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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 

FROM RETURNS OF 

NET INCOME 

FOR 1926 



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UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 

FROM 

RETURNS OF NET INCOME FOR 1926 

INCLUDING STATISTICS FROM 
ESTATE TAX RETURNS 



COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE 
COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE 

BY THE STATISTICAL SECTION, INCOME TAX UNIT 




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1928 

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CONTENTS 



Page 
Chart showing, by income classes, the number of individual income tax 

returns filed for the calendar year ended December 31, 1926 Frontispiece. 

Official transmittal 1-3 

INCOME TAX RETURNS 

Individual income tax returns 3-10,31-43,69-312 

Number of returns filed, net income, and tax, 1925 and 1926 3 

Simple and cumulative distribution, by income classes, of number of 

returns, net income, and tax 3-4 

Classification, by sex and family relationship 5 

Income exempt from normal tax 5 

Capital net loss from sale of assets held more than two years 6 

"Net loss for prior year," 1922 to 1926 6 

Credit of 25 per cent of tax on earned net income 6 

Sources of income 7 

Detailed sources, by income classes 7-8 

Percentage distribution 8 

Income from business reported by individuals having net income 

from all sources of $5,000 and over 9 

Distributed by industrial divisions, showing number of businesses 

and net profits reported, calendar year 1926 9 

Distributed by industrial divisions, showing number of busi- 
nesses and net profits reported, calendar year 1925 9-10 

Wholly and partially tax-exempt obligations 10 

Amount owned and interest received, by nature of obligation 10 

Returns, by counties and cities. 10 

Partnership returns of income 11 

Number of returns filed, 1917 to 1926 11 

Corporation income tax returns 11-30, 44r-49, 313-422 

Number of returns filed, net income, and tax, 1925 and 1926 11 

Distribution, by major industrial groups and by corporations re- 
porting net income and no net income 11-13 

"Net loss for prior year" 1922 to 1926 13 

Amount of corporation net income exempt from, and amount subject 

to tax 14 

Dividends paid to shareholders on capital stock of domestic corpora- 
tions 14 

Cash and stock dividends distributed, by years, 1922-1926 14 

Receipts and disbursements 14 

Percentage of gross profits from sales to gross sales, 1922-1926 15 

By size of net income and deficit 16 

Assets and liabilities — Statement prepared from income tax returns of 

corporations submitting balance sheets 16-21 

Distribution, by major items of assets and liabilities and by cor- 
porations reporting net income and no net income 360-401 

Comparative statement of the number of returns filed by corpo- 
rations and the number of balance sheets tabulated, distrib- 
uted by size of net income 21 

Corporation fiscal year returns 21-30 

Returns for fractional parts of years 1926 and 1925 21 

Returns for fiscal year, showing total number of returns, num- 
ber reporting net income and no net income, net income or de- 
ficit, net loss for prior year and income tax — included in corpo- 
ration tables for 1926 22-^6, 30 

Part 1 . Distributed by industrial groups 22-25 

Part 2. Distributed by the months ending the fiscal years-- 26 

Part 3. Distributed by size of net income or deficit 30 



rV CONTENTS 

Corporation income tax returns — Continued. 

Corporation fiscal year returns — Continued. Page 
Returns for fiscal year showing total number of returns, number 
reporting net income and no net income, net income or deficit, ' 
net loss for prior year and income tax — Included in corpora- 
tion tables in statistics of income for 1925, 27-30 

Part 1 . Distributed by industrial groups 27-28 

Part 2. Distributed by months ending the fiscal years 29 

Parts. Distributed by size of net income or deficit 30 

Historical summaries 31-49 

Summary of income and tax by years (individual returns) 31-37 

Individual returns, calendar years 1913-1926, showing number 

of returns and net income 31 

Income and profits taxes in individual returns, calendar years 

1913-1926 31 

Number of individual returns, calendar years 1914-1926, by 

income classes 32 

Net income, calendar years 1916-1926, by income classes 32-33 

Tax reported, calendar years 1916-1926, by income classes 33 

Average tax per return and average rate of tax per cent, calendar 

years 1916-1926, by income classes 34 

Total income distributed by main sources for calendar years 

1916-1926 35-37 

Changes in tax laws affecting the comparability of statistical 

data from income tax returns of individuals 37-43 

Table A. Individuals required to file returns, personal exemption, 
credit for dependents, and normal tax rates under 

the revenue acts, 1913-1926, inclusive 38 

Table B. Surtax rates under the revenue acts, 1913-1926, 

inclusive 39-41 

Table C. Supplemental income taxes and tax credits under the 

revenue acts of 1917-1926, inclusive 42-43 

Forms 1040-1040A Face 43 

Summary of income and tax by years (corporation returns) 44-46 

Total number, number and per cent reporting net income and no 

net income, and net income, 1909-1926 44 

Income and profits taxes, calendar years 1913-1926 44 

Number of returns, net income and deficit by size of net income 

and deficit for all corporations for years 1918-1926, inclusive. 45-46 
Changes in tax laws affecting the comparability of statistical 

data from income tax returns of corporations 47-49 

Corporation income and profits tax rates, exemptions and credits 
under the revenue acts of 1909-1926. inclusive (applicable to 

domestic corporations) 47-49 

Forms 1120 and 1120L Face 49 

Income and profits taxes paid foreign countries or possessions 

of the united states 1926 AND 1925 50 

ESTATE TAX RETURNS 

Estate tax returns filed during calendar year ended December 

31, 1927 50-68 

Table 1. Resident decedents — Form of property and nature of de- 
ductions, showing amounts, number of estates, and rela- 
tive percentages, by size of net estate 52-57 

Table 2. Resident decedents — Number, gross estate, net estate, de- 
ductions, total tax, tax credit, and net tax after deducting 
tax credit, distributed by States and Territories and by 

estates subject to tax and estates not subject to tax 58-59 

Table 2A. Resident decedents — Date of death after February 26, 1926 
(taxed under revenue act of 1926). Same distribution 

as Table 4 60-61 

Table 2B. Resident decedents — Date of death after June 2, 1924, 
and prior to February 26, 1926 (taxed under the revenue 

act of 1924). Same distribution as Table 4 62-63 

Table 2C. Resident decedents — Date of death prior to June 2, 1924 
(taxed under revenue acts in force prior to the revenue 
act of 1924) . Same distribution as Table 4 64-65 



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CONTENTS V 

Page 
Estate tax returns filed during calendar year ended December 
31, 1927— Continued 

Table 3. Resident decedents — Number, gross estate, net estate, de- 
ductions, total tax, tax credit, and net tax after deducting 

tax credit, distributed by size of net estate 66 

Table 4. Nonresident decedent — Number, gross estate, net estate, 
deductions, total tax, tax credit, and net tax after de- 
ducting tax credit, distributed by size of net estate 66 

Historical comparison, resident and nonresident decedents, September 

9, 1916, to December 31, 1927 67 

Changes in revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical 

data from estate tax returns 67-68 

Tax rates, specific exemptions, and credits against estate tax, under 

the various revenue acts 1916-1926, inclusive 67-68 

BASIC TABLES 

Individual income tax returns (1-11, inclusive): 
United States in aggregate (1-8) — 

1. By States and Territories 71-73 

2. By income classes 74-76 

3. Simple and cumulative, by income classes 77-79 

4. Sex and family relationship, by States and Territories 80-82 

5. Sex and family relationship, by income classes 83-85 

6. By sources of income, by States and Territories 86-88 

7. By sources of income, by income classes 89-91 

8. Wholly and partially tax-exempt obligations, by income 

classes _' 92-93 

States and Territories separately (9-11) — 

9. By income classes 93-167 

10. Historical comparison for the years 1916-1926, inclusive. . 168-178 

11. By counties and cities 178-312 

Corporation income tax returns (12-19, inclusive): 

United States in aggregate (12-18) — 

12. Distribution by States and Territories Follows 313 

13. Income statement showing analysis of receipts and disburse- 

ments, by major industrial groups — 

Parti". All corporations 315-319 

Part 2. Corporations reporting net income 319-323 

Part 3. Corporations reporting no net income 323-326 

14. Percentage distribution of Table 13 327-329 

15. By industrial groups and subgroups, 1920-1926, inclusive- 330-334 

16. Bv industrial groups and by States and Territories, 1920- 

1926, inclusive 1 335-355 

17. By size of net income and size of deficit 356-358 

18. Assets and liabilities — Statement by major industrial divi- 

sions and by size of net income 360-401 

States and Territories separately (19) — 

19. Historical comparison for the years 1916-1926, inclusive. _ 402-422 
Index 423-436 



STATISTICS OF INCOME, FROM RETURNS OF NET 
INCOME FOR 1926 



Treasury Department, 
Office of Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 

Washington, D. C, September, 24, 1928. 

Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith a report comprising a 
statistical analysis of the income tax returns for 1926 filed by indi- 
viduals, corporations, and partnerships during 1927 and of the 
estate tax returns, irrespective of the date of death of the decedent, 
likewise filed during 1927. The report also contains an historical 
presentation of the income and tax liability reported by individuals 
and corporations since the inception of the present period of income 
taxation under the sixteenth amendment to the Constitution. 

The income tax returns for 1926 were filed under the provisions of 
the revenue act of 1926. The year for which the income tax returns 
are filed is in general the calendar year. However, approximately 
8 per cent of the corporation returns showing net income of $2,000 
and over, representing nearly 113^ per cent of the total net income 
for corporations, and a negligible number of individual returns are 
for a fiscal year other than the calendar year. These returns are 
tabulated with the calendar year returns for the year in which the 
greater part of their accounting period falls. Thus there are included 
with the returns for the calendar year 1926, returns whose fiscal year 
ends after June 30, 1926, but not later than June 30, 1927. 

The statistics contained in this report are based on the taxpayers' 
returns as received, unaudited except for a preliminary examination 
to insure proper execution of the return. All income tax returns 
filed by individuals having net income of $5,000 and over and all 
returns filed by corporations, regardless of the size of net income, 
pass through the statistical section, and the data are tabulated from 
each of these returns. A sample of approximately 250,000 of the 
returns filed by individuals reporting net income of less than $5,000 
was analyzed, and the data obtained considered as fairly representa- 
tive of such returns. The average results from this sample group 
were applied to the total number of individual returns, showing net 
income of less than $5,000, to determine the data as published for 
these returns. 

Throughout this report "net income" means the excess of gross 
income, as defined in the revenue act effective for the year for which 
the returns are filed, over the deductions claimed by the taxpayer 
under the provisions of the respective acts; and for the purpose of 
distribution by income classes, the net income of individuals includes 
"capital net gain from sale of assets held more than two years." 
Similarly "deficit" means excess of deductions over gross income. 
Credits allowed individuals, such as personal exemption, credit for 

1 



Z STATISTICS OF INCOME 

dependents, "net loss for prior year," and "loss from the sale of 
capital assets held more than two years" (beginning with 1924) are 
not included in deductions; neither is the special credit of $2,000 for 
domestic corporations having net income of $25,000 or less, nor 
"net loss for prior year," included in deductions in arriving at net 
income of corporations. 

The classification on which the corporation returns are distributed 
into industrial groups is based on the predominant business of the 
corporations. The groups, however, do not represent corporations 
engaged purely in the industries in which they are classified, due to 
closely affiliated corporations fifing consofidated returns, which 
include the income and deductions of the subsidiary or affifiated 
concerns. If such subsidiary or affiliated concerns could be classified 
independently of the consolidated returns, they would fall in industrial 
divisions other than the ones in which they are included. 

The data for States and minor civil divisions, although compiled 
from returns filed in each locality, do not represent what may be 
called the geographical distribution of income, there being no way of 
ascertaining from the income tax returns the amount of income origi- 
nating in the respective States or the amount of tax paid on that 
basis, as income reported by an individual or corporation in one 
State may have been derived from sources in other States. 

An individual files his income tax return in the collection district 
in which his legal residence or principal place of business is located, 
and a corporation files its income tax return in the collection district 
in which its principal place of business or the principal office or agency 
is located. 

The amount of income tax liability returned for 1926, shown in the 
tabulations in this volume, is not altogether comparable with the 
amount of taxes collected during the calendar year 1927. A variety 
of factors is responsible for this discrepancy, several of the important 
of which are — 

1. The amount of tax originally reported on the returns does not 
always represent precisely the amount of tax paid for the reason 
that an adjustment may be made after the data have been taken 
from the original returns for the statistics of income. These adjust- 
ments may result in additional assessments, thereby increasing the 
tax liability; or, in certificates of overassessment, thereby decreasing 
the tax liability. An amended return has the same effect as an 
adjustment. 

2. Income and profits taxes paid to foreign governments or posses- 
sions of the United States are deductible from income taxes payable to 
the United States but are not deducted in the amount of tax liability 
shown herein. The aggregate amount of income and profits taxes 
paid to foreign governments or possessions of the United States 
reported by individuals and corporations is, however, shown. 

3. The amount of income taxes in fiscal year returns included in 
this tabulation may not represent taxes collected dui'ing 1927 on such 
returns. Fiscal year returns are required to be filed on or before 
the fifteenth day of the third month after the end of the fiscal year 
and payment, as in the case of calendar year returns, is required at 
the time when the return is filed, or in four quarterly installments. 
The first of the quarterly installments is due when the return is filed. 
Thus, during the calendar year 1927, collections were made of part or 
all of the taxes in returns for fiscal years ended from January 31, 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 6 

1926 (the last quarterly installment payment on which was due on 
or before January 15, 1927), to September 30, 1927 (the filing of, 
returns and the full payment or first installment payment on which 
for the fiscal year ended on the latter date was due on or before 
December 15, 1927); whereas, as described above, there are excluded 
from these statistics those returns for fiscal years ending prior to 
July 1, 1926, and subsequent to June 30, 1927. ' 

4. Delays in payment due to financial embarrassment, death, liqui- 
dation of business, or any other cause result in collection of taxes after 
the close of the year in which such taxes are due, and the classification 
of such collections as "back taxes," because made in a subsequent 
year. Certain amounts are uncollectible due likewise to the above 
causes. 

5. Current collections include such interest and penalty items as 
are received during the year in connection with delinquent payments 
on returns for 1926. 

INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RETURNS 

The returns for 1926 filed by individuals numbered 4,138,092, of 
which 2,470,990 were taxable and 1,667,102 nontaxable. The aggre- 
gate net income was $21,958,505,649 and the tax liabihty $732,470,790. 
As compared with the returns filed for the previous year the number 
for 1926 decreased by 32,959, or seventy-nine one-hundredths of 1 per 
cent. The total net income shows an increase of $63,929,246, or 
twenty-nine one-hundredths of 1 per cent, whereas the tax shows a 
decrease of $2,084,393, or twenty-eight one-hundredths of 1 per cent. 
The average net income is $5,306.43, the average amount of tax 
liabihty $177.01, and the average tax rate 3.34 per cent. For the 
preceding year the average net income was $5,249.16, the average 
amount of tax Uability was $176.11, and the average tax rate 3.35 per 
cent. The proportion of the population filing returns was 3.52 per 
cent, which for the preceding year was 3.60 per cent. 

DISTRIBUTION BY STATES AND BY INCOME CLASSES OF NUMBER OF 
RETURNS, NET INCOME AND TAX (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

The distribution of the returns of individuals and the net incorne 
and tax reported therein, by States and Territories, are shown in 
basic Table 1, pages 71-73. Table 2, pages 74-76 distributes the 
same data by income classes. 

SIMPLE AND CUMULATIVE DISTRIBUTION BY INCOME CLASSES, OF NUM- 
BER OF RETURNS, NET INCOME AND TAX (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

The distribution of the returns, by income classes, is exhibited in 
the following table, which shows the number of returns filed, the 
amount of net income and tax reported; also cumulative totals and 
relative percentages. In basic Table 3, pages 77-79 a similar dis- 
tribution of the number of returns, net income, and tax is shown by 
more detailed income classes. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Simple and cumulative distribution of individual returns, by incom,e classes, showing 
number of returns, net income, tax, and percentages, calendar year 1926 



Income classes 



Under $1,000..- 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to .$25,000 

$25,000 to.$50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000. . . 
$100,000 to $150,000-. 
$150,000 to $300,000. . 
$300,000 to $500,000.. 
$500,000 to $1,000,000. 
$1,000,000 and over.. 

Total 



Returns 



Simple distribution 



Number 



119, 513 

1, 045, 519 

837, 792 

1, 240, 400 

560, 549 

246, 730 

57, 487 

20, 520 

4,724 

3,267 

892 

468 

231 



Per cent 



2.89 
25.26 
20.25 
29.97 
13.55 
5.96 
1.39 
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.115 
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.012 
.006 



4, 138, 092 I 100. 00 



Cumulative distribu- 
tion over class below 



Number Per cent 



4, 138, 092 

4, 018, 579 

2, 973, 060 

2, 135, 268 

894, 868 

334, 319 

87, 589 

30, 102 

9,582 

4,858 

1,591 

699 

231 



100. 00 
97.11 
71.85 
51.60 
21.63 
8.08 
2.12 
.730 
.234 
.119 
.040 
.018 
.006 



Cumulative distribu- 
tion under class abo (re 



Number Per cent 



119, 513 
1, 165, 032 
2, 002, 824 
3, 243, 224 
3, 803, 773 
4, 050, 503 
4, 107, 990 
4, 128, 510 
4, 133, 234 

4. 136, 501 

4. 137, 393 
4, 137, 861 
4, 138, 092 



2.89 
28.15 
48.40 
78.37 
91.92 
97.88 
99.27 
99. 766 
99. 881 
99.960 
99. 982 
99. 994 
100.00 





Net income 


Income classes 


Simple distribution 


Cumulative distribution 
over class below 


Cumulative distribution 
under class above 




Amount 


Per cent 


Amount 


Per cent 


Amount 


Per cent 


Under $1,000 . 


$67, 237, 548 

1, 747, 917, 122 

2, 042, 903, 198 
4, 872, 788, 835 
3, 838, 953, 366 

3, 660, 622, 482 
1, 954, 653, 219 
1, 389, 339, 134 

570, 189, 915 
661,411,549 
340, 214, 162 
317, 881, 202 
494, 393, 917 


0.31 
7.96 
9.30 
22.19 
17.48 
16.67 
8.90 
6.33 
2.60 
3.01 
1.55 
1.45 
2.25 


$21, 958, 505, 649 

21, 891, 268, 101 

20, 143, 350, 979 

18, 100, 447, 781 

13, 227, 658, 946 

9, 388, 705, 580 

5, 728, 083, 098 

3, 773, 429, 879 

2, 384, 090, 745 

1, 813, 900, 830 

1, 152, 489, 281 

812, 275, 119 

494, 393, 917 


100.00 

99.69 

91.73 

82.43 

60.24 

42.76 

26.09 

17.19 

10.86 

8.26 

5.25 

3.70 

2.25 


$67, 237, 548 
1, 815, 154, 670 
3,858,057,868 
8, 730, 846, 703 
12, 569, 800, 069 
16, 230, 422, 551 
18, 185, 075, 770 
19,574,414,904 
20, 144, 604, 819 

20, 806, 016, 368 
21, 146, 230, 530 
21,464,111,732 

21, 958, 505, 649 


0.31 


$1,000 to $2,000 


8.27 


$2,000 to $3,000. . . 


17.57 


$3,000 to $5,000. . 


39.76 


$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to .$1,000,000.... 
$1,000,000 and over 


57.24 
73.91 
82.81 
89.14 
91.74 
94.75 
96.30 
97.75 
100.00 


Total 


21, 958, 505, 649 


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Income classes 


Simple distribution 


Cumulative distribution 
over class below 


Cumulative distribution 
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Amount 


Per cent 


Amount 


Per cent 


Under $1,000 . 


$55, 538 

1, 761, 233 

4, 216, 702 

7, 245, 433 

20, 272, 195 

72, 464, 803 

112,796,680 

140, 946, 589 

77, 900, 137 

103, 997, 156 

55, 255, 627 

53, 665, 366 

81, 893, 331 


0.01 
.24 

.58 
.99 
2.77 
9.89 
15.40 
19.24 
10.63 
14.20 
7.54 
7.33 
11.18 


$732, 470, 790 
732, 415, 252 
730,654,019 
726, 437, 317 
719, 191, 884 
698, 919, 689 
626, 454, 886 
513, 658, 206 
372,711,617 
294,811,480 
190, 814, 324 
135, 558, 697 
81, 893, 331 


100.00 
99.99 
99.75 
99.17 
98.18 
95.41 
85.52 
70.12 
50.88 
40.25 
26.05 
18.51 
11.18 


$55, 538 

1, 816, 771 

6, 033, 473 

13, 278, 906 

33, 551, 101 

106, 015, 904 

218, 812, 584 

359, 759, 173 

437, 659, 310 

541, 656, 466 

596, 912, 093 

650, 577, 459 

732, 470, 790 


0.01 


$1,000 to $2,000 - - . 


.25 


$2,000 to .$3,000 . 


.83 


$3,000 to .$5,000-.. 


1.82 


$5,000 to $10,000- 

$10,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $,50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000.... 
$1,000,000 and over 


4.59 
14.48 
29.88 
49.12 
59.75 
73.95 
81.49 
88.82 
100.00 


Total 


732, 470, 790 


100.00 

















STATISTICS OF INCOME O 

CLASSIFICATION, BY SEX AND FAMILY RELATIONSHIP (INDIVIDUAL 

RETURNS) 

The following table shows the number of individual returns and the 
net income distributed according to sex and family relationship. In 
basic Tables 4 and 5 (pp. 80-85) similar distributions of the 
number of returns, net income, and tax are shown by income classes 
and by States and Territories. 

Distribution of individual returns, by sex and family relationship, calendar year 1926 



Family relationship 



Returns 



Number Per cent 



Net income 



Amount Per cent 



Joint returns of husbands and wives, with or without 
dependent children, and of husbands whose wives, 

though living with them, file separate returns 

Wives filing separate returns from husbands 

Single men, heads of families.. 

Single women, heads of families 

Single men not heads of families ' 

Single women not heads of families'. 

Community-property income 

Total _ 



2, 017, 182 
113,550 
268, 090 
100, 284 

1, 146, 871 
449. 727 
42, 388 



48.75 
2.74 
6.48 
2.42 
27.71 
10.87 
1.03 



$13, 555, 920, 041 
1,110,205,587 
1, 102, 102, 279 

436, 421, 796 
3, 639, 033, 908 
1, 750. 899, 706 

363, 922, 332 



61.73 
5.06 
5.02 
1.99 

16.57 
7.97 
1.66 



4, 138, 092 



100.00 



21, 968, 505, 649 



100.00 



' Includes returns for income of estates or property held in trust. 

INCOME EXEMPT FROM NORMAL TAX (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

The net income specifically exempt from normal tax through per- 
sonal exemption, credits for dependents, dividends, interest on Gov- 
ernment obligations not wholly exempt from tax, capital net gain 
from sale of assets held more than two years, net loss for prior year, 
and net income subject to normal tax are shown in the following table : 



Net income exempt from and amount subject to normal tax, individual returns, 

calendar year 1926 



Distribution 


Amount 


Per cent 


Total net income 


$21, 958, 505, 649 


100.00 






Specific exemptions from normal tax: 

Personal exemption and credit for dependents 


12, 124, 075. 569 
1, 822, 859, 534 




Less exemption in excess of net income 








Net e.xemptions and credit for dependents.. 


10,301,216,035 1 46.91 


Dividends 


4,011,590,274 
36, 781, 773 

912,917,534 


18.27 


Interest on Government obligations not wholly exempt from tax 


.17 


Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years) ta.xed at 12}^ per 
cent in lieu of normal and surtaxes) . 


4.15 


Net income oflset by net loss for prior year 


27,411,767 .13 






Total net income e.xempt from normal ta.x. 


15,289,917,383 69.63 






Net income subject to normal tax .. . 


6, 668, 588, 266 


30.37 







6 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

CAPITAL NET LOSS FROM SALE OF ASSETS HELD MORE THAN TWO 
YEARS (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

Under the revenue acts of 1924 and 1926, loss from the sale of 
capital assets held more than two years is not deductible in arriving 
at ordinary net income subject to normal tax and surtax, if by deduct- 
ing such loss the tax is less than by taldng a tax credit of 123^ per 
cent of the amount of such loss. The revenue acts of 1918 and 1921 
permitted such loss to be deducted in arriving at ordinary net income. 
In order, therefore, that the amounts shown as ''net income" and 
"general deductions" in the Statistics of Income for 1924-1926 be 
made comparable with prior years, it is necessary that such losses 
be deducted from "net income" and that "general deductions" be 
increased by a hke amount. These adjustments have not been made 
in the "net income" and "general deduction" figures shown in the 
Statistics of Income for these years. 

Capital net loss from sale of assets held more than 2 years reported 

on individual income tax returns for 1926 $34, 574, 016 

Tax credit of 123^ per cent 4, 321, 752 

NET LOSS FOR PRIOR YEAR (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

The net loss during a given taxable year in a trade or business 
regularly carried on by the taxpayer, as specifically defined in the 
revenue acts of 1921, 1924, and 1926, is allowed as a deduction in 
computing the net income of the taxpayer for the succeeding taxable 
year. If such net loss is in excess of the net income (computed 
without such deduction) for that year, the amount of the excess may 
be carried over and allowed as a deduction in computing the net 
income for the next succeeding taxable year. 

The net losses for prior years have not been included in the "deduc- 
tion" and are therefore not deducted from "net income" shown in 
this volume. The "net loss for prior year" reported on individual 
income tax returns for the years 1922 to 1926 inclusive, is given 
below : 

Return for year: Amount 

1922 $45, 220, 859 

1923 34,266, 149 

1924 __ _ _ 29,869,182 

1925 _ _ 32,321,310 

1926 27,411,767 

CREDIT OF 25 PER CENT OF TAX ON EARNED NET INCOME (INDIVIDUAL 

RETURNS) 

The credit of 25 per cent of the tax on earned net income applies 
to the tax on the first $5,000 of taxable net income, and if specifically 
earned, to the tax on an amount not exceeding $10,000 under the 
revenue act of 1924 apphcable to returns for 1924, and to an amount 
not exceeding $20,000 under the revenue act of 1926 applicable to 
returns for 1925 and 1926. 

Earned net income tax credit reported on returns for the years 
1924-1926 is as follows: 

Return for year: Amount 

1924 ■ $30,637,463 

1925 24,570,183 

1926 24,646,993 



STATISTICS OF INCOME / 

SOURCE OF INCOME (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

Immediately following is shown a summary of the income reported 
by individuals distributed by sources; also general deductions. 

Sources of income and deductions in individual returns, calendar year 1926 



Distribution 


Amount 


Per cent 


Wages and salaries 


$9, 994, 314, 530 
3, 572, 895, 708 
1, 732, 581, 033 

1, 465, 625, 374 
912, 917, 534 


39 27 


Business' . . . . 


14 04 


Partnerships 


6 81 


Profits from sale of real estate, stocks, bonds, etc., other than capital net gain 
from sale of assets held more than 2 vears .. 


5 76 


Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years _ . 


3 59 






Total 


17, 678, 334, 179 


69 47 






Rents and royalties ... 


1, 450, 759. 713 

1,936,604,432 

36, 781, 773 

4,011,590,274 

333, 365, 460 


5 70 


Interest and investment income .. 


7 61 


Interest on Government obligations not wholly exempt from tax . 


15 


Dividends . . 


15 76 


Fiduciary ... ... 


1 31 






Total 


7, 769, 101, 652 


30 53 






Total income _ 


25, 447, 435, 831 


IOC 00 






General deductions: 

Miscellaneous deductions.. 


2, 826, 509, 251 

178, 215, 623 
484, 205, 308 


11 11 


Loss from sale of real estate, stocks and bonds, other than loss from sale of 
assets held more than 2 years. 


70 


Contributions . . 


1 90 






Total 


3, 488, 930, 182 


13 71 






Net income 


21, 958, 505, 649 


86 29 







See also p. 91. 



The following table shows, by size of net income, the distribution 
of the income by sources. The distribution, by sources, by States, 
and by smaller income classes, is shown in basic tables 6 and 7 (pp. 
86-91). The percentage distribution of income, by sources, is 
shown in the second table following. 



Total income in individual returns distributed by income classes, showing sources of 
income in detail, calendar year 1926 



Income classes 


Wages and 
salaries 


Business 


Partnerships 


Profits from 
sale of real 
estate, stocks, 
bonds, etc., 
other than 
capital net 
gain from 

sale of assets 
held more 

than 2 years 


Capital net 
gain from 

sale of 
assets held 
more than 

2 years 


Under $1,000 


$44, 958, 444 
1, 424, 419, 304 


$60, 010, 693 


.tS. 490. 336 


$4, 830, 370 
16,612,851 
37, 233, 683 
182, 670, 503 
257, 327, 604 
41fi 400 95« 




$1,000 to $2,000 


232, 586, 384 t .'^1. 9.W. 144 




$2,000 to .$3,000 


1,290,024,058 


397, 578, 080 
1, 144, 197, 707 
857, 786, 703 
548, 433, 643 
179, 918, 628 
89 292, 649 


70, 819, 981 
294, 526, 273 
377, 724, 834 
394, 905, 493 




$3,000 to .$5,000 


2, 871, 518, 160 

1, 884, 976, 423 

1, 408, 251, 977 

546, 882, 765 

284, 312, 483 

89, 137, 434 

87, 112, 702 

29, 580, 524 

16, 892, 188 

16, 248, 068 




$5,000 to $10,000 




$10,000 to .$25,000 




$25,000 to $.SO,000 


211 800 790 ' ■"■>*! s«i 9ifi 


$28, 159, 437 
141, 509, 904 
100.669,193 
157 514 302 


$50,000 to $100,000 


1.W m.'< ifM 


121, 556, 169 
38, 956, 448 
46, 564, 891 
23, 713, 454 
18, 123, 294 
35, 274, 663 


$100,000 to $150,000 


25, 880, 635 ^^ ."^-ift ^74 


$150,000 to $300,000 


20, 645, 692 
8, 765, 382 
5, 367, 627 
2, 431, 885 


74, 715, 398 
24, 708, 556 
22,670,211 
14, 668, 639 


$300,000 to $500,000 


119 783 358 


$500,000 to $1,000,000 


116 610 555 


$1,000,000 and over 


248, 670, 785 




Total. 


9, 994, 314, 530 


3, 572, 895, 708 


1, 732, 581, 033 


1, 465, 625, 374 


912 917 534 







O STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Total income in individual returns distributed by income classes, showing sources of 
income in detail, calendar year 1926 — Continued 



Income classes 


Rents and 

royalties 


Interest and 

investment 

income 


Interest on 

Govern- 
ment obli- 
gations 
reported 
for surtax 


Dividends 


Fiduciary- 


Total income 


Under $1,000 


$33, 687, 120 

130, 535, 660 

185, 020, 821 

411,535,600 

264, 829, 625 

217, 608, 251 

100, 319, 752 

54, 847, 300 

17, 343, 930 

16, 377, 628 

7, 149, 724 

6, 878, 639 

4, 625, 663 


$21, 643, 461 
118,678,229 
172,849,676 
405, 751, 989 
353, 635, 399 
374, 676, 409 
205, 105, 777 
133, 436, 035 
49, 101, 417 
47, 359, 500 

17, 876, 128 
18, 177, 827 

18, 312, 585 




$21, 615, 483 
44, 570, 002 
83, 560, 839 
280, 481, 473 
435, 309, 295 
815, 445, 960 
666, 606, 363 
578, 783, 618 
271, 148, 040 
301, 486, 780 
150, 981, 925 
154, 877, 588 
206, 722, 908 


Si, 490, 714 
8, 402, 109 
14, 759, 290 

35, 461, 675 
59, 483, 246 
84, 822, 374 
56, 382, 318 

36, 488, 734 
12, 084, 544 

9, 910, 864 
5, 532, 752 

3, 776, 887 

4, 769, 953 


$193,726,621 
2, 007, 762, 683 
2, 251, 846, 428 
5, 626 143 380 


$1,000 to $2,000 




$2,000 to $3,000 




$3,000 to $5,000 




$5,000 to $10,000 




4, 491, 073, 129 


$10,000 to $25,000... 
$25,000 to $50,000... 
$50,000 to $100,000.. 
$100,000 to $150,000.. 
$150,000 to $300,000.. 
$300,000 to $500,000.. 
$500,000 to $1,000,000 
$1,000,000 and over. 


$14,215,633 
9, 376, 658 
6, 595, 249 
2, 069, 696 
1, 859, 921 
1, 164, 932 
700, 781 
798, 903 


4, 274, 759, 968 
2, 270, 913, 704 
1, 599, 865, 245 
661, 940, 611 
763, 547, 678 
389, 256, 735 
364, 075, 597 
552, 524, 052 


Total 


1, 450, 759, 713 


1, 936, 604, 432 


36, 781, 773 


4,011,590,274 


333, 365, 460 


25, 447, 435, 831 



Percentage distribution of total income in individual returns, by income classes, 
showing sources of income in detail, calendar year 1926 



Income classes 



Wages 

and 
salaries 



Business 



Partner- 
ships 



Profits from 
sale of real 

estate, 

stocks, 
bonds, etc. 
other than 
capital net 
gain from 

sale of 
assets held 
more than 

2 years 



Capital 
net gain 
from sale 
of assets 
held more 
than 2 
years 



Rents 

and 

royalties 



Under $1,000 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000... 
$100,000 to $150,000.. 
$150,000 to $300,000.. 
$300,000 to $500,000. . 
$500,000 to $1,000,000 
$1,000,000 and over.. 

Total. 



23.21 
70.94 
57.29 
51.04 
41.97 
32.94 
24.08 
17.77 
13.46 
11.41 
' 7.60 
4.64 
2.94 



30.98 
11.59 
17.66 
20.34 
19.10 
12.83 
7.92 
5.58 
3.91 
2.70 
2.25 
1.47 
.44 



2.83 
1.59 
3.14 
5.23 
8.41 
9.24 
9.33 
9.57 
8.39 
9.78 
6.35 
6.23 
2.66 



2.49 
.83 
1.65 
3.25 
5.73 
9.74 
11.73 
7.60 
5.89 
6.10 
6.09 
4.98 
6.38 



39.27 



14.04 



6.81 



5.7Q 



1.24 
8.85 
15.21 
20.63 
30.77 
32.03 
45.01 



17.39 
6.50 
8.22 
7.31 
5.90 
6.09 
4.42 
3.43 
2.62 
2.15 
1.84 
1.89 
.84 



3.59 



5.70 



Income classes 



Under $1,000 

$1,000 to $2,000. 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to .$25,000 

$25,000 to .$.50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000... 
$100,000 to $150,000.. 
$150,000 to $300,000.. 
$300,000 to $500,000.. 
$500,000 to $1,000,000 
$1,000,000 and over.. 

Total 



Interest 

and 
invest- 
ments 



11.17 
5.91 
7.67 
7.21 
7.88 
8.76 
9.03 
8.34 
7.42 
6.20 
4.59 
4.99 
3.31 



7.61 



Interest 
on Gov- 
ernment 

obliga- 
tions not 

wholly 
exempt 
from tax 



0.33 
.41 
.41 
.31 
.24 
.30 
.19 
.15 



.15 



Divi- 
dends 



11.16 

2.22 

3.71 

4.99 

9.69 

19.08 

29.36 

36.17 

40.96 

39.49 

38.79 

42.54 

37.41 



15.76 



Fiduciary 



.77 

.42 

.66 

.63 

1.32 

1.99 

2.48 

2.28 

1.83 

1.30 

1.42 

1.04 



1.31 



Total 
income 



100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 



100. 00 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



INCOME FROM BUSINESS REPORTED BY INDIVIDUALS HAVING NET 
INCOME FROM ALL SOURCES OF $5,000 AND OVER 

The income derived from business other than from partnerships 
reported by individuals whose net income from all sources was 
$5,000 and over is shown according to the nature of the business in 
the following tables for 1926 and 1925. These data represent only 
such amounts reported by individuals as were derived from business 
operations conducted as sole proprietors and do not necessarily indicate 
the principal occupation of, or the total income reported by, the person 
making the return. 

The income from business on the returns showing net income of 
less than $5,000 is not given by industrial divisions for 1926, as the 
sample of the returns in this class previously referred to was not 
sufficiently comprehensive to determine the number of businesses in 
each industrial division. 

Income from business, distributed by industrial divisions, showing number of 
businesses and net profits from business reported by individuals having net 
income from all sources of $5,000 and over 

CALENDAR YEAR 1926 



Industrial groups 



Number 
of busi- 
nesses 
reported 



Per cent 



Net profit 
from business 



Per cent 



Agriculture and related industries - 
Mining and quarrying 



14, 767 
1,546 



6.77 
.71 



$84, 435, 186 
25, 785, 109 



Manufacturing: 

Food products, beverages, and tobacco. 

Textiles and textile products, __ 

Leather and leather products 

Rubber and rubber goods 

Lumber and wood products... 

Paper, pulp, and products.. 

Printing and publishing 

Chemicals and allied substances 

Stone, clay, and glass products... 

Metal and metal products 

All other manufacturing industries 



3,084 

2,853 

311 

118 

872 

167 

2,009 

513 

658 

2,177 

1,274 



1.41 
1.31 
.14 
.05 
.40 
.08 
.92 
.24 
.30 
1.00 
.58 



24, 215, 522 

28, 193, 132 

3, 199, 146 

1, 088, 583 

8, 058, 536 

1, 726, 240 

16, 592, 500 

5, 934, 455 

5, 918, 820 

20, 251, 633 

13, 127, 399 



Total manufacturing. 



14, 036 



6.43 



128, 305, 966 



Construction 

Transportation and other public utilities. 
Trade 



Service — professional, amusements, hotels, etc... 

Finance— banking, insurance, real estate and stockbrokers, 

etc 

Business not sufficiently defined to be classed with any other 

division 



13, 209 

3,680 

56,316 

79, 948 

13, 615 

21, 031 



6.05 

1.69 

25.82 

36.65 

6.24 

9.64 



115,572,437 

26, 122, 370 

415,492,416 

659, 552, 748 

130, 672, 576 

152, 584, 036 



Grand total. 



218, 148 100. 00 



1,738,522,844 



4.86 
1.48 



1.39 
1.62 
.19 
.06 
.46 
.10 
.95 
.34 
.34 
1.17 
.76 



7.38 



6.65 

1.50 

23.90 

37.93 

7.52 

8.78 



100.00 



CALENDAR YEAR 1925 



Agriculture and related industries. 
Mining and quarrying 



14,810 
1,383 



Manufacturing: 

Food products, beverages, and tobacco. 

Textiles and textile products _ 

Leather and leather products _ 

Rubber and rubber goods __ 

Lumber and wood products 

Paper, pulp, and jiroducts 

Printing and publishing 

Chemicals and allied substances 

Stone, clay, and glass products 

Metal and metal products _. 

All other manufacturing industries 



3,244 

2,881 

269 

96 

933 

132 

1,862 

518 

666 

2,366 

1, 034 



Total manufacturing. 



14,C01 



7.27 

.68 



1.59 
1.42 
.13 
.05 
.46 
.00 
.92 
.25 
.33 
1.16 
.51 



$84, 752, 047 
17, 716, 133 



25,516,472 

28, 137, 971 

2, 612, 982 

974, 116 

8, 744, 235 

1, 439, 593 

l.'i, 542, 705 

6,012,064 

6, 212.030 

22, 590, 576 

10, 560, 2C9 



6. 88 128, 348, 953 



5.22 
1.09 



1.57 
1.74 
.16 
.06 
.54 
.09 
.96 
.37 
.38 
1.30 
.65 

7.91 



10 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Income from business, distributed by industrial divisions, showing number of 
businesses and net profits from business reported by individuals having net 
income from all sources of $5,000 and over — Continued 



CALENDAR YEAR 1925— Continued 



Industrial groups 


Number 
of busi- 
nesses 
reported 


Per cent 


Net profit 
from business 


Per cent 


Construction 


13, 741 

3,494 

58, 935 

72, 575 

14, 945 
9,692 


6.75 

1.72 

28.95 

35.65 

7.34 

4.76 


$119, 490, 715 

24, 901, 370 

445, 010, 459 

580, 948, 023 

155, 451, 845 

67, 018, 753 


7.36 


Transportation and other public utilities 


1.53 


Trade 


27.41 


Service — professional, amusements, hotels, etc 


35.78 


Finance— banking, insurance, real estate and stockbrokers, 
etc - -- .--.-. - -- 


9.57 


Business not sufficiently defined to be classed with any other 
division . - - - - - - 


4.13 






Grand total 


203, 576 


100.00 


1, 623, 638, 298 


100.00 







wholly and partially tax-exempt obligations (individual 

returns) 

The following tabulation shows the wholly and partially tax- 
exempt securities owned and interest received therefrom, by nature 
of obligation, reported by individuals having net income of $5,000 
and over. The amount owned and interest received, by income class 
distribution, are shown in basic Table 8 (p. 92). 

Tax-exempt obligations, showing amount oivned and interest received, by nature of 
obligation, calendar year 1926 



Nature of obligation 


Amount 


Interest 
received 


Wholly tax-exempt obligations: 

Obligations of States and Territories or political subdivisions thereof 


$2, 793, 496, 116 
535, 141, 443 

757, 685, 408 


$140, 018, 300 
26, 175, 213 


Liberty 3}^ per cent bonds and obligations of the possessions of the 


29, 298, 087 






Total wholly tax-exempt obligations .- 


4,086,322,967 
1, 510, 402, 661 


195, 491, 600 


Partially tax-exempt obligations: 

Liberty 4 and 4M per cent bonds, Treasury certificates of indebtedness, 
notes, and war-savings certificates.. 


64, 788, 345 






Grand total . 


5, 596, 725, 628 


260, 279, 945 







RETURNS, BY COUNTIES AND CITIES (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

The number of returns of individuals filed for the calendar year 
1926, by counties, cities, townships, and post offices, is shown in 
basic Table 11 (pp. 178-312). This tabulation does not represent an 
exact count of returns for each civil division, but is a very close ap- 
proximation of the number of returns filed. The following method is 
used: Index cards of the returns of net income filed in each collec- 
tion district are prepared in the offices of the collectors of internal 
revenue. These cards are arranged by counties and cities, and the 
number is calculated by measurement on the basis of a certain num- 
ber of cards to the inch. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



11 



PARTNERSHIP RETURNS OF INCOME 

Partnership returns, except for the war excess-profits tax of 1917, 
are not subject to direct assessment, the income being reported in 
the individual returns filed by the copartners according to their dis- 
tributive share, whether distributed or not. 

The number of returns of net income filed by partnerships from 
1917 to 1926, inclusive, is as follows: 



Year: Number 

1917 31,701 

1918 100, 728 

1919 175,898 

1920 240, 767 

1921 259,359 



Year: Number 

1922 287,959 

1923 304,996 

1924 321,158 

1925 309,414 

1926 295,425 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS 

Corporation income tax returns for 1926 numbered 455,320, of 
which 258,134 show net income aggregating $9,673,402,889 and tax 
$1,229,797,243. For the calendar year 1925 corporations filed 430,072 
returns, of which 252,334 show net income totaling $9,583,683,697 
and tax of $1,170,331,206. The tax rate for 1926 is 13 3^^ per cent as 
compared with 13 per cent for 1925. Had the returns for 1926 been 
made at 13 per cent, the tax would have been about $1,184,249,175, 
or $45,548,068 less than at the higher rate. 



DISTRIBUTION, BY INDUSTRIAL GROUPS, OF NUMBER OF RETURNS, 
INCOME, AND TAX (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

The table immediately following shows the returns of corporations 
distributed by industrial groups and segregated according to "Cor- 
porations reporting net income," and "Corporations reporting no 
net income." Basic Table 12 (p. 314), shows the returns distributed 
by States and Territories and by those showing net income and no 
net income. 

In analyzing the data compiled for corporations classified under 
"Finance — banking, insurance, real estate and holding companies, 
stockbrokers, etc.," allowance should be made for the two special 
deductions from gross income permitted life insurance companies. 
These special deductions, totaling approximately $400,000,000, repre- 
sent (1) the excess of 4 per cent of the mean of reserve funds over the 
tax-exempt interest received by the company, and (2) 2 per cent of 
the reserve held for deferred dividends. (See pars. (2) and (4) of 
subdivision (a) of sec. 245 of the revenue act of 1926.) 

These special deductions for life insurance companies in basic Tables 
13 and 14 are included in "Miscellaneous expense" under "Disburse- 
ments," although they are not expense items. 

91073—28 2 



12 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Corporation returns, distributed by inajor industrial groups and by corporations 
reporting net income and no net income, showing number of returns and per cent 
of total, gross income, deductions, net income (or deficit), net loss for prior year, 
and iiicome tax, calendar year 1926 ' 





Total 
number 

of 
returns 


Corporations reporting net income 


Industrial groups 


Number 

of 
returns 


Per 

cent of 
total 

report- 
ing 


Gross income 


Deductions 


Agriculture and related industries 


10, 688 
19, 252 


4,698 
6,006 


43.96 
31.20 


$615, 141, 114 
3, 207. 941, 783 


$544, 329, 543 


Mining and quarrying 


2, 752, 143. 497 


Manufacturing: 

Food products, beverages, and tobacco.. 
Textiles and textile products .. 


15, 5.05 

13, 436 
2,491 
680 
7,862 
2,024 

10, 545 
7,286 
4,606 

20, 054 
8,755 


9,239 
7.708 
1,413 
339 
4,591 
1,365 
6,931 
4,076 
2,762 
11.989 
4,681 


59.59 
57.37 
56.72 
49.85 
58.39 
67.44 
65.73 
55.94 
59.96 
59.79 
53.47 


11, 678, 178, 959 
5,354,116,761 

1. 234. 232, 089 
1, 147, 454, 781 

2, 330, 766. 403 
1, 430, 425, 903 
2, 196, 254, 298 
7, 322, 286, 642 
1, 500, 050, 797 

16, 661, 792, 513 


11. 085, 738. 787 
5, 039, 467, 444 


Leather and leather products _ _ . 


1, 160, 373, 415 


Rubber and rubber goods .. 


1, 109. 953, 804 




2, 157, 794, 471 




1, 309, 966, 292 




1, 992. 747. 329 


Chemicals and allied substances.. 

Stone clay, and glass products 


6, 537, 131, 486 
1, 304, 884, 513 


Metal and metal products 


14. 858. 348. 468 


All other manufacturing industries 


2,066,034,830 1 1.870,397,861 


Total manufacturing 


93, 244 


55. 094 


59. 09 


.52,921,593.976 


48, 426, 803, 870 




16, 770 
25, 100 
112, 705 

32, 257 

130, 433 

14,871 


10. 075 
15, 444 
71, 403 

17, 755 

76, 819 

840 


60. 08 
61.53 
63.35 

55.04 

58.90 

5.65 


2. 287. 547, 857 
13, 518, 652. 542 
33. 459, 062, 756 

2. 628, 039. 969 

9, 356, 744, 267 

27. 393. 023 


2, 124, 978, 854 


Transportation and other public utilities. .. 
Trade . . 


11,795,253,921 
32, 293, 505, 194 


Service— professional, amusements, hotels. 


2, 367, 058, 717 


Finance — banking, insurance, real estate 
and holding companies, stockbrokers, etc.. 

Nominal concerns— nature of business not 
given --- 


2 8,019,851,483 
24, 789. 319 


Grand total 


455, 320 


258, 134 


56.69 


118,022,117.287 


108, 348, 714, 398 













Corporations reporting net income 


Industrial groups 


Net income 


Net loss for 
prior year 
deductions 

from 
net income 
for net tax- 
able income 


Income tax 




Amount 


Per cent 
of net 
income 


Per cent 

of total 

tax 


Agriculture and related industries 


$70,811,571 
455. 798, 286 


$4, 882, 439 
25, 480, 135 


$8, 175, 458 
57. 307. 996 


11.54 
12.56 


0.67 
4.66 








Manufacturing: 

Food products, beverages, and 


592. 440, 172 

314. 649, 317 

73, 858, 674 

37. 500, 977 

172, 971, 932 

120,459.611 

203, 506, 969 

785, 155, 156 

195, 166, 284 

1, 803, 444, 045 

195,636,969 


9, 512, 132 
9, 817, 712 

2, 837, 032 
831.178 

•5.516,038 

3, 475, 010 
3, 793, 896 

18, 918, 235 
2, 357, 776 

30, 516, 555 
9. 569, 559 


77, 147, 310 
39, 829, 341 
9, 357, 909 
4, 866, 739 
21, 906, 671 
15,610,141 
25, 857, 691 

102, 963, 663 
25, 542, 126 

237, 077, 170 
24, 348, 732 


13.02 
12.66 
12.67 
12.97 
12.66 
12.96 
12.71 
13.11 
13.08 
13.15 
12.45 


6.27 


Textiles and textile products . .. . . 


3.24 


Leather and leatlier products 


.76 


Rubber and rubber goods 


.40 


Lumber and wood products 


1.78 


Paper, pulp, and products 


1.27 
2.10 


Chemicals and allied substances. 

Stone, clay, and glass products 


8.37 
2.08 
19.28 


All other manufacturing industries — 


1.98 


Total manufacturing. 


4,494,790,106 


97, 145, 123 


584, 507, 493 


13. 00 


47. 53 


Construction . 


162, 569, 003 
1, 723, 398, 621 
1, 165, 557, 562 

260, 981. 252 

1, 336, 892, 784 
2, 603, 704 


9, 201, 418 
15. 730, 201 
34, 613, 528 

11,170,107 

37, 325, 822 
303, 139 


19, 146, 036 
228, 662, 641 
140, 522, 646 

31, 040, 096 

2 160, 214, 776 
220, 101 


n.78 

13.27 
12.06 

11.89 

11.98 
8.45 


1.55 


Transportation and other public utilities. - 
Trade... 


18.59 
11.43 


Service — professional, amiissements, hotels, 
etc 


2.52 


Finance— banking, insurance., real estate 
and holding companies, stockbrokers. 


13.03 


Nominal concerns— nature of business not 
given 


.02 


Grand total 


9, 673, 402, 889 


235, 851, 912 


1, 229, 797, 243 


12.71 


100. 00 







' Fiscal-year returns are included. See pp. 1 and 21. 

> Includes special nonexpense deductions of life insurance companies. See p. 11. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



13 



Corporation returns, distributed by major industrial groups and by corporations 
reporting net income and no net income, showing number of returns and per cent 
of total, gross income, deductions, net income or defict , net loss for prior year, 
and income tax, calendar year 1926 ^ — Continued 



Industrial groups 



Agriculture and related industries 

Mining and quarrying 

Manufacturing: 

Food products, beverages, and to- 
bacco. 

Textiles and textile products 

Leather and leather products 

Rubber and rubber goods 

Lumber and wood products 

Paper, pulp, and products 

Printing and publishing 

Chemicals and allied substances.. 

Stone, clay, and glass products 

Metal and metal products 

All other manufacturing industries 

Total manufacturing- 

Construction.. 

Transportation and other public util- 
ities 

Trade 

Service — professional, amusements, 
hotels, etc 

Finance — banking, insurance, real es- 
tate and holding companies, stock- 
brokers, etc 

Nominal concerns— nature of business 
not given 

Grand total 





Cori 


Jorations reporti 


ng no net income 




Number 

of 
returns 


Per cent 
of total 
report- 
ing 


Gross income 


Deductions 


Deficit 


5,990 


56.04 


$249, 342, 235 


.$305, 007, 361 


$55, 665, 126 


13, 246 


68. 80 


1, 339, 758, 512 


1, 523, 232, 374 


183,473,862 


6,266 


40.41 


1,797.883.399 


1,893,192,201 


95, 308, 802 


5,728 


42.63 


2, 398, 617, 078 


2, 593, 781. 394 


195,164,316 


1,078 


43.28 


427, 012, 389 


4.54, 448, 277 


27, 435, 888 


341 


50.15 


452, 909, 353 


477. 673, 447 


24, 764, 094 


3,271 


41.61 


738, 044, 554 


807, 240, 321 


69, 195, 767 


659 


32.56 


221, 834, 410 


236, 196, 458 


14, 362, 048 


3,614 


34.27 


351,189,797 


382, 196, 109 


31, 006, 312 


3,210 


44.06 


768, 1.52, 970 


8.37,431,964 


69. 278, 994 


1,844 


40.04 


164, 876, 462 


186.988,502 


22,112,040 


8,065 


40.21 


1, 792, 082, 323 


1, 984, 656, 624 


192, 574, 301 


4,074 


46.53 


460.600,317 


506, 084, 591 


45. 484, 274 


38, 150 


40.91 


9, 573. 203. 052 


10, 359, 889. 888 


786, 686, 836 


6,695 


39.92 


528, 547, 998 


582, 169, 246 


53, 621, 248 


9,656 


38.47 


1, 245, 630, 785 


1.36.5,804,958 


120, 174, 173 


41, 302 


36.65 


7, 478, 473, 042 


7, 809, 471, 101 


330. 998, 059 


14, 502 


44.96 


732, 271, 926 


836, 043, 668 


103, 771, 742 


53, 614 


41.10 


2, 942, 935, 998 


2 3, 470, 968, 342 


528, 032, 344 


14, 031 


94.35 


17, 572, 022 


23,858,934 


6, 286, 912 


197, 186 


43.31 


24, 107, 735, 570 


26, 276, 445, 872 


2, 168, 710, 302 



1 Fiscal-year returns are included. See pp. 1 and 21. 

' Includes special nonexpense deductions of life insurance companies. See p. 11. 



NET LOSS FOR PRIOR YEAR (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

The net loss during a given taxable year in a trade or business 
regularly carried on by the taxpayer, as specifically defined in the 
revenue acts of 1921, 1924, and 1926, is allowed as a deduction in 
computing the net income of the taxpayer for the succeeding taxable 
year. If such net loss is in excess of the net income (computed 
without such deduction) for that year, the amount of the excess may 
be carried over and allowed as a deduction in computing the net 
income for the next succeeding taxable year. 

The net losses for prior years have not been included in the "de- 
duction" and are therefore not deducted from "net income" shown 
in this volume. 

Net loss for prior year reported in the corporation returns filed for 
the years 1922 to 1926, inclusive, is given below: 

Return for vear: Amount 

1922.. I S501, 780, 287 

1923 578, 307, 088 

1924 219, 727, 166 

1925 . 243,078,565 

1926 235,851,912 



14 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



AMOUNT OF CORPORATION NET INCOME EXEMPT FROM, AND AMOUNT 

SUBJECT TO TAX 

The corporation net income for the current year subject to tax is 
reduced by a credit of $2,000 allowed corporations with net incomes 
of $25,000 or less. For corporations with net incomes in excess of 
$25,000, but not in excess of $25,270, the method of computing the 
tax, as provided for in the revenue act, affords a variable amount 
of credit, but in every case less than $2,000. A deduction for "Net 
loss for prior year" from net income for the current year is likewise 
permitted. The net income reported, also the net income not sub- 
ject to, and the amount subject to tax in corporation returns for 
1926 are shown below: 

Net income $9, 673, 402, 889 

Net income not subject to tax: 

Net loss for prior year $235, 851, 912 

Specific credit of $2,000 for corporations 
with net income, not in excess of $25,000, 
and a variable amount of credit for cor- 
porations with net income in excess of 
$25,000 but not in excess of $25,270 (esti- 
mate) 318, 659, 718 

Total 554, 511, 630 

Net income subject to tax 9, 118, 891, 259 

DIVIDEND DISTRIBUTION (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

The amount of cash and stock dividends paid to shareholders on 
the capital stock of domestic corporations, as reported in the cor- 
poration income-tax returns for 1926, is shown by States and Terri- 
tories in basic Table 12 and by industrial divisions in basic Table 13. 
A presentation of the aggregate amounts of dividends distributed 
for the years 1922 to 1926, inclusive, for all corporations is given 
below. 

Cash and stock dividends distribuied, by years 



Year 


Aggregate 


Corporations reporting net 
income 


Corporations reporting no 
net income 


Cash 
dividends 


Stock 
dividends 


Cash 
dividends 


Stools: 
dividends 


Cash 
dividends 


Stock 
dividends 


1922 

1923 

1924 

1925 

1926 


$3, 436, 715, 104 
4,169,117,678 
4, 338, 822, 858 
5, 189, 474, 507 
5, 945, 292, 657 


$3, 348, 049, 865 
891, 285, 583 
510, 525. 809 
544,431,367 
757, 649, 610 


$3, 152, 869, 985 

3, 820, 619, 642 
3, 994, 990, 754 

4, 817, 301, 320 

5, 530, 210, 586 


$3, 166, 915, 574 
787, 167, 102 
466, 820, 095 
502, 489, 520 
716,219,451 


$253, 845, 119 
348, 498, 036 
343, 832, 104 
372, 173. 187 
415, 082, 071 


$181, 134, 291 
104,118,481 
43, 705, 714 
41, 941, 847 
41, 430, 159 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

The income statement of corporation receipts and disbursements, 
also net profit (or deficit) deductions, net income, tax, net profit after 
deducting tax, and cash and stock dividends, distributed by major 
industrial groups, is shown in basic Table 13, pages 315-326. Part 1 
shows the data for all corporations, part 2 for corporations reporting 
net income, and part 3 for corporations reporting no net income. 
Basic Table 14, pages 327-329 shows for all corporations the income 
and disbursement items expressed in percentages of total receipts 
and the profits from sales in percentages of gross sales. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



15 



PERCENTAGE OF GROSS PROFITS FROM SALES TO GROSS SALES (COR- 
PORATION RETURNS) 

The following table presents for the years 1922-1926, inclusive, 
comparable percentages for gross profits from sales to gross sales. 
In basic Table 10 of Statistics of Income for 1924 and 1925, the items 
for "gross profits from sales" are expressed as percentages of total 
receipts, while in the reports for 1922, 1923, and 1926 they are shown 
as percentages of gross sales. 

For this purpose gross profits from sales for industrial divisions, 
in which service is the controlhng factor, are eliminated as not being 
comparable with industries in which the sale of commodities predomi- 
nates. These divisions are transportation and other pubhc utilities; 
service — professional, amusements, hotels, etc.; finance — banking, in- 
surance, and related business; combinations— predominant industry 
not ascertainable; and inactive concerns. 

The table affords only an approximate comparabiUty of the indus- 
trial divisions, due to consohdated returns being filed for closely 
affiliated corporations, and as elsewhere stated, although the returns 
are classified on the basis of the predominant business activity, such 
consolidated returns frequently include income from businesses which, 
if they could be classified independently of the consolidated returns, 
would fall in industrial divisions other than the ones in which they 
are included. 





Percentage of gross profits from 


sales to 


gross sales, 1922 


-1926 






Year 


Aggregate 


Agricul- 
ture and 
related 
indus- 
tries 


Mining 
and quar- 
rying 


Manufacturing 




Food 
products, 
beverages, 
and to- 
bacco 


Textiles 
and tex- 
tile 
products 


Leather 

and 
leather 
products 


1922 


23.68 
23.86 
21.94 
20.52 
22.34 


39.13 
28.27 
32.12 
32.50 
35.05 


30.79 
35.37 
30.05 
30.84 
31.90 


21.88 
21.29 
17.66 
17.15 
17.99 


22.13 


19.71 


1923 


20.64 16.72 


1924 


17.27 ' 17.97 


1925. 


18. 00 18. 20 


1926 


17.51 ' 17.48 












Year 


Manufacturing— Continued 




Rubber 
and rub- 
ber goods 


Lumber 
and wood 
products 


Paper, 
pulp, and 
products 


Printing 
and pub- 
lishing 


Chemi- 
cals and 
allied 
sub- 
stances 


Stone, 
clay, and 

glass 
products 


1922 


25.57 
25.12 
25.87 
24.65 
18.51 


27.68 
26.82 
24.30 
23.72 
23.25 


24.93 
24.38 
23.95 
25.10 
26.11 


38. 33 
37.41 
37.01 


28.93 
27.19 
28.09 


30.99 


1923. 


33.64 


1924 


33.42 


1925 


36.98 1 29.63 
36. 41 33. 25 


32.71 


1926 


33.18 













Manufacturing— Continued 


Construc- 
tion 




Year 


Metal 

and 

metal 

products 


All other 
manufac- 
turing 
indus- 
tries 


Total 
manufac- 
turing 


Trade 


1922 


28.44 
29.63 
26.14 
20.97 
27.80 


30.23 
29.71 
29.07 
28.99 
29. 79 


26.28 
26.14 
23.54 
22.03 
24.74 


14.41 
15. 82 
17.79 
17.90 
17.99 


19.10 


1923 


19.33 


1924 


18.62 


1925 


17.14 


1926 


17.78 







16 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



CORPORATION RETURNS, DISTRIBUTED BY SIZE OF NET INCOME AN1> 

DEFICIT 

The following table shows for corporations, distributed by size of 
net income and size of deficit, the number of returns, amount of net 
income and deficit, amount of tax, and relative percentages. Basic 
Table 17 (pp. 356-358) shows the returns distributed by size of net 
income and deficit, by industrial divisions. 

ALL CORPORATIONS 



Size of net income 



Under $2,000.. 

$2,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 to $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 and over. 

Total for returns showing net 
income 



Number 
of re- 
turns 

showing 
net in- 
come 



118, 092 

50, 918 

28,363 

26, 463 

15, 250 

8,748 

5,966 

2,137 

1,100 

883 

214 



Per 

cent 



45.75 

19.73 

10.99 

10.25 

5.91 

3.39 

2.31 

.82 

.43 

.34 



100.00 



Amount of 
net income 



$104, 
160, 
201, 
424, 
505, 
612, 
917, 
749, 
759, 
1, 769, 
3, 468, 



121, 718 
215,419 
434, 466 
743, 533 
981, 193 
009, 482 
880, 867 
611,283 
354, 667 
642,841 
407, 420 



Per 

cent 



1.08 
1.66 
2.08 
4.39 
5.23 
6.33 
9.49 
7.75 
7.85 
18.29 
35.85 



9,673,402,889 100.00 



Amount of 
tax 



$7, 220, 724 

17, 459, 902 

46, 316, 297 

63, 350, 332 

78, 391, 018 

119,292,299 

98, 479, 477 

99, 667, 270 

234, 540, 704 

465, 079, 220 



1, 229, 797, 243 



Per 

cent 



0.59 
1.42' 
3.77 
5.15 
6.37 
9.7a 
8.01 
8.10' 
19.07 
37.82 



Size of deficit 



Under $25,000 

$25,000 to $100,000 

$100,X)00 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000... 
$1,000,000 to $2,000,000- 
$2,000,000 to .$3,000,000- 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000- 
$5,000,000 and over 



Total for returns showing deficit - 



Number 

of returns 

showing 

no net 

income 



183, 638 

10, 630 

2,619 

251 

94 

28 

12 

6 



197, 186 



Per cent 



93.08 

5.39 

1.33 

.13 



Amount of 
deficit 



$622, 156, 073 
497, 909, 273 
520, 867, 843 
178, 364, 712 
124, 482, 493 
66, 305, 016 
41, 221, 059 
26, 887, 189 
90, 516, 644 



Per cent 



28.69 
22.95 
24. 02 
8.23 
5.74 
3.06 
1.90 
1.24 
4.17 



100.00 



2, 168, 710, 302 j 100. 00 



Total number of returns filed- 455,320 

Per cent showing net income 56.69 

Per cent showing no net income 43.31 



ASSETS AND LIABILITIES (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

In the tables immediately following is shown for 359,449 corpora- 
tions out of 455,320 fihng income tax returns a summary statement 
of the principal assets and UabiUties as of December 31, 1926, or at 
the close of the fiscal year nearest thereto, distributed by major 
industrial divisions, and a comparative statement showing by size of 
net income, the number of corporation returns filed and the number 
of balance sheets tabulated. The discrepancy between the number 
of returns filed and the balance sheets tabulated is caused by lack 
of data for assets and liabihties. In Table 18 (pp. 360-401) are shown 
the same data for corporations reporting net income and no net 
income, distributed by income classes for all industries in aggregate 
and for each major industrial group separately. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 17 

"miscellaneous items" INT ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

In the analysis of the balance sheets for the tabulation of assets 
and HabiHties, items not otherwise segregated are included in "Mis- 
cellaneous items," some of which are: 

Miscellaneous assets. — Investments in affiliated companies; stocks 
and bonds other than tax-exempt obligations; loans, mortgages, etc., 
excepting such as are reported by banks which are included in ''notes 
receivable"; patents, good will, formulas, trade-marks, etc. 

Miscellaneous liabilities. — Reserves; accrued expenses; unadjusted 
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Corporation returns — Comparative statement showing bij size of net income, the 
number of corporation income tax returns filed, and the number of balance sheets 
tabulated 



Size of net income 



Number of j Number of 

corporation i corporation 

income tax i balance 

returns sheets 

filed tabulated 



Per cent 

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sheets to 

returns 

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$1,000,000 to $5,000,000.... 
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Reporting net income 

Reporting no net income 

Grand total 



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28,363 

41,713 

8,748 

5,966 

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258, 134 
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455, 320 



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40,646 

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CORPORATION FISCAL YEAR RETURNS 



The tabulation shown below is compiled from returns filed by 
corporations whose fiscal year is other than the calendar year. The 
returns in this compilation are also included in the general tables of 
corporation income throughout this report and the "statistics of 
income" for 1925, and fall within one or more of the following condi- 
tions: Full 12 months' period, net income of $2,000 and over; net 
deficit of $500,000 and over; gross sales or other items of $5,000,000 
and over, or net loss for prior year deduction. The compilation does 
not include returns showing net income of less than $2,000 or deficit, 
unless such returns fall under one or more of the other conditions 
stated above. The data are presented by industrial groups in part 1, 
and by months ending the fiscal year in part 2, and by size of net 
income or deficit in part 3. 

In addition to returns for full 12 months, a tabulation is shown 
comprising the returns filed for a fractional part of the year. These 
returns likewise fall under the same conditions as to net income, 
deficit, etc., as govern the returns used in the tabulation for full 
fiscal years. 

The returns filed for a fractional part of the year represent reor- 
ganizations, consolidations, disintegrations, newly organized busi- 
nesses, liquidating corporations, and changes from calendar year to 
fiscal year or vice versa, and are also included in the general corpora- 
tion income tables in this report, and in the statistics of income for 
1925. 

Returns for fractional part of years 1926 and 1925 





1 

Corporations reporting net income 
Total 


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Year 


turns 


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Deficit 


1926. 


7, 499 7, 295 
7, 571 7, 449 


$161, 360, 492 


!K3. 432. 938 


$20, 129, 028 
22, 307, 539 


204 
137 


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1925... . 


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Corporation returns filed for fiscal year, showing the number of returns, net income 
or deficit, net loss for prior years, and income tax — Included in corporation tables 
for 1926 

[Fiscal year terminating not earlier than July 1, 1926, nor later than June 30, 1927] 
PART 3— DISTRIBUTION BY SIZE OF NET INCOME AND NET DEFICIT 



Distribution 



Reporting net income: 
Size of net income — 

Under $2,000 

$2,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 - 

$10,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$1,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over 



Total reporting net income. 



Reporting no net income: 
Size of deficit — 

Under $25,000 

$25,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000... 
$1,000,000 to $2,000,000. 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over 



TotaJ reporting deficit. 



Number 

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2,186 

6,070 

3,626 

3,830 

1,926 

1,377 

949 

342 

148 

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2,476 

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194, 472 
231,471 
816,980 
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780, 848 
983, 602 
188, 176 
876, 102 
635, 499 
133, 750 
842, 824 



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for prior 

years 



$328, 482 
1,950,146 
3, 204, 923 
5, 700, 55] 
5, 151, 333 
5, 685, 830 
5, 868, 554 
2, 488, 190 
2, 876, 772 
3, 356, 744 



1,086,687,373 I 36,011,525 



12, 348, 023 

12, 638, 436 

15, 414. 047 

790, 730 



2, 815 41, 191, 236 



Income 
tax 



$7, 017 

835, 652 

2, 159, 229 

6, 739, 435 

8, 543, 155 

12, 126, 574 

18, 730, 116 

15, 878, 783 

13, 270, 797 

33, 404, 339 

25, 901, 048 



137, 596, 145 



Corporation returns filed for fiscal year, showing the number of returns, net income 
or deficit, and net loss for prior years, and income tax — Included in corporation 
tables in statistics of income for 1925 

[Fiscal year terminating not earlier than July 1, 1925, nor later than June 30, 1926] 
PART 3.— DISTRIBUTION BY SIZE OF NET INCOME AND NET DEFICIT 



Distribution 



Number 

of 
returns 



Net income 



Net loss 

for prior 

years 



Income 
tax 



Reporting net income: 
Size of net income — 

Under $2,000 

$2,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000... 
$1,000,000 to $5,000,000- 
$5,000,000 and over 



5,735 

3,527 

3,886 

2,023 

1,426 

1,001 

347 

163 

143 

17 



$734, 290 

18,190,916 

25, 099, 145 

63, 795, 491 

72, 802, 838 

100, 412, 037 

151, 656, 889 

120, 640, 828 

113,801,922 

284, 647, 285 

216, 565, 623 



Total reporting net income. 



18,957 



1, 168, 347, 264 



Reporting no net income: 
Size of deficit — 

Under $25,000 

$25,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000... 
$1,000,000 to $2,000,000. 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000- 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over 



645 
105 



3, 869, 270 
5, 040, 530 
8, 798, 996 
5, 096, 921 



3, 246, 496 



Total reporting deflcit. 



807 



26, 052, 213 



$129, 532 

1, 589, 760 

2, 554, 709 
5, 856, 082 
5, 078, 314 
4, 048, 334 
5, 300, 019 
4, 729, 023 
2, 201, 284 
9, 324, 878 



$3, 007 

787, 645 

2, 121, 702 

6, 605, 893 

8, 767, 185 

12, 466, 920 

19, 017, 755 

15, 074, 359 

14, 345, 547 

35, 047, 208 

27, 943, 459 



40, 811, 935 



142, 180, 680 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



31 



HISTORICAL SUMMARIES 

SUMMARY OF INCOME AND TAX, BY YEARS (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

A resume of the number of income tax returns filed, the net income, 
and tax reported, for each of the years since the inception of the 
present period of income taxation follows herewith. An outline of 
important changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of 
statistical data from income tax returns of individuals is shown on 
pages 37-43. 

Individual returns, calendar years 1913 to 1926, showing number of remrns and net 

income ^ 







Number of returns ' 








Year 


1 
Total j 


Taxable 


Nontax- 
able 


Per cent of total 


Net income ' 




Tax- 
able 


Non- 
taxable 




1913 


357,598 L 
357,515 '. 
336,652 
437,036 
3,472,890 
4,425,114 

5, 332, 760 
7, 259, 944 

6, 662, 176 i 
6,787,481 1 
7,698,321 
7,369,788 1 

4,171,051 ; 

4, 138, 092 1 

1 










2 $3, 900, 000, 000 


1914 - 










4, 000, 000, 000 


1915 










4, 600, 000, 000 


1916 - 


362, 970 

2, 707, 234 
3, 392, 863 

4, 231, 181 

5, 518, 310 

3, 589, 985 

3. 681, 249 

4, 270, 121 
4. 489, 698 
2, 501, 166 
2, 470, 990 


74, 066 
765, 656 

1, 032, 251 
1, 101, 579 
1,741,634 
3, 072, 191 
3, 106, 232 
3, 428, 200 

2, 880, 090 
1, 669, 885 
1, 667, 102 


83 
78 
77 
79 
76 
54 
54 
55 
61 
60 
60 


17 
22 
23 
21 
24 
46 
46 
45 
39 
40 
40 


6, 300, 000, 000 


1917 - 


13. 700, 000, 000 


1918 


16, 000, 000, 000 


1919 


19, 900, 000, 000 


1920 


23, 700, 000, 000 


1921 


19, 600, 000, 000 


1922 


21, 400, 000, 000 


1923 


24, 800, 000, 000 


1924 . 


25, 700, 000, 000 


1925 


21, 900, 000, 000 


1926 - 


21, 960, 000, 000 







1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 

2 Estimated on the basis of the number of returns filed and the average net income in each class. 



Income and -profits taxes in individual returns, calendar years 1913 to 1926 





Taxi 


Year 


Normal tax 


Surtax 


War excess- 
profits tax 


Tax on capital 

net gain 12) 2 

per cent 


Total tax 


1913 2 


$12, 728, 038 
16, 559, 493 
23, 995, 777 
51, 440, 558 

156, 897, 441 


$15, 525, 497 
24, 486, 669 
43, 947, 818 
121, 946, 136 
433, 345, 732 






$28, 253, 535 


1914' 






41,046,162 


19152 






67, 943, 595 


1916 






173, 386, 694 


1917 


$101, 249, 781 
103, 887, 984 




691,492,954 


1917 (partnership).. 




