•Rialto 

•Rockwell 

•J. Rosenbaum C 

•Santa Fe 

Schwill Malt House 

Seipps Brewery 

•South Chicago D 

Standard Brewery 

•Standard 

Star & Crescent 

•Union 

U. S. Brewery 

•Wabash 



Total., 



OPERATED BY 



A. Dickinson Co 

Acme Malt Co 

American Linseed Co 

American Maize Products Co.. 

American Malting Co 

American Malting Co 

American Malting Co 

Arcadia Farms Milling Co ... . 

B. A. Eckhart MiUing Co 

J. J. Badenoch Co 

Rosenbaimi Bros 

W. J. BjTnes & Co 

Central Elevator Co 

Central Elevator Co 

Calumet Malting Co 

Armour Grain Co 

Armour Grain Co 

Columbia Malting Co 

Hales & Edwards Co 

F.J. Delany 

Hales & Edwards Co 

Fleischman Malting Co 

F.G.Ely 

Armour Grain Co 

Hales & Edwards Co 

Brooks Elevator Co 

Harvey Grain Co 

Hales & Edwards Co 

Frank Marshall. 

Hirst & Begley Linseed Co. . . . 

Quaker Oats Co 

J. Rosenbaum Grain Co 

E. R. Bacon 

Keelin Bros 

C. L. Daugherty & Co 

McAvoy Brewing Co 

McKenna & Rodgers 

Hales & Edwards Co 

F. H. MeaUEF & Son 

Armour Grain Co 

Mueller & Young Grain Co. . . 

Central Elevator Co 

Central Elevator Co 

Northwestern Yeast Co 

Norris & Co 

J. Range & Sons 

Nye-Jenks Grain Co 

W.E.Ellis 

J. Rosenbaum Grain Co 

Armour Grain Co 

A. Schwill & Co 

Seipp Brewing Co 

South Chicago Elevator Co. . . 

Standard Brewing Co 

Taylor & Bournique Co 

Star & Crescent Milling Co. . . 

Armour Grain Co 

U. S. Brewing Co 

E. R. Bacon 



Capacity 
Bushels 



600,000 

200,000 

200,000 

100,000 

500,000 

550,000 

500,000 

50,000 

1,000,000 

350,000 

1,500,000 

40,000 

1,200,000 

1,200,000 

420,000 

1,000,000 

6,000,000 

1,000,000 

1,500,000 

600,000 

20,000 

1,000,000 

60,000 

400,000 

1,000,000 

550,000 

270,000 

500,000 

100,000 

75,000 

775,000 

1,000,000 

1,500,000 

100,000 

100,000 

100,000 

50,000 

20,000 

300,000 

750,000 

1,000,000 

1,000,000 

1,500,000 

350,000 

1.000,000 

20,000 

1,000,000 

80,000 

250,000 

1,500,000 

3,000,000 

325,000 

1,500,000 

100,000 

400,000 

500,000 

1,800,000 

100,000 

1,500,000 



45,605,000 



*Operated under the Custodian Rule of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago. 



34 
LIVE HOGS. 

Receipts and Shipments during, 1918. 
(As reported by the Union Stock Yards Co.) 



♦Receipts. 



Chicago & North Western Ry 

Illinois Central R. R 

Chicago, R. I. & Pacific Ry 

Chicago, B. & Quincy R. R 

Chicago cfe Alton R. R 

Chicago & Eastern 111. R. R 

Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul Ry 

Wabash Ry 

Chicago Great Western 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. 

M. St. P. & S. S. M. Ry 

C.&O.ofInd 

Chicago, Ind. & Lou. Ry 

Indiana Harbor R. R 

Pere Marquette R. R 

Michigan Central R. R 

New York Central R. R 

Pittsburgh, Ft. W. & Chicago Ry. 

Pittsburgh, C. C. & St. L. Ry 

Baltimore & Ohio R. R 

Grand Trunk Western 

N. Y., Chicago & St. L. R. R 

Chicago & Erie R. R 

Chicago Junction 

Driven in 



Total. 



,748,300 
925,744 
,066,113 
,331,050 
217,981 
257,707 
,468,432 
263,801 
338,724 
227,730 
70,873 



214,689 

1,558 

17,662 

38,830 

90,833 

53,610 

118,865 

34,031 

34,547 

36,100 

47,839 

71 

9,100 



8,614,190 



Shipments. 



Chicago & North Western Ry 

Illinois Central R. R 

Chicago, R. I. & Pacific Ry 

Chicago, B. & Quincy R. R 

Chicago & Alton R. R 

Chicago & Eastern III. R. R 

Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul Ry 

Wabash Ry 

Chicago Great Western 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. 

M. St. P. & S. S. M. Ry 

C.&O.of Ind 

Chicago, Ind. & Lou. Ry 

Indiana Harbor R. R 

Pere Marquette R. R 

Michigan Central R. R 

New York Central R. R 

Pittsburgh, Ft..W. & Chicago Ry. 

Pittsburgh, C. C. & St. L. Ry 

Baltimore & Ohio R. R , 

Grand Trunk Western , 

N. Y., Chicago & St. L. R. R 

Chicago & Erie R. R 



Total 

City consumption and packing. 



59,393 

3,172 

1,467 

3,529 

1,999 

8,696 

3,984 

2,535 

376 

416 

328 



8,361 



103,645 

434,916 

97,754 

21,737 

24,277 

829 

182,523 

10,927 

970,864 
8,031,478 



By months during 191 S. 



•Receipts 



January.. . 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 
October... 
November. 
December. 

Total. 



729,001 
917,429 
975,169 
786,762 
658,613 
512,529 
628,245 
434,363 
397,693 
680,835 
893,755 
999,794 



8,614,190 



Av. 
Wt. 



216 
231 
238 
242 
238 
235 
243 
243 
247 
233 
225 
223 



2UM 



Shipments 



January 76,185 

February 114,900 

March 262,348 

April 178,344 

May 98,958 

June 52,820 

July 44,638 

August 53,607 

September 24,379 

October 25,599 

November 17,197 

December 21,889 

Total 970,864 

City consumption and packing 8,031,478 



•Receipts of hogs not included in the above statement were 388,152, making a total of 9,002,342 head. 



35 



CATTLE AND SHEEP. 

Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 1918 by routes. 
(As reported by the Union Stock Yards Co.) 



Receipts. 


Shipments. 




Cattle. 


Sheep. 




Cattle. 


Sheep. 


Chicago & North West. Ry.. . 

111. Cent. R. R 

Chicaeo. R. I. & Pac. Ry.. . 


871,357 
255,932 
329,082 
691,824 
113,650 

53,514 
858,220 

65,420 
120,273 
127,709 

84,437 


1,244,986 

144,062 

238,487 

969,019 

54,491 

135,405 

978,946 

43,171 

92,953 

154,584 

131,206 


Chicago & North West. Ry.. . 

111. Cent. R. R 

C. R. I. & P. Rv 


45,060 
42,278 
17,284 
43,325 
17,623 
22,096 
28,789 
20,927 

3,966 
10,467 

2,426 


71,648 
79,477 
43,949 


Chicago, B. & Quincy R.R. . . 

Chicago & Alton R. R 

Chicago & East. 111. R. R. . . . 
Chicago, Mil. & St. P. Ry 


C. B. & Q. R. R 

Chicago & Alton R. R. . . , . . . 

Chicago & East. 111. R. R 

C. M. & St. P. Ry 


108.988 
30,010 
46,500 
64,512 


Wabash Ry 


Wabash Ry 


38,617 


Chicago Great West. R. R. . . 
Atch., Top. & Santa Fe Ry.. . 

M. St. P. & S. S. M. Ry 

C. & O. of Indiana 


Chicago Great West. R. R... 
Atch., Top. & Santa Fe Ry.. . 

M. St. P. &S.S. M. Ry 

C. & 0. of Indiana 


10,416 
24,612 
20,982 


Chicago, Ind. & Lou. Ry 

Indiana Harbor R. R 


40,274 
169 
30,728 
30,415 
37,118 
10,804 
20,184 

3,791 
22,565 
12,345 

6,749 
30 

3,332 


208,123 


C. I. &L. Ry 

Indiana Harbor R. R 


32,474 


43,682 


Pere Marquette R. R 

Michigan Central R. Ri 

New York Central Lines 

Pitts., Ft. W. & Chi. Ry 

P. C. C. &St. L. Ry 

Baltimore & Ohio R. R 

Grand Trunk Western Ry . . . 

N. Y. C. & St. L. R. R 

Chicago & Erie R. R 


12,736 
25,054 
51,431 
15,315 
53,888 

7,637 
40,72? 
19,452 

6,731 


Pere Marquette R. R 

Michigan Central R. R 

New York Central Lines 

P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

P. C. C. &St. L. Ry 

Baltimore & Ohio R. R 

Grand Trunk Western Ry... . 

N. Y. C. & St. L. R. R 

Chicago & Erie R. R 

Totals 


" 1,190 

135,957 

139,675 

172,075 

60,979 

59,684 

43,123 

66,998 

22,847 


4,595 

170,554 

155,612 

105,880 

64,145 

26,362 

49,449 

26,987 

18,233 


Driven in 


1,336 


989,871 
2,800,051 


1,205,210 




City consumption and pkg. . . 


3,424,526 


Totals 


3,789,922 


4,629,736 



CATTLE AND SHEEP. 

Receipts and shipmtnis at Chicago during 1918 by months. 
(As reported by the Union Stock Yards Co.) 



Receipts. 



Cattle. 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . . 
September. 
October. . . 
November. 
December. 

Totals 



260,570 
280,442 
304,187 
302,562 
228,232 
245,378 
314,123 
264,991 
388,790 
414,423 
401,680 
384,544 



Sheep. 



289,335 
251,607 
257,950 
245,154 
237,337 
252,273 
240,342 
416,723 
667,660 
671,208 
573,719 
426,428 



3,789,922 



4,629,736 



Shipments. 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . . 
September. 

October 

November. 
December. 



Totals 

City consumption and pkg. . . 



Cattle. 



62,680 

61,824 

91,714 

70,025 

64,475 

67,341 

63,070 

67,243 

95,994 

115,653 

124,349 

105,503 



989,871 
2,800,051 



Sheep . 



46,637 

59,260 

56,246 

46,20.) 

40,690 

27,746 

38,721 

121,270 

246,415 

290,351 

148,122 

83,546 



1,205,210 
3,424,526 



ji-^ji-J-i^K 1' V^- -jn'^r •-. ■ ;i^-vOr< iCt-^Ji:^&A:*^ 



36 



FRESH MEATS AND LARD. 

Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 1918, by routes. 





Fresh Meats 


Lard 




Received. 
Lbs. 


Shipped. 
Lbs. 


Received. 
Lbs. 


Shipped. 
Lbs. 


Lake 










Illinois & Michigan Canal 










Chicago & North Western Railway 


238,061,000 

110,113,000 

216,976,000 

103,593,000 

333,786,000 

885,000 

88,572,000 

25,363,000 

68,296,000 

19,059,000 

49,921,000 


10,006,000 

59,565,000 

890,000 

13,021,000 

7,224,000 
24,814,000 

1,068,0|00 

10,164,000 

100,000 

6,7.32,000 

2,062,000 


35,932,000 

22,966,000 

18,409,000 

2,871,000 

17,374,000 

270,000 

6,957,000 

3,482,000 

12,022,000 

782,000 

316,000 


6,174,000 

6,533,000 

199 000 


Illinois Central Railroad 


Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 


Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad 


678,000 

938,000 

6,609,000 

50,000 
247,000 

27,000 


Chicago & Alton Railroad 


Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 


Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 


Wabash Railway (west of Chicago) 


Chicago Great Western Railroad 


Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway 


Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway. . . 
Elgin, J diet & Eastern Railway 


672,000 


Eastern and Southeastern Lines 


17,466,000 


1,525,066,000 


• 4,377,000 


312,475,000 




Totals 


1,272,091,000 


1,660,712,000 


125,758,000 


334,602,000 



FRESH MEATS AND LARD. 



Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 19 IS, by months. 



January 

February.. . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September.. . 

October 

November. . . 
December. . . 

Totals. 



Fresh Meats 



Received. 
Lbs. 



73,011,000 

87,010,000 
117,194,000 

96,641,000 
100,527,000 

96,826,000 
116,330,000 
105,686,000 
101,389,000 
128,424,000 
111,538,000 
137,515,000 



1,272,091,000 



Shipped. 
Lbs. 



113,581,000 
125,541,000 
106,374,000 
110,157,000 
139,341,000 
107,112,000 
142,084,000 
121,638,000 
113,058,000 
171,870,000 
159,620,000 
250,336,000 



1,660,712,000 



Lard 



Received. 
Lbs. 



7,210,000 

9,662,000 

17,147,000 

10,938,000 

10,057,000 

9,753,000 

12,776,000 

8,909,000 

7,260,000 

8,320,000 

10,767,000 

12,959,000 



125,758,000 



Shipped. 
Lbs. 



17,744,000 
16,504,000 
21,842,000 
21,783,000 
22,4P4,000 
12,660,000 
22,883,000 
15,708,000 
22,137,000 
50,636,000 
57,437,000 
52,864,000 



334,602,000 



37 



HOG PRODUCTS OTHER THAN LARD. 



Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 1918, by routes. 





Babbelbd Pork. 


Otheb Meats. 




Received. 
Brls. 


Shipped. 
Brls. 


Received. 
Lbs. 


Shipped. 
Lbs. 


Lake 










Illinois & Michigan Canal 










Chicago & North Western Railway 


800 

2,000 

926 


2,867 
100 


37,992,000 
12,616,000 
16,104,000 


5,723,000 


Illinois Central Railroad 


33,616,000 


Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 


1,156,000 


Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad 




1,083,000 


Chicago & Alton Railroad 






154,235,000 

30,000 

9,603,000 

10,715,000 

12,379,000 

6,842,000 

103,000 


20,278,000 


Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 




625 


25,418,000 


Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 


880 
100 


92,000 


Wabash Railway (west of Chicago) 


100 


323,000 


Chicago Great Western Railroad 


346,000 


Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway 


140 




3,307,000 


Minneapolis, St. Paul & Saidt Ste. Marie Railway. . . 
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 


732 


1,248,000 


Eastern and Southeastern Lines 


2,085 


97,763 


10,702,000 


856,422,000 






Totals 


6,931 


102.187 


271,321,000 


948,922,000 



HOG PRODUCTS OTHER THAN LARD. 



Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 1918, by months. 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June , 

July 

August.. .. , 
September., 

October 

November. 
December. 



Totals. 



Barreled Pore 



Received, i Shipped. 
Brls. Brls. 



528 
245 

!,281 
100 
300 



100 
770 



310 
2,297 



6,931 



8,766 

10,419 

6,323 

7,418 

5,385 

2,292 

3,581 

2,916 

12,176 

19,846 

12,270 

10,795 



102,187 



Other Mkatb 



Received. 
Lbs. 



16,161,000 
23,621,000 
30,332,000 
29,319,000 
27,301,000 
29,835,000 
30,256,000 
20,270,000 
22,439,000 
16,895,000 
11,736,000 
13,156,000 



271,321,000 



Shipped. 
Lbs. 



67,371,000 
69,218,000 
72,535,000 
62,959,000 
63,612,000 
80,893,000 
94,646,000 
73,214,000 
66,371,000 
94,557,000 
85,385,000 
118,071,000 



948,922,000 



38 
CHICAGO CATTLE AND HOG STATISTICS. 

Receipts and shipments of caitle for ci series of years. 





Kecelved. 


Shipped. 




Received. 


Shipped. 




Keceived. 


Sutpped. 


1880 


1.382.477 


736.903 


1893 


3.l3:^.406 


900.183 


J906 


3,329.250 


1.352,998 


1881 


1.498.5.50 


938.712 


1894 


2.974.363 


950.738 


1907 


3,305,314 


1,452,074 


1883 


1.582,530 


931.009 


1895 


2.588.5.58 


785.092 


1908 


3,039.206 


1,355.336 


1883 


1,878,944 


966.758 


1896 


2.600,476 


818,326 


1909 


2,929,805 


1.267,679 


1884 


1.817.697 


791,884 


1897 


2,554,924 


843,392 


1910 


3,052,958 


1,311.884 


1885 


1,905.518 


744.093 


1898 


2.480,897 


865,642 


1911 


2.931.831 


1,216,552 


1886 


1.963.900 


704,675 


1899 


2.514.446 


811,874 


1912 


2,652.343 


971,206 


J887 


2.382,008 


971.483 


1900 


2,729,046 


934,649 


1913 


2.513,074 


982,449 


1888 


2.611..543 


968.3)^5 


1901 


3,031.396 


1,031.576 


1914 


2,237.881 


807,111 


1889 


3,023.381 


1.2.59.971 


1902 


2 941,559 


909,915 


1915 


2,262.108 


381,034 


1890 


3.484.280 


1.260.309 


1903 


3,432.486 


1,269,455 


1916 


2,7311,176 


701,672 


1891 


3.2.50.359 


1.066.264 


1904 


3.259,185 


1,326,332 


1917 


3.209 427 


835.027 


1893 


3.571.796 


1.121.675 


1905... . 


:^.410.469 


1.410,213 


1918 


3.7^9.922 


989.871 



Heceipts and shipments of hogs for a series of years. 






Received. 


Shipped. 




Live. 


Dressed. 

13,800 

16,702 

18,481 

14,367 

9.901 

5.273 

21,810 

60.658 

44.262 

2,079 

1,698 

3,640 

1,485 

1,598 

5,513 

6.645 

13.042 

20,0-24 

11.487 

1,7(13 

587 

222 

571 

289 

18 

1,.536 


Totals. 


Live. 


Dressed. 


Totals. 


1887 


5,470,8.52 
4,921,712 
5,998,-526 
7.663.828 
8.600.806 
7.714.435 
6.057.278 
7.483.228 
7.885.383 
7,659.472 
8,36:5,734 
9..363,441 
8,721,596 
8,694,578 
8,903,189 
8.;^95..533 
7,847.859 
7.786.541 
8,319,690 
7.808.856 
7.717,2'^0 
8,631,669 
7,0:35,054 
5,926,315 
7,456.309 
7,571,331 
7,966,477 
6,93;5,138 
8,084,:H92 
0,528,267 
7,444,611 
9,002,342 


6,483,6.52 
4,938,414 
6,017,007 
7.678.095 
8.610.706 
7.719.707 
6.079.088 
7,543.886 
7,039..545 
7.661.551 
8,:365.422 
9,367,081 
8,733,081 
8,696,176 
8,908.702 
8,402178 
7.860,901 
7,806,585 
8.:i31,177 
7.810.559 
7,717.867 
8,651,891 
7,0:55,625 
5,926,604 
7,4515.327 
7.572,867 
7,966,477 
6,9;« 138 
8,084,392 
9,528,267 
7,444.611 
9,002,343 


1,812.001 
1,751,829 
1,786,6.59 
1.985.700 
2.962,514 
2.926.145 
2.149.410 
2.465.058 
2.100.613 
1.896,312 
1.629.984 
l.:S40.544 
1,689,439 
1,452,183 
l.:300,962 
1.251.798 
1,2:37,554 
1,826,022 
2,028,106 
1,742.606 
1,711.903 
1,869,758 
1,663.993 
1,303,390 
1,526,722 
1.572,653 
1,673,646 
1,390,712 
1,131,274 
1,404,727 
1.219,328 
970.864 


138,989 

111,823 

129,241 

148.858 

122,185 

.53,281 

36,467 

19.721 

53.136 

44,127 

64,481 

123,746 

98,459 

107,656 

115.989 

150.615 

113.665 

120.845 

150.218 

87,802 

86,802 

80,400 

29.405 

8.483 

58.498 

42,318 


1,960,990 


1888 


1,863,652 


1889 


1,916,900 


1890 


2.134.558 


1891 


3.084.699 


1892 


2.979.426 


1893... 

1894 


2.185,877 
3,484.779 


1895 

1896 


2.153,749 
1.940.439 


1897 


1,694,465 


18^8 


1.464.39a 


1899 


1.787,898 


1900 


1,599,839 


1901 


1,416,951 


1902 


1,402,413 


1903 


1.351,219 


1904 


1,746,867 


1905 

1906 

1907 

1908 


2.175,324 
1,830,40& 
1,798.704 
1.950,15S 


1909 


1,693.398 


1910 ! 


1,320.872 


1911 


1,585.320 


1912 

1913 


1,614,970 
1,672,646 


1914 




1,290,712 


1915 




1,121,274 


1916 






1.404.727 


1917 






1,319.328 


1918 






970,864 



BEEF PACKING IN CHICAGO. 

For a series of years. March 1 to Mo.rch 1. 



1878-9 

1879-80 

1880-1 

1881-2 

1883-3 

188:i-4 

1884-5 

188.5-6 

1886-7 

1887-8 

1888-9 

1889-90 

1890-1 

1891-2 

1892-3 

1893-4 

1894-5 

189.5-6 

1896-7 

1897-8 

•Includes city coDsumption 



Number of 
cattle 
paclted. 

391.500* 

486.537* 

611.711* 

575.924* 

697.033* 

1.182.905* 

1,319.115* 

1.402.613* 

1.608,202* 

1.963.051* 

2.050.627* 

2,206.18,5* 

2.680.333* 

2.667,523* 

2.469.373* 

2.181.366* 

1.958,206* 

1,810..593* 

1.7.56,431* 

1,733,296* 



1898-9... 
1899-1900 
1900-1... 
1901-2... 
1902-3... 
1903-4... 
1904-5... 
1905-6... 
1906-7... 
1907-8... 
1908-9... 
1909-10. . 
1910-U.. 
1911-13.. 
1913-13.. 
1913-14.. 
1914-15.. 
1915-16.. 
1918-17.. 
1917-18. . 



Number of 

cattle 

paclted. 



1.603.380* 
1.734,776* 
1,814,921* 
2.047,489* 
2.017,563* 
2,163,976* 
1.918,665* 
l,98S,h5.5* 
1. 988,504* 
1,817,737* 
1,637,295* 
1,698.931* 
1,7:35,189* 
1.733.188* 
1.639.3«4» 
1,520,440* 
1,442,870* 
1,963,048* 
3,073..553* 
2,411. 750* 



39 
PORK PACKINGS. 

The following shows the number of hogs packed during winter season at the large cities 



Nov. 1 

TO 

Mab. 1. 


Chicago 


Cincinnati 


St. Louis 


Milwaukee 


Louisville 


Indnap'lis 


Kan. City 


Omaha 


1917-18... 


2,895.846 


233,409 


1,060,902 


* 472,004 


4.5,291 


534,559 


1,044,898 


805,675 


1916-17. . . 


3,339,072 


268,366 


1,105,887 


* 550,021 


56,107 


722,416 


1,137,394 


964,173 


1915-16... 


3,623,682 


283,584 


1,249.145 


* 688,905 


66.751 


762.824 


1,234,916 


?52,746 


1914-15... 


2.871,328 


225,673 


771,990 


• 765,820 


24,763 


684.247 


1,100,581 


789,423 


1913-14... 


2,349,614 


187,547 


720,368 


* 513,556 


64,452 


619,188 


991,624 


814,451 


1912-13... 


2.364,363 


212,072 


890,850 


• 513,637 


50,692 


671.773 


1.099,985 


809,443 


1911-12... 


2,638,044 


262,249 


1,021,198 


* 651.619 


70,100 


629,208 


1,393,875 


949.232 


1910-11... 


2,067,995 


206,562 


720,596 


• 415.191 


58,190 


418,743 


919,932 


674,618 


1909-10... 


2,063.544 


198.471 


705.368 


* 365,823 


69,853 


469,081 


985,118 


631,049 


1908-09... 


2,640,765 


245,323 


884.937 


* 583.338 


96,606 


703,235 


1,520,481 


700.772 


1907-08... 


2,570,475 


297,472 


706,029 


* 684,060 


83,647 


747,074 


1.366,221 


742.734 


1906-07. . . 


2,403.739 


226,988 


656,636 


* 453,463 


69,381 


640,486 


1,135,931 


687.274 


1905-06... 


2,592,866 


255,167 


680,132 


* 467,407 


154,767 


600,423 


1,202,736 


800.470 


1904-05... 


2,812,588 


268,269 


761.982 


* 394,425 


184.446 


616,230 


1,231.408 


788,131 


1903-04... 


2,925,960 


247,947 


627,550 


* 423,024 


126.251 


479,380 


861.674 


746.596 


1902-03... 


2,952,193 


220,617 


503,823 


* 295,407 


143,815 


3.59,454 


743.854 


777.941 


1901-02... 


3.433,905 


232.882 


642,630 


* 322,169 


150,000 


476,568 


1.271.686 


938.787 


1900-01... 


2.970,095 


244.932 


667,000 


* 396,298 


143,982 


434,250 


1.178.320 


786.156 


1899-00. . . 


2,869,580 


270.460 


613,653 


* 339,016 


132,279 


410.709 


959,934 


729,073 


1898-99... 


3,24L'.385 


297,232 


729,086 


* 446,031 


195,705 


442,455 


1,219.797 


790,943 


1897-98... 


2,672.730 


276,420 


626.440 


* 508,074 


177.268 


428.462 


1.305,131 


660,175 


1896-97. . . 


2,283,375 


240,160 


412,558 


* 361,200 


119,640 


345,913 


1,022,639 


441,008 


1895-96... 


2,375,470 


249,640 


387,697 


* 367,581 


128,537 


336,492 


869,273 


417,093 


1894-95... 


2,475,468 


265,735 


373,165 


* 348.840 


136.898 


307,610 


884.652 


634,834 


1893-94... 


1,695,980 


189,908 


255,084 


♦ 142,623 


103,797 


257,724 


684,543 


379,559 


1892-93. . . 


1.478.212 


204.410 


226,206 


119,500 


112,003 


204.553 


616,752 


408,080 


1891-92... 


2,757,108 


288,548 


350,483 


326,.3S6 


101,365 


317.002 


863,499 


634,983 


1890-91... 


2,837,624 


301,054 


291,332 


337,768 


113,468 


315,233 


936,760 


684,324 


1889-90. . . 


2,179,440 


271,513 


348,810 


300,729 


105,512 


325.800 


681,710 


373.043 


1888-89... 


1,462,130 


300,082 


338,176 


273.577 


152,674 


278,002 


712,184 


333.160 


1887-88... 


1.731.503 


309,588 


369,790 


218,650 


190.671 


300,506 


780,476 


364.372 


1886-87. . . 


1,844,189 


331,401 


370,866 


327,255 


198,833 


352,148 


768,539 


242,628 


1885-86... 


2,393,052 


332,696 


389,130 


343,423 


122,261 


290,500 


656,109 


106,416 


1884-85... 


2,368,217 


385,435 


442.087 


336.645 


164.912 


316,971 


606,787 


141,100 


1883-84... 


2.011,384 


365,451 


382,222 


265,467 


141,704 


274,095 


427,162 


64.770 


1882-83... 


2,557.823 


425,400 


327,004 


293,510 


125,812 


276.017 


446,374 


90,980 


1881-82... 


2,368,100 


384,878 


316,379 


323.619 


131,007 


249,198 


345.817 


8.5.151 


1880-81... 


2,781,064 


522,425 


474,159 


32.5,729 


231,269 


388,763 


339,678 


96.147 


1879-80. . . 


2,525,219 


534,559 


577,793 


340,783 


231,259 


364,021 


195,600 


61.514 


1878-79... 


2,943.115 


623,584 


629,261 


444,221 


187,506 


472,455 


224.000 


74,668 


1877-78... 


2,501,285 


632,302 


509,540 


371,982 


279,414 


270,150 


188,344 


54,000 


1876-77... 


1,618.084 


523,576 


414,747 


225.598 


214,862 


294,198 


116.038 


37,000 


1875-76... 


1,592.065 


663,359 


329,895 


181,972 


223,147 


323,184 


74,500 


18.025 


1874-75... 


1,690,348 


560.164 


462,246 


238.596 


27.3,118 


278.339 


73,500 


1.000 


1873-74... 


1,520,024 


581,253 


463,793 


294,054 


226,947 


295,766 


140,348 


15,750 


1872-73... 


1,425.079 


626,305 


538,000 


303,500 


302,248 


196.317 


187,221 


7.580 



♦Includes Cudahy, Wis. fiiouisville in the early years included Jeffersonville and New Albany 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 

Of the Pork Packing in the West and at Chicago for a series of years. 



Years end- 
ing Mar. 1. 

1865 

1866 

1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1873 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

18T7 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 



In 
Chicago. 



760,514 

507.355 

639,332 

796,2-'6 

597,954 

688,149 

919,197 

1,225,336 

1,456,650 

1,826,560 

2,136,716 

3,330,846 

2.933,486 

4,009,311 

4,960,959 

4,680,637 

5,752,191 

5.100,484 



In the 

West. 



2,422,779 

1,785,955 

2,490,791 

2,781,084 

2,499,173 

2,595,343 

3,833,084 

5,125,560 

5,9,56,254 

6,525,616 

6,761,670 

6,150,342 

7,376,858 

9,045,.566 

10,853,693 

10,997,399 

13,338,354 

10.,5.51.449 



Years end- 
ing Mar. 1. 


In 
Chicago 


1883 


4,S23,780 
.3,911,792 
4,228,205 
4,938,730 
4,425.941 
3,733,244 
3,218,415 
4,473,467 
6.071 ,&5y 
5,249,798 
4,353,095 
4,219.567 
5,293,202 
5,490,410 
5,967„595 
6.747.265 
8.016.675 
7,119.440 


1884 

1885 


1886 


1887 


1888 

1889 

1890 


1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 


1895 

1896 


1897 

1898 

1899 


1900 



In the 
West. 



9,340,999 
9,18:^,100 
10,519,108 
11,36.3,567 
12,083,012 
11,5,32,707 
10,798,974 
13,545,303 
17,713,134 
14,457,614 
12,390,6:« 
11,60,5,006 
16,003,645 
15,010,635 
16,928,978 
20,201,260 
23,651,695 
23.301.000 



Years end- 
ing Mar. 1 

1901 

1902 

1903 

19ij4 

1905 

19tH) 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 



In 
Chicago. 



7.268.515 
7 636,000 
6 860.453 
6,713,086 
5,990.480 
6,138.063 
6,027 «2 
6,395,410 
6.263,606 
5,133.578 
4.820,899 
6,294,251 
7.816.i>25 
6,1.54.9.32 
6,079.473 
7,275,382 
7.757.726 
6,284,586 



In the 
West. 



23,600,674 
2-5,411,676 
20.605,571 
22,375,686 
33.918.423 
25,574.760 
25.430,555 
27,980,997 
28,996,635 
34.162.295 
21,755.566 
29,918.498 
25,583,834 
27,621,561 
27,386,463 
33,602,333 
33,707,814 
28,487,550 



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CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. 

Range of Prices at Chicago {per 100 lbs.) monthly during 1918. 

CATTLE. 



January. . . 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November. 
December . 



Range 1918. 
Range 1917. 



Native Steers 
1500-1800 pounds 



SI 2 75 

12 GO 

13 00 

14 00 
16 90 

16 90 

17 35 

18 65 
18 35 



16 85 
19 25 



@ 14 30 
@ 14 50 
@ 14 75 
@ 17 60 
@ 17 75 
@ 18 00 
@ 18 75 
@ 18 90 
@ 19 60 
19 25 
@ 19 70 
@ 20 50 



$12 00 @ 20 50 
10 50 @ 17 85 



Native Steers 
1050-1500 pounds 



S 9 00 @ 

10 00 @ 

9 60 © 

10 75 @ 

11 25 @ 
11 50 @ 
11 50 @ 
10 25 @ 
10 00 @ 

9 75 @ 
9 60 @ 
9 50 @ 



14 10 
14 15 
14 65 
17 60 

17 75 

18 25 
18 65 

18 90 

19 60 
19 70 

19 75 

20 25 



$ 9 00 @ 20 25 
7 30 @ 17 90 



Poor to Best 
Cows and Heifers 



6 15 
6 50 

6 50 

7 50 
7 65 
7 00 
6 00 
6 25 
6 00 
5 50 

5 50 

6 00 



© 12 00 
@ 12 50 
@ 12 50 
' 15 40 

16 00 

17 35 

16 00 

17 50 
@ 17 50 
@ 16 00 
@ 17 00 
@ 18 00 



@ 



S 5 50 @ 18 00 
5 00 @ 13 75 



Native Stockers 
and Feeders 



00 @ 

50 @ 

50 @ 

75 @ 

25 @ 

00 @ 

00 @ 

6 50 @ 

6 00 @ 

6 50 @ 

6 00 @ 

5 50 @ 



11 75 

11 50 

12 35 

13 90 

14 00 

13 50 

14 00 

12 75 

13 25 
13 00 

13 50 

14 50 



S 5 50 @ 14 50 
5 25 @ 13 00 



Texas and 
Western Steers 



8 00 @ 17 50 
7 50 @ 18 00 

7 50 @ 18 10 

8 50 @ 17 60 
7 25 @ 18 50 
7 50 @ 18 00 



S 7 25 @ 18 50 
6 25 @ 16 00 



Valuation of Cattle 1918 $462,038,180 Valuation ol Calves 1918 $14 400,162 



HOGS. 



Heavy Packing 
250@500 pounds. 



Mixed Packmfi. 
200@250 pounds. 



Light Bacon 
150@200 pounds. 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . . 
September. 
October.... 
November. 
December. . 



$15 00 @ 
15 25 @ 
15 50 @ 
15 75 @ 
15 25 @ 
15 25 @ 

15 65 @ 
17 10 @ 
17 75 @ 
13 50 @ 

16 25 @ 
16 50 @ 



16 90 

17 65 
17 80 

17 90 

18 20 

17 15 

19 30 

20 15 
20 85 
19 95 
IS 60 

18 00 



Range 1918. 
Range 1917. 



$13 50 @ 20 85 
10 00 @ 19 90 



$15 00 @ 
15 35 @ 

15 85 @ 

16 50 @ 
15 90 @ 
15 60 @ 

15 95 @ 

17 25 @ 
17 75 @ 
14 00 @ 

16 65 @ 

17 00 @ 



16 90 

17 70 

18 15 

18 10 
IS 30 

17 30 

19 40 

20 30 
20 95 
19 90 

18 60 
IS 00 



S14 00 @ 20 95 
9 75 @ 20 00 



$14 75 @ 

15 25 @ 

16 00 @ 
16 90 @ 
16 20 @ 
16 00 @ 
15 40 @ 
18 25 @ 
18 40 @ 
15 00 @ 

15 60 @ 

16 50 @ 



16 80 

17 65 

18 15 
18 05 

18 30 

17 35 

19 40 

20 25 
20 90 
19 85 

18 60 
17 95 



$14 75 @ 20 90 
9 35 @ 19 90 



Valuation of Hogs, 1918 $354,756,467 Average weight of ho?s, 1918. 



.234 lbs. 



SHEEP. 





Native Sheep, 
60@140 pounds. 


Native Yearlinjjs 
and Lambs. 


Western Sheep. 
70@140 pounds. 


Western and 
Mexican Lambs. 


Jariuary 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

.Augu.'^t 

September 

October . . 


$ 7 00 @ 13 25 
6 50 @ 14 00 
6 00 @ 15 50 
6 00 @ 17 00 
5 00 @ 17 50 
4?00 @ 15 00 
4!50 @ 14 75 
4f50 @ 14 50 
4''00 @ 13 00 
3i00 @ 12 25 
2=50 @ 11 50 
4100 @ 11 25 


$11 00 @ 15 50 

11 50 @ 17 25 

12 10 @ 18 00 
12 00 @ 20 75 
10 00 m 21 50 

9 00 @ 18 on 

10 00 @ 1? 75 

10 00 @ 18 00 

11 00 @ 17 75 
10 00 @ 16 85 

8 50 @ 16 75 
10 00 @ 16 25 


$ 6 50 (5) 13 70 
5 50 @ 13 75 
8 00 @ 17 00 

5 00 @ 17 00 

6 50 @ 17 00 
5 00 © 15 25 
5 75 @ 14 50 
5 25 @ 14 75 
5 50 @ 13 00 
3 25 @ 12 00 

3 00 @ 11 00 

4 00 @ 11 53 


$11 00 @ IS 00 
12 00 @ 17 85 

10 00 @ 19 50 

12 75 @ 22 10 

11 25 @ 21 25 

12 00 @ 18 50 

13 00 @ 19 25 
15 00 @ IS 75 

13 00 @ 19 00 
8 00 @ 16 75 


November 

December 


8 00 @ 16 75 
10 00 @ 16 25 


Range 1918 


$2 50 © 17 50 
3 00 @ 16 00 


S8 50 @ 21 50 
8 50 (ffi 19 00 


$3 00 @ 17 00 
5 00 @ 14 00 


$8 00 @ 22 10 


Range 1917 


9 00 @ 20 60 



Valuation of Sheep, 1918 157.273,848 



43 



BEEF PRODUCTS. 



Range of prices at Chicago each week during 1918. 



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January.. 
February. 
March 

April 

May 

June 

July.'.'.'."! 

August.. . . 

September 
October.... 
November, 

December. 



5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

C 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 

13 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 



Beef Hams, 
per bbl. 



$39 
39 
40 
41 
41 
39 
39 
42 
42 
43 
43 
43 
44 
44 
42 
42 
49 
49 
53 
54 
53 
53 
54 
54 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
53 
53 
55 
55 
54 



50 @S40 00 
50 @ 40 00 
50 @ 41 00 
50 @ 42 00 
SO @ 42 00 
50 @ 42 00 
50 @ 43 00 
50 @ 43 00 
50 @ 44 00 
50 @ 44 00 
50 @ 44 00 
50 @ 45 00 
60 @ 45 00 
50 @ 46 00 
50 @ 48 00 
50 @ 51 00 
50 @ 51 00 
50 @ 54 00 
50 @ 55 00 
50 @ 55 00 
50 @ 55 00 
50 @ 55 00 
50 @ 55 00 
50 @ 56 00 
50 @ 56 00 
50 @ 56 00 
50 @ 56 00 
50 @ 57 00 
50 @ 57 00 
50 @ 56 00 
50 @ 56 00 
50 @ 56 00 
50 @ 56 00 
60 @ 56 00 
60 @ 56 00 
50 @ 56 00 
00 © 66 00 
00 @ 56 00 
00 @ 66 00 
00 @ 56 00 
00 @ 56 00 
00 @ 56 00 
00 @ 56 00 
00 @ 56 00 
00 @ 56 00 
00 @ 56 00 
50 @ 56 00 
50 @ 54 00 
50 @ 56 00 
00 @ 56 00 
00 @ 56 00 
00 @ 56 00 



Extra Mess, 
per 100 lbs. 



S30 50 

30 60 

31 60 
31 50 

31 60 

32 60 
31 50 
31 50 
31 50 

31 50 

32 60 
32 50 
32 50 
32 50 
32 50 

32 50 
•33 50 

33 50 
33 50 
33 60 
33 60 
33 50 
33 50 

33 50 

34 50 
34 50 
34 50 
34 50 

34 60 

35 50 
35 50 
35 50 
34 60 
34 50 
34 50 
34 50 
34 60 
34 50 

34 50 

35 00 
35 00 
35 00 
35 00 
37 00 
35 60 
35 50 

35 50 

36 50 
36 50 
36 50 
36 60 
36 50 



@S32 00 
@ 31 00 
@ 32 00 
@ 32 00 
@ 32 00 
@ 33 00 
@ 33 00 
@ 32 00 
@ 32 00 
@ 32 00 
@ 33 00 
@ 33 00 
@ 33 00 
@ 33 00 
@ 33 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 34 00 
® 34 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 36 00 
® 36 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 35 00 
(S), 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 



Plate, 
per 100 lbs. 



S32 60 
33 50 

32 50 

33 50 

34 60 
33 60 
33 50 
33 50 
33 50 

33 50 

34 50 
34 50 
34 50 
33 50 
33 50 
33 50 
33 50 
33 50 

33 50 

34 50 
34 50 
34 50 
34 50 
34 50 
36 50 
36 60 
36 50 
36 50 
36 50 
36 60 
36 50 
36 50 
36 50 
36 60 

36 60 

37 00 
37 00 
37 00 
37 00 
37 00 
o7 00 
37 00 
37 00 
37 60 
37 50 
37 50 
37 50 
37 50 
37 50 
37 50 
37 60 
37 50 



@S34 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 33 00 
@ 34 00 
® 36 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 34 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
® 35 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 



Extra Plate, 
per 100 lbs. 



S33 50 
34 60 
34 60 
34 50 
34 60 
34 60 
34 50 
j4 50 
34 50 

34 50 

35 50 
35 50 
35 60 
34 50 
34 60 

34 60 

35 00 

35 00 

36 00 
36 50 
35 50 
35 60 

35 50 

36 50 

37 50 
37 50 
37 50 
37 50 
37 60 
37 60 
37 50 
37 50 
37 50 
37 60 

37 50 

38 00 
38 00 
38 00 
38 00 
38 00 
38 00 
38 00 
38 00 
38 00 
38 00 
38 00 

38 00 

39 00 
38 00 
38 00 
38 00 
38 00 



@$35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 36 00 
® 36 00 
@ 36 50 
@ 35 50 
@ 36 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 35 50 
® 36 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 38 00 
® 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ o8 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 39 00 
@ 39 00 
@ 39 00 
@ 39 00 
@ 39 00 
@ 39 00 
® 39 00 
@ 39 00 
© 39 00 
® 39 00 
@ 39 00 
® 39 00 
® 39 00 
® 40 00 
@ 39 00 
@ 39 00 
® 39 00 
© 39 00 



Tallow, 
per lb. 



17J^ @ 18 

nn @ 18 

17J^ © 18 

^VA © 18 

17M © 18 
17M © 18 
17M © 18 
17J-^ © 18M 
1774 © 18J4 
nVi © 18M 
17M © 18>i 
17M © 18 
17M @ 18 
17M © 18 
mi © 18 
17M © 18 
175^ © 18 
17^ © 18 
mi © 18 
mA ® 18 
175^ © 17M 

m/i @ mA 
mi @ mi 
mA ® m4 
mA @ mA 
mA © mA 
mA @ i8j^ 
m/s @ 18?^ 

181^ © 18S<C 
18M © 19M 

19 © im 

© 19M 
@ 19M 
© 19M 
© 1934 
- © 20 
198^ @ 201^ 
2014 @ 203^ 
201^ © 20M 
20H © 213/<; 
20?4 © 21 
20'^ © 21 
19M © 21 
20 © 201^ 
20 @ 20M 
19?4 © 20A 
19 @ 20 
mA © 18}4 
16 @ 175^ 
15K © 17 
15}^ @ 16 
14H © 15M 



19 
19 
19 
19 
19 



44 



STANDARD 



Range of Spot Prices at 



January. . 
February. 
March.... 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October..., 
November. 
December. 



Mess Pork, 
per brl. 


pel 


Urd, 
100 lbs. 


Green Hams, 
per 100 lbs. 


$47 00 


@$48 50 


$23 50 


@$25 40 


$22 75 


@$24 50 


47 50 


@ 50 50 


25 40 


@ 26 621^ 


22 00 


@ 25 25 


48 50 


@ 50 00 


25 45 


@ 26 47H 


23 75 


@ 26 50 


45 35 


@ 49 75 


24 55 


@ 25 90 


24 25 


@ 26 


39 50 


@ 46 25 


23 67M@ 25 621^ 


24 50 


@ 26 75 


40 35 


@ 43 80 


23 97J^@ 25 35 


24 50 


@ 27 00 


43 60 


@ 46 00 


25 50 


@ 26 95 


25 25 


@ 28 75 


43 00 


@ 45 30 


26 40 


@ 26 90 


27 00 


@ 30 25 


39 50 


@ 43 10 


26 65 


@ 27 12M 


28 25 


@ 31 25 


33 50 


@ 39 00 


25 00 


® 27 12y2 


27 50 


@ 31 25 


35 00 


@ 48 00 


26 25 


@ 27 30 


27 75 


@ 31 50 


46 25 


@ 49 50 


23 50 


@ 26 62}^ 


27 12J^ 32 00 



45 



HOG PRODUCTS. 



Chicago monthly in 1918. 



/■ 



Green 
Shoulders, 
per 100 lbs. 


Sweet Pickled 

Hams, 

per 100 lbs. 


Dry Salted 
Shoulders, 
per 100 lbs. 


Dry Salted 

Extra Short Rib 

Sides, 

per 100 lbs. 


Dry Salted 
Extra Short Clear 
Sides, 
per 100 lbs. 


120 00 


@$20 50 


$21 00 


@$24 50 


$20 50 


@$22 GO 


$24 87i^@$25 25 


$25 00 


@$26 00 


20 00 


@ 20 50 


21 00 


@ 25 50 


20 50 


@ 20 75 


24 75 @ 25 37H 


25 00 


@ 25 75 


20 25 


@ 20 50 


23 00 


@ 26 50 


20 00 


@ 20 75 


24 25 @ 25 00 


24 75 


@ 25 25 


23 25 


@ 20 50 


24 50 


® 26 50 


19 00 


@ 20 25 


22 50 @ 24 25 


£2 50 


@ 24 25 


20 25 


@ 20 50 


24 75 


@ 26 75 


18 75 


©20 00 


22 00 @ 23 50 


22 00 


@ 23 50 


20 25 


@ 21 00 


24 50 


@ 27 25 


18 75 


@ 19 25 


21 75 @ 23 25 


21 75 


@ 23 25 


20 50 


@ 21 00 


25 25 


@ 28 50 


19 00 


@ 20 50 


23 00 @ 24 62}^ 


23 00 


@ 24 75 


20 50 


@ 21 50 


27 00 


@ 29 25 


20 00 


@ 21 25 - 


24 25 @ 25 00 


24 50 


@ 25 121^ 


21 00 


@ 23 00 


28 00 


@ 31 25 


20 00 


@ 20 25 


24 75 @ 25 12}^ 


24 75 


@ 25 nyi 


22 00 


@ 23 00 


29 00 


@ 31 25 


20 25 


@ 21 25 


24 00 @ 25 00 


24 00 


@ 25 00 


22 00 


@ 23 50 


29 25 


@ 32 50 


21 00 


@ 22 00 


24 50 @ 26 25 


24 50 


@ 26 25 


22 00 


@ 23 50 


29 25 


@ 33 00 


21 50 


@ 23 50 


24 50 @ 26 75 


24 50 


@ 26 75 



) 



46 

PORK PACKING IN THE 

2%e following exhibits the number of hogs packed in the Mississippi 

(Taken from the Price 



Places Where Packed 


1917-1918. 


1916-1917. 


1915-1916. 


1914-1915. 


1913-1914. 

2,349,614 

38,526 

8,389 


1912-1913. 




2,895,848 
44,492 


3,339,072 
55,396 


3.623.682 
71,291 


2,871,328 

62,532 

8,464 

21,610 

4,500 

8,836 


2,364,363 


Peoria 


38,915 


Decatur 


14,382 


Alton . 


17,051 


22,635 


23,453 
20,000 
22,730 




Cairo . > > • 


4,000 
12,862 


3,500 


Other Illinois 


23,100 


15,671 


8,000 


Total Illinois 


2,980.489 


3,432,774 


3,761.156 


2,967.270 


2,413,391 


2,429,160 


TCansaa Citv 


1,044,898 

1,060,902 

710.608 


1,137,394 

1,105,887 
962,890 


1,234.916 

1,249,145 

857,576 


1,100,581 
771,990 
656,303 


991,624 
720,368 
722,111 


1,099,985 




890,850 


St. Joseph 


617,629 


Total Missouri 


2,Sln,4C8 


3,206,171 


3,341,637 


2,528,874 


2,434,103 


2,608,464 


Sioux City 


541,515 
208,531 
186,747 
126,775 
60,774 


628,897 
281,786 
238,422 
139,893 
85,582 


534,968 

308,476 

311,810 

111,412 

80,005 

40,487 

13,258 

17,219 


460,239 

279.375 

285,643 

84,384 

62,573 

43,212 

9,269 

15,300 


316.899 
266,473 
250,887 
66,936 
42,342 
32,922 
20,000 
13,600 


385,090 




207 269 


Ottumwa 


227,640 




39,000 


Waterloo 


61,050 




31,881 




12,956 
13,174 


10,657 
15,440 






9,100 


Fort Dodge 


20,749 




25,207 
1,133 


18,740 
2,319 


32,462 
3,000 


28,500 


24,305 


25,160 


Other Iowa 




Total Iowa 


1,176,812 


1,421,736 


1,453,097 


1,268,499 


1,023,264 


996,939 


Cleveland 


405,672 
233,409 
23,960 
44,422 
2S,119 
7,153 
19,563 


488,258 
268,366 
36,498 
48,524 
33,641 
9.798 
18,442 


507,484 
283,584 
59,717 
57,727 
38,755 
12,023 
16,199 


447.435 
225,673 
36,866 
60,343 
47,600 
11,037 
13,330 


289,841 
187,548 
80,461 
42,387 
37.147 
10,500 
14,577 


260,223 




212,072 


Toledo 


32,461 


Davton 


53,697 




48,500 


Lima 


10,394 


Other Ohio 


12,952 


Total Ohio 


762,298 


903,527 


975,489 


832,284 


662,461 


630,299 






IndianaDolia 


534,559 
32,453 
37,316 
16,578 
75,353 


722,416 
31,376 
35,891 
23.283 
70,227 


762,824 
37,616 
30,775 
29,468 
36,309 
10,064 
11,430 


684,247 

37,4C0 

61.748 

19.187 

27.360 

7.593 

10,606 

3,280 

2,026 


619,188 

29,669 

23,000 

18,213 

13,126 

6,554 

7,670 

2,852 

1.800 


571,773 
28,491 
22 149 


Evansville 


LiOiranRDort 


Fort Wavne 


16.900 


Terre Haute 


10,870 


Marion 




6,340 


8,730 


7,984 


Richmond 




Madison 










Other Indiana 


3,383 




7,647 




Total Indiana 


705,982 


891,923 


926,133 


843,447 


622,062 


657,167 


Cudahy 


272,457 

199,547 

19,001 


340,843 

209,180 

21,134 


397,338 

291,567 

31.680 


430,355 

335,465 

31,400 

11,000 

5,081 

6,150 


283,006 

230,556 

25,738 

10,892 


285.871 


Milwaukee 


227,766 


Eau Claire 


24,104 


Fort Atkinson 


8,424 


Jefferson 




4,060 
21,379 


10.000 
18.783 




Other Wisconsin 


9,879 






Total Wisconsin 


500,884 


596,596 


749,368 


819,451 


560,192 


646,165 


South Omaha 


805,675 

76,964 

1,663 


964,173 

76,969 

3,208 


952,746 

75,089 

3,666 


789,423 

74.919 

2,801 


814,451 

63,749 

1,981 

870,181 


809.443 


Nebraska City 


59.090 


Lincoln 




Total Nebraska 


884.302 


1,044,350 


1,031,501 


867,143 


868.533 


Louisville, Ky 


4:l,2.tl 


56,107 


66,751 


24,763 


64.462 


50.692 






Detroit, Mich 


354,387 


442.054 


467,351 


402,232 


310,412 


283.144 




Oklahoma City, Okla 


146,853 


221,794 


188,509 


174,243 


165,200 


84,064 


St. Paul 


506,467 
204,240 


550.428 
248.295 


701.419 
268,341 


637,403 

216,009 

3.100 

65.000 


456.678 
169,462 


316,904 
145,396 


Austin 


Faribault 


Winona 


35,000 


35.400 


68,000 


32,000 


65,000 


Duluth 











4,217 


3,551 


3,255 


Albert Lea 


62,410 

2,578 


57.795 
10.830 


66,848 
9,000 












Total Minnesota 


810,695 


902.748 


1,113,608 


815,729 


661,691 


620,654 



47 
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, 

Valley during the past six regular packing seasons, November 1 to March, 1. 
Current Grain Reporter.) 



Places Where Packed. 


1917-1918. 


1916-1917. 


1915-1916. 


1914-1915. 


1913-1914. 


1912-1913. 


Wichita 


171,139 

36,740 


199,527 
41,834 


215,339 
42.978 


175,685 

37,400 

3,519 

4.0C0 


166,783 

40,193 

5,587 

4,500 

1,085 


126,547 


Toneka. 


36,325 




4.800 












Other Kansas 


10,127 


22,663 


V2,57i 




Total Kansas 


21a,012 


264,024 


270,888 


220.604 


218,148 


167,672 


Moohvillft 




14,000 
7,587 
5,800 




12,000 
6.121 
1,933 


8,500 
3,4§8 


16,000 




7,772 
Clot; 


8.103 


12,509 




1,069 








other Tennessee 




1,756 


l'2,2ii 


1,650 


1,018 




Total Tennessee 


13,938 


29,143 


20,314 


21,704 


14,840 


29,578 


Pittsburg and Allegheny, Pa.. 


llU.lHt) 


175,000 


213,273 


140,410 


196,871 


215,359 




130,rfy.i 
1 1,!,43 


172,359 
12,933 


172,598 
12,575 


113,788 
9,082 


87,939 
12,000 

99,939 


78,215 


Paeblo 


10,728 


Total Colorado 


ii2,'<66 


185,292 


185,173 


122,850 


88,943 


Fort Worth 


242,929 
2ri,302 


352,561 
34,181 


238,689 
45,000 


167,303 
26,904 


181,741 
12,350 


135,544 


Dallas 


11,010 


Total Texas 


2oH.231 


386,742 


281,689 


194,207 


194,091 


146,554 


Wheeling, W. Va 


lUMb 


75,000 


48,000 


54,854 


72,200 


65,700 


Richmond 


60,023 


62,163 


84,173 

11,500 

6,600 


47,496 
14,552 


61,740 
2,000 


68,239 


Tazewell 




Other Virginia and W. Virginia .... 








Total Virginia 


60,023 


62,163 


102,273 


62,048 


63,740 


68.239 


Sioux Falls, So. Eak 


lb0.21/ 


197,969 


130,971 


117,402 


60,543 


86,434 


Atlanta 


20,369 

41,837 

6,263 

43,500 


30,000 

44,857 

9,459 


20,000 
44,000 


12,000 
16,000 


14.000 


11.694 


AToiiltrie . .... .... 











Other Georgia 










Total Georgia 


111,969 


84,313 


64,000 


28,000 


14,000 


11,694 




15,857 
30,676 


21,773 
21,787 


11,612 


5,648 






Jacksonville, Fla 






Birmingham, Ala 


8,500 


15,010 
5,000 


32,000 


7,750 






Prichard 






Mobile 


3.808 










Total Alabama 


12,308 
100,000 


20,010 
65,000 










Cities not reporting — 


40,000 
15,474,793 


40,000 


42,221 


63,501 


Totals 


12,499,811 


14,707,999 


12,559,412 


10,744,002 


10,618,855 







RECAPITULATION 



States Where Packed 



Illinois 

Missouri 

Iowa 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Wisconsin . . . . . 
Nebraska .... 
Kentucky .... 
Michigan. ... 

Oklahoma 

Minnesota .... 

Kansas 

Tennessee .... 
Pennsylvania. 

Colorado 

Texas 

West Virginia. 

Virginia 

South_ Dakota. 

Georgia 

Mississippi ... 

Florida 

Alabama 

Not reporting. 
Totals . . . , 



1917-1918. 



2,980,489 

2,816,408 

1,176,812 

762,298 

705,982 

500.884 

884,302 

45,291 

354,387 

146,853 

810,695 

218,012 

13,038 

110,196 

142,638 

269,231 

70,345 

60,023 

160,217 

111,969 

15,857 

30,676 

12,308 

100,000 



12.499.811 



1916-1917. 



3,432,774 

3,206,171 

1,421,736 

903,527 

891,923 

596,596 

1,044,350 

56,107 

442,054 

221,794 

902,748 

264,024 

29,143 

175,000 

185,292 

386,742 

75,000 

62,163 

197,969 

84.316 

21,773 

20,010 

21,787 

65,000 



14.539,640 



1915-1916. 



3,761,156 

3,341,637 

1,453,097 

975,489 

926,133 

749,368 

1.031,501 

66.751 

467,351 

188,509 

1,113,608 

270,888 

20,314 

213.273 

185,173 

281,689 

54,600 

95,673 

130,971 

64,000 

11,612 



1914-1915. 



32,000 
40,000 



15,474,793 



2,967,270 

2,528,874 

1.268,499 

832,284 

843,447 

819,451 

867,143 

24,763 

402,232 

174,243 

815,729 

220,604 

21,704 

14C.410 

122,850 

194,207 

54,854 

62,048 

117,402 

28,000 

5,648 



1913-1914. 



2,413,391 

2,434,103 

1,023,264 

662,461 

622,062 

550,192 

870,181 

54,452 

310,412 

165,200 

661,691 

218,148 

14,840 

196,871 

99.939 

194.091 

72.200 

63,740 

60,543 

14,000 



7,750 
40,000 



12,559,412 



42,221 



1912-1913. 



2,429,160 

2,608,464 

996.939 

630,299 

657,167 

646,165 

868,533 

50,692 

283,144 

84,064 

520,554 

167.672 

29,578 

215,359 

88.943 

146.554 

65,700 

68,239 

86,434 

11,694 



63,501 



10,744,002 1 10,618,865 



Note. — The total number of hogs packed in. the West during the winter season of 1917-1918 
was 12,499,811, and the average cost of hogs for that season $16.57. 

The total number of hogs packed in the West during the summer season, from March 1st to Novem- 
ber 1st. 1917. was 15,987,644, as against 19,168,174 for the corresponding time in 1916. 

The average weight per live hog of the packing during the winter season of 1917-1918 was 220.60 
lbs., and the total pounds of hogs for that season 2,757,479.000. 



48 



LARGEST RECEIPTS OF WHEAT, CORN AND OATS, 
*FOR ONE DAY, AT CHICAGO 

For a Series of Years, and the Date of such Receipts 



1903. 

1904. 

1905. 

1906. 

1907 

1908. 

1909 

1910. 

1911. 

1912. 

1913. 

1914. 

1915. 

1916. 

1917. 

1918. 



BY BUSHELS 



Wheat, bu. 



Com, bu. 



Nov. 11. 
Aug. 31.. 
Aug. 2... 
July 25 . 
Sept. 5.. 
Aug. 5. . . 
July 28., 
Aug. 10.. 
July 19.. 
Oct. 30.. 
Aug. 6... 
July 22.. 
Aug. 18. 
Feb. 23.. 
April 4. . 
Aug. 14. 



..425,000 

...455,000 

..674,000 

..844,000 

..569,000 

..584,000 

.1,020,000 

..974,000 

.1,022,000 

...805,000 

.1,442,000 

.1,933,000 

.1,147,000 

1.033.000 

..437,000 

.2,126,000 



Sept. 9 1,231,000 

Sept. 7 1,374,000 

July 5 1,456,000 

Sept. 12 958,000 

Sept. 18 1,538,000 

Dec. 29 801,000 

Feb. 23 1,089,000 

Sept. 8 1473,000 

Junel 1,468,000 

Feb. 28 1,258,000 

Feb. 13 2,055,000 

Dec. 9 1,876,000 

Jan. 20 1,373,000 

Feb. 17 1.746.000 

June 31 705,000 

Oct. 14 1,059,000 



Oats, bu. 



Julyl. .. 
Aug. 16.. 
Nov. 8.. 
Nov. 7... 
Sept. 18. 
Apra8.. 
Oct. 13.. 
Aug. 16. , 
Jan. 5. . . 
Nov. 6.. 
June 18.. 
Aug. 12. 
Sept. 9. 
Aug. 16. 
Aug. 22. , 
Sept. 5.. 



,.713,000 
..766,000 
.1,158,000 
..770,000 
.1,062,000 
..709,000 
..890,000 
.1,950,000 
..929,000 
.1,601.000 
.1.058,000 
.1,372,000 
.1,736.000 
.2,078,000 
.1.566,000 
.1,445,000 





BY CARS 




Wheat, cars 


Com, cars 


Oato, cars 


1903.. . 


Sept. 8 400 

Sept. 8 457 

Aug. 1 533 

July 30 887 

Aug. 6 508 

Aug. 4 538 

July 27 943 

Aug. 1 1,413 

July 25 1,071 

Sept. 4 581 

Aug. 6 1,220 

July 20 1,826 

Aug. 16 1,262 

Aug. 8 648 

Aug. 8 231 

Aug. 12 1,964 


Sept. 8 1,588 

Sept. 6 1,670 

Julys 1,685 

Jan. 2 896 

Sept. 23 1,270 

Dec. 15 827 

Feb. 24 1,033 

Sept. 7 954 

May 31 1,467 

Feb. 29 1,051 

Feb. 26 1,549 

Dec. 8 1,417 

Jan. 12 1,137 


July 6 497 


1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1916 


Aug. 9 638 

Sept. 5 669 

Jan. 2 529 

Sept. 3 679 

March 17 541 

Aug. 24 639 

Aug. 17 974 

May 31 643 

Nov. 6 900 

July 8 711 

Aug. 5 974 

Sept. 8 1,018 


1916 

1917 

1918 


Feb. 15 1,529 

Jan. 9 613 

Sept. 4 928 


Aug. 15 1,285 

Sept. 5 832 

Aug. 13 915 



*In some oases these figures are for two days — two holidays coming together. 



WM^^p<E^^:.:; 



49 



CONTRACT WHEAT, CORN AND OATS IN PUBLIC 
ELEVATORS AT CHICAGO 

On the first of each month for a series of years. 

/ 
WHEAT 



1918 
Bushels. 



1917 
Bushels. 



1916, 
Bushels. 



1915. 
Bushels. 



1914. 
Bushels. 



1913. 

Bushels. 



1912. 
Bushels. 



1911. 
Bushels. 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

Nlay 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November. 
December.. 



145,000 
142,000 
149,000 
186,000 
164,000 
10,000 



891,000 
4,158,000 
4,342,000 
4,692,000 
2,951,000 



3,098,000 

2,480,000 

2,212,000 

1,470,000 

241,000 

37,000 

{ 10,000 



14,000 

6,000 

27,000 

69.000 



3,801,000 
3,075.000 
1,936,000 
2,113,000 
1,987,000 
3,539,000 
4,781,000 
4,865,000 
4.969,000 
4.037.000 
3,742,000 
3,385,000 



1,402,000 

260,000 

75,000 

64,000 

1.020,000 

2,203,000 

160,000 

731,000 

50,000 

254,000 

321,000 

2,137,000 



2.803,000 
2,461.000 
3,354,000 
3.131,000 
2.299,000 
3,592,000 
138,000 
995,000 
1,879,000 
1,230.000 
1,260,000 
3,237,000 



4,154,000 
3,847,000 
4,199,000 
3,859,000 
3,299,000 
3,354,000 
1,314,000 
1,934,000 
6,781,000 
5,421,000 
4,946,000 
4,703.000 



9,500,000 
8,812.000 
9,027,000 
9,350,000 
9,312,000 
7,115,000 
5,632,000 
4,563,000 
1,498.000 
2.087,000 
2,410,000 
4.823,000 



5,319,000 
4.952,000 
4,911.000 
4,912.000 
4,810.000 
6,860,000 
8,232.000 
11,377,000 
12.542,000 
11,697.000 
11,669,000 
9,958,000 



COEN 



1918 
Bushels. 



1917 
Bushels 



1916. 
Bushels. 



1915. 
Bushels. 



1914. 
Bushels. 



1913. 

Bushels. 



1912. 
Bushels. 



1911. 
Bushels. 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November. 
December. . 



17,000 
28,000 
1,500 
33.000 
19,000 
56,000 
58,000 
21,000 



194,000 
181,000 
204.000 
131,000 
100,000 
6,000 
7,000 



551,000 

729,000 

1,098,000 

2,232,000 

2,479,000 

4,108,000 

1,060,000 

479,000 

195,000 

1,108,000 

6,000 

59,000 



4,482,000 

5,345,000 

4,909,000 

4,546,000 

4,267,000 

3,216,000 

988,000 

215,000 

96.000 

958,000 

766,000 

486,000 



1.982,000 

2,311,000 

2,698,000 

3,480.000 

2,828,000 

1,243.000 

1,120.000 

866.000 

5,000 

761,000 

338,000 

199,000 



587.000 

152.000 

544.000 

1.116.000 

622,000 

346.000 

1.780.000 

1.033,000 

16.000 

1,839.000 

1.556.000 

164,000 



820,000 

482,000 

429,000 

1,090,000 

884,000 

1,676,000 

1,053.000 

536,000 

1,000 

116,000 

691.000 

53.000 



866,000 

917,000 
1.529.000 
2,650,000 
2,563,000 

775,000 
2,140,000 
1,618,000 

523,000 

1,881,000 

8,000 

6,000 



OATS 



1918 
Bushels. 



1917 
Bushels. 



1916. 
Bushels. 



1915. 
Bushels. 



1914. 
Bushels* 



1913. 
Bushels. 



1912. 
Bushels. 



19H. 
Bushels. 



January. . , 
February. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October. . . 
November, 
Decembw. 



1,834,000 

1,485,000 

1,076,000 

1,082,000 

636,000 

1,661,000 

575,000 

495,000 

2,859,000 

2,629,000 

1,187,000 

1,452,000 



9,285,000 
8,836,000 
8,739,000 
6,985,000 
4,987,000 
2,694,000 

637,000 
12,000 

157,000 
1,291,000 
1,212,000 
1,421,000 



2,100,000 
1,602,000 
1,055,000 
1,058,000 
1,125,000 
2,505,000 
2,360,000 
1,545,000 
7,127,000 
7,902,000 
9,305,000 
9,538,000 



5,601,000 

6,641,000 

7,098,000 

5,950,000 

6,314,000 

2,976,000 

725,000 

59,000 

11,000 

215,000 

282,000 

1,226,000 



3,752,000 
3,222,000 
3,138,000 
2,853,000 
1,761,000 
975,000 
571,000 
1,936,000 
4.998,000 
3,742,000 
4,937,000 
5,729,000 



630,000 
327,000 
795,000 
1,187,000 
1,451,000 
2,519,000 
2,875,000 
2,582,000 
5,000,000 
5,803.000 
6,282,000 
6,739,000 



1,277,000 

202,000 

196,000 

716.000 

2,472,000 

3,027,000 

416,000 

1,000 

116,000 

192,000 

31,000 

280,000 



6,000.000 
5,695,000 
6,532,000 
6,387,000 
5,611,000 
3,610,000 
4,440,000 
2,686,000 
2,857,000 
2,281,000 
1,989,000 
2,042,000 



50 



STOCK OF "CONTRACT" PORK IN CHICAGO. 

Tlie following table shows the stock of ^'contracV mess pork in Chicago on the first 

day of each month for the past ten years: 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . . 
September. 
October . . . 
November. 
December . 



1918 


1917 


1916. 


1915. 


1914. 


1913. 


1912. 


1911. 


1910. 


Brls. 


Brls. 


brls. 


Brls. 


Brla. 


Brls. 


Brls. 


Brls. 


Brls. 


1,604 


7,721 


8,564 


37,789 


8,947 


5,560 


33,942 


317 


9,028 


^3,110 


12,421 


13,067 


39.992 


7,956 


6,771 


37,839 


1.274 


8,351 


1,529 


11,462 


12,834 


53,760 


11,178 


5,388 


42,110 


4,445 


8,665 


966 


11,963 


11,932 


60,314 


15,077 


12,620 


41,135 


6,788 


10,992 


4,174 


12,820 


13,488 


59,272 


21,579 


16.876 


39,964 


8,526 


12,364 


8,402 


12,858 


23,048 


61,180 


21,825 


13,368 


43,632 


10,493 


11,269 


7,275 


12,023 


18,194 


61,528 


33,295 


13,057 


46,191 


10,022 


3.510 


9.476 


11,565 


8,836 


62.636 


34,814 


13,821 


46,880 


14.834 


5,330 


10,385 


12,984 


7,644 


59,745 


30,272 


12,731 


45,799 


12,211 


13,421 


9,130 


11,072 


"■ 4,835 


58,055 


20,189 


13,714 


38,793 


9,093 


10,604 


7,905 


4,006 


6,377 


42,043 


25,818 


9.101 


29,654 


7,852 


8.768 


5,444 


1,853 


2,663 


29,259 


30,532 


#,808 


20.217 


18,171 


5.545 



1909. 
Brls. 



4.481 
11,267 
13,242 
13.166 
16.138 
16.374 
15.341 
14,628 
15,922 
19.048 
17,942 
19.793 



STOCK OF ''CONTRACT" LARD IN CHICAGO. 

Tlie following table shores the stock of "contract" lard in Chicago on the first day 

of each month for the past ten years: 



January. . , 
February. . 
March.. . . , 

April , 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . , 
September 
October . . 
November , 
December . 



1918 


1917 


1916. 


1915. 


1914. 


1913. 


1912. 


1911. 


1910. 


Tea. 


Tes. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


52,000 


77.970 


43,900 


19,741 


38,733 


17.325 


49,857 


17.793 


9,257 


19,000 


74,400 


139,700 


18.536 


73,231 


18,981 


82.795 


9,252 


12,968 


33,800 


87,100 


184,350 


70,543 


97,107 


16,062 


104,959 


15,274 


7,954 


32,200 


71,300 


212,500 


96.601 


105,705 


12,534 


107,189 


33.776 


11,690 


41,500 


61,140 


202,250 


125,580 


123,799 


13,304 


118,059 


44,949 


8,845 


43,700 


55,700 


177,200 


195,431 


143,059 


33,905 


120.437 


59.780 


16,742 


49,550 


94,400 


167,800 


248,871 


169,216 


84.781 


166,475 


113.813 


24,833 


51,460 


131,000 


182,900 


274.960 


200,574 


120,424 


194.083 


148,444 


37,822 


46,000 


130,000 


144,200 


266.913 


179.784 


125,134 


163.857 


117,747 


31,404 


43,300 


116,000 


111,240 


240.932 


120,921 


110,137 


91.156 


70.730 


17.113 


41,900 


39,000 


87,100 


169.751 


17,295 


64,780 


42.702 


48,325 


30,104 


48,000 


41,700 


62,300 


134,878 


11,379 


48.523 


17,341 


46,015 


22 685 



1909. 
Tcs. 



15,945 
44 390 
49.404 
62.701 
66,911 
60,837 
65.765 
70,248 
35,344 
26,593 
9.591 
4,912 



STOCK OF SHORT RIB SIDES IN CHICAGO- 

27ie following table shows the stock of short rib sides in Chicago on the first day of 

each month for the past eight years: 



January... 

February 

March 

April 

May 

.June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 



1918 


1917 


I.bs. 


Lbs. 


6,564,435 


22,007,733 


8,532,100 


21,897,837 


9,948,62i 


19,821,088 


13,672,418 


15,482,732 


16,389,406 


17,195.763 


15,949,144 


16,970,656 


12,661,595 


16,036,791 


14,9.33,195 


14,977,255 


14,115,616 


13,656,436 


i 10,724,000 


6,344,449 


5,789,161 


1,075.412 


1,492,421 


2.135,645 



1916. 
Lbs. 



14,903,066 

19,752,863 

22,639,394 

23,157.473 

21,854,986 

18,094,537 

15,492,638 

14,561,132 

9.785,148 

7.775,237 

4,720,041 

12,572,874 



1915. 


1914. 


1913. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


18,283.396 


8,132,791 


2.349,024 


28,185,245 


17.234,034 


3,825,501 


36,263,816 


30,136,723 


3.!)02.586 


40,467,138 


20,167,391 


2,840.823 


41,907.841 


17.144.568 


1,622.285 


41.487,380 


14,115,715 


3,755,760 


41,189,166 


14,734,394 


8,655,621 


40,024;,911 


12,254,441 


11,971,440 


40,499,095 


11,71.5,787 


11.142,838 


28.829.122 


10,020,531 


9.716,343 


13,342,612 


3,910 000 


4,986,589 


3.046.674 


2,909,675 


2.447.026 



1912. 
Lbs. 



12,128,553 
18.397.148 
24,187.749 
25.066,885 
24,275,887 
26,388.183 
28,172.388 
26,750,604 
22.390,068 
15,919,176 
6.273,655 
650,029 



1911. 
Lbs. 



2,064,159 

2.463.9,55 

3,977,199 

9,565,599 

15,142,098 

16,630.802 

17.599.207 

17.978,312 

14.163,716 

10,147.439 

6,685.977 

7,364.084 



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52 



EASTBOUND 

Statement showing Eastbound Shipments of articles named, from Chicago, by 



Flour, 
Brls. 



Wheat, 
Bu. 



Corn, 
Bu. 



Gate, 
Bu. 



Rye, 
Bu. 



Barley, 
Bu. 



Grass Seeds, 
Lbs. 



Flaxseed, 
Bu. 



January. . . 
February. . 



March. 



.•\pril. 



May. 



June. 



July 

August. . . 



September 



October. 



November 



December.. 



175,000 

163,000 

28,000 

56,000 

83,000 

100,000 

141,000 

209,000 

343,000 

282,000 

212,000 

208,000 

240,000 

208,000 

133,000 

121,000 

138,000 

97,000 

113,000 

53,000 

30,000 

31,000 

50,000 

38,000 

52,000 

64,000 

46,000 

47,000 

22,000 

44,000 

62,000 

49,000 

63,000 

67,000 

54,000 

52,000 

116,000 

110,000 

107,000 

112,000 

97,000 

118,000 

88,000 

63,000 

64,000 

58,000 

64,000 

70,000 

134,000 

159,000 

188,000 

163,000 



35,000 

47,000 

9,(H30 

3,000 

11,000 

2,000 

18,000 

35,000 

28,000 

18,000 

20,000 

21,000 

73,000 

64,000 

11,000 

3,000 

10,000 

39,000 

20,000 

2,000 

4,000 

2,000 



2,000 

2,000 

2,000 

12,000 

29,000 

28,000 

50,000 

77,000 

111,000 

101,000 

102,000 

153,000 

142,000 

70,000 

135,000 

84,000 

112,000 

120,000 

132,000 

82,000 

36,000 

54,000 

68,000 

87,000 

1,137,000 

1,305,000 

2,354,000 

1,213,000 



500,000 
367,000 
129,000 
227,000 
342,000 
440,000 
607,000 
732,000 
917,000 
755,000 
911,000 
981,000 

1,105,000 
594,000 
620,000 
665,000 
607,000 
555,000 
650,000 
508,000 
581,000 
368,000 
282,000 
329,000 
274,000 
376,000 
359,000 
340,000 
463,000 
489,000 
364,000 
322,000 
313,000 
284,000 
295,000 
324,000 
464,000 
378,000 
464,000 
498,000 
371,000 
601,000 
768,000 
640,000 

1,190,000 
867,000 
985,009 
844,000 
674,000 
545,000 

1,019,000 
665,000 



1,175,000 

1,193,000 

171,000 

340,000 

776,000 

721,000 

992,009 

1,056,000 

1,321,000 

1,219,000 

1,086,000 

1,158,000 

1,695,000 

1,528,000 

2,515,000 

2,718,000 

2,646,000 

2,367,000 

2,378,000 

1,458,000 

1,022,000 

647,000 

547,000 

532,000 

695,000 

926,000 

797,000 

938,000 

511,000 

720,000 

583,000 

452,000 

526,000 

629,000 

334,000 

530,000 

613,000 

512,000 

473,000 

499,000 

672,000 

1,005,000 

1,257,000 

1,087,000 

1,583,000 

1,153,000 

1,121,000 

983,000 

748,000 

663,000 

1,268,000 

1,195,000 



17,000 
62,000 



2,000 

8,000 

5,000 

32,000 

28,000 

14,000 

38,000 

78,000 

17,000 

26,000 

3,000 

24,000 

18,000 

21,000 

34,000 

9,000 

8,000 

3,000 

3,000 

10,000 



5,000 
22,000 



8,000 

5,000 

9,000 

3,000 

14,000 

39,000 

13,000 

7,000 

25,000 

11,000 

5,000 

90,000 

36,000 

3,000 

23,000 

20,000 

3,000 

6,000 

3,000 

21,000 

1,000 

24,000 

11,000 

17,000 

91,000 



106,000 

146,000 

18,000 

39,000 

50,000 

69,000 

107,000 

141,000 

252,000 

176,000 

199,000 

147,000 

255,000 

166,000 

152,000 

128,000 

87,000 

66,000 

46,000 

10,000 

21,000 

71,000 

99,030 

4,000 

21,000 

17,000 

2,000 

26,000 

10,000 

28,000 

41,000 

16,000 

14,000 

21,000 

28,000 

26,000 

33,000 

39,000 

51,000 

56,000 

65,000 

86,000 

47,000 

62,000 

52,000 

45,000 

112,000 

85,000 

82,000 

109,000 

67,000 

149,000 



681,000 
337,000 
137,000 
567,000 

1,512,000 

1,017,000 
851,000 
643,000 

1,598,000 

2,284,000 

1,778,000 
697,000 

1,138,000 

520,000 

376,000 

421,000 

213,000 

173,000 

294,000 

109,000 

62,000 

49,000 

86,000 

280,000 

201.000 

173,000 

5,000 

12,000 

51,000 

196,000 

185,000 

64,000 

404,000 

374,000 

328,000 

200,000 

455,000 

223,000 

628,000 

283,000 

404,000 

1,029,000 
241,000 
081,000 
911,000 

2,617,000 
891,000 

1,741,000 
983,000 
807,000 
607,000 

1,240,000 



1,000 



1,000 
1,000 
2,000 



2,000 



1,000 



Totals. 



5,585,000 



8,281,000 



28,946,000 



53,734,000 



975,000 



3,945,000 



31,757,000 



8,000 



Total 1917... 
1916... 
1915... 
1914... 
1913... 
1912... 
1911... 
1910... 
1909... 
1908... 



7,503,000 
6,058,000 
4,895,000 
4,007,000 
3,247,000 
2,759,552 
2,580,945 
3,773,790 
4,599,817 
5.080,348 



19,783,000 
53,362,000 
39,552,000 
25,908,000 
27,933,000 
16,680,800 
7,112,700 
8,-542,800 
11,883,459 
10,761.957 



32,606,000 
44,854,000 
48,669,000 
39,514,000 
58,318,000 
45,837,850 
38,645,075 
35,372,546 
43,709,290 
42,141,787 



92,300,000 

110,581,000 

120,781,000 

107,231,000 

89,928,000 

94,235,300 

64,129,300 

67,247,800 

67,194,313 

72,115,494 



3,601,000 

4,337,000 

4,009,000 

2,002,000 

1,534,000 

992,900 

795,100 

469,800 

655,959 

968,956 



5,912,000 
10,428,000 
8,560,000 
6,166,000 
6,961,000 
2,916,600 
5,697,400 
7,067,400 
7,578,356 
7,467,251 



46,4.59,000 
45,342,000 
44,972,000 
47,503,000 
54,015,000 
52,771,600 
32,768,200 
47,303,010 
61,170,204 
68,294,718 



30,000 

5,000 

28,000 

22,000 

138,000 

406,200 

161,200 

242,000 

140,834 

185,784 



53 



RAIL SHIPMENTS. 



rail, during each week in 1918, as reported to the Chicago Board of Trade. 



