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S TAT I ST I C S O F I N C O M E 
FOR 1929 

COMPILED FROM INCOME TAX RETURNS 

AND INCLUDING STATISTICS FROM 

ESTATE TAX RETURNS 



UNITED STATES TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE - WASHINGTON. D. C. 



U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 
FOR 1929 

COMPILED FROM INCOME TAX RETURNS 

AND INCLUDING STATISTICS FROM 

ESTATE TAX RETURNS 



PREPARED UNDER DIRECTION OF THE 
COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE 

BY THE 
STATISTICAL SECTION. INCOME TAX UNIT 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1931 



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CONTENTS 



Page 

OflScial transmittal 1 

Explanatory text 1-4 

income tax returns 

Individual income tax returns: 

Number of returns filed, net income, tax, average net income, tax, 

and tax rate, 1928 and 1929 4 

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

of returns, net income, and tax 4-5 

Classification by sex and family relationship 6 

Net income exempt from normal tax 6 

Capital net loss from sale of assets held more than 2 years 7 

Net loss for prior year, 1922-1929 7 

Credit of 25 per cent of tax on earned net income 7-8 

Income and profits taxes paid by individuals to foreign countries or 

possessions of the United States 8 

Sources of income 8-10 

Sources of income and deductions, amounts, and percentages 8 

Total income by net income classes 9 

Percentage distribution by net income classes 10 

Frequency distribution by size of specific items of income and de- 
ductions, returns of net income of $5,000 and over 10-12 

Net profit from business reported on returns of net income of $5,000 

and over 12-13 

By industrial groups 13 

Taxes paid other than Federal income tax and interest paid; reported 

on returns of net income of $5,000 and over 13-14 

By years, 1927-1929 14 

Wholly and partially tax-exempt obligations, returns of net income 

of $5,000 and over 14-15 

By net income classes 15 

Returns showing no net income (Form 1040) 15-16 

By deficit classes for 1929 16 

By sources of income and deductions for 1929 16 

By deficit classes for 1928 16 

Number of returns by counties and cities 17 

Partnership returns of income 17 

Corporation Income Tax Returns: 

Number of returns, net income, and tax 17 

Bv industrial groups, showing number of returns, income, and tax__ 18-20 

Net loss for prior year, 1922-1929 20 

Amount of net income exempt from and amount subject to tax 21 

Income and profits taxes paid foreign countries or possessions of the 

United States 21 

Dividends distributed 21-22 

Cash dividends and stock dividends, 1922-1929 22 

Compiled receipts and statutory deductions 22-23 

Distribution by net income or deficit classes 23-24 

Assets and liabilities by corporations reporting net income and no net 

income 24-25 

Number of corporation returns filed and number of balance 

sheets tabulated, by net income and deficit classes 25 

Consolidated returns 26-28 

By major industrial groups 27 

By net income and deficit classes 28 

By number of subsidiaries 28 

m 



IV COlfrTEN'TS 

Corporation Income Tax Returns — Continued. 

Fiscal year returns (included in corporation tables) — P«Be 

By month ending the fiscal year 29 

By net income and deficit classes 30 

Part year returns 30 

Historical Summaries 31-42 

Individual income tax returns — 

Number of returns and net income, 1913-1929 31 

Income and profits taxes, 1913-1929 32 

Number by net income classes, 1914-1929 32 

Net income by net income classes, 1916-1929 33 

Tax by net income classes, 1916-1929 34 

Average amount of tax and average rate of tax by net income 

classes, 1916-1929 35-36 

Total income by main sources, 1916-1929 37-39 

Corporation income tax returns — 

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

amount of net income and deficit, 1909-1929 40 

Income and profits taxes, 1913-1929 40 

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

deficit classes, 1918-1929 41-42 

ESTATE TAX RETURNS 

Estate tax returns: 

Estate tax returns filed for 12 months ending December 31, 1930 43-56 

Table 1. Resident decedents — Form of property and nature of 

deductions, by size of net estate 46-51 

Table 2. Resident decedents — Distribution by States and Ter- 
ritories 52-53 

Table 3. Resident decedents — Distribution by size of net estate. 54 

Table 4. Nonresident decedents — Distribution by size of net 

estate 55 

Table 5. Resident and Nonresident decedents — Historical sum- 
mary, 1916-1930 56 

BASIC TABLES (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

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

1. By States and Territories 59-60 

2. By net income classes 61-62 

3. Simple and cumulative, by net income classes 63-65 

4. Sex and family relationship, by States and Territories 66-68 

5. Sex and family relationship, by net income classes 69-71 

6. Sources of income, by States and Territories 72-74 

7. Sources of income, by net income classes 75-77 

8. Taxes paid other than Federal income tax and interest paid, 

by States and Territories 78 

8A. Taxes paid other than Federal income tax and interest paid, 

by net income classes 79 

llA. No net income (Form 1040), by States and Territories 259 

States and Territories separately (9-11) — 

9. By income classes 80-151 

10. Historical comparison for the years, 1916-1929 152-164 

11. Number by counties and cities 165-258 

basic tables (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

Corporation income tax returns (12-24): 
United States in aggregate (12-16, 18-24) — 

12. By States and Territories 263-265 

13. Casli and stock dividends, by States and Territories. 266 

14. Compiled receipts and statutory deductions by major 

industrial groups — 

Parti. All corporations 267-271 

Part 2. Corporations reporting net income 272-277 

Part 3. Cori)orations reporting no net income 278-283 

15. Percentage distribution of Table 14 284^287 

16. By industrial groups and subgroups 288-293 



CONTENTS V 

Corporation income tax returns (12-24) — Continued. 

United States in aggregate (12-16, 18-24)— Continued. PaB« 

18. By net income and deficit classes and by major industrial 

groups 327-331 

19. Assets and liabilities — 

By major industrial groups — 

All corporations 332-333 

Corporations reporting net income 334-335 

Corporations reporting no net income 336-337 

20. By net income and deficit classes — 

Corporations reporting net income 338-339 

Corporations reporting no net income 338-339 

21. Consolidated returns for affiliated corporations — 

Compiled receipts and statutory deductions — 

Part 1 . All consolidated corporations 340-343 

Part 2. Consolidated corporations reporting net 

income 344-347 

Part 3. Consolidated corporations reporting no net 

income 348-351 

22. Fiscal year returns — 

By industrial groups and subgroups 351-355 

23. Fiscal and part year returns — 

Compiled receipts and statutory deductions — 

Part 1. All fiscal year and part year returns 356-358 

Part 2. Reporting net income 359-361 

Part 3. Reporting no net income 362-364 

States and Territories separately (17, 24) — 

17. By major industrial groups 294-326 

24. Historical comparison for the years 1916-1929 365-391 

abstract of the income and profits tax and estate tax laws affecting 
the comparability of data in statistics of income 

Individuals: 

Required to file returns, income tax rates, personal exemption, and 

credits 396 

Surtax rates 398-401 

Supplemental income tax rates and tax credits 402-403 

Corporations: 

Income and profits tax rates, exemptions, and credits 404^407 

Federal Estate Tax: 

Rates, specific exemptions, and credits against estate tax 408 

INCOME TAX FORMS 

Facsimiles of Forms 1040, 1040A, 1120, and 1120L for 1929 FoUow p. 411 

Index 413-429 



STATISTICS OF INCOME FOR 1929 



Treasury Department, 
Office of Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 

Washington, D. C, October 22, 1931. 