103, 887, 984 


1918 


476, 432, 808 
468, 104, 801 
478, 249, 919 
308, 059, 422 
355, 409, 840 
3 283, 790, 966 

< 227, 157, 265 

< 191, 789, 980 
200, 599, 384 


651,289,027 
801, 525, 303 
596, 803, 767 
411,327,684 
474, .581, 111 
348, 688, 543 
437, 540, 797 
432, 853, 170 
448, 330, 446 




1, 127, 721, 835 


1919 






1, 269, 630, 104 


1920 






1, 075, 053, 686 


1921 




719, 387, 106 


1922. 




$31, 066, 357 
29, 186, 624 
48, 603, 064 


861, 057, 308 


1923 




661,666.133 


1924 




5 704, 265, 390 


1925. 




117,570,971 
112, 509, 705 


s 734, 555, 183 


1926 




732, 470, 790 









' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 

2 Annual Report of Commissioner of Internal Revenue for fiscal year ended June 30 immediately follow- 
ing the year shown above. 

' Net after deducting 25 per cent reduction provided for in the revenue act of 1924. 

* Net after deducting 25 per cent of tax on earned net income provided for in the revenue act of 1924. 

' Net after deducting 25 per cent of tax on earned net income plus 123/2 per cent on capital net loss provided 
for in the revenue act of 1924. 



32 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Number of individual returns, calendar years 1914 to 1926, by income classes ^ 



Income classes 


1914 1915 


1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


$1,000 to $2,000.. 








1, 640, 758 

838, 707 

560, 763 

270, 666 

112, 502 

30, 391 

12, 439 

3,302 

2,347 

559 

315 

141 


1, 516, 938 

1, 496, 878 

932, 336 

319, 356 

116, 569 

28, 542 

9,996 

2,358 

1,514 

382 

178 

67 


1, 924, 872 

1, 569, 741 

1, 180, 488 

438, 851 

162, 485 

37, 477 

13, 320 

2,983 

1,864 

425 

189 

65 


2, 671, 950 
2 569 316 


$2,000 to $3,000 








$3,000 to $.".,000 - 


149, 279 
127, 448 
58, 603 
14, 676 
5,161 
1,189 


127, 994 

120, 402 

60, 284 

17, 301 

6,847 

1.793 


157, 149 

150, 553 

80, 880 

23, 734 

10, 452 

2,900 

2,437 

714 

376 

206 


1 •^■^7 1 1 fi 


$5,000 to $10,000 


455 442 


$10,000 to $25,000 


171 830 


$25,000 to $50,000 


38 548 


$50,000 to $100,000 


12, 093 
2 191 


$100,000 to $150,000 


$150,000 to $300,000 


769 ; 1,326 
216 j 376 
114 209 
60 ! 120 


1 063 


$300,000 to $500,000 


239 


$500,000 to $1,000,000 


123 


$1,000,000 and over- 


33 






Total 


357, 515 336. 652 


2 429, 401 


3, 472, 890 


4, 425, 114 


5, 332, 760 


7, 259, 944 









Income classes 



1922 



1923 



1924 



1925 



1926 



Under $1,000 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000... 
$100,000 to $150,000.. 
$150,000 to $300,000... 
$300,000 to $500,000... 
$500,000 to $1,000,000. 
$1,000,000 and over.. 



401, 849 

2, 440, 544 

2, 222, 031 

1, 072, 146 

353, 247 

132, 344 

28, 946 

8,717 

1,367 

739 

162 

63 

21 



402, 076 

2,471,181 

2, 129, 898 

1, 190, 115 

391, 373 

151, 329 

35, 478 

12, 000 

2,171 

1,323 

309 

161 

67 



368, 502 

2, 523, 150 

2, 472, 641 

1, 719, 625 

387, 842 

170, 095 

39, 832 

12, 452 

2,339 

1,301 

327 

141 

74 



344, 876 

2, 413, 881 

2,112,993 

1, 800, 900 

437, 330 

191, 216 

47, 061 

15,816 

3,065 

1,876 

457 

242 

75 



98, 178 
1,071,992 I 

842,528 
1,327,683 
503,652 
236,779 
59,721 
20,958 
4,759 ! 
3,223 I 
892 I 
479 ! 
207 I 



119, 513 

1, 045, 519 

837, 792 

1, 240, 400 

560, 549 

246, 730 

57, 487 

20,520 

4,724 

3,267 

892 

468 

231 



Total 6,662,176 



6, 787, 481 7, 698, 321 



7,369 788 



4, 171, 051 



4, 138, 092 



1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 

2 This total is exclusive of 7,635 returns of married women made separate from returns of husbands. In 
1916 the net income on returns filed separately by husband and wife is combined and the total appears as 
one return. In all other years the returns of married women filed separately are included in their individual 
income classes independently of the husband's income. 

Note.— The returns for 1913 are omitted, as they pertain only to the last 10 months of that year. 

Individual returns, net income reported for calendar years 1916 to 1926, by income 

classes ^ 



Income classes 



Net Income 



1916 



$1,000 to $2,000 .- 

$2,000 to $3,000 I 

$3,000 to $5,000 ' $624,669,015 

$5,000 to $10,000 ; 1, 037, 247, 977 

$10,000 to $25,000 I 1,235,015,786 

$25,000 to $50,000 I 822,661,658 

$50,000 to $100,000 I 722,795,474 

$100,000 to $150,000.. I 357, 355, 318 

$150,000 to $300,000 I 505,859,406 

$300,000 to $500,000 271,938,017 

$500,000 to $1,000,000 256, 771, 325 

$1,000,000 and over 464, 263, 644 

Total. 1 6,298,577,620 



2 $2,461 

2, 064, 

2,115, 

1, 827, 

1, 687, 

1, 042, 

846, 

400, 

474, 

209, 

214, 

306, 



,137,000 

977, 328 
864, 601 
508, 088 
165, 619 
320, 083 
894, 335 
492, 040 
651, 960 
904, 969 
631,270 
835, 914 



13, 652, 383, 207 



1918 



$2, 232, 

3, 626, 

3, 535, 

2, 145, 

1, 736, 

978, 

679, 

284, 

305, 

144, 

119, 

137, 



354, 577 
824, 833 
219, 007 
690, 016 
548, 050 
042,710 
720, 737 
106, 740 
024, 817 
545, 428 
075, 548 
486, 892 



15, 924, 639, 355 



1919 



$2, 829, 

3, 807, 

4,513, 

2, 954, 

2,412, 

1, 277, 

896, 

358, 

371, 

159, 

128, 

152, 



1920 



113, 151 
286, 365 
264, 030 
137, 2.53 
275, 757 
364, 635 
497, 209 
392, 923 
148, 536 
070, 948 
290, 396 
650, 245 



$4, 050, 

6, 184, 

5, 039, 

3, 068, 

2, 547, 

1, 307, 

810, 

265, 

215, 

89, 

79, 

77, 



066, 618 
543, 368 
607, 239 
330, 963 
904, 786 
785, 113 
386, 333 
511, 505 
138, 673 
313, 552 
962, 894 
078, 139 



19, 859, 491, 448 23, 735, 629, 183 



1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals arc summarized on pp. 37-43. 

2 Estimated on basis of the number of returns filed and the average net income. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



33 



Individual returns, net income reported for calendar years 1916 to 1926, by income 

classes — Continued 



Income classes 



Net income 




Under $1,000 $213, 

$1,000 to $2,000 3,620, 

$2,000 to $3,000 5, 325, 

$3,000 to $5,000 4,054, 

$5,000 to $10,000 2,378, 

^0,000 to $25,000 1,958, 

$25,000 to $50,000 J 979, 

$50,000 to $100,000-. 582, 

$100,000 to $150,000 1 163, 

$150,000 to $300,000 I 145, 

$300,000 to $500,000 61, 

$500,000 to $1,000,000 42, 

$1,000,000 and over 49, 



Total- 



934 $247, 
768 3, 630, 
265 5, 153, 
244 4, 500, 
237,2, 641, 
206 2, 255, 
305 1, 208, 
218: 805, 



999 1 
047 i 
550 
426, 
3291 



260, 
266, 
116, 
107, 
141, 



564, 383 
570, 922 
497, 468 
557, 809 
904, 702 
871, 780 
273, 932 
223,854 
203, 553 
814,381 
672, 075! 
670, 678| 
386, 9931 



$252, 

3, 693, 

6, 073, 

6, 469, 

2, 653, 

2, 538, 

1, 350, 

833, 

280, 

260, 

124, 

95, 

152, 



1923 



019 $235, 
54713, 564, 
62515, 277, 
945 1 6, 827, 
193|2,991, 
11512,855, 
468! 1,599, 
237! 1,066, 
2131 377, 



012 

194 
2091 

8811 



374, 
171, 
158, 
155, 



451, 546 
474, 084 
147, 446 
924, 12615, 
187,90513, 
396,811i3, 
848,363 2, 
783. 64311, 
644, 950l 
609, 3741 
248, 552 
462, 179 
974, 475 



$58, 305, 
774, 601, 
047, 969, 
236, 003, 
463, 852, 
544, 898, 
032, 239, 
418, 948, 
572, 859, 
655, 300, 
339, 773, 
327, 367, 
422, 456, 



1926 



$67, 237, 548 
747, 917, 122 
042, 903, 198 
872, 788, 835 
838, 953, 366 
660, 622, 482 
954, 653, 219 
389, 339, 134 
570, 189, 915 
661,411,549 
340, 214, 162 
317, 881, 202 
494, 393, 917 



19,577,212,528121,336,212,530,24,777,465,658 25,656,153,454 21,894,576,403i21,958,505,649 



Individual returns, tax reported for calendar years 1916 to 1926, by income classes 



Income classes 


Tax 


1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


$1,000 to $2,000. 




$16, 243, 504 
9, 097, 378 
18, 283, 457 
44, 066, 389 
80, 695, 149 
76, 593, 344 
85, 027, 556 
55, 766, 236 
86, 718, 157 
50, 227, 598 
59, 349, 187 

109, 424, 999 


$26,481,602 
35, 415, 344 
82, 928, 720 
93, 057, 963 

142, 448, 679 


$24, 696, 200 
28,257,861 
75, 914, 847 
91, 537, 910 

164. 832. 523 


$36, 859, 732 


$2,000 to $3,000... 




45, 507, 821 


$3,000 to $5,000 - 


$775, 804 
6, 301, 183 
11, 637, 014 
11, 602, 681 
16, 298, 587 
12, 423, 481 
24, 007, 267 
17,951,410 
20,901,911 
61, 487, 356 


83,496,116 


$5,000 to $10,000 


97, 886, 033 


$10,000 to $25,000... 


172, 259, 321 


$25,000 to $50,000 


130,240,648 1 154,946,343 
147,428,655 186,357,608 
95,680,064 1 118,705,303 
136, 155, 916 1 163. 095. 349 


154, 265, 276 


$50,000 to $100,000 


163,717,719 


$100,000 to $150,000 


86, 587, 694 


$150,000 to $300,000 


92, 604, 423 


$300,000 to $500,000... 


79, 164, 847 
69, 834, 148 
88, 885, 249 


86,031,032 
76, 228, 132 
99,026,996 


47,043,461 


$500,000 to $1,000,000 


45, 641, 005 


$1,000,000 and over 


49, 185, 085 






Total 


173, 386, 694 


691, 492, 954 


1, 127, 721, 835 


1, 269, 630, 104 


1,075,053,686 







Income classes 


Tax 


1921 


1922 


1923 


1924 


1925 


1926 


Under $1,000 


$173, 678 
29, 160, 654 
20, 712, 373 
42, 743, 604 
68, 871, 422 
126, 886, 410 
112,909,840 
115,711,635 
52, 330, 056 
61, 495, 988 
31, 859, 630 
25,112,090 
31, 419, 726 


$246, 636 
27, 081, 089 
20, 729, 737 
47, 533, 306 
70, 387, 912 
123, 575, 960 
125, 697, 249 
144, 092, 555 
71,337,246 
98, 810, 408 
43, 488, 227 
38, 559, 344 
49, 517, 639 


$316, 602 
18, 252, 646 
16, 605, 972 
46, 048, 427 
54, 074, 735 
103, 109, 350 
103, 600, 750 
108, 878, 597 
55,719,390 
62, 104, 203 
31, 668, 552 
25,498,434 
35,788,475 


$145, 629 
10, 432, 394 
10, 207, 284 
26, 865, 387 
28, 827, 944 
78, 068, 669 
109.359,811 
136, 636, 004 
75, 677, 735 
92, 480, 898 
45,771,131 
42, 585, 301 
47, 207, 203 


$68, 557 

1, 704, 087 

3,809,422 

8, 326, 214 

19, 149, 177 

74, 171, 952 

120, 688, 692 

147, 842, 780 

79, 471, 792 

103, 058, 819 

55, 721, 982 

53, 674, 188 

66, 867, 521 


$55, 538 


$1,000 to $2,000 


1,761,233 


$2,000 to $3,000... 


4, 216, 702 


$3,000 to $5,000 


7, 245, 433 


$5,000 to $10,000 


20, 272, 195 


$10,000 to $25,000 . 


72, 464, 803 


$25,000 to $50,000... 


112,796,680 


$50,000 to $100,000.. 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 and over 


140, 946, 589 
77, 900, 137 

103, 997, 156 
55, 255. 627 
53, 665, 366 
81,893,331 


Total 


719, 387, 106 


861, 057, 308 


661, 666, 133 


704, 265, 390 


734, 555, 183 


732,470,790 











1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 



34 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Individual returns, average amount of tax and average rate per individual, calendar 
years 1916 to 1926, by income classes > 





1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


Income classes 


Average 

tax 
per return 


Aver- 
age 
rate 

of tax 
(per 

cent) 


Average 

tax 
per return 


Aver- 
age 
rate 

of tax 
(per 

cent) 


Average 

tax 
per return 


Aver- 
age 
rate 

of tax 
(per 

cent) 


Average 

tax 
per return 


Aver- 
age 
rate 

of tax 
(per 

cent) 


$1,000 to $2,000 






$9.90 

10.85 

32.60 

162. 80 

717. 27 

2, 520. 26 

6, 835. 56 

16, 888. 62 

36, 948. 51 

89, 852. 59 

188, 410. 12 

776, 063. 82 


0.66 

.44 

.86 

2.41 

4.78 

7.34 

10.04 

13.92 

18.27 

23.93 

27.63 

85.65 


$17. 46 
23.66 


1.19 
.98 


$12. 83 

18.00 

64.31 

208. 59 

1, 014. 45 

4, 134. 44 

13, 990. 81 

39, 793. 93 

87, 497. 50 

202, 425. 96 

403, 323. 45 

1, 523, 492. 25 


0.87 


$2,000 to $3,000- -_ 






.74 


$3,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $25,000. 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $1.50,000 

$150,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $500,000..-. 
$500,000 to $1,000,000... 
$1,000,000 and over 


$4.94 

41.85 

143. 88 

488. 86 

1, 559. 37 

4, 283. 96 

9,851.16 

25, 142. 03 

55, 590. 19 

249, 938. 62 


0.12 

.61 

.94 

1.41 

2.25 

3.48 

4.75 

6.60 

8.14 

11.09 


88.95 

291. 39 

1, 222. 01 

4, 583. 12 

14, 748. 76 

40, 576. 79 

89, 871. 89 

207, 237. 82 

392, 326. 67 

1, 326, 645. 51 


2.35 
4.34 
8.20 
13.32 
21.69 
33.68 
44.64 
54.77 
58.65 
64.65 


1.68 
3.10 
6.83 
12.13 
20.79 
33.12 
43.94 
54.08 
59.42 
64.87 


General average. 


396. 60 


2.75 


199. 11 


5.06 


254. 85! 7. 08 


238. 08 


6.39 





1920 


1921 


1922 


1923 


Income classes 


Average 

tax 

per return 


Aver- 
age 
rate 

of tax 
(per 

cent) 


Average 

tax 
per return 


Aver- 
age 
rate 
-'of tax 
(per 
cent) 


Average 

tax 
per return 


Aver- 
age 
rate 

of tax 
(per 

cent) 


Average 

tax 
per return 


Aver- 
age 
rate 
of tax 
(per 
cent) 


Under $1,000. 






$0.43 

11.95 

9.32 

39.87 

194. 97 

958. 76 

3, 900. 71 

13, 274. 25 

38, 280. 95 

83, 215. 14 

196, 664. 38 

398, 604. 30 

1, 496, 177. 43 


0.08 

.81 

.39 

1.05 

2.90 

6.48 

11.53 

19.87 

32.00 

42.14 

51.94 

58.70 

63.59 


$0.61 

10.96 

9.73 

39.94 

179. 85 

816. 60 

3, 542. 96 

12, 007. 71 

32, 859. 16 

74, 686. 63 

140, 738. 60 

239, 499. 03 

739, 069. 24 


0.10 

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.40 

1.06 

2.66 

5.48 

10.40 

17.89 

27.42 

37.03 

37.27 

35.81 

35.02 


$0.86 

7.23 

6.72 

26.78 

139. 42 

606.19 

2, 600. 94 

8, 743. 86 

23, 821. 89 

47, 735. 74 

96, 846. 72 

180, 839. 96 

483, 628. 04 


0.13 


$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $10,000.. 

$10,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $300,000.... 
$300,000 to $500,000.-.. 
$500,000 to $1,000,000— 
$1,000,000 and over 


$13. 80 

17.71 

62.44 

214. 92 

1, 002. 50 

4, 001. 90 

13, 538. 22 

39, 519. 71 

87, 116. 11 

196, 834. 56 

371, 065. 08 

1, 490, 457. 12 


0.91 

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1.66 

3.19 

6.76 

11.80 

20.20 

32.61 

43.04 

52.67 

57.08 

63.81 


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2.04 

4.06 

7.67 

13.06 

19.85 

23.83 

25.42 

26.81 

23.53 


General average. 


148. 08 


4.53 


107. 98 


3.67 


126. 86 


4.04 


85.95 


2.67 



Income classes 



Under $1,000 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000-... 
$150,000 to $300,000..-, 
$300,000 to $500,000.--. 
$500,000 to $1,000,000-.. 
$1,000,000 and over 

General average 



Average 

tax 
per return 



$0.42 

4.32 

4.83 

14.92 

65.92 

408. 27 

2, 323. 79 

8, 639. 10 

24, 690. 94 

49, 296. 85 

100, 155. 65 

176, 972. 32 

629, 429. 37 



95.56 



Average 

rate 

of tax 

(per cent) 



0.06 

.29 

.19 

.39 

.96 

2.73 

6.84 

12.81 

20.04 

24.69 

26.73 

26.87 

30. 27: 



1925 



Average 

tax 
per return 



2.74 



$0.70 

1.59 

4.52 

6.27 

38.02 

313. 26 

2, 020. 85 

7, 054. 24 

16, 099. 26 

31, 976. 05 

62, 468. 59 

112, 054. 67 j 

323, 031. 50] 



Average 

rate 

of tax 

(per cent) 



0.12 

.10 

.19 

.16 

.66 

2.09 

5.94' 

10. 42 

13.87 

15. 73 

16.40 

16.39 

15.83 



1926 



Average 

tax 
per return 



176. 11 



3.36 



$0.46 

1.68 

5.03 

5.84 

36.16 

293. 70 

1, 962. 12 

6, 868. 74 

16, 490. 26 

31, 832. 61 

61, 946. 77 

114, 669. 58 

354, 616. 58 



177. 00 



Average 

rate 

of tax 

(per cent) 



0.08 

.10 

.21 

.15 

.52 

1.98 

6.77 

10.14 

13.66 

15.72 

16.24 

16.88 

16.66 



3.33 



' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 



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In the study of the foregoing table it should be observed that in 
all years, excepting 1916, the income figures are composed of net gain 
items. Net losses, when shown on schedules within the returns, are 
transferred to general deductions, which also contain such other 
deductions as could not be allocated to any of the sources of income. 

The sources of income items for 1916 represent gross income, the 
deductions not having been allocated to the several sources, but are 
given in aggregate under "General deductions." 

The growth in the number of income tax returns of individuals, 
by States, from 1916 to 1926, inclusive, showing net income and tax, 
as well as the average net income and average tax per return, is 
exhibited in Table 10, pages 168-178. 



CHANGES IN TAX LAWS AFFECTING THE COMPARABILITY 
OF STATISTICAL DATA FROM INCOME TAX RETURNS OF 
INDIVIDUALS 

The following tables, A, B, and C, show for citizens and residents 
of the United States the minimum income for which income tax 
returns are required, the personal exemption, credits for dependents, 
and tax rates under the revenue acts of 1913 to 1926, inclusive. 

A. Individuals required to file returns, personal exemption, 

credit for dependents, and normal tax rates under the 
revenue acts, 1913 to 1926, inclusive. 

B. Surtax rates imder the revenue acts, 1913 to 1926, inclusive. 

C. Supplemental income taxes and tax credits under the reve- 

nue acts of 1917 to 1926, inclusive. 



38 



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-Individuals required to file returns, -personal exemption, credit for dependents, 
and normal tax rates under the revenue acts 1913-1926, inclusive 



Reve- 
nue 
act 



1913 
1916 

1917 

1918 

1921 
1924 

1926 



Appli- 
cable to 
incomes 
for the 
years 



1913-15- 
1916 

1917 

(1918 

ll919-20. 
1921-23 « 

1924 



1925-27.. 



Individuals required to file 
returns 



Married and 

living with 

husband or 

wife ' 



Net 
income' 



Gross 
income 
regard- 
less of 
amount 
of net 
income 



$3,000 
3,000 

2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 

2,500 
3,500 



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ried and not 
living with 
husband or 
wife 



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5,000 

5,000 



Net 
income 



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regard- 
less of 
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income 



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1,000 
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1,000 
1,500 



$5, 000 
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5,000 



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band 

or wife 
or 

head of 

family * 



000 
000 

000 
000 
000 
500 



2,500 



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band 

or wife 



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1,000 
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1,000 
1,000 

1,000 



3,500 I 1,500 



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ent * 



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200 
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400 



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mal 
tax 



All 

All 

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/First $4,000 

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400 -^Second $4,000 

[Balance over $8,000. 

[First $4,000 

400 -(Second $4,000 

[Balance over $8,000. 



Rate 
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cent 



2 

4 
6 

iy2 

3 
5 



• Husband and wife each to file a return unless combined income is included in joint return. 

2 Net income after deducting personal exemption, credit for dependents, dividends on stock of domes- 
tic corporations, and interest not wholly tax-exempt on U. S. obligations issued after Sept. 1, 1927. 

3 Net income means "statutory" net income, i. e., the excess of gross income over the deductions as 
defined in the various revenue acts. Net income has been adjusted from time to time as follows: 

(a) Amortization of buildings, machinery, equipment or other facilities ci)nstructed or acquired on or 
after Apr. 6, 1917, for the production of articles contributing to the prosecution of the war, are in- 
cluded to a reasonable amount in business deductions for 1918, 1919, 1920, and 1921. 

(6) Contributions to charitable and scientific organizations, etc., not exceeding 15 per cent of the net 
income before deducting the contributions, are deducted for 1917 and subsequent years. For un- 
limited deduction of contributions see sec. 214, revenue act of 1924. 

(c) Losses sustained in transactions entered into for profit but not connected with business or trade art 

not deductible for 1913 to 1915, inclusive. For 1916 and 1917, such losses are deductible to the extene 
of the aggregate income from such transactions; for 1918 and subseciuent years, such losses are 
wholly deductible, excepting that for 1924 and subsequent years the loss, if incurred thVough the 
sale of capital assets held for more than 2 years, is deductible from total tux, to the extent of 12J^ per 
cent of the loss. (See Table "C") 

(d) Net loss for prior year. The revenue act of 1918 provides, in the case of a net loss for any taxable 

year beginning after Oct. 31, 1918, and ending prior to Jan. 1, 1920, for the deduction of such loss 
from net income of the preceding year, a redetermination of taxes for the preceding year being made, 
if the net loss exceeds the net income for the preceding year the amount of such excess is to be de- 
ducted from the net income of the succeeding taxable year. For 1921 and subsequent years the 
revenue acts provide for net loss in any year beginning after Dec. 31, 1920, to be deducted from the 
net income of the succeeding taxable year and if such net loss exceeds tire net income for the suc- 
ceeding year, the amount of such excess is to be allowed in the next succeeding year. 

* No provision for head of family in revenue act of 1913. 

5 Under 18 years of age or incapable of self-support because mentally or physically defective. 
9 Tax for 1923 reduced 2.') per cent by credit or refund under the revenue act of 1924. 
' For net incomes of .$5,000 and over, personal exemption is $2,000. 



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Corporation returns, calendar years 1909 to 1926, showing total number, number and 
per cent reporting net income and no net income, and net income ' 





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Total 


Reporting 

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Reporting 
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Per cent of total 


Net income 1 




Report- 
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Report- 
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270, 202 
288, 352 
305, 336 

316, 909 
3 299, 445 
3 366, 443 

341, 253 
351, 426 

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320, 198 
345, 595 
356, 397 
382, 883 
398, 933 
417, 421 
430, 072 
455, 320 


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2 54, 040 
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2 61, 116 
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174, 205 
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206, 984 

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202, 061 
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203, 233 
171, 239 
212, 535 

233, 339 
236, 389 
252, 334 
258, 134 


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210, 162 
233. 223 
244, 220 
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125, 240 
175, 532 
134, 269 
119, 347 
115, 518 
110, 564 
142, 362 
185, 158 
170, 348 
165, 594 
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177, 738 
197, 186 


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3, 503, 000, 000 
4, 151, 000, 000 

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3, 940, 000, 000 

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8, 766, 000, 000 


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1918 


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1919 


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1920 


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1921 


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1922 


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1923 


8, 322, 000, 000 


1924 


7, 587, 000, 000 


1925 


9, 584, 000, 000 


1926 


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corporations are summarized on pp. 47-49. Fiscal year returns are included. 

2 Returns showing net income in excess of $5,000 exemption. 

3 1915 contains approximately 30,000 returns showing no net income which properly belong and should 
be included in 1914. (See Annual Report, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1916, p. 26.) 

Income and profits taxes in corporation returns, calendar years 1913 to 1926 ^ 





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War-profits 
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1913 2 


3 $43, 127, 740 

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56, 993, 657 

171, 805, 150 

503, 698, 029 

653, 198, 483 

743, 535, 888 

636, 508, 292 

366, 443, 621 

775, 310, 154 

937, 106, 798 

881, 549, 546 

1,170,331,206 

1, 229, 797, 243 




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2, 505, 565, 939 

1, 431, 805, 690 

988, 726, 351 

335, 131, 811 

* 8, 466, 114 


2, 142, 445, 769 
3, 158, 764, 422 
2, 175, 341, 578 
1, 625, 234, 643 


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937 106 798 


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1, 229, 797, 243 


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1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
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2 Annual Report of Commissioner of Internal Revenue for fiscal vear ended June 30 immediately follow- 
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3 Includes excise tax, $10,071,077, act of Aug. 5, 1909. 

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45 



Corporation returns — Distribution of number of returns, net income, and deficit by 
size of net income and deficit for all corporations for years 1918 to 1926, inclusive^ 





1918 


1919 


1920 


Distribution 


Number 

of 
returns 


Amount 


Number 

of 
returns 


Amount 


Number 

of 
returns 


Amount 


Returns showing net Income: 

Size of net income— 

Under $2 000 


68, 973 
49, 397 
29, 780 

1 37, 053 

7,224 
5,383 
2,054 
1,171 
846 
180 


$55, 281, 461 
162, 073, 156 
213, 305, 243 

800, 570, 917 

507, 215, 825 
838, 508, 564 
713, 779, 767 
815, 090, 903 
1, 701, 416, 343 
2, 554, 269, 070 






75, 905 
46, 868 
27, 615 

35,994 

7,092 
5,497 
2,124 
1,142 
836 
160 


$65, 835, 628 


$2 000 to $5 000 






151,338,556 


$5,000 to $10,000- 

$10,000 to $25,000 






194, 776, 140 






786, 538, 508 


$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000-— 
$1,000,000 to $5,000,000-- 
$5,000,000 and over 






496, 550, 045 






851, 989, 198 






737, 217, 126 






788, 372, 009 






1, 626, 705, 255 






2, 203, 332, 348 








Total for returns 
showing net in- 
come 


202, 061 


8, 361, 511, 249 


209. 634 


$9, 411, 418, 458 


203, 233 


7,902,654,813 








Returns showing no net in- 
come (deficit): 
Size of deficit— 
Under $25,000 














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$5 000 000 and over 
























Total for returns 
showing deficit 


115, 518 


689,772,361 110,564 


995, 546, 241 


142, 362 


2, 029, 423, 744 


Grand total— net in- 
come less deficit 


317, 579 


7,671,738,888 


320, 198 


8, 415, 872, 217 


345, 595 


5, 873, 231, 069 





1921 


1922 


1923 


Distribution 


Number 

of 
returns 


Amount 


Number 

of 
returns 


Amount 


Number 

of 
returns 


Amount 


Returns showing net income: 

Size of net income— 

Under $2,000 


75, 451 
40, 402 
20, 134 

} 25, 327 

4,595 

3,108 

1,136 

555 

461 

70 


$61,895,581 
124, 049, 405 
142,168,065 

547, 473, 491 

320, 442, 399 
478, 376, 439 
391,713,873 
380, 316, 893 
918, 041, 802 
971,569,865 


92, 259 
43, 502 

24,787 

35,811 

7,312 
5,114 
1,889 
1,016 
725 
120 


$86, 729, 211 
137, 791, 967 
174, 308, 283 

767, 133, 959 

512, 069, 921 
791,272,098 
658, 842, 334 
708,997,233 
1, 444, 773, 281 
1,681,892,856 


99,240 
48, 269 
27, 602 

39, 764 

8,258 
5,942 
2,149 
1,089 

858 
168 


$87, 992, 887 


$2,000 to $5,000 . 


153, 069, 832 


$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $25,000: 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000.-.- 
$1,000,000 to $5,000,000- 
$5,000,000 and over 


199, 336, 286 

891, 426, 019 

577, 435, 489 
923, 065, 165 
745,679,327 
752, 853, 087 
1,695,716,712 
2, 294, 954, 330 


Total for returns 
showing net in- 
come 


171, 239 


4,336,047,813 


212, 535 


6, 963, 811, 143 


233, 339 8, 321, 529. 134 










Returns showing no net in- 
come (deficit): 
Size of deficit— 
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$3,000,000 to $4,000,000 








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Total for returns 
showing deficit 


185, 158 


3, 878, 219, 134 


170, 348 


2, 193, 776, 356 


165, 594 2, 013, 554, 987 


Grand total— net in- 
come less deficit 


356,397 457,828,679 


382, 883 


4, 770, 034, 787 


398, 933 


6, 307, 974, 147 



' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax.returns of 
corporations are summarized on pp. 47-49. Fiscal year returns are included. 



46 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Corporation returns — Distribution of number of returns, net income, and deficit by 
size of net income and deficit for all corporations for years 1918 to 1926, inclusive — 
Continued 







1924 




1925 




1926 


Distribution 


Number 

of 
returns 


Amount 


Number 

of 
returns 


Amount 


Number 

of 
returns 


Amount 


Returns showing net income: 
Size of net income — 

Under $2,000 


105, 135 
49, 050 
26, 090 

} 39,411 

7,857 

5,200 

1,793 

952 

739 

162 


$92, 757, 850 
154,696,040 
192, 682, 420 

858, 279, 429 

546, 492, 107 
800, 400, 960 
620, 791, 551 
662, 504, 898 
1, 447, 837, 353 
2,210,209,684 


108,447 

51, 334 

29, 067 

f 29,533 

I 13,965 

9,249 

6,270 

2,200 

1,156 

917 

196 


$96, 859, 748 
162, 780, 292 
207, 812, 825 
477, 066, 018 
498, 304, 439 
646, 218, 517 
966, 671, 837 
765, 259, 354 
788, 857, 128 
1, 876, 242, 787 
3, 097, 610, 752 


118,092 

50, 918 

28, 363 

26, 463 

15, 250 

8,748 

5,966 

2,137 

1,100 

883 

214 


$104, 121, 718 


$2,000 to $5,000 - . 


160 215 419 


$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000—. 
$1,000,000 to $5,000,000-. 
$5,000,000 and over 


201, 434, 466 
424, 743, 533 
505, 981, 193 
612, 009, 482 
917, 880, 867 
749, 611, 283 
759, 354, 667 
1, 769, 642, 841 
3, 468, 407, 420 


Total for returns 
showing net in- 
come 


236, 389 


7, 586, 652, 292 


252, 334 


9, 583, 683, 697 


258, 134 


9, 673, 402, 889 






Returns showing no net in- 
come (deficit): 
Size of deficit— 

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165, 909 

8,565 

2,876 

241 

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28 
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7 
16 


507, 429, 985 

401, 080, 214 

486, 586, 356 

171, 006, 631 

111,694,991 

67, 150, 838 

65, 984, 630 

31,018,188 

130, 676, 262 


183, 538 

10, 630 

2,619 

251 

94 

28 

12 

6 

8 


622, 156, 073 


$25,000 to $100,000 






497, 909, 273 


$100,000 to $500,000 






520, 867, 843 


$500,000 to $1,000,000.-.. 






178, 364, 712 


$1,000,000 to $2,000,000 






124, 482, 493 


$2,000,000 to $3,000,000 






66, 305, 016 


$3,000,000 to $4,000,000.. 






41, 221, 059 


$4,000,000 to $5,000,000 






26, 887, 189 


$5,000,000 and over 






90, 516, 644 










Total for returns 
showing deficit 


181, 032 


2, 223, 925, 993 


177, 738 


1, 962, 628, 095 


197, 186 


2, 168, 710, 302 


Grand total— net in- 
come less deficit 


417, 421 


5,362,726,299 


430, 072 


7, 621, 055, 602 


455, 320 


7, 504, 692, 587 



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INCOME AND PROFITS TAXES PAID FOREIGN COUNTRIES OR 
POSSESSIONS OF THE UNITED STATES 

The amounts reported by individuals and corporations for income 
and profits taxes paid foreign countries or possessions of the United 
States are shown below. These amounts are tax credits and should 
be deducted from the net tax shown in the various tables in this 
report to arrive at the tax payable to the United States. 

Income and profits taxes paid foreign countries, 1926 

Individual returns $2, 622, 246 

Corporation returns 21, 653, 994 

Income and profits taxes paid foreign countries, 1925 

Individual returns $1, 987, 285 

Corporation returns 20, 139, 995 

ESTATE-TAX RETURNS 

The following tables are compiled from estate tax returns filed with 
the bureau in the 12 months ending December 31, 1927, as distin- 
guished from the number of estates of persons who died within the 
period, the returns not being due until one year after the date of death. 

The tax is not imposed upon the property but upon its transfer to 
others. The transfer is the subject of the tax, not any particular 
legacy, devise, or distributive share, and the relationship of the 
beneficiary to the decedent has no bearing upon the tax liability or the 
extent thereof. The estate tax is not an inheritance tax although 
popularly referred to as such, the distinction being that the estate tax 
is imposed on an estate in its entirety. 

The gross estate as defined by statute includes transfers made in 
contemplation of death or intended to take effect at or after death. 

The net estate is the gross estate less the sum of authorized deduc- 
tions, and in the case of resident decedents a specific exemption of 
$100,000 for individuals who died on or after February 26, 1926, the 
date the revenue act of 1926 went into effect. Estate tax returns filed 
under the revenue act of 1926 are allowed a tax credit not to exceed 
80 per centum of the total Federal estate tax for estate, inheritance, 
legacy, or succession tax made to any of the several States, Terri- 
tories, or the District of Columbia. Under the previous revenue 
acts the specific exemption was $50,000, and under the revenue act 
of 1924 (effective June 2, 1924) the tax credit for estate, inheritance, 
legacy, or succession taxes made to any of the several States, Terri- 
tories, or District of Columbia^was limited to 25 per centum of the 
total Federal estate tax. Prior to the revenue act of 1924 this tax 
credit was not allowed. For statistical purposes the returns are dis- 
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the successive brackets specified in the revenue act of 1926. 

The tables are based on the data disclosed by the returns as filed 
but not as determined upon investigation and audit. The tax shown 
does not correspond with the actual receipts of taxes during the period 
for the reason that payments may be made at a later date than the 
filing of the return and for the further reason that field investigation 
and office audit may disclose deficiency taxes or excess payments 
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Table 1 is based upon returns of estates of resideQt decedents dis- 
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property owned by the decedent at the time of death, and nature of 
deductions entered in the returns under the provisions of the law, 
net taxable estate, total tax, tax credit and net tax after deducting 
tax credit. 

Table 2 distributes the returns of estates of resident decedents by 
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estates subject to tax and those not subject to tax. 

Table 2-A shows the same distribution as Table 2 for estates of 
resident decedents whose date of death was after February 26, 1926. 
(Taxed under revenue act of 1926.) 

Table 2-B shows the same distribution as Table 2 for estates of 
resident decedents whose date of death was after June 2, 1924, and 
prior to February 26, 1926. (Taxed under revenue act of 1924.) 

Table 2-C shows the same distribution as Table 2 for estates of 
resident decedents whose date of death was prior to June 2, 1924. 
(Taxed under revenue acts in force prior to the revenue act of 1924.) 

Table 3 shows returns of estates of resident decedents distributed 
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estate, deductions, total tax, tax credit, and net tax after deducting 
tax credit. 

Table 4 shows the returns of estates of nonresident decedents dis- 
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United States, giving the number of returns, gross and net estate in 
the United States, tax, tax credit, and net tax after deducting tax 
credit. 



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Table 3. — -Estates of resident decedents — Distribution by size of net estate, showing 
number, gross estate, net estate, deductions, total tax, tax credit, and net tax after 
deducting tax credit 

[Returns filed from Jan. 1, 1927, to Dec 31, 1927] 



Size of net estate 


Num- 
ber of 

re- 
turns 


Gross estate 


Deductions 


Net taxable 
estate 


Total tax J^^f^ , 

1 


Net tax 
after de- 
ducting 
tax credit 


No net taxable estate: 
Gross estate under 
$50,000 


229 

2,163 

2,690 

1,232 

1,259 

837 

350 

181 

105 

135 

55 

26 

19 

15 

16 

8 

12 

8 

1 

2 

3 

7 


$8, 796, 152 

286, 508, 658 

350, 057, 965 
244, 242, 224 
364, 182, 601 
376, 028, 991 
249, 587, 931 
169, 732, 233 
131, 504, 903 
204, 729, 160 
121, 614, 081 

65, 761, 009 

66, 655, 428 
58, 139, 505 
68, 056, 586 
43, 595, 276 
78, 536, 727 
68, 377, 300 

9, 203, 842 
18, 969, 655 
33. 439, 752 
128, 569, 586 


$18, 434, 317 

356, 457, 235 

292, 019, 371 

154, 698, 244 

183, 172, 640 

143,168,093 

78, 790, 914 

45, 338, 854 

37, 912, 367 

42, 515, 362 

27, 314, 365 

9, 355. 860 

14, 966, 374 

9,514.717 

8, 138, 833 

6, 879, 771 

12, 812, 039 

16, 673, 014 

2, 124, 893 

1, 493, 057 

5,218,915 

23,036,843 




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Net taxable estate: 

Under $50,000 


$58, 038, 594 
89, 543, 980 
181, 009, 961 
232, 860, 898 
170, 797, 017 
124. 393, 379 

93, 592, 536 
162, 213, 798 

94, 299, 716 
56, 405, 149 
51, 689, 054 
48, 624, 788 
59, 917, 753 
36, 715, 505 
65, 724, 688 
51, 704, 286 

7, 078, 949 

17. 476, 598 

28, 220, 837 

105, 532, 743 


$583, 178 .t;268. 933 


$314,245 


$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $400,000 _. - 
$400,000 to $600,000.... 
$600,000 to $800,000.... 
$800,000 to $1.000.000.. 
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000. 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000. 
$2,000,000 to $2,500,000. 
$2,500,000 to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to .$3,500,000. 
$3,500,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 to $6,000,000. 
.$6,000,000 to $7,000,000. 
$7,000,000 to $8,000,000. 
$8,000,000 to $9,000,000. 
$9,000,000 to $10,000,000 
$10,000,000 and over... 


1,178,415 

3, 462, 062 

6, 228. 149 
5, 872, 610 
5, 021, 427 

4, 319, 749 
8, 9.33, 939 
6, 120, 230 
4, 005, 824 
4, 058, 647 
4, 078, 126 

5, 565, 267 
3, 569, 669 

7. 242. 569 
6, 034, 515 

826, 921 
2, 232, 788 
4, 027, 846 
17, 169, 745 


657, 036 
2.112,573 
3, 835, 087 
3,511,442 
3, 182, 604 

2, 559, 137 
5, 19.5, 584 

3, 456, 496 
2, 499, 746 
2, 457. 890 
2, 594, 980 

2, 677, 416 
1,830,520 
3, 144, 468 

3, 646, 270 
410, 662 

1, 786, 210 
1, 902, 644 
11, 870, 754 


521, 379 

1, 349, 489 

2. 393. 062 

2, 361, 163 
1, 838, 828 

1, 760, 612 

3, 738, 355 

2, 663, 734 
1, 506, 078 
1, 600, 757 
1, 483, 146 
2, 887, 851 

1, 739, 149 

4, 098, 101 

2, 388, 245 
416, 259 
446, 578 

2, 125, 202 

5, 298, 991 


Total. 


9, 353 3. 146. 289. ,565 


1, 490, 036, 078 


1, 735, 840, 229 


100, 531, 676 


59, 600, 452 


40, 931, 224 











1 Credit for payment of estate, inheritance, legacy, or succession taxes actually made to any of the several 
States, Territories, or District of Columbia. (Limited to 25 per cent of the total tax after the effective date 
of the revenue act of 1924 (June 2, 1924) and prior to the effective date of the revenue act of 1926 (Feb. 26, 
1926), and to 80 per cent of the total tax after the effective date of the revenue act of 1926. 

Table 4. — Estates of nonresident decedents — Distribution by size of net estate 
showing number, gross estate, net estate, deductions, total tax, tax credit, and 
net tax after deducting tax credit 

[Returns filed from January 1, 1927, to December 31, 1927] 



Size of net estate 


Num- 
ber 
of re- 
turns 


Gross 
estate 


Deduc- 
tions 


Net 
taxable 
estate 


Total 
tax 


Net tax 

credfti deduct- 
credit' ingtax 

1 credit 


No net taxable estate: 

Gross estate under $50,000 












1 


Gross estate over $50,000 














Net taxable estate: 

Under $50,000 


1,252 

44 

29 

16 

2 


$7, 505, 405 
3, 075, 852 
4. 150, 736 
4, 681, 622 
1. 086, 194 


$182, 651 

154, 363 

332, 599 

202, 468 

73, 466 


$7, 322, 754 
2. 921, 489 
3, 818, 137 
4, 479, 154 
1, 012, 728 


$74. 341 
36, 336 
197, 311 
119,661 
35, 524 


$3,990 1 $70,351 


$50 to $100,000 


5,400 , 30.936 


$100,000 to $200,000 

$200,000 to .$400,000. 

$400,000 to $600,000 

$600 000 to $800,000 


15. 625 

33,016 

2,055 


181, 686 
86, 645 
33,469 


$800,000 to $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 to $1,500,000 

$1,500,000 to $2,000,000 

$2,000,000 to $2,500,000 

$2 500 000 to $3 000 000 


1 

1 
1 
1 


907, 947 
1, 486, 966 
1. 642, 541 
2, 408. 189 


65, 459 
74, 429 
57, 964 
25, 252 


842, 488 
1,412.537 

1, 584, 577 

2, 382, 937 


38, 899 
81, 503 
96, 112 
171, 794 


9,725 
26, 781 


29, 174 
54, 722 
96, 112 




171, 794 






$3 000 000 to $3 500 000 
















$3,500 000 to $4 000 000 
















$4,000,000 to $5 000,000 
















$5 000 000 to $6 000 000 
















$6 000 000 to $7 000 000 
















$7 000 000 to $8 000 000 
















$8 000 000 to .$9 000 000 
















$9,000 000 to $10 000 000 
















$10,000 000 and over 
































Total 


1,347 


26,945,452 


1, 168, 651 


25, 776, 801 


851, 481 


96, 592 


754, 889 







' Credit for payment of estate, inheritance, legacy, or succession taxes actually made to any of the several 
States, Territories, or District of Columbia. (Limited to 25 per cent of the total tax after the effective 
date of the revenue act of 1924 (June 2, 1924) and prior to the effective date of the revenue act of 1926 (Feb. 
26, 1926) and to 80 per cent of the total tax after the effective date of the revenue act of 1926.) 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



67 



The number of returns filed for the period from September 9, 1916, 
to December 31, 1927, is as follows: 

Historical comparison, by resident and nonresident decedents of number of returns, 
gross and net estate and tax, September 9, 1916, to December SI, 1927 





Returns filed 


Gross estate 




Tota] 


Resi- 
dent 
dece- 
dents 


Non- 
resi- 
dent 
dece- 
dents 


Total 


Resident 
decedents 


Nonresi- 
dent 
decedents 


Sept. 9, 1916-Jan. 15, 1922 


45, 126 
13, 876 
15, 119 
14, 513 
16, 019 
14, 567 
10, 700 


42, 230 
12, 563 
13, 963 
13,011 
14, 013 
13, 142 
9,353 


2,896 
1,313 
1,156 


$8, 893, 238, 780 
3, 014, 072, 723 
2. 804. 327. 313 


$8, 785, 641, 889 
2, 955, 959, 464 
2, 774, 740, 672 

2, 540, 922, 175 
2, 958, 363, 744 

3, 386, 266, 616 
3, 146, 289, 565 


$107, 596, 891 


Jan 15, 1922-Dec 31, 1922 


58, 113, 259 


Jan. 1, 1923-Dec. 31, 1923 


29, 586, 641 


Jan. 1, 1924-Dec. 31, 1924 


1,502' 2; 566, 521, 698 
2,006] 3,001,088,953 
1,425! 3,407,923,034 
1, 347i 3.173.235.017 


25, 599, 523 


Jan. 1, 1925-Dec. 31, 1925 


42, 725, 209 


Jan 1, 1926-Dec. 31, 1926 


21, 656, 418 


Jan. 1, 1927-Dec. 31, 1927 -. 


26, 945, 452 











Net taxable estate 



Total 



Resident 
decedents 



Non- 
resident 
decedents 



Tax 



Total 



Resident 
decedents 



Non- 
resident 
decedents 



Sept. 9, 1916-Jan. 15, 1922.. 
Jan. 15, 1922-Dec. 31, 1922., 
Jan. 1, 1923-Dec. 31, 1923... 
Jan. 1, 1924-Dec. 31, 1924... 
Jan. 1, 1925-Dec. 31, 1925... 
Jan. 1, 1926-Dec. 31, 1926... 
Jan. 1, 1927-Dec. 31, 1927... 



$5, 509, 522, 243 
1, 704, 974, 496 
1, 532, 061, 390 
1, 395, 815, 832 
1, 658, 869, 282 
1,972,536,751 
1,761,617,030 



$5, 407, 673, 531 
1, 652, 832, 089 
1, 504, 621, 046 
1,372,420,879 
1, 621, 008, 326 
1,951,969,366 
1, 735, 840, 229 



$101, 848, 712 
52, 142, 407 
27, 440, 344 
23, 394, 953 
37, 860, 956 
20, 567, 385 
25, 776, 801 



$356, 516, 251 $351, 138, 323 

120, .562, 181 117,623,821 

89, 109, 4771 88, 383, 941 

71,939,423; 71,451,158 

87, 322, 284i 86, 223, 095 

101,805,202| 101,324,152 

41,686,113 40,931,224 



$5, 377, 928 
2, 938, 360 
725, 536 
488, 265 
1, 099, 189 
481, 050 
754, 889 



Changes in tax laws affecting the comparability of statistical data from estate tax 
returns. Federal estate tax rates, specific exemptions, and credits against estate 
tax, revenue acts, 1916-1926, inclusive 





Net estate 










Revenue 










Revenue 
act of 1916. 
In effect 
from Sept. 
9, 1916, to 
Mar. 2, 
1917, in- 
clusive 


Revenue 
act of 1916, 
amended. 
In effect 
from Mar. 
3, 1917, to 
Oct. 3, 
1917, in- 
clusive 


Revenue 
act of 1917. 
In effect 
from Oct. 
4, 1917, to 
6.55 p. m. 
Feb. 24, 
1919, in- 
clusive 


acts of 1918, 
1921, and (1924 
as amended 
by revenue 
act of 1926.). 
In effect from 

6.55 p. m. 
Feb. 24, 1919, 
to 10.25 a. m. 
Feb. 26, 1926, 




Exceeding 


Not exceed- 
ing 


Amount 
of block 


Revenue act 

of 1926. 

In effect after 

10.25 a. m. 

Feb. 26, 1926 














inclusive 










Rate per cent 


Rate per cent 


Rate per cent 


Rate per cent 


Rate per cent 




$50, 000 


$50, 000 


1 


Wi 


2 


1 


1 


$50, 000 


100, 000 


50, 000 


2 


3 


4 


2 


2 


100, 000 


150,000 


50, 000 


2 


3 


4 


2 


3 


150, 000 


200, 000 


50, 000 


3 


Wt. 


6 


3 


3 


200, 000 


250, 000 


50, 000 


3 


Wi 


6 


3 


4 


250, 000 


400, 000 


150,000 


4 


6 


8 


4 


4 


400, 000 


450, 000 


50, 000 


4 


6 


8 


4 


5 


450, 000 


600, noo 


150, 000 


5 


IVi 


10 


6 


5 


600, 000 


750, 000 


150, 000 


5 


-Yi 


10 


6 


6 


750, 000 


SOO, 000 


50, 000 


5 


ly,. 


10 


8 


6 


800, 000 


1, 000, 000 


200, 000 


5 


"Vi 


10 


8 


7 


1, 000, 000 


1,. wo, 000 


500, 000 


6 


9 


12 


10 


8 


1, 500, 000 


2, 000, 000 


500, 000 


6 


9 


12 


12 


9 


2, 000, 000 


2, 500, 000 


500, 000 


7 


lOH 


14 


14 


10 


2, 500, 000 


3, 000, 000 


500, 000 


7 


io>^ 


14 


14 


H 


3, 000, 000 


■?,, 500, 000 


500, 000 


8 


12 


16 


16 


12 


3, 500, 000 


4, 000, 000 


500, 000 


8 


12 


16 


16 


13 


4. 000. 000 


5, 000, 000 


1,000,000 


9 


\m 


18 


18 


14 


5, 000, 000 


6, 000, 000 


1,000,000 


10 


15 


20 


20 


15 


6, 000, 000 


7, 000, 000 


1,000,000 


10 


15 


20 


20 


16 


7,000,000 


8, 000, 000 


1,000,000 


10 


15 


20 


20 


17 


8, 000, 000 


9. 000, 000 


1, 000, 000 


10 


15 


22 


22 


18 


9, 000, 000 


10, 000, 000 


1 1,000,000 


10 


15 


22 


22 


19 


10, 000, 000 




i 


10 


15 


25 


26 


20 




1 









68 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Changes in tax laivs affecting the comparabiMy of statistical data from estate tax 
returns. Federal estate tax rates, specific exemptions, and credits against estate 
tax, revenue acts, 1916-1926, inclusive — Continued 



Net estate 








Revenue 






Revenue 
act of 1916. 

In efiect 
from Sept. 
9, 1916, to 


Revenue 
act of 1916, 
amended. 

In effect 
from Mar. 


Revenue 
act of 1917. 
In effect 
from Oct. 
4, 1917, to 


acts of 1918, 
1921, and 1924 
as amended 
by revenue 
act of 1926. 
In effect from 






Not exceed- 


Amount 


Revenue act 

of 1926. 
In effect after 


Exceeding 


ing 


of block 


Mar. 2, 
1917, in- 
clusive 


3, 1917, to 
Oct. 3, 
1917, in- 
clusive 


6.55 p. m. 
Feb. 24, 
1919, in- 
clusive 


6.55 p. m. 
Feb. 24, 1919, 
to 10.25 a. m. 
Feb. 28, 1926, 

inclusive 


10.25 a. m. 
Feb. 26, 1926 


Specific exen 


iptions: 




Rate per cent 


Rate per cent 


Mate per cent 


Rate per cent 


Rate per cent 


Resident decedents 


$50, 000 


$50, 000 


$50, 000 


$50,000 


$100,000 


Nonresident decedent 
Credits against estate tax: 


3 
























Credit for estate, inheritance. 








Not to ex- 
ceed 25 per 


Not to ex- 


legacy, or succession tax made to 








ceed 80 per 


any of the several States, Terri- 








cent of to- 


cent of to- 


tories, or District of Columbia in 








t a 1 tax. 


t al tax . 


respect to property included in 








(After 4.01 


( S u b se- 


the gross estate of the decedent 








p. m. June 


quent to 


for Federal estate tax purposes. 








2, 1924, and 
prior to 
10.25 a.m. 
Feb. 26, 
1920.) 
Total amount 
paid ' upon 


10.25 a m. 
Feb. 26, 

1926.) 


Credit for gi 


t tax paid— 








Total amount 










paid 1 upon 










gifts made 


gifts made 










during cal- 


during cal- 










e n d a r 


e n d a r 










years 1924 


years 1924 










and 1925 


and 1925 










by the de- 


by the de- 










cedent in 


cedent in 










respect to 


respect to 










property 


property 










included 


included 










in the de- 


in the de- 










cedent's 


cedent's. 










gross es- 


gross es- 










tate for 


t at e for 










Federal 


Federal 










estate tax 


estate tax 










purposes. 


purposes. 



' Rates for gift tax same as for estate tax under revenue act of 1924 as amended by revenue act of 1926. 
(Gift tax repealed as of Jan. 1, 1926.) 

Tables exhibiting the distribution of income in the United States, 
in each State and Territory, and by size of net income and industrial 
divisions are continued in the following pages. 
Respectfully, 

D. H. Blair, 
Commissioner of Internal Revenue. 
A. W. Mellon, 

Secretary of the Treasury. 



BASIC TABLES 



INDIVIDUAL RETURNS 



69 



Table 1. — Individual returns — Distribution by States and Territories, showing 
population and per cent of population filing returns; also number of returns, net 
income, net loss for prior year, exemptions from normal tax, tax, average net income 
and average tax per return, and relative percentages 

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1926. Fiscal year returns are included. See 

pp. 1 and 21] 



States and Territories 



Population 

as of July 1, 

1926 (Bureau 

of the 

Census 

estimate) 



Returns 



Number 



Net income i 



Pe. cent 



Amount 



Pel cent 



Net loss 
for prior 

year 
deducted 
from net 
income 
for net 
taxabls 
income 



Alabama 

Alaska 2. 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado. 

Connecticut 

Delaware-- 

District of Columbia- 
Florida.- 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho -- 

Illinois-- --. 

Indiana 

Iowa -. 

Kansas - 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine-- 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri --. 

Montana - 

Nebraska. 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon... 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennsessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington.. 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



2, 526, 000 



28, 540 



0.69 



$136, 523, 003 



445, 000 
903, 000 

316, 000 
059, 000 
606, 000 
240, 000 
528, 000 

317, 000 
139, 000 
299, 000 
522, 000 
203, 000 
124, 000 
423, 000 
821, 000 
524, 000 
919, 000 
790, 000 
580, 000 
197, 000 
396, 000 
651, 000 
790, 618 
498, 000 
695, 000 
385, 000 

77, 407 
454, 000 
680, 000 
388,i)00 
304, 000 
858, 000 
641, 192 j 
600,000 
342,000 
877,000 ! 
614,000 
693,000 ! 
826,000 
689,000 
468,000 
313,000 
514, 000 
352, 428 
519,000 
593, 036 
669,000 I 
885,000 I 
236,000 



10, 509 
19, 363 
315,344 
35, 110 
81, 449 
9, 301 
40, 024 
56, 109 

36, 744 
9,146 

11,617 

374, 725 
77, 126 
49, 476 
32, 732 
32, 821 
38, 996 
19, 709 
67, 160 

224, 042 

176, 804 
64, 227 
17, 196 
99,509 
16, 191 
33, 532 
4,797 
15, 276 

176, 320 
6,513 

753, 044 

35, 332 

9,881 

231, 196 
37, 497 
30, 955 

397, 575 
26, 362 
13, 809 
12,414 
35, 495 

111,438 
13, 568 
8,646 

37, 797 
61, 950 
32, 544 
99, 251 

8,930 



.25 
.47 

7.62 
.85 

1.97 
.22 
.97 

1.36 
.89 
.22 
.28 

9.05 

1.86 

1.20 
.79 
.79 
.94 
.48 

1.62 

5.41 

4.27 

1.55 
.42 

2.40 
.39 
.81 
.12 
.37 

4.26 

.16 

18.19 

.85 

.24 

5.59 
.91 
.75 

9.61 
.64 
.33 
.30 
.86 

2.69 
.33 
.21 
.91 

1.50 
.79 

2.40 
.22 



41 


716. 


84 


661, 


1, 571 


673, 


154 


804, 


433 


776, 


70 


544, 


198 


055, 


322 


601, 


171 


146, 


42 


950, 


39 


887, 


1,995 


Oil, 


358 


624, 


203 


015, 


153 


673, 


169 


100, 


185 


478, 


107 


979. 


374 


758, 


1,147 


576, 


905 


814, 


296 


414, 


64 


859, 


512 


801, 


59 


289, 


134 


153, 


16 


795, 


66 


743, 


1,032 


297, 


24 


631, 


4,984 


020, 


153 


231, 


33 


169, 


1,146 


495, 


223 


036, 


135 


030, 


2,138 


)68, 


155 


050, 


53 


060, 


38 


153, 


175 


714, 


547 


562, 


53 


832, 


42 


209, 


176 


024, 


245 


592, 


141 


396, 


407 


642, 


31 


750, 



0.62 



.19 
.39 

7.16 
.70 

1.98 
.32 
.90 

1.47 
.78 
.19 
.18 

9.09 

1.63 
.92 
.70 
.77 
.84 
.49 

1.71 

5.23 

4.13 

1.35 
.30 

2.34 
.27 
.61 
.08 
.30 

4.70 

.11 

22.70 

.70 

.15 

5.22 

1.02 
.61 

9.74 
.71 
.24 
.17 
.80 

2.49 
.25 
.19 
.80 

1.12 
.64 

1.86 
.14 



Total 117,489,681 4,138,092 



100.00 21,958,505,649 



$119,466 



223, 444 

105, 340 

3, 869, 766 

146, 967 

277, 742 

3, 592 

97, 265 

894, 048 

237, 003 

5,714 

65, 086 

1, 963, 467 

152, 939 

146, 869 

263, 286 

90, 501 

355, 658 

257, 513 

505, 158 

404, 525 

369, 422 

241,206 

193, 191 

654, 266 

396, 814 

152,159 

18, 867 

63, 641 

598, 710 

87, 556 

5, 992, 137 

57, 359 

33, 324 

1, 203, 557 

625, 042 

182,87S 

1,480,711 

78, 226 

55, 991 

14,616 

383, 974 

3, 406, 860 

74,539 

63, 286 

195, 24» 

458, 262 

56, 945 

48,01S 

69,612 



100.00 I 27,411,767 



Capital net gain from sale of assets hel<l more than 2 years is included in net income, but capital net loss 
from sale of assets held more than 2 years and net loss for prior year are not deducted. 
2 Alaska included in the State of Washington. 

71 



72 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 1. — Individual returns — Distribution by States and Territories, showing 
population and per cent of population filing returns; also number of returns, net 
income, net loss for prior year, exemptions from normal tax, tax, average net income 
and average tax per return, and relative percentages — Continued 



States and Territories 



Alabama 

Alaska i 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware.. 

District of Columbia- 
Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa. .- 



Exemption from normal tax 



Personal 
exemption 



$88, 378, 922 



Dividends 



$14, 917, < 



Intel est on 
Government 

obligations 

reported for 

siutax 



$166, 773 



Capital net 
gain from 

sale of assets 
held more 

than 2 years 



$2, 384, 044 



Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland— 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire. 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina.. 

North Dakota 

Ohio. 



Oklahoma 

Oregon , 

Pennsylvania... 
Rhode Island... 
South Carolina. 
South Dakota- 
Tennessee. 

Texas , 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia... 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Total. 



29, 682, 425 
63, 120, 274 

906, 934, 140 
102, 734, 690 
231, 804, 498 
26, 269, 541 
107, 038, 899 
172, 472, 225 
112, 186, 180 

30, Oil, 298 
35, 552, 108 

066, 543, 570 
230, 384, 301 
149, 206, 453 
102, 587, 324 

99, 917, 633 
115, 129, 502 

58, 999, 307 
196, 476, 886 
638, 850, 263 
493, 874, 064 
190, 771, 497 

56, 206, 455 
299, 650, 520 

45, 463, 995 
106, 387, 580 

11, 904, 682 

42, 834, 077 
519, 393, 357 

19, 194, 644 
, 204, 626, 405 
110, 692, 761 

31, 699, 090 
682, 471, 399 
126, 319, 943 

89, 115, 502 
, 168, 766, 847 

76, 638, 581 

43, 987, 334 

39, 824, 262 
109, 462, 040 
318, 879, 488 

41,255,112 

24, 898, 096 
115, 073, 101 
167, 822, 862 

96, 879, 064 
300, 394, 080 

25, 308, 292 



4, 

10, 

248, 

27, 

114, 

29, 

29, 

52, 

25, 

11, 

2, 

313, 

53, 

29, 

15, 

33, 

29, 

23, 

71, 

273, 

159, 

55, 

6, 

97, 

5, 

13, 

1, 

15, 

178, 

1, 

1, 019, 

30, 

2, 

238, 

27, 

15, 

412, 

38, 

7, 

2, 

28, 

60, 



333, 839 
300, 077 
428, 918 
042, 710 
167, 231 
860, 871 
474, 579 
219, 566 
236, 638 
044, 514 
875, 368' 
696, 394 
838, 344 
633, 764 
562, 667 
608, 211 
873, 635 
769, 997 
148, 738 
326, 780 
845, 905 
887, 038 
768, 238 
106, 277 
241, 842 
794, 544 
517, 433 
878, 265 
204, 433 
992, 481 
252, 270 
437, 391 
138, 662 
947, 019 
065, 983 
317, 313 
882, 227 
617, 747 
426, 768 
327, 449 
242, 340 
746, 408 
934, 407 
478, 779 
259, 898 
624, 795 
197, 438 
278, 996 
817, 088 



12, 124, 075, 669 



4,011,590,274 



30, 591 
102, 537 

1, 392, 288 
321, 679 
739, 615 

99, 176 

411,537 

460, 263 

118, 536 

24, 248 

23, 169 

2, 250, 668 
884, 802 
150, 018 
157, 327 
561, 790 
361, 806 
202, 741 
756, 147 

2, 144, 725 

1, 257, 060 

493, 386 

69,281 

1, 347, 246 

72, 925 

101, 059 

7,569 

116, 266 

1, 142, 885 

12, 924 

10, 005, 506 

238, 142 

23, 187 

3, 112, 345 

327, 251 

217, 358 

3, 881, 777 

347, 370 

30, 771 

52. 818 

191, 487 

805, 900 

92, 664 

58, 560 

362, 199 

299, 234 

422, 274 

289, 278 

42, 615 



36, 781, 773 



195, 148 
101, 298 

72, 430, 401 
3, 698, 418 

16, 400, 738 
3, 761, 444 
5, 484, 851 

11,960.642 
1, 869, 781 
1, 109, 057 



73, 072, 607 
20, 702, 477 

1, 626, 630 
1, 071, 885 

2, 373, 227 
2, 066, 080 
6, 505, 212 

13, 093, 024 

43, 952, 142 

43, 729, 925 

4, 677, 856 

477, 388 

16, 441, 372 

196, 142 

514, 796 

81, 080 

1, 454, 520 
37, 893, 787 

326, 911 

288, 610, 364 

2, 588, 863 

58, 958 

45, 279, 709 

10, 482, 223 

3, 830, 448 

123, 593, 321 

4, 440, 350 

67, 530 

378 

3, 392, 086 

18, 320, 839 

442, 110 

683, 783 

3, 499, 792 

2, 978, 397 

2, 595, 228 
12, 396, 872 

3,400 



912, 917, 534 



1 Alaska included in the State of Washington. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



73 



Table 1. — Individual returns — -Distribution by States and Territories, showing 
population and per cent of population filing returns; also number of returns, net 
income, net loss for prior year, exemptions from normal tax, tax, average net income 
and average tax per return and relative percentages — Continued 



States and Territories 



Tax 



Amount Per cent 



Average 
net income 
per return 



Average 
income 
tax per 
return 



Per cent 
of popula- 
tion filing 
returns 



Alabama 

Alaska! 

Arizona 

Arkansas..- 

California.. 

Colorado 

Connecticut... 

Delaware 

District of Columbia- 
Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois. 

Indiana 

Iowa. 



$2, 449, 196 



0.33 



$4, 783. 57 



$85.82 



1.13 



Kansas... 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine... 

Maryland 

Massachusetts... 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri... 

Montana , 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire. 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina.. 
North Dakota... 
Ohio.- 



Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania... 
Rhode Island..- 
South Carolina. 
South Dakota.. 

Tennessee 

Texas.. 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia.. 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Total.. 732,470,790 



498, 
1,481, 

46, 238, 
2, 959, 

13, 751, 
5, 100, 
5, 526, 

10, 415, 

2, 888, 

1, 096, 

184, 

64, 213, 
8, 934, 
2, 917, 

2, 756, 

3, 226, 
3,311, 
3, 419, 

11,517, 

37, 115, 

32, 408, 

6, 475, 

643, 

13, 496, 

561, 

1, 381, 

195, 

1, 201, 

32, 858, 

227, 

247, 164, 

3, 398, 

180, 

32, 839, 

8, 134, 

2, 175, 

76, 887. 

5,545, 

420, 

208, 

3, 651, 

12, 681, 

628, 

821, 

3, 495, 

2,800, 

2, 304, 

8, 418, 

263, 



.07 
.20 

6.31 
.40 

1.88 
.70 
.75 

1.42 
.39 
.15 
.03 

8.77 

1.36 
.40 
.38 
.44 
.45 
.47 

1.57 

5.07 

4.42 
.88 
.09 

1.84 
.08 
.19 
.03 
.16 

4.49 

.03 

33.74 

.46 

.02 

4.48 

1.11 
.30 
10.50 
.76 
.06 
.03 
.50 

1.73 
.09 
.11 
.48 
.38 
.31 

1.15 
.04 



100.00 



3, 969. 60 
4, 372. 31 
4, 984. 00 

4, 409. 13 

5, 325. 75 
7, 584. 61 
4, 948. 43 

6, 749, 54 
4, 657. 81 
4, 696. 07 

3, 433. 58 
5, 323. 93 

4, 649. 86 
4, 103. 31 
4, 694. 89 

5. 152. 22 

4, 756. 36 
5, 478. 67 

5, 580. 09 
5, 122. 15 
5, 123. 27 
4, 615. 10 
3, 771. 80 

5. 153. 31 

3, 661. 91 

4, 000. 77 

3, 501. 32 

4, 369. 19 
5, 854. 68 

3, 781. 90 
6, 618. 50 

4, 336. 92 

3, 356. 86 

4, 958. 98 
5,948.12 
4, 362. 14 
5, 378. 03 
5,881.61 
3, 842. 45 
3, 073. 41 
4, 950. 40 
4,913.61 
3, 967. 58 
4, 881. 92 
4,657.11 
3, 964. 36 
4, 344. 79 
4, 107. 19 
3, 555. 50 



47.47 
76.50 
146. 63 
84.29 
168. 83 
548. 42 
138. 08 

185. 63 
78 61 

119. 86 
15.87 
171.36 
128.81 
58.97 
84.20 
98.30 
84.92 
173. 50 
171. 49 
165. 67 
183. 30 
100.82 
37.44 
135. 63 
34.70 
41.19 
40.75 
78.64 

186. 35 
34.93 

328.22 

96.18 

18.22 

142. 04 

216. 94 

70.27 

193. 39 

210. 37 

30.43 

16.83 

102. 87 

113.80 

46. 34 

94.99 

92.47 

46.21 

70.81 

84.82 

29.49 



5, 306. 43 



177. 01 



2.36 
1.02 
7.31 
3.32 
5.07 
3.88 
7.58 
4.26 
1.17 
3.06 
2.23 
5.20 
2.47 
2.04 
1.80 
1.30 
2.03 
2.49 
4.25 
5.34 
4.02 
2.42 

.96 
2.84 
2.33 
2.42 
6.20 
3.36 
4.70 
1.68 
6.66 
1.24 
1.54 
3. .50 
1.60 
3.53 
4.14 
3.80 

.76 
1.80 
1.44 
2.10 
2.64 
2.45 
1.50 
3 89 
1.95 
3.44 
3.78 



3.52 



1 Alaska included in the State of Washington. 



74 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 2. — Individual returns — Distribution by income classes, showing the number 
of returns, net income, net loss for prior year, exemptions from normal tax, tax 
before deducting tax credits, tax credits, net tax, average amount of tax per return, 
and average rate of tax 



[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1926. Fiscal year returns are included. 

pp. 1 and 21] 



See 



Income classes 



Under $1,000 2- , 

Under $1,000 , 

$1,000 to $2,000 2 

$1,000 to $2,000.. 

$2,000 to $3,000 2 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 2 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 2 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 2 

$5,000 to $0,000... 

$6,000 to $7,000 2 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 2. 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 2 

$8,000 to $9.000 

$9,000 to $10,000 2 

$9,000 to $10.000... 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12.000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

.$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40.000. 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60.00;i to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90.000.. 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150.000 

$150,000 to $200,000 

$200,000 to $250.000 

$250,000 to .$300,000 

$300,000 to $400,000 

$400,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $7.50,000 

$750,000 to $1,000,000... 
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000. 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000 - 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over 



Number of 
returns 



107, 664 

11, 849 

459, 956 

585, 563 

384. 994 

452, 798 

487, 849 

238, 429 

181, 346 

332, 776 

21, 588 

177, 484 

9,633 

125.847 

5,967 

92,646 

4,402 

65. 442 

3,703 

53, 837 

43, 039 

34, 578 

27,968 

23, 455 

19. 776 

63, 447 

34, 467 

21, 180 

23, 701 

12, 603 

7,698 

5, 050 

3,414 

2, 534 

1,824 

4,724 i 

1,845 

897 

525 

576 

316 

325 

143 

117 

43 

34 

14 

9 

14 



Net income ' 



723,- 

1, 024, 

955, 

1, 087, 

1, 710, 

859, 

790, 

1, 512, 

116, 

971, 

62, 

813, 

44, 

692, 

37, 

555, 

.35, 

510, 

450, 

397, 

349, 

316, 

286, 

1. 092. 

768, 

578, 

815, 

560, 

420, 

320, 

2.54, 

214. 

172, 

570. 

317, 

200, 

143. 

198. 

141, 

194, 

123. 

143, 

73, 

86, 

48. 