Cured Meats, 
Lbs. 



CannedMeats 
Cases 



Fresh Meats, 
Lbs. 



Beef, 



Pork, 
Brls. 



Lard, 
Lbs. 



Malt, 
Bu. 



Millstuffs, 
Lbs. 



Oil Cake, 
Lbs. 



12,572,000 
15,701,000 

9,416,000 
13,838,000 
15,796,000 
16,645,000 
18,424,000 
15,802,000 
14,126,000 
16,432,000 
15,928,000 
14,744,000 
14,803,000 

9,024,000 
12,959,000 
16,885,000 
13,413,000 
15,157,000 
16,418,000 
13,318,000 
11,279,000 

8,219,000 
15,141,000 
16,554,000 
22,999,000 
20,748,000 
23,645,000 
21,384,000 
15,280,000 
18,774,000 
19,645,000 
12,775,000 
10,572,000 
17,179,000 

9,433,000 
10.760,000 

9,908,000 
10,619,000 
21,223,000 
16,620,000 
10,589,000 
24,852,000 
15,668,000 
20,038,000 
16,518,000 
18.926,000 
19,802,000 
16,021,000 
24,732,000 
30,335,000 
27,253,000 
23,131,000 



50,068 
30,110 
33,793 
42,576 
38,299 
49,088 
60,326 
75,455 
135,151 
47,839 
21,439 
73,098 
40,527 
8,641 
95,999 
134,959 
153,437 
88,685 
50,878 
53,937 
23,012 
14,791 
22,551 
34,634 
24,650 
32,512 
28,907 
105,537 
83,512 
57,192 
63,307 
89,410 
66,926 
42,361 
23,216 
24,662 
31,925 
20,551 
133,327 
66,680 
41,698 
59,700 
96,052 
54,752 
38,608 
52,019 
55,952 
91,771 
78,852 
132,371 
132,311 
139,511 



25,237,000 
26,346,000 
17,468,000 
20,997,000 
27,580,000 
27,067,000 
30,515,000 
30,276,000 
32,030,000 
23,012,000 
25,617,000 
19,302,000 
17,172,000 
16,777,000 
25,571,000 
29,019,000 
19,037,000 
29,013,000 
26,600,000 
26,477,000 
30,979,000 
27,577,000 
24,700,000 
21,361,000 
20,981,000 
28,196,000 
20,411,000 
£7,355,000 
30,120,000 
29,408,000 
29,739,000 
23,583,000 
21,915,000 
23,056,000 
17,470,000 
13,902,000 
22,817,000 
27,430,000 
31,157,000 
28,971,000 
31,709,000 
36,105,000 
42,517,000 
36,763,000 
27,896,000 
31,725,000 
41,810,000 
41,404,000 
39,933,000 
81,781,000 
58,099,000 
49,386,000 



370 

537 

823 

3,136 

2,112 

2,248 

958 

117 

1,299 

161 

203 

53 

37 

505 

531 

353 

1,137 

136 

221 

473 

717 

1,887 

2,380 

702 

226 

12 



16 



153 
1,589 



682 

241 

1,691 

3,446 

840 

1,666 

2,107 

1,526 

734 

802 

1,274 

656 

628 

812 

654 

657 



1,793 

1,669 

1,369 

2,521 

1,805 

4,029 

1,867 

1,337 

2,793 

941 

961 

1,113 

2,315 

1,484 

1,406 

2,101 

1,194 

1,755 

1,498 

967 

1,165 

862 

335 

597 

326 

468 

355 

662 

760 

944 

586 

1,005 

311 

546 

522 

1,209 

1,005 

646 

7,630 

6,303 

4,316 

4,289 

3,382 

3,549 

3,160 

3,271 

2,129 

2,450 

2,392 

2,268 

2,014 

1,783 



4,475,000 
5,810,000 
1,093,000 
2,994,000 
4,674,000 
4,054,000 
3,648,000 
4,522,000 
6,399,000 
4,426,000 
4,514,000 
3,778,000 
2,652,000 
1,678,000 
1,839,000 
7,033,000 
8,746,000 
3,227,000 
5,651,000 
6,369,000 
4,469,000 
2,184,000 
1,836,000 
3,676,000 
3,894,000 
1,452,000 
1,854,000 
2,214,000 
4,585,000 
9,675,000 
4,337,000 
2,906,000 
1,991,000 
4,468,000 
3,228,000 
3,019,000 
3,277,000 
3,993,000 
8,501,000 
8,812,000 
6,826,000 
15,213,000 
10,733,000 
8,460,000 
14,935,000 
10,838,000 
10,738,000 
16,977,000 
14,855,000 
13,801,000 
7,792,000 
11,454,000 



149,000 

160,000 

53,000 

43,000 

88,000 

69,000 

119,000 

57,000 

172,000 

144,000 

122,000 

143,000 

169,000 

138,000 

183,000 

232,000 

174,000 

142,000 

147,000 

138,000 

a06,000 

32,000 

48,000 

48,000 

77,000 

58,000 

19,000 

74,000 

51,000 

45,000 

35,000 

18,000 

40,000 

66,000 

23,000 

28,000 

65,000 

34,000 

68,000 

68,000 

52,000 

64,000 

45,000 

56,000 

74,000 

38,000 

66,000 

22,000 

35,000 

13,000 

43,000 

27,000 



9,924,000 

13,280,000 

4,231,000 

4,819,000 

8,998,000 

10,1(»,000 

15,027,000 

18,606,000 

34,061,000 

24,410,000 

21,662,000 

22,198,000 

25,357,000 

21,568,000 

18,806,000 

16,589,000 

9,591,000 

10,051,000 

14,661,000 

8,417,000 

5,619,000 

3,792,000 

7,365,000 

5,490,000 

6,367,000 

6,030,000 

4,560,000 

7,167,000 

5,288,000 

8,264,000 

6,356,000 

4,859,000 

5,049,000 

6,141,000 

4,596,000 

2,453,000 

0,619,000 

6,270,000 

6,638,000 

8,348.000 

5,697,000 

13,615,000 

9,384,000 

9,578,000 

7,273,000 

8,219,000 

12,024,000 

7,496,000 

8,284,000 

16,616,000 

12,053,000 

12,683,000 



66,000 



857,000 
80,000 

229,66o' 
38,000 



36,000 



60,000 



2,000 



68,000 

49,000 

451,000 



128,000 

335,666' 
260,000 



851,023,000 



775,878,000 
778.748,000 
745,193,000 
490,877,000 
461,109,000 
380,287,200 
396,550,500 
427,124,849 
609.723,706 
518,005,415 I 



3,247,565 



1,515,369.000 



41.508 



96,158 



310,575,000 



4,180,000 



551,558,000 



1,721,908 

1,524,940 

2,240,078 

1.304,681 

978,137 

924,323 

1,307,707 

828,044 

478,986 

723.943 



1,261,460,000 
1.248.390.000 
1,332329.000 
924.617,000 
944,218,000 
697,071.100 
791,369.200 
769,380,759 
767.707.787 
902.995.043 



114,564 
96,569 

103,150 
47,803 
54,888 
61.444 
90.832 

105,061 

195,723 
95.873 



132,774 
176,697 
211,900 
160.693 
125.860 
115,309 
89,162 
114,986 
172.071 
154,309 



218,545,000 
326,303.000 
298,728,000 
274,281,000 
254,602,000 
228.121,300 
277,543,600 
247,511,869 
234,387.730 
380,580.091 



11,613,000 

13,486.000 

11,282,000 

9,212,000 

10,241.000 

9,594,000 

9,724,000 

8,629,000 

16,100,000 

11,772,000 



628,092,000 
582,721,000 
629,718,000 
452.096,000 
361,114,000 
375,772,000 
33«,086,000 
354,297,000 
332,708,000 
350,406,000 



2,659.000 



7,482,000 
23.202,000 
30,857.000 
23.432,000 
44,146.000 
46,610,000 
16,551,000 
17,161.000 
36,607,000 
70,316,000 



54 



PRIMARY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS 
FOR THE YEAR 1917. 



Total weekly Receipts and Shipments of Wheat, Corn and Oats during the year 
1917, at and from Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Duluth, St. Louis, Toledo, 
Detroit, Kansas City, Peoria, Omaha and Indianapolis, the so-called "Primary 
Markets." 

(Some allowance should be made for duplications.) 



Week Ending 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July.. .'.■.";!;;;;; 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Totals 



6 
13 
20 
27 

3 

10 
17 
24 

3 

10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 

10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 



Rbcbipts 



Wheat, 
Bu. 



4,367,000 
5,673,000 
5,614,000 
5,380,000 
6,054,000 
3,901,000 
4,855,000 
4,090,000 
4,551,000 
4,951,000 
6,285,000 
3,135,000 
6,691,000 
5,767,000 
5,958,000 
5,172,000 
4,985,000 
4,987,000 
5,524,000 
6,767,000 
5.483,000 
5.037,000 
3.626,000 
3,057,000 
2,875,000 
2,249,000 
1,922,000 
1,605,000 
2,251,000 
3,300,000 
3,400,000 
5,920,000 
5,069,000 
5,290,000 
4,887,000 
4,301,000 
5,590,000 
6,216,000 
6,915,000 
6,691,000 
5,425,000 
7,353,000 
7,050,000 
7,448,000 
7,777,000 
7,698,000 
6,888,000 
5,410,000 
4,888,000 
3,472,000 
3,806,000 
3,844,000 



Com, 
Bu. 



259,430,000 



5,927,000 
7,054,000 
7,019,000 
7,712,000 
7,679,000 
4,710,000 
4,891,000 
5,548,000 
5,623,000 
6,243,000 
5,603,000 
4,309,000 
4,589,000 
3,989,000 
3,929,000 
3,679,000 
3,677,000 
3,546,000 
3,820,000 
4,190,000 
3,102,000 
4,157,000 
4,377,000 
5,684,000 
6,016,000 
5.030,000 
4,388,000 
3,889,000 
3,754,000 
3,591,000 
2,921,000 
4,258,000 
3,882,000 
2,729,000 
1,790,000 
1,496,000 
1,507,000 
2,323,000 
2,786,000 
2,285,000 
1,690,000 
1,839,000 
1,528,000 
1,424,000 
1,975,000 
3,134,000 
4,228,000 
4,020,000 
4,819,000 
3.608,000 
4,355,000 
3,910,000 



209.332,000 



Oata, 
Bu. 



2,843,000 
3,839,000 
3,619,000 
4,136,000 
4,731.000 
3,201,000 
2,957,000 
3,523,000 
4,648,000 
6,562,000 
6,635,000 
4,000,000 
5,285,000 
5,080,000 
5,408,000 
6,557,000 
5,094,000 
4,353,000 
4,140,000 
4,198,000 
3,968,000 
3,664,000 
3,498,000 
3,689,000 
4,784,000 
4,054,000 
4,111,000 
3,623,000 
3,952,000 
3,773,000 
3,122,000 
5,726,000 
8,341,000 
11,238,000 
10,327,000 
9,568,000 
9,713,000 
9,169.000 
8.218.000 
8.148.000 
6,250,000 
8,455,000 
8,379,000 
9,723,000 
8,672,000 
7,285,000 
7.505,000 
6,037,000 
6,065,000 
3,953,000 
4,718,000 
5,597.000 



293,134.000 



Shipments 



Wheat, 
Bu. 



3,114,000 
4,490,000 
3,698.000 
3.744.000 
4.255,000 
2.853,000 
3.174.000 
3,015,000 
2.668.000 
2.920,000 
3.600.000 
3.035.000 
4,100,000 
3,723,000 
4.864.000 
4,673.000 
5,032.000 
6.083.000 
6,841,000 
6,344,000 
6,496,000 
5.197.000 
4.950.000 
4,485,000 
2.549,000 
2,088.000 
1,529,000 
1,606.000 
1,186,000 
1.561.000 
1.611.000 
3.262.000 
2,206,000 
2.832.000 
3.112.000 
2,062.000 
1.837.000 
2,346,000 
2,341,000 
2,883,000 
1,927,000 
2,651.000 
6,669,000 
3,297,000 
2,785,000 
3,023,000 
3,106,000 
2,091,000 
3,016,000 
1,979,000 
1,563,000 
1,120,000 



170,491.000 



Com, 
Bu. 



2.132.000 
3,315,000 
3,845,000 
3,893,000 
3.703.000 
2,919,000 
2.873.000 
2.866.000 
3.096.000 
3,156.000 
3,232,000 
2,756,000 
3,161,000 
2,681,000 
3,380,000 
2,834,000 
4,963,000 
2,802,000 
2,594,000 
2.906.000 
2.680,000 
2,048,000 
2,653,000 
2,976,000 
3,176,000 
3.673.000 
2.981,000 
3,488,000 
2,572,000 
1,985,000 
1,872,000 
2,383,000 
1,838,000 
1,873,000 
2,090,000 
1,289.000 
1.217.000 
985,000 
1.433.000 
1.487.000 
982,000 
1,126,000 
872.000 
732.000 
890,000 
906,000 
1.141.000 
1.260,000 
2,049.000 
1.780.000 
1,565,000 
1,904,000 



122,815,000 



Oats. 
Bu. 



2,155,000 
3,530,000 
2,813,000 
2,487,000 
3,188,000 
2,778,000 
2,653,000 
3,745,000 
4,032,000 
4.526.000 
4.823.000 
3.738,000 
4,819,000 
4,803,000 
5,489,000 
5,713,000 
10,593.000 
5,513,000 
5,230,000 
5,930,000 
4,567,000 
4,319,000 
4,490,000 
5,262,000 
4.999.000 
6.147.000 
3,805.000 
4,430,000 
3.927,000 
3.211.000 
2.442,000 
3,479,000 
3,446.000 
5,841,000 
7,124,000 
6.303.000 
7.336.000 
7.811,000 
6,171,000 
6,402,000 
5,061.000 
5.761,000 
5.402,000 
6,069,000 
6,853,000 
5,976,000 
6,702,000 
5,156,000 
6,360,000 
4,918,000 
3,575,000 
3,483.000 



263,186,000 



55 



PRIMARY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS 
FOR THE YEAR 1918. 



Total weekly Receipts and Shipments of Wheat, Corn and Oats during the year 
1918, at and from Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Duluth, St. Louis, Toledo, 
Detroit, Kansas City, Peoria, Omaha and Indianapolis, the so-called "Primary 
Markets." 

(Some allowance should be made for duplications) 



Week Ending 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July.. .■.■.!;;;;!:: 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Totals 



5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 

14 
21 
28 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 

14 
21 
28 



Receipts 



Wheat, 
Bu. 



2,633,000 

3,057,000 

1,982,000 

2,316,000 

1,497,000 

1,508,000 

1,524,000 

1,366,000 

1,857,000 

1,596,000 

1,236,000 

1,281,000 

1,191,000 

1,843,000 

1,285,000 

1,296,000 

1,155,000 

1,554,000 

1,616,000 

1,438,000 

1,693,000 

1,381,000 

1,302,000 

1,737,000 

1,654,000 

1,641,000 

1,743,000 

4,725,000 

9,647,000 

12,713,000 

17,160,000 

20,597,000 

20,423,000 

18,498,000 

16.486,000 

15,955,000 

18,819,000 

18,242,000 

17,026,000 

15,227,000 

12,500,000 

16,854,000 

15,468,000 

11,457,000 

9,980,000 

7,405,000 

7,274,000 

8,103,000 

13,700,000 

14,321,000 

12,597,000 

10,636,000 



390,198,000 



Corn, 
Bu. 



4,543,000 
5,923,000 
3,502,000 
6,742,000 
6,426,000 
6,717,000 
11,214,000 
9,161,000 
14,666,000 
12,849,000 
12,782,000 
11,801,000 
8,267,000 
8,067,000 
5,978,000 
6,771,000 
5,427,000 
5,540,000 
5,190,000 
4,118,000 
3,145,000 
3,781,000 
4,532,000 
4,224,000 
4,752,000 
4,939,000 
3,910,000 
4,950,000 
5,857,000 
5,498,000 
3,772,000 
3,368,000 
2,740,000 
3,130,000 
5,077,000 
4,669,000 
4,940,000 
6,727,000 
5,330,000 
5,847,000 
5,-539,000 
6,152,000 
4,488,000 
4,117,000 
4.411,000 
3,893,000 
3,228,000 
2,549,000 
3,607,000 
5,389,000 
4,317,000 
2,731,000 



297,293,000 



Oats, 
Bu. 



5,082,000 
5,146,000 
2,694,000 
4,595,000 
4,628,000 
4,503,000 
6,665,000 
6,458,000 
8,419,000 
7,146,000 
6,556,000 
7,063,000 
8,058,000 
9,400,000 
7,866,000 
6,939,000 
7,046,000 
6,727,000 
5,528,000 
4,177,000 
3,284,000 
3,389,000 
3,411,000 
3,449,000 
4,327,000 
5,697,000 
4,406,000 
5,566,000 
5,970,000 
6,108,000 
5,863,000 
9,076,000 
10,709,000 
11,747,000 
12,231,000 
9,935,000 
8,690,000 
7,834,000 
5,975,000 
6,179,000 
5,695,000 
7,714,000 
6,713,000 
6,565,000 
6,133,000 
6,526,000 
6,304,000 
6,406,000 
6,611,000 
7,221,000 
7,836,000 
6,250,000 



337,516,000 



Shipments 



WTieat, 
Bu. 



791,000 

950,000 

744,000 

648,000 

671,000 

621,000 

907,000 

1,043,000 

841,000 

884,000 

761,000 

967,000 

1,001,000 

1,164,000 

759,000 

723,000 

464,000 

622,000 

501,000 

283,000 

328,000 

429,000 

257,000 

369,000 

385,000 

263,000 

244,000 

575,000 

2,291,000 

4,514,000 

5,974,000 

7,367,000 

7,992,000 

11,020,000 

8,428,000 

6,448,000 

6,374,000 

8,093,000 

6,378,000 

4,556,000 

5,454,000 

6,793,000 

6,960,000 

5,512,000 

3,362,000 

8,332,000 

13,797,000 

12,756,000 

15,616,000 

10,748,000 

6,992,000 

4,111,000 



198,338,000 



Com, 
Bu. 



2,124,000 
2,338,000 
1,778,000 
2,710,000 
3,475,000 
3,411,000 
4,399,000 
3,893,000 
6,478,000 
6,895,000 
6,950,000 
6,691,000 
5,170,000 
4,780,000 
4,275,000 
4,166,000 
3,576,000 
3,843,000 
3,323,000 
3,336,000 
2,979,000 
2,418,000 
2,415,000 
2,362,000 
2,091,000 
2,517,000 
2,176,000 
1,919,000 
2,280,000 
2,554,000 
2,255,000 
1,997,000 
1,989,000 
2,428,000 
2,004,000 
1,892,000 
2,242,000 
2,400,000 
2,741,000 
2,671,000 
2,427,000 
3,366,000 
2,554,000 
2,423,000 
3,127,000 
2,540,000 
2,714,000 
2,066,000 
2,169,000 
2,147,000 
2,733,000 
2,356,000 



160,563,000 



Oats, 
Bu. 



3,939,000 
4,641,000 
2,395,000 
3,050,000 
4,019,000 
3,722,000 
3,960,000 
3,673,000 
4,354,000 
4,915,000 
4,463,000 
4,469,000 
5,550,000 
5,950,000 
6,933,000 
7,330,000 
6,265,000 
7,051,000 
6,971,000 
4,542,000 
3,997,000 
2,249,000 
2,278,000 
2,700,000 
2,627,000 
2,983,000 
2,673,000 
4,520,000 
4,026.000 
3,995,000 
3,959,000 
3,709,000 
4,932,000 
6,259,000 
6,067,000 
6,444,000 
6,006.000 
4,980,000 
6,322,000 
5,786,000 
3,570,000 
6,402.000 
4,555,000 
5,766,000 
4,956,000 
5,457,000 
8,041,000 
5,496,000 
7,634,000 
6,690,000 
4,574,000 
3,659,000 



251,504,000 



'^e^^i^aitliil^MibSftJS^Ji^&i'i.yJ'iK: 



56 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES AT CHICAGO FOR 

spot, and deliverable in succeeding months at 





•WHEAT 


••CORN 




No. 2, 

Red, 

Spot. 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

Hard, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


No. 1, 

Northern, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 

perbu. 


Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

Spot, 

perbu. 


2 




. 2 17 

. 2 17 

. 2 17 

. 2 17 

. 2 17 

. 2 17 

. 2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 


2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 


2 20 








1 80 ©1 85 


3 




2 20 


1 80 ©1 85 


4.. 




2 20 


1 80 ©1 85 


5.. 




2 20 








1 75 ©1 80 


7 




2 20 








1 75 ©1 80 


8 . 




2 20 










1 75 ©1 80 


<t 




2 20 




1 75 ©1 80 


10 




2 20 










1 75 @1 80 


n 




2 20 




1 75 @1 80 


12 




2 20 








1 75 ©1 80 


14 




2 20 








1 75 ©1 80 


15 




2 20 








1 75 ©1 80 


16 




2 20 








1 75 ©1 80 


17 




2 20 










1 75 ©1 80 


18 




2 20 


1 75 ©1 80 


1t> 




2 20 




1 70 ©1 75 


?1 




2 20 








1 70 ©1 75 


?? 




2 20 








1 70 @1 75 


23 




2 20 








1 75 ©1 80 


?4 




2 20 








1 80 ©1 85 


^5 




2 20 










1 80 ©1 85 


?fi 




2 20 




1 80 ©1 85 


28 




2 20 


1 75 ©1 80 


29 




2 20 


1 75 ©1 80 


30 




2 20 








.... 


1 75 ©1 80 


31 




2 20 


1 75 ©1 80 
















1918 


174' 


2 17 
<a2 00 


2 17 

1 645^@2 02J4 


. . 2 20 




4@i'9i"' 


'i'43 "@i 55 ' 


\Z2Yg@i'i2i4 


1 70 ©1 85 


1917 


1 78K@2 05 


1 70 


93J4@1 03 




MESS PORK 


LARD ^ '^ ^ 


1 
Q 


Spot, 


January, 
per brl. 


May, 
per brl. 


July, 
per brl. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


January, 
per 100 lbs. 


2 


$47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 GO 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 
47 00 

47 50 

48 00 
48 00 
48 00 
48 00 
48 00 
47 50 


@48 00 
@48 00 
@48 00 
@48 00 
@48 00 
@48 00 
@48 00 
@48 00 
@48 00 
@48 00 
@47 50 
@47 50 
(3}47 50 
@47 50 
@47 50 
@48 00 
@48 00 
@48 00 
@48 00 
©48 00 
@48 50 
@48 50 
@48 50 
@48 50 
@48 50 
@48 00 


?44 75 @45 10 

44 60 @45 45 

45 25 @45 30 


$44 52i/^@45 20 
44 55 ©45 05 
44 75 ©45 15 
44 65 ©44 97M 
44 90 ©45 371^ 

44 90 ©45 25 

45 00 ©45 22J^ 
45 12H@45 50 
45 25 ©45 75 


? 




$. 


23 50 
23 65 
23 70 

23 85 

24 05 

23 95 

24 20 
©24 40 

24 3m 

24 42J^ 
24 40 
24 55 
24 77Jij 
24 85 
24 77}^ 
24 85 
24 75 
24 70 

24 mi 

24 62^ 
24 62J^ 
24 75 
24 80 
©25 071^ 

24 45 

25 40 


$23 45 ©23 80 


3.. 






23 32H@23 95 


4.. 






23 65 ©23 80 


5.. 






23 65 ©23 87H 


7.. 


45 50 @45 80 
45 50 @45 80 






23 95 ©24 00 


8.. 






23 90 ©24 00 


9 






24 00 ©24 12J^ 


in 


45 75 @46 10 




24 35 


24 10 ©24 37J^ 


11. 




24 20 ©24 30 


12.. 










14 




45 60 ©45 82;^ 
45 50 ©45 80 
45 70 ©45 87M 
45 70 ©45 90 
45 70 ©45 85 
45 80 ©45 95 
45 75 ©45 90 
45 70 ©45 921^ 
45 75 ©45 80 
45 85 ©45 97}^ 
45 70 ©45 85 

45 87H@46 20 

46 15 ©46 30 
46 20 ©46 60 
46 65 ©46 90 
46 57}^ ©46 90 








24 30 ©24 423^ 


15 


46 40 @46 421^ 
46 40 @46 45 
46 45 @46 55 

46 60 ©46 75 

47 00 ©47 10 






24 30 @24 521^ 


16 






24 471^ ©24 82M 


17 






24 75 ©24 85 


18.. 






24 72H©24 85 


19 






24 82}^@24 85 


21.. 






24 75 ©24 77J^ 


22 


47 10 ©47 20 

47 25 

47 22K@47 30 
47 10 ©47 12J^ 

47 25 

47 00 ©47 40 
47 30 ©47 40 
47 50 ©47 60 
47 20 ©47 65 








?3 






24 67H@24 80 


24 






24 621^ 


25 








26 






24 65 ©24 75 


28 






24 80 ©24 821^ 


29 




25 021/^ 


24 85 ©25 02J^ 


30 




25 22J^@25 45 


31 






25 45 ©25 95 










1918 


47 00 
28 00 


@48 50 
@31 75 


44 60 ©47 65 
26 85 ©31 671^ 


44 521/^ ©46 90 
26 60 ©30 25 


27 '67J^@2 


I 


23 50 ©25 40 
15 10 ©16 40 


23 32i^@25 95 


1917 


9 85 ' 


14 85 ©16 45 



-KNo trading in futures. Spot prices fixed by the Government. 
••By action of Directors on January 25th, trading in January Com ceased and $1.28 per bushel fixed as settlement price. 



57 



THE LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES 

sellers' option as to time during January, 191S 



CORN 


OATS 


RYE 


BARLEY 


Contract, 

February, 

per bu. 


Contract, 
May, 
perbu. 


Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 


Nb. 2, 

Spot, 

perbu. 


Spot, ■ 

by Sanjple, 

per bu. 




1 243^©1 25 . 
1 2434®1 25^ . 
1 25^@1 25>^ . 
1 253^®1 26 . 
1 25i^®l 25^ . 
1 25 ®1 25M • 
1 25 ©1 253^ . 
1 243^©1 25H • 
1 243^©1 2534 • 
1 25 ©1 25J^ . 
1 243^©1 2534 . 
1 2434©1 253^ . 
1 243^©1 24^ . 
1 24>^©1 24M • 
1 24J^©1 2434 . 
1 243^©1 247^ . 
1 23J^®1 2434 ■ 
1 2334@l 243^ . 
1 23i^©l 24K . 
1 243-^©! 25 
1 2434®1 2534 . 
1 25 @1 251^ . 
1 253^®1 253^ . 
1 25 ®1 2534 ■ 
1 25 ®1 25M ■ 
1 25 @1 2534 . 




. . . . 79 
.... 793^ 
.... 80M 

.... 795/8 

.... 803^ 
.... 783^ 
.... 793/8 
.... 7m 
.... 7Wi 
.... 803^ 
.... 7934 
.... 783^ 

.... 785/8 
.... 787/8 

.... 795/8 
.... 79 
. . . . 79 
.... 79^ 
.... 81 
.... 815^ 
.... 833^ 
.... %Z% 
.... 843^ 
.... 84^ 
.... 843^ 
.... 833^ 


75^©76Ji 

753^@76M 
76^©7734 
77 ©783^ 
763^©7734 

75>^@77M 

76 ©77 
7h%@77V2 
7h%@7(>ys 

77 ©773.4 
76 ©7734 
75'/8@7634 
75>4©7634 
753i©76M 
75%©7654 
7634©76K 
75^©76^ 
753^@7634 
76 ©77M 

773/8©783/8 

773^®793i 
793i®803^ 
797/s®813^ 
795^©8134 
795/i©8134 
80 ©8134 






1 84 


1 50 ©1 57 


i'25^©i'; 

r26"©i'5 
1 253^@1 5 

i'273^@i'5 

1 27J^@i'5 
1 5 


25M 

!6 

73^ 

7% 
73/^ 











1 84 

1 84 

1 84 ©1 85 

184Ji 

1 83 

1 833^@1 85 
1 84 ©1 85 
1 84 ©1 85 
1 84 ©1 85 
1 84 ©1 85 
1 86 @1 88 

1 90 

1 90 

1 90 

1 91 

1 933^©1 94 
1 95 '@1 96 

1 97 

1 97 @1 99 

1 99 ©2 00 

2 00 ©2 04 
2 05 ©2 06 
2 08 ©2 10 

2 18 

2 13 ®2 14 


1 47 @1 57 
1 45 @1 57 
1 38 @1 57 
1 45 @1 56 
1 50 ©1 58 
1 42 @1 55 
1 50 @1 57 
1 40 ©1 57 
1 50 ©1 55 
1 48 @1 55 
1 50 ©1 59 
1 52 ©1 58 
1 49 ©1 573^ 
1 45 ©1 57 
1 52 ©1 58 
1 45 ©1 58 
1 42 ©1 57 
1 35 @1 60 
1 50 ©1 62 
1 50 ©1 60 
1 55 @1 62 
1 46 ©1 64 
1 50 ©1 €5 
1 63 ®1 73 
1 63 ©1 75 


1 25}^©1 275^ 


1 2334®1 26 . 
933^©1 03M 93 


©i'oiji 


783^©84M 
53H@583^ 


7534©8134 
543^@.593^ . 


5i3^©563i 


'.'.'.'. hi)" 


1 83 ©2 18 
1 38 @1 48H 


1 35 ®1 75 
97 @1 33 



LARD 


SHORT RIB SIDES 


LIVE HOGS 


May, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


January, 
per 100 lbs. 


May, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


23 85 ©24 323.^ 

23 75 ©24 20 

24 00 ©24 173^ 
24 023^@24 30 
24 25 ©24 40 
24 25 ©24 37J4 
24 323/^ ©24 50 
24 35 ©24 80 
24 523^@24 80 
24 773^@24 823.^ 
24 75 ©24 923^ 
24 70 ©24 923^ 
24 95 ®25 073^ 
24 90 ®25 123.^ 

24 9734@25 123^ 

25 023^@25 10 
24 97^©25 0234 

24'96"@25i6" 
24 87J^©25 00 
24 80 ©24 873^ 

24 85 ©25 05 

25 023^©25 073^ 
25 073^@25 25 
25 35 ©25 52^ 
25 35 ©25 523^ 


. . *• 






23 00 ©23 75 
23 00 ©23 75 
23 00 ©23 75 
23 00 ©23 75 
23 00 ©24 00 
23 00 ©24 00 
23 25 ©24 00 
23 25 ©24 00 
23 25 ©24 00 
23 25 ®24 00 
23 25 ®24 00 
23 25 ©24 25 
23 25 ©24 25 
23 25 ©24 25 
23 25 ©24 25 
23 50 ©24 50 
23 50 ©24 50 
23 50 ©24 50 
23 50 ©24 50 
23 50 ©24 50 
23 50 ©24 50 
23 623^©24 62^ 
23 623/$©24 623^ 
23 623^©24 623« 
23 623^©24 623^ 
23 62H@24 623^ 


23 50 ©23 87^ 
23 35 ©23 62}^ 
23 273^ ©23 60 
23 35 ©23 523^ 
23 57M©23 773^ 

23' 55 "©23 '70" 
23 50 ©23 90 
23 70 ©24 00 

24 mVi 

23 90 ©24 0734 

23 90 ©24 00 

24 00 ©24 15 
24 00 ©24 20 
24 05 ©24 12^ 
24 023^©24 10 
24 00 @24 023^ 

23 95 
23'92J4@24 05 
23 87V^©24 00 
23 65 ©23 85 
23 75 ©23 80 
23 70 ©23 77J4 
23 72J-2©23 85 
23 80 ©23 95 
23 80 @24 073^ 


23 9734 ©24 4734 . . . 
23 80 ©24 15 . . . 
23 873^ ©24 15 . . . 

23 90 ©24 1234 .. . 

24 023^©24 20 . . . 
24 00 ©24 nVi ... 
24 02>4@24 15 . . . 
24 00 ©24 40 . . . 
24 15 ©24 423^ . . . 

24 423.4 . . . 

24 35 ©24 5234 . . . 
24 30 ©24 45 ... 
24 45 ©24 60 ... 
24 373^©24 573^ .. . 
24 45 ©24 5734 . . . 
24 45 @24 55 . . . 
24 40 ©24 471/^ .. . 
24 35 ©24 45 . . . 
24 35 ©24 45 . . . 
24 3234©24 40 ... 
24 223^©24 30 . . . 
24 22H@24 45 . . . 
24 373^©24 45 . . . 
24 45 ©24 60 . . . 
24 5734®24 7234 . . . 
24 55 ©24 70 . . . 




. . 16 00 ©16 95 
. . 15 75 ©16 60 
. . 15 85 ©16 75 
. . 15 75 ©16 55 
. . 15 90 ©16 85 
. . 16 05 ©16 80 
. . 15 95 ©16 75 
. . 15 90 ©16 65 
. . 15 80 ©16 50 
. . 16 00 ©16 60 
. . 15 95 ©16 65 
. . 15 90 ©16 60 
. . 15 85 ©16 55 
. . 16 00 ©16 75 
. . 16 15 ©16 80 
. . 16 15 ©16 95 
. . 16 10 ©16 85 
. . 16 00 ©16 80 
. . 16 05 ©16 85 
. . 15 90 ©16 70 
. . 15 60 ©16 75 
. . 15 25 ©15 90 
. . 15 00 ©15 90 
. . 15 30 ©16 10 
. . 15 65 ©16 45 
. . 16 00 ©16 70 


23 75 ©25 523.^ 
15 35 ©16 75 


15"96"@i6'87J^ 


23 00 ©24 623^ 
13 25 ©15 621/$ 


23 27J4@24 20 
13 65 ©15 h7y, 


23 80 ©24 72^ . . . 
14 15 ©15 8734 15 


72H@i5'87 


. . 15 00 ©16 95 
34 9 60 ©12 00 



58 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES AT CHICAGO FOR 











Spot 


and deliverable in 


succeeding 


months at 




•WHEAT 


CORN 


Date 


No. 2. 
Red, 

Spot, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 
Hard, 

Spot, 
per bu. 


No. 1, 

Northern, 

Spot. 

per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 


Contract, 
July, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 


Contract, 
Spot, 
per bu. 


Contract, 
March, 
per bu. 


1.. 2 17 


2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 1" 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 


2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 
2 20 








1 75 @1 80 
1 75 @1 80 
1 75 @1 80 
1 75 @1 80 
1 75 @1 80 
1 75 @1 80 
1 75 @1 80 
1 75 @1 80 
1 75 @1 80 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 ®1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 


1 26}^® 1 26M 


? 


2 17 








1 27 ®1 27M 


4 


2 17 








1 26J^@1 2iys 


5 


2 17 






1 27 @1 27M 


6 


2 17 








1 27 @1 27^ 


7 


2 17 










S 


2 17 






1 27^® 1 271^ 


Q 


2 17 








1 263^® 1 2VA 


11 


2 17 









1 26^® 1 21% 


13 


2 17 








1 27 @1 27^ 


14 


2 17 








1 27i^@l 27^ 


15 


2 17 








1 27J^@1 27% 


Ifi 


2 17 








1 27^^®1 27^ 


18 


.... 2 17 










19 


2 17 








1 27H@1 27M 


f.O 


2 17 








1 275'g@l 27?^ 


9A 


2 17 








1 27^ 


n 


2 17 








1 27J^ 


?5 


2 17 








1 27^@1 27^ 


?fi 


2 17 










27 


2 17 










28.. 


2 17 




















1018 . . 2 17 


2 17 

1 51M@2 OO'x; 


2 20 

1 62}4@,1 99 








1 70 @1 80 
96?i@l 02M 


1 26H@1 27M 


1917 


1 66M@1 85 J^ 


1 oiyi@i %2ys 


1 36© 1 boVi 


1 29® 1 43 Ji 









♦MESS PORK 




♦LARD 


Dat« 


Spot, 
per brl. 


May, July, 
per brl. j per brl. 

1 


September, 
per brl. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


May, 
per 100 lbs. 


1 


S47 50 ®48 00 
47 50 @48 00 
47 50 ®48 00 
47 50 ®48 00 
47 50 ®48 00 
47 50 @48 00 
47 50 @48 00 
47 50 @48 00 
47 50 ©48 00 
47 50 ©48 00 

47 50 @48 00 

48 00 @48 50 
48 50 ©49 00 

48 50 @49 00 

49 00 ©49 50 

49 50 @o0 00 

50 00 @50 50 
49 50 @50 00 
49 00 ©49 50 
49 00 @49 50 
49 00 ©49 50 
48 25 ©48 75 


S46 70 @46 771-2 
47 00 ©47 25 
47 00 @47 25 

47 10 ©47 20 

48 70 @46 95 
46 65 @46 77K 
46 67H®46 77i<; 
46 70 ®46 95 
46 50 ®46 90 

46 95 ®47 25 

47 30 @47 40 
47 30 @47 80 

47 75 @48 00 

48 05 @48 20 

47 70 ©48 55 

48 70 @49 55 


S 


. S 


■S 25 40 

25 75 


S25 40 @25 55 


? 






25 52}4@2o 77}4 


4 


■ 




25 85 


25 80 ©25 921^ 


5 






... 25 95 


25 80 @25 9214 


6 






25 573^ 


25 50 ©25 771^ 


7 






25 62K 


25 42H@25 621^ 


S 







25 55 


25 42}^@25 55 


q 






25 70 


25 52J^@25 65 


11 






25 42^ 


25 35 ©25 60 


IS 






25 60 


25 32}^@25 60 


14 






25 55 


25 42}4@25 57J^ 


15 






25 90 


25 50 ®25 87y, 


16 






26 121^ 


25 90 @26 Uy 


18 






26 10 


26 02}^@26 30 


19 






26 22}^ 


25 92}^® 26 20 


?0 






26 25 


26 32H@26 571^ 


21 


49 75 @50 55 






26 60 


26 37}^@26 97K> 


23 


49 55 

48 55 ©48 70 
48 20 @48 65 
48 00 ®48 20 
47 o7}4@47 80 






26 62}^ 


26 47i^@26 50 


25 






26 50 


25 97^®26 20 


2fi 






26 60 


26 05 @26 17}^ 


27 






26 3714 


25 87}^®26 12J4 


28 






26 30 


25 70 @25 85 










« 




1918 


47 50 ©50 50 
28 25 ©32 12K 


46 50 ®50 55 
26 50 @31 90 






25 40 ©26 62J^ 
15 72M®18 45 


25 32i^@26 973^ 


1917 


27 50 ©31 35 




15 70 ©18 4734 









• No trading in futures. Spot prices fixed by the Government. 
♦By action of Directors on February 21, maxira\im price on May Pork was fixed at S50.55, May Lard at 526.973^ and May 
Ribs at $26.20; also maximum price on July Lard was fixed at S27.25 and July Ribs at S26.55. 

Also maximum prices on all Deliveries after July, 1918, at $50.55 i^r Pork, $27.25 for Lard and $26.55 for Ribs. 
Also ma.ximum prices on all Deliveries prior to July, 1918, at $50.55 for Pork, $26,973 2 for Lard and $26.20 for Ribs. 



59 



THE LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES 



sellers' option as to time during February, 1918 



••CORN 



•••OATS 



RYE 



BARLEY 



Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 



Contract, 
Spot, 
per bu. 



Contract, 
March, 
per bu. 



Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 



No^, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



Spot, 

by Sample, 

per bu. 



1 24}^© 1 25ys 
1 24^© 1 25 
1 24J^©1 25M 
1 24?i@l 25H 
1 253^© 1 253^ 
1 25M@1 25^^ 
1 25 ©1 25=^ 



81?^ 



25 ©1 253^ 
24^© 1 253^ 



1 243^© 1 253^ 



255'c©l 26 
25J^©1 263^ 
25J^©1 263^ 
263^© 1 263^ 
263i©l 26 J^ 
1 26J^©1 273^ 
1 26>^©1 27ii 
1 26^© 1 27 
1 26^© 1 27 
1 26^© 1 27 
1 26J^©1 27 
1 263^© 1 27 



823^@825^ 

833^ 

833^ 

84>i 

83 

833^ 

827^ 

835/^ 

SiVs 

85 

86 

86 

90 

91 

93 



81^©82J^ 
81J|©823^ 
82H@83M 
8VA@83ys 
823۩83^^ 
823/g©833^ 
82H@mA 
825^@83^ 

82}i©83J^ 
84 ©8534 
84 @85^ 
845^©85J^ 
8534@86J^ 

863^©90M 
903i©923^ 
903^@93 
88J/^©90M 
873^8( 



78^©803^ 

783^©79J^ 

793^@80^ 

79 ©8034 

79M@80^ 

793i©80J^ 

79^@81 

79?^©80H 

783^©79>i 

79K©813^ 

8134@82J^ 

813^@83% 

82>^@835^ 

833^©84^ 



88 ©903^ 
8834©90J^ 
873^©89 



8934 

9.V 



89 ©89^ 
88 ^©893^ 



873^@88}< 
87^@883i 
87J^©883i 



2 12 



2 47 



. 2 15 
©2 15 

. 2 18 

. 2 15 
©2 18 
©2 20 

. 2 20 
©2 21 
©2 183^ 
©2 18 
©2 20 

. 2 20 
©2 22 
©2 233^ 
©2 25 
©2 32 

. 2 45 
@2 48 
©2 47 
©2 50 

. 2 55 

. 2 65 



1 65 @ 
1 60© 
1 67 © 
1 68 © 
1 76 © 
1 76 © 
1 65 @ 
1 73 @ 
1 72 @ 
1 65 © 
1 77 



75 @ 
75 © 
75 © 
77 © 
81 © 
80© 
80© 
83 @ 
86 © 
85 © 
60 © 



1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 87 

1 90 

1 92 

1 92 

1 95 

1 92 



74 
74 
77 
78 
80 
82 
87 
90 



98 
00 
02 
03 
07 
15 
20 



1 243^@1 2734 
93^© 1 03 



93 ©1 OlJ-g 



97M@98K 



81M@93 
51M©56J^ 



813'^@93 



78^©90Ji 
4934® 58 



493^©55J^ 



2 12 
1 40 



©2 65 
©1 52 



1 60 ® 2 20 
98 @ 1 29 



♦LARD 


♦SHORT RIB SIDES 


LIVE HOGS 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


September, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


May, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


September, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


25'96"@26'6o" 
25 60 @25 85 





23 623^@24 25 
23 623^©24 373^ 
23 75 ©24 50 
23 75 ©24 50 
23 75 ©24 50 
23 75 @24 50 
23 75 ©24 50 
23 75 ©24 50 
23 75 ©24 50 
23 75 ©24 50 

23 75 ©24 50 

24 00 ©24 75 
24 25 ©25 75 
24 373^@24 873^ 
24 50 ©25 00 

24 62}^@25 25 

25 123^©25 75 
24 75 ©25 373^ 
24 50 ©25 12}^ 
24 50 ©25 25 
24 373-^©25 123^ 
24 25 @24 75 


24 55 ©24 65 . . 
24 60 ©24 80 . . 
24 723^© 24 85 . . 
24 773^©24 90 . . 
24 523^©24 75 . . 
24 55 ©24 673^ . . 
24 523^@24 65 . . 
24 62}^©24 723^ . . 
24 55 ©24 70 . . 
24 55 @24 85 . . 
24 75 ©24 873^ . . 

24 82}^@25 15 25 

25 15 ©25 373^ 25 
25 30 @25 60 25 
25 15 ©25 473^ 25 
25 573^@25 80 26 
25 65 ©26 20 26 
25 70 ©25 75 26 
25 20 ©25 55 25 
25 30 ©25 45 25 
25 12}i@25 423^ 25 
24 90 ®25 05 25 


05 ©25 
55 ©25 
573^© 25 
4734©2o 
00 ©26 
20 ©26 
05 ©26 
70 ©25 
70 ©25 
55 ©25 
30 ©25 


35 

60 

70 

75 

20 

55 

12 J^ 

95 

85 

80 

473^ 




15 85 ©16 55 
15 80 ©16 60 

15 95 ©16 85 

16 35 ©17 20^ 
16 60 ©17 25 
16 20 ©16 80 
16 05 ©16 80 
15 95 ©16 70 


25 50 

25 40 ©25 70 
25 573^©25 65 

25 90 ©25 95 

26 17H©26 25 
26 223^@26 473^ 
26 123^® 26 35 

26 573^@26 82}^ 

27 05 ©27 25 

26 75 

26 25 ©26 40 
26 273^@26 40 

25'90"©26'i6" 




15 65 ©16 50 
15 50 ©16 25 
15 50 ®16 25 
15 45 ©16 30- 

15 80 @16 80 

16 25 ©17 05 
16 15 ©16 85 
16 20 ©16 85 
16 25 ©17 10- 
16 50 ©17 50 
16 70 ©17 65 
16 65 ©17 50- 
16 60 ©17 45 
16 00 ©16 80 


25 40 ©27 25 
15 90 ©18 42H 




23 623^@25 75 
14 75 ©17 123^ 


24 523^©26 20 25 
14 50 ©17 073^ 15 


05 @26 55 
07}^© 17 023^ 




15 45 ©17 65 
11 15 ©13 55 



••By action of Directors on February 20, advance of more than 2 cents per bushel in any one day was prohibited. 
•■••By action of Directors on February 21 , a maximum price of 93 cents per bushel was put on February, March, April 
and May Oats. 

♦By action of Directors on February 21, maximum price on May Pork was fixed at $50.55, May Lard at $26,973^ and May 
Ribs at $26.20; also maximum prices on July Lard was fixed at $27.25 and July Ribs at $26.55. 

Also maximum prices on all Deliveries after July, 1918, at $50.55 for Pork, $27.25 for Lard and $26.55 for Ribs. 

Also maximum prices on all Deliveries prior to July, 1918, at $50.55 for Pork, $26,973^ for Lard and $26.20 for Ribs. 



60 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES AT CHICAGO FOR 

spot, and deliverable in succeeding months at 









•WHEAT 








CORN 


a 


No. 2, 

Red, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

Hard, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


No. 1, 

Northern, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 
per bu. 


Contract, 

July, 
per bu. 


Contract, 

Sept., 

per bu. 


Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 


1.. 


2 17 


2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 


2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 










1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @] 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
165 @170 


1 26J^@1 273^ 


2.. 


2 17 










1 263^@1 27 


4.. 


2 17 








1 27 @1 27M 


5.. 


2 17 








1 27»^@1 27K 


6.. 


2 17 








1 27J^@1 27}^ 


7.. 


2 17 








1 27M@1 27}^ 


8.. 


2 17 








1 27}i@l 27?^ 


9,. 


2 17 








1 27Ji@l 27^ 


11.. 


2 17 








1 27M@1 27^ 


12.. 


2 17 








1 27 @1 275^ 


13.. 


2 17 








1 27 @1 2734 


14.. 


2 17 








1 26H@1 27M 


15. 


2 17 








1 25^@1 265^ 


16.. 


2 17 








1 20J^@1 26 


18.. 


2 17 








1 22 @1 251^ 


19.. 


2 17 








1 243^® 1 26 


20., 


2 17 








1 25>^@1 253^ 


21.. 


2 17 








1 25M@1 25M 


22.. 


2 17 








1 253^® 1 263^ 


23,. 


2 17 








1 26 @1 26K 


25,. 


2 17 








1 25J^@1 26 


26., 


2 17 








1 255^® 1 26?^ 


27,. 


2 17 








1 26 @1 263/g 


28,, 


2 17 








1 26J^@1 263^ 


30,. 


2 17 








1 25Ji@l 263^ 














1918 


2 17 

1 84>^@2 08 


2 17 

1 73M@2 11>8 


2 20 

1 83Ji@2 13 




1 


>5H 


1 65 @1 75 
1 02H@1 22 J4 


1 203^@1 273^ 


1917 


1 75Ji@l 98 J^ 


1 51^g@l 685^ 1 41@1 £ 


1 01M@1 19^ 







MESS PORK 




LARD 


1 


Spot. 
per brl. 


May, 
per brl. 


July, 
per brl. 


September, 
per brl. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


Mav, 
per 100 lbs. 


1 , 


$48 50 @49 00 
49 00 @49 50 

48 75 @49 25 

49 00 @49 50 
49 00 @49 50 
49 25 @49 75 
49 25 @49 75 
49 25 @49 75 
49 25 @49 75 
49 25 @49 75 
49 25 @49 75 
49 25 ©49 75 
49 00 @49 50 
48 75 @49 00 

48 75 @49 00 

49 00 ©49 50 
49 00 @49 50 
49 25 @49 75 
49 25 ©49 75 
49 25 @49 75 
49 25 @49 75 
49 50 ©50 00 
49 50 ©50 00 
49 25 ©49 75 
49 25 ©49 75 


$47 80 ©48 10 
47 923'$@48 45 

47 85 ©48 50 

48 30 ©48 50 
48 35 ©48 473^ 
48 50 ©48 75 
48 55 ©48 75 
48 423^©48 75 
48 55 ©48 70 
48 30 ©48 50 
48 40 ©48 573^ 
48 40 ©48 60 
48 15 @48 323^ 
47 65 ©48 30 
47 30 ©47 70 

47 8734@48 50 

48 45 ©48 65 
48 45 ©48 80 
48 75 ©48 80 
48 60 ©48 65 






$26 37H 


$25 87}^ ©26 00 


2.. 






26 473^ 


25 973^@26 123-^ 


4 






26 40 


26 00 ©26 25 


5,. 






26 223^ 


26 173^@26 40 


6.. 






26 22)4 


26 223^©26 323^ 


7.. 






26 323^ 


26 30 ©26 35 


8.. 






26 10 


26 15 ©26 30 


9.. 






26 15 


26 05 ©26 173^ 


11.. 






26 00 


26 00 @26 15 


12.. 






25 773^ 


25 90 ®26 00 


13, 






25 773^ 


25 95 ©26 I2V2 


14,, 






25 70 


25 9734©26 1234 


15., 






25 623^ 


25 90 ©25 973^ 


16 






25 32J^ 


25 623^ ©25 95 


18 , 






25 45 


25 45 ©25 70 


19,, 






26 05 


25 823^@26 10 


20,, 






26 Q1)4 


26 123^@26 25 


21 , 






26 20 


26 15 ©26 35 


22 






26 15 


26 20 @26 30 


23 






26 123^ 


26 173^@26 273/2' 


25 






26 20 


26 15 ©26 27H 


26 , 


48 80 ©48 90 
48 80 ©49 00 
48 40 ©48 50 
47 85 ©48 15 






26 173-^ 


26 25 ©26 323^ 


27 






26 20 


26 30 ©26 323^ 


28 






25 973^ 


26 073^@26 273-^ 


30 






25 723^ 


25 75 @26 00 












1918 


48 50 ©50 00 
32 00 ©35 25 


47 30 ©49 00 
31 75 ©34 80 






25 32>^©26 iVA 
18 45 ©20 30 


25 45 ©26 40 


1917 


31 20 ©34 10 




18 37}^©20 30 



•No trading in futures. Spot prices fixed by the Government. 



61 



THE LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES 

sellers* option as to time during March, 1918 



CORN 


OATS RYE 


BARLEY 


Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 


Contract, 
Sept., 
per bu. 


Contract, 

Dec, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

Sept., 

per bu. 


Contract. 

Dec., 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

Spot 

per bn. 


Spot, 

by Sample, 

per bu. 




* 




.... mVs 
.... 89% 
.... 9034 
.... 913-^ 
...^ nVs 
.... 92% 
.... 9134 
.... 92 
...^ 913^ 
.... 9134 
.... 92 
.... 90 

...■^ my, 

.... 84% 

.... 883^ 

.... 9134 

...... 91 

.... 913^ 

.... 92% 

903^@9034 
...r 90 
.... 91% 

.... 92 

...^ 9214 
.... 89^ 


87%©88 

8734@87M 

875^©88% 

88%©89% 

89%@895^ 

8934©90 

893i@90M 

89?^©90 

89M@90 

883i©8934 

88%©89% 

87M©89% 

86 ©87% 
81%©85M 
81 ©84^ 
84%@86% 
85%©8634 
853۩86% 

87 ©87% 
85}4©87% 
84M@85% 
8534@86% 
8634@87 
86%©87% 
84%©86% 









2 72 ©2 75 
2 75 ©2 76 

2 77 

2 78 ©2 79 
2 84 ©2 85 
2 85 ©2 95 

2 95 

- 2 90 


1 97 2 20 

1 90 2 23 

2 10 2 23^ 

1 72 2 25 

2 00 2 32 
2 10 2 40 
2 05 2 42 
2 15 2 42 


'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'. 















2 89 ©2 91 
2 88 ©2 90 
2 88 ©2 90 
2 88 ©2 90 
2 85 ©2 86 

2 80 

2 80 

2 80 ©2 81 

2 81 

2 83 

2 85 ©2 87 
2 87 ©2 90 
2 87 ©2 91 

2 92 

2 91 ©2 92 
2 92 ©2 92H 
2 90 ©2 92 


2 25 2 43 
2 20 2 38 
2 12 2 33 
2 15 2 28 
2 10 2 20 
2 05 2 12 
1 80 2 05 
1 88 2 00 
1 90 2 02 
1 88 2 10 
1 85 2 12 
1 80 2 11 
1 87 1 90 
1 70 1 90 
1 65 1 93 
1 75 1 97 
1 75 1 97 


i"66j^®ri75^ 


99Ji@li534 


84@9i34 


84%@9234 
55M@623^ 


81 @90M 
56%©62% 


55 ©595^ 


56m@54" 


'.'.'..54" 


2 72 ©2 95 
1 52 ©1 70 


1 65 2 43 
98 1 36 



LARD 


SHORT RIB SIDES 


LIVE HOGS 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


September, 
per 100 lbs 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


May, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


September, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


26 10 ©26 20 ... 
26 20 ©26 3234 . • . 
26 37}4©26 40 ... 
26 2734©26 60 ... 
26 37%©26 4734 .. . 
26 45 ©26 4734 ... 
26 32%@26 40 ... 
26 25 ©26 3734 . ■ . 
26 2234©26 3234 . . . 
26 1234@26 20 ... 
26 25 ©26 3234 . . . 
26 1734©26 3234 . . . 
26 07}4@26 15 ... 
25 77J^©26 1234 .. . 
25 55 ©25 8234 • • • 

25 92J^©26 1734 .. . 

26 1734©26 30 ... 
26 17^©26 3234 . . • 
26 25 ©26 30 ... 
26 1734©26 25 ... 
26 15 ©26 2234 .. . 
26 20 ©26 30 ... 
26 30 ©26 3234 . . . 
26 1234©26 27J^ . 




. . . 24 3734@24 8734 
. . . 24 50 ©25 00 
. . . 24 50 ©25 00 
. . . 24 50 ©25 00 
... 24 25 ©24 75 
... 24 3734@24 87% 
. . . 24 25 ©24 75 
... 24 25 ©24 75 
... 24 12%©24 75 
... 24 00 ©24 62% 
... 24 1234©24 6234 
... 24 1234©24 62% 
... 24 00 ©24 50 
... 23 87%@24 37% 
... 23 8734©24 37% 
... 24 1234©24 62M 
... 24 12%©24 62% 
... 24 25 ©24 75 
... 24 25 ©24 75 
... 24 25 ©24 75 
. . . 24 25 ©24 75 
... 24 25 ©24 75 
... 24 12J^©24 62% 
... 24 00 ©24 50 
... 23 8734©24 37% 


25 00 ©25 17% 
25 10 ©25 27J4 
25 1234 ©25 35 
25 12%©25 30 
25 22%@25 30 
25 30 ©25 37% 
25 17% ©25 37% 
25 0734 ©25 1734 
25 00 ©25 12% 
24 82%@24 97% 
24 87%©24 97% 
24 85 ©25 02% 
24 75 ©24 82% 
24 45 ©24 77% 
24 15 ©24 45 
24 52% ©24 82% 
24 82%@24 97% 
24 85 ©25 07% 
24 95 ©25 05 
24 87%©24 9714 
24 90 ©24 97% 

24 92%@25 00 

25 02%@25 0734 
24 77%©24 97% 
24 45 ©24 60 


25 47% 

25 52%@25 67% 
25 50 @25 70 
25 45 ©25 67% 
25 60 ©25 65 ' 
25 62%©25 75 
25 57%©25 70 
25 47% ©25 55 
25 40 ©25 47% 
25 22%©25 37% 
25 27%©25 35 
25 20 ©25 4234 
25 15 ©25 22% 
24 85 ©25 12% 
24 60 ©24 80 

24 92%@25 17% 

25 20 ©25 30 
25 17%©25 40 
25 30 ©25 40 
25 22%©25 35 
25 30 ©25 32% 
25 30 ©25 37% 
25 42%© 25 47% 
25 15 ©25 3734 
24 80 ©25 05 




15 80 ©16 80 
15 90 ©17 00 
15 70 ©17 00 
15 75 ©16 95 
15 70 ©17 25 

15 85 ©17 65 

16 10 ©17 80 
16 00 ©17 80 
15 85 ©17 80 

15 75 ©17 80 

16 10 ©17 90 
16 10 ©17 95 
16 20 ©17 95 
16 35 ©18 00 
16 00 ©17 75 
16 15 ©18 00 
16 35 ©18 15 
16 40 ©18 15 
16 40 ©17 95 
16 30 ©17 90 
16 15 ©17 75 
16 10 ©17 80 
16 20 ©18 00 
16 10 ©17 90 


25 7234@26 00 ... 




15 50 ©17 45 


25 55 ©26 60 ... 
18 3734@20 40 19 


85"@20'4 


... 23 8734©25 00 
5 16 50 ©18 50 


24 15 ©25 37% 
16 90 ©18 45 


24 60 ©26 75 
16 90 ©18 70 




15 50 ©18 15 
12 95 ©15 55 



r- 



62 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES AT CHICAGO FOR 

spot, and deliverable in succeeding months at 





•WHEAT 


••CORN 


Date 


No. 2. 
Red, 

Spot, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 
Hard, 
Spot, 

per bu. 


No. 1, 

Northern, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 


Contract, 
Cash, 
per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 


1 


2 17 


2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 


2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 








1 65 @1 70 
1 70 @1 75 
1 65 @1 70 
1 65 @1 70 
1 65 @1 70 
I 70 @1 75 
1 70 @I 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 65 @1 70 
1 65 @1 70 
1 65 @1 70 
1 60 @ 1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @,1 65 
1 65 @1 70 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 


1 24l^(ffil 26 


3 


2 17 








1 25M@1 253^ 
1 25Ji@l 26J^ 
1 26M@1 26Ji 
1 2654® 1 26T^ 


4 


2 17 


5 


2 17 








fi 


2 17 


S 


2 17 






1 263^@1 27Ji 
1 27ys@l 27^ 
1 27M@1 27}4 
1 27 ®1 27^^ 


q 


2 17 








in 


2 17 


11 


2 17 






1^ 


2 17 






1 27V^@1 27^ 


13 


2 17 








1 27 ®1 2714: 


15 


2 17 








1 26^(^1 27 V^ 


ifi 


2 17 








1 2674® 1 27!^ 


17 


2 17 






1 26%® 1 27 


18 


2 17 








1 23%® 1 271^ 


1Q 


2 17 








1 26J'g@l 2714 
1 27 ®1 27^ 


?n 


2 17 






?? 


2 17 






1 27 @1 27i^ 


•?.?, 


2 17 








1 2754® 1 27% 


94 


2 17 








1 27!^® 1 27% 


?fl 


2 17 








1 2714® 1 27% 


?R 


2 17 








1 27%® 1 27 14 
1 2714®! 27 J^ 


?7 


2 17 








?a 


2 17 








1 21\i0i\ 27i4 


30 


2 17 








1 27JX@1 ilVi 














1918 


2 17 

2 07J^@3 04 


2 17 

1 06i^@2 mi 


2 20 

2 0.5}^@2 95% 








1 60 @1 75 
1 23 @1 60 


1 24K®1 27?^ 


1917 


1 95i^@2 7934 


1 64^@2 36 


1 41 2 60 


1 18%@1 54 J4 



Date 



1. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
29. 
30. 



1918 
1917 



MESS PORK 



Spot, 
per brl. 



.?48 25 
49 50 
49 00 

48 75 

49 00 

48 75 

49 00 
49 00 
48 75 
48 75 

48 75 

49 00 
49 00 
48 50 
48 50 
48 50 
48 50 
48 25 
48 50 
48 50 
48 25 
48 50 
47 25 
46 25 
45 35 



@48 75 
@49 75 
®49 50 
@49 25 
@49 50 
@49 25 
@49 50 
@49 50 
@49 25 
@49 25 
@49 25 
®49 50 
©49 50 
©49 00 
©49 00 
@49 00 
©49 00 
©48 75 
©49 00 
©49 00 
©48 75 
©49 00 
©47 50 
©46 50 
©45 60 



45 35 
35 00 



©49 25 
©39 00 



May, 
per brl. 



S47 47i^®47 

47 70 ©48 

48 00 ©48 
47 57>^©48 



47 85 



48 00 
48 15 
47 85 
47 75 
47 70 



©48 
48 
©48 
©48 
©48 
©48 
©47 



47 82^©48 
47 80 ©47 
47 40 
47 25 
47 25 
47 20 
47 00 
47 20 
47 35 
47 20 
47 15 
47 20 
46 20 
45 20 



©47 
©47 
©47 
©47 
©47 
©47 
©47 
©47 
©47 
©46 
©45 



70 

40 

20 

00 

00 

00 

05 

40 

40 

00 

85 

05 

90 

0734 

50 

60 

50 

30 

45 

55 

473^ 

50 

45 

50 

50 



45 20 
34 75 



©48 40 
©39 05 



July, 
per brl. 



47 15 
46 95 
46 75 
46 50 
45 50 
44 75© 



©47 40 
©47 10 
©46 95 
©46 85 
©46 50 
45 45 



44 75 ©47 40 
33 55 ©39 15 



September, 
per brl. 



J.ARD 



37 00 



Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 



25 10 



24 80 



. 25 75 

. 25 90 

. 25 70 

. 25 45 

. 25 60 

. 25 65 

. 25 70 

. 25 90 

. 25 80 

. 25 mi 

. 25 50 

. 25 57M 

. 25 50 

. 25 32J^ 

©25 123^ 

. 25 05 

©24 82"^ 

. 24 65 

. 25 05 

. 24 771^ 

. 24 75 

. 24 721-^ 

. 24 70 

. 24 55 

. 24 55 



24 55 ©25 90 
20 27H©21 97}^ 



Mav 
per 109 lbs. 



S25 60 ©25 85 
25 87J^@26 07^^ 
25 77;,i©25 95 
25 52}4@25 70 
25 67i/i@25 70 
25 62%@25 721^ 
25 75 ©25 80 
25 85 ©26 00 



25 65 ©25 75 
25 55 ©25 70 
25 55 ©25 70 
25 55 ©25 621;^ 
25 373^©25 70 
25 12}^©25 40 
25 00 ©25 15 
24 &7yo@2o 20 
24 65 ©24 871^ 
24 77H©25 15 
24 82H@25 073^ 
24 77H©24 923^ 
24 75 ©24 85 
24 70 ©24 823^ 
24 473^©24 75 
24 423^@24 65 



24 423^©26 073^ 
19 95 ©21 95 



•No trading in futures. Spot orices fixed by the Government. 
••On July 11, 1917, the Board of Directors prohibited members from entering into any contracts for corn, by grade alone, 
for delivery during any month in the year 1918, at a price in excess of $1.28 per bushel. 

At the regular meeting of the Board of Directors, held today (April 9, 1918), this action of July 11, 1917, was rescinded, so 
far as contracts for corn in store by grade alone, entered into on and after April 11, 1918, for delivery on and after June 1, 1918, 
are affected. 



63 



THE LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES 

sellers' option as to time during April, 1918 



••CORN 



Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

December, 

per bu. 



OATS 



Contract, 
Cash, 
per bu. 



Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

July, 
per bu. 



Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 



RYE 



No. 2, 

Cash, 

Fresh receipts, 

per b»r: 



BARLEY 



Spot. 

by Sample, 

per bu. 



893i 
89J^ 






1 50 ©1 57K 
1 53}4@1 57 
1 50^@1 53?^ 
1 483i©l 50M 
1 47 ©1 4934 
1 45 ©1 AlVi 



43J^@1 47^ 
423^©! 44^-4" 
45 ©1 45 J^ 
45 ©1 47^ 
46}^© 1 4934 

48M©1 50M 
1 493^@1 50H 
1 51}^@1 533/8 
1 48J^@1 52>^ 
1 49 ©1 51 



1 17i4@l 4S34 



90M 

8934 

903^ 

90 

883^ 

88 

88^ 

8734 

89M 

863^ 

8734 

88 

9&ys 

89K 

8834 

873^ 

87^.^ 

851^ 

8234 

8O34 



8334©&334 

8434©85^ 

843.^©85J^ 

84^©85?4 

' 34@8534 

8534©86?4 

86i^@86>i 

863^©87i4 

86 ©8734 

85 ©8634 

83^@85M 

833^©84% 

8334©84i4 

8234©84 

823^©845^ 

81^©83M 

827^@8374 

83 ©84^ 

83j^©85 

8334@8.5^ 

83i4@843^ 

8334©84^^ 

8034©83>g 

793>^@82 

79 @81 



72 ©743^ 

73 ©743^ 
7234©743^ 
7354©743-^ 
73i/^@74H 
73^©75i4 
74^@7534 
7334@743^ 
743^©75 
73 ©74^ 
7234@74 
71}^@7334 



2 85 ©2 87 

2 82 

2'803^@2 82 

2 80 @2 82 

2 80 

2 80 

2 75 

©2 67 
©2 67 
©2 66 
©2 64 
2 60 



2 65 
2 65 
2 65 
2 63 



2 40 
2 40 



2 52 



50 



60 



60 



©2 50 
©2 50 

2 52 
©2 .55 

2 55 

2 50 
©2 52 

2 55 
©2 65 

2 60 
©2 65 

2 62 



80 

75 

80 

75 

70 

75 

1 40 

1 70 

1 65 

1 55 

1 65 

1 50 

1 65 

1 60 

1 53 

1 67 

1 62 

1 48 

1 45 

1 65 

1 73 

1 65 

1 65 

1 68 

1 63 



©1 95 
©198 
©193 
©192 
©190 
©1 90 
©1 80 
©1 78 
©1 75 
©1 78 
©1 76 
©1 76 
©1 75 
©176^ 
©1 76 
©1 70 
©1 76 
©1 78 
©1 80 
©1 83 
©1 85 
©185 
©1 86 
©1 84 
©1 79 



1 lo^@ 1 40 



80M©903^ 79 ©873-4 713/^©75i4 
90 m 02H 63^@7m 0234@723,'i 59 ©6834 



2 40 
5334@593^ 1 68 



©2 87 
©2 05 



1 40 
1 10 



©1 98 
©1 62 



LARD 


SHORT RIB SIDES 


• LIVE HOGS 


Julv 
per 100 lbs. 


September, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


May, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


September, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


25 65 ©25 95 
25 973^©26 25 

25 05 ©26 20 

26 25 ©26 00 
26 Ob!3^©26 1234 
26 00 ©26 1734 
26 10 ©26 17M 
26 1734@26 3234 
26 20 ©26 3234 
25 97J4@26 10 
25 90 ©26 00 
25 85 ©26 05 
25 85 ©25 9734 
25 6234@26 05 
25 37^©25 70 
25 30 ©25 45 
25 15 ©25 473-2 

24 95 ©25 20 

25 023^©25 50 
25 1734©25 3734 
25 15 ©25 30 
25 17}4@25 2234 
25 10 ©25 2234 
24 8234@25 15 
24 7534©25 0234 




. . 23 75 ©24 25 
. . 23 873^© 24 373^ 
. . 23 75 ©24 25 
. . 23 623^©24 123^ 
. . 23 75 ©24 25 
. . 23 75 ©24 25 
. . 23 75 ©24 25 
. . 23 873^@24 3734 
. . 23 75 ©24 25 
. . 23 6734©24 1234 
. . 23 50 ©24 00 
. . 23 50 ©24 00 
.. 23 00 ©23 50 
. . 22 75 ©23 25 
. . 22 25 ©22 75 
. . 22 62}4@23 1234 
. . 22 25 ©22 75 
. . 22 123^@22 62K 
. . 22 62}4©23 1234 
. . 22 123^@22 6234 
. . 22 123^@22 6234 
. . 22 12^@22 623^ 
. . 22 20 ©22 80 
. . 22 05 ©22 65 
. . 22 123^@22 7234 


24 173^©24 50 
24 35 ©24 55 
24 273^©24 4234 
24 05 ©24 25 
24 10 ©24 3234 
24 1234© 24 27J4 
24 25 ©24 30 
24 30 ©24 5234 
24 35 ©24 50 
24 17}4©24 20 
24 05 ©24 17 J4 
23 9734@24 1234 
23 95 ©24 05 
23 7234©24 15 
23 2734@23 75 
23 223-^©23 40 
23 023^@23 35 
22 6734 ©23 00 
22 8734©23 273^ 
22 80 ©23 0734 
22 67>^©22 85 
22 70 ©22 75 
22 65 ©22 70 
22 35 ©22 67 J4 
22 55 ©22 623-^ 


24 60 ©24 80 
24 75 ©25 00 
24 77J4@24 9234 
24 55 ©24 75 
24 57J4©24 85 
24 623^©24 75 
24 7234@24 773^ 
24 7734© 25 00 
24 823^@25 0234 
24 65 ©24 723^ 
24 52J4@24 70 " 
24 45 ©24 60 
24 45 ©24 55 
24 10 ©24 62J^ 
23 75 ©24 173^ 
23 65 ©23 8734 
23 50 ©23 8734 
23 1734©23 50 
23 3734©23 7734 
23 35 ©23 60 
23 2734@23 4234 
23 2734©23 35 
23 2234© 23 3234 

22 90 ©23 35 

23 1234@23 25 




15 65 ©17 65 

16 20 ©18 00 
16 35 ©18 00 
16 25 ©17 80 
16 20 ©17 80 
16 00 ©17 75 
16 00 ©17 75 
16 20 ©17 85 
16 45 ©18 00 
16 30 ©17 85 
16 40 ©18 00 
16 25 ©17 85 
16 26 ©17 90 
16 40 ©18 05 
16 40 ©17 85 
16 25 ©17 85 
16 25 ©17 90 
16 15 ©17 85 
16 00 ©17 70 
15 90 ©17 60 
15 80 ©17 60 

15 85 ©17 60 

16 00 ©17 75 
16 10 ©17 80 
16 00 ©17 80 


24 75 @26 3234 
20 1234©22 10 


20 25"© 22 2( 


. . 22 05 ©24 3734 
) 18 00 ©20 75 


22 35 ©24 55 
18 20 ©20 7234 


22 90 ©25 0234 
18 45 ©20 9734 


i8'96"@2i 0234 


15 65 ©18 05 
14 65 ©16 50 



••On July 11, 1917, the Board of Directors prohibited members from entering into any contracts for corn, by grade alone, 
for delivery during any month in the year 1918, at a price in excess of $1.28 per bushel. 

At the regular meeting of the Board of Directors, held today (April 9, 1918), this action of July 11, 1917, was rescinded, so 
far as contracts for com in store by grade alone, entered into on and after April 11, 1918, for delivery on and after June 1, 1918, 
are affected. 



64 
DAILY CURRENT PRICES AT CHICAGO FOR 

spot, and deliverable in succeeding months at 



S 



•WHEAT 



No. 2, 

Red, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



No. 2, 

Hard, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



No. 1, 

Northern, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 



CORN 



Contract, 

Spot, 
per bu. 



•"A-Contract, 
May, 
per bu. 



1. 



■|- 



.3.. 

4.. 

6.. 

7.. 

8.. 

9., 
10.. 
11.. 
13.. 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 
17.. 
18.. 
20.. 
21.. 
22.. 
23.. 
24.. 
25.. 
27.. 
28.. 
29.. 
31.. 



.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 

.... 2 17 
2 61 @3 43 



.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 

.... 2 20 
2 58 @3 40 



1 60 
1 60 
1 65 
1 60 
1 60 
1 60 
1 60 
1 60 



60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
1 60 
1 60 



1 50 



@1 65 

@1 65 
@1 70 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
(SJl 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
@1 65 
<Bl 65 
@1 65 
@1 75 
@1 65 
@1 55 



1 27Ji@l 27?^ 
1 27Ji@l 21% 
1 27i^@l 273^ 
1 27^@1 273^ 
1 27^@1 275^ 
1 27?^@1 21H 
1 273^@1 21]^ 
1 27J^@1 27% 
1 27J^@1 27% 
1 27i^@l 27^ 
1 27^@1 27M 
1 275^@1 27J^ 
1 27M@1 27^ 
1 21%@\ 27J^ 
1 273/i@l 2VA 
1 27M@1 27% 
1 27J4@1 27^ 

1 27% 

* 



1918! 

1917 2 61 



. 2 17 
@3 45 



2 55 @3 25 



1 93K@2 75 



1 79 @2 46 



1 50 
H 52 



@1 70 
@1 74 



1 27>^@1 27>| 
' 45 @1 62 





.MESS PORK 


LARD 


Q 


Spot, 
per bri. 


July, 
per brI. 


September, 
per brl. 


October, 
per brl. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


1 


45 75 @46 00 
45 20 @45 45 

45 90 @46 15 

46 00 @46 25 
45 60 @45 85 

45 50 @45 75 

46 00 @46 25 
45 90 @46 15 
45 20 @45 65 
44 70 @44 95 
44 25 @44 50 
43 25 @43 50 
42 25 @42 50 

42 00 


45 40 @45 75 
45 00 @45 323^ 

45 60 @46 00 

46 05 @46 50 
45 90 @46 25 

45 80 @45 92J^2 

46 00 @46 50 
46 35 @46 47J4 
45 65 @45 75 
45 15 @45 60 
44 60 @45 00 
43 85 @44 85 
42 85 @43 42J^ 
42 15 @43 40 
41 90 @42 85 






.... 24 72M 


24 92J^@25 25 


2 






24 82M@24 87M 

25 32i^@25 37V^ 
25 571^ @25 62 J^ 
25 35 @25 37i.'2' 
25 22V^@25 25 
25 42H@25 45 
25 37H@25 40 
25 17H@25 27>.; 
24 77}^@24 87 J^ 
24 82;^@24 871^ 
24 32i/^@24 Z7V2 
24 62H@24 65 

24 50 


24 95 @25 20 


3 






25 35 @25 70 


4 






25 70 @26 10 


6 






25 67H@25 90 


7 






25 55 @25 72J4 


8 






25 62U@25 nV> 


9 






25 75 @25 97}^ 


10 






25 65 @25 87J4 


11 




... .... 


25 25 @25 55 


13 






25 00 @25 273^ 


14 






24 75 @25 15 


15 






24 40 @25 07H 


16 






24 52H@25 05 
24 62i^@24 87K 


17 


41 80 






24 60 


18 


42 00 






24 65 


24 87H@25 00 


?0 


. 42 30 


42 45 @42 97H 
42 32i-i^@42 52J^ 
42 25 @42 30 
41 70 @42 15 
40 70 @41 50 
40 50 @41 10 
40 15 ©40 60 
39 80 @40 40 
39 20 @40 00 
39 40 ©39 90 






24 82i/^@24 87M 
24 27i^@24 65 
24 25 @24 621.^ 
24 10 @24 50 
24 00 


24 75 ©25 07J^ 


21. 


42 00 






24 65 ©24 85 


92 


41 95 






24 62H@24 80 


'>3 


41 50 






24 50 ©24 70 


24 


40 50 






24 20 ©24 55 


•'5 


40 50 






24 00 


24 023^ @24 30 


97 


40 47J^ 






23 95 @24 0214 
23 72J4 


23 95 @24 323^ 
23 923^@24 20 


98 


. . 40 10 






29 


39 .50 






23 67}^ 


23 72>^@24 05 
23 75 ©24 15 


31 


39 85 






23 70 














1918 


39 50 @46 25 
37 00 @39 55 


39 20 @46 50 
36 40 @39 75 






23 67>^@25 62H 
21 05 @22 771-^ 


23 72}^©26 10 


1917 


37 05 @39 65 




21 123^@23 02>$ 



•Price fixed by the Government. 
• •On the 2Ist trading was suspended by order of the directors and the settlement price fixed at $1.28. 



65 
THE LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers' option as to time, during May, 1918. 



CORN 



Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 



1 453^@1 
1 443i@l 
1 46H@1 
1 473^@1 
1 4834@1 
1 45J^®1 
1 4434© 1 
1 46M©1 
1 45}^©1 
1 42^©1 
1 42}^@1 
1 43^©1 
1 41J^©1 
1 413^@1 
1 403۩1 
1 40M@1 
1 40M©1 
1 42?^@1 
1 4134©! 

1 zmm 

1 393^©1 
1 39^@1 
1 3734@1 

1 zmm 

1 34M@1 
1 31M@1 



48?^ 
47M 



49J^ 
483i 

47 

47M 

^VA 

iWi 

453i 

45^ 

44 

44^ 

423^ 

423^ 

43^ 

44M 

42 }4 

42^ 

40>^ 

423i 

39^-,' 

38Ji 

37 

35M 



1 313^@1 4934 
1 353^@1 603^ 



Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

December, 

per bu. 



OATS 



Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



.. 78 

.. 79J^ 

.. 78J^ 

.. 75^ 

.. 733^ 

.. 73J^ 

.. 75^ 

.. 743^ 

.. ^m 

.. 75 

.. 74J^ 

.. 75^ 

.. 753^ 

.. raVi 

.. 763i 

.. 78 

.. 783^ 

.. 76Ji 

.. 753^ 

. 751^ 

,. 753-8 

. 743^ 

. 745^ 

. 753^ 

72 ©743.^ 



Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 



y3 



1 2234©1 603<|91 @1 13 



nvsmm 

75M@78M 

76M©79 

77M©78^ 

74^@773^ 

725^@753^ 

713^©74^ 

74ii©76 

743^ ©76M 

72J^@73M 

72 ©75 

74M@763^ 

74 ©753^ 
753i©76^ 

75 ©75 M 
753^@763^ 
7QH®7SVs 
78 ©793^ 

76 3^ ©79 
74M@76^ 
74i4©755^ 
75i^@76 
743^©753^ 
74 ©753^ 
743^©75^ 
72 ©753^ 



2 ©793^ 
59 3^ ©74 



683^©71K 

673'l@69^ 

6834©70M 

683^©693i 

66M@68J^ 

66i4@673^ 

6534©67^ 

67J^©68H 
-'- 1 " 



66 ©733^ 



Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 



64^ ©66 

6574@67^ 

65Vsm7H 
653^©66i^ 
663^©673^ 



6734 ©68% 
66J^©67J< 
66 ©675^ 
653^©66^ 
65M@673^ 
653^@66M 
65?<©66J^ 
66M@66M 
63J^@66 



Contract, 

Sept., 

per bu. 