Sir: In accordance with the provisions contained in the revenue 
act of 1916 and subsequent acts for the publication annually of statis- 
tics with respect to the operation of the income, war-profits, and ex- 
cess-profits tax laws, I have the honor to transmit herewith a report 
entitled "Statistics of Income for 1929," prepared from the income 
tax returns of individuals and corporations for that year filed during 
1930, with a 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 report also contains tabulations of data from 
estate tax returns filed during 1930, irrespective of the date of death 
of the decedent, and a brief historical summary. 

The income-tax returns for 1929 are filed under the provisions of the 
revenue act of 1928, as modified by a joint resolution of Congress 
approved by the President on December 16, 1929, which reduced from 
12 to 11 per cent the rate of income tax on corporations, and from 5, 3, 
and IK per cent to 4, 2, and K per cent, respectively, the rates of 
normal tax on individuals for the calendar year 1929. The year for 
which the income is reported is in general the calendar year ended 
December 31, 1929. However, a considerable number of corporation 
returns and a negfigible number of individual returns are filed 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 1929, returns with fiscal year ending 
within the period July 1, 1929, to June 30, 1930, and fractional (part 
year) returns for which the greater part of the period falls in 1929. 

The statistics contained in this report are based on the taxpayers' 
returns as filed, unaudited except for a preliminary examination to 
insure proper execution of the return, and include amended returns 
showing net income of $100,000 and over, but do not include amended 
returns with net incomes under $100,000. Income-tax returns filed by 
individuals having net income of $5,000 and over, and 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. 

For individual returns of net income under $5,000 estimates are 
made on the basis of a sample. Averages for the various items from 
a sample for each State are applied to the total number of returns 
to secure estimates for the particular State. The samples are selected 
from both forms on which individual incomes are reported — Form 
1040 for net income from salaries or wages of more than $5,000, or 



2 STATISTICS OF INCOME i 

income, regardless of amount, from business, profession, rents or sale 
of property, and Form 1040A for net income of not more than $5,000. 
derived chiefly from salaries and wages. The 1040 returns with net 
hicome under $5,000 which are sent to Washington for audit are 
sampled by the statistical section. For 1040A returns, which are 
audited in the collection districts, samples only are sent to Washing- 
ton. The sample for 1929 totaled about 400,000 and consisted, for 
1040 returns with net income under $5,000, of 4,000 returns for 
each collection district (distributed approximately equally between 
taxable and nontaxable returns) and, for 1040A returns, of a number 
approximately equal to 5 per cent of the returns (distributed approxi- 
mately equally between taxable and nontaxable returns), with a 
specified minimum of 1,000 returns each. 

For 1929 Statistics of Income estimates, the total number of re- 
turns was determiaed on a slightly different basis than in preceding 
years. Formerly the number of returns filed was used as reported by 
the collectors with certain adjustments for duplicate returns, amended 
returns, etc. An analysis made of data in these and other reports of 
the bureau showed that for returns made on certain forms (Form 
1040, both taxable and nontaxable, and 1040A, taxable) Income Tax 
Unit reports were more satisfactory than collectors' reports as a basis 
for the Statistics of Income estimates. For returns on these forms 
these latter reports are now used. The changes through this new 
method affect net incomes under $5,000 only. The number of returns 
for these net incomes is approximately 4 per cent less than by the 
former method. 

The general tables in this report, except Table 11, do not include 
data for individual returns with no net income. Such returns are 
filed in accordance with a statutory requirement that every individual 
with gross income of $5,000 and 6ver file an income-tax return. The 
data in these returns are shown on pages 15-16. Prior to 1928 no 
tabulations were made of such returns. 

Throughout this report "net income" means the amount of gross 
income, as defined in the revenue act effective for the year for which 
the returns are filed, in excess of the deductions claimed by the tax- 
payer under the provisions of the respective acts, and ''deficit" means 
excess of deductions over gross income. The net income of individuals 
includes capital net gain from sale of assets held more than two years. 
Credits allowed individuals, such as personal exemption, credit for 
dependents, net loss for prior years, and loss from the sale of capital 
assets held more than two years, are not included in deductions; 
neither is the special credit of $3,000 for domestic corporations 
having net income of $25,000 or less nor net loss for prior years 
included in deductions in arriving at net income of corporations. 
Gross income and deductions shown in the corporation tables corre- 
spond to the total income and total deductions reported on the face 
of the return plus the cost of goods sold. 

The industrial classification is based on the predominant business 
of nonaffiliated corporations or of groups of affiliated corporations 
filing a single return. The business classifications, therefore, do not 
contain solely corporations engaged exclusively in the industries in 
which they are classified, due to the diversified industrial activities of 
many corporations and especially to affiliated corporations filing con- 
solidated returns, which latter include the income and deductions of 
the subsidiary or affihated concerns. If such subsidiary or affiliated 
concerns could be classified independently of the consolidated returns 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 6 

many 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 resi- 
dence 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 situated, excepting 
closely afiiliated concerns filing a consolidated return. In the latter 
case the consolidated return is frequently filed in a State other than 
the State in which the principal place of business or principal office or 
agency of the subsidiaries is located. Moreover, as a result of the 
filing of consolidated returns the number of returns filed is less than 
the number of corporations included or covered by such returns. 

The amount of income-tax liability returned for 1929, shown in the 
tabulations in this volume, is not entirely comparable with the amount 
of taxes collected during the calendar year 1930. A variety of factors 
is responsible for this discrepancy. Several of the important factors 
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 adjustments 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 pos- 
sessions 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. 
Individual income taxes paid at the source on tax-free covenant 
bonds are deductible from income taxes payable by individuals but 
are not deducted in the income tax liability of individual returns 
herein tabulated. 

3. The amount of income taxes in fiscal-year returns included in 
this tabulation may not represent taxes collected during 1930 on 
such returns. Fiscal year returns are required to be filed on or 
before the 15th 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 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 1930, collections were made 
of part or all of the taxes in returns for fiscal years ended from 
January 31, 1929 (the last quarterly installment payment on wliich 
was due on or before January 15, 1930), to September 30, 1930 (the 
filing of returns and the full payment or first installment payment 
on wliich for the fiscal year ended on the latter date was due on or 
before December 15, 1930), whereas, as previously indicated, there 



% STATISTICS OF INCOME 

are excluded from these statistics those returns for fiscal years ending 
prior to July 1, 1929, and subsequent to June 30, 1930. 

4. Delays in payment due to financial embarrassment, death, 
liquidation 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 1929. 

INDIVIDUAL INCOME-TAX RETURNS 

The number of returns for 1929, filed by individuals, was 4,044,327, 
of which 2,458,049 were taxable and 1,586,278 nontaxable. The aggre- 
gate net income was $24,800,735,564, the net income on taxable returns 
was $20,493,491,443, on which the tax Habihty was $1,001,938,147. 
As compared with the returns filed for the previous year the total 
number for 1929 decreased by 26,524, or 0.65 per cent. The average 
net income for 1929 was $6,132.22 for all returns and $8,337.30 for 
taxable returns; the average amount of tax liability was $247.74 for 
all returns and $407.62 for taxable returns; and the average tax rate 
was 4.04 per cent for all returns and 4.89 per cent for taxable returns. 
For the preceding year the average net income was $6,196.81 for all 
returns and $8,335.75 for taxable returns; the average tax liability 
was $285.99 for all returns and $461.44 for taxable returns; and the 
average tax rate was 4.62 per cent for all returns and 5.54 per cent for 
taxable returns. 