41, 

101, 



413, 206 
824, 342 
613, 015 
304, 107 
166. 894 
736, 304 
506, 758 
849, 539 
337, 505 
095, 033 
716. 459 
406, 336 
142, 594 
841, 336 
536, 547 
253, 391 

294. 822 
000, 529 
145. 277 
616, 075 
944, 931 
023, 016 
072, 990 
262, 256 
555, 006 
740, 621 
023, 662 
550, 254 

439. 823 
663, 142 
308. 939 
378.817 
849, 732 
823, 387 
978, 259 
189. 915 
269, 021 
251,373 
891, 155 
756, 733 
457. 429 
732, 900 
148, 302 
321, 982 
421,801 
278, 608 
360, 343 
335, 421 
675, 702 



Net loss for 
prior year 
deducted 
from net 
income for 
net taxable 
income 



Total 1 4.138,092 i 21,958,505,649 



Nontaxable 2 ; 1, 667, 102 

Taxable _! 2,470.990 



$767, 720 

83, 016 

734. 845 

139, 441 

699, 577 

207, 075 

681, 384 

159, 328 

660, 710 

182, 870 

636, 337 

600, 193 

538, 024 

576, 423 

644, 405 

2, 944, 556 

2, 439, 761 

1. 477, 334 

2, 487. 481 

1, 012, 696 

1, 035, 519 

615. 224 

719, 175 

524,817 

186.453 

1, 469. 004 

1, 650, 793 

705, 521 

742. 747 

1, 204, 947 

718. 899 

164, 892 



Exemption from normal tax 



Personal 
exemption 



$278, 781, 323 

523,239 

1,259,297,118 

893,131,446 

1. 412, 690, 489 

712, 616. 668 

1,958,995.799 

576. 428, 572 

803. 619, 827 

1,117,719,726 

90, 438, 338 

629, 266, 757 

33,451,155 

448, 086, 532 

18. 528, 516 

329, 265, 048 

13, 333, 933 

230. 379, 207 

10, 838, 671 

189,854.656 

148, 329, 809 

118,434,143 

95, 700. 076 

79. 446, 309 

66, 721, 765 

220,405,311 

113, 559, 996 

■68.614,664 

75, 928, 216 

39. 542, 970 

23. 823, 892 

15, 392, 174 

10, 354, 952 

7, 707, 687 

5,477,110 

13, 933, 353 

5, 311, 438 

2. .542, 670 

1, 442, 383 

1. 490. 423 

850. 430 

872, 763 

355. 103 

289. 956 

119. 100 

97, 400 

42, 500 

15, 550 

26,400 



Dividends 



$19, 441. 186 
2, 174, 298 
34, 224, 597 
10, 345, 405 
49, 562, 062 
33, 998. 777 
83, 676, 231 
36, 734, 615 

103, 869, 196 
56,201,431 
47, 032. 810 
43, 076, 102 

41, 630, 420 
49, 1,57. 172 
35,947,318 
51, 052, 864 
31.315,079 
51, 044, 368 
32, 022. 849 
53, 030, 313 
75, 536, 015 
71,193,215 
66, 840, 169 
63, 168, 140 
61, 555, 402 

263. 095, 242 

214, 057, 777 

177, 722, 004 

278, 501, 230 

210, 383, 129 

166, 593. 465 

135. 912, 539 

109, 306, 610 

93, 527, 730 

73, 443, 274 

271, 148, 040 

147, 969, 759 

88.437,114 

65, 079, 907 

91,522,082 

59, 459, 843 

99, 127, 202 

55, 750, 386 
51, 119, 822 
25, 389, 186 

42, 201, 959 
18, 355, 082 
13, 254, 408 

56, 402, 451 



27,411,767 12.124,075.569 ! 4,011,590,274 



3, 544, 236 
23, 867, 531 



5, 879, 975. 169 
6, 244, 100, 400 



478,721,717 
3, 532. 868. 527 



loss 



1 Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years is included in net income, but capital net 
ss from s;'.le of assets held more than 2 years and net loss for jjrior yeai are not deducted. 

2 Nontaxable. Specific e.xemptions exceed net income. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



75 



Table 2. — Individual returns — Distribution by income classes, showing the number 
of returns, net income, net loss for prior year, exemptions from normal tax, tax 
bejore deducting tax credits, tax credits, net tax, average amount of tax per return, 
and average rate of tax — Continued 



Income classes 



Under $1,000 2 

Under $1,000..- , 

$1,000 to $2,000 2 

$1,000 to $2,000 ., 

$2,000 to $3,000 2 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 2 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 2 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 2... 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$8,000 to $7,000 2 

$0,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 2 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 2 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 2 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14.000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

.$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000. _ . - . 

$30,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90.000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $1.50,000 

$150,000 to $200,000 

$200,000 to $250,000 

$2.50,000 to .$300,000 

$300,000 to $400.000 

$ 100.000 1 $.500,000 

.$500,000 to $750,000 

.$750,000 to .$1,000,000. 

$1,000,000 to $1,.500,000 

$1,500,000 to $2,000,000 

$2,000,000 to $3,000,000 

$3,000,000 to $4,000,000 

$4,000,000 to .$5,000,000 

$5,000,000 and over 



Total. 



Nontaxable 2. 
Taxable 



Exemption from normal 
tax — Continued 



Interest on 
Govern- 
ment 

obligations 
reported 

for surtax 



Capital net 

gain from 

sale of 

assets held 

more than 

2 years 



$1,372,044 

1, 232, 543 
1, 186, 533 
1,121,691 
1,168,216 
4, 6.54, 335 
3, 480, 271 

2, 574, 801 

3, 822, 155 
2, 979, 702 
1, 975, 308 
1,781,698 
1,156,417 

948, 135 

733, 691 

2, 069, 696 

1,009,937 

492, 671 

357,313 

866, 313 

298, 619 

409, 434 

291,347 

389, 684 

38, 297 

141,877 

120, 228 

10, 775 

98, 042 



$8, 887, 493 
19, 271, 944 
27. 297, 735 
31,410,927 
30, 202, 764 
27, 588, 874 
25, 009, 604 
100, 669, 193 
68, 870, 519 
52, 095, 023 
36, 548, 760 
63,301,064 
56, 482, 294 
66,866,511 
49, 744. 044 
75, 398, 695 

39, 782, 657 

40, 529, 620 
26, 182, 101 
22, 105. 377 
44, 672, 335 



Tax before deducting tax credits 



Normal tax 



$72, 860 



2, 344, 770 
"5,"597,'322" 
"4,"67i,'994' 



5, 560, 115 
'4,'637,"656" 



Surtax 



1214 per 
cent tax on 
capital net 
gain from 

sale of 

assets held 

more than 

2 years 



'4,'999,'5i9' 



5, 112, 506 



4, 784, 353 



5, 093, 181 
4, 813, 238 
4, 684, 939 
4,518,919 
4, 502, 449 
4, 446, 736 
19, 595, 338 
15, 782, 190 
12, 803, 173 
18,641,178 
12, 439, 087 
8,816,179 
6, 380, 809 
4, 787, 226 
3, 926, 862 
3,161,377 
9,251,055 
4, 924, 338 
2, 954, 519 
2, 183, 770 
2,311,583 
1,418,815 
1,820,671 
1,049,729 
984, 276 
506, 076 
600, 944 
328, 274 
405, 771 
285, 587 



$207, 798 
512, 335 
694, 964 
817,097 
984, 389 
7, 957, 400 
11,762,408 
14, 241, 270 
29,111,883 
27, 235, 373 
24, 678, 777 
22. 124, 276 
19, 344, 975 
18, 051, 532 
1.5,511,774 
57, 233, 374 
35, 426, 641 
22, 716, 136 
17, 533, 996 
22, 665, 520 
14, 470. 089 
23, 060, 337 
13, 584, 917 
12, 718, 370 
6, 402, 673 
9, 672, 538 
4,494.917 
3, 786, 922 
11,327,765 



36.781,773 912,917,534 200,599,384 i 448,330,446 



$1, 084, 407 
2,341,838 
3, 400, 720 
3, 799, 656 
3, 743, 414 
3.419,689 
3, 098, 525 

12, 489, 796 
8, 493, 504 
6,445,317 
4,3:3,927 
7, 812, 395 
7, 033, 273 
8, 330, 680 
6, 198, 741 
9,402,014 
4, 967, 259 

4, 579, 820 
3. 173, 168 
2, 759, 148 

5, 562, 414 



112, 509, 705 



36,781,773 912,917,534 200,599,384 1 448,330,446 



112, 509, 705 



Total 



$72, 860 
"2,"344,"770 



5, 597, 322 



4,071,994 

'5,'666riis 



4, 637, 656 
"4,"999, 519 



5, 112, 506 



4, 784, 353 



5,093,181 

5,021,036 

5, 197, 274 

5,213,883 

5, 319, 546 

5,431,125 

27, 552, 738 

27, 544, 598 

27. 044, 443 

48, 837, 468 

42, 016, 298 

36. 895, 676 

32. 304, 741 

27, 875, 615 

25, 398, 083 

21,771,676 

78, 974, 225 

48, 844, 483 

32,115,972 

24,091,693 

32, 789, 498 

22, 922, 177 

33,211,688 

20. 833, 387 

23, 104, 660 

11,876,008 

14. 8.53, 302 

7, 996, 359 

6,951,841 

17.175,766 



761, 439. .535 



761, 439, 535 



^Nontaxable. Specific exemptions exceed net income. 
91073—28 6 



76 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 2. — Individual returns — Distribution by income classes, showing the number 
of returns, net income, net loss for prior year, exemptions from normal tax, tax 
before deducting tax credits, tax credits, net tax, average amount of tax per return, 
and average rate of tax — Continued 



Income classes 



Tax credits 



25 per 
cent of tax 
on earned 
net income 



12H per 

cent on 
capital net 
loss from 

sale of 
assets held 
more than 

2 years 



Net tax 



Amount 



Arerage 

amount per 

return 



Under $1,000' 

Under $1,000... 

$1,000 to $2,000 » 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 2 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 ' 

$3,000 to $4,000-. - 

$4,000 to $5,000 » 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 » 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 ' 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 2 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 ' 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 » 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000. 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $200,000 

$200,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $400,000 

$400,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $750,000 

$750,000 to $1,000,000... 
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000- 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000. 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over 



$17, 322 
"583,"537 



1, 380, 620 



993, 914 



1, 392, 762 



975, 929 



^933, 461 
'864," 608' 



782, 309 



Total. 



Nontaxable '. 
Taxable 



798, 713 

724, 482 

714, 955 

665, 932 

657, 727 

663, 941 

117,409 

270, 951 

529, 834 

825, 958 

014,911 

652, 047 

427, 122 

309, 523 

244, 565 

177, 776 

450, 357 

184, 980 

90, 409 

56, 439 

54, 021 

30, 079 

28, 179 

12, 716 

9,432 

4,012 

3,550 

1,252 

264 

995 



$55, 538 



$4.69 



1, 761, 233 



4, 216, 702 



9.31 



3, 078, 080 
*4,"i67,"353' 



12.91 
"12.' 52 



3, 661, 727 



20.63 



4, 066, 058 



4, 247, 898 



45.85 



4, 002, 044 



61.15 



24, 646, 993 



24, 646, 993 



$312, 713 
418,113 ' 
369,689 ' 
384,287 i 
237,387 
267,274 
229,532 
623,731 I 
309, 781 
192, 938 
220, 445 
274, 236 
97, 712 
217, 903 
120, 911 
45, 100 



4, 321, 752 



4, 321, 752 



4, 294, 468 

4, 296, 554 

4, 482, 319 

4, 547, 951 

4, 661, 819 

4, 767, 184 

24, 435, 329 

25, 273, 647 

25, 514, 609 

46, 698, 797 

40, 583, 274 

35, 873, 940 

31, 493, 332 
27, 328, 705 
24, 886, 244 

21, 364, 368 
77, 900, 137 
48, 349, 722 
31, 832, 625 
23, 814, 809 

32, 461, 241 

22, 794, 386 
32, 965, 606 
20, 699, 760 
23, 050, 123 
11,871,996 
14, 849, 752 

7, 995, 107 
6, 951, 577 
17, 174, 771 



732, 470, 790 



732, 470, 790 



11, 

16, 

26, 

35, 

45, 

56, 

72, 

101, 

144, 

197, 

276, 

436, 

571, 

772, 

1, 226, 



79.77 
99.83 
129. 63 
162. 61 
198. 76 
241.06 
385. 13 
733. 27 
204.66 
970. 08 
220. 13 
660. 16 
236. 30 
004. 89 
820. 93 
712.92 
490. 29 
205. 81 
487. 88 
361. 54 
356. 32 
134. 13 
432. 63 
753. 57 
009. 64 
092. 93 
757. 41 
079. 07 
397. 44 
769. 36 



177. 01 



177. 01 



' Nontaxable. Specific exemptions exceed net income. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



77 



Table 3. — Individual returns — Simple and cumulative distribution of the number 
of returns, net income and tax, and relative percentages, by income classes 



[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1926. Fiscal year returns are included. 

pp. 1 and 21] 



See 



Income classes 



Under $1,000 , 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to .$8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000...... 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to .$25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to .$80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000-... 
$150,000 to $200,000... 
$200,000 to $250,000... 
$250,000 to $300,000... 
$300,000 to $400,000... 
$400,000 to $500,000... 
$500,000 to $750,000... 
$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000 
$5,000,000 and over... 

Total 



Returns 



Simple distribution 



Number in 
each class 



119,513 

045.519 

837, 792 

726, 278 

514, 122 

199, 072 

135, 480 

98, 613 

69, 844 

57, 540 

43, 039 

34, 578 

27, 968 

23, 455 

19,776 

63, 447 

34, 467 

21, 180 

23, 704 

12,003 

7,698 

5,050 

3,414 

2,534 

1,824 

4,724 

1,845 

897 

525 

576 

316 

325 

143 

117 

43 

34 

14 

9 

14 



4, 138, 092 



Per cent 
of total 



2.89 

25.26 

20.25 

17.55 

12.42 

4.81 

3.27 

2.38 

1.69 

1.39 

1.04 



.567 
.477 
1.533 
.833 
.512 
.573 
.305 
.186 
.122 
.083 
.061 
.044 
.114 
.045 
.022 
.013 
.014 
.008 
.008 
.004 
.003 
.0011 
.0009 
.0004 
.0002 
.0004 



100. 00 



Cumulative distri- 
bution over class 
below 



Number 



4, 138, 092 

4, 018, 579 

2, 973, 060 

2, 135, 268 

1, 408, 990 

894, 868 

695, 796 

560, 316 

461, 703 

391, 859 

334, 319 

291, 280 

256, 702 

228, 734 

205, 279 

185, 503 

122, 056 

87, 589 

66, 409 

42, 705 

30, 102 

22, 404 

17,354 

13, 940 

11,406 

9,582 

4,858 

3,013 

2,116 

1,591 

1,015 

699 

374 

231 

114 

71 

37 

23 

14 



Per cent 
of total 



100. 00 
97.11 
71.85 
51.60 
34.05 
21.63 
16. 82 
13.55 
11.17 
9.48 
8.09 
7.05 
6.21 
5.53 
4.963 
4.486 
2.953 
2.120 
1.608 
1.035 
.730 
.544 
.422 
.339 
.278 
.234 
.120 
.075 
.053 
.040 
.026 
.018 
.010 
.006 
.003 
.0019 
.0010 
.0006 
.0004 



Cumulative distri- 
bution under class 
above 



Number 



119,513 
, 165, 032 
:, 002, 824 
, 729, 102 
, 243, 224 
, 442, 296 
, 577, 776 
, 676, 389 
, 746, 233 
, 803, 773 
, 846, 812 
, 881, 390 
, 909, 358 
, 932, 813 
, 952, 589 
,016,036 
, 050, 503 
,071, 683 
, 095, 387 
, 107, 990 
,115,688 
:, 120, 738 
,124,152 
,126,686 
:, 128, 510 
:, 133, 234 
:, 135, 079 
, 135, 976 
:, 136, 501 
, 137, 077 
, 137, 393 
, 137, 718 
:, 137. 861 
:, 137, 978 
, 138, 021 
, 138, 055 
, 138, 069 
, 138, 078 
, 138, 092 



Per cent 
of total 



2.89 
28.15 
48. 40 
65. 95 
78.37 
83.18 
86.45 
88. 83 
90. .-2 
91.^ 
92.95 
93.79 
94.47 
95. 037 
95. 514 
97. 047 

97. 880 
98. 392 

98. 965 

99. 270 
99. 456 
99. 578 
99. 661 
99. 722 
99. 766 
99. 880 
99. 925 
99. 947 
99. 960 
99. 974 
99. 982 
99. 990 
99. 994 
99. 997 
99. 9981 
99.9990 
99. 9994 
99. 9996 

100. 00 



78 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 3. — Individual returns — Simple and cumulative distribution of the number 
of returns, net income and tax, and relative percentages, by income classes — Con. 



Income classes 



Under $1,000 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5, 000- 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 _ 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,900 to $80,000 

$eo,ooo to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000. 

$80,000 to $90,0')0 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $200,000 

$200,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $400,000 

$400,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $750,000 

$750,000 to $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 to $1,500,000--- 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000.-- 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000.-- 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000.-- 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000.-- 
$5,000,000 and over 



Total... 21,958,505, 



Net income ■ 



Simple distribution 



Amount in 
each class 



$67, 
,747 
,042 
,570 
,302 
,088, 
875, 
736, 
592, 
545, 
450, 
39' 
349, 
316, 
286, 
,092 
768, 
578, 
815 
560, 
420, 
326, 
254, 
214 
172, 
570, 
317 
200, 
143, 
198, 
141 
194 
123 
143, 
73, 



,548 
,122 
,198 
,297 
,538 
,795 
,930 
,938 
.351 
,352 
,931 
,016 
,990 
,256 
.,006 
1,621 
,662 
',254 
.823 
,142 
,939 
,817 
1,732 
,387 
,259 
i,915 
1,021 
,373 
,155 
,733 
,429 
,900 
,302 
,982 
,801 
., 668 
1,343 
1,421 
1,702 



Per cent 
of total 



0.31 

7.96 

9.30 

11.71 

10.49 

4.96 

3.99 

3.36 

2.70 

2.48 

2.05 

1.81 

1.59 

1.44 

1.30 

4.98 

3.50 

2.63 

3.71 

2.55 

1.91 

1.49 

1.16 

.98 

.78 

2.60 

1.45 

.91 

.66 

.91 

.64 

.89 

.56 

.65 

.33 

.39 

.22 

.19 

.46 



100. 00 



Cumulative distribution 
over class below 



Amount 



$21, 958, 

21,891, 

20, 143, 

18, 100, 

15, 530, 

13, 227, 

12, 139, 

11,263, 

10, 526, 

9. 934, 

9, 388, 

8, 937, 

8, 540, 

8, 191, 

7, 875, 

7, 588, 

6, 496, 

5, 728, 

.5, 149, 

4, 334. 

3, 773, 

3, 353, 

3, 026, 

2, 771. 

2, 557, 

2, 384, 

1, 813, 

1, 496, 

1, 296, 

1, 152, 

953, 

812, 

617, 

494, 

351, 

277, 

191, 

143, 

101, 



505, 649 

268, 101 
350, 979 
447, 781 
091, 484 
658, 946 
536, 151 
552, 221 
762, 283 
466, 932 
705, 580 
760, 649 
737, 633 
664, 643 
402, 387 
847, 381 
106,760 
083, 098 
532, 844 
093, 021 
429, 879 
120, 940 
742, 123 
892, 391 
069, 004 
090. 745 
900, 830 
631, 809 
380, 436 
489, 281 
732, 548 
275,119 
542, 219 
393, 917 
071, 935 
650, 134 
371,466 
Oil, 123 
075, 702 



Per cent 
of total 



100. 00 

99.69 

91.73 

82.43 

70.72 

60.23 

55.27 

51.28 

47.92 

4,5. 22 

42.74 

40.69 

38.88 

37.29 

35. 85 

34.55 

29.57 

26.07 

23.44 

19.73 

17.18 

15.27 

13.78 

12.62 

11.64 

10.86 

8.26 

6.81 

5.90 

5.24 

4.33 

3.69 

2.80 

2.24 

1.59 

1.26 

.87 

.65 

.46 



Cumulative distribution 
under class above 



Amount 



$67, 
815, 
858, 
428, 
730, 
818, 
694, 
431, 
024, 
569. 
020. 
417, 
766, 
083, 
369, 
462, 
230, 
808, 
624, 
185, 
805, 
931, 
186, 
401, 
574, 
144, 
461, 
662, 
800, 
004, 
146, 
340, 
464, 
607, 
680, 
767, 
815, 
856, 
958, 



Per cent 
of total 



0.31 

8.27 
17.57 
29.28 
39.77 
44.73 
48.72 
52.08 
54.78 
57.26 
59.31 
61.12 
62.71 
64.15 
65. 45 
70.43 
73.93 
76. 56 
80.27 
82. 82 
84.73 
86.22 
87.38 
88.36 
89.14 
91.74 
93. 19 
94.10 
94.76 
95.67 
96.31 
97.20 
97.76 
98.41 
98.74 
99.13 
99. 3.=^ 
99.54 
100. 00 



1 Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years is included in net income, but capital net 
loss from sale of assets held more than 2 years and net loss for prior year are not deducted. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



79 



Table ;■!. — Individual returns — Simple and cumulative distribution of the number 
of returns, net income and tax, and relative percentages, by income classes — Con. 



Income classes 



Under $1,000 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6.000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $S,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 _■ 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 .^.. 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000... 

$100,000 to $150.000 

$150,000 to $200,000 

$200,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $400,000... 

$400,000 to .$500,000... 

$500,000 to $750,000. I 32^ 

$750,000 to $1,000,000 ' 20 



Tax 



Simple distribution 



Amount in 
each class 



$1,000,000 to $1,500,000 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000 
$5,000,000 and over 



Total. 



732, 470, 790 



Per cent 
of totai 



0.01 

.24 

.57 

.42 

.57 

.50 

.56 

.58 

.55 

.59 

.59 

.61 

.62 

.64 

.65 

3.33 

3.45 

3.48 

6.38 

5.54 

4.90 

4.30 

3.73 

3.40 

2.92 

10.64 

6.60 

4.34 

3.25 

4.43 

3.11 

4.50 

2.82 

3.15 

1.62 

2.03 

1.09 

.95 

2.34 

100. 00 



Cumulative distribu- 
tion over class below 



Amount 



$732, 470, 
732, 415, 
730, 654, 
726, 43' 
723, 359, 
719, 191 
715, 530, 
711,464, 
707, 216 
703, 214 
698, 919! 
694, 623 
690, 140, 
685, 592, 
680, 931 
676, 163, 
651, 728, 
626, 454, 
600, 940, 
554, 241, 
513, 658, 
477, 784 
446, 290, 
418,962, 
394, 075 
372, 711 
294,811 
246, 461 
214, 629, 
190, 814, 
158,353 
135, 558, 
102, 593, 
81, 893, 
58, 843, 
46, 971, 
32, 121 
24, 126! 
17, 174, 



Per cent 
of total 



100.00 
99.99 
99.75 
99.18 
98.76 
98.19 
97.69 
97.13 
96.55 
96.00 
95.41 
94.82 
94.21 
93.59 
92.95 
92.30 
88.97 
85.52 
82.04 
75.66 
70.12 
65.22 
60.92 
57.19 
53.79 
50.87 
40.23 
33.63 
29.29 
26.04 
21.61 
18.50 
14.00 
11.18 
8.03 
6.41 
4.38 
3.29 
2.34 



Cumulative distribu- 
tion under class above 



Amount 



$55, 538 
1,816,771 
6, 033, 473 
9,111,553 
13, 278, 906 
16, 940, 633 
21, 006, 691 
25, 254, 589 
29, 256, 033 
38, 551, 101 
37, 847, 655 
42, 329, 974 
46, 877, 925 
51, 539, 744 
56, 306, 928 
80, 742, 257 
106,015,904 
131, 530, 513 
178, 229, 310 
218, 812, 584 
254, 686, 524 
286, 179, 856 
313, 508, 561 
338, 394, 805 
359,759, 173 
437,659,310 
486, 009, 032 
517, 841, 657 
541, 656, 466 
574, 117, 707 
596, 912, 093 
629, 877, 699 
650, 577, 459 
673, 627, 587 
685, 499, 583 
700, 349, 335 
708, 344, 442 
715, 296, 019 
732, 470, 790 



Per cent 
of total 



0.01 

.25 

.82 

1.24 

1.81 

2.31 

2.87 

3.45 

4.00 

4.59 

5.18 

5.79 

6.41 

7.05 

7.70 

11.03 

14.48 

17.96 

24.34 

29.88 

34.78 

39.08 

42.81 

46.21 

49.13 

59.77 

66.37 

70.71 

73.96 

78.39 

81.50 

86.00 

88.82 

91.97 

93.59 

95.62 

96.71 

97.66 

100.00 



80 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 4. — Individual returns — Number of returns and net income distributed 
according to sex and family relationship, by States and Territories 

[income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1926. Fiscal year returns are included. See pp. 1 and 2 1 J 



States and Territories 



Alabama 

Alaska' 

Arizona.- 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho -- 

Illinois 

Indiana.- 

Iowa 

Kansas. 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada.. 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York.. 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma. 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington _ . 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Joint returns of husbands 
and wives, with or with- 
out dependent children, 
including husbands 
whose wives, though liv- 
ing with them, file sep- 
arate returns 



Number of 
returns 



15, 270 



Net income ' 



2, 917, 972 



Single men — Heads of 
families 



Number of 
returns 



2,020 



Net income ' 



$7, 574, 343 



Total. 



4, 

11 

185, 

17, 

35, 

4: 
15 
32: 
19: 

4; 

5, 
172: 
36: 
23; 
19 
15, 
16, 
10, 
31 
104, 
81 
32, 
10, 
51 

6, 
19, 

1 

7, 
90, 

3 

365, 

19; 

5, 
10' 
23 
15: 
173: 
12, 

7, 

7, 

is; 

47 

7; 

4, 

18, 

23, 

15, 

49, 

4, 



,364 
,837 
i,096 
,907 
.,857 
,532 
1,195 
;,739 
1,641 

:,958 

i,770 
1,593 
1,992 
,826 
1,239 
i, 500 
.,357 
1,437 
,278 
,919 
,645 
;869 
1,243 
,163 
1,665 
',823 
,502 
,072 
1,227 
,036 
,379 
,942 
,841 
,512 
,932 
,010 
,863 
,664 
,273 
,913 
,937 
,313 
,062 
,117 
,797 
,578 
,936 
',512 
,049 



19 


306, 


60 


060 


1,041 


885 


99 


788 


250 


256 


46 


573 


111 


375 


228 


228, 


117 


217 


27 


361 


21 


390 


1,262 


414 


228 


953 


130 


224 


111 


867, 


106 


387, 


68 


215, 


71 


215 


224 


056 


683 


813 


592 


320, 


198 


520 


45 


809 


332 


239 


35 


443, 


95 


252, 


7 


122, 


39 


790, 


673 


466, 


12 


165, 


3,032 


881, 


105 


280, 


23 


768, 


714 


572, 


158 


740, 


87 


719, 


1,269 


086, 


90 


504, 


35 


001, 


28 


319, 


118 


949, 


197 


180, 


36 


.591, 


25 


801, 


114 


616, 


102 


031, 


92 


789, 


267 


048, 


19 


391, 



615 

1,078 

15, 648 

2,568 

5,955 

517 
1,869 
2,183 
2,171 

581 

614 
21, 128 
5,949 
5,282 
1,868 
3,314 
2,643 
1,453 
4,185 
15, 557 
9,331 
3,268 
1,305 
7,716 
1,361 
1,887 

201 

1,109 

11, 524 

368 

48, 767 

2,034 

492 
18, 055 
1,584 
2,184 
33, 320 
2,030 
1,240 

429 
2,546 
4,842 

640 

611 
3,049 
3,150 
1,949 
5,343 

557 



2, 017, 182 



13, 555, 920, 041 



268, 090 



1 


892, 


4 


054, 


63 


310, 


8 


263, 


24 


323, 


2 


892, 


7 


568, 


10 


976, 


8 


430, 


1 


753, 


1 


769, 


92 


08], 


21 


415, 


15 


042, 


6 


589, 


11 


551, 


10 


437, 


4 


975, 


19 


574, 


61 


190, 


41 


304, 


12 


838, 


4 


071, 


28 


106, 


3 


718, 


6 


546, 




864, 


3 


583, 


50 


524, 


1 


162, 


242 


498, 


8 


478, 


1, 


551, 


65 


602, 


7 


233, 


6 


984, 


136 


499, 


7 


922, 


3 


692, 


1 


302, 


9 


901, 


19 


265, 


2 


083, 


3,436, 


10 


616, 


9 


071, 


6 


779, 


19 


322, 


1 


870, 



312 
117 
716 
699 
039 
974 
217 
629 
826 
410 
186 
937 
033 
837 
201 
614 
246 
446 
174 
767 
996 
986 
378 
006 
183 
176 
578 
439- 
753 
620- 
638 
511 
353 
584 
722 
053 
714 
914 
979 
454 
302 
787 
275 
872 
169 
361 
039 
467 
25T 



1, 102, 102, 279 



' Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years is included in net income, but capital net 
loss from sale of assets held more than 2 years and net loss for prior year are not deducted. 
' Alaska included In the State of Washington. 



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81 



Table 4. — Individual returns — Number of returns and net income distributed 
according to sex and family relationship, by Stales and Territories — Continued 



states and Territories 



Single women— Heads 
of families 



Number 
of re- 
turns 



Net income i 



Single men — Not heads of 
families 



Number of 
returns 



Net income ' 



Single women — Not 
heads of families 



Number 
of re- : Net income i 
turns 



Alabama 

Alaska^. 

Arizona 

Arkansas - 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Dlinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota. 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio.... 

Oklahoma 

Oregon , 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island , 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont. 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



613 



$2, 490. 856 



$22, 286, 721 



2,371 



$7, 087, 093 



213 
436 

7,818 

976 

1,690 

210 

1,613 

1,128 

922 

298 

177 

7,779 

1,712 

1,396 

706 

1,071 

1,213 

434 

2,088 

7,089 

2,981 

1,012 

384 

2,759 

270 

692 

52 

339 

4,276 

139 

20, 400 

589 

139 

4,858 

633 

869 

11, 364 

663 

377 

71 

825 

2,433 

131 

215 

1,019 

1,285 

587 

1,259 

81 



Total 100,284 



699, 499 
1, 734, 890 

36, 097, 440 
3, 513, 265 
8, 654, 810 
1, 161, 540 
5, 682, 016 
5, 902, 494 
3, 349, 538 
1, 196, 469 
568, 956 

34, 415, 035 
5, 313, 429 

3, 829, 661 
2, 177, 600 
3, 919, 804 
4, 854, 368 
1, 582, 058 
9, 192, 880 

25, 108, 344 
13, 261, 579 

4, 265, 478 
1, 147, 591 
9, 848, 081 

775, 337 

1, 976, 676 

269, 998 

1, 215, 745 
21, 054, 441 

509, 779 

108, 891, 212 

2, 837, 848 

360, 575 

20, 207, 881 

2, 751, 774 
2, 839, 768 

48, 949, 124 

3, 193, 057 
1, 099, 411 

151, 363 

3, 015, 640 

10, 107, 623 

546, 169 

698, 066 

3,715,960 

4, 378, 095 
2,141,417 
4, 386, 485 

320, 671 



436, 421, 796 



3,712 

4,279 

61, 284 

9,313 

23,333 

2,427 

7,760 

13, 579 

9,211 

1,758 

3,304 

120, 668 

25, 156 

13, 368 

7,647 

8,681 

8,399 

4,426 

17, 714 

58, 680 

63, 712 

19, 293 

3,689 

26, 352 

6,816 

7,710 

2,488 

4,378 

41, 598 

1,768 

196, 913 

8,579 

2,690 

73, 796 

7,958 

9,948 

125, 374 

7,015 

3,585 

3,087 

8,526 

24, 292 

4,771 

2,305 

10, 103 

20,424 

11, 176 

32, 381 

3,759 



1, 146, 871 



9, 145, 861 

12, 242, 692 

208, 072, 653 

25, 241, 448 

71,311,512 

8, 733, 898 

27, 905, 164 

43, 927, 670 

25, 160, 621 

5, 795, 193 

7, 563, 069 

367, 375, 270 

67, 544, 791 

33, 374, 101 

21, 182, 106 

28, 865, 541 

26,576,112 

14, 885, 852 

60, 288, 552 

186, 775, 768 

167, 898, 775 

49, 757, 321 

8,978,111 

83, 844, 858 

16, 178, 075 

20,113,017 

5, 484. 691 

11,810,074 

144, 056, 057 

4, 628, 873 

811,711,968 

21, 604, 705 

5, 821, 707 

201, 880, 466 

36,113,681 

25, 421, 377 

394, 039, 598 

25, 484, 868 

9, 030, 106 

6, 392, 751 

25, 676, 016 

79, 647, 813 

10, 384, 166 

6, 437, 428 

28, 993, 894 

49, 654, 448 

28, 197, 900 

76, 889, 080 

8, 647, 489 



549 
1,356 

35, 921 
3,206 

11,571 
1,199 

12, 272 

5,070 

3,890 

1,298 

483 

41, 405 
5,656 
4,761 
2,483 
3,462 
3,010 
2,304 
9,779 

29, 390 

15, 295 
5,413 
1,172 
9,160 
914 
2,757 
199 
1,832 

22, 742 
446 

96,144 

3,240 

586 

21, 349 
2,330 
2,246 

43, 475 

3,020 

1,018 

798 

3,681 

8,199 

715 

1,124 

3,985 

4,571 

2,185 

9,338 

357 



3, 639, 033, 908 



1, 666, 772 

4, 180, 439 

132, 986, 270 

10, 644, 996 

49, 490, 512 

5, 581, 957 

Zb, 151, 084 

17, 944, 406 

10, 392, 527 

4, 784, 911 
1, 168, 190 

144, 779, 903 
21, 941, 192 
14, 788, 367 

7, 289, 770 
12, 060, 029 
10, 783, 731 

9, 667, 077 
42, 342, 487 
120,444,944 
51,648,995 
17, 413, 504 

2, 815, 088 
34, 377, 923 

2, 270, 355 

7, 250, 970 
676, 330 

7, 138, 763 

87, 080, 758 

1,043,583 

453, 997, 141 

8, 757, 546 
1, 208, 520 

81, 951, 229 

8, 328, 595 

7, 174, 316 

185, 508, 557 

17, 508, 135 
2,773,411 

1. 583, 496 
11,734,790 
28, 099, 914 

2, 215, 405 

5, 039, 457 
11,932,813 
12, 550, 474 

7, 382, 765 

25, 329, 231 

930, 985 



449, 727 1, 750, 899, 706 



1 Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years is included in net income, but capital net 
loss from sale of assets held more than 2 years and net loss for prior year are not deducted. 
' Alaska included in the State of Washington. 



82 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 4..— Individual returns— Number of returns and net income distributed 
according to sex and family relationship, by States and Territories— Continued 



Grand total 



Total 




States and Territories 



Alabama. 

Alaska'- -- ■ 

Arizona -• 

Arkansas 

California • 

Colorado.- 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia --- 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois,-- 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine. - 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri- 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 
North Dakota 
Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon. 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia. 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming. 



Net income i 



$136, 523, 003 

""4i,"7i6,''578 
84, 661, 070 
1, 571, 673, 688 
154,804,655 
433, 776, 846 
70, 544, 423 
198, 055, 768 
322, 601, 033 
171, 146, 482 
42, 950, 279 
39, 887, 951 
1,995,011,009 
358, 624, 820 
203,015,362 
163,673,206 
169, 100, 987 
185, 478, 858 
107, 979, 170 
374, 758, 859 
1, 147, 576, 498 
905, 814, 790 
296, 414, 294 
64, 859, 892 
512,801,163 
59, 289, 994 
134, 153, 838 
16, 795, 822 
66, 743, 817 
1, 032, 297, 571 
24, 631, 507 
4, 984, 020, 281 
153,231,981 
33, 169, 117 
1, 146, 495, 871 
223, 036, 805 
135, 030, 190 
2, 138, 168, 594 
155, 050, 974 
53, 060, 331 
38, 153, 263 
175, 714, 293 
547, 562, 501 
53, 832, 169 
42, 209, 083 
176, 024, 673 
245, 592, 050 
141, 396, 917 
407, 642, 742 
31, 750, 581 



21, 958, 505, 649 



1 Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years is included in net income, but capital net loss 
from sale of assets held more than 2 years and net loss for prior year are not deducted, 

2 Alaska included in the State of Washington. 



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83 



Table 5. — Individual returns — Number of returns and net income distributed accord- 
ing to sex and family relationship, by income classes 

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1926. Fiscal year returns are included. See 

pp. 1 and 21] 



Income classes 



Under $1,000 2 

Under $1,000 

$1,000 to $2,000 2 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 2 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 2 

$3,000 to $4.000 

$4,000 to $5,000 ' 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 2 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 2 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 2 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 2 

$8,000 to $9.000 

$9,000 to $10,000 2 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30.000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to .$50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to .$70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to .$200,000 

$200,000 to .$250,000 

$250,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $400,000 

$400,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $750,000 

$7.50,000 to $l,000,000-_. 
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000. 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000- 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 

$5,000,000 and over 

Classes grouped ' 



Joint returns of husbands 
and wives, with or with- 
out dependent children, 
including husbands whose 
wives, though living with 
them, file separate re- 
turns 



Number 
of returns 



48, 983 

1,018 

117, 680 

36, 621 

226, 139 

9,991 

424, 997 

97, 117 

160, 571 

242, 795 

16, 904 

137, 002 

6,247 

96, 279 

3,496 

70, 494 

2,471 

48, 651 

1,981 

40, 231 

30, 939 

24, 714 

19, 763 

16, 446 

13, 689 

43, 533 

23,004 

13, 733 

15,213 

7,891 

4,800 

3,114 

2,073 

1,614 

1,111 

2,884 

1,127 

571 

328 

334 

192 

204 

86 

74 

26 

23 

8 

4 

10 



Net income ' 



Total - 



Nontaxable '. 
Taxable 



2, 017, 182 



1, 009, 469 
1, 007, 713 



$27, 

185, 

63, 

573, 

24, 

1, 496, 

367, 

698, 

1, 108, 

91, 

749, 

40, 

622, 

26, 

526, 

20, 

412, 

18, 

381, 

324, 

283, 

246, 

221, 

198, 

749, 

512, 

375, 

522, 

351, 

262, 

201, 

154, 

136, 

105, 

348, 

193, 

127, 

89, 

115, 

85, 

121, 

73, 

91, 

43, 

57, 

26, 

18, 

78, 



111,323 
676, 361 
651, 227 
932, 972 
643, 886 
785, 707 
100, 903 
399, 298 
639, 914 
384, 218 
129, 886 
831, 913 
233, 986 
593, 169 
067, 576 
691, 368 
919, 955 
450, 456 
798, 724 
556, 372 
125, 437 
781, 894 
686, 834 
787, 341 
313, 155 
495, 109 
671, 157 
036, 155 
897, 691 
117, 398 
539, 294 
187, 127 
768, 814 
774, 649 
480, 597 
564, 049 
674, 289 
634, 161 
898, 770 
013, 821 
588, 824 
428, 962 
693, 841 
636, 978 
845,404 
788, 478 
920, 522 
671, 099 
298, 977 



Single men— Heads of 
families 



13, 555, 920, 041 



Number 
of returns 


Net income • 


3,309 


$2, 025, 994 


68 


33, 454 


75, 179 


129, 307, 224 


3 


4,305 


88, 847 


214, 232, 188 


244 


670,117 


36, 121 


122, 856, 596 


4,832 


18, 238, 092 


8,092 


35, 284, 017 


14, 184 


64, 326, 553 


788 


4, 259, 130 


7,632 


41,763,555 


339 


2, 180, 648 


6,451 


35, 200, 500 


196 


1, 455, 209 


3,964 


2(1, 60.5, 261 


138 


1, 163, 688 


2,892 


24, 555, 470 


113 


1,074,815 


2,300 


21, 812, 828 


1,831 


19, 180, 864 


1,403 


16, 091, 264 


1,158 


14, 449, 750 


967 


13, 035, 366 


811 


11,752,990 


2,531 


43, 449, 033 


1,378 


30, 652, 805 


882 


24, 086, 939 


906 


31,015,214 


449 


19, 954, 837 


295 


16, 029, 805 


182 


11, 872, 827 


127 


9, 499, 218 


99 


8,366,117 


67 


6, 310, 660 


167 


19, 961, 966 


59 


10, 100, 475 


25 


5, 533, 240 


19 


5, 334, 966 


19 


6, 679, 094 


6 


2, 762, 695 


8 


5,041,821 


3 


3, 939, 530 


2 


3, 201, 903 


3 


(2) 






i 


(') 




13, 749, 256 



268, 090 I 1, 102, 102, 279 



3, 178, 297, 380 
10, 377, 622, 661 



213, 122 
54, 968 



513, 839, 509 
588, 262, 770 



' Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years is included in net income, but capital net 
loss from sale of assets held more than 2 years and net loss for prior year are not deducted. 

2 Nontaxable. Specific exemptions exceed net income. 

3 Classes grouped to conceal net income and identity of taxpayers. 



84 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 5. — Individual returns — Number of returns and net income distributed accord- 
ing to sex and Jainily relationship, by income classes — Continued 



Income classes 



Single women — Heads 
of families 



Under $1,000 2... 

Under $1,000 

$1,000 to $2,000 2 

$1,000 to $2,000. 

$2,000 to $3,000 2 

$2,000 to $3,000.. 

$3,000 to $4,000 2... 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 2 __- 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 2 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 2 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 2... 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 2-. 

$8,000 to $9,000... 

$9,000 to $10,000 2... 

$9,000 to $10,000.- 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$11,000 to $12,000. 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000.. 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000.. 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $200,000 

$200,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $400,000 

$400,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $750,000 

$750,000 to $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 to $1,500,000 

$1,500,000 to $2,000,000 

$2,000,000 to $3,000,000 

$3,000,000 to $4,000,000 

$4,000,000 to $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 and over 

Classes grouped 3 



Total. 



Nontaxable 2. 
Taxable. 



Number 
of returns 



1,597 



34, 622 

14 

29, 261 

89 

11, 194 

1,129 

3,292 

3,726 

679 

2,217 

460 

1,613 

296 

1,347 

250 

994 

212 

832 

734 

675 

513 

441 

396 

1,214 

733 

458 

486 

252 

151 

116 

56 

46 

34 

89 

29 

11 

7 

8 

5 

4 



Net income ' 



100, 284 



81, 863 
18, 421 



$971, 244 



58, 566, 747 

24, 323 

70, 293, 690 

236, 134 

38, 239, 263 

4, 215, 000 
14,517,726 
16, 789, 725 

3, 709, 745 
12, 154, 206 

2, 983, 856 
10, 431, 446 

2, 214, 050 
10, 070, 387 

2, 123, 773 

8, 442, 032 

2, 013, 661 
7, 894, 653 
7, 702, 390 

7, 756, 215 
6, 393, 976 
5, 950, 980 

5, 736, 139 
20, 935, 962 
16, 324, 126 
12, 433, 324 
16, 787, 777 
11,199,964 

8, 200, 046 
7,480,119 

4, 211, 600 
3, 930, 421 

3, 202, 892 
10, 486, 220 

4, 943, 466 
2, 472, 616 
1, 932, 268 
2, 741, 488 
2, 259, 442 



(3) 



O 



7, 448, 644 



436, 421, 796 



195, 633, 755 
240, 788, 041 



Single men — Not heads of 
families 



Number 
of returns 



Net income 1 



32, 195 

428 

139, 028 

403, 875 

19, 080 

337, 288 

4,877 

89, 797 

3,078 

40, 816 

887 

14, 621 

662 

10,311 

525 

7,401 

403 

5,532 

340 

4,381 

3,731 

3,019 

2,344 

2,114 

1,730 

5,806 

3, 270. 

2,083 

2,419 

1,335 

832 

562 

406 

270 

213 

555 

249 

103 

70 

87 

43 

42 

30 

14 

6 

6 

3 

1 

3 



1, 146, 871 



201, 075 
945, 796 



$18, 175 

252 

208, 738, 

711,515 

44, 666 
808, 637 

16, 624 

311,411 

13, 643 

182, 585 

4, 855 
79,941 

4, 289 
66, 682, 

3, 926 
55, 332 

3,414 
47, 009 

3,224 

41, 543 
39, 063 
34, 665 

29, 266 
28, 491 
25, 107 
99, 959 
72, 832 
56, 938 
83, 402, 
59, 295, 

45, 403 
36, 375 

30, 247 
22, 881 
20, 136 
66, 983 

42, 815 
22, 886 
19, 188 
30, 473 
19, 275 
25, 70 



25, 573, 674 
17, 192, 713 
11,319,377 
15, 120. 048 
10,400,112 
(3) 

21, 563, 184 



716 
739 
658 
346 
104 
214 
588 
379 
212 
799 
771 
128 
925 
578 
722 
861 
594 
465 
228 
376 
277 
068 
492 
797 
891 
117 
544 
253 
042 
003 
123 
280 
734 
341 
433 
347 
634 
277 
209 
214 
785 
536 



Single women— Not 
beads of families 



Number 
of returns 



3, 639, 033, 908 



321, 559, 518 
3, 317, 474, 390 



15,419 

270 

85, 413 

132, 073 

16, 500 

91, 586 

6,899 

31, 860 

4,084 

16, 844 

1,339 

6,798 

1,095 

5,149 

811 

3,911 

608 

3,092 

620 

2,514 

2,450 

2,024 

1,725 

1,440' 

1,259 

4,271 

2,493 

1,719 

1,893 

1,101 

638 

419 

307 

215 

151 

434 

154 

69 

36 

57 

27 

30 

10 

11 

5 



449, 727 



132, 688 
317, 039 



Net income • 



$8, 805, 
177, 
268, 
002, 



129 
229, 

39; 
219 

23: 
110, 

18 

75, 
7, 

37, 
7, 

33 

6: 

29, 
5, 
26, 
4, 
23, 
25; 
23 
21, 
19 
18, 
73: 
55, 
46 
65, 
49, 
34; 
27, 
22, 

18: 

14 
52, 
26, 
15, 
9, 
19, 
12, 
1 



,460 
,092 
,453 
,796 
,433 
,771 
,611 
',645 
1,152 
,380 
1,090 
,143 
i, 116 
,793 
i, 400 
,697 
,975 
,646 
,442 
,485 
,942 
,438 
,102 
,428 
,565 
,885 
i,609 
,348 
,776 
:,505 
,311 
,785 
i,224 
,697 
,124 
,205 
,604 
,599 
;, 256 
,719 
,794 
,190 
,760 
,454 
1,292 



16, 964, 514 



1, 750, 899, 706 



250, 249, 132 
1, 500, 650, 574 



1 Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years is included in net income, but capital net 
loss from sale of assets held more than 2 years and net loss for prior year are not deducted. 

2 Nontaxable. Specific exemptions exceed net income. 

3 Classes grouped to conceal net income and identity of taxpayers. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



85 



Table 5. — Individual returns — Number of returns and net income distributed accord- 
ing to sex and family relationship, by income classes — Continued 



Wives filing separate 
returns from husbands 



Income classes 



Under $1,000 2..- 

Under $1,000 

$1,000 to $2,000 2--- -- 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 2 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 2 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 2 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 2--- - 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 2 

$6,000 to $7,000 2 

$7,000 to $8,000 2 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 2 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 2 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000.- 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,030 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $89,000-- 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $200,000 

$200,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $400,000 

-$400,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $750,000-- 

$750,000 to $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 to $1,500,000 

$1,500,000 to $2,000,000 

$2,000,000 to $3,000,000 

$3,000,000 to $4,000,000 

$4,000,000 to $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 and over 

Classes grouped ' 



Number 
of returns 



Total. 



Nontaxable 2- 
Taxable 



Net income ' 



5,308 

10, 050 

6,639 

12, 825 

4,268 

11, 403 

3,140 

8,589 

1,878 

7,048 

844 

4,478 

702 

3,545 

554 

2,930 

464 

2,401 ! 

467 

2,077 

2,087 

1,799 

1,666 

1,411 

1,294 

4,395 

2,661 

1,843 

2,250 

1,272 

792 

539 

384 

249 

217 

540 

198 

108 

62 

63 

37 

35 

16 

14 

4 

2 

1 

1 



113, 560 



$2,898,739 

5, 678, 016 
9, 949, 479 

19, 559, 301 
10, 369, 988 
28, 258, 590 
10, 861, 163 
30, 125, 736 

8, 519, 639 
31, 708, 821 

4, 623, 180 
24, 485, 853 

4, 535, 512 
22, 973, 660 

4, 147, 998 
21,911,431 

3, 929, 493 

20, 379, 417 
4, 436, 127 

19, 743, 525 

21, 885, 021 

20, 663, 651 
20, 794, 922 

19, 035, 662 
18, 736, 778 
75, 966, 509 
59, 358, 432 
SO, 447, 783 
77, 705, 861 
56, 557, 037 
43, 324, 298 
34, 803, 062 
28, 682, 705 
21, 127, 564 

20, 566, 735 
65, 240, 349 
34, 228, 815 
24, 222, 691 
16, 856, 641 
21, 856, 039 
16, 664, 828 
21, 307, 573 
14, 229, 987 
15,911,231 

6, 572, 825 

('} 
(3) 



14, 362, 930 



1, 110, 205, 587 



24, 264 
89, 286 



64,271,318 
1, 045, 934, 269 



Community property 
income 



Number 
of returns 



853 

15 

1,395 

152 

899 

2,197 

621 

5,105 

351 

7,363 

147 

4,736 

128 

3,499 

89 

2,599 

68 

1,880 

70 

1,502 

1,267 

944 

799 

636 

597 

1,697 

928 

462 

537 

303 

184 

118 

61 

41 

31 

55 

29 

10 

3 

8 

6 

2 

1 



Net income ' 



42, 388 



$424, 730 
6,680 
2,131,227 
265, 064 
2, 148, 605 
5, 840, 771 
2, 210, 634 
18, 070, 389 

1, 566, 845 
33, 108, 537 

809, 657 
25, 996, 478 

823, 551 
22, 632, 190 

665, 592 
19, 401, 386 

577, 344 
15, 964, 043 

664, 280 

14, 228, 836 

13, 294, 000 

10, 815, 486 

9, 953, 914 

8, 555, 682 

8, 640, 488 

29, 277, 006 

20, 718, 999 

12, 642, 452 
18, 521, 462 

13, 526, 398 
10, 023, 062 

7, 583, 617 

4, 519, 437 
3, 479, 598 
2,997,818 
6,416,779 

5, 039, 738 
2, 136, 789 

772, 045 

2, 564, 358 
2, 662, 061 

(3) 



2, 244, 304 



363, 922, 332 



4,621 
37, 767 



12, 022, 465 
351, 899, 867 



Grand total 



Number 
of returns 



107, 664 

11,849 

459, 956 

585, 563 

384, 994 

452, 798 

487, 849 

238, 429 

181, 346 

332, 776 

21, 588 

177, 484 

9,633 

125, 847 

5,967 

92, 646 

4,402 

65, 442 

3,703 

53, 837 

43, 039 

34, 578 

27, 968 

23, 455 

19, 776 

63, 447 

34, 467 

21, 180 

23, 704 

12, 603 

7,698 

5,050 

3,414 

2,534 

1,824 

4,724 

1,845 

897 

525 

576 

316 

325 

143 

117 

43 

34 

14 

9 

14 



Net income ' 



4, 138, 092 



1, 667, 102 
2, 470, 990 



723, 

1, 024, 

955, 

1, 087, 

1, 710, 

859, 

790, 

1, 512, 

116, 

971, 

62, 

813, 

44, 

692, 

37, 

555, 

35, 

510, 

450, 

397, 

349, 

316, 

286, 

1, 092, 

768, 

578, 

815, 

560, 

420, 

326, 

254, 

214, 

172, 

570, 

317, 

200, 

143, 

198, 

141, 

194, 

123, 

143, 

73, 

86, 

48, 

41, 

101, 



413, 206 

824. 342 
613,015 
304, 107 
166, 894 
736, 304 
506, 758 
849, 539 
337, 505 
095, 033 
716, 459 
406, 336 
142, 594 
841, 336 
536, 547 
253, 391 
294, 822 
000, 529 
145, 277 
616, 075 
944, 931 
023, 316 
072, 990 
262, 256 
555, 006 
740, 621 
023, 662 
550, 254 
439, 823 
663, 142 
308, 939 
378, 817 
849, 732 
823, 387 
978, 259 
189, 915 
269, 021 
251,373 
891, 155 
756, 733 
457, 429 
732, 900 
148, 302 
321, 982 
421, 801 
278, 668 

360. 343 
335, 421 
675, 702 



21, 958, 505, 649 



4, 535, 873, 077 
17, 422, 632, 572 



' Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years is included in net income, but capital net 
Joss from sale of assets held more than 2 j'ears and net loss for prior year are not deducted. 
2 Nontaxable. Specific exemptions exceed net income. 
' Classes grouped to conceal net income and identity of taxpayers. 



86 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 6. — Individual returns — Distribution of income by sources of income, general 
deductions, and net income, by States and Territories 

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1926. Fiscal year returns are included. See 

pp. 1 and 21] 



States and Territories 



Number of 
returns 



Sources of income 



Wages and 
salaries 



Business 



Partnerships 



Profits from 

sale of real 

estate, stocks, 

bonds, etc., 

other than 

capital net 

gain from sale 

of assets held 

more than 

two years 



Alabama 

Alaska i. 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia- 
Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii... 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma... 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania... 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah.. , 

Vermont , 

Virginia _ 

Washington. 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



28,540 



9, 338, 714 



$23, 497, 735 



$17, 845, 256 



10, 
19, 

315 
35, 
81 
9 
40, 
56, 
36, 
9 
11 

374, 
77 
49, 
32, 
32; 
38, 
19, 
67, 

224, 

176 



16 

33; 

4, 

15 

176, 
6 

753, 
35 
9: 

231 
37 
30, 

397, 
26, 
13 
12, 
35, 

111 
13 
8, 
37 
61 
32, 



/ 



20, 
38, 

621 
69: 

167 
22; 

10' 

150, 

100, 
22, 
18, 

969 

166 
97, 
54 



38, 
175, 
514, 
423, 
141 

31 
268, 

31 

57 
8 

26: 

491 

11 

2,114 

86, 

15 

587, 



69, 
31 
18, 
86, 

225, 
30, 
16 
89 

132, 
73 

201 
16, 



, 491, 850 
; 041, 378 
, 920, 748 
I, 308, 283 
, 978, 137 
I, 403, 825 
, 733, 319 
', 614, 429 
; 836, 374 
, 746, 216 
, 317, 894 
, 315, 094 
, 520, 331 
, 254, 676 
, 970, 760 
i, 912, 912 
, 040, 303 
, 054, 696 
, 213, 002 
, 165, 599 
, 683, 385 
, 541, 754 
, 551, 169 
;, 381, 430 
, 588, 336 
, 317, 299 
, 720, 940 
i, 799, 573 
, 757, 948 
, 327, 183 
, 232, 071 
i, 028, 826 
i, 444, 829 
, 832, 051 
,912,415 
, 230, 964 
1, 340, 945 
1, 102, 732 
, 755, 872 
, 109, 028 
, 403, 778 
, 040, 089 
1, 069, 969 
I, 520, 952 
', 475, 817 
, 540, 997 
, 273, 855 
, 381, 454 
, 770, 329 



10, 


255, 


20, 


131, 


286, 


908, 


33, 


668, 


63, 


962, 


7, 


008, 


27, 


116, 


62, 


054, 


29, 


801, 


4, 


947, 


15, 


378, 


339, 


579, 


64, 


130, 


51, 


480, 


50, 


877, 


29, 


096, 


32, 


197, 


22 


473, 


45 


027, 


174 


952, 


1,56 


502, 


53 


505, 


IS 


871, 


74 


816, 


16 


630, 


38 


758, 


4 


176, 


13 


710, 


142 


012, 


7 


711, 


557 


889, 


31 


768, 


13 


844, 


200 


031, 


52 


245, 


32 


193, 


351 


449, 


19 


760, 


11 


882, 


13 


820, 


27 


701, 


129 


187, 


11 


182, 


8 


333, 


27 


407, 


52 


537, 


25 


350, 


75 


906, 


9 


163, 



Total 4,138,092 9,994,314,530 



3, 572, 896, 708 



3, 604, 

11, 543, 

106, 494, 

13, 705, 

21, 741, 
2, 664, 
9, 433, 

36, 361, 
17, 824, 

1, 350, 

4, 321, 
145,811, 

30. 639, 
20, 346, 
10, 127, 
13, 377, 

19, 282, 

5, 758, 

20, 664, 

79. 640, 
50, 876, 

22, 082, 
9, 136, 

32, 618, 
5, 932, 

10, 310, 
1, 632, 
3, 665, 

62, 960, 

2, 402, 
501, 325, 

10, 054, 

4, 188, 

73, 527, 

27, 405, 

11, 924, 

143, 315, 

7, 894, 

5, 177. 

4, 012, 

18, 769, 

53, 052, 

3, 935, 
3, 127, 

14, 740, 
16, 240, 
11, 002, 
25, 936, 
2, 795, 



100 
505 
175 
952 
016 
530 
591 
031 
208 
790 
007 
723 
407 
363 
427 
342 
500 
125 
288 
372 
192 
350 
003 
938 
337 
391 
868 
236 
929 
157 
955 
659 
681 
034 
215 
505 
939 
467 
463 
530 
827 
318 
469 
183 
470 
775 
472 
956 
006 



1, 732, 581, 033 



$10, 165, 046 



2, 366, 

3, 748, 
126, 409, 

7, 830, 

31, 300, 

7, 611, 

10, 937 
89, 962, 

8,951 

3, 400, 

1, 148, 

128. 34.5, 

15, 285 
7,134 
5, 297, 

12, 461 
12, 022, 
6,46' 
19, 742, 
69,911 
63, 101 

11, 452, 

4, 570, 
23, 405 

1, 583, 

5,671 

786, 

3, 942, 

77, 377, 

1, 167, 
359, 096, 

11, 548, 

822, 

54, 738, 

14, 387 

5,886 

139, 723, 

9, 744, 

2, 387, 
946; 

9, 044, 

33, 953, 

1,431 

2, 060, 

10, 974: 

10, 618 
7, 614 

16, 512, 
575 



145 
490 
446 
096 
836 
143 
080 
002 
181 
758 
301 
063 
047 
457 
299 
184 
403 
631 
753 
141 
264 
447 
614 
742' 
344 
831 
509 
757 
825 
473 
491 
935 
577 
950 
239 
208 
493 
356 
397 
481 
141 
128 
670 
808 
707 
258 
994 
271 
962 



1, 465, 625, 374 



> Alaska included in the State of Washington. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



87 



Table 6. — Individual returns — Distribution of income by sources of income, general 
deductions, and net income, by States and Territories — Continued 



States and Territories 



Sources of income — Continued 



Capital net 
gain from 

sale of assets 

held more 

than 2 years ^ 



Rents and 
royalties 



Interest and 

investment 

income 



Interest on 

Govern- 
ment obli- 
gations re- 
ported for 
surtax 



Dividends 



Fiduciary 



Alabama 

Alaska ' - 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California. -. 

Colorado... 

Connecticut.. 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri. 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico. 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont. 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin. 

Wyoming 



$2, 384, 044 



$12, 210, 321 



$12, 504, 637 



$166, 773 



$14, 917, 999 



$1, 284, 009 



195, 148 
101, 298 

72, 430, 401 
3, 698, 418 

16, 400, 738 
3, 761, 444 
5, 484, 851 

11, 960, 642 
1, 869, 781 
1, 109, 057 



Total 912,917,534 



73, 072, 607 

20, 702, 477 

1, 626, 630 

1, 071, 885 

2, 373, 227 

2, 066, 080 

6, 505, 212 

13, 093, 024 

43, 952, 142 

43, 729, 925 

4, 677, 856 

477, 388 

16, 441, 372 

196, 142 

514, 796 

81, 080 

1, 454, 520 
37, 893, 787 

326, 911 
288, 610, 364 

2, 588, 863 

58, 958 

45, 279, 709 

10, 482, 223 

3, 830, 448 

123, 593, 321 

4, 440, 350 

67, 530 

378 

3, 392, 086 
18, 320, 839 

442, 110 
683, 783 
3, 499, 792 
2, 978, 397 
2, 595, 228 
12, 396, 872 
3,400 



3, 


117, 


11, 


318, 


174, 


578, 


13, 


971, 


20, 


299, 


2, 


515 


12, 


059 


33, 


586 


14, 


673, 


2, 


586 


2, 


568 


Ififi, 


652 


28 


020 


14, 


654 


28, 


133 


10, 


729 


17, 


947 


4, 


720 


18, 


487, 


42 


125 


59, 


098 


17, 


488, 


6, 


295, 


37, 


928, 


3 


730 


13, 


136, 




771 


3, 


377 


48, 


806 


2, 


000 


185, 


479 


12, 


927, 


2 


207 


76, 


621 


38, 


436 


11, 


068 


118 


616 


7 


671 


4 


193 


2 


872 


13 


693 


80 


993 


2 


522 


1 


743 


12 


825 


16 


847 


10 


660 


21 


690 


2 


097 



3, 


707, 


6, 


868, 


154, 


984, 


18, 


932, 


41, 


676, 


5 


111, 


20 


385, 


37, 


417, 


11, 


169, 


2 


820, 


3, 


244, 


163 


611, 


13 


414, 


25, 


258, 


12, 


323, 


12, 


365, 


18, 


943, 


1.5, 


439, 


42, 


809, 


103, 


355, 


69 


407, 


28 


032, 


5 


903, 


42, 


000, 


4, 


690, 


14 


889, 


1, 


004, 


6 


152, 


97, 


958, 


2, 


166, 


463 


400, 


7, 


138, 


3 


863, 


,54, 


165, 


19, 


392, 


14 


382, 


183 


679, 


14 


9.58, 





752, 


3 


540, 


12 


119, 


51 


035, 


4 


101, 


5 


438, 


14 


098, 


22 


050, 


6 


446, 


49 


942, 




546, 



1, 450, 759, 713 1, 936, 604, 432 



30, 

102, 

1, 392 

321 

739, 

99, 

411 

460 

118, 

24! 

23, 

2, 250, 

884, 

150 

157 

561 

361 

202 

756, 

2,144 

1, 257 

493 

69: 

1, 347 

72 

101 

7 

116 

1, 142 

12 

10, 005, 

238, 

23; 

3, 112, 

327, 

217, 

3, 881 

347 

30, 

52, 

191 

805, 

92, 

58, 

362, 

299, 

422, 

289, 

42, 



591 
537 
288 
679 
615 
176 
537 
263 
536 
248 
169 
668 
802 
018 
327 
790 
806 
741 
147 
725 
060 
386 
281 
246 
925 
059 
569 
266 
885 
924 
506 
142 
187 
345 
251 
358 
777 
370 
771 
818 
487 
900 
664 
560 
199 
234 
274 
278 
615 



36, 781, 773 



4, 


333, 


10, 


300, 


248, 


428, 


27, 


042, 


114 


167, 


29, 


860, 


29 


474 


52 


219, 


25 


236, 


11 


044, 


2 


875, 


313 


696, 


53 


838, 


29, 


633, 


1.5, 


562, 


33, 


608, 


29, 


873, 


23, 


769, 


71 


148, 


273 


326 


159 


845, 


55 


887 


6 


768 


97 


106 


5 


241, 


13 


794, 


1 


517 


15 


878, 


178 


204, 


1 


992, 


,019, 


252, 


30 


437, 


2 


138 


238 


947, 


27, 


065, 


15 


317 


412 


882 


38 


617 


( 


426 


2 


327 


28 


242 


60 


746 


8 


934 


9 


478 


35 


259 


27 


624 


30 


197 


63 


278 


2 


817 



4, Oil, 590, 274 



291 

1, 020, 

19, 018, 

1,401 

6, 949, 

605, 

5, 366, 

4,411 

1, 612, 

947, 

119, 

22, 137 

2, 070, 

1, 752 

915, 

1, 

1,074 

1, 

10, 303, 

22, 789, 

7, 317 

2, 666! 

368, 

4, 746, 
215, 

1, 310, 

55, 

595, 

15, 234, 

194 

100, 702, 

1,041 

201 

7, 832, 

7, 919, 

1, 008, 
52, 911 

4,253, 

624, 

76, 

1,228, 

5, 583 
352 
611 

2, 259, 
1,631 

884 

3, 519, 
434, 



181 
888 
221 
552 
765 
023 
588 
957 
496 
179 
832 
622 
359 
660 
666 
541 
790 
504 
122 
336 
606 
410 
424 
882 
865 
962 
702 
227 
702 
706 
314 
662 
304 
925 
898 
409 
230 
628 
657 
945 
951 
653 
216 
518 
842 
603 
865 
071 
992 



333, 365, 460 



' Alaska included in the State of Washington. 

2 Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years is included in net income, but capital net 
loss from sale of assets held more than 2 years and net loss for prior year are not deducted. 



88 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 6. — Individual returns — Distribution of income by sources of income, general 
deductions, and net income, by States and Territories — Continued 



states and Territories 



Alabama 

Alaska i 

Arizona _. 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia- 
Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota a 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia.-- 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Total income 



$164, 314, 534 



48 


393, 


103 


176, 


1,812 


565, 


189 


881, 


485 


215, 


81 


642, 


228 


403, 


479 


047, 


212 


092 


50 


977 


47 


996 


2, 324 


472, 


395 


506, 


249 


292 


179 


437, 


197 


182, 


221 


810 


125 


201, 


417 


245 


1, 326 


363 


1,034 


819 


33/ 


H2V 


84 


Oil 


598 


793 


69 


882 


155 


805 


18 


754 


75 


692 


1,153 


349 


29 


302 


5,599 


994 


193 


772 


42 


793 


1, 342 


087 


277 


574 


161 


060 


2,498 


393 


176 


790 


69 


298 


45 


758 


200 


787 


658 


718 


63 


065 


48 


057 


210 


903 


283 


369 


168 


448 


470 


853 


37 


240 



Total.... 25,447,435,831 2,826,509,251 



General deductions 



Miscellaneous 



$23, 907, 583 



6 


185, 


16 


199, 


213 


025, 


30 


767, 


3S 


313, 


8 


701, 


26 


155, 


144 


068, 


36 


128, 


7 


281, 


7 


395, 


273 


534, 


28 


231, 


41 


420, 


22 


518, 


22 


553, 


31 


204, 


14 


702, 


32 


995, 


138 


111 


102 


363, 


32 


983. 


16 


926, 


69 


642 


10 


029 


18 


123, 


1 


862 


7 


411, 


92 


978 


4 


276 


424 


389 


33 


930 


8 


894 


158 


256 


48 


008 


23 


286 


293 


929 


16 


373 


14 


215 


6 


904 


19 


926 


98 


289 


8 


026 


4 


804 


28 


478 


34 


398, 


23 


711, 


55 


654, 


5 


030, 



Loss from sale 
of real estate, 

stocks, and 

bonds, other 

than loss from 

sale of assets 

held more 

than 2 years 



$106, 962 



59, 
83, 

5, 

1, 412 

3, 726, 
554, 
599: 

4, 633 
107, 

77, 
296 
17, 762, 
746, 
692, 
49, 
1, 108, 

1, " 
278, 

2, 698, 
16, 706, 

6, 949, 
1, 442, 



3, 990, 

13, 

812, 

14, 

362, 

5, 286, 

95, 

'95, 

442, 

81 

7, 460, 

1, 395, 

936, 

7, 987, 

1, 726, 

145, 

4 

400, 

945, 

294, 



75, 



561 

577, 
124 
800, 
154 



Contribu- 
tions 



$3, 776, 986 



178, 215, 623 



431 
2, 232, 

21, 930 

2, 896, 
9, 398, 

1, 842 

3, 593, 
7, 744, 

4, 710 
668, 
416, 

38, 164, 
7, 904, 
4, 164, 
3, 196, 
4, 419 
3, 518, 
2,241 
6, 793, 

23, 969, 

19, 692, 
6, 986, 
2, 146 

12, 358, 
549, 

2, 715, 

81 
1, 174 

22, 786, 
299, 

115, 789, 

6, 168, 

648, 

29, 875, 

5, 134, 

1, 807, 

58, 308, 

3, 639, 
1,877 

696 

4, 747, 
11, 920, 

911 
954, 
5, 839, 
2,801, 
3, 215 
6, 754 
310, 



436 
267 
704 
282 
225 
013 
460 
382 
715 
019 
899 
180 
022 
110 
100 
414 



Net income' 



$136, 523, 003 



484, 205, 308 



41, 


716, 


84, 


661, 


1,.571, 


673, 


154, 


804, 


433, 


776, 


70, 


544, 


198, 


055, 


322, 


601, 


171, 


146, 


42, 


950, 


39, 


887, 


1, 995, 


Oil, 


358, 


624, 


203, 


015, 


153, 


673, 


169, 


100, 


185, 


478, 


107, 


979, 


374, 


758, 


1, 147, 


576, 


905, 


814 


296, 


414 


64, 


859 


512, 


801, 


59, 


289 


134, 


153, 


10 


795 


66, 


743 


1,032 


297 


24, 


631 


4,984 


020 


153 


231 


33 


169 


1, 146, 


495 


223 


036 


135 


030, 


2, 138 


168 


155 


050 


53 


060 


38 


153 


175, 


714 


547 


562 


53, 


832 


42, 


209 


176, 


024, 


245 


592 


141, 


396, 


407, 


642, 


31, 


750, 



578 

070 

688 

655 

846 

423 

768 

033 

482 / 

279>^ 

951 

009 

820 

362 

206 

987 

850 

178 

859 

498 

790 

294 

892 

163 

994 

838 

822 

817 

671 

507 

281 

981 

117 

871 

805 

190 

594 

974 

331 

263 

293 

501 

169 

083 

673 

050 

917 

742 

581 



21, 958, 505, 649 



1 Alaska included in the States of Washington. 

3 Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 yeirs is included in net income, but capital net loss 
from sale of assets held more than 2 years and net loss for prior year are not deducted. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



89 



Table 7. — Individual returns— Distribution of income by sources of income, general 
deductions and net income, by income classes 

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1926. Fiscal year returns are included. See 

pp. 1 and 21] 



Income classes 



Under $1,000 ' 

Under $1,000 

$1,000 to $2,000 • 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 1 

$3,000 to $4,000. 

$4,000 to $5,000 1 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 1. 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 I 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 1 

$7,000 to $8,000. 

$8,000 to $9,000 I 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 1 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000. 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $.50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $1,50,000.... 
$1.50,000 to $200,000-... 

.$200,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to .$300,000.... 

$300,000 to $400,000 

$400,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $750,000 

$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000, 
$1,. 500,000 to .$2,000,000 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000, 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000, 
$5,000,000 and over 

Total 

Nontaxable '.. 

Taxable 



Number of 
returns 



107, 664 

11,849 

459, 956 

585, 563 

384, 994 

452, 798 

487, 849 

238, 429 

181,346 

332, 776 

21, 588 

177, 484 

9,633 

125, 847 

5,967 

92,646 

4,402 

65, 442 

3,703 

53, 837 

43, 039 

34, 578 

27,968 

23, 455 

19, 776 

63, 447 

34, 467 

21, 180 

23, 704 

12, 603 

7,698 

5.050 

3,414 

2,534 

1,824 

4,724 

1,845 

897 

525 

576 

316 

325 

143 

117 

43 

34 

14 

9 

14 



Sources of income 



Wages and 
salaries 



Business 



4. 138, 092 



1, 667, 102 
2. 470, 990 



$43, 

1, 

553, 

870, 

502, 

787. 

1, 089, 

485, 

476, 

820, 

49, 

518, 

19, 

419, 

11, 

343, 

8, 

268, 

7, 

239, 

196, 

167, 

141, 

124. 

114, 

406, 

256, 

178, 

229, 

139, 

93, 

69, 

49, 

41. 

30, 

89. 

44, 

27, 

H, 

18, 

10, 

11, 

5, 

6, 

4, 

3. 