63Ji©71>i! 

55}^@73J4i49i^@64 



Contract, 

Dec., 

per bu. 



1 80 
513^©55T^!2 00 



RYE 



No. 2, 

Spot, 

Fresh receipts, 

perbu. 



2 50 
2 45 



2 17 



2 00 
2 00 



2 05 



00 
90 



. 2 60 

. 2 57 

. 2 57 

. 2 52 

@2 57 

©2 50 

. 2 10 

©2 30 

. 2 25 

. 2 15 

©2 10 

©2 05 

. 2 00 

©2 02 

©2 02 

. 2 00 

©2 10 

. 2 05 

. 2 05 

. 2 05 

. 2 05 

©2 02 

©1 95 

. 1 91 

. 1 90 

. 1 80 



@2 60 
©2 40 



BARLEY 



Spot, 

By &imple, 

per bu. 



1 58 

1 58 

1 60 

1 52 

1 50 

1 50 

1 58 

1 45 

52 

30 

28 

25 

31 

25 



1 38 



1 00 



©1 76 
©1 77 
©1 75 
©1 76 
©1 72 
©1 70 
©1 67 
©1 64 
©1 58 
@1 53 
©1 50 
©1 42 
©1 45 
©1 46 
©1 47 
©1 49 
©1 50 
©1 52 
©1 51 
©1 51 
©1 50 
©1 46 
@1 46 
©1 30 
©1 25. 
©1 23 



1 00 
1 39 



©1 77 
©1 65 



LARD 


SHORT RIB SIDES 


LIV'E HOGS 


September, 
per 100 lbs. 


October, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


September, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 






22 25 ©22 85 
22 123^@22 77M 

22 67H@23 27}^ 

23 00 ©23 65 
22 90 @23 50 

22 95 ©23 55 

23 25 @23 85 
23 20 ©23 SO 
23 15 ©23 75 
22 823^ ©23 4234 
22 75 ©23 35 
22 3734 ©23 00 
22 30 ©22 90 
21 95 ©22 55 

21 85 ©22 45 

22 15 ©22 75 
22 15 ©22 75 
22 00 ©22 6234 
22 00 ©22 6234 
21 80 ©22 40 
21 45 ©22 05 
21 30 ©21 90 
21 30 ©21 90 
20 95 ©21 55 

20 65 ©21 25 

21 10 ©21 70 


23 2234 @23 7234 
23 27J^©23 47H 
23 50 ©23 92J^ 

23 95 ©24 40 

24 0734 ©24 25 
24 00 ©24 1734 
24 15 ©24 55 
24 35 ©24 60 
24 25 ©24 47}^ 
23 9234@24 15 
23 65 ©23 873^ 
23 3734©23 80 
23 10 ©23 50 
22 80 ©23 mi 
22 6234 ©22 97 J^ 
22 85 ©23 10 
22 87J^@23 20 
22 7734@23 00 
22 7234 ©22 90 
22 50 ©22 70 
22 10 ©22 55 
21 8734 ©22 20 
21 85 ©22 05 
21 5234 ©22 00 
21 3234 ©21 65 
21 35 ©21 llYi 


23 85 


16 10 ©17 83 








15 90 ©17 55 


26 023^ 






15 95 ©17 65 








16 05 ©17 75 








16 15 @17 85 


25 95 ©26 00 




"24'85"@25'i5 "■ 
24 85 ©24 9234 
24 723^©24 85 
24 40 ©24 60 
24 12}4©24 323-g 
23 8234 ©24 2234 
23 62^; ©24 00 
23 30 ©23 90 
23 1734 ©23 4234 
23 40 ©23 60 
23 4234 ©23 75 
23 3234@23 40 
23 25 ©23 40 
23 05 ©23 2234 
22 6234 ©23 05 
22 3734 ©22 70 
22 30 ©22 5234 
22 00 ©22 45 
21 8234 ©22 00 
21 80 ©22 2234 


16 20 ©18 00 


26 123^©26 15 




16 55 ©18 15 


26 10 ©26 15 




16 70 ©18 10 


25 923^ ©26 00 
25 60 ©25 80 




16 80 ©18 30 
16 25 ©18 15 


25 35 ©25 523^ 




16 25 ©17 85 


25 02}^ ©25 423^ 




16 25 ©17 85 


24 70 ©25 3734 




16 10 ©17 60 


24 973^ ©25 40 




16 00 ©17 55 


24 97H@25 20 




16 25 ©17 80 


25 223^@25 35 




16 25 ©17 80 


25 073^ ©25 40 




16 40 ©17 90 


24 95 ©25 15 





16 40 ©17 90 
16 80 ©17 95 


24 95 ©25 10 




24 82J^@24 97}^ 




16 40 ©17 85 


24 50 ©24 80 




16 20 ©17 65 


24 32H©24 45 




16 10 ©17 65 
16 00 ©17 40 
15 65 ©17 05 


24 35 ©24 55 




24 20 ©24 4734 




23 973^ ©24 30 




15 45 ©17 00 


23 973^ ©24 35 




15 35 ©16 70 






23 971^ ©26 15 




20 65 ©23 85 
19 75 ©21 25 


21 ^lYi@^ 60 
19 85 ©21 2734 


21 80 ©25 15 
20 05 ©21 40 


15 35 ©18 30 
14 90 ©16 65 


21 27}^ ©23 15 









66 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES AT CHICAGO FOR 

spot, and deliverable in succeeding months at 





•WHEAT 


CORN 




No. 2, 

Red, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

Hard, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


No. 1, 

Northern, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

Spot, 
per bu. 


Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 


1 


2 17 


2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 

2 17 


2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 






1 50 @1 55 
1 50 @1 55 
1 50 @1 50 
1 50 @1 55 
1 50 fel 55 
1 50 @1 55 
1 50 @1 55 
1 50 @1 55 
1 50 @1 55 
1 60 @1 65 
1 00 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 GO @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @.l 65 
1 60 @1 65 
1 60 @1 65 


1 32}^@1 34?^ 
1 30^@1 33^ 
1 31 @1 ZZVs 
1 32^@1 34M 
1 31J^@1 Zb}4 
1 343^@1 ZJVs 
1 36J^@1 38^ 
1 36^(3,1 40}^ 
1 38}^@1 42^ 
1 41 @1 45>i 
1 43J/2@1 46^^ 
1 41}^@1 iAVs 
1 42H@1 46M 
1 45i4@l 471^ 
1 43M@1 46}^ 
1 43J^@1 46M 
1 42 @1 453/8 
1 40M@1 441^ 
1 423^@1 45 
1 43i^@l 46 
1 42M@1 445^ 
1 445^@1 461^ 
1 45J-^@1 47^ 
1 46J^@1 48M 
1 47M@1 48^ 




3 


2 17 












4 


2 17 








5 


2 17 




6 


2 17 








7 


2 17 








8 


2 17 








10 


2 17 




11 


2 17 








1? 


2 17 








13 


2 17 








14 


2 17 








15 


2 17 








17 


2 17 








18 


2 17 








19 


2 17 








?0 


2 17 








n 


2 17 




n 


2 17 








'?A 


2 17 








?5 


2 17 








afi 


2 17 








?7 


2 17 








?8 


2 17 








?9 


2 17 










1918 


2 17 

2 24 @3 07 


2 17 1 2 20 






1 50 @1 65 
1 58 @1 76 


1 30^@1 48Ji 
1 36M@1 59 




1917 


2 27 @3 07 


2 49 @3 10 


i 93 ®2 40 


1 75 @2 ii 


i 24}4@i 525^ 





MESS PORK 


LARD 


a 


Spot, 
per brl. 


July, 
per or). 


September, 
per brl. 


October, 
per brl. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


1 


40 35 

40 75 

41 15 

41 30 

4130 

41 70 

41 15 

40 85 

40 70 

41 25 

41 30 

41 25 

41 85 

42 70 

42 15 

42 75 

41 80 

42 45 

42 45 

42 50 

43 00 

43 25 


40 20 
40 55 

40 20 

41 05 
41 30 
41 70 


@40 45 
@41 30 
@41 15 
@41 60 
@41 50 
@41 80 


40 50 


@40 60 




23 97J^ 


24 15 ©24 25 


3 




24 071^ 


24 17J^@24 65 


4 






24 25 


24 15 ©24 50 


5 


41 50 
41 50 
41 50 


©41 85 
©41 70 
©41 90 




24 07J^ 


24 22i^©24 52}^ 


6 




24 02M 


24 25 ©24 523^ 


7 




. 24 223^ 


24 30 ©24 50 


8 




23 921/^ 


24 173^@24 523^ 


10 






'@40'75" 
@41 30 
@41 40 
@41 50 
@41 90 

'@42'25" 
@42 85 
@41 90 
@42 45 


4i 25 

40 95 

41 25 
41 30 


©41 30 
©41 20 
©41 75 
©41 75 
. 41 50 
©42 10 
©43 10 
©43 15 
©43 65 
©42 40 
©42 80 




23 95 


24 10 ©24 25 


11 


40 50 

41 00 

40 70 

41 25 
41 30 




23 87J-2 


24 00 ©24 123^ 


12 




23 95 


24 10 ©24 25 


13 




24 021^ 


24 10 @24 323^ 


14 




23 92>^ 


24 12H 


15 


42 00 
42 85 
42 65 
42 70 
42 30 
42 15 




24 32M 


24 15 ©24 523^ 


17 




24 65 


24 573^ ©24 90 


18 


42 15 
42 50 

41 80 

42 25 




24 12)4 


24 85 ©25 05 


19 




24 95 


24 90 ©25 25 


20 




24 50 


24 70 ©25 10 


?1 




24 85 


24 70 ©25 10 


22 




24 97J^ 


25 00 ©25 20 


24 




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




24 95 


25 10 ©25 25 


25 


42 75 


©43 15 
. 43 25 
@43 45 
@43 55 
©44 00 


43 25 
43 40 


©43 55 
©43 50 




25 12K 


25 25 ©25 35 


26 




25 32^@25 35 
25 25 


25 373^ ©25 55 


27 


43 35 

43 55 

43 80 


43 25 
43 40 
43 80 




25 373^ ©25 65 


28 


43 60 
43 90 


©43 75 
©43 9214 




... . 25 Z2]4 


25 30 ©25 60 


29 




25 35 


25 50 ©25 573^ 










1918 
1917 


40 35 @43 80 
37 75 @40 10 


40 20 
37 .55 


@44 00 
©40 10 


40 50 
37 60 


©43 923-'; 
©40 35 


"38 52i^@38'.57^ 


23 9,Ty2@2b 35 
20 70 ©21 673^ 


24 00 ©25 65 
20 70 ©21 75 



• Prices fi.xed by the government. 



67 



THE LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES 

sellers' option as to time during June, 1918 



CORN 


OATS 


RYE 


BARLEY 


Contract, 

December, 

per bu. 


Contract, 
May, 
per bu. 


Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

December, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

Spot 

per bu. 


Spot. 

by sample, 

per bu. 






71 

72 

73J^ 

733^ 

743^ 

. . 743^ 


d4^@65J^ 
W-i@mA 
653^©67M 
66M©67M 
657^©67^ 

mMmm 

66^@67M 
663^©685^ 
67M@70J^ 
69J^@71^ 
693^ ©7 IK 
693^©70i4 
69J^©723^ 
71 ©721^ 
713^@72J^ 

71^@73M 

71}^@73 

70J'^©723^ 

nVs@72H 

7VAm2Vs 

71 ©71 3^ 

713^©725^ 

7234@73 

72ys®73V8 

72H@nVs 









...... 1 75 

1 60 ©1 65 

1 70 

1 73 


1 12 ©1 25 
1 08 ©1 26 
1 10 ©1 30 
1 15 ©1 30 






. . i 90 


1 15 ©1 40 
1 32 ©1 43 






73 

753^ 

nV2 

783^ 

763^ 

77 

773^ 

773^ 

"IVs 

78>^ 




2 00 


1 40 ©1 50 






1 90 

'.'.'.'.'.'. i'96" 

1 90 

1 98 ©2 00 

1 95 

1 96 ©1 98 

1 98 

197 

1 97 

1 97 ©1 98 

195 

185 

1 75 

1 75 

1 75 

1 73 ©1 75 
1 74 ©1 75 


1 12 ©1 50 
1 10 ©1 42 
1 20 ©1 31 
1 10 ©1 28 
1 12 ©1 35 
1 15 ©1 35 
1 00 ©1 35 
1 10 ©1 35 
1 25 ©1 35 
1 25 ©1 29 






79^ 

79M 

im 

7774 

77M 

79^ 

80,^ 

80 


1 10 @1 28 
1 10 ©1 24 
1 10 ©1 16 
95 ©1 16 
1 02 ©1 18 
1 10 ©1 19 
1 07 ©1 17 
1 17 


02"@i'i6" 


i'6fi^©i'i.5" 


71 ©805^1 643^@73M 
62 ©69 1 563^@663^ 


'mAmdH 


"5lk@57J^ 




1 60 ©2 00 

2 34 ©2 45 


95 ©1 50 

96 ©1 52 



LARD 


SHORT RIB SIDES 


LIVE HOGS 


September, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


September, 
per 100 lbs. 


October, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


24 40 ©24 45 
24 35 ©24 75 
24 40 ©24 70 
24 473^©24 723^ 
24 45 ©24 75 
24 55 ©24 70 
24 37}^@24 nVi 
"iA 323^@24 52J^ 
24 173^ ©24 35 
24 30 ©24 45 
24 40 @24 55 
24 VM@,'iA 52)4 
24 473^ ©24 77K 

24 85 ©25 20 

25 10 ©25 30 
25 15 ©25 i7H 
24 873^@25 27H 

24 90 ©25 30 

25 20 ©25 35 
25 323^©25 45 
25 473^ ©25 55 
25 60 ©25 75 
25 55 ©25 80 
25 623^©25 80 
25 75 ©25 80 


21 35 ©21 95 
21 50 ©22 10 

21 75 ©22 25 

22 00 ©22 50 

21 823^©22 423^ 

22 00 ©22 60 
21 673^@22 27J^ 
21 72J^@22 323^ 
21 673^©22 27J^ 
21 85 ©22 45 
21 92i^©22 523^ 

21 8234@22 423^ 

22 30 ©22 90 
22 55 ©23 15 
22 35 ©22 95 
22 60 ©23 20 
22 10 ©22 65 
22 40 ©23 00 
22 373^©22 973^ 
22 423^ ©23 023^ 
22 60 ©23 20 
22 80 ©23 40 
22 85 ©23 45 
22 90 ©23 50 
22 90 @23 50 


21 72J^©21 95 
21 923^@22 273^ 

21 85 ©22 25 

22 25 ©22 47}^ 
22 223^ ©22 50 
22 30 ©22 523^ 
22 17}^@22 523^ 
22 15 ©22 35 
22 023^@22 17J^ 
22 17K@22 35 
22 223^@22 50 
22 323^©22 45 
22 55 ©22 80 
22 85 ©23 10 

22 85 ©23 00 

23 00 ©23 17^ 
22 60 ©22 923^ 
22 65 ©22 923^ 
22 80 ©22 90 

22 92K@23 00 

23 05 ©23 123^ 
23 25 ©23 35 
23 30 ©23 473^ 
23 35 ©23 45 
23 40 ©23 47}^ 


22 123^©22 423^ 
22 40 ©22 723^ 
22 35 ©22 75 
22 723^©22 923^ 
22 70 ©22 973^ 
22 773^©22 90 
22 60 ©22 923^ 
22 55 ©22 7234 
22 40 ©22 65 
22 60 ©22 77M 
22 62K©22 90 
22 72i^@22 8734 

22 80 ©23 25 

23 32K©23 60 
23 3234 ©23 5234 
23 25 ©23 6234 
23 0734 ©23 4734 
23 10 ©23 42J^ 
23 30 ©23 40 
23 3234 ©23 4734 
23 50 ©23 6734 
23 80 ©23 92J^ 
23 8734 ©24 05 
23 873i©24 0234 
23 95 ©24 05 




15 30 ©16 65 
15 40 ©16 95 
15 60 ©17 10 
15 65 ©17 25 
15 40 ©17 10 
15 60 ©17 35 
15 45 ©17 15 
15 35 ©16 95 
15 35 ©16 85 
15 40 ©16 80 
15 45 ©16 65 
15 40 ©16 65 
15 60 ©16 25 
15 70 ©16 90 
15 90' ©17 05 
15 80 ©17 00 
15 50 ©16 65 
15 50 ©16 60 
15 35 ©16 40 
15 25 ©16 45 
15 50 ©16 75 
15 85 ©16 95 
15 85 ©17 10 
15 90 ©17 15 
15 90 ©17 15 


24 173^©25 80 
20 97^@21 923^ 


21 35 ©23 50 
20 30 ©22 00 


21 72J^@23 47}^ 
20 55 ©21 95 


22 1234©24 05 
20 70 ©22 073^ 




15 25 ©17 35 
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68 
DAILY CURRENT PRICES AT CHICAGO FOR 

spot, and deliverable in succeeding months at 









WHEAT 








CORN 




0) 


No. 2 

Red, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


No. 2 
Hard. 
Spot, 
per bu. 


No.l 

Northern, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract 

July, 

per bu. 


Contract 
Sept., 
per bu. 


Contract 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract 

July, 
per bu. 


Contract 

Sept., 

per bu. 


I.. 

9 












1 60 ©1 65 
1 60 ©1 65 
1 60 ©1 65 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 70 ©1 75 
1 70 ©1 75 
1 70 ©1 75 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 60 ©1 65 
1 55 ©1 60 
1 60 ©1 65 
1 60 ©1 65 
1 60 ©1 65 
1 60 ©1 65 
1 60 ©1 65 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 65 ©1 70 


1 4634©! 485^ 
1 46}i©l 49^ 
1 493i@l 503^ 
1 49 ©1 5134 
1 513-g©l 52M 
1 52M@1 54^^ 
1 5234 ©1 54 
1 5334©l 5434 
1 54Ji©l 59 
1 59M©1 64 
1 5834@1 60M 
1 59 ©1 63K 
1 603^ ©1 64 
1 58M©1 61 
1 5534@1 60 
1 505^@1 5534 
1 48M@1 52^ 
1 473^@1 hlVi 
1 46M@1 h\H 
1 50 ©1 553^ 

1 5134©1 543^ 

1 503i©l 53 
1 533^@1 5534 
1 523^©1 543-^ 
1 51 ©1 543^ 
1 53%@1 56 


1 503i©l 52M 
1 50 @1 53 


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1 53 ©1 5454 


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1 5334 ©1 5534 


G 












1 5434©1 56 


8.. 
q 












1 6534@1 5634 
1 5434 ©1 5634 


10.. 
11 


2 28 ©2 30 
2 30 










1 553^@1 56M 
1 56 ©1 595-^ 


12 


2 29 ©2 30 










1 595i©l 63?4 


13 










1 5834@1 60% 


15.. 
16 


2 25 ©2 27 
2 25 ©2 26 
2 23 ©2 25 
2 23 ©2 25 
2 2334 @2 24 
2 23 ©2 25 
2 23 ©2 243t 
2 23 ©2 233^ 
2 23 @2 23>2 
2 23 ©2 24 
2 23 ©2 24 
2 23 ©2 24 
2 23 ©2 24 
2 2334®2 2434 
2 24 ©2 2434 


2 30 

2 2834 

2 27 ■ 

2 27 

2 2S3-9 

2 28 
2 24 "©2 283^ 
2 24 @2 28 
2 23 ©2 2334 
2 23 ©2 28 
2 2334 ©2 25 
2 23 ©2 25 
2 23 ©2 25 
2 24 ©2 25 
2 24 ©2 25 








1 59^@1 643i 
1 603^©1 6434 


17 








1 593i©l 613^ 


18 








1 5634©1 613^ 


10 








1 5134©1 56M 


20 


2 28 






1 50^@1 5434 


22 






1 49 ©1 53M 


23 








1 49 ©1 5334 


24 








1 513^©1 56^4 


25 








1 523i@l 56 


26 


2 32 

2 31 

2 30 

2 28 ©2 31 
2 27 ©2 31 






1 51^©1 543^ 


27 






1 543i©l 5734 


29 






1 5334©1 56 


30 






1 5254@1 55?-i 


31 






1 5454© 1 573^ 










1918 


2 23 ©2 30 
2 10 ©2 66 


2 23 ©2 30 
2 15 ©2 70 


2 27 ©2 32 
2 17 ©3 00 




1 60 ©1 75 
1 773^ ©2 32 
\> W. 


1 463^©1 64 
1 58 ©1 62Ji 


1 49 ©1 6434 


1917 


2 01 ©2 74 


1 82 ©2 34 


1 475-^©! 6434 





MESS PORK 




LARD 






Spot, 
per brl. 


September, 
per brl. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


September, 
per 100 lbs. 


October, 
per 100 lbs. 


Januarj', 
per 100 Iba. 


1 


43 60 




$25 6734 


25 7734 ©25 973--2 
25 75 ©25 90 

25 92 34 ©26 0734 

26 023^©26 2234 
26 10 ©26 25 
26 173^©26 40 
26 05 ©26 25 
26 15 ©26 273^ 
26 20 ©26 30 
26 2734@26 373-^ 
26 0734 @26 30 
26 15 ©26 25 
26 15 ©28 173-2 
26 15 ©26 30 
26 2234 ©26 30 
26 20 ©26 30 
26 15 ©26 25 
26 20 ©26 30 
26 25 ©26 373^2 
26 ,3734@26 50 
26 30 ©26 373^ 
26 25 ©26 3234 
26 35 ©26 45 
26 4234©26 50 
26 423^ ©26 5734 
26 60 ©26 6234 






2 


44 00 


44 50 

44 60 

44 60 ©45 00 
44 80 ©45 10 
44 80 ©45 80 
44.75 ©45 00 


25 50 ©25 55 

25 75 

25 85 ©25 90 
25 S23'^@25 85 

25 95 

25 9734 

25 973^ 






3 


44 20 






5 


44 50 






6 


44 45 






g 


44 20 






9 


44 40 






10 


44 40 






11 


44 70 


45 10 ©45 25 
45 25 ©45 50 
45 00 ©45 30 
45 45 ©45 50 
45 00 ©45 20 
45 25 ©45 35 
45 273^ ©45 50 

45 35 

45 40 ©45 45 
45 50 ©45 60 
45 50 ©45 65 
45 75 ©45 90 
45 623^@45 75 
45 00 ©45 65 
45 25 ©45 45 
45 25 ©45 30 

45 30 

45 50 ©45 65 


26 073^ 

26 15 

25 95 

26 05 

26 00 

26 00 ©26 0234 

26 05 

26 00 

25 973-2 

26 05 

26 3234©2G 473-^2 

26 65 

26 323^ 

26 40 

26 50 ©26 523^ 

26 70 ©26 75 

26 8234 

26 6234 






12 


.... 44 75 






13 


44 70 






15 


44 70 






16 


... 44 80 






17 


... 45 25 






18 


45 30 






19 


45 25 






20 


45 40 






22 


45 50 






23 


45 65 






24 


45 90 






25 


.... 45 65 




26 


45 15 






27 


45 45 






29 


45 25 




30 


45 35 






31 


46 00 














1918 


43 60 @46 00 
40 00 ©41 15 


44 50 ©45 90 
39 40 ©40 75 


25 50 ©26 823-^ 
20 15 ©21 20 


25 75 ©26 6234 
20 10 ©21 70 






1917 


20 50 ©21 35 



















69 
THE LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES 

sellers' option as to time, during July, 191S. 



CORN 


OATS 


RYE 


BARLEY 


Contract, 

Dec., 

per bu. 


Contract, 
May, 
per bu. 


Contract, 

Spot, 

perbu. 


Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

Sept., 

per bu. 


Contract, 

Dec., 
per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 


No. 2 

Spot, 

^er bu. 


Spot, 

By Sample, 

per bu. 






723^ 


715^@72J^ 

71J^©73^ 

723^@73S^ 

723.i@743^ 

73^©75 

74 ©75 

73J^@743i 

743^@74^ 

74 ©74 Ji 

75 ©783^ 

74M@75M 

74 ©763^ 

75^©76Ji 

753^@763^ 

753^@77 

73>^@75J^ 

7334@743^ 

72M@74M 

72M@743^ 

73?|@75^ 

73M@74^ 

74 ©753^ 

753^©763^ 

ny2@ib 

74M@77 


663^©673^ 

663^ ©68 

68 ©69 

68^@71 

693^@70M 

693^@70^ 

693^@7034 

Gm@7oys 

695^©70M 
7014@72 
70 ©703^ 

693^@71M 

70^@723^ 

70J^@713.^ 

703^©71Ji 

69M@71 

683i@703^ 

67^©69M 

67^©69 

68^@70 

68^@70 

68^©fi9^^ 

6934©70 

68M@693^ 

67%©68J'^ 







1 74 ©1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 70 


1 00 ©1 20 






72^ 

77 J^ 


1 05 ©1 15 
1 02 @1 12 






783^ 




1 70 


I 10 @1 18 






78 

76Ji@77 
75J-g 




i'76"@r75" 

1 72 

1 70 @1 72 

1 80 

1 85 

1 85 


1 10 ©1 12 
1 08 @1 18 
1 15 ©1 19 






753^ 

76J^ 


1 20 @1 23 
1 17 ©1 25 






]7^ 


1 10 @1 28 
1 18 ©1 25 






T!V2 

76Ji 

77M 

16% 




1 81 ©1 85 
1 81 @1 85 

1 78 

1 78 

1 78 

1 70 ©1 75 
1 70 ©1 701/^ 
1 67 ©1 70 
1 60 ©1 70 
1 65 ©1 68 
1 62 @1 65 
1 60 ©1 66 
1 62 @1 a33'2 
1 62 ©1 64 
1 63 ©1 65 


1 15 ©1 25 

©1 15 

1 00 ©1 25 
1 12 @1 22 






75 

76 

74 


1 15 ©1 20 
1 10 ©1 17 
1 00 ©1 15 






76 

75H 

im 

76K 

7634 

74 J-^ 

74?i 

77 


1 05 ©1 20 
1 06 ©1 20 
1 02 ©1 20 
1 02 ©1 16 
1 02 ©1 18 
1 00 ©1 15 
1 00 ©1 11 
1 05 ©1 10 


i'68>^@i'24M 


i'67J^@i'24" 


72,V^@78M 
683^ ©85 


71H©783^ 


66J^@723^ 
533^ ©6234 


'55M@625^' 


'62Ji@66"' 


1 60 @1 85 

2 10 ©2 43 


1 00 ©1 28 
1 08 ©1 55M 





SHORT RIB SIDES 




LIVE HOGS 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


September, 
per 100 lbs. 


October, 
per 100 lbs. 


January, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


22 90 ©23 50 


23 923^©24 073^ 

23 973^ ©24 30 

24 32H@24 4734 
24 423^©24 55 
24 50 ©24 60 
24 573^ ©24 75 
24 45 ©24 723^ 
24 60 ©24 773^ 
24 623^@24 773-^ 
24 723^©24 82M 
24 573^ ©24 7734 
24 65 ©24 75 
24 60 ©24 70 
24 673^©24 80 
24 723^ ©24 80 
24 723^ ©24 823^ 
24 65 ©24 773^ 
24 723^©24 85 
24 823^@24 95 
24 973^ ©25 10 
24 90 ©25 00 
24 70 ©24 85 
24 82}^©24 95 
24 75 ©24 923^ 
24 70 ©24 923^ 
24 973^@25 00 






15 80 @17 15 
15 75 ©17 00 


23 17J^@23 773^ 






23 35 ©23 95 


9 


15 75 ©17 05 


23 523^ ©24 1234 






15 80 ©17 05 


23 55 ©24 15 






15 85 ©17 10 


23 55 ©24 15 






16 00 ©17 40 


23 75 ©24 35 






15 90 ©17 30 

16 00 ©17 45 
IG 25 ©17 70 


23 65 ©24 25 






23 70 ©24 30 






23 80 ©24 40 






16 40 ©17 90 
16 60 ©18 10 
16 60 ©18 25 
16 80 ©18 30 
16 85 ©18 30 
16 85 ©18 45 


23 75 ©24 35 






23 823^@24 473-2 






23 80 ©24 40 






23 90 ©24 50 






23 95 ©24 55 






23 923^@24 52V^ 






16 90 ©18 50 

17 10 ©18 85 
17 35 ©19 05 
17 50 ©19 20 
17 70 ©19 30 
17 60 ©19 10 
17 35 ©18 85 
17 20 ©18 95 


23 95 ©24 55 






23 923^@24 523^ 






24 15 ©24 75 






24 40 ©25 00 






24 15 ©24 75 






23 95 ©24 55 






24 15 ©24 75 






24 00 @24 60 






17 00 ©19 10 
17 10 ©19 25 
17 25 ©19 40 


24 15 ©14 75 






24 30 ©24 90 












22 90 ©25 00 


23 923^@25 10 
21 20 ©22 023^ 






15 75 ©19 40 


21 00 ©22 10 


2i 55 ©21 92H 




14 00 ©16 30 



70 
DAILY CURRENT PRICES AT CHICAGO FOR THE 













Sp 


ot, and deliverable in succeeding months 


at 




WHEAT 


CORN 


a 


No. 2, 
Red, 
Spot, 

per hu. 


No. 2, 

Hard, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


No. 1, 
Northern, f- 
Cash, 
per bu. 


Contract, 
cptember, 
per bu. 


Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 


Contract, 
October, 
per bu. 


Contract, 
December, 
per bu. 


1. 

2. 
3. 

0. 

6. 

7. 
8. 
q 


2 24 ®2 241-t 
2 24 @2 25 
2 23 ®2 24H 
2 23 ®2 24 
2 23 @2 24 
2 23 ®2 24 
2 23 ®2 231.^ 
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2 24 @2 25 
2 24M®2 25 
2 23 @2 25 
2 23 @2 24}-^ 
2 23i/.@2 24 
2 23K@2 2c.yo 
2 23 ®2 25 
2 23 @2 24 

2 23 

. 2 23 
2 23 @2 24 
2 23 @2 2314 

2 23' 

2 23 ®2 24 

2 23 

2 23 ®2 24 
2 23 @2 231 i 
2 23 @2 24 

2 23 
223' @2 25 
2 24 ®2 25 

2 24 
2 24' ®2 25 
2 23 ®2 24 

2 23 

2 23 ®2 231-=; 
2 23 ®2 24 


2 2S ®2 31 .. 
2 28 ®2 34 . . 

2 28 . . 

2 27 @2 28 . . 
2 26!,.,®2 301.2 . . 
2 26 ®2 28 . . 
2 26 fa;2 28 . . 
2 26 @2 27V2 . . 
2 26 ®2 27 ,. 
2 20 ®2 20}^ . . 
2 20 ®2 27 
2 20 ®2 27 . . 
2 26 ®2 27 
2 20 ®2 28 . . 
2 20 ®2 27 . . 
2 20 ®2 28 . . 
2 20 ®2 29 . . 
2 23 ®2 283-2 . . 
2 20 ®2 28 . . 
2 20 ®2 28 . . 
2 2ei-2@2 28 . . 
2 203-2® 2 271^ .. 
2 20 ®2 29 . . 
2 20 ®2 2732 . . 
2 20 ®2 28 . . 
2 20 ®2 27 . . 
2 20 ®2 28 






165 @170 
1 05 ®1 70 
1 65 ®1 70 
1 05 ®1 70 
1 65 ®1 70 
1 65 @1 70 
1 65 ©1 70 
1 05 @1 70 
1 G5 ®1 70 
1 65 @1 70 
1 65 @1 70 
I 70 @1 75 
1 70 @1 75 
1 75 ®1 80 
1 75 ©1 80 
1 75 ®1 80 
1 75 @1 80 
1 75 @1 80 
1 75 ® 1 80 
1 70 ®1 75 
1 65 @1 70 
1 65 ®1 70 
1 60 ® 1 65 
1 60 ®1 65 
1 60 ®1 65 
1 60 m 65 
1 60 @1 03 


1 547x^@l 5714 
1 57i|@l 595/2 
1 561-4® 1 593-0 
1 59 @1 03 ' 
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1 573-4®! 62 ' . . 
1 5514® 1 58 1<^ .. 
1 545/;®! .58M . 
1 535/8® 1 561/; .. 
1 54 Ji®! 57K .. 






10. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
26. 
27. 
1:8. 
29. 
30. 
31. 


2 23 

2 23 
... 2 23 
2 23 @2 23J-2 
2 23 @2 2314 
2 23 @2 24 

2 23 

1. 23 

2 23 

2 23 
2 23 
2'23K®2 2ihl 
2 24 ■®2 24.1/2 
2 24 @2 2414 

2 24 

2 23 @2 24 
2 23 ®2 23I/2 
2 231-^® 2 25 
2 23 @2 23M 




1915 
191' 


2 23 ®2 25 
■ 2 12 ®2 60 


2 23 ®2 251/2 
2 20 ®2 70 


2 26 m,.2 34 
2 23 ®3 00 1 


m4^ 


)23 


1 60 @1 80 
1 69 ®2 36 


1 51K©1 60 14 


1 535-^©! 673X 

■.'I05f@118£ 









MESS PORK 










LAI 


RD 


"5 


Spot, 


September, 


October, 


.T.aniiary, 


Sp'>t, 


September, 




per bri. 


P 


cr brl. 


per brl . 


per brl. 


per ICO lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


1.. s.. 


45 30 


.?45 30 


@45 50 S. 






... .? 






■S 26 073..^ 


.526 65 ®26 6714 


2.. .. 


45 30 


















26 70 


26 65 ®26 70 


3. .. 


44 95 


44 95 


®45 35 














26 65 


26 65 @26 671-^ 


5 . . 


44 85 




. 44 85 














26 70 (g.26 721-^ 


26 70 ©26 75 


. . . . 


14 70 


44 7C 


®45 10 














26 70 


26 70 @26 75 


/ . . . . 


44 25 


44 10 


®44 50 














2o 02i-'.®26 773-0 


26 65 ©23 80 


8.. .. 


44 50 


44 00 


^44 50 














26 623/o@26 773,c, 


26 6734® 20 Sa 


9 


44 00 


43 90 


©44 123/0 . 














26 45 ©28 00 


20 55 @26 65 


10.. . 


44 40 


43 90 


®44 40 














23 CO @20 75 


26 62i';®26 7.5- 


12.. . 


44 25 


44 20 


®44 25 














20 65 • ©26 80 


26 80 ©26 85. 


13.. .. 


44 45 


44 45 


©44 50 














26 673/2®26 82i/(; 


26 823i@26 85 


14.. . 


44 00 


44 00 


©44 10 4 


4 35 @44 50 








26 00 ®26 75 


26 75 @20 80 


15 


44 00 




^ 


4 30 ®44 35 








26 07i/2®2e 821^ 


20 82M©26 85 


16.. . 


43 65 


43 50 


@43 75 4 


4 05 @44 25 








26 50 ©26 65 


26 65 ©26 80 


17.. . 


43 40 


43 35 


©43 55 4 


3 60 @43 75 








26 40 @20 55 


26 55 ®26 65 


19.. .. 


43 90 


43 90 


®44 00 4 


4 10 ©44 15 








20 573'i@20 721/; 


26 70 @23 80 


20.. . 


44 30 




4 


4 60 ©44 90 








20 05 ®26 80 


26 77H®26 80 


21. . 


44 10 


44 60 


®44 20 4 


4 40 ®44 60 








26 573-^@26 721-^ 


26 72i-^®26 8234 


22.. . 


44 20 




4 


4 50 @44 70 








26 573/2®26 721-i; 


26 72^©26 771.^ 


23.. . 


43 75 


43 75 


@43 85 


44 05 








26 45 ©26 60 


26 60 ©26 65 


24.. . 


43 75 














26 55 ®26 70 


26 70 ®26 72}4 


26.. . 


43 55 


43 25 


®43 55 4 


3 65 ®43 95 








26 72i4@26 873-^ 


26 673/^@26 873-^ 


27.. . 


43 00 


42 80 


@43 30 4 


3 00 ®43 50 








20 00 ®26 70 


26 623/2@26 75 


28.. . 


43 15 


43 10 


©43 15 4 


3 45 ©43 50 








26 80 ®26 90 


26 70 @26 90 


29.. .. 


43 15 














20 75 ©26 85 


26 82}^@27 00 


30.. .. 


43 20 


43 00 


®43 25 4 


3 37i-$®43 75 








26 773^® 26 873^ 


26 85 ®26 873-4 


31.. .. 


43 00 


43 023^ 


2©43 20 4 


3 423':®43 50 








26 75 ®26 85 


26 85 ©26 87K' 


1918 43 


00 @45 30 


42 80 


®45 50 4 


3 00 ®44 90 




26 40 ®20 90 


26 55 @27 00 


1917 4C 


00 ®44 00 


40 75 


©43 95 4 


1 55 ®43 60 


10 50 ®41 50 


20 90 @23 62H 


2! 05 ©23 60 



^-i--f: 



71 
LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES 

sellers' option as to time, during 'August, 1918. 



CORN 



Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 



m4@72Vg 

1 035.^® 1 161^51 @80' 



Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



71 
67K8 



.. 693/6 
.. 69K 
.. 69H 
.. 68 

. — 683.^ 

.. 68}^ 

68 @68J-^ 

.. 6Sy2 

.. 70 
.. 70H 
.. 72^8 
.»- 72 
.. 725^ 
.. 70V^ 
.. 705^ 
. .'^ 71}4 
.. 70M 
.. 70,^ 

.. 695/8 

..'^695^ 
.. 69M 



Contract, 

September 

per bu 



68 ©685 



67 @68>i 



mamm 

69 @70M 

69}'i@70 

68J/4®695^ 

C8^@69i/4 
68J/g@69V^ 
68Ji@69'^ 

S9}^@70K 
69>g@70>g 
^>^@71}.. 
70J^@73i/s 
72J^@737^ 
72M©73S4 
7PA@73H 
-0%@711i 
70?4@71M 
70i/2@715i 

69M@7CK 
69K@71^^ 
69i4@70}.^ 

e^yo®7oy2 



66?4@73% 
51 @61?/g 



OATS 

/- 



Contract, 
October, 
per bu. 



68Ji@69 
68Ji©69 

67 ©683-^ 

68 ©6934 

69 ©7034 
68M©705^ 

70 ©71?^ 

7m@7vys 

6934®7034 
38M©703i 
69}4©705^ 
893/2@70>i 
69M@705i 

7oy^@7iys 
7iyi@72ys 

723.|©73J^ 
72i4@74V2 

733^@7534 
743^©75 
73 @74M 
72 ©73?.^ 
72 ©73?^ 
72 ©73^ 
71?-^® 723^ 
713'^@727-g 

71 ©723^ 
71Ji@72M 



67 
53 



©753-^ 
©555^ 



Contract, 

December. 

per bu. 



52}i@6iyi 



Contract 

May, 

per bu, 



553/j©64 



RYE 



No. 2, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



1 60 
1 56 
1 56 
1 57 



. 1 
. 1 
©1 
©1 
©1 
©1 
. 1 
. 1 
@1 
©1 
©1 
©1 
©1 



1 56 
1 55 
1 55 
1 56 
1 56 

1 583.^© 1 
1 57 ©1 
.... 1 
1 66>$@1 
1 73 ©1 
1 76 " 
1 72 
1 70 
1 69 
1 66 
1 65 
1 68 
1 66 
1 66 



©1 
©1 
©1 
©1 
©1 
©1 
©1 
©1 
©1 



63 

63 

63 

60 

60 

58 

58 

58 

59 

563^ 

57 

59 

57H 

57 

62 

66 

693^ 

77 ' 

79 

73 

71 

693^ 

68 

66 

69 

67 

67 



1 55 
1 65 



©1 79 
©2 15 



Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 



1 58 
1 60 



1 68 



1 66 



©1 59 
©1 653.^. 

1 67 " 
©1 72 

1 76 



17034 
©167^ 



1 58 ©1 76 



Contract, 
October, 
per bu. 



1 62 ©1 

69 ©1 

fl93li@l 

75 ©1 

785^© 1 

75 ©1 

723^© 1 

1 71^®1 

1 67^© 1 

1 67Ji@l 

1 69 ©1 

1 6954© 1 

! 693^© 1 



6834 
69M 
75 

813-2 

81 

7834 

75 

733-2 

72 

70 

733-2 

70 

7034 



1 62 ©1 81J4 



B.\RLEY 



Spot, 

by Sample, 

per bu. 



0G©1 10 
02© 1 08 
99© 1 05 
9.3® 1 00 
90© 9S 
95@1 00 
9.3© 1 02 
98© 1 02 
98© 1 02 
92© 1 00 
95© 99 
S0@1 00 
98© 1 03 
98® 1 06 
98® 1 03 
90® 1 04 
98© 1 05 
05© 1 09 
07© 1 13 
07(S,1 15 
07© 1 15 
00© 1 10 
00 1 08 
98© 1 05 
95© 1 03 
95® 1 05 
95© 1 05 



90@1 15 
1 05® 1 48 



LARD 



October, 
per 100 lbs. 



26 55 26 6234 



■26 70 ©26 7234 
■28 6734®28 SO 
26 70 -©26 8234 
26 52H©26 70 
26 70 ©26 75 
26 723-<©26 8234 
26 7234@26 75 ' 
26 65 ©28 70 
26 7234©26 75 

26 60 

26 5734@26 65 
26 7234@26 90 
26 8734@26 9734 
26 8234@26 90 
26 85 ©26 9234 
26 70 ©26 80 
26 82^@26 923^ 
26 823^@26 95 
26 7234@26 85 
26 67i4®26 90 
26 82^@26 973^ 
^6 77^© 26 87^ 
26 80 ©26 823-1 



26 525-^©28 9734 
21 1734©23 573.^ 



January, 
per 100 lbs. 



20 00 ©22 3734 



SHORT RIB SIDES 



Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 



24 4234@25 
24 523^@25 
24 40 ©24 
24 373-^@24 
24 273^@24 
24 2734@24 
24 15 ©24 

23 923-^@24 

24 0234© 24 
24 15 @24 
24 35 ©24 
24 1734©24 
24 20 @24 
24 00 ©24 

23 87H©24 

24 25 ©24 
24 50 ©25 
24 40 ©24 
24 3734®24 
24 15 @25 



24 15 
24 30 

23 95 

24 15 
24 10 
24 05 
24 00 



©24 
©24 
©24 
©24 
©24 
©24 
©24 



0214 

023.1 

90 " 

8734 

773/2 

7734 

65 

423-^ 

52^ 

65 

80 

673^ 

70 

50 

3734 

75 

00 

90 

S7y2 

65 
65 
80 
45 
65 
60 
55 
50 



23 873-2©25 023-2 
21 60 ©24 1234 



September, 
per 100 lbs. 



00 ©25 
9734® 25 
90 ©25 
85 ©24 
7734© 24 
75 @24 
4734©24 
3234©24 
40 ©24 
573^©24 
60 ©24 
65 ©24 
65 ©24 
50 ©24 
3734©24 
50 ©24 
85 @25 
8734©25 
8734©24 
65 ©24 
60 ©24 
60 ©24 
45 ©24 
47U©24 
60 ©24 
523^© 24 
45 ©24 



023^ 
0234 
00 
95 

9234 
85 

8234 

60 

55 

65 

823^ 

7734 

7234 

57M 

50 

75 

CO 

023-2 

9734 

823^2 

75 

80 

72y 

65 
70 
621 
6234 



24 3234@25 0234 
21 90 ©23 95 



October 
per 100 lbs. 



. ... 24 9234 
90 ©25 0234 
9234©25 00 
60 ©24 9714 
45 ©24 75 
.... 24 673-^ 
70 ©24 75 
75 ©24 95 
80 ©24 90 
80 ©24 873-^ 
6734©24 7734 
5232@24 623/2 
70 ©24 95 

on ©25 2234 

10 ©25 25 
10 ©25 20 
85 ©25 023-2 
8734@24 973-^- 
8234© 25 0234 
65 ©24 95 
70 ©24 8734 
85 ©24 95 
77^@.24 8734 
7234©24 77yo 



24 45 ©25 25 
21 8734©23 773- 



January, 
per 100 lbs. 



20 50 ©21 27J4 



LIVE HOGS 



Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 



S17 60 
17 90 
17 70 
17 50 
17 50 
17 75 
17 75 
17 75 
17 7.T 
17 75 
17 50 
17 2, 
17 
17 
17 
17 



17 50 
17 40 
17 40 
17 25 
17 40 
17 10 
17 IG 
17 25 
17 40 
17 50 
17 75 



©19 60 
©19 80 
©19 75 
©19 80 
©19 75 
©19 95 
@20 05 
©20 00 
©20 05 
©20 15 
©20 00 
©19 75 
©.19 75 
©19 65 
©19 75 
©20 00 
©20 10 
©20 00 
©20 00 
©19 85 
©19 90 
@19 90 
©19 9C 
©20 00 
©20 10 
©20 25 
©20 30 



17 10 ©20 30 
14 50 ©20 00 



72 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES AT CHICAGO FOR 



spot, and deliverable in succeeding months at 






WHEAT 



No. 2, 

Red, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



No. 2, 
Hard, 

Spot, 
per bu. 



No. 1, 

Northern, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



CORN 



Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

September, 

per bu. 



Contract, 
October, 
per bu. 



Contract, 

November, 

per bu. 



OATS 



Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



3.. 

4.. 

5.. 

6.. 

7.. 

9.. 
10.. 
12.. 
13.. 
14.. 
16.. 
17.. 
18.. 
19.. 
20.. 
21.. 
23.. 
24.. 
25.. 
26.. 
27.. 
28.. 
30.. 



23 @2 
23 @2 
23 @2 
23 @2 
23»^@2 
23H@2 
.... 2 



2 24 
2 24 
2 24 



©2 
@2 
@2 

2 

2 23»^@2 
2 23i^@2 
2 23 @2 
2 23 @2 



. 2 
®2 
fe2 



23>^ 
24 

23M 

24 

24 

24H 

24 

25 

25 

25 

24}^ 

24^ 

24 

23}^ 

24 

23 

23 

23 

23}^ 

24 



@2 



23 

23 

23 @2 

23 @2 

23M@2 

23 @2 
23}^@2 

24 @2 
24 @2 

2 

2 24i^@2 

2 

2 23H@2 
2 23i4@2 



2 23 
2 23 
2 23 



@2 
©2 

2 



2 23 



25 

23K 

23M 

23 Ji 
24 
25 
25^ 
25 
25 
24}^ 
25 

24H 

24 

24>i 

23 
23 

24 J^ 
24 

23M 
24J^ 



2 23H 



26 ©2 
26 ©2 
26 ©2 
26 @2 
26^@2 

26 ©2 
26H©2 
26H©2 
26H©2 

27 ©2 
27 ©2 
27 ©2 
26 ©2 
26 ©2 
26 ©2 
26 ©2 
26 ©2 
26 ©2 
26 ©2 
26 ©2 
26 ©2 
.... 2 
26 ©2 



27 

26H 

26>^ 

26»^ 

28 

27 

27H 

29 

28 

28 

27J^ 

27M 

27}^ 

27H 

28 

27 

27 

26^ 

26H 

28 

29 

26H 

26H 



1 55 

1 55 

1 55 

il 60 

1 60 

1 60 

;1 60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

1 60 

1 55 

55 

55 

55 

55 

50 

50 

1 40 



©1 60 
©1 60 
©1 60 
©1 65 
©1 65 
©1 65 
©1 65 
©1 65 
©1 65 
©1 65 
©1 65 
©1 65 
©1 65 
©1 65 
©1 65 
©1 60 
©1 60 
©1 60 
©1 60 
©1 60 
©1 55 
©1 55 
©1 45 



1 h2li@\ bh}4, 
1 54J^©1 56?^ 
1 55 ©1 56^ 
1 56^@1 57^ 
1 55i^@l hlVs 
1 56^©1 57K 
1 54H©1 56}i 
1 52J4©1 53M 
1 53 @1 56Ji 

54 ©1 56 
1 53M©1 56 
1 54H@1 hWi 
1 54H©1 55^ 
1 54 ©1 56K 



54M@1 
56K©1 
56^©1 
57M©1 
565^©1 
57 ©1 
54i^©l 
513^©1 
h2%m 
hVA@\ 

51 ©1 

52 ©1 
51}i©l 
52M©1 
50M©1 
48J4@1 
46?^@1 
45M@1 
46i^©l 
47 ©1 
42}i©l 
383^©1 
35H@1 



573'^ 
585^ 
58 J^ 
59Ji 
5854 

^m 

54 

55}i 

55 

531^ 

54M 

53 

53M 
53^ 



48% 

47H 
49 

49H 
46 
41 ?4 
42 



1918 
1917 



2 23 
2 17 



©2 25 
©2 20 



2 23 
2 17 



©2 25}^ 
©2 22 



2 26 
2 20 



©2 29 
©2 30 



1 40 
1 95 



©1 65 
©2 24 



1 52K©1 575^ 



1 ZSyim o9}4 
- 11 ©1 22?^ 



I .r 1^ c -^ 



51 ©1 54^ 
54>|@1 hWi 
54Ji@l 56}^ 
56 ©1 583^ 
55M@1 57Ji 
565^@1 573^ 
53^©1 56J^i 
50M@1 63 
51 ©1 hZ% 
49H@1 52JI 
48 ©1 501^1 

48 ©1 49^ 
47J^©1 49}4 

49 ©1 50J^ 
47i^©l 50M 
455^©1 475^ 
44 ©1 46^ 
43M©1 45^ 
44^@1 4Wi 
44}^©1 46Ji 
40}i@l 43^ 
37i^@l 40H 
32 ©1 391^ 



70M 

71 

70^ 

70% 

70^ 

70^ 

tW% 

70Ji 

71^ 

71K 

71M 

72J^ 

72J4 

1W% 

73 

72J^ 

73J^ 

73 

73^ 

73 J^ 

73 

72^ 

701^ 



1 32 ©1 583^;70J^©73>^ 
1 07i^@l 19i^j56>i©61Ji 



03 



3.. 

4.. 

5.. 

6.. 

7.. 

9.. 
10.. 
12.. 
13.. 
14.. 
16.. 
17.. 
18.. 
19.. 
20.. 
21.. 
23.. 
24.. 
25.. 
26.. 
27.. 
28.. 
30.. 



1918 
1917 



MESS PORK 



Spot, 
per brl. 



40 75 
40 75 

39 75 

40 25 

40 75 

41 25 
41 25 
41 25 
41 50 
41 25 
41 25 
41 25 
41 15 
40 50 
39 50 



43 10 
43 00 
42 45 
41 45 

40 40 

41 20 
40 80 
39 80 

©41 00 
©41 00 
©40 00 
©40 50 
©41 00 
©41 50 
©41 50 
©41 50 
©41 75 
©41 50 
©41 50 
©41 50 
©41 35 
©40 75 
©39 75 



39 50 
42 50 



©43 10 
©46 25 



October, 
per brl. 



$43 40 
43 25 
42 70 
41 70 

40 70 

41 40 

4606" 
40 50 
40 40 
39 40 

39 60 

40 10 

41 10 



©43 50 
©43 45 
©43 00 
©42 50 
©41 60 
©41 50 
41 00 
©40 80 
©40 60 
©40 60 
©40 15 
©40 05 
©40 87H 
©41 40 



41 00 


41 00 
41 00 
41 10 


©41 30 
©41 25 
©41 25 


40 


15 


©40 40 
. 39 30 



39 30 
42 20 



©43 50 
©46 30 



November, 
per brl. 



39 20 

39 35 

40 15 

40 55 

41 10 
41 10 
41 20 
41 20 
41 10 



©40 15 
©40 05 
©40 85 
©41 65 
©41 40 
©41 25 
©41 55 
©41 60 
©41 42H 



41 00 ©41 20 
40 50 ©40 80 
39 80 ©40 70 



39 20 ©41 65 



January, 
I)er brl. 



41 80 ©47 65 



LARD 



Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 



October, 
per 100 lbs. 



$26 82^@26 92J^ 
26 90 ©27 00 
©27 10 
©26 85 
©27 10 
©27 10 
©27 10 
©27 05 
26 97J^©27 07H 

26 973^@27 my-i 

26 95 ©27 00 

27 00 ©27 10 
27 02}^@27 12J^ 
26 90 ©27 00 

©26 80 
©26 80 
©26 75 
©26 70 
©26 75 
©26 75 
©26 75 
©26 85 
26 75 



27 00 

26 75 

27 00 
27 00 
27 00 
26 95 



26 70 
26 75 
26 70 
26 65 
26 70 
26 70 
26 70 
26 80 



26 65 ©27 12K 
23 37J-^@25 mVz 



$26 85 ©26 871^ 
26 85 ©26 971^ 
26 70 ©26 85 
26 52M©26 70 
26 60 ©26 85 
26 80 ©26 85 
26 80 ©26 90 
26 77}^@26 85 
26 80 ©26 8214 
26 80 ©26 %iy-i 
26 67Vz@26 75 
26 82J^©26 8714 
26 87}4@26 90 
26 55 ©26 77J4 
26 30 ©26 50 
26 30 ©26 40 
26 47H©26 60 
26 37H©26 50 
26 30 ©26 50 
26 35 ©26 45 
26 40 ©26 50 
26 40 ©26 55 
26 30 ©26 65 



26 30 
23 25 



©26 97H 
©25 10 



73 



THE LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES 



sellers' option as to time, during September, 1918 



OATS 



Contract, 

Sept. 

per bu. 



Contract, 

Oct. 
per bu. 



Contract, 

Nov. 

per bu. 



RYE 



No. 2 
Spot, 
perbu. 



Contract, 
October, 
per bu. 



Contract, 

November, 

per bu. 



BAELEY 



Spot, 
by sample, 
per bu. 



• 



Contract, 
October, 
per bu. 



Contract, 

November, 

per bu. 



69M@70}i71 @72 

70M@7i^^:72 @nys 

70M@71H|72H@73 
70H@71}4 72i^@73 

70i^@71 \nyi@TiH 

705^@71 72M@72^ 
70H@70J^i71H@72>^ 



69J4@70Ji 

7oys@7m 

70J^@715^ 

71 @7m 



71 ©715^ 
71H@72Ji 
71K@73 

72 @72Ji 
725^@73H 



72 ©721^73 ©731^ 
725^@73^|73J^@74>i 
72J^©73J^73^@74^ 
72M@73J4173 @1W% 

73 @7^y2'7iH@7i 
72J^@73^i73}^@73J^ 
73 @73^i73^@74 
73M@743'8l73J^@74^ 

723^@73Mi72M@73M 
71>^@72^71M@73 
70 @72>^,69i^©72J^ 



72H@74 

73H@74^ 

735^@74^ 

74 ©74}^ 

73^@74}i 

7;M®74i^ 

723^@73M 

72^©72>g 

72J^@73^ 

73 ©74 

73H@74 

73H@74M 

73M@74J^ 

74^@74>i 

74M@75>i 

74i/8@74K 

74^@75 

74M@74Ji 

74^@75 

74J^@75;^ 

73M@74>g 

72M©73Ji 

69>i@735i 



65 ©1 
65K@1 
66H@1 
67 ©1 

66 ©1 

1 

64M@1 
63i^@l 

1 

62 @1 
62 ©1 
62 ©1 

61 ©1 

62 ©1 
61 ©1 

1 

61 ©1 
60 ©1 

60 ©1 

61 ©1 
58 ©1 

1 

mum 



66 

66 

67 

68 

67 

65}^ 

65 

64 

64 

64 

63 

62^ 

63J^ 

63 

62}^ 

613^ 

61}^ 

62 

61 

61^ 

61 

60 

61 



68,i4@l 
69Hfel 
6934@1 
70 @1 
09 ©1 
68 ©1 
67 ©1 
65ii©l 

1 

65 ©1 
63M@1 
64 @1 



69 

70M 
70M 

nys 

6954 

6Si/i 

68 

67 

67H 

67M 

64} 

65 



1 

72 ©1 
7234® 1 
72 '^©1 

ny^m 

7034© 1 
69i4@l 
68 ©1 
68i^©l 
67H@1 
66 ©1 
G6 ©1 



71 

72M 

72»^ 

73 V^ 

72" 

72 

70^ 

69M 

69M 

70Vi 



66M 



643^© 1 65 
63M@1 643-^ 



6334© 1 633^ 
62^@1 63 
62M@1 63 
621^© 1 63 
59 ©1 62 
573^© 1 32 
61}4@1 62 



6634® 1 
66 ©1 
6534©! 
6534© 1 

65"©i 
64M®1 
62 @1 
6034© 1 
6334@1 



6634 



65M 
6554 

6534 
6534 
64J4 
6334 
64 



93 
95 
04 
00 
98 
93 
96 
95 
95 
00 
95 
85 
95 
95 
95 
01 
98 
97 
97 
02 
02 
00 
99 



@1 05 
©1 08 
©1 08 
©1 10 
@1 05 
@1 04 
©1 04 
©1 03 
©1 04 
©1 04 
©1 02 
©1 03 
©1 02 
©1 04 
©1 04 
©1 04 
©1 04 
©1 04 
©1 03 
©1 05 
©1 04 
©1 01 
©1 02}4 



1 00 ©1 03 



1 03 ©1 05 



98 © 99 
9834© 1 OOM 
9934@1 00V4 



I 00 ©1 003-4 

i '6634@i 6i34 



1 01 ©1 02 
1 02 ©1 033-^ 
1 01 ©1 OlM 
1 0034®! 01 
1 00 ©1 01 
1 0134©! 02 
1 02 ©1 02J4 
1 03 ©1 04 
1 03 @1 0334 
1 0434© 1 04}^ 
1 0334®! 04 
1 0334©! 0334 



1 02 ©1 03 
1 01 ©1 02 
1 00 ©1 0134 



6934@74^!6934©7454 
55^©63?4i55 ©60 



69K©75M 1 58 
5834©62K 1 79 



©1 68 
©1 92 



1 5734®1 713^ 



1 6034®! 7334 



85 
1 14 



@1 10 
©1 48 



98 ©1 03 



1 00 ©1 05 



LARD 



November, 
per 100 lbs. 



25 95 ©26 00 



26 20 
26 30 



©26 35 
©26 45 

26 35 

26 35 

26 1734©26 27Ji 
26 25 ©26 55 
26 50 ©26 5234 
26 20 ©26 35 
25 90 ©26 173^ 
25 7234@25 85 
25 80 ©26 00 
25 87}^©25 95 
25 80 ©25 90 
©25 873^ 
©26 05 
©26 123^ 
©26 27J^ 



25 85 

25 95 

26 05 
25 90 



25 7234©26 55 
23 6234@25 20 



January, 
per 100 lbs. 



22 05 ©24 22H 



SHORT SIDE RIBS 



Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 



24 10 
24 05 
23 70 
23 20 
23 25 
23 35 



@24 
©24 
©24 
©23 
©23 
©23 



23 173^@23 
22 70 ©23 
22 75 ©23 
22 873^@23 

22 75 ©23 

23 273^©23 
23 45 ©23 
23 00 ©23 
23 05 ©23 
23 00 ©23 
23 323^©23 
23 20 ©23 
23 15 ©23 
23 17}^©23 
23 15 ©23 
23 20 ©23 
22 70 ©23 



60 
55 
20 
70 
75 
85 

6734 

20 

25 

3734 

20 

773^ 

65 

50 

55 

50 

8234 

70 

65 

6734 

65 

70 

20 



October, 
per 100 lbs. 



22 70 

23 25 



©24 60 
©27 12M 



75 ©24 
823^@24 
40 ©24 
9734©24 
75 ©24 
00 ©24 
85 ©24 
4234©23 
40 ©23 
5234®23 
30 ©23 
15 ©23 
60 ©23 
35 ©23 
27i4@23 
273^©23 
40 ©23 
37M©23 
35 ©23 
40 ©23 
3734©23 
30 ©23 
90 ©23 



85 

95 

75 

30 

05 

12^ 

00 

85 

60 

6234 

6234 

5234 

7234 

60 

45 

3734 

623^ 

55 

5254 

473^ 

523^ 

40 

50 



22 90 ©24 95 

23 2734@26 80 



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per 100 lbs. 



3734©24 60 
90 ©24 00 
©23 823^ 
©23 973^ 
©23 923i 
©23 80 
©23 52}^ 
423^©23 55 
1734@23 40 
00 ©23 473^ 
5234©23 6234 
223^©23 473^ 
15 ©23 30 
1234©23 25 
40 ©23 50 
©23 373^ 
©23 35 
©23 25 
©23 4234 
@23 4234 



0234©23 55 



23 00 ©24 60 



January, 
per 100 lbs. 



20 90 @25 30 



UVE HOGS 



Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 



17 75 
17 75 
17 50 
17 50 
17 75 

17 75 

18 20 
18 50 
18 50 
18 75 
18 75 
18 50 
18 50 
18 50 
18 50 
18 00 
18 00 
17 75 
17 75 

17 80 

18 00 
18 00 
18 20 



©20 35 
@20 40 
©20 00 
©19 90 
©20 00 
©20 30 
©20 50 
©20 75 
©20 85 
©20 90 
©21 00 
©20 90 
©20 85 
©20 65 
©20 55 
©20 40 
©20 40 
©20 00 
©20 00 
©19 80 
©20 00 
©20 10 
©20 00 



17 50 
16 40 



©21 00 
©19 70 



'' ' ^-H&iiiiMhLt 



74 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES AT CHICAGO 

spot, and deliverable in succeeding months at 



WHEAT 



No. 2, 

Red. 

Spot, 

per bu. 



No. 2, 

Hard, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



No. 1, 

Northern, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



CORN 



Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



Contract, 
October, 
per bu. 



Contract, 

November, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

December, 

per bu. 



OATS 



Contract 

Spot, 

per bu. 



Contract, 
October, 
per bu. 



2 23K2@2 



2 24 



24 
24 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
@2 
2 
2 
@2 
@2 
.... 2 
24 @2 
23H@2 
23H@2 

23 @2 

24 @2 
23H@2 
23 @2 
23 @2 
23 @2 
23 @2 



i3i.-2 

23 

24 

23 Ji 

23 

24 

23 

23 

23 

23 

24}^ 

24 

2414 

24^ 

24^ 

23 

241/^ 

24M 
25 

24H 
241^ 
2414 
24^ 
23^^ 

23M 
24 



2 

2 

2 23V,@2 
...... 2 

2 

@2 



24 



2 24 



2 24 
2 24 

2 

@2 
2 
@2 
2 
2 
2 
@2 

2 

2 

2 23 @2 
2 23;-^@2 
2 23i4@2 



24 

23 

24 

23 

23 

243^ 

241^12 

23 2 
24}^' 2 
24J^|. 
24J^:2 

24 !2 



2 24 



2 23 



@t2 
. 2 



24 

24 

24}^ 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24" 

24 

23 



26 @2 
26 @2 
2fi3^@2 
26H@2 
.... 2 
26H@2 
26 @2 
26 @2 
26 @2 
.... 2 
26}^@2 
26^@2 
26^@2 
26 @2 
26H@2 
26i^@2 
2614@2 
26 @2 
26 @2 
26J.^@2 
26 @2 
26 @2 
26 @2 
26 @2 
26 @2 
28 @2 



26J^ 

261^ 

27 

27 

26}^ 

28 

28 

28 

28 

261/^ 

28 

28 

27 

28 

28 

27>^ 

28 

27H 

28 

27 

27 

27 

271/2 

26^ 

26H 

27 



35@1 40 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
40@1 45 
40@1 45 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
35® 1 40 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
40@1 45 
40@1 45 
40@1 45 
40@1 45 
40@1 45 
40@1 45 
40@1 45 
40® 1 45 



1 32H@1 
1 2914®! 
1 293^@1 
1 28M@1 
1 29i^®l 
1 21 ®1 
1 19H@1 
1 13^®1 
1 13^@1 
1 16 ®1 
1 21 @1 
1 25i^®l 
1 22J^@1 
1 2h^A@,\ 



37^ 

33^ 

321^ 

31^ 

32H 

28M 

24K 

18 

16H 

17J^ 

23M 

30 

30 

26 



1 29 @1 
1 2734@1 



33 
30}^ 



1 30 @1 
1 32 @1 



35 
351^ 



1 32 @1 
1 28M@1 
1 2514®! 
1 20 ®1 
1 17i^@l 



34;^ 
31H 

■2.m 

23 
20 



29J^®1 
27i^@l 
273^@1 
28i^@l 
29M@1 
21M@1 
18i^®l 
12>^®1 
11 @1 
125^@1 
11 @1 
22 @1 
17H@1 
17M@1 
20 @1 
21i^@l 
18 @1 
21M@1 
23^®1 
24i^®l 
24i4@l 
2534@1 
21M@1 
20i^®l 
17J^@1 
17 @1 



33^ 

321/2 

31 

31H 

31M 

27M 

■mi 
m/4. 
u% 

uy, 
21H 

26H 

251/2 

2254 

22 

24 

25/2 

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27M 

28 

27ii 

2sy2 

2514 
231/8 
21 



27 @1 
25M@1 
24S^@1 
26 ®1 
27^®1 
20M@1 
18M@1 
12 @1 

09M@1 
11 ®1 
09 ®1 
20 ®1 
14i^@l 

14i4@l 
16 ®1 
16J^@1 
15^@1 
18i^®l 
20i-^®l 
20J^®1 
205^@1 
2014®1 
18?^®1 
17^@1 
14^@1 
145^@1 



31M 
291/2 

28M 

29 

30 

27 

24 

19M 

13H 

13^2 

20ys 
231^ 
2214 
17M 
I814 
19 

20M 

20^ 

24K 

24 

22>i 

23^ 

211^ 

195/8 

18^ 

17^8 



69K@70 
68 
68I/2 
■70K 
70M 
68M 
68M 
66^ 
67 
66^ 



69M 
675/s 

67M 

67/2 

68J4 

68/2 

69^ 

70M 

701^ 

7134 

7014 

093^ 

69/s 

67 

68 



69 ®70M 

67 @70 
67}^@69^ 
68^®70}i 
69M@71 

68 @69% 
68^@70i^ 
653^®68J^ 
65i/2@67J^ 

66 @67Ji 
'"H@69 

69 ©70?^ 
67J^@69M 

67 ®68M 



67M@68M 
68H@69M 
68M@69}^ 

69Ji@76j^ 
70M@71M 
70M@71M 
mH®70V2 
.. 69H 

67 @68J^ 



12 23 



®2 25 
, 2 17 



2 23 



@2 241^12 26 
. 2 17 i 



@2 28 
2 20 



1 35@1 45 
1 89@2 151'^ 



1 13i^®l 37M 



1 11 ®1 33^ 



1 09 ®1 31M 
1 11J^@1 21 



58i^@60/2 



65}4@71M 



MESS PORK 



Spot, 
per brl. 



38 75 
37 75 

36 75 

37 50 
37 50 
36 75 
35 50 
34 50 
33 50 

33 50 

34 50 

35 50 

36 75 
35 75 
35 50 
35 25 
35 00 
35 75 
35 25 

34 25 

35 25 

36 00 
36 25 
36 00 
35 50 
34 25 



@39 00 
@38 00 
@37 00 
©37 75 
@37 75 
@37 00 
©35 75 
©34 75 
©33 75 
@33 75 
@34 75 
@35 75 
@37 00 
®36 00 
©35 75 
®35 50 
®35 25 
©36 00 
©35 50 
@34 50 
©35 50 
©36 50 
©36 50 
©36 25 
©35 75 
@34 50 



33 50 
41 50 



@39 00 
©46 50 



November, 
per brl. 



38 80 



35 80 
37 25 



35 25 



@39 25 
, 37 80 

36 80 
©37 30 
©37 80 

36 25 
@36 00 



33 25 
32 75 



35 25 

36 00 



©33 50 
©33 271^ 
, 34 271^ 
©35 2714 
©36 271^ 
35 30 



34 00 

34 50 

35 50 



©34 873^ 
©34 90 
©35 55 



34 00 ©34 10 



December, 
per brl. 



January, 
per brl. 



36 00 ©37 50 

36 50 ©37 00 

37 50 ®38 25 



38 75 
41 50 



35 75 ©36 00 
35 30 ©36 40 
34 30 ©35 00 



32 75 ©39 25 



37 60 



®40 00 

®43 00 

41 00 

39 62H 

@40 00 



38 72M@39 50 



36 00 

37 80 



©43 00 
©47 15 



L.ARD 



Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 



26 15 



. 26 90 

. 26 8714 

. 26 95 

. 27 05 

. 27 12M 

. 26 85 

. 26 75 

. 26 35 

. 26 05 

. 26 40 

. 26 25 

. 26 90 
©26 25 

. 25 75 

. 25 30 

. 25 40 

. 25 70 

. 25 871^ 

. 25 2iy2 

. 25 00 

. 25 75 

. 26 50 

. 26 25 

. 26 25 

. 26 50 

. 26 50 



25 00 
22 75 



©27 12H 
©25 00 



November, 
per 100 lbs. 



25 90 ©26 20 
25 65 ©25 97J^ 
25 50 @25 80 

25 65 ©26 10 

26 20 ©26 25 
25 82i^©26 05 
25 65 ©25 721^ 
25 15 ©25 65 

24 65 

24 80 ©25 05 

24 95 ©25 25 

25 32i^@25 621^ 

25 12^@25 75 
24 62J^@24 90 
24 20 ©24 55 
24 00 ©24 32}^ 
24 42i^@24 55 
24 65 ©24 85 

24 20 ©24 45 
23 92M@24 20 

24 70 

25 20 

25 70 

26 15 @26 20 
25 80 

25 30 @26 00 

23 92H®26 25 
22 00 <5).24 97J^ 



75 
FOR THE LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES 

sellers' optwn as to time, during October, 1918 



OATS 



Contract, 

November, 

per bu. 



69^@71 
67Ji®70?i 
68 @mVs 
68^@70M 

70 mws 

67M@69Ji 
67M@70 
64^@68 
63i4@65H 

63 @67J^ 

67^@69^ 

65J^@68J^ 

65>^@67Ji 

66}^@67 

66?^@67J4 

66?^@68Ji 

673^@68^ 

68 @69M 

68M@69J^ 

69J4@71 

69M@70K 

68^@69i^ 

67i^@68M 
67M@68^ 



63 ©71?^ 



Contract, 

December, 

per bu. 



RYE 



69 @72 

67J^@71^ 
6Si^@70M 
69H@713^ 
70M@71^ 
67^@70 

64^@68 

63^@64M 
63 @67i^ 
67J^@69 
653^@68M 
64M@66i4 

GbVsmm 
6554@66H 

66^®67^2 
67i^@69ii 
68i^@693i 
68^@70i^ 
68H@70^ 
68?^®695^ 
67>^@68M 

66H@68M 



62 

62 

1 62 



63 @72 1 61 
57H@603^ 1 78 



No. 2, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



161 

1 62 

1 62>^@1 63 

1 63 

1 62}4@l 63 

1 62 

1 62 

1 62 

@1 62J4 
@1 623^ 
@1 621^ 

1 64 
@1 63 

1 621^ 

1 623^ 

1 62H@1 63 
1 62i^@l 63 
1 61 @1 63 
.... 1 62}^ 
623^@1 63 
62H@1 63 
.... 1 63 



1 62 



1 62H®1 63 
1 62 @1 63 
1 62 @1 621^ 
1 61 @1 62 



@1 64 
@1 901^ 



Contract, 
October, 
perbu. 



1 61J^@1 62 

1 6iji@i ^m, 

1 61J^@1 63 
1 62M@1 625^ 
1 62J^@1 Q2ys 



62 
62 



1 61H@1 63 



Contract, 

November, 

per bu. 



1 63 @1 
1 62M@1 
1 63H@1 
1 64M@1 
1 64Ji@l 
1 623^@1 

1 

1 62 @1 



1 62H@1 

. .. 1 

1 63H@1 



64 

63K 

65 

645^ 

64^ 

63 

63 

62% 

62Ji 
64 
65 
64 



1 63 
1 63 



©1 
@1 



61H 
63M 



.... 1 
1 64M@1 

.... 1 

.... 1 
1 63H@1 

.... 1 
1 61M@1 
1 61M@1 



63M 

64?i 

643^ 

65 

64 

63 

62 

63 



1 61}^@1 65 



Contract, 

December, 

per bu. 



65H@1 66 
64 @1 66 
65i^@l 67 

66Ji@i'66Ji 

64 ©1 65 
6414©1 65 
62M@1 63 
62 @1 63 
.... 163 

65 ©1 65M 
65M@1 67 
633^@1 65M 
63M@1 64 
.... 1 64M 
63M©1 65 
.... 1 63M 
.... 1 641^ 
64i^@l 64M 
65 ©1 653^ 
.... 1 653^ 
65M@1 66 
64M@1 65H 
64J4@1 64 J^ 
62i^@l 63% 
62M@1 63}^ 



1 62 ©1 67 



BARLEY 



Spot, 

by sample, 

per bu. 



97©1 01 
97@1 01 
97@1 02 
97@1 04}^ 
93@1 04 
96@1 03 
96©1 013^ 
90© 98 
90© 96}^ 
90© 973^ 
90© 97J^ 
90@1 01 
94©1 01 
94@1 00 
91@1 01 
93©1 00 
85@1 03 
85©1 01 
88©1 01 
87©1 00 
85©1 01 
92@1 OIJ^ 
86©1 013^ 
85©1 01 
76@1 01 
82©1 01 



Contract, 

November, 

per bu. 



76 ©1 043^ 
100© 1 43 



99M@1 00 
96 © 98^ 
96 @ 97 
97M@ 98 

97"@"97i4 

92J^@ 93 

90^©' '94% 
95 © 96 
94 © 9i}4 
94 

93%© "94" 

92 
nVi© 91% 



.... 933^ 
9234© 93 

9i%@' 92" 

88%©" '89" 



Contract, 

December, 

per bu. 



88M@1 00 



1 00H@1 00% 
99 ©1 0034 
99 © 99H 



9934@1 00 
9i}^S 991^ 

95 © 953^ 
94 © 941^ 
93Ji@ 94% 

96 

97 

95 
96'© 963^ 

96 © 963^ 

96 

94 © 96 
94%@ 94^ 

95 @ 96 
963^© 97 
.... 96J^ 
943^@ 953^ 

94' "©"95"" 

92 
92 © 93 

92 ©1 00% 



LARD 



December, 
per 100 lbs. 



January, 
per 100 lbs. 



25 90 ©26 123-^ 
25 80 ©25 90 
25 30 ©25 50 



25 30 ©26 12J^ 



SHORT RIB SIDES 



Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 



22 75 
22 40 

22 65 

23 10 
23 20 



24 40 

24 00 ©24 50 
23 30 ©23 673.'^ 



23 05 ©23 20 
23 05 ©23 30 
23 4214@23 55 

23 05 ©23 473^ 
22 70 ©23 02>-^ 
22 973^© 24 50 

24 75 ©26 20 
©26 00 
©25 60 
©25 15 
©24 55 



25 60 
25 25 
24 60 
23 75 



22 70 ©26 20 
20 55© 24 00 



@23 25 
©22 90 
@23 15 
©23 60 
©23 70 
22 823^© 23 323^ 
22 32i^@23 073^ 
21 823/^© 22 573^ 
21 323.^©22 07}^ 
21 55 ©22 30 
©22 65 
©23 00 
©23 55 
©22 15 
@22 00 
©22 00 
©22 35 
©22 50 
20 573^©22 073^ 
20 25 ©21 75 
©22 25 
©22 75 
©23 25 
©23 20 
©22 80 
©22 60 



November, 
per 100 lbs. 



21 95 

22 25 
21 80 
21 30 
20 50 
20 50 

20 65 

21 00 



21 25 

21 75 

22 25 
22 20 
21 80 
21 60 



20 25 
25 50 



©23 70 
©28 50 



22 973/^©23 27y 
22 673^@23 25 
22 2734©22 70 

22 65 ©23 00 

23 12^© 23 22M 
22 623^© 23 05 
22 123^@22 2234 
21 623^© 21 823^ 
21 12H©21 25 
21 30 ©21 623^ 

21 55 ©21 973^ 

22 20 ©22 45 
21 923^©22 55 
21 423^@21 80 
20 9234®21 40 

20 75 ©21 173^ 

21 15 ©21 30 
21 15 ©21 6214 

21 05 ©21 27yi 

20 70 ©21 00 

21 25 

21 75 

22 25 

22 20 ©22 40 

21 80 ©22 17J^ 
21 30 ©21 65 

20 70 @23 27M 



January, 
per 100 lbs. 



21 00 



20 373/2®21 00 
20 12i/2@20 60 
20 00 ®20 20 
20 00 ©20 173^ 
20 15 ©20 62y2 
20 223^@20 60 
20 15 ©20 35 

20 30 @21 973/^ 
22 50 @23 523/b 
22 85 @23 50 
22 473^@22 90 

21 80 ©22 40 
21 423^@21 923^ 



20 00 
20 40 



©23 523^ 
©25 00 



LIVE HOGS 



Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 



18 00 
17 50 
17 35 
17 50 
17 40 
17 25 
17 25 
17 00 
16 75 
16 75 
16 25 
16 50 
16 25 
16 00 

15 50 
14 50 
14 50 
14 00 
13 75 
13 50 

13 50 

14 65 

16 00 
16 25 
16 00 
16 00 



©19 90 
©19 65 
©19 40 
©19 45 
@19 25 
©19 25 
©18 90 
©18 80 
©18 60 
©18 60 
©18 50 
©18 75 
©18 75 
@18 65 
©18 45 
©18 15 
©17 90 
©17 75 
©17 65 
©17 60 
©17 50 
©18 00 
©18 60 
@18 85 
©18 40 
©18 45 



13 50 

14 35 



©19 90 
©19 65 



. ^Siri.'^.^t^:^:^ 



76 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES AT CHICAGO 

spot, and deliverable in succeeding months at 



WHEAT 



No. 2, 

Red, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



2 23 



. 2 
@,2 
. 2 
. 2 



23 
23 
24 
23 
24H 



2 24 



. 2 
©2 



24 
24H 



2 24 



2 24 ©2 
2 23 @2 
2 23 ©2 
2 241^® 2 
2 25i^@2 

2 

2 24 @2 
2 23 @2 

2'26"@2 
2 24i^©2 



24,^ 

25 

25 

25V^ 

26 

26 

25M 

26 ' 

26M 
26H 



2 23 



©2 26M 
. 2 17 



No. 2, 

Hard, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



2 23 



2 23 



©2 23}^ 
. 2 231/2 
©2 24 
. 2 24 

. 2 24^ 
. 2 24 



2 23Vi@2 24 
...... 2 23 



2 

! 2 

©2 

©2 

2 

2 

©2 

2 

2 24 ©2 
2 24J-^@2 
2 24}^©2 
2 23V2@2 
2 24 ©2 



2 23 
2 24 

225' 



241.4 

24 ' 

24J-2 

25 

23 

26 

26 

26 

25 

25 

25 

24H 

25 



2 23 



©2 26 
, 2 17 



No. 1, 
Northern, 

Spot, 
per bu. 