In comparing the change in average tax liability in the 1929 returns 
with that for the preceding year attention is directed to the reduction 
in tax rates for 1929, referred to on page 1. The ratio of the number of 
returns filed to the total population (census April 1, 1930) is 3.28 
per cent, as compared with a corresponding latio for the preceding 
year (Census Bureau estimate of population as of July 1, 1928) of 
3.38 per cent. 

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

The number of individual returns, the net income, and the tax 
are shown by States and Territories in basic Table 1, pages 59-60, and 
by net income classes in basic Table 2, pages 61-62. 

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

The distribution of the returns, by a limited number of net 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 63-65, a similar distribution of the number of returns, net 
income, and tax is shown by a more detailed net income classification. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 5 

Simple and cumulative distribution of individual returns for 1929, by net income 
classes, showing number of returns, net income, tax, and percentages 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Returns 



Simple distribution 



Number 



Per cent 



Cumulative distri- 
bution over class 
below 



Number 



Per cent 



Cumulative distribu- 
tion under class 
above 



Number 



Per cent 



Under 1 (estimated) . 

1 under 2 (estimated) 

2 under 3 (estimated) 

3 under 5 (estimated) 

5 under 10 

10 under 25- 

25 under 50 

sounder 100 

100 under 150.. , 

150 under 300 

300 under 500 

500 under 1,000 , 

1,000 and over 

Total 



126, 172 

903, 082 

810, 347 

1, 172, 655 

658, 039 

271, 454 

63, 689 

24, 073 

6,376 

5,310 

1,641 

976 

513 



3.12 

22.33 

20.04 

29.00 

16.27 

6.71 

1.57 

.60 

.16 

.13 

.04 

.02 

.01 



4, 044, 327 

3, 918, 155 

3, 015, 073 

2, 204, 726 

1, 032, 071 

374, 032 

102, 578 

38, 889 

14, 816 

8,440 

3,130 

1,489 

513 



100. 00 

96.88 

74.55 

54.51 

25.51 

9.24 

2.53 

.96 

.36 

.20 

.07 

.03 

.01 



126, 172 
1, 029, 254 
1, 839, 601 
3, 012, 256 
3, 670, 295 
3, 941, 749 
4, 005, 438 
4, 029, 511 
4, 035, 887 
4, 041, 197 
4, 042, 838 
4, 043, 814 
4, 044, 327 



3.12 
25.45 
45.49 
74.49 
90.76 
97.47 
99.04 
99.64 
99.80 
99.93 
99.97 
99.99 
100.00 



4, 044, 327 100. 00 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Net income 



Simple distribution 



Per cent 



Cumulative distribution 
over class below 



Amount 



Per cent 



Cumulative distributio n 
under class above 



Amount 



Per cent 



Under 1 (estimated) .. 

1 under 2 (estimated). 

2 under 3 (estimated) . 

3 under 5 (estimated) . 

5 under 10 

10 under 25 

25 under 50 

sounder 100.. 

100 under 150.. 

150 under 300 

300 under 500. 

SOO under 1,000 

1,000 and over. 



Total. 



$78, 
1, 499, 
1, 958, 
4, 572, 
4, 481, 
4, 025, 
2, 174, 
1,646, 

770, 
1, 087, 

628, 

669, 
1, 212, 



742, 132 
907, 745 
594, 897 
596, 263 
575, 786 
233, 375 
458, 126 
476, 000 
536, 078 
409, 737 
228, 889 
877, 752 
098, 784 



0.30 

6.05 

7.90 

18.44 

18.07 

16.23 

8.77 

6.64 

3.11 

4.38 

2.53 

2.70 

4.88 



$24, 800, 

24, 726, 

23, 227, 

21, 268, 

16, 695, 

12, 214, 

8, 189, 

6, 014, 

4, 368, 

3, 597, 

2, 510, 

1, 881, 

1, 212, 



735, 564 
993, 432 
085, 687 
490, 790 
894, 527 
318, 741 
085, 366 
627, 240 
151, 240 
615, 162 
205, 425 
976, 536 
098, 784 



100.00 
99.70 
93.65 
85.75 
67.31 
49.24 
33.01 
24.24 
17.60 
14.49 
10.11 
7.58 
4.88 



$73, 
1, 573, 
3, 532, 
8, 104, 
12, 586, 
16, 611, 
18, 786, 
20, 432, 
21, 203, 

22, 290, 
22, 918, 

23, 588, 

24, 800, 



742, 132 
649, 877 
244, 774 
841, 037 
416, 823 
650, 198 
108, 324 
584, 324 
120, 402 
530, 139 
759, 028 
636, 780 
735, 564 



0.30 
6.35 
14.25 
32.69 
50.76 
66.99 
75.76 
82.40 
85.51 
89.89 
92.42 
95.12 
100. 00 



24, 800, 735, 564 



100. 00 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Under 1 (estimated). 

1 under 2 (estimated) 

2 under 3 (estimated) 

3 under 5 (estimated) 

Sunder 10.. 

10 under 25. 

25 under 50_ 

sounder 100. 

100 under 150 

150 under 300. 

300 under 500 

500 under 1,000 

1,000 and over 

Total 



Tax 



Simple distribution 



Amount 



$17, 308 

553, 418 

1, 403, 901 

2, 412, 634 

9, 550, 599 

59, 893, 017 

113, 904, 197 

160, 813, 524 

99, 559, 757 

159, 221, 214 

97, 335, 662 

106, 218, 910 

191, 054, 006 



1, 001, 938, 147 



Per cent 



0.01 

.06 

.14 

.24 

.95 

5.98 

11.37 

16.05 

9.94 

15.89 

9.71 

10.60 

19.06 



100.00 



Cumulative distribution 
over class below 



Amount 



$1, 001, 
1, 001, 
1, 001, 
999, 
997, 
988, 
928, 
814, 
653, 
553, 
394, 
297, 
191, 



938, 147 
920, 839 
367, 421 
963, 520 
550, 886 
000, 287 
107, 270 
203, 073 
389, 549 
829, 792 
608, 578 
272, 916 
054,006 



Per cent 



100.00 
99.99 
99.93 
99.79 
99.55 
98.60 
92.62 
81.25 
65.20 
55.26 
39.37 
29.66 
19.06 



Cumulative distribution 
under class above 



Amount 



$17, 

570, 

1, 974, 

4, 387, 

13, 937, 

73, 830, 

187, 735, 

348, 548, 

448, 108, 

607, 329, 

704, 665, 

810, 884, 

1, 001, 938, 



Per cent 



0.01 

.07 

.21 

.45 

1.40 

7.38 

18.75 

34.80 

44.74 

60.63 

70.34 

80.94 

100.00 



6 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



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 of the 
taxpayer. In basic Tables 4 and 5 (pp. 66-71) similar distribu- 
tions are shown by States and Territories and by net income classes, 
respectively. 



Distribution of individual returns for 1929 by 
showing number of returns, net 


sex and family relationship of taxpayer, 
income, and percentages * 


Family relationship 


Returns 


Net income 


Number 


Per cent 


Amount 


Per cent 


Joint returns of husbands and wives, with or without 
dependent children, and the returns of husbands 
whose wives, though living with them, filed separate 
returns 


1, 973, 864 
116, 265 
290, 116 
107, 867 

1, 055, 604 

457, 822 

42, 789 


48.80 
2.88 
7.17 
2.67 
26.10 
11.32 
1.06 


$14, 853, 469, 295 

1, 476, 321, 308 
1, 257, 883, 366 

517, 514, 768 
3, 879, 010, 616 

2, 168, 736, 964 
647, 799, 247 


59.89 


Wives filing separate returns from husbands 


5.95 


Single men, heads of families 


5.07 


Single women, heads of families 


2.09 


Single men, not heads of families 


15.64 


Single women, not heads of families 


8.75 


Community property income 2. .__ 


2.61 






Total 


4, 044, 327 


100. 00 


24, 800, 735, 564 


100.00 







1 Includes returns for income of estates or property held in trust, which are distributed by sex and family 
relationship of the testator or grantor. Data for returns of net income under $5,000 estimated on basis of 
sample. (See p. 1.) 