278, 082 
680. 362 
566, 683 
852, 621 
266, 092 
757, 966 
137, 775 
527, 379 
630, 566 
222, 440 
038, 790 
409. 645 
682, 046 
244, 307 
633, 831 
076, 310 
658, 091 
202, 238 
287, 156 
744, 009 
344, 791 
908, 664 
396, 982 
899, 867 
594, 159 
630, 262 
417, 252 
442, 625 
202. 543 
237, 597 
128, 976 
159, 166 
844, 542 
777, 681 
402,118 
137, 434 
730, 344 
430, 845 
951,513 
760, 722 
819,802 
320, 064 
572, 124 
957, 819 
048,341 
914, 735 
394, 554 
320. 280 
612, 339 



9, 994. 314. 530 



2.761,179,112 
7, 233, 135, 418 



.$59, 324, 611 
686, 082 

175, 564, 143 
57, 022, 241 

312, 830, 827 
84, 747, 253 

445, 645, 089 

142, 841, 467 

167, 454, 181 

388, 256, 970 
20, 071, 156 

251, 172. 24] 
4, 846, 013 

194, 190, 002 
1, 907, 645 

156, 672, 953 
1. 907, 048 

123, 345, 392 
1, 187, 751 

102. 486, 502 
80,114,790 
68, 358, 706 
59, 705, 823 
51, 817, 274 
43, 178, 962 

150, 534, 244 
94, 723, 844 
60, 718. 488 
75, 428, 065 
43. 772, 075 
33, 009, 058 
20. 031, 018 
15, 067, 642 
10,421,718 
10, 763, 213 
25, 880, 635 
9,768,611 
6, 032, 075 

4, 845. 006 

5, 755, 930 
3, 009, 452 
4, 042, 379 
1. 325, 248 

407, 208 



264,963 

15, 283 

1,744,431 



3, 572, 895. 708 



1, 190, 738. 464 
2, 382, 157. 244 



Partnerships 



$5. 362, 334 
128, 002 
16, 257, 128 
15,701.016 
38. 253, 532 
32, 566, 449 

83, 886, 405 
50, 448, 518 
47, 682, 835 

112,508,515 

6, 124, 022 
91, 559, 375 

1, 926, 234 
83, 106, 373 

1, 423, 287 
72, 748, 325 

1, 081, 999 
62, 746, 289 
710, 400 
56, 298, 530 
48, 313, 767 
42, 914, 883 
38, 109, 858 
34, 327, 134 
29,551.011 
117,460,261 

84, 228, 579 
61,271.393 
89,029,211 
61, 500. 180 
46, 268, 786 
35, 054, 514 
28, 186, 366 
23, 657, 610 
19, 875, 828 
55, 549, 274 
36, 010, 877 
20, 878, 561 
17, 825, 960 
14. 203, 780 

10, 504, 776 
11,603,035 

11, 067, 176 
4, 755. 954 
5. 333, 533 
4,275.217 

287, 960 
2,567 
13,408 



Profits from 

sale of real 

estate, stocks, 

bonds, etc , 

other than 

capital net 

gain from sale 

of assets held 

more than 

2 years 



1,732, .581. 033 



202, 708, 176 
1. 529, 872, 857 



$4, 103 
727 
10, 848, 
5,764 
19, 524 
17, 709, 
43, 775 
32, 787 

32, 869 
73, 238, 

6,095 
50, 116 

4, 076 
50. 632 

2,838 
49. 405 

2, 191 
46, 386 

2, 420 
43, 262, 
41. 934 
38, 840, 
36, 280 

33, 588 
31.001 

134, 208 

100, 545 

82, 439, 

114, 636 

69, 286 

45. 428, 

28. 956 

19, 397, 

16, 525 

11,247 

38, 956 

23, 405 

13. 400, 

9,758 

15.119 

8, 594 

10, 860 

7,263 

11,367, 

1,921 

2,715 

6, 106 

8,647 

4,516 



128,74,5, 
1, 336, 880, 



101 
269 
.559 
292 
430 
253 
150 
311 
971 
071 
925 
722 
668 
545 
919 
092 
575 
719 
949 
490 
798 
809 
673 
953 
776 
162 
057 
042 
059 
115 
722 
882 
945 
034 
586 
448 
758 
935 
198 
056 
398 
125 
169 
940 
266 
228 
466 
294 
469 



374 



247 
127 



' Nontaxable. Specific exemptions exceed net income. 



90 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 7. — Individual returns — Distribution of income by sources of income, general 
deductions and net income, by income classes — Continued 



Income classes 



Under $1,0001.... 

Under $1,000- 

$1,000 to $2,000 1 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 1 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 1 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 1 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 1 

$6,000 to $7,000. 

$7,000 to $8,000 ' 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 1 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 1 

$9,000 to $10,000. 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000. 

$20,000 to $25,000. 

$25,000 to $30,000. 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000. 

$60, GOO to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $200,000 

$200,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $400,000 

$400,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $750,000 

$750,000 to $1,000,000— 
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000- 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000. 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000- 
$5,000,000 and over 



Total. 



Nontaxable '- 
Taxable 



Sources of income — Continued 



Capital net 

gain from 

sale of assets 

held more 

than 2 

years ^ 



$8, 887, 493 
19, 271, 944 
27, 297, 735 
31, 410, 927 
30, 202, 764 
27, 588, 874 
25, 009, 604 
100, 669, 193 
68, 870, 519 
52, 095, 023 
36, 548, 760 
63, 301, 064 
56, 482, 294 
66, 866, 511 
49, 744, 044 
75, 398, 695 
39, 782, 657 
40, 529. 620 
26, 182, 101 
22, 105, 377 
44, 672, 335 



912, 917, 534 



912, 917, 534 



Rents and 
royalties 



$31, 563, 599 

2, 123, 521 

71, 996, 457 

58, 539, 203 

102, 030, 206 

82, 990, 615 

125, 381, 299 

86, 291, 197 

57, 519, 155 

142, 343, 949 

8, 301, 019 

70, 894, 561 

3, 632, 206 

57, 109, 413 

2, 510, 962 
47, 079, 297 

1, 777, 889 
38, 807, 897 

1, 591, 757 
33, 124, 624 
28, 708, 612 
25, 521, 884 
21, 327, 294 
19, 250, 168 
17, 195, 051 
64, 754, 365 
40, 850, 877 
30, 617, 660 
42, 878, 167 
26, 823, 925 
17, 530, 881 
14, 157, 408 
10,117,376 

7, 295, 079 
5, 746, 556 
17, 343, 930 
7, 452, 439 
5, 141, 175 

3, 784, 014 
4, 417, 250 

2, 732, 474 
5, 461, 338 
1, 417, 301 
1, 220, 447 
1, 425, 722 
1, 828, 726 

33,811 
52, 607 
64, 350 



Interest and 

investment 

income 



1, 450, 759, 713 



406, 304, 549 
1, 044, 455, 164 



$16, 135, 548 
5, 507, 913 
55, 385, 170 
63, 293, 059 
65, 775, 839 

107, 073, 837 
95, 972, 680 

104, 486, 878 
50, 259, 495 

155, 032, 936 

12, 648, 131 

80, 760, 026 

7, 682, 876 

70, 090, 888 

5, 938, 551 
64, 143, 307 

4, 997, 501 
65, 331, 236 

4, 340, 829 
47, 702, 054 
43, 203, 649 
39, 450, 015 
34, 690, 986 
32, 103, 250 
29, 709, 623 
112, 095, 397 
83, 423, 489 
61, 868, 121 
83, 722, 752 
59, 514, 904 
40, 441, 208 
33, 563, 669 
24, 761, 915 
19, 855, 841 
14, 813, 402 
49, 101, 417 
23, 495, 480 
13, 103, 270 
10, 760, 750 
10,244,153 

7, 631, 975 
11,961,874 

6, 215, 953 

4, 748, 628 
1, 990, 732 
3, 239, 820 
1, 795, 659 

888, 587 

5, 649, 159 



Interest on 
Govern- 
ment obli- 
gations 
reported 
for surtax 



1, 936, 604, 432 



319, 136, 620 
1,617,467,812 



$1, 372, 044 
1, 232, 543 
1, 186, 533 
1, 121, 691 
1, 168, 216 
4, 654, 335 
3, 480, 271 

2, 574, 801 

3, 822, 155 
2, 979, 702 
1, 975, 308 

1, 781, 698 
1,156,417 

948, 135 
733, 691 

2, 069, 696 
1, 009, 937 

492, 671 

357, 313 

866, 313 

298, 619 

409, 434 

291, 347 

389, 684 

38, 297 

141, 877 

120, 228 

10, 775 

98, 042 



36, 781, 773 



36, 781, 773 



Dividends 



$19, 441, 185 
2, 174, 298 
34, 224, 597 
10, 345, 405 
49, 562, 062 
33, 998, 777 
83, 676, 231 
36, 734, 615 

103, 869, 196 
56, 201, 431 
47, 032, 810 
43, 076, 102 

41, 630, 420 
49, 157, 172 
35, 947, 318 
51, 052, 864 
31, 315, 079 
51, 044, 368 
32, 022, 849 
53, 030, 313 
75, 536, 015 
71,193,215 
66, 840, 169 
63, 168, 140 
61, 555, 402 

263, 095, 242 

214, 057, 777 

177, 722, 004 

278, 501, 230 

210, 383, 129 

166, 593, 465 

135, 912, 539 

109, 306, 610 

93, 527, 730 

73, 443, 274 

271, 148, 040 

147, 969, 759 

88, 437, 114 

65, 079, 907 

91, 522, 082 

59, 459, 843 

99, 127, 202 

55, 750, 386 

51,119,822 

25, 389, 186 

42, 201, 959 
18, 355, 082 
13, 254, 408 
56, 402, 451 



4,011,590,274 



478, 721, 747 
3, 532, 868, 527 



' Nontaxable. Specific exemptions exceed net income. 

' Capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years is included in net income, but capital net 
loss from sale of assets held more than 2 years and net loss for prior year are not deducted. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



91 



Table 7. 



-Individual returns — Distribution of income by sources of income, general 
deductions and net income, by income classes — Continued 



Income classes 



Total income 



General deductions 



Miscellaneous 



Loss from 

sale of real 

estate, stoclcs, 

and bonds, 

other than 

loss from sale 

of assets 

held more 

than 2 years 



Contributions 



Net income ^ 



Under $1,000 1 - 

Under $1,000 -.. 

$1,000 to $2,000 1 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 1 

$3,000 to $4,000.. 

$4,000 to $5,000 ' 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 1. 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 1.. 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 1 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 1 

$8,000 to $'J,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 1 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $200,000 

$200,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $400,000 

$400,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $750,000 

$750,000 to $1,000,000-.. 
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000. 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000. 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over 



Total 



Nontaxable i. 
Taxable 



$180, 

13 

921 

1, 086, 

1, 092, 

1, 159, 

1, 972, 

949, 

941, 

1,762, 

150, 

1,118, 

84, 

935, 

63, 

794, 

52, 

656, 

50, 

584, 

523, 

464, 

407, 

367, 

334, 

1,279, 

898, 

673, 

948, 

649, 

483, 

378, 

293, 

246, 

196, 

661, 

307, 

229, 

166, 

227, 

161, 

224, 

139, 

157, 

79, 

102, 

53, 

4.5, 

113, 



', 532, 
194, 
150, 
,611, 
429, 
417, 
751, 
515, 
144, 
732, 
749, 
141, 
712, 
993, 
062, 
900, 
480, 
017, 
146, 
839, 
857, 
265, 
091, 
458, 
554, 
232, 
300, 
42G, 
402, 
084, 
920, 
908, 
840, 
317, 
878, 
940, 
571, 
923, 
053, 
918, 
338, 
957, 
118, 
714, 
945, 
071, 
5W, 
350, 
857, 



188 
433 
882 
801 
348 
080 
139 
490 
449 
302 
589 
094 
606 
018 
258 
635 
716 
231 
590 
392 
646 
637 
672 
407 
252 
178 
176 
504 
693 
507 
066 
432 
372 
819 
550 
611 
167 
167 
344 
261 
474 
567 
030 
281 
398 
501 
941 
618 
313 



$106,810,249 

6, 006, 759 

172,178,698 

45, 918, 599 
105, 084, 560 

53, 613, 799 
221, 581, 664 

74, 390, 700 
127,811,092 
221,736,012 

28, 289, 063 
125, 218, 474 

IS, 013, 188 
103, 189, 595 

15, 000, 200 

86, 162, 315 
11,678,012 

87, 299, 085 
12,374,789 

61, 578, 561 
60, 173, 479 
55, 643, 514 
47, 538, 924 
42, 346, 328 
39, 365, 018 

151, 358, 608 

105, f 03, 118 
77, 155, 372 

106, 208, 108 
69, 155, 767 
48,911,941 
39,863,419 
29, 685, 298 
23, 552, 788 
17,649,832 

62, 339, 176 
34, 458, 683 
19,211,403 
15,772,626 
17. 990, 521 
11, 105,485 
20, 066, 869 
10, 108, 682 
10, 189, 250 

4, 293, 854 
11,943,927 
3, 712, 577 
2, 215, 777 
4,893,433 



25,447,435,831 | 2,826,50^251 



$7, 998, 824 

65, 613 

9, 007, 020 

137, 267 

15,118,959 

654, 969 

11,895,911 

562, 132 

8, 798, 400 

1, 567, 1.50 

2, 981, 033 

3, 320, 885 
2, 913, 692 
3, 399, 850 

2, 295, 124 

3, 281, 212 
2, 466, 454 
2,733,871 
1, 586, 575 
2,702,4.50 
3, 752, 114 
3, 492, .544 

3, 272, 695 
2, 406, 870 
2,419,846 

10,379,435 
7,340,913 

4, 372, 146 
6, 962, 596 

5, 098, 361 
3, 692, 235 

3, 262, 291 
2,149,812 
1, 335, 082 
1,229,041 

10,431,132 
5,755,611 
3, 457, 435 
1,422,351 

4, 408, .532 
4,013,122 
1, 991, 903 
1, 149, 975 

187, 000 
490, 877 
156, 589 
17, 780 
37, 821 
42, 123 



$5, 309, 909 

297, 719 

16, 352, 149 

16, 251, 828 

17, 0,58, 935 
17,412,008 
28, 766, 806 
14, 713, 119 
14, 197, 452 
27, 334, 107 

2, 763, 034 
18, 195, 399 

1,643,132 

1,5, ,562, 237 

1, 230, 387 

13, 203, 717 

1,041,428 

11,01,3,746 

1, 039, 949 

9,942,306 

8, 987, 122 

8, 106, 563 

7, 207, 063 
6,442,953 
6, 214, 382 

24, 753, 514 

17, 332, 483 
13, 348, 732 
19, 792, 106 
14,167,237 
11,006,951 

9, 403, 905 
7, 155, 530 
6, 606, 562 
5,021,424 

18, 980, 388 
10, 087, 852 

7, 002, 956 
4, 967, 212 

6, 762, 475 
4, 702, 438 

8, 165, 895 
4,711,071 
4, 016, 049 
1, 738, 866 

3, 692, 317 
1,494,241 
1,761, .599 

7, 246, 055 



178,215,623 , 484,205,308 



.$60,413,206 

6, 824, 342 

723, 613, 015 

1, 024, 304, 107 

955, 166, 894 

1, 087, 736, 304 

1, 710, 506, 758 

859, 849, 539 

790, 337, .505 

1,512,09.5,033 

116,716,4.59 

971, 406, 336 

62, 142, 594 

813,841,336 

44, 536, 547 

692, 253, 391 

37, 294, 822 

555, 000, 529 

35, 145, 277 

510, 616, 075 

450, 944, 931 

397, 023, 016 

349, 072, 990 

316, 262, 256 
286, 555, 006 

1, 092, 740, 621 
768, 023, 66? 
578, 550, 2^4 
815, 439, 823 
560, 663, 142 
420, 308, 939 
326, 378, 817 
254, 849, 732 
214, 823, 387 
172, 978, 259 
570, 189, 915 

317, 269, 021 
200, 251, 373 
143, 891, 155 
198, 756, 733 
141,457,429 
194, 732, 900 
123, 148, 302 
143, 321, 982 

73,421,801 
86, 278, 668 
48, 360, 343 
41,33.5,421 
101, 07.5, 702 



21, 958, 505, 649 



5, 509, 1,59, 7i>5 
19, 938, 276, 066 



818,821,515 
2, 007, 687, 736 



65, 061, 9t'2 
113, 1.53, 631 



89,403,181 
394, 802, 127 



4, 535, 873, 077 
17,422,632,572 



1 Nontaxable. Specific exemptions exceed not income. 

' Capital net gain from sdu of assets held more thin 2 years is included in net income, but capital net 
Joss from sale of assets held more than 2 years and r.ct loss for prior year are not deducted. 

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324 
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194 
270 
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616 
800 
904 
859 
310 
368 
680 


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48, 906 

5,521 

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$1,014 
2,775 
595 
893 
128 
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124 

9,132 

2,192 

250 

166 

1,408 


458 

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334 
778 
651 
127 
169 
268 
692 
569 
379 
344 
691 
510 
045 
035 
248 
049 
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129 
536 
013 
970 
501 
031 
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072 
329 
296 
525 
774 
437 


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3,538 

2,238 

2, 885 

4, 100 

2, 025 

1,725 

4,143 

331 

3,427 

134 

2,203 

90 

1, 006 

134 

1,488 

124 

821 

945 

816 

695 

459 

389 

1,310 

709 

747 

596 

403 

115 

4,55 

222 


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$3,000 to .$4,OC0_ 

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$4,000 to .$5,000 

$.5,000 to $6,000 2 

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$6,000 to $7,000 2.... 

$6,000 to $7.000 

$7,000 to $8,000 2 

$7,000 to $8,000 

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49 
2,476 
1,844 
2,485 
1,358 
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224 
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246 
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1,689 

1, 598 

1,207 

2,290 

594 

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Table 10. — Individual returns, by States and Territories, for the years 1916 to 
1926 ' — Number of returns, net income, and tax 

UNITED STATES 



Year 


Number of 


Net income 


Tax 


returns 


Total Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


437, 036 
3, 472, 890 
4,425,114 
5, 332, 760 
7, 259, 944 
6, 662, 176 

6, 787, 481 

7, 698, 321 
7, 369, 788 
4,171,051 
4, 138, 092 


$6, 298, 577, 620 
13, 652, 383, 207 
15, 924, 639, 355 
19, 859, 491, 448 

23, 735, 629, 183 
19, 577, 212, 528 
21, 336, 212, 530 

24, 777, 465, 658 

25, 656, 153, 454 
21, 894, 576, 403 
21, 958, 505, 649 


$14, 412. 00 
3, 931. 00 
3, 599. 00 
3, 724. 00 
3, 269. 00 

2, 939. 00 
3, 143. 00 

3, 219. 00 
3, 481. 00 
5, 249. 00 
5, 306. 00 


$173, 386, 694 

691, 492, 954 

1, 127, 721. 835 

1, 269, 630, 104 

1, 075, 053, 686 

719, 387, 106 

861, 057, 308 

661, 666, 133 

704, 265, 390 

734, 555, 183 

732, 470, 790 


$397. 00 


1917 


199. 00 


1918. 


255. 00 


1919 


238. 00 


1920 


148. 00 


1921 


108. 00 


1922 


127. 00 


1923 


86.00 


1924 


96.00 


1925 


176.00 


1926 


177.00 







ALABAMA 



1916 


2,097 
21, 844 
38, 988 
40, 789 
52, 984 
43, 009 
43,612 
51, 049 
47, 591 
26, 278 
28, 540 


$18, 469, 010 
73, 508, 562 
121, 250, 953 
133, 470, 965 
156, 604, 933 
117, 108, 806 
126, 908, 473 
159, 064, 390 
159, 918, 982 
130, 024, 575 
136, 523, 003 


$8, 807. 00 
3, 365. 00 
3,110.00 
3, 272. 00 
2, 956. 00 
2, 723. 00 

2, 910. 00 
3,116.00 

3, 360. 00 
4, 948. 00 

4, 784. 00 


$175, 989 
2, 023, 984 
4, 431, 563 
4, 668, 465 
4, 482, 805 
2, 713, 826 
2, 892, 298 
2, 840, 975 
2, 771, 221 
2, 326, 213 
2, 449, 196 


$84. 00 


1917 ..- 


93.00 


1918 


114.00 


1919 . 


114.00 


1920 . 


85.00 


1921 


63.00 


1922 


66.00 


1923 - -. 


56.00 


1924 


58.00 


1925 


89.00 


1926 . 


86.00 







ALASKA 



1916 


243 
4,570 
7,606 
9,427 
9,899 


$1, 878, 419 
10, 549, 50G 
15, 434, 987 
18, 862, 034 
19, 400, 775 


$7, 730. 00 
2, 308. 00 
2, 029. 00 
2, 001. 00 
1, 960. 00 


$17, 022 
132, 769 
316, 859 
357, 783 
248, 605 


$70. 00 


1917 


29.00 


1918 - - 


42.00 


1919 . 


38.00 


1920 


25.00 


1921 2 




1922 2 












1923 2 












1924 2 












1925 2 












1926 2 

























ARIZONA 



1916.. 

1917 


994 

12, 264 

13, 701 

20, 495 
24,812 
18, 477 
20, 079 
22, 899 

21, 301 
10, 104 
10, 509 


$11, 777, 241 
39, 635, 508 
41,579,450 
61,434,347 
67, 280, 486 
4S, 310, 197 
48, 459, 738 
59, 526, 474 
58, 273, 049 
41,382,939 
41,716,578 


$11,848.00 
3, 232. 00 

3, 035. 00 
2, 997. 00 
2, 712. 00 
2, 615. 00 
2, 413. 00 
2. 599, 00 

2, 735. 00 

4, 096. 00 

3, 970. 00 


$191, 519 

1, 019, 262 

1,724,116 

1, 816, 899 

1, 325, 905 

516, 637 

687, 026 

603, 100 

511,987 

544, 953 

498, 896 


$193. 00 
83.00 


1918 


126.00 


1919 


89.00 


1920 


53.00 


1921 


28.00 


1922 


34.00 


1923 


26.00 


1924 -- 


24.00 


1925 


54.00 


1926 


47.00 







ARKANSAS 



1916 


2, 255 
17, 839 
20,612 
33, 556 
38,113 
33, 830 
32, 072 
35, 788 . 
35, 484 
20, 597 
19, 363 


$17,683,678 
68, 296, 287 
76, 354, 037 
123, 704, 361 
1 18, 060, 710 
92, 616, 903 
95, 625, 678 
109, 793, 634 
110,255,418 
84, 474, 350 
84, 661, 070 


$7, 842. 00 
3, 828. 00 
3, 704. 00 
3, 687. 00 
3, 098. 00 
2, 738. 00 

2, 982. 00 

3, 068. 00 

3, 107. 00 
4,101.00 

4, 372. 00 


$157, 513 
1, 848, 177 

3, 269. 477 

4, 237, 673 
3. 268, 450 

1, 866, 164 

2, 314, 409 
2, 050, 416 
1,458,499 
1, 434, 504 
1.481,272 


$70. 00 


1917 


104. 00 


1918 


159. 00 


1919 


126.00 


1920 


86.00 


1921 - 


55.00 


1922 


72.00 


1923 


57.00 


1924 


41.00 


1925 - 


70.00 


1926 


77.00 







> Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 
' Included in tiie State of Washington. 



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Table 10. — Individual returns, by States and Territories, for the years 1916 to 
1926 ' — Number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 

CALIFORNIA 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 1 Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


21, 208 
182, 232 
206, 471 
266, 720 
396, 973 
386, 082 
420, 923 
517, 109 
511,218 
305, 074 
315, 344 


$228,324,945 $10,766.00 
632, 608. 546 3, 471. 00 
701, 850, 380 3, 399. 00 
981, 170, 941 ! 3 fi7Q nn 


$3, 595, 636 
20, 355, 424 

36, 070, 926 
48, 983, 856 
50, 447, 505 
36, 438, 432 
43, 778, 932 
39, 958, 780 

37, 880, 658 
37, 127, 167 
46, 238, 346 


$170 00 


1917 


112 00 


1918 


175 00 


1919 - 


184 00 


1920 


1, 329, 006, 594 
1, 168, 021, 448 
1. 357, 524, 521 
1, 697, 902, 803 
1, 741, 063, 671 
1, 490, 419, 792 
1, 571, 673, 688 


3, 348. 00 
3, 025. 00 
3, 225. 00 

3, 283. 00 
3, 406. 00 

4, 885. 00 
4, 984. 00 


127 00 


1921 - 


94 00 


1922 


104 00 


1923 . 


77 00 


1924 


74 00 


1925 


122 00 


1926 


147 00 







COLORADO 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



4,435 
40, 627 
54,160 
57, 526 
74, 198 
69, 676 
67, 463 

72, 366 

73, 350 
35, 808 
35, 110 



$53, 854, 130 
137, 853, 875 
159, 487, 951 
191,001,999 
219, 277, 184 
174, 490, 980 
184, 572, 407 
200. 572, 724 
205, 087, 973 
150, 363, 411 
154, 804, 655 



$12, 143. 00 
3, 393. 00 
2, 945. 00 

3, 320. 00 
2, 955. 00 
2, 504. 00 
2, 736. 00 
2, 772. 00 
2, 796. 00 
4, 199. 00 

4, 409. 00 



$1, 055, 758 
5, 184, 948 

5, 844, 925 
7, 196, 593 

6, 766, 900 

3, 862, 862 

4, 869, 555 
3, 267, 732 
3, 162, 736 
2. 840, 926 
2, 959, 248 



$238. 00 
128. 00 
108. 00 
125. 00 
91.00 
55.00 
72.00 
45.00 
43.00 
79.00 
84.00 



CONNECTICUT 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



9,713 
64, 472 
86, 489 
110, 409 
148, 195 
123, 269 
128,431 
149, 820 
143, 406 
74, 595 
81, 449 



$133, 858, 341 
249, 186, 724 
295, 617, 840 
347, 929, 674 
451.737,702 
343, 017, 180 
401. 720, 143 
473. 804, 719 
478, 174, 249 
404, 498, 337 
433, 776, 846 



$13, 781. 00 
3, 865. 00 
3, 418. 00 
3,151.00 
3, 048. 00 
2, 783. 00 
3, 128. 00 
3, 162. 00 
3, 334. 00 
5, 423. 00 
5, 326. 00 



$2, 824, 846 
10, 595, 737 
17, 690, 343 
16, 833, 829 
15,774,598 
10, 633, 045 
13, 130, 562 
11,199,184 
12,593,904 
13, 533, 997 
13,751,314 



$291.00 
164.00 
205. 00 
152. 00 
106. 00 
86.00 
102. 00 
75.00 
88.00 
181.00 
169. 00 



DELAWARE 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



1,346 
8,032 
10, 239 

16, 0.59 

18, 937 
15, 889 

17, 141 

19, 202 

18, 892 
9,131 
9,301 



$57, 798, 410 
56, 4.59, 176 
48, 358, 031 
62, 901, 249 
55, 633, 321 
43, 676, 893 

53, 981, 068 
57, 186, 685 
64, 179. 747 

54, 897, 972 
70, 544, 423 



$42,941.00 
7, 029. 00 
4, 723. 00 
3, 917. 00 
2, 938. 00 

2, 749. 00 
3, 149. 00 
2, 978. 00 

3, 397. 00 

6, 012. 00 

7, 585. 00 



$3, 695, 605 
9, 350, 461 
7,158,522 
7, 495, 453 
2,122,025 
1,284,365 
1,833,712 
1,402,093 
2, 432, 617 
2, 780, 200 
5, 100, 884 



$2, 746. 00 

1, 164.00 

099. 00 

467. 00 

112.00 

81.00 
107. 00 

73.00 
128.00 
304. 00 
548. 00 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



6,808 
33, 737 
50, 776 
88,616 
109, 730 
89, 965 
77, 923 
75, 796 
77, 836 
43, 293 
40, 024 



.$67, 334, 621 
113,499,332 
154, 963, 835 
234, 9.59, 904 
299, 802, 574 
248. 345, 804 
231,328,739 
221.9.50,528 
253, 312, 2.53 
200. 353, 699 
198. 055, 768 



.$9,891.00 
3, 364. 00 
3, 052. 00 
2,651.00 
2, 732. 00 
2, 760. 00 

2, 969. 00 
2, 928. 00 

3, 254. 00 

4, 628. 00 
4, 948. 00 



$1, 068, 644 

4, 499, 820 
8, 832, 200 

8, 869, 833 

9, 468, 632 

7, 704, 564 

8, 336, 587 
6, 097, 678 

5, 765, 861 
5,718,046 
,5, 526, 436 



$157.00 
133. 00 
174. 00 
100. 00 
86.00 
86. 00 
107.00 
80.00 
74.00 
132.00 
138. 00 



' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 



170 



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Table 10. — Individual returns, by States and Territories, for the years l&tS' to> 
1926 ' — Number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 



FLORIDA 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


1,779 
15,336 
19, 102 
31, 107 
42, 210 
42, 249 
41,531 
49, 591 
64,306 
76, 213 
56, 109 


$17, 401, 202 
54,378,496 
63, 681, 401 
107,362,976 
141, 105, 124 
119, 557, 316 
132, 047, 020 
156, 500, 260 
250, 963, 654 
649, 932, 382 
322,601,033 


$9,781.00 
3,546.00 
3, 334. 00 
3,451.00 
3,343.00 
2,830.00 
3,179.00 
3, 155. 00 
3, 902. 00 
8, 528. 00 
5, 750. 00 


$322,.636 
IJ, 584,.917 
2,367,.463 
4.363,089 
5, 242, 705 
2, 929, 409 
4,059,859 
3,693,955 
7, 229, 272 
28, 857, 801 
10, 415, 636 


$181.00 
103 00/ 


1917 


1918... 


124 00 


1919 


140 00 


1920 


124 00) 


1921 


69 OOi 


1922 


98 00 


1923 


74 00 


1924 


112 OOl 


1925 


379 OO' 


1926- 


186 00> 







GEORGIA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



3,444 
38, 252 
39, 073 
58, 930 
73, 325 
67, 719 
69, 988 
71,341 
62, 651 
37, 410 
36, 744 



$32, 992, 965 
137, 775, 612 
148, 366, 439 
219,471,959 
228, 619, 716 
180,311,466 
199, 432, 531 
222, 888, 344 
210, 908, 421 
177, 203, 659 
171, 146,482 



$9, 580. 00 
3,601.00 
3, 797. 00 
3, 724. 00 
3,118.00 
2, 663. 00 
2, 850. 00 
3, 124. 00 
3, 366. 00 
4, 737. 00 
4, 658. 00 



$378, 062 
3, 250, 342 
7,077,184 
9, 134, 092 
7, 697, 693 
3, 892, 645 
4,557,769 
3, 766,-159 
3,.398, 860 
3,529,883 
2, 888, 409 



HAWAII 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



1,144 
3,131 
4,242 
8,136 
13,715 
11,481 
11,597 
12,421 
12, 387 
9,306 
9,146 



$20, 362. 022 
21, 888, 755 
20, 054, 940 
33, 164, 366 
55, 572, 896 
37, 840, 014 
37, 122, 696 
42, 829, 250 
46, 395, 290 
41,465,375 
42, 950, 279 



$17, 799. 00 
6,991.00 
4, 728. 00 
4, 076. 00 
4, 052. 00 
3,296.00 
3,201.00 
3, 448. 00 
3, 745. 00 
4, 456. 00 
4, 696. 00 



$366, 802 
1, 174, 831 
1,857,352 
2,.145,194 
4, 075, 539 
1,451,776 
i; 387, 398 
1,319,276 
r, 481, 883 
944, 053 
r, 096, 213 



IDAHO 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



756 
16,414 
19, 249 
21,448 
25, 755 
22, 976 
23, 369 
25,012 
21, 436 
12, 907 
11,617 



$7, 927, 
46, 465, 
55, 954, 
65, 472, 
67,391, 
49, 737, 
51, 166, 
58, 393, 
52,301, 
40, 443, 
39, 887, 



$10, 486. 00 
2,831,00 
2, 907. 00 
3,053.00 
2,617.00 
2, 165. 00 
2, 190. 00 
2, 335. 00 
2, 439. 00 
3,133.00 
3, 434. 00 



$140, 496 

839,.646 

l; 493, 518 

1,475,023 

l,.086,.61i4 

493,658 

478, 708 

426,196 

261, 008 

170, 912 

184, 344 



ILLINOIS 



1916 '._ 37,525 

1917 ' 319,497 

1918.. ; 366,918 

1919_ j 422,229 

1920 ; 542,467 

1921 611,558 

1922 I 614,449 

1923_ ! 676,489 

1924.. -.1 652,501 

1925 357,448 

1926_. 374,725 



1,119, 
1, 256, 
1, 662, 
1, 836, 

1, 833, 
1,927, 

2, 272, 
2,413, 
1,975, 
1,995, 



290, 833 
960. 600 
309, 485 
796, 441 
956, 942 
920, 436 
637, 451 
960, 122 
605, 350 
436, 222 
011,009 



$12, 906. 00 
3, 505. 00 
3, 424. 00 
3,938.00 
3, 386. 00 
2, 999. 00 
3,137.00 
3, 359. 00 
3,699.00 
5, 527. 00 
5,324.00 



$10,947^250 
49, 103, 201 
84, 5G0, 642 
99, 398, 236 
85, 409, 203 
68, 574, 351 
77, 196, 407 
62, 880, 129 
66, 583, 239 
64, 791, 507 
64, 213, 839 



' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability ( f statistical data from income tax returns off 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



171 



Table 



10. — Individual returns, by States and Territories, for the years 1916 to 
1926 ' — Number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 

INDIANA 







Net income 1 


Tax 




Year 


Number of 
returns 










Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


7,004 


$74, 637, 683 


$10, 656. 00 


$1,165,961 


$166.00 


1917 


85,021 


261, 265, 426 


3,073.00 


5,978,782 


70.00 


1918 i 


104, 581 


325,549,440 


3,113.00 


11, 456, 898 


110.00 


1919 i 


130,383 
189, 587 


417, 323, 251 
556, 061, 991 


3,201.00 
2, 933. 00 


13, 541, 245 
15, 780, 124 


104.00 


1920 ..- 


83.00 


1921. 


150,300 


406, 242, 138 


2, 703. 00 


8, 973, 653 


60.00 


1922 


153, 469 


426, 365, 818 


2, 778. 00 


9,578,511 


62.00 


1923 


178, 831 


510, 507, 072 


2, 854. 00 


7, 882, 768 


44.00 


1924 . - 


156, 845 


461, 717, 343 


2, 944. 00 


6, 655, 560 


42.00 


1925.- 


80,300 
77, 126 


344, 266, 673 
358, 624, 820 


4,287.00 
4, 650. 00 


7, 508, 733 
9, 934, 476 


94.00 


1926.. 


129.00 






IOWA 


1916. 


8,497 


$65,604,874 


$7,721.00 


$518,845 


$61.00 


1917 


114,970 


337, 283, 861 


2, 934. 00 


5, 445, 816 


47.00 


1918. 


118,933 


450, 267, 585 


3, 786. 00 


15, 928, 158 


134.00 


1919 


133, 796 


527,163,054 


3, 940. 00 


15, 807, 707 


118.00 


1920 


183, 398 


631, 560, 789 


3.444.00 


18,776,990 


102.00 


1921. 


111,483 


313, 762, 935 


2, 814. 00 


5,837,960 


52.00 


1922 


131, 870 


359, 562, 822 


2, 727. 00 


5, 466, 397 


41.00 


1923 


135, 864 


363, 242, 331 


2, 673. 00 


4, 126, 470 


30.00 


1924 


110,404 


298, 734, 381 


2, 706. 00 


3, 123, 808 


28.00 


1925 


50, 379 


198, 735, 930 


3, 945. 00 


3,111,096 


62.00 


1926 


49, 476 


203, 015, 362 


4, 103. 00 


2, 917, 845 


59.00 


KANSAS 


1916 


4,290 


$39, 638, 465 


$9, 240. 00 


$555,943 
5, 428, 495 
7, 880, 244 
9,138,315 


$130. 00 
86 00 


1917 


63, 065 


202, 159, 002 


3, 206. 00 


1918 


64,794 


218, 524, 054 


3, 373. 00 


122.00 


1919 


76, 451 


264,971,649 


3, 466. 00 


120.00 


1920.. 


99, 255 


306, 413, 429 


3, 087. 00 


8 351 393 


84 00 


1921 


88, 785 


217, 237, 297 


2, 447. 00 
2,428.00 
2, 495. 00 


3, 392, 429 
3, 246, 097 
2,118,057 


38 00 


1922 


86,915 


211,061,984 


37 00 


1923 


86, 291 


215, 346, 538 


24.00 


1924 


84, 080 


203, 034, 515 


2,415 00 


1,918,019 
2, 222, 306 
2, 756, 049 


23 00 


1925.. 


34, 284 


141, 511, 127 


4, 128. 00 


65 00 


1926 


32, 732 


153, 673, 206 


4, 695. 00 


84 00 






KENTUCKY 


1916 


3,887 


$38, 506, 976 


$9, 907. 00 


$384, 497 


$99.00 


1917. 


34, 692 


124, 826, 244 


3, 598. 00 


2, 943, 196 


85.00 


1918 


47, 098 


166, 350, 127 


3, 532. 00 


7, 918, 960 


168.00 


1919. ., 


59, 332 


215,977,422 


3, 640. 00 


7, 595, 384 


128.00 


1920.. 


78, 258 


243, 879, 230 


3, 116. 00 


7, 292, 098 


93.00 


1921 


69, 496 


192, 273, 937 


2,767.00 


4, 297, 470 


62.00 


1922 


69, 666 


200, 048, 892 


2, 872. 00 


4, 676, 804 


67.00 


1923 


79,091 


214, 415, 879 


2,711.00 


3, 723, 960 


47.00 


1924 


72,119 


238,094,411 
180, 217, 420 
169, 100, 987 


3 301 00 


3 805 689 


53 00 


1925 


37, 315 


4, 830. 00 
5,152.00 


3 299 792 


88 00 


1926 


32, 821 


3, 226. 344 


98 00 






LOUISIANA 


1916 


4,517 


$51, 274, 633 
134, 349, 180 
137,261 983 


$11, 351. 00 
4 157 00 


$778, 693 
4, 936, 825 
9, 353, 518 
12, 888, 655 
9, 626, 591 
5 304 522 


$172.00 
153 00 


1917.. 


32, 317 


1918 


33, 432 
52, 871 
69, 340 


4 106 00 


280 00 


1919 


201, 753, 808 
237 109 145 


3,815.00 
3 420 00 


244 00 


1920 


139 00 


1921 


67, 960 


197 897 146 


2,912.00 
3, 041. 00 
3, 170 00 


78 00 


1922. 


66, 972 


203, 664, 606 
213, 802, 450 
221, 133, 422 
195,585,488 
185,478,850 


b, 353^ 574 
4, 438, 454 
3 528 511 


80 00 


1923 


67,440 
67, 658 
40,695 
38, 996 


66 00 


1924 


3, 268. 00 
4, 806. 00 

4, 756. 00 


52 00 


1925 


3, 850, 206 
3,311,535 


95 00 


1926 


85 00 







' Changes in the revenue acts aflfecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 



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172 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 10. — Individual returns, by States and Territories, for the years 1916 to 

1926 ' — Number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 

MAINE 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


2,823 
17, 112 
25, 104 
34, 578 

47, 717 
44, 397 
43, 041 

48, 435 
42, 254 
19, 444 
19, 709 


$30, 435, 945 
66, 950, 710 
84, 033, 212 
112, 562, 525 
143, 455, 545 
124, 628, 679 
129, 8.57, 441 
142, 964, 209 
135, 221, 259 
97, 927, 563 
107, 979, 178 


$10, 781. 00 
3, 913. 00 
3, 347. 00 
3, 255. 00 
3, 006. 00 
2, 807. 00 
3, 017. 00 
2, 952. 00 
3, 200. 00 
5, 036. 00 
5, 479. 00 


$371, 367 
2. 467, 852 
4, 263, 003 
4, 468, 876 
4, 892, 419 
3, 974. 861 
3, 896, 892 
2, 785, 696 
2, 568, 353 
2, 718, 658 
3, 419, 490 


$132. 00 
144 00 


1917 


1918 


170 00 


1919 


129 00 


1920 - -. 


103 00 


1921. 


90 00 


1922 . . 


91 00 


1923 


58 00 


1924 


61 00 


1925 


140 00 


1926 


174. 00 







MARYLAND 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



9,674 
56, 954 
80, 085 
86, 373 
108, 000 
112, 963 
110,896 
127, 770 
126, 226 
66, 152 
67, 160 



$121, 009, 054 
244, 291, 849 
287, 423, 572 
330,111,972 
390, 781, 048 
368, 691, 062 
386, 830, 235 
401, 259, 584 
467, 225, 699 
362, 484, 950 
374, 758, 859 



$12, 509. 00 

4, 289. 00 
3, 589. 00 
3, 822. 00 
3, 618. 00 
3, 264. 00 
3, 488. 00 
3, 140. 00 
3, 701. 00 

5, 480. 00 
5, 580. 00 



$2, 405, 623 
12, 325, 524 

20, 252, 137 

21, 931, 984 
20, 257, 233 
14, 537, 303 
15, 363, 765 

11, 540, 437 

12, 073, 312 
11, 623, 229 
11,517,168 



MASSACHUSETTS 



$249. 00 
216. 00 
253. 00 
254. 00 
188.00 
129. 00 
139. 00 
90.00 
96.00 
176. 00 
171. 00 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



32, 291 
156, 111 
209, 786 
268, 307 
401, 770 
388, 442 
397, 241 
415, 100 
378, 049 
221, 530 
224, 042 



$474, 
717, 
868, 
1, 090, 
1, 368, 
1, 153, 
1, 237, 
1,413, 
1, 320, 
1, 132, 
1, 147, 



292, 762 
512, 002 
460, 461 
808, 058 
406, 648 
008, 156 
893, 477 
015, 994 
156, 959 
289, 870 
576, 498 



$14, 688. 00 
4, 596. 00 
4, 140. 00 
4, 065. 00 
3, 406. 00 
2, 968. 00 
3,116.00 
3, 404. 00 
3, 492, 00 
5,111.00 
5, 122. 00 



$10, 892, 685 
44, 478, 907 
81, 307, 340 
86, 566, 938 
69, 368, 994 
46, 534, 644 
57, 781, 194 
42, 527, 993 
40, 857, 137 
41,052,088 
37,115,976 



$337. 00 
285.00 
388. 00 
323. 00 
173. 00 
120. 00 
145.00 
102. 00 
108.00 
185. 00 
166. 00 



MICHIGAN 



1916 


11, 448 
111,562 
135, 349 
181, 662 
305, 075 
250, 147 
267, 953 
350, 072 
323, 733 
188, 669 
176, 804 


$162, 533, 104 
387, 824, 910 
415,313,164 
665, 475, 193 
895, 679, 238 
657, 779, 854 
796,411,946 
1,041,933,086 
1, 045, 850, 046 
910,910,113 
905, 814, 790 


$14, 198. 00 
3, 476. 00 
3, 068. 00 

3, 663. 00 
2, 936. 00 
2, 630. 00 
2, 972. 00 
2, 976. 00 
3,231.00 

4, 828. 00 
5, 123. 00 


$3, 340, 682 
1-5, 159, 388 
22, 336, 385 
55, 958, 378 
40, 493, 261 
24, 197, 840 
34, 965, 003 
28, 051, 017 
30, 983, 705 
33, 263, 014 
32, 408, 357 


$292. 00 


1917 


136.00 


1918 


165.00 


1919 


308. 00 


1920 


133.00 


1921 -. 


97.00 


1922 


130. 00 


1923 


80.00 


1924 


96.00 


1925 .- 


176. 00 


1926 


183. 00 







MINNESOTA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
19^5 
1926, 



7,556 
80,009 
84, 515 
123, 914 
154, 118 
124, 501 
122, 885 
134, 360 
128, 237 
71, 291 
64, 227 



$93, 201, 384 
275, 510, 103 
291, 074, 629 
383, 920, 683 
453, 212, 241 
340, 833, 699 
348, 740, 625 
372, 376, 782 
375, 588, 940 
305, 945, 206 
296, 414, 294 



$12, 335. 00 
3, 443. 00 

3, 444. 00 
3,098.00 i 
2, 941. 00 
2, 738. 00 
2, 838. 00 
2, 771. 00 
2, 929. 00 

4, 292. 00 
4, 615. 00 



$1, 553, 282 
8, 356, 172 
15, 262, 760 
15, 696, 465 
15, 169, 869 
8,697,117 
9, 419, 301 
7, 083, 527 
6, 720, 567 
6, 125, 915 
6,475,311 



$206. 00 
104.00 
181.00 
127. 00 
98.00 
70.00 
77.00 
53.00 
52.00 
86.00 
101. 00 



' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



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Table 10. — Individual returns, by States and Territories, for the years 1916 to 
1926 ' — Number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 

MISSISSIPPI 



Year 



Number of 
returns 



Net income 



Total 



Average 



Tax 



Total 



Average 



1916 
1917. 
1918 
1919. 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924. 
1925 
1926 



1,440 

15, 382 
19, 949 
23, 804 
28, 022 

25, 614 

26, 897 
27, 851 

27, 213 

16, 985 
17, 196 



$14,831,796 
61, 763, 713 
70, 323, 185 

101, 262, 053 
83, 954, 352 
60, 104, 438 
76, 981, 743 
83, 494, 009 
82, 652, 945 
73, 750, 950 
64, 859, 892 



$10,300.00 
4, 015. 00 

3, 525. 00 

4, 254. 00 
2, 996. 00 
2, 347. 00 

2, 862. 00 
2, 998. OO 
3, 037. 00 
4, 342. 00 

3, 772. 00 



MISSOURI 



$195, 054 

2, 252, 612 

3, 542, 849 
5, 634, 901 
2, 495, 207 
1, 069, 136 
1, 803, 632 
1, 685, 439 
1, 155, 729 

989, 451 
643, 744 



1916. 
1917 
1918. 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



12, 956 
91, 608 
110,890 
125, 248 
162, 199 
172, 519 
173,728 
192, 282 
186,784 
109,059 
99, 509 



$147, 069, 303 
362, 026, 687 
409, 013, 021 
470,443,311 
548, 130, 178 
499,911,004 
526, 387, 658 
605, 275, 520 
632, 532, 962 
533, 836, 188 
512, 801, 163 



$11, 
3, 
3, 
3, 
3, 
2, 
3, 
3, 
3, 
4, 
5, 



351.00 


952. 00 


688.00 


756. 00 


379. 00 


898. 00 


030. 00 


148. 00 


386. 00 


895. 00 


153. 00 



MONTANA 



$2, 373, 327 
10, 880, 241 
20, 716, 692 
22, 146, 510 
21, 877, 701 

14, 660, 351 

15, 972, 706 
13,085,218 
12, 373, 492 
14,246,816 
13, 496, 872 



1916. 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921. 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



1,801 
28, 646 
34, 464 
42, 593 
45, 557 
36, 907 
38,044 
42, 809 
44,011 
19, 239 
16, 191 



$19, 467, 019 
81, 207, 992 
90, 091, 830 

108, 380, 657 

109, 348, 194 
81, 527, 662 
83, 903, 851 
99, 255, 947 

107,241,911 
66, 825, 486 
59, 289, 994 



$10, 809. 00 
2, 835. 00 
2, 614. 00 
2, 545. 00 
2, 400. 00 
2, 209. 00 
2, 205. 00 
2,318.00 

2, 437. 00 

3, 473. 00 
3, 662. 00 



$304, 448 

1, ,';48, 582 

3,012,902 

2,413,463 

2,033, 190 

1,051,863 

1,029,195 

721,406 

731,111 

580, 196 

561, 833 



NEBRASKA 



1916 
1917. 
1918 
1919. 
1920 
1921. 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



4,286 
82, 472 
96, 049 
87, 344 
97, 729 
71, 853 
67, 503 
70, ,')45 
66, 512 
35, 661 
33, 532 



$36, 
251, 
306, 
287, 
306, 
179, 
177, 
195. 
189, 
141, 
134, 



559, 607 
988, 895 
053, 565 
457, 592 
362, 70 ( 
905, 513 
969, 193 
152, 562 
371, 665 
877, 975 
153, 838 



530. 00 
055. 00 
186. 00 
291.00 
135. 00 
504. 00 
636. 00 
766. 00 
847. 00 
979. 00 
001.00 



$347, 778 
5, 285, 238 
9, 373, 582 
8, 639, 003 
8, 363, 305 
3. 328, 145 
3, 165,433 
2, 534, 257 
1,848,121 
1, 732, 535 
1,381,307 



NEVADA 



1916 
1917. 
1918. 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



364 
6,623 
7,097 
8,740 
10, 381 
9,719 
9,723 
10, 467 
10,664 
6, 164 
4,797 



$2, 799, 775 
16, 423, 316 
17, 826, 669 
20, 887, 132 
25, 337, 934 
22, 455, 508 
22, 397, 460 
25,711,611 
27, 534, 276 
19, 661, 369 
16,795,822 



$7, 692. 00 
2, 480. 00 
2,512.00 
2, 390. 00 
2,441.00 
2, 310. 00 
2, 304. 00 
2, 456. 00 
2, 582. 00 
3,190.00 
3,501.00 



$18, 505 
241,944 
412,342 
435, 002 
390, 077 
329, 296 
258, 732 
241,291 
184,334 
178,361 
195, 497 



' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 



174 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 10. — Individual returns, by States and Territories, for the years 1916 to 

1926 ' — Number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


1,735 
10,809 
17,317 
25, 601 
35, 983 
32, 410 
31, 787 
36, 876 
31, 532 
16,413 
15, 276 


$19, 557, 542 
42, 843, 296 
56, 889, 284 
78, 565, 318 

100, 431, 539 
82, 352, 496 
85, 577, 058 

104, 852, 122 
94, 132, 914 
70, 117, 771 
66, 743, 817 


$11, 272. 00 
3, 964. 00 

3, 285. 00 
3, 069. 00 
2, 791. 00 
2, 541. 00 
2, 692. 00 
2, 843. 00 
2, 985. 00 

4, 272. 00 
4, 369. 00 


$258, 173 
1, 517, 183 
2, 827, 724 
2, 811, 830 
2, 720, 793 
1, 759, 290 
2, 133, 631 
1, 643, 150 
1, 377, 393 
1, 218, 822 
1, 201, 298 


$149. 00 


1917 --- 


140.00 


1918 


163. 00 


1919 -- 


110.00 


1920 


76.00 


1921. - 


54.00 


1922 


67.00 


1923 


45.00 


1924 


44.00 


1925 


74.00 


1926..- 


79.00 







NEW JERSEY 



1916 


19, 701 
134, 960 
185, 706 
231,757 
296, 989 
269, 096 
301, 834 
293, 503 
299, 904 
150, 874 
176, 320 


$254, 068, 880 

521, 042, 424 

653,112,589 

828, 428, 672 

977, 853, 627 

856, 856, 058 

1, 032, 262, 375 

1, 050, 741, 177 

1, 177, 421, 081 

943, 672, 751 

1, 032, 297, 571 


$12, 896. 00 
3, 861. 00 
3, 517. 00 
3, 575. 00 
3, 293. 00 
3, 184. 00 
3, 420. 00 
3, 580. 00 
3, 926. 00 
6, 255. 00 
5, 855. 00 


$5, 545, 231 
25, 710, 042 
43, 109, 648 
47, 321, 422 
43, 275, 477 
33, 258, 294 
40, 982, 616 

30, 552, 642 

31, 941, 148 
32, 383, 155 

32, 858, 092 


$281.00 


1917 - 


191.00 


1918 


232.00 


1919 


204.00 


1920 


145.00 


1921 - 


124.00 


1922 


136. 00 


1923 


104.00 


1924 -- 


107. 00 


1925 


215. 00 


1926 


186.00 







NEW MEXICO 



1916 


813 
11,616 
13, 084 

10, 757 
13, 656 

11, 780 

11, 553 

12, 202 
11,595 

7,203 
6,513 


$7, 486, 732 
31, 644, 721 
36, 591, 416 

31, 587, 990 
36, 923, 120 
27, 838, 165 
28, 982, 814 

32, 667, 610 
31,951,117 
23, 994, 717 
24, 631, 507 


$9, 209. 00 
2, 724. 00 
2, 797. 00 
2, 937. 00 
2, 704. 00 
2, 363. 00 
2, 509. 00 
2, 677. 00 

2, 756. 00 

3, 331. 00 
3, 782. 00 


$83, 935 
713, 829 
989,825 
774, 470 
612, 573 
351, 629 
383, 750 
337, 354 
223, 842 
178, 762 
227, 471 


$103. 00 


1917 


61.00 


1918 


76.00 


1919 


72.00 


1920 


45.00 


1921 - 


30.00 


1922 


33.00 


1923 


28.00 


1924 


19.00 


1925 


25.00 


1926 


35.00 







NEW YORK 



1916 


93, 155 

489, 089 

559, 753 

683, 085 

1, 047, 634 

1, 066, 637 

1, 102, 748 

1, 221, 654 

1, 215, 640 

751,941 

753, 044 


$1, 922, 864, 651 
2, 774, 035, 148 

2, 719, 713, 784 

3, 436, 343, 179 

4, 030, 623, 696 

3, 617, 757, 104 
4,110,588,989 

4, 565, 314, 898 
5, 144, 766, 182 
4, 903, 228, 994 
4, 984, 020, 281 


$20, 641. 00 
5, 672. 00 

4, 859. 00 

5, 031. 00 
3, 847. 00 
3, 392. 00 
3, 727. 00 

3, 737. 00 

4, 232. 00 

6, 521. 00 
6, 619. 00 


$77, 970, 521 
251, 785, 795 
354, 263, 417 
399, 792, 351 
286, 607, 280 
210, 768, 379 
273, 960, 079 
192,311,565 
236, 774, 567 
252, 157, 834 
247, 164, 324 


$837. 00 


1917 


515. 00 


1918 


633. 00 


1919 


585.00 


1920 - 


274.00 


1921 


198. 00 


1922 


248. 00 


1923 


157. 00 


1924 - 


195.00 


1925 


335.00 


1926 


328.00 







NORTH CAROLINA 



1916 - 


2,207 
22, 977 
21,738 
37, 185 
47, 342 
44, 161 
58, 009 
68, 191 
63, 864 
38, 740 
35, 332 


$24, 825, 826 
84, 220, 131 
89,748,811 
161,613,467 
163, 799, 837 
127, 992, 951 
171,929,259 
206, 638, 618 
200, 888, 953 
161, 623, 754 
153, 231, 981 


$11, 249. 00 
3, 665. 00 
4, 129. 00 
4, 346. 00 
3, 460. 00 

2, 898. 00 
2, 964. 00 

3, 030. 00 
3, 145. 00 
4, 172. 00 
4, 337. 00 


$560, 970 

2, 747, 673 
5, 575, 001 

10,010,348 
9, 620, 675 

3, 760, 499 
4,908,611 

4, 767, 257 
3, 777, 873 
3,178,767 
3, 398, 245 


$254. 00 


1917 - -. 


120. 00 


1918 


256. 00 


1919 


269. 00 


1920 -.- 


203.00 


1921 .- 


85.00 


1922 -. 


85.00 


1923 


70.00 


1924 


59.00 


1925 


82.00 


1926 


96.00 







' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized ou pp. 37-43. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



175 



Table 10. — Individual returns, by States and Territories, for the years 1916 to 
1926 1 — Number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 

NORTH DAKOTA 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 




Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


1,176 
20,941 
29,120 
27, 375 
24,209 
18, 440 
18,750 
18,054 
19,160 
11,715 

9,881 


$9,219,055 
61, 233, 723 
89, 586, 415 
80, 190, 946 
66, 188, 434 
43, 032, 753 
43, 767, 089 
42,973,996 
48, 689, 794 
35, 695, 178 
33, 169, 117 


$7, 839. 00 
2, 924. 00 
3, 076. 00 
2,929.00 
2, 734. 00 
2, 334. 00 
2, 334. 00 
2, 380. 00 
2,541.00 
3,047.00 
3, 357. 00 


$66, 344 

936, 862 

2, 219, 954 

1, 360, 509 

1,105,801 

485, 783 

453, 219 

276, 288 

268,090 

162, 589 

180,012 


$56.00 


1917 


45 00 


1918 


76.00 


1919 


50 00 


1920 


46 00 


1921.. 


26 00 


1922 


24.00 


1923 - 


15.00 


1924 


14 00 


1925 


14 00 


1926 


18.00 







OHIO 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925. 
1926. 



21, 774 
190, 273 
306, 918 
308, 309 
447, 998 
367, 096 
364, 988 
463, 017 
418,048 
224, 643 
231, 196 



$318, 
740, 
993, 
1, 075, 
1, 407, 
1, 060, 
1, 138, 
1, 457, 
1, 403, 
1, 141, 
1, 146, 



822, 511 
406, 422 
314, 432 
115,926 
388, 003 
027, 926 
934, 714 
696, 567 
748, 590 
453, 071 
495, 871 



$14, 642. 00 
3, 891. 00 
3, 236. 00 
3, 487. 00 
3, 142. 00 
2, 888. 00 
3, 120. 00 
3, 148. 00 
3, 358. 00 
5,081.00 
4, 959. 00 



$7, 722, 306 
31, 928, 937 
55, 170, 252 
56, rOS, 315 
56, 285, 168 
33, 574, 094 
39, 310, 406 
33, 061, 877 
32,061,822 
30, 321, 360 
32, 839, 052 



$355.00 
168.00 
180.00 
183.00 
126.00 
91.00 
108.00 
71.00 
77.00 
135.00 
142.00 



OKLAHOMA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 



2,539 

48, 758 
46, 818 
61, 500 
81, 785 
69, 381 
72, 063 
70, 189 
63, 357 
40, 825 
37, 497 



$66,811,462 
170, 751, 358 
163, 678, 297 
242, 184, 301 
295, 790, 791 
191,816,067 
217, 555, 604 
221, 293, 177 
211, 271, 658 
219, 960, 990 
223, 036, 805 



$26, 314. 00 
3, 502. 00 
3, 496. 00 
3, 938. 00 
3,617.00 
2. 7G5. 00 
3, 019. 00 
3, 153. 00 
3, 335. 00 
5, 388. 00 
5, 948. 00 



$4, 347, 
5, 682, 
7, 649, 

12, 207, 

13, 548, 
4, 206, 
6, 414, 
3, 909, 
3, 794, 
6, 897, 
8, 134, 



$1, 712. 00 

117.00 

163. 00 

198.00 

166.00 

61.00 

89.00 

56.00 

60.00 

169. 00 

217. 00 



OREGON 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921. 
1922 
1923. 
1924. 
1925. 
1926. 



2,800 
25, 071 
34, 592 
49, 663 
67,640 
62, 804 
61, 879 
69, 123 
66, 669 
32,542 
30, 955 



$24, 968, 572 
84, 746, 023 
111,601,050 
166, 240, 606 
193, 652, 281 
159, 574, 639 
161, 226, 232 
189, 854. 013 
189, 884, 373 
132, 022, 718 
135, 030, 190 



$8, 917. 00 
3, 380. 00 
3, 226. 00 
3, 347. 00 
2, 863. 00 
2, 541. 00 
2, 606. 00 
2, 747. 00 
2, 848. 00 
4, 057. 00 
4, 362. 00 



$337, 051 

3, 298, 630 
6, 049, 987 
8, 232, 437 
6,649,011 
4, 951, 580 

4, 239, 789 
2, 891, 804 
2, 025, 068 
1, 787, 992 
2,175,322 



$120. 00 
132. 00 
175. 00 
166.00 
98.00 
79.00 
69.00 
42.00 
30.00 
55.00 
70.00 



PENNSYLVANIA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926. 



40,289 

328. 171 
518, 729 

539. 172 
672, 746 
621, 103 
587, 770 
740, 478 
713, 427 
376, 923 
397, 575 



$643, 
1, 360, 
1, 770, 
1, 838, 
2, 212, 
1, 937, 
2,005, 
2, 478, 
2,548, 
2, 031, 
2, 138, 



243, 991 
802, 293 
848, 133 
002, 395 
178i029 
291, 858 
570, 020 
751,471 
132, 809 
305, 849 
168, 594 



$15, 966. 00 
4, 147. 00 
3, 414. 00 
3, 409. 00 
3, 288. 00 
3,119.00 
3,412.00 
3, 347. 00 
3, 572. 00 
5, 389. 00 
5, 378. 00 



$17, 612, 739 
79, 454, 848 
137, 781, 370 
128, 195, 161 
118,750,989 
84, 660, 220 
93, 573, 559 
73, 266, 630 
77, 873, 521 
73, 364, 345 
76,887,315 



$437. 00 
242.00 
266.00 
238.00 
177.00 
136.00 
159.00 
99.00 
109.00 
195.00 
193.00 



> Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 



176 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 10. — Individual returns, by States and Territories, for the years 1916 to 
1926 ' — Number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 



RHODE ISLAND 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


3,745 
23, 927 
32, 921 
39, 936 
53, 128 
48, 057 
50, 076 
66, 965 
48, 792 
29, 123 
26, 362 


$65, 257, 163 
112, 129, 569 
129, 630, 322 
146, 109, 811 
180, 303, 990 
157, 568, 411 
171, 409, 669 
214, 749, 602 
191, 556, 190 
160, 955, 280 
155, 050, 974 


$17, 425. 00 

4, 686. 00 
3, 938. 00 
3, 659. 00 
3, 394. 00 
3, 279. 00 
3, 423. 00 
3, 207. 00 
3, 926. 00 

5, 527. 00 
5, 882. 00 


$1, 915, 104 

8, 805, 953 

13, 512, 766 

11, 234, 132 

11, 685, 163 

9, 236, 328 

9, 351, 580 

6, 658, 089 

6, 722, 491 

5, 817, 977 

5, 545, 787 


$511. 00 


1917 


368.00 


1918 


410.00 


1919_ L 


281.00 


1920 L 


220.00 


1921 


192.00 


1922 


187.00 


1923 . . 


99.00 


1924 .... 


138. 00 


1925 


200. 00 


1926 . 


210. 00 







SOUTH CAROLINA 



1916 


1,204 
22, 321 
20, 239 
37, 296 
33, 044 

25, 160 

26, 830 
28, 225 
28, 090 
15, 727 
13, 809 


$9, 882, 947 
70, 917, 349 
73, 855, 345 
142, 688, 832 
109, 246, 657 
68, 255, 825 
72, 755, 770 
87, 031, 355 
79, 613, 886 
57, 661, 544 
53, 060, 331 


$8, 208. 00 
3, 177. 00 
3, 649. 00 
3, 826. 00 
3, 306. 00 
2, 713. 00 
2, 712. 00 
3, 083. 00 

2, 834. 00 

3, 666. 00 
3,842.00 


$77, 198 

1, 815, 909 

2, 732, 593 
5, 192, 020 

3, 236, 875 
1, 246, 523 
1, 268, 305 
1, 555, 315 

727, 462 
430, 879 
420, 164 


$64.00 


1917 


81.00 


1918 ' 


135. 00 


1919 


139.00 


1920 


98.00 


1921 


50.00 


1922 


47.00 


1923 


55.00 


1924 


26.00 


1925 


27.00 


1926 


30.00 







SOUTH DAKOTA 



1916 


971 
39,654 
45, 505 
38, 614 
34, 670 
21, 681 
21, 465 
21, 928 
26, 506 
17, 086 
12,414 


$7, 474, 252 

109, 794, 860 

151, 725, 486 

133, 174, 792 

103, 578, 036 

47, 087, 498 

48, 949, 551 

50, 170, 861 

66, 124, 303 

53, 971, 360 

38, 153, 263 


$7, 697. 00 

2, 769. 00 

3, 334. 00 
3, 449. 00 
2, 988. 00 
2, 172. 00 
2, 280. 00 
2, 288. 00 
2, 495. 00 
3, 159. 00 
3, 073. 00 


$48, 563 

1, 171, 328 

4, 139, 239 

3, 124, 066 

2, 228, 187 

524, 653 

548, 688 

350, 312 

306, 097 

192, 460 

208, 893 


$50.00 


1917 


30.00 


1918 


91.00 


1919 


81.00 


1920 


64.00 


1921 


24.00 


1922 


26.00 


1923 


16.00 


1924 


12.00 


1925 


11.00 


1926 


17.00 







TENNESSEE 



1916 


4,414 
31,451 
38, 232 
50, 789 
65, 054 
60, 949 
63, 555 
69, 081 
66, 981 

34, 689 

35, 495 


$39, 867, 675 
111,964,540 
139, 173, 691 
193, 909, 353 
212,600,105 
170, 969, 895 
190, 723, 937 
226, 033, 948 
224, 184, 198 
168, 198, 127 
175, 714, 293 


$9, 032. 00 
3, 560. 00 
3, 640. 00 
3, 818. 00 
3, 268. 00 

2, 805. 00 
3, 001. 00 

3, 272. 00 
3, 347. 00 
4, 849. 00 
4, 950. 00 


$413, 078 

2, 794. 197 

6, 795, 268 
9, 082, 054 

7, 565, 009 

3, 984, 051 

4, 902, 612 
4, 283, 805 
3, 419, 535 
3, 125, 603 
3, 651, 457 


$94.00 


1917 


89.00 


1918 


178. 00 


1919 


179. 00 


1920 


116.00 


1921 


65.00 


1922 - 


77.00 


1923 


62.00 


1924 


51.00 


1925 


90.00 


1926 


103. 00 







TEXAS 



1916 


10, 514 
95, 416 
114, 500 
176, 547 
224, 617 
200, 188 
186, 865 
200, 683 
192, 735 
109, 448 
111, 438 


$113, 278, 037 
350, 297, 337 
392, 975, 557 
643, 172, 301 
720, 720, 162 
536, 897, 427 
545, 901, 576 
613,494,900 
638, 109, 285 
496, 820, 449 
547, 562, 501 


$10, 774. 00 
3, 671. 00 
3, 432. 00 
3, 643. 00 
3, 209. 00 
2, 682. 00 

2, 921. 00 

3, 057. 00 
3,311.00 

4, 539. 00 
4, 914. 00 


$2, 643, 697 
13, 447, 453 
21, 575, 479 
32, 302, 280 
25, 400, 849 
12, 667, 894 
14,119,655 
10, 678, 022 
10, 235, 806 
9, 766, 688 
12, 681, 529 


$251. 00 


1917 


141. 00 


1918 


188.00 


1919 


183. 00 


1920 


113.00 


1921 


63.00 


1922 


76.00 


1923 


53.00 


1924 


53.00 


1925 


89.00 


1926 


114. 00 







1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
Individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 



STATISTICS Of income 



177 



Table 10. — Individual returns, by States and Territories, for the years 1916 to 

1926 1 — Number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 

UTAH 





Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


"iear 


Total 1 Average 

1 


Total 


Average 


1916 - - 


1,259 
14, 636 
18,517 
21, 164 
30, 510 
26, 128 
27, 325 
30, 242 
28, 685 
16, 101 
13, 568 


$14,281,206 I $11,343.00 
45,044,946 3,078.00 
52, 454, 404 2, 833. 00 
61, 913, 436 2, 925. 00 
82, 278, 389 2, 697. 00 
62,713,461 2,400.00 
67,744,653 2,479.00 
79,943,306 , 2,643.00 
82,088,477 2,862.00 
61,634,951 1 3,828.00 
53,832,169 ! 3,968.00 


$167, 688 

1, 364, 652 

1, 347, 780 

1, 270, 543 

1, 506, 781 

842,904 

955, 929 

725, 908 

599, 194 

660, 497 

628,773 


$133.00 


1917 . -- 


93.00 


1918 


73.00 


1919 


60.00 


1920 -- 


49.00 


1921 -. 


32.00 


1922... 


35.00 


1923 


24.00 


1924 


21.00 


1925 


41.00 


1926 -. - - 


46.00 







VERMONT 



1916 


1,100 

7, 258 

9,965 

13, 569 

19, 205 

17, 746 

17, 901 

21, 752 

20, 618 

9, 559 

8,646 


$14, 628, 955 
29, 540. 804 
34, 063, 265 

46, 204, 506 
59, 303, 302 

47, 561, 557 
51, 653, 367 
64, 800, 009 
63, 630, 620 
45, 857, 160 
42, 209, 083 


$13, 299. 00 
4, 070. 00 
3,418.00 

3, 405. 00 
3,088.00 
2, 680. 00 
2, 886. 00 
2, 979. 00 
3, 086. 00 

4, 797. 00 
4, 882. 00 


$365, 004 

1,459,253 

1, 821, 823 

2, 074, 804 

2, 259, 129 

1, 155, 767 

1, 573, 555 

1, 332, 822 

978, 252 

919, 959 

821, 296 


$332. 00 


1917 - 


201.00 


1918 

1919 


183.00 
153.00 


1920 


118.00 


1921 


65.00 


1922 


88.00 


1923 - 


61.00 


1924 


47.00 


1925 


96.00 


1926 


95.00 







VIRGINIA 



1916 


4,190 
37, 951 
51, 207 
75, 966 
92, 576 
76, 257 
71, 523 
77, 451 
71, 597 
37, 507 
37, 797 


$42, 216, 464 
130, 682, 859 
173, 104, 495 
247, 658, 373 
273, 235, 229 
208, 331, 701 
207, 277, 342 
242, 586, 945 
231, 055, 514 
170, 257, 017 
176,024,673 


$10, 076. 00 
3,443.00 
3, 380. 00 
3, 260. 00 
2,951.00 
2,732.00 
2, 898. 00 
3,132.00 
3, 227. 00 
4, 539. 00 
4,657.00 


$593, 304 
3, 929, 273 
7, 674, 725 
9, 020, 237 
7, 404, 201 
4,161.116 
4,919.485 
3, 669, 294 
3, 313, 896 
2,981,412 
3,495,042 


$142.00 


1917 


104.00 


1918 -.- 


150.00 


1919 . 


119.00 


1920 -. 

1921 


80.00 
55.00 


1922 -.- 


69.00 


1923 


47.00 


1924 


46.00 


1925 


79.00 


1926- -.- -. 


92.00 







WASHINGTON 



1916 -- 


5,360 
56, 322 
95, 422 
114,322 
148, 067 
115,593 
123,216 
136,057 
138, 181 
78, 030 
61, 950 


$49, 697, 247 
169, 727, 615 
266, 096, 746 
325, 920, 733 
375, 979, 893 
261, 400, 721 
300, 523, 342 
351, 985, 059 
39.3,961,927 
272, 544, 925 
245, 592, 050 


$9, 272. 00 
3,014.00 
2, 789. 00 
2,851.00 
2, 359. 00 
2,261.00 
2, 439. 00 

2, 587. 00 
2,851.00 

3, 493. 00 
3,964.00 


$776, 470 
4, 377, 754 
9, 743, 163 
11,615,795 
9, 094, 764 

4, 878, 295 

5, 148, 477 
3, 925, 801 
3,231,233 
2,717,102 
2, 800, 548 


$145.00 


1917 


78.00 


i918 


102.00 


1919 


102.00 


1920 


61.00 


1921 2 


42.00 


1922 2 


42.00 


1923 3 


29.00 


1924 2 


23.00 


1925 2 _ 


35.00 


1926 2 


45.00 







WEST VIRGINIA 



1916. . . 


2,575 
28, 281 
48, 876 
45, 168 
96, 326 
75, 277 
69, 501 
89, 263 
75, 037 
35, 810 
32,544 


$30, 170, 809 
106, 061, 550 
156, 557, 747 
147, 949, 092 
287, 729, 460 
207,157,054 
196, 777, 359 
260, 343, 202 
226, 999, 720 
144, 777, 469 
141, 396, 917 


$11,717.00 
3, 750. 00 
3, 203. 00 

3, 276. 00 
2, 987. 00 
2, 752. 00 
2,831.00 
2, 917. 00 
3, 025. 00 
4,043.00 

4, 345. 00 


$416,386 
3, 303, 285 
5, 709, 295 
5, 319, 197 
8, 517, 268 
4,579,113 
4, 594, 653 
3, 875, 864 
2,796.310 
2, 133, 510 
2,304,313 


$162. 00 


1917 


\ 117.00 


1918 - 


117.00 


1919.. 


118.00 


1920 


■ 88.00 


1921 - 


61.00 


1922. 


66.00 


1923 


43.00 


1924 


37.00 


1925 


60.00 


1926 


71.00 







' Changes in the revenue acts aflecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns][of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 
' Includes Alaska. 



178 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 10. — Individual returns, by States and Territories, for the years 1916 to 
1926 1 — Number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 

WISCONSIN 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


8,261 
70,554 
94, 704 
105, 793 
150, 452 
148, 457 
160, 519 
194, 050 
179, 275 
110,485 
99, 251 


$87, 614, 595 
228, 190, 253 
290, 199, 685 
337, 851, 344 
436, 436, 810 
379, 754, 222 
401,670.058 
547, 039, 928 
496, 659, 728 
418, 618, 008 
407, 642, 742 


$10, 606. 00 
3, 234. 00 
3, 064. 00 
3, 194. 00 
2, 901. 00 
2, 558. 00 
2, 502. 00 
2, 819. 00 
2, 770. 00 
3, 789. 00 
4,107.00 


$1, 253, 257 

5, 716, 256 

11, 382, 127 

10, 901, 097 

13, 232, 531 

8, 971, 044 

9,126,855 

9, 019, 076 

7, 344, 053 

6,799,312 

8,418,047 


$162. 00 


1917 


81.00 


1918 


120.00 


1919 


103. 00 


1920 


88.00 


1921.. 


60.00 


1922.. 


57.00 


1923.. 