26 ©2 
26 @2 
26 ©2 
26 ©2 

26 ©2 
26H@2 

27 ©2 
26i^@2 
26H@2 
.... 2 
.... 2 



26H©2 
27 ©2 

27 ©2 
27H@2 

28 ©2 
27 ©2 
26 ©2 
26i^©2 
26H©2 
26i^@2 
26 ©2 



27 

28 

28 

27 

27 

27 

271^ 

28 

28 

27 

27 

28 

28 

28 

29 

29 

29 

28 

27J^ 

28 

28 

28 



2 26 



62 29 
2 20 



CORN 



Contract, Contract, j Contract, 
Spot, November, 1 December, 

per bu. per bu. | per bu. 



35©1 40 
35@1 40 
30© 1 35 
30©1 35 
30@1 35 
30© 1 35 
30@1 35 
30@1 35 
30@1 35 
30© 1 35 
33@1 38 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
35@1 40 
40©1 45 
40© 1 45 
40@1 45 
40©1 45 
35©1 40 
35@1 40 
35©1 40 
35@1 40 
35©1 40 



15 ©1 
14 @1 
13?^@1 
1834©1 
19J-g@l 

21M©1 
21 ©1 
20 



1 21 



1 30©1 45 
1 85©2_?9 



©1 
©1 
©1 
©1 
©1 
©1 
©1 
1 29^© 1 
1 30 ©1 
1 29 ©1 

'..'..'.'. i 



21 
21 
25 

26 



18 

16 

15?i 

23Hi 1 

2314 1 

25 ' 

24 

22 

23 

23 

25 



1 29 



26H'l 

30 il 

33 jl 
33 il 

31 |1 
30i'^! 1 

....il 



1 23i.i@l 



29 
33 



©1 
©1 



25H 
30 

32Ji 
38 



1 13M@1 38 



1214©1 
11M©1 
10^g@l 
14 ©1 
15^@1 
18V4©1 
175'g©l 
15?4@1 
176i@l 
17M©1 
18 ©1 
22 ©1 
24i/i©l 
26 ©1 
28}^@1 
283^@1 
26i^©l 
24 ©1 
21^©1 
21 ©1 
23^©1 

24i/2@l 
26 ©1 



Contract, 

Januarj , 

per bu. 



16M 
14^ 

13J^ 
215^- 1 
223^ 1 
22 
20 
19M 

mi 

20 

22K 

255/8 

28M 

32 

31 '/g 

3034 

29V^ 

25?i 

263.^ 

25H 

26M 

28 

28 



1 10J^©1 32 
1 14 ©1 25 



OATS 



Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 



145i@l 201.^ 
13 ©1 \b% 
\\H@\ UVi 
15K@1 22M 
16 ©1 24 
193'g©l 23 
18J4@1 211^; 
17}i@l 21>il 
19>^@1 2iyA 
19 ©1 211/2 
19i/g@l 23^! 
23}i@l 26>4 
25i.i@l SOJi 
27J^®1 34 
30i'^@l 34Ji 
30?4@1 33>i 
2814©1 32}^ 
25h©l 281^ 
225-g®l 2m 
2\%@\ 265^ 
243^©1 2714 
24M©1 28M 
25?4@1 28M 



1 11M@1 34Ji 
1 10i4@l 22}^ 



671^ 
675-^ 
68Ji 

72M 
72 

T2% 

73 

721^ 

72?i 

73M 

75 

76 

7514 

751.0 

75 

74 

725-^ 

74 

7iy2 

77 

77% 



Contract, 

November, 

perbu. 



67 ©68% 

67 ©68 

67 ©68% 

69M@72^ 

71^@73 

71H@72M 

7VA@nH 

71%@725^ 

723i©73 

715^@72M 

71^@72M 

73 ©74% 
73M@75 

74 ©76 

75 ©76 
75H@75M 
75 ©75M 
74 ©74% 
72%@74% 
73%©74 

74 ©74% 

75 ©77 
77 ©78 



67%©77M 
58%@72% 



67 ©78 





MESS PORK 


LARD 


c 
a 
Q 


Spot, November, 
per brl. per brl. 


January, 
per brl. 


May, 
per brl. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


November, 
per 100 lbs. 


1 


35 25 ©35 50 
35 25 ©35 50 

35 00 ©35 25 

36 00 ©36 25 

37 00 ©37 25 

38 00 ©38 25 

38 75 ©39 00 

39 00 ©39 25 

39 75 ©40 00 

40 00 ©40 25 

40 25 ©40 50 

41 25 ©41 50 
41 25 ©41 50 

41 25 ©41 50 

42 50 ©43 00 
42 50 ©43 00 

42 50 ©43 00 

43 50 ©44 00 

44 00 ©44 25 

44 00 ©44 25 

45 00 ©45 25 
47 50 ©48 00 
47 75 ©48 00 


34 50 ©34 90 

34 90 ©35 00 

34 50 ©34 80 

35 80 


39 45 ©40 00 

39 90 ©40 10 

39 75 




26 50 


26 37%@26 40 


•>, 




26 25 




4 




26 25 


26 25 


6 


40 50 ©42 00 

41 25 ©44 50 
43 50 ©44 40 

42 90 ©43 65 

42 85 ©44 10 

43 00 ©44 00 

44 00 ©44 47% 

44 65 ©45 30 

45 50 ©46 30 
45 60 ©46 ?0 

45 70 ©46 20 

46 25 ©46 60 
45 90 ©46 05 

45 80 ©46 35 

46 45 ©46 55 

45 90 ©46 87% 

46 00 ©46 45 
46 25 ©46 55 
46 35 ©46 45 
46 55 ©46 65 




26 65 ©26 75 
26 75 


26 60 ©26 70 


7 


35 80 ©36 80 




28 65 ©26 75 


8 




26 65 


26 60 ©26 70 


q 


37 80 ©38 80 
38 80 




26 65 


26 45 ©26 70 


? 




26 90 


26 65 ©26 85 


s 


39 00 ©39 40 
39 75 




. 26 85 


26 77%©26 90 


4 




26 80 ©26 90 

27 25 ©27 30 
27 15 ©27 20 
27 12%©27 17% 

27 00 




f> 


40 00 




26 85 ©27 20 


6 


41 00 




27 10 ©27 17% 


8 


41 00 




27 12%@27 20 


q 


41 00 




27 00 ©27 02% 


>0 


42 00 




27 05 


27 05 


M 


42 00 




26 80 


26 75 ©27 00 


>•> 


42 00 




26 65 


26 65 ©26 77% 


'3 


43 00 




26 70 


26 70 ©26 75 


'5 


43 75 




26 65 


26 65 ©26 75 
26 65 


'6 


43 75 




26 65 


7 


. 44 25 




26 75 


. 26 75 


q 


45 75 




26 35 


26 65 ©26 75 





45 75 




26 50 


. 26 95 












918 
917 


35 00 ©48 00 
42 50 ©52 00 


34 50 ©45 75 


39 45 ©46 87% 
41 35 ©48 57% 




26 25 ©27 30 
25 07%@28 20 


26 25 ©27 20 
24 90 ©27 95 









77 



FOR THE LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers' option as to time, during November, 1918. 



OATS 


RYE 


BARLEY 


Contract, 

December, 

perbu. 


Contract, 

January, 

per bu. 


No. 2 

Spot, 

perbu. 


Contract, 

December, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

January, 1919, 

perbu. 


Spot, 

h^ sample, 

perbu. 


Contract, 

December, 

pw bu. 


Contract, 

January, 1919, 

perbu. 


66 ©68M 

66M@67|^ 

65M@67J^ 

68M©70^ 

68H@71 

69?^©70M 

695^©70>^ 

69 @70J^ 

70 ©713^ 
70J^@715^ 
70}i©71^ 
715i@73 
72>^@74J^ 
72>g@75^ 
73^@74Ji 
73J|@74Ji 
73M©74>^ 
725^@73}i 

70yi®7Ws 

70 ©72 

71 ©72M 
71K©73 

72 ©73}^ 


66 ©68^ 

65M@67 

65i^@67J^ 

67M@70H 

68M@70M 

69^©703^ 

69}^@70 

&8H@70A 

my2@7oys 

695^@70K 
695^©71J^ 
71M@72^ 

72 ©745^ 

72%@75H 

73>^@75 

73H@74i^ 

73 ©74M 
72H©73}^ 
70 ©73 
69M@72J^ 
70M@72i^ 
70^@72?i 
71J^@725^ 


1 61 ©1 621^ 
1 61}^@1 62 
1 61K@1 62 

1 62 

1 62 

1 62 

1 62 

1 62 

1 62 ©1 62H 
1 62 ©1 62H 
1 62J4©1 63 
1 64 ©1 65 
1 65 ©1 66M 
1 68 ©1 68^ 
1 74 ©1 75J^ 

1 73M 

1 68H©1 71 
1 64i^©l 65 
1 60J^@1 64 
1 62 ©1 62}^ 
1 63 ©I 64^ 
1 64 ©1 64J^ 
1 623^©1 64 


1 62>4@1 63 
1 62 ©1 628^ 
1 62 ©1 63 
1 62M©1 64M 
1 62J-i@l 64H 
1631^ 

'.'.'.'.v. i'64'" 
1 64 ©1 64M 
1 64 ©1 65J^ 
1 66M@1 67 
1 66}^©1 67M 
1 68 ©1 72?^ 
1 7314©1 76M 
1 73}^®1 74M 
1 69ii©l 70 
1 64M©1 65M 
1 60i^@l 65 
1 61 ©1 62M 
1 63 ©1 633^ 
1 63}i©l 65 
1 62 ©1 62M 


1 64H©1 65}^ 

i"63^@i'64" 
1 64M©1 66M 
1 64 ©1 66M 

i'65 "©i'ee" 

1 64^©1 651^ 
1 65Ji©l 66 
1 66 ©1 mA 
1 66 ©1 68 
1 68}i@l 69 
1 68}^@1 70 
1 70 ©1 75 
1 75i^©l 79J^ 
1 76 ©1 77y2 
1 71 ©1 7h% 
1 66 ©1 70?^ 
1 62 ©1 67 
1 63 ©1 %h% 
1 65M@1 67 
1 66ii©l 66M 
1 64>i@l 661^ 


84© 98 
80© fl9 
82@1 00 
86@1 01 
95© 99 
81@1 01 
90©1 01 
93@1 03 
90@1 03A 
90@1 05 
97©1 04 
96@1 05 
95@1 07 
97@1 07 
99©1 09 
1 00@1 Q8A 
1 02©1 07 
98@1 05 
98©1 02 
90@1 02 
95©1 02 
94©1 03 
94© 1 02 


92 @ 93 

:.'.■::.■ "%\a 

QVA@ 93 
94 

93 © 93H 

94 

94 

95 © 96 
%%@ 97 
97M© 99 

99 

99 ©1 00 

9954©1 02 

1 01M@1 021^ 

1 02 

99H@l 00?i 
97 © 98 

92 

93 

"9i"@"93 " 


:::::: "98j^ 

1 00^2©! 011^ 

1 02 

1 02 @1 03 
1 02H©1 05 
1 04}^©1 06 
1 04 ©1 05H 
1 02 ©1 05 
1 00 ©1 02 
93J^@ 9%A 
94 © 961^ 
9514© 96H 
95H© ^A 
94 © 96 


65J^©75^ 
57?i©733^ 


65H@75H 


1 60}^©1 75^ 
1 76 ©1 801^ 


1 62 ©1 76?i 


1 62 ©1 79}^ 


80©1 09 
1 05@1 41 


91 ©1 02}^ 


933^@1 06 



LARD 


SHORT RIB SIDES 


UVEHOGS 


January, 
per 100 lbs. 


May, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


November, 
per 100 lbs. 


January, 
per 100 lbs. 


May, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot 
per 100 lbs. 


24 70 ©25 05 
24 70 ©24 90 

24 55 ©24 75 

25 25 ©25 70 

25 50 ©26 90 

26 40 ©26 77>^ 
26 30 ©26 621^ 
26 30 ©26 90 
26 30 ©26 70 
26 52i-^©26 72y2 
26 55 ©26 70 
26 42>'^©26 70 
26 25 ©26 45 
26 00 ©26 30 
26 27}-^©26 40 
26 00 ©26 27J^ 
25 75 ©26 171^ 
25 95 ©26 121^ 
25 97^©26 27^ 
25 87>^©26 10 
25 95 ©26 10 

25 95 ©26 07A 

26 02H@26 \2A 










22 25 ©23 25 
22 25 ©23 25 
22 25 ©23 25 

22 62J^@23 62H 

23 25 ©24 25 

23 60 ©24 60 

24 00 ©25 00 

24 00 ©25 25 

25 00 ©26 00 
24 50 ©25 50 
24 60 ©25 60 
24 75 ©25 75 
24 75 ©26 00 

24 75 ©26 00 

25 00 ©26 25 

24 75 ©26 00 

25 60 ©26 50 

25 75 ©26 75 

26 00 ©27 00 
26 00 ©27 00 
26 00 ©27 00 
26 50 ©27 25 
26 75 ©27 25 


22 00 ©22 10 

21 95 ©22 15 

22 00 ©22 10 
22 60 

22 95 ©23 10 

■23'75 "@23'96'" 

23 95 

24 25 ©24 45 
24 70 

24 50 ©24 95 

24 65 

25 00 

24 90 

25 20 

25 00 ©25 05 

25 371^ 

25 87}^ 

25 75 

25 75 

25 90 

26 00 


22 00 ©22 35 
22 05 ©22 175^ 

21 90 ©22 021^ 

22 25 ©23 10 

22 87M©24 15 

23 65 ©24 12J^ 
23 60 ©24 00 
23 55 ©24 25 
23 62J^©24 10 

23 92^©24 15 

24 05 ©24 721^ 
24 25 ©24 55 
24 40 ©24 671^ 
24 37i^@24 62J>^ 
24 55 ©24 70 
24 32}^©24 60 
24 30 ©24 62H 
24 57i^@24 70 
24 52;^@24 85 
24 A7A@2i 75 
24 50 ©24 77A 
24 62M©24 80 
24 70 ©24 8214 









16 00 ©18 45 
15 50 ©18 40 
15 50 ©18 50 
15 75 ©18 55 
15 50 ©18 40 

15 50 ©18 45 

16 25 ©18 00 
15 25 ©18 10 
15 25 ©18 10 
15 00 ©18 00 
15 25 ©18 10 

14 00 ©17 90 

15 25 ©18 00 
15 00 ©17 85 
15 25 ©18 00 
15 25 ©17 90 
15 25 ©18 00 

15 50 ©18 10 

16 00 ©18 40 
16 00 ©18 20 
16 00 ©18 40 
16 00 ©18 00 
15 00 ©17 80 


24 55 ©26 90 
22 45 ©25 52^2 


'23'62i^@25'46' 


22 25 ©27 25 
25 50 ©28 25 


21 95 ©26 00 


21 90 ©24 85 

22 32^@26 25 


22'i5' @26'6. 


14 00 ©18 55 
) 15 70 ©18 10 



tid^j f^f^M^^':^.'' 



78 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES AT CHICAGO 













Spot, and deliverable in succeeding months at 




WHEAT 


CORN 


d 

Q 


No. 2, 
Red, 
Spot, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

Hard, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


No. 1, 

Northern, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

December, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

January, 

pir bu. 


Contract, 

February, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 

per bu. . 


2.. 
3 


2 263^@2 27 
2 27 


2 24M@2 25 

2 241^ 

2 25 @2 26}^ 

2 26 

2 23 @2 26yi 
2 26 


2 26 @2 271/^ 
2 26 @2 27Vi; 
2 27H@2 28' ■ 

2 28 

2 27H®2 28 
2 27 @2 28 
2 27 @2 29 
2 29 @2 30 
2 28i^@2 301^ 
2 28 @2 31 
2 29 @2 30 
2 28 ©2 30 
2 28 @2 29 
2 28 @2 29 
2 28 @2 28J,^ 
2 281^2 


1 35@1 40 
1 40® 1 45 
1 43@1 48 
1 43@1 48 
1 45® 1 50 
1 40@1 45 
1 35@1 40 
1 35® 1 40 
1 35@1 40 
1 40@1 45 
1 40® 1 45 
1 40® 1 45 
1 40® 1 45 
1 40® 1 45 
1 42®1 47 
1 42®1 47 
1 45@1 50 
1 45@1 50 
1 45® 1 50 
1 45® 1 50 
1 45@1 50 
1 50®1 55 
1 50® 1 55 
1 50®1 55 
1 50® 1 55 


1 25M@1 29M 
1 2Si^@l 32 
1 30M@1 34 
1 34 @1 35 
1 33}^@1 35 
1 30 ®1 33 
1 30J^@1 33J^ 
1 34 @1 36 
1 34 @1 3414 
1 36 @1 391.4 
1 39 ®1 41 
1 38 ®1 39^ 
1 38 @1 iW- 
1 37 @1 3814 
1 38J4®1 40k 
1 39J/2@1 41?4 
1 43J4®1 47 
1 47 @1 48 
1 48 @1 49 

1 49 

1 4934@1 51 
1 52J^®1 581^ 
1 57H®1 61 
1 mim 64 
1 59 @1 64 


1 26 @1 29H 
1 27?4@1 32 
1 293^@1 33M 
1 31^@1 333^ 
1 30^@1 33 
1 273^®1 301^ 
1 273^@1 31^ 
1 303^@1 3234 
1 305^@1 32^ 
1 35 ®1 37 
1 35^@1 38J^ 
1 ZWi@l 383^ 
1 34^@1 37H 
1 33^@1 36M 
1 3534@l 371^ 
1 35M®1 373/^ 
1 37}4@1 40 
1 38}^©1 41 
1 38H@1 403^ 
1 387^@1 39J^ 
1 38M@1 42 
1 42 ®1 44 
1 4l34@l 433^ 
1 42M®1 453^ 
1 42M@1 45 


1 26M@1 29M 
1 2834@1 32 
1 2934®1 3:3 
1 31^®1 3334 
1 303-^®! 32^ 
1 271^2®! 29M 
1 27 @1 303^ 
1 29?^@1 313^ 
1 2934@1 31 
1 3434@1 37 
1 34M@1 38 
1 34M@1 37 
1 333^@1 35^ 
1 3234@1 34^ 
1 33'/g@l 36 
1 33J^@1 3534 
1 35?i@l ZIH 
1 355^@1 37T^ 

1 3534@i zm 

1 353-<5@l 365^ 
1 34J^@1 ZVA 




4 


2 27 




5 


2 28 




6 


2 28 




7 




1 28 @1 30 


9.. 
10.. 
11 


2 29 @2 31 
2 31 @2 32 


2 26M 

!!!!!! 226" 


1 273^@i zm 

1 293/g@J 31 
1 28M@1 301/^ 


U 


2 3i 


1 34U@1 37 


13.. 
14 




1 35 ®1 39 
1 35J<®1 38 J4 


16 


2 30}/^ 


2 26 

2 26 @2 27 


1 34>4@1 3734 


17.. 
18.. 
19 


2 si 


1 333i®l 35J^ 
1 34^@1 Z&Vs 
1 343/^@l 35% 


'^0 


2 31 


2 27 

2'26J^@2'27i-^ 

'.'.'.'.'.'. 2'27J4 
2 27 @2 28 
2 27 


2 28 
2'28"@2 281/^ 
2 28 @2 30 
2 28 @2 28H 
2 28 @2 30 
2 28 @2 30 
2 26 @2 29 
2 28 @2 29 
2 27 @2 30 


1 353^®1 37M 


21.. 


'.'...'.'. 2 33ii 


1 35^®1 373^ 
1 343^^®! 363^ 


24.. 
?6 


'.'.'.'.'.'. 2ii" 


1 343<@1 353^ 
1 337/^®l 361^ 


27.. 
98 


2 35 @2 36 


1 38 ®1 39^11 365^@1 3834 
1 3634@1 38'.^jl 35M®1 37 
1 37M@1 3934 1 361^® 1 375/^ 


?0 


2 42 


2 27}i@2 28 


31.. 




1 373i@l 3834 


1 353^®1 37 


1918 
1917 


2 26M@2 42 
2 17 


2 23 @2 28 
2 17 


2 26 @2 31 
2 20 


1 35® 1 ,55 
1 60® 1 90 


1 25M®1 64 
1 2V/im 21% 


1 26 @1 45K 


1 2634® 1 39M 


1 27^@1 39 
1 nVim 2634 



Q 



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3!' 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
23. 
24. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
30. 
31. 

1918 
1917 



MESS PORK 



Spot, 
per brl. 



$47 75 

47 75 
49 25 
49 25 
49 00 

48 75 
48 75 
48 25 
48 25 
48 25 
48 50 
47 75 
46 75 

46 75 

47 00 

46 75 

47 50 
47 00 
46 75 
46 25 

46 25 

47 25 
47 00 
46 50 
46 50 



®48 00 
©48 00 
®49 50 
@49 50 
@49 25 
®49 00 
©49 00 
@48 50 
©48 50 
©48 50 
©48 75 
©48 00 
©47 00 
©47 00 
@47 25 
©47 00 
@48 00 
©47 25 
©47 00 
©46 50 
©46 50 
©47 50 
©47 25 
©48 00 
©47 75 



46 25 

47 00 



©49 50 
©52 00 



Januarj-, 
per brl. 



S46 80 ©47 35 

47 70 ©48 15 

48 15 ©48 65 
48 55 ©48 65 

48 50 

48 00 ©48 15 
48 12i^@48 60 
48 60 ©48 75 
48 75 ©48 95 
48 50 ©48 90 
48 85 ©48 90 
47 85 ©48 60 

'46'46"@47'00 

47 30 

47 00 

.'.'.'.'.'.v. 4675 

'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 47'56 

'..'.'.'.'.'.'. 4800' 
47 75 ©48 05 

46 40 ©48 95 
43 75 ©48 05 



May, 
per brl. 



July, 
per brl. 



47 00 ©47 50 



44 00 

44 00 

45 00 

44 80 

45 00 
44 35 
43 35 
42 35 
42 25 

42 75 

43 60 
43 00 
42 40 
42 90 
42 45 

42 60 

43 00 
43 75 
43 50 



@44 30 
©44 85 
©45 40 
©45 20 
©45 35 
©45 35 
©43 55 
©42 85 
©43 40 
©43 00 
©43 SO 
©44 00 
@42 75 
©43 05 
©42 60 
©42 90 
©43 10 
©43 8734 
©44 10 



42 25 

43 60 



©47 50 
©47 00 



LARD 



Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 



26 40 



. 26 50 

. 26 623^ 

. 26 5734 

. 26 40 

. 26 25 

. 26 15 

. 26 30 
©26 45 

. 26 35 

. 26 2214 

. 26 00 

. 25 50 

. 24 90 

. 24 50 

. 24 05 

. 23 70 

. 24 20 

. 24 00 

. 24 00 

. 23 80 

. 23 70 

. 23 90 

. 23 8734 

. 24 00 

. 23 50 



23 50 
23 65 



©26 623^ 
©25 75 



Januarv, 
per 100 ibs. 



$26 073^©26 173^ 
26 25 ©20 40 
26 25 ©26 4734 
26 32W@26 50 
26 17^@?6 3734 
26 15 ©26 20 
26 20 ©26 3234 
26 30 ©26 45 
26 35 @26 45 
26 1734©26 42}^ 
25 90 @26 10 
25 50 ©25 90 
25 00 ©25 20 
24 50 ©24 60 
24 023^@24 50 

23 6734@23 75 

24 00 ©24 20 
24 00 ©24 30 
23 &7y2@2i 00 
23 80 ©23 85 

23 70 

23 87H©23 95 
23 75 ©23 90 
23 90 ©24 25 
23 50 ©24 10 



23 50 
23 15 



©26 50 
©24 95 



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79 



FOR THE LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 



sellers' o 


ptio7i as 


to time during -kDecember, 1918. 








OATS 


RYE 


BARLEY 


Contract, 

Spot, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

December, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

January, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 
Spot, 
per bu. 


January 
Rye. 


February 
Rye. 


Spot, 

By 

Sample, 

per bu. 


February 
Barley. 


.... 733^ 
.... 72^ 
.... 7334 
.... 733i 
.... 733i 
.... 72M 
.... 73 
.... 7334 
.... 733^ 
.... 74 
.... 7434 
.... 72J^ 
.... 7VA 
.... 71J4 
.... 71^ 
.... 7134 
. . . . 7134 
. . . . 7iys 
.... 695/^ 
.... 68^ 
.... 68 
.... 68M 
.... 69^ 
.... 695-^ 
.... 69 


72 ©73^ 
72K©7334 
7234@7354 
7334©73?4 
7334©733^ 
7234©733i 
7234@73 

723^@7334 

73 ©7334 

74 ©75 
73J^©74?4 
72Ji©74 

7\y4,@7m 

71 - @72>i 

7134@72 

70M©7134 

71^©71M 

713^@71M 

69M©7034 

6834@69i-4 

6734©683/$ 

6854@6934 

6834©6934 

6934©70 

69flAmWs 


71^©733^ 

72 ©7334 

7134@7334 

72J^@7334 

723-g@73 

71H@7234 

71^@72M 

725/^@733i 

7234@73 

7334©7434 

73^@74i4 

723-2@74Vg 

7134©73 

7054©72 

713^©713^ 

70^©715^ 

71^©7r^ 

7054©713^ 

69^©70J-^ 

6834@70 

6734©68M 

68V^@69^ 

68J^©693i 

6934©70 

67M©69?4 


7iy2©7VA 

7134©72i4 
72 ©723^ 
72 ©7234 
73^©7434 
7334©7434 
72J^@743.^ 
71^©7334 
70%©72»4 
7134@723^ 
7054@7134 
71?^©72i4 
71 ©713:i 
6954©713^ 
68M©703^ 
67%©6934 
693^©70J^ 
69 ©7034 
70i^@70J^ 
69>^@7034 


1 62 ©1 623-2 
1 6234©1 64 
1 63 ©1 6334 
1 6234@1 63 

1 6234 

1 62 

1 62 ©1 6234 

1 6234 

1 6234 

1 6234@1 633i 

1 6234 

1 62 ©1 6234 
1 62 ©1 6234 
1 54 ©1 62 
1 60 ©1 62 
1 6134©! 6234 
1 62 ©1 6234 

1 62 

1 62 ©1 6234 

1 62 

1 62 

1 62 ©1 6234 
1 61 ©1 6234 

1 62 

1 62 ©1 6234 


1 6334©1 65 
1 6434@1 65 
1 633^@1 6534 
1 633«©1 64 

1 633-4 

1 63^©1 6334 
1 6134©! 6334 
1 6234@1 64 
1 62J4@1 63 
1 6234@1 64 
1 6234©1 63 
1 6234@1 63 
1 6234©1 6234 
1 55 ©1 6234 
1 57 ©1 6134 

1 61 

1 61 

1 60 ©1 6054 


1 65M©1 6634 
1 66?4©1 6734 
1 6734©l 6734 
1 66 ©1 6634 

i"65"©r66" 
1 65 ©1 6534 
1 653i©l 6634 
1 64 ©1 65 

1 6434 

1 64 ©1 6434 
1 5734@1 6334 
1 5834©1 6214 
1 62 ©1 6234 
1 62 ©1 6234 
1 61M©1 62 
1 61 


93 ©1 00 
93 © 99 

95 ©1 01 

93 ©1 02 

94 @1 03 

92 ©1 0234 
91 ©1 02 

94 @1 04 
9634©1 06 

97 ©1 06 

98 ©1 06 

96 ©1 05 

93 ©1 01 

91 © 983^ 

92 ©1 01 

92 ©1 03 

95 ©1 04 
90 ©1 03 
95 ©1 02 
90 ©1 02 

95 ©1 02 

93 ©1 03 
93 ©1 03 

96 ©1 03 
98 ©1 01 


9534© 97 

96 @ 97 

9834© 99" 

99 © mi 

98 
993-^©! 02 
993-^©l 00 
.... 1 0034 
1 00©1 01 
98 ©1 00 ' 
95J4© 97 ' 
90 © 9534 
93M© 95 
95 © 97?4 

97 © 9834 
9734© 98 ■ 

9334© 9634 


1 59 ©1 60 

16134 

1 6034 

1 61 

1 61 


1 60M@i 6134 

1 6234@1 63 
1 62 

:::;:: 16234 


9334© 9434 
9434© 95 

9434© 9454 


68 ©7434 
7034©80^ 


6734@75 
6934©81M 


6734@7434 


67J^@743^ 
6834©77J4 


1 54 ©1 64 
1 79 ©1 85 


1 55 ©1 6534 


1 5734© 1 673-^ 


90 ©1 00 
1 18 ©1 63 


90 ©1 02 



LARD 






. SHORT RIB SIDES 








UVE HOGS 


May, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


January, May, 
per 100 lbs. per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


Spot, 
per 100 lbs. 


25'56""@25'75 
25 65 ©25 90 
25 40 ©25 60 






26 50 ©27 50 
26 25 ©27 50 
26 75 ©27 50 
26 75 ©27 50 
26 75 ©27 25 
28 50 ©27 25 
26 75 ©27 25 
26 50 ©27 25 
26 50 ©27 25 
26 25 ©27 25 
26 25 ©27 00 
26 00 ©26 50 
25 00 ©26 00 
24 25 ©25 50 
23 50 ©25 25 

23 50 ©25 25 

24 75 ©25 50 
24 50 ©25 50 
24 75 ©25 50 
24 50 ©25 00 
24 3734©24 8734 
24 25 ©24 75 
24 25 ©25 00 
24 3714©25 00 
24 3734©25 00 


24 8734®25 1234 

25 25 ©25 50 
25 4234@25 7234 
25 6234©25 75 
25 47i4@25 70 
25 5234©25 623-^ 
25 50 ©25 80 
25 65 ©25 9234 
25 75 ©25 90 
25 70 ©25 8734 
25 60 ©25 75 
25 2234©25 6234 
24 7234@24 80 
24 25 ©24 85 
24 6234@24 80 

24 75 

24 80 ©25 15 

24 75 ©25 3734 
25 00 

25 00 ©25 15 

24 8234©24 85 

25 05 ©25 10 
25 0234©25 0734 
25 35 ©25 5734 
25 70 ©25 90 


24 35 ©24 50 
24 70 ©24 90 
24 80 ©25 10 
24 90 ©25 05 
24 6734@24 80 
24 60 ©24 80 
24 55 ©24 7234 
24 65 ©24 95 
24 8734@25 05 
24 873-2@25 0734 
24 85 ©25 1734 
24 6734©25 223-^ 
24 1734@24 50 
23 6734©23 90 
23 6234©24 1234 
23 55 ©23 8234 
23 6734©24 15 
23 7234@24 20 
23 50 ©23 70 
23 70 ©23 80 
23 5234©23 70 
23 50 ©23 7234 

23 65 ©23 80 

24 00 ©24 20 
23 85 ©24 25 








16 25 ©17 85 
16 25 ©17 85 
16 10 ©17 90 
16 25 ©17 75 
16 00 ©17 75 


25 25 ©25 45 
25 20 ©25 40 
25 45 ©25 75 






15 75 ©17 75 

15 75 ©17 70 

16 00 ©17 75 


25 75 ©25 85 
25 75 ©25 90 
25 55 ©25 8234 
25 3234©25 65 
24 8234@25 10 
24 3234©24 50 
24 023^©24 40 
23 90 ©24 0734 

23 90 ©24 4734 

24 10 ©24 55 
23 9234@24 1234 






15 00 ©17 85 

15 00 ©17 90 

16 00 ©17 80 
15 75 ©17 70 
15 75 ©17 70 
15 50 ©17 70 
15 50 ©17 65 
15 50 ©17 65 
15 50 ©17 65 
15 50 ©17 65 
15 50 ©17 75 


24 00 ©24 10 
23 80 ©23 90 






15 50 ©17 25 
15 50 ©17 80 


23 85 ©24 0234 
23 8734©24 073-21 






15 50 ©17 85 
15 60 ©17 90 


24 20 ©24 4234 
24 0234©24 5234 






15 75 ©18 00 
15 70 ©18 00 


23 80 ©25 90 
23 40 ©25 00 






23 50 ©27 50 
23 00 ©28 00 


24 25 ©25 9234 
23 2734@25 70 


23 50 ©25 2214 
23 45 ©25 70 








15 00 ©18 00 
15 20 ©17 75 



*0n and after Satur(jay, December 7, 1918, all regulations heretofore enacted, governing the trading in Corn, Oats, Rye 
and Barley for future delivery, are hereby rescinded, excepting that regulation relating to the maximum amount (200,000 bu.), 
in any one commodity, which may be carried by any one person. However, in addition to the aforesaid amount, it will be per- 
missible to cany so-called spread accounts to the extent of 200,000 bushels on each side. 



80 



The following table is a statement of the extreme prices in Chicago 
of Contract Wheat (spot) each year for the period of fifty-two years, 
indicating the month in which such prices were obtained: 

WHEAT. 



Yenr. 



1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 



1918 



Months the lowest prices 
were reached. 

August 

November 

December 

April 

August 

November 

September 

October 

February 

July 

August 

October 

January 

August , 

January , 

December , 

October 

December 

March 

October 

August 

April 

June 

February 

July 

October 

July 

July 

January 

August 

April 

October 

December 

January 

July 

October 

March 

January 

August 

Aug. and Sept 

January 

July 

August 

November 

April 

Nov. and Dec 

October 

July 

August 

June 

February 

Jan., Feb., Mar., Apl., 
May 



Range for the 
entire yenr. 



1 55 @2 85 
1 04H@'2 20 

76i^@2 47 

73K@1 31K 
99H@1 32 
1 01 @1 61 

89 @1 46 
81M@1 28 
83M@1 30^ 
83 @1 26H 

1 Omm 76 J^ 

77 @1 14 

81^@1 333^ 

86i^@l 32 

953^@.l 43 J4 

9iy8@l 40 

90 @1 13^ 
69 @ 96 
73 ^@ 91 3i 
69^@ 84^ 
66^ @ 94% 
71K@2 00 

75H@1 08% 
74K@1 08M 
8434@1 16 
69M@ 91% 
54%@ 85 
50%@ 63% 
48J^@ 81^ 
53 @ 943^ 
663^@1 06 
62 @1 85 
64 @ 793^ 
61H@ 87M 
QSVs® 79^ 
67H@ 95 
70%@ 93 
81%@1 22 
777^@1 24 
693^@ 94% 
71 @1 22 

siHm 11 

99%@1 60 

89K@1 29^ 

83%@1 17 

85 @1 22 

80M@1 155^ 
77%@1 33 
98 @1 68 
98J4'@2 02 
1 51H@3 45 

|2 17 @2 42 



Months the highest prices 
were reached. 



May. 

July. 

August. 

July. 

Feb., April and Sept. 

August. 

July. 

April. 

August. 

December. 

Mav. 

April. 

December. 

January. 

October. 

April and May. 

June. 

February. 

April. 

January. 

June. 

September. 

February. 

August. 

April. 

February. 

April. 

April. 

May. 

November. 

December. 

May. 

May. 

June. 

December. 

September. 

September. 

Sept., Oct. and Dec 

February. 

May. 

October. 

May. 

June. 

July. 

October. 

April and May. 

January. 

September. 

February. 

October. 

May. 

December. 



81 

The following table is a statement of the extreme prices in Chicago 
of Contract Corn (spot) each year for the period of fifty-two years, 
indicating the month in which such prices were obtained : 

CORN. 



Year. 

1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918* 



Months the lowest prices 
were reached. 



March 

December 

January 

December 

December 

October 

June 

January 

December 

February 

March 

December 

January 

April 

February 

December 

October 

December 

January 

October 

February 

December 

December 

February 

December 

January 

December 

February 

December 

September 

January and Feb.. 

January 

December 

January 

January 

December 

December 

January 

Jan. and Dec 

Feb. and March. . 

January 

February 

January 

December 

Jan., Feb., March. 

December 

January 

January 

October 

May 

January 

November 



Range for the 
entire year. 



Months the highest prices 
were reached. 



56M@1 


12 


- October. 


52 @1 


021^ 


August. 


44 @ 


97H 


August. 


45 @ 


941^ 


May. 


39K@ 


56^ 


March and May 


29M@ 


485^ 


May. 


27 @ 


54% 


December. 


49 @ 


86 


September. 


45M@ 


76^ 


May and July. 


38^@ 


49 


May. 


375^@ 


58 


April. 


29J^@ 


435/^ 


March. 


293^@ 


49 


October. 


31J^@ 


43% 


November. 


35 M@ 


763^ 


October. 


79M@ 


813^ 


July. 


46 @ 


70 


January. 


34M@ 


87 


September. 


34M@ 


49 


April and May. 


333^® 


45 


July. 


33 @ 


51J^ 


December. 


33i^@ 


60 


May. 


29M@ 


60 


November. 


27M@ 


54% 


November 


39i^@ 


80 


November. 


37i^@l 


00 


May. 


34^@ 


44 K 


May. 


33M@ 


59^ 


August. 


24K@ 


54% 


May. 


19J^@ 


30^ 


April. 


21M@ 


325^ 


August. 


26 @ 


38 


December. 


30 @ 


38% 


January. 


30K@ 


49 K 


November. 


36 @ 


66% 


December. 


43 3^® 


88 


July. 


41 @ 


53 


July and August. 


42%® 


58% 


N ovember. 


42 ® 


64% 


May. 


39 ® 


54% 


June. 


39%® 


66% 


October. 


56 J^® 


82 


May and Sept. 


58M@ 


77 


June. 


451^® 


68 


January. 


45^® 


76 


November. 


47>^® 


83 


August. 


46M@ 


78% 


Aug. and Sept. 


60 ® 


86 


August. 


59M@ 


82% 


August. 


69 @1 


11 


October. 


93H@2 36 


August. 


30 @1 


85 


January. 



•No. 2 White sold at $2.03. 



82 



The following table is a statement of the extreme prices in Chicago 
of Contract Oats (spot) each year for the period of fifty-two years, 
indicating the month in which such prices were obtained: 

OATS. 



Year. 



1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 



Months the lowest prices 
were reached. 

August 

October. .- 

October 

September 

August 

Oct. and Nov 

April 

August 

December 

.July 

August 

October 

January 

August 

February 

September 

September 

December 

September 

October 

March and April.... 

September 

October 

February 

October 

January 

July 

January 

December 

September 

February 

Aug. and Sept 

August 

August 

January 

November 

March 

Oct. and Dec 

September 

March 

January 

August 

August 

October 

March 

November 

March 

August 

October 

June 

August 

October 



Range for the 
entire year. 



38K@ 
413^@ 
351^© 

32 K© 
27 @ 

20}4® 
23M@ 
37M@ 
29K@ 

27 @ 
22 @ 

18 @ 
19H@ 

22 H@ 
29 K@ 
30H@ 

25 @ 

23 @ 
24M@ 
22K@ 
23i^@ 
23i^@ 
17H@ 

19M@ 

26 @ 

28 @ 
2iy8@ 
26 @ 

leys® 

14 M@ 
15^@ 
20M@ 

19 M@ 
21 @ 

23M@ 

29^@ 

31 M@ 
2SM© 
25 @ 

28K@ 
33M@ 
46 @ 
363^@ 
29H@ 
28K@ 
30^@ 
31^@ 

33 3^ @ 

35 M@ 
37 %@ 
51 @ 
66M@ 



90 

74 

71 

533^ 

51M 

43 M 

40^^ 

71 

64 K 
35 

45 M 

72 H 

36^ 

35 

47^ 

02 

43 H 

34M 

361^ 

35 

31K 
38 

26K 

45 

563^ 

34^ 

S2K 

50 

31 J^ 

20^ 

233^ 

32 

28 M 

263^ 

48 3i 

71 

45 

46 

343^ 

42 M 

56H 

603^ 

623^ 

49 

47% 

58 M 

43^ 

513^ 

60H 

57 

85 

93 



Months the highest prices 
were reached. 



June. 

Mav. 

July. 

May. 

March and April. 

June. 

December. 

July. 

May. 

September. 

May. 

July. 

December. 

January and May. 

October. 

July. 

March. 

April. 

April. 

January. 

December. 

May. 

February 

November. 

April. 

August. 

May. 

June. 

June. 

Feb. and March. 

December. 

May. 

February. 

June. 

December. 

July. 

July. 

Februarv. 

July. 

June. 

September. 

July. 

May. 

February. 

November. 

April. 

September. 

September. 

March. 

November. 

July. 
Februarv. 



Ivjfi^ad 



83 

The following table exhibits the monthly range of spot 
prices for No. 2 Rye in the Chicago market during the past 
sixteen years: 



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January 


February 


March 


April 


May 


June 


1901.... 


40 


@ 63 


38 


@ 64 


38 


@ 59 


40 


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40 


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1902.... 


52 


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57 


® 71 


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® 72 


58 


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42 


@ 58 


44 


@ 56 


43 


@ 55 


38 


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40 


@ 56 


44 


® 54 


1904.... 


35 


@ 61 


38 


@ 61 


36 


® 60 


30 


@ 60 


30 


® 59 


35 


@ 59 


1905.... 


38 


@ 50 


37 


® 48 


40 


@ 48 


40 


@ 49 


40 


@ 50 


43 


@ 50 


1906. . . . 


38 


® 55 


38 


@ 53 


38 


® 53 


39H® 53 


42 


® 56 


44 


® 58 


1907. . . . 


40 


@ 67 


47 


@ 65 


55 


@ 75 


55 


® 74 


51 


® 85 


55 


® 76 


1908. . . . 


65 


@1 06 


60 


® 95 


65 


@ 93 


60 


@ 87 


60 


® 75 


46 


@ 66 


1909. . . . 


57 


@ 66 


59 


@ 663^ 


60 


® 68 


61 


@ 67H 


65 


@ 78 


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1910.... 


58 


@ 74 


62 


@ 73 


50 


@ 73 


42 


® 70 


54 


@ 68 


45 


@ 69 


1911.... 


65 


@1 00 


65 


@ 98 


60 


@1 14 


65 


®1 17 


63 


®1 15 


55 


@1 17 


1912.... 


80 


@1 37 


70 


@1 32 


70 


®138 


80 


@1 40 


68 


@1 33 


58 


@1 20 


1913.... 


48 


@ 71 


45 


® 71 


42 


® 67 


42 


@ 69 


45 


® 68 


48 


® 64 


1914.... 


49 


@ 79 


48 


@ 72 


47 


@ 00 


47 


@ 66 


44 


® 64 


46 


@ 66 


1916.... 


63 


@ 87 


70 


@ 90 


68 


@ 86 


70 


® 82 


72 


@ 80 


65 


@ 78 


1916.... 


61 


@ 82 


62 


@ 81 


60 


® 78 


62 


® 78 


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58 


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97 


@1 33 


98 


@1 29 


98 


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1 10 


@1 62 


1 39 


@1 65 


96 


@1 52 


1918.... 


1 35 


@1 75 


1 60 


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1 65 


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1 40 


@1 98 


1 00 


@1 77 


95 


@1 50 




July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


1901.... 


38 


@ 61 


46 


@ 66 


49 


@ 62 


49 


® 60 


52 


® 63 


55 


@ 64H 


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48 


@ 73 


45 


@ 64 


42 


@ 63 


38 


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37 


® 60 


38 


® 61 


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43 


® 53 


36 


® 57 


48 


® 62 


42 


® 62 


38 


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38 


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1904. . . . 


30 


@ 55 


30 


@ 55 


36 


@ 55 


36 


@ 52 


37 


® 52 


38 


® 52 


1905.... 


43 


@ 52 


38 


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35 


@ 52 


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38 


@ 53 


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40 


@ 52 


38 


@ 53 


38 


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40 


@ 56 


42 


@ 55 


45 


@ 56 


1907.... 


50 


@ 66 


55 


@ 87 


68 


@1 05 


50 


@1 10 


62 


® 95 


65 


® 98 


1908. . . . 


54 


@ 74 


58 


@ 68 


55 


@ 67 


62 


® 62 


53 


® 67 


56 


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64 


@ 73 


43 


@ 70 


43 


® 65 


48 


® 65 


51 


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@ 72 


1910. . . . 


48 


@ 77 


48 


® 75 


48 


@ 75 


55 


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55 


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55 


® 90 


1911.... 


60 


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60 


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65 


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75 


@1 26 


75 


@1 39 


80 


@1 30 


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42 


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42 


@ 77 


42 


@ 76 


47 


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44 


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42 


@ 77 


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45 


@ 64 


43 


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52 


@ 85 


48 


@ 85 


48 


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1914.... 


47 


® 58 


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@ 79 


54 


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@ 76 


57 


@ 78 


55 


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63 


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76 


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HIGHEST AND LOWEST PRICES AT CHICAGO OF 

COMMODITIES NAMED BELOW FOR 

FUTURE DELIVERY 

For a period of four years, showing the dates when such prices occurred. 



ARTICLES 


1915 Delivery. 


1916 Delivery. 


Hiehest. 


Lowest. 


Highest. 


Lowest. 


Wheat— May 

July... 
Sept.... 
Dec 


167 Feb. 5,1915 
143^ Feb. 5,1915 
133J< Feb. 2,1915 
128JI Dec. 27, 1915 


8i% July 14,1914 

100 June 22, 1915 

91«^ Sept. 7,1915 

8914 Sept. 7,1915 


1385^.... Jan. 26,1916 
1283^.... Jan. 28,1916 
1575^.... Sept. 29, 1916 
192 Ji.... Oct. 30.1916 


93 ....Sept. 7.1915 

991^.... June 24. 1916 

102M--. -June 24, 1916 

105Ji....June23.24,'16 


Corn— May 

July, 

Sept 

Deo., 


835^ Feb. 2,3. 1915 
855-^ Feb. 2,1915 
86?-^ Feb. 2,1915 
75ii Dec. 27,1915 


541^ Julv 6.1914 
68^ Dec. 8,1914 
65 Sept. 30, 1915 
53 Oct. 4, 1915 


815^. . . . Jan. 29,31,'16 
84H....July 28,1916 
91 ....Sept. 8,1916 
99Ji....Nov.l4,1916 


55 ....Oct. 4,1915 
55?^H.Oct. 2,1915 
68 J^.... May 29.1916 
593^.... May 25. 1916 


Oats— May 

July 

Sept 

Dec 


62 Feb. 2,1915 
59Ji July 31,1915 

50H Feb. 13,1915 

U% Dec. 7,1915 


385^ July 1.1914 
42J^ June 22,1915 

355^ Aug. 31. 1915 

35}i-^Sept. 7,1915 


54^g....Jan. 26.1916 
^0?i....Jan. 19,1916 
ijiy /Aug.26,28.'16 
*^^--\Sept. 6.1916 
69 ....Nov. 14. 1916 


373-4-5^. Sept. 22. 1915 
375i....Junel9.1916 

38 . . . .Jane 23.24.'16 

39>ci....June 23,1916 


Pork — ^Jan 

May 

July 

Sept 

Oct 

Nov 


2315 Sept. 4,1914 
2030 Nov. 7,1914 
2025 Feb. 3,1915 
20171.^ Feb. 6,1915 
1790 May 14, 1915 
1700 June 11, 1915 
1725 Dec. 8,1915 


1782H Dec. 11,1914 
16721^ April 1,1915 
1305 July 28,1915 
1195 Sept. 9,1915 
1205 Sept.9,20, '15 
1267}^ Sept. 22, 1915 
12323^ Sept. 20, 1915 


2115 ...Jan. 31.1916 
2430 ...May 15. 1916 
2650 ...July 29.1916 
2887}^... Sept. 30. 1916 
2925 ...Oct. 24.25,'16 


1465 ...Sept. 20, 1915 
1505 ...Sept. 21, 1915 
2020 ...Feb. 8,1916 
201214... June 6,1916 
2025 ...June 6,1916 


Dec 


2830 ...Nov. 27, 1916 


21S0 ...Oct. 4,1916 


Lard— Jan 

May 

July 

Sept 

Oct 

Nov 


1105 Jan. 28,1915 
1160 Feb.2, 3, 1915 
11771^ Feb. 2,1915 
1105 Feb. 10,1915 

965 Oct. 14,1915 

9671^ Oct. 14,1915 
980 Dec. 30, 1915 


895 Aug. 4.1914 
947;^ May 19, 1915 
750 July 28,1915 
762}^ July 28.1915 
-75 f July 28.1915 
"" lAug. 5.1915 
7971.2 Sept. 21, 1915 
830 Sept. 24, 1915 


1082}^... Jan. 19, 1916 
1315 ...May 4.1916 
133714... Julv 5,1916 
1477}^... Sept. 23, 1916 

1700 ...Oct. 31.1916 


825 ...Aug. 12,1915 

88714. ..Nov 10.1915 
1017H..-Feb. 7,1916 
1120 ...Mar. 7,1916 

1252-55.. AuR. 2,1916 


Dec 


1735 ...Nov. 10, 1916 


1220 ...Aug. 3,1916 


S.R.S1DES — Jan.. . 
May.. 
July... 

Sept..- 

Oct.... 

Nov.... 


11823^ Sept. 5, 1914 
inR7i//Nov.7, 10, and 
lOS^J^l Dec. 28,1914 
1085 May 5,1915 

1110 May 5,1915 

1070 Oct. 30,1915 
1075 Nov. 8, 1915 
10321^ Dec. 30. 1915 


955 Dec. 1, 1941 

970 Feb. 26,1916 

925 July 27, 29-15 

772H Sept. 20, 1915 

770 Sept. 20, 1915 
78&-82HSept.20,1915 
8521^ Sept. 24, 1915 


1090 ...Jan. 18,1916 
12921^... May 1,1916 
1380 ...July 1.1916 
1482H... Sept. 30. 1916 
1470 ...Oct. 25,1916 


817J4...Sept.20,21,"15 

895 ...Oct. 27.1915 

109714... Feb. 1,1916 
i„.n /Mar. 7.1916 
^2^" ■•Uune 6.1916 
130714... Aug. 3.1916 


Dec... 


1400 ...Oct. 2.5.i916 


1290 ...Sept. 14,1916 



ARTIPLFS 


1917 Delivery ( 


1918 Delivery. 




Highest. 


Lowest. 


Highest. 


Lowest. 


Whxat — May 


325 ...May 11. 1917 
275 ...May 12. 1917 
246 ...May 12. 1917 
14414.. -Mar. 22. 1917 


137 ...Aug. 2,1916 
130 ...Dec. 21, 1916 
129 ...Feb. 1,1917 
135 ...Feb. 8,1917 






July 






• Sept 






. Dec 












Corn— May 

July. 

Sept 

Dec 


162 ...May 12. 1917 

162K...July 5.1917 
164i>i. . .July 31. 1917 
127M...Dec.20-27,'17 


63 . . .June 19, 1916 

83}4...0ct. 19, 1916 
97>i...Feb.l4-21,'17 
84 ...Mar. 14, 1917 


(May 14, 15, 
127]4.A 16.18.20, 

I 21, 1918 

164 July 12, 16, 18 

1663i...Aug. 21, 1918 
164 Dec. 30,31, 18 


103^s--.Aug. 20, 1917 

130?^. . .June 3, 1918 
149 ...Jaly22,23,'18 
109 ...Oct. 14, 1918 


Oatb— May. 

July 

Sept 

Dec 


73}i...Mayl2. 1917 
90 . . .July 31, 1917 
64 ...May 14, 1917 
81?i...Dec.31, 1917 


405^. . .July 12, 1916 
47K...Dec. 21, 1916 
47 ...Feb. 2,1917 
51Vg...May31, 1917 


90J^...Feb. 21, 1918 
783^2- . July 12, 1918 
74^... Sept. 26, 1918 
75?^. ..Dec. 4,1918 


558^. . .Aug. 20, 1917 
63J^...May31, 1918 
6614... July 1,2,1918 
63 ...Oct. 14, 1918 


Pork— Jan. 

May 

July 

Sept 

Oct 

Dec 


3167i4...Jan. 31,1917 
3930 ...May 2,1917 
4145 . . .July 26, 1917 
4610 ...Sept. 26, 1917 
4630 ...Sept. 26, 1917 
4425 ...Oct. 9,1917 


2180 ...Oct. 3,1916 
228734... Oct. 5,1916 
2675 ...Dec. 6,1916 
2975 ...Jan. 25,1917 
38523^...Junel9, 1917 
4425 ...Oct. 9,1917 


48573^...Nov. 28, 1917 

5055 Feb. 24,1918 

4740 April 24, 1918 

4590 July 24, 1918 

4490 Aug. 20, 1918 

••4165..Sept. 19, J918 


3780 Oct. 22,1917 

3940 May 31, 1918 

3920 May 29,1918 

3930 Sept. 30, 1918 

3240 Oct. 11.1918 

3275 Oct. 11, 1918 


Lard — Jan 

May 

July 

Sept 

Oct 

Nov 

Dec 


I66214... Nov. 10,1916 
2280 ...May 14, 1917 
230234...May 14, 1917 
2505 ...Sept. 27, 1917 
2510 ...Sept. 27, 1917 
2795 ...Nov. 15, 1917 
2625 ...Nov. 15, 1917 


1265 . . .Aug. 23, 1916 
134234... Oct. 4,1916 
1590 ...Jan. 11,1917 
1985 ...Mar. 27, 1917 
2050 ...July 24, 1917 
2200 ...Oct.11-13, '17 
2320 ...Sept. 18, 1917 


2595 . . .Jan. 31, 1918 
26973^... Feb. 21, 1918 
2725 ...Feb. 21, 1918 
270234... Sept. 14, 1918 
2700 . . .Oct. 29, 1918 
2720 ...Nov. 18, 1918 
2650 ...Nov. 18, 1918 


2000 ...Aug. 16, 1917 
2340 ..Dec. 15, 1917 
23721/i;. ..May29, 1918 
23971/2... May 29-31' 18 
2470 ...Oct. ^5,1918 
23923^... Oct. 24,1918 
2370 ...Dec. 19, 1918 


S. R. S1DB8— Jan ... 
May... 
July... 
Sept... 
Oct. . . 
Dec.. 


1557H. . .Jan. 25, 1917 
2100 ...May 2,1917 
2195 ...June 23, 1917 
2690 ...Sept. 26, 1917 
2825 Oct. 27,29,30, '17 


119214... Oct. 3,1916 
1400 ...Dec.lM8,'16 
15073^... Feb. 1,1917 
1890 ...April 2,1917 
215234. . .July 24, 1917 


2625 ...Nov. 28, 1917 
2620 ...Feb. 21, 1918 
2655 ...Feb. 21, 1918 
2515 ...May 8, 1918 
2525 ...Aug. 21, 1918 
2505 ...Nov 21, 1918 


2040 ...Oct. 20,1917 
2170 ...May 27, 1918 
213234... May 29, 1918 
2180 ...May 31, 1918 
2090 ...Oct. 18,1918 
2070 ..Oct. 24,1918 



•No trading in Wheat after Aug. 25, 1917. 



■A"A-November. 



90 



OTHER GRASS AND FLAX SEEDS. 

Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 191S, by routes. 





Other Grass Seeds. 


FiAX Seed. 




Received. 
Lbs. 


Shipped. 
Lbs. 


Received. 
Bu. 


Shipped. 
Bu. 


Lake 










lUiuois and Michigan Canal 










Chicago & North Western Railway 


6,568,000 
2,476,000 

270,000 
3,951,000 

440,000 

200,000 
4,889,000 
1,006,000 
1,204,000 

359,000 


1,631,000 
84,000 


378,000 
2,000 


2,000 


Illinois Central Raikoad 


Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 




Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad 


370,000 


15,000 




Chicago & Alton Railroad 




Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 


672,000 

111,000 

30,000 






Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 


9,000 
1,000 
6,000 
1,000 
33,000 




Wabash Railway (west of Chicago) 




Chicago Great Western Railroad 




Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway 






Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway 


168,000 




Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 






Eastern and Southeastern Lines 


1,401,000 


6,438,000 


36,000 


6,000 




Totals 


22,764,000 


9,504,000 


481,000 


8,000 



OTHER GRASS AND FLAX SEEDS. 



Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 1918, by months. 





Other Grass Seeds. 


Flax Seed. 




Received. 
Lbs. 


Shipped. 
Lbs. 


Received. 
Bu. 


Shipped. 
Bu. 


January 


1,177,000 

3,254,000 

3,567,000 

1,984,000 

1,108,000 

514,000 

540,000 

847,000 

890,000 

5,187,000 

2,423,000 

1,275,000 


451,000 

933,000 

1,817,000 

711,000 

475,000 

276,000 

357,000 

227,000 

404,000 

567,000 

2,257,000 

1,029,000 


50,000 
34,000 
79,000 
63,000 
17,000 
17,000 
30,000 
12,000 
13,000 
62,000 
68,000 
38,000 




February 


1,000 
3,000 
3,000 


March 

April 


May 


June 




July 




August 




September 


1000 


October 




November 




December 








Totals 


22,764,000 


9,504,000 


481,000 


8,000 



91 
SEEDS. 

Range of prices at Chicago for each week during 1918. 



January. 
February 
March... 

April. . . . 
May. . . . 

June 



4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 



Seeds 
Per 100 Lbs. 



Clover 

Poor to Prime 

Contract 



$19 
19 
20 
20 
21 
21 
22 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 



00 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
GO @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 



65 

30 65 

31 40 

32 90 

33 50 

34 40 

35 00 
34 50 
33 00 
33 90 
33 60 

33 60 

34 50 
33 60 
33 60 
30 80 
30 60 
30 60 
30 60 
30 45 
30 45 
30 45 
30 45 



Timothy 

Poor to Prime 

Contract 



$5 00 @ 



00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 
00 @ 



$8 00 
8 00 

8 00 

9 00 
9 00 
9 00 
9 00 
8 75 
8 75 
8 50 
8 50 
8 50 
8 50 
8 25 
8 00 
8 25 
8 50 
8 50 
8 50 
8 35 
8 35 
8 35 
8 25 
8 00 
7 50 
7 50 



July 

August 

September. . . . 

October 

November 

December 



5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 



Seeds 
Per 100 Lbs. 



Clover 

Poor to Prime 

Contract 



$15 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 



@$35 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 36 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 37 00 
@ 35 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 38 00 
@ 33 00 



Timothy 

Poor to Pnme 

Contract 



$5 00 



00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

6 00 

6 00 

6 00 

6 00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

8 00 

8 00 

8 00 

8 00 



@ 



@ S8 50 
" 9 00 
9 00 
9 00 

8 50 

9 00 
9 00 
9 00 
9 00 

10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 25 

10 25 

11 00 
11 00 

@ 11 00 
@ 11 00 
@ 11 00 



@ 



@ 



TIMOTHY AND CLOVER SEEDS. 



Receipts and shipments at Chicago during 1918, by months. 



TiMOTHT Seed 



Received. 
Lbs. 



Shipped. 
Lbs. 



Clover Seed 



Received. 
Lbs. 



Shipped. 
Lbs. 



January 

February. . . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. . . 

October 

November. . . 
December 

Totals, 



2,006,000 

2,242,000 

2,554,000 

1,434,000 

1,250,000 

392,000 

677,000 

764,000 

3,198,000 

5,175,000 

3,242,000 

1,463,000 



1,720,000 

2,049,000 

5,160,000 

1,459,000 

147,000 

509,000 

427,000 

1,218,000 

1,774,000 

2,674,000 

3,903,000 

2,688,000 



1,079,000 

1,688,000 

797,000 

217,000 

298,000 

108,000 

22,000 

135,000 

192,000 

1,597,000 

1,337,000 

1,146,000 



24,397,000 



23,728,000 



8,616,000 



908,000 

1,923,000 

1,116,000 

182,000 

246,000 

4,000 

60,000 

167,000 

191,000 

527,000 

1,447,000 

787,000 



7,558,000 



92 
CHICAGO SPOT PRICES FOR TWO YEARS. 

The following table exhibits the opening, highest, lowest and closing cash prices on the regular market for the 
articles named in store (monthly) for 1918, and the highest and lowest prices for 1917- 



CONTRACT WHEAT, PER BUSHEL 



Months 



Jan.. . . 
Feb. . . . 
March.. 
April. . . 
May. . . 
June. . . 
July.... 
Aug.. . . 
Sept.... 
Oct. . . . 

Nov 

Dec. . . . 



1918. 



Open- 
ing. 



High- 
est. 



17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

28 

23 

23 

23J^ 

25 

2m 



$2.20 
2.20 
2.20 



20 
20 
20 
32 
34 
29 
28 
29 
42 



Low- 
est. 



$2.17 
2.17 



17 
17 
17 
17 



2.23 
2.23 
2.23 
2.23 
2.23 
2.23 



Clos- 
ing. 



(2.17 
2.20 
2.20 
2.20 
2.20 
2.20 
2.30 
2.30 
2.26 
2.25 
2.26 
2.26 



1917. 



High- 

est. 



$2.05 SI, 
2.001^; 1, 



Low- 
est. 



13 

04 

45 

10 

00 

00 

30 

2.20 

2.20 

2.20 



64^ 

73?4 

58 
24 
10 
12 
17 
17 
17 
17 



CONTRACT CORN, PER BUSHEL 



Jan.. . . 


1.80 


1.85 


1.70 


1.80 


1.03 


Feb.... 


1.75 


1.80 


1.70 


1.73 


1.02Ji 


March.. 


1.70 


1.75 


1.65 


1.65 


1.22H 


April.. . 


1.67 


1.75 


1.60 


1.63 


1.60 


May. . . 


1.63 


1.70 


1.50 


1.53 


1.74 


June. . . 


1.53 


1.65 


1.50 


1.63 


1.76 


July.... 


1.63 


1.75 


1.60 


1.68 


2.32 


Aug.. . . 


1.67 


1.80 


1.60 


1.62 


2.36 


Sept.... 


1.57 


1.65 


1.40 


1.43 


2.24 


Oct. . . . 


1.37 


1.45 


1.35 


1.43 


2.15}^ 


Nov — 


1.37 


1.45 


1.30 


1.37 


2.29 


Dec... 


1.35 


1.55 


1.35 


1.55 


1.90 



93J4 

963^ 

02}^ 

23 

52 

58 

77>.2 

69 

95 

89 

85 

60 



CONTRACT OATS, PER BUSHEL 



Jan. . . . 


.79 


.6-iH 


■im 


.833^, 


.58}^ 


Feb. . . . 


.&l% 


.93 


.81^ 


.88-^^R 


.565^ 


March.. 


.&m 


.921/2 


.84J^ 


.893/r: 


.62^^ 


April... 


.88M 


.yoH 


.80M 


.8054: 


•71J^ 


May. . . 


.783^ 


.79'/, 


.72 


.74 1 


.74 


June. . . 


.71 


.SOY^ 


.71 


.80 i 


.69 


July.... 


.72ys 


.7m 


.71H 


.77 1 


.85 


Aug... . 


.71 


.12% 


.^m 


.mvr, 


.80 


Sept.... 


.70Ji 


.Tm 


■ lOVs 


.70'/, 


.61}^ 


Oct. . . . 


.69J^ 


.11% 


.66^ 


.68 


.60H 


Nov.... 


.67M 


.11% 


.67M 


.11% 


.72H 


Dec. . . 


.73).^ 


.li'A 


.68 


.69 


.81 



.533^ 

.51% 

.55^ 

.63^8 

.59J^ 

.62 

.683^ 

.51 

.56M 

.58^ 

.5Sy2 

.70M 



No. 2 RYE, PER BUSHEL. 



Jan 


1.84 


2.18 


1.83 


2.13 


1.48H 


Feb. . . . 


2.15 


2.65 


2.12 


2.65 


1.52 


March.. 


2.72 


2.95 


2.72 


2.91 


1.70 


April... 


2.86 


2.87 


2.40 


2.62 


2.05 


May. . . 


2.60 


2.60 


1.80 


1.80 


2.40 


June. . . 


1.75 


2.00 


1.60 


1.75 


2.45 


July.... 


1.74 


1.85 


1.60 


1.64 


2.43 


Aug.... 


1.63 


1.79 


1.55 


1.66 


2.15 


Sept.... 


1.65 


1.68 


1.58 


1.61 


1.92 


Oct. . . . 


1.61 


1.64 


1.61 


1.62 


1.90»^: 


Nov.... 


1.61 


1.75J^ 


1.60}^ 


l.GVA 


i.mA 


Dec... 


1.62 


1.64 


1.54 


1.62 


1.85 1 



38 
40 
52 
68 
00 
34 
2.10 
1.65 
1.79 
1.78 
1.76 
1.79 



MESS PORK, PER BARREL 



Months 



Jan. . . 
Feb. . . , 
March. 
April.. , 
May. . . 
June. . 
July... 
Aug..., 
Sept..., 
Oct. . . 
Nov... 
Dec. . , 



1918. 



Open- 
ing. 



47.00 
47.50 
48.50 
48.50 
45.75 
40.35 
43.60 
45.30 
43.10 
38.75 
35.25 
47.75 



High- 
est. 



48.50 
50.50 
50.00 
49.25 
46.25 
43.80 
46.00 
45.30 
43.10 
39.00 
48.00 
49.50 



Low- 
est. 



Clos- 
ing. 



47.00 
47.50 
48.50 
45.35 
39.50 
40.35 
43.60 
43.00 
39.50 
33.50 
35.00 
46.25 



48.00 
48.50 
49.50 
45.60 
39.85 
43.80 
46.00 
43.00 
39.75 
34.50 
48.00 
47.75 



1917. 



High- 
est. 



31.75 

32.123^ 

35.25 

39.00 

39.55 

40.10 

41.15 

44.00 

46.25 

46.50 

52.00 

50.00 

i 



Low- 
est. 



28.00 
28.25 
32.00 
35.00 
37.00 
37.75 
40.00 
40.00 
42.50 
41.50 
42.50 
48.00 



LARD, PER 100 LBS. 



.Jan. . . 
Feb. . . . 
March. 
April.. , 
May. . 
June. . . 
July... 
Aug.... 
Sept.... 
Oct. . . . 

Nov 

Dec. . . 



23.50 

25.40 

26.371.^ 

25.60 ' 

24.72H 

23.QVA 

25.67H 

26.671^ 

26.87}^ 

26.90 

26.50 

26.50 



40 

62H 

47J/2 

90 

623^ 

35 

823^ 

90 

123/0 

12^2 

30 

6234 



50 

40 

323^ 

55 

67^ 

873-2 

50 

40 

65 

00 

25 

50 



40 

30 

723/2 

55 

70 

35 

623^ 

80 

75 

50 

50 

50 



40 

45 
30 

97}^ 
773^ 

6iy2 

20 

623^ 

073-^ 

00 

20 

75 



15.10 

15.723^ 

18.45 

20.271/, 

21.05" 

20.70 

20.15 

20.90 

26.65 

22.75 

25.071.^ 

23.65 



SHORT RIB SIDES, PER 100 LBS. 



Jan 

Feb. . . . 

March. 

April.. . 

May. . , 

June.. . 

July... 

Aug..., 

Sept..., 

Oct..., 

Nov... 

Dec, 



23.50 

24.00 

24.6234 

24.00 

22.55 

21.65 

23.20 

24.7234 

24.35 

23. OT 

22.75 

27.00 



623^2 

75 

00 

3734 

85 

50 

00 

023^ 

60 

70 

25 

50 



23.00 

23.623.^ 

23. mA 

22.05 

20.65 

21.35 

22.90 

23.8734 

22.70 

20.25 

22.25 

24.25 



24.1234 

24. ,50 

24. 123^ 

22.423,^ 

21.40 

23.50 

24.60 

24.25 

22.95 

21.10 

27.00 

24.75 



15.62^ 

17. 123.^ 

18.50 

20.75 

21.25 

22.00 

22.10 

24. 123^ 

27.12J^ 

28.50 

28.25 

28.20 



13.25 
14.75 
16.50 
18.00 
19.75 
20.30 
21.00 
21.60 
23.25 
25 50 
25.50 
23.00 



The following table shows the dates on which the highest 
and lowest prices were reached in 1918: 



-Articles 



Contract Wheat 
Contract Corn.. 
Contract Oats. . 

No. 2 Rye 

Mess Pork 

lard 

S.R. Sides 



Highest 



Lowest 



December..? 2.42 
January... 1.85 
February.. .93 

March 2.95 

February.. 50.50 
November. 27.30 
December. 27.50 



Gov. price.? 2.17 
November. 1.30 

October 66^ 

January... 1.55 
October.... 33.50 
Jan.-Dec... 23.50 
October.... 20.25 



93 



HIDES. 

Monthly range of prices of these products in the Chicago market during 1918, with 

comparisons of previous years. 

(Compiled by Chicago Daily Hide Report.) 



Chicago 

Packer Hides, 

per lb. 

1918 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Average for WIS, 
Average for 1917. 
Average for 1916. 
Average for 1915, 
Average for 1914, 
Average for 1913, 
Average for 1912, 
Average for 1911. 
Average for 1910, 
Average for 1909, 
Average for 1908. 
Average for 1907. 
Averaee for 1906. 



III 



31.00 
29.00 
28.12 
27.37 
31.40 
33.00 
33.00 
30.00 
30.00 
30.00 
29.00 
29.00 



29.91 
32.70 
26.28 
24.26 
19.76 
18.38 
17.69 
14.81 
15.29 
18.47 
13.36 
14.55 
15.43 



Sg 
Ue-> 

28.12 
25.87 
23.12 
28.37 
30.20 
31.00 
31.00 
28.00 
28.00 
28.00 
27.00 
27.00 



27.81 
30.94 
24.23 
21.48 
19.23 
18.06 
16.58 
14.32 
14.88 
16.41 
13.86 
13.96 
14.89 






23.00 
22.00 
21.50 
23.94 
28.60 
30.00 
30.00 
27.00 
27.00 
27.00 
26.00 
26.00 



3 



26.00 
29.58 
24.06 
21.12 
18.77 
17.72 
16.14 
13.54 
13.77 
15.35 
12.40 
13.26 
12.84 



26.25 
23.22 
22.25 
24.50 
29.30 
31.00 
31.00 
28.00 
28.00 
28.00 
27.00 
27.00 



27.13 
30.23 
23.86 
21.37 
18.56 
17.42 
16.17 
13.50 
13.71 
15.49 
12.28 
12.99 
13.99 



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2 


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a 


11 

18.00 


Hea 
nati 
cow 




li 




25.25 


29.00 


22.75 


20.50 


17.25 


24.22 


17.37 


28.75 


20.62 


19.25 


16.75 


21.25 


15.50 


22.50 


16.75 


18.00 


15.50 


23.62 


17.12 


23.50 


18.50 


18.25 


16.62 


28.50 


22.50 


28.80 


24.00 


21.60 


19.80 


30.00 


25.00 


30.00 


26.00 


23.00 


21.00 


30.00 


25.00 


30.00 


26.00 


23.00 


21.00 


27.00 


23.00 


28.00 


24.00 


21.50 


19.50 


27.00 


23.00 


28.00 


24.00 


21.50 


19.50 


27.00 


23.00 


28.00 


24.00 


21.50 


19.50 


26.00 


22.00 


27.00 


23.00 


20.50 


18.50 


26.00 


22.00 


27.00 


23.00 


20.50 


18.50 


26.32 


21.12 


27.37 


22.72 


20.76 


18.62 


29.73 


27.35 


31.59 


29.59 


25.03 


21.72 


23.34 


23.94 


24.89 


24.89 


21.41 


18.47 


20.39 


20.90 


23.55 


22.97 


19.24 


16.39 


18.20 


18.49 


18.94 


19.27 


16.20 


15.50 


17.26 


17.19 


17.28 


17.27 


14.82 


13.80 


15.88 


15.71 


16.40 


16.30 


14.07 


12.03 


13.47 


12.56 


13.87 


13.50 


12.11 


10.50 


13.42 


12.40 


13.79 


13.04 


11.96 


11.10 


15.29 


14.11 


15.21 


14.83 


13.10 


12.04 


12.21 


10.43 


11.43 


11.04 


10.03 


8.73 


12.70 


ll.<t8 


13.10 


11.71 


12.13 


10. C8 


13.65 


14.27 


12.96 


14.84 


12.21 


10.56 






24.11 
22.50 
20.24 
21.96 
26.47 
28.00 
28.00 
25.60 
25.60 
25.60 
24.60 
24.60 

24.77 
28. S4 
23.66 
21.16 
18.25 
16.92 
15.69 
13.21 
11.93 
14.83 
11.58 
12.74 
13.96 



Chicago 

CoTTSTRY Hides, 

per lb. 

1918 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

Jime , 

July 

August , 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Average for 1918. 
Average for 1917. 
Average for 1916. 
Average for 191S. 
Average for 1914. 
Average for 1913. 
Average for 1912. 
Average for 1911. 
Average for 1910. 
Average for 1909. 
Average for 1908. 
Average for 1907. 
Average for 1908. 



|2 
,S2 



23.00 
22.50 
18.75 
20.77 
21.40 
20.75 
20.87 
22.80 
23.00 
23.25 
23.75 
22.50 



21.89 
25.34 
20.75 
19.67 
16.56 
15.39 
14.25 
12.24 
12.16 
14.17 
10.81 
12.05 
13.83 



K 8 



la 

3 

n 



18.50 

17.12 

14.50 

15.00 

18.40 

18.62 

18.94 • 

20.00 

21.00 

21.50 

22.50 

21.50 



18.96 
23.46 
20.17 
19.06 
16.42 
15.00 
14.06 
11.82 
11.26 
13.40 
9.35 
11.02 
13.49 



18.50 
18.87 
14.25 
15.00 
18.62 
18.75 
19.00 
20.50 
21.75 
21.00 
21.00 
19.50 



18.73 
23.80 
20.37 
18.98 
16.63 
15.05 
14.05 
11.82 
11.13 
13.24 
9.29 
10.79 
13.43 





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n 


^ 


►2^ 


1^1 


§1 
o 2 


3 


•a 

"3 


i 


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fH 


20.00 


O.S 


n 


O 


M 


17.50 


18.75 


15.28 


15.75 


36.00 


28.75 


15.87 


17.50 


17.50 


14.00 


15.37 


35.25 


25.25 


13.25 


14.75 


15.37 


12.25 


13.50 


33.75 


22.12 


13.50 


16.12 


16.75 


13.00 


13.37 


38.00 


23.75 


17.12 


20.00 


19.80 


14.90 


15.00 


44.00 


28.40 


17.25 


21.00 


21.00 


15.25 


15.00 


44.00 


27.50 


17.00 


21.00 


21.00 


15.50 


15.00 


44.40 


27.50 


19.25 


22.00 


21.00 


15.50 


15.00 


44.00 


27.50 


20.50 


22.00 


21.00 


15.50 


15.00 


44.00 


27.50 


20.00 


22.00 


21.00 


16.62 


16.50 


44.00 


27.00 


20.00 


22.00 


20.00 


17.00 


16.50 


44.00 


27.00 


18.50 


20.50 


19.00 


15.50 


15.50 


40.00 


26.00 


17.48 


19.80 


19.62 


15.02 


15.12 


40.92 


26.52 


21.91 


25.23 


24.31 


20.30 


20.39 


39.43 


29.05 


19.35 


22.68 


21.86 


17.84 


17.28 


34.55 


24.84 


17.92 


19.65 


18.62 


16.13 


15.90 


21.60 


19.60 


15.64 


17.70 


16.34 


14.53 


13.98 


22.90 


19.26 


14.31 


15.60 


14.43 


13.54 


12.73 


17.18 


16.74 


13.02 


14.91 


13.12 


12.33 


12.22 


18.60 


16.01 


10.79 


12.80 


10.72 


10.02 


10.01 


16.34 


13.23 


10.02 


11.51 


10.20 


9.49 


9.86 


16.02 


12.03 


12.21 


13.55 


12.55 


11.44 


11.13 


17.92 


14.11 


9.21 


9.75 


8.90 


8.04 


7.86 


14.17 


10.09 


9.64 


10.99 


10.69 


9.66 


10.02 


14.90 


11.60 


12.47 


13.43 


12.48 


12.51 


11.29 


12.54 


14.05 



iL 

21.20 
19.72 
17.04 
18.48 
21.76 
21.91 
21.98 
22.73 
23.12 
23.28 
23.42 
21.85 

31.39 
25.34 
21.96 
18.71 
16.89 
14.99 
14.15 
11.97 
11.37 
13.37 
9.62 
11.13 
13.25 



94 



HAY. 

Beceipts arid shipments at CJiicago during 1918, by rovtes. 



Lake 

Illinois-Michigan Canal 

Chicago & North Western Ry 

Illinois Central R. R 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R 

Chicago & Alton R. R 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois R. R 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry 

Wabash Ry. (West of Chicago) 

Chicago Great Western R. R 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry 

Minneapolis, St. Paul & Ste. Marie Ry. 

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Ry.. 

Eastern and Southeastern Lines 



Totals.. 



Hat. 



Received. 
Tons. 



39,406 

1,534 

7,515 

111,100 

6,163 

84 

51,240 
5,276 

12,698 
4,096 

33,071 



152,915 



325,098 



Shipped. 
Tons. 



10 



4,532 

9,676 

4,698 

7,825 

378 

12,430 

1,089 

1,310 

97 



265 

20,888' 



63,108 



HAY. 





Beceipts 


and shipmevts 


at 


Chicago during 


1918, 


by 


months. 


















HiT. 




Received. 
Tons. 


Shipped. 
Tons. 


Januarv 


21,318 
26,920 
38,891 
41,878 
27,397 
29,211 
22,911 
19,185 
24,320 
27,034 
24,711 
21,322 


4,474 


February 


5,928 


March 


10,344 


April. 


10,106 


May . . 


7,526 




2,654 


July 


21,86 


August . . 


2,741 




2,330 


October. . . . . 


9,359 


November 


3,941 


December. . . 


1,609 


















Totals. 


325,098 


63,198 







BALED HAY. 