2 Excludes separate returns of community property income of husband and wife in which the net income 
Is under $5,000, and joint returns of husband and wife which show net income under $10,000. In tabulating 
joint returns of net income of $10,000 and over the data are divided to represent the separate returns of the 
husband and wife, the net incom.e class for each of the separate returns being one-half of the combined net 
income of the joint return. Returns of community property income not included under the heading are 
classified either under joint returns of husbands and wives, etc., or wives filing separate returns from 
husbands. 

NET INCOME EXEMPT FROM NORMAL TAX (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

The net income specifically exempt from normal tax through 
personal exemption, credit for dependents, dividends on stock of 
domestic corporations, interest on Government obligations not 
wholly exempt from tax, capital net gain from sale of assets held 
more than two years, and net income offset by net loss for prior year, 
also the net income subject to normal tax, are shown in the following 
table : 

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

1929^ 



Distribution 


Amount 


Per cent 


Net income 


$24, 800, 735, 56-4 


100. 00 










Net income specifically e.xempt from normal tax: 

Personal exemption and credit for dependents 


11,933,264,857 
2, 012, 082, 666 




Less exemption in excess of net income 












Net personal exemption and credit for dependents 


9, 921, 182, 191 

4, 786, 027, 684 

40, 184, 478 

2, 277, 234, 496 
28, 909, 275 


40.00 


Dividends on stoclc of domestic corporations 






19.30 


Interest on Government obligations not wholly exeff 


pt frc 

years 

prior 


m tax 


.16 


Capital net gain from sale of assets hold more than two 

Less loss in ordinary net income, and net loss for 

year, deductible from capital net gain 


$2, 346, 703, 552 
69, 469, 056 


9 18 


Net income offset by net loss for prior year. 




.12 










Net income not subject to normal tax 


17, 053, 538, 124 


68.76 










Net income subject to normal tax . 


7, 747, 197, 440 


31.24 







1 Data for returns of net income under $5,000 estimated on basis of sample. (See p. 1.) 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 7 

CAPITAL NET LOSS FROM SALE OF ASSETS HELD MORE THAN TWO YEARS 

(INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

Under the revenue act of 1924 and subsequent acts, net 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 deducting such loss, the tax is less than by taking a tax credit of 
12K 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 
1924-1929 be made comparable with prior years, it is necessary that 
such losses be deducted from "net income" and that "general de- 
ductions" be increased by a like amount. These adjustments have 
not been made in the "net income" and "general deductions" figures 
shown in the Statistics of Income for these years. 

Capital net loss from sale of assets held more than two years re- 
ported on individual income tax returns for 1929 on which the 
tax credit of 12>^ per cent was computed $43, 027, 568 

Tax credit of 12>4 per cent 5, 378, 446 

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 act of 1921 and subsequent acts, 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 ordinary net income before 
deduction of this loss, and the taxpayer has a capital net gain, the 
amount of such excess shall next be applied against the capital net 
gain for such year, and if this excess is larger than the capital net gain 
for such year, the balance is similarly allowed as a deduction in com- 
puting the net income and the capital net gain the next succeeding 
taxable year. See section 117 of the revenue act of 1928. 

Such net losses being of prior year origin are therefore not included 
in the current year deductions in arriving at the net income for the 
various years shown in this volume. 

Net loss for prior year reported in the individual income tax re- 
turns for the years 1922 to 1929, inclusive, and taken as a deduction 
in computing ordinary net income and capital net gain is given below: 

Year — Amount Year — Amount 

1922 $45,220,859 1926 $27,411,767 

1923 34,266,149 1927 37,054,785 

1924 29,869,182 1928 33,616,475 

1925 32,321,310 1929 28,909,275 

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 net income and, if specifically earned, to 
the tax on an amount not exceeding $10,000 under the revenue act of 
1924, applicable to returns for 1924, and to an amount not exceeding 
$20,000 under the revenue act of 1926, applicable to returns for 1925- 
1927, and to an amount not exceeding $30,000 under the revenue 
act of 1928, applicable to returns for 1928 and 1929. 

Earned net income tax credit, reported on returns for the years 
1924-1929, inclusive, is shown below. The decrease in the amount 



s 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



of earned income credit for 1929 reflects for the most part the special 
reduction in normal tax rates as provided for in a joint resolution of 
Congress (see p. 1). 



Year — Amount 

1924 $30,637,463 

1925_ 24,570,183 

1926 24,646,993 



Year — Amount 

1927 $24,915,315 

1928 34,789,690 

1929 22,062,492 



INCOME AND PROFITS TAXES PAID BY INDIVIDUALS TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES OR 
POSSESSIONS OF THE UNITED STATES (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

The amounts reported by individuals for income and profits taxes 
paid foreign countries or possessions of the United States are shown 
below for the years 1925-1929, inclusive. These amounts are tax 
credits and have not been deducted from the figures on tax shown in 
the tables of this report. They should be deducted in order to de- 
termine Federal income tax liability of individuals. 

Income and profits taxes paid foreign countries 



Year — Amount 

1925__ $1,987,285 

1926-__ 2,622,246 

1927 2,297,852 



Year — Amount 

1928 $1,893,557 

1929 2,846,291 



SOURCE OF INCOME (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

Immediately following is shown a distribution by sources of the 
income reported by individuals; also general deductions. The 
figures for the various sources are aggregates of net amounts of income, 
and represent the amounts by which the gross profits exceed the de- 
ductions allowed for each specific source, as provided in the schedules 
of the return. (See Form 1040, following page 411). Net losses 
reported in the schedules are transferred in tabulation to general 
deductions, which also include general deductions reported in the 
return under "Deductions." 

Sources of income and deductions in individual returns for 1929,'^ amounts and 

percentages 



Sources of income and deductions 



Amount 



Per cent 



Wages and salaries 

Business 

Partnership. 

Profit from sale of real estate, stocks, bonds, etc., other than taxed as capital 

net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years 

Capital not gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years 

Rents and royalties 

Interest on Government obligations not wholly exempt from tax 

Dividends on stock of domestic corporations 

Fiduciary 

Interest and other income.. 

Total income 

General deductions: 

Net loss from sale of real estate, stocks, bonds, etc., other than reported 
for tax credit on capital net loss from sale of assets held more than 2 
years 

Contributions 

All other 

Total deductions 

Net income 



$11, 198, 978, 868 
3, 378, 983, 610 
1, 853, 142, 856 

2, 337, 856, 023 
2, 346, 703. 552 
1,286,072,413 
40, 184, 478 
4, 786, 027, 684 
508, 479, 409 
2, 210, 522, 716 



29, 946, 952, 209 



995, 943, 850 

528, 884, 573 
3, 621, 388, 222 



5, 146, 216, 645 



24, 800, 735, 564 



37.40 
11.28 
6.19 

7.81 
7.84 
4.29 
.13 
15.98 
1.70 
7.38 



100. 00 



3.33 

1.77 
12.08 



17.18 



82.82 



> Data for returns of net income under $5,000 estimated on basis of sample. (See p. 1.) 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



9 



The following table shows, by net income classes, the distribution 
of the total income by sources. The distribution by States and 
Territories and by a larger number of net income classes is shown in 
basic Tables 6 and 7, respectively (pp. 72-77). The percentage 
distribution of total income by sources is shown in the second table 
following. 