46.00 


1924 


41.00 


1925 


62.00 


1926 


85.00 







WYOMING 



1916 


673 

7,663 

7,821 

18, 349 

24,594 

22,413 

21, 943 

23, 246 

22, 947 

10, 336 

8,930 


$6, 523, 787 
28, 855, 603 
26,413,937 
52, 463, 959 
63, 244, 529 
51, 051, 629 
48, 826, 743 
57, 376, 054 
60, 751, 853 
33, 481, 518 
31, 750, 581 


$9, 694..00 
3, 766. 00 
3, 377. 00 
2, 859. 00 
2, 572. 00 
2, 278. 00 
2,225.00 

2, 468. 00 
2,647.00 

3, 239. 00 
3, 556. 00 


$67, 510 

838, 196 

1, 272, 692 

1, 444, 063 

1, 161, 320 

783, 257 

687,062 

520, 769 

414, 087 

256, 481 

263, 319 


$100. 00 


1917 


109. 00 


1918 


163. 00 


1919... 


79.00 


1920 


47.00 


1921 


35.00 


1922. 


31.00 


1923 


22.00 


1924 


18.00 


1925 


25.00 


1926- 


29.00 







1 Changes in the revenue acts afEecting the comparability of statistical data from income tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 37-43. 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926^ 

ALABAMA 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Autauga: 

Prattville 


51 
25 


Bullock: 

Union Springs 


39 




Miscellaneous 


12 




Total 




Total 


76 


51 




Butler: 

Chapman 




Baldwin: 


46 
114 


12 




Georgiana 


29 






74 


Total 


160 


Miscellaneous... 


4 




Total 






11 

114 

14 


119 




Calhoun: 

Anniston 




Eufaula 






525 






29 


Total 


139 


Oxford 


14 






37 


Bibb- 


12 

86 




8 




Total 






613 




Chambers: 

Lafayette 




Total . . 


98 


32 






23 




15 
14 




38 




Total 






93 




C herokee : Miscellaneous 




Total ... 


29 


16 









' Does not represent an exact count for each civil division. See p. 10 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



179 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

ALABAMA— Continued 



County and city 



philton: 

Clanton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Choctaw: Miscellaneous. 



Clarke: 

Jackson 

Thomasville--- 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Clay: 

Ashland 

Lineville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cleburne: Heflin. 
Coffee: 



Conecuh: 

Evergreen 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Coosa: 

Good Water... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Covington: 

Andalusia 

Florala. 

0pp.. 

River Falls 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



Crenshaw: 

Luverne 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



Cullman: 

Cullman 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Dale: 

Ozark. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



20 



Elba 


21 


Enterprise 


26 






Total 


47 






Colbert: 

Muscle Shoals.- . ... 


2 


Sheffield.. 


192 




140 


Miscellaneous. 


16 






Total. 


350 



76 



172 



36 



100 
11 



111 



County and city 



Dallas: 

Selma 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



De Kalb: 

Fort Payne 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Elmore: 

Tallassee 

Wetumpka 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Escambia: 

Atmore 

Brewton 

Flomaton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total-- 



Etowah: 

Alabama City. 

Altoona. 

Attalla 

Gadsden 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total - 



Fayette: 

Fayette 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Franklin: 

Russell ville... 
Miscellaneous- 
Total-- 



Geneva: 

Geneva -- 

Hartford 

Samson 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 



Greene: 

Eutaw.- 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Hale: 

Akron 

Greensboro 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



49 



58 



Henry: 

.Abbeville 

Headland 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



180 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

ALA B A MA— Continued 



County and city 



Houston: 

Dothan 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 



Jackson: 

Bridgeport 

Scottsboro 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jefierson: 

Birmingham.. 

Bessemer. 

Blossburg 

Brighton 

Fairfield 

Leeds 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lamar: 

Sulligent 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Lauderdale: 

Florence 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Lawrence: 

Courtland 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Lee: 



Auburn 

Opelika 

Phoenix 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Limestone: 

Athens 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lowndes: 

Fort Deposit.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Macon: 

Tuskegee 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Madison: 

Huntsville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Marengo: 

Demopolis 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



280 
16 



296 



12, 714 

675 

3 

18 

350 

48 

323 



14, 131 



350 
5 



355 
29 



38 



30 

130 

29 

1 



190 



97 



385 
33 



418 



111 

57 



168 



County and city 



Number 
of returns 



Marion: Miscellaneous. 



Marshall: 

Albertville 

Boaz.. 

Quntersville.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Mobile: 

Mobile 

Prichard 

Whistler 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Monroe: Miscellaneous. 



Montgomery: 

Montgomery.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Morgan: 

Albany 

Decatur 

Hartselle 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Perry: 

Marion 

Uniontown 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Pickens: 

Aliceville 

Reform 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Pike: 

Brundidge 

Troy 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Randolph: 

Roanoke 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Russell: 

Girard... 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



St. Clair: 

Acmar 

Pell City 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Shelby: 

Calera 

Helena 

Montevallo 

Vincent. 

Wilton-.- 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



181 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

AL AB AM A— Continued 



County and city 



Sumter: 

Livingston 

York 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Talladega: 

Sylacauga 

Talladega 

Miscellaneous. - 

Total 

Tallapoosa: 

Alexander City 
Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Tuscaloosa: 

Holt 

Kellerman 

Tuscaloosa 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Walker: 

Carbon Hill.... 
Coal Valley.... 



Number 
of returns 



95 
158 
51 



63 



20 

11 

490 

44 



County and city 



Walker— Continued. 

Cordova 

Dora 

Empire. 

Jasper 

Oakman 

Parrish 

Quinton 

Sipsey 

Townley 

Miscellaneous , 

Total 

Washington: Miscellaneous 

Wilcox: 

Camden 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Winston: 

Haley ville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

State total 



ARIZONA 



Apache: 


5 
65 


Maricopa: 


45 


Miscellaneous . 


Qlendale 


81 






128 


Total 


70 




2,788 






85 


Cochise: 


496 
470 
120 
37 
91 
146 


Miscellaneous . . 


88 




Total 






3,215 




Mohave: 

Kingman 




Tombstone 




Warren 


152 


Miscellaneous 


Oatman 


42 






20 


Total 


1,360 


Total 






214 


Coconino: 

Flagstaff 


265 
90 
105 


Navajo: 

Holbrook 






Williams 


64 


Miscellaneous 


Winslow 


379 






17 


Total 


460 


Total 






460 


Gila: 

Globe 


402 

77 

421 

158 


Pima: 

Ajo 






Hayden . .. 


149 






1,238 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 


29 




Total 




Total 


1,058 


1,416 




Pinal: 




Graham: 

Safford 


71 
10 
27 


26 


Thatcher 


Florence 


31 




Ray 


73 






104 


Total 


108 


M iscellaneous 


32 




Total 




Greenlee: 


55 

8 

103 

1 


266 


Clifton 


Santa Cruz: 

Nogales 




Metcalf 




Morenci .... . 


247 




Miscellaneous 


19 




Total 




Total 


167 


266 









182 

Table 11. 

distributed by counties 
1926 — Continued 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



■Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 



ARIZONA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Yavapai: 


128 
12 
390 
386 
203 


Yuma 

Somerton 


26 




Yuma 


269 




Miscellaneous 


35 




Total 






' 1330 




State total 




Total 


1,119 


10,509 









ARKANSAS 



Arkansas: 

DeWitt 

Gillett - 

Stuttgart 

Miscellaneous 

Total—.. 

Ashley: 

Crossett 

Hamburg 

M iscellaneous 

Total- 

Baxter: Miscellaneous 

Benton: 

Benton ville 

Rogers 

Siloam Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Boone: 

Harrison 

Miscellaneous 

Total-.. 

Bradley: 

Warren 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Calhoun: 

Thornton 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Carroll: 

Berry ville 

Eureka Springs... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Chicot: 

Dermott 

Eudora 

Lake Village. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clark: 

Arkadelphia 

Gurdon.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



79 

38 

319 

71 



146 
25 



51 
104 
57 
41 



56 



129 
19 



148 



33 



76 



194 



124 
53 
27 



204 



Clay: 

Corning 

Piggott... , 

Rector 

Miscellaneous.. , 

Total 

Cleburne: 

Heber Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total-- -. 

Cleveland: Miscellaneous 

Columbia: 

Magnolia 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Conway: 

Morrillton 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Craighead: 

Jonesboro 

Monette 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Crawford: 

Mulberry 

Van Buren 

M iscellaneous 

Total.. 

Crittenden: 

EarL. 

M iscellaneous 

Total... 

Cross: 

Parkin 

Wynne.. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Dallas: 

Fordyce 

M iscellaneous. 

Total... 

Desha: 

Arkansas City 

Dumas 

McGehee 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



183 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

ARKANSAS— Continued 



County and city 



Drew: 



Number 
of returns 



Montieello 


87 


Wilmar 


3 


Miscellaneous . 


29 






Total -. 


119 






Faulkner: 

Conway.. 


125 


M iscellaneous 


7 






Total 


132 






Franklin: 

Ozark 


18 


Miscellaneous. 


27 






Total... 


45 






Fulton: Miscellaneous 


13 






Garland: 

Hot Springs 


754 


Miscellaneous... 


2 






Total 


756 








30 






Greene: 

Paragould.. 


175 


Miscellaneous 


15 






Total 


190 






Hempstead: 

Hope 


189 


Miscellaneous .. 


26 






Total... 


215 






Hot Springs: 

Malvern . 


103 


Miscellaneous.. 


2 






Total 


105 






Howard: 

Dierks , 


4 


Nashville '. 


74 


Miscellaneous 


11 






Total.. 


89 






Independence: 

Batesville 


120 


Miscellaneous. 


28 






Total. 


148 






Izard; Miscellaneous 


4 






Jackson: 

Newport. 


140 


Miscellaneous 


56 






Total 


196 






Jefferson: 

Pine Bluff 


1,035 




69 


Total 


1,104 






Johnson: 

Clarksville.. 

CoalHilL... 


88 
6 


Miscellaneous 


12 


Total 


106 







County and city 



Lafayette: 

Lewisville 

Stamps.. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lawrence: 

Ho.xie. 

Walnut Ridge. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Lee: 

M arianna 


139 


Miscellaneous 


17 






Total 


156 






Lincoln: Miscellaneous 


40 






Little River: 

Ashdown . . . .. 


35 


Foreman 


16 


Miscellaneous 


11 






Total 


62 






Logan: 

Booneville . . 


21 


Paris 


73 


Miscellaneous 


6 






Total .- 


100 






Lonoke: 

England . . . 


76 


Lonoke . . 


46 


Miscellaneous 


84 






Total 


206 






Madison: Miscellaneous 


8 


Marion: Miscellaneous 


4 






Miller: 

Texarkana 


616 


Miscellaneous 


17 






Total- .. 


633 






Mississippi: 

Blytheville 


278 




36 


Osceola 


116 


Wilson . 


29 




91 






Total . 


550 






Monroe: 

Brinkley . . . 


66 


Clarendon . . 


53 




48 






Total 


167 






Montgomery: Miscellaneous.. . . . 


32 






Nevada: 

Prescott 


114 




12 






Total . . 


126 






Newton: Miscellaneous . 


3 







184 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 

distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

ARKANSAS— Continued 



County and city 



Ouachita: 

Camden 

Louann 

Stephens 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Perry: Miscellaneous - 



Phillips: 

Helena... 

West Helena.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Pike: Miscellaneous. 



Poinsett: 

Harrisburg 

Lepanto 

Marked Tree.. 

Trumann 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Polk: 

Mens 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Pope: 

Atkins... 

Eussellville... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Prairie: 



Number 
of returns 



303 
81 
36 
49 



469 



554 
47 
94 



695 



26 



205 



70 



47 

107 

10 

164 



Des Arc . . 


21 
75 


Miscellaneous 


Total 


96 






Pulaski: 

Little Rock... 


3,855 


North Little Rock 


313 


Miscellaneous. . . . 


48 






Total - 


4,216 






Randolph: 


23 




4 






Total 


27 






St. Francis: 


159 




62 






Total - 


221 






Saline: 


21 




49 


Miscellaneous 


4 






Total 


74 







County and city 



Scott: Miscellaneous. 

Searcy: 

Leslie 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Sebastian: 

Fort Smith 

Greenwood 

Hartford 

Huntington... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sevier: 

De Queen 

Horatio 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sharp: Miscellaneous. 
Stone: Miscellaneous. 



Union: 

Calion 

El Dorado 

Griffin 

Huttig 

Junction City. 

Norphlet 

Smackover 

Strong 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Van Buren: Miscellaneous. 

Washington: 

Fayetteville 

Springdale... 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



White: 



Searcy 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Woodruff: 

Augusta -. 

Cotton Plant.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Yell: 



Dardanelle 

Plainview 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

State total. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



185 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Numl 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, 
1926 — Continued 



States and Territories — Number of returns 
es, townshi-ps, and post offices, calendar year 



CALIFORNIA 



County and city 



Alameda: 

Alameda 

Albany 

Berkeley 

Emeryville 

Hayward 

Livermore 

Niles 

Oakland 

Piedmont 

San Leandrc. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Amador: 

Jackson 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Butte: 

Chico 

Qridley 

Oroville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Calaveras: 

San Andreas.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Colusa: 

Arbuckle 

Colusa.. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Contra Costa: 

Antioch 

Bay Point 

Crockett 

El Cerrito 

Martinez 

Pittsburg 

Richmond 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Del Norte: Miscellaneous. 

Eldorado: 

Placerville 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Fresno: 

Clovis 

Coalinga 

Fowler 

Fresno 

Kingsburg 

Reedley 

Sanger... 

Selma 

Miscellaneous. 



Number 
of returns 



Total. 

Glenn: 

Orland 

Willows 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



2,250 

44 

6,820 

75 

375 

225 

60 

16, 631 

1,087 

412 



28, 347 



600 
112 
337 
177 



1,226 



30 
169 



55 
225 
211 



180 
100 
375 
43 
487 
450 
1,200 
853 



132 



150 
49 



199 



67 
319 

52 
3,923 
100 
187 
160 
169 
626 



5,603 



68 
187 
87 



County and city 



Humboldt: 

Areata 

Eureka 

Ferndale 

Scotia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Imperial: 

Brawley 

Calexico 

Calipatria 

El Centre 

Holtville. 

Imperial 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 

Inyo: 

Bishop.. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total-. 

Kern: 

Bakersfleld 

Delano 

Fellows 

Maricopa 

Taft-- 

Miscellaneous. 

Total-- 

Kings: 

Corcoran 

Hanford 

Lemoore 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Lake: 

Lakeport 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Lassen: 

Susan ville 

Westwood 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Los Angeles: 

Alhambra 

Arcadia 

Artesia 

Avalon 

A:-.usa 

Baldwin Park 

Bell 

Bell flower 

■ Belvedere 

Beverly Hills - 

Burbank 

Claremont 

Compton 

Covina 

Culver City... 

Downey 

El Monte 

El Segundo... 

Oardena 

Qlendale 

Qlendora 



186 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

CALIFORNIA— Continued 



County and city 



Los Angeles— Continued. 

Hawthorne 

Hermosa 

Huntington Park 

Inglewood 

La Verne 

Lomita 

Long Beach 

Los Angeles City 

Lynwood 

Manhattan 

Maywood 

Moneta 

Monrovia -.. 

Montebello 

Monterey Park 

Montrose 

Norwalk 

Pomona 

Pasadena.- 

Puente 

Redondo.- 

San Dimas 

San Gabriel 

San Fernando 

Santa Fe Springs 

Santa Monica _.. 

Sherman 

Sierra Madre 

Southgate--- 

South Pasadena 

Torrance.--- 

Tujunga.- -. 

Vernon 

Walnut 

Whittier 

Willowbrook 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Madera: 

Madera 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Marin: 

Mill Valley 

San Anselrao 

San Rafael 

Sausalito 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Mariposa: Miscellaneous 

Mendocino: 

Fort Bragg 

Ukiah 

Willits.--- 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 

Merced: 

Los Bancs 

Merced 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Modoc: Miscellaneous-.. 
Mono: Miscellaneous 



Number 
of returns 



120 

230 
,125 

775 

164 

120 
,980 
,516 

120 
75 

120 
28 

585 

230 

195 
75 

125 

850 
,534 I 

175 

385 

95 

385 

350 

75 

,370 

280 

230 

155 
,446 

345 
75 

180 

125 

,185 

34 

997 



128, 154 



225 
107 



300 
262 
637 
300 

587 



206 
187 



187 
487 
483 



1,157 



135 



County and city 



Monterey: 

King City 

Monterey..- 

Pacific Grove 

Salinas 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Napa: 

Napa 

St. Helena- - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Nevada: 

Grass Valley 

Nevada City 

Truckee -. 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Orange: 

Anaheim 

Balboa 

Brea 

Buena Park 

Fullerton 

Garden Grove 

Huntington Beach 

Laguna Beach 

La Habra 

Orange 

Placentia 

Santa Ana - 

Seal Beach 

Tustin 

M iscellaneous , 

Total 

Place^: 

Auburn 

Lincoln 

Roseville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Plumas: Miscellaneous 

Riverside: 

Banning 

Beaumont 

Blythe 

Coachella 

Corona 

Elsinore 

Hemet 

Indio 

Perris.-- 

Riverside 

San JaeintO- 

M iscellaneous 

Total.-- 

Sacramento: 

Folsom City 

Sacramento 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



187 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States "and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

CALIFORNIA— Continued 



County and city 



San Benito: 

Hollister 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



San Bernardino: 

Barstow 

Chino--- 

Colton 

Needles 

Ontarid 

Redlaiids 

Rialtu 

San Bernardino. 

Upland 

Victorville 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



San Diego: 

Chula Vista... 

Coronado 

El Cajon 

Escondido 

La Mesa 

National City. 

Oceanside 

San Diego 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

San Francisco: San Francisco. 

San Joaquin: 

Lodi 

Manteca 

Stockton 

Tracy... 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



San Luis Obispo: 
Arroyo Grande... 

Atascadero 

Pasa Robles 

Pismo Beach 

San Luis Obispo. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



San Mateo: 

Burlingame 

Daly City 

Half Moon Bay 

Redwood City 

San Bruno 

San Mateo 

South San Francisco. 
Miscellaneous 



Number 
of returns 



Total. 



Santa Barbara: 

Lompoc... 

Santa Barbara. 
Santa Maria... 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Santa Clara: 

Oilroy 

Los Oatos. 



337 
122 



459 



8,350 



62, 825 



4,900 



978 



3,610 




County and city 



Santa Clara — Continued. 

Mayfield 

Mountain View 

Palo Alto. 

San Jose... 

Santa Clara 

Sunnyvale 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Santa Cruz: 

Santa Cruz 

Watson ville-.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Shasta: 

Anderson 

Redding 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sierra: Miscellaneous 


106 






Siskiyou: 

Dunsmuir 


281 


Weed 


225 


Yreka . 


SI 


Miscellaneous 


534 






Total 


1 121 






Solano: 

Benicia 


150 


Fairfield 


31 


Rio Vista 


206 


Vacaville . 


187 


Vallejo 


975 


Miscellaneous . . 


487 






Total 


2,036 




Sonoma: 

Healdsburg . 


225 


Petaluma . . 


862 


Santa Rosa 


825 


Sebastopol . 


150 


Miscellaneous- 


385 






Total 


2,447 




Stanislaus: 

Modesto 


975 


Newman .... 


262 


Oakdale 


112 


Turlock 


300 


Miscellaneous... . . 


408 






Total 


2,057 






Sutter: 

Yuba Citv 


356 


Miscellaneous 


151 






Total 


507 






Tehama: 

Corning-. 


94 


Red Bluff 


225 


Miscellaneous... 


82 






Total 


401 






Trinity: Miscellaneous .... . . 


39 







91073—28- 



-13 



188 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

CALIFORNIA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Tulare: 

Dinuba 


187 
187 
300 
375 
375 
508 
284 


Ventura— Continued. 
Santa Paula 


385 


Exeter 


Saticoy 


40 


Lindsay 




1, 144 


Porterville 




310 


Tulare - --- - 


Total 




Visalia 


2,659 




Yclo: 

Woodland 








Total 


2,214 


394 






472 


Tuolumne: 

Sonora ---.-_-.. 


187 
243 


Total 




866 




Yuba: 

Marys ville . 








Total- 


430 


637 






117 




230 
120 
430 


Total 




Fillmore 


754 


Ojai 


State total .. . . 






315, 344 







COLORADO 



Adams: 

Brighton 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Alamosa: 

Alamosa 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Arapahoe: 

Englewood 

Littleton _ 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Archuleta: 

Pagosa Springs _ 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Baca: Miscellaneous 

Bent: 

Las Animas 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Roulder: 

Boulder.. 

Lafayette 

Longmont 

Louiseville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Chaffee: 

Salida 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Cheyenne: Miscellaneous 



193 



201 



108 
135 
52 



132 
36 



168 



492 
30 

250 
37 
36 



845 



286 
34 



320 
30 



Clear Creek: 

Idaho Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Conejos: Miscellaneous. 
Costilla: Miscellaneous. 

Crowley: 

Ordway 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Custer: Miscellaneous.. 

Delta: 

Delta 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Denver: Denver 

Dolores: Miscellaneous. 
Douglas: Miscellaneous 
Eagle: Miscellaneous... 
Elbert: Miscellaneous.. 

El Paso: 

Colorado Springs... 

Manitou 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Fremont: 

Canon City 

Florence. 

Rockvale 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Garfield: 

Qlenwood Springs.. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



189 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

COLORADO— Continued 



County and city 



Number 
of returns 



Gilpin: Miscellaneous 

Grand: Miscellaneous 

Gunnison: 

Crested Butte 

Gunnison 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hinsdale: Miscellaneous. . 

Huerfano: 

Walsenburg 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Jackson: Miscellaneous 

Jefferson: 

Golden 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kiowa: Miscellaneous 

Kit Carson: Miscellaneous 

Lake: 

Jyeadville 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

La Plata: 

Durango 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Larimer: 

Ft. Collins 

Loveland 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Las Animas: 

Aguilar _ 

Delagua 

Trinidad _- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lincoln: 

Limon. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Logan: 

Sterling 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Mesa: 

Fruita 

Grand Junction 

M iscella neous 

Total 

Mineral: Miscellaneous 



60 
141 
64 



265 



180 
225 



140 
255 



395 



295 
20 



252 
23 



275 



560 
160 
245 



965 



25 

24 

450 

421 



920 



290 

05 



31 
4C0 

144 



County and city 



Moffat: 

Craig 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 

Montezuma: Miscellaneous 

Montrose: 

Montrose 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Morgan: 

Brush.. 

Ft. Morgan 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 

Otero: 

Fowler 

La Junta 

Reeky Ford 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Ouray: 

Ouray 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Park: Miscellaneous 

Phillips: 

Haxton 

Hoi yoke 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Pitkin: 

Aspen 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Prowers: 

Holly 

Lamar 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Pueblo: 

Pueblo 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rio Blanco: Miscellaneous.. 

Rio Grande: 

Del Norte 

Monte Vista... 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 

Routt: 

Steamboat Springs 

M iscellaneous 

Total. 



190 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 



i 5^(5— Continued 



COLORADO— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Saguache: Miscellaneous 


280 


Washington: 






44 

17 


San Juan: 


137 

28 


Miscellaneous.. 


Silverton 


Total 




Miscellaneous. 


61 




Weld: 




Total- 


165 






200 
96 


San Miguel: 


76 
64 


Fort Lupton 


Telluride.. 


Greeley 


640 


Miscellaneous . 


Windsor 


67 






492 


Total 


140 


Total 






1,495 


Sedgwick: 

Julesburg 


66 
11 


Yuma: 

Wray.. 




Miscellaneous 


68 






55 


Total. 


77 


Miscellaneous .. 


52 




Total 




Summit: Miscellaneous.. 


37 


175 




State total 




Teller' 


65 

84 

6 


35, 110 


Cripple Creek . . . 






Victor 












Total 


155 









CONNECTICUT 



Fairfield: 

Bethel 

Bridgeport 

Danbury .. 

Darien 

Fairfield 

Greenwich 

Monroe 

New Canaan... 

Newtown 

Norwalk 

Redding 

Ridgefleld 

Shelton 

Stamford 

Stratford 

Trumbull 

Westport 

Wilton 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Hartford: 

Avon 

Berlin 

Bloomfield 

Bristol 

Burlington 

Canton 

East Granby... 
East Hartford.. 
East Windsor.. 

Enfteld 

Farmington 

Glastonbury... 

Oranby 

Hartford 

Manchester — 
New Britain... 

Newington 

Plainville 

Rocky Hill 

Simsbury 

Southington... 
South Windsor 
SufQeld 



Hartford — Continued. 

West Hartford 

Wethersfield 

Windsor 

Windsor Locks 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Litchfied: 

Kent 

Litchfield 

New Hartford 

New Milford 

Norfolk- 

North Canaan 

Plymouth 

Salisbury 

Sharon.. I 

Thomaston 

Torrington 

Washington. 

Watertown 

Winchester Center 

Winsted ._._ 

Woodbury 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Middlesex: 

Chester 

Clinton 

Cromwell _ 

East Haddam 

East Hampton 

Essex 

Haddam 

Middlefield 

Middletown 

Old Saybrook 

Portland 

Saybrook 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



191 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

CONNECTICUT— Continued 



County and city 



New Haven: 

Ansonia 

Beacon Falls 

Branford 

Cheshire 

Derby 

East Haven 

Guilford 

Hamden 

Madison 

Meriden 

Middlebury 

Milford 

Naugatuck 

New Haven 

North Branford. - 

North Haven 

Orange 

Seymour 

Southbury 

Wallingford- 

Waterbury 

West Haven 

Woodbridge 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

New London: 

Colchester 

East Lyme 

Griswold 

Groton 

Jewett City 

Lebanon 

Ledyard 

Montville 

New London 

North Stonington 
Norwich 



Number 
of returns 



887 

35 
387 
125 
528 
198 
118 
241 

69 
1,944 

49 

455 

472 

11,549 

23 

95 
247 
291 

29 

627 

4,601 

940 

27 
214 



24, 151 



27 

50 

3 

206 

131 

3 

11 

56 

1,408 

9 

1,468 



County and city 



New London — Continued 

Sprague.. 

Stonington 

Waterford 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Tolland: 

Coventry 

Ellington 

Mansfield.. 

Rock ville 

Somers 

Stafford 

Tolland 

Vernon 

WUlington..- 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Windham: 

Brooklyn 

Danielson 

KUlingly 

Plainfield 

Pomf ret 

Putnam 

Sterling-. 

Thompson 

Willimantic 

Windham 

Woodstock 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

State total 



Number 
of returns 



DELAWARE 



Kent: 

Camden 

Clayton.. 

Dover 

Felton 

Frederica 

Harrington 

Smyrna 

Wyoming 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

New Castle: 

Claymont 

Delaware City.. 

Edgemoor 

Elmhurst 

Elsmere... 

Hillcrest 

Hollyoak... 

Marshallton 

Middletown 

Newark 

New Castle 

Newport 

Richardson Park 



13 

79 
340 

18 
7 
54 
79 
17 
28 



635 



195 

48 

29 

11 

58 

9 

33 

52 

102 

204 

143 

33 

52 



New Castle— Continued 

Townsend. 

Wilmington 

Yorklyn 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Sussex: 

Bridgeville 

Delmar 

Georgetown.. 

Greenwood 

Laurel 

Lewes. _ 

Milford 

Millsboro 

Milton 

Rehoboth. 

Seaford 

Selbyville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

State total 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



City 



Number 
of returns 



Washington. 



192 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

FLORIDA 



County and city 



Alachua: 

Gainesville 

High Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Baker: Miscellaneous... 

Bay: 

Millville.. 

Panama City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bradford: 

Starke 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Brevard: 

Cocoa 

Melbourne 

Titusville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Broward: 

Dania 

Fort Lauderdale 

Hollywood. 

Pompano 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Calhoun: Blountstown. 

Charlotte: 

Punta Gorda _ 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Citrus: 

Inverness 

Miscellaneous 

Total _ 

Clay: 

Green Cove Springs 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Collier: Miscellaneous.. 

Columbia: 

Lake City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dade: 

Buena Vista 

Coconut Grove 

Coral Gables 

Hialeah 

Homestead 

Lemon City 

Little River 

Miami 

Miami Beach 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



317 
44 
118 



479 
22 



126 



65 



186 
197 
124 
195 



702 



64 

585 

261 

60 

43 



1,013 



16 



15 
114 



35 



139 
15 



154 



31 
240 
702 
120 
149 

35 

106 

,950 

'649 

695 



12, 677 



County and city 



De Soto: 

Arcadia 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Dixie: Miscellaneous 

Duval: 

Jacksonville 

South Jacksonville. - 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Escambia: 

Pensacola 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Flagler: Miscellaneous-. 

Franklin: 

A palachicola 

Carrabelle 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gadsden: 

Quincy 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

G ilchrist : M iscellaneous 

Glades: Miscellaneous-. 

Gulf: Miscellaneous 

Hamilton: 

Jasper 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Hardee: 

Wauchula... 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Hendry: Miscellaneous - 

Hernando: 

Brooksville 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Highlands: 

Avon Park 

Sebring 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Hillsborough: 

Plant City 

Port Tampa City.-. 

Tampa 

West Tampa 

Ybor City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



193 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

FLORIDA— Continued 



County and city 



Holmes: 

Bonifay 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Indian River: 

Vero Beach 

Miscellaneous- 



Total - 



Jackson: 

Marianne 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Jefferson: 

Monticello 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Lake: 

Eustis 

Leesburg 

Mount Dora.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total- 



Lafayette: Miscellaneous. 
Lee: 



Fort Myers-.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Leon: 

Tallahassee 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Levy: Miscellaneous 

Liberty: Miscellaneous. 

Madison: 

Madison 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 
Manatee: 



Number 
of returns 



123 
49 



106 



39 



163 
205 
90 
277 



735 



564 
44 



299 
6 



72 



Bradenton 


467 


Manatee 


62 


Palmetto 


93 


Miscellaneous 


60 






Total.. . 


682 


Marion: 

Dunnellon . 




48 


Ocala 


407 




91 






Total.. 


546 


Martin: 

Stuart 




132 




60 






Total . 


192 


Monroe: 

Key West . 




297 




16 






Total-. 


313 







County and city 



Nassau: 

Fernandina... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Okaloosa: Miscellaneous - 

Okeechobee: 

Okeechobee-- 

M iscellaneous 



Total - 



Orange: 

Orlando 

Winter Garden. 

Winter Park 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Osceola: 

Kissimmee 

St. Cloud 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Palm Beach: 

Delray 

Lake Worth 

Palm Beach 

West Palm Beach. 
Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Pasco: 

Dade City 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Pinellas: 

Clearwater 

Dunediu-- 

St. Petersburg- _ 
Tarpon Springs. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Polk: 

Auburndale 

Bartow 

Fort Meade 

Haines City 

Lakeland 

Lake Wales 

Mulberry 

Winter Haven . 
Miscellaneous-. 



Total. 



Putnam: 

Crescent City. 

Palatka 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



St. Johns: 

St. Augustine. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



194 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by cotmties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

FLORIDA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


St. Lucie: 

Fort Pierce. 


394 
16 


Taylor: 

Perry 


76 


Miscellaneous... 


Miscellaneous. .. 


25 




Total. 




Total 


410 


101 




Union: Miscellaneous... 




Santa Rosa: 


54 
22 


20 




Volusia: 




Miscellaneous 






1,018 
475 


Total 


76 


Deland 






195 


Sarasota: 


671 
100 


Ormond 


59 


Sarasota 


Miscellaneous 


145 




Total 






1,892 


Total 


771 








n 


Seminole: 

Sanford . 


581 
85 


Walton: 

De Funiak Springs . 






Miscellaneous 


61 






28 


Total 


666 


Total 






89 




90 


Washington: 

Chipley 








Suwanee: 


80 
20 


40 


Live Oak 


Miscellaneous 


4 




Total 












Total 


100 


State total 


56,109 









GEORGIA 



Appling: 

Baxley 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Atkinson: 

Willacoochee 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bacon: 

Alma 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Baker: Miscellaneous. 

Baldwin- 

Milledgeville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Barrow: 

Winder 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bartow: 

Cartersville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ben Hill: Fitzgerald.. 



18 



23 



109 
18 



127 
116 



Berrien: 

Nashville.. 


^ , 


Miscellaneous 


7 






Total 


18 






Bibb: 

Macon 


2,223 


Miscellaneous 


14 






Total 


2,237 






Bleckley: Cochran 


28 






Brantley: Miscellaneous 


23 






Brooks: 

Quitman. 


75 




10 






Total 


85 






Bryan : Miscellaneous 


30 






Bulloch: 

Statesboro-- 


100 


Miscellaneous . 


17 






Total 


117 






Burke: 

Waynesboro 


78 


Miscellaneous 


22 






Total 


100 






Butts: 

Jackson... 


26 


Miscellaneous 


3 






Total 


29 







STATISTICS OF INCOME 



195 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

GEORGIA— Continued 



County and city 



Calhoun: Miscellaneous. 
Camden: Miscellaneous. 

Campbell: 

Fairburn 

Miscellaneous 



Total-- — 

Candler: Miscellaneous. 

Carroll: 

Bowden -- 

CarroUton 

Villa Rica. 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Catoosa: Miscellaneous.. 
Charlton: Miscellaneous. 

Chatham: 

Savannah 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Chattahoochee: 
Fort Benning. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 



Chattooga: 

Summerville . . 

Trion 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Cherokee: 

Canton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 



Clarke: 

Athens 

Miscellaneous. 



Total-- 

Clay: Fort Gaines. 

Clayton: 

Jonesboro 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total 

Clinch: Miscellaneous. 

Cobb: 

Acworth 

Marietta 

Roswell 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Coffee: 

Douglas 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 



Number 
of returns 



3,929 
25 



3,954 



55 



26 



487 



493 



33 



County and city 



Colquitt: 

Moultrie 

Miscellaneous. 



Total.- 

Columbia: Miscellaneous. 

Cook: 

Adel 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Coweta: 

Grantville 

Newnan 

Miscellaneous. 



225 
7 
63 



304 



Total 

Crawford: Miscellaneous. 

Crisp: 

Cordele 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Dade: Miscellaneous 

Dawson: Miscellanoeus. 

Decatur: 

Bainbridge 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



De Kalb: 

Decatur... 

Lithonia 

Stone Mountain. 
Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Dodge: 

Eastman 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Dooly: 

Unadilla 

Vienna 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Dougherty: 

Albany.. 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Douglas: 

DouglasvUle... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Early: 

Blakely.. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



196 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

GEORGIA— Continued 



County and city 



Echols: Miscellaneous 

Effingham: Miscellaneous. 

Elbert: 

Elberton 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Emanuel: 

Swainsboro... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Evans: 

Claxton. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fannin: Miscellaneous.. 
Fayette: Miscellaneous. 

Floyd: 

Lindale 

Rome 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Forsyth: Miscellaneous. 

Franklin: 

Canon 

Lavonla.. 

Royston 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Fulton: 

Atlanta 

Chattahooche. 
College Park.- 

East Point 

Hapeville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Gilmer: Miscellaneous... 
Glascock: Miscellaneous. 

Glynn: 

Brunswick-. 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Gordon: 

Calhoun 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Grady: 

Cairo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



Greene: 

Greensboro 

Union Point.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



81 



25 
459 

17 



15, 892 
8 
149 
38 
65 
41 



16, 193 



300 
16 



316 



32 



42 



County and city 



Gwinnett: 

Buford 

Lawrence ville. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Habersham: 

Cornelia 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hall: 



Gainesville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hancock: 

Sparta 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Haralson: 

Tallapoosa 

Miscellaneous. 



Number 
of returns 



Total 


24 






Harris: Miscellaneous.. 


20 


Hart: Hartwell 


16 


Heard: Miscellaneous 


1 






Henry: 

McDonough. 


12 


Miscellaneous 


15 






Total 


27 






Houston: Miscellaneous 


42 


Irwin: Ocilla .. 


10 






Jackson: 

Commerce 


29 


Jefferson .. 


5 


Miscellaneous . . . 


2 






Total 


36 






Jasper: 

Monticello 


30 


Miscellaneous . . 


20 






Total 


50 






Jeflerson: 

Louisville. 


24 


Wadley 


13 


Wrens . . . 


10 


Miscellaneous 


9 






Total - 


56 






Jeff Davis: Hazelhurst 


26 


Jenkins: 

Millen . . 


52 


Miscellaneous. 


13 






Total 


65 






Johnson: 

Wrights ville. .. 


17 


Miscellaneous .. .. 


1 






Total 


18 







STATISTICS OF INCOME 



197 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, arid post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

GEORGIA— Continued 



County and city 



Jones: Miscellaneous. 

Lamar: 

Barnesville 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Lanier: Miscellaneous. 

Laurens: 

Dublin 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Lee: Miscellaneous 

Liberty: Miscellaneous. 
Lincoln: Miscellaneous. 
Long: Miscellaneous 



Lowndes: 

Valdosta 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Lumpkin: Miscellaneous. 

McDuffle: Thomson 

Mcintosh: Miscellaneous. 



Macon: 

Marshallville. 
Montezuma.-- 
Miscellaneous. 



Total -. 

Madison : M iscellaneous . 



Marion: 

Buena Vista.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Meriwether: 

Manchester . . . 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Miller: Miscellaneous.. 
Milton: Miscellaneous. 

Mitchell: 

Camilla 

Pelham 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Monroe: 

Forsyth 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Montgomery: Miscellaneous . 

Morgan: 

Madison 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Murray: Miscellaneous. 



Number 
of returns 



200 
20 



220 



County and city 



Muscogee: 

Columbus 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Newton: 

Covington 

Porterdale 

Miscellaneous. 



Total . 



Oconee: Miscellaneous 

Oglethorpe: Miscellaneous. 
Paulding: Dallas 



Peach : 

Fort Valley ... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Pickens: Miscellaneous. 

Pierce: 

Blackshear. 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Pike: Miscellaneous. 

Polk: 

Aragon 

Cedartown 

Rockmart 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Pulaski: 

Hawkinsville.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Putnam: 

Eatonton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Quitman: Miscellaneous. 
Rabun: Miscellaneous... 



Randolph: 

Cuthbert 

Shellman 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Richmond: 

Augusta 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Rockdale: 

Conyers 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Schley: Miscellaneous. 



Number 
of returns 



1,350 



1,358 



100 

12 



36 



6 

113 

45 

3 



40 



30 



68 



1,804 
10 



1,814 



19 



198 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

GEORGIA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 




24 
15 


Towns: Miscellaneous .. 


2 




Treutlen: 










9 


Total -. 


39 


M iscellaneous 


2 




Total 






11 


11 




Troup: 

Hogansville 




Spalding: 

Griffin 


264 
10 


14 




Lagrange 


253 




West Point 


112 


Total - - 


274 


Miscellaneous 


2 




Total 




Stephens: 


38 
3 


381 




Turner: 




Miscellaneous 






20 


Total 


41 


Miscellaneous... 


5 




Total 






36 
21 


25 




Twiggs: Miscellaneous 






18 




Upson: 




Total 


57 






74 




212 
22 


Miscellaneous. . . . 


8 




Total 






82 




Walker: 




Total 


234 






35 


Talbot: 


22 

7 


Rossville - - .. 


20 


Talbotton 


Miscellaneous. 


21 




Total 






76 




29 


Walton: 

Monroe - . . 










10 


60 






g 


Tattnall: 


14 
17 


Miscellaneous 


3 




Total •--. 






72 




Ware: 




Total 


31 






359 




28 




23 




Total . . 




Telfair: 


36 

28 


382 




Warren: 




M iscellaneous -.- 






24 


Total 


64 




13 




Total . 




Terrell : 


75 
9 


37 




Washington: 










63 


Total 


84 


Tennille 


22 






15 


Thomas: 


20 

8 

302 

6 


Total 




100 




Wayne: 

Jesup 




Thomasville 






42 






23 


Total 


336 


Total 






65 


Tift: 


61 

8 






Tifton . 


1 




Miscellaneous 




5 




69 


White: Miscellaneous 


10 


Total 


Whitfield: 

Dalton. - . 








Toombs: 
Vidalia 


39 
28 


175 






10 




Total 




Total 


67 


185 









STATISTICS OF INCOME 



199 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number oj returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

GEORGIA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 

1 


Number 
of returns 


Wilcox: 

Abbeville 


9 
12 
7 


Wilkinson: | 

Gordon 28 


Roehelle 


Miscellaneous 


U 




Total 






34 


Total 


28 








Worth: 

Sylvester 

M iscellaneous 


32 
8 


Wilkes: 


56 
6 




Total 






40 




State total- 




Total . 


62 


36,744 









HAWAII 



Hawaii: 


334 

527 


Kauai: Miscellaneous 


38S 


Hilo 


Maui: 




M iscellaneous- 






180 


Total ._._ 


861 


Miscellaneous 


494 




Total 




Honolulu; 


5,949 
1,277 


674 










9, 146 








Total 


7,226 





IDAHO 



Ada: 



Boise 

Meridian 

Miscellaneous- 



Adams: Miscellaneous. 

Bannock: 

Pocatello 

M iscellaneous 



Total- 



Bear Lake: 

I^ontpelier 

Paris 

Miscellaneous- 



Total- 



Benewah: 

St. Maries 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Bingham: 

Blackfoot 

Fort Hall 

Shelley 

Miscellaneous- 



Total- 

Blaine: 
Hailey. 



Miscellaneous- 



Total 

Boise: Miscellaneous. 



1,338 
25 
196 



1,559 
24 



1,052 
271 



1, 323 



146 
41 



187 



184 

2 

41 

57 



Bonner; 

Sandpoint 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Bonneville: 

Idaho Falls-. - 
Miscellaneous- 

Total 



Boundary; 

Bonners Ferry. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Butte: Miscellaneous.. 
Camas; Miscellaneous. 

Canyon; 

Caldwell 

Nampa 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Caribou; Miscellaneous. 



Cassia; 

Burley 

Oakley... 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Clark: Miscellaneous 

Clearwater: Miscellaneous. 
Custer: Miscellaneous 



200 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
i5£&— Continued 

IDAHO— Continued 



County and city 



Elmore: 

Glenns Ferry 

Mountain Home 
Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Franklin: 

Preston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Fremont: 

Ashton 

St. Anthony 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gem: 

Emmett- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gooding: 

Gooding 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Idaho: 

Grangeville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jefferson: 

Rigby 

Miscellaneous 

Total- ---. 

Jerome: 

Jerome 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kootenai: 

Coeur d'Alene... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Latah : 

Moscow 

Potlatch 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Lemhi: 

Salmon 

Miscellaneous,.. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



133 



80 
110 



190 



312 

281 



240 

75 
156 



87 



County and city 



Lewis: Miscellaneous. 

Lincoln: 

Shoshone 

Miscellaneous 



Total- 



Madison: 

Rexburg 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Minidoka: 

Rupert 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Nez Perce: 

Lewiston 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Oneida: Malad City 

Owyhee: Miscellaneous. 

Payette: 

Payette 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Power; 

American Falls. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Shoshone: 

Kellogg 

Mullan 

Wallace 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Teton: Miscellaneous. 

Twin Falls: 

Buhl 

Filer 

Twin Falls 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Valley: Miscellaneous. 

Washington: 

Weiser 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

State total - 



Number 
of returns 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



201 



Tabi,e 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices,, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

ILLINOIS 



County and city 



Adams: 

Clayton 

Quincy 

Miscellaneous - 

Total 



Alexander: 

Cairo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Bond: 

Greenville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Boone: 

Belvedere 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Brown: 

Mount Sterling- 
Miscellaneous. - 



Total - 



Bureau: 

Cherry 

Depue 

Ladd-- 

Princeton 

Spring VaUey- 
Miscellaneous- 

Total 



Calhoun: Miscellaneous- 



Carroll: 

Lanark - - 

Mount Carroll - 

Savanna-- 

Miscellaneous-- 



Total- 



Cass: 

Ashland 

Beardstown--. 

Virginia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total-- 



Champaign: 

Champaign 

Kantoul 

Urbana 

Miscellaneous - 



Number 
of returns 



Total 

Christian: 

Assumption... 

Kincaid 

Morrisonville. 

Pana-- 

Stonington 

Taylorville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



15 

1,415 

103 



1,533 



506 
38 



198 
36 



63 



23 
41 
18 
230 
120 
241 



673 



41 
74 
190 
58 



363 



51 
263 

84 
45 



1,117 
107 
278 
253 



1,755 



40 
28 
30 

151 
36 

365 
69 



County and city 



Clarlc: 

Casey 

Marshall 

Martinsville- - 
Miscellaneous- 



Total- 



Clay: 



Flora 

Miscellaneous- 



Total- 



Clinton: 

Beclvemeyer-- 

Breese 

Carlyle 

New Baden--- 

Trenton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Coles: 

Charleston 

Mattoon 

Oakland 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Cook: 

Arlington Heights- 

Barrington-- 

Bellewood 

Berwyn 

Blue Island 

Brookfield -.- 

Calumet City 

Chicago 

Chicago Heights.. 

Cicero 

Des Plaines 

Dalton_._ 

Elmwood Park 

Evanston 

Forest Park 

Glencoe 

Harvey 

Homewood--- 

Kenilworth 

La Grange 

Lansing 

Lemont 

Lyons 

Maywood 

Melrose Park 

Morton Grove 

Niles 

Oak Park 

Palatine - 

Park Ridge - 

Phoenix 

Riverdale. 

River Forest 

Riverside 

South Holland 

Summit 

Western Springs--. 

Wilmette 

Winnetka 

M iscellaneous 



Total - 



283,646 



202 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

ILLINOIS— Continued 



County and city 



Crawford: 

Oblong 

Palestine 

Robinson 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Cumberland: 

Greenup 

Neoga. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



De Kalb: 

DeKalb 

Genoa... 

Sandwich 

Sycamore 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



De Witt: 

Clinton 

Farmer City.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Douglas: 

Areola 

Newman 

Tuscola 

Villa Grove... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Du Page: 

Downers Grove. 

Elmhurst 

Glen Ellyn 

Hinsdale 

Lombard. 

Naperville 

West Chicago... 



Number 
of returns 



60 

33 

215 

29 



337 



343 
32 



204 
90 



765 



289 
92 

48 



429 



292 



578 
912 
720 
839 
283 
266 
189 



Wheaton .... . 


618 


Miscellaneous 


618 






Total. 


5,023 






Edgar: 

Chrisman 


38 


Paris 


318 


Miscellaneous.- 


129 






Total 


485 






Edwards: 

Albion 


21 


Miscellaneous 


13 






Total 


34 






EflBngham: 

Altamont 


25 


Effingham 


89 


Miscellaneous 


34 






Total 


148 






Fayette: 

St. Elmo 


5 


Vandalia 1 


82 


Miscellaneous 


30 






Total 


117 







County and city 



Ford: 

Gibson City.. 

Paxton 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Franklin: 

Benton 

Buckner 

Christopher 

Frankfort Heights. 

Orient 

Royalton 

Sesser 

West Frankfort 

Zeigler - 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Fulton: 

Astoria 

Canton.- 

Cuba 

Farmington-.- 

Lewistown 

St. David 

Vermont 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Gallatin: 

Equality 

Ridgway 

Shawneetown. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Greene: 

Carrollton 

Greenfield 

Roodhouse 

White Hall— . 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Grundy: 

Coal City 

Morris 

South Wilmington. 
Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Hamilton: 

McLeansboro. 
Miscellaneous- 



Total- 

Hancock: 

Augusta 

Carthage 

Dallas City... 

Hamilton 

La Harpe 

Warsaw 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hardin: 

Elizabethtown. 

Rosiclair 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total - 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



203 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

ILLINOIS— Continued 



County and city 



Number 
of returns 



Henderson: Miscellaneous 

Henry: 

Cambridge 

Galva 

Geneseo 

Kewanee 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Iroquois: 

Oilman 

Milford 

Onarga 

Sheldon 

Watseka 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Jackson: 

Carbondale 

Murphysboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total-- 

Jasper: 

Newton 

Miscellaneous - 

Total 

Jefferson : 

Mount Vernon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jersey: 

Jerseyville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jo Daviess: 

East Dubuque 

Galena - 

Stockton 

Warren-- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Johnson: Miscellaneous 

Kane: 

Aurora - 

Batavia- - - 

Carpentersville-.- --.. 

Dundee-- 

East Dundee 

Elgin 

Geneva 

St. Charles ---. 

West Dundee-- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kankakee: 

Bradley 

Kankakee 

91073—28 14 



70 
153 
165 
548 
146 



48 
44 
58 
35 
142 
148 



226 
228 

124 



40 



233 
9 



141 
14 



22 
128 
38 
24 
52 



264 



3,030 

283 

28 

163 

1 

2,398 

292 

247 

2 

156 



6,600 



53 

845 



County and city 



Kankakee — Continued. 

Manteno 

Momence 

St. Anne 

Miscellaneous 

Total-- 

Kendall: 

Piano -- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Knox: 

Abingdon 

■ Galesburg 

KnoxviUe 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lake: 

Highland Park 

Highwood 

Lake Forest 

Liberty ville 

North Chicago 

Waukegan 

Zion 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

La Salle: 

Earlville 

La Salle 

Marseilles 

Mendota 

Oglesby 

Ottawa 

Peru 

Streator 

Utica 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lawrence: 

Bridgeport- -. 

La wrenceville 

St. Francisville 

Sumner 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lee: 

Amboy 

Dixon 

M iscellaneous 

Total.-- -. 

Livingston: 

Chatsworth 

Dwight 

Fairbury 

Odell 

Pontiac 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



204 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
ued 



1926 — Continued 



ILLINOIS— Continued 



County and city 



Number 
of returns 



Logan: 

Atlanta 

Lincoln 

Mount Pulaski 
Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

McDonough: 

Blandinsville,- 

Bushnell 

Colchester 

Macomb 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

McHenry: 

Crystal Lake... 

Harvard 

McHenry 

Marengo 

Woodstock 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

McLean: 

Bloomington... 

Chenoa 

Le Roy -. 

Lexington 

Normal 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Macon: 

Decatur 

Maroa 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Macoupin: 

Benld 

Carlinville 

Gillespie 

Girard 

Mount Olive... 

Staunton 

Virden 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Madison: 

Alton 

Collinsvllle 

East Alton 

Edwardsville... 
Glen Carbon... 
Granite City... 

Highland 

Livingston 

Madison 

Troy 

Venice 

Wood River 

Worden 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Marion: 

Centralla 

Odin 



36 
351 

57 
116 



25 
102 

15 
268 

52 



462 



251 
164 
99 
90 
207 
337 



1,460 
44 
61 
21 
172 
250 



2, 151 
38 
100 



2,289 



149 
153 
301 

44 
277 
237 

66 
176 



1,662 
282 

84 
364 

95 
841 
110 

33 
161 

22 

45 

321 

4 

110 



4,134 



420 
20 



County and city 



Marion — Continued 

Salem 

Sandoval 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Marshall: 

Henry 

Lacon 

Toluca 

Wenona 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Mason: 

Havana 

Mason City 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Massac: 

Brookport 

Metropolis 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Menard: 

Athens 

Petersburg 

Miscellaneous... 

Total. 

Mercer: 

Aledo 

Keithsburg 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Monroe: 

Columbia. 

Waterloo 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Montgomery: 

Hillsboro 

Litchfield 

Nokomis 

Panama 

Tavlor Springs.. 

Witt 

Miscellaneous... 

Total.... 

Morgan: 

Jacksonville 

Waverly 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Moultrie: 

Lovington 

Sullivan 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



205 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townshi-ps, and -post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

ILLINOIS— Continued 



County and city 



Ogle: 

Mount Morris. 

Oregon 

Polo 

Rochelle. 

Miscellaneous-. 



Total. 



Peoria: 

Averyville 

Bartonville 

Chillicothe 

Elmwood 

Peoria 

Peoria Heights. 

Princeville 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Perry: 

Duquoin 

Pinckneyville. 
Tamaroa 

Willisville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



Piatt: 

Bement. 

Cerro Gordo.. 

Monticello 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Pike: 

Barry 

Griggsville 

Pittsfleld 

Miscellaneous. 

Tctal 



Pope: 

Golconda 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Pulaski: 

Mounds 

Mound City.. 
Miscellaneous. 



TotaL 



Putnam: 

Granville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Randolph: 

Chester 

Coulterville... 

Percy 

Red Bud 

Sparta. 

Tilden 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Richland: 

Olney. 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



96 
62 
167 
91 



1 

30 

97 

30 

4,892 

5 

26 
121 



5.202 



218 

51 

5 

2 



27 
25 
132 
106 



29 
29 
114 
60 



232 



42 



120 
2 



County and city 



Rock Island: 

East Moline.. 

Moline 

Rock Island... 

Silvis _. 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



St. Clair: 

Belleville 

Dupo... 

East St. Louis 

Freeburg 

Lebanon 

Lcvejoy... 

M arissa 

Mascoutah 

National Stock Yards. 

New Athens 

O'Fallon 

Miscellaneous 



TotaL 



Saline: 

Carrier Mills.. 

Eldorado 

Harrisburg 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sangamon: 

Auburn 

Divernon 

Pawnee 

Pleasant Plains. 

Riverton 

Springfield 

Thayer 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Schuyler: 

Rushville 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Scott: 

Bluffs 

Winchester 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Shelby: 

Moweaqua 

Shelbyville..- 

Windsor 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Stark: 

Toulon 

Wyoming 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Stephenson: 

Freeport 

Lena 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



206 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 



1926 — Continued 



ILLINOIS— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Tazewell: 

Delavan . 


63 
32 

75 
480 

73 
135 


East Peoria --- 


Morton .. _ 


Peliin 


Washington... 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


858 




Union: 

Anna 


113 
16 
37 


Jonesboro. 


Miscellaneous . . 




Total-. ... 


166 




Vermilion: 

Danville 


1,566 
93 
207 
39 

172 
273 


Georgetown 


Iloopeston.. 


Rossville 


Westville 


Miscellaneous _ 




Total 


2.350 




Wabash: 

Mount Carmel. . 


155 
38 


Miscellaneous... . . 




Total 


193 




Warren: 

Monmouth- 


312 
138 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


450 




Washington: 

Nashville 


59 
31 


Miscellaneous. 




Total 


90 




Wayne: 

Fairfield 


51 
12 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


63 




White: 

Carmi ... ... 


77 

22 

2 

8 


Grayville . 


Norris City . . 






Total- 


109 





County and city 



Number 
of returns 



Whiteside: 

Fulton 

Morrison 

Prophetstown. 

Rock Falls 

Sterling 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Will: 



Braid wood 

Joliet 

Lockport 

Peotone 

Plainfield 

Rockdale 

Steger 

Wilmington... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Williamson: 

Carterville 

Creal Springs.. 

Herrin 

Hurst 

Johnston City- 
Marion 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total 

Winnebago: 

Pecatonica 

Rockford 

South Beloit.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Woodford: 

El Paso 

Eureka 

Minonk 

Roanoke 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

State total. 



65 
120 
43 

58 

431 

50 



20 

2,977 
182 
53 
55 
8 
45 
65 
231 



3,636 



60 

3 

307 

23 
155 
285 

94 



927 



31 

4,637 

3 

82 



4,753 



64 
94 
90 
60 
105 



413 



374, 725 



INDIANA 



Adams: 


34 

206 

18 


Benton: 

Fowler 


64 


Decatur 


Miscellaneous 


50 




Total 






114 


Total 


258 


Blackford: 

Hartford City 








Allen: 


5,327 
55 

74 


164 


P'ort Wayne 


Mont pelier 


36 




Total 






200 




Boone: 




Total - 


5,456 






140 




329 
11 
13 




24 




Miscellaneous 


30 




Total 






194 




Brown: Miscellaneous 




Total 


353 

: 1 


5 









STATISTICS OF INCOME 



207 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

INDIANA— Continued 



County and city 



Number 
of returns 



Carroll: 

Delphi — 

Flora -- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cass: 

Logansport... 

Miscellaneous.- 

Total -- 

Clark: 

Jefferson ville—- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clay: 

Brazil--- 

Clay City 

Harmony- 

Miscellaneous 

Total :. 

Clinton: 

Frankfort 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Crawford: Miscellaneous 

Daviess: 

Washington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dearborn: 

Aurora-- 

Lawrenceburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Decatur: 

Oreensburg 

St. Paul. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

DeKalb: 

Auburn 

Butler 

Garrett 

Waterloo 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Delaware: 

Albany 

Eaton.- 

Muneie 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dubois: 

Huntingburg 

Jasper... 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 



541 



549 



290 
52 



342 



265 
18 
6 
67 



338 
52 



390 



252 
32 



284 



110 
130 



176 
17 
12 



136 
31 

140 
18 
12 



11 

17 

1,149 

23 



1,200 



190 



County and city 



Elkhart: 

Elkhart 

Goshen 

Nappanee 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fayette: 

Connersville-- 
Miscellaneous- 

Total 



Floyd: 

New Albany.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fountain: 

Attica 

Covington 

Veedersburg.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Franklin: 

Brookville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fulton: 

Rochester 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Gibson: 

Fort Branch.. 
Oakland City. 

Owensville 

Princeton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Grant: 

Fairmount 

Gas City 

Jonesboro 

M arion 

National Military Home. 

Upland 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Greene: 

Bloomfleld 

Jasonville 

Linton 

Worthington.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



Hamilton: 

Arcadia 

Noblesville 

Sheridan 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



208 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

INDIANA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Hancock: 

Fortville 


28 

117 

4 

38 


Johnson: 

Edinburg 


47 


Greenfield .. 


Franklin 


172 


Shirley 




56 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 


13 




Total 




Total.. 


187 


288 




Knox: 

Bicknell 




Harrison: 

Corydon . . 


44 
27 


196 


Miscellaneous 


Bruceville 


a 






508 


Total 


71 




62 




Total 




Hendricks: 


64 

42 
48 


769 




Kosciusko: 
Pierceton 




Plainfield 




Miscellaneous ... 


4 






37 


Total.. 


154 




174 






94 


Henry: 

Knightstown 


54 

24 

307 

71 


Total 




309 


Middletown 


Lagrange: 
Lagrange 




Newcastle.. 




Miscellaneous... 


3a 




Miscellaneous. . .. ... 


64 




456 


Total 








97 




15 

692 

13 


Lake: 




Green town.. 




Kokomo 


223 


Miscellaneous 


East Chicago 


2 662 




Gary 






720 




Total 




2; 628 
39 


Huntington: 




14 

421 

22 

34 


Hobart 


218 




Lowell . 


56 




Whiting 


1,383 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 


269 


Total. 


491 


Total 


13, 113 


Jackson: 

Brownstown. 


22 

14 

179 

34 


La Porte: 
La Porte 


775 


Crothersville 


Michigan City 


831 


Seymour 




68 


Miscellaneous... 


Total 










249 




Total 


Lawrence: 

Bedford 








Jasper: 


20 
95 
20 


473 




Mitchell 


63 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 


23 


Total 


135 


Total 


559 


Jay: 

Dunkirk 


51 

128 

9 

12 


Madison: 


73 


Portland 




917 


Redkey 




228 


Miscellaneous 




9 




Pendleton 


31 




200 


Total 


Summitville _ 


20 




jl 




142 
15 


Total 




Madison 




Miscellaneous 




Marion: 

Beech Grove 




Total 


157 






19 


Jennings: 


65 

8 


Broad Ripple 


2 


North Vernon 




18, 157 


Miscellaneous.. 




717 




Total - 




Total 


73 


18, 895 









STATISTICS OF INCOME 



209 



Table 11.— Individual returns by States and Territories— Number of returns 

distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

INDIANA— Continued 



County and city 



Marshall: 

Argos 

Bourbon 

Bremen 

Culver 

Plymouth 

Miscellaneous- 



TotaL 



Martin: 

Loogootee 

Shoals 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Miami: 

Converse 

Peru.. 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Monroe: 

Bloomington.. 
Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Montgomery: 

Crawfordsville. 

Ladoga 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Morgan: 

Martinsville... 

Mooresville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Newton: 

Goodland 

Kentland 

Morocco 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Noble: 

Albion 

Kendall ville-.- 

Ligonier 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Ohio: Rising Sun. 



Orange: 

French Lick... 

Orleans 

Paoli 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Owen: 

Spencer 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Parke: 

Mecca 

Montezuma. 



Number 
of returns 



25 
39 
68 
112 
153 
10 



27 



16 

409 

38 



463 



680 
46 



308 
29 

48 



106 
30 
16 



24 
196 



341 



County and city 



Parke — Continued. 

Rockville 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Perry: 

Cannelton 

Tell City 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Pike: 



Petersburg 

Winslow 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Porter: 

Chesterton 

Valparaiso 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Posey: 

Mount Vernon. 
New Harmony. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Pulaski: 

Winamac 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Putnam: 

Greencastle... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Randolph: 

Ridgeville 

Union City... 

Winchester 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Ripley: 

Batesville 

Osgood 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Rush: 

Rushville. 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



St. Joseph: 

Mishawaka... 
Notre Dame.. 
South Bend... 

Walkerton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Scott: 

Scottsburg 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



5.953 



37 



210 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — -Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

INDIANA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Shelby: 

Shelbyville 


391 
50 


Vermillion: 

Clinton 


249 




Universal 


8 






100 


Total 


441 


Total 






357 


Spencer: 


38 
21 


Vigo: 

Terre Haute 






Miscellaneous 


2,453 






51 


Total 


59 


Miscellaneous. . . 


35 




Total 






52 

29 
23 ; 


2,539 




Wabash: 

North Manchester . 




North Judson 




Miscellaneous . . . 


81 






222 


Total 


104 


Miscellaneous 


28 




Total . 






93 

54 


331 




Warren: 










28 


Total 


147 


Miscellaneous 


21 




Total 




Sullivan: 


31 
13 

20 , 
32 

181 

52 1 


49 




Warrick: 

Boonville 




Farmersburg 


100 






Newburg 


26 






Miscellaneous . 


14 




Sullivan ..- 


Total 




Miscellaneous ... . . . 


140 




Total .. 


329 


Washington: 






42 




22 
3 


Miscellaneous 


14 




Total. 




Miscellaneous. 


56 


Total 


25 


Wayne: 


86 




1,002 

117 
35 


Hagerstown 


42 


Tippecanoe: 


Richmond 


1,136 




M iscellaneous 


68 




West Lafavette. 


Total 




Miscellaneous 


1,332 


Total 


1,154 


Wells: 

Bluffton 






164 


Tipton: 
Tipton 


135 
21 




42 


Total 




Miscellaneous. 


206 


Total.. 


156 


White: 


29 




83 
18 


Monticello .. . 


57 


Union: 


Miscellaneous. . 


45 


Liberty 


Total 




Miscellaneous 


131 


Total 


101 


Whitley: 


114 


Vanderburg: 


2,821 
4 
10 


South Whitley 


41 




16 


Howell 


Total 




171 




1 State total 




Total 


! 2, 835 


77, 126 




1 





STATISTICS OF INCOME 



211 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
19S6— Continued 

IOWA 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Adair: 

Adair 


34 
53 
39 


Greenfield 


Miscellaneous. . 




Total..- 


126 




Adams: 

Corning . 


45 
31 


Miscellaneous ... .. 




Total 


76 




Allamakee: 

Lansing. 


22 
53 
56 
38 


Postville... 


WAiiknn 


Miscellaneous.. 




Total 


169 




Appanoose: 

Centerville 


151 
9 
35 
46 

78 


Cincinnati 


Moulton... 


Mystic 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


319 




Audubon: 

Audubon 


87 
44 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


131 




Benton: 

Belle Plaine 


109 

84 
66 


Vinton .. 






Total. 


259 




Blackhawk: 

Cedar Falls 


187 

72 

1,549 

259 


LaPorte City 


Waterloo 






Total- -. 


2,067 




Boone: 

Boone 


495 
95 
82 

187 


Madrid 


Ogden.- 






Total 


859 




Bremer: 

Sumner. . 


63 
33 
123 


Waverly 


Miscellaneous 




Total. 


219 




Buchanan: 


102 
39 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


141 




Buena Vista: 


76 
28 
136 
76 


Sioux Rapids.- 


Storm Lake 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


316 





County and city 



Butler: 

Clarksville 

Greene 

Parkersburg. . 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Calhoun: 

Lake City 

Manson 

Rockwell City. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Carroll: 

Carroll... 

Coon Rapids.. 

Manning 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Cass: 



Anita 

Atlantic 

Griswold 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Cedar: 

Tipton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Cerro Gordo: 

Clear Lake 

Mason City... 
Miscellaneous- 
Total.. 



Cherokee: 

Cherokee 

Marcus 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Chickasaw: 

Nashua 

New Hampton. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Clarke: 

Osceola.. 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Clay: 

Spencer 

Miscellaneous. 



Total- 

Clayton: 

Elkader- -. 

Guttenberg 

McGregor 

Monona.. 

Strawberry Point. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



212 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

IOWA— Continued 



County and city 



Clinton: 

Clinton 

Dewitt 

Miscellaneous.-- 

Total 

Crawford: 

Denison 

Manilla 

Miscellaneous. -- 

Total 

Dallas: 

Adel 

Perry 

Woodward 

Miscellaneous--. 

Total 

Davis: 

Bloomfield 

Miscellaneous.-. 

Total 

Decatur: 

Lamoni 

Leon 

Miscellaneous. -- 

Total 

Delaware: 

Manchester 

Miscellaneous.- - 

Total 

Des Moines: 

Burlington 

West Burlington 
Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Dickinson: 

Spirit Lake 

Miscellaneous. -- 

Total 

Dubuque: 

Cascade.-- - 

Dubuque 

Dyersville 

Miscellaneous. -- 

Total 

Emmet: 

Estherville 

Miscellaneous.-- 

Total-- 

Fayette: 

Fayette... 

Oelwein 

West Union 

Miscellaneous... 

Total. 

Floyd: 

Charles City 

Nora Springs 



Number 
of returns 



936 
138 
123 



1,197 



120 
37 
52 



209 



46 
194 
21 
70 



331 



871 

86 

221 



1,178 



83 



42 

2,087 

78 

305 



2,512 



159 
44 



203 



32 
343 
132 
100 



607 



201 
37 



County and city 



Number 
of returns 



Floyd — C ontinued . 

Rockford 

Miscellaneous. -- 

Total 

Franklin: 

Hampton 

Sheffield 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Fremont: 

Hamburg 

Sidney 

Tabor 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Greene: 

Grand Junction. 

Jefferson 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Grundy: 

Grundy Center. 

Reinbeck 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Guthrie: 

Guthrie Center . 

Panora 

Stuart 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Hamilton: 

Jewell 

Webster City... 
Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Hancock: 

Britt 

Garner 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Hardin: 

Ackley 

Eldora 

Iowa Falls 

Miscellaneous... 

Total- 

Harrison: 

Dunlap... 

Logan 

Missouri Valley. 

Woodbine 

Miscellaneous... 

Total.. 

Henry: 

Mount Pleasant 

New London 

Winfield 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



213 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

IOWA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Howard: 


88 
48 


Lee: 

Fort Madison. 


389 




Keokuk... 


346 






192 


Total .. . 


136 


Total 








927 




79 
61 


Linn: 

Cedar Rapids 




Humboldt: 


2,116 




Marion. 


167 






64 


Total 


140 


Miscellaneous 


301 




Total 




Ida- 


9 

88 
24 


2,648 




Louisa: 

Columbus Junction 




Ida Grove -- 






44 






37 


Total 


121 


M iscellaneous 


37 




Total 






70 
44 
64 


118 




Lucas: 

Chariton . 




Williamsburg . 






141 






35 


Total 


178 










176 


Jackson: 

Bellevue .-. 


45 
104 
58 


Lyon: 

Rock Rapids 








88 




Miscellaneous 


50 




Total 




Total 


207 


138 




Madison: 

Winterset .- 




Jasper: 
Colfax 


74 

12 

220 

35 


83 




Miscellaneous 


54 


Newton . . . 


Total 








137 




Mahaska: 




Total 


341 






28 




201 
56 

257 




283 


Fairfield 




80 


M iscellaneous 


Total 








391 


Total 


Marion: 

Knoxville 










283 
95 


95 


Iowa City 


Melcher 


19 




Pella 


23 






57 


Total - . 


378 










194 


Jones: 

Anamosa 


111 

77 
9 


Marshall: 

Marshalltown 








277 




State Center 


42 






40 


Total 


197 


Total 








359 


Keokuk: 

Keota. ._ 


49 
11 
70 
16 
35 


Mills: 

Qlenwood 








46 


Sigourney 

What Cheer 




41 




55 


Miscellaneous 


Total - 




142 


Total 


181 


Mitchell: 










129 
43 


112 


Algona 


R iceville 


13 






24 




Total 




Total 


172 


149 









214 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

IOWA— Continued 



County and city 



Monona: 

Mapleton 

Onawa -. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Monroe: 

Albia 

Buxton 

Hiteman 

Hocking 

Lovilia 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Montgomery: 

Ked Oak 

Villisca 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 



Muscatine: 

Muscatine 

West Liberty 

WOton Junction- 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



O'Brien: 

Hartley 

Paullina 

Primghar 

Sanborn 

Sheldon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Osceola: 

Sibley 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Page: 

Clarinda 

Shenandoah... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Palo Alto: 

Emmetsburg.. 
West Bend-... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



Plymouth: 

Akron 

Kingsley 

Le Mars 

Remsen 

Miseellaneous- 

Total 



Pocahontas: 

Fonda 

Pocahontas 

Rolfe 

Miscellaneous- 
Total- 



Number 
of returns 



168 



138 
45 
59 
22 
14 
45 



217 
49 
58 



324 



546 
83 
36 
73 



53 
14 
9 
47 
129 
35 



107 



323 



141 
62 



41 
48 
184 



464 



County and city 



Polk: 

Des Moines 

Fort Des Moines. 
Valley Junction.. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Pottawattamie: 

Avoca 

Council Bluffs. 

Oakland 

Walnut 

Miscellaneous-. 



Total. 



Poweshiek: 

Brooklyn 

Qrinnell 

Montezuma.-- 
Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Ringgold: 

Mount Ayr--- 
Miscellaneous- 



Total- 



Sac: 



Odebolt 

Sac City.---... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Scott: 

Bettendorf 

Davenport 

Rockingham.. 
Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Shelby: 

Harlan 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sioux: 

Alton.-- 

Hawarden 

Orange City... 
Rock Valley.. 
Sioux Center.. 
Miscellaneous- 
Total-- 



Story: 

Ames --- 

Nevada 

Story City 

Miscellaneous- 
Total- 



Tama: 

Dysart 

Gladbrook 

Tama 

Toledo- 

Traer 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Number 
of returns 



5,881 

23 

236 

553 



6,693 



1,670 

47 

70 

361 



2,196 



69 
167 

38 
144 



63 



62 
116 
59 



115 

2,246 

86 

211 



2,658 



129 
42 



204 
115 

77 



484 



18 
14 
71 
69 
67 
37 

276 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



215 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, ayid post offices, caleri,dar year 
iS^^— Continued 

IOWA— Continued 



County and city 



Taylor: 

Bedford 

Lenox 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Union: 

Creston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Van Buren: 

Farmington._. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wapello: 

Eddvville 

Eldon 

Ottumwa 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Warren: 

Indianola 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Washington: 

Brighton 

Washington... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wayne: 

AUerton 

Corydon 

Humeston 

Seymour 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



240 

78 



318 



49 



35 



963 
197 



1,281 



109 
34 



29 
174 



153 



County and city 



Webster: 

Fort Dodge.-. 

Lehigh 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Winnebago: 

Forest City.-. 

Lake Mills 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Winneshiek: 

Calmar 

Decorah 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 

Woodbury: 

CorrectionvOle 

Sioux City 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Worth: 

Manly-.. 

Northwood 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Wright: 

Belniond 

Clarion.- 

Dows 

Eagle Grove- - 
MisceIlaneous- 

Total 

State total -- 



KANSAS 



Allen: 

Humboldt ... ... 


74 
191 

5 
28 


Barber: 


58 


lola 




53 


La Harpe 




97 


Miscellaneous 


Total 




208 


Total - 


298 


Barton: 








103 

38 


' 96 


Anderson: 




273 


Oarnett-.- 




158 




Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous.- -- 


127 


Total- 


141 


Total 


654 




-A.tchison: 


450 
30 


Bourbon: 

Fort Scott 


269 






20 




Total-. 