Current jrrices, by carload lots, at Chicago for each month during 1918. 



Choice 
Timothy, 
per ton. 



No. 1 
Timothy, 
per ton. 



No. 2 
Timothy, 
per ton. 



No. 3 

Timothy, 
per ton. 



Choice 
Prairie, 
per ton. 



No. 1 
Prairie, 
per ton. 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September 
October.. . 
November. 
December. 



28 00@31 00 

29 00@31 00 

29 00@31 00 
26 00@29 00 
22 00@28 00 
20 00@25 00 
20 00@28 00 
25 00@33 00 

31 00@37 00 

32 00@34 00 

30 00@33 00 
30 00@32 50 



26 50@30 00 

28 00@30 00 
26 00@30 00 

22 00@26 00 
20 00@26 00 

16 00@22 00 

17 00@26 00 

23 00@30 00 

29 00@35 00 
29 00@33 00 
29 00@31 00 
29 00@31 00 



25 50@29 00 
27 00@29 00 

24 00@29 00 
18 00@24 00 
17 00@22 00 

14 00@18 00 

15 00@23 00 
20 00@28 00 

26 00@32 00 

25 00@30 00 

26 00@29 00 

27 00@30 00 



22 00@28 00 
25 00@27 00 
20 00@27 00 

14 00@22 00 
13 00@18 00 
11 00@14 00 
13 00@20 00 

15 00@26 00 

23 00@29 00 
23 00@28 00 
23 00@25 00 
23 00@26 00 



24 00@25 00 

24 00@25 00 
21 00@25 00 
13 00@22 00 
15 00@23 00 
18 00@23 00 
18 00@23 00 
21 00@26 00 

25 00@30 00 
24 00@30 00 
24 00@25 00 
24 00@26 00 



22 00@24 00 
22 00@24 00 
19 00@24 00 
11 00@20 00 
13 00@21 00 
17 00@22 00 
17 00@19 00 

17 00@25 00 
24 00@28 00 

18 00@28 00 
18 00@20 00 
18 00@24 00 



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100 



AVERAGE FREIGHT RATES IN CENTS PER BUSHEL 

For the transportation of Wheat and Corn from Chicago to New York 

for a series of years. 





WHEAT 




CORN 






CALENDAR 
YEAR 


Via Lake 

and 

Canal 


Via Lake and 
Rail 


Via All Rail 


Via Lake 

and 

Canal 


Via Lake and 
Rail 


Via All Rail 




Dom. 


Exp. 


Dom. 


Exp. 


Dom. 


Exp. 


Dom. 


Exp. 


1906 


* 6.03 

* 6.65 

* 6.05 

* 5.24 

* 4.92 

* 5.25 

* 5.37 

* 5.99 

* 5.31 

* 6.06 

* 7.96 

* 8.53 


6.68 
7.59 
7.60 
7.90 
7.57 
7.55 
7.92 
7.86 
7.54 
8.27 
9.84 
10.01 
12.70 


6.35 
7.09 
6.60 
6.49 
0.57 
5.36 
6.54 
6.86 
6.54 
7.47 
9.13 
9.81 
12.50 


10.03 

9.86 

9.55 

9.45 

9.59 

9.60 

9.60 

9.60 

9.00 

10.04 

10.08 

10.08 

12.81 


7. SO 
7.80 
7.80 
7.80 
7.80 
7.80 
7.80 
7.80 
7.80 
8.20 
8.22 
9.01 
11.91 


* 5.51 

* 6.12 

* 5.62 

* 4.87 

* 4.59 

* 4.87 

* 4.98 

* 5.64 

* 5.26 

* 5.75 

* 7.32 

* 8.11 
f 


6.05 
6.20 
6.54 
6.39 
6.27 
6.30 
8.64 
6.59 
6.29 
6.98 
8.19 
8.31 
11.43 


5.72 
6.20 
5.79 
5.89 
5.77 
5.20 
6.07 
6.09 
5.79 
6.73 
7.94 
8.11 
11.23 


9.41 
9.20 
8.91 
8.82 
8.95 
8.96 
8.96 
8.96 
8.96 
9.37 
9.41 
9.41 
11.96 


7.28 


1907 


7.28 


1908 


7.28 


1909 


7.28 


1910 


7.28 


1911 


7.28 


1912 


7.28 


1913 


7.28 


1914 


7.28 


1915 


7.05 


1916 


7.67 


1917 


8.41 


1918 


11.12 



•Exclusive of Buffalo eharsies. 
if Same as via Lake and Rail. 
Wo shipments. 



101 



ALL RAIL EASTWARD BOUND FREIGHT RATES. 

The following were the published tariff rates for freight, in carloads, on the commod' 

ities enumerated to the several points herein named, and points 

common therewith, during 1918 



FROM CHICAGO 
AND CHICAGO JUNCTIONS 

TO 

EASTERN AND SEABOARD CITIES. 

RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Susp. Bridge, N. Y. 
Bellaire, Ohio. 
Wheeling, W. Va. 
Allegheny, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 


Baltimore, Md. 
Washington, D. C. 
Newport News, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 


11 


i 


Philadelphia, Pa. 
Soranton, Pa. 
Wilmington, Del. 


Albany, N. Y. 
Schenectady, N. Y. 
Troy, N. Y. 


5h' 


Boston, Mass. 
Providence, R. I. 
Portland, Me. 


1 

o 


January 1st to March 24th, Inclusive 

Grain for domestic use fa 

Grain for export fa 


15 

®10 


18.8 
13.8 
18.8 
13.8 
19.5 
14.5 
19.5 
14.5 

21.5 

16.5 

21.5 

16.5 

22 

17 

22 

17 

27.5 

21.5 

27.5 

■l\.h 

28 

22 

28 

22 


18.8 
13.8 


20.1 
15.1 


19.8 
14.8 
19.3 
14.3 
20.5 
15.5 
20.5 
15.5 

22.5 

17.5 

22 

17 

23 

18 

23 

18 

28.5 

22.5 

28 

22 

29 

23 

29 

23 


21.1 
16.1 

'2i.'8' 
16.8 


21.8 
16.8 
20.3 
15.3 
22.5 
17.5 
+22 5 


23.8 
18.8 
20.3 
15.3 
24.5 
19.5 
t22.5 
17.5 

26.5 

21.5 

23 

18 

27 

22 
t25 
t20 

32.5 

26.5 

29 

23 

33 

27 
t31 
t25 


23.8 
18.8 
19.3 


lb 









14.3 


Grain products for domestic use 


a 
b 
a 
b 


15.5 

® 9.7 


19.5 
14.5 


20.8 
15.8 


24.5 
19.5 
20.5 










23.5 
18.5 

U" 
19 

29.5 
23 

so'" 

24 


tl7.5 

24.5 

19.5 

23 

18 

25 

20 
t25 
t20 

30.5 

24.5 

29 

23 

31 

25 
t31 
t25 


15.5 


March 25th to June 24th, Inclusi\ 
Grain for domestic use 1 


a 

a 
h 


16.5 
®11.5 


21.5 
16.5 


22.5 
17.5 


26.5 


Grain for export 


21.5 
22 








17 


Grain products for domestic use 


17 

011 


22 
17 


23 
18 


27 
22 
23 


^ ^ \ 








18 


June 25th to December 31si, Inclu- 
sive 

Grain for domestic use / a 

l®b 

Grain for export ( a 

l®b 

Grain products for domestic use ( a 

l®b 

Grain products for export f a 

1 (J^h 


20.5 
®14.5 


27 
20.5 


28 
22 


32.5 
26.5 
28 








22 


2i.5 

@14 


27.5 
21.5 


29 
22.5 


33 
27 
29 








23 















a — Local rates, applying on shipments not entitled to reshipping or proportional rates. 

b — Reshipping or proportional rates, applying on shipments received from connecting rail or lake lines, handled under 
rules and conditions covering Transit and Milling and Malting in Transit privileges at Chicago District points; also, apply- 
ing on through billed shipments originating at points from which no through joint rates are in effect and not stopped in 
transit. 

t — Flour, 1 cent less. 

® — 10 cents on shipments from Illinois and Indiana; 10.5 cents on shipments from Trans-Mississippi River and North- 
western Territories. 

@ — 9.7 cents on shipments from Northwestern Territory (except Malt); 10.5 cents on shipments from Illinois and 
Indiana; 11 cents on shipments from Trans-Mississippi River Territory; and 10.5 cents on Malt from Northwestern Territory. 

® — 11.5 cents on shipments from IlUnois and Indiana; 12 cents on shipments from Trans-Mississippi River and North- 
western Territories. 

® — 11 cents on shipments from Northwestern Territory (except Malt); 12 cents on shipments from Illinois and Indiana; 
12.5 cents on shipments from Trans-Mississippi River Territory; and 12 cents on Malt from Northwestern Territory. 

® — 14.5 cents on shipments from Illinois and Indiana; 15 cents on shipments from Trans-Mississippi River and North- 
western Territories. 

® — 14 cents od shipments from Northwestern Territory (except Malt) ; 15 cents on shipments from Illinois and Indiana ; 
15.5 cents on shipments from Trans-Mississippi River Territory; and 15 cents on Malt from Northwestern Territory. 

® — Yi cent less, as the di\Tsion east of Chicago, on shipments to Atlantic Seaboard points from points in Illinois and 
Indiana from which through rates were in effect via Chicago. 



102 



MONTHLY PRICES OF LIVE HOGS AND HIGHEST 

AND LOWEST PRICES OF MESS PORK AND LARD 

IN CHICAGO FOR A SERIES OF YEARS 

Monthly cash prices of Live Hogs per 100 lbs. for eleven years. 



Months. 



January. . 

February. 

March. 

April.. 

May. . . 

June. .. 

July.... 

August 

September. 

October... 

November 

December. 



1918. 



f 15 00 

16 95 
15 45 

17 65 
15 CO 

18 15 
15 65 
18 05 
15 35 

18 30 
15 25 
17 35 
15 75 

19 40 
17 10 

20 30 

17 50 

21 00 

13 50 
19 90 

14 00 

18 55 

15 00 
18 00 



1917. 



$ 9 60 

12 00 

11 15 

13 55 

12 95 

15 55 

14 65 

16 50 
14 90 
16 65 
14 10 
16 20 
14 00 
16 30 
14 50 
20 00 

16 40 
19 70 

14 35 
19 65 

15 70 
18 10 
15 20 

17 75 



1916. 



I 6 40 
8 10 

7 40 

8 90 

8 50 
10 10 

9 10 
10 10 

9 30 
10 35 

8 80 
10 15 

9 00 

10 25 

8 70 

11 55 

9 30 
11 60 

8 45 
10 55 

8 80 
10 35 

8 90 
10 80 



1915. 



6 00 

7 40 

6 10 

7 25 

6 15 

7 05 

6 45 

7 90 

6 80 

7 95 

6 85 

7 95 
6 05 

8 15 

5 75 
8 05 

6 05 
8 50 



30 
00 
80 
75 
80 
00 



1914. 1913. 



$ 7 75 
8 60 
8 20 
8 90 

8 20 

9 00 
8 00 
8 95 

7 80 

8 67V^ 

7 60 

8 521^ 
7 90 

9 30 
7 60 

10 20 

7 70 
9 75 
6 75 
9 00 
6 95 

8 25 

6 50 

7 75 



6 95 

7 80 

7 30 

8 70 

8 10 

9 62H 

8 00 

9 65 

7 80 

8 85 

7 95 

9 00 

8 25 

9 62H 
7 20 

9 40 
7 15 
9 65 
7 30 
9 05 
7 15 
S 30 

7 30 

8 00 



1912. 



5 55 

6 65 

5 60 

6 57li 

6 15 

7 95 

7 30 

8 17^ 
6 90 

8 05 

6 90 

7 80 

6 90 

8 50 

7 10 

9 00 
7 60 

9 27J^ 
7 00 
9 40 

7 20 

8 32 /i 

6 80 

7 85 



1911. 



7 45 

8 30 

6 65 

7 90 

6 15 

7 35 

5 65 

6 95 

5 40 

6 45 

5 65 

6 72}^ 
6 05 



55 
45 
95 
SO 
80 
70 
90 
45 
6 70 

5 40 

6 60 



1910. 



i 7 85 
9 05 

8 10 

10 00 

9 45 

11 20 

8 80 
10 95 

9 10 
9 85 

8 70 

9 80 
7 70 
9 60 

7 40 
9 70 

8 15 
10 10 

7 55 

9 60 
6 55 

8 75 
6 80 
8 10 



1909. 



5 30 

6 75 

5 85 

6 95 

6 00 

7 15 

6 60 

7 60 

6 75 

7 57M 

6 80 

8 20 

7 10 

8 45 

7 10 

8 32H 

7 35 

8 65 

6 85 
8 40 

7 25 

8 50 

7 70 

8 75 



1908. 

: 3 90 
4 65 
4 05 
4 67J^ 

4 20 
6 35 

5 05 

6 45 
5 10 
5 85 

5 05 

6 6714 
5 85 

7 07}4 

5 90 
7 15 

6 20 

7 60 
4 90 
7 20 
4 75 
6 40 
4 75 
6 15 



Prices of Mess Pork for 40 years 



Year. 



1879. 

1880. 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893. 

1894. 

1895. 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1901. 

1902. 

1903. 

1904. 

1905. 

1906. 

1907. 

1908. 

1909. 

1910. 

1911. 

1912. 

1913. 

1914. 

1915. 

1916. 

1917., 

1918. 



Months the 
lowest prices 
were reached. 

January 

.\pril 

January 

March 

Sept. and Oct. . 

December 

Oct. and Nov . . 

May 

January 

December 

December 

December 

December 

April 

August 

March 

December 

August 

December 

October 

May and Oct.. . 

January 

January 

Feb. and March 
November. . . . 

September 

April 

January 

November 

February 

January 

Nov. and Dec. 

October 

February 

January 

October 

September 

January .... 

January 

October 



Range 

for the entire 

year. 

Per Brl. 



Months the 
highest prices 
were reached. 



27}^® 13 
37H@19 

40 @20 

00 @24 

20 @20 

55 @19 

00 @13 

20 @12 

60 @24 

90 @18 

35 @13 

50 @13 

45 @13 

25 ©15 

25 @21 
67H@14 

50 @12 

50 @10 

15 @ 9 

65 @12 

85 @10 

35 @16 

60 @16 

00 @18 
87}^@18 

60 @16 

70 ©16 

45 ©20 

00 ©17 

75 ©16 

25 @25 

00 ©27 

50 ©21 

00 ©19 

50 ©22 

50 ©24 

00 ©19 
62>^©20 

00 ©52 

50 @50 



75 

00 

00 

75 

15 

50 

25 

20 

00 

00 

37^ 

62^ 

00 

05 

80 



December. 

October. 

September, 

October. 

May. 

May, June & July 

February. 

December, 

May. 

October. 

January. 

April. 

May. 

December. 

May. 



57J^;September. 

87H'May. 

85 January. 

00 September. 

30 May. 

45 January. 

00 October. 

80 March. 

70 July. 

37}^ March. 

50 February. 

50 October. 

00 July. 

75 February. 

60 July. 

20 September. 

00 July. 

50 February. 

62)^ April. 

75 July & September, 

50 August. 

50 February. 

50 Oct., Nov., Dec. 

00 N ovember . 

50 February 



Prices of Lard for J+O years 



Years 



1879. 

1880. 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893. 

1894. 

1895. 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1901. 

1902. 

1903. 

1904. 

1905. 

1906. 

1907. 

1908 . 

1909. 

1910. 

1911. 

1912., 

1913. 

1914. 

1915., 

1916.. 

1917.. 

1918.. 



Months the 
lowest prices 
were reached. 



.August 

June 

February 

March 

October 

December 

October 

May 

June and Oct.. . 

January 

December 

December 

February 

January 

August 

March 

December 

July 

June 

Jan. and Oct. . . 
May and June.. 

February 

January 

February 

October 

May 

.January 

January 

November 

February 

January 

November 

.\pril 

February 

January 

August 

July 

February .... 

January 

January 



Range 
for the entire 

year. 
Per 100 Lbs. 



5 30 

6 35 
9 20 

10 05 

7 15 
6 45 
5 



7 

© 7 
©13 
©13 
©12 
©10 



82H@ 7 

82H@ 7 

20 © 7 

25 ©11 

5 © 7 

50 © 6 

47>i@ 7 

05 ©10 

00 ©13 

6 45 © 9 

5 15 © 7 

3 05 © 5 

3 421^® 4 

4 62^@ 6 

4 90 © 5 

5 65 @ 7 

6 90 ©10 
9 07H@11 
6 20 ©11 
6 15 © 7 
6 55 © 



323^© 9 
50 @ 9 
97H©10 
40 @13 
70 ©14 
70 ©10 

8 65 ©11 

9 47H@11 
60 ©11 



7 55 

9 75 

15 10 

2.'! .50 



©11 
©17 



©27 



75 

85 

00 

10 

10 

00 

10 

50 

92J^ 

20 

55 

52M 

05 

60 

20 

05 

17H 

85 

90 

8234 

77H 

40 

25 

60 

00 

92^ 

10 

85 

973^ 

45 

90 

65 

67^ 

9734 

87>^ 

60 

27H 

45 

20 

30 



Months the 
highest prices 
were reached. 



December. 

November. 

July. 

October. 

May. 

February. 

Feb. and April. 

September. 

December. 

October. 

January. 

April. 

September. 

December. 

March. 

September. 

March. 

January. 

September. 

May. 

January. 

October. 

September. 

September. 

September. 

February. 

August. 

November. 

February. 

October. 

November. 

March. 

January. 

October. 

July. 

November. 

February. 

November. 

November. 

November 



LAKE COMMERCE IN CHICAGO 



FOR THE YEAR 1918 



(Compiled by J. R. Fobd, Acting Collector of Customs.) 



Receipts and Shipments. 

Tonnage of Vessels Arrived. 

Tonnage of Vessels Cleared. 

Tonnage of the DISTRICT of Chicago. 

Grain Shipments — Coastwise, in Transit and Export. 

Exports by Lake, from the Port of Chicago. 

In Transit Shipments. 

Vessels Reported Lost. 



The following statement shows the dat«s of the opening of navigation at the Straite of Mackinac for a number of 
years. The last clearance for Buffalo in 1918 was on December 12th. 



1856 May 2 

1857 May 1 

1858 April 6 

1859 April 4 

1860 April 13 

1861 April 25 

1862 April 18 

1863 April 17 

1864 April 23 

1865 April 21 

1866 April 29 

1867 April 23 

1868 April 19 

1869 April 23 

1870 April 18 

1871 April 3 

1872 AprU28 

1873 May 1 

1874 April 29 

1875 April 28 

1876 AprU28 



1877 April 20 

1878 Mar. 14 

1879 April 23 

1880 April 5 

1881 May 4 

1882 April 5 

1883 April 28 

1884 April 28 

1885 Mav 6 

1886 AprU21 

1887 April 23 

1888 May 4 

1889 April 6 

1890 April 8 

1891 April 20 

1892 April 7 

1893 AprU15 

1894 Mar. 13 

1895 April 9 

1896 April 17 

1897 April 9 



1898 Mar. 28 

1899 April 26 

1900 April 18 

1901 April 15 

1902 Mar. 27 

1903 Mar. 24 

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ARRIVALS OF VESSELS IN THE *CHICAGO DISTRICT 

Shnwing the number and tonnage by monf/is during 1918. 



January.. . 
February'., 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August... . 
Seotember 
October. . . 
November 
December, 



Vessels in the 
Coasting Trade 



No. 



87 

9 

68 
132 
480 
Mti 
673 
092 
503 
415 
331 

S3 



Tonnage 



97,937 

2,930 

56,413 

133,089 

1,41.3,649 

1,533,155 

1,640,970 

1,684,163 

1,333,945 

1.072,108 

948,697 

1.59,410 



Vessels in the 
Foreign Trade 



No. 



1 

7 

10 
21 
39 
31 
14 

7 
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Tonnage 



1,542 
14,408 
21,015 
40,933 
91,985 
54.785 
30,035 
15,777 

9,337 



Totab 



No. 



87 
2 

68 
133 
487 
576 
694 
731 
534 
429 
338 

87 



Tonnage 



9/,937 

2,936 

56,413 

134,631 

1,428,057 

1,554,170 

1,681,903 

1,776,148 

1,388,730 

1,102,143 

964,474 

168,747 



Tntftl 4,032 UM)76.4V2 134 279.817 j 4.166 10.356.289 

CLEARANCES OF VESSELS IN THE *CHICAGO DISTRICT 

Showing the number and tonnage by months during 1918. 

Vessels in the Vessels in the rr ^ i 
Coastin g Trade Foreign Trade ^_^J^ 

No. Tonnage No. I Tonnage No. | Tonnage 



January 

February.. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September... 

October 

November. . . 

December. . . . 

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84 
2 

72 
139 
497 
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660 
602 
489 
416 
306 

69 



98,093 

2,936 

60,077 

246,400 

1,432,734 

1,. 533,266 

1,610,582 

1,485,211 

1,279,379 

1,079.275 

848,572 

124,694 



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9 

7 

32 

103 

55 

16 

14 

9 



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13,186 
14.891 
63.365 
289,899 
133,988 
33,688 
52,072 

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506 

578 
692 
710 
544 
432 
320 
78 



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2,936 

60,077 

256,364 

1,445,920 

1,548,157 

1,673,947 

1,775,110 

1,413,367 

1,112,963 

900,644 

149.921 



4,191 



10,437,499 



Arrivals and Clearances in the *Chicago District for 37 Years 



1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1384. 
1S85. 
1386. 
1887. 
1B88. 
1S89. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 
1907. 
1908. 
1909. 
1910. 
1911. 
1912. 
1913. 
1914. 
1915. 
1916. 
1917. 
1918. 



Arrivals. 



No. of 
Vessels. 



13 

13 
11 

11 

10 

11 

11 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

10 

8, 

8, 

9, 



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967 
354 
744 
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950 
1,989 
1.804 
1,507 
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,754 
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212 
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,346 
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,631 
,236 
,017 
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,787 
,390 
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,252 
,240 
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lis 

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,772 
078 
166 



Vessel 
tonnage. 



4,533,558 
4,849,950 
3,812,464 
3,756,973 
3,653,936 
3,926,318 
4,328,292 
4,393,768 
5,102,790 
5,138,253 
5,524,852 
5,966,626 
5,4.56,637 
5,181,260 
6,329,702 
6,481,152 
7,209,442 
7,557,215 
6,353,715 
7,044,995 
6,900,999 
7,179,053 
7,587,410 
6,430,088 
7,364,192 
7,969,621 
8,057,062 
7,241,845 
8,772,667 
9,439,074 
8.787,586 
9,971,738 
10,774,133 
9,781,986 
10,132,476 
11,379,968 
10,835,925 
1{(,356,289 



Clearances. 



1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1S94. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 
1907. 
1908. 
1909. 
1910. 
1911. 
1912. 
1913. 
1914. 
1915. 
1916. 
1917. 
1918. 



No. of 
Vessels. 



12,957 

13,626 

12,015 

11,472 

10,798 

11,215 

12,023 

11,106 

10,984 

10,547 

10,294 

10,567 

8,789 

8,329 

9,363 

8,773 

9,201 

9,562 

8,429 

8,839 

8,471 

8,164 

7,721 

6,671 

7,268 

7,055 

6,736 

5,805 

6,390 

6,551 

6,284 

6,243 

6,505 

6,132 

5,808 

5,774 

5,018 

4,191 



Vessel 
tonnage. 

4,228^689" 
4,904,999 
3,980,873 
3,751,723 
3,652,286 
3,950,762 
4,421,560 
4,496,898 
5,155,041 
5,150,665 
5,506,700 
5,968,337 
5,449,470 
5,211,160 
6,392,497 
6,591,203 
7,185,.324 
7,686,448 
6,390,260 
7,141,105 
6,930,883 
7,229.342 
7,720,225 
6,514,934 
7,375.963 
7.665,709 
7,995,211 
7,290,745 
8,785,841 
9,470,572 
8,859,007 
10,086,209 
10,793,000 
9,794,923 
10,307,777 
11,309,599 
10,948,048 
10,437,499 



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EXPORTS BY LAKE 

From the port of Chicago during 1918. 



COMMODITIES 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Wheat 


Bushels 

Bushels 

Bushels 

Tons 


17,932,774 

1,121,025 

24,045,394 

11,849 


$42,269,930 

1,588,105 

18,158,383 

7,856,949 


Corn 




V 


Oats - - 


Merchandi 


se, unc 


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Total 


vahies 

u 
II 


1918 






$69,873,367 


c 


1917 






3,400,093 
3,484,123 
9,839,379 
25,900,005 
4,618,161 
5,694,070 
7.753.183 


II 


1916 








1915 








1914 








1913 








1912 








1911 









1910 






4,111,447 
6,532,941 
3,771,409 
5,176,370 
2,309,138 
3,142,033 
2.011.380 




1909 








1908 








1907 








1906 








1905 









1904 









1903 






3,864,440 
3 347 136 




1902 








1901 






7,053,717 
8,382,450 
5,319,199 




1900 








1899 







IN TRANSIT SHIPMENTS— 1918. 



COMMODITIES 



Flour 

Com 

Oats 

Mill Stuff. 

Merchandise, unclassified 



Tons... 
Bushels. 
Bushels. 
Tons... 
Tons... 



Quantity. 



337 

65,550 

308,000 

1,843 

938 



Statement showing the number of arrivals and clearances, net tonnage of VESSELS and tonnage of CARGOES received 
and shipped at the ports of Chicago and South Chicago for a series of years. 



Year. 


Total Entrances 
and Clearances. 


Total Net Tonnage of 

VESSELS 
Entered and Cleared. 


Total Tonnage of 

CARGOES 

Received and Shipped. 


1900 


16.966 
16,274 
15,754 
14,823 
12,922 
13,981 
13,594 
12,836 
11,196 
12,012 
12,202 
11.878 
11,500 
11,981 
11,200 
10,152 
10,108 
8,540 
6,649 


13,990,894 
13,634,904 
14,239,398 
15,032,109 
12,752,591 
14,507,270 
15,405,200 
15,649,035 
14,291,640 
16,360,547 
16,747,479 
15,957.005 
17,065,541 
17,999,264 
16,018,782 
15,573,328 
17,705,710 
15,408,151 
13,626,971 


9,656,744 
10,179,519 

9,630,220 
10,847,778 

8,174,331 

9,919,380 
10,302,112 
11,410,470 

9,957,323 
10,379,759 
11,527,621 
10,633,572 
11,963,583 
13,275,320 
10,330,085 
10,227,830 
12,748,116 
12,169,991 
12,380,734 


1901 


1902 


1903 


1904 


1905 


1906 


1907 


1908 


1909 


1910 


1911 


1912 


1913 


1914 


1915 


1916 


1917 


1918 



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VESSELS LOST. 

Owned at Chicago, 1918. 



Class. 


Name. 


Net 
Ton- 
nage. 


Value. 


Insur- 
ance. 


Lives 
Lost. 


Remarks. 


Screw Steamer 


Helena 


1,578 


SI 00,000 


$100,000 


None Stranded September 17, 1918, on Sunken 
Chicken Reef, T.Rke Erie. 



no 

LAKE COMMERCE OF CHICAGO, 1918 

RECEIPTS 



COiMMODITIES 



Coal, Hard 

Coal, Soft 

*Iron Ore 

Salt 

Iron, Manufactured 

Lumber 

Railroad Ties 

Sugar 

Unclassified 



Tons... 
Tons... 
Tons... 
Tons... 
Tons... 
Mfcet. 
Pieces.. 
Tons... 
Tors... 



Chicago 
River 



307.972 



88,150 

1,445 

62,664 

37,200 

3,175 

355,954 



Calumet 
River 



133,768 

964,387 

6,293,506 



844 



1,158,517 



Total 



441,740 

964,387 

6,293,506 

88,150 

2,289 

62,664 

37,200 

3,175 

1,514,471 



*This is exclusive of 3,843,543 tons received at Gary and 1,203,241 tons received at Indiana Harbor. 



SHIPMENTS 



COMMODITIES 




Chicago 
River 


Calumet 
River 


Total 


Flour 


Tons 

Bushels 

Bushels 

Bvishels 

Bushels 

Tons 

Sacks 

Tons 


57,654 

13,136,985 

564,579 

12,527,371 

663,500 

13,247 

46,982 

337,177 




57 654 


Wheat 

Corn. ... 


25,569,760 

2,471,948 

18,247,941 

735,200 


38,706,745 
3,036,525 

30,775,312 

1,398,700 

13,247 


Oats 

Rye 

Mill Stuffs 


Wool 




46,982 


Unclassified 




337,177 









2,125,000 barrels of gasoline and 733,500 barrels of oi! were shipped from Indiana Harbor, Ind. 



EXPORT OF GRAIN TO CANADIAN PORTS 

Wheat 17,932,774 bushels value 542,269,930 

Oats 24,045,394 bushels value $18,158,383 

Corn 1,121,025 bushels value $ 1,588,105 



NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED AT THE PORT OF CHICAGO IN 1918 

AND THEIR REGISTERED TONNAGE. 





ENTERED 






CT.KARED 






Number. 


Registered 
Net Tonnage 




Number. 


Registered 
Net Tonnage 


Chicago River 

Calumet River 


2,194 
1,108 


2,109,975 
4,527,520 


Chicago River 

Calumet River 

Total 


2,207 
1,139 


2,356,748 
4,632,728 


Total 


3,302 


6,637,495 


3,346 


6,989,476 







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GENERAL STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES 



y 



GRAIN CROPS OF THE UNITED STATES 
AND OF THE WORLD 



LIVE STOCK ON FARMS 



STATEMENTS OF EXPORTS 



VISIBLE SUPPLY OF GRAIN 



TARIFF DUTIES, HARVEST TIME OF THE.WORLD, 
FOREIGN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, ETC. 



112 



EXPORTS OF SPECIFIED DOMESTIC BREADSTUFFS 

TO EUROPE, 

Ihe following statement exhibits the total exports of flour, lolieat, corn and rye from 
ike United States to Europe, annually, since 1862 (calculations being made for ihe 
years ended August 31 to 1869, <uvl since that date for the years ended June 30): 



Year ending 
June aO— 



FliOUB. Bkls. 



To 

<'t. Britain 

and 

Ireland. 



1862 3.673,515 

1863 1,479.413 

1864 1,241,804 

1865 170.109 

1866 147.568 

1867 179.990 

1868 539,494 

18H9 407.083 

1870 1,188,951 

1871 1.237.6-'4 

1873 ^38,544 

1873 531,801 

1874 1,703,984 

1875 1,331.334 

1876 1,335.185 

1877 91K.383 

1878 1,615,479 

1879 3.639.6t>5 

1880 3,645,953 

1881 4.610,415 

1883 3,389,9'i9 

1883 5.717,429 

1884 5,5^3.843 

1885 6,807,538 

1886 4,914,783 

1887 7,633.071 

1888 8,070,490 

1889 5.281.738 

1890 7.433.988 

1891 7.037.430 

1893 9.603.910 

1893 10.361.860 

1894 9.9S7.179 

1895 8.a57.539 

T896 8.311,3:36 

1897 8,256.630 

1898 9.133,465 

1899 10,333,360 

1900 10,357,038 

1901 10,854.573 

1903 9,059.733 

1903 9.835,386 

1904 8,673,943 

1905 2.455.667 

1906 5.366, W9 

1907 5.356.034 

1908 5,764.073 

1909 4,03.5,605 

1910 3,16I.4:i5 

1911 2,790.998 

1912 3,372,797 

1913 2.438,167 

1914 2,809.800 

1915 4.156,097 

1916 3.14.5.0:!0 

1917 3,015,525 

1918 10,05.5.837 



To 

other 

Europe. 



626,672 

213.579 

100.511 

23.261 

4,285 

4.394 

78.975 

38,973 

57,053 

136,6;W 

15,315 

13,115 

139,683 

31,718 

51,581 

33.902 

49.936 

226.447 

134,478 

530,476 

187.601 

403.596 

349,978 

374.493 

133,066 

565.096 

460,607 

192.419 

218,973 

530.516 

1.385,747 

1,549.009 

1.85;i.l5H 

1,;308,063 

990.6.55 

978,303 

1.476,323 

2,366,783 

3,408,941 

3,3.53,6(i3 

3,767,2:36 

3,854,729 

1,860,3:23 

945.439 

3.196,070 

3„571,iyi 

3.403,680 

3,015,474 

1,609.284 

1.818.743 

1,505,723 

3.1:35,698 

3,393,862 

6,L5;iO,i:i3 

6.270,.580 

4,350,719 

9,759,013 



Wheat. Bo 



To 

Gt. Britain 

and 

Ireland. 



35,754.709 
23.167,190 
16,492,.523 
3.989.740 
1,.531,310 
6,014.371 
13,993,609 
13.3,56,550 
27,787,609 
33,488,021 
19.017,411 
31,790,876 
51,833,278 
43.057,004 
43.3.56.6.53 
31.2li2.296 
54,664.732 
57,419.393 
79,068.075 
83..5,50,921 
65.6011,582 
65.366.803 
44,761,690 
56.5:{3.003 
34.936,341 
54.:3.53,915 
41,:33:i,300 
31.568..536 
38.340.52;j 
39.830.650 
67.;J93.960 
72.513.134 
.50,868.680 
54,:373.341 
4:{,648.077 
55,743.689 
80,163.805 
74,613.304 
63,774,870 
78.574,7,53 
77..544,418 
47,.590,I61 
23..589.371 
3,907,1.53 
15,457.6:39 
36.13!l.:346 
43,838,533 
24.457.788 
33,39;{,.361 
11.398,0:30 
15.765,4.54 
31,548,,507 
38.035,306 
6.5.91 i;5i II 
53„5.50.376 
67,976,120 
15,139,803 



To 

other 

Europe. 



7,617,473 

2,;343,314 

333,819 

112,315 

68,111 

79,417 

378,453 

239,930 

2.0K9,329 

3,430.763 

3,667,327 

986,673 

10,333.726 

4,187,396 

7,354,646 

4.763,349 

11,.567.314 

59.383,041 

65.756,763 

59.007,799 

35.453.924 

34,953.669 

19.594,313 

34,691,016 

13,7:35.074 

43,411.300 

19,334,838 

ll,533,f;56 

10.8--'9,047 

21.771.681 

84.416.357 

38.523.108 

3:3.119.023 

17,420.683 

9,2ti0.708 

11,769.751 

55,:383.704 

.53.589,533 

34,2:20.886 

41.231,807 

62,794,566 

46,1:34,173 

16,6.55,844 

211.534 

1,3,706.409 

43,137,840 

4.5,107,105 

38,170.583 

17,899,873 

8.31.5,173 

11,031,743 

51,6:54,.551 

.54.537.314 

165.948,358 

107.339.639 

76,504,629 

18.606.428 



Corn. Bu. 



To 

Gt. Britain 

and 

Ireland. 



14,084.168 
10,3:34,a56 
717,4.34 
1.293.404 
13,908,3,58 
10,410,208 
9,121.449 
4,257,591 
40.900 
5,905,445 
35,779,331 
29,334,759 
26,399,333 
23.387,367 
43,4.53.240 
.5.5.466,4:35 
65,915,851 
64,506.311 
55,635.347 
53,014,143 
38,664,934 
30,010,671 
36,4:36,771 
33,398,606 
37,871,149 
24,365.983 
14.359.487 
41,096.737 
54,601,0:M 
14.1,31.181 
36,503.653 
17.134.2:38 
26.849.826 
15.36:3.975 
49.110.146 
75.489.129 
82.876.864 
68,607,317 
85,;318.737 
79,844,843 
10,030,459 
33,366.063 
21,371.765 
3:3.138.794 
44.3.58,:3.50 
38,933,934 
18,451,504 
15.148,311 
10,667.813 
17.73:5.4:34 
10,616,4.«8 
14.983.604 
540.515 
3,850,3.52 
5,637.128 
24,493,817 
21,197,7^4 



To 

Other 

Europe. 



323,074 

68,957 

13,369 

11.485 

41.803 

10.360 

73.104 

174,372 

42.807 

191,399 

973,679 

646,181 

1,659,437 

1,570,166 

1,906,614 

5,476.641 

9,841,174 

12,431,011 

33,565,597 

28,882,344 

9,009,774 

6,036,099 

6,441.012 

12,813,883 

17,962,971 

10,161,.309 

4,973.753 

18.947.134 

34.692.002 

9.538.602 

33.087.534 

13.135.779 

25.308.753 

7.861..565 

39.746,702 

79,330,873 

98,933,947 

83,371,331 

107.201,058 

83.494,849 

10,471,977 

33,405,286 

25,555,770 

43,503,035 

61,2,54,426 

38.416,378 

23,398,618 

13.544,6:30 

13.766.032 

23,6fil,213 

15,866.634 

33,151.713 

792.564 

33,675,831 

18,,548,395 

18,790,257 

7,415,398 



Kye. Bo. 



To 
Gt. Br'n 

and 
Ireland. 



1,214 
312 



35,380 

301,314 

13.5,700 

297.769 

163.589 

63.961 

60.558 

61,301 



307 



460.566 

' 438.069 

377.035 

50.447 

8.330 

267.559 

895.301 

1.073,369 

1,130.355 

679,889 

854.881 

650,567 

700.0a9 

409,644 

■529.;36b 
278,042 
636,499 
786.067 
195,966 



762,999 
509,638 
1,077.743 
1.434,010 
1.293,060 
5.970.079 



To 

Other 

Europe. 



1,612,929 
435,205 
13,965 
97,529 
245,651 
160,086 
544,916 



756,843 

498,207 

1,520.469 

198,092 

510,856 

3.026,962 

3.751,420 

4,640,312 

2,595,867 

1,7.54,027 

907,686 

2,064,135 

5.287,644 

2,933,447 

195.094 

351,513 

5,982 

l,676!77i 

308,607 

9,111,242 

876,886 
63,455 

675,738 
7.274,400 
13.916.634 
8,628,615 
1,578,535 
1,085.999 
1.871,364 
3,883.810 

251,214 

■'765,744 
408,295 

1,694,348 

458,560 

21,429 



974,339 

1,646,140 

11,419.749 

13.957.723 

12,8,37.124 

6,014,703 



The total exports to all foreign countries, of flour, wheat, corn, oats, rye and barley, as 
reported by the Departm,ent of Commerce at Washington, for ihe last 

seven years, ended June SO. mere asfoWnos: 



Flour, brls. 
Wheat, bu. 
Corn, bu... 
Oats, bu — 
Rye, bu — 
Barley, bu. 



1918. 


1917. 


1916. 


1915. 


1914. 


1913. 


1912. 


21,880,151 


11,943,778 


15.520,669 


16.183,765 


11.821.461 


11.394,805 


11,006,487 


34.118,853 


149,831,427 


173.374.015 


359,fi42..533 


93.393,775 


91.602,974 


30.160,212 


40,997,^27 


61,720,8«2 


38.317.012 


48,786.291 


9.380.8.55 


49.064.967 


40.038.795 


10.5.S81.233 


88.944,401 


95.918.884 


97,169,551 


1.859.949 


33,759,177 


2,171.503 


13.065.932 


13 260.015 


14..533,4.37 


12..544.8.88 


2.233, 93 1 


1,832,963 


5,548 


28.408.978 


16.381.077 


27.473.160 


26.754.532 


6.644.747 


17,536,703 


1,585.242 



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^EXPORTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN 

From the United States monthly for two years. 



1918 


Flour, 
Brls. 


WTieat, 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats, 
Bu. 


Rye, 
Bu. 


Barlev, 
Bu. 


January ■ 


2,340,000 

2,090,000 

2,338,000 

2,520,000 

2,347,000 

2,424,000 

2,434,000 

972,000 

333,000 

714,000 

1,312,000 

1,879,000 


1,914,000 

1,048,000 

1,688,000 

1,024,000 

;!53,000 

467,000 

22.-),000 

15,120.000 

26.848,000 

21,319,000 

16,087 000 

25,084,000 


1,953,000 
3.203.000 
7.658.000 
8.M5,000 
3,793,000 
3,279,000 
2,009,000 
1,850,000 
2,470,000 
2,335,000 
1.710,000 
991,000 


8.279,000 

7.565,000 

5,388,000 

9,085,000 

11.436.000 

7.251,000 

15,294,000 

11,523.000 

14,952,000 

7,503,000 

7,660,000 

8,565,000 


1,829,000 

1,066,000 

1,001,000 

12.5,000 

118,000 

266,000 

213,0b0 

212,000 

308,000 

466,000 

1,094,000 

1,009,000 


1,498,000 


February 

March. . . 


3,966,000 
2,436,000 


.\pril 

May 


3,513,000 
3,211,000 


June 

Julv 


702,000 
1,935,000 


.\ugust 

September 


587,000 

204.000 

1,000 


November 

December 


260,000 
794,000 






Totals 


21,712,000 


111,177,000 


39.89G.00O 


114,501,000 


7,797,000 


19,107,000 







1917 


Flour, 

Brls. 


. Wheat, 
Bu. 


Corn, 
Bu. 


Oats, 
Bu. 


Rye, 

Bu. 


Barlev. 
Bu. 


January 

February 

March 


1,133,000 

706,000 

1,011,000 

949,000 

1,080,000 

1,234,000 

747,000 

1,015,000 

1,015,000 

1,357,000 

1,275,000 

2,402,000 


1S,906,000 

10,384,000 

7,885,000 

14,233,000 

1 1,359,000 

15,804,000 

5,059,000 

5,170,000 

2,613,000 

5,415,000 

4,878,000 

4,491,000 


7,253,000 
6,597,000 
10,834,000 
0,463,000 
4,838,000 
3,720,000 
3,146,000 
2,670.000 
980,000 
1,602,000 
1,622,000 
2,443,000 


7,793.000 

5,392.000 

4,947,000 

5,436,000 

7,638,000 

10,600,000 

5,-374,000 

12,522,000 

4.644,000 

11,334,000 

11,591,000 

11,407,000 


1,203,000 

1,179,000 

540.000 

840.000 

1.249,000 

740,000 

367,000 

98,000 

137,000 

1.248,000 

2,918,000 

2,892,000 


1,662,000 
032,000 
340,000 

1,182,000 


May 


2,289,000 


June 

.July 

August 

September 

October 

November 


597,000 
762,000 
1,456,000 
1,560,000 
3,925,000 
2,135,000 


December 


1,320,000 


Totals 


13,924,000 


103,197,000 


52,108,000 


98,678,000 


13,411,000 


17,860,000 



-A'These figures are compiled from monthly reports of the Department of Commerce and slightly vary when totaled fcr 
the year, from the yearly figures compiled by the De[)artmcnt. The difTcrcnces are due to corrections made from time to 
time during the year. 



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115 



EXPORTS OF FLOUR, WHEAT AND CORN FROM 

THE UNITED STATES. 

During the year ended December SI, 1918, and the principal countries to which the 

same were exported. 



COUNTRIES 


Flour, 
Brls. 


Wheat, 
Bu. 


Com, 
Bu. 


Bplgi'i'" 




12,628,186 


3,467,151 


OpTiTTiftrk 


43,044 




Finland 






France 


5,015,150 

2,929,005 

105,090 

10,013,533 

48,735 

192,086 


6,386,134 
16,337,436 

2,236,354 
43,146,559 


1,369,962 


Italy 


2,196,321 


Netherlands 


46,004 


United Kingdom 


15,658,493 


Greece. . .*. 






383,144 
110,550 




Spain 




Sweden. . 






Other Europe 


2,257,379 

61,045 

59,487 

65,834 

541,564 

378 

178,093 

596 

20 

530 






Canada 


26,493,421 


13,228,954 


Central America.. 




Mexico 




2,736,239 


Cuba 




1,074,099 


Haiti 






Other West Indies 






Brazil 






Chili 






Venezuela 






Hongkong 






Phihppine Islands.. . 


22 

17,420 

177,689 






British West Africa ... 






Other Countries 


3,455,319 


121,868 






Totals 


21,706,700 


111,177,103 


39,899,091 



UNITED STATES TARIFF DUTIES. 

The tariff duties upon cereals and farm products to be computed on all imports into 
the United States from, and after, October 3, 1913. 





Tariff Rate* 


Wheat flour 


♦Free 


■Wheat 


•F-ee 


Corn 


Free 


Oats 


6 cents per ba. 


Rye 


Free 


Bai ley 


15 cents per bii> 


Barley malt 


25 a a « 


Buckwheat 


Free 


Beans 


25 cents per bu. 


Peas, dried, per bushel 


10 " " * 


Peas, split, per 60 lbs 


20 « • • 


Potatoes, sweet, per bushel, 60 lbs 


*Free 


All other, per bushel, 60 lbs 


*Free 


Flaxseed or Linseed, 56 lbs 


20 cents per btu 
1 " 'lb. 


Rice, cleaned, per lb 


Hops, per lb 


16 « ■ ■ 


Butter and substitutes, per lb 


214' ' ' 


Eggs, per doz 


Free 


Hay, per ton 


$2 per ton. 


Meats — all kinds 


Free 


Meat extracts, game, poultry — dutiable. 





♦Except when imported from a country which imposes a duty on United States articles or prod- 
ucts of like nature, in which case the duty on Flour is 45 cents a bbl. of 196 pounds. Wheat, 10 
cents per bushel. Potatoes, 10 per cent ad valorem. 



116 
RECEIPTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN. 



Aithe 


principal 


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five years 


• 




Flour. 
Brls. 


Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


Rye. 
Bu. 


Barley. 
Bu. 


Total. 

Flour reduced 

to Bushels. 


1918 


8.914,000 

750,000 

5,962,000 

2,965,000 

830,000 

555,000 

Not compiled 

2,586,000 

Not compiled 

Not compiled 


69,610,000 

111,885,000 

78,843,000 

37,732,000 

13,049,000 

50,448,000 

18,041,000 

3,521,000 

5,514,000 

1,634,000 


100,409,000 

16,527,000 

190,000 

25,707,000 

11,804,000 

30,303,000 

45,688,000 

37,585,000 

2,545,000 

4,451,000 


137,072,000 

44,065,000 

2,507,000 

32,884,000 

39,266,000 

15,548,000 

23,572,000 

15,231,000 

8,880,000 

3,881,000 


4,480,000 
13,234,000 

8,275,000 
418,000 

2,668,000 
465,000 

1,500,000 
383,000 
405,000 
635,000 


18,534,000 

32,715,000 

4,828,000 

906,000 

10,118,000 

1,566,000 

2,663,000 

1,061,000 

980,000 

42,000 


370,218,000 


Minneapolis 

Duluth 


221,801,000 
121,472,000 


St. Louis 


110,989,000 




80,640,000 


Kansas Citv 


100,828,000 


Omaha 


91,464,000 




69,418,000 


Toledo 


18,324,000 


Detroit 


10,643,000 






Totals 


22,562,000 


390,277,000 


275,209,000 


322,906,000 


32,463,000 


73,413,000 


1,195,797,000 


1917 
Chicago 


9,678,000 

888,000 

4,603,000 

3,894,000 

1,073,000 

508,000 

Not compiled 

1,867,000 

Not compiled 

156,000 


31,751,000 
101,021,000 
♦30,577,000 

30,360,000 
7,676,000 

36,955,000 

13,715,000 
2,792,000 
5,443,000 
2,484,000 


70,854,000 

8,065,000 

32,000 

22,250,000 

11,122,000 

14,018,000 

29,883,000 

29,267,000 

2,228,000 

2,715,000 


125,910,000 
29,382,000 
*5, 184,000 
30,843,000 
29,344,000 
14,918,000 
20,281,000 
16,986,000 
3,721,000 
3,626,000 


4,541,000 

9,213,000 

3,801,000 

460,000 

2,500,000 

442,000 

871,000 

221,000 

124,000 

460,000 


22,348,000 

27,791,000 

•8,559,000 

1,727,000 

16,724,000 

711,000 

1,711,000 

3,297,000 

15,000 


298,955,000 




179,468,000 


Duluth 


68,867,000 


St. Louis 


103,163,000 


Milwaukee 


72,194,000 


Kansas City 

Omaha 


69,330,000 
66,461,000 


Peoria 


60,965,000 


Toledo 


11,531,000 


Detroit 


9,987,000 








Totals 


22,667,000 


262,774,000 


190,434,000 


280,195,000 


22,633,000 


82,883.000 


940,921,000 






1916. 
Chicago 


9,353.000 

900,000 

7,210,000 

4,491,000 

2,458,000 

477,000 

Not compiled 

2,186,000 

Not compiled 

328,000 


74,944,000 
130,40j,000 
•50,691,000 

40,579,000 
8,705,000 

77,786,000 

36,831,000 
3,440,000 
6,593,000 
2,539,000 


102,376,000 
7,536,000 


161,244,000 

42,526,000 

•7,300,000 

19,237,000 

40,135,000 

7,961,000 

14,571,000 

11,729,000 

4.359,000 

3,933,000 


5,601,000 

7,297,000 

2,848,000 

814,000 

3,669,000 

415,000 

1,164,000 

630,000 

135,000 

531,000 


34,526.000 

37.588.000 

•10.621.000 

1,581,000 

22,403,000 

2,043,000 

1,137,000 

3,333,000 

19,000 


420,780,000 


MiDiieapolis 


229,402,000 


Duluth 


103,905,000 


St. Louia 


18,460,000 
11,611,000 
22,186,000 
21,467,000 
37,165,000 
3,962,000 
3,835,000 


100,881,000 


Milwaukee 


97,584,000 


Kansas City 


112,538,000 


Omaha 


75,170,000 


Peoria 


66,134,000 


Toledo 


15,068,000 


Detroit 


12,314,000 








Totals 


27,403,000 


432,513,000 


228,598,000 


312,995,000 


23,104,000 


113,251,000 


1,233,776,000 






1915. 
Chicago 


9,063,000 

757,000 

5,360,000 

3,953,000 

3,502,000 

179,000 

Not compiled 

2,693,000 

Not complied 

355,000 


70,704,000 
142,669,000 
*95,122,000 

35,245,000 
6,723,000 

58,694,000 

16,588,000 
4,831,000 
9,-551,000 
2,714,000 


95,357,000 

10,777,000 

2,358,000 

18,898,000 

14,118,000 

20,804,000 

24,295,000 

20,479,000 

4,133,000 

3,797,000 


133,475,000 

33,545,000 

*6,482,000 

19,408,000 

28,538,000 

6,248,000 

11,042,000 

11,280,000 

6,342,000 

4,779,000 


4,648,000 

6,237,000 

4,053,000 

494,000 

3,579,000 

392,000 

1,076,000 

373,000 

118,000 

539,000 


26,167,000 

36,594,000 

*14,343,000 

1,471,000 

17,191,000 

1,817,000 

5.55,000 

2,334,000 

142,000 

9,000 


371,135,000 


Minneapolis 


233,229,000 


Duluth 


146,478,000 


St. Louis 


93,304,000 


Milwaukee 


85,908,000 


Kansas City. . 


88,761,000 


Omaha 


53,556,000 


Peoria 


51,415,000 


Toledo 


20,286,000 


Detroit 


13,435,000 






Totals... 


25,862,000 


442,841,000 


215,016,000 


261,139,000 


21,509,000 


100,623,000 


1,157,507,000 






1914. 
Chicago 


9,709,000 

816,000 

5,264,000 

3,515,000 

3,249,000 

180,000 

*Iot compiled 

. 2,293,000 

Not compiled 

451,000 


99,290.000 
115,390,000 
•63,508,000 

33,569,000 
9,831,000 

70,758,000 

18.925,000 
2,399,000 
0,857.000 
2,246,000 


106,600,000 

12.260,000 

1,377,000 

17,106.000 

18,338,000 

23,173,000 

30,005,000 

14,520.000 

4,310,000 

3,349,000 


138,400,000 

22,215,000 

•7,326,000 

24,945,000 

20,792,000 

9,258,000 

16,951,000 

12,926,000 

3,586,000 

3,998,000 


3,432,000 

6,008,000 

4,341,000 

389,000 

3,708,000 

197,000 

584,000 

494,000 

104,000 

518,000 


25,460,000 

28,304,000 

•11,197,000 

2,391,000 

17,986,000 

483,000 

519,000 

2,778,000 

40,000 

57,000 


416,873,500 


Minneapolis 


187,849,000 


Duluth 


111,437.000 


St. Louis 


94,217,500 


Milwaukee 


91,275,000 


Kansas City 


104,679,000 


Omaha 


66,984,000 


Peoria 


43,436,000 


Toledo 


14,897,000 


Detroit 


12,198,000 






Totals 


25,477,000 


422,773,000 


231,038,000 


266,397,000 


19,775,000 


89,215.000 


1,143,845,000 







•Includes Canadian. 



117 



CROPS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1918. 

(As estimated by the United States Agricultural Department.) 





Corn. 


WiNTEB Wheat. 






Yield 








Tield 








Acreage. 


per 


Produc- 


Total 


Acreage. 


per 


Produc- 


Total 






acre. 


tion. 


value. 




acre. 


tion. 


value. 




Acres. 


Bush. 


Bushels. 


Dollars. 


Acres. 


Bush. 


Bushels. 


Dollars. 


Maine 


27,000 


45 


1,215,000 


2,029,000 










New Hampshire. . . 


28,000 


45.0 


1,260,000 


1,890,000 










Vermoni 


45,000 

40,000 

13,0dO 

•^ 56,000 


38.0 
52.0 
44.0 
50.0 


1,710,000 

2,080,000 

572,000 

2,800,000 


2,907,000 
3,536,000 
1,030,000 
4,788,000 










Massachusetts. . . . 










Hhode Island 










Connecticut 










New York 


820,000 


36.0 


29,520,000 


51,660,000 


380,000 


18.0 


6,840,000 


14,706,000 


New Jersey 


279,000 


41.0 


11,439,000 


17,158,000 


100,000 


17.0 


1,700,000 


3,655,000 


Pennsylvania 


1,560,000 


40.0 


62,400,000 


96,720,000 


1,454,000 


17.0 


24,718,000 


52,897,000 


Delaware 


235,000 


31.0 


7,285,000 


9,908,000 


133,000 


13.0 


1,729,000 


3,838,000 


Maryland 


686,000 


35.0 


24,010,000 


32,414,000 


732,000 


15.5 


11,346,000 


24,848,000 


Virginia 


2,000,000 


28.0 


56,000,000 


89,600,000 


1,300,000 


12.0 


15,600,000 


34,164,000 


West Virginia 


800,000 


31.0 


24,800,000 


44,640,000 


348,000 


14.2 


4,942,000 


10,922,000 


North Carolina 


3,065,000 


21.0 


64,365,000 


113,926,000 


1,015,000 


7.0 


7,105,000 


16,342,000 


South Carolina. . . . 


2,250,000 


17.0 


38,250,000 


74,588,000 


205,000 


11.0 


2,255,000 


5,863,000 


Georgia 


4,590,000 


15.0 


68,850,000 


113,602,000 


356,000 


10.2 


3,631,000 


9,658,000 


Florida 


880,000 


16.0 


14,080,000 


19,430,000 










Ohio 


3,700,000 


36.0 


133,200,000 


173,160,000 


2,275,000 


19.0 


43,225,000 


91,637,000 


Indiana 


5,138,000 


33.0 


169,554,000 


201,769,000 


2,346,000 


21.0 


49,266,000 


102,473,000 


Illinois 


9,900,000 


35.5 


351,450,000 


421,740,000 


2,524,000 


21.5 


54,266,000 


112,873,000 


Michigan 


1,610,000 


30.0 


48,300,000 


62,790,000 


715,000 


14.0 


10,010,000 


20,921,000 


Wisconsin 


1,717,000 


40.5 


69,538,000 


90,399,000 


58,000 


22.0 


1,276,000 


2,616,000 


Minnesota 


2,750,000 


40.0 


110,000,000 


122,100,000 


69,000 


20.0 


1,380,000 


2,815,000 


Iowa 


10,434,000 


36.0 


375,624,000 


458,261,000 


300,000 


20.5 


6,150,000 


12,300,000 


Missouri 


6,693,000 


20.0 


133,860,000 


191,420,000 


3,074,000 


17.2 


52,873,000 


108,390,000 


North Dakota .... 


484,000 


19.0 


9,196.000 


11,955,000 










South Dakota 


3,182,000 


34.0 


108,188,000 


119,007,000 


115,000 


17.0 


1,955,000 


3,890,000 


Nebraska 


6,954,000 


17.7 


123,086,000 


157,550,000 


3,016,000 


11.1 


33,478,000 


• 65,952,000 


Kansas 


6,130,000 


7.1 


43,523,000 


64,849,000 


7,217,000 


14.1 


101,760,000 


202,502,000 


Kentucky 


3,600,000 


26.0 


93,600,000 


136,656,000 


933,000 


13.0 


12,129,000 


25,956,000 


Tennessee 


3,500,000 


24.0 


84,000,000 


121,800,000 


750,000 


10.0 


7,500,000 


16,050,000 


Alabama 


4,636,000 


14.6 


67,686,000 


100,175,000 


140,000 


9.5 


1,330,000 


3.258,000 


Mississippi 


3,900,000 


17.0 


66,300,000 


100,113,000 


30,000 


16.5 


495,000 


1,238,000 


Louisiana 


1,850,000 


16 


29,600,000 


47,656,000 










Texas 


6,900,000 


10.0 


69,000,000 


121,440,000 


892,000 


10.0 


8,920,000 


19,178,000 


Oklahoma 


3,250,000 


7.5 


24,375,000 


39,975,000 


2,611,000 


12.6 


32,899,000 


66,127,000 


Arkansas 


2,700,000 

100,000 

40,000 


13.0 
21.0 
25.0 


35,100,000 
2,100,000 
1,000,000 


63,180,000 
2,835,000 
1,400,000 


254,000 
682,000 
' 80,000 


12.0 
12.0 
24.0 


3,048,000 
8,184,000 
1,920,000 


6,309,000 


Montana 


15,877,000 


Wyoming 


3,029,000 


Colorado 


527,000 


21.0 


11,067,000 


14,940,000 


430,000 


16.5 


7,095,000 


13,835,000 


New Mexico 


170,000 


25.0 


4,250,000 


7,650,000 


127,000 


10.0 


1,270,000 


2,667,000 


Arizona 


34,000 
24,000 
2,000 
23,000 
43,000 


28.0 
28.0 
32.0 
40.0 
38.0 


952,000 

672,000 

64,000 

920,000 

1,634,000 


1,999,000 
1,216,000 
134,000 
1,684,000 
2,778,000 


38,000 

160,000 

5,000 

298,000 

401,000 


26.0 
16.6 
29.0 
22.0 
23.5 


988,000 
2,656,000 

145,000 
6,556,000 
9,424,000 


2.371,000 


Utah 


4,993,000 


Nevada 


299,000 


Idaho 


12,588,000 


Washington 


18,471,000 


Oregon 


44,000 
85,000 


31.0 
35.0 


1,364,000 
2,975,000 


2,114,000 
5,742,000 


635,000 
506,000 


17.0 
15.0 


10,795,000 
7,590,000 


21,698,000 


California 


16,394,000 


Totals— 1918. . . 


107,494,000 


24.0 


2.582,814,000 


3,528,313,000 


36,704,000 


15.2 


558,449,000 


1,154,200,000 


1917... 


116,730,000 


26.3 


3,065,223,000 


3,920,228,000 


27,257,000 


15.1 


412,901,000 


837,237,000 


1916... 


105,296,000 


24.4 


2,566,927,000 


2,280,729,000 


34,709,000 


13.8 


480,553,000 


781,906,000 


1915. .. 


106,197,000 


28.2 


2,904,793,000 


1,722,680,000 


41,308.000 


16.3 


673,947,000 


638,149,000 


1914... 


103,435,000 


25.8 


2,672,804,000 


1,702,599,000 


36,008,000 


19.0 


684,990,000 


675,623,000 


1913... 


105,820,000 


23.1 


2,446,988,000 


1,692,092,000 


31,699,000 


16.6 


523,561,000 


433,995,000 


1912. . . 


107,083,000 


29.2 


3,124,746,000 


1,520,454,000 


26,571,000 


15.1 


399,919,000 


323,572,000 


1911... 


105,825,000 


23.9 


2,531,488,000 


1,565,258,000 


29.162,000 


14.8 


430,656,000 


379,151,000 


1910. .. 


114,002,000 


27.4 


3,125,713,000 


1,523,968.000 


29,427,000 


15.8 


464.044,000 


413,575,000 


1909. .. 


108,771,000 


25.5 


2,772,376,000 


1,652,822,000 


28,330,000 


15.8 


446,366,000 


459,154,000 


1908. . . 


101,788.000 


26.2 


2,668,651,000 


1,616.145,000 


30,349,000 


14.4 


437,908,000 


410,330,000 


1907. . . 


99,931,000 


25.9 


2,592,320,000 


1,336,901,000 


28,132,000 


14.6 


409,442,000 


361,217,000 


1906. .. 


96,737.581 


30.3 


2,927,416,091 


1,166,626,479 


29,599,961 


16.7 


492,888,004 


336,435,081 


1905... 


94,011,369 


28.8 


2,706.993.540 


1,116,696,738 


29,864,018 


14.3 


428,462,834 


334,986,942 


1904. .. 


92,231,581 


26.8 


2,467,480,934 


1.087,461,440 


26,865,855 


12.4 


332,935,346 


325,611,373 


1903. .. 


88,091,993 


25.5 


2,244,176,925 


952,868,801 


32,510,510 


12.3 


399,867,250 


286,242,849 


1902. .. 


94,043,613 


26.8 


2,523,648,312 


1,017,017,349 


28,581,426 


14.4 


411,788,666 


266,727,475 


1901. .. 


91.349,928 




1,522,519,891 


921,555,768 


30,239,700 i 


458,834,501 





118 



CROPS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1918. 



(As estimated by the Unites States Agricultural Department.) 





Spring Wheat. 


Oats. 






Yield 








Yied 








Acreage. 


per 


Produc- 


Total 


Acreage. 


p°r 


Produc- 


Total 






acre. 


tion. 


value. 




acre. 


tion. 


value. 




Acres. 


Bush. 


Bushels. 


Dollars. 


Acres. 


Bu.sh. 


Bushels. 


Dollars. 


Maine 


23,000 


22 


506,000 


1 199,000 


169 000 


40 


6,760,000 


6,084,000 


Nf»w Hamoshirc. . . 










24 000 


38 


912,000 


793,000 


Vprmont 


18,000 


22 


396,000 


915,000 


103 000 


41 


4,223,000 


3,801,000 












12,000 


40 


480,000 


437,000 


Rhode Island 










2,000 


42.0 


84,000 


^76,000 


Connecticut 










24,000 


38.0 


912,000 


821,000 


New York 


50,000 


20.0 


1,000,000 


2,150,000 


l,2fiO,000 


41.0 


51,660,000 


43 394,000 


New Jersey 










85.000 


40.0 


3,400.000 


2,686.000 












1,210,000 


39 


47,190,000 


37,752,000 


Delaware 










5,000 


35.0 


175,000 


152.000 


IVTarvland 










60 000 


33 


1,980.000 


1,703,000 


Virginia 










225 000 


23 


5.175,000 


.5,175,000 


Wpst Virginia 










160 000 


27 


4.320,000 


3,931.000 


North Carolina. . . . 










325,000 
500,000 


20.0 
22.0 


6,500,000 
11,000,000 


7,020,000 


South Carolina 










12,980,000 


Oporffia . 










600,000 


''0 


12,000,000 


14,280,000 


Florida 










60,000 


18.0 


1,080,000 


1.242,000 


Ohio 


15,000 


21.5 


322,000 


683,000 


1,800,000 


44.0 


79,200,000 


55,440,000 


Indiana 


7,000 


23.0 


161,000 


335,000 


2,025,000 


42.0 


85.050,000 


56,981,000 


Tllinois .... 


250,000 


26 9 


6 725,000 


13 988 000 


4 508 000 


44 


198,352,000 


132,896,000 


Alicbicran 


39,000 


18 4 


706.000 


1,476,000 


1,658 000 


40 


66,320,000 


45,761.000 


Wisconsin 


348,000 


24.6 


8,561,000 


-17.550,000 


2,364,000 


46.6 


110,162,000 


73,809,000 


Minnesota 


3,730,000 


21.0 


78.330,000 


159,793,000 


3,282,000 


41.0 


134,562,000 


84,774,000 


Iowa 


750,000 


18.0 


13,500,000 


27,000,000 


5,466,000 


42.0 


229.572,000 


146,926.000 




18,000 


15 6 


281,000 


576,000 


1,524,000 


29 


44,196 000 


30,937,000 


North Dakota. . . . 


7,770,000 


13.0 


101,010,000 


205,050,000 


2,575,000 


23.5 


60,512,000 


36,912,000 


South Dakota 


3,650,000 


19.0 


69,350,000 


138,006,000 


2,160,000 


39.0 


84,240,000 


49.702.000 


Nebraska 


812,000 


11.9 


9,663,000 


19.036,000 


2,531,000 


22.2 


56.188.000 


36.522,000 




31,000 


S 


248,000 


494,000 


2,329,000 


22.0 


51.238,000 


37,404,000 


Kentucky 










400,000 


24.0 


9.600,000 


8,640,000 


Tennessee 










325,000 


25.0 


8,125,000 


7,556,000 


Alabama 










428,000 


19.0 


8,132,000 


8,701,000 


Mississippi 










280,000 


20.0 


5,600,000 


5,992,000 


Louisiana 










80,000 


25.0 


2,000,000 


1.980,000 


Texas 










1,510,000 
1,380,000 


14.7 
24.0 


22,197,000 
33,120,000 


20,421,000 


Oklahoma 










27,821,000 


Arkansas 










442,000 
680,000 


25.5 
30.0 


11,271,000 
20,400,000 


9,918,000 


Montana 


1 380,000 


12.5 


17,250,000 


33,465,000 


16,320,000 


Wyoming 


180,000 


26.0 


4.680 000 


8,845,000 


285,000 


41.0 


11,685,000 


9,348,000 




312.000 


20.0 


6,240,000 


12,168,000 


293,000 


33.0 


9,669,000 


7.735.000 


New Mexico 


86,000 


24,0 


2,064,000 


4,334,000 


45,000 


28.0 


1,260.000 


1,121.000 


Arizona 










11,000 


40.0 


440.000 


528,000 


Utah 


160,000 


23.8 


3,808,000 


7,159.000 


98,000 


45.0 


4,410,000 


4.278,000 




37,000 

547,000 

1.790,000 


25.0 

21.0 

9.5 


925,000 
11,487,000 
17,005,000 


1,906,000 
22,055,000 
33,330,000 


14,000 
237,000 
310,000 


38.0 
40.0 
27.0 


532.000 
9.480,000 
8,370,000 


628.000 


Idaho 


8.911.000 


Washington. 


8,203,000 




403,000 


11.0 


4,433,000 


8,910,000 


361,000 
175,000 


25.0 
32.0 


9,025.000 
5.600,000 


8,664,000 




5,264,000 














Totals— 1918. .. 


22.406,000 


16.0 


358 651,000 


720.423,000 


44,400.000 


34.6 


1.538,359,000 


1,092,423,000 


1917... 


17,832,000 


12.5 


223,754,000 


440.875,000 


43,553,000 


36.6 


1,592,710,000 


1.061.474.000 


1916. .. 


17,607,000 


8.8 


155,705,000 


2.38.062,000 


41,527.000 


30.1 


1.251.837.000 


B55,92ii,000 


1915. .. 


19,161,000 


18.4 


351.854.000 


304,154,000 


40,996,000 


37.8 


1,549.030.000 


559,506,000 


1914. .. 


17,533,000 


11.8 


206,027.000 


203.057,000 


38.442.000 


29.7 


1,141,060,000 


499,431,000 


1913... 


18,485,000 


13 


239,819,000 


176,127,000 


38,399,000 


29.2 


1,121,768,000 


439,596,000 


1912. . . 


19,243,000 


17 2 


330,348.000 


231,708.000 


37,917,000 


37 4 


1,418.337.00( 


452,469,000 


1911. .. 


20,381,000 


9.4 


190,682,000 


163,912.000 


37,763.000 


24 4 


1.922,298,000 


414.663,000 


1910... 


19,778,000 


11 7 


231,399,000 


207,868,000 


35.288,000 


31 9 


1,126,765.000 


384.716.000 


1909. . . 


18.393.000 


15 8 


290,823.000 


270,892,000 


33,204,000 


30.3 


1.007,353,000 


408.174,000 


1908. . . 


17,208,000 


13.2 


226,994.000 


206,496.000 


32,3'»4,000 


25.0 


807,156,000 


.« 1. 171,000 


1907. . . 


17,079,000 


13 2 


224,645.000 


193,220 000 


31,837,000 


23 7 


754,443,000 


334.568.000 


1906. . . 


17.705,868 


13.7 


242,372,966 


153.897.679 


30,958,768 


31 2 


964,904,522 


306,292,978 


1905... 


17,990,061 


14.7 


264,516,655 


183,385.785 


28,046.746 


34 


953,216,197 


277,047,537 


1904. .. 


17,209.020 


12.8 


219,464.171 


184,878.501 


27.842.669 


32 1 


894,595,552 


279,900013 


1903... 


16.954.457 


14 


237,954,585 


156.781.977 


27,6.38,126 


28 4 


784.094,199 


267,661665 


1902. . . 


17.620,998 


14.7 


258.274,342 


155,496,642 


28,653.144 


34 5 


987,842.712 


303.584,852 


1901. .. 


19,655.813 




289.625.717 




28.541.476 




736.80«.724 


293 658,777 



i:i^ 



119 



CROPS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1918. 



(As estimated by the United States Agrioiiltural Department.) 





Barley. 


RlE. 




Acreage. 


Yield 
per 
acre. 


Produc- 
tion. 


Total 
value. 


Acreage. 


Yield 
per 
fcre. 


Produc- 
tion. 


Total 
value. 


Maine 


Acres. 
12,000 
1,000 
16,000 


Bush. 
25.0 
32.0 
31.0 


Bushels. 
300,000 
32,000 
496,000 


Dollars. 
447,000 
48,000 
759,000 


Acres. 


Bush. 


Bushels. 


Dollars. 


New Hampshire. . . 










Vermont 


1,000 
4,000 


21.0 
20.0 


21,666 
80,000 


35,000 
182,000 


Massachusetts. . . .» 


Rhode Island 










Connecticut 










11,000 

112,000 

73,000 

250,000 

1,000 

30,000 

100,000 

22,000 

60,000 

18,000 

20,000 


22.0 
16.5 
18.5 
17.0 
14.5 
15.0 
12.0 
13.7 

8.0 
11.2 

8.8 


242,000 

1,848,000 

1,350,000 

4,250,000 

14,000 

450,000 

1,200,000 

301,000 

480,000 

202,000 

176,000 


498.000 

3,179,000 

2,336,000 

7,012,000 

2 ',000 

765,000 

2,100,000 

542,000 

950,000 

596,000 

370,000 


New York 

New Jersey 


125,000 


31.5 


3,938,000 


4,962,000 


Pennsylvania 

Delaware 


15,000 


28.0 


420,000 


504,000 


Maryland 


, 6,000 
.i, 12,000 


31.0 
27.0 


186,000 
324,000 


223,000 
518,000 


West Virginia 


North Carolina. . . . 










South Carolina. . . . 










Georgia 










Florida 










Ohio 


100,000 

45,000 

250,000 

275,000 

711,000 

1,400,000 

360,000 

10,000 

1,734,000 

1,400,000 

343,000 

604,000 

t. 7,000 

^Ml 8,000 


31.5 
37.0 
36.0 
30.3 
35.7 
31.0 
31.5 
25.0 
21.5 
29.5 
16.5 
10.0 
28.0 
23.0 


3,150,000 

1,665,000 

9,000,000 

8,332,000 

25,383,000 

43,400,000 

11,340,000 

250,00.) 

37,281,000 

41,300,000 

5,660,000 

6,040,000 

196,000 

184,000 


2,930,000 

1,732,000 

8,100,000 

8,332,000 

23,352,000 

34,720,000 

9,639,000 

288,000 

27,215,000 

32,214,000 

4,811,000 

5,738,000 

274,000 

280,000 


111,000 

410,000 

200,000 

472,000 

436,000 

435,000 

54,000 

34,000 

1,945,000 

575,000 

388,000 

170,000 

65,000 

30,000 

4,000 


17.0 
16.5 
19.0 
14.3 
17.6 
20.0 
19.0 
14.0 
10.5 
18.0 
12.9 
14.3 
13.6 
10.0 
11.0 


1,887,000 

6,765,000 

3,800,000 

6,750,000 

7,674,000 

8,700,000 

1,026,000 

476,000 

20,422,000 

10,350,000 

5,005,000 

2,431,000 

884,000 

300,000 

44,000 


2,830,000 

10,283,000 

5,700,000 

10,125,000 

11,511,000 

13,050,000 

1,508,000 

776,000 

29,612,000 

14,594,000 

6,757,000 

4,133,000 

1,423,000 

576,000 

115,000 


Indiana 


Illinois 


Michigan 


Wisconsin 

Minnesota 

Iowa 


Missouri 


North Dakota .... 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

ICansas 


Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 


Mississippi 










Louisiana 


















Texas 


10,000 
8,000 


17.0 
17.0 


170,000 
136,000 


221,000 
169,000 


4,000 

8,000 

2,000 

20,000 

25,000 

27,000 


5.4 
11.0 
10.5 
12.0 
18.0 
12.0 


22,000 

88,000 

21,000 

240,000 

450,000 

324,000 


52,000 
165,000 

44,000 
346,000 
684,000 
454,000 


Oklahoma 

Arkansas 


Montana 


87,000 

30,000 

176,000 

14,000 

30,000 

32,000 

12,000 

175,000 

173,000 

178,000 

1,320,000 


22.0 
37.0 
28.0 
28.0 
34.0 
35.0 
34.0 
28.0 
15.2 
25.0 
26 


1,914,000 
1,110,000 
4,928,000 

392,000 
1,020,000 
1,120,000 

408,000 

4,900,300 

2,630,000 

4,450,000 

34,320,000 


1,914,000 
1,443,000 
5,569,000 

431,000 
1,326,000 
1,568,000 

628,000 

6,370,000 

3,024,000 

6,052,000 

39,468,000 


Wyoming 

Colorado 


New Mexico 


Arizona 










Utah 


16,000 


13.0 


208,000 


374,000 


Nevada 


Idaho 


4,000 

7,000 

41,000 


15.0 
10.0 
12.0 


60,000 

70,000 

492,000 


99,000 

140,000 

1,009,000 


Washington 

Oregon 


California 












Totals— 1918. .. 
1917. .. 
1916. .. 
1915. . . 
1914. .. 
1913... 
1912. . . 
1911. .. 
1910. .. 
1909... 
1908. . . 
1907. . . 
1900. .. 
1905. . . 
1904. . . 
1903. .. 
1902. .. 


9,679,000 
8,933,000 
7.757,000 
7.148,000 
7,565,000 
7,499.000 
7,530,000 
7,627,000 
7,257.000 
7,011,000 
6,646,000 
6,448.000 
«,323,757 
5,095,528 
5,145,878 
4,993,137 
4 661.063 


26.5 
23.7 
23.5 
32.0 
25.8 
23.8 
29.7 
21.0 
22.4 
24.3 
25.1 
23.8 
28.3 
26.8 
27.2 
26.4 
29.0 


256,375,000 
211,759,000 
182,309,000 
228,851,000 
194,953,000 
178,189.000 
223,824.000 
160,240 000 
182.227.000 
170,284.000 
166.7.'J6,000 
153,597.000 
178,916,484 
136,651,020 
139,748,958 
131,861,391 
134,954,023 


235,269,000 

240,758,000 

160,646,000 

118,172,000 

105,903,000 

95,731,000 

112,957,000 

139.182,000 

93,785,000 

93,971.000 

92.442,000 

102.290.000 

74.235,997 

55,047,166 

68,651,807 

60,166,.'?13 

61.898.634 


6,185,000 
4,317,000 
3,213,000 
3,129,000 
2,541,1)00 
2,5.57,000 
2,117,000 
2.127,000 
2,028,000 
2,006,000 
1,948,000 
1,926,000 
2.001.904 
1,662.508 
1.792,673 
1.906,894 
1.978.548 


14.4 
14.6 
15.2 
17.3 
16.8 
16.2 
16.8 
15.6 
16.3 
16.1 
16.4 
16.4 
18.7 
16.6 
15 2 
154 
17 


89,103,000 
62,933,000 
48,862,000 
54,050,000 
42,779,000 
41,381,000 
35,664,000 
33.119.000 
33.039,000 
32,239.000 
31,851,000 
31,566.000 
33,374.833 
27.616,045 
27,234,565 
29.363,418 
33.630.592 


134,947,000 
104,447,000 
59,676,000 
45,083,000 
37,018,000 
26,220,000 
23,638,000 
27,557.000 
23,840.000 
23,809.000 
23,455,000 
2.?.068,000 
19.671,243 
16,754.657 
18,745.643 
15,993.871 
17,080.793 



120 



CROPS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1918. 

(As estimated by the United States Agricultural Department.) 



Mai-e 

New Hampshire. . 

Vermont 

Massachusetts. . . 
Rhode Island. . . . 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania. . . . 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

West Virginia. . . . 
North Carolina. . 
South Carolina. . . 

Georgia 

Florida 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota. . . 
South Dakota. . . . 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama. 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Texas 

Oklahoma 

Arkansas 

Montana 

Wyoming 

Colora'do 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Idaho 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 



Totals— 191 S. .. 
1917. .. 
1916. . . 
1915. .. 
1914. .. 
191.3... 
1912. . . 
1911. .. 
1910. .. 
1909. . . 
1908. . . 
1907. . . 
1906... 
1905. . . 
1904. . . 
1903. . . 



BUCKWHE.\T 



Acreag". 



Acres. 
21,000 

2,000 
14,000 

2,000 



8,000 

315,000 

17,000 

325,000 

4,000 

14,000 

38,000 

47,000 

14,000 



28,000 
24,000 

4,000 
78,000 
40,000 
15,000 
16,000 

7,000 



2,000 



5,000 



1,040,000 
924,000 
828,000 
769,000 
792,000 
805,000 
841,000 
833,000 
826.000 
834,000 
803,000 
800,000 
789,208 
760,118 
793,625 
804,393 



Y-elJ 
per 
acre. 



Bush. 
20.0 
17.0 
21.0 
16.0 



19.0 
15.0 
18.0 
18.0 
20.5 
20.0 
21.0 
19.5 
21.0 



16.0 
15.0 
17.8 
10.0 
15.9 
17.0 
15.0 
13.0 



14.0 



18.0 



16.5 
17.1 
14.1 
19.6 
21 3 
17 2 
22.9 
21 1 
20 9 
20.9 
19.8 

17 9 
180 
19.2 

18 9 
17 7 



Produc- 
tion. 