Total income in individual returns for 1929, by net income classes, showing sources 

of income in detail 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Wages and 
salaries 


Business 


Partnership • 


Profit from sale 
of real estate, 
stocks, bonds, 
etc., other than 
taxed as capital 
net gain from 
sale of assets 
held more than 
2 years 




$6,019,938,303 

2,404,991,205 

1, 573, 732, 433 

586,864,905 

303,404,665 

104, 254, 833 

108, 484, 638 

42,900,394 

28, 945, 767 

25,461,725 


$1, 542, 655, 080 

920, 399, 240 

576, 769, 146 

177,486,042 

81, 730, 249 

29,791,409 

28, 743, 208 

12, 351, 468 

7,217,311 

1,840,457 


$355, 221, 220 
362, 907, 235 
362, 338, 007 
187,317,379 
145,945,615 
77, 223, 219 
125, 555, 103 
69, 001, 098 
72, 984, 532 
94, 649, 448 


$293, 798, 877 




325,832,668 


10 under 25 


618, 816, 634 


25 under 50 


460, 743, 152 


50 under 100 - 


248, 336, 434 


100 under 150 


81, 049, 934 


150 under 300 . - 


110, 322, 170 


300 under 500 


48, 205, 176 


500 under 1 000 -- 


51, 713, 660 


l,000iand over 


99,037,918 






Total - 


11,198,978,868 


3, 378, 983, 610 


1, 853, 142, 856 


2,337,856,623 






Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Capital net gain 
from sale of as- 
sets held more 
than two years 


Rents and 
royalties 


Interest on 

Government 

obligations not 

wholly exempt 

from tax 


Dividends on 

stock of 

domestic 

corporations 






$636,947,981 

258,324,099 

202, 858, 237 

85, 685, 658 

48, 471, 617 

16, 645, 924 

16, 213, 585 

5, 592, 255 

6, 182, 090 

9, 150, 967 




$538,996,958 








506,117,470 


10;under 25 - 




$14,887,419 
9, 179, 275 
6, 507, 749 
2, 510, 024 
2, 616, 137 
1, 298, 986 
1, 128, 601 
2, 056, 287 


930, 661, 895 


25;under 50 


$28, 497, 242 
257, 917, 405 
223, 463, 507 
422, 551, 030 
301,415,314 
352, 511, 600 
760, 347, 454 


736, 129, 443 


50'under 100 - 


645, 813, 959 


100 under 150 --- 


305,116,050 


150 under 300 . - 


377, 562, 677 


300 under 500 . ._ 


201, 143, 594 


500 under 1,000 


213, 339, 537 


IjOOO^and over. 


331. 146, 101 






Total — - 


2, 346, 703, 552 


1, 286, 072, 413 


40,184,478 


4, 786, 027, 684 








Fiduciary ' 


Interest and 
other income 


Total income 




$86, 402, 974 
81, 218, 933 

123, 189, 205 
93, 330, 187 
62, 963, 541 
19, 175, 395 
18,598,218 
11.678,537 
4,076,978 
7,845,441 


$762, 822, 527 

383,965,435 

417,878,485 

230, 535. 010 

160, 814, 278 

58, 863, 921 

68, 034, 564 

37, 770, 460 

33, 054, 090 

56,783,946 


$10, 236, 783, 920 




5, 243, 756, 285 


10 under 25 


4,821,131,461 




2,595,768,293 


50 under 100 .. 


1,961,905,512 




918, 094, 216 


150 under 300 - 


1,278,681,330 




731, 357, 282 


500 under 1 000 - . . .. 


771, 154, 166 




1,388,319,744 










508, 479, 409 


2,210,522,716 


29,946,952,209 







1 Does not include capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years, dividends on stock of do- 
mestic corporations, or taxable interest on obligations of the United States, which items are reported under 
their respective classifications. 



10 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Percentage distribution of total income in individual returns for 1929, by net income 
classes, showing sources of income in detail 











Profit from 














sale of real es- 














tate, stocks, 


Capital 












bonds, etc.. 


net gain 




Net income classes 


Wages 




Partner- 
ship 


other than 


from sale 


Rents 




and sal- 


Business 


taxed as capi- 


of assets 


and roy- 


(Thousands of dollars) 


aries 




tal net gain 


held more 


alties 










from sale of 


than 2 












assets held 


years 












more than 2 














years 






Under 5 (estimated) 


58.81 


15.07 


3.47 


2.87 




6.22 


S under 10 


45.86 

32.64 

22.61 

15.46 

11.36 

8.48 

5.87 

3.75 


17.65 
11.96 
6.84 
4.17 
3.26 
2.26 
1.69 
.94 


6.92 
7.52 
7.22 
7.44 
8.41 
9.82 
9.43 
9.46 


6.22 
12.84 
17.75 
12.66 
8.83 
8.63 
6.59 
6.71 




4.93 


10 under 25 




4.21 


25 under 50 - 


1.10 
13.16 
24.34 
33.05 
41.21 
46.71 


3.30 


50 under 100 


2.47 


100 under 160 - 


1.81 


150 under 300 


1.27 


300 under 500 - 


.76 


603 under 1,000 


.80 


1,000 and over 


1.83 


.13 


6.82 


7.14 


54.76 


.66 






Total 


37.40 


11.28 


6.19 


7.81 


7.84 


4.29 







Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Interest on 

Government 

obligations 

not wholly 

exempt from 

tax 


Dividends 
on stock of 
domestic 
corpora- 
tions 


Fiduciary 


Interest 

and other 

income 


Total 
income 


Under 6 (estimated) 




5.27 
9.65 
19.30 
28.36 
32.92 
33.23 
29.53 
27.60 
27.66 
23.86 


0.84 
1.55 
2.55 
3.59 
3.20 
2.09 
1.45 
1.60 
.63 
.57 


7.45 
7.32 
8.67 
8.88 
8.20 
6.41 
6.32 
6.17 
4.29 
4.09 


100. 00 


5 under 10. 




100. 00 


10 under 25 - - ..- 


0.31 
.35 
.33 
.27 
.20 
.18 
.16 
.16 


100.00 


25 under 60 


100.00 


50 under 100. 


100. 00 


100 under 150 


100. 00 


150 under 300. 


100. 00 


300 under 600. 


100.00 


600 under 1,000 


100. 00 


1,000 and over 


100. 00 






Total 


.13 


15.98 


1.70 


7.38 


100.00 







FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION BY SIZE OF SPECIFIC ITEMS OF INCOME AND 
DEDUCTIONS ON RETURNS OF NET INCOME OF $6,000 AND OVER (INDIVIDUAL 
RETURNS) 

In the general tables for individual returns, data are classified 
according to the net income of the individual. Within net income 
classes, returns may show widely varying amounts of income and 
deductions from specific sources. In the following table specific items 
of income and deductions reported on returns of net income of $5,000 
and over are classified according to the size. 