Total 


480 


289 









216 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

KANSAS— Continued 



County and city 



Brown: 

Hiawatha 

Horton 

Miscellaneous- 



Total- 



Butler: 

Augusta 

Douglass 

Eldorado 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Chase; 

Cottonwood FallS- 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Chautauqua: 

Cedarvale 

Sedan 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cherokee: 

Baxter Springs. 

Columbus 

Galena 

Scammon 

Weir._ 

West Mineral.. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total 

Cheyenne: Miscellaneous. 

Clark: 

Ashland 

Miscellaneous 



Total- 



Clay: 



Clay Center... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Cloud: 

Clyde 

Concordia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



CoSey: 

Burlington 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Comanche: 

Coldwater 

Protection 

Miscellaneous- 



Total 



Cowley: 

Arkansas City. 

Winfield 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 



110 

75 



169 

44 

482 

262 



957 



199 
135 



560 
136 



143 
68 



29 
183 

84 



296 



103 



437 

471 

64 



County and city 



Crawford: 

Arcadia 

Arma 

Cherokee 

Croweburg... 

Franklin 

Frontenac 

Girard 

Mulberry 

Pittsburg 

Radley 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Decatur: 

Oberlin 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dickinson: 

.\bilene 

Herington 

Solomon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Doniphan: 

Troy 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Douglas: 

Baldwin City. 

Lawrence 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Edwards: 

Kinsley 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Elk: 

Howard 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Ellis: 

Ellis 

Hays 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Ellsworth: 

Ellsworth 

Wilson 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Finney: 

Garden City.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Ford: 

Dodge City.-- 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



509 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



217 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

KANSAS— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Franklin: 


226 
37 


Kiowa: 

Greensburg 


66 




Miscellaneous 


73 




Total 




Total 


263 


139 




Labette: 

Chetopa 




Gearv: 

Fort Riley 


35 

229 
16 

280 


17 




Oswego -- 


41 




Parsons 


430 




Miscellaneous 


53 


Total 


Total 






541 




85 
39 
37 
103 
12 


Lane: Miscellaneous - . . . 




Graham: Miscellaneous, - 






28 




Leavenworth: 




Greeley: Miscellaneous 






58 




275 
246 




423 


Eureka 


National Military Home 


5 




Miscellaneous. 


43 




Total - 




Total 


521 


529 




Lincoln: 

Lincoln 




Hamilton: 


23 
2 


60 




Miscellaneous 


42 




TotaL - -- 


Total 


25 


112 




Linn: 

La Cvgne 




Harper: 

Anthony 


61 

98 
70 


15 


Harper 


Pleasanton.. . - 


30 




Miscellaneous 


40 




Total 




Total 


229 


85 




Logan: Miscellaneous 




Harvey: 
Halstead 


53 

372 

65 


46 


Lyon 








Miscellaneous 


Emporia 


444 






88 


Total 


490 


Total 






532 




71 
50 


McPherson: 




Hodgeman: Miscellaneous 


78 




92 
35 




169 


Holton 


Miscellaneous 


141 


M iscellaneous 


Total 








388 


Total 


127 


Marion: 










40 
92 


71 


Valley Falls 




46 






133 






74 


Total 


132 




96 




Total - --- 




Jewell: 


35 

51 


420 




Marshall: 




M iscellaneous .. 






41 


Total 


86 


Frankfort 


47 






106 




95 
183 




31 


Olathe . 


Total 






Miscellaneous 


225 








Total 


278 






211 


Kearny: Miscellaneous 


29 


Miami: 






Kingman: 


112 

81 


93 


Paola - 


125 




Miscellaneous 


20 




Total 




Total 


193 


238 









218 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

KANSAS— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Kumber 
of returns 


Mitchell: 

Beloit 


104 
53 


Pottawatomie: 

St. Marys 


55 


Misppllanftoiis . . 


Wamego . 


71 






91 


Total 


157 


Total 






217 


Montgomery: 
Caney 


87 
88 
343 
412 
35 


Pratt: 

Pratt . 






Cherryvale . . .. .. 


146 


Coffey ville . . 


Miscellaneous.. . 


78 


Independence 

M iscellaneous 


Total 




224 




Rawlins: Miscellaneous 




Total- - 


965 


164 




Reno: 

Haven 




Morris: 

Council Grove 


86 
66 




38 




Hutchinson 


579 






64 


Total 


152 


Total 




681 


Morton: 

Elkhart 


38 
9 


Republic: 

Belleville 




-™ 






104 


Total 


47 


Total 




181 


^Jemaha: 

Sabetha 

Seneca 


107 
46 
12 


Rice: 

Lyons 




119 




Sterling 


77 






80 


Total... 


165 


Total 




276 


Neosho: 
' Chanute 


316 
19 
30 


Riley: 

Manhattan 






Erie 


362 


M iscellaneou% 


M iscellaneous. . 


55 




Total 




Total. 


365 


417 




Rooks: Miscellaneous 






82 


58 










98 

51 


180 




Russell: 




M iscellaneous 






115 


Total . - 


149 


Miscellaneous 


108 




Total . 




Osage: 


29 
41 

84 


223 


Saline: 

Salina . 




Osage Citv.. . 




Miscellaneous 


561 






81 


Total 


154 


Total 






642 


Osborne: 

Downs ... . 


21 
44 
34 


Scott: 

Scott Citv 








36 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 


5 




Total 




Total . 


99 


41 




Sedgwick: 

Wichita 




Ottawa: 


52 
63 


3,023 




Miscellaneous 


197 




Total-. - 




Total 


115 


3,220 




Seward: 

Liberal 




Pawnee: 
Lamed 


139 
105 


168 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 


16 




Total 




Total 


244 


184 




Shawnee: 

Topeka 




Phillips: 


55 
43 


2,035 




Miscellaneous 


47 




Total. 




Total.. 


98 


2,082 









STATISTICS OF INCOME 



219 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

KANSAS—Continued 



County and city 



Sheridan: Miscellaneous 

Sherman: 

Goodland 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Smith: 

Smith Center 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Stafford: 

St. John 

Stafford 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Stanton: Miscellaneous- 
Stevens: Miscellaneous. - 

Sumner: 

Caldwell 

(Conway Springs 

Mulvane. 

Wellington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Thomas: 

Colby 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

:3oli 
Icoti 

in: 
Ten 

celli 

3tal 

M 

?gov 
celli 

Hal 

lisc 

Idle; 
ivill 
celli 

3tal 

Mi5 

i: 

lersl 
,s__ 
celli 

3tal 
91073—28 15 



Number 
of returns 



IB? 
23 



91 

84 
51 

226 



34 

22 

252 

90 



101 
109 



County and city 



Trego: 

Wakeeney 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Wabaunsee: Miscellaneous. 
Wallace: Miscellaneous 

Washington: 

Washington.. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Wichita: Miscellaneous. 

Wilson: 

Altoona 

Fredonia 

Neodesha 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Woodson: 

Yates Center. - 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Wyandotte: 

Bonner Springs. 

Rosedale 

Kansas City 

Miscellaneous... 



Total 

State total - 



KENTUCKY 



Adair: Columbia 


8 
16 


Boyd: 




Allen: Scottsville 


917 






69 


Anderson: 


43 
1 


Miscellaneous .- 


5 




Total- 




Miscellaneous ... 


991 




Boyle: 




Total 


44 






295 


Ballard: Miscellaneous 


12 




10 




Total 




Barren: 


90 
9 


305 




Bracken: 




M iscellaneous 






43 


Total-- 


99 




14 




Total 




Bath: Miscellaneous 


27 


57 




Breathitt: 




Bell: 

M iddlesboro .._ 


227 
99 
37 


32 


Pine ville 




3 




Total 






35 


Total 


363 


Breckinridge: 








Boone: Miscellaneous... 


54 


21 






22 


Bourbon: 

Millersburg 


14 

390 

11 


Total 




43 


Paris 


Bullitt: Miscellaneous 




M iscellaneous. 


26 




Butler: Miscellaneous- - 




Total.. 


415 


5 









220 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

KENTUCKY— Continued 



County and city 


Number ' 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Caldwell: 


83 
10 


Fayette: 

Lexington 


2,126 




Miscellaneous .. 


14 




Total 




Total 


93 


2,140 




Fleming: 

Flemingsburg 




Calloway: 


46 
3 


23 




Miscellaneous. 


9 




Total 




Total 


49 


32 




Floyd: 

Prestonsburg. 




Campbell: 
Bellevue*. 


341 
294 
604 
1,286 
63 


3J 




Wayland. _ 


li 


Fort Thomas 


Weeksbury. 






Miscellaneous.. 


53 




Total 






103 


Total 


2,588 


Franklin: 

Frankfort 










2 
5 


354 




Miscellaneous 


3 




Total 






357 




7 


Fulton: 

Fulton .. .. 








Carroll" 


41 
12 


91 




Hickman 


41 




Miscellaneous.. 


2 




Total 




Total 


53 


134 




Gallatin: Miscellaneous .. 






15 
20 


11 


niivA TTill 


Garrard: 

Lancaster 




Miscellaneous .. . 








Total 


35 


32 






g 


Casey: Miscellaneous 


6 


Total 








40 


Christian: 


255 
37 


Grant : Miscellaneous 




30 




Graves: 

Mayfield 








Total 


292 


206 






6 


Clark: 


393 

r 


Total 




212 




Grayson: 








Total 


400 


14 






12 


Clay* Miscellaneous 


15 


Total 








26 




25 
5 


• Green: Miscellaneous 




Crittenden: 


5 




Greenup: 

Greenup 








Total 


30 


20 






136 


Cumberland: Miscellaneous 


3 




38 


Total 




Daviess: 


456 

^ 

473 


194 


Owensboro 






Miscellaneous 


14 




Hardin: 




Total.-. ---- 






12 


52 


Edmonson : Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 


16 


Elliott: Miscellaneous.. 


1 


Total 


68 


Estill: 


51 
63 


Harlan: 

Harlan... 






141 




Miscellaneous. 


292 




Total 




Total 


121 


433 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



221 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

KENTUCKY— Continued 



County and city 



Harrison: 

Cynthiana 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Hart: Miscellaneous . 



Henderson: 

Henderson 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Henry: 

Eminence 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Hickman: 

Clinton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



Hopkins: 

Dawson Springs. 

Earlington 

Madisonville 

Mortons Gap 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Jackson: Miscellaneous. 

Jefferson: 

Louisville 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Jessamine: 

Nicholasville.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Johnson: 

Paintsville 

Van Lear 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Kenton: 

Covington 

Ludlow 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 



120 
13 



133 



33 
44 
167 
2 
11 



13,283 
303 



13, 586 



85 



2,825 
235 
102 



3,162 



Knott: Miscellaneous 


15 


Knox: 

Barbourville _ 


35 


Miscellaneous . 


9 






Total 


44 






Larue: 

Hodgenville ... 


20 


Miscellaneous 


2 






Total 


22 







County and city 



Laurel: 

London 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lawrence: 

Louisa 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lee: 

Beattyville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Leslie: Miscellaneous 

Letcher: 

Jenkins 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lewis: 

Vanceburg. _ . 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Lincoln: 

Stanford 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Livingston: Miscellaneous 

Logan: 

Russellville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lyon: 

Eddyville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

McCracken: 

Paducah 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

McCreary: Miscellaneous. 
McLean: Miscellaneous... 

Madison: 

Berea 

Richmond 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Magoffin: Miscellaneous.. 

Marion: 

Lebanon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Marshall: Miscellaneous.. 
Martin: Miscellaneous 



222 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 

distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

KENTUCKY— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Mason: 


216 
12 




2 


Rockcastle: Miscellaneous 


26 




Rowan: Miscellaneous 


22 






1 




228 


Scott: 

Georgetown 










7 
1 


187 




Miscellaneous 


6 




Total -- 




Mercer: 


101 
11 


193 


Shelby: 










110 


Total 


112 


Miscellaneous - 


6 




Total — - 






1 
3 

157 
11 


116 




Simpson: Franklin 






32 




Spencer: Miscellaneous 


10 






36 




70 

8 

66 

22 


Todd: 

Elkton 




Muhlenberg: 

Central City - --- 






9 




Miscellaneous 


20 




Total 










29 




166 








16 


Nelson: 


68 
28 




3 


Union: 










14 




86 


Sturgis 


41 






16 


Nicholas: 


30 
1 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


3 






Miscellaneous - 


74 


Total 


31 


Warren: 






289 




32 


Miscellaneous 


16 




Total 




Oldham: 


32 
38 


305 


Washington: Springfield 










44 






13 




70 


Webster: 

Providence --- 




Total . - 










18 


41 






2 


Pendleton: 


21 
16 




19 


Total- — 








M iscellaneous 


62 


Total --- 


37 


Whitley: 

Corbin 






89 


Perry: 


157 
84 




61 


Miscellaneous.- 


21 




Total - 






171 




241 






Total 






7 




5 
85 
167 


Woodford: 

Versailles --- 




Pike: 

Hellier 






101 




Miscellaneous -- 


43 


Total - 


257 


Total 


144 




2 


State total -- - 


32, 821 








Pulaski: 


36 
110 

4 
















Total - - 


150 









STATISTICS OF INCOME 



223 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

LOUISIANA 



County and city 



Acadia: 

Crowley 

Rayne 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Allen: 

Elizabeth 

Kinder 

Oakdale 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Ascension: 

Donaldsonville 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Assumption: 

Napoleonville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Avoyelles: 

Bunkie 

Marksville 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Beaureguard: 

De Ridder 

Ludington 

Merry ville 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total... 

Bienville: 

Arcadia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Bossier: 

Bossier 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Caddo: 

Cedar Grove 

Oil City 

Shreveport. 

Vivian 

Miscellaneous. 

Total... 

Calcasieu: 

De Quincy 

Ged 

Lake Charles 

Sulphur 

Vinton 

Westlake 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Caldwell: Miscellaneous 
Cameron: Miscellaneous 



Number 
of returns 



200 
83 



372 



161 



119 



135 



133 
4 
25 
15 



177 



37 
126 



163 



52 

49 

4,312 

65 

503 



4,981 



82 
9 
726 
45 
85 
12 
24 



County and city 



Catahoula: 

Jones ville 

Miscellaneous... 

Total. 

Claiborne: 

Haynesville 

Homer 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Concordia: 

Ferriday 

Vidalia 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

De Soto: 

Mansfield 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

East Baton Rouge: 

Baton Rouge 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

East Carroll: 

Lake Providence, 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

East Feliciana: 

Jackson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Evangeline: 

ViUe Platte 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Franklin: 

Winnsboro 

MisceUaneous 

Total. 

Grant: 

Colfax 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Iberia: 

Jeanerette 

New Iberia 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Iberville: 

Bayou Gcula 

Plaquemine 

White Castle 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



224 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

LOUISIANA— Continued 



County and city 



Jackson: 

Eros 

Miscellaneous 

Total , 

Jefferson: 

Gretna 

Kenner 

McDonogh ville 

Westwego 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Jefferson Davis: 

Jennings 

lyake Arthur. 

Welsh 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

liafayette: 

Lafayette 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

liS Fcurche: 

Matthews.- 

Thibodaux 

Miscellaneous 

Tctal 

La Salle: Miscellaneous 

Lincoln: 

Ruston 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Livingston: Miscellaneous. 

Madison: 

Tallulah 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Morehouse: 

Bastrop. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Natchitoches: 

Natchitoches 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Orleans: 

New Orleans 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ouachita: 

Monroe 

West Monroe 

M iscellaneous 

Total --.. 

Plaquemine: Miscellaneous 



Number 
of returns 



80 
32 
37 
20 
100 



269 



207 



315 

48 



363 



1 
134 
85 



126 



192 
29 



100 

27 



156 
60 



216 



101 
66 



167 



19, 430 
679 



20, 109 



1,015 
78 
144 



1,237 



County and city 



Pointe Coupee: 

New Roads 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rapides: 

Alexandria 

Bcyce 

Glenracra 

Lv^compte 

Pineville 

Miscellaneous 

Tctal 

Red River: Miscellaneous.. 

Richland: 

Alto 

Ray ville 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Sabine: 

Fisher 

Reason 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

St. Bernard: Miscellaneous 
St. Charles: Miscellaneous. 
St. Helena: Miscellaneous.. 

St. James: 

Lutcher 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

St. John the Baptist: 

Gary ville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

St. Landry: 

Eunice 

Opelousas 

Washington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

St. Martin: 

Breaux Bridge 

St. Martinville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

St. Mary: 

Berwick 

Franklin 

Morgan City 

Patterson.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

St. Tammany: 

Covington 

Madison ville 

Mandeville 

Slidell 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



225 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

LOUISIANA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Tangipahoa: 

Amite .. 


47 

200 

11 

16 

102 


Vernon— Continued . 

M iscellaneous 






57 




Total - - 








172 




Washington: 

Bogalusa 








Total 


376 


254 






33 




62 


Total 






287 


Terrebonne: 

Houma . . 


116 
36 


Webster: 

Minden 








210 






112 


Total 


152 


Total 






322 


TTr,,VT.. A/r;c^«llo.,n^,io 


48 


West Baton Rouge: Miscellaneous 






57 
27 




88 
36 
47 




West Feliciana: Miscellaneous 


39 




Winn: 




Miscellaneous 






96 


Total 


171 


M iscellaneous 


6 




Total 






19 
96 


102 




State total 






38, 996 









MAINE 



Androscoggin: 

Auburn 

East Livermore 

Lewiston 

Lisbon. 

Mechanic Falls. 

Poland 

Turner 

Webster 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Aroostook: 

Ashland 

Blaine 

Bridgewater 

Caribou 

Eagle Lake 

Easton 

Fort Fairfield. - 

Fort Kent 

Frenchville 

Grand Isle 

Houlton 

Island Falls 

Limestone 

Madawaska 

Mapleton 

Mars nill 

Monticello 

Oakfleld 

Presque Isle 

St. Agatha 

Sherman 

Stockholm 

Van Buren 

Washburn 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Cumberland: 

Bridgton.. 

Brunswick 



811 

91 

i, 110 

62 

53 

20 

8 

19 

4 



2,178 



18 

4 

27 

207 

8 

43 

184 

52 

3 

1 

236 

8 

46 

3 

10 

52 

27 

7 

253 

1 

5 

3 

40 

14 

47 



1,299 



55 
292 



Cumberland— Continued. 

Cape Elizabeth 

Cumberland 

Freeport 

Gorham 

Gray 

Harpswell 

New Gloucester 

Portland 

Scarborough 

South Portland 

Standish _ 

Westbrook 

Windham 

Yarmouth 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Franklin: 

Farmington 

Jay 

Phillips 

Rangeley 

Wilton.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hancock: 

Bar Harbor 

Blue Hill. 

Brooksville 

Bucksport - - 

Deer Isle.- 

Ellsworth 

Gouldsboro 

Mount Desert 

Stonington 

Tremont 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



80 
14 
53 
32 
12 
6 
12 
4,360 
34 

414 
8 

281 
37 
57 
59 



120 
14 
16 
48 
65 

106 



369 



193 
14 

1 
31 

6 
91 

4 
62 
14 
34 
120 



570 



226 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

MAINE— Continued 



County and city 



Kennebec: 

Augusta 

Benton 

China 

Clinton 

Gardiner 

Hallowell 

Monmouth 

Oakland 

Vassalboro 

Water ville 

Winslow 

Winthrop 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Knox: 

Camden 

Rockland 

Rockport 

St. George 

Thomaston 

Union 

Vinalhaven 

Warren 

Mlscellaneous- 



Total. 



Lincoln: 

Boothbay 

Boothbay Harbor- 
Bristol 

Waldoboro--- 

Wiscasset 

Miscellaneous 



Total- 



Oxford: 

Bethel 

Dixfleld 

Fryeburg 

Mexico :.. 

Norwav-. 

Oxford- - 

Paris 

Rumford 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Penobscot: 

Bangor 

Brewer 

Corinna 

Dexter--- -.- 

East Millinocket- 

Enfield 

Hampden 

Lincoln -. 

Milford 

Millinocket 

Newport 

Old Town 

Orono 

Orrington- 

Patten 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Piscataquis: 

Brownville 

Dover- Foxcroft- 

Oreen ville 

Guilford 

Milo -. 

Monson , 



Number 
of returns 



742 
4 
5 

18 
220 
55 
6 
59 
22 
755 



2,024 



123 
315 
24 
12 
66 
9 
19 
16 
16 



51 
22 
36 
59 
62 
17 
73 
297 
87 



1,393 

117 

15 

77 

45 

6 

11 

49 

8 

197 

25 

127 

72 

3 

15 

59 



2,219 



County and city 



Number 
of returns 



Plscataquis^Continued 

Sangerville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sagadahoc: 

Bath 

Bowdoinham 

Richmond 

Topsham 

Miscellaneous 

Total --- 

Somerset: 

Anson 

Bingham.-- -- 

Fairfield 

Hartland--- 

Madison 

Norridgewock 

Pittsfield 

Skowhegan 

Solon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Waldo: 

Belfast- -. 

Searsport 

Stockton Springs— - 

Winterport 

]M iscellaneous- 

Total 

Washington: 

Baileyville 

Calais 

Cherryfield 

Danforth 

East Machias- 

Eastport . — 

Harrington '---. 

Jonesport 

Lubec 

Machias - 

Machiasport - 

Millbridge 

Pembroke 

Perry 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

York: 

Berwick 

Biddeford 

Buxton 

Eliot 

Hollis 

Kennebunk 

Kennebunkport 

Kittery. 

Lebanon 

North Berwick 

Old Orchard 

Parsonsfield 

Saco -- 

Sanford 

South Berwick 

Wells 

York- 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

State total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 227 

Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

MARYLAND 



County and city 



Allegany: 

Cumberland... 

Frostburg 

Lonaconing 

Mount Savage. 

Western port 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total - 



Anne Arundel: 

Annapolis 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

City of Baltimore. 

Baltimore: 

Catonsville 

Towson 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Calvert: Miscellaneous. 



Caroline: 

Denton 

Federalsburg.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Carroll: 

Union Bridge. 
Westminster.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cecil: 

Elkton.. 

North East... 
Port Deposit.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



C h arles : M iscell aneous . 

Dorchester: 

Cambridge 

Hurlock 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Frederick: 

Brunswick 

Frederick 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Garrett: 

Oakland 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Harford: 

Aberdeen. 

Belair 

Havre de Qrqce. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 



1,619 
141 
57 
47 
62 
108 



2,034 



677 
431 



1,108 



40,062 



556 

297 

1,592 



2,445 
33 



44 
200 
195 



128 
28 
47 

225 



197 
13 
35 



108 
593 
210 



106 
90 
152 
233 

581 



County and city 



Howard: 

Ellicott City.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Kent: 

Chestertown.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Montgomery: 

Rockville 

Takoma Park. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Prince George: 

Capitol Heights. 

Hyattsville 

Laurel 

Mount Rainier.. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Queen Anne: 

Centerville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total, 

St. Marys: M iscellaneous . 

Somerset: 

Crisfield 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Talbot: 

Easton 

St;,. Michaels.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Washington: 

Boonsboro 

Hagerstown... 
Williamsport.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Wicomico: 

Salisbury 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Worcester: 

Berlin 

Pocomoke City. 

Snow Hill 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Miscellaneous fdr the State: 
Foreign 

From other districts 



State total. 



228 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

MASSACHUSETTS 



County and city 



Barnstable: 

Barnstable -- 

Bourne 

Chatham 

Dennis 

Falmouth 

Harwich 

Orleans 

Pro vinceto wn 

Sandwich. 

Yarmouth 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Berkshire: 

Adams. 

Cheshire 

Clarksburg 

Dalton.- 

Great Barrington. 

Hinsdale. 

Lanesborough 

Lee 

Lenox 

New Marlborough 

North Adams 

Pittsfield 

Sheffield 

Stockbridge 

West Stockbridge. 

Williamsto wn 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bristol: 

Acushnet 

Attleboro 

Dartmouth 

Dighton 

Easton... 

Fairhaven 

Fall River 

Freetown. 

Mansfield 

New Bedford 

North Attleboro. - 

Norton 

Raynham 

Rehoboth. 

Seekonk 

Somerset.. 

Swansea 

Taunton 

West port 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dukes: 

Edgartown 

Oak BluSs 

Tisbury 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Essex: 

Amesbury.. 

Andover 

Beverly 

Danvers.. 

Essex 

Georgetown 

Gloucester 

Qroveland 

Hamilton 

Haverhill 



Number 
of returns 



342 
170 
76 
50 
248 
94 
59 
97 
62 
67 
60 



1,325 



338 

31 

2 

168 

274 

17 

38 

178 

134 

7 

912 

2,560 

44 

159 

9 

253 

45 



5,169 



35 

1,163 

207 

81 

186 

372 

3,473 

35 

275 

3,643 

474 

110 

43 

10 

32 

98 

84 

1,418 

56 

6 



11,801 



159 



500 

738 
1,309 

512 
47 
57 

883 
55 

144 
2,715 



County and city 



Essex — Continued. 

Ipswich... .- 

Lawrence 

Lynn 

Lynnfleld... 

Manchester. 

Marblehead 

Merrimac 

Methuen.. 

Middleton 

Nahant 

Newbury 

Newbury port 

North Andover... 

Peabody 

Rockport 

Rowley 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Saugus 

Swampscott 

Wenham 

West Newbury — 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Franklin: 

Buckland.. 

Colrain 

Deerfield.. 

Erving 

Greenfield 

Montague 

Northfleld 

Orange... ... 

Shelburne... 

Sunderland 

Whately 

M iscellaneous 

Total.- 

Hampden: 

Agawam 

Chester 

Chicopee 

East Longmeadow 

Holyoke 

Longmeadow 

Ludlow 

Monson 

Palmer 

Russell 

Southwick . 

Springfield 

Westfleld 

West Springfield.. 

Wilbraham 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Hampshire: 

Amherst 

Belchertown 

Easthamptoq 

Hadley 

Hatfield 

Huntington 

Northampton 

South Hadley 

Ware 

Williamsburg 

M iscellaneous 

Total , 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



223 



Table 11. _.. 

distributed by 

1926— Continued 



■Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
tinued 



MASSACHUSETTS— Continued 



County and city 



Middlesex: 

Acton 

Arlington 

Ashland 

Aver 

Bedford 

Belmont 

Billerica 

Cambridge 

Chelmsford 

Concord 

Dracut 

Everett 

Framingham 

Groton 

Holliston 

Hopkinton 

Hudson 

Lexington 

Lincoln 

Littleton 

Lowell- 

Maiden 

Marlborough.—. 

Maynard 

Medford , 

Melrose 

Natick 

Newton 

North Reading. 

Pepperell 

Reading 

Sherborn 

Shirley 

Somerville 

Stoneham 

Stow. 

Sudbury 

Tewksbury 

Townsend 

Tyngsborough.. 

Wakefield 

Waltham. 

Watertown 

Wayland 

Westford 

Weston 

Wilmington 

Winchester 

Woburn 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Nantucket: Nantucket- 



Norfolk: 

Avon 

Bellingham. 

Braintree 

Brookline... 

Canton 

Cohasset 

Dedham 

Foxborough. 

Franklin 

Holbrook 

Medfield 

Med way 

Millis- 

Milton 

Needham... 

Norfolk 

Norwood 

Plain ville 

Quincy 

Randolph. .- 
Sharon 



Number 
of returns 



123 

2,661 

107 

156 

102 

2,061 

181 

7,104 

192 

586 

62 

1,580 

1,286 

163 

110 

97 

310 

727 

114 

65 

3,307 

2,747 

532 

219 

3,102 

2,169 

641 

7,384 

22 

90 

671 

47 

42 

6,386 

508 

40 

54 

39 

36 

18 

817 

1,570 

2,076 

141 

77 

307 

125 

1,562 

836 

53 



County and city 



53, 405 



195 



52 

34 
813 
8,807 
356 
275 
860 
146 
347 
117 

79 
104 

68 

1,486 

768 

45 
744 

46 

3,849 

224 

224 



Norfolk — C ontinued. 

Stoughton 

Walpole... 

Wellesley 

West wood 

We^'mouth 

Wrentham 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Plymouth: 

Abington 

Bridgewater 

Brockton. 

Duxbury 

East Bridgewater.. 

Hanover 

Hanson 

Hingham 

Hull 

Kingston 

Lakeville 

Marion 

Marshfield 

Mattapoisett 

Middleborough 

Norwell 

Pembroke 

Plymouth 

Rochester 

Rockland.-. 

Scituate 

Wareham 

West Bridgewater. 

Whitman 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Suffolk: 

Boston 

Chelsea 

Revere... 

Winthtop 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Worcester: 

Ashburnham. 

Athol 

Auburn 

Barre 

Blackstone 

Brookfield. 

Carlton 

Clinton 

Douglas 

Dudley 

Fitchburg 

Gardner 

Grafton 

Hardwick 

Harvard 

Holden-... 

Hopedale 

Hubbardston 

Lancaster 

Leicester.- 

Leominster 

Lunenburg 

Milford 

Millbury 

Millville , 

Northboro 

Northbridge 

North Brookfield. 



230 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and -post offices, calendar year 
/£>^e— Continued 

MASSACHUSETTS— Continued 



County and city 



Worcester— Continued. 

Oxford. 

Rutland 

Shrewsbury. _ 

Southboro 

Southbridge 

Spencer 

Sterling 

Sturbridge 

Sutton 

Templeton.. 

Upton 

Uxbridge 

Warren 



Number 
of returns 



93 

53 

226 

136 

456 

202 

34 

22 

27 

79 

26 

206 

72 



County and city 



W orcester — C on tin ued 

Webster 

Westboro 

West Boylston 

West Brookfleld... 

Westminster 

Winchendon 

Worcester 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

State total 



MICHIGAN 



Alcona: Miscellaneous. 



Alger: 

Munising 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Allegan: 

Allegan. 

Otsego 

Plain well 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Alpena: 

Alpena 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Antrim: 

Mancelona 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Arenac: Miscellaneous. 



L'Anse 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Barry: 

Hastings 

Nashville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Bay: 



Bay City 

Essexville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Benzie: 

Frankfort 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



120 
20 



140 



130 
83 
80 

130 



423 



385 
9 



394 



102 
50 



22 
120 
36 



178 



145 
29 
56 



230 



1,520 
32 
50 



1,602 



93 



Berrien: 

Benton Harbor. 
Berrien Springs. 

Buchanan 

Niles 

New Buffalo 

St. Joseph. 

Three Oaks 

Watervliet 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Branch: 

Bronson 

Coldwater 

Quincy.- 

Union City 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Calhoun: 

Albion 

Battle Creek-. 
Homer 

Marshall 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Cass: 



Cassopolis 

Dowagiac 

Marcellus 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Charlevoix: 

Boyne City... 

Charlevoix 

East Jordan... 
Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Cheboygan: 

Cheboygan... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Chippewa: 

Sault Ste. Marie. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



140 
46 



186 



320 
24 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



231 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1936— Continued 

MICHIGAN— Continued 



County and city- 



Clare: 

Clare 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Clinton: 

Ovid 

St. Johns 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Crawford: 

Grayling- 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Delta: 

Escanaba 

Gladstone 

Wells 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Dickinson: 

Iron Mountain. 

Norway 

Vulcan 

Miscellaneous. - 



Total. 



Eaton: 

Bellevue 

Charlotte 

Eaton Rapids. 
Grand Ledge- 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Emmet: 

Harbor SpringS- 

Pellston 

Petoskey -_. 

Miscellaneous... 



Total - 



Genesee: 

Clio 

Fenton 

Flint 

Flushing 

Mount Morris- 
Miscellaneous-. 



Total - 



Gladwin: 

Gladwin. 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Gogebic: 

Anvil location. 

Bessemer 

Ironwood 

Wakefield 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Number 
of returns 



53 



25 
110 
31 



166 



520 
110 

17 
39 



686 



620 
95 
18 
20 



21 
160 

92 
110 

51 



74 

17 

260 

28 



379 



50 
101 
5,931 
42 
53 
161 



6,338 



29 
138 
623 
52 
58 



County and city 



Grand Traverse: 
Traverse City- 
Miscellaneous- 

Total-- 

Gratiot: 

Alma-- -- 

Ithaca 

St. Louis 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Hillsdale: 

Hillsdale 

Jonesville 

Reading 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Houghton: 

Atlantic Mine 

Baltic 

Calumet 

Chassell 

Dollar Bay 

Hancock 

Houghton 

Hubbell 

Kearsarge 

Lake Linden.. 

Laurium- 

Painesdale 

South Range.. 
Trimountain.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total-- 

Huron: 

Bad Axe. 

Harbor Beach. 

Sebewaing 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Ingham: 

East Lansing. 

Lansing 

Leslie 

Mason 

Williamston.- 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Ionia: 

Belding 

Ionia 

Lake Odessa- . 

Lyons 

Portland 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Iosco: 

East Tawas... 
Tawas City... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total -. 



232 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

MICHIGAN— Continued 



County and city 



Iron: 

Amasa 

Caspian-- 

Crystal Falls— 

Iron River 

Stambaugh 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Isabella: 

Mount Pleasant - 
Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Jackson: 

Jackson 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Kalamazoo: 

Kalamazoo 

Vicksburg 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Kalkaska: 

Kalkaska 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Kent: 

Cedar Springs- 
Grand Rapids. 

Lowell 

Rockford 

Sparta 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Keweenaw: 

Mohawk 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Lake: Miscellaneous. 

Lapeer: 

Almont. 

Imlay City 

Lapeer 

Miscellaneous 



Number 
of returns 



30 
95 
200 
45 
19 



398 



145 
54 



2,580 
148 



40 
152 



33 

13, 780 
90 
80 
51 
105 



14, 139 



43 



34 
63 
140 
134 



Total 


371 








38 






Lenawee: 


50U 


Blissfield 


45 




32 




73 




42 


Tecumseh 


95 




121 






Total 


908 






Livingston: 


49 




163 




75 






Total 


287 







County and city 



Luce: 

Newberry 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Mackinac: 

St. Ignace 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Macomb: 

Halfway 

Mount Clemens- 
New Baltimore-. 

Richmond 

Romeo 

Roseville 

Miscellaneous.-- 



Total- 



Manistee: 

Arcadia 

Manistee 

Miscellaneous- 



Total- 



Marquette: 
Champion- 
Ishpeming- 
Marquette. 
Negaunee.. 
Republic... 







Total 


1,127 






Mason: 

Ludington .. 


280 


Scottville ... 


22 




3 






Total 


305 






Mecosta: 

Big Rapids 


140 




40 






Total 


180 






Menominee: 


15 




360 




36 






Total 


411 






Midland: 

Midland .. 


281 




21 






Total 


302 








30 






Monroe: 

D undee 


16 




800 




70 






Total 


886 






Montcalm: 


40 


Greenville. 


160 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



233 



1. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
ited by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
Continued 



Table 1 _ 

distributed by 

1926— Continued 



MICHIGAN— Continued 



County and city 



Montcalm — Continued. 

Howard City 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Muskegon: 

Montague 

Muskegon. -._ 

Muskegon Heights- 
Whitehall --.- 

Miscellaneous 



Total..- - 

Montmorency: Miscellaneous - 

Newaygo: 

Fremont 

Newaygo 

Miscellaneous - 



Total. 



Oakland: 

Berkley 

Birmingham--- 

Clawson 

Farmington 

Ferndale 

Holly 

Milford..- 

Orion 

Oxford 

Pleasant Ridge. 

Pontiac 

Rochester. 

Royal Oak 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Oceana: 

Hart 

Pentwater 

Shelby. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Ogemaw: 

West Branch.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Ontonagon: 

Greenland 

Ontonagon 

Rockland 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



Osceola: 

Evart 

Reed City 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Oscoda: Miscellaneous. 
Otsego; Oaylord 



Ottawa: 

Coopersville.. 
Grand Haven. 
Holland 



Number 
of returns 



21 
123 



20 

1,415 

660 

42 

35 



2,172 



32 

1,040 

45 

202 

566 

78 

91 

71 

90 

140 

2,250 

200 

1,410 

108 



6,323 



143 



28 
320 
670 



County and city 



Ottawa — Continued. 

Spring Lake 

Zeeland 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Presque Isle: 

Onaway 

Rogers City.. 
Miscellaneous- 



Total 

Roscommon: Miscellaneous. 



Saginaw: 

Carrollton 

Chesaning 

Saginaw 

St. Charles.. - 
Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



St. Clair: 

Algonac 

Marine City.. 

Marysville 

Port Huron.. - 

St. Clair 

Yale 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



St. Joseph: 

Constantine.- 

Sturgis 

Three Rivers.. 
Miscellaneous- 

Total.. 



Sanilac: 

Croswell 

Marlette 

Sandusky 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Schoolcraft: 

Manistique 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Vassar.- 

MiscellaneouS- 



Total- 



Van Buren: 
Bangor.. 
Decatur- 
Hartford. 



Shiawassee: 


25 


Durand .- ... 


98 


Owosso 


430 


Miscellaneous. ... .. 


82 






Total 


635 






Tuscola: 

Caro 


100 


Cass City 


40 



234 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 

distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

MICHIGAN— Continued 



County and city 



Van Buren— Continued. 

Lawton _ 

Paw Paw 

South Haven 

Miscellaneous. - 



Total. 



Washtenaw: 

Ann Arbor 

Chelsea 

Manchester... 

Milan.. 

Saline 

Ypsilanti 

Miscellaneous - 



Total. 



Wayne: 

Brightmoor. 
Dearborn... 

Detroit 

Ecorse 

Eloise 



Number 
of returns 



30 
100 
172 

48 



477 



1,650 
60 
30 
70 
61 
610 
36 



2,517 



28 

740 

92, 775 

240 

1 



County and city 



Wayne— Continued. 

Fordson (formerly Springwells) 

Grosse He 

Grosse Pointe 

Hamtramck 

Highland Park 

Lincoln Park 

North ville 

Plymouth 

River Rouge 

Trenton. 

Wayne 

Wyandotte. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Wexford: 

Cadillac 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

State total. 



Number 
of returns 



582 
80 

1,600 
580 

2,650 
120 
230 
300 
490 
210 
240 

1,020 
206 



102, 092 



320 
11 



331 



176, 804 



MINNESOTA 



Aitkin: 

Aitkin 

Miscellaneous - 



Total. 



Anoka: 

Anoka 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Becker: 

Detroit Lakes. 

Fra/.ee. 

Miscellaneous- 



Total - 



Beltrami: 

Bemidji 

Miscellaneous. 



Total- 



Benton: 

Sauk Rapids.. 
Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Big Stone: 

Qraceville 

Orton ville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Blue Earth: 

Lake Crystal.. 

Mankato 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



3rown: 

New Ulm... 
Sleepy Eye. 
Springfield.. 



83 



136 
21 
30 



204 
31 



133 



11 

578 

34 



623 



204 
43 

51 



Brown — Continued. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Carlton: 

Cloquet 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Carver: 

Chaska 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cass: 

Cass Lake 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Chippewa: 

Montevideo--- 
MiscellaneouS- 



19 

317 



228 
92 



320 



140 



122 



105 
50 



Total 


155 








108 






Clay: 


37 




204 




102 






Total . 


343 






Clearwater' Miscellaneous 


32 


Cook: Miscellaneous.- 


9 


Cottonwood: 


21 




68 




34 






Total 


123 







STATISTICS OF INCOME ZC>5 

Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

MINNESOTA— Continued 



County and city 



Crow Wing: 

Brainerd 

Crosby 

Ironton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dakota: 

Farmington...... 

Hastings 

South St. Paul... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dodge: 

Kasson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Douglas: 

Ale.xandria 

Osakis 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Fairibault". 

Blue Earth 

Wells 

Winnebago 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Fillmore: 

Chatfleld 

Lanesboro 

Preston 

Rushford 

Spring Valley 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Freeborn: 

Albert Lea 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Goodhue: 

Cannon Falls 

Kenyon. 

Red Wing 

Zumbrota 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Grant: Miscellaneous 

Hennepin: 

Edina 

Excelsior 

Hopkins 

Minneapolis 

Richfield 

Robbinsdale 

St. Louis Park... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



221 

77 
37 
47 



382 



27 

74 

306 

94 



112 
28 
32 



172 



228 



189 



3C4 
75 



26 
37 
323 
41 
CI 



6 
113 
114 
24, 790 
13 
98 
16 
221 



County and city 



Houston: 

Caledonia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Hubbard: 

Akeley 

Park Rapids.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Isanti: 

Cambridge 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 

Itasca: 

Bovey 

Coleraine 

Deer River 

Grand Rapids 

Nashwauk 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Jackson: 

Jackson 

Lakefleld 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Kanabec: 

Mora 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Kandiyohi: 

WUlmar 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 

Kittson: 

Hallock 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Koochiching: 

International Falls 
Miscellaneous. 

Total-. 

Lac qui Parle: 

Dawson 

Madison 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Lake: 

Two Harbors.. 
Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Lake of the Woods 

Baudette 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 









261 








26 




24 








50 






Us . . . 


204 




36 








240 








52 




42 




19 








113 








170 




4 








174 



91073—28- 



16 



236 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

MINNESOTA— Continued 



County and city 



Le Sueur: 

Le Sueur 

Montgomery 

New Prague. 

Waterville 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Lincoln: Miscellaneous 

Lyon: 

Marshall 

Tracy - 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

McLeod: 

Glencoe 

Hutchinson 

M iscellaneous 

Total. 

Mahnomen: 

Mahnomen - 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Marshall: 

Warren 

M iscellaneous 

Total- 

Martin: 

Fairmont 

Miscellaneous 

Total -. 

Meeker: 

Litchfield 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Mille Lacs: 

Milaca 

Princeton 

M iscella neous 

Total- 

Morrison: 

Little Falls 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Mower: 

Austin.- 

M iscellaneous 

Total-- -.-. 

Murray: 

Slayton 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Nicollet: 

St. Peter 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



111 
92 

78 



201 



187 i 
102 i 



169 



84 



136 
53 



189 



357 
76 



County and city 



Nobles: 

Adrian--. 

Worthington 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Norman: 

Ada -- 

M iscellaneous 

Total.. 

Olmsted: 

Rochester.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ottartail: 

Fergus Falls 

Pelican Rapids 

Perham 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pennington: 

Thief River Falls. 
M iscellaneous 

Total 

Pine: 

Pine City 

Sandstone 

Miscellaneous 

Total-- 

Pipestone: 

Pipestone-- 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Polk: 

Crookston 

East Grand Forks 

Fosston 

M iscellaneous 

Total - 

Pope: 

Glenwood 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ramsey: 

North St. Paul.... 

St. Paul 

White Bear Lake- 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Red Lake: 

Red Lake Falls-.. 
Miscellaneous 

Total-- 

Redwood: 

Redwood J'alls 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



237 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1936— Continned 

MINNESOTA— Continued 



County and city 



Renville: 

Fairfax 

Olivia -- 

Renville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Rice: 

Faribault 

Northfleld 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Reck: 

Luverne 

M iscellaneous - . 

Total 

Roseau: 

Roseau 

Warroad 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

St. Louis: 

Aurora. 

Biwabik 

Buhl 

Chisholm 

Duluth 

Ely.... 

Eveleth 

Gilbert 

Hibbing 

Kinney 

Mountain Iron 

Proctor. 

Tower 

Virginia 

Miscellaneous 

Tctal 

Scott: 

Belleplaine 

Jordan 

Shakopee 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Sherburne: Miscellaneous 

Sibley: 

Winthrop 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Stearns: 

Melrose 

Paynesville 

St. Cloud 

Sauk Center 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Steele: 

Blooming Prairie 

Owatonna 

M iscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



10 
72 

44 
145 



306 
162 
18 



486 



102 
37 



139 



24 

29 

204 

5,136 

170 

306 

49 

816 

5 

6 

170 

26 

444 

19 



7,432 



120 



27 
102 



129 



34 
37 

544 
75 

136 



18 
196 
16 



County and city 



Stevens: 

Morris 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Swift: 

Appleton 

Benson 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Todd: 


42 




63 


Miscellaneous . 


56 






Total 


161 






Traverse: 


23 




50 


Miscellaneous . . 


14 






Total 


87 






Wabasha: 

Lake City 


93 


Plain vie w 


24 




42 


Miscellaneous. . 


65 






Total 


224 






Wadena: 

Wadena . 


95 




22 






Total 


117 






Waseca: 


22 


Waseca. 


109 


Miscellaneous 


29 


Total 


160 






Washington: 


257 




69 






Total 


326 






Watonwaii: 


33 




111 




29 






Total 


173 






Wilkin: 


102 




57 






Total 


159 






Winona: 

St Charles 


17 




680 




34 






Total 


731 











238 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

MINNESOTA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Wright: 

Buffalo 


51 
36 
32 
12 
91 


Yellow Medicine: 
Canby 


62 


Cokato 




5& 


Delano . 


Miscellaneous 


58 




Total 




Miscellaneous 


178 




State total 




Total 


222 


64,227 







MISSISSIPPI 



Adams: 

Natchez 


499 
2 


Clay: 

West Point 


9& 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 


4 




Total 




Total -. 


501 


100 




Coahoma: 




Alcorn: 

Corinth 


201 
1 


572 


Miscellaneous 




253 




Total 




Total. - 


202 


825 




Copiah: 




Amite: 

Gloster -. 


21 
13 


48 


Miscellaneous 




72 






24 


Total 


34 


Total 






144 


Attala: 


94 
22 


Covington: 
Collins 






J^iscellaneous 


20 






18 


Total 


116 


Total 






38 




3 








74 


Bolivar: 


103 
71 
71 
64 

301 


Forrest: 






Rosedale 


631 


Shaw 




8 


Shelby 


Total 




Miscellaneous 


639 




Franklin: 

Bude 




Total - 


610 












12 
31 




Calhoun: Miscellaneous 




20 


Carroll: Miscellaneous . 


Total -- 










31 

58 

2 


43 


Chickasaw: 






Houston -■- 


13 

40 


Okolona ....- 






Grenada: 

Grenada 








Total 


91 










15 
2 




17 




Total 










165 




Hancock: 








Total 


17 






73 


Claiborne: 


55 
11 




29 


Total 








Miscellaneous - 


102 


Total 


66 


Harrison: 
Biloxi 






386 


Clarke: 


38 

4 

33 


Gulfport 


530 






12 




Pass Christian 


76 




Miscellaneous _ .. 


147 




Total 




Total ... ... .... 


75 


1,151 









STATISTICS OF INCOME 



239 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

MISSISSIPPI— Continued 



County and city 



Hinds: 

Jackson.. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Holmes: 

Durant 

Lexington 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Humphreys: 

Belzoni 

Miscellaneous- 
Total.. 



Issaquena: Miscellaneous. 
Itawamba: Miscellaneous. 



Jackson: 

Moss Point 

Pascagoula 

Pecan Springs. 
Miscfellaneous. 



Total. 



Jasper: Miscellaneous 

Jeflferson: Miscellaneous 

Jeflferson Davis: Miscellaneous. 

Jones: 

Ellisville 

Laurel 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Kemper: Miscellaneous. 

LaFayette: 

Oxford 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Lamar: 

Lumberton 

Sumrall 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lauderdale: 

Meridian 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Lawrence: Migcellaneous. 
Leake: Miscellaneous 



Lee: 



Tupelo 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Leflore: 

Greenwood 

Itta Bena 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



1,756 
136 



1,892 



84 
83 
115 



30 

540 

20 



60 



1,036 
112 



1,148 



226 
36 



574 
61 
173 



County and city 



Lincoln: 

Brookhaven... 

Norfleld 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Lowndes: 

Columbus 

Miscellaneous. 



Madison: 

Canton 

Miscellaneous. 

"Total 



Marion: 

Columbia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Marshall: 

Holly Springs. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Monroe: 

Aberdeen 

Amory. 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Montgomery: 

Winona.. 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Neshoba: 

Philadelphia.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Newton: 

Newton. 

Union 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 



Noxubee: 


43 




73 






Total.. 


116 


Oktibbeha: 

Stark ville 


58 




10 






Total 


68 






Panola: 


28 




47 




67 






Total 


142 







240 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

MISSISSIPPI— Continued 



County and city 



Pearl River: 

Picayune. 

Poplarville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Perry: 

Richton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Pike: 



McComb 

Magnolia 

Summit 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Pontotoc: 

Pontotoc 

Miscellaneous. 



Total-- 

Prentiss: Booneville. 

Quitman; 

Marks. 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Rankin: 

Peiahatchie... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Scott: 

Forest 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Sharkey: Miscellaneous.. 
Simpson: Miscellaneous. 
Smith: Miscellaneous 



Stone: 

Wiggins 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sunflower: 

Indianola 

Moorhead 

Ruleville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Tallahatchie: 

Charleston 

Tutwiler. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



340 
36 
34 
30 



440 



103 



64 



30 



128 
36 
60 

282 



S06 



67 
30 
159 



County and city 



Tate: 

Senatobia 

Miscellaneous. 



Total-.- - 

Tippah: Miscellaneous. 

Tishomingo: 

luka 

M iscellaneous- 



Total.- -. 

Tunica: Miscellaneous. 



Union: 

New Albany. - 
Miscellaneous- 



Total 

Walthall: Tylertown. 

Warren: 

Vicksburg 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Washington: 

Greenville 

Leland.- 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Wayne: Miscellaneous. _ 
Webster: Miscellaneous. 

Wilkinson: 

Woodville 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Winston: 

Louisville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Yalobusha: 

Water Valley. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Yazoo: 

Yazoo City 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

State total- 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



241 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

MISSOURI 



County and city 



Adair: 

KirksviUe 

Novinger 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Andrew: 

Savannah 

Miscellaneous- 
Total -- 



Atchison: 

Rocknort 

Tarki'o 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Audrain: 

Mexico 

Vandalia 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Barry: 

Cassville 

Monett 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Barton: , 

Lamar 

Liberal 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Bates: 

Butler 

Rich Hill 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Benton: Miscellaneous... 
Bollinger: Miscellaneous. 

Boone: 

Centralia 

Columbia 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Buchanan: 

St. Joseph 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Butler: 

Poplar Bluff.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Caldwell: 

Braymer 

Hamilton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 



190 
36 
3 



229 



County and city 



Callawav: 

Fulton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Cape Girardeau: 
Cape Girardeau. 

Jackson 

Miscellaneous... 



Total- 



Carroll: 

Carrollton 

Norborne 

Miscellaneous. 



240 
34 
26 



Total.. 

Carter: Miscellaneous. 



300 



80 I 
10 



105 



388 
14 



450 



2,720 

15 



2,735 



200 



Cass: 

Harrisonville.. 
Pleasant Hill.. 
Miscellaneous- 



Total - 



Cedar: 

Eldorado Springs. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 



382 
50 
14 



446 



155 
30 
20 



205 



140 



Chariton: 

Brunswick 

Salisbury 


35 
45 


Miscellaneous 


32 


Total 


112 






Christian: Miscellaneous.. 


5 


Clark: 

Kahoka... 


15 


Miscellaneous 


17 


Total .... 


32 






Clay: 

Excelsior Springs .. 


120 


Liberty 


1\5 


Miscellaneous . .. ... 


8^ 






Total. 


320 






Clinton: 

Camerdn 


85 


Lathrop 


20 


Plattsburg 


75 


Miscellaneous. ..... ... 


10 






Total. 


190 






Cole: 

Jefferson City 

Miscellaneous 


420 
10 


Total 


430 






Cooper: 

Boonville 


1 120 


Miscellaneous 


23 


Total 


1 143 






Crawford: Miscellaneous 


1 ^^ 



242 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

MISSOURI— Continued 



County and city 



Dade: 

Greenfield 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Dallas: Miscellaneous.. 

Daviess: 

Gallatin 

Pattonsburg 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Da Kalb: 

Maysville... 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Dent: 

Salem 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Douglas: Miscellaneous 

Dunklin: 

Campbell 

Cardwell 

Kennett 

Maiden 

Senath 

Miscellaneous 

Total-- 

Franklin: 

Pacific- 

Union 

Washington 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 

Gasconade: 

Herman 

Miscellaneous 

Total --- 

■Gentry; 

Albany 

King City 

Stanberry - 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

■Greene: 

Ash Grove 

Republic 

Springfield 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

•Grundy: • 

Trenton 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Harrison: 

Bethany 

Cainsville.- 



Number 
of returns 



43 



132 



108 



4 

6 

1,260 



1.275 



165 
10 



County and city 



Harrison— Continued. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Henry: 

Clinton 

Deepwater 

Windsor 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Holt: 

Mound City - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Howard: 

Fayette 

Glasgow 

Miscellaneous 

Total-— --- 

Howell: 

Mountain View 

West Plains -- 

Willow Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Iron: Miscellaneous 

Jackson: 

Independence 

Kansas City 

Lees Summit 

Mount Washington 
M iscellaneous 

Total . 

Jasper: 

Carl Junction 

Carterville.- 

Carthage 

Duenweg ,-- 

Joplin 

Sarcoxie 

Webb City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jefferson: 

Crystal City ■ 

DeSoto -- 

Festus 

Miscellaneous- 

Total- 

Johnson: 

Holden - 

Warrensburg - . 

Miscellaneous 

Total --- 

Knox: 

Edina 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



243 



Table U —Individual returns by States and Territories— Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

MISSOURI— Continued 



County and city 



La Clede: 

Lebanon 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Lafayette: 

Higginsville.-- 

Lexington 

Odessa .-- 

Miscellaneous- 



Total - 



Lawrence: 

Aurora 

Marionville 

Mount Vernon. 

Pierce City 

Miscellaneous.. 



Number 
of returns 



Total. 



Lewis: 

Canton 

Le Grange 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Lincoln: 

Elsberry 

Troy 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Linn: 

Brookfield 

Marceline 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Livingston: 

Chillicothe 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



McDonald: Miscellaneous. 

Macon: 

Bevier 

La Plata 

Macon 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Madison: 

Fredericktown. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total - 



Maries: Miscellaneous. 

Marion: 

Hannibal-. 

Palmyra 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Mercer: 

Princeton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 



75 

150 

40 

75 



102 



81 



196 



123 
15 



138 



596 
39 



County and city 



Miller: 

Eldon 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Mississippi: 

Charleston 

East Prairie... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Monitea*: 

California 

Tipton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Monroe: 

Monroe City.. 

Paris 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Montgomery: 
Montgomery.. 

Wellsville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Morgan: 

Versailles 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



New Madrid: 

Gideon 

Morehouse 

New Madrid. - 

Parma 

Portage ville... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Newton: 

Qranby 

Neosho 

Seneca. 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Nodaway: 

Maryville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Oregon: 

Thayer 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Osage: Miscellaneous. 
Ozark: Miscellaneous. 



Pemiscot: 

Caruthersville. 

Hayti 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 



83 



67 



34 



100 
10 
3 



119 



130 
60 



146 
35 
26 



244 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
disti-ibuted by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

MISSOU RI— Continued 



County and city 



Perry: 

Perry ville... 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Pettis: 

Sedalia..- 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Phelps: 

Newburg 

Rolla 

St. James.. 

Miscellaneou.s 

Total 

Pike: 

Bowling Green 

Louisiana 

Miscellaneous- 

Total. 

Platte: Miscellaneous 

Polk: 

Bolivar 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Pulaski: Miscellaneous.. 

Putnam: 

Unionville 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Ralls: Miscellaneous 

Randolph: 

Higbee 

Huntsville... 

Moberly 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ray: 

Richmond 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Reynolds: Miscellaneous 

Ripley: 

Doniphan 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

St Charles: 

St Charles 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

St. Clair: 

Appleton City 

Osceola 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



500 
25 



525 



37 
121 
33 



70 



30 



23 



13 

13 

426 

4 



140 



326 
50 



376 



County and city 



St. Francois: 

Bonne Terre.. 

Desloge 

Elvins. _- 

Farmington... 

Flat River 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Ste. Genevieve: 
Ste. Genevieve. 
Miscellaneous-- 



Total. 



St, 



Louis: 

Clayton 

Ferguson 

Kirkwood 

Maplewood 

Richmond Heights. 

University City 

Webster Groves 

Wellston 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Saline: 

Marshall 
Slater 



Number 
of returns 



Sweet Springs.- . - 


25 




50 






Total 


370 






Schuyler: Miscellaneous - - 


24 






Scotland: 

Memphis . 


17 




9 






Total 


26 






Scott: 

Chaffee 


59 


Illmo 


44 


Oran . - 


13 


Sikeston 


114 


Miscellaneous- - - - 


43 






Total - 


273 






Shannon : M iscellaneous 


7 






Shelby: 

Clarence . -. 


15 


Shelbiua . . 


20 


Miscellaneous. .. . . 


21 






Total .- 


56 






Stoddard: 


4 


Bloomfield . . .- 


19 


Dexter 


35 


Miscellaneous- . 


20 






Total 


78 






Stone: Miscellaneous. 


7 






Sullivan: 

Milan . . - 


20 


Miscellaneous -. - - . 


15 






Total 


35 







STATISTICS OF INCOME 



245 



ABLE 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

MISSOURI— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Taney: Miscellaneous 


9 
10 


Webster— Cont inued . 

Miscellaneous .. . 




Texas: Miscellaneous 






Total ... 




"Vernon: 


210 
10 


15 




Worth: 

Grant City" 




Miscellaneous. 






10 


Total 


220 




3 




Total 




Warren : Miscellaneous 


40 
24 


13 




Wright: 

Mountain Grove 








Wayne: 


15 
18 


10 


Piedmont 


Miscellaneous 


10 




Total 






20 


Total 


33 


City of St Louis 






51 652 




10 


State total 




Marshfield 


99, 509 







MONTANA 



Beaverhead: 

Dillon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Big Horn: 

Hardin 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Blaine: 

Chinook 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Broadwater: Miscellaneous. 

Carbon: 

Red Lodge 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Carter: Miscellaneous. 

•Cascade: 

Great Falls 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Chouteau: 

Fort Benton.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Custer: 

Miles City 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Daniels: 

Scobey 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



167 
106 



130 

48 



37 



1,623 
268 



1,891 



126 



324 
27 



Dawson: 

Glendive 


79 


Miscellaneous 


100 






Total - 


179 






Deerlodge: 

Anaconda.. 


759 


Miscellaneous . . 


5 






Total 


764 






Fallon: 

Baker.. 


36 


Miscellaneous 


15 


Total . 


51 






Fergus: 

Lewistown.. 


423 


Miscellaneous 


161 






Total 


584 






Flathead: 

Kalispell.. 


250 


Whitefish.. 


106 


Miscellaneous. 


61 






Total 


417 






Gallatin: 

Bozeman 


312 


Three Forks. 


48 


Miscellaneous 


92 






■ Total 


452 






Garfield: Miscellaneous 


31 






Glacier: 

Cut Bank . . 


42 


Miscellaneous . . 


16 






Total 


58 






Golden Valley: Miscellaneous 


14 






Granite: 

Philipsburg 


70 


M iscellaneous 


29 






Tota' , 


9£ 







246 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

M ONT AN A— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Hill: 


250 
32 


Prairie: Miscellaneous 

Ravallie: 


36 


Miscellaneous 






79 


Total 


282 


Miscellaneous...... 

Total 


54 






Jefferson : Miscellaneous 


81 
127 


133 




Richland: 

Sidney .. 








Lake: 


40 
55 


69 


Poison . . 




40 




Total 






109 


Total 


95 


Roosevelt: 

Poplar 








Lewis and Clark: 


46 

1,074 

65 


32 


East Helena. 


Wolf Point 


60 


Helena 




72 


Miscellaneous . ... 


Total 






164 




1,185 


Rosebud: 
Forsyth 








Liberty: Miscellaneous. 


15 


70 






51 


Lincoln: 

Eureka. 


27 
69 
52 


Total 




121 




Sanders: Miscellaneous 




Miscellaneous 


68 






163 


Total 


148 


Silver Bow: 
Butte 








McCone: Miscellaneous.. 


14 


3,055 






58 


Madison: 


16 
95 


Miscellaneous. 


129 


Ennis. _ 


Total 






Miscellaneous 


3,242 




Stillwater: Miscellaneous 




Total 


111 


97 




Sweet Grass: 

Big Timber . . 




Meagher: Miscellaneous. _ 


82 
47 




Mineral: Miscellaneous 


64 






15 


Missoula; 

Missoula 


697 
45 


Total 




79 




Teton: 




Total 


742 


41 




Miscellaneous 


42 


Musselshell: 

Roundup 


Total 




158 
104 


83 


Miscellaneous 




283 


Total 


262 




19 




Valley: 




Park: 

Livingston... 


356 
63 


112 


Miscellaneous. - 


Miscellaneous 


98 




Total 




Total 


419 


210 


Petroleum: Miscellaneous 


38 


Wheatland: 


76 


Phillips: 


70 
35 




38 




Total 








Miscellaneous 


114 




Wibaux: Miscellaneous.. ... 




Total- 


105 


19 




Yellowstone: 

Billings . 




Pondera: Miscellaneous 

Powder River: Miscellaneous 


103 
31 


961 






74 


Powell: 


207 
40 


Miscellaneous 


41 


Deer Lodge 


Total 






Miscellaneous 


1,079 




State total 




Total 


247 


16, 191 









STATISTICS OF INCOME 



247 



Table 11. — Individual returns by Siaten and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, tow7hships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

NEBKASEA 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Adams: 


646 
42 


Cherry: 

Valentine 


41 




M iscellaneous 


74 




Total 




Total 


688 


115 


Antelope: 


45 
73 


Cheyenne: 

Sidney 


123 




M iscellaneous 


45 




Total 




Total 


118 


168 


Arthur* Miscellaneous 


6 
12 

7 


Clay: 






26 




Miscellaneous 


126 




Total 






101 
40 
74 


151 




Colfax: 

Schuyler 




St Edwards 






108 






207 




221 


Total 










315 




295 
37 


Cuming: 

West Point 




Box Butte: 






134 






127 


Total - --- 


332 


Miscellaneous 


99 




Totiil 






58 


360 




Custor: 

H rokon How 




Brown: 


47 
14 
3 


k:. 






17 




M iscellaneous - 


106 




Total 




Total 


64 


208 




203 

59 
22 
101 


Dakota: 


37 




M iscellaneous 


67 




Total 










104 




Dawes: 




Total 


475 






147 




76 
104 
81 
40 




45 




M iscellaneous 


23 




Total 










215 


Miscellaneous . . 


Dawson: 

Cozad 










361 


58 






08 


Butlor' 


133 
199 

332 




85 




M iscellaneous 


44 




Total 






255 




Deuel: 










122 
30 
161 


33 






17 




Total 






50 




Dixon: 




Total 


319 






46 


Cedar' 


79 
76 
102 


Wakefield 


85 


HartinRton 


M iscellaneous 


127 




Total 






258 




DodKe: 






317 






r,U2 


Chase: M iscellaneous 


70 


Hooper 

North Hend 


12U 




49 



248 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. -^Individual returns by States and Territories — Nximber of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

NEBRASKA— Continued 



County and city 



Dodge— Continued. 

Scribner 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Douglas: 

Omaha 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dundy: 

Benkelman 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Fillmore: 

Geneva.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Franklin: 

Franklin. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Frontier: 

Curtis 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Furnas: 

Beaver City 

Cambridge 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Gage; 

Beatrice... 

Wy more .- 

Miscellaneous. . . , 

Total 

Garden: Miscellaneous... 
Oarfleld: Burwell 

Gosper: Miscellaneous 

Grant: Miscellaneous 

Greeley: Miscellaneous... 

Hall: 

Grand Island 

M iscellaneous. 

Total 

Hamilton: 

Aurora.- 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Harlan: 

Alma 

M iscellaneous 

Total... 

Hayes: Miscellaneous 

Hitchcock: Miscellaneous 



Number 
of returns 



106 



1,034 



11,353 
347 



11, 700 



106 



28 
55 
108 



386 
76 
92 



786 
56 



842 



113 

87 



200 



County and city 



Holt: 

Atkinson 

O'NeUl 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hooper: Miscellaneous 

Howard: 

St. Paul 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Jefferson: 

Fairbury 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Johnson: 

Tecumseh... 

M iscellaneous 

Total- 

Kearney: 

Minden 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Keith: 

Ogallala 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Keya Paha: Miscellaneous 

Kimball: 

Kimball 

Miscellaneous. ..- 

Total --- 

Knox: 

Bloomfleld 

Creighton 

Miscellaneous 

Total --- 

Lancaster: 

Bethany 

College View 

Havelock-- 

Lincoln 

University Place 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Lincoln: 

North Platte 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Logan: Miscellaneous- 

Loup: Miscellaneous -- 

McPherson: Miscellaneous 

Madison: 

Madison - 

Newman Grove. 



Number 
of returns. 



384 
85 



469 



103 
32 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



249 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
19£6— Continued 

NEBRASKA— Continued 



County and city 



Madison — Continued. 

Norfollc 

Tilden 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Merrick: 

Central City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Morrill: 

Bayard 

Bridgeport 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Nance: 

Genoa.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Nemaha: 

Auburn 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Nuckolls: 

Superior 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Otoe: 

Nebraska City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pawnee: 

Pawnee City 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Perkins: Miscellaneous 

Phelps: 

Holdrege.- 

M iscellaneous 

Total.. 

Pierce: 

Pierce_.. 

Plain view 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Platte: 

Columbus 

Miscellaneous _ 

Total.. 

Polk: 

Osceola 

Stromsburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


398 
35 
45 


Red Willow: 

McCook 


225 


Miscellaneous.. 


50 


Total 




275 


613 


Richardson: 

Falls City.. 






120 
85 


215 


Humboldt 


58 


Miscellaneous ... . 


53 


Total 




205 


326 


Rock: Miscellaneous . 




44 
49 
13 


24 


Saline: 

Crete 




132 


De Witt 


39 


106 


Friend 


43 


Wilber 


82 


34 

67 


Miscellaneous 


81 


Total 




377 


Sarpy: Miscellaneous 




101 


85 


Saunders: 

Ashland 




118 
62 


60 


Wahoo 


153 




198 


180 


Total 




411 


120 
70 


Scotts Bluff: 

Gering . . .. 




72 


Mitchell 


93 


190 


Scottsblufl. 


330 


Miscellaneous.. 


80 


242 
109 


Total 




575 


Seward: 

Seward 






351 


175 


Miscellaneous 


107 


52 
25 


Total 


282 


Sheridan: 




48 


77 


Miscellaneous 


117 


Total . 




53 


165 


Sherman: 

Loup City.. .... 




115 
55 


41 


M iscellaneous 


21 


Total .... 






170 


62 


Sioux: Miscellaneous 




65 
50 
29 


32 


Stanton: 

Stanton 




75 


Miscellaneous 


31 


Total... 




134 


106 


Thayer: 
Hebron 




320 
145 


48 


Miscellaneous 


140 


Total 






465 : 


188 


Thomas: Miscellaneous 




41 1 

52 

38 


7 


Thurston: 
Walthill 




26 


Miscellaneous. 


156 


Total 




131 ' 


182 







250 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

NEBRASKA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


VaUey: 

Ord 


101 
37 


Webster: 

Red Cloud 


38 


Miscellaneous ... .. 


M iscellaneous 


48 




Total 




Total 


138 


86 




Wheeler: Miscellaneous 




Washington: 


132 
141 


8 


Blair 


York: 
York 




Miscellaneous. . .. 






196 


Total 


273 


Miscellaneous 


40 




Total 




Wayne: 


168 
91 


236 




State total 




Miscellaneous 


33, 532 








Total . . 


259 









NEVADA 



Churchill: 

Fallon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 

Clark: 

Las Vegas 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Douglas: 

Gardnerville.. 

Minden 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Elko: 

Carlin 

Elko.- 

Wells 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Esmeralda: 

Goldfield 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Eureka: 

Eureka _. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Humboldt: 

Winnemucca.. 
Miscellaneous- 

Total 

Lincoln: 

Caliente 

Rioche 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Lander: 

Austin 



101 
9 



254 
46 



57 
238 

27 
128 



450 



95 



127 
51 



178 



90 



Lander — Continued. 
Battle Mountain... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lyon: 

Yerington... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Mineral: Miscellaneous 

Nye: 

Tonopah 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ormsby: 

Carson City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pershing: 

Lovelock... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Storey: 

Virginia City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Washoe: 

Reno 

Sparks.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

White Pine: 

Ely.... 

McQill 

Ruth 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

State total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



251 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1936— Continued 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 



County and city 



Belknap: 

Alton 

Barnstead 

Belmont 

Laconia 

Meredith 

TUton 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Carroll: 

Bartlett 

Conway 

Ossipee 

Sandwich 

Wakefield 

Wolfeboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cheshire: 

Fitzwilliam.. 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene 

Marlboro 

Swanzey 

Troy.. 

Walpole 

Winchester... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Coos: 

Berlin 

Colebrook 

Gorham 

Groverton 

Jetferson. 

Lancaster 

Stewartstown. 
Whitefield.... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Grafton: 

Ashland 

Bethlehem 

Bristol 

Campton 

Canaan 

Enfield 

Hanover. 

Haverhill 

Lebanon 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

Lyne 

Plymouth 

Woodstock 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Hillsborough: 

Anierherst 

Antrim 

Bedford 



Number 
of returns 



16 

3 

9 

357 

61 

91 

95 



632 



285 



15 
54 
67 
613 
33 
27 
15 
49 
45 
79 



768 

54 

73 

43 

7 

120 
14 
48 
64 



1,191 



42 

39 

45 

7 

21 

20 

296 

129 

315 

45 

00 

173 

10 

133 

13 

109 

1,448 



County and city 



Hillsborough — Continued. 

Goffstown 

Greenville 

Hillsborough 

Hudson 

Manchester 

Merrimack.. 

Milford 

Nashua. 

Peterboro 

Weare 

Wilton 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Merrimack: 

Andover 

Boseawen 

Concord 

Franklin 

Henniker 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton... 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Warner 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Rockingham: 

Derry 

Epping. 

Exeter 

Hampton 

Kingston 

Londonderry.. 
Newmarket... 

Northwood 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth... 

Ravmond 

Rye 

Salem 

Seabrook 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Strafford: 

Dover 

Farmington... 

Milton 

Rochester 

Somersworth.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



^ullivan: 

Charlestown.. 

Clareniont 

Cornish 

Newport 

Sunapee 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

State total 



Number 
of return 



45 
37 
84 
33 

2,922 
10 
144 

1,582 
131 
13 
49 
87 



5,187 



14 

5 

1,320 

210 

25 

24 

10 

5 

5 

54 

19 

207 



1, 



125 
18 

239 
81 
35 
9 
57 

18 
780 
19 
25 
70 
13 
112 



1,608 



18 
319 
153 

96 



1,363 



26 
445 

11 
147 

19 

19 



15, 276 



91073— 2 S- 



-17 



252 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 

distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

NEW JERSEY 



County and city 



Atlantic: 

Absecon 

Atlantic City.. 

Egg Harbor 

Hammonton... 

Landisville 

Margate 

Mays Landing. 

Minotola 

Northfleld 

Pleasantville... 
Somers Point_. 

Ventnor 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Bergen: 

Allendale. 

Alpine 

Bergenfield 

Bogota 

Carlstadt 

Cliffside 

Closter 

Cresskell 

Demarest 

Dumont 

East Paterson 

East Rutherford 

Edgewater 

Emerson 

Englewood 

Fairview 

Fort Lee 

Garfield 

Glenrock 

Grantwood 

Hackensack 

Hasbrouck Heights. 

Hillsdale 

Kingsland 

Leonia 

Little Ferry 

Lodi 

Lyndhurst 

May wood 

Midland Park 

Moonachie 

Morsemere 

North Arlington 

Oradell 

Palisade Park 

Park Ridge 

Ramsey 

Ridgefleld.. 

Ridgefield Park 

Ridgewood 

Riveredge 

Rutherford 

Tenafly. 

Wallington 

Waldwick 

Westwood 

Woodcliff Lake 

Woodridge 

Wortendyke 

WyckoO" 

Miscellaneous 



Number 
of returns 



Total. 



Burlington: 

Beverly 

Bordentown. 
Burlington... 
Florence 



62 
4,384 

93 
113 

10 

97 

56 
6 

31 
235 

32 
497 
176 



5,792 



60 

6 

109 

246 

163 

163 

79 

27 



146 
193 

21 
,008 

65 
164 
303 

85 

150 

,504 

168 

88 

4 

181 

53 
151 
332 
188 

84 

3 

457 

44 
100 
176 

75 

49 

37 
,746 
293 

50 

,480 

204 

85 

67 
274 
354 

58 

29 

00 
430 



County and city 



Numbor 
of returns 



Burlington — C ontinued. 

Medford 

Moorestown 

Mount Holly. 