Bushels. 

420,000 

34,000 

294,000 

32,000 



152,000 

4,725,000 

306,000 

5,850,000 

82,000 

280,000 

798,000 

916,000 

294,000 



448,000 
360,000 

71,000 
780,000 
636,000 
255,000 
240,000 

91,000 



Total 
value. 



28,000 
90,000 



17,182,000 
16,022,000 
11,662,000 
15,056,000 
16,881,000 
13,833.000 
19,249,000 
17.549.000 
17.239.000 
17,438.000 
15,874,000 
14,290.000 
14.641,937 
14..585,082 
15,008.336 
14.24.3.644 



Dollars. 
630,000 

68,000 
470,000 

63,000 



319,000 
8,269,000 

520,000 
9,360,000 

117,000 

462,000 
1,301,000 
1,585,000 

411,000 



699,000 
570,000 
128,000 
1,326,000 
1,049,000 
434,000 
432,000 
164,000 



Hat 



Acreage. 



46,000 
126,000 



28,585,000 

25,631,000 

13,147,000 

11,843,000 

12,892,000 

10,445,000 

12.720,000 

12.735 000 

ll..?2I 000 

12,188.000 

12,004.000 

9,075.000 

& 727.44 3 

8..565,499 

9..330.768 

8.650.733 



.'Veres. 

1,196,000 

472,000 

993,000 

469,000 

58,000 

403,000 

4,300,000 

350,000 

3,030,000 

80,000 

473,000 

1,142,000 

798,000 

590,000 

260,000 

683,000 

105,000 

2,925,000 

2,210,000 

3,372,000 

2,598,000 

2,582,000 

1,850,000 

3,297,000 

2,989,000 

522,000 

772,000 

1,701,000 

1,869,000 

1,072,000 

1,200,000 

1,596,000 

347,000 

200,000 

581,000 

564,000 

403,000 

767,000 

580,000 

951,000 

164,000 

150,000 

434,000 

221,000 

667,000 

794,000 

815,000 

2,376,000 



55,971,000 
55,203,000 
55,721,000 
51,108,000 
49,145.000 
48,954,000 
49,530,000 
43,017.000 
45 691,000 
4 >. 7 J 4, 000 
40,486,000 
44.028.000 
42.476.224 
39,361,960 
39,998.602 
39,933.759 



Yield 
per 
acre. 



Tons. 

1.15 

1.15 

1.30 

1.20 

1.30 

1.30 

1.25 

1.40 

1.41 

1.25 

1.35 

1.35 

1.30 

1.16 

1.10 

.90 

1.14 

1.40 

1.45 

1.35 

1.03 

1.37 

1.40 

1.30 

.90 

1.10 

1.00 

1.40 

1.40 

1.30 

1.35 

.81 

1.20 

1.30 

1.00 

1.20 

1.30 

1.60 

2.10 

2.15 

20 

20 

35 

60 

90 

80 

80 

25 



Produc- 
tion. 



1.35 
1.51 
1.64 
1.68 
1.43 
1.31 
1 47 
1.10 
1.33 
1 42 
1.52 
1 45 
1.35 
1 54 
1 52 
1 54 



Tons. 

1,375,000 

543,000 

1,291,000 

563,000 

75,000 

524,000 

5,375,000 

490,000 

4,272,000 

100,000 

639,000 

1,542,000 

1,037,000 

684,000 

286,000 

615,000 

120,000 

4,095,000 

3,204,000 

4,552,000 

2,676,000 

3,537,000 

2,590,000 

4,286,000 

2,690,000 

574,000 

1,235,000 

2,381,000 

2,617,000 

1,394,000 

1,620,000 

1,293,000 

416,000 

260,000 

581,000 

677,000 

524,000 

1,227,000 

1,218,000 

2,045,000 

361,000 

480,000 

1,020,000 

575,000 

1,934,000 

1,429,000 

1,467,000 

2,970,000 



Total 
value. 



75,459,000 
83.308,000 
91,192,000 
85,920,000 
70.071,000 
64,116,000 
72,691,000 
4?,444,0(t0 
60,978,000 
64.938,000 
70,798,000 
63,677,000 
57.145,959 
60,531,611 
60.6H6.028 
61.305,940 



Dollars. 
19,112,000 
10,208,000 
21,043,000 
14,638,000 

1,912,000 

12,576,000 

109,650,000 

13,720,000 

101,246,000 

2,800,000 
17,125,000 
35,466,000 
24,370,000 
14,364,000 

7,465,000 
14,452,000 

2,220,000 
90,909,000 
63,439,000 
95,592,000 
62,886,000 
76,399,000 
36,519,000 
78,005,000 
55,145,000 

8,380,000 
12,350,000 
40,953,000 
50,770,000 
33,038,000 
38,880,000 
26,248,000 

7,696,000 

5,512,000 
14,467,000 
13,202,000 
10,218,000 
24,049,000 
17,052,000 
31,698,000 

7,220,000 
11,520,000 
17,442,000 
11,442,000 
34,038,000 
36,297,000 
29,340,000 
59,400,000 



1,522,473,000 
1,436,766,000 
1,022,930,000 
913,614,000 
779,068,000 
797,077,000 
856,695,000 
694.670,000 
747,769,000 
689,345,000 
635423,000 
74?,.507,000 
592,539,071 
515,959,784 
529,107,626 
556,376,880 



121 
CROPS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1918. 

(As estimated by the United States Agricultural Department.) 





Flaxseed. 


Tobacco. 




Acreage. 


Yield 
per 
acre. 


Produc- 
tion. 


Total 
value. 


Acreage. 


Yield 
per 
acre. 


Produc- 
tion. 


Total 
value. 


Maine 


Acres. 


Bush. 


Bushels. 


Dollars. 


Acres. 


Lbs. 


Pounds. 


Dollars. 


New Hampshire. . . 


















Vermont 


















Massachusetts 










10,000 


1,500 


15,000,000 


6,000,000 


Rhode Island 












Connecticut 










25,000 
3,000 


1,500 
1,250 


37,500,000 
3,750,000 


16,500,000 


New York 

N#w Jersey 










1,125,000 












Pennsylvania 










45,600 


1,420 


64,752,000 


16,188,000 


Delawa-re 












Maryland 










28,e00 

190,000 

13,600 

400,000 

86,400 

2,900 

4,600 

115,600 

16,300 

700 


830 
770 
720 
705 
720 
920 
960 
980 
930 
760 


23,738,000 

146,300,000 

9,792,000 

282,000,000 

62,208,000 

2,668,000 

4,416,000 

113,288,000 

15,159,000 

532,000 


7,121,000 


Virginia 










38,038,000 


West Virginia 










2,546,000 


North Carolina. . . . 










101,520,000 


South Carolina. . . . 










18,662,000 


Georgia 










1,334,000 


Florida 










2,031,000 


Ohio 










30,588,000 


Indiana 










3,032,000 


Illinois 










90,000 


Michigan 












Wisconsin 










49,000 


1,330 


65,170,000 


19,551,000 


Minnesota 


300,000 

13,000 

6,000 

880,000 

144,000 

4,000 

41,000 


10.4 
11.0 
8.0 
7.8 
9.5 
9.5 
5.0 


3,120,000 

143,000 

48,000 

6,864,000 

1,368,000 

38,000 

205,000 


10,639,000 
458,000 
144,000 

23,681,000 

4,446,000 

125,000 

676,000 




Iowa 










Missouri 


3,300 


900 


2,970,000 


742,000 


North Dakota .... 




South Dakota 










Nebraska 










Kansas 










Kentucky 


475,000 

77,800 

1,000 


900 
800 
700 


427,500,000 

62,240,000 

700,000 


98,325,666 


Tennessee 










10,581,000 


Alabama 










210,000 


Mississippi 












Louisiana 




1 




300 


420 


126,000 


82,000 


Texas 












Oklahoma 










300 700 


210,000 


52,000 


Arkansas 
















Montana 


547,000 
3,000 


5.2 
9.0 


2,844,000 
27,000 


9,613,000 
88,000 










Wyoming 


' 








Colorado 










New Mexico 










:::::: 






Arizona 


















Utah 


















Nevada 


















Idaho 


















Washington 


















Oregon 


















California 




































Totals— 1918. .. 
1917... 
1916... 
1915... 
1914... 
1913... 
1912... 
1911... 
1910. .. 
1909... 
1908. . . 
1907. . . 
1906. . . 
1905. . . 


1,938,000 
1,984,000 
1,474,000 
1,387,000 
1,885,000 
2,291,000 
2.851,000 
2.757,000 
2,916.000 
2,742,000 
2,679,000 
2,864,000 
25a5,927 
2.534.836 


7.6 

4.6 

9.7 

10.1 

8.3 

7.8 

9 8 

7.0 

4.8 

9.4 

9.6 

9.0 

10.2 

11 2 


14,657,000 
9,164,000 
14,296,000 
14,030,000 
15,559,000 
17.853.000 
28,073,000 
19.370.000 
14.116.000 
25.856,000 
25,805000 
25.851,000 
25,576,146 
28 4777.';3 


49,870,000 
27,182,000 
35,541,000 
24,410,000 
19,540,000 
21.399.000 
32,202.000 
35.272.000 
32.554.000 
39,466.000 
30.577.000 
24,713,000 
25S99.165 
24 049 072 


1,.549,000 

1,517,800 

1,413,400 

1,369,900 

1,223,500 

1.216.100 

1,225,800 

1. 012.800 

1,233,800 

1,180,300 

875,425 

820,800 

796 090 

776,112 


865.1 
823.1 
816.0 
775.4 
845 7 
784.3 
785.6 
893. 7 
797.8 
804 3 
820.2 
850 5 
857 2 
815 6 


1,340,019,000 

1,249,276,000 

1,153,278,000 

1,062,237,000 

1,034,679,000 

953.734,000 

962,855.000 

905.108.000 

984.349,000 

949,357.000 

718,061.380 

608.126.000 

882,428.53r 

633.03? 719 


374,318,000 

300,449,000 

169,672.000 

96,281,000 

101,411.000 

122,481.000 

104,063.000 

86,210.887 

91.458.773 

95,719,365 

74.130.188 

76.234,000 

68 2'».647 

48.674.1 1" 



122 
CROPS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1918. 

(As estimated by the United States Agricultural Department.) 



Maine 

New Hampshire. 

Vermont , 

Massachusetts.. . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey , 

Pennsylvania. . . , 

Delaware , 

Maryland , 

Virginia , 

West Virginia.. . , 
North Carolina.. 
South Carolina.. , 

Georgia 

Florida 

Ohio. 



Indiana. . . 
Illinois. . . . 
Michigan.. 
Wisconsin. 
Minnesota. 
Iowa 



Missouri 

North Dakot.-i. 
South Dakota. 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Te-xas. 



Oklahoma. . . 
Arkansas. . . . 
Montana. . . . 
VVyoming. . . 
Colorado . . . . 
New Me.^ico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Idaho 

Washington . 

Oregon 

California. . . 



Totals- 



-191S. 
1917. 
1916. 
1915. 
1914. 
1913. 
1912. 
1911. 
1910. 
1909. 
1908. 
1907. 
190«. 
190.-). 
1904. 
190.-?. 
1902. 



Potatoes (Irish) 



Acreage. 



.\cres. 

112,000 

21,000 

26,000 

36,000 

5,000 

26,000 

380,000 

92,000 

305,000 

11,000 

50,000 

125,000 

00,000 

45,000 

28,000 

23,000 

35,000 

160,000 

97,000 

160,000 

340,000 

295,000 

312,000 

134,000 

114,000 

90,000 

90,000 

121,000 

80,000 

75,000 

50,000 

60,000 

20,000 

55,000 

60,000 

37,000 

48,000 

52,000 

30,000 

72,000 

10,000 

5,000 

20,000 

9,000 

20,000 

05,000 

50,000 

90,000 



4,210.000 
4,384,000 
3,565,000 
3,734,000 
3,70S,000 
3,668,000 
3.711,000 
3.619,000 
3,501,000 
3.525,000 
3.257,000 
3,124,000 
3,013,150 
2,0^16.757 
3,01.5.675 
2,916.855 
2.965..587 



Yield 
per 
acre. 



Bush. 

200 

140 

130 

133 

130 

95 

92 

92 

80 

87 

80 

94 

87 

95 

102 

70 

100 

69 

80 

72 

84 

112 

105 

72 

61 

99 

91 

86 

5{ 

75 

70 

80 

80 

79 

55 

34 

50 

135 

1.50 

158 

100 

85 

180 

171 

180 

1.32 

110 

143 



95.0 
100.8 

80.5 

96.3 
109.5 

90.4 
113.4 

80.9 

94.4 
106.8 

85.7 

95.4 
102.2 

87.0 
110 4 

84. 7 



Produc- 
tion. 



Bushels. 

22,400,000 
2,940,000 
3,380,000 
4,788,000 
650,000 
2,470,000 

34,960,000 
8,464,000 

24,400,000 

957,000 

4,000,000 

11,750,000 
5,220,000 
4,275,000 
2,856,000 
1,610,000 
3,500,000 

11,040,000 
7,760,000 

11,520,000 

28,560,000 

33,040,000 

32,760,000 
9,648,000 
6,954,000 
8,910,000 
8,190,000 

10,406,000 
4,240,000 
5,625,000 
3,500,000 
4,800,000 
1,600,000 
4,345,000 
3,300,000 
1,258,000 
2,400,000 
7,020,000 
4,500,000 

11.376,000 
1,000,000 
425,000 
3.600,000 
1,539,000 
5,220,000 
8.580.000 
5,500,000 

12,870,000 



400,100,000 
442,108,000 
286,953,000 
359.721,000 
405,921.000 
331,525.000 
420,647.000 
292.737,000 
338,811,000 
376.537,000 
278,985,000 
297,042,000 
308,0.38.382 
260,741.294 
332,830,300 
247,127,880 
284.632,787 



Total 
value. 



Dollars. 

26,880.000 

4,263,000 

4,664,000 

8,140,000 

1,124.000 

4.076,000 

42.651,000 

14.389,000 

36,844,000 

1.340,000 

4,800.000 

14,100,000 

8,352.000 

6.771,000 

5,512,000 

2,978,000 

7,000,000 

16,500,000 

10,470,000 

17,050,000 

25,418.000 

26,432,000 

24,570,000 

12,832,000 

10,640,000 

6,504,000 

7,617.000 

12,279,000 

6,106,000 

9,281,000 

5.775.000 

8.688.000 

2,640,000 

0.518.000 

6,600.000 

2,453,000 

4,416,000 

5,616,000 

3,825,000 

11,202.000 

1,600,000 

871,000 

3,492,000 

1,893,000 

4.228,000 

8,666,000 

5,500,000 

15.444.000 



478.136.000 
542.774.000 
419,333,000 
221,992,000 
198.609,000 
227,903,000 
212,550,000 
233.778,000 
187,985,000 
206,545,000 
197,039,000 
183,880,000 
157.547,393 
160.821,080 
150,673,392 
151. 6^8.094 
134,111.438 



123 



EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC FLOUR AND GRAIN FROM 
THE UNITED STATES FOR A SERIES OF YEARS. 

Compiled from figures taken from publications oj the United States Departm^eid of 

Commerce. 



By fiscal years end- 
ing June 30. 



Total,1918. 

1917. 

1916. 

1915. 
, 1914. 
' 1913. 

1912. 

1911. 

1909. 

1908. 

1907. 

1906. 

1905. 

19(14. 

1903. 

1902. 

1901. 

1900. 

1899. 

1898. 



Wheat 

Flour. 

Brls. 



21.880,151 
11,942,778 
15,520,669 
16,182,765 
11.821.461 
11.394,805 
11,006,487 
10,129,435 

9,040,987 
10,521,161 
13,927.247 
15,584,667 
13,919,048 

8,826,335 
16,999,432 
19,716,484 
17.759.203 
18.650,979 
18,699,194 
18,485.690 



Wheat 
Bu. 



34,118,853 

149,831,42^ 

173,274.015 

259,642,533 

92,393.775 

91,602,374 

30,160,212 

23,729.302 

46,679.876 

B6.923.244 

100,371,057 

76,569,423 

34.973,291 

4,394,402 

44,230,169 

114,181,420 

154.85^,102 

132.0611,66'^ 

101,950,389 

139.432,815 



Corn. 
Bu. 



40,997,827 

64,720,842 

38,217,0r 

48,786,551 

9.380,855 

49,064,967 

40,038,795 

63,761,458 

86,802.374 

35,853,412 

62,445,800 

83,300,708 

117,718,657 

88,807,223 

55,858,965 

74.833,23^ 

2K,636,552 

177.817,956 

209.348,284 

174.089.094 



Oats. 
Bu. 



105,881,233 

88,944,401 

95,918,884 

96,809,551 

1.859,949 

3:3,759,177 

2,171,503 

2,044,912 

1.685,474 

1,510,320 

1.158,622 

4.014,042 

46,324,935 

5,479,308 

1,153.714 

4,613,809 

9,971,139 

37,146,812 

41,369,415 

30.309,7781 



Eye. 
Bu. 



12,065,92i 

13.260.015 

14.532, 4n 

12.544,888 

2,222.934 

1.822,962 

5,548 

2,623 

219,756 

1,372,559 

2,419,9.58 

749,455 

1,355,.528 

1,423 

765,108 

5,422,731 

2,697,863 

2,326,882 

2,355,792 

10.140,8e6 



Barley. 
Bu. 



26,408,978 

16,881,077 

27,473,160 

26.754.522 

6,644,747 

17.536,703 

1,585,242 

9,399,348 

4.311.556 

6.580,393 

4.349,078 

8.238,842 

17.729.360 

10,«>1,655 

10.881,627 

8,429.141 

8.714,268 

6.293,207 

2:3,661,662 

2.267.403 



By calendar years 
ending December 31 


Wheat 

Flour. 

Brls. 


Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


Kye. 
Bu. 


Barley. 
Bu. 


Total 1918 


21.706.700 
13.919:604 
14,379,000 
15.662.400 
12,769,073 
12.2T<<.006 
10,621,541 
11.259.030 
8.370.201 
9,687.993 
13,013.025 
15,276.506 
14,324.100 
11 344,432 
11,542,618 
19,555,311 
18.327.767 
19,352.330 
18,633..509 
18.717.161 


111.177.103 

106,202,318 

15t,049,68K 

205,925,577 

173,861,944 

99,508.968 

61,6.54.523 

32,668.615 

24,2,57,3!*2 

48,489,674 

92,779,509 

91,383.648 

62,850,984 

20,738,6:35 

13,015.277 

73,272,755 

129.466,280 

179,201,418 

99,079,1.53 

109.635,161 


39,899.091 

52.169,583 

53,548.298 

48,263,642 

15.626,149 

45.286,759 

30,979,900 

61.572,963 

42 692,961 

36,205.650 

37.577,717 

83,200,872 

102,518,817 

111,265,931 

46,498,607 

91,732,780 

18,723,960 

102,359,0^9 

190,386.489 

206.1.35.233 


114,462,932 

98.689,119 

101,411,239 

104,572.313 

5.08.867 

5,27,(t23 

30,374,332 

2.125,968 

1,931,185 

1,272,294 

1.204,8,59 

1,745,859 

25,480,450 

28,822,001 

1,220,134 

1.494.857 

.5.968,653 

25,929,043 

32,160.642 

41.085,122 


7,631,639 

13,411.524 

15,161.090 

13,155.788 

7,847,235 

1.995.429 

474.063 

5,444 

18.636 

367.929 

2,746.821 

1.341,958 

1.073.206 

470,267 

94.455 

2,758,395 

4,855,263 

2,617,870 

1.996.682 

4.8.52.340 


18,805,219 


1917 


17,858.964 


1916 

1915 


22.485,920 
26..529.637 


1914 


18,208,186 


1913 


12.782,267 


1912 


8.194,936 


1911 


3,55.5,136 


1910 


8,262,961 


1909 


4,589.397 


1908 


6,671,01:3 


1907 


5,443,913 


1906 


14,528,245 


1905 


13,769,219 

8,485,248 


1904 


1903 


9,799 564 


1902 


8,712.874 


1901 


8,666,110 


1900 


12,319,162 


1899 


16.941.848 



By Crops. 


Flour. 

Brls. 

Year ending 

July 1. 


Wheat. 

Bu. 

Year ending 

July 1. 


Corn. 

Bu. 

Year ending 

Nov. 1. 


Oats. 

Bu. 

Year ending 

Aug. 1. 


Rye. 
Bu. 

Year ending 
July 1. 


Barley. 

Bu. 

Year ending 

Aug. 1. 


Total, 1918 

1917 

1916 


21,880,110 
11,942,000 
15,246.000 
15,901.000 
11,699,000 
11,343,000 
10,984,000 


34,llfl,000 

149,837.000 

172.721,000 

258,965,000 

92,349,000 

91,319,000 

28,667,000 


41,287,000 
53,021,000 
48,929,000 
48,023,000 
9,587,000 
47,721,000 
32,291,000 


115,808,000 

85,558.000 

95,046,000 

105,789,000 

1,668,000 

33,724,000 

2,003,000 


12,066.000 

13,260,000 

14,438,000 

14,110,000 

2,198,000 

1,817,000 

4.000 


27,657,000 
15,244.000 
28 250 000 


1915 

1914 

1913 

1912 


24,835,000 
8,234,000 

17,930,000 
1,371,000 



124 



HORSES AND MULES ON FARMS AND RANCHES 

Number of animals, and their value January 1, 1919 
(As estimated by the United States Department of Agriculture) 



States 



Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachu-setts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

Nort.h Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Texas. , 

Oklahoma 

Arkansas 

Montana 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Idaho 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 

The United States 

IQlf 

1917 

1916 

1915 

1914 

1913 





Horses 




MtTLES 




Average 






Average 




Number. 


price 
per head. 


Value. 


Number. 


pnce 
per head. 


Value. 


107,000 


$154.00 


$16,478,000 








42.000 


145.00 


6,090,000 






f 


88,000 


139 00 


12 232,000 








54,000 


157 00 


8,478,000 








8,000 


159 00 


1,272,000 








44,000 


164 00 


7,216,000 








578,000 


139.00 


80,342,000 


6,000 


$139.00 


$ 834,000 


89,000 


143.00 


12,727,000 


4,000 


167.00 


668,000 


578,000 


124.00 


71,672,000 


48,000 


129.00 


6,192,000 


35,000 


92.00 


3,220,000 


6,000 


122.00 


732,000 


171,000 


104.00 


17,784,000 


25,000 


133.00 


3,325,000 


369,000 


109.00 


40,221,000 


66,000 


138.00 


9,108,000 


194,000 


101.00 


19,594,000 


12,000 


115.00 


1,380,000 


181,000 


146.00 


26,426,000 


208,000 


176.00 


36,608,000 


82,000 


180.00 


14,760,000 


194,000 


206.00 


39,964,000 


131,000 


156.00 


20,436,000 


344,000 


200.00 


68,800,000 


62,000 


129.00 


7,998,000 


35,000 


177.00 


6,195,000 


891,000 


107.00 


95,337,000 


28,000 


117.00 


3,276,000 


829,000 


103.00 


85,387,000 


94,000 


125.00 


11,750,000 


1,467,000 


100.00 


146,700,000 


147,000 


125.00 


18,375,000 


666,000 


105.00 


69,930,000 


4,000 


106.00 


424,000 


694,000 


109.00 


75,646,000 


3,000 


111.00 


333,000 


950,000 


98.00 


93,100,000 


6,000 


110.00 


660,000 


1,567,000 


95.00 


148,865,000 


68,000 


113.00 


7,684,000 


1,040,000 


92.00 


95,680,000 


374,000 


116.00 


43,384,000 


850,000 


93.00 


79,050,000 


9,000 


107.00 


963,000 


827,000 


80.00 


66,160,000 


16,000 


99.00 


1,584,000 


1,049,000 


87.00 


91,263,000 


109,000 


109.00 


11,881,000 


1,153,000 


94.00 


108,382,000 


260,000 


114.00 


29,640,000 


439,000 


104.00 


45,656,000 


231,000 


127.00 


29,337,000 


357,000 


116.00 


41,412,000 


278,000 


140.00 


38,920.000 


155,000 


128.00 


19,840,000 


304,000 


157.00 


47,728,000 


256,000 


113.00 


28,928,000 


316,000 


139.00 


43,924,000 


213,000 


97.00 


20,661,000 


164,000 


145.00 


23,780,000 


1,164,000 


78.00 


90,792,000 


792,000 


115.00 


91,080,000 


744,000 


83.00 


61,752,000 


288,000 


110.00 


31,680,000 


267,000 


93.00 


24,831,000 


315,000 


123.00 


38,745,000 


557,000 


84.00 


46,788,000 


5,000 


99.00 


495,000 


230,000 


77.00 


17,710,000 


4,000 


106.00 


424,000 


419,000 


91.00 


38,129,000 


31,000 


107.00 


3,317,000 


261,000 


62.00 


16,182,000 


20,000 


92.00 


1,840,000 


136,000 


71.00 


9,656,000 


9,000 


112.00 


1,008,000 


148,000 


83.00 


12,284,000 


2,000 


78.00 


156,000 


75,000 


62.00 


4,650,000 


3,000 


72.00 


216,000 


276,000 


89.00 


24,564,000 


4,000 


98.00 


392,000 


303,000 


92.00 


27,876,000 


20,000 


108.00 


2,160,000 


303,000 


89.00 


26,967,000 


10,000 


93.00 


930,000 


435,000 


91.00 


39,585,000 


63,000 


125.00 


7,875,000 


21,534,000 


$ 98.48 


2,120,709,000 


4,925,000 


$135.59 


$667,767,000 


21,555,000 


104.24 


2,246,970,000 


4,873,000 


128.81 


627,679,000 


21,210,000 


102.89 


2,182,307,000 


4,723,000 


118.15 


558,006,000 


21,159,000 


101.60 


2,149,786,000 


4,593,000 


113.83 


522,834,000 


21,195,000 


103.33 


2,190,102,000 


4,479,000 


112.36 


503,271,000 


20,962,000 


109.32 


2,291,638,000 


4,449,000 


123.85 


551,017,000 


20,567,000 


110.77 


2,278,222,000 


4,386,000 


124.31 


545,245,000 



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125 



CATTLE ON FARMS AND RANCHES 

Number of animals, and their value, January 1, 1919 
(As estimated by the United States Department of Agriculture.) 



States 



Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey. 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Minnesota 

Iowa. 

Missouri , 

North Dakota 

South Dakota , 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Texas 

Oklahoma 

Arkansas 

Montana 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Idaho 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 

The United States 

1918 

1917 

1916 

1915 

1914 

1913 



Milch Cows 



Number. 



175,000 
107,000 
281,000 
165,000 

20,000 
114,000 
,478,000 
150,000 
979,000 

46,000 
177,000 
424,000 
243,000 
315,000 
203,000 
452,000 
149,000 
,030,000 
713,000 
,060,000 
848,000 
,803,000 
,368,000 
,381,000 
919,000 
429,000 
561,000 
662,000 
964,000 
444,000 
380,000 
494,000 
549,000 
363,000 
,060,000 
561,000 
443,000 
197,000 

72,000 
264,000 

84,000 

72,000 
101,000 

29,000 
139,000 
216,000 
222,000 
561,000 



23,467,000 
23,310,000 
22,894,000 
22,108,000 
21,262,000 
20,737,000 
20,497,000 



Average 

prife 
per head. 



$70.50 
80.00 
72.00 
94.00 

101.00 
94.00 
89.00 

100.00 
85.00 
76.00 
80.00 
69.00 
71.00 
69.00 
78.00 
65.00 
61.00 
83.50 
85.00 
90.00 
83.00 
82.00 
78.00 
86.00 
74.00 
80.00 
82.00 
85.00 
81.00 
72.00 
66.00 
58.00 
60.00 
58.00 
63.00 
68.00 
59.00 
87.00 
95.00 
88.00 
75.00 
90.00 
82.00 
94.00 
82.00 
75.00 
66.00 
79.00 



78. 24 
70.53 
59.64 
53.92 
55.33 
53.94 
45.02 



Value. 



$12,338,000 

8,560,000 

20,232,000 

15,510,000 

2,020,000 

10,716,000 

131,542,000 

15,000,000 

83,215,000 

3,496,000 

14,160,000 

29,256,000 

17,253,000 

21,735,000 

15,834,000 

29,380,000 

9,089,000 

86,005,000 

60,605,000 

95,400,000 

70,384,000 

147,846,000 

106,704,000 

118,766,000 

68,006,000 

34,320,000 

45,002,000 

56,270,000 

78,084,000 

31,968,000 

25,080,000 

28,652,000 

32,940,000 

21,054,000 

66,780,000 

38,148,000 

26,137,000 

17,139,000 

6,840,000 

23,232,000 

6,300,000 

6,480,000 

8,282,000 

2,726,000 

11,398,000 

16,200,000 

14,652,000 

44,319,000 



1,836,055,000 
1,644,231,030 
1,365,241,000 
1,191,955,000 
1,176,338,000 
1,118,487,000 
922,783.000 



Other Cattle 



Number 



142,000 

74,000 

194,000 

100,000 

13,000 

75,000 

911,000 

74,000 

731,000 

23,000 

135,000 

567,000 

366,000 

379,000 

244,000 

763,000 

936,000 

1,102,000 

780,000 

1,367,000 

729,000 

1,436,000 

1,632,000 

2,861,000 

1,782,000 

612,000 

1,496,000 

2,940,000 

2,401,000 

599,000 

587,000 

851,000 

708,000 

690,000 

3,961,000 

1,444,000 

678,000 

1,020,000 

1,000,000 

1,361,000 

1,325,000 

1,100,000 

480,000 

533,000 

537,000 

307,000 

703,000 

1,650,000 



44,399,000 
44,112,000 
41,689,000 
39,812,000 
37,067,000 
35,855,000 
36,030,000 



Average 

price 
per head. 



$36. 10 
39.80 
31.20 
36.30 
40.10 
41.90 
41.00 
51.30 
40.70 
42.80 
45.60 
46.40 
50.30 
31.90 
34.40 
27.30 
24.80 
47.30 
52.40 
54.00 
38.90 
37.00 
33.50 
52.60 
49.40 
47.60 
53.90 
49.90 
52.70 
42.50 
34.30 
24.30 
26.70 
26.80 
36.80 
44.20 
24.70 
58 90 
61.80 
54.40 
42.90 
43.40 
48.10 
47.00 
48.90 
37.60 
44.80 
48.20 



44.16 
40.88 
35.92 
33,53 
33.38 
31.13 
26.36 



Value. 



$5,126,000 

2,945,000 

6,053,000 

3,630,000 

521,000 

3,142,000 

37,351,000 

3,796,000 

29,752,000 

984,000 

6,156,000 

26,309,000 

18,410,000 

12,090,000 

8,394,000 

20,830,000 

23,213,000 

52,125,000 

40,872,000 

73,818,000 

23,358,000 

63,132,000 

54,672,000 

150,489,000 

88,031,000 

29,131,000 

80,634,000 

146,706,000 

126,533,000 

25,458,000 

20,134,000 

20,679,000 

18,904,000 

18,492,000 

145,765,000 

63,825,000 

16,747,000 

60,078,000 

61,800,000 

74,038,000 

56,842,000 

47,740,000 

L3,088,000 

25,051,000 

26,259,000 

11,543,000 

31,494,000 

79,530,000 



1,960,670,000 
1,803,482,000 
1,497,621,000 
1,334,928,000 
1,237,376,000 
1,116,333,000 
949,645,000 



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SHEEP AND HOGS ON FARMS AND RANCHES 

Number of animals, and their value, January 1, 1919 

(As estimated by the United States Department of Agriculture) 



Statfs 



Sheep 



Number. 



Average 

price 
per head. 



Value. 



Hogs 



Number. 



Average 

price 
per head. 



Value. 



Maine 

New Hampshire. 

Vermont 

Massachusetts. . 
Rhode Island. . . 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania . . . 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia. ....... 

West Virginia. . . 
North Carolina. . 
South Carolina. . 

Georgia 

Florida 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Minnesota 

Iowa. 

Missouri 

North Dakota. . . 
South Dakota. . . 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Louisiana , 

Texas 

Oklahoma , 

Arkansas , 

Montana 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

Ne.w Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Idaho 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 



The United States 

191S 

1917 

1916 

1915 

1914 



2, 



173,000 
39,000 
107,000 
28,000 
7,000 
24,000 
840,000 
29,000 
959,000 
10,000 
246,000 
713,000 
789,000 
138,000 
23,000 
144,000 
120,000 
,980,000 
,098,000 
,028,000 
,119,000 
716,000 
642,000 
,322,000 
,539,000 
265,000 
810,000 
387,000 
460,000 
,274,000 
567,000 
140,000 
183,000 
230,000 
,232,000 
125,000 
147,000 
,984,000 
,018,000 
,303,000 
,135,000 
400,000 
410,000 
,520,000 
234,000 
780,000 
497,000 
,943,000 



49,863,000 
48,603,000. 
47,016,000 
48,625,000 
49,956,000 
49,719,000 
1913 1 51,482,000 



$11.10 

12.00 

12.70 

12.50 

12.50 

13.30 

13.90 

13.20 

11.70 

10.30 

11.30 

12.50 

11.70 

8.70 

6.50 

5.80 

4.10 

11.00 

13.90 

14.20 

12.50 

12.40 

13.20 

13.70 

13.20 

12.60 

12.20 

11.90 

12.80 

13.10 

11.80 

6.40 

6.60 

5.20 

9.40 

11.80 

8.20 

11.80 

12.30 

10.90 

8.50 

10.00 

11.00 

11.80 

12.20 

11.80 

12.00 

12.00 



$1,920,000 

468,000 

1,359,000 

350,000 

88,000 

319,000 

11,676,000 

383,000 

11,220,000 

103,000 

2,780,000 

8,912,000 

9,231,000 

1,201,000 

188,000 

835,000 

492,000 

32,780,000 

15,262,000 

14,598,000 

26,488,000 

8,878,000 

8,474,000 

18,111,000 

20,315,000 

3,339,000 

9,882,000 

4,367,000 

5,888,000 

16,689,000 

6,691,000 

896,000 

1,208,000 

1,196,000 

20,981,000 

1,475,000 

1,205,000 

35,211,000 

49,421,000 

25,103,000 

28,648,000 

14,000,000 

26,510,000 

17,936,000 

39,455,000 

9,^04,000 

29,964,000 

35,316,000 



11.61 
11.82 
7.13 
5.17 
4.50 
4.02 
3.94 



579,016,000 
574,575,000 
339,529,000 
251,594,000 
224,687,000 
200,045,000 
202,779,000 



110,000 
66,000 

125,000 

147,000 
14,000 
83,000 

814,000 

209,000 

1,420,000 

71,000 

434,000 
1,134,000 

439,000 
1,546,000 
1,056,000 
3,043,000 
1,512,000 
4,266,000 
4,668,000 
5,724,000 
1,355,000 
2,181,000 
2,784,000 
10,925,000 
4,943,000 

456,000 
1,654,000 
4,250,000 
2,381,000 
1,768,000 
1,965,000 
2,223,000 
2,282,000 
1,599,000 
2,320,000 
1,036,000 
1,725,000 

200,000 
63,000 

408,000 
93,000 
58,000 

123,000 
40,000 

208,000 

317,000 

348,000 
1,003,000 



75,587,000 
70,978,000 
67,503,000 
67,766,000 
04,618,000 
58,933,000 
61,178,000 



S24.00 
25.00 
23.00 
26.00 
28.00 
27.00 
26.00 
30.30 
26.00 
19.50 
21.00 
18.00 
18.50 
21.00 
21.00 
17.50 
13.00 
21.80 
23.30 
25.00 
23.60 
26.50 
28.50 
27.50 
18.50 
24.70 
27.50 
26.50 
21.60 
16.00 
16.50 
17.00 
16.00 
15.20 
17.00 
16.70 
13.00 
22.00 
21.50 
22.00 
19.00 
18.00 
20.20 
18.00 
19.60 
22.00 
19.10 
18.00 



$2,640,000 

1,650,000 

2,875,000 

3,822,000 

392,000 

2,241,000 

21,164,000 

6,333,000 

36,920,000 

1,384,000 

9,114,000 

20,412,000 

8,122,000 

32,466,000 

22,176,000 

53,252,000 

19,656,000 

92,999,000 

108,764,000 

143,100,000 

31,978,000 

57,796,000 

79,344,000 

300,438,000 

91,446,000 

11,263,000 

45,485,000 

112,625,000 

51,192,000 

28,^88,000 

32,422,000 

37,791,000 

36,512,000 

24,305,000 

39,440,000 

17,301,000 

22,425,000 

4,400,000 

1,354,000 

8,932,000 

1,767,000 

1,044,000 

2,485,000 

720,000 

4,077,000 

6,974,000 

6,647,000 

18,054.000 



22.04 

19.54 

11.75 

8.40 

9.87 

10.40 

9.86 



1,665,987,000 
1,387,261,000 
792,898,000 
569,573,000 
637,479,000 
612,951,000 
603,109,000 



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128 
WINTER AND SPRING WHEAT 

Statement of the area under cultivation in the United States and the production for 

a series of years. 





Winter Wheat. 


SpMNG Wheat. 


Total 
Acres 


Total 




Acres. 


Product. 


Acres. 


Product. 


Product 


1896 


22,793,717 
22.925,623 
25.744,848 
25,357,592 
26,235,897 
30,239,701 
28,581,426 
32,510,510 
26,865,855 
29,864,018 
29,599,961 
28,132,000 
30,349,000 
28,330,000 
29,427,000 
29,162,000 
26.571,000 
31,699,000 
36,008,000 
41,308,000 
34,709,000 
27,257,000 
36,704,000 


267,934,004 
307,968,570 
382,492,032 
291,706,229 
350,025,409 
458,834,501 
411,788,866 
399,867,250 
332,935,346 
428,462,834 
492,888,004 
409,442,000 
437,908,000 
446,366,000 
464,044,000 
430,656,000 
399,919,000 
523,561,000 
684,990,000 
673,947,000 
480,553,000 
412,901,000 
558,449,000 


11,824,929 
16,539,443 
18,310,430 
19,234,924 
16,259,488 
19,655,813 
17,620,998 
16,954,457 
17,209,020 
17,990,061 
17J05,868 
17!079,000 
17,208.000 
18,393,000 
19,778,000 
20,381,000 
19,243,000 
18,485,000 
17,533,000 
19,161,000 
17,607,000 
17,832,000 
22,406,000 


159,750,342 
222,180,598 
292,656,673 
255,597,614 
172,204,096 
289,625,717 
258,274,-342 
237,954,585 
219,464,171 
264,516,655 
242,372,966 
224,645,000 
226,964,000 
290,823,000 
231,399,000 
190,682,000 
330,348,000 
239,819,000 
206,027,000 
351,854,000 
155,765,000 
223,754,000 
358,651,000 


34,618,646 
39,465,066 
44,055,278 
34,592,516 
42,495,385 
49,895,514 
46,202,424 
49,464,967 
44,074,875 
47,854,079 
47,305,829 
45,211,000 
47,557,000 
46,723,000 
49,205,000 
49,543,000 
45,814,000 
50,184,000 
53,541,000 
60,469,000 
52,316,000 
45.089,000 
59,110,000 


427.684.346 


1897 


530,149,168 


1898 


675,148,705 


1899 


547.303.843 


1900 


522,229,505 


1901 


748,460,218 


1902 


670 063 008 


1903 


637,821,835 


1904 


552.399.517 


1905 


692 979 489 


1906 


735.260,970 


1907 


634.087.000 


1908 


664,872,000 


1909 


737.189.000 


1910 


695,443,000 


1911 


621,338,000 


1912 


730,267,000 


1913 


763 380 000 


1914 


891,017,000 


1915 


1.025.801 000 


1916 


636,318,000 


1917 


636.655.000 


1918 


917.100.000 







GRAIN ON FARMS IN THE UNITED STATES 







On 


March 


1st, for a 


series o 


/ years. 








WHEAT 


CORN 


OATS 


BARLEY 


Year 




















Per Cent 


Bushels 


Per Cent 


Bushels 


Per Cent 


Bushels 


Per Cent 


Bushels 




of Crop 




of Crop 




of Crop 




of Crop 




1918.... 


17.1 


111,272.000 


40.9 


1,292,905,000 


37.5 


595,195.000 


20.8 


43,404,000 


1917.... 


15.8 


100,650,000 


30.5 


782,303,000 


31.5 


394,211,000 


18.2 


33,244,000 


1916.... 


23.8 


244,448,000 


37.3 


1,116,559,000 


38.6 


598,148,000 


25.5 


58,301,000 


1915.... 


17.2 


152,903,000 


34.1 


910,894,000 


33.2 


379,369,000 


22.0 


42,889,000 


1914.... 


19.9 


151,795,000 


35.4 


866,352,000 


37.4 


419,481,000 


24.8 


44,126,000 


1913.... 


21.4 


156,482,000 


41.3 


1,289,000,000 


42.3 


604,216,000 


27.8 


62,283,000 


1912.... 


19.3 


122,025,000 


34.9 


884,000,000 


31.4 


289,988,000 


15.5 


24,760,000 


1911.... 


25.6 


162,705,000 


40.4 


1,165,378.000 


37.3 


442,665,000 


19.3 


33,498,000 


1910.... 


23.5 


160,214,000 


38.3 


977,561,000 


36.3 


365,432,000 


24.2 


41,220,000 


1909.... 


21.6 


143,692,000 


39.3 


1,047,763,000 


34.6 


278,847,000 






1908.... 


23.5 


148,721,000 


37.1 


962,429,000 


35.5 


267,476,000 













GRAIN ON FARMS IN THE UNITED STATES 

at the end of the crop year for a series of years. 





WHEAT, BUSHELS 


CORN, BUSHELS 


OATS, BUSHELS 


By Crops 


Years ending 
July 1st 


Years ending 
November 1st 


Years ending 
August 1st 


1918 


8,283.000 
15,611,000 
74,736,000 
28,972,000 
32,236,000 
90,000,000 
78,000,000 
92,000,000 
88,000,000 
43,000,000 
69,000,000 


118.400,000 
34,745,000 
87,908,000 
96,009,000 
80,046,000 

137.972,000 
84.764,000 

132,000,000 

119,056,000 
79,779,000 
71,124,000 


80 504 000 


1917 


47,834,000 

113,728,000 

55,607,000 

62 467 000 


1916 


1915 


1914 


1913 


103,900,000 
34,872,000 
64 342 000 


1912 


1911 


1910 


63,249,000 
26,323,000 
38,000,000 


1909 


1908 





129 



VISIBLE SUPPLY OF WHEAT, CORN AND OATS 

Statement showing the largest and smallest "Visible Supply" oj Wheat, Corn and 
Oats m the United Slates, yearly since 1S73. 

000 omitted 





WHEAT, BUSHELS 




CORN, ] 


BUSHEL 


■^ 


OATS, BUSHELS 


g 

> 


Date 


Largest 


Date 


Smallest 


Date 


Largest 


Date 


Smallest 


Date 


Largest 


Date 


Smallest 


1918.. 


Nov. 16 


136,809 


June 15 


509 


Mar. 30 


19,016 


Dec. 7 


2,216 


Nov. 30 


34,112 


Aug. 3 


7,876 


1917.. 


Jan. 6 


77,781 


Aug. 25 


4,399 


Mar. 3 


12,931 


Nov. 10 


810 


Jan. 6 


50,976 


Aug. 25 


6,956 


1916.. 


Jan. 1 


92,123 


July ,22 


44,232 


Mar. 25 


28,191 


Nov. 11 


1,289 


Dec. 16 


52,494 


July 29 


12,519 


1915.. 


Dec. 31 


92,123 


July 24 


.5,416 


Feb. 20 


41,246 


Sept. 11 


1,710 


Feb. 27 


33,499 


Aug. 7 


P9 898 


1914.. 


Dec. 12 


80,498 


July 4 


13,616 


Mar. 14 


20,268 


Aug. 15 


2,070 


Jan. 3 


33,841 


July 25 


5,645 


1913.. 


Dec. 27 


74,737 


July 19 


30,826 


Mar. 22 


22,660 


Nov. 29 


2,026 


Dec. 27 


33,524 


May 24 


7,818 


1912,. 


Dec. 28 


70,717 


July [20 


19,398 


Mar. 23 


10,201 


Sept. 7 


1,422 


Jan. 6 


18,422 


Aug. 3 


1,159 


1911.. 


Dec. 16 


71,738 


July 1 1 


23,863 


Mar. 11 


12,614 


Nov. 18 


1,294 


Nov. 4 


22,280 


May 27 


8,125 


1910.. 


Dec. 31 


44,282 


July ;23 


10,082 


Mar. 19 


14,456 


Nov. 26 


1,451 


Sept. 24 


18,860 


Aug. 6 


2,645 


1909.. 


Jan. 2 


51,759 


July '24 


6,034 


Dec. 25 


7,387 


May 22 


1,492 


Nov. 20 


13,918 


Aug. 14 


2,442 


1908.. 


Nov. 21 


52,990 


July 18 


13,260 


Feb. 22 


9,055 


Oct. 31 


1,221 


Apr. 11 


11,021 


July 25 


1,485 


1907. . 


Apr. 27 


52,776 


Nov. 23 


41,954 


Mar. 16 


13,149 


Nov. 30 


2,535 


Jan. 5 


12,855 


Aug. 17 


1,348 


1906. . 


Jan. 27 


49,004 


.July 14 


24,248 


Mar. 10 


16,276 


Sept. 1 


2,258 


Jan. 6 


27,510 


Aug. 4 


4,696 


1905.. 


Dec. 30 


42,951 


July 22 


11,875 


Dec. 30 


11,877 


Nov. 4 


2,517 


Nov. 25 


28,598 


Julv 22 


5,530 


1904. . 


Dee. 31 


40,619 


Aug. 27 


11,987 


Mar. 26 


10,050 


Nov. 19 


1,493 


Nov. 5 


24,563 


Aug. 6 


2,109 


1903.. 


Jan. 10 


50,116 


Aug. 15 


12,538 


Mar. 7 


11,291 


May 23 


4,396 


Nov. 14 


9,792 


Jan. 24 


4.009 


1902.. 


Jan. 25 


59,373 


July 5 


19,122 


Jan. 18 


11,752 


Nov. 15 


2,105 


Oct. 4 


8,344 


July 19 


i 718 


1901.. 


Jan. 12 


61,845 


Aug. 24 


26,007 


Mar. 23 


22,862 


Jan. 5 


10,420 


May 4 


12,526 


Aug. 3 


4,354 


1900. . 


Nov. 17 


62,361 


July 16. 


44,176 


Apr. 14 


24,789 


Sept. 1 


5,313 


Nov. 3 


12,986 


Jan. 13 


5,067 


1899. . 


Dee. 23 


58,871 


Mav 27 


24,192 


Mar. 11 


34,033 


Sept. 2 


6,738 


Apr. 8 


11,283 


July 29 


3,794 


1898. . 


Jan. 8 


38,863 


Aug. 20 


5,850 


Jan. 22 


41,789 


Aug. 13 


16,017 


Jan. 15 


15,063 


Aug. 20 


2,910 


1897. . 


Jan. 2 


54,651 


Sept. 4 


14,817 


Oct. 30 


45,958 


May 22 


11,475 


Oct. 23 


15,868 


July 31 


6,528 


1896.. 


Jan. 4 


69,842 


Aug. 22 


45,189 


Dec. 26 


18,893 


Jan. 4 


5,838 


Dec. 26 


13,476 


Jan. 25 


6,253 


1895. . 


Jan. 5 


87,886 


Aug. 24 


35,088 


Mar. 9 


13,792 


Aug. 17 


4,293 


Jan. 5 


8,826 


Sept. 28 


2,726 


1894.. 


Dec. 22 


89,071 


July i 14 


53,154 


Mar. 17 


19,739 


Nov. 10 


2,638 


Dec. 1 


9,740 


July 28 


1,247 


1893.. 


Jan. 21 


82,227 


Sept. 9 


56,140 


Mar. 4 


15,596 


Aug. 26 


5,369 


Jan. 7 


6,111 


Aug. 5 


1,661 


1892. . 


Dec. 31 


81,238 


Juy 16 


22,439 


Oct. 29 


13,290 


May 21 


2,771 


Oct. 29 


8,464 


May 21 


2,863 


1891.. 


Dec. 26 


44,776 


July 11 


11,805 


Sept. 19 


9,249 


Nov. 14 


1,805 


Oct. 3 


5,858 


July 18 


1,759 


1890. . 


Jan. 4 


33,756 


Sept. 27 


16,800 


Apr. 5 


21,412 


Dec. 13 


1,820 


June 7 


6,164 


Aug. 16 


2,265 


1889.. 


Jan. 5 


37,923 


Juv 27 


12,135 


Mar. 23 


17,051 


Dec. 14 


5,279 


Jan. 5 


8,622 


Aug. 3 


3,604 


1888.. 


Jan. 7 


43,857 


Julv [21 


21,680 


June 23 


12,589 


Dec. 15 


6,327 


Dec. 29 


8,624 


Aug. 18 


1,574 


1887.. 


Jan. 8 


63,346 


Sept. 24 


30,163 


Apr. 9 


20,135 


Dec. 10 


5,109 


Nov. 12 


6,609 


July 23 


1,973 


1888.. 


Dec. 31 


62,730 


Juy 3 


28,219 


Mar. 27 


16,796 


Jan. 16 


6,595 


Nov. 13 


5,646 


May 15 


1,456 


1885. . 


Dec. 19 


58,388 


July [25 


39,648 


Apr. 11 


9,958 


Nov. 21 


2,983 


Oct. 17 


4,405 


Aug. 15 


1,736 


1884.. 


Dec. 20 


48,117 


July 26 


12,640 


Apr. 5 


16,950 


Dec. 27 


3,501 


Jan. 5 


6,108 


Sept. P 


1,505 


1883.. 


Dec. 29 


35,507 


July 28 


17,705 


Apr. 7 


18,223 


Dec. 8 


8,330 


Dec. 29 


6,229 


Aug. 11 


2,824 


1882. . 


Dec. 30 


21,048 


Julv 15 


8,948 


Feb. 4 


18,313 


Oct. 28 


3,669 


Sept. 9 


6,641 


July 22 


1,187 


1881 . . 


Jan. 8 


28,892 


July 16 


14,823 


Oct. 15 


28,682 


May 28 


9,823 


JiUy 2 


8,332 


Dec. 17 


2,589 


1880. . 


Jan. 17 


31,023 


July! 17 


10,924 


Oct. 16 


20,265 


Jan. 3 


11,484 


Oct. 30 


5,053 


Aug. 21 


1,329 


1879.. 


Nov. 8 


30,425 


Julv 12 


11,702 


Mar. 8 


14,084 


Jan. 4 


9,012 


Nov. 1 


3,358 


July 26 


1,442 


1878.. 


Dec. 21 


18,917 


July 20 


4,404 


Aug. 31 


11,847 


Mar. 2 


5,332 


Sept. 14 


4,318 


Aug. 3 


1,358 


1877.. 


Jan. 13 


12,443 


July [28 


1,075 


Feb. 3 


12,818 


Dec. 15 


5,389 


Oct. 13 


4,150 


Aug. 4 


1,531 


1876.. 


Jan. 8 


17,490 


Aug. 19 


7,0 


Oct. 28 


10,102 


Jan. 15 


3,569 


July 22 


4,006 


Aug. 20 


2,268 



130 



VISIBLE SUPPLY OF GRAIN IN 1917. 

Statement of the weekly stocks of grain in regularly authorized warehouses at promi- 
nent grain centers of the United States, east of the Rocky Mountains; including the 
quantities afloat on the lakes and the Erie Canal, presenting the visible supply 
of grain in the United States, not disposed of with reference to ultimate destina- 
tion; but easily obtainable to influence the markets or to supply any unexpected 
demand. 



Wheat, 

Bu., 
Domestic 



January . 
February 
March... 

April. . . . 
May .... 
June .... 

July.'.'.:.' 
August . . 
Sept 

October.. 

Nov... 



Dec. 



6 55385,000 
13 I 53,500,000 
20 i 51,820,000 
27 ! 49,059,000 
48,721,000 
47,888,000 
46,848,000 
45,130,000 
44,9iy,000 
43,137,000 
41,410,000 
40,119,000 
39,317,000 
37,474,000 
34.253,000 
30,257,000 
25,750,000 
32,143,000 
33,080,000 
30,173,000 
2r),478,000 
28,890,000 
23,858,000 
20,142,000 
15,639,000 
14,209,000 
12,637,000 
9,984,000 
9,621,000 
6,890,000 
5,819,000 
5,218,000 
4,843,000 
4,399,000 
5,058,000 
5,680.000 
5,760,000 
6,856,000 
7,789,000 
7,803,000 
9,595,000 
9,712,000 
14,524,000 
14,9ns,000 
17,630,000 
19,564.000 
21,213,000 
21,031,000 
25,672,000 
25,351,000 
22.221,000 
18,936,000 



3 
10 
17 
24 

3 

10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 



Wheat, 

Bu., 
in Bond 



Corn, 

Bu., 

Domestic 



21,896,000 

21,970,000 

20,431,000 

1S,776,000| 

17,S83,000i 

16,992,000 

17,053,000, 

14,000,000 

14,746,000 

13,103,000; 

11,357,000 

10,346,000 

10,293,000: 

9,889,000: 

8,892,000: 

7,997,000! 

7,451,000! 



6,759,000 

7,977,000 

8,558,000 

9,882,000 

10,671,000 

11,895,000 

12,709,000 

12,832,000 

12,931,000 

12,677,000 

12,774,000 

12,39(),000 

11,974,000 

11,276,000 

10,560,000 

9,506,000 

7,173,000 

5,525,000 

4,470,000 

3,872,000 

2,761,000 

2,629,000 

2,724,000 

3,437,000 

3,543,000 

3,277,000 

3,793,000 

3,296,000 

3,218,000 

3,458,000 

2,841,000 

2,210.000 

2,644,000 

2,661,000 

2,471,000 

2,127.000 

1,936,000 

1.S05.000 

1,136,000 

1,220,000 

1,551,000 

1,056,000 

1,492.000 

1.277.000 

810,000 

1,244,000 

1,6.55,000 

1,932,000 

1,730,000 

2,407,000 

2,741,000 

3,097,000 



Oats, 

Bu., 

Domestii 



'^ 



48,797,000 

46,509,000 

45,524,000 

43,975,000 

42,675,000 

41.633,000 

39,538,000 

38,413,000 

36,740,000 

35,995,000 

36,101,000 

34,879,000 

34,191,000 

32,938,000 

31,417,000 

29,765,000 

28,933,000 

25,923.000 

24.918.000 

22,907.000 

19.731.000 

17,454.000 

16,690,000 

13,793,000 

11,477,000 

9,741,000 

8,835,000 

8,206,000 

8,975,000 

8,266,000 

0.679.000 

6,389.000 

6.236.000 

5,285.000 

7,277,000 

8,987,000 

10,824,000 

12,637,000 

14,165,000 

14,833,000 

15,323,000 

16,340,000 

16,760,000 

17,453,000 

18,514,000 

18,.533,000 

17.998,000 

18,595,000 

16,770,000 

15,875,000 

17,081,000 

17,657.000 



Oats, 

Bu., 

in Bond 



Rve, 

Bu., 

Domestic 



2,179,000 

1.939.000 

2.032.000 

1.465,000 

1.771.000 

2.161,000 

2,125,000 

2,424,000 

2,956,000 

2,950,000 

2,956.000 

3,279,000 

3,508,000 

3,307,000 

3,783,000 

4,003,000 

4,210,000 

3,500,000 

353,000 

3,961,000 

4,205,000 

4,353,000 

4,749.000 

3.746,000 

3,877.000 

2.910.0001 

3,783.000 

4.488,000 

4.483.000 

2,969.000! 

2.948,000 i 

1,405,000 

2,311,000 

1,673,000 

979,000 

.S2 1,000 

400,000 

342.000 

277.000 

187,000 

195,000 

200,000 

202,009 

211,000 

63,000 

317,000 

281.000 

52,000 

316,000 

47.000 

195.000 

2.218.000 



Barley, 

Bu., 

Domestic 



2.521.000 

2.845.000 

2.581.000 

2.369.000 

2.230,000 

2.274.000 

2,064.000 

2.024.000 

2.014,000 

1,992,000 

1,905,000 

1,938,000 

1.693.000 

1.626,000 

1,833,000 

1,842,000 

1,537,000 

1,300,000 

1,199,000 

1,189,000 

682,000 

708,000 

.583,000 

523,000 

663,000 

515,000 

529,000 

412,000 

454,000 

462,000 

480,000 

499,000 

521,000 

609,000 

727,000 

1,192,000 

1,894,000 

1,951,000 

2,029.000 

2,234.000 

2.734,000 

3,454,000 

3,339,000 

3,550,000 

3.405,000 

3,614,000 

3.5S0.00O 

3.818.000 

3.331,000 

2.997.000 

2.819.000 

2,480.000 



4.504.000 
4,381.000 
4,137,000 
4.232,000 
4.443,000 
4,941,000 
4,516.000 
4.427,000 
4,474.000 
4.524.000 
4.003,000 
4,863,000 
4.720.000 
4,542,000 
4.341.000 
4,319.000 
3.921.000 
3.440.000 
3.078.000 
2.787.000 
2,432.000 
1,724.000 
1.562.000 
1.436.000 
1,417.000 
1,759.000 
1,324.000 
1.448,000 
1.501,000 
1.475.000 
1,202,000 
1.643.000 
2.134.000 
2.407,000 
3,208,000 
4,125,000 
5,098,000 
5,189,000 
.5,111.000 
5.253,000 
4.754.000 
3,893.000 
4.226,000 
4.466.000 
4.588,000 
3.764.000 
3,608,000 
3,910,000 
3,652,000 
3.675,000 
3.643,000 
3,554,000 



Barley, 
Bu.. 

in Bond 



Total. 
Bu. 



1.133,000 
736,000 
808,000 
902.000' 
679,000, 
654.0001 

1.023.000' 
724,000; 
656,000 
633,000 
637,000 1 
400,000 
484,000 
610,000 
610.000 
597.000 
430,000 
418,000 
393.000 
433.000 
.539.000 
521.000 
703,000 
506,000 
485,000 
598,000 
503,000 
599,000 
383.000 
498,000 
484,000 
385,000 
579,000 
690,000 
568,000 
594,000 
520.000 
218,000 
212,000 
216.000 
429,000 
346,000 
430,000 
304,000 
349,000 
462,000 
324,000 
364,000 
337,000 
298,000 
356,000 
413.000 



143.674.000 

139.857.000 

135.897.000 

131,260.000 

129,073.000 

128,438,000 

125.876,000 

119.974.000 

119.433,000 

115,011,000 

111,743,000 

108,220,000 

106,180,000 

101,662,000 

95,689,000 

88.256,000 

79,411.000 

72.249,000 

67.491.000 

65,322,000 

56,828,000 

56,285,000 

50,869,000 

43,583,000 

37,101,000 

33,009.000 

31.404.000 

28.433.000 

28.695.000 

24.018.000 

20.453.000 

17.749.000 

19.208.000 

17,724,000 

20,286,000 

23,208,000 

26,432,000 

28,998,000 

30,719.000 

31.752.000 

34.582.000 

35.601.000 

40.973.000 

42.169,000 

45.359.000 

47.498.000 

48.659.000 

49.702.000 

51.808.000 

50,660.000 

49,056,000 

48,385,000 



*0n and after May 5th Wheat formerly in Bond in the United States is included in Domestic stock. 



.-■Ji 



131 



VISIBLE SUPPLY OF GRAIN IN 1918. 

Statement of the weekly stocks of grain in regularly authorized warehouses at promi- 
nent grain centers of the United States, east of the Rocky Mountains; including the 
quantities afloat on the lakes and the Erie Canal, presenting the visible supply 
of grain in the United States, not disposed of with reference to ultimate destina- 
tion; but easily obtainable to influence the markets or to supply any unexpected 
demand. 



Wheat, 
Bu. 



Corn, 
Bu. 



Oats, 

Bu., 

Domestic 



Oats 

Bu., 

In Bon 



Rye, 

Bu. 



Barley, 

Bu., 
Domestic 



Barley, 

Bu. 
In Bond 



Total, 
Bu. 



January 

February. . . . 
March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. . . 

October 

November. . . 

December 



17,552,000 

17,363,000 

16,262,000 

15,127,000 

13,869,000 

12,643,000 

11,818,000 

10,547,000 

9,739,000 

8,949,000 

7,750,000 

6,521,000 

5,381,000 

4.695,000 

3,465,000 

3,199,000 

2,777.000 

2,194,000 

1,872,000 

1,566,000 

1,533,000 

1,146,000 

821,000 

509.000 

563,000 

785,000 

554,000 

925,000 

3,574,000 

8,169,000 

17,1.55,000 

23,461,000 

32,756,000 

42,175,000 

48,821,000 

56,606,000 

67,464,000 

79,531,000 

90.623,000 

96,886,000 

104,494,000 

107,512,000 

113,490,000 

122,604,000 

128,095,000 

136,809,000 

127,551,000 

121,561,000 

113,297,000 

111,255.000 

113,803,000 

117,225,000 



3,155,000 

3,532,000 

3,976,000 

4,647,000 

4,623,000 

5,443,000 

6,333,000 

7,948,000 

8,939,000 

11,268,000 

12,757,000 

16,086,000 

19,016,000 

17,360,000 

17,359,000 

17,258,000 

16,469,000 

16,111,000 

15,424,000 

15,118,000 

14,406,000 

13,038,000 

12,848,000 

12,720,000 

12,065,000 

11,487,000 

10,883,000 

10,200,000 

10,023,000 

10,092,000 

9,466,000 

8,630,000 

6,752,000 

5,522,.X)0 

5,232,000 

5,235,000 

5,199,000 

5,149,000 

5,511,000 

5,503,000 

5,520,000 

5,556,000 

5,108,000 

4,733,000 

4,360,000 

4,152,000 

3,289,000 

2,611,000 

2,216,000 

2,477,000 

2,544,000 

2,469,000 



16,917,000 
16,101,000 
16,145,000 
14,057,000 
13,879,000 
13,879,000 
13,987,000 
13.338,000 
13 947,000 
15,199,000 
17,103,000 
17.009,000 
18,098,000 
19,037,000 
20,270,000 
21,388,000 
21,911,000 
20,724,000 
21,398,000 
20,514,000 
20,496,000 
20,822,000 
18,542,000 
16,760,000 
13,639,000 
13,227,000 
12,246,000 
10,748,000 
10.178.000 
9,507,000 
7,876,000 
8,555.000 
12,110,000 
15,028,>X)0 
19.309,000 
21,892.000 
24,075.000 
26,059,000 
26,157,000 
24,689,000 
23,874,000 
22,264,000 
22,211,000 
22,050,000 
21,613,000 
22,660,000 
25,119,000 
29,143.000 
28,733,000 
28,731,000 
30,753,000 
34,109,000 



2,061,000 

1.686.000 

778.000 

961,000 

571,000 

510,000 

98,000 

46,000 

44,000 

47.000 

55,000 

1,000 

32,000 

22,000 

5,000 



23,000 



73,000 

66,000 

123,000 

67,000 

9,000 

4,000 

29,000 

25,000 



3,000 
3.000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 



2,097.000 

2,126,000 

1,904,000 

1,754.000 

1,676,000 

1,662,000 

1,651,000 

1,559.000 

1.225.000 

1,172,000 

1.086,000 

1.051,000 

1,086.000 

1,152,000 

1.124,000 

1,022,000 

1,016,000 

1,000,000 

952,000 

1,085,000 

905.000 

852.000 

907,000 

933,000 

776,000 

707,000 

739.000 

729,000 

687,000 

571,000 

580,000 

726,000 

725,000 

990,000 

1,325,000 

1,611,000 

2,145,000 

2,893,000 

3,829,000 

4.723,000 

4,041,000 

4,724,000 

5,503,000 

6,694,000 

8,007,000 

10,320,000 

9,952,000 

11,511,000 

12,365,000 

10,659,000 

11,419,000 

15,255,000 



3,581,000 
4.378.000 
4,526,000 
4,515,000 
4,136,000 
3,759,000 
3,833,0^10 
3,768,000 
4,343,000 
4,231,000 
4,365,000 
5,074.000 
5,709,000 
6,148,000 
6.898.000 
6.920,000 
5.643.000 
4,299.000 
4,102,000 
3,528,000 
3,376,000 
3,358,000 
3,236,000 
3.089.000 
2,520,000 
2,089,000 
1,934,000 
1,444,000 
1.419,000 
1,302,000 
1,031,000 
1,108,000 
1,317,000 
1,290,000 
1,510,000 
1,717,000 
2,030.000 
2,484,000 
2,679,000 
2,550,000 
2,690,000 
2,860,000 
3.126,000 
3,666,000 
4,393,000 
4,744,000 
5,280,000 
6,101,000 
6.614,000 
6,983,000 
7,558,000 
7.032,000 



419,000 

375,000 

163,000 

115,000 

168.000 

261.000 

168,000 

153.000 

132.000 

143.000 

127,000 

129.000 

27,000 

30,000 

39,000 

44,000 

32,000 

32,000 

35,000 

52,000 

33,000 

34,000 

34,000 

23,000 

17,000 

14,000 

14,000 

14,000 

18,000 

11.000 

4,000 

4.000 

1.000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 



5,000 
20,000 
31,000 
43,000 
51,000 
66,000 
68,000 
77,000 
77,000 
77,000 
77,000 
77,000 
77,000 
77,000 
77,000 



45,782,000 

45,561,000 

43,754,000 

41,176,000 

38,922,000 

38,157,000 

37,888,000 

37,357,000 

38 369,000 

4i;009,000 

43,243,000 

45,871.000 

49.349,000 

48,444,000 

49,160,000 

49,831,000 

47,848,000 

44,360,000 

43,804,000 

41,863,000 

40,749,000 

39,323,000 

36,454,000 

34,157,000 

29,647,000 

28,318,000 

26,374,000 

24,089,000 

25,924,000 

29,652,000 

36,112,000 

42,484,000 

53,661,000 

65.006.000 

78.198.000 

87.062.000 

100,913,000 

116,121,000 

128,819,000 

134,382,000 

140,665,000 

142,970,000 

149,507,000 

159,818,000 

166,548,000 

178,765,000 

171,271,000 

171,007,000 

163,305.000 

160.185,000 

166.157,000 

176,170,000 



132 



*VISIBLE SUPPLY OF GRAIN. 

Statement of the stocks of grain on the first of each month in regularly authorized 
warehouses at prominent grain centers of the United States, east of the Rocky 
Mountains; including the quantities afloat on the lakes and the Erie Canal, 
presenting the visible supply of grain in the United States not disposed of 
with reference to ultimate destination; but easily obtainable to influence the markets 
or to supply any unexpected demand. 

1918. 





Wheat, 
Bu. 


Corn, 
Bu. 


Oats, 
Bu. 




Wheat, 
Bu. 


Corn, 
Bu. 


Oat.s, 
Bu. 


January 


17,552,000 
13,869,000 
9,739,000 
5,381,000 
2,194,000 
1,146,000 


3,155,000 
4,623,000 
8,939,000 
19,016,000 
16,111,000 
13.038,000 


10,910,000 
13,879,000 
13,947,000 
18,098,000 
20,724,000 
20,822,000 
/ 


July 


785,000 
17,l.''>5,00v. 
48,821,000 
90,623,000 
122.604,000 
]21.,56 1,000 


n, 487,000 
9,466,000 
5,232,000 
.5,511,000 
4,733,000 
2,611,000 


13,227,000 


l-ebniarv 

March 


.A.ugust 

.'September 

October 

November 

December 


7,807,000 
19 309 000 


April 

May 

June 


26,157,000 
22,050,000 
29,143,000 



1917. 



.lanuary .. 
February 
March . . 

April 

May 

June 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



59,534.000 
48,731,000 
44.916.000 
39„31 7.000 
2,5,758,000 
23,896,000 



Corn. 
Bu. 



Oats. 
Bu. 



5.838,000 

10,671,000 

12.931,000 

11,974 000 

7,173.000 

2.629,000 



48,823,000 
42,675,000 
36,740,000 
34.191,000 
28,923,000 
17,454,000 



July 

August 

September. 

October 

November. 
December.. 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



14,209.000 

6,890,000 

5,058,000 

7,789,000 

14,908,000 

21,031,000 



Corn. 
Bu. 



3,277 000 
3,458,000 
2,471,000 
1,136,000 
1.277,000 
1,932,000 



Oats. 
Bu. 



9,741.000 

8,266,000 

7,277,000 

14,165,000 

17,453,000 

18,596,000 









1916. 










Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 




Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


January 

February 

March 


67,311.000 
68.458.000 
63,5.>3,000 
57.387,000 
48.864,000 
44,463,000 


8,919.000 
14,773,000 
24.605,000 
27.697,000 
21.004,0m0 
14,505.000 


21.081.000 
20.175,0(10 
20,265.000 
17.892.000 
I2.096.00O 
16.192,000 


July 


42,623,000 
40.889.000 
54,660,000 
57,418.000 
60,470.000 
62.026.000 


6.870,000 
5,167,000 
3,330,000 
5.093,000 
3.361,000 
2,677,000 


12.452,000 


Augrust 

September .. 

October 

November... 
December ... 


8.537.000 
27.691,000 


April 

May 

June 


38,866,000 
45,580,000 
47,467,000 



1915. 



January . 
February 
March . . 

April 

May 

June. . .. 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



72.801,000 
60,252,000 
49,686,000 
39.323,000 
26,439.000 
19.082,000 



Corn. 
Bu. 



19,703.000 
34,156,000 
41,238,000 
32,877,000 
20,203,000 
12,795.000 



Oats. 
Bu. 



32,956,000 
33,173,000 
33,258,000 
27,284,000 
23,022,000 
12,623,000 



July 

.August 

September 
October. . . 
November . 
December . 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



7,948,000 

6,582,000 

7.111,000 

15,900,000 

22.939,000 

48,797.000 



Crrn. 
Bu. 



5,225,000 
2,306,000 
2,382,000 
3,444,000 
3,288,000 
4,389,000 



Oata. 
Bu. 



4,345,000 

1,309,000 

2,924,000 

14.381 OOo 

15,730,OCo 

19,59S,-OOo 









19U. 










Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats, 
Bu. 




Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


January . . 


63,743,000 
60,806,000 
57,021,000 
53,635,000 
43,378,000 
29,775,000 


12.126,000 
16,505,000 
18,374,000 
19,755,000 
9,380,000 
-4,409,000 


26,909,000 
24,450,000 
21,489,000 
19,797,000 
13,262,000 
8,144,000 


July 


14,999,000 
29,744,000 
31,534,000 
45,382,000 
65,922,000 
74,086,000 


7,589.000 
3,208,000 
3,923,000 
5,855,000 
3,114,000 
3,382,000 


7,326,000 


February 


August 


6,482,000 


March 


September 

October 


20,124,000 


April 


25,088,000 


IWay 


November 

December 


31,866,000 


June 


32,471,000 







1913. 





Wheat. Corn. 
Bu. Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


Wheat. 
Bu. 


Com. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


January 

February 

March 


65,342,000 
64,913,000 
63,786,000 
58,996,000 
47,157,000 
37,940,000 


5,879,000 
9,717,000 
17,918,000 
21,494,000 
7,270,000 
2,549,000 


8,457,000 
9,646,000 
12,343,000 
13,115,000 
8,704,000 
8,105.000 


July i 30,163,000 

August i 37.677,000 

September j 44,530,000 

October 52.061,000 

November 55,105,000 

December i 58,868,000 


11,479,000 
6,389,000 
2,612,000 
8,122,000 
6,206,000 
2.026.000 


14,766,000 
17,131,000 
24,662.000 


April 


30.718,000 


May 


31.684,000 


JuDfi 


29,664000 







*From February 3rd, 1912, until May 5th, 1917, this statement shows the amount of American 
grain only. Canadian grain held in the United States in Bond wa.s- nol included. 
On and after May 5th, 1917, stocks of Wheal include Canadian Wheat. 



133 



WHEAT CROPS OF THE WORLD, 1914-1918 

As reported by the United States Department of Agriculture. 



COUNTRIES. 



NoBTH Ahibica. 

United States 

Canada 

Mexico 



Total North America. 



Argentina. 

Ciiile 

Uruguay.. 



South America. 



Total South America . 



EUEOPB 

Austria-Hungary 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece , 

Italy 

Montenegro , 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Portugal 

Roumania 

Russia in Europe . . . . 

Serbia 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey in Europe... 
United Kingdom 



Total Europe. 



.4.8U. 



British India 

Cyprus 

Japanese Empire. 

Persia 

Russia in Asia 

Turkey in Asia . . . 



Total Asia. 



Afbica. 

Algeria 

Egypt 

Tunis 

Union of South Africa. 



Total Africa. 



AnSTRALAEU. 

Total Australasia 



Grand Total. 



1914. 



Bushels. 
891,017,000 
161,280,000 
4,389,000 



1,056,686,000 



113,904,000 

16,403,000 

5,887,000 



136,194,000 



153. 

13, 

25, 

5 

282, 

145 

7, 

169 



10 
49, 

579, 
9, 

116, 



,477,000 
,973,000 
,979.000 
,785,000 
196,00J 
,689,000 
,944,000 
,000,000 
,581,000 
200,000 
,779,000 
269,000 
,000,000 
,270,000 
,267,000 
,000,000 
,089,000 
,472,000 
,277,000 



3, 
'64,353,000 



l,650,e03,000 



312,032,000 

2,500,000 

23,170,000 

14,000,000 

172,568,000 
35,000,000 



559,270,000 



71,070,000 



112,159,000 



3,485,982,000 



1915. 



Bushels. 
1,025,801,000 
426,746,600 
4,000,000 



1,456,547,000 



168,468,000 

19,002,000 

3,596,000 



191,066,000 



208,934,000 

8,000,000 

46,212,000 

7,979,000 



225,132,000 

141,676,000 

6,000,000 

170,541,000 

200,000 

6,143,000 

2S9.000 

6,571.000 

89,241,000 

653,200,000 

10,000,000 

139,298,000 

9,170,000 

3,957,000 



53,775,000 



1,792,304.000 



376,731,000 

2,000,000 

25,998,000 

16,000,000 

108,346,000 
35,000,000 



564,075,000 



91,901,000 



32,531,000 



1916. 



Bushels. 
636,318,000 
262,781,000 
(1) 



899,099,000 



172,620,000 

21,145,000 

9.867,000 



203,632,000 



(h 
(1) 
38,241,000 
6,040,000 



204,908,000 

a) 
(1) 

176,530,000 



4,035,000 
317,000 
6,640,000 
78,520,000 
(2) 595,426,000 
(1) 
152,^29,000 
8,979,000 
4,053,000 



1,337,677,000 



323,008,000 
(1) 
30,047,000 



29,151,000 

36,543,000 

7,165,000 

6,477,000 



4,123,421,000 



79,336.000 



191,817,000 



3,064,616,000 



1917. 



Bushels. 
636,655,000 
i'33,743,000 
(1) 



870,398,000 



70,224,000 

24,067,000 

5,390,000 



99,681,000 



(1) 
0) 

(1) 

4,296,000 



144,149,000 

(1) 

(1) 
139,999,000 



3,452,000 
432,000 
5,560,000 
(1) 
(1) 
(1) 
142,674,000 
6,864,000 
4,556,000 



64,323,000 



516,305,000 



379,232,000 
(1) 
26,532,000 



(1) 



405,764,000 



23,151,000 

29,834,000 

6,963,000 

4,790,000 



64,738,000 



157,-503,000 



2,114.389,000 



1918. 



Busheb. 
917,100,000 



219,431,000 
28,292,000 
12,860,000 



260,583,000 



176,368,000 



127,984,000 
'7,095,666' 



379,829,000 



31,127,000 



32,555,000 
8,451,000 
8,831,000 



128,046,000 



(I'^No official statistics. 
(2)Excludes Poland and Northern Caucasia. 
•Included in Russia in Eurooe. 
tPrelim. 



134 



CORN CROPS OF THE WORLD, 1914-1918 

As reported by the United States Department of Agriculture. 



Countries. 



NoBTH Ahbrica. 

United States 

Canada 

Mexico 



Total North America . 



Argentina. 

Chile 

Uruguay . . 



South Auebica. 



Total South America. 

EUBOPB. 

Austria-Hungary 

Bulgaria 

France 

Italy 

Portugal 

Roumania 

Russia 

Servia 

Spain 



Total Europe. 



Japan 

India. ._ 

Philippine Islands. 



Afbica. 

Algeria 

Egypt 

Union of South Africa . . 



Total Africa. 



AUSTBALIA. 

Australia: 

Queensland 

New South Wales 

Victoria 

Western Australia 

South Australia 



Total Australia. 
New Zealand . . . 



Total Australasia . 



Grand Total. 



igi4. 



Bushels. 
2,672(804,000 
13,924,000 
78,443,000 



2,765,171,000 



263,135,000 
1,505,000 
7,142.000 



igi5. 



Bushels. 
2,994,793,000 
14,368,000 
60.000,000 



3,069,161,000 



338,235.000 

1,822,000 

11,382,000 



271,782.000 



215,079,000 
80,901.000 
22,530,000 

104,966,000 
15,000,000 

102,552,000 
80,911,000 
20,000,000 
30,325,000 



622,264,000 

3,753,000 
82,400,000 
13,326,000 



350,000 
78,2,53,000 
30,830.000 



351.439,000 



222.550.000 
35,000,000 
14,000,000 

121,824,000 
9,275,000 
86,412.000 
63,398.000 
12.000.000 
29,096,000 



1916. 



1917. 



Bushels. 
2,566,927,000 
6,i,82.000 



109,433,000 



4,039,000 

4,593.000 

826,000 

1,000 

3,000 



9,462,000 
312,000 



9,774,000 



3,877,913.000 



593,555,000 

3,570.000 
82,200,000 
14,753,000 



350,000 
39,803,000 
30,750,000 



70,903,000 



4,394,000 
(1) 
(1) 
(1) 
(1) 



8,721,000 
284,000 



9,005,000 



4,194,586.000 



(PNo official statistics. 

(2)Excluding Poland and Northern Caucasia. 

**CeD8U3 fii?ures of 1911 repeated. 



2,573,2 j9,000 



161.133,000 



4,604,000 



105,737,000 



81,547.000 



Bushels. 
3,055,233,000 
7,763,00J 
(1) 



3,072,996,000 



58.839,000 
1,331,000 
(1) 



60,170,000 



(1) 

(1) 
16,215,000 
75,452,000 



1918. 