The sources of income for which the amounts reported are thus 
distributed are salaries, commissions, etc.; business or profession; 
dividends on stock of domestic corporations; rents and royalties; 
capital net gain from sale of assets held more than two years; and 
profit from sale of real estate, stocks, bonds, etc., other than taxed 
as capital net gain from sale of assets held more than two years. The 
specific deductions distributed by size are: Loss from sale of real 
estate, stocks, bonds, etc., other than reported for tax credit on capital 
net loss from sale of assets held more than two years, and capital net 
loss from sale of assets held more than two years. Sources of income 
not included in this tabulation are partnership, fiduciary, and interest 
and other income. The total income received through partnerships 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



11 



and fiduciaries may not be included in items 5 and 6, Form 1040, 
provided for such income, since the instructions relative to those 
items provide: 

Enter as item 5 your share (whether received or not) of i.he profits of a partner- 
ship, and as item 6 income from an estate or trust, except that the share of (a) 
capital net gain or loss computed as provided in instruction 8a shall be reported 
in Schedule D, (6) profits which consisted of dividends on stock of domestic cor- 
porations shall be included in item 9, and (c) taxable interest on obligations of the 
United States shall be included in Schedule E, on the return. 

Frequency distribution by size of certain items of income and deductions, on indi- 
vidual returns for 1929, of net income of $5,000 and over, showing for each distri- 
bution the number of times the item occurs and the total incoine and deduction 



Size of specific income and 
deductions 

(Thousands of dollars) 



Salaries, 


commissions, 
etc. 


Business 


or profession 


Dividends on stock of 
domestic corporations 


Number 




Number 




Number 




of times 
item 


Amount 


of times 
item 


Amount 


of times 
item 


Amount 


occurs 




occurs 




occurs 




6,148 


$297, 145 


2,162 


$104, 165 


56, 899 


$2, 640, 064 


5,098 


706, 731 


2,173 


317, 540 


39, 296 


5, 663, 922 


3,888 


932, 261 


1,827 


449, 569 


29,660 


7, 233, 587 


3,493 


1, 175, 690 


1,650 


569, 871 


24, 684 


8, 500, 895 


2,705 


1,192,598 


1, 503 


672, 467 


20, 742 


9, 228, 354 


12, 688 


9, 169, 983 


6, 763 


5, 003, 745 


73,410 


53, 130, 333 


27, 643 


41, 005, 550 


11,702 


17,415,985 


84, 419 


120, 749, 559 


30, 946 


76, 799, 391 


11, 734 


29, 416, 981 


50, 979 


125, 057, 0;8 


38, 207 


133,113,321 


13, 233 


46, 496, 403 


34, 926 


120, 681, 238 


42, 581 


196, 231, 863 


16, 967 


76, 918, 081 


26, 321 


118,392,896 


312, 820 


2. 137, 839, 088 


112, 014 


776, 082, 326 


71, 592 


491, 322, 057 


75, 484 


888, 610, 131 


26, 405 


316, 782, 523 


30, 278 


365, 095, 062 


27, 437 


461, 627, 340 


8,935 


153, 004, 082 


14, 905 


256, 700, 170 


12, 773 


265, 703, 052 


3,996 


88, 773, 309 


8,111 


182, 730, 568 


7,285 


195, 000, 537 


2,132 


58, 244, 551 


6,109 


166, 522, 402 


7,048 


237, 232, 680 


2,106 


72, 051, 502 


7, 584 


261, 343, 348 


2,794 


123, 071, 950 


953 


42, 356, 204 


4,450 


198, 546, 686 


2,934 


172, 031, 539 


943 


56, 701, 491 


5,545 


337, 362, 603 


856 


73, 021, 742 


293 


25, 345, 591 


2,525 


217, 734, 428 


849 


118,611,545 


351 


50, 099, 503 


3,484 


511,432,487 


102 


33, 072, 137 


43 


14, 635, 910 


685 


234, 768, 705 


11 


7, 371, 038 


6 


3, 858, 555 


267 


180,939,561 


3 


5, 193, 253 


1 


1,028,116 


132 


271,264,733 


623, 793 


5, 179, 040, 5';5 


227, 892 


1, 83f;, 328. 530 


597, 003 


4, 247, 030. 726 



Under 0.1 

0.1 under 0.2.. 
0.2 under 0.3.. 
0.3 under 0.4. . 
0.4 under 0.5. . 
0.5 under 1 

1 under 2 

2 under 3 

3 under 4 

4 under 5 

5 under 10 

10 under 15 

15 under 20 

20 under 25 

25 under 30 

sounder 40.... 

40 under 50 

50 under 75 

75 under 100... 
100 under 250.. 
250 under 500- 
500 under 1,000 
1,000 and over. 

Total. -- 



Size of specific income and 
deductions 

(Thousands of dollars) 



Under 0.1... 

0.1 under 0.2 

0.2 under 0.3_ 

0.3 under 0.4 

0.4 under 0.5 

0.5 under 1 

1 under 2 

2 under 3 

3 under 4 

4 under 5 

5 under 10 

10 under 15 

15 under 20 

20 under 25 

25 under 30 

30 under 40 

40 under 60 

50 under 75 

75 under 100 

100 under 250-... 

250 under 500 

500 under 1,000. 

1,000 and over 

Total- 

62320—31 2 



Rents and royalties 



Number 

of times 

item 

occurs 



22, 819 

21, 251 

17, 808 

15, 725 

13, 259 

40, 794 

36, 235 

18, 281 

11,487 

8, 066 

20, 996 

6,340 

2,685 

1,333 

789 

778 

346 

389 

127 

126 

14 

5 

2 



239, 655 



Amount 



$1, 170, 726 

3, 010, 105 

4, 370, 928 
,5, 408, 663 
5, 919, 088 

29, 158, 379 

51, 654, 509 

44, 752, 847 

39, 670, 694 

35, 970, 681 

146, 115,741 

76, 262, 510 

46, 0O4, 369 

29, 679, 563 

21, 447, 687 

26, 595, 629 

15,312,013 

23, 039, 509 

10, 962, 047 

18, 696, 591 

4,411,900 

3, 339, 044 

6, 241, 209 



Profit from sale of real 
estate, stocks, bonds, 
etc., other than tax- 
ed as capital net gain 
from sale of assets 
held more than 2 
years 



Number 

of times 

item 

occurs 



17, 635 

13, 782 

11,304 

9, 517 

8,654 

31,817 

40, 792 

27,717 

21, 416 

17, 302 

48, 799 

20, 436 

10, 310 

6,887 

4,057 

4,443 

2,199 

2,227 

679 

888 

181 

63 

41 



649, 124, 432 t 301, 206 



Amount 



$830,291 

2, 039, 250 
2, 803, 645 

3, 291, 738 
3, 867, 665 

22, 999, 271 

58. ,500, 215 

67,675,413 

72, 370. 336 

74, 5G0, 483 

337, 834, 410 

241,486,477 

171,941,571 

139, 578, 073 

108, 025, 017 

152, 215, 464 

96, 590, 246 

132, 432, 933 

57, 239, 881 
130, 343, 377 

58, 825, 931 
39, 161. 30; 
69, 432, 753 



2, 044, 057, 746 



Loss from sale of real 
estate, stocks, bonds, 
etc., other than ret 
ported for tax credit 
on capital net loss 
from sale of assets 
held more than 2 
years 