Palmyra 

Riverside 

Riverton 

Roebling 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



11,989 



169 

291 

327 

44 



Camden: 

Audobon 

Berlin... _.. 

Blackwood 

Brooklawn 

Camden 

Clementon 

Collingswood 

Gloucester 

Haddonfield 

Haddon Heights. 
Laurel Springs _.- 

Magnolia 

Merchantville 

Oaklyn 

Westmont 

Woodlynne 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Cape May: 

Cape May 

Cape May Court House- 
Ocean City 

Wild wood 

Woodbine 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Cumberland: 

Bridgeton 

Millville 

Port Norris 

Vineland 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Essex: 

Belleville 

Bloomfield 

Caldwell 

East Orange... 

Glenridge 

Hilton 

Irvington _ 

Livingston 

Maple wood 

Millburn 

Montclair 

Newark 

Nutley 

Orange 

Ro.seland 

Short Hills 

South Orange.. 

Verona 

West Caldwell. 
West Orange... 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



45, 161 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



253 



Table 11.— Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

NEW JERSEY— Continued 



County and city 



Gloucester: 

Clayton 

Olassboro 

National Park.. 

Paulsboro.. 

Pitman 

Swedesboro 

Wenonah 

Westville 

Williamstown... 

Woodbury 

Miscellaneous.-. 

Total.— - 

Hudson: 

Arlington 

Bayonne... 

East Newark 

Guttenberg 

Harrison... 

Hoboken 

Hudson Heights 

Jersey City 

Kearney 

North Bergen... 

Secaucus 

Union City 

Weehawken 

West New York 
Miscellaneous... 

Total. 

Hunterdon: 

Clinton 

Flemington 

Frenchtown 

Highbridge 

Lambertville 

Milford 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Mercer: 

Higlistown 

Hopewell 

Pennington 

Princeton.. 

Trenton 

Miscellaneous.. - 

Total 

Middlesex: 

Carteret 

Chrome 

Cranbury 

Dunellen 

Fords 

Highland Park.. 

Jamesburg 

Metuchen 

Middlesex 

Milllowu 

New Brunswick 

Old Bridge 

Parlin 

Perth Amboy... 

Roosevelt 

Sayreville 

Sewaren 

South Amboy... 

South Kiver 

Woodbridge 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



227 
103 

74 
78 
38 



1,461 



1,700 

4,471 

62 

183 

842 

5,517 

92 

18, 613 

508 

669 

130 

845 

1,680 

1,373 

121 



36, 806 



15 
141 

26 
102 
198 

62 
310 



181 

45 

55 

1,126 

8,130 

205 



9,742 I 



161 

246 

38 

184 

68 

62 

36 

209 

52 

141 

2,272 

19 

77 

1,724 

4 

155 

113 

412 

150 

220 

193 



6, 536 



County and city 



Number 
of returns 



Monmouth: 

Asbury Park 

Atlantic Highlands 

Avon 

Belmar 

Bradley Beach 

Fair Haven 

Freehold 

Highlands 

Keansburg 

Keyport 

Long Branch. 

Manasquan 

Matawan 

Ocean Grove 

Red Bank 

Rumson 

Sea Bright 

Spring Lake 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Morris: 

Boonton 

Butler 

Chatham 

Chester 

Dover 

Hanover 

Hilbernia 

Madison 

Morris Plains 

Morristown 

Mountain Lakes... 

Netcong 

Rockaway 

Tabor 

Wharton 

Whippany 

Miscellaneous. 

Total-. 

Ocean: 

Lakewood 

New Egypt.. 

Point^'leasant 

Toms River 

Tuckerton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Passaic: 

Bloomingdale 

Clifton.. 

Haledon.. 

Hawthorne 

Little Falls.- 

Passaic... 

Paterson 

Pompton Lakes 

Prospect Park 

Richfield Park 

Ringwood 

Totowa 

Wanaque 

West Paterson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Salem: 

Carney s Point 

Elmer 

Penns Grove 

Salem 



254 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States aiid Territories — Number of returyis 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

NEW JERSEY— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of return.s 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Salem— Continued. 


95 
64 


Union — Continued. 

Elizabeth 


6, 598 




Fanwood 


55 






54 


Total 


651 


Hillside .-. 


152 






28 




163 

423 
28 
26 

183 
17 

127 
92 
30 

169 


Linden-. _ 


161 




Lyons Farms 


58 




New Providence 


7 




Plainfield 


2, 392 




Rah way 


1.317 


North Plainfield 


Roselle .- 


997 




Roselle Park. . 


145 




Scotch Plains . 


42 


Somerville 


Springfield . .- .. 


49 




Summit 


808 




Union Town 


1,240 




Westfleld 


836 


Total 


1,258 


Miscellaneous. -- 


64 




Total . 






245 
164 
44 


15, 457 


Franklin 

Newton 


Warren: 

Alpha . . 








97 




5 

8 

61 

60 

79 


Belvidere 


67 


Sparta 


Hackettstown. 


103 




Oxford. 


106 




Phillipsburg.- .. 


1,084 




Washington . 


1.59 






207 


Total 


666 


Total 






1,823 


Union: 


454 


State total-- .-'- 




176, 320 









NEW MEXICO 



Bernalillo: 

Albuquerque.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Catron: Miscellaneous. 



Chaves: 

Rosswell 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Colfa.t: 

Dawson 

Koehler 

Raton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Currv: 

Clovis.— 

M iscellaneous- 

Total - 



De Baca: Miscellaneous- 

Dona .\ria: 

Las Cruees 

M iscellaneous 



Total.- 

Eddy: 

.\rtesia... 
Carlsbad. 



1,533 
1 



1,534 



431 

57 



Eddy— Continued. 
Miscellaneous. . 



121 

2 

369 

161 



296 
26 



322 



152 
91 



243 



131 
116 



Total. 



Grant: 

Central 

Fort Bayard.. 

Hurley 

Santa Rita 

Silver City.... 

Tyrone 

Miscellaneous- 



23 



270 



10 
61 
67 
83 
149 
11 
46 



Total 


427 






Guadalupe: 
Santa Rosa. 


19 


Miscellaneous. . . 


26 






Total - 


45 








17 






Hidalgo: 

Lordsburg 


40 




15 


Total - . 


55 








16 






Lincoln: 

Carrizozo .- 


48 
31 


Total --- 


79 







STATISTICS OF INCOME 



255 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

NEW MEXICO— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Luna: 

Columbus . - 


12 
93 
10 


San Juan: 

Farmington 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 

San Miguel: 

East Las Vegas .._.-.. 


32 


Deming. . 


51 








83 


Total 


115 






McKinley: 


379 

87 


382 


Gallup - 


Miscellaneous 

Total 

Santa Fe: 
Santa Fe 


21 








403 


Total 


466 






Mcra: 


4 
24 


376 


Mora 


Miscellaneous . .. . 


52 




Total- __ _-.. 

Sierra: Miscellaneous 

Socorro: 

Magdalena 

San Marcial .. . 






428 


Total 


28 




36 


Otero: 

Alamcgordo . 


42 
11 
13 




Tularosa,. . 


28 




38 




Socorro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Taos: 
Taos 


32 
16 


Total . 


66 






Quay: 


148 
19 


114 








34 


Total 


167 


Miscellaneous 

Total 

Torrance: Miscellaneous 

Union: 

Clayton 


18 






Rio Arriba: 


2 

65 


52 


Miscellaneous 


28 






Total 


67 






48 


Roosevelt: 


43 
24 


Miscellaneous 

Total 

Valencia; 

Belen :. 

M iscellaneous 

Total... .._ 

State total 


27 


Miscellaneous 


75 






Total 


67 






60 
31 


Sandoval: 


25. 
20 


Miscellaneous 


91 


T( ta' 


45 


6,513 









NEW YORK 



Albany: 

Albany 

Altamont 

echoes 

Delinar 

Oreen Island 

Menands 

Ravena... 

Selkirk.. 

Slingerlands 

Watervliet.. 

West Albany 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Allegany: 

Andover - _ 

Angelica 

Belmont 

Bolivar 

Cuba 

Friendship 

'' See footnote on p. 258 




Allegany— Continued . 

Wellsville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bronx: New York City ^ 

Broome: 

Binghamton 

Deposit 

Endicott 

Johnson City 

Port Dickinson 

Union 

Miscellaneous. _ 

Total... 

Cattaraugus: 

.\llegany-. 

Cattaraugus 

Ellicottville 



290 
163 



810 



30, 610 



3, 501 
93 
543 
422 
38 
78 
121 



4.796 



256 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Table 11.— Individual returns by States and Territories-Number of retarni 
^^«^*^ .... ---niies, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 



distributed by count 
1936 — Continued 



NEW YORK— Continued 



County and city 



Number 
of returns 



Cattaraugus— Continued. 

Franklinville 

Gowanda — 

Little Valley.. 

Olean 

Randolph 

Salamanca.. 

M iscellaneous. - 



Total. 



Cayuga: 

Auburn 

Moravia 

Port Byron.. - 

Weedsport 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Chautauqua: 

Brocton 

Dunkirk 

Falconer 

Fredonia. 

Jamestown 

Ripley 

Silver Creek.. 

Westfield 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Chemung: 

Elmira 

Elmira Heights. 

Horseheads 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Chenango: 

Bainbridge 

Greene 

New Berlin — 

Norwich 

Oxford 

Sherburne 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Clinton: 

Champlain — 

Chazy 

Danneinora... 

Plattsburg 

Rouses Point.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Columbia: 

Chatham 

Claverack 

Gennantown.., 

Hillsdale 

Hudson 

Kinderhook — 

Phihnont 

V'alatie 

Miscellaneous. 



69 
173 

48 
995 

47 
420 
228 



County and city 



2, 159 



1,533 

55 
34 
49 
145 



Cortland— Continued. 

McQraw 

Miscellaneous 



1,816 



Total. 



Delaware: 

Delhi... 

Hancock 

Sidney 

Stamford 

Walton. 

Miscellaneous. 



Number 
of returns 



849 



Total. 



42 
675 
114 
293 
2,840 
25 
148 
173 
407 



4,717 



3,025 

77 



Dutchess: 

Amenia 

Arlington 

Beacon 

Castle Point 

Dover Plains 

Fishkill- 

Hopewell Junction. 

Hyde Park 

Millbrook - 

Millerton 

New Hamburg 

Pawling 

Pine Plains 

Poughkeepsie 

Red Hook 

Rhinebeck 

Staatsburg 

Wappingers Falls.. 

Wassaic ■ 

Miscellaneous 



95 
76 
94 
75 
107 
230 



Total. 



3,242 



70 
70 
56 
362 
53 
72 
72 



30 

30 

10 

540 

85 
55 

750 



Erie: 

Akron.. 

Angola 

Blasdell 

Buffalo... 

Colden... 

Depew 

East Aurora.—. 

Forks 

Hamburg 

Kenmore 

Lackawanna.. 

Lancaster 

Sloan 

Springville 

Tonawanda... 
Williamsville.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Total- 



152 
23 
35 
20 

678 
65 
46 
43 

155 



Cortland: 
Cortland. 
Homer... 



1,217 



702 
82 



Essex: 

Au Sable Forks. 
Klizabethtown.. 

Keeseville 

Lake Placid 

Port Henry 

Ticonderoga 

Westport 

Willsboro 

Miscellaneous. - 



677 



52 

57 

395 

41 

35 

46 

35 

52 

145 

73 

26 

101 

20 

2,180 

54 

110 

40 

143 

15 

156 

3,776 



140 

86 

58 

38, 356 

6 

148 

430 

72 

460 

740 

575 

312 

22 

138 

635 

295 

1,109 



43, 582 



65 
21 
54 

159 
93 

130 
25 
36 

131 



Total... 

Franklin: 

Chateaugay... 

Malone 

Saranac Lake. 



714 



49 
380 
501 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



257 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

NEW YORK— Continued 



County and city 



Franklin— C ontinued . 

Tupper Lake 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

FiUton: 

Broadalbin 

Gloversville 

Johnstown 

Mayfleld 

North ville. 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Qenesee: 

Batavia. 

Le Roy 

Oakfield 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Greene: 

Athens 

Cairo 

Catskill 

Coxsackie 

Tannersville 

Windham 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hamilton: Miscellaneous.. 

Herkimer: 

Dolgeville 

Frankfort 

Herkimer 

Ilion 

Little Falls 

Mohawk 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jefferson: 

Adams.. 

Alexandria Bay 

Antwerp 

Carthage 

Clayton... 

Dexter.. 

Watertown 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Kings: Brooklyn'.. 

Lewis: 

Low ville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Livingston: 

Avon 

Caledonia... 

Dansville 

Qeneseo... 

Mount Morris 

Nunda... 

M iscell aneous 

Total... 

' See footnote on p. 2fi8. 



Number 
of returns 



no 

196 



1,236 



540 
15 
37 
20 



1,743 



833 
230 
215 
177 



1,455 



46 
15 

302 
75 
47 
20 

115 



620 



43 



121 
128 
378 
393 
471 
76 
188 



1,755 



54 
41 

257 

84 

23 

1,751 

350 



I 2, 649 

I 114,851 



183 
192 



375 



130 

77 
282 
168 
100 

57 
175 



County and city 



Madison: 

Canastota 

Cazenovia 

Hamilton 

Oneida... 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Monroe: 

Brockport 

East Rochester 

Fairport. 

Honeoye Falls 

Pittsford 

Rochester. 

Sea Breeze.. 

Webster ,. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Montgomery: 

Amsterdam 

Canajoharie. 

Fonda 

Fort Plain... 

Fultonville 

Hagaman .._ 

Palatine Bridge... 

St. Johnsville 

Tribes Hill.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Nassau: 

Baldwin 

Cedarhurst 

East Rockaway 

Farmingdale.. 

Floral Park 

Freeport 

Garden City 

Glen Cove 

Great Neck 

Hempstead 

Hewlett 

Hicksville. 

Inwood ■ 

Lawrence 

Locust Valley 

Ly nbrook 

Mineola -_ 

New Hyde Park 

Oyster Bay 

Port Washington 

Rockville Center 

Roosevelt 

Roslvn 

Sea Cliff 

Valley Stream 

Westbury 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

New York: New York City ' 

Niagara: 

La Salle 

Lockport 

Middleport 

Niugani Falls 

North Toiiiiwanda 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



258 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

NEW YORK— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Oneida: 


82 

68 

9 

177 

211 

3« 

2!« 

89S 

122 

4, 646 

76 

140 

43 

411 

6,945 


Orange— Continued. 

West Point-- 


55 


Camden _. -- 


Miscellaneous _ -.- 


139 


Clayville 


Total - ----- - 




Clinton - .- 


4,840 




Orleans: 

Albion- - - -- - 




Oriskany . ...... 






362 




Holley 


79 


SherrilL. 


Medina - --- 


300 


Utica 


Miscellaneous - - - - - 


107 




Total 




Whitesboro - - 


848 




Oswego: 

Fulton 




Miscellaneous-- - - - 






407 


Total 


Mexico - 


42 






760 




170 

212 

118 

27 

84 

64 

173 

188 

11,220 

496 




77 


Baldwinsville - - 


Pulaski -. 


92 






166 




Total 




Jordan - _ 


1,544 




Otsego: 

Cooperstown 




Manilas - - - 






175 


Solvay - - - 


Oneonta - -.. - - 


647 




Richfield Springs 


49 




Unadilla 


51 






216 


Total 


12, 752 


Total 




1,138 


Ontario: 

Canandaigua 


430 
138 
900 
49 
57 
52 
69 
110 


Putnam: 

Brewster _ -_. 




185 




Carmel .- 


46 




Cold Spring _-- 


113 


Phelps 

Shortsville 


Garrison - 


70 


Lake Mahopac -- 


25 


Victor 


Miscellaneous - - 


77 




Total 






516 


Total 


1,805 


Queens' New York City ^ 




30, 408 


Orange: 

Central Valley 


55 
57 
75 
78 
21 
25 
183 
27 
84 
25 
46 
1,045 
111 
56 
1,715 
482 
195 
153 
185 
28 


Rensselaer: 


103 




Hoosiek Falls 


139 




Nassau - -- 


25 


Firthcliffe 


Rensselaer 


478 


Florida 


Schaghticoke.- .- - 


22 




Troy -- 


3,381 


Harriman 


Valley Falls 


30 


Highland Falls 


West Sand Lake 


14 


Highland Mills 




142 


Maybrook - --- 


Total--- 








4,334 




Richmond: New York City 2- 






2,420 




Rockland: 

Congers - 




Port Jervis ------ 




Tuxedo Park 


42 




Garner ville 


45 




Haverstraw 


315 




Hillburn-- 


47 


' New York City: 
Counties— 


Number 


of returns 
. . 30, 610 








.- 114,851 








.. 340,494 








- - 30, 408 








-. 2,420 


Total--: - _.. 






.- 518,783 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



259 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

NEW YORK— Continued 



County and city 



Rockland— Continued 

Nanuet._ .-. 

New City_.. 

Nyack 

Pearl River 

Piermont 

Sparkill 

Spring Valley 

South Nyack - 

Suffern 

Tomkins Cove 

Valley Cottage 

West Haverstraw. 

West Nyack 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

St. Lawrence: 

Canton 

Gouverneur 

Massena 

Norwood 

Ogdensburg 

Potsdam 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Saratoga: 

Ballston Spa 

Corinth 

Mechanicville 

Palmer 

Round Lake 

Saratoga Springs.. 

Schuyierville 

South Glens Falls. 

Stillwater... 

Victory Mills 

Waterford _. 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Schenectady: 

Schenectady 

Scotia.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Schoharie: 

Cobleskill 

Howes Cave 

Middleburgh 

Richmondville 

Schoharie 

Sharon Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total-- 

Schuyler: 

Montour Falls 

Watkins 

M iscellaneous 

Total- 

Seneca: 

Seneca Falls 

Waterloo 

Miscellaneous 

Total-. 



Number 
of returns 



75 
26 

543 

161 
82 
38 

224 
46 

263 
35 
30 
27 
45 

277 



2,321 



188 
177 
313 
65 
478 
224 
394 



1,839 



271 
50 

482 
44 
40 

515 
83 
46 
50 
15 

147 
70 



1,813 



5,835 
377 
74 



6,286 



170 
32 
25 
17 
35 
21 
40 



75 
115 
18 



265 
120 
61 



County and city 



340 



446 



Stsuben: 

Addison 

Bath 

Canisteo 

Corning 

Hornell 

Painted Post 

Wayland 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Suffolk: 

Amity ville 

Babylon 

Bay Shore 

Bridgehampton 

Brightswaters 

East Hampton 

Qreenport 

Huntington 

Huntington Station 

Islip 

Lindenhurst 

Montauk 

Northport 

Patchogue 

Port Jefferson 

Riverhead 

Sag Harbor 

Sayville 

Southampton 

Southold 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Sullivan: 

Callicoon.. 

Liberty... 

Livingston Manor. 

Monticello 

Roscoe 

South Fallsburg 

Woodridge 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Tioga: 

Owego 

Waverly 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Tompkins: 

Groton 

Ithaca --. 

Trumansburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ulster: 

Ellen ville 

Highland 

Kingston 

Marlboro.- 

Milton 

New Paltz 

Port Ewen 

Saugerties-.- 

Wallkill.... 

Woodstock 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 



260 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

NEW YORK— Continued 



County and city 



Number 
I of returns 



Warren: 

Glens Falls 

Lake George 

Luzerne.-- 

Warrensburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Washington: 

Cambridge- 

Fort Edward 

Granville 

Greenwich 

Hudson Falls 

Salem— 

Whitehall 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Wayne: 

Clyde- 

Lyons 

Newark - 

Palmyra 

Sodus- 

Wolcott 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Westchester: 

Ardsley - 

Ardsley-on-Hudson . 

Bedford -- 

Bedford Hills -. 

Briarclifi Manor 

Bronxville.- 

Buchanan 

Chappaqua 

Croton-on-Hudson . . 

Dobbs Ferry 

Elmsford— 

Harmon-on-Hudson. 

Harrison 

Hartsdale 

Hastings-on-Hudson 

Hawthorne 

Irvington 



977 
45 
16 
50 



1,186 



73 
105 
146 
109 
242 

35 
191 

85 



64 
158 
330 
126 
87 
41 
250 



1,056 



61 

45 

36 

72 

113 

1,075 

22 

124 

140 

262 

74 

41 

225 

leo 

311 
40 
216 



County and city 



Number 
of returns 



Westchester — Continued. 

Katonah 

Larchmont- 

Mamaroneck 

Mount Kisco 

Mount Vernon 

New Rochelle 

North Tarrytown 

North Pelham 

Ossining 

Peekskill 

Pelham..- , 

Pelham Manor 

Pleasant ville 

Pocantico Hills 

Port Chester..- 

Purchase 

Rye 

Scarsborough 

Scarsdale. 

Tarrytown 

Tuckahoe 

Valhalla 

Verplanck 

White Plains 

Yonkers 

Yorktown Heights... 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Wyoming: 

Arcade 

Attica 

Castile.- 

Perry 

Silver Springs. 

Warsaw 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Yates: 

Penn Yan 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



State total. 



NORTH CAROLINA 



Alamance: 

Burlington. .' 


265 


Graham 


45 


Haw River 


5 


Mebane 


50 


Miscellaneous 


165 






Total 


530 






Alexander: 

Taylorsville 


33 


Miscellaneous. 


2 






Total 


35 






Alleghany: Miscellaneous 


5 






Anson: 

Wadesboro . .. 


105 


Miscellaneous . . 


25 






Total 


130 







Ashe: Miscellaneous. . 
Avery: Miscellaneous. 

Beaufort: 

Belhaven 

Washington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bertie: 

Windsor 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bladen: Miscellaneous 

Brunswick: 

Southport... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



261 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

NORTH CAROLINA— Continued 



County and city 



Number 
of returns 



Buncombe: 

Asheville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Burke: 

Morganton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cabarrus: 

Concord 

Kannapolis 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Caldwell: 

Granite Falls 

Lenoir 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Camden: Miscellaneous 

Carteret: 

Beaufort 

Morehead City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Caswell: Miscellaneous. 

Catawba: 

Hickory 

Maiden 

Newton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Chatham: 

Siler City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cherokee: 

Andrews 

Murphy 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Chowan: Edenton 

Clay 

Cleveland: 

Kings Mountain 

Shelby 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Columbus: 

Whiteville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Craven: 

New Bern 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



2,990 
300 



3,290 



125 
35 



160 



410 



7 
167 



180 



160 



270 
20 



422 



120 
1 



50 
125 
25 



200 



30 
100 



360 
10 



County and city 



Cumberland: 

Fayetteville. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Currituck: Miscellaneous 
Dare: Miscellaneous 

Davidson: 

Lexington. 

ThomasviUe 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Davie: 

Cooleemee. 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Duplin: 

Warsaw 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Durham: 

Durham 

Miscellaneous... 

Total. 

Edgecombe: 

Rocky Mount 

Tarboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Forsyth: 

Kernersville 

Winston-Salem 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Franklin: 

Franklinton 

Louisburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gaston: 

Belmont 

Bessemer City 

Cherry ville 

DaUas 

Gastonia... 

Lowell 

McAdenville 

Mount Holly.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gates: Miscellaneous 

Graham: Miscellaneous.. 

Granville: 

Oxford 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Greene: Miscellaneous... 



850 



150 
20 



170 



20 



262 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

NORTH CAROLINA— Continued 



County and city 



Guilford: 

Gibson ville 

Greensboro 

High Point 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Halifax; 

Enfield 

Roanoke Rapids. 

Rosemary 

Scotland Neck... 

Weldon 

Miscellaneous 



TotaL 



Harnett: 

Dunn 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Haywood: 

Canton 

Waynesville... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Henderson: 

Hendersonville. 
Miscellaneous-- 



Total. 



Hertford: 

Ahoskie 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Hoke: 

Raeford 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Hyde: Miscellaneous. 

Iredell: 

Mocresville 

Statesville 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Jackson: Miscellaneous. 



Johnston: 

Benscn 

Clayton 

Selma 

Sinithfield 

Miscellaneous- 



Total 

Jones: Miscellaneous. 

Lee: 

Sanford 

Miscellaneous 



Number 
of returns 



Total- 



14 

2,390 

830 

56 



3,290 



440 



140 



190 



420 
50 



470 



104 

304 

12 



420 



40 



270 



133 
17 



County and city 



Number 
! of returns 



Lenoir: 

Kinston 

La Grange 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lincoln: 

Lincolnton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



McDowell: 

Marion 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Macon: Miscellaneous-.. 
Madison: Miscellaneous. 



Martin: 

Roberson ville - 
Williamston.-- 
Miscellaneous- 



Total- 



Mecklenburg: 

Charlotte 

Cornelius 

Davidson 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Mitchell: Miscellaneous. 

Montgomery: 

Troy 

M iscellaneous 



Total 

Moore: Miscellaneous. 



Nash: 

Spring Hope.. 
Miscellaneous. 



338 
32 
10 



100 



119 
21 



140 



4,337 

8 
59 
46 



' 4, 450 


35 


26 
1 44 


1 70 


1 350 

1 


i 

1 23 

i 67 



Total 


90 






New Hanover: 

Wilmington 

Miscellaneous 


1,400 
10 


Total 


1,470 






Northampton: Miscellaneous 

Onslow: Miscellaneous 


95 
25 


Orange: 


4 


Chapel HiU 


93 




34 


Miscellaneous 


9 






Total .. . 


140 






Pamlico: Miscellaneous 


30 






Pasquotank: 

Eliz;ibeth City 


399 




1 






Total 


400 







STATISTICS OF INCOME 



263 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

NORTH CAROLINA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Pender: 

Burgaw ._ 


10 
10 


Miscellaneous. _. 


Total 


20 




Perquimans: 
Hertford 


52 
8 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


60 




Person: 

Roxboro .. 


103 

12 


Miscellaneous -.. 




Total 


IH 




Pitt: 

Ayden . . 


42 
68 
305 
65 


Farmville . 


Greenville 


Miscellaneous 




Total... 


480 




Polk: 

Tryon _ 


67 ' 

28 : 

95 


Miscellaneous 


Total 




Randolph: 

Asheboro _ . 


70 

16 

9 

40 


Ramseur. 


Randleman 


Miscellaneous 




Total -- 


135 ' 




Richmond : 

Hamlet 


1 
219 
135 
16 


Rockingham . 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


370 , 

14 1 
134 ' 
40 
74 1 
oS 


Robeson: 

Fairmont- 


Lumberton 


Maxtou. 


Red Springs. 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


320 




Rockingham: 

Drauer 


l»i 
HO 
32 1 

13 1 
185 
54 
20 

400 

52o : 
89 1 

44 : 

670 j; 


Leaksville 


Madison.. _ _. 


Mayodan. . 


Reidsville ,. 


Soray . 


Miscellaneous. 


Total 


Rowan: 

China Grove 


Salisbury 


Spencer . . 


Miscellaneois... 

Total 




Rutherford: j 
Caroii^en.. .1 


1' 
4 'i 



County and city 



Rutherford — Continued. 

Cliflside 

Forest City 

Henrietta 

Rutherfordton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sampson: 

Clinton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Scotland: 

Laurinburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Stanley: 

Albemarle 

Badin 

Norwood 

Miscellaneous 

Total _. 

Stokes: Miscellaneous 

Surry: 

Elkin.. 

Mount Airy 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Swain: Miscellaneous 

Transylvania: 

Brevard 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Tyrrell: Miscellaneous 

Union: 

Monroe 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Vance: 

Henderson 

M iscellaneous. _ 

Total.. 

Wake: 

Raleigh 

Wake Forest 

Wendell 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Warren: Miscellaneous 

Washington: Miscellaneous 
Watauga: Miscellaneous... 

Wayne: 

Fremont 

Goldsboro 

Mount Olive 



Number 
of returns 



180 



80 



120 



114 
45 
17 
4 



ISO 



52 
234 
34 



320 



172 

18 



313 
17 



330 



,207 
51 
17 
85 



2, .360 



100 
50 
25 



30 
460 



264 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, toiv7iships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

NORTH CAROLINA-Continued 



County and city j^^^ms 


County and city 


Number 
ofreturas 


Wayne— Continued. 

Miscellaneous 


5 


Wilson: 

Wilson _ 


567 








73 


Total 


570 


Total 






640 


Wilkes: 

North Wilkesboro 


100 
8 
7 


Yadkin: Miscellaneous 




15 






10 


Miscellaneous - 


State total 




35,332 


Total 


115 









NORTH DAKOTA 



Adams: Miscellaneous .. .. 


47 


Emmons: 






22 


Barnes: 


206 
131 


Miscellaneous . . . 


19 


Valley City 


Total - 






41 




Foster: 




Total 


337 






65 


Benson: M iscellaneous 


102 
2 


Miscellaneous - 


18 




Total 






83 


Bottineau: 

Bottineau City 


41 
99 


Golden Valley: 

Beach. 








21 






10 


Total 


140 


Total 






31 




47 
115 


Grand Forks: 










752 


Burleigh: 


560 
15 




39 




194 




Total 






985 


Total 


575 








41 




69 

1,820 

226 


Griggs: 

Cooperstown.. - 




Casselton .- 






33 


Miscellaneous. 


Miscellaneous - 


18 




Total - 




Total 


2,115 


51 




Hettinger: Miscellaneous 






30 
100 


64 




Kidder: Miscellaneous 


42 




La Moure: 

La Moure 








Total 


130 


24 






97 


Dickey: 

EUendale . . . . 


39 
46 

18 


Total. 




121 




Logan: Miscellaneous 






28 






115 




103 


Mcintosh: 

Ashlev 








Di 'ide' 


36 
37 


24 




Wishek 


23 




M iscellaneous. 


<)•> 




Total.. 




Total 


73 


69 




21 


McKenzie: Miscellaneous 


32 




McLean: 

Wilton 




Eddy: 


76 
21 


35 




Miscellaneous 


147 




Total.. 




Total 


97 


182 




: 







STATISTICS OF INCOME 



265 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

NORTH DAKOTA— Continued 



County and city 



Mercer: Miscellaneous 

Morton: 

Hebron 

Mandan 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Mountrail: Miscellaneous 
Nelson: Miscellaneous — 

Oliver: Miscellaneous 

Pembina: Miscellaneous.. 

Pierce: 

Rugby 

Miscellaneous. 

Total , 

Ramsey: 

Devils Lake 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Ransom: 

Enderlin 

Lisbon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Renville: Miscellaneous.. 

Richland: 

Hankinson , 

Ligder wood 

Wahpeton 

Miscellaneous _ 

Total... 

Rolette: Miscellaneous 

Sargent: Miscellaneous... 
Sheridan: Miscellaneous. 
Sioux: Miscellaneous 

Slope: 

Marmarth 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



49 



23 

185 
66 



274 



120 

110 

5 



258 
127 



58 
44 
18 

120 



County and city 



Stark: 

Dickinson.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Steele: Miscellaneous 

Stutsman: 

Jamestown. 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Towner: 

Cando 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Traill: 

Hillsboro 

Mayville 

Miscellaneous 

Total-- 

Walsh: 

Grafton 

Park River 

Miscellaneous 

Total.- --. 

Ward: 

Kenmare... 

Minot 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wells: 

Harvey 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Williams: 

Williston 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

State total 



OHIO 



Adams: 


25 
10 

18 

53 


Ashland: 

Ashland 


410 




Loudon ville - 


94 


M iscellaneous 


Total 








504 


Total 


Ashtabula: 








Allen: 

Bluffton 


67 
189 
1,702 
38 
37 


1,740 






745 






132 


Spencerville- 




75 




no 




j Total 




Total 


2,033 


2.802 









266 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 

distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

OHIO— Continued 



County and city 



Athens: 

Athens.- 

Buchtel 

Chauncey 

Glouster 

Jacksonville. -- 

Nelsonville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Auglaize: 

Minster 

New Bremen.. 

St. Marys 

Wapakoneta. _ 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Belmont: 

Barnesville 

Bellaire... 

Bethesda 

Bridgeport 

Flusliing 

Martins Ferry. 
St. Ciairsville.. 

Shadyside 

Yorkville 

Miscellaneous.- 



Total. 



Brown: 

Georgetown... 

Ri])ley 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Butler: 

Hamilton 

Middletown.. 

Oxford 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Carroll: 

Carrollton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Champaign: 

ATechanicsburg- 

St. Paris ... 

Urbana 

Miscellaneous... 



Number 
of returns 



231 
3 
8 
63 
7 
128 
16 



454 



49 
47 
151 

i;i 

28 



2,622 



3,082 



Total. 



Clark: 

South (Charleston. 

Springfield... 

Miscellaneous 



Total- 



Clermont- 

Batavia 

Bethel 

Loveland 

Milford 

New Richmond. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 




County and city 



Clinton: 

Blanchester... 
Wilmington... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Columbiana: 

Columbiana 

East Liverpool. 
East Palestine. 

Leetonia 

Lisbon 

Salem 

Salineville 

Wellsville 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Coshocton: 

Coshocton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Crawford: 

Bucyrus 

Crestline 

Gallon 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Cuyahoga: 

Bedford 

Berea 

Bratenahl 

Brecksville 

Chagrin Falls 

Cleveland 

Cleveland Heights. 

Dover 

East Cleveland 

Euclid Village 

Garfield Heights... 

Independence. 

Lakewood 

Maple Heights 

Newhurg Heights.. 

North Olmstead 

Rocky River 

Shaker Heights 

South Euclid 

West Park 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Darke: 

Arcanum 

Greenville 

Union City 

Versailles 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Defiance: 

Defiance 

Hicksville 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Delaware: 

Delaware 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



267 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — A^ umber of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
i5^(5— Continued 

OHIO— ContiDued 



County and city 


Xumber 
of returns 


Erie: 

Huron . . . 


93 


Sandusky ■ 


1,382 


Vermilion _ ... 


98 


Miscellaneous 


122 






TotaL 


1,695 






Fairfield: 

Bremen 


38 


Lancaster --_ 


525 


Miscellaneous 


74 






Total 


637 




Fayette. 

\\ ashington Court House. 


300 

51 






Total 


351 




Franklin: 

Bexley _ _ 


53 

13,306 

8 

5 

1 

75 

241 


Columbus _-_ _.. 


East Columbus 


Grandview Heights.- . .. .-. 


Linden Heights 


Westerville . 


Miscellaneous 




Total . 


13, 689 




Fulton: 

Archbold . 


25 
51 
57 
86 


Delta 


Swanton 


Wauseon.. 


Miscellaneous 


33 







County and city 



Number 
I of returns 



Hamilton— Continued. 

Norwood 

Reading 

St. Bernard 

Sharon ville 

Wyoming 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Hancock: 

Findlay 

McComb 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 



Total 

Gallia: 

Gallipolis 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



252 

84 
8 

92 



Geauga: 

Chardon 

Miscellaneous. 



101 
25 



Total. 



Greene: 

.lamestown 

Xenia 

Yellow Springs. 
Miscellaneous. - 



Total . 



36 
308 

61 
140 



Guernsey: 

Ryesville 

Cambridge 

^fiscellaneous. 



42 

504 

43 



Total 

Hamilton: 

.\ddyston . 

Cheviot 

Cincinnati 

Cleves 

Elmwood Place... 

Glendale 

Harrison 

Lockland 

Mount Healthy 

91073—28- 



589 



15 

205 

,916 

40 
150 
179 

40 
208 



-IS 



Hardin: 

Ada 

Poorest. - 

Kenton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total.- 

Harrison: 

Cadiz 

Miscellaneous - 



Total. 



Henry: 

Deshler 

Holgate 

Napoleon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 



Highland: 

Greenfield 

Hillsboro 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Hocking: 

Logan 

Murray City. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Holmes: 

Millersburg... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Huron 

Belle vue 

Monroe ville -- 
2\e\v London. - 

Norwalk 

Willard 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



2,025 
184 
280 
61 
365 
356 



34, 192 



642 
13 
44 



699 



68 

37 

236 

40 



287 
150 



437 



51 

33 

217 

57 



358 



147 
152 
74 



199 
17 
29 



245 



170 

177 



347 



239 
29 
53 
314 
198 
51 



Jackson: 

Jackson 

Oak Hill 

Wellston. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



8S4 



147 

27 

84 

6 



268 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table U —Individual returns by States and Territories— Number of returns 
difribuied by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926-Continued OHIO-Continued 



County and city 



Jefferson: 

Amsterdam 

Bergholz 

Brilliant--- 

Dillonvale 

Grover.-- 

Mingo Junction. 

Steubenville 

Toronto-- 

Miscellaneous- -. 



Total. 



Knox: 

Fredericktown. 
Mount Vernon. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total - 



Lake: 

Fairport Harbor. 

Painesville 

WicklifEe- • 

Willoughby 

Miscellaneous — 



Total - 



Lawrence: 

Coal Grove--. 

Ironton 

Miscellaneous - 



Total- 



Licking: 

Granville 

Newark 

Utica 

Miscellaneous - 



Total- 



Logan: 

Bellefontame-. 
West Liberty . 
Miscellaneous - 



Total- 



Lorain: 

Amherst 

Avon 

Elyria 

Lorain 

Oberlin 

Wellington — 
Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Lucas: 

Maumee 

Sylvania 

Toledo 

Miscellaneous - 



TotaL 



Madison: 

London 

Mount Sterling - 

Plain City 

West JelTerson.. 
Miscellaneous- - 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 



60 
45 
110 
121 
45 
220 
2,404 
195 
110 



County and city 



3,300 



17 

399 

42 



458 



186 
912 
140 
165 

287 



Mahoning: 

Lowell ville — 
Sebring 

Struthers 

Youngstown.. 
Miscellaneous. 



1,690 



462 
42 



512 



71 
966 

22 
105 



1,164 



329 
29 
72 



430 



Total. 



Marion: 

Marion 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Medina: 

Lodi 

Medina 

Wadsworth-.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Meigs: 

Middleport — 

Pomeroy 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Mercer: 

Celina -.- 

Coldwater 

Fort Recovery - 

Rockford 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total - 



Miami: 

Covington 

Piqua 

Tippecanoe City. 

Troy 

West Milton 

Miscellaneous 



5,495 



Total - 



Monroe: 

Woodsfield--. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



161 

113 

16, 330 

98 

16, 702 



126 

25 

14 

23 

6 



Montgomery: 

Brookville 

Dayton.-. - 

Germantown 

Miamisburg 

West Carrollton. 
Miscellaneous.- - 



Total. 



Morgan: , .„ 

McConnelsville. 
Miscellaneous.- - 



Total - 



Morrow: 

Cardington 

Mount Gilead. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Number 
of returns 



410 
670 

854 

15, 583 

420 



17, 937 



822 
34 



856 



120 

185 

290 

95 



690 



105 

111 

16 



232 



171 
41 
18 
17 
22 



269 



39 
462 

64 
300 

30 

58 



953 



170 
22 



192 



30 
8, 562 

66 
209 

53 
101 

9,021 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



269 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

OHIO— Continued 



County and city 



Muskingum: 

Dresden- 

Roseville 

South Zanesville. 

Zanesville 

Miscellaneous 

Total -. 

Noble: 

Belle Valley- 

Caldwell 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ottawa: 

Marblehead 

Oak Harbor 

Port Clinton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Paulding: 

Antwerp 

Paulding 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Perry: 

Corning.-- 

Crooksville 

New Lexington.. 
New Straitsville. 

Shawnee.-- 

Somerset- -.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Pickaway: 

Ashville 

Circleville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pike: 

Waverly. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Portage: 

Qarrettsville 

Kent 

Ravenna 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Preble: 

Eaton 

Lewisburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Putnam: 

Columbus drove 

Continental 

Leipsic 

Ottawa 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



1,197 
147 


1,392 


22 

40 

7 


69 



127 



84 
63 
157 
45 

47 
27 
84 



31 
132 

28 



40 



31 
81 
218 
232 



562 



507 



27 
812 
380 
220 



1,439 



126 
21 
120 



267 



39 I 

21 I 
47 I 
73 I 
46 I 



220 



County and city 



Richland: 

Mansfield 

Plymouth 

Shelby 

Miscellaneous. 



Total- 



Ross: 

Chillicothe 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sandusky: 

Clyde. 

Fremont 

Gibsonburg-.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total .-- 



Scioto: 

New Boston-.. 
Portsmouth.-. 

Sciotoville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Seneca: 

Fostoria 

Tiffin 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Shelby: 

Sidney _. 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Stark: 

Alliance 

Canal Fulton.. 

Canton 

Louisville 

Massillon 

Minerva 

Navarre 

North Canton. 
Miscellaneous- 



Total..- - 

Summit: 

Akron 

Barberton 

Cuyahoga Falls. 

Hudson 

Kenmore 

Miscellaneous--- 



Number 
of returns 



Total - 



Trumbull: 

Oirard 

Hubbard 

Newton Falls.. 

Niles 

Warren 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Tuscarawas: 

Dennison 

Dover 

Newcomerstown. . 
New Philadelphia. 



1,502 

60 

265 

90 



1,917 



756 
63 



92 
536 

97 
110 



57 

1,638 

15 

79 



1,789 



419 
603 
127 



1,149 



326 
47 



373 



1,705 

54 

6,125 

95 

1,102 

120 

60 

65 

210 



9,536 



13,620 
2,532 
420 
120 
540 
160 



17,392 



875 
390 
45 
645 
1,323 
225 



3, 503 



350 
485 
138 
510 



270 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

. OHIO— Continued 



County and city 



Tuscarawas— Continued 

Uhrichsville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Union: 

Marysville 

Richwood 

M iscellaneous- _ - 

Total.-- ---. 

Van Wert: 

Van Wert-_- -. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Vinton: 

McArthur 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Warren: 

Franklin 

Lebanon - - 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Washington: 

Belpre 

Marietta 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



395 
153 



2,031 



363 
62 



155 
149 
90 



7 
735 

77 



819 



County and city 



Wayne: 

Doylestown--- 

Orrville 

Rittman 

Shreve _ 

Wooster 

Miscellaneous- 



TotaL 



Williams: 

Bryan 

Montpelier 

Stryker 

Miscellaneous. 

Total--- 



Wood: 

Bowling Green. .- 
North Baltimore. 

Perrysburg 

Rossford 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Wyandot: 

Carey 

Upper Sandusky. 
Miscellaneous 



Total 

State total - 



Number 
of returns 



30 
301 
95 
43 
1,010 
149 



l.< 



167 

125 

13 

62 



367 



211 
104 
189 
153 
261 



918 



92 
154 
66 



312 



231, 196 



OKLAHOMA 



Adair: 

Stilhvfll 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

\llalfa: 

Cherrkee 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Moka: 

Atoka 

Miscellfmeous 

Total 

Ik-aver: Miscellaneous 

Beckham: 

Flk City 

Sayre. - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bl.iino: 

Oeary 

Okcene 

Watunga 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 



123 



Bryan: 

Caddo 

Durant 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Caddo: 

-\nauarko 

Carnegie 

Cement 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Canadian: 

El Uono 

Yukon 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 



Carter: 

Ardmore 

Healdton 

Wilson .- 

Wirt.... 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Cherokee: 

Tahletjuah 

Miscellaneous. 



Total . 



16 

108 

6 



288 
24 
49 



361 



81 
108 
27 
36 



038 



36 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



271 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

OKLAHOMA— Continued 



County and city 



Choctaw: 

Boswell. 

Hugo 

Miscellaneous 

Total____ 

Cimarron: Miscellaneous 

Cleveland: 

Norman 

Miscellaneous, _ _ 

Total 

Coal: 

Coalgate.._ 

Lehigh _. 

Total 

Comanche: 

Fort Sill 

Law-ton _.. 

M iscellaneous. 

Total 

Cotton: 

Devol. 

Walters _. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Craig: 

Vinita _ 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Creek: 

Bristow __. 

Depew , 

Dnimright-. 

Kiefer 

Mounds.- 

Oilton 

Sapulpa 

Shamrock. 

Slick.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Custer: 

Clinton _. 

Thomas 

Weatherford 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Delaware: Miscellaneous. 

Dewey: Miscellaneous... 

Ellis: 

Shattuck 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Garfield: 

Covington 

Enid - 

flarber 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 



Number 
of returns 



189 
27 



38 



54 
261 

27 



103 



360 
23 

216 
27 

27 

72 

464 

24 



1,252 



50 



72 

900 

72 

63 



1,107 



County and citv 



Garvin: 

Lindsay 

Pauls Valley. 



Grant: 

Medford 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Greer: 

Mangum 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Harmon: 

Hollis... 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Harper: Miscellaneous. 

Haskell: 

McCurtain 

Stigler 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Hughes: 

Holdenville... 

Wetumka 

Miscellaneous. 

Total-. 



Jackson: 

Altus 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jefferson: 

Ringling 

Waurika 

Miscellaneous. 



Total.. 

Johnston: 

Tishomingo... 
Wapanucka... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Kay: 

Blackwell 

Newkirk 

Ponca City 

Three Sands.. 

Tonkawa 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



I Number 
of returns 



Wvnnewood 


32 


M iscellaneous 


27 


Total 


194 






Grady: 

Chickasha.. 


387 


Miscellaneous . 


72 






Total 


459 



45 
126 



171 



108 
27 



135 



67 



36 



39 



324 



162 
45 



207 



108 



108 
950 
9 
288 
153 



272 

Table 11. ..„. 
distributed by uu«-# 
iS^e— Continued 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



, — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
id by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
ontinued 



OKLAHOMA— Continued 



County and city 



Kingfisher: 

Hennesse 

Kingfisher 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kiowa: 

Hobart 

Snyder 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Latimer: 

Wilburton 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Le Flore: 

Heavener 

Poteau 

Spiro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lincoln: 

Chandler 

Prague .-. 

Stroud 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Logan: 

Guthrie 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Love: 

Marietta 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

McClain: 

Purcell 

Miscellaneous, 

Total 

McCurtain: 

Brolcen Bow.. 

Idabel --, 

Wright City.. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Mcintosh: 

Checotah 

Eufaula 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Major: 

Fairview 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Marshall: 

Madill 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



117 



162 



162 



297 



261 
63 



324 



38 




139 



22 



County and city 



Mayes: 

Pryor 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 



Murray: 

Davis 

Sulphur 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Muskogee: 

Boynton 

Fort Gibson... 

Haskell 

Muskogee 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Noble: 

Perry 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Nowata: 

Nowata 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Okfuskee: 

Boley 

Okemah 

Weleetka 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Oklahoma: 

Britton 

Edmond 

Oklahoma City. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 
Okmulgee: 



Dewar 

Henryetta 

Kusa - 

Morris 

Okmulgee 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



Osage: 

Apperson 

Avant 

Barnsdall (formerly Bigheart). 

Denoya 

Fairfax 

Hominy. 

Pawhuska 

Shidler 

Wynona. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Ottawa: 

Afton 

Cardin 

Commerce. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



273 



Table 11.- — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926~Contmued 

OKLAHOMA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


1 

County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Ottawa— Continued. 
Douthat 


13 

243 

117 

12 

9 


Sequoyah: 

Sallisaw 


45 


Miami 


Vian 


9 




Miscellaneous 


8 




Total 






62 




Stephens: 




Total 


468 






36 




144 
90 
90 


Duncan . . 


279 




Marlow ^^ 


81 


Pawnee 


Miscellaneous 


36 




Total 






432 


Total 


324 


Texas: 

Guvmon 










270 
216 
108 
45 


76 


Gushing 


Miscellaneous 


117 




Total... 




Yale - 


193 




Tillman: 

Frederick . 








Total 


639 


135 




Grandfleld 


36 


Pittsburg: 


4 
27 
51 
6 
4 
288 
27 
18 


Miscellaneous 


36 




Total.. 




Haileyville 


207 




Tulsa: 

Bixby.. 




Kiowa .. . 




Krebs 


18 


McAlester 


Broken Arrow 

Collinsville 

Jenks 


45 


Quinton 


36 




27 






185 


Total 


425 


Skiatook 


113 




Tulsa 


8,360 
63 


Pontotoc: 


189 
9 
9 
9 


Miscellaneous . . 


Ada 


Total 




Allen 


8,847 


Rofif 


Wagoner: 




Miscellaneous 






32 


Total 


216 


Wagoner 


45 






6 




504 
36 
90 


Total 




Pottawatomie: 


83 


Shawnee 


Washington: 

Bartlesville 




Tecumseh 




Miscellaneous 







1,208 


Total 


630 


Dewev .. .. 


54 


Miscellaneous 






33 




27 
18 


Total 




Pushamataha: 


1,295 




Washita: 
Cordell 




Miscellaneous 






45 


Total 


45 




54 




Total 




iloger Mills: Miscellaneous 


9 


99 




Woods: 

Alva • 




Rogers: 

Chelsea 


54 
72 
9 


135 






Claremore 


23 


Miscellaneous 




Miscellaneous 




Total 








Total 


135 ! 


185 


Woodward: 

Woodward 




Seminole: 


27 
225 
270 


126 


Cromwell 




36 


Wewoka 


Total 






102 




State total 




Total... 


522 1 


37,497 







274 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table \\.— Individual returns by States and Territories— Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
19'£6— Continued 

OREGON 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Baker: 

Baker 


320 
133 


Hood River: 


228 


Miscellaneous 




35 




Total 




Total _. 


453 


263 




Jackson: 




Benton: 

Corvalis- _ _ 


243 
24 


143 


Miscellaneous _. _ 




538 




Miscellaneous 






267 




Total 


Total 










24 
174 
260 
70 
31 
191 




Clackamas: 






Gladstone 


40 


Milwaukie 


Josephine: 

Grants Pass 




Oregon City 




Oswego - -. 




West Linn. 




Miscellaneous 








Miscellaneous 


Total -- 










750 


204 




Klamath: 

Klamath Falls. . . . . 




Clatsop: 

Astoria 


652 
76 
116 


651 


Miscellaneous 


227 




j Total. 




Miscellaneous - - - 






878 




844 


Lake: 

Lake view 












Columbia: 


49 

56 

94 

271 


115 


Clatskanie 


M iscellaneous 


38 




Total 




St. Helens 


153 




Lane: 








Total 


470 


120 




Eugene 






46 
101 
368 
107 
152 




Coos: 




46 


Bandon _. 




152 




Total 




Marshfield 


1 054 


North Bend 












147 




774 


Linn: 




Total 








Crook: 


48 
13 


196 






43 


Miscellaneous 


M iscellaneous 


59 




Total - 




• Total 


61 


298 




Malheur: 

Ontario... 




Curry : Miscellaneous 


36 






518 
39 


60 


Deschutes: 


M iscellaneous 


82 


Bend 


Total 




Miscellaneous. _ .. 


142 




Marion: 

Saleni . .. 




TotaK 


557 






254 
173 


802 


Douglas: 


Silverton . . . 


155 


Roseburg . . . . 


Woodburn . , . 


35 






Miscellaneous.. 


142 






427 


Total 




Total 


1,134 




Gilliam: 

Condon 


61 
58 


Morrow: 

Heppner 






70 




Miscellaneous 


34 




119 


Total 










104 




90 


Multnomah: 

Gresham 




Grant: Miscellaneous 









Harney: 


46 
32 


89 


Portland 


17, 074 




Miscellaneous 


200 




Total -. 




Total .. 


78 


17,363 









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275 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

OREGON— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Polk: 

Dallas 


78 
55 
66 


Wallowa: 

E nterpr ise 


69 




Miscellaneous . . 


91 




Total 








160 




199 


Wasco: 

The Dalles 










164 


321 






66 


Tillamook: 


133 
96 


Total 




387 




Washington: 
Forest Grove 








Total 


229 


92 






154 


Umatilla: 


56 
563 
392 


jVIiscellaneous 


245 




Total 






491 










29 


Total 


1,011 


Yamhill: 

McMinnville. -- 








30 
354 
31 

85 


158 


Elgin 




69 




Miscellaneous 


103 


Union 


Total 




330 




State total - 




Total 


500 


31, 047 









Adams: 

Gettysburg 


161 
51 
38 
89 


Allegheny— Continued. 

Harmarville 


42 






37 


McSherrvstown 


Hays -- 

Heidelberg _ 

Homestead .- 

Indianola 

Ingram 


72 


Miscellaneous 


36 




1 390 


Total 


339 


37 




190 


Allegheny: 


556 
455 
9 
2,030 
370 
292 

65 

1,205 

320 

42 
156 
925 
135 

13 
412 
740 
970 

53 
9 
1,160 
135 
952 
607 
105 
407 

42 
275 
135 
455 

61 
203 

42 

237 : 
6 1 


106 


Aspinwall 


Leetsdale . - .. 


91 


Avalon 


Lincoln Place - . . . 


64 


Bairdford 


McKeesport _ . . . . 


3,805 


Bellevue... . . . 




1,100 


Ben Avon 


Millvale 


597 


Brackenridge ._. _. ... 


5 


Brentwood 


Morgan 


42 


Braddock 


Mount Oliver . . . .. 


281 


Bridgeville- _ . . . . 


Munhall . . 


501 


Broughton 


Natrona 


250 


Carrick 




37 


Carnegie ._ 


North Braddock 


455 


Castle Shannon 


Oakdale 


90 


Chalfant 


Oakmont 


481 


Clairton.._ .■_... . 




370 


Coraopolis.. 


Pittsburgh- .... 


61,320 


Crafton.. 


Port Vue - . . 


20 


Cuddv-. 


Rankin ... 


170 


Curtisville 


Russellton 


60 


Dorniont 




1,157 


1 )ra vosburg 


Sharpsburg .. 


465 


Duiuesne . . _ . 


Springdale . . 


230 


East Pittsburgh 


St. Clair 


73 


East McKeesport 


Swissvale 


1,431 


Edge wood _ 


Tarentum 


876 


Edgeworth... .... 


Turtle Creek 


770 


Elizabeth 


Versailles . . 


56 


Enisworth 




280 


Etna 


Wall . 


42 


Glassmere 


West Homestead ........ 


110 






230 


Glenfield 


Wilmerding 


415 


Glenshaw 


Whitaker 


56 


Greentree.. 


Wilkinsburg 


4,212 



276 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 



19^6— Continued 



PENNSYLVANIA— Continued 



County and city 



Allegheny— Continued. 

Wilson 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Armstrong: 

Apollo 

Dayton 

Ford City 

Freeport 

Kaylor 

Kittanning 

Leechburg 

Parkers Landing. 

Sagamore 

Yatesboro... 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Beaver: 

Aliquippa 

Ambridge 

Beaver 

Beaver Falls... 

Bridgewater 

College Hill.... 

Conway 

Freedom 

Midland 

Monaca 

New Brighton. 

Rochester 

Woodlawn 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Bedford: 

Bedford 

Everett 

Hyndman 

Saxton 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



Berks: 

Birdsboro 

Boyertown 

Fleetwood 

Hamburg 

Kutztown 

Mohnton 

Mount Penn 

Reading 

Robesonia 

Shillington 

Singing Springs. 

Topton 

West Reading... 

Womelsdorf 

Wyomissiug 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Blair: 

Altoona 

liellwaod 

Duncansville 

Hollidaysburg.- 

Juniata 

Martinsburg 

Roaring Spring. 
Tyrone 



135 
4,779 



100,545 



218 

21 

370 

180 

7 

565 

326 

32 

11 

28 

381 



2,139 



136 

962 

681 

1,150 

25 

72 

72 

180 

370 

285 

678 

555 

1,252 

564 



6,982 



128 
68 
7 
39 
76 



318 



160 
210 

81 
180 
115 

55 

78 
6,149 

40 
183 
135 

29 
243 

41 

477 

1,054 



9,236 



3,376 
84 
33 
304 
215 
32 
64 
368 



County and city 



Blair — Continued. 
Williamsburg.. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Bradford: 

Athens 

Canton , 

Sayre 

South Waverly. 

Towanda 

Troy 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Bucks: 

Bristol 

Doylestown... 

Langhorne 

Morrisville 

New Hope 

Newtown 

Perkasie 

Quakertown.. 

Sellers ville 

Yardley 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Butler: 

Butler 

Chicora 

Evans City... 

Lyndora 

Mars 

Sarver 

Zelienople 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cambria: 

Barnes boro 

Beaverdale 

Blandburg 

Carrolltown 

Colver 

Conemaugh 

Cresson... 

Dale 

Dunlo 

East Conemaugh.. 

Ebensburg 

Elmora 

Expedit 

Ferndale 

Franklin Borough. 

Gallitzin 

Hastings 

Johnstown... 

Lilly 

Marsteller 

Nanty-Glo 

Patton 

Portage 

Scalp Level 

South Fork 

Spangler 

Vintondale 

Westmont 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



277 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

PENNSYLVANIA— Continued 



County and city 



Cameron: 

Emporium 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Carbon: 

Beaver Meadow 

East Mauch Chunk. 

Lansford 

Lehighton 

Mauch Chunk 

Nesquehoning 

Palmerton 

Summit Hill 

Weatherly 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Center: 

Bellefont 

Philipsburg... 
State College- 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Chester: 

Coatesville. 

Downingtown... 
Kennett Square. 

Malvern 

Oxford 

Parkesburg 

Phoenixville 

Spring City 

West Chester... 

West Grove 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Clarion: 

Clarion.. 

East Brady 

New Bethlehem. 

Rimersbm-g 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Clearfield: 

Clearfield 

Coalport 

Curwensville.. 

Du Bois 

Falls Creek... 

Grass Flat 

Houtzdale 

Irvona... 

Madera 

Osceola Mills.. 

Ramey 

Sabula 

Tyler.. 

Winburne 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Clinton: 

Avis 

Flemington... 
Lock Haven.. 

Mill Hall 

Renovo 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 



149 
37 



186 



32 
235 
452 
331 
245 
280 
169 
174 

77 
211 



2,206 



162 
399 
124 
147 



832 



620 

235 

176 

86 

94 

53 

501 

154 

697 

39 

883 



3,538 



137 

29 

394 



844 



465 
48 
56 

550 
32 
36 
89 
21 
19 
87 
11 
5 
5 
24 

317 



1,765 



10 

7 

353 

24 
298 

50 



County and city 



Columbia: 

Berwick. 

Bloomsburg... 

Catawissa 

Centralia 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Crawford: 

Cambridge Springs. 

Linesville 

Meadville 

Titusville.- 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Cumberland: 

Camp Hill 

Carlisle 

Lemoyne 

Mechanicsburg 

Mount Holly Springs. 

New Cumberland 

Newville 

Shippensburg 

West Fairview 

Miscellaneous 



Number 
of returns 



Total 

Dauphin: 

Elizabethville.. 

Harrisburg 

Highspire 

Hummelstown. 

Lykens 

Middletown 

Millersburg 

Penbrook 

Royalton 

Steelton 

Williamstown.. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Delaware: 

Aldan. 

Chester 

Clifton Heights.. 

Collingdale. 

Colwyn 

Darby 

East Lansdowne 

Eddystone. 

Glenolden 

Lansdowne 

Marcus Hook 

Media.- 

Morton 

Norwood 

Prospect Park (Moore). 

Ridley Park 

Sharon Hill. 

Swarthmore 

Trainer 

Upland 

Yeadon 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Elk: 



Johnsonburg. 
Ridgway 

St. Marys 



212 
191 
56 
53 
45 



557 



64 
42 
782 
408 
378 

1,674 



164 
458 
111 
195 

16 
145 

22 
109 

29 
166 



1,415 



20 

4,915 

41 

96 

92 

160 

76 

55 

9 

310 

156 

306 



6,236 



143 

2,261 

120 

160 

43 
?40 
132 

43 
216 
1,565 
133 
496 

60 
195 
216 
316 
130 
545 
5 

34 

93 
6,045 



13,211 



175 
307 
299 



278 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Indiridual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
disfributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Coniiuued 

PENNSYLVANIA— Continued 



County and city 



Elk— Continued. 

Wilcox 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Erie: 

Albion 

Corry 

Erie 

Girard 

North East 

Union City. 

Wesley ville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Fayette: 

Belle Vernon 

Brownsfield 

Brownsville 

Chestnut Ridge 

Connellsville.- 

Dunbar 

Everson 

Fairchance 

Fayette City 

Grays Landing 

La Belle 

Lemont Furnace. .. 

Martin 

Masontown. _ 

Mount Braddock._ 

Mount Sterling 

New Salem 

Oliver. 

Orient 

Point Marion 

Republic 

Ronco 

Smock 

South Brownsville. 
South Connellsville 

Star Junction 

Uledi 

Uniontown .__ 

Vanderbilt 

West Leisenring 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Forest: 

Marienville 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Franklin: 

Chanibersburg 

Greencastle 

Mercersburg 

Waynesboro 

Miscellaneous. • 

Total ..... 

Fulton: Miscellaneous. 

Creene: 

Nemacolin 

Waynesburg 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



19 
215 



1,015 



77 

297 

5,970 

97 
195 
137 

91 
249 



7,113 



279 
36 

346 
8 

837 
79 
63 
66 

107 
5 
6 
12 
7 

193 
11 
5 
66 
11 
12 
98 

101 
23 
39 

301 
27 
38 
25 
1,967 
38 
36 

845 



5,687 



484 
70 
63 

355 
82 



1,054 



31 

372 
341 



744 



County and eity 



Huntingdon: 

Huntingdon 

Mount Union.. 
Miscellaneous. - 

Total 

Indiana: 

Arcadia 

Black Lick 

Blairsville 

Clymer 

Cilen Campbell 

Heilwood 

Homer City 

Indiana 

Iselin 

Josephine 

Rossiter 

Saltsburg 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Jefferson: 

.\nita 

Big Run 

Broekway ville. 

Brookvillc 

Conifer 

Punxsutawney. 

Rathmel 

Re ynolds ville. - 
Summer ville... 

Sykesville 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Juniata: 

MiflBintown 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Lackawanna: 

Archbald 

Blakely 

Carbondale 

Clarks Summit 

Dickson 

Dunmore 

Jermyn 

Jessup 

Mayfield 

Minooka 

Moosic 

Moscow.. 

Old Forge 

Olyphant 

Pcckville .- 

Pershing 

Scranton .- 

Taylor. __ 

Throop 

Vandling 

Winton 

Miscellaneous. - 

Total 

Lancaster: 

Columbia 

Denver. _ 

Klizabethtown. 

Ephrata 

Lancaster 



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279 



Table 11. — Indwidual returns btj States and Territories — Number of returns 

distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926— Contmwed 

I'ENNSYLVANIA— C intinued 



County and city 



Lancaster — Continued. 

Lititz-- 

Manheim. 

Marietta 

Mount Joy 

New Holland 

Miscellaneous 



TotaL 



Lawrence: 

Bessemer 

Ellwood City. 
New Castle... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total ■-- 



Lebanon: 

Lebanon 

Myerstown 

Palmyra 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lehigh: 

Allentown 

Bethlehem 2... 
Catasauqua... 

Coplay 

Emaus 

Slatington 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



Luzerne: 

Ashley 

Avoca 

Dorranceton 

Duryea.. 

Dupont.. 

Edwardsville 

Exeter 

Forty Fort 

Freeland 

Glen Lyon 

Hazeltnn 

Huf^hestown 

Kingston 

L:irksville 

Luzerne 

Miners Mills 

Nanticoke 

Nescopeek 

Parsons 

Pittston 

Plains 

Plymouth 

Pringle 

rihickshinney 

Sugar Notch 

Swoyersville 

Warrior Run. . _ 
West Hazeltdn 
West Pilts((/n._ 
West Wyoming. 

White Haven 

W lilies- Biirre.... 

^Vyolning 

Miscellaneous... 



Total . 



Lycoming: 

Hughesville.. 
.Jersey Shore. 



2 S(e footnote on p. 



Number 
c I returns 



175 
152 

7.5 
115 

57 
743 



5,452 



87 

976 

2,881 

380 



4,324 



895 
109 
131 
275 



1,410 



4,298 
146 
272 
89 
155 
154 
310 



308 
244 
103 
127 
166 
183 

26 
153 
123 
227 
895 

24 
781 
148 
158 
128 
629 

48 
230 
857 
224 
479 

21 
105 
185 

44 

26 
103 
412 

85 

148 

,, 5:?3 

82 
860 



County and city 



Lycoming— Continued. 

Montgomery 

Montoursville 

Muncy _ 

Newberry 

Williamsport 

Miscellaneous 



42 
433 



Total. 



McKean: 

Betula 

Bradford 

Eldred 

Hazel Hurst... 

Kane 

Mount Jewett. 
Port Allegany. 

Smethport 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Mercer: 

Farrell 

Greenville 

Grove City 

Mercer 

Sharon... 

Sharpsville 

Stoneboro.- 

West Middlesex. 

Wheatland 

Miscellaneous... 



Number 
of returns 



Total. 



Mifflin: 

Burnham 

Lewistov.-n 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Monroe: 

East Stroudsburg. 

Stroudsburg. 

Tobyhanna 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Montgomery: 

.\mbler 

Bridgeport. 

Conshohocken 

East Greenville 

Hatboro 

Jenkinlown 

Lansdale 

Narberth. 

Norristown 

North Wales 

Pennsburg 

Potlstown 

Hockledge. 

Koyersford 

Souderton 

West Conshohocken. 
Miscellaneous.- 



Total. 



Montour: 

Danville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



14S 



280 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 

distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1 926 — Continued 

PENNSYLVANIA— Continued 



County and city 



Northampton: 

Bangor 

Bath 

Bethlehem 2 

Easton 

Hellertown 

Nazareth 

North Catasauqua. 

Northampton 

Pen Argyl 

Roseto 

Walnutport 

West Easton 

Wind Gap 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Northumberland: 

Kulpmont 

Locust Gap 

Marion Heights 

Milton 

Mount Carmel 

Northampton Heights . 

Northumberland 

Shamokin -. 

Sunbury 

Watsontown 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Perry: 

Dnncannon... 

Marysville 

Newport 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Philadelphia: Philadelphia. 

Pike: 

Matamoras _ 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Potter: 

Austin 

Coudersport.- 

Galeton 

Shinglehouse.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Schuylkill: 

Ashland 

Coaldale 

Cressona 

Delano 

Frackville.- 

Gilberton... 

Qirardville 

Gordon 

Lost Creek 

McAdoo 

Mahanoy City 

2 Bethlehem; 
Counties— 

Lehigh.. 

Northampton. 



Number 
of returns 



113 

62 

2,249 

2,267 

57 

269 

45 

220 

117 

16 

30 

36 

10 



5,571 



93 
95 
18 

249 

515 
32 

207 

1,213 

1,012 

95 

206 



3,735 



204 



96, 340 



28 
52 
63 
21 
60 

224 



235 

109 
34 
32 

150 
48 

If? 
29 
21 
59 

472 



County and city 



Schuylkill— Continued. 

Minersville. 

New Philadelphia (Silver Creek). 

Orwigsburg 

Palo Alto 

Pine Grove 

Port Carbon 

Pottsville 

St. Clair 

Schuylkill Haven 

Shenandoah 

Tamaqua 

Tower City 

Tremont 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Snyder: 

Selinsgrove 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Somerset: 

Berlin 

Boswell 

Central 

Confluence 

Holsopple 

Hooversville 

Jenners 

Jerome 

Macdonaldton. 

Meyersdale 

Paint Creek — 

Rock wood 

Somerset 

Windber 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Sullivan: 

Mildred 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Susquehanna: 
Forest City... 

Hallstead 

Montrose 

Oakland 

Susquehanna. - 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Tioga: 

Blossburg 

Elkland 

Mansfield 

Wellsboro 

Westfield 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Number 

of returns 

146 

2, 249 



Total. 



2,395 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



281 



Table 11.— Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
i5^6— Continued 

PENNSYLVANIA— Continued 



County and city 



Union: 

Lewisburg 

MifHinburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Venango: 

Emlenton 

Franklin 

Oil City 

Polk 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Warren: 

Kinzua 

Sheffield 

Tidioute 

Warren 

Youngsville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Washington: 

Allenport 

Bentleyville 

Bulger 

Burgettstpwn 

California --. 

Canonsburg 

Cecil 

Centerville 

Charleroi 

Cherry Valley 

Claysville 

Cokeburg 

Daisytown - 

Donora 

East Washington. 

Ellsworth 

Fredericktown.-. 

Houston 

McDonald 

Mariana 

Meadow Lands.. 

Millsboro 

Monongahela 

New Eagle 

North Charleroi.. 

Roscoe 

Vestaburg 

Washington 

West Brownsville 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wayne: 

Hawley 

Honesdale 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



205 



97 

789 

1,439 

15 

264 

2,604 



21 
85 
51 

961 
41 

236 



41 

109 

17 

136 

227 

645 

46 

41 

683 

22 

46 

10 

59 

700 

32 

20 

50 

91 

227 

5 

14 

11 

550 

25 

90 

86 

93 

1,960 

108 

1,274 



7,418 



80 
180 



County and city 



346 



Westmoreland: 

Arnold 

Avonmore. 



Claridge 

Crab Tree 

Darragh.__ 

Derry 

East Vandergrift 

Export 

Greensburg 

Irwin 

Jeannette 

Larimer 

Latrobe 

Ligonier 

Mammoth 

Manor 

Monessen 

Mount Pleasant 

New Kensington 

North Belle Vernon... 

Parnassus. 

Penn 

Pricedale 

Scottdale 

Southwest 

Southwest Greensburj 

South Greensburg 

Trafford 

Trauger 

Vandergrift 

Webster 

Wendel _ _ _ 

West Newton. 

Youngwood 

Yukon 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Wyoming: 

Tunkhannock. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



York: 

Dallastown 

Glen Rock 

Hanover 

Red Lion 

Spring Grove. 
Wrightsville.. 

York 

Miscellaneous. 



Number 
of returns 



Total 

State total. 



279 
38 
11 
32 
11 
15 

174 
25 

136 
1,378 

465 

598 
28 

651 
92 
16 
87 

857 

371 

880 
12 

279 
36 
13 

434 
23 

156 
13 

147 
8 

514 
41 
11 

198 

87 

27 

1,374 



9,517 



71 

36 

387 

212 

48 

43 

2,645 

374 



3,816 



397, 575 



RHODE ISLAND 



Bristol: 

Barrington 


170 
291 
194 


Kent: 

East Greenwich... 

Warwick 


301 


Bristol. 


436 


Warren 


West Warwick . 


461 




Total -. 




Total 


655 


1, 198 









282 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

RHODE ISLAND— Continued 



County and city 



Newport: 

Jamestown 

Little Compton_.. 

Middletown 

Newport 

New Shoreham... 

Portsmouth 

Tiverton 

Total 

Providence: 

Burrillville 

Central Falls 

Cranston -.. 

Cumberland 

East Providence.. 

Foster 

Gloucester 

Johnston 

Lincoln 

North Providence 
North Smithfleld. 



Number 
of returns 



28 

4 

125 

1,299 

6 

30 

27 



1,519 



272 

504 

1,688 

388 

826 

12 

23 

54 

105 

220 

48 



County and city 



Providence — C ontinued . 

Pa wtucket _ 

Providence 

Scituate 

Smithfleld 

Woonsocket 

Total 

Washington: 

C harlesto wn 

Exeter 

Hopkinton 

Narragansett 

North Kingston 

Richmond 

South Kingston 

Westerly 

Total 

State total 



Number 
of returns 



2,551 

13,503 

17 

37 

1,586 



21, 834 



61 
179 
102 
227 

485 



1,156 



26, 362 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



Abbeville: 

Abbeville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total -. 



Aiken: 

Aiken 

Graniteville 

Langley 

North Augusta- 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total- 



Allendale: 

Allendale 

Fairfax 

Miscellaneous. 



130 
39 



169 



142 
16 
15 
28 
48 



Total 


49 






Anderson: 


297 


Belton 


43 




22 




21 


Pendleton - _ 


13 


Williamston 


6 
17 






Total - ... 


419 






Bamberg: 


49 




25 


Miscellaneous 


16 






Total 


90 






Barnwell: 


31 




18 


M iscellaneous _ 

Total 


32 

81 






Beaufort: 

Beaufort 


76 




59 


Total 


135 



Berkeley: Miscellaneous. 



Calhoun: 

Saint Matthews. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Charleston: 

Charleston 

Edisto Island 

Johns Island 

Meggett 

Moultrieville 

Mount Pleasant. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Cherokee: 

Blacksburg 

Oaffney 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Chester: 

Chester 

Great Falls.. .. 
Miscellaneous. 

■ Total 



Chesterfield: 

Cheraw 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Clarendon: 

Manning 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Colleton: 

Walterboro... 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



49 



2,497 
10 
22 
22 
14 
18 
55 



2.638 



18 
125 
10 



153 



154 
24 
14 



192 



109 
30 



80 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



283 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

SOUTH CAROLINA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Darlington: 


1.38 
159 
27 


Jasper: Miscellaneous 


24 


Darlington. 