Bushels. 
2,582,814,000 



(2) 71,989,000 
""28,642,666' 



182,178,000 
4.102,000 



(1; 
68,362,000 
31,168,000 



99,530,000 



2,005,000 
3,773,000 
1,000,000 



16,000 



(1) 
(1) 
29,369,000 



121,038,000 

3,705.000 
93,760,000 
13,441,000 



302,000 
63,757,000 
36,516,000 



100,575,000 



3.019,000 

4,333,000 

1.172,000 

1,000 

1,000 



6,794,000 
340,000 



7,134,000 



3,031,890,000 



8,526,u00 
274,000 



8,S00.tK)0 



3.474,483,000 



170,660,000 



26,584,003 



29,708,000 



425,000 



.-jdl 



135 



OAT CROPS OF THE WORLD, 1914-1918 

As reported by the United States Department of Agriculture. 



COUNTBIBB. 



NOIITH Ambbica. 

United States 

Canada 

Mexico 



Total North America. 



South America. 

Argentina 

Soutti America 

Uruguay 



Total South America. 



Europe. 

Austria-Hungary 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Roumania 

Russia in Europe 

Serbia 

Spain 

Sweden 

United Kingdom 



Total Europe. 

Russia in Asia . 
Total Asia . . 



Asu 



Africa. 

Algeria 

Tunis 

Union of South Africa. 



Total Africa. 



Australasia. 
Total Australasia 



Grand Total. 



1914. 



Bushels. 
1,141,060,000 
313,078,000 
17,000 



1.454,155,000 



57,238,000 



225,651,000 

49,742,000 

8,080,000 

38,053,000 

18,678,000 

274,458,000 

622,674,000 

26,827,000 

19,957,000 

9,325,000 

25,015,000 

722,488,000 

5,000,000 

31,227,000 

52,557,000 

180,241,000 



2,310,573,000 

*161,593,000 
161,593,000 



20,350,000 



30,918,000 



4,034,857,000 



1915. 



Bushels. 
1,549,030,000 
523,684,400 
17,000 



2,072,731,400 



65,289,000 



221,925,000 

40,000,000 

9,545,000 

42,834,000 

22.000.000 

206,795,000 

412,400,000 

31,443,000 

19,644,000 

9,325,000 

29,054,000 

770,453,000 

4,000,000 

36,949,000 

91,311,000 

194,631,000 



2,142,309,000 

*95,367,000 
95,307,000 



28,188,000 
16,275,000 



4,420,159,400 



1918. 



Bushels. 
1,251,837,000 
410,211,0u0 



1,662,048,000 



75,280,000 



2,283,000 



77,563,000 



(1) 

a) 

7,372,000 
42,286,000 

U) 
277,179,000 

(1) 
26,076,000 
22.210.000 
13,502,000 
28,935,000 
& 869,971,000 



32,163,000 

03,089,000 

170.670 000 



1,583,483,000 



84,839,000 



13,140,000 
2,007,000 
(1) 



15,207,000 



24,192,000 



3,447,332,000 



1917. 



Bushels. 
1,59V,740,000 
403,010,000 



1,995,750,000 



31,781,000 



1,92P,000 



33,707,000 



(1) 
(1) 
(1) 
37,653,000 
(1) 
237,426,000 

(1) 
33,889,000 
18,5^,000 
14.591.000 

(1) 

(1) 



33,048,000 

70,754,000 

208,167,000 



654,122,000 



(1) 



16,125,000 
3,996,000 
6,928,000 



27,049,000 



19,389,000 



2,730,017,000 



1918. 



Bushels. 
1,538,359,000 



75,783,000 



41.336,000 



30,934,000 



3,858,000 



6,542,000 



(lINo official statistics. 

(2)Exclude3 Poland and Northern Caucasia. 

♦Includes Cyprus. 



136 



RYE CROPS OF THE WORLD, 1914-1918 

As reported by the United States Department of Agriculture. 



Countries. 



North Auibica. 

Dnited States 

Canada 

Mexico 



Total North America. 



Argentina. 
Chile . . . . 
Uruguay . . 



South Amebica. 



Total South America . 



Edhopc. 



Austria-Hungary . . . 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Roumania 

Russia (European) . 

Serbia 

Spain 

Sweden 

Dnited Kingdom . . . 



Total Europe. 



Asia. 



Russia-Asiatic . 
Total .\8ia.. 



Australasia. 
Total Australasia 



Grand Total. 



1914. 



Bushels. 
42,779.000 
2,017,000 
70,000 



44.866,000 



3,346,000 

151,000 

5,000 



1915. 



1916. 



1917. 



Bushels. 
54,050.000 
2.394.100 
70,000 



3,502,000 



119,547,000 
23.137.000 

7.255,000 

10.905,000 

10,806,000 

32,002,000 

410,478,000 

5,260,000 
13,471.000 

1,046,000 

1,959.000 
821,078,000 

1,000.000 
23.950,000 
27,599.000 

1,800.000 



1,511,293,000 



37,104,000 



56.514.000 



1.811.000 

150.000 

1.000 



1,962,000 



124,075,000 

18.000,000 

7,622.000 

12.989.000 

10.000.000 

33.072,000 

360.310,000 

4,362,000 

13,727,000 

829,000 

2,911,000 

882,155.000 

800,000 

26,102,000 

23,133,000 

1.700,000 



Bushels. 
48,862,000 
2,876,000 
70,000 



51,808,000 
2,008,000 

i',o66 



37.104.000 



117,000 



1,596.882,000 



1,521.787.000 



23,213,000 



23,213,000 



a) 



2,009,000 



(1) 
(1) 
8 490,000 
10,801.000 

(1) 

33,351,000 

(l) 

5 582,000 

12,391,000 

943,000 

(1) 
(2) 840,730,000 

(1) 
28,782,000 
22,929,000 



Bushels. 
62,933,000 
3,857,000 

(1) 



66,790,000 
858,000 

1,666 



963,999,000 



(1) 



(1) 



127,000 



1,603,476,000 



1,017,943,000 



859,000 



(1) 
(1) 
(1) 
8,858,000 

(1) 
27,509,000 

(1) 
4,460,000 
11,958,000 

656,000 

(1) 

(1) 

(1) 
24,365,000 
15,747.000 



93,553,000 



(1) 



(1) 
97,000 



161,239,000 



(l)No official statistics. 

(2) Excluding Poland and Northern Caucasia. 



1918. 



Bushels. 
89,103 000 



137 



BARLEY CROPS OF THE WORLD, 1914-1918 

As reported by the United States Department of Agriculture. 



COUNTBIES. 



North Auerica. 

United States 

Canada 

Mexico 



Total North America. 



Argentina 

Chili 

Uruguay . . 



South America 



Total South America 



Europe 

Austria-Hungary 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Roumania 

Russia (European) 

Serbia 

Spain 

Sweden 

United Kingdom 

Portugal 



1914. 



Bushels. 

194,953,000 
36,201,000 
10,839,000 



241,993,000 



8,037,000 

5,567,000 

165,000 



13,769,000 



128,663,000 

4,232,000 

9,217,000 

20,780,000 

4,047,000 

42,719,000 

144,125,000 

6,917,000 

3,019,000 

2,591,000 

25,505,000 

383,572,000 

3,000,000 

72,272,000 

12,195,000 

66.637.000 



1915. 



Bushels. 
228,851,000 
60,699,100 
10,000,000 



299,550,100 



5,144,000 

3,750,000 

40,000 



8,934,000 



119,124,000 

4,000,000 

14,697,000 

25,898,000 

5,000,000 

30,963,000 

114.077,000 

11,050,000 

3,233,000 

2,821,000 

28,688,000 

380,821,000 

2,250,000 

82,763,000 

14,252,000 

48,376,000 



1916. 



Bushels. 
182,309,000 
42,770,000 



225,079,000 



5,430,000 



115,000 



5,545,000 



14,739,000 
24,477,000 



38,268,000 



11,041,000 
2,498,000 
3,415,000 

30,038,000 
(2)442,387,000 



86,803,000 
14,621,000 
52,900,000 



1917. 



Bushels. 
211,759,000 
55,058,000 



266,817,000 



2,165,000 



110,000 



2,275.000 



(1^ 
17.v881,000 



39,557,000 



7,422,000 
2,573,000 
3,000,000 

(1) 
(1) 



76,747,000 
12,263,000 
57,479,000 



1918. 



Bushels. 
256,375,000 



9,186,000 



84,463,000 



Total Europe. 



Asu. 

India 

Cyprus 

Japanese Empire 

Russia (Asiatic) 



Total Asia. 



Africa. 

Algeria 

Egypt 

Tunis 

Union of South Africa . . 



Total Africa. 



AUBTRALASU. 

Total Australasia 



Grand Total. 



929,491.000 



125,113,000 

2,000,000 

85.835,000 

19,451,000 



888,013.000 



142,846,000 

2,000,000 

100,966,000 

13,653,000 



721,247,000 



147.653,000 
(1) 



216,922,000 



155,447,000 
(1) 



(1) 



a) 



232,399.000 



35,785,000 



259,465,000 



39,866,000 



3,215,000 
1,359,000 



11,482,000 
1,359,000 



35,969,000 
13,161,000 
4,914,000 
(1) 



28,529.000 

13,598,000 

8,267,000 

1.000.000 



40.359,000 



5,278,000 



52,707,000 



1,971,000 



54.044,000 



4,622,000 



51,394,000 



4,839,000 



1,453,289,000 



1,510,640,100 



1,158,190,000 697,694.000 



76.052,000 



9,871.000 
9.186,000 



833,000 



(l)No official statistics. 

(2)Exclude3 Poland and Northern Caucasia. 



138 



ANNUAL AVERAGE WHEAT PRICES IN ENGLAND, 

YEARLY SINCE 1259 

The accompanying tabulation of wheat prtces in England is compiled by the 
Bureau of Crop Estimates. The figures represent cents per bushel, the original quo- 
tations having been reduced to equivalent American units. 



Year. 



+ 

o 



+ 



+ 



+ 



+ 



Year. 



+ 



+ 



+ 



+ 



+ 



+ 
o 



+ 
o 
o 



0. 
1. 
2. 
3. 

4. 
5. 
6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
lo. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 
40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
46. 
47. 
48. 
49. 
50. 



14 
15 
15 
12 
17 
15 
12 
17 
21 
23 
21 
13 
15 
17 
25 
45 
48 
25 
14 
17 
19 
35 
27 
22 
22 
17 
11 
12 
19 
20 
22 
24 
14 
13 
12 
16 
15 
11 
10 
IS 
11 
11 
12 
17 
11 
11 
21 
20 
13 
16 
25 



18 
22 
20 
15 
12 
11 
13 
14 
22 
27 
15 
15 
15 
13 
13 
19 
24 
16 
21 
15 
19 
16 
13 
13 
15 
12 
12 
13 
27 
24 
18 
14 
21 
18 
16 
17 
16 
28 
45 
23 
12 
12 
12 
13 
12 
19 
18 
16 
17 
16 
20 



18 
25 
24 
19 
15 
15 
16 
17 
12 
9 

12 
17 
27 
18 
14 
20 
16 
19 
18 
22 
28 
23 
18 
17 
15 
16 
19 
41 
28 
29 
22 
25 
24 
23 
21 
31 
32 
21 
21 
17 
17 
27 
24 
28 
27 
47 
25 
15 
24 
49 
54 



80 

73 

80 

75 

78 

76 

87 

133 

121 

82 

91 

110 

118 

117 

102 

105 

119 

115 

90 

79 

77 

141 

137 

116 

124 

118 

92 

76 

104 

139 

157 

127 

132 

130 

1:^6 
13; 
130 
141 
107 
105 
121 
101 
121 
100 

lie 

137 
159 
178 
188 
164 



103 

85 

74 

85 

107 

81 

68 

69 

99 

199 

199 

137 

116 

122 

132 

108 

127 

112 

93 

93 

85 

89 

87 

85 

91 

113 

128 

110 

150 

138 

94 

72 

67 

70 

91 

107 

112 

107 

84 

95 

144 

130 

85 

63 

65 

66 

92 

92 

88 

60 

86 



346 
363 
212 
179 
189 
273 
241 
229 
247 
296 
324 
290 
385 
334 
226 
199 
239 
295 
262 
227 
206 
171 
136 
162 
194 
208 
178 
178 
184 
202 
195 
202 
V(S 
161 
140 
120 
148 
170 
196 
215 
202 
196 
174 
152 
156 
155 
166 
212 
154 
135 
122 



82 

81 

85 

81 

86 

90 

86 

93 

97 

112 

96 

96 

106 

96 

106 

161 

173 

230 



51. 
52. 
53. 
54. 
55. 
56. 
57. 
58. 
59. 
60. 
61. 
62. 
63. 
64. 
65. 
66. 
67. 
68. 
69. 
70. 
71. 
72. 
73. 
74. 
75. 
76. 
77. 
78. 
79. 
80. 
81. 
82. 
83. 
84. 
85. 
86. 
87. 
88. 
89. 
90. 
91. 
92. 
93. 
94. 
95. 
96. 
97. 
98. 
99. 



i; 

14 
13 
18 
12 
13 
10 
13 
13 
16 
15 
19 
21 
19 
16 
20 
15 
19 
15 
13 
15 
15 
18 
18 
21 
15 
16 
14 
9 
9 
13 
19 
17 
H 
25 

i7 

20 
14 
16 
16 
18 



31 
22 
13 
16 
18 
18 
21 
17 
18 
19 

le 

23 



IS 
1,0 
26 
20 
36 
28 
21 
24 
19 
26 
23 
14 
11 
11 

i; 

19 
17 
16 
15 
1/ 
15 
12 
10 
11 
16 
26 
16 
10 
11 
12 
15 
18 
17 
16 
17 



20 
17 
15 
12 
16 
15 
17 
17 
15 
21 
22 
13 
11 
12 
14 
16 
16 
17 
19 
17 
17 
12 
12 
14 
16 
15 
20 
20 
18 
18 
26 
31 
22 
16 
14 
16 
17 
17 
18 
15 
20 
13 
12 
14 
12 
16 
15 
16 
14 



71 
32 
30 
56 
66 
85 
25 
28 
33 
43 
47 
33 
59 
33 
32 
49 
33 
34 
35 
30 
37 
39 
79 
43 
48 
67 
61 
51 
39 
50 
46 
56 
52 
47 
63 
96 
84 
43 
59 
69 
61 
50 
55 
96 
116 
139 
171 
114 
71 



148 

117 

78 

60 

84 

107 

117 

155 

159 

140 

165 

188 

130 

126 

115 

87 

89 

100 

116 

105 

102 

109 

132 

186 

135 

87 

106 

143 

134 

106 

117 

106 

106 

110 

110 

80 

86 

69 

85 

88 

90 

119 

169 

153 

132 

141 

162 

174 

169 



99 
107 
113 
97 
80 
115 
181 
142 
104 
89 
73 
90 
99 
120 
139 
12; 
190 
171 
133 
149 
152 
159 
160 
165 
152 
120 
143 
132 
105 
112 
140 
150 
165 
153 
131 
122 
129 
141 
160 
167 
148 
131 
150 
159 
229 
239 
163 
153 
210 



117 

124 

162 

220 

227 

210 

171 

134 

133 

162 

168 

169 

136 

li:2 

127 

152 

196 

194 

146 

143 

172 

173 

178 

170 

137 

140 

173 

141 

133 , 

135 

138 , 

137 

126 

108 , 

100 

94 

99 

97 

90 , 

97 
113 

92 

80 

69 

70 

80 

92 
103 

78 . 



139 
HARVEST TIME OF THE WORLD 

The following shows the month of the Wheat harvest in the Wheat 
growing sections of the world: 

January Australia, New Zealand and Chili. 

February and March. . . East India, Upper Egypt. 

April Lower Egypt, Syria, Cyprus, Persia, Asia Minor, 

India, Mexico and Cuba. 

May Algeria, Central Asia, China, Japan, Morocco, Texas 

and Florida. 

June Turkey, Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, South of 

France, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, 
Georgia, Carolinas, Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky, 
Kansas, Arkansas, Utah, Missouri. 

July Roumania, Bulgaria, Austro- Hungary, South of 

Russia, Germany, Switzerland, France, South of 
England, Oregon, Nebraska, Minnesota, Wisconsin, 
Colorado, Washington, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, 
Michigan, Ohio, New York, New England and 
Upper Canada. 

August Belgium, Holland, Great Britain, Denmark, Poland, 

Lower Canada, Columbia, Manitoba, North and 
South Dakota. 

September and October. Scotland, Sweden, Norway and North of Russia. 

November Peru, South Africa and Argentina. 

December Burmah and Argentina. 



CORN HARVEST TIME 

January New South Wales. 

March and April Argentina. 

September and October.All European countries. 

October The crop of the United States is harvested principally 

in this month. 



140 
FOREIGN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

(Furnished by the Board's special foreign correspondent, Mr. George J. S. Broomhall, Fellow of the 

Royal Statistical Society). 

UNITED KINGDOM 

In the United Kingdom the quarter comprises among others the following conventional weights: — 

Lbs. 
Wheat and Corn from the Atlantic and Gulf ports of America, from Argentina. Australia 

and New Zealand |°" 

American and Canadian Oats |^" 

Wheat from Pacific coast of U. S. A ^"" 

Californian and Oregon Barley'. **° 

Russian Wheat from Black Sea and Azoff, always *»^ 

Russian Wheat from Baltic ^09 

•Russian Corn from Black Sea J^^ 

Russian Barley from Black Sea and Azoff • • • ■ • • • *"" 

Russian Oats 304 and 320 

Russian Rye *5" 

Danubian Wheat *°" 

Danubian Corn — large berry Joo 

Danubian Corn — small berry J^ 

Danubian Barley *"" 

Danubian Rye • ■ • ■ t°" 

German Wheat — from Dantzie, 500 lbs.; all others o"| 

Chilian Barley '*^° 

Chilian Wheat AoA'""j qq« 

New Zealand Oats Cif. 320 lbs.; on Mark Lane 320 and 336 

Argentine Cats ^^* 

Linseed, American *zi 

Linseed, Russian ^^J 

Linseed, Argentine Tjc 

Linseed, Bombay *^? 

Linseed, Calcutta *^" 



•If shipped from Poti 480 lbs. 



ENGLAND 



The term bushel, used coUoquiallv. varies greatly according to locality, from 32 lbs to 160 lbs. 

The Board of Agriculture reckons a bushel of wheat as equal to 60 lbs., of barley equal to 50 lbs., 

of oats equal to 39 lbs. 
A sack or comb usually represents 4 bushels. 
A sack of flour contains 280 lbs. 

SCOTLAND AND IRELAND 

A boll or bole is equal to 4 Winchester bushels. In Glasgow a boll represents 240 lbs. of wheat, 280 

lbs. corn and peas, 320 lbs. bariey, 264 lbs. oats. 
A Wey is equal to 5 quarters, a Last to 10 quarters. 

Some of the principal weights and measures in use in the grain trade of other oountrios are:— 

THE METRIC SYSTEM 

Weights — A kilogramme (or kilo) is equal to 2 lbs. 3 oz. or 2.2046 lbs. 

A quintal (100 kilos) is equal to 220.4622 lbs. avoirdupois. . , • 

A French tonne (10 quintals or 1000 kilos) is equal to 2204.622 lbs. avoirdupois. 

Dry Measuke.— a hectoliter is equal to 2.837 Winchester bushels; 2.838 Imperial bushels. 

StTKFACE Measure. — A hectare is equal to 2.47105 English statute acres. 

LoN-5 Measure. — A meter is equal to 1 yard 3.37011 inches. 
A kilometer is equal to 1,093 yards, 1 foot, 10.11 inches. 

RUSSIA 

A pood is equal to 36.112 lbs. avoirdupois. „. , ,_ , . 

A tchetvert is equal to 5.77 Imperial bushels or 5.95 Winchester bushels. 
A dessiatine is equal to 2,6997 acres. 
A verst is equal to 0.663 of an English mile. 



141 
FOREIGN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES-CONTINUED 

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY 

A Joch ie equal to 1.422 acres. A double centner is equal to a quintal 220.46 lbs. 

DENMARK 

A Tonde (drygoods) is equal to 3.825 Imperial bushels or 3.94783 Winchester bushels. 
A Fund is equal to 1.102 lbs. avoirdupois. 
A Tondclaiid is equal to 1.36 acres. 

GREECE 

An ocque is equal to 2.84 lbs avoitdupois. A mna is equal to 3.30G9 lbs. avoirdupoiB. 

EGYPT 

A pommerrial oke at Alexandria is equalto 2.8052 lbs. avoirdupois. 
A cantar is equal to 99.05 lbs. avoirdupois. 

In Cairo an ardeb of wheat, barley or corn is equal to 4.92 Imperial^bushels or 5.07375 Wiucbest. i 
busbfld. 

CHINA 

A catty is equal to 1.33 lbs. avoirdupois. A picul is equal to 133H lbs. avoiidupoia. 

JAPAN 

A cho is equal to 2 4507 acres. 

A koku is equal to 5 1164 Winchester bushels or 4.9629 Imperial bushelf. 

A kwam-me is equal to 8.2S17 lbs. avoirdupoia. 



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APPENDIX 



ACT OF INCORPORATION 



RULES, BY-LAWS AND REGULATIONS 



OF THE 



BOARD OF TRADE 



OF THE 



CITY OF CHICAGO 



ALSO 



RULES GOVERNING THE STATE INSPECTION OF GRAIN AS 

ESTABLISHED BY THE RAILROAD AND 

WAREHOUSE COMMISSION 



IN FORCE 
JANUARY 2, 1919 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAOS 

Act of Incorporation 5 

Objects of the Association 9 

Rule I. Government and Elections 10 

II. Duties of President 11 

III. Duties of Vice-President '. 12 

IV. Powers and Duties of the Board of Directors 12 

V. Duties of Secretary and Assistant Secretary 26 

VI. Duties of the Treasurer 26 

VII. Annual Meeting 27 

VIII. Committees of Arbitration and Appeals 27 

IX. Special Committees 29 

X. Membership and Assessment 29 

XI. Messengers 30 

XII. Visitors 31 

XIII. Press Tickets 31 

XIV. Brokers, and Commission Rates 31 

XV. Appropriations 37 

XVI. Irregular Trading 37 

XVII. Smoking 38 

XVIII. Seal 38 

XIX. Quorum 38 

XX. Deposits for Seciu-ity 38 

XXI. Regular Deliveries 42 

XXII. Rights of Parties on Contract , 52 

XXIII. Failure to Deliver or Receive on Contracts 62 

XXIV. Provisions 63 

XXV. Sale of Provisions 63 

XXVI. Tares 69 

XXVII. Former Rules, Provisions in Regard to 09 

By-Laws 70 

Regulations Governing Inspection of Flour 73 

Rules Governing Inspection of Grain (State Inspection) 79 

Regulations Governing Inspection of Provisions 102 



4 

PAGE 

Requirements as to Cutting and Packing of Hog Products 105 

Regulations Governing the Inspection of Flax Seeds 112 

Regulations for the Arbitration of Grass and Field Seeds 114 

Regulations Governing the Inspection of Hay 116 

Requirements for " Regular" Grain Warehouse 118 

Regulations Governing Grain Samplers 120 

Requirements for " Regular" Provision Warehouse 123 

Regulations Governing the Trade in Hops 126 

Regulations Governing Clearing House 127 

Regulations Regarding Solicitors.^ 130 

Regulations for the Weighing of Grain 131 

Regulations of the Custodian Department ^ . . ^ 133 

Regulations of the Market Report Department. - 136 

Regulations for the Government of Messengers 137 

Regulations Governing "To Arrive" Grain 138 

Regulations of Car Inspection Department 140 

General Index 141 



LEGISLATIVE ACT TO INCORPORATE 



THE 



BOARD OF Trade, Chicago 



Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the 
General Assembly: 

Section 1. That the persons now composing the Board of Trade Corporate 
of the City of Chicago, are hereby created a body politic and cor- 
porate, under the name and style of the "Board of Trade of the 
City of Chicago," and by that name may sue and be sued, implead 
and be impleaded, receive and hold property and effects, real and per- 
sonal, by gift, devise or purchase, and dispose of the same by sale, 
lease, or otherwise (said property so held not to exceed at any time Limit of 
the sum of two hundred thousand dollars) ; may have a common seal, Seal. 
and alter the same from time to time ; and make such Rules, Regu- Power to 
lations and By-Laws from time to time as they may think proper or adopt Rules, 

,, ., .,, , Regulations 

necessary for the government of the corporation hereby created, not and By-Laws. 

contrary to the laws of the land. 

Sec. 2. That the Rules, Regulations and By-Laws of the said g^^^^* jj^^ 
existing Board of Trade shall be the Rules and By-Laws of the cor- and By-Laws 
poration hereby created, until the same shall be regularly repealed until duly 
or altered; and that the present officers of said Association, known '^^*'^^^'^- 
as the "Board of Trade of the City of Chicago," shall be the officers 
of the corporation hereby created, until their respective offices shall 
regularly expire or be vacated, or until the election of new officers 
according to the provisions hereof. 

Sec. 3. The officers shall consist of a President, one or more Officers. 
Vice-Presidents, and such other officers as may be determined upon 
by the Rules, Regulations, or By-Laws of said corporation. All of 
said officers shall respectively hold their offices for the length of time 
fixed upon by the Rules and Regulations of said corporation hereby 
created, and until their successors are elected and qualified. 

Sec 4. The said corporation is hereby authorized to establish Rules, 
such Rules, Regulations and By-Laws for the management of their and By-Laws, 
business, and the mode in which it shall be transacted, as they may 
think proper. 

Sec. 5. The time and marmer of holding elections and making ?^f?.°^'' °^ 
appointments of such officers as are not elected, shall be established elections 
by the Rules, Regulations and By-Laws of said corporation. 



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6 



Power to 
admit and 
expel. 



Committeee of 
Arbitration 
and Appeals. 



Execution.'? 
upon awards. 



Bonds. 



Oaths of 
office. 



Suits upon 
bonds. 



Inspectors, 
gaugers and 
weighers. 



Certificates, 
evidence of 
quantity, 
grade or 
quality. 



Employment 
of appointees 
not obligatory 



Fines. 

Shall not 
exceed five 
dollars. 



Sec. 6. Said corporation shall have the right to admit or expel 
such persons as they may see fit, in manner to be prescribed by the 
Rules, Regulations and By-Laws thereof. 

Sec. 7. Said corporation may constitute and appoint Committees 
of Reference and Arbitration, and Committees of Appeals, who shall 
be governed by such rules and regulations as may be prescribed in the 
Rules, Regulations or By-Laws for the settlement of such matters 
of difference as may be voluntarily submitted for arbitration by 
members of the Association, or by other persons not members 
thereof; the acting chairman of either of said committees, when 
sitting as arbitrators, may administer oaths to the parties and wit- 
nesses, and issue subpoenas and attachments, compelling the attend- 
ance of witnesses, the same as justices of the peace, and in like manner 
directed to any constable to execute. 

Sec. 8. When any submission shall have been made in writing, 
and a final award shall have been rendered, and no appeal taken 
within the time fixed by the Rules or By-Laws, then, on filing such 
award and submission with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, an execu- 
tion may issue upon such award as if it were a judgment rendered 
in the Circuit Court, and such award shall thenceforth have the force 
and effect of such a judgment, and shall be entered upon the judgment 
docket of said court. 

Sec. 9. It shall be lawful for said corporation, when they shall 
think proper, to receive and require of and from their officers, whether 
elected or appointed, good and sufficient bonds for the faithful dis- 
charge of their duties and trusts; and the President or Secretary is 
hereby authorized to administer such oaths of office as may be pre- 
scribed in the By-Laws or Rules of said corporation. Said bonds 
shall be made payable and conditioned as prescribed by the Rules or 
By-Laws of said corporation, and may be sued and the moneys col- 
lected and held for the use of the party injured, or such other use as 
may be determined upon by said corporation. 

Sec. 10. Said corporation shall have power to appoint one or 
more persons, as they may see fit, to examine, measure, weigh, gauge, 
or inspect flour, grain, provisions, liquor, lumber, or any other articles 
of produce or traffic commonly dealt in by the members of said cor- 
poration; and the certificate of such person or inspector as to the 
quality or quantity of any such article, or their brand or mark upon 
it, or upon any package containing such article, shall be evidence 
between buyer and seller of the quantity, grade or quality of the 
same, and shall be binding upon the members of said corporation, or 
others interested, and requiring or assenting to the employment of 
such weighers, measurers, gaugers, or inspectors; nothing herein 
contained, however, shall compel the employment, by any one, of 
any such appointee. 

Sec. 11. Said corporation may inflict fines upon any of its mem- 
bers, and collect the same, for breach of its Rules, Regulations, or 
By-Laws; but no fine shall exceed five dollars. Such fines may be 
collected by action of debt, before a justice of the peace, in the name 
of the corporation. 



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Sec. 12. Said corporation shall have no power or authonty to LiKntation 
• . , • , ■ ^1 of powers. 

do or carry on any business excepting such as is usual in the manage- 
ment of boards of trade or chambers of commerce, or as provided in 
the foregoing sections of this bill. 

WM. R. MORRISON, 
Speaker of the House of Representatives 

JOHN WOOD. 



Speaker of the Settate. 
WM. H. BISSELL. 



Approved February 18, 1859: 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ) 

STATE OF ILLINOIS. f ^^' 

I, O. M. Hatch, Secretary of State of the State of Illinois, do Certificate 
hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of an enrolled law 
now on file in my office. 

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and 
[seal.] affixed the great Seal of State, at the city of Springfield, this 
seventh day of March, a. d. 1859. 

O. M. HATCH, 
Secretary of State. 



RULES AND BY-LAWS 



OF THE 



Board of Trade of the City of Chicago 



IN FORCE JANUARY 2. 1919 



OBJECTS. 



The objects of the Association are: To maintain a Commercial Preambla 
Exchange; to promote uniformity in the customs and usages of mer- 
chants; to inculcate principles of justice and equity' in trade; to facili- 
tate the speedy adjustment of business disputes; to acquire and to 
disseminate valuable commercial and economic information; and, 
generally, to secure to its members the benefits of co-operation in the 
furtherance of their legitimate pursuits. 

In accordance with the franchises conferred by its Charter, and 
to accomplish the objects sought by the Association in its organiza- 
tion. 

The Board of Trade op the City of Chicago has adopted, for 
its direction and government, the following Rules and By-Laws: 






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GENERAL RULES. 



Government 
of the 
Association. 



How vested. 



Board of 

Directors. 

Qualifications. 



Term of office. 



Quorum. 



Committees of 
Arbitration 
and Appeals. 



Term of office. 
Qualifications. 



Annual 
election. 



Commencp- 
H'lent of oflicial 
term. 

Requirements 
of an election. 



Failure to 
elect. 

Subsequent 
trials. 

Failure to 
elect and 
vacancies. 



Notice, how 
published. 



RULE I. 
GOVERNMENT AND ELECTION'S. 

Section 1. The government of the Board of Trade of the City of 
Chicago, and the control and management of its Real Estate (including 
all of the authority and power heretofore vested in the Board of Real 
Estate Managers), are hereby vested in a President, two Vice-Presi- 
dents, and fifteen Directors, who, including the President and Vice- 
Presidents, shall be known ^s the Board of Directors, all of whom 
shall have been members of the Association for at least one year next 
preceding their election. The President, one Vice-President, and 
five Directors shall be elected annually. The President shall hold 
his otfice for the term of one year, or until his successor is elected and 
qualified; the Vice-Presidents, in like manner, shall hold their offices 
for the term of two years, and the Directors, in like manner, for the 
term of three years. Ten members of the Board of Directors shall 
constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, but a less number 
may adjourn from time to time, to any fixed date preceding the next 
regular meeting of said Board. 

Sec. 2. There shall also be elected by the members of the Asso- 
ciation a Committee of Arbitration and a Committee of Appeals, con- 
sisting of ten members each, who shall hold their respective offices for 
the period of two years. Five members of each committee shall be 
elected annually. The qualifications for election to either of these 
committees shall be the same as for the office of Director. No person 
shall, at the same time, be a member of both committees. 

Sec. 3. The annual election for all elective officers not otherwise 
provided for, shall be held in the Exchange Hall on the first Monday 
after the second day of January in each year, between the hours of 
ten o'clock A. M. and two o'clock P. M., and all voting shall be by 
the Australian Ballot. The official term of all officers shall commence 
on the Monday succeeding their election. 

Sec 4. For President and Vice-Presidents, a majority of all the 
votes cast shall be necessary to a choice; but for all other elective 
officers a plurality shall elect. 

Sec. 5 In case of failure to elect any officer voted for on the first 
trial, another election, in like manner, shall be held on the succeeding 
day, and if there shall again be a failure to elect, then, upon a third 
trial, held in like manner, on the day following, a plurality shall elect. 

Sec 6. If from any cause an election of officers is not had at the 
regular annual election, or in case of the death, resignation or removal 
of the President, either of the Vice-Presidents, Directors or membe.'-s 
of either of the Committees of Arbitration or Appeals, it shall be in 
the power of the Association to fill such vacancies for the remainder 
of the official term at any regular or special election thereafter; pro- 
vided, notice of said special election shall have been announced on 
'Change at least three days immediately preceding such election. 



10 



[Roles l.-II.] 



11 



No ballot shall be counted for Directors at any election of Directors Ballots at 
which does not contain as many names of the regularly nominated 
candidates as there are directors to be elected at that election ; and no 
ballot shall be counted for members of the Committee of Arbitration 
which does not contain as many names of the regularly nominated 
candidates as there are members of the Committee of Arbitration to 
be elected at that election ; and no ballot shall be counted for members 
of the Committee of Appeals which does not contain as many names 
of the regularly nominated candidates as there are members of the 
Committee of Appeals to be elected at that election. It shall be the 
duty of the Secretary to have this portion of the Rules printed on all 
ballots used at any such election. 

Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of the President, prior to any election xellers of 
to be held by the Association, to appoint or cause to be appointed a election, 
sufficient number of tellers, who shall have charge of the ballot boxes Duties, 
and poll lists of the Association, and who shall receive consecutively, 
and place the same in the ballot box, all ballots of members who shall 
be in good and regular standing, who shall have paid all dues and 
assessments. They shall keep a record of all members voting, and 
opposite each name shall place the number of the ballot deposited by 
said member. Three of the tellers shall constitute a quorum for Quorum, 
receiving and recording the votes. No ballot box shall be opened, 
nor shall any votes be counted, except in the presence of at least four 
of their number. They shall make all returns in writing to the Presi- Returns in 
dent of the Association, duly signed by at least four of their number, ^"^ °^' 
and the Secretary shall preserve all the ballots for the period of at Preservation 
least one month, for further examination, if the same shall be ordered ^ a, o . 
by the Board of Directors, to verify the correctness of the returns of 
said tellers. 

Sec. 8. In the hearing or trial of any case or controversy before pisquaiifica- 
the Board of Directors, or before any committee of the Association, Directors or 

no Director and no member of any such committee shall serve or act members of 

.,,, r- ' 1 • committees. 

in such hearing or trial who has any financial interest or concern in 
the result of such hearing or trial, or who shall be a business partner 
of any party thus interested. 

RULE II. 

DUTIES OF THE PRESIDENT. 

Section 1. It shall be the duty of the President to act as general Executive 

° powers, 

executive officer of the Association and of the Board of Directors, 

respectively ; to preside at all meetings of either of these bodies, and to ^0.^°^ ^ p^^ 
direct the proceedings of each in accordance with the Rules, By-'Laws 
and Rules of Order governing the same; he shall have power to call To cal] special 
special meetings of the Board of Directors and of the Association; and °^^^ '"^' 
upon the written request of twenty-five members, he shall call special 
meetings of the Association, which shall be done by causing notice of Object to be 
the same to be publicly announced on 'Change; provided, such request 
shall state the object for which such meeting is to be called, and is 
made at least three busine,ss days preceding the said meeting. 

Sec 2. It shall be the duty of the President to preserve order and To preserve- 
proper business decorum in the Exchange and other rooms of the 



12 



[Rules II.-III.-IV.] 



Penalty for 

disorderly 

conduct. 



Power to fill 
vacancies and 
to appoint 
committees. 



First and 
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Respective 
duties. 



Business and 
financial 
concerns, 
how managed. 



Appointment 
of officers and 
employes. 



Compensation 
of officers and 
appointees. 
Terms of 
appointed 
officers. 



Appointments 
revocable. 



Oath of office. 



Stated 
meetings of 
Directors. 



Association, and in the corridors, halls, entrances and other parts of 
the building of the Association; and, in case any member, or other 
person, shall be guilty of any disorderly, boisterous or offensive con- 
duct in or about the Exchange or other rooms of the Association, or 
in or about the corridors, halls, entrances or other parts of the build- 
ing of the Association, he shall be for that ofTense suspended from 
admission to the Exchange rooms of the Association for such time as 
may be determined by the President, subject, however, to appeal to 
the Board of Directors; but pending such appeal the suspension shall 
not be enforced. 

Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the President to temporarily fill 
any vacancy which may occ;ar in any appointive office of the Asso- 
ciation, and to appoint all committees whose appointment is not 
otherwise provided for. 

RULE III. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS DUTIES. 

Section 1. The Vice-President serving upon the last year of his 
official term shall be the first Vice-President, and the Vice-President 
serving upon the first year of his official term shall be the second 
Vice-President. It shall be the duty of the Vice-Presidents, respec- 
tively, in this order, to perfonn the duties of President, in case of his 
absence or disability. 

RULE IV 
powers and duties of the board of directors. 

Section 1. All the business and financial concerns of the Asso- 
ciation shall be managed and conducted (.in accordance with the 
Charter, Rules, Regulations and By-Laws of the Association) by or 
under the direction of the Board of Directors. 

Sec. 2. The Board of Directors shall, on the Tuesday succeeding 
each annual election, or as soon thereafter as may be practicable 
appoint a Secretary, an Assistant Secretary, a Treasurer and such 
Inspectors, Gangers, Weighers, Measurers, and other officers, clerks, 
assistants and employes r.s they may consider necessary for the pur- 
poses of the Association, and they may establish such regulations for 
the direction and government of such appointees as they may think 
proper; and may fix their compensation, and determine by whom the 
same shall be paid. The term of office of all such appointees shall 
commence on the Tuesday succeeding their appointment, or at such 
other time as the Board of Directors may designate, and shall con- 
tinue for one year, or until their successors are appointed and assume 
their duties; but all such appointments shall be revocable at the will 
and pleasure of said Board. 

Sec. 3. The Board of Directors shall require of all appointees an 
oath to well and faithfully perform all and singular the duties of their 
offices, and may at its discretion require a good and sufficient bond to 
secure such performance. 

Sec. 4. The Board of Directors shall hold stated meetings every 
Tuesday, except when Tuesday shall fall upon a legal holiday, in 
which case the meeting for that day may be omitted. 



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13 



Sec. 5. The Board of Directors shall cause to be announced on Announce- 
ment of 
'Change all appointments of public concern which they shall make, appointments 

and all revocations of the same; and at every annual meeting they tiong'^^'"'^" 
shall make a full report of receipts and expenditures, properly clas- 
sified, and an exhibit of the financial affairs, property and general con- Annual report 

■^ -^ -' ° . of receipts and 

dition of the Association. They shall, previous to the annual meetmg expenditures. 

of the Association, assess on each of the members of the Association Assessments. 
an amount which, in their judgment, will be sufficient, in the aggre- 
gate, to meet all estimated expenditures of the Association for the 
ensuing fiscal year, and they shall, at the annual meeting, report to 
the Association the pro rata amount so assessed. 

Sec. 6. The Board of Directors shall provide suitable and con- Rooms 
venient Exchange and other necessary rooms and offices for the pur- 
pose of the Association, and they shall cause the same to be kept in 
a comfortable, neat and orderly condition. They shall on all business 
days cause the Exchange Hall to be open, set apart and devoted to 
the purposes of a general exchange during the hours for regular trad- 
ing, as provided by Section 1 of Rule XVI. They shall have power 
to make such Rules and Regulations as they may deem necessary in Power to 
regard to the use of the Exchange rooms, and the other rooms, offices, of rooms, 
corridors, halls, entrances and other parts of the building of the Asso- 
ciation, and to enforce the same by such penalties as they may prescribe. 

Sec. 7. When any member of this Association has been duly con- Causes for 
victed of failure to comply with the terms of any business obligation, 
or with the award of any Committee of Arbitration or Committee of 
Appeals, made in conformity with the rules and regulations of this 
Association, he shall be suspended from all privileges of the Board of 
Trade of the City of Chicago until all his outstanding obligations to 
members of the said Board of Trade shall have been settled, when he 
may, upon application to the Board of Directors, and upon stating Reinstate- 
under oath that he has settled all such outstanding obligations, be™®^*" 
reinstated. Notice of all applications for reinstatement shall be posted Applications 
upon a properly designated bulletin in the Exchange Hall fpr at least [^ent^^"^***"^ 
fifteen (15) days prior to the hearing of such application by the Board 
of Directors. 

Such reinstatement shall be a bar to any further discipline by the A bar to 
Board of Directors of the said Board of Trade on account of claims c^^e^ 
against such member maturing prior to his reinstatement. 

Sec. 8. Any member of the Association who shall be interested or Dealing in 
associated in business with, or who shall act as the representative of, *^ e^'^i^ces. 
or who shall knowingly execute any order or orders for the account of 
any organization, firm or individual engaged in the business of dealing 
in differences on the fluctuations in the market price of any commod- 
ity or corporate stock — ^without a bona fide purchase and sale of the 
article for an actual delivery; or who shall be a member of, or shall, 
in his own behalf, or as agent, directly or indirectly make, execute, or 
give any orders for a trade or transaction in or upon any bucketshop 
or any so-called exchange, wherein is conducted or permitted the busi- 
ness aforesaid, or who shall knowingly accept, either directly or in- 
directly, from any member of any so-called exchange, wherein is 



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14 [Rule IV.] 

conducted or permitted the business aforesaid, any orders for trades 
or transactions to be executed in the Exchange Hall of this Associa- 
tion, shall be deemed guilty of unmercantile conduct.which renders him 
unworthy to be a member of the Association; and upon complaint to 
and conviction thereof by the Board of Directors, he shall be expelled 
from membership in the Association. Any member who shall, directly 
or indirectly, become or continue a member of, or in his own behalf or 
as agent make any trade upon, or otherwise contribute to the main- 
tenance of, or accept any orders to be executed upon the Exchange of 
this Association from any member of a market or exchange in the city 
of Chicago permitting the distribution of its quotations covering the 
commodities dealt in upon tltfe Exchange of this Association, without 
imposing and enforcing prohibitions upon the use of such quotations 
in bucketshops, such as are imposed by this Association upon its quo- 

I'enalty. tations, shall, upon complaint to, and conviction thereof by the Board 

of Directors, be expelled from membership in this Association. 

Orders must be All orders received by any member of this Association, firm or cor- 

oxecutecl in •" 

open market, poration doing business upon the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, 
to buy or seU for future delivery any of the articles or commodities 
dealt in upon the floor of the Exchange (except when in exchange for 
cash property) must be executed in the open market in the Exchange 
Hall during the hours of regular trading, and under no circumstances 
shall any member, firm or corporation assume to have executed any 
of such orders or any portion thereof by taking the trades, or any por- 
tion of any of them, for their own account, either directly or indirectly, 
in their own name or that of an employe, broker or other member of 
the Association. Any member convicted of violation of this rule by 
the Board of Directors shall be expelled 

When any member, or any firm of which a member of this Associa- 
tion is a member, or any corporation of which a member is an officer, 
whether acting as principal or as agent, shall either directly or in- 
The sending of directly make or execute, or cause or permit to be forwarded for exe- 
outside'ex- *° cution, upon any exchange or board of trade located outside of the 
change where City of Chicago, an order for a so-called "put" or "call," or for any 

trading in so- , 

called "puts" Contract respecting the purchase or sale of grain or provisions for 
permitted or future delivery, when by the rules, regulations, customs or usages of 
the making of such exchange or board of trade it is provided or permitted, or where 
fulfilled by de- the parties to such "put," "call" or contract contemplate that such 
Chicago ware- "put," "call " or Contract may be fulfilled or satisfied by the delivery 
house receipts, Qf -^ warehouse receipt or receipts issued by a warehouse located in 
Chicago, such member, or such member of such firm, or such officer of 
such corporation, shall be deemed guilty of conduct which renders him 
unfit for membership in this Association, and upon conviction thereof 
he shall be expelled. 
Violation f Sec. 9. When any member of the Association shall be guilty of 

contract. a willful violation of any business contract or obligation and shall 

neglect or refuse to equitably and satisfactorily adjust and settle the 
same, or when any member shall willfully neglect or refuse to comply 
promptly with the award of any committee of arbitration or commit- 
tee of appeals, rendered in conformity with the rules, regulations and 



[Rule IV.] 



15 



by-laws of the Association, he shall be suspended from all the privileges 
of this Association until such contract or obligation is satisfactorily 
adjusted and settled, or such award is performed or complied with. 

When any member shall be guilty of improper conduct of a per- Various 

,, . ,, r , A ■ ■ 111-1 offenses; how 

sonal character m any of the rooms of the Association, or shall violate punishable. 

any of the rules, regulations or by-laws of the Association or shall be 
guilty of any dishonorable conduct, for which a specific penalty has 
not been provided, he shall be suspended by the Board of Directors 
from all the privileges of membership for such period as in their dis- 
cretion the gravity of the offense committed may warrant When any 
member shall be guilty of making or reporting any false or fictitious 
purchase or sale, or where any member shall be guilty of an act of bad 
faith, or any attempt at extortion or of any dishonest conduct, he shall 
be expelled by the Board of Directors. Or when a member shall, 
either in the Exchange Building or elsewhere, contract to give to him- 
self or another the option to sell or buy any of the articles dealt in on 
this Exchange in violation of any criminal statute of this State, he 
shall forfeit the right to have said contract enforced under the rules of 
this Association. 

Any member suspended from the privileges of the Association shall Suspension 
not be allowed to trade or do any business upon the floor of the Ex- 
change in his own name, either through a broker or employe. 

Any member of this Association trading or offering to trade, either Name of sue- 
as a broker or employe, giving the name of a suspended member, shall ^^*{^ given 
be considered as having violated a rule of the Association, and shall be 
suspended for not less than thirty days nor more than six months. 

A majority of a quorum sitting at a regular or adjourned meeting ^^^^ necess r 
of the Board of Directors shall be neecssary to suspend, and an affir- to suspend; 
mative vote of at least twelve members of the Board of Directors shall 
be necessary to expel. 

Sec. 10. No member of the Association nor the firm or corpora- Employes, 
tion with whom he may be identified or associated shall in any case 
trade, accept or clear trades for or on behalf of any employe of another 
member, firm or corporation, where the name of the member, firm or 
corporation with whom said employe is employed appears in the 
transaction. 

Sec. 11. No member of this Association is allowed under any cir- no member 
cumstances to be both principal and agent in any transaction in any "^.^ ^ ^,"*^ , 
of the commodities dealt in under the rules of this Board. Further- agent, 
more, no member of this Association in any transaction in any of the 
commodities dealt in under the rules of this Board shall allow himself 
directly or indirectly, either by his own act or by the act of an em- 
ploye or of a broker or other member of the Association, to be placed 
in the position of agent for both seller and buyer. 

This section shall not apply in case of exchange of cash property. 

Sec. 12. Upon the conviction by the Board of Directors of any penalty, 
member of the Association, firm or corporation of the violation of 
Sections 10 and 11 of this rule, he or they shall be suspended from all 
the privileges of the Association for a period of not less than one year, 
^nd for a second offense shall be expelled. 



16 



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Failxire to tes- Sec. 13. In any investigation or trial before the Board of Direc- 

t"yi produce 

books, etc. tors, or before any other duly constituted committee or other tribunal 
of the Association, if any member who shall have been cited by the 
President, or the Chairman of any duly constituted committee or other 
tribunal of the Association to appear, testify and produce his books 
and papers, shall neglect or refuse to so appear and testify or to pro- 
duce his books and papers, or, if testifying, shall refuse to answer any 
question which may by a majority vote of the said Board of Directors, 
committee or other tribunal, be declared proper and pertinent to the 
case in hearing, he shall be subject to suspension by the said Board 
of Directors from all privileges of the Association, for such period as 
said Board may determine; ac^on under this section may be had on 
the report in writing of any such committee or other tribunal, in case 
the contempt shall occur before it. It is hereby provided that no wit- 
ness shall be compelled to answer any question which shall criminate 
himself; nor shall any testimony be admitted which, in the opinion of 
the committee or other tribunal, is irrelevant to the case in hearing. 

Reinstatement ^EC. 14. A suspended member may be reinstated by a majority 
vote of a quorum of the Board of Directors. A suspended member 
shall not be reinstated during the time for which he was suspended, 
unless it shall subsequently be proven that he was suspended upon 
false testimony, or in case satisfactory evidence is presented of error 
in the decision of the Board of Directors as to his guilt of the charges 
upon which he was suspended, and notice of the application for re- 
hearing of all such cases must be posted upon the bulletin of the 
Exchange for one week prior to such rehearing. 

Expelled Sec. 15. An expelled member shall not be readmitted to member- 

reaSnitted. °^^ ship except upon payment of the regular initiation fee and annual 

assessment, and upon satisfactory evidence that he is a fit person for 

Vote necessary membership in the Association, and then only upon an affirmative vote 

o rea mi . ^£ ^^ least twelve members of the Board of Directors; provided, that 

three negative votes are not cast against such applicant for readmis- 

Pro vision to sion; provided, such vote shall be had at a regular meeting at least 

iTIxpulsion^'^orie week succeeding a motion to readmit; provided, that in case it 

shall subsequently be proven that the member was expelled on false 

testimony, or in case satisfactory evidence is presented of error in the 

decision of the Board of Directors as to his guilt of the charges upon 

which he was expelled, he may be restored to membership, as provided 

by this section, without the payment of the initiation fee. 

Notice of the application for rehearing of all such cases must be 
posted upon the bulletin board of the Exchange for one week prior to 
such rehearing. 

Charges to be Sec. 16. All charges made to the Board of Directors against any 
member of the Association for any default, misconduct, or offense, 
shall be in writing, and in duplicate, and shall state the default, mis- 
conduct or offense charged; and the same shall be signed by one or 
more members of the Association, by a business firm, one or more of 
whose members shall be a member of the Association, or by the Chair- 
man of a committee of the Association. 



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Sec. 17. No member shall be censured, suspended or expelled EMmination 

OI CDSiFfrCS 

under this Rule, without an examination of the charges against him 

by the Board of Directors, nor without having an opportunity to be 

heard in his own defense. No examination shall take place until Notieelof trial. 

notice has been served on the accused member, or his firm, if the 

charges apply to the firm, accompanied by a copy of the charges Copy of 

against him or them, in writing. Such notice may be served upon ^ ^^s^^- 

the accused personally, by the Secretary or any of his assistants, or 

it may be left at or mailed to the accused at his ordinary place of 

business or residence; in either of which cases the notice shall be con- Sufficiency of 

sidered sufficient, and the examination may proceed whether the°°*'*'^ 

accused is present or not. 

Sec. 18. It shall be the duty of the Board of Directors, in case 
any grave offense or act of dishonesty committed by any member 
involving the good name or dignity of the Association, or any act of 
dishonesty on the part of a member, shall come to their knowledge, 
either by complaint or public report, to cause a preliminary or informal Investigation 
investigation to be made by a committee of their number into the ^ ommittee. 
truth or falsity of such complaint or report; and if the said committee, 
after investigation, shall deem any member guilty of such offense, they 
shall so report to the Board of Directors, with specific charges; where- 
upon the member thus implicated shall be notified to appear before 
the Board of Directors in manner as provided by Section 16 of this punishment if 
Rule, and if found guilty the said member shall be suspended or ex- sustained, 
pelled, as hereinbefore provided. 

To facilitate the investigation of all cases under this Rule, the 
Board of Directors, or any committee appointed to make the preUm- 
inary investigation, shall have power to call for persons and papers. Power to call 
and every member, firm or corporation connected with the matter books'and^' 
under investigation may be required (unless it shall criminate him or P^P^rs- 
them) to produce his, its or their books and records covering the mat- 
ters involved in the charges for examination by the Board of Directors 
or its committee of investigation, and any member who or whose firm 
or corporation shall refuse to comply with this requirement shall be 
suspended from all the privileges of the Association until such require- 
ment shall be complied with. 

Sec. 19. In investigations before the Board of Directors, or before professional 
any committee of the Association, no party shall be allowed to be counsel not 
represented by professional counsel. . ^ ,^^.'^^^^1% 

Sec 20. When a member against whom are pending no com- Discharge in ; 
plaints or charges preferred by a member or the Association, or who ''^'^kruptcy. 
is not under sentence of suspension, shall have been duly discharged 
from his legal responsibilities or debts by a court of bankruptcy, he 
shall not thereafter be liable to discipline on account of such obliga^- 
tions; provided, the institution of proceedings in bankruptcy shall in proceedings 
nowise affect the action of the Board of Directors in matters of dis- *^ bankruptcy. 
cipline brought before said Board before a final discharge in bank- 
ruptcy shall have been granted; nor shall a discharge in bankruptcy 
affect subsequent proceedings, in the way of discipline, before said Board 
for immoral or dishonest transactions, occurring prior to said discharge proceedings. 






18 



[Rule IV.] 



Standards of Sec. 21. It shall be the duty of the Board of Directors, as occa- 

grades. 

sion may require, to fix and establish standards of grades or qualities 

for Flour, Grain, Provisions, Liquors, Lumber, and any other articles 
or commodities dealt in by the members of the Association; and the 
Certificates. certificate of any Inspector, Weigher, Measurer or Gauger, appointed 
by the said Board, as to the quality or quantity of any such articles, 
or his brand or mark upon it, or upon any package containing such 
articles, shall be evidence between buyer and seller of the quality, 
grade or quantity of the same, and shall be binding upon the mem- 
bers of the Association or othefs interested or requiring or assenting to 
the employment of such Inspectors, Gaugers, Weighers or Measurers. 

Custodian Sec. 22. The Board of Directors is empowered to organize a 

possession of department to be designated "The Custodian Department of the 
ties to preserve Board of Trade of the City of Chicago," and also to appoint the 

lien of seller -^ , , . . , . , ,, 

for purchase necessary officers and employes m connection therewith, to specify 

price 

the duties to be performed in the management of said department, 
and to establish such regulations for the conduct and government of 
said department as, in the judgment of the Board of Directors, shall 
best promote its efficiency. The term of office of all such appointees 
shall begin at such time as the Board of Directors may designate, and 
shall continue until successors are appointed and assume their duties; 
but all such appointments shall be revocable at the will and pleasure 
of said Board of Directors. The custodian of the department shall 
file a bond with sufficient sureties in such sum and subject to such 
conditions as may be deemed necessary by the Board of Directors. 
The said custodian, for the purpose of this rule, shall be deemed the 
agent of the seller to hold possession of any and all commodities 
placed in his care and control until the purchase price of the same is 
paid, and he shall not release said possession, except in accordance 
with the provisions of this section and the regulations established 
under its authority. Provided, however, that nothing in the said 
section, or the regulations passed in conformity thereto, shall be con- 
strued as a reservation of title by the seller to any and all commodities 
in the possession of the custodian, if, in the absence of this section, 
the agreement between parties, or the custom of trade shall contem- 
plate the transfer of title thereto to the buyer. 

Organization Sec. 23. The Board of Directors shall have power to organize a 

of Market'"^" Department of Market Records and Reports, and to appoint the neces- 

^*'°'^ ■ sary officers and employes in connection therewith, to designate the 

work to be perfcr Tied by the said Department, and to make all needful 



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19 



Rules and Regiilations to govern the same. The records and reports 
which may be prepared and compiled by the said Department shall 
be considered and treated as portions of the Official Records of the 
Association, and the said records or parts thereof may be disseminated 
in such manner and under such conditions and restrictions as may be 
prescribed by the Board of Directors. 

"Whenever the market quotations of said Board are transmitted Ciiarge for 

7 , , , . . , rv private wires. 

over any private wire, or wires, leased b}^ or running into the office 
of, any member of this Board, or any firm one of whose partners is 
a member, or any corporation entitled to any of the privileges of 
this Board, such member, firm or corporation receiving such quo- 
tations shall pay to the Secretary of this Board, monthly, fifteen 
dollars ($15.00) for each and every office outside of the city of Chi- 
cago, into which any leased wire, or wires run, and every such member, 
firm or corporation shall, from time to time, whenever requested by 
the Secretary, report to him in writing the number and location of 
his, their or its said offices; and upon the failure of any such member, 
firm or corporation to make such report, or to pay any of the moneys 
herein provided, such moneys to be paid by the member, firm or 
corporation into whose office the wire, or wires, run, such member, 
or members, or the officers of any such corporation who are members, 
shall be suspended by the Board of Directors until this rule shall 
have been complied with. Provided, that branch offices of members 
whose main office is located in Chicago may receive the market quota- 
tions, as herein provided, for the sum of $7.50 per month. Provided 
further, that three-fourths of the money derived under and by virtue 
of the provisions of this section shall become a part of the fund set 
aside for the liquidation of the bonded indebtedness of the Associ- 
ation, as provided in Section 2 of Rule X." 

Sec. 24. It shall be the duty of the Board of Directors, upon the standing 
nomination of the President, to appoint such Standing Committees *-'°™™*"^*^- 
from their own number as they may deem necessary. The Transpor- 
tation, Grain and Inspection Committees, for the purpose of having Inspection 
the proper branches of trade represented, may be selected in part or 
wholly from the other members of the Association. All such com- 
mittees, however, shall be fully under the control of the said Board of 
Directors. The said Board of Directors shall, in like manner, appoint Delegates to 
all delegates to the National Board of Trade, and all representatives g^*J,^°^' 
to other deliberative gatherings in which the Association may be en- 
titled to a voice, and in which it may desire a representation; and such Other repre- 
delegates and representatives may be appointed wholly or in part from s^ntatives. 
the membership of the Association not members of the Board of 
Directors. 

Sec. 25. The Board of Directors may employ such legal advice Legal advice. 

and assistance as they may deem necessary for the purpose of the 
Association. 



SbuiJi^dEal^'^ .^'.il:^iii^^-j,. 



Absence or 
disability of 
presiding 
oflBcers. 

Temporary 
chairman. 



20 



[Rule IV.] 



Sec. 26. In case of absence or disability of the President and both 
Vice-Presidents, it shall be the duty of the Board of Directors to elect 
from their number a temporary chairman, who, in addition to his 
duties as Chairman ol the Board of Directors, shall also temporarily 
perform all other duties devolving upon the President. 



Special meet- 
inKS of the 
Association, 
how called. 



Powers of 

special 

meeting. 



Absence of 
Directors. 



Sec. 27. The Board of Directors shall have power to call special 
meetings of the Association upon such notice and for such purpose as 
they may deem proper. All calls for special meetings of the Associa- 
tion shall state the specific (Jbject of such meetings, and no other busi- 
ness than that for which a special meeting was called shall be consid- 
ered at any such meeting, except by unanimous consent. 

Sec. 28. In case any member of that body shall absent himself 
from six consecutive regular meetings of the Board of Directors, with- 
out having been previously excused, or without communicating to the 
President, in writing, a good and sufficient excuse for his absence, or a 
resignation of his office, the Board of Directors shall declare the office 
of said Director vacant and may immediately order a special election 
by the Association to fill said vacancy. 



Special 
meetings of 
Directors. 



How called. 



Sufficient 
notice. 



Sec. 29. Special meetings of the Board of Directors may be con- 
vened by order of the President, or by written request of any five 
members of the said Board, addressed to the Secretary. Such meet- 
ings may be called by public notice announced on 'Change, or by ser- 
vice of personal or written notice by the Secretary, or by any of his 
assistants, upon the members of the said Board. A written notice left 
at the usual place of business of any member of the said Board of 
Directors shall be a sufficient notice in case of meetings called by 
service of personal or written notice. 



Statements 

required of 

corporations 

enjoying 

Clearing 

House 

privileges. 



Sec. 30. Any corporation applying for membership in the Clear- 
ing House of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, shall accom- 
pany such application with a statement of the affairs of such cor- 
poration at that time, which statement shall show the amount of 
the capital stock authorized by its charter, the amount of said capital 
stock which has been paid in cash, and shall give a financial exhibit 
of the affairs of the corporation, which statement shall be sworn to 
by two executive officers thereof. Any corporation applying for 
membership in the Clearing House of the Board of Trade of the City 
of Chicago may be admitted to such membership only upon recom- 
mendation of the Clearing House Committee, in the exercise of its 
discretion, and upon approval by at least ten affirmative ballot votes 



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21 



of the Board of Directors, provided that three negative ballot votes 
are not cast against such corporation. Any corporation which now 
is, or which may hereafter become a member of the Clearing House 
of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, may, in the discretion 
of the Board of Directors, be suspended from the privileges of such 
membership upon the recommendation of the Clearing House Com- 
mittee, after a proper hearing: provided such recommendation is 
approved by at least twelve affirmative votes of the Board of Directors. 
No corporation shall be admitted to or have at any time the privileges 
of the Clearing House of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, 
unless two executive officers of such corporation are members of this 
Association in good standing, and are the bona fide owners of a reason- 
able amount of the stock of such corporation. The Board of Directors 
shall require each and every corporation transacting business in its 
own name on the Board of Trade to file in the office of the Secretary 
of the Board, on or before the thirty-first day of January in each year, 
a statement of the affairs of such corporation upon the first day of 
said month, which statement shall show the amount of said capital 
stock which has been paid in cash, and shall give a financial exhibit of 
the affairs of the corporation, which statement shall be sworn to by 
two executive officers, members of this Association. Every corporation 
must file with the Secretary of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago 
a copy of its by-laws, or resolution of its directory, showing the author- 
ity of such officers to transact its business on the Exchange. 

The Board of Directors may also require, at any time during the 
year, such a statement from such corporation, and upon a petition 
asking for such statement as to any such corporation by twenty-five 
(26) members of the Association, shall require the same to be filed 
forthwith; such statement shall be open to inspection only of members 
of the Association. 

Whenever any such statement shall show that the capital stock 
of any corporation has been impaired or reduced in fair cash value 
below the amount named in its original application, the Board of 
Directors may, in its discretion, upon the recommendation of the 
Clearing House Committee, suspend such corporation from the 
privileges of the Clearing House until such impairment has been 
made good; provided such recommendation is approved by at least 
ten aflSrmative ballots of the Board of Directors. 

No firm, or individual, shall be admitted to the privileges of the 
Clearing House without the approval of the Board of Directors of 



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IRULB IV.l 



the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago. Any firm, or individual, 
which now is or which may hereafter become a member of the Clearing 
House of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago may, in the dis- 
cretion of the Board of Directors, be suspended from the privileges 
of such membership upon the recommendation of the Clearing House 
Committee, after a proper hearing, provided such recommendation is 
approved by at least twelve affirmative votes of the Board of Directors. 



No firm shall have, at any time, the privileges of the Clearing 



Qualifications 
of firms for 

membership in House of the Board of Trade, unless every member of such firm is a 

Clearing House , ,,,.. .. 

member of this Association in good standing. 



lusolvency. 



To arrive 
grain. 



Sec. 31. When any member of this Association, knowing him- 
self, or the firm in which he is a partner, or the corporation of which he 
is an executive officer, to be in an insolvent condition, shall make any 
contract on his own account, or on account of such firm or corporation, 
under the rules of this Association, whereby pecuniary loss shall 
result to any other member, or to any firm or corporation entitled 
to transact business on this Exchange, he shall be suspended or ex- 
pelled at the discretion of the Board of Directors; or, when any 
member of this Association, knowing himself, or the firm in which he 
is a partner, or the corporation of which he is an executive officer, to 
be in an insolvent condition, shall accept on his own account, or on 
account of any such firm or corporation, any money or security or 
securities as margins from any customer on any trade or trades made 
under the rules of this Board, whereby pecuniary loss shall result to 
the person, firm or corporation depositing such margins, such member 
shall be suspended or expelled at the discretion of the Board of 
Directors. 

Sec. 32. All wheat, corn, oats and rye purchased subject to Chicago 
Board of Trade weights or Chicago inspection, by a member or mem- 
bers of this Association, at points outside of Chicago, for shipment to 
this market (the term "this market," as used herein, including all 
jilaces where Chicago inspection or weighing prevail) shall carry, in 
addition to all other charges prescribed by the rules of this Association, 
a charge of one per cent on wheat, corn, rye and oats, except when the 
same amounts to less than one cent per bushel on wheat and rye, ^c 
per bushel on corn and 3^c per bushel on oats, in which case one cent 
per bushel on wheat and rye, %c per bushel on com and J^c per bushel 
on oats shall be the minimum charge in case the purchase is made 
from a non-member. On purchases made from a member, a minimum 
of 54 of one per cent on wheat, com, eats and rye shall be charged, 
unless same amounts to less than %c per bushel on wheat and rye, ^'^c 
per bushel on corn and Y%q. per bushel on oats, in which case ^c per 
bushel on wheat and rye, J^c per bushel on corn and Y%c per bushel on 
oats shall be the minimum charge. When the charges are made on a 
percentage basis they shall be reduced to the greatest fraction that is 
a multiple of one-eighth. In computing this charge all fractions of less 
than one-eighth shall be ignored. These charges are established to 
cover all incidental expenses incurred in handling and financing such 
grain at this market, and accordingly this rule shall not be applicable 
to such grain purchased from a member of this Association, in business 
at Chicago, who finances and attends to the arrival, the delivery, the 
collection and accounting of and for such grain. In order to facilitate 
the transaction of all business governed by this rule, the Board of 



[Rule IV.J 



23 



Directors shall establish and mintain during a part or the whole of 
each day upon which the exchange is open for business, a place where 
buyers and sellers of wheat, com, oats and rye to arrive may gather 
and freely buy or sell or offer to buy or sell the various commodities 
traded in thereon. The Board of Directors are further empowered to 
establish all necessary and proper regulations governing the terms 
and conditions upon which said trading shall be conducted both during 
and after the close of such market. After the close of the regular 
market, any member, upon proper record being made of the same, may 
purchase or offer to purchase, wheat, corn, oats or rye for shipment to 
this market at any price said member may see fit to bid, provided such 
bid shall allow the aforesaid charges. Such purchases shall be deemed 
to be subject to such Internal Revenue or other Government tax, if 
any, as may be incurred on the property by the buyer. 

The intent of this rule is that all sales of wheat, com, oats or rye 
made in accordance therewith shall be filled by the delivery of grain 
billed direct from the country point of origin to the seller at this 
market. Whenever the seller of such grain, prior to its arrival in 
Chicago, shall furnish to the buyer thereof the number of the car, or 
cars containing said grain, the grade established by the State Inspec- 
tion Department of Illinois shall be final between the seller and buyer 
at this market. In case the seller shall neglect or refuse to supply 
said information to the buyer prior to the arrival of the grain at this 
market, then the buyer upon delivery thereof shall have the right to 
appeal from the decision of said Inspection Department to the Grain 
Committee of this Association. 

This rule has been enacted to secure a broad, open and competitive 
market for the commodities traded therein, and any member of this 
Association transacting business in his own name, or firm, one at least 
of whose partners is a member of this Association, or corporation, one 
at least of whose executive officers is a member of this Association, 
who shall wilfully purchase or offer to purchase any such grain for 
shipment to this market on a basis which shall not allow the aforesaid 
charges, shall, upon conviction, be subject to such discipline as the 
Board of Directors may elect to impose. 

Sec. 33. The employment by members of all persons soliciting Solicitors, 
orders for the purchase or sale of property for future delivery upon this 
Exchange, or for the purchase or sale of property to be shipped to this 
market, or, for the consignment of property to this market for the 
purpose of sale, or, for the disposition in any manner of property dealt 
in upon this Exchange, shall be in accordance with regulations estab- 
lished and promulgated by the Board of Directors. AH persons solicit- 
ing the business above described shall be divided into two classes 
first, "Solicitors," second "Brokers," Solicitors, whether members 
of this Association or not, shall include all persons who give their 
entire time and services to one employer at a fixed salary. A broker 
under this rule must be a member of this Association who solicits 
purchases of grain at points outside of Chicago for shipment to this 
market. A non-member of this Association may be employed as a 
solicitor only, and not as a broker, whereas a member of this Associ- 
ation may either be a solicitor or a broker, but having elected to act in 
one capacity, he shall not be permitted at the same time to act in the 



■^"^^^^ 



24 



[Rdle IV.l 



Other. All solicitors, whether members or not, shall be employed by 
but one employer at the same time and shall receive for their services 
no other compensation whatsoever than a fixed salary which shall not 
be changed oftener than once in six months. A broker under this 
rule shall be entitled to receive on all grain purchased for the principal 
a compensation of one-eighth (J^) of one (1) cent per bushel and none 
other. This compensation.'however, shall not apply on grain purchased 
from an individual, firm or corporation in the business of which the 
broker has any financial interest whatsoever, or from which he receives 
any compensation in the ^ay of salary or otherwise, or upon grain 
shipped to this market upon consignment. No individual, firm or 
corporation enjoying membership privileges in this Association shall 
employ any person as such solicitor until such solicitor shall have been 
approved by the Membership Committee, nor continue such employ 
ment after having been directed by said Committee to terminate 
said employment. Provided, however, that a member-employer shall 
have the right of appeal from any such decision of the Membership 
Committee to the Board of Directors. 

A member may solicit consignments to this market from non- 
members and receive as compensation for such service one-eighth of 
one cent per bushel, provided that he first file with the Membership 
Committee an application to be registered as a commission-partici- 
pating solicitor, stating therein the member, firm or corporation for 
whom he will solicit; provided further, that such registration can not 
be for more than one member, firm or corporation at one time; pro- 
vided further, that such participation shall not be permissible until the 
non-member consignor shall have notified, in writing, on each shipment, 
the member, firm or corporation that such consignments are at the 
solicitation of the member so registered; nor shall it be permissible to 
solicit under this provision business from firms in which such soliciting 
member has any interest, or to solicit business from a member. 

The broad intent of this rule is to give to members all the rights, 
privileges and preferences which membership in the Association justly 
and reasonably accord, and this rule shall be liberally construed at all 
times so as to effectuate this object. 

When any member, firm or corporation, transacting business 
in their own name, is convicted by the Board of Directors of a violation 
of this rule, or any regulation thereunder, such member, or the members 
of such firm, or the officers or managers of such corporation, shall be 
subject to such discipline under the rules as the Board of Directors, 
in its discretion, shall impose. 



[Rule IV.] 25 

Sec. 34. Whenever it shall appear to the Board of Directors Control over 

co-partnership 

that any member has formed a partnership with one or more persons, 
not members of this Association, and that thereby the interest and 
good repute of this Association may suffer, the Board of Directors 
may, after investigating the facts of the case, require said member to 
withdraw from such partnership; and if he shall fail to do so within 
a reasonable time to be fixed by the Board of Directors, he shall be 
suspended from all the privileges of this Association until he shall 
have severed his connection with such partnership. 

Sec. 35. The Board of Directors is empowered to organize a 
department to be designated "Car Inspection Department of the 
Board of Trade of the City of Chicago"; to fix the fee for such service, 
and also to appoint the necessary officers and employees in connection 
therewith; to specify the duties to be performed in the management of 
said department, and to establish such regulations for the conduct 
and government of said department as, in the judgment of the Board 
of Directors, shall best promote its efiBciency. 



26 



[Rules V.-VI.] 



Records. 
Property. 

Statistics. 
Annual report 



Notice to 
Committees. 



Correspon- 
dence. 

Attend 
meetings of 
committees. 



Collections. 



Other duties. 



Certificates of 
appointment. 



Appointments 
revocable. 

To assist in 
performing 
the duties of 
Secretary. 



Shall receive 
funds of 
Association. 

How disburse. 
Reports. 



Books 

accessible to 
Directors. 



RULE V. 

DUTIES OF THE SECRETARY AND ASSISTANT SECRETARY 

Section 1. The Secretary, under the direction and control of 
the Board of Directors, shall keep a journal of the proceedings of 
the Association; take charge of the seal, books, papers and property 
belonging to the Association; keep an account of the imports and 
exports of the city, collect and record valuable statistical information 
pertaining to the commercial, mercantile and mantifacturing interests 
of the City of Chicago, and post the same on 'Change daily; and on or 
about the 1st of January in each year, he shall make to the Association 
a full report of the business of the city for the preceding year ending 
December 31, embracing^such other information in his possession as 
may be of interest to the members. He shall furnish to the chairman 
of every special committee a copy of the resolutions whereby such 
committee shall have been appointed, and under the direction of the 
President, he shall give notice of any meetings of the Board of Directors 
or of the Association. He shall conduct the correspondence of the 
Association, and read such records or papers as the presiding officer 
may direct; shall attend meetings of the Committees of Arbitration, 
of Appeals, and of the Board of Directors, and keep an official record 
of their proceedings, give notices when their services are required, 
issue the necessary notices and papers to parties, and deliver copies of 
all awards or findings. He shall credit all moneys due to the Associa- 
tion for assessments, fines, fees or otherwise, and pay the same to the 
Treasurer; shall keep his office open during usual business hours; 
shall see that the rooms and property of the Association are kept in 
good order, and shall perform such other duties as the Board of Direc- 
tors may from time to time direct. 

Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the Secretary to furnish to all 
Inspectors, Gangers, Weighers and Measurers, appointed by the 
Board of Directors, official certificates of their appointments, bearing 
the signatures of the President and Secretary and the seal of the 
Association. Such certificate shall specify their duty and the time 
for which they are appointed, and also that such appointments are 
revocable at the will and pleasure of said Board. 

Sec. 3. The Assistant Secretary shall perform such duties per- 
taining to the office of the Secretary as the Directors or the Secretary 
shall order, and in the temporary absence or disability of the Secretary, 
shall perform the duties of Secretary. 

RULE VI. 
duties of the treasurer. 
Section 1. The Treasurer shall receive from the Secretary 
deposit of funds belonging to the Association, and shall disburse the 
same on the order of the Secretary, countersigned by the President. 
He shall make a full report to the Association at its annual meeting 
of all receipts and disbursements by him, of funds received and of 
the balances, if any, remaining in his hands. The accounts of the 
Treasurer shall be kept in books belonging to the Association, which 
books shall at all times be open for the examination of the Board of 
Directors or any committee of said Board. 



[Rules VII.-VIII. 



27 



RULE VII. 

ANNUAL MEETING. 

Section 1. The Association shall hold its Annual Meeting on One week 
the second Monday after the second day of January. e^tion."^"* 

RULE VIII. 

COMMITTEE OF ARBITRATION AND APPEALS. 

Section 1. It shall be the duty of the Committee of Arbitration Duties of 
to hear and determine all cases of disputed claims voluntarily sub- ArWtration.° 
mitted for their adjudication by members of the Association. All 
evidence in such cases shall be taken under oath or affirmation, except Evidence, 
documentary evidence, which shall be sworn to, if demanded by either 
party and the committee decide it to be necessary, and shall be duly 
recorded. In all such adjudications the committee shall construe jj^^ ^ 
all Rules, Regulations and By-Laws of the Association as being construe 
designed to secure justice and equity in trade; and all awards or 
findings shall be made in conformity therewith. 

In case either party shall so demand, by previous notice given to the stenographic 
Secretary, the testimony and proceedings of the Committee of Arbi- ""^p*""**- 
tration shall be taken by a stenographer, the cost of which shall be 
assessed by the committee as in cases of other costs incurred. 

Sec. 2. Any award or finding of the Committee of Arbitration 
may be appealed from, and the case may be carried to the Committee 
of Appeals for revision ; provided, notice of such appeal shall be given Appeal to 
to the Secretary, in writing, within two business days after such Appeab*^*^^ ° 
award or finding shall have been delivered to the parties in contro- ^^°w made, 
versy. 

Sec 3. It shall be the duty of the Committee of Appeals to review committee of 
such cases as may be appealed from the Committee of Arbitration and Appeals 
formally brought before it, and its awards or findings shall be final 
and binding, and shall not be subject to revision by any other tribunal j^g awards not 
of the Association; provided, the Board of Directors may determine, subject to 

' -' revision. 

from the record and other evidence, as to the proper constitution of 
any committee and as to the regularity of its proceedings. The said E«g»ilanty. 
Committee of Appeals shall receive such new evidence as may be ^^^.^ evidence, 
offered under oath or affirmation; and if, in its judgment, evidence is 
produced which will justify a rehearing of the case by the Committee Remanding 
of Arbitration, it shall remand the case to the said Committee of "^*^®^- 
Arbitration for a new trial. Any final award or finding of the Com- ^'^^^"^ awards, 
mittee of Appeals shall be based on the record of the Committee of jjq^ 
Arbitration, and shall be made in like manner as prescribed by Sec- governed, 
tion 1 of this Rule 

Sec. 4. Five of either of these committees shall be a quorum for Quorum. 
the transaction of business, and a majority decision of such quorum j^.^°J^ ^^ 
shall be binding. binding. 

Sec. 5. The Committee of Arbitration and the Committee of Awards, 
Appeals shall each render their awards or findings in writing, through '^" ^^^ ' 

the Secretary of the Association, within two business days after their When 
decisions shall have been made. Such awards or findings shall be"^ '^ " 
signed by the Chairman of the Committee, and shall be certified by 



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28 



[Rule VUI. 



Official the Secretary under the seal of the Association. The ofncial records 

to members. and decisions of these committees, and all other records of the Asso- 
ciation, may be inspected by any member of the Association upon 
application to the Secretary. 



Vacancies, 
how filled. 



Special 

Committees of 
Arbitration, 
how formed 
and governed. 

Awards. 



Sec. 6. When, from absence or disqualification of regular mem- 
bers, either the Committee of Arbitration or Appeals cannot be 
formed, the parties in controversy shall be allowed to fill vacancies 
with any member or members of the Association willing to serve (not 
being of the other committee), on whom they may agree; or, if such 
parties are unwilling to submit their case to the Committee of Arbi- 
tration, they may choos^ three or more members (willing to serve 
and not being of the Committee of Appeals) whom they may agree 
upon; such agreement, in either case, to be communicated to the 
Secretary in writing, signed by all the parties in controversy. A 
majority award or finding of any such committee shall be binding, 
and any award or finding of committees thus formed shall be made 
under the same Rules, and shall have the same effect as if made by 
the regular committees, respectively. 