Number 

of times 

item 

occurs 



6,183 

4, 669 

3,914 

3.215 

2,752 

10, 186 

11,908 

7,010 

4,711 

3,479 

9,280 

4,040 

2, 214 

1, 416 

930 

1,165 

676 

886 

441 

651 

119 

41 

19 



Amount 



$293, 804 

673, 998 

963, 289 

1,112.560 

1, 227, 748 

7, 354, 050 

17, 220, 275 

17, 278, 804 

10,411,110 

15, 635, 258 

65, 962, 214 

49, 664, 478 

38, 320, 774 

31,788,392 

25, 693, 184 

40, 429, 556 

30, 379, 284 

53, 931, 895 

37, 969, 249 

80, 225, 572 

39, 876, 298 

26, 977, 916 

33,193,116 



79,808 ' 632,482,824 



12 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Freqtiency distribution by size of certain items of income and deductions, on indi- 
vidual returns for 1929, of net income of $5,000 and over, showing for each distri- 
bution the number of times the item occurs and the total income and deduction — 
Continued 



Size of specific income and deductions 


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


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


(Thousands of dollars) 


Number 

of times 

item 

occurs 


Amount 


Number 

of times 

item 

occurs 


Amount 


Under 0.1 


321 

282 

234 

215 

179 

772 

1,083 

824 

736 

592 

2,159 

1, 5".l 

1,273 

1,078 

973 

1, 481 

1,225 

1,735 

1,634 

3,471 

1,024 

473 

285 


$16, 666 
40, 692 
57, 066 
73, 646 
79, 570 

573, 294 

1, 586, 269 

2, 042, 001 
2, 569, 755 
2, 645, 370 

15, 945, 861 

19,311,507 

22, 152, 621 

24, 082, 763 

25, 717, 614 

51, 555, 353 

55, 053, 893 

104, 900, 968 

135, 495, 218 

49S, 366, 625 

352, 707, 275 

328, 724, 467 

702, 005, 058 


153 
123 
112 
83 

90 

283 

382 

247 

179 

165 

467 

216 

149 

88 

52 

87 

52 

64 

48 

60 

9 

1 

1 


$7,344 


0.1 under 0.2 


17, 976 


0.2 under 0.3 - 


27, 216 

28,672 

40, 224 

211,496 


0.3 under 0.4.. 


0.4 under 0.5 


0.5 under 1. 


1 under 2 


553, 264 


2 under 3 


eOO, 792 


3 under 4 -.. 


616, 440 
739, 672 


4 under 5 ... 


5 under 10 - . ... 


3. 350, 160 
2, 676, 968 


10 under 15- . .. ... . . . 


15 under 20.. 


2, 606, 112 


20 under 25- 


1, 974, 168 


25 under 30- 


1, 442, 456 


30 under 40—- 


3, 032, 024 




2, 348, 792 


50 under 75 


3, 834, 944 
4. 097, 384 


75 under 100 


100 under 250 


8, 760, 584 

2, 970, 616 

727, 680 

2, 362, 584 


250 under 500 _ 


500 under 1,000 


1,000 and over- 




Total 


23, 610 


2, 346, 703, 552 


3,111 


43, 027, 568 





NET PROFIT FROM BUSINESS REPORTED ON RETURNS OF NET INCOME OF $5,000 
AND OVER, BY INDUSTRIAL GROUPS (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

The net profit from business (other than from partnerships) 
reported by retm-ns, Form 1040, of net income of $5,000 and over, 
is classified below according to the nature of the business. 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 individual making the return. 

The distribution by industrial divisions of business profits reported 
on returns. Form 1040, showing net income of less than $5,000, is 
not given. The sample of these returns on wliich the Statistics of 
Income estim.ates are based is not considered sufficiently compre- 
hensive for these detailed figures concerning net profit from business. 

The net profit from business as shown in these statistics means the 
total receipts from business or profession, less cost of goods sold, and 
other business deductions, such as salaries, interest on business 
indebtedness, taxes on business or business property, loss from fire 
or storm, bad debts arising from sales, depreciation, obsolescence, and 
depletion, rents, repairs, and other expenses, as provided for in 
Schedule A of the individual income-tax return, Form 1040. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



13 



Net "profit from business, by industrial groups, showing number of businesses and total 
net profit from business reported on individual returns for 1929, showing net income 
of $6,000 and over; also grand totals for prior years 



Industrial groups 



Number of 
businesses 



Per cent 



Net profit from 
business 



Per cent 



Agriculture and related industries ..- 

Mining and quarrying 

Manufacturing: 

Food products, beverages, and tobacco 

Textiles and textile products 

Leather and leather products 

Rubber and related products.. 

Lumber and wood products... 

Paper, pulp, and products. - 

Printing and publishing.. 

Chemicals and allied substances 

Stone, clay, and glass products 

Metals and metal products 

All other manufacturing industries.. 

Total manufacturing. 

Construction. 

Transportation and other public utilities. 

Trade 

Service — professional, amusements, hotels, etc 

Finance— banking, insurance, real estate, stock and bond 

, brokers, etc.. 

Business not sufficiently defined to be classed with any 
other division 

Grand total, 1929. 

Grand total, 1928 

Grand total, 1927 

Grand total, 1926. 

Grand total, 1925. 

Grand total, 1924 

Grand total, 1923 

Grand total, 1922. 

Grand total, 1921 

Grand total, 1920 



19, 306 

1,558 



3,181 

2,522 

219 

96 

778 

160 

2,332 

484 

485 

2,165 

1,233 



13, 655 



11, 551 
2,567 

62, 665 

91, 587 

12, 695 
12, 891 



228, 475 
220, 159 
212,919 
218, 148 
203, 576 
0) 

(') 
(') 
(0 



8.45 



$113, 322, 368 
16, 097, 499 



1.40 
1.10 
.10 
.04 
.34 
.07 
1.02 
.21 
.21 
.95 
.54 



5.06 

1.12 

27.43 

40.09 

5.55 

5.64 



100. 00 



26, 141, 073 

24, 806, 626 

2, 365, 292 

1, 214, 186 

6, 926, 496 

1, 712, 073 

19, 729, 701 

5, 695, 699 

3, 952, 879 

22, 161, 634 

15, 737, 402 



130, 443, 061 



102, 022, 908 

19, 694, 332 

458, 603, 240 

762, 533, 196 

140, 645, 358 

92, 966, 568 



1, 836, 
1, 772, 
1, 704, 
1, 738, 
1, 623, 
1, 290, 
1, 059, 
1, 012, 
816, 
1, 398, 



328, 530 
255, 111 
175, 267 
522, 844 
638, 298 
721, 756 
472, 721 
439, 906 
040, 035 
069, 227 



6.17 



1.42 

1.35 
.13 
.07 
.38 
.09 

L07 
.31 
.22 

1.20 



7.10 



5.56 

1.07 

24.97 

41.53 

7.66 

5.06 



100. 00 



1 Not available. 



TAXES PAID OTHER THAN FEDERAL INCOME TAX AND INTEREST PAID AS 
REPORTED ON RETURNS OF NET INCOME OF $5,000 AND OVER (INDIVIDUAL 
RETURNS) 

In basic Tables 8 and 8A, pages 78-79, taxes paid other than 
Federal income tax or income and profits taxes paid foreign countries 
or possessions of the United States allowed as a deduction, and 
interest paid as reported in the returns of net income of $5,000 and 
over, are distributed by States and Territories and by net income 
classes, respectively. The amounts are shown separately as reported 
in business deductions in Schedule A (Income from business or pro- 
fession) and in deductions from total income. Taxes paid other than 
Federal income tax are reported under "Deductions" in the individual 
income-tax return (item 14 on Form 1040) in accordance with the 
following instructions: 

Enter as item 14 personal taxes and taxes paid on property not used in your 
business or profession, not including those assessed against local benefits of a 
kind tending to increase the value of the property assessed. Do not include 
Federal income taxes, taxes imposed upon your interest as shareholder of a 
corporation which are paid by the corporation without reimbursement from you, 
nor income taxes claimed as a credit in item 54. 