Kershaw: 




Hartsville 




Miscellaneous 


103 




Kershaw 




324 




Total 


Miscellaneous.. 


9 


Dillon. 


104 
40 
35 


Total 


141 


Dillon 


Lancaster: 




Latta. 




Miscellaneous 


69 




Miscellaneous 




179 


7 


Total 


Total 






76 


Dorchester: 

Saint George 


22 
104 
13 


Laurens: 


Summerville 


108 
85 
17 


Miscellaneous 


Laurens . 




139 


Miscellaneous 


Total 


Total 






210 


Edgefield: 

Edgefield— 


26 
15 
17 


Lee: 


Johnston 


49 
9 


Miscellaneous... 


Miscellaneous 




58 


Total 


Total 


58 


Fairfield: 

Winnsboro 


66 
39 


Lexington: 

Batesburg 


28 




Leesville 


4 




Lexington 


22 


Total 


105 


New Brookland 


17 




Miscellaneous . . 


19 


Florence: 
Florence 


536 
49 
34 
50 


Total 




90 




McCormick: 




Timmonsville 


25 


Miscellaneous .. 


Miscellaneous 








669 


Total 




Total 


33 


Oeorgetown: 
Andrews 


38 
125 

7 


Marion: 

Marion 


85 


Georgetown 


Mullins 


57 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 


11 




Total.. 




Total 


170 


153 




Marlboro: 

Bennettsville . 




Greenville: 


20 
1,409 
73 
13 
25 


110 




Clio 










McColl 




Greer 




Miscellaneous . . 










Total 




Miscellaneous 






175 


Total 


1,540 


Newberry: 


■■ 




136 


Greenwood: 


252 
23 
24 


Whitmire 


19 


Greenwood 




42 




Total 




Miscellaneous 


197 








Total 


299 


Oconee: 

Newry 






3 


Hampton: 

Estill 


17 
16 
35 




33 


Walhalla 


18 


Westminster 




Varnville 




Miscellaneous 




Miscellaneous 




Total 








Total 


68 


79 






Horrv: 


76 
12 


Orangeburg; 

Branchville . - 


18 


Conway . . 




246 


Miscellaneous . 


Miscellaneous 


74 








Total 


88 


Total 


338 









91073—28- 



-19 



284 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

SOUTH CAROLINA— Continued 



County and city 



Pickens: 

Easley... 

Liberty. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Richland: 

Columbia 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Saluda: 

Saluda.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Spartanburg: 

Clifton... 

Converse 

Cowpens- 

Enoree 

Spartanburg 

WoodrufT 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Aurora: 

Plankinton , 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Beadle: 

Huron 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bennett: Miscellaneous 

Bon Homme: 

Scotland 

Tyndall 

Miscellaneous 

TotaL- 

Brookings: 

Brookings 

Elkton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Brown: 

Aberdeen... 

Qroton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Brule: 

Chamberlain. 

Kimball 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Buffalo: Miscellaneous. 



Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


29 
12 
31 


Sumter: 

Sumter 

Miscellaneous 


347 
41 


Total 


388 


72 


Union: 

Buffalo 

Jonesville 

Lockhart 

Union 






1,869 
21 


1 

6 

8 

101 




Miscellaneous 








1,890 


Total . 






13 

7 




Williamsburg: 
Kingstree 




52 


Miscellaneous . . 


28 


20 


Total 




80 


7 
3 
2 
6 

934 
17 

127 


York: 

Clover 




18 


Fort Mill 


24 


Rock Hill 


225 


York 


58 


Miscellaneous 


17 


Total 




342 


State total. 




1,097 


13,809 







SOUTH DAKOTA 



520 
173 



693 
1 



134 



159 
17 
45 



221 



1,194 
25 
92 



1,311 



125 
6 



Butte: 

Belle Fourche. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 

Campbell: Miscellaneous. 

Charles Mix: 

Geddes 

Lake Andes 

Platte 

Wagner — 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Clark: 

Clark 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



Clay: 

Vermilion 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Codington: 

Watertown — 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Corson: 

Mcintosh 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Custer: Miscellaneous. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



285 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

SOUTH DAKOTA— Continued 



County and city 



Davison: 

Mitchell 

Miscellaneous 

Total--- - 

Day: 

Waubay 

Webster - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Deuel: 

Clear Lake 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dewey: Miscellaneous. 

Douglas: 

Armour--- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Edmunds: 

Ipswich 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Fall River: 

Edgemont 

Hot Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Faulk: Miscellaneous... 

Grant: 

Milbank.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Gregory: 

Dallas 

Gregory 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Haakon: 

Phillip 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hamlin: Miscellaneous - 

Hand: 

Miller - 

Miscellaneous 

Total.- --.. 

Hanson: 

Alexandria 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Harding: Miscellaneous 



Number 
of returns 



493 
17 



78 

121 

16 



85 



115 



52 



County and city 



Hughes: 

Pierre.-- .. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hutchinson: 

Parkston 

Tripp 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hyde: 

Highmorc-- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jackson: Miscellaneous 

Jerauld: 

Wessington Springs 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jones; Miscellaneous.-. 

Kingsbury: 

De Smet 

Lake Preston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lake: 

Madison.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lawrence: 

Deadwood 

Lead 

Spearflsh - 

M iscellaneous 

Total - - 

Lincoln: 

Canton 

Lennox 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lyman: Miscellaneous. 

McCook: 

Bridgewater , 

Salem 

Miscellaneous , 

Total 

McPherson: 

Eureka 

M iscellaneous , 

Total 

Marshall: 

Britton _. 

Miscellaneous.- 

Total -. 



Number 
of returns 



103 



36 



35 
38 
117 



199 

52 



144 

818 

52 

53 



1,067 



286 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

SOUTH DAKOTA— Continued 



County and city 



Meade: 

Sturgis 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Mellette: Miscellaneous 

Miner: 

Howard 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Minnehaha: 

Dell Rapids 

Sioux Falls 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Moody: 

Flandreau 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pennington: 

Rapid City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Perkins: 

Lemmon 

M iscellaneous. 

Total 

Potter: 

Gettysburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Roberts: 

Sisseton 

M iscellaneous. 

Total 

Sanborn: 

Woonsocket 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Anderson: 

Briceville 

Clinton 

Coal Creek 

M iscellaneous 

Total.- 

Bedford: 

Shelbyville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Benton: Miscellaneous.. 



Number 
of returns 



65 

1,905 

135 



2,105 



78 



323 
52 



375 



78 



47 



County and city 



Shannon: Miscellaneous. 

Spink: 

Redfleld 

M iscellaneous. 



Total- 



Stanley: 

Fort Pierre 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Sully: Miscellaneous.. 
Todd: Miscellaneous. 

Tripp: 

Winner 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Turner: 

C enter viHe 

Parker 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Union: 

Beresford 

Elk Point 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Walworth: 

Mobridge 

Miscellaneous. 

Total-. 



Washabaugh: Miscellaneous. 
Washington: Miscellaneous.. 

Yankton: 

Yankton 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Ziebach: Miscellaneous. 
State total.. 



TENNESSEE 



63 



100 
11 



Bledsoe: Miscellaneous. 

Blount: 

Alcoa 

Maryville 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Bradley: 

Cleveland 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



287 



Table 11.— Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
19B6— Continued 

TENNESSEE— Continued 



County and city 



Campbell: 

Jellico _- 

Lafollette 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



C annon: Miscellaneous 


4 


Carroll: 

Huntingdon 

McKenzie 


16 
36 


Miscellaneous. 


18 


Total 


70 






Carter: 

Elizabethton 


43 


Miscellaneous 


12 






Total 


55 






Cheatham: Miscellaneous 


10 


Chester: 

Henderson. ... 


15 


Miscellaneous _ 


1 






Total. 


16 






Claiborne: Miscellaneous 


26 


Clay: Miscellaneous 


2 


Cocke: 

Newport 


72 


Miscellaneous . . 


12 






Total 


84 






Coffee: 

Manchester 


6 


Tullahoma 


74 






Total.. 


80 






Crockett: 

Bells 


13 


Miscellaneous 


21 






Total. 


34 






C umberland : M iscellaneous 


24 






Davidson: 

Goodlettsville 


10 


Nashville 


7,200 

47 


Old Hickory 


Miscellaneous 


124 






Total 


7,381 




Decatur: M iscellaneous 

De Kalb: Miscellaneous 


2 
8 


Dickson: '. 
Dickson 


50 


Miscellaneous ' 


7 


Total 1 


57 






Dyer: ! 

Dyersburg.. 

Newbern 


242 
25 


Miscellaneous 


7 






Total 


274 







County and city 



Number 
I of returns 



Fayette: 

Somerville. . 


21 


Miscellaneous .. . . . 


50 






Total 


71 






Fentress: Miscellaneous .. 


30 






Franklin: 

Decherd.. 


19 


Winchester 


48 


Miscellaneous 


87 






Total 


154 






Gibson: 

Dyer 


10 


Humboldt 


84 


Milan.. 


34 


Trenton 


37 


Miscellaneous .... 


7 






Total.. 


172 






Giles: 

Pulaski 


75 


M iscellaneous 


17 






Total 


92 






Grainger: Miscellaneous 


6 






Greene: 

Oreeneville ... . .. . 


142 


Miscellaneous . . . 


9 






Total 


151 






Grundy: 

Tracy City 


22 


M iscellaneous 


18 






Total 


40 






Hamblen: 

M orristown 


141 




5 






Total 


146 






Hamilton: 


4,728 


St. Elmo 


58 


Soddy 


18 




187 






Total 


4,991 






1 






Hardeman: 

Bolivar . . 


13 


Miscellaneous . 


22 






Total 


35 






Hardin: Miscellaneous 


27 


Hawkins: 

Bullsgap 


16 


Rogers ville 


40 


Miscellaneous 


19 






Total 


75 







288 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

TENNESSEE— Continued 



County and city 



Haywood: 

Brownsville... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Henderson: Lexington. 

Henry: 

Paris 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Hickman: Miscellaneous. 
Houston: Miscellaneous.. 



Humphreys: 

Waverly 

Miscellaneous. 



Total.. 

Jackson: Miscellaneous. 



Jefferson: 

Jeflerson City. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Johnson: Miscellaneous. 

Knox: 

Knoxville 

Mascot 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Lake: 

Tiptonville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lauderdale: 

Halls 

Ripley 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lawrence: 

Lawrenceburg. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total 

Lewis: Miscellaneous. 

Lincoln: 

Fayetteville 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Loudon: 

Lenoir City... 

Loudon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

McMinn: 

Athefis 

Englewood 

Etowah 



Number 
of returns 



146 
9 



25 



162 
6 



50 



3,600 
22 
195 



3,817 



118 



104 
25 



County and city 



McMinn — Continued. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



McNairy: Miscellaneous. 
Macon: Miscellaneous 



Madison: 

Jackson 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Marion: 

South Pittsburg. 

Whitwell 

Miscellaneous... 



Total- 



Marshall: 

Chapel Hill... 

Lewisburg 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Maury: 

Columbia. 

Mount Pleasant. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Monroe: 

Sweetwater 

Tellico Plains. 
Miscellaneous. 



lotai 


DO 


Montgomery: 


377 




1 






Total 


378 








2 






Morgan: 


39 


Petros 


2 


Miscellaneous . .. - 


15 






Total 


56 






Obion: 


11 


Union City . 


105 


Miscellaneous 


41 






Total 


157 






Overton: 


27 




9 






Total . 


36 








7 






Polk: 


47 




22 




20 






Total . 


89 







STATISTICS OF INCOME 



289 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

TENNESSEE— Continued 



County and city 



Putnam: 

Cookeville 

Monterey 

Miscellaneous. 



Total- 



Rhea: 

Dajion 

Spring City... 
Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Roane: 

Harriman 

Rock wood 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Robertson: 

Springfield 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Rutherford: 

Murfreesboro- 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Scott: Miscellaneous.. 
Sequatchie: Dunlap... 
Sevier: Miscellaneous. 

Shelby: 

Binghampton 

Memphis 

Normal 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Smith: Miscellaneous... 
Stewart: Miscellaneous. 

Sumner: 

Gallatin 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Sullivan: 

Bristol 

Kingsport 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 



100 
68 
14 



182 



204 
31 



235 



190 
14 



6 

10, 700 

26 

152 



10,884 



102 



329 
250 



588 



County and city 



Tipton: 

Covington 

Miscellaneous. 



Total.. 

Trousdale: Hartsville. 

Unicoi: 

Erwin. 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Van Buren: Miscellaneous. 



Warren: 

McMinnville. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Washington: 

Johnson City. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Wayne: Miscellaneous. 

Weakley: 

Dresden.. 

Greenfield 

Martin... 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



White: 

Sparta 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Williamson: 

Franklin 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Wilson: 

Lebanon 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

State total. 



Number 
of returns 



107 
12 



125 
2 



127 

1 



489 
39 



103 



120 
25 



145 



63 



71 



33, 667 



TEXAS 



Anderson: 

Elkhart... 

Palestine 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Andrews: Miscellaneous 

Angelina: 

Keltys 

Lufkin 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



4 

313 
14 



331 
3 



19 
193 
29 



241 



Aransas: Rockport 

Archer: Miscellaneous 

Armstrong: Miscellaneous 

Atascosa: 

Pleasanton 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Austin: 

Bellville 

Sealy.- 

Wallis. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



20 

177 
54 



53 



290 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 



Bailey: Miscellaneous... 
Bandera: Miscellaneous. 

Bastrop: 

Bastrop. 

Elgin 

Smithville 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Baylor: 

Seymour 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Bee: 



Beeville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Bell: 

Bartlett 

Belton 

Killeen. 

Rogers 

Temple 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Bexar: 

Fort Sam Houston. 

San Antonio 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Blanco: Miscellaneous. 
Borden: Miscellaneous. 



Bosque: 

Clifton. 

Meridian 

Walnut Springs. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Bowie: 

Texarkana 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Brazoria: 

Alvin 

Angleton. 
Damon. 



Number 
of returns 



42 

70 

125 

14 



251 



38 
94 
7 
20 
550 
31 



740 



135 

8,242 

75 



8,452 



58 



Freeport 


150 


Velasco 


9 


West Columbia 


75 


Miscellaneous 


40 






Total 


374 






Brazos: 

Bryan 


253 


Miscellaneous 


23 






Total 


276 






Brewster: 

Alpine 


75 


Miscellaneous .. 


26 






Total 


101 







County and city 



Briscoe: Miscellaneous. 
Brooks: Falfurrias 



Brown: 

Brownwood... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Burleson: 

Caldwell 

Somerville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



Burnet: Miscellaneous. 

Caldwell: 

Lockhart.. 

Luling 

Miscellaneous 



Total 


613 






Calhoun: 

Port Lavaca 


30 


Miscellaneous 


12 


Total 


42 






Callahan: 

Baird 


70 


Miscellaneous 


140 






Total 


210 






Cameron: 

Brownsville 


627 


Harlingen 


350 


San Benito . . . 


300 


Miscellaneous 


100 






Total 


1,377 






Camp: 

Pittsburg 


45 


Miscellaneous 


3 






Total 


48 






Carson: Miscellaneous. .. 


238 






Cass: 

Atlanta 


41 


Miscellaneous 


29 






Total 


70 






Castro: Miscellaneous 


10 


Chambers: Miscellaneous 


36 






Cherokee: 

Alto 


15 


Jacksonville 


144 


Rusk 


35 


Miscellaneous 


15 






Total 


209 






Childress: 

Childress 


177 


Miscellaneous 


1 






Total 


178 






Clay: 

Henrietta 


72 


M iscellaneous 


31 






Total 


103 







STATISTICS OF INCOME 



291 



Tablk 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

T E X A S— C ontinued 



County and city 

• 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Coke: Miscellaneous - 


30 


Dallam: 
Dalhart 






110 




158 
53 
26 


Miscellaneous 


7 




Total 




Santa Anna . 


117 




Dallas: 

Dallas 








Total 


237 


15, 915 






35 

17 


Collin: 


18 
42 
193 
47 
54 


Grand Prairie -. . 






33 


Farmersville -.. 


Miscellaneous 


60 




Total 




Piano 


16, 060 








52 


Total 


354 


Deaf Smith: 

Hereford-- ------ 








Collinsworth: 


63 
11 


63 


Wellington 




2 




Total 






65 


Total 


74 


Delta: 

Cooper. 










79 
120 

75 
42 


40 


Columbus - 




10 




Total .. 




Weimar 


50 




Denton: 
Denton 








Total 


316 


208 








Comal: 


310 
3 


Sanger -- 


19 


New Braunfels 




43 




Total 






294 


Total 


313 


De Witt: 

Cuero .. . 










32 

37 

6 


182 


Comanche 




95 


De Leon 




40 




Total 






317 


Total 


75 


Dickens: 








Concho: Miscellaneous 


46 


50 






5 




245 
22 


Total ... 


Gainesvihe 


55 




Dimmit: 








Total 


267 


27 






44 


Coryell: 

Gates ville.- 


34 

8 


Total 


71 




Donley: 








Total 


42 


167 






21 


Cottle' 


51 
2 


Total 


Paducah 


188 




Duval: 








Total 


53 








39 


Crockett: Ozona 


69 






114 


Crosby: 

Ralls... . 


21 
29 


Eastland: 
Cisco 






Miscellaneous 


280 






22 


Total 


50 




233 






30 


Culberson: Miscellaneous 


14 


Olden 


22 




Ranger 


195 



292 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 

• 


Number 
of returns 


Eastland — Continued. 

Bising Star - 


70 
19 


Fort Bend: 

Richmond.. 


115 


Miscellaneous 


Rosenberg 


75 






60 


Total 


871 


Miscellaneous 


98 




Total 




Ector: Odessa 


39 
97 


348 




Franklin: 

Mount Vernon 








EUis: 


140 
22 
34 
16 

233 
55 


18 


Ennis 


Miscellaneous 


1 




Total 




Italy 


19 




Freestone: 

Teague. 




Waxahachie 




Miscellaneous 


27 






145 


Total 


500 




25 




Total- 




EI Paso: 


3,724 
50 
146 


197 




Frio: 

Pearsall .... 




Fort Bliss 


37 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous .. 


29 




Total . 




Total 


3,920 


66 




Gaines: Miscellaneous 




Erath: 


44 

53 

27 

6 


8 


Dublin 


Galveston: 

Galveston. 




Stephen ville - 




Thurber 


3,236 




League City 


14 




Texas City 


100 


Total 


130 


Miscellaneous 


51 




Total 




Falls: 


15 

175 
78 
29 


3,401 


Lott 


Garza: 

Post 




Marlin 










Miscellaneous 










Total 








Total 


297 


37 


Gillespie: 

Fredericlisburg 






105 
31 
16 
27 
23 


114 


Bonham 


Miscellaneous 


16 




Total 




Ladonia .. 


130 




Glasscock: Miscellaneous 




Miscellaneous 


10 




Goliad: 
Goliad 




Total 


202 






60 


Fayette: 


50 
175 
85 
62 


Miscellaneous 


27 


Total 




La Orange 


87 




Gonzales: 




Miscellaneous - 






155 


Total 


372 


Nixon 


10 






49 


Fisher: 
Rotan 


43 

20 


Total 




214 




Gray: 

Pampa 








Total . 


63 


319 






57 


Floyd: 


79 
27 

1 


Total 




376 




Grayson: 




Miscellaneous 






333 


Total 


107 


Sherman 


473 






29 




50 

17 




18 


Crowell. 


Whitewright 


25 


Miscellaneous 


M iscellaneous 


32 




Total 






67 


910 









STATISTICS OF INCOME 



293 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distribxded by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 



Gregg: 

Longview 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Grimes: 

Navasota 

Miscellaneous- 
Total.- 



Guadalupe: 

Marion 

Seguin 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 



Hale: 

Plainview 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Hall: 



Memphis 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hamilton: 

Hamilton 

Hico 

Miscellaneous. 



Total.- 

Hansford: Miscellaneous. 

Hardeman: 

Chillicothe 

Quanah 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Hardin: 

Gray burg 

Saratoga 

Silsbee 

Sour Lake 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Harris: 

Goose Creek.. 

Harrisburg 

Houston 

Humble 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Harrison: 

Marshall 

Miscellaneous. 



Total ---. 

Hartley: Miseellaneous- 

Haskell: 

Haskell 

Rule-. - 

Miscellaneous 



Total, 



Number 
of returns 



156 
18 



200 
43 



243 



19 

225 

51 



210 
22 



232 



165 
22 



187 



67 

135 

10 



202 



7 

15 

100 

125 

29 



276 



235 

45 

14, 430 

125 

234 



15, 069 



345 
75 



County and city 



Hays: 

San Marcos-.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Hemphill: 

Canadian 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Henderson: 

Athens 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Hidalgo; 

Donna 

Edinburg 

McAllen 

Mercedes 

Mission 

Pharr.- 

San Juan 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hill: 

Hillsboro 

Hubbard 

Itasca 

Whitney 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Hood: 

Gran bury 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Hopkins: 

Sulphur Springs. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Houston: , 

Crockett 

Miscellaneous. 

Total - 



Howard: 

Big Springs... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Hudspeth : M iscellaneous . 

Hunt: 

Celeste 

Commerce 

Greenville 

Lone Oak-- 

Wolf City 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Hutchinson: Miscellaneous. 
Irion: Miscellaneous 



294 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. —Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 



Jack: 

Jacksboro 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jackson: 

Edna 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jasper: 

Jasper 

Kirbyville 

Miscellaneous- 



Total 

Jeff Davis: Miscellaneous. 

Jefferson: 

Beaumont 

Nederland 

Port Arthur 

Port Neches 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Jim Hogg: Miscellaneous. 

Jim Wells: 

Alice.. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Johnson: 

Alvarado 

Cleburne 

Grandview 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jones: 

Anson 

Hamlin 

Stamford 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Karnes: 

Karnes City.. 

Kenedy 

Runge 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Kaufman: 

Forney 

Kaufman 

Kemp-- 

Mabank 

Terrell 

Miscellaneous - 

Total 

Kendall: 

Boerne 

Comfort 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



136 



2,308 
50 

1,500 
30 
60 



3,948 



82 



18 

249 
18 
27 



62 

53 

135 

5 



255 



40 
150 
60 
42 



292 



40 
53 
17 
7 
243 
10 



370 



County and city 



Kenedy: Miscellaneous. 
Kent: Miscellaneous 



Kerr: 

Kerrville 

Legion 

Miscellaneous - 



Total 

Kimble: Miscellaneous _ 



Kinney: 

Brackettville-. 
Miscellaneous - 



Total- 



Kleberg: 

Kingsville 

Miscellaneous - 



Total 

Knox: Miscellaneous - 

Lamar: 

Paris 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Lamb: Miscellaneous- 

Lampasas: 

Lampasas 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



La Salle: 

Cotulla 

Miscellaneous - 

Total 



Lavaca: 

Hallettsville-- 

Moulton 

Shiner 

Yoakum 

Miscellaneous- 



Total- 



Lee: 



Giddings 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



Leon: 

Oakwood 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 



Liberty: 

Cleveland 

Daisetta 

Dayton -. 

Hull 

Liberty 

Miscellaneous. 

Total-. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



295 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Limestone: 

Cooledge - 


40 

125 
35 

750 
23 
4 


Menard: 

Menard 


56 




Miscellaneous 


3 




Total 




Mexia . 


59 


Thorton 


Midland: Midland 






120 




Milam: 




Total 


977 






227 




53 
32 


Rockdale 


110 




Thorndale 


12 






51 


Llano: 


50 
4 


Total... 


400 




MUls: 

Goldthwaite 








Total _ 


54 


13 






6 


Lubbock: 

Lubbock - 


275 
68 

7 


Total. 


24 




Mitchell: 










123 


Total 


350 


Miscellaneous 


37 




Total... 






37 


160 




Montague: 

Bowie 




McCulloch: 

Bradv - 


131 
34 


63 




Nacona 


86 






29 


Total 


165 


Total 






183 




24 
75 
20 
2,131 
78 
23 


Montgomery: 

Conroe 




McGregor 




Mart . 








Moody - 


Fostoria 


4 




Miscellaneous... 




West__ 


37 


Total. 




Miscellaneous - _ . . 










2,351 


Moore: Miscellaneous 




Total 






23 


McMullen: Miscellaneous. 


7 


Morris: 

Daingerfleld 








Madison: 


16 
1 


7 


Madisonville 


Miscellaneous 


20 




Total 






27 


Total 


17 








35 


Marion: 


38 
2 


Nacogdoches: 

Cushing 


Jefferson 




Miscellaneous 








Total 


40 


Nacogdoches 


149 




Miscellaneous 


17 




28 


Total 




Martin: Stanton 






173 


Mason: 

Mason.. 


35 
5 


Navarro: 

Corsicana 





Miscellaneous 


700 






35 


Total 


40 




90 




Total 




Matagorda: 

Bay City... 


176 
75 
30 
59 


825 


Gulf 


Newton: 

Wiergate.. 

Miscellaneous 




Palacios.. . 




Miscellaneous 


2 




49 




340 


Total. 




Total 






51 


Maverick: Eagle Pass 


175 


Nolan: 

Roscoe.. 








Medina: 


50 
49 


14 


Hondo.. 


Sweetwater 


180 


Miscellaneous 




7 




Total 




Total.. 


99 

- 


201 









296 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, tovmships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 



NuMes: 

Bishop... 

Corpus Christi- 

Robstown 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Ochiltree: 

Perryton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Oldham: Miscellaneous. 

Orange: 

Orange... 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



'SdXo Pinto: 

Mineral Wells. 

Mingus 

Strawn 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Panola: 

Carthage 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Parker: 

Weatherford... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Parmer: Miscellaneous. 



Pecos: 

Fort Stockton. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Polk: 

Livingston 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Potter: 

Amarillo 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Presidio: 

Marfa... 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Rains: Miscellaneous. 

Randall: 

Canyon 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Reagan: Miscellaneous. 
Real: Miscellaneous 



Number 
of returns 



57 
731 
190 

27 



1.005 



106 
15 



20 



450 
45 



495 



193 
12 
37 
19 



54 



135 
12 



147 



20 



101 



2,770 
1 



2,771 



150 
15 



75 



County and city 



Red River: 

Annona 

C larks ville 

Detroit 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Reeves: 

Pecos 

Toyah 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Refugio: Miscellaneous- 
Roberts: Miscellaneous- 
Robertson: 

Bremond.. 

Calvert 

Franklin 

Hearne 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Rockwall: 

Rockwall... 
Royce City. 

Total 



Runnels: 

Ballinger. 

Winters 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



Rusk: 

Henderson 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Sabine: Miscellaneous 

San Augustine: San Augustine. 
San Jacinto: Miscellaneous 



San Patricio: 

Aransas Pass.- 

Sinton. 

Taft 

Miscellaneous- 
Total. 



San Saba: 

San Saba 

Miscellaneous- 



Total 

Schleicher: Miscellaneous. 

Scurry: 

Snyder 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Shackleford: 

Albany 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



38 



66 



105 
64 



169 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



297 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1936— Continued 

TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 



Shelby: 

Center.. 

Timpson 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Sherman: Miscellaneous. 

Smith: 

Troup 

Tyler 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 

Somervell: Miscellaneous. 

Starr: 

Rio Grande 

M iscellaneous 



Total - 



Stephens: 

Breckenridge.. 

Caddo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sterling: Miscellaneous... 
Stonewall: Miscellaneous. 
Sutton: Sonora 



Swisher: 

Tulia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Tarrant: 

Arlington 

Fort Worth... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Taylor: 

Abilene 

Merkel 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



Terrell: 

Sanderson 

Miscellaneous. 



Tom Green: 

San Angelo 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 



115 
19 



19 

473 

26 



490 
21 

25 



44 

16 

123 



113 



6,323 
101 



6,512 



822 

88 
44 



954 



Total. 


84 






Terry: Miscellaneous. 


29 


Throckmorton: Miscellaneous 


50 






Titus: 

Mount Pleasant 


50 


Miscellaneous.. 


5 






Total. 


55 



735 
35 



County and city 



Travis: 

Austin 

Manor 

M iscellaneous 

Total- 

Trinity: 

Groveton.- 

Trinity 

Total... 

Tyler: 

Woodville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Upsher: 

Gilmer.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Upton: Miscellaneous 

Uvalde: 

Sabinal-- 

Uvalde 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Val Verde: 

Del Rio. 

Miscellaneous 

Total-. 

Van Zandt: 

Grand Saline 

Wills Point 

Miscellaneous 

Total.-- 

Victoria: 

Victoria 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Walker: 

Huntsville -. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Waller: 

Hempstead 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ward: Miscellaneous. 

Washington: 

Brenham 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Webb: 

Laredo 

Mirando City 



298 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1926 — Continued 

TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 



Webb— Continued. 
M iscellaneous 

Total 

Wharton: 

El Campo 

Wharton.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wheeler: 

Shamrock 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wichita: 

Burkburnett 

Electra.. 

Iowa Park.. 

Wichita Falls 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Wilbarger: 

Vernon .- 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Willacy: Miscellaneous 

Williamson: 

Georgetown 

Granger 

Taylor 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



877 



115 
165 

117 



113 
37 



150 



175 

298 

105 

3,128 

10 



3,716 



402 
38 



115 
50 

950 
92 



1,207 



County and city 



Wilson: 

Flores ville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Winkler 

Wise: 

Alvord. 

Bridgeport 

Chico 

Decatur 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wood: 

Alba 

Mineola 

Winnsboro. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Yoakum: Miscellaneous 

Young: 

Eliasville 

Graham 

New Castle 

Olney 

South Bend 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Zapata: Miscellaneous.. 
Zavalla: Miscellaneous- 
State total 



Number 
of returns 



53 
157 

13 
175 

14 

16 



111,438 



UTAH 



Beaver: 

Beaver.. 

Milford 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Boxelder: 

Brigham City 

Tremonton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cache: 

Hyrum 

Lewiston 

Logan 

Providence 

Richmond 

Smithfleld.... 

Wellsville 

Miscellaneous 

.Total 

Carbon: 

Castle Gate... 

Helper 

Hiawatha 

Price 

Sunnyside 



89 



201 



25 
13 
231 
11 
13 
24 
9 
28 



354 



65 
91 
64 
202 
94 



Carbon— Continued. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Daggett: Miscellaneous 

Davis: 

Bountiful 

Farmiugton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Duchesne: 

Roosevelt 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Emery: 

Huntington 

Miscellaneous 

Total-- 

Garfield: 

Escalante 

Panguitch 

Total. 



344 

860 

2 



25 

IS 
105 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



299 



--. -..dividual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 

distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
aed 

UTAH— Continued 



Table 11. — Individual returns by 
distributed by couvfip^ nnd hn 
1926— Contmned 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Grand : M iscellaneous 


90 


Sevier: 






1 
64 


Iron: 


62 
14 

8 


Richfield. 


Cedar City... 


Salina 


19 


Parowan 


Miscellaneous 


9 




Total 










84 




Total . . . -- 


Summit: 

Park Citv 








Juab: 


152 
56 
32 


215 


Miscellaneous 


42 


Nephi . . . . . 


Total 




Miscellaneous . . . . 


257 


Total - 


240 


Tooele: 

Grantsville 

Tooele _ 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


g 






Kane: 

Kanab 


9 

8 


68 


Miscellaneous 


231 




Uintah: 

Vernal 




Total 


17 






68 


Millard: 

Delta 


50 
12 
39 


Miscellaneous 


19 


Total _._. 






87 




Utah: 

American Fork.. 










101 




Total. 


Lehi 


10 








Morgan: Miscellaneous 


27 
7 
10 




10 


Piute : Miscellaneous. 




274 


Rich : Miscellaneous 




26 








Salt Lake: 


722 
87 

108 
47 

101 

6,976 

41 

60 


M iscellaneous 


82 




Total 




Garfield 


513 




Wasatch: 

Heber City__. 










62 


Salt Lake City 


Miscellaneous- - - - 


43 




Total 




Miscellaneous. 


105 


Total... 


8,142 


Washington: 


4 






20 


San Juan: Miscellaneous 


10 




1 




Total • -- 




Sanpete: 


18 
16 
20 
18 
45 

7 
31 

5 


25 








Fairview 


4 




Weber: 

Ogden City 










1, 554 




Miscellaneous 


38 




Total --- 




Miscellaneous . 


1,592 




160 


State total.. - 


13, 568 








VERMONT 


Addison: 


31 

5 

113 

3 

47 

38 


Bennington— Continued. 

Dorset --- 


17 




Manchester 


56 




Po wnaL _ - -- 


3 




Readsboro 


23 




Shaftsbury. 


7 


M iscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 


69 


Total-- --- 


237 


Total 


723 


Bennington: 


22 
526 


Caledonia: 

Barnet - 


12 




Burke. 


8 


91073—28 20 







300 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

VERMONT— Continued 



County and city 



Caledonia — Continued. 

Danville 

Hard wick 

Lyndon 

Ryegate 

St. Johnsbury 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Chittenden.■ 

Burlington 

Charlotte 

Colchester 

Essex 

Jericho 

Milton 

Richmond 

Shelburne 

Winooski 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Essex: 

Canaan 

Concord 

Island Pond... 

Lunenburg 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Franklin: 

Berkshire 

Enosburg 

Fairfax 

Fairfield 

Georgia 

Highgate 

Montgomery.. 

Richford 

St. Albans 

Sheldon 

S wanton 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Grand Isle: 

Alburg 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Lamoille: 

Cambridge 

Hyde Park-— 

Johnson 

Morrisville 

Stowe 

Miscellaneous- 



Total - 



Orange: 

Bradford 

Chelsea 

Newbury 

Randolph 

Thetford 

Wells River--- 
Williamstown- 



Number 
of returns 



47 
76 
18 
340 
16 



1,015 

15 



20 
22 
63 
129 



1,338 



76 



26 

5 

8 

3 

7 

5 

37 

375 

10 

38 

16 



County and city 



Orange — Continued. 
Miscellaneous--- 



Total- 



Orleans: 

Barton 

Craftsbury 

Derby 

Newport 

Orleans 

Troy 

Miscellaneous- 

Total-- 



Rutland: 

Brandon-- 

Castleton 

Danby 

Fair Haven 

Pawlet 

Pittsford 

Poultney 

Proctor 

Rutland 

Wallingford 

West Rutland. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total-- 



Washington: 

Barre 

Cabot 

Graniteville-.. 

Montpelier 

Northfield 

Waterbury 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Windham: 

Bellows Falls. 
Brattleboro... 
Westminster.. 
Wilmington... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Windsor: 

Bethel 

Cavendish 

Chester 

Hartford 

Ilartland 

Ludlow 

Norwich 

Quechee... 

Rochester 

Royalton 

Springfield 

White River Junction . 

Wilder. 

Windsor 

Woodstock 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

State total. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



301 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

VIRGINIA 



County and city 



Accomac: 

Onancock 

Chincoteague Island. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Albemarle: 

Charlottesville. 
Miscellaneous.- 



Total- 



Alleghany: 

Clifton Forge - 

Covington 

Low Moor 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Amelia: Miscellaneous. 

Amherst: 

Madison Heights... 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Appomattox: Miscellaneous. . 



Arlington: 

Alexandria 

Arlington 

Ballston 

Cherrydale 

Clarendon 

East Falls Church. 

Fort Myer 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Augusta: 

Basic... 

Staunton 

Waynesboro.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Bath: 

Hot Springs... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Bedford: 

Bedford 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Bland: Miscellaneous 

Botetourt: Miscellaneous. 



Brunswick: 

Lawrenceville. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Buchanan: Miscellaneous 

Buckingham: Miscellaneous. 



Number 
of returns 



39 
15 
163 



612 
96 



325 
230 



591 



995 
30 
70 
70 

230 

69 

5 

114 



1,583 



1 

421 
108 



90 



115 
30 



109 



County and city 



Campbell: 

Lynchburg 

AltaVista 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Caroline: Miscellaneous. 

Carroll: Miscellaneous.. 

Charles City: Miscellaneous. 
Charlotte: Miscellaneous 



Chesterfield: 

Ettricka 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 


109 






Clarke: 


22 


Miscellaneous 


16 






Total 


38 








5 






Culpeper: 

Culpeper .. 


77 




30 






Total - 


107 






Cumberland' Miscellaneous . 


7 






Dickinson: 


14 


Miscellaneous .. 


26 






Total 


40 






Dinwiddle: 


841 




25 






Total 


866 






Elizabeth City: 

Fortress Monroe 


22 


Hampton 


421 


National Soldiers' Home 


2 
124 


Miscellaneous 


13 






Total 


582 








24 






Fairfax: 

Falls Church 


40 




183 






Total 


223 






Fauquier: 


115 




95 






Total 


210 








8 




21 






Franklin: 


30 




52 






Total - 


82 







302 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

VIRGINIA— Continued 



County and city 



Frederick: 

Winchester.... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Giles: 

Narrows 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Gloucester: Miscellaneous. 
Goochland: Miscellaneous. 

Grayson: 

Fries 

Jalax 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Greene: Miscellaneous. 



Greensville: 

Emporia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Halifax: 

South Boston.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Hanover: 

Ashland 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Henrico: 

Richmond 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Henry: 

Martinsville... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Highland: Miscellaneous. 

Isle of Wight: 

Smithfield 

Miscellaneous.- _ 



Total. 



James City: 

Toano 

Williamsburg.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total- 



King and Queen: Miscellaneous 
King George: Miscellaneous 



King William: 

West Point 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 



306 
30 



336 



85 



82 



120 
2 



192 
61 



253 



173 



9,103 
130 



9,233 



153 
48 



County and city 



Lancaster: 

Iivington 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Number 
of returns 







Lee: Miscellaneous 


49 






Loudoun: 

Leesburg 


70 


Miscellaneous 


109 






Total 


179 






Louisa: Miscellaneous 


50 


Lunenburg: 

Victoria 


50 


Miscellaneous 


27 






Total 


77 






Madison: Miscellaneous .. . 


17 


Mathews: Miscellaneous. 


26 






Mecklenburg: 

Chase Citv 


57 


South Hill 


40 


Miscellaneous. 


77 






Total 


174 






Middlesex: Miscellaneous 


21 






Montgomery: 

Blaeksburg 


13 


Christiansburg 


59 


Radford 


45 


Miscellaneous 


73 






Total 


190 






Nansemond: 

Suffolk 


344 


Miscellaneous 


18 






Total 


362 






Nelson: Miscellaneous 


67 


New Kent: Miscellaneous 


9 






Norfolk: 

Churchland . 


17 


Norfolk 


5,776 


South Norfolk 





Portsmouth 


1,275 


Miscellaneous 


58 






Total 


7,126 






Northampton: 

Cape Charles . 


115 


Miscellaneous .. 


153 






Total 


268 






Northumberland: 

Reedville 


11 




3S 






Total .. 


49 






Nottoway: 

Blackstone .. 


77 


Crewe .. 


114 




17 






Total 


208 







STATISTICS OF INCOME 



303 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

VIRGINIA— Continued 



County and city 



Orange: 

Orange.. 

Miscellaneous.- 

Total 

Page: 

Luray 

Shenandoah 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Patrick: Miscellaneous. 

Pittsylvania: 

Chatham 

Danville 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Powhatan: Miscellaneous 

Prince Edward: 

Farmville. 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Prince George: 

Hopewell 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total-- 

Prince William: 

Manassas 

Quantico 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Princess Anne: Miscellaneous. 

Pulaski: 

Pulaski 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rappahannock: Miscellaneous 
Richmond: Miscellaneous 

Roanoke: 

Roanoke 

Salem 

Vinton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rockbridge: 

Buena Vista 

Lexington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rockingham: 

Harrisonburg.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



45 
133 



178 



39 

918 

76 



1,033 
14 



119 
25 



144 



135 
15 



95 



153 
20 



3,150 
193 
60 
39 



3,442 



39 
173 
59 



271 
76 



347 



County and city 



Russell: Miscellaneous. 
Scott: Miscellaneous... 

Shenandoah: 

Woodstock 

M iscellaneous 

Total.. 

Smyth: 

Marion.. 

Saltville.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Southampton: 

Franklin 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Spotsylvania: 

Fredericksburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Stafford: Miscellaneous 

Surry: 

Dendron 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sussex: 

Waverly 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Tazewell: 

Bluefleld... 

Pocahontas 

Richlands 

Tazewell... 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Warren: 

Front Royal 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Warwick: 

Newport News 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Washington: 

Abingdon. 

Bristol 

Damascus 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Westmoreland: 

Colonial Beach 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



108 



123 



268 
7 



275 

"lo 



77 



39 
78 
15 
115 
70 



317 



1,148 
54 



1,202 



59 

288 

13 

45 



304 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

VIRGINIA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Wise: 


88 
57 
115 
144 


Wythe: 

Wytheville 


70 


Big Stone Gap 


Miscellaneous 


39 


Norton.. 




109 


Miscellaneous 


York: Miscellaneous 




12 


Total 


404 


State total 


37, 797 









WASHINGTON 2 



Adams: 

Ritzville... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Asotin: 

Clarkston.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Benton: 

Kennewick. 

Prosser 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Chelan: 

Cashmere 

Leavenworth 

Wenatchee.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Clallam: 

Port Angeles 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clarke: 

Camas 

Vancouver.. 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Columbia: 

Dayton 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Cowlitz: 

Kalama 

Kelso 

Longview.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Douglas: 

Water ville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ferry: Miscellaneous 

•Includes Alaska. 




151 
101 
817 
299 



1,368 



348 
161 



509 



137 
405 
110 



652 



190 
29 



219 



33 
195 
359 
169 



756 



Franklin: 

Pasco 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Garfield: 

Pomeroy 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Grant: Miscellaneous. 

Grays Harbor: 

Aberdeen 

Cosmopolis 

Elma 

Hoquiam 

McCleary 

Montesano.. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Island: Miscellaneous. 

Jefferson: 

Port Townsend... 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



King: 

Auburn 

Bellevue 

Black Diamond. 

Cumberland 

Enumclaw. 

Kent 

Kirkland 

Renton 

Seattle 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Kitsap: 

Bremerton 

Charleston 

Port Blakely.. 
Port Orchard.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Kittitas: 

Cle Elum 

Ellensburg 

Roslyn... 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 305 

Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

WASHINGTON— Continued 



County and city 



Klickitat: 

Goldendale 

Miscellaneous.- 

Total 

Lewis: 

Centralia 

Chehalis 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lincoln: 

Davenport 

Odessa - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Mason: Miscellaneous 

Okanogan: 

Okanogan 

Oroville 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Pacific: 

Raymond 

South Bend 

Miscellaneous , 

Total 

Pend Oreille: Miscellaneous 

Pierce: 

Buckley 

Camp Lewis.. 

Puyallup , 

Sumner , 

Tacoma 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

San Juan: Miscellaneous 

Skagit: 

Anacortes 

Burlington.. 

Mount Vernon 

Sedro Woolley , 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Skamania: Miscellaneous... 

Snohomish: 

Arlington 

Everett 

Marysville 

Monroe , 

Snohomish 

Miscellaneous , 

Total 



Number 
of returns 



44 
152 



372 
290 
283 



954 



67 
41 
353 



257 



85 

33 

211 



329 



211 
113 
142 



196 



50 

36 

249 

129 

5,264 

646 



6,374 



67 



148 
57 
287 
143 
174 



809 



1,386 

46 

87 

134 

419 



2.170 



County and city 



Spokane: 

Cheney 

Deer Park 

Medical Lake 

Spokane 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Stevens: 

Chewelah.. , 

Colville 

M iscellaneous 

Total. 

Thurston: 

Olympia 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wahkiakum: Miscellaneous 

Walla Walla: 

Waitsburg 

Walla Walla 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Whatcom: 

Bellingham. 

Blaine 

Lynden 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Whitman: 

Colfax 

Maiden 

Palouse 

Pullman 

Tekoa. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Yakima: 

Grandview 

Sunnyside 

Toppenish 

Wapato 

Yakima 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Alaska: 

Anchorage 

Cordova 

Fairbanks 

Juneau 

Ketchikan 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

State total 



306 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — ContiBued 

WEST VIRGINIA 



County and tity 



Barbour: Miscellaneous. 

Berkeley: 

Martinsburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Boone: Miscellaneous.-. 

Braxton: 

Burnsville.. 

Gassaway 

Sutton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Brooke: 

Follansbee 

Power 

Wellsburg 

Miscellaneous.- 

Total-.- 

Cabell: 

Huntington 

Milton... 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Calhoun: Miscellaneous 

Clay: 

Widen 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Doddridge: 

West Union 

Miscellaneous.- 

Total 

Fayette: 

Ansted--- 

Boomer 

Fayetteville 

Macdonald 

Montgomery 

Mount Hope 

Oakhill 

Winona 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gilmer: Miscellaneous.. 

Grant: 

Bayard 

Miscellaneous 

Total--- 

Greenbrier: 

Lewisburg 

Ronceverte- -. 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Hampshire- 

Romney 

Miscellaneous 

Total-.- 



Number 
of returns 



100 



358 
20 



378 

145 



252 
32 
298 
113 



695 



3,424 
26 
45 



3,495 



42 



87 



20 
13 

45 

30 

141 

111 

52 

19 

533 



72 
65 
151 



288 



County and city 



Hancock: 

Chester 

Hollidays Cove 

New Cumberland-- 

Newell 

Weirton 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hardy: Miscellaneous.. 

Harrison: 

Anmoore 

Bridgeport 

Clarksburg 

Nutter Fort 

Salem 

Shinnston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jackson: 

Ravenswood 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jefferson: 

Charles Town 

Shepherdstown 

M iscellaneous 

Total--- -.. 

Kanawha: 

Charleston 

Clendenin -.. 

Dunbar 

Eskdale 

Mammoth 

St. Albans 

South Charleston-. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lewis: 

Weston - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lincoln: Miscellaneous 

Logan: 

Accoville 

Amherstdale 

Holden 

Logan 

Omar 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

McDowell: 

Davy 

Eckman 

Elkhorn 

Gary 

Keystone 

Kimball- 

McDowell 

Maybeury 

Welch 

Wilcoe - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



307 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926— Continued 

WEST VIRGINIA— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Marion: 


1,140 

131 

24 

20 

224 


Pendleton: Miscellaneous 


7 




Pleasants: 
St. Mary 








Monongah .. .. 


96 


Rivesville .. -. . . 


Miscellaneous . 


7 




Total 






103 


Total 


1,539 


Pocahontas: 

Cass 








Marshall: 


114 
96 
126 
321 
55 


23 


Benwood . 


Marlington . 


40 


Cameron 


Miscellaneous . 


26 




Total 




Moundsville 


89 




Preston: 

Kingwood 








Total - 


712 


45 






29 
31 


Mason: 


82 
36 


Terra Alta 


Point Pleasant 




14 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 


83 




Total 




Total 


118 


202 




Putnam: 

Nitro 




Mercer: 

Bluefield.. 


1,104 

67 

23 

5 

238 

263 


53 


Bramwell 




44 




Total . . 




Giatto . 


97 




Raleigh: 




Miscellaneous.. 






350 
19 


Total 


1,700 


Eccles 






10 

484 


Mineral: 


1 

205 

88 

23 

15 


Miscellaneous 


Blaine . . . . 


Total 




Keyser 


863 




Randolph: 

Elkins 




Ridgelty 




Miscellaneous 


214 






g 


Total 


332 


Miscellaneous. 


59 




Total 




Mingo: 


35 

4 

447 

198 


281 


Red Jacket 


Ritchie: 

Harrisville ... 




War Eagle 




Williamson 


20 


Miscellaneous 




46 






82 


Total 


684 


Total 






148 


Monongalia: 

Morgantown. 


810 
151 


Roane: 

Spencer 




Miscellaneous 


93 






41 


Total 


961 


Total 






134 




36 
20 


Summers: 

Hinton .. ..... 


Alderson 




Miscellaneous 


241 






64 


Total 


56 


Total 






305 


Morgan: Miscellaneous 


44 


Taylor: 

Grafton 






Nicholas: 


94 
17 


322 


Richwood 




133 




Total 






455 


Total 


111 


Tucker: 

Davis 








Ohio: 


177 

33 

4,653 

28 


16 


Elm Grove 


Parson 


12 


Tridalphia 






Wheeling 




31 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous . . 


16 




Total . 




Total 


4,891 


80 









308 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

WEST VIRGINIA— Continued 



County and city- 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Tyler: 

Sisters ville 


189 
29 


Wetzel: 

New Martinsville 


111 


Miscellaneous . . .. . .. 


Paden City 


28 






133 




218 


Total 










272 


Upsliur: 


3 

131 

9 


Wirt: Miscellaneous 


7 


Adrian 


Wood: 

Parkersburg . 








Miscellaneous 


1,645 
39 






Total 


143 


Miscellaneous 


34 




Total 






17 

77 
35 


1,718 




Wyoming: 




Ceredo - ._ . 






100 






140 




Total 




Total - 


129 


240 




State total 




Webster: Miscellaneous . 


47 


32,544 






1 



WISCONSIN 



Adams: 

Adams 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Ashland: 

Ashland 

Mellen 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Barron: 

Barron 

Chetek 

Cumberland-. 

Rice Lake 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 

Bayfield: 

Bayfield 

Washburn 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Brown: 

De Pere 

Green Bay 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Buffalo: 

Alma 

Mondovi 

Miscellaneous 

Total. , 

Burnett: 

Grantsburg... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 



62 



411 
45 
76 



72 
38 
55 
144 
81 



390 



128 

1,560 

224 



1,912 



37 
53 
113 



203 



Calumet: 

Brillion 

Chilton 

New Holstein 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Chippewa: 

Bloomer 

Chippewa Falls. 

Cornell 

Stanley 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clark: 

Neillsville 

Owen 

Miscellaneous.. - 

Total 

Columbia: 

Columbus 

Kilbourn 

Lodi... 

Portage 

Miscellaneous... 

Total. 

Crawford: 

Prairie du Chien 
Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Dane: 

Madison 

Mount Horeb... 

Stoughton 

Sun Prairie 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



309 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
iP^e— Continued 

WISCONSIN— Continued 



County and city 


Number 
of returns 


County and city 


Number 
of returns 


Dodge: 

Beaver Dam . . . ... 


407 
55 

110 
64 

139 
57 

201 


Green Lake: 

Berlin... 

Princeton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Iowa: 


136 


Fox Lake 


30 


Horicon 


92 


Juneau 




Mayville 


258 






Miscellaneous. 






70 


Total 


1,033 


Highland 


18 






140 


"Door: 


139 
64 


Miscellaneous 

Total 

Iron: 


107 


Miscellaneous. 


335 






Total- 


203 






124 


Douglas: 


1,450 
140 


Miscellaneous.. 


70 




Total 




Miscellaneous... 


194 




Jackson: 




Total 


1,590 






89 
73 


Dunn: 

Menomonie 


206 

105 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


M iscellaneous 


162 




JefTerson: 




Total 


311 






268 


:Eau Claire: 


33 
960 
158 


Jefferson 


131 


Augusta. 


Lake Mills 


81 


Eau Claire... 


Waterloo 


72 


Miscellaneous 




460 






78 


Total 


1,151 


Total 






1 090 




25 
14 


Juneau: 
Elroy 




Florence 




Miscellaneous 


60 






56 


Total... 


39 




85 




Total... 




Fond du Lac: 


1,110 

68 

176 

171 

209 


201 


Fond du Lac 


Kenosha: 




North Fond du Lac. 




Ripon 


3,095 


Waupun.. 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


208 








3 303 


Total 


1,734 


Kewaunee: 

Algoma 








Forest: 

Crandon. ... 


27 
19 

51 


48 


Kewaunee . . .. .. 


75 


Miscellaneous 




Wabeno 




Total 




Miscellaneous.. 










97 


La Crrsse: 




Total... 






1 410 


■Grant: 


67 
42 
45 
90 
227 
200 


Onala'ika 


22 


Boscobel 


West Salem 


45 


Cuba City. 




68 


Fennimore 


Total 




Lancaster 


1,545 


Platteville 


La Fayette: 

Darlington 




Miscellaneous.. . . 






108 


Total 


671 


Shullsburg . . . 


37 


Miscellaneous 






161 




100 
445 
114 
167 


Total 




Green: 

Brodhead 


306 


Langlade: 




Monroe 




Monticellc. 


360 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 


35 




Total 




Total 


826 


395 







310 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

Wise ONSIN— Continued 



County and city 



Lincoln: 

Merrill 

Tomahawk.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Manitowoc: 

Kiel 

Manitowoc 

Two Rivers 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Marathon: 

Athens 

Mosinee 

Seofleld 

Stratford.. 

Wausau 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Marinette; 

Goodman 

Marinette. -. 

Niagara 

Peshtigo 

Wausaukee.. 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Marquette: 

Montello 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Milwaukee: 

Cudahy 

Milwaukee 

North Milwaukee 

Shorewood 

South Milwaukee. 

Wauwatosa 

West Allis. 

West Milwaukee. 
Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Monroe: 

Sparta 

Tomah 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Oconto: 

Gillett 

Oconto 

Oconto Falls 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Oneida: 

Rhinelander 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Outagamie: 

Appleton... 

Kaukauna 

Kimberly 

Little Chute 



Number 
of returns 



153 
10 



461 



59 
960 
310 
136 



31 
80 
14 
30 
1,020 
195 



1,370 



13 
420 
53 
68 
20 
49 



623 



76 



394 

39, 273 

430 

250 

525 

2,140 

1,140 

30 

319 



44,501 



168 
126 
121 



415 



40 
130 
56 
72 



298 



356 

77 



433 



1,300 

236 

38 

39 



County and city 



Outagamie — Continued 

Seymour 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ozaukee: 

Cederburg 

Port Washington... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pepin: 

Durand. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pierce: 

Ellsworth. 

River Falls... 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Polk: 

Amery 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Portage: 

Stevens Point 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Price: 

Park Falls 

Phillips 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Racine: 

Burlington 

Racine 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Richland: 

Richland Center... 
M iscellaneous 

Total 

Rock: 

Beloit 

Edgerton 

Evansville 

Janesville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rusk: 

Ladysmith 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

St. Croix: 

Hudson 

New Richmond 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



311 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories^— Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 

1 9 S6— Continued 

WISCONSIN— Continued 



County and city 



Sauk: 

Baraboo 

Prairie du Sac— 

Reedsburg 

Sauk City 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Sawyer: 

Hayward 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Shawano: 

Shawano.. 

Wittenberg 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Sheboygan: 

Plymouth 

Sheboygan 

Sheboygan Falls 
Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Taylor: 

Medford 

Rib Lake 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Trempealeau: 

Arcadia 

Galesville 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Vernon: 

Hillsboro 

Viroqua 

Westby 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Vilas: 

Eagle River 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Walworth: 

Delavan 

Elkhorn .... 

Lake Geneva 



Number 
of returns 



320 
55 

174 
72 

119 



154 

15 

117 



181 

1,943 

130 

277 



2,531 



115 



51 
240 



360 



51 
117 
35 
71 



274 



133 



205 
138 
198 



County and city 



Walworth— Continued 

Whitewater. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Washburn: 

Shell Lake 

Spooner... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Washington: 

Hartford 

West Bend 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Waukesha: 

Menomonee Falls.. 

Oconomowoc 

Waukesha 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Waupaca: 

Clintonville 

New London 

Waupaca 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Waushara: 

Redgranite 

Wautoma... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Winnebago: 

Menasha 

Neenah 

Omro-. 

Oshkosh 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wood: 

Marshfleld 

Nekoosa 

Wisconsin Rapids.. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

State total 



WYOMING 



Albany: 

Laramie 


491 
60 


Campbell: 
Gillette . 


63 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous .. . .. 


17 




Total 




Total 


551 


80 




Carbon: 

Hanna 




Big Horn: 

Basin 


40 
89 
43 
20 




Greybull 




Rawlins.. 










Miscellaneous... 








Miscellaneous 


Total 








Total 


192 


765 













312 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns by States and Territories — Number of returns 
distributed by counties, and by cities, townships, and post offices, calendar year 
1926 — Continued 

WYOMING— Continued 



County and city 



Converse: 

Douglas 

Glenrock. 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Crook: Miscellaneous. 



Fremont: 

Lander 

Riverton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Goshen: 

Torrington 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



Hot Springs: 

Thermopolis.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Johnson: 

Buffalo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total-. 



Laramie: 

Cheyenne 

Fort Russell -- 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lincoln: 

Diamondville. 

Frontier 

Kemmerer 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Natrona: 

Casper 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 



206 



122 
90 
95 



307 



154 
171 



325 



94 



1,081 
24 
60 



1,165 



45 
21 
115 
215 



396 



674 



2,342 



County and city 



Niobrara: 

Lusk 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Park: 

Cody.- 

Powell 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



Platte: 

Wheatland 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 



Sheridan: 

Dietz 

Monarch 

Sheridan. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sublette: Miscellaneous. 

Sweetwater: 

Green River... 

Rock Springs 

Superior 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Teton: Miscellaneous. 

Uinta: 

Evanston 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Washakie: 

Worland 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Weston: 

Newcastle 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

State total . - 



Number 
of returns 



46 



192 



12 

14 

420 

111 



557 



40 



180 

545 

75 

252 



1,052 



22 



116 
19 



135 



86 



,930 



BASIC TABLES 



CORPORATION RETURNS 



313 



Table 12. — Corporation returns by States and Territories — Distributed by corporations reporting net income, and no net income, showing number of returns, per cent, gross income deductions -net 

deficit, net loss for prior year, income tax, and cash and stock dividends paid to shareholders ' ' ' 

[Income returned tor the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1926 '1 



■income or 



Alabama 

Alaska _ 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut — 

Delaware.- 

District of Columbia. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas.. 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana — 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey.. 

New Mexico 

New York. 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania ._ 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont.. 

Virginia. 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Grand total 



Corporations reporting net income 



1,605 
2,634 
21, 258 
6,580 



633 
2,282 
28,340 
11,080 I 
8,843 
6,280 
6,479 
6,667 
3,443 
6,621 
17, 639 1 
13, 653 j 
10,965 
2,11? 
16, 145 
3,866 
4,694 

969 I 
1,183 
17, 480 ; 

1,108 
89, 617 
6,450 
3,445 

23, 475 
5,835 
6,144 

24, 173 
2,666 
3,822 
2,872 
4,955 

11,970 
3,083 
1,096 
6,358 ' 

10, 748 
6, 142 

13,827 
1,418 



1,701 
10,901 
3,071 
3,771 
8U 
1,077 
4,702 
3,234 



16, 986 
6,889 
5,060 
3,253 
3,403 
3,277 
1,972 
3,188 
9,762 
8,282 
5,870 
1,413 
9,160 
1,686 
2,816 



465, 320 i 208, 134 



63.34 
46.79 
41.13 
64.58 
61.28 
46.67 
60.05 
64.69 
67.04 
43.32 
61.24 
67.77 
43.43 
59.94 
62.18 
57.22 
61.61 
62.11 
67.93 
67.28 
56.72 
65.29 
61.11 
63.63 
66.87 
56.74 
43.61 
61.28 
33.64 
60.44 
69.67 
42.61 



51,424 


67.38 


3,686 


57.15 


1,662 


45.06 


14, 266 


60.77 


3,299 


66.64 


3,003 


48.88 


13,820 


67.17 


1,368 


63.31 


1,768 


46.26 


1,354 


47.14 


3,047 


61.49 


7,263 


60.59 


1,637 


49.85 


699 


63.78 


3,795 


59.69 


5,306 


49.36 


3,000 


68.34 



$547, 389, 104 

7, 282, 963 

119, 900, 143 

302, 331, 830 

6, 217, 404, 101 

863,411,805 

1, 683, 360, 617 

644, 263, 824 

696, 908, 983 

818,159,113 

871, 829, 236 

190, 086, 080 

146, 791, 172 

14, 390, 967, 335 

1, 806, 530, 051 
1, 054, 993, 782 
1,109,431,694 

933, 657, 612 

930, 187, 030 

461, 038, 812 

1, 446, 204, 964 

6, 288, 682, 669 

6,847,081,149 

2, 246, 622, 310 
263,964,041 

3, 783, 125, 966 
162, 014, 998 
607, 607, 826 
67, 878, 962 
147, 800, 379 
4, 105, 186, 099 
67, 107, 624 
29, 722, 072, 617 

1, 212, 142, 062 
131,664,209 

7,211,098,411 

916, 819, 679 

603, 667, 032 

10, 157, 118, 224 

616,016,164 

341, 240, 645 

87,879,119 

1, 006, 290, 028 

2, 728, 745, 224 

264, 982, 816 

145, 613, 879 

1, 112, 614, 207 

1, 024, 088, 618 

814, 965, 626 

2, 268, 270, 409 

60, 932, 474 



118,022,117,287 



$606, 726, 873 

6, 609, 297 

111,086,867 

283, 734, 786 

4, 790, 565, 323 
790, 539, 768 

1, 659, 337, 139 
561, 367, 617 
530,921,608 
735, 520, 816 
810, 005, 463 
164, 236, 617 
139, 084, 023 
13, 489, 186, 379 

1, 677, 186, 279 
998, 242, 667 
977,972,670 
856, 464, 642 
867, 689, 949 
428, 609, 838 

1,328,039,164 

4, 905, 650, 948 

6, 174, 668, 866 

2,116,310,666 
240, 797, 601 

3, 616, 615, 960 
148, 078, 081 
880, 010, 270 
64, 997, 861 
138, 607, 066 

3, 763, 095, 990 

63, 399, 749 

26, 951, 187, 467 

1, 109, 263, 284 
125,080,044 

6, 680, 979, 313 
831, 518, 980 
476, 800, 024 

9,215,299,280 
572,619,382 
325,915,844 
84, 442, 306 
938, 363, 382 

2, 529, 220, 697 
246, 417, 020 
135, 184, 557 
976, 765, 583 
960, 788, 107 
738, 814, 036 

2, 081, 226, 768 
65, 699, 806 



108, 348, 714, 398 



$40, 662, 231 

673, 666 

8, 813, 276 

18, 697, 044 

426, 838, 778 

62, 872, 037 

124, 029, 378 

82, 896, 307 

65, 987, 476 

82, 638, 298 

61, 823, 773 

25, 849, 463 

7, 707, 149 

901, 781, 956 

129, 343, 772 
66, 761, 215 

131, 468, 924 
77, 202, 970 
62, 497, 081 
32, 528, 974 
118,166,800 
382,931,611 
672, 422, 283 

130, 211, 654 
13, 166, 440 

267, 610, 006 

13, 936, 917 

27, 497, 666 

2,881,101 

9, 293, 314 

342, 090, 109 

3, 707, 875 

2, 770, 885, 150 

102, 878, 778 

6, 574, 165 

530,119,098 

84, 300, 699 

26, 867, 008 

941, 818, 944 

43, 395, 772 

16, 324, 801 

3, 436, 814 

66, 926, 646 

199, 624, 627 

18, 665, 796 

10, 429, 322 

135, 868, 624 

63, 300, 611 

76, 161, 591 

187, 043, 641 

6, 232, 669 



Net loss for 
prior year 
deduction 
from net 
income for 

net taxable 
Income 



9, 673, 402, 889 



$1, 173, 042 
78,265 
639, 222 

608, 440 
11, 394, 027 

1, 342, 078 

3, 136, 354 

1, 403, 274 

469, 687 

5, 327, 801 

1, 636, 814 

239, 157 

278, 941 

16, 971, 098 

3, 294, 649 

1, 896, 194 

1, 362, 786 

1, 692, 034 

2, 370, 344 

1, 197, 118 

2, 600, 184 

10, 229, 119 

8, 669, 630 

2, 680, 441 

613, 020 

4,024,117 

690, 667 

841, 477 

149, 667 

472, 564 

11,667,294 

207, 633 

66, 774, 900 

1, 976, 846 

207, 781 

18, 895, 883 

3,857,175 

922, 113 

19, 078, 766 

1,211,988 

886, 607 

166, 618 

2, 466, 861 

6, 059, 372 

609, 427 
368, 668 

3,019,806 
3, 260, 209 
2, 815, 566 
4, 827, 014 
301, 325 



Corporations reporting no net income 



$4, 860, 656 

66, 149 

1,011,325 

2, 122, 827 

64,319,333 
7,811,708 

16,645,630 

10,815,415 
8,871,069 ! 
9,624,929 I 
7,664,471 
3,396,249 1 
837, 110 
116, 558, 602 

16,747,699 i 
6,686,785 I 

17, 017, 077 
9, 612, 262 
7, 564, 101 
3, 908, 753 

14, 934, 207 

48, 500, 010 

88, 183, 330 

16, 155, 660 
1, 435, 100 

33,947,811 
1, 519, 524 
3, 122, 134 
315, 794 
1,064,656 

42, 830, 414 

396,119 

366, 408, 976 

13, 016, 769 
421, 660 

66, 541, 324 

10, 327, 122 
2, 994, 717 
122, 361, 366 
6, 476, 879 
1,692,911 
256, 921 
8, 176, 829 

24, 863, 040 
2, 182, 905 
1, 230, 132 

17, 283, 674 
7, 285, 819 
9, 415, 061 

23, 192, 758 
633, 681 



$18, 766, 660 

197, 119 

2, 866, 285 

12,751,931 

281,014,765 

55, 778, 755 

67, 803, 397 

156, 191, 360 

26, 461, 962 

34, 012, 627 

31, 943, 037 

17, 903, 843 

7, 467, 390 

431, 845, 359 

71, 377, 569 

31, 766, 627 

26, 479, 792 

42, 862, 967 

42, 632, 522 

22, 601, 604 

39, 741, 609 

233, 968, 146 

324, 445, 324 

84, 034, 083 

7, 044, 697 

145, 611, 466 

8, 123, 598 

15,110,598 

1, 060, 957 

6, 041, 362 

209, 214, 814 

1, 630, 407 

1, 721, 167, 320 

49, 976, 195 

2, 373, 322 

293, 129, 080 

44, 094, 460 

15, 412, 059 

538, 339, 259 

26, 172, 180 

10, 186, 672 

1,864,371 

33, 143, 871 

88, 389, 230 

13, 382, 544 

5, 364, 824 

63, 789, 070 

36, 677, 400 

46, 847, 979 

78, 765, 740 

3, 604, 410 



1, 229, 707, 243 6, 530, 210, 686 



$1, 731, 340 

36,023 

667, 954 

769, 671 

35, 602, 281 

1, 036, 621 

12, 028, 817 

2, 247, 862 

7, 438, 416 

10, 433, 135 

2, 646, 836 

2, 989, 968 

682, 910 

69, 302, 331 

6, 398, 642 

2, 104, 028 

2, 536, 718 

2, 674, 363 

3, 008, 187 

6, 477, 300 

1, 844, 042 

16, 760, 416 

149, 626, 216 

4, 533, 761 

3, 355, 679 

18, 160, 308 

343, 799 

2, 667, 388 

12, 668 

59, 632 

10, 838, 698 

33, 872 

186, 396, 684 

4, 042, 749 

263, 604 

34, 816, 893 

1, 398, 150 

1, 317, 361 

60, 867, 761 

3,119,252 

307, 726 

47, 642 

2, 136, 415 

8, 303, 937 

277, 892 

1, Oil, 871 

1, 728, 193 

6, 315, 947 

899, 941 

26, 332, 722 

29, 350 



716, 219, 451 



Number 

of 
returns 



1,291 
11,364 
4,191 
3,783 
2,027 
2,076 
2,380 
1,471 



38, 193 
2,764 
1,893 
9,209 



4,717 
1,646 
397 
2,563 
6,443 
2,142 
5,574 



53.21 
58.87 
36.42 
48.72 
53.33 
39.95 
45.31 
42.96 
56.68 
38.76 
32.23 
56.57 
40.06 
37.82 
42.78 
38.39 
37.89 
42.07 
42.72 
43.28 
44.71 
38.89 
46.47 
33.13 
43.26 
66.39 
38.72 
66.36 
39.66 
40.43 
57.49 
42.62 
42.86 
64.96 
39.23 
43.46 
61.12 
42.83 
46.69 
53.74 
62.86 
38.51 
39.41 
50.15 
36.22 
40.31 
50.64 
41.66 
40.31 
46.28 



$123,286,380 

1,901,320 

29,686,760 

91, 264, 387 

1, 344, 645, 127 

182, 200, 330 

372, 802, 638 

57, 163, 838 

68, 253, 716 

343, 416, 697 

228,693,190 

18,314,054 

50, 174, 169 

2,238,434,125 

371, 232, 875 

218,045,818 

141, 554, 436 

194,012,253 

312, 136, 586 

99, 757, 636 

211,867,379 

1, 794, 801, 937 

671, 640, 771 

517, 264, 077 

67, 687, 493 

704,210,661 

63,610,932 

127,779,028 

12, 566, 861 

81, 239, 729 

701, 614, 746 

16,787,116 

6, 084, 457, 728 

262,467,883 

49, 803, 681 

1, 469, 759, 096 

402, 180, 830 

197, 205, 445 

1,730,695,667 

252,857,642 

168, 969, 612 

42,861,302 

286, 704, 624 

473,996,335 

99, 779, 329 

45, 470, 036 

202, 864, 868 

366, 543, 094 

161, 149, 183 

365, 777, 912 

19, 765, 659 



43. 31 24, 107, 736, 670 26, 276, 445, 872 



$133, 235, 284 
2,281,036 

34, 840, 995 
101,661,199 
1,483,185,359 
203, 533, 368 
413, 446, 037 

70,648,971 

75, 987, 662 
416, 624, 973 
252, 115, 211 

19, 980, 762 

56, 393, 624 
2, 398, 120, 820 
404, 648, 926 
243, 079, 186 
164, 443, 426 
208, 483, 304 
338, 336, 967 
110,221,708 
232, 255, 539 
1,940,929,988 
766, 122, 023 
648,319,981 

74,992,447 
766, 232, 839 

70, 253, 648 
137, 956, 790 

16, 633, 841 

89, 291, 896 
769, 165, 412 

19, 4M, 976 

6, 601, 528, 980 

274, 480, 483 

54, 668, 363 
1,682,881,417 
435, 108, 393 
218, 445, 656 
1, 881, 002, 199 
275, 497, 730 
181,437,800 

46, 787, 974 
303, 125, 161 
526,187,402 
109, 673, 638 

49, 648, 087 
220, 254, 140 
399, 046, 360 
170, 049, 164 
392, 409, 924 

23, 334, 935 



$9,949,904 
379, 716 

5, 154, 235 
10,396,812 
138, 640, 232 
21,333,038 
40,943,399 
13,485,133 

7, 733, 936 
73, 208, 376 
23, 522, 021 

1, 666, 698 

6,219,455 
159,686,695 
33, 416, 050 
25,033,368 
12,888,990 
14, 471, 061 
26, 200, 382 
10,464,172 
20,398,160 
146, 128, 051 
84, 481, 262 
31,056,904 

7,404,954 
61,022,188 

6, 642, 616 
10, 177, 762 

3,076,990 

8,052,167 
67, 650, 666 

3, 667, 859 
617, 071, 282 
22, 012, 600 

4, 864, 782 
113, 122, 321 
32, 927, 663 

21, 240, 211 
150, 306, 532 

22, 640, 088 
12, 468, 188 

3,926,672 
17, 420, 527 
52, 191, 067 

9, 894, 309 

4, 178, 051 
17, 389, 272 
33, 503, 266 
18, 899, 981 
36, 632, 012 

3, 869, 376 



$3,058,289 

33, 696 

267,668 

1, 543, 254 

32, 464, 766 

2, 606, 267 

6,654,019 

6,967,061 

410, 833 

6,663,977 

4,460,270 

1, 622, 995 

734,041 

32, 525, 370 

3,938,150 

3, 506, 843 
1, 680, 570 
1, 863, 613 

4, 573, 000 
1,729,099 
1,954,003 

34, 836, 274 

27, 468, 780 
6,395,756 
1, 076, 247 
9, 805, 717 
1, 262, 442 
1, 698, 299 
71, 653 
1, 004, 778 

12, 622, 723 
306,431 

96, 846, 414 
3,050,633 



2, 285, 852 
1, 910, 372 
30, 095, 996 
3,868,588 
2, 480, 929 

342, 952 
1, 344, 037 
8, 830, 320 
2, 269, 715 

211,898 
4,035,694 
6,349,134 
1,915,536 
5, 224, 484 

202, 050 



415, 082, 071 



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major industrial groups, the number, gross income, net income, and tax paid of 
corporations reporting net income; and the number,