Sec. 7. Before entering upon the duties of their office the mem- 
bers of any Committee of Arbitration or Committee of Appeals shall 
be required to take or subscribe to the following oath or affirmation, 
viz. : "You do solemnly swear (or affirm) that you respectively will 
faithfully and fairly hear and examine all matters of controversy 
which may come before you during your tenure of office, and that 
you will in all cases make just and equitable awards or findings upon 
the same, in conformity with the Rules, Regulations and By-Laws of 
the Association, and according to the evidence, to the best of youi 
understanding; so help you God." 

Administration Sec. 8. The Chairman or Acting Chairman of any Committee of 

of oaths . 

to witnesses. Arbitration or Appeals siall have power to adminster suitable oaths 

to the parties and witnesses, and to issue citations to witnesses. 



Oath of 
members of 
Committees. 



Submissions, 
how made. 

Agreement 
to abide by 
award. 



Postponement 
of trial. 

Tricing mat- 
ters not to be 
entertained. 



Fine of 
members of 
committees. 



Sec. 9. Parties desiring the services of either of the foregoing 
committees shall notify the Secretary to that effect in writing, and, 
before the hearing of the case, shall file an agreement with him, signed 
by the parties to the controversy, binding themselves to abide, perform 
and fulfill the final award or finding which shall be made touching the 
matter submitted, without recourse to any other court or tribunal. 
Neither party shall postpone the trial of a case longer than ten days 
after it has been submitted, unless good cause can be shown therefor, 
satisfactory to the committee. Trifling and unimportant matters shall 
not be entertained by the Committee of Arbitration. Any member 
of a firm may execute said agreement on behalf of such firm. 

Sec. 10. Members of the Committees of Arbitration and Appeals 
failing to attend when their services are required may be fined, for 
the use of the Association, three dollars for each default, unless a 
satisfactory excuse shall be made to the Committee. 



er- -'-^ 



[RULKS VIII.-IX.-X.] 29 

Sec. 11. The fees for arbitration, under the Rules, By-Laws and Fees. 
Regulations of the Association, shall be as follows: 

For each case where the amount in controversy shall be under 

$500 $10 00 

Where the amount in controversy shall be from $500 to $1,000. . 15 00 
Where the amount in controversy shall be from $1,000 to $1,500 20 00 
Where the amount in controversy shall be from $1,500 to $2,500 25 00 
Where the amount in controversy shall be from $2,500 upward. 50 00 

The fees, as above, shall be paid in advance, to the Secretary, by 
the party bringing the case, and shall be equally divided between the 
members of the Committee hearing the case. 

Sec. 12. The fees of the Committee of Appeals shall be the same Fees on 
as the fees in the same case before the Committee of Arbitration ; and '^pp^^ ^• 
they shall be paid and disposed of in the same manner. 

Sec. 13. If parties to a controversy fail to appear at the time Failure to ^ 
set for trial, or request a postponement, they may (if the case is post-^^^^^''' -^ "^a 
poned) be assessed with costs, by and for the use of the committee, frosts for '' "''«5 

; . , . , ;. . ,._,,, postponement. 

in any sum in the committee s discretion, not exceeding nve dollars. 

The committee, however, may insist that the trial shall take place 

without postponement. 

Sec. 14. When neither of the parties in the controversy is a Fees on 

member of the Association, the aforesaid fees may be doubled. Fees, non^^^^rs'f 

and all additional costs that may be incurred in the investigation.of (-.^g^g,^^^^^"^" 

suits, shall be finally paid by either of the parties in the case, as may assessed by 

be decided by the committee hearing the same, and shall be included 

in their award or finding. 

RULE IX. 
special committees. 
Section 1. Special committees may be appointed by the Asso- How 
ciation, by the President, or by the Board of Directors, to such service '^pp"'" 
and in such manner as they may see fit, and it shall be the duty of 
every committee appointed by the Association, the President, or the 
Board of Directors, to act when properly called upon. 

RULE X. 

membership and assessments. 
Section 1. All applications for membership in the Association Committee on 
shall be referred to the Committee on Membership, who shall hold hoW regular 
regular stated meetings for examining such applicants and their sponsors, ™eetmgs. 
in person, under such rules and regulations as may be made by the 
Board of Directors. Any tnale person of good character and credit, Qualifications. 
and of legal age, on presenting a written application, indorsed by two 
members, and stating the name and business avocation of the appli- 
cant, after ten days' notice of such application shall have been posted Application. 
on the bulletin of the Exchange, may be admitted to membership 
upon approval by at least ten (10) affirmative ballot votes of the 
Board of Directors; provided, that three negative ballot votes are not 
cgist against such applicant, and upon payment of an initiation fee of 
twenty-five thousand dollars, or on presentation of an unimpaired or 
unforfeited membership, duly transferred, and by signing an agreement 



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30 



IRULES X.-XI.l 



Memberships. 

How 

transferable. 



Membership 
of deceased 
persons. 



Annual 
assessment, 
payment of. 



to abide by the Rules, Regulations and By-Laws of the Association, 
and all amendments that may be made thereto. 

Sec. 2. ■ Every member shall be entitled to transfer his membership 
when he has paid all assessments due, and has against him no out- 
standing unadjusted or unsettled claims or contracts held by members 
of this Association, and said membership is not in any way impaired 
or forfeited, upon the payment of two hundred and fifty dollars, to any 
person eligible to membership who may be approved for membersip by 
the Board of Directors, after due notice by posting, as provided in 
Section 1 of this rule. The membership of a deceased member shall be 
transferable in like nianner by his legal representative without the 
payment of the transfer fee. Prior to the transfer of any membership, 
application for such transfer shall be posted upon the bulletin of the 
exchange for at least ten days when, if no objection is made, it shall be 
assumed the member has no outstanding claims against him. 

All moneys derived from the transfer of memberships, under and 
by virtue of the provisions of this Rule, shall constitute a fund to be 
applied by the Board of Directors to the liquidation of the bonded 
indebtedness of this Association. 

Sec. 3. When the annual assessment is made, it shall be con- 
sidered due, and any member neglecting or refusing to pay the same 
within thirty days thereafter, may be excluded from the rooms of the 
Association until such assessment is paid. And in case of the failure 
of any member to pay the annual assessment during the whole of any 
fiscal year of the Association (said fiscal year beginning and closing 
with the day of the regular annual election), such failure shall of 
itself operate as a forfeiture and cancellation of the membership of 
such member and of all rights and privileges thereunder, provided, 
that the Board of Directors shall have authority to remit the annual 
assessment of any member while said member is in the service of the 
army or the navy of the United States when the United States is at 
war. Payment of annual assessments by a member while under sus- 
pension shall not be construed as in any way affecting such suspension. 

Duty of Mem- Sec. 4. If any applicant shall intentionally or willfully misstate 
m1ttMi^in°e'^'es "^ suppress any fact, or be guilty of any other fraudulent or dishonest 
of miarepre- act to secure his acceptance as a member, and thereafter and thereby 
become a member, the Membership Committee shall, upon the dis- 
covery of such misconduct, immediately report the sajne to the Board 
of Directors, which, after due notice to such member of the time and 
place of such hearing, shall investigate such charges, and if such 
member shall be found guilty the Board of Directors shall declare 
such membership forfeited. 

RULE XL 

MESSENGERS. 

Section 1. The Board of Directors shall be authorized, under 
such restrictions, regulations and limitations as they may deem 
proper, to grant admission to the Exchange rooms to messengers for 
members, such messengers not to be allowed to transact any business 
beyond communicating with their principals, and not to remain 
longer than is necessary for that purj)Ose. 



sentation of 
applicant. 



Conditions. 



Privileges of 
messengers. 



IRuLEs XII.-XIII.-XIV.] 



31 



RULE XII. 

VISITORS. 

Section 1. Visitors may be introduced to the Exchange rooms introductions, 
upon such terms and for such time as the Board of Directors may 
from time to time determine. No person holding a visitor's ticket Restrictions, 
shall be permitted to negotiate or transact any business in the Ex- 
change rooms. For any violation of this Rule the privilege of visiting 
the rooms may be forfeited. 

RULE XIII. 

PRESS TICKETS. 

Section 1. The Board of Directors may authorize the issue of p^^g^ control 
tickets of admission to the Exchange rooms to members of the news- of Board of 
paper press under such restrictions and regulations as they may deem 
proper; but no person holding such a ticket shall be allowed to transact j^ggtfigtions. 
any business in the Exchange room except the collection of information 
for the newspaper for which he shall be employed. 

RULE XIV. 

BROKERS. 

Section 1. A. Members may act as brokers between other 
members only, except in making contracts between members of this 
Association and authorized agents of transportation companies, 
vessel owners, railroad, insurance or banking companies in connection 
with the ordinary legitimate business of the latter, but in all cases 
the agent or broker of such person, firm or corporation, shall be held 
liable both for the acceptance of contracts by alleged principals and 
for the faithful execution of the same, under the rules of the Asso- 
ciation, by such principal. Provided that on C. I. F. contracts for 
grain for shipment to points outside Chicago, the broker so contracting 
may, if desired, give up to members for whose accotmt such contracts 
have been made, the name of his principal, even though such principal 
be not a member of this Association. Provided, however, that in 
such cases brokers shall be held liable both for the acceptance of such 
contracts and for their faithful performance under the rules of this 
A.ssociation. 

B. Brokers shall be held personally liable on any transaction 
made by them until they have given the name of a principal acceptable 
to the other party to the transaction. 

C. A commission or brokerage must be paid on every transaction 
as prescribed in this rule. 

BROKERAGE BY GRADE. 

Sec. 2. A. The following rates of brokerage, being just and 
reasonable, are hereby established as the minimum charge which 
shall be made by members of this Association for the transaction of 
the business specified in this section: 

B. For the purchase, or for the sale, by grade alone, of wheat, 
com or oats, to be delivered in store in regular houses, either for 
immediate or for future delivery, fifteen cents per 1,000 bushels in lots 
of 5,000 bushels or multiples thereof, and twenty-five cents per 1,000 
bushels for delivery in lots of less than 6,000 bushels. 



^^ [RuLS XIV.J 

C. For the purchase, or for the sale, by grade alone, of rye, barley 
or flaxseed, to be delivered in store in regular houses, either for imme- 
diate or for future delivery, twenty-five cents per 1,000 bushels. 

D. For the purchase, or for the sale, of all kinds of grain or flax- 
seed, in store in Chicago, when special location or character of property 
is stipulated, fifty cents per 1,000 bushels. 

E. For the purchase, or for the sale, of "contract" pork, for 
immediate or for future delivery, two-fifths of one cent per barrel. 

F. For the purchase, or for the sale, of "contract" D. S. short 
ribs, D. S. extra short clears, or lard, for immediate or for future 
delivery, two cents per 1,000 pounds. 

G. For the purchase, or for the sale, by grade alone, either for 
immediate or for future delivery, or to arrive, or in carload lots in 
any position: 

On wheat, rye or barley per car, $1 . 00 

On corn or oats " " .50 

On hay or straw * " 2.00 

On ear corn " " 1 . 50 

On screenings, bran, middlings and all kinds of ground 

feed - " 1.00 

On flaxseed " " 1 .00 

On clover, timothy, millet, Hungarian, mustard or buck- 
wheat seeds " " 2 . 00 

On seeds in less than carload lots (provided total charge 

is not more than $2.00) per bag, . 02 

BROKERAGE BY SAMPLE AND C. I. F. 

Sec. 3. A. The following rates of brokerage, being just and 
reasonable, are hereby established as the minimum charge which 
shall be made by members of this Association for the transaction of 
the business specified in this section. 

B. For the purchase, or for the sale, by sample or by grade and 
sample combined, for immediate or for future delivery, or to arrive, 
or in carload lots in any position: 

On wheat, rye, barley, corn or oats per car, $1 . 00 

On ear com " " 1 . 50 

On hay or straw " " 2.00 

On screenings, bran, middlings, and all kinds of ground 

feed " " 1.00 

On flaxseed " " 1.00 

On clover, millet, Hungar an, timothy, mustard or buck- 
wheat seeds " " 2. 00 

On seeds in less than carload lots (provided total charge 

is not more than $2.00) per bag, . 02 



[Rule XIV.] 33 

C. For the purchase, or for the sale, of all kinds of grain C. I. F. 
for shipment by water or rail, to or from Chicago or other points, 
one-eighth of one cent per bushel in lots of 5,000 bushels or more, and 
one-quarter of one cent per bushel in lots of less than 5.000 bushels. 

CO.MMISSIONS FOR BUYING OR SELLING, OR 
FOR BUYING AND SELLING. 

Sec. 4. A. The following rates of commission, being just and 
reasonable, are hereby established as the minimum charge that shall 
be made by members of this Association for the transaction of the 
business specified in this section: 

B. For the purchase, or for the sale, or for the purchase and 
sale, by grade alone, of wheat, com or oats, to be delivered in store, 
either for immediate or for future delivery, seven dollars and fifty 
cents per 5,000 bushels or multiples thereof, and two dollars and fifty 
cents per 1,000 bushels or multiples thereof, for delivery in lots of less 
than 5,000 bushels. 

C. For the purchase, or for the sale, or for the purchase and 
sale, by grade alone, of rye, barley or flaxseed, to be delivered in 
store, either for immediate or for future delivery, one-quarter of 
one cent per bushel. 

D. For the purchase or for the sale, or for the purchase and sale, 
of lard, twenty-five cents per 1,000 pounds. 

E. For the purchase, or for the sale, or for the purchase and 
sale of pork, five cents per barrel. 

F. For the purchase, or for the sale, or for the purchase and 
sale of D. S. short ribs or D. S. extra short clears, twenty-five cents 
per 1,000 pounds. 

G. It is hereby provided that upon transactions specified in the 
foregoing paragraphs of this section which are made for the account 
of members of this Association, or for firms one of whose general 
partners is a member, or for corporations entitled under Section 8 
of this rule to members' rates, one-half of the foregoing minimum 
specified rates shall be charged and shall be the minimum rates in 
such cases; provided, that the members' rate per 1,000 bushels or 
multiples thereof, for deUvery in lots of less than 5,000 bushels, shall 
be one dollar per 1,000 bushels, when for the personal account of the 
member, firm or corporation for whom the trade is made. 

A member (meaning also a firm or corporation entitled under the 
rules to members' rates) may secure and turn over business in grain or 
provisions, for future delivery, coming under the provisions of this 
section, to the other members of this Association to be executed; and 
it shall be in order for the members executing such transactions, if so 
instructed by the party turning the business over to them, to render 
accounts therefor direct to the non-member customer, at non-members' 
rates, and to allow to the member turning the business over to them 
members' rates on the same, i. e. one-half of the foregoing minimum 
rates of commission; provided, that all such business shall be turned 
over free of all expense to the executing member. 

H. It is further provided that to members who personally do 
their own buying and selling, but who clear their trades through other 
members, the minimum rates of commission on all transactions opened 
and closed within ten days shall be twenty-five cents per 1,000 bushels 
of grain, one cent per package of pork, and five cents per 1,000 
pounds of D. S. short ribs, D. S. extra short clears, or lard. 



34 



[Rule XIV.] 



It is further provided that the minimum rates of commission on 
all such trades as are not actually closed within the prescribed Limit of 
ten days, shall be members' rates; but the clearing member may pay 
the principal the rates of brokerage prescribed in Section 2 of this 
Rule, as compensation for executing such trades. It is expressly 
understood that all such transactions shall be for the personal account 
of the member, firm or corporation for whom the trades are cleared, 
and in no case, directly or indirectly, on behalf of any other person, 
either wholly or in part. 

Hence, if trades in grain are opened and closed within 
10 days, the principal shall pay the clearing mem- 
ber (per 5,000 lot) $1 . 25 

If trades in wheat, cora- or oats are opened, but not 
closed within 10 days, the principal shall pay the 
clearing member (per 5,000 lot) $3 . 75 

Less brokerage for both buying and selling (this para- 
graph only contemplates trades executed by the 
principal) 1 . 50 2 25 

The same principle shall apply in construing commission rates to 
be charged for executing similar transactions in all other commodities 
dealt in under the rules of this Association. 

T. Trades made under the foregoing paragraph, where one side of 
such trades only is executed by the principal, and the other side either 
by the clearing member or broker, whether closed within the pre- 
scribed limit of ten days or not, shall be subject to members* rates of 
commission, but the clearing member may allow the principal the 
minimum rates of brokerage on the portion of the trades executed 
by the principal. If a broker is employed to execute any portion of 
such trades, the party emplojdng such broker shall pay the brokerage 
thus incurred, the minimum rates for such service being those pre- 
scribed in Section 2 of this Rule. 

Hence, on trades made in wheat, corn or oats, whether 
opened and closed within 10 days or not, the prin- 
cipal shall pay the clearing member (per 5,000 lot) . S3. 75 

Less brokerage (one side being executed by the prin- 
cipal) 75 $3.00 

If closed either by clearing member, or broker employed 
by him, the principal shall pay the clearing mem- 
ber (per 5,000 lot) 3 00 

If closed by a broker employed by the principal, the 
principal shall pay the clearing member (per 5,000 
lot), (it being understood that the clearing mem- 
ber shall pay the broker) 3 . 76 

The same principle shall apply in construing commission rates 
to be charged for executing similar transactions in all other com- 
modities dealt in under the rules of this Association. 

K. Members cannot clear through other members as contem- 
plated in paragraphs H and J any trade that is not for their own 
account; but members receiving orders may execute them and turn 
over any resulting trades, with the name of the customer, to other 
members, in which case the latter shall pay the former the minimum 
brokerage rates as compensation for executing the order. 

COMMISSIONS BUYING OR SELLING AND ACCOUNTING. 

Sec. 5. A. The following rates of commission, being just and 
reasonable, are hereby established as the minimum charge that shall 
be made by members of this Association for the transaction of the 
business .specified in this section: 



[Rule XIV.] 



35 



B. For receiving and selling, or for buying either to be loaded or 
to be unloaded or to be forwarded, by grade or sample, or both, either 
for immediate or for future delivery, or to arrive, or in carload lots in 
any position: 

Wheat, rye, barley, corn, oats, ear corn, kaffir corn, milo 

maize, feterita and spelt 1 per cent 

Excepting that when one per cent amounts to less than 
one cent per bushel on wheat, rye, barley, kafSr com, 
milo maize, feterita, spelt and ear corn, ^c per bushel 
on shelled corn, and J^c per bushel on oats, then Ic per 
bushel shall be the minimum charge on wheat, rye, 
barley, ear corn, kaffir corn, milo maize, feterita and 
spelt, %c per bushel on shelled corn and j/^c per bushel 
on oats. 
On bran, middlings, screenings, ground feed and all 

millstuff s (of 20 tons or less) $ 7.50 per car 

On bran, middlings, screenings, ground feed and all 

millstufls (of more than 20 tons) 373^ per ton 

On hay (of 10 tons or less) 10 . 00 per car 

On hay (of more than 10 tons) 1 .00 per ton 

On straw (of 1 tons or less) 7 . 60 per car 

On straw (of more than 10 tons) 75 per ton 

On broom corn ^c per pound 

On flaxseed or cloverseed 1 per cent 

On flaxseed or cloverseed, in less than carload lots ... 1 3^ per cent 
On timothy, hungarian, millet, mustard or buck- 
wheat, carloads or less 1 J^ per cent 

Except that purchases for shipment from Chicago 
of the commodities enumerated in this clause 
shall not be subject to the percentage charge 
and may be made for account of a member or a 
non-member at a minimum charge, for wheat, 
rye, barley, ear corn, kaffir corn, milo maize, 

feterita and spelt of Ic per bushel 

On corn ^c per bushel 

On oats J^c per bushel 

C. For the purchase or for the sale of all kinds of grain contained 
in canal boats, by grade, by sample, or by grade and sample com- 
bined, i cent per bushel. 

D. For the purchase and sale by grade or by sample, or grade and 
sample combined, of the following described property to arrive: 
Wheat, rye, barley, corn, oats, ear corn, kaffir corn, milo 

maize, feterita and spelt 1 per cent 

Excepting that when 1% amounts to less than Ic per 
bushel on wheat, rye, barley, kaffir corn, milo maize, 
spelt and ear corn, %c per bushel on shelled corn 
and He per bushel on oats, then Ic per bushel shall 
be the minimum charge on wheat, rye, barley, ear 
corn, kaffir corn, milo maize, feterita and spelt, ^c 
per bushel on shelled corn and J^c per bushel on oats. 

On carload lots of flaxseed or cloverseed 1 per cent 

On buckwheat, timothy, millet, hungarian, or mustard 

seeds, either carloads or less 1 J^ per cent 

For receiving and selling, or for buying and shipping 

pork, lard, green, cured or partly cured meats. . . 3^ of 1 per cent 

E. It is hereby provided that upon transactions specified in the 
foregoing paragraphs of this section which are made for the account 
of members of this Association, or for firms one at least of whose 
general partners is a member of this Association, or for corporations 
entitled under Section 8 of this Rule to members' rates, three-fourths of 
the foregoing rates shall be the minimum rates charged; except that 
in the case of provisions one-half of the foregoing specified rate shall 
be the minimtim rate. 



^i-r'p'Tj^riw^ 



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[RuLB XIV. 



F. Whenever members of this Association, acting as principals or 
agents, shall have made a purchase of any of the property mentioned 
in this section, to arrive, or in transit, such members shall notify in 
writing, the party from whom such purchase was made, of the price 
and terms of such purchase on the same day upon which the trans- 
action takes place. 

These requirements shall apply only to shipments from country 
points, either to Chicago or to other markets, if purchased in Chicago 
market, whether such property is to be shipped or is in transit. 

BUYING OR SELLING VESSEL LOTS. 

Sec. 6. A. The following rates of commission, being just and 
reasonable, are hereby established for receiving and selling, or for 
buying and shipping the-4ollowing described property by vessels: 

On wheat, rye, barley or flaxseed i cent per bushel 

On corn or oats | " " " 

These shall be the minimum rates for both members and non- 
members. 

ADDITIONAL CHARGES. 

Sec. 7. A. In addition to all the rates of commission pre- 
scribed by this rule, there shall be charged all legitimate expenses 
incurred in handling and caring for the property involved, including 
storage, insurance, inspection, weighing. Cost of sampling shal 
not be considered a charge against the property. 

CORPORATIONS. 

Sec. 8. A. Any corporation having for one of its executive 
officers and stockholders a member cf this Board, may submit to the 
Board of Directors, or a committee appointed for such purpose, a 
full disclosure of the relations of such member to such corporation, 
and if such member shall, upon investigation, be found to be a real 
bona fide and substantial executive officer and stockholder of such 
corporation, and that such relation is not created for the sole purpose 
of obtaining members' rates, such corporation shall be thereafter, 
and so long as such member shall remain such officer and stockholder, 
entitled to members' rates provided in this rule; provided, that for the 
purpose of this rule, not more than one corporation can be represented 
by the same member of this Association as its executive officer. 

Whenever any such corporation shall be so found entitled to 
members' rates, it shall, whenever requested by the Board of Directors, 
or such committee, make a full disclosure of the then existing relations 
of such member to such corporation. If it shall refuse so to do, its 
right to members' rates shall thereupon cease. 

B. On all transactions for the account of any officer, agent, 
employe or stockholder of any such corporation, not a member of 
this Association, such corporation must exact non-members' rates 
of commissions. 

C. No firm or corporation shall enjoy members' rates by virtue 
of a membership in the Chicago Board of Trade in the name of one 
of its members, if a firm, or in the name of one of its executive officers, 
if a corporation, if said member of the Board shall at the same time 
be a member of a firm, or an executive officer of a corporation, 
represented in the membership of the Clearing House of the Board 
of Trade. One membership shall only secure members' rates to one 
firm or one corporation. 

CONSTRUCTIONS. 

Sec 9. A. On all transactions where the purchase or sale 
of cash grain is made contingent on the price ruling for future delivery, 
and where the purchase or sale of the future delivery is at once accom- 
plished, fixing by such transaction the value of the cash grain so 
bought or sold, it shall be construed that the purchase or sale of the 



[Rtilbs XIV.-XV.-XVI.] ^ * 

future delivery shall be a part of the cash transaction. Should the 
purchase or sale of grain for future delivery upon which the cash 
transaction is based be held subject to the convenience or subject to 
the orders of the parties with whom such transaction is made, then 
all such business for future delivery shall be subject to the regular 
rates of commission as prescribed in this rule. 

B. In no case shall the aggregate amount of brokerage allowed on 
any transaction be such that the net commission to members on such 
transaction shall be less than the minimum rates prescribed in Para- 
graph H, Section 4 of this rule, for clearing trades for members. 

C. Members cannot abate or divide with other members the ratea 
prescribed in Paragraph H, Section 4 of this rule, for clearing. 

D. A firm whose only member of the Association is a special 
partner in such firm is not entitled to members' rates. 

E. A firm or a corporation shall charge regular rates of commis- 
sion on all transactions in which only a part of such firm or corpora- 
tion appears as a principal. 

F Any member who, or whose firm or corporation, shall be con- 
victed by the Board of Directors of a violation of the provisions of 
this rule, or of any evasion thereof by making rebates in prices, by 
making any contract or observing any contract already made, by 
furnishing a membership in this Exchange, by giving any bonus, 
gift, donation or otherwise, or shall purchase or offer to purchase any 
grain, seeds, provisions or other commodities consigned to him, them, 
or it, for sale, or by rendering any other service or concession whatso- 
ever, with the intent to evade in any way directly or indirectly the 
regular rates of commission or brokerage established by this rule, 
shall be expelled from this Association. Free telegraphic communi- 
cation, however, shall not be construed as a violation of this rule. 

G. The Board of Directors is authorized to offer a reward of not 
more than twenty-five hundred dollars to any person who shall fur- 
nish evidence that does convict any member, firm or corporation of a 
violation of this rule. 

RULE XV. 

APPROPRIATIONS. 

Section 1. No appropriation of, money or other property of the 
Association shall be made except to defray its legitimate business 
expenditures or to promote the purpose of its organization. 

RULE XVI. 

HOURS FOR REGULAR TRADING. 

Section 1. No trade or contract for the future delivery of grain 
or provisions shall be made, or offered to be made, by any member or 
members of this Association, in the Exchange room of the Board, nor 
in any of the public streets, courts or passages in the immediate 
vicinity thereof, or in any hall, or exchange hall, or corridor in any 
building located or fronting on any such streets, courts or passages, 
on any business day, except from 9:30 o'clock a. m. to 1:15 o'clock 
p. M., or upon any Saturday except from 9 :30 o'clock a. M. to 12 o'clock 
M., nor on any day or that part of any day on which the Board shall 
hold no business session; it being the object and intent of this rule 
that all such trading which may tend to the maintenance of a public 
. market shall be confined within the hours above specified. On any 
alleged violation by a member of this Association of the provisions of 
this rule which shall be brought to the attention of the President of 
the Board by creditable report, it shall be the duty of the President 
to cause said member to be summoned before the Board of Directors, 
and if the party shall be found guiltv of such violation of the rule, he 
shall be suspended by the Board of Directors from all the privileges 
of membership for such period as, in its discretion, the gravity of 3ie 
oflEense committed may warrant. 



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[Rules XVI.-XVII.-XVIII.-XIX.-XX.] 



Irregular 

Transactions. 

Penalty. 



Definite figure 
of price. 



Sec. 2. All transactions in future contracts for property shall 
be deemed irregular when on the basis of money considerations added 
to or deducted from the contract price; and such transactions shall be 
esteemed misconduct and punishable by suspension at the discretion 
of the President or Board of Directors. 

Sec. 3. All contracts and offers to contract for grain for future 
delivery shall be at one figure of price, having as the multiple of price 
one-eighth of a cent per bushel; provided, however, that offers and 
contracts may be made to include one-half the total amount of each 
contract at any given price, and the remainder of said contract at a 
price one-eighth of one cent per bushel higher or lower than the other 
moiety and not otherwise ; the same principle to apply on transactions 
for the future delivery of provisions; and every infraction of this rule 
shall be deemed misconduct and punishable by suspension at the 
discretion of the Board of Directors. 



RULE XVII. 

SMOKING. 

Prohibited. SECTION 1. Smoking in the Exchange room of the Association 

shall be deemed discourteous and offensive conduct, and the same is 
hereby prohibited. 

RULE XVIII. 

SEAL. 

Description. SECTION 1. The Association shall have a seal, bearing a figure 

of Justice with a ship in the distance, surrounded by the words "Board 
of Trade of the City of Chicago." 



Section 1. One 



RULE XIX. 

QUORUM. 

hundred members 



of the Association shall 



One hundred 

quoruns. constitute a quoruin, but a smaller number shall have power to adjourn. 



Protection 
purchasers. 



Protection 
sellets. 



Securities, 

where 

dep(?sited. 



to 



to 



RULE XX. 
deposits to secure the fulfillment of time contracts. 

Section 1. On time contracts, purchasers shall have the right 
to require of sellers, as security, a deposit of ten (10) per cent, based 
upon the contract price of the property bought, and further security, 
from time to time, to the extent of any advance in the market value 
above said price. Sellers shall have the right to require as security 
from buyers a deposit of ten (10) per cent on the contract price of the 
property sold, and, in addition, any difference that may exist or occur 
between the estimated legitimate value of any such property and the 
price of sale. All securities .shall -be deposited, either with the Treas- 
urer of the Association or with some bank duly authorized by the 
Board of Directors to receive such deposits; and shall, in each instance, 
be accompanied by the following form of memorandum or statement. 



[Rule XX.] 



39 





Bank. 


Bank. 


oaioAoo. 


CHICAGO. 

191... 


191... 

Mabqin Cbbtificatbs Wantxd. 
Bv 


JOHN R. MAUFF, 

Sec'y Board of Trade of the City of 
Chicago. 




have deposited approved Check for 




AMOUNT. 


Margin Certificate which we will issue 
today in accordance with your Rules 
as follows. 




















































The above form of memorandum shall state the name of the ^^Sts °* 
depository, the date on which the deposit is made, the name of the 
depositor, and also the name or names of the party or parties in 
whose favor the deposit is to be made, together with the amount or 
amounts of such deposit in detail, and also in the aggregate. The 
left-hand part of the memorandum or statement before described 
shall be retained by the depository selected, and the right-hand por- 
tion thereof taken by the depositor, after being duly signed by the 
person authorized to receipt for the said deposit, and, without delay, 
placed in the office of the Clearing House of the Board of Trade of the 
City of Chicago; it being distinctly understood that the provisions of 
Section 2 of this Rule are and shall remain in force, and that the 
issuance of the certificate in the form and manner prescribed in said 
Section 2 is unafEected by the provisions of this section. It is hereby 
provided that such deposits shall not be made with any bank or banks Except^d^ 
to which the party calling for the said security shall expressly object 
at the time of making such "call;" but in such case the deposit shall 
be made with some duly authorized bank not thus objected to, or 
writh the Treasurer of the Association, as the depositor shall elect. 

Sec. 2. All banks which may be appointed to act as depositories Bonds, 
for securities, shall be required to have one or more of their executive 
officers, members of this Board, who shall be held amenable to the 
Rules of said Board in matters of dispute arising from any transactions 
on the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, between the banks they 
represent and any of the members of said Board of Trade, and shall 
execute and file with the Secretary of the Association a good and 
sufficient bond, with sureties, to be approved by the Board of Directors, 
for the proper disposal of the said deposits, in accordance with the 
provisions of the Rules, Regulations and By-Laws of the Association. 
Said banks shall issue certificates in duplicate, not transferable, for for deposits. 



,- -._ -'.Jk.i^OrtvV'W^-Wvll 



r-T.-^ 



40 



[Rule XX.] 



How payable. 



Form for 
certificates. 



Deposits to be 
held as 

security on all 
coiLtracts 
between the 
parties. 

Exception. 



Margins with 

the 

Treasurer. 



Notice of 
deposit of 
Bounty. 



Failure to 
deposit. 

Contracts may 
be closed. 



all such deposits. Said certificates shall state by whom the deposit 
was made, and for whose security the same is held, that the deposit 
has been made under the Rules of the Board of Trade and is payable 
upon the return of the certificate or its duplicate, duly indorsed by 
the parties to the contract or contracts, or on the order of the President 
of the Board of Trade, as provided by Section 6 of this Rule. Said 
certificate shall be in the following form, to-wit: 

Original (or) Duplicate. 

Not Negotiable or Transferable. 

* Chicago 19 ... . 

has deposited with this Bank 

Dollars as security on a contract or 

contracts between the depositor and 

which amount is payable on the return of this certificate or its dupli- 
cate, duly indorsed by both of the above-named parties, or on the 
order of the President of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, 
indorsed on either the original or duplicate hereof, as provided by the 
Rules of said Board of Trade, under which the above-named deposit 
has been made. 



Cashier. 

All deposits so made shall be held to have been made as security 
for the faithful fulfillment of any contracts made or to be made between 
the parties during the time the deposit shall remain unpaid; provided, 
it shall be competent for either party to a contract to demand that 
the certificate shall express the particular contract upon which the 
deposit shall have been made, and in such case the deposit shall be 
applicable only to the settlement of that contract. 

Sec. 3. The Treasurer of the Association shall, in like manner 
and under like safeguards, receive deposits for security, and issue 
certificates for the same, payable as is provided by Section 2 of this 
Rule. 

Sec. 4 The party depositing security shall, within one hour 
from the time such deposit shall be called, deposit with the Clearing 
House of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, or with the party 
calling for such deposit, the duplicate certificate for the same, in due 
form, as provided for in Section 2 of this Rule. 

Sec. 5. Should any party called upon, as herein provided for, fail 
to deposit the security called, within the next banking hour there- 
after, the party making such call shall have the right, if he be the 
seller, to resell the property for account of the delinquent, such resale 
to be for the same delivery as was named in the original contract; if 
he be the buyer he shall have the right to repurchase the property 
for account of the delinquent, deliverable at the time named in the 
original purchase; in either case he shall at once communicate to the 
delinquent the action he has elected to take, and all losses or damages 
on such defaulted contract shall be at once due and shall be payable 
through the Clearing House the same as though said contract had 
fully matured. The party so calling may, however, elect to permit 



[Rule XX.] 41 

the contract to stand, in which case no notice to that effect shall be N°*['^!'^ °* "^^'^ 
necessary to the delinquent. All notices for the call of deposits as ciogjng ^f 
security, or of the closing of contracts under this Rule, may be served contracta. 
on the party called, either in person or by leaving a written notice at 
his place of business, or may be served in person upon his authorized 
representative, or upon any clerk representing the party on 'Change; 
and in case the party called upon shall not be known to have a regular 
place of business, a written notice left in the office of the Secretary of 
the Board shall be deemed sufficient. 

Sec. 6. Upon the fulfillment or settlement of any contract, or Release of 
upon the closing of any contract under the provisions of Section 5 of ^flE^^at 
this Rule, deposits upon which have been made, and when the full 
adjustment of all differences relating to the same shall have been 
effected, the deposits shall thereupon be payable to the party deposit- 
ing the same; and the joint indorsement of both parties upon the 
certificate shall be a sufficient authority to the party holding the 
deposit to pay the same to the holder of the certificate; or in case of 
a failure between the contracting parties to adjust and settle their FaUure to 
respective claims upon the deposit within three (3) business days adjust 
after the maturity of all contracts upon which the deposit is appli- contracts, 
cable, the matter in dispute shall, upon the application of either party j.. ^^^ + ^e 
to such contracts, be submitted to a select committee of three dis- submitted to a 
interested persons, members of the Association, to be appointed by committee, 
the President, which committee shall, without unnecessary delay, 
summon the parties before them, and hear such evidence under oath 
as either may wish to submit touching their claims to the deposit, and 
shall by a majority vote decide, and report to the President of the 
Board, in writing, in what manner and to whom the deposit is payable, 
either wholly or in part, whereupon the President shall indorse on president 
either the original or duplicate certificate an order for the payment release. 
of such deposits in accordance with the decision of said committee, 
and such order shall be a sufficient warrant to the party holding the 
deposit to pay the same in accordance with such order. In case any penalty for 
member neglects or refuses to indorse a certificate of deposit to the refusal to 
party entitled to receive the money thereupon when all contracts release, 
upon which the deposit is applicable are settled, and all money due 
upon such contracts has been paid, he shall be liable to a penalty of 
one per cent, per day on the amount of such certificates, for every 
day such refusal or neglect is continued; and for refusal to promptly 
pay such penalty, the party may, upon due complaint, be suspended 
from all privileges of the Board until the same is paid. In case it 
should occur that by reason of changes in the market, or of delivery upon, deporitJ,*how 
or the settlement of a portion of the contracts upon which security released.' 
has been deposited and to which such security is properly applicable 
under this Rule, that a larger sum remains on deposit than is con- 
templated by Section 1 of this Rule upon then existing unadjusted 
contracts between the parties, and either party to such contract 
should refuse to release such excess of deposit, the President of the 
Board is authorized, upon a representation of the facts and admission 
or proof that such exc&ss ought to be released, to order such release 
and payment to be made to the party to whom it rightfully belongs, 
by the indorsement of an order to that effect on either the original 
or duplicate certificate or certificates issued for such deposits; pro- 
vided, in case of such disagreement no surrender of the deposit shall 
be ordered pending any arbitration touching the rights of the parties 
under the said contract or contracts, or in case the party refusing to 
adjust the dispute shall signify his willingness to submit the matter 
to arbitration. Value of 

Sec. 7. In determining the value of property under this Rule, its uncSr this 
value in other markets, or for manufacturing or consumptive pur- Rule, how and 
poses in this market, together with such other facts as may justly ^^t«-n°^ed 



42 



[Rules XX.-XXI.J 



Tender of 
warehouse 
receipts. 



Requirements 
for regular 
warehouses. 



Rates of 
storage. 



Bond, 
sufficiency of. 



enter in the determination of its value, shall be considered irrespective 
of any fictitious price it may at the time be selling for in this market. 
Such value, for the purposes of this Rule, in case of disagreement, 
shall be determined by the Board of Directors, and communicated to 
the parties in interest through the President or Secretary. 

Sec. 8. On to arrive grain contracts of thirty days or more, buyers 
shall have the right to require of non-resident sellers as security to be 
deposited with the buyer, a deposit of ten per cent., based upon the 
contract price of the property bought, and further security, from time to 
time, to the extent of any advance in the market value above said price. 

Deposits so made shall be released on the performance of the 
contract, or before in the discretion of the buyer, or may be held in 
whole or in part in conformity with the requirements of this section, 
applicable to any othar contracts between the principals. 

Failure to deposit security, as required by this section, within 
two business days, shall entitle the buyer to elect to declare any or all 
contracts covered by such call, canceled, or to re-buy on the open 
market an equal quantity of the commodity covered by the contract, 
and the buyer shall at once notify the seller of such action. 

Disputes arising from security calls, deposits or release of them 
may be referred to the To-Arrive Grain Committee and its decision 
shall be binding on both principals. 

RULE XXI. 

REGULAR DELIVERIES, 

Section 1. All deliveries upon contracts for grain or flax seed, 
unless otherwise expressly provided, shall be made by tender of regular 
warehouse receipts, which receipts shall have been registered by an 
officer duly appointed for that purpose. All such warehouse receipts 
shall be made to run five days from date of delivery on regular or 
customary storage charges, which regular or customary charges shall 
follow such warehouse receipts and be chargeable upon the property 
covered by the same, and shall be issued by such houses as have 
complied with the Rules of the Board of Trade and the Regulations 
and Requirements of the Board of Directors, and have been declared 
regular warehouses for the storage of grain or flax seed by said Board 
of Directors; and it shall be the duty of the Board of Directors, prior 
to the first day of July in each year, to inspect all warehouses, the 
proprietors or managers of which shall apply to have their receipts 
declared regular for delivery on contracts under the Rules of the 
Board of Trade, and no warehouse shall be declared a regular ware- 
house unless it is conveniently approachable by vessels of ordinary 
draft and has customary shipping facilities, and unless the storage 
rates on all grain or flax seed in such warehouses in bulk and in good 
condition, shall not be in excess of one cent per bushel for the first ten 
days or part thereof, and one-thirtieth (1-30) of one cent per bushel 
for each additional day thereafter until from and after July 1, 1917, 
when the storage rates shall not be in excess of one (1) cent per bushel 
for the first ten days or part thereof, and one-twenty-fifth (1-25) of 
one cent per bushel for each additional day thereafter so long as 
such grain or flax seed remains in good condition, and unless the 
proprietors or managers of such warehouse are in good financial 
standing and credit, and are carrying on and intend to continue 
to carry on the legitimate business of public warehousemen under 
the laws of the State of Illinois and in accordance with the Rules 
of the Board of Trade of -the City of Chicago and the Regulations 
and Requirements of the Board of Directors and until the proprietors 
or managers of such warehouse shall file a bond with sufficient sureties 
in such sum and subject to such conditions as may be deemed necessary 
by the Board of Directors, under the Rules of the Board of Trade 
and the Regulations and Requirements of the Board of Directors 
in reference to warehouses. 



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43 



Whenever application shall be made by the proprietors or managers ^^^"^®™®?**j 
of any warehouse to have the same declared a regular warehouse for ^aiif ^q^ " 
the storage of grain and flax seed under the provisions of this Rule warehouses 
(except in cases of renewal on the first day of July in each year, as applied to be 
hereinbefore provided) any grain or flax seed that may be contained in ""^^^ *''• 
said warehouse at the time of such application, shall be required to 
be removed from said warehouse, when after it shall have been 
graded and inspected according to its quality and condition then 
existing by the duly constituted authorities, such grain or flax seed 
may then again be received into said warehouse and receipts issued 
therefor shall be registered and dated upon the day when such grain 
or flax seed is again actually received into said warehouse. 

The chief inspector of grain of the State of Illinois may, upon Supervising 
request of the Board of Directors of the Board of Trade, appoint a *'*^p®''*°''- 
supervising inspector who shall so supervise the storage and distribu- 
tion of grain and of flax seed in such warehouse that no discrimination 
or selection can be made in the quality or grade of grain or flax seed 
in the delivery of such grain or flax seed. 

Warehouse receipts issued by warehouses so declared regular by Warehouse; 
the Board of Directors shall be regular for delivery on contracts under receipts. 
the Rules of the Board of Trade so long as the said warehouse shall 
continue to be a regular warehouse, but the term for which any ware- 
house is declared a regular warehouse to issue such receipts shall be ^a^ouse^*^^*^ 
limited to and expire on the first day of July in each year. No receipts 
issued on grain received in any warehouse shall be regular for delivery 
under the Rules of the Board of Trade after that date unless the ware- 
house upon which it has been issued has again been declared a regular 
warehouse by the Board of Directors; provided, however, that receipts 
issued before the first day of July by warehouses which have been 
regular warehouses during the preceding year, but which have not lafe of ware- 
been declared regular for the succeeding year, shall be regular for^o^se receipts, 
delivery upon such contracts for six months after the first day of 
July; but nothing contained herein shall prevent the Board of Directors 
from declaring any warehouse, or the receipts thereof, irregular at 
any time for violation or non-compliance with the laws of the State 
of Illinois or any of the Rules of the Board of Trade or of the Regu- 
lations and Requirements of the Board of Directors. 

Provided, that the Board of Directors shall have power, when in Emergency 
their judgment an emergency exists requiring more storage room clause, 
than can be supplied by the regular elevator warehouses, or because 
of an inability to obtain insurance on grain stored therein, to declare 
any storehouses, vessels, or places suitable for the storage of grain or 
flax seed within the Chicago Switching District — wherein the cost of 
delivery to vessels or railroad cars shall not be greater than such as 
is made by the regular elevators for the same service — ^to be regular 
places for the storage of grain deliverable under the Rules of the 
Board of Trade. 

And provided further, that in case it shall happen that at any time Limitation of 
there shall be no warehouses which shall be regular warehouses for the aggregate 
storage of grain and flax seed, then the Board of Directors may declare Rehouses 
any warehouses suitable for the storage of grain or flax seed, whose made regulas 
aggregate capacity shall not exceed twenty-five million (25,000,000) under 
bushels, regular warehouses for the storage of grain or flax seed, upon ®™*^''sency» 
such terms and for such period as the Board of Directors in its dis- 
cretion may deem necessary or proper, and the warehouse receipts 
issued by warehouses so declared regular under this proviso, shall be 
regular for delivery on contracts under the Rules of the Board of 
Trade, in the same manner as if issued by warehouses declared regular 
under the foregoing provisions of this section in regard to declaring 
warehouses regular for the term ending on the first day of July in 
each year. 






44 [Rm.s XXI.] 

All complaints against elevator proprietors under this section 
shall be heard and decided by the Board of Directors of the Board of 
Trade of the City of Chicago. 

On and after January 1st, 1915, grain in cars, including that graded 
"subject to approval," shall be deemed a valid tender on contracts 
during the last three business days of any month, under the provisions 
of the rules pertaining to the delivery of warehouse receipts — the 
railroad receipt issued against same evidencing ownership serving to 
convey the title to the grain, same as warehouse receipts issued against 
grain in warehouses — when conforming to the following requirements: 

A. When within the Chicago Switching District; or, if arriving 
from outside of the^ame, when it has reached the railroad yards, 
where samples are taken by the Illinois State Grain Inspection Depart- 
ment, and when billed to an elevator the receipts of which are regular 
on delivery; provided nevertheless, that grain so delivered shall be 
unloaded into the elevator to which it is billed before the delivery shall 
be deemed complete, and bills for grain so tendered shall not be due 
and payable until the elevator receipt covering same shall have been 
delivered to the buyer. Provided further, that deliveries under this 
rule may be diverted by the buyer from unloading at a regular ware- 
house to any other unloading where the same will be weighed by the 
Weighing Department of this Association, by paying for the property, 
before diversion. 

B. When the grade of such grain tendered is evidenced as being 
a proper grade under the rules for tender, by a certificate of inspection 
of the Illinois State Grain Inspection Department showing the in- 
spection to have been made during the last three business days of 
same month, which grade the seller shall be deemed as guaranteeing 
to the buyer to remain such until the buyer has had a reasonable time 
to unload; provided, that tenders of grain loaded from elevators 
within the Chicago Switching District shall, in addition to the Illinois 
State Grain Inspection Department certificate, have a certificate of 
approval of its quality by the Grain Sampling Department of this 
Board based on examination made during last three days of the month. 
Provided, that if the grade of grain in oars inspected is, on reinspection, 
or on appeal, lowered by the Illinois State Grain Inspection Depart- 
ment, such change of the grade shall not invalidate any deliveries on 
contracts of grain made before the grade has been so changed; and the 
adjustment of any damages sustained by the holder of the grain at the 
time such change in grade is known to the holder shall then be deter- 
mined on the basis of the market price of the day of delivery and shall 
become at once due and payable. 

C. When covered by a duly authorized "order" railroad receipt 
showing the grain to be billed to a regular elevator properly endorsed 
to convey title thereto. The delivery notice shall describe the railroad 
receipt in its essential features (date, issuing railroad, car number with 
name or initial and weight of contents), and shall be the basis of 
computing and determining all items chargeable to the property- 
tendered same as storage charges against warehouse receipts. Pro- 
vided, that in the event of all regular storage in the City of Chicago 
being filled, or for any reason unobtainable, and sellers being unable to 
procure railroad receipts covering consignments of cars to regular 
elevators, dehvery of original bills of lading or railroad receipts issued 
therefor, the same not showing consignment to any elevator, shall be 
deemed a valid tender on contracts. 

D. When the quantity so delivered is evidenced by weight 
certificates of the Weighing Department of this Association; or, if 
evidenced by weight certificate other than above; or, if the weight be 
estimated on the basis of the rated capacity of the car, such other 
weight certificate, or such estimated weight, shall be deemed to be 



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45 



guaranteed by the seller to the buyer; and any excess over such weight 
so evidenced, at time of unloading, if then weighed by the Weighing 
Department of this Association, shall be settled for at the current 
market value on the day such variation is known to both parties, and 
any recess from such estimated weight shall be settled for at the ' 
current market value on the day of delivery. The weight of all carlots 
so delivered and finally unloaded at any elevator, the receipts of which 
are regular on delivery, shall be deemed the final weights on which 
settlement is made. 

E. At any time when, in the judgment of the Board of Directors, 
an emergency exists, grain in cars shall be deemed a valid tender on 
contracts, on any business day of any month, when the grade of such 
grain tendered is evidenced as being a proper grade under the rules 
for tender, by a certificate of inspection of the Illinois State Grain 
Inspection Department showing the inspection to have been made 
during the preceding seventy-two hours, and when conforming to the 
other requirements of Paragraphs A, B, C and D of this Section, except 
that any excess or shortage in weights at time of unloading, if then 
weighed by the Weighing Department of this Association, shall be 
settled for at the current market value on day such variation is known 
to both parties. 

Sec. 2. All deliveries of grain and flaxseed in 1,000 and 5,000 Deliveries, 
bushel lots; of mess pork, lard or s. p. hams, in 50 and 250 Package ^^g^g^^jg 
lots; or of meats in lots of 25,000 and 50,000 lbs., in store, on time 
contracts, shall be made between 9:30 a. m. and 11:00 o'clock A. M., 
at the office of the clearing member who has the property bought, or 
shall be made in the Exchange Hall, or in such other place as may 
be designated by the Board of Directors between the hours of 1:30 
and 2:00 o'clock p. m., except as hereinafter provided. All such 
deliveries shall be made by a notice in writing, which notice shall p-^p^ ^f ^q^j^, 
state on its face the place of business of its issuer. Such notice shall 
state in detail the warehouse receipts proposed to be delivered, and 
in the case of provisions in packages, or lard, the packer's brand, and 
the contract price on which delivery is proposed to be made, also the 
net cash value (deducting extra storage) of said property at the Description of 
market price. Twice each day at stated hours, it shall be the duty procedure, 
of the Secretary to post or cause to be posted, in a suitable place, the 
market price of such grain or provisions as are deliverable on time 
contracts. The first price posted shall be applicable to deliveries 
between 9:30 o'clock and 11:00 o'clock a. m. The second price 
posted shall be applicable to deliveries between 1:30 and 2:00 o'clock 
p. M. Such delivery notice may be passed from one purchaser to 
another before 11:00 o'clock a. m., or before 2:00 o'clock p. m., as the 
case may be, by indorsement thereon by the seller, of the name of the 
party to whom it is to be delivered, together with the contract price 
at which the property is sold, and also the time at which the delivery 
is made. In the case of deliveries made outside of the buyer's office, 
as provided above, the first delivery of such notice shall be made 
before 1:35 o'clock p. m., and any party holding such notice longer 
than five minutes as shown by the indorsement on same of the time 
of the previous delivery, shall not be permitted to deliver it. 
Provided, however, that on the last business day of any month, a party 
having grain bought in 1,000 bushel lots and sold in 5,000 bushel lots 
may deliver five 1,000 bushel lots on 5,000 bushel lot contracts not later 
than five minutes after having received the last 1,000 bushel lot, by 
attaching the five notices firmly to each other and making the usual 
endorsement upon the last notice, as hereinbefore provided. Any 
person indorsing upon said notices any fictitious name or the name 
of any person, firm or corporation other than that of the person, firm 
or corporation to whom he tenders the notice upon a bona fide sale of 
the property mentioned therein, actually made by himself, or the firm. 



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46 



[Rule XXL] 



or the corporation he represents, or upon the written order of another 
member, firm, or corporation on whose behalf he makes such tender, 
or who shall make any alteration therein, or any substitution of 
property other than that originally named in the notice by the original 
issuer thereof, shall be deemed guilty of gross fraud, and, if a member, 
he shall be suspended or expelled, at the discretion of the Board of 
Directors; and if not a member, such person shall be permanently 
excluded from the rooms of the Association. All delivery notices 
issued under this rule shall be consecutively numbered by the parties 
issuing them. Notices of readiness to deliver property as herein 
provided, and all subsequent transfers of such notices, shall be deemed 
and held to be a valid and sufficient tender of property, on time con- 
tracts, under the Ruies of this Board of Trade, provided the property 
is actually delivered, or is shown to have been ready for delivery, in 
the manner and upon the terms herein provided. It shall be the duty 
of the party regularly holding such notice at 2:00 o'clock p. m., to 
present the same at the office of the issuer before 2:30 o'clock p. m., 
and of the party regularly holding such notice at 11:00 o'clock a. m. 
to present the same at the office of its issuer before 11:30 o'clock 
A. M. of the same day, together with a certified check on some Chicago 
bank in good standing, or other satisfactory payment for the net 
amount due for the property represented by any or all of said notices, 
at the market price; and upon tendering said notice, or notices, with 
payment, at the office of its issuer, the holder of said notice or notices, 
shall be entitled to receive the property represented by same. All 
Differences, differences due from, or to parties to such delivery shall be paid upon 
when due and thg basis of a full delivery, and no more, and each purchaser receiving 
based.^ * notice of delivery, shall be responsible to the seller from whom the 

notice was received, for the difference between the price actually paid 
for the property and their contract price. In cases where the seller's 
contract price is less than the price actually paid for the property, 
such seller shall be responsible to the purchaser to whom he delivered 
the notice, for the difference. All such differences shall be due and 
payable immediately upon the delivery and payment for the actual 
property; it being the duty of each person transferring the delivery 
notice to ascertain what price was actually paid for the property. 
r^ ,. . c ^ On the first business day of each month all deliveries on time 
day of month. Contracts of the kinds of property mentioned in this section, if delivered 
before 11:00 o'clock a. m., shall be delivered m the Exchange Hall, or 
such other place as may be designated by the Board of Directors, 
between the hours of 8:30 and 9:15 o'clock a. m., in the same manner 
and under the same regulations, except as hereinafter provided, as 
is specified for similar deliveries after 11 00 o'clock a. m. The delivery 
Form of notice, notice shall be of the same form and character in all respects as that 
prescribed for deliveries between 1:30 and 2:00 o'clock p. m., except 
that it shall state the net value (deducting extra storage) of the 
property at the closing market price on the last business day of the 
previous month, for the delivery on which the property is tendered, 
which price shall be posted in a suitable place immediately after the 
close of the market. The first delivery of the notice shall be not 
later than 8:35 o'clock a. m., and it shall be the duty of the party 
regularly holding such notice at 9:15 o'clock a. m. to present the same 
at the office of its issuer before 11:00 o'clock a. m. of the same day, 
together with a certified check on some Chicago bank, in good stand- 
ing, or other satisfactory payment, for the net amount due for the 
property represented by said notice, as hereinbefore provided, and 
upon tendering said notice with payment at the office of the issuer, 
the holder of such notice shall be entitled to receive the property 
represented by the same. 

All differences between the price paid for the property and any 
Mode of settle- contract prices involved in its delivery, due to or from parties to such 
^^^^- delivery, shall be adjusted and paid in the same manner and with the 



[Rule XXI.] 



47 



same liabilities as in the case of delivery made under this section 
between 1:30 and 2:00 o'clock p. M. In case property represented by 
either of the delivery notices mentioned in this section is not called 
and paid for as herein provided, it may be held by the issuer of the 
notice, for and at the expense for storage, interest, insurance and 
other risk of the party whom it may concern, until 12:00 o'clock M. 
of the next business day, at which time it shall be sold in open market 
for account of whom it may concern; or it may be sold, if the notice 
was delivered before 9:15 o'clock a. m., or before 11:00 o'clock a. m,, 
at any time between 12:30 o'clock p. m. of that day and 12:00 o'clock 
M. of the next business day. If the notice was delivered between 
1:30 o'clock p. m. and 2.00 o'clock p. M., it may be sold at any time 
between the beginning of trading hours and 12:00 o'clock m of the 
next business day. The party holding the property shall, however, 
notify the party to whom he delivered the original delivery notice, 5^?**^^***°° **" 
before 2:00 o'clock p. M. of the same day of the default, if the delivery 
notice was delivered before 9:15 o'clock a. m. or before 11:00 o'clock 
A. M.; or before 4:00 o'clock p. m., if the delivery notice was delivered 
between 1 :30 o'clock p. m. and 2:00 o'clock p. m., such notice of default 
to be in writing; and each purchaser receiving said notice of default 
•shall in turn deliver the same, without delay, to the party to whom 
he passed the original notice of proposed delivery. All expense and Kesponsibility 
irisk of carrying property defaulted on, including a commission of one- party.* ^^ 
quarter of one cent per bushel on grain, and one-quarter of one per 
■cent on the market value of provisions, shall be payable to the party 
required to make resale, by the party to whom he had the property 
sold, he to be reimbursed by the one to whom he delivered the notice 
of delivery and so on until it is finally paid by the party in default. 
And in case of such default and resale of property all differences shall 
be adjusted as hereinbefore provided, on the basis of the price at 
which the property shall have been resold. All parties having property 
due them on time sales shall be present, or shall be represented by an parties to be 
authorized employe, in the Exchange Hall, or such other place as may present at time 
be designated by the Board of Directors, between the hours of 1:30 
and 2:00 o'clock p. m. of each business day, and on days when the 
Board adjourns at 12:00 o'clock m., between the hours of 12:30 and 
1 :00 o'clock p. M., and on the first business day of each month between 
the hours of 8 :30 and 9 :15 o'clock a. m. ; and admission to the Exchange 
Hall, or such other place as may be designated by the Board of Direc- 
tors, shall be denied all parties after 1:30, 12:30 o'clock p. m. or 8:30 
o'clock A. M., as the case may be. Any property which cannot be 
delivered owing to the absence of the buyer from the Exchange Hall, 
or such other place as the Directors may have designated for the pur- 
pose of delivery, may be sold out by the party having same sold to 
such absentee, as hereinbefore provided in cases of default; all expenses 
and risk of carrying the property, commissions, etc., shall be paid by 
the absentee, the same as in case of default; provided, however, such 
property shall not be sold until the absentee has had notice in writing, 
either delivered to him in person, to his business representative, at 
his place of business, or left at the Secretary's office in case he has no 



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48 



[Rule XXI.) 



Deliveries 
when Board 
adjouTDS 
at 12 m. 



Form and 
character of 
delivery 
notice and 
time of its 
presentation. 



regular place of business, that the property was ready for delivery 
under this Rule on his contract. In case it should appear on com- 
plaint duly made to the Board of Directors that any member has been 
guilty of issuing a notice of readiness to deliver property as herein 
provided, who had not the property mentioned in such notice, in his 
control or possession at the time of issuing such notice, or, having 
issued such notice, shall thereafter dispose of the property, except as 
herein provided, or who refuses to deliver up such property when 
demanded, as provided for under this Rule, such party shall be deemed 
guilty of gross fraud, and shall be suspended or expelled from mem- 
bership in this Asso^ation, under the provisions of Rule IV. 

Provided, however, that on all Saturdays when there is a regular 
business session of the Association, all deliveries shall be made in the 
Exchange Hall; a morning delivery between the hours of 8:30 o'clock 
and 9:15 o'clock a. m., in the same manner and under the same regu- 
lations, except as hereinafter provided, as is specified for similar 
deliveries after 11:00 o'clock a. m. The delivery notice shall be of 
the same form and character in all respects as that prescribed for 
deliveries between 1:30 and 2:00 o'clock p. m., except that it shall 
state the net value, deducting extra storage of the property at the 
closing market price on the immediately preceding business day, for 
the delivery on which the property is tendered, which price shall be 
posted in a suitable place immediately after the close of the market. 
The first delivery of the notice shall not be made later than 8:35 
o'clock A. M., and it shall be the duty of the party regularly holding 
such notice at 9:15 o'clock a. m. to present the same at the office of 
its issuer before 11:00 o'clock a. m. of the same day, together with 
certified check on some Chicago bank in good standing, or other 
satisfactory payment, for the net amount due for property repre- 
sented by said notice, as hereinbefore provided; and upon tendering 
said notice with payment at the office of the issuer, the holder of such 
notice shall be entitled to receive the property represented by the 
same; and also, on such Saturdays, as fall on the last business day of 
the month when there is a regular business session of this Association, 
an afternoon delivery between 12:30 and 1:00 o'clock p. m., in the 
same manner and under the same regulations, except as hereinafter 
provided, as is specified in similar deliveries after 11:00 o'clock a. m. 
The delivery notice shall be of the same form and character in all 
respects as that prescribed for deliveries after 11:00 o'clock a. m. 

The first delivery of the notice shall not be later than 12:35 o'cl <■ 
p. M., and it shall be the duty of the party regularly holding such notice 
at 1:00 o'clock p. m. to present the same at the office of its issuer 
before 11:00 o'clock a. m. of the next following banking day, together 
with certified check on some Chicago bank in good standing, or other 
satisfactory payment, for the net face value of the property repre- 
sented by said notice, without adding anything additional for interest 
or insurance, or without deducting any additional storage for the 
period between the time of delivery and the time of actual payment. 



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49 



And provided further, that on the last business day of any month, Power of 
when deliveries of articles mentioned in this Section are made after fl^^d"^ *° 
11:00 o'clock A. M., the Secretary of the Board, or any person acting deliveries on 

1 1 • I. • ■,-,■,■, , II- r 1 last business 

under his direction, shall have the power to extend the time for such day of month. 

deUveries from 2:00 o'clock p. m. (if on a Saturday, from 1:00 o'clock 
p. M.), as often and to such time during that day as in his judgment 
it may be necessary to enable all, who are prepared to do so, to tender 
or receive delivery notices. When any extension of time is made 
under this proviso, it shall be announced in the Exchange Hall, or in 
such other place as may be designated by the Board of Directors for 
the purpose of making deliveries, on or before the expiration of the 
time hereinbefore stated for the termination of such deliveries; in the 
event of the extension of the time for deliveries as herein provided, 
wherever the time stated in this rule would be affected by such exten- 
sion, such time shall in all cases be correspondingly extended. 

It is the object and intent of this Section that all contracts for the Purely 
purchase and for the sale of commodities mentioned therein shall be prov^ions no 

carried out in absolute good faith, it being expressly understood that pretext for the 
, . ^ . . , , . , . . , . . avoidance of 

in construing this Section its purely techmcal provisions — the pnnci- contractual 
pal purpose of which is to facilitate deliveries — must not be used as a un(}fr*th^ 
pretext to evade the obligations of a contract. Any violation, how- rule, 
ever, of any of the provisions of this Section with intent to thwart or 
impede deliveries shall be deemed dishonorable conduct under the 
provisions of Section 9 of Rule IV of the Rules of the Board of Trade 
of the City of Chicago. 

Sec. 3. The Board of Directors may prescribe all necessary Directors 

regulations and requirements for warehousing all kinds of property ^ber^'^*'^°" * 

(other than grain) deliverable by warehouse receipts. warehouse 

■' ^ regulations. 

Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the Board of Directors, under Posting 

this Rule, to publish annually, or oftener if necessary, by posting on ^arehoiw*s°*^ 

the bulletin of the Exchange, the names of all elevators and other 

warehouses conforming in all respects to prescribed requirements of 

said Board; and to report immediately to the Association, by posting 

as above, any irregularity in the management of such elevators or Posting 

warehouses, or any fact calculated to discredit or impair the value of irregulanties. 

warehouse receipts of any such elevators or warehouses, as the same 

shall come to their knowledge. 

Sec. 5. All warehouse receipts for property tendered or de- Warehouse 
livered on contracts shall be for quantities or parcels, in the aggregate, '"^'^^'P^- 
as sold; accompanied by a memorandum of the property delivered, 
with the price of the same, together with the amount due therefor; 
provided, that on all time contracts of five thousand (5,000) bushels 
of grain or flaxseed, or any multiple thereof, deliveries shall be made 
in lots of five thousand (5,000) bushels; and on all time contracts for 
mess pork, or sweet pickled hams, for two hundred and fifty (250) pack- 
ages, or multiples thereof, deliveries shall be made in lots of two 
hundred and fifty (250) packages; and on all time contracts for fifty 
thousand (50,000) pounds of lard, or any multiple thereof, deliveries 
shall be made in lots of fifty thousand (50,000) pounds (contained in 



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[Rule XXI.] 



136 tierces); and on all time contracts for fifty thousand (50,000) 
pounds of meats, or any multiple thereof, deliveries shall be made in 
lots of fifty thousand (50,000) pounds; and on all time contracts 
for one thousand (1,000) bushels of grain or flaxseed, or any multiple 
thereof, except as provided above, deliveries shall be made in lots of 
one thousand (1,000) bushels; and on all time contracts for mess 
pork, sweet pickled hams, or lard, for fifty (50) packages, or any 
multiple thereof, except as provided above, deliveries shall be made 
in lots of fifty (50) packages; and on all time contracts for twenty-five 
thousand (25,000) pounds of meats, or any multiple thereof, except as 
provided abovor-deliveries shall be made in lots of twenty-five thousand 
(25,000) pounds; a variation, however, of one per cent in the quantity 
of grain and flaxseed delivered, and that contracted for, shall not vitiate 
a tender or delivery. Any excess or deficit within the above limits shall 
be settled for at the current market upon the day of delivery. 

No individual, firm or corporation shall make tender upon contracts 
for grain or flaxseed, as hereinbefore provided, until such grain or flax- 
seed is covered by insurance, issued by the Underwriters Grain Associa- 
tion of Chicago, for at least eighty-five per cent of its market value, 
such insurance to cover purchaser until 12 o'clock noon of the next 
business day after the day of delivery; and if purchaser is unable by 
12 o'clock noon of next business day after day of delivery to obtain 
through the ordinary insurance channels his insurance to the extent of 
85 per cent of the market value of the property, he then, prior to 
that time, may call on the party making the delivery. Such party 
must then furnish the insurance. 

PENALTY 
Any member, firm or corporation who purchases and holds fire 
insurance on grain or flaxseed in any regular elevator without owning 
or holding warehouse receipts on grain or flaxseed in said elevators, with 
intent to thwart or impede deliveries, shall be deemed guilty of dis- 
honorable conduct under the provisions of Section 9 of Rule IV; pro- 
vided, however, that nothing herein shall be construed as forbidding 
the retention of such insurance from day to day when not in excess of 
ordinary and reasonable business requirements. The Secretary of 
this Association shall have the authority at any time to call upon the 
holders of insurance on grain or flaxseed for the description of the quan- 
tity and character of the grain or flaxseed that they hold in any elevator. 

Sales of flax Szc. 6. All sales of flaxseed, unless otherwise agreed, are made 

seed, basis of. upon the basis of pure seed, that is: Seed tendered or delivered on 

contracts may carry impurity or foreign matter, but must contain the 

sale quantity of pure seed, and for such pure seed only shall payment 

be required. 

Registrar of The Board of Directors shall also appoint a competent person as 

flaxseed, etc. Registrar of Flaxseed, whose duty it shall be to provide and cause to 

be kept suitable books, in which shall be registered all warehouse 

receipts for flaxseed issued as "regular," or for "regular delivery" of 

such property under the rules of the Board of Trade; such receipts, 

after being so registered, shall be stamped or written acrggs; t,heir face 



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the word "Registered," and the date of such registry, and signed, in 
writing, by the said Registrar, or some person duly authorized by him 
for that service. All such warehouse receipts issued from or by each 
warehouse, or other place of storage, shall be consecutively numbered, 
and no receipts of duplicate numbers issued from the same place of 
storage shall be registered. No second warehouse receipt for the 
same property shall be registered unless the original is presented at 
the time and its registration canceled by the Registrar. 

No flaxseed shall be removed from the place of storage indicated Cancellation of 
by any registered receipt issued to represent it until the registration '^.g®^^ ™"^* 
of such receipt has first been canceled in the office of the Registrar of delivery. 
Flaxseed by writing or stamping across its face the words" Registration 
canceled." 

Sec. 7. No warehouse receipts for flaxseed shall be registered Warehouse 

except such as have been issued by or from a warehouse or place of flaxseed—^ 

storage declared to be a regular warehouse for the storage of such issued only by 

property by the Board of Directors of the Board of Trade. regular 

warehouse. 

RULE XXII. 

RIGHTS OF PARTIES ON CONTRACTS. 

Section 1. On time contracts made between members of the Contracts- 
Association, where property is bought, deliverable on the buyer's ^"^'®^X 
demand within a specified time, the time of delivery shall be as follows ti^e ^ *^ 
When demand for the property is made by the buyer before 12:00 
o'clock M., the property shall be due axid deliverable before 2:00 o'clock 
p. M. same day. When the demand is made after 12:00 o'clock m., when 
the property shall be due and deliverable before 2:00 o'clock p. m deliverable, 
same day. or before 11:00 o'clock a. m. next day. Or the buyer may 
specify any particular future day during the time when the property 
is deliverable, upon which the property shall be delivered, and the 
property shall be delivered before 11:00 o'clock a. m. on the day 
designated; provided, no demand shall be made before the beginning 
of the time specified, when it may be made; and if no demand is made demand" h II 
the property shall be deliverable before 2:00 o'clock p. m. on the day be made, 
of maturity of contract; and provided, also, that all deliveries after 
11:00 o'clock A. M. shall be made under the provisions of Section 2 of 
Rule XXI. 

Sec. 2. On contracts for property deliverable at the pleasure of Contracts — 
the seller, within a specified time, the seller may deliver the property Keller's 
on any day during such time, between the hours of 9 :00 and 11 :00 a. m., to time^ ^^ 
or between the hours of 1:30 and 2:00 p. m., as provided by Section 2 
of Rule XXI. 

Sec. 3. On contracts for grain or flaxseed for future delivery the Tender of 
tender of a higher grade of the same kind of grain or flaxseed than the wheat on 
one contracted for shall be deemed sufficient. All contracts made contracts, 
for Wheat hereafter, unless otherwise specified, shall be understood as 
for "Contract" wheat, and on such contracts, requiring delivery after 
June 30, 1917, a tender of No. 1 Dark Hard U' inter Wheat, 'No. 1 
Hard Winter Wheat, No. 1 Yellow Hard Winter Wheat, No. 2 Dark 
Hard Winter Wheat, No. 2 Hard Winter Wheat, No. 2 Yellow Hard 
Winter Wheat, No. 1 Red Winter Wheat, No. 2 Red Winter Wheat, 
No. 1 Northern Spring Wheat or No. 1 Velvet Chaff Wheat; and on 
such contracts, requiring deliverv after July 31, 1917, a tender of No. 1 
Dark Hard Winter Wheat, No. 1 Hard Winter Wheat, No. 1 Yellow 
Hard Winter Wheat, No. 2 Dark Hard Winter Wheat, No. 2 Hard 
Winter Wheat, No. 2 Yellow Hard Winter Wheat, No. 1 Red Winter 
Wheat, No. 2 Red Winter Wheat, No. 1 Dark Northern Spring Wheat, 
No. 1 Northern Spring Wheat, No. 2 Dark Northern Spring V/heat, 
or No. 2 Northern Spring Wheat, in such proportions as may be con- 
venient to the seller, subject, however, to the provisions of Section 5 of 
Rule XXI, shall be deemed a valid tender. 



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Wheat that is inspected as smutty, or treated by any other process 
than drying, shall not be deliverable on contracts. 

"Also on such contracts, for delivery of wheat on and after July 1, 
1917, a tender of No. 3 Dark Hard Winter Wheat, No. 3 Hard Winter 
Wheat, No. 3 Yellow Hard Winter Wheat, No. 3 Red Winter Wheat, 
No. 1 Hard White Wheat and No. 2 Hard White Wheat, at a discount 
of five cents per bushel, in such proportions as may be convenient to 
the seller, subject, however, to the provisions of Section 5 of Rule XXI, 
shall be deemed a valid tender; and on such contracts, for delivery of 
Wheat on and.^after Augtist 1, 1917, a tender of No. 1 Red Spring 
Wheat and No. 2 Red Spring Wheat, without discount, and No. 3 
Dark Northern Spring Wheat, No. 3 Northern Spring Wheat and No. 3 
Red Spring Wheat, at a discount of eight cents per bushel, in such pro- 
portions as may be convenient to the seller, subject, however, to the 
provisions of Section 5 of Rule XXI, shall be deemed a valid tender." 

For delivery on and after January 1, 1919, all contracts for corn, 
unless otherwise specified, shall be understood as for "contract" com 
and on such contracts a tender of the following described grades of 
com in such proportions as may be convenient to the seller, but in 
no case an amount less than than 1,000 bushels of any one grade in 
one elevator, shall be deemed a valid tender at the price differences 
mentioned in the following schedule, subject however, to the pro- 
visions of Section 5 of Rule XXI: 



► at J'^ cent per bushel over contract price. 



No. 1 White Cora 1 
No. 2 White Com 
No. 1 Yellow Com 
No. 2 Yellow Com J 

No. 1 (Mixed) Com { ^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^ 
No. 2 (Mixed) Cora ) ^ 

J; V? t-'Ora I ^^ ^^^ cents per bushel under contract price. 
No. 3 Yellow Corn J 

No. 3 (Mixed Com) — at 2}4 cents per bushel under contract price. 

No. 4 White Corn | at 4^ cents per bushel under contract price. 
No. 4 Yellow Cora | ^^ ^ ^ 

No. 4 (Mixed) Com — at 5 cents per bushel under contract price. 

Provided that No. 4 Corn of the new crop can be delivered only 
during the months of November, December, January and February. 

Contracts covering any of the commodities dealt in under the 
provisions of the rules of this Board for future delivery in store, or for 
shipment, or to-arrive, shall be deemed to be for the quality or stand- 
ard of grade as defined in the rules of the Illinois State Grain Inspec- 
tion Department, and any change in any such standard of grades 
and in the rules of the Illinois State Grain Inspection Department 
defining them, shall be held as not affecting in any way whatsoever 
the validity of any such contracts pending at time such change is 
made, and commodities officially graded under the provision of rules 
in force at time of delivery, shall be deemed to be a valid tender on any 
such contract. 



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For delivery on and after June 1, 1918, all contracts for oats, unless Tender of oats 
otherwise specified, shall be understood as for "contract" oats, and 
on such contracts a tender of the following described grades of oats, in 
such proportions as may be convenient to the seller, but in no case an 
amount less than 1,000 bushels of any one grade in one elevator, shall 
be deemed a valid tender; subject, however, to the provisions of 
Section 5 of Rule XXI: 

Standard Oats, at contract price. 

No. 3 White Oats, at IJ^ cents per bushel discount. 
No. 2 White Oats, at M cent per bushel premium. 
No. 1 White Oats, at J^ cent per bushel premium. 

Contracts for rye, by grade alone, delivered in store, for immediate 
or for future delivery, unless otherwise specified, shall be understood as 
for No. 1 or No. 2 Rye, in such proportions as may be convenient to the 
seller, subject, however, to the provisions of Section 5 of Rule XXI. 

For delivery on and after September 9, 1918, all contracts for barley, 
by grade alone, delivered in store, for immediate or for future delivery, 
unless otherwise specified, shall be understood as for No. 4 Barley; 
provided, however, that No. 3 Barley and all higher grades may be 
delivered at a premium of five cents per bushel, in such proportions as 
may be convenient to the seller, but in no case shall any amount of 
less than 1,000 bushels of any one grade in any one elevator be deemed 
a valid tender; subject, however, to the provisions of Section 5 of Rule 
XXI. 

On contracts for wheat, rye, or oats, for future delivery in store 

in no case an amount less than 1,000 bushels of any one grade in one 

elevator, shall be deemed a valid tender. 

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Sec. 4. When a contract shall mature on Sunday or on a legal Sundays or 
holiday, delivery on such contract shall be made on the preceding 
business day. No property shall be tendered on any day upon which Tenders 
the Association shall hold no business session. 

Sec. 5. On contracts for grain sold in store without special agree- Delivery of 
ment as to delivery, the property shall be delivered before 2 :30 o'clock store. 
p. M. of the day of sale, or before 11:00 o'clock a. m. of the next busi- delivery of 
ness day, except as hereinafter provided. In case a purchase is cash grain, 
specified as for cash, it shall, if purchased before 1 :15 p. m., be delivered 
before 2:30 o'clock p. m. same day, except as hereinafter provided 
No property shall be tendered between the hours of 11:00 o'clock a. m. 
and 1:15 o'clock p. m., except on Saturdays, unless by special agree- 
ment. All deliveries under this section on Saturday shall be made 
before 12:00 o'clock m. In case of the tender of property during the Tenders during 

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temporary absence of the purchaser from his place of business, notice buyer. 
of such tender shall be left at his office, and he shall have the right to 
call for the same, and pay for it, within one hour thereafter. 



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Settlement of 
contracts by 
offset. 



Market value 
to be posted. 



Sec. 6. In case it shall appear that the delivery of any outstand- 
ing trade or contract between members of the Association may be 
offset by some other corresponding trade or contract, made by the 
parties with other members of the Association, and the parties to 
such trade or contract, or their authorized agents, consent to such 
offset, such trade or contract shall be deemed to have been settled, 
and any balance between the current market value of the property 
covered by such trade or contract, and the several contract prices 
shall be due and payable immediately by the party from whom such 
balance may be due to the party entitled to receive the same under 
his contract. The current market value of the property contracted 
for shall be conspicuously posted, at a stated hour each day, under 
» the direction of the Board of Directors, in the Exchange Hall and in 
the settlement room of the Board, which posting shall serve as a 
basis for the adjustment of all contracts settled, as herein provided 
on that day. 

Adjustment In order to facilitate the operation of this section, each member 

of balances on jg required to keep a settlement book in which shall be entered the 
emen . names of parties with whom settlements have been made, and the dates 
and terms of the trades included in such settlements, and the terms 
of such settlements, and the prices at which the commodities were 
originally sold or purchased, and the amounts due to or from him or 
them on each separate settlement, also the net amount due to or from 
him or them on all settlements; and the Board of Directors is hereby 
authorized to provide a suitable office, with the necessary employes, 
to which members shall be required, at stated hours each day, to 
make reports, showing the net balance due to or from each member, 
as shown by such settlement book, and also the general balance due 
to or from him or them upon all such settlements; each report to be 
accompanied with an acceptable check for the aggregate of balances, 
if any, due from him or them on the contracts so settled; whereupon, 
if said report is found to be correct, as compared with other reports 
rendered him, the person in charge of said office shall, at a stated hour 
each day, pay to each of tlie parties making such reports any balances 
which he may have collected, and which shall appear to be due to them 
by said reports, less such charges as shall be prescribed by the Board 
of Directors as compensation for the services of said office. 

Confirmation Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of each member or firm making a 

of transactions transaction for future delivery of grain or flaxseed in 5,000 or 1,000 
for future bushel lots, pork in 250 package lots, lard and D. S. short ribs and 

delivery, etc. j^ g ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^jg^j.g ^^ j^^g q£ 50,000 pounds, under the rules of the 

Association, to confirm such transaction by sending to the Clearing 
House a memorandum of the same by 6:00 o'clock P. M. of the day 
on which it is made; such memorandum shall be in writing, and shall 
state on its face the date of the transaction, the quantity and kind of 
property covered by the same, the month of delivery, the price, and 
the name of the party to whom sold o