Taxes paid on business property or for carrying on business as 
reported under business deductions in item 12, Schedule A, "Incom.e 
from business or profession," do not include Federal income taxes, 
taxes assessed against local benefits of a kind tending to increase 



14 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



the value of property, nor taxes imposed upon sales by manufactur- 
ers. Amounts tabulated do not include taxes reported on Form 
1040F, Schedule of farm income and expenses. 

Interest paid is reported under "Deductions" in the individual 
income-tax return (item 13, Form 1040) in accordance with the 
following instructions : 

Enter as item 13 interest paid on personal indebtedness as distinguished from, 
business indebtedness (which should be deducted under Schedule A or B). Do 
not include interest on indebtedness incurred to purchase or carry obHgations 
or securities the interest upon which is wholly exempt from taxation. 

Interest paid on business indebtedness to others is reported under 
business deductions in item 11, Schedule A, "Income from business 
or profession," in accordance with the following instructions: 

Enter on line 11, interest on business indebtedness. Do not include interest 
to yourself on capital invested in or advanced to the business. 

The taxes paid, other than Federal income tax and certain income 
taxes paid foreign countries, and interest paid, reported on returns of 
net income under $5,000, are not included, as the sample of the returns 
is not considered sufficiently comprehensive to determine these items 
accurately. 

Below are shown in aggregates for the years for which the data 
are available the taxes paid other than Federal income tax and cer- 
tain income taxes paid foreign countries, and the interest paid as re- 
ported on returns of net income of $5,000 and over: 

Taxes paid other than Federal income tax^ and interest paid, individual returns for 
1927-1929, of net income of $5,000 and over 





Taxes paid other than Federal income tax ' 


Interest paid 


Year 


Total 


Reported in 

general 
deductions 


Reported 
in business 
deductions 


Total 


Reported in 

general 
deductions 


Reported 
in business 
deductions 


1929 


$532, 798, 878 
527, 893, 669 
485, 969, 727 


$479, 099, 835 
475, 422, 144 
440, 973, 832 


$53, 699, 043 
52, 471, 525 
44, 995, 895 


$958, 958, 653 
940, 615, 916 


$886, 187, 377 
866, 057, 874 


$72, 771, 276 


1928.. 


74, 558, 042 


1927 













I Excludes also certain income tax paid foreign countries. (See p. 8.) 

WHOLLY AND PARTIALLY TAX-EXEMPT OBLIGATIONS, RETURNS OF NET INCOME 
OF $5,000 AND OVER (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

The following tabulation shows the wholly and partially tax-exempt 
securities owned and interest received therefrom segregated by nature 
of obligation and by net income classes reported by individuals 
having net income of $5,000 and over. ' "^ 

In connection with this table it should be noted that the amount 
of interest reported on the returns is the total amount received or 
accrued. Since bond holdings are subject to variation during the 
year, the amount of bonds reported may include bonds for which 
no interest was received or accrued, and, vice versa, the interest 
reported may include interest on bonds which are not included in 
the amount of bonds reported. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



15 



Tax-exempt obligations reported in individual returns for 1929 of net income of $5,000 
and over, showing amounts owned and interest received, by nature of obligation and 
by net income classes 





Amount owned 


Interest received 








Wholly tax- 






Wholly tax- 








exempt obli- 






exempt obli- 








gations of the 






gations of the 








United States 






United States 








and its pos- 






and its pos- 








sessions, and 






sessions, and 


Net income classes 

(Thousands of 
dollars) 


Total 


Obligations 
of States and 
Territories 
or political 
subdivisions 
thereof 


securities is- 
sued under 
the Federal 
farm loan act; 
partially 
tax-exempt 
Liberty bonds, 
Treasury cer- 


Total 


Obligations 
of States 
and Terri- 
tories or 
political 
subdivi- 
sions there- 
of 


securities is- 
sued under 
the Federal 
farm loan act 
and partially 
tax-exempt 
Liberty bonds. 
Treasury cer- 








tificates of 




tificates of 








indebtedness, 






indebtedness, 








Treasury sav- 






Treasury sav- 








ing certifi- 






ings certifi- 








cates, and 






cates, and 








Treasury 






Treasury 








notes 






notes 


5 under 6 


$98, 694, 034 


$38, 574, 514 


$60,119,520 
54, 872, 181 
50, 321, 469 


$4, 682, 233 


$1, 967, 595 


$2, 714, 638 


6 under 7 


90, 433, 756 
81,039,519 


35, 561, 575 
30, 718, 050 


4, 445, 496 
3,951,514 


1, 941, 790 
1, 719, 477 


2, 503, 706 


7 under 8 


2, 232, 037 


8 under 9. 


79, 381, 087 


34, 792, 229 


44, 588, 858 


4, 340, 948 


1, 718, 155 


2, 622, 793 


9 under 10 


81, 008, 826 
72, 299, 968 


34, 882, 701 
30,027,316 


46, 126, 125 
42, 272, 652 


4, 508, 457 
3, 291, 427 


2, 478, 1S9 
1, 568, 278 


2, 030, 268 


10 under U. 


1, 723, 149 


11 under 12. 


61, 800, 246 
54, 407, 285 


22, 293, 402 
19,911,551 


39, 506, 844 
34, 495, 734 


3, 023, 243 
2, 789, 710 


1,222,194 
1, 125, 488 


1, 801, 049 


12 under 13 


1, 664, 222 


13 under 14 


66, 102, 246 
57, 936, 972 


29, 483, 665 
28, 607, 295 


36,618,581 
29, 329, 677 


3, 132, 442 
2, 718, 820 


1, 467, 887 
1,441,189 


1, 664, 555 


14 under 15 


1,277,631 


15 under 20 


256, 467, 738 


113,566,091 


142, 901, 647 


12, 998, 067 


6, 570, 265 


6, 427, 802 


20 under 25 .. 


215, 317, 875 


101, 304, 285 


114,013,590 


11,358,936 


5, 798, 365 


5, 560, 571 


25 under 30 


182, 999, 133 


94, 331, 972 


88, 667, 161 


9, 395, 445 


5, 323, 251 


4, 072, 194 


sounder 40 


292, 333, 667 


154, 149, 626 


138, 184, 041 


15, 307, 533 


8, 591, 071 


6, 716, 462 


40 under 50 


245, 723, 935 
219, 423, 500 


150, 726, 836 
126, 421, 088 


94, 997, 099 
93,002,412 


14, 188, 923 
12, 156, 925 


8, 845, 188 
7,718,818 


5, 343, 735 


50 under 60 


4, 438, 107 


60 under 70 


220, 276, 974 


141,068,688 


79, 208, 286 


10, 606, 802 


6, 980, 021 


3, 626, 781 


70 under 80 


188, 489, 495 


131, 445, 772 


57, 043, 723 


9, 305, 663 


6, 547, 217 


2, 758, 446 


sounder 90 


172, 140,504 


115,286,706 


56, 853, 798 


8, 619, 644 


6,287,115 


2, 332, 529 


90 under 100 


116,597,289 


76, 867, 912 


39, 729, 377 


5, 981, 433 


4, 024, 964 


1, 956, 469 


100 under 150 


488, 375, 417 


334,616,113 


153, 759, 304 


24, 167, 244 


17,491,735 


6, 675, 509 


150 under 200 


308, 087, 249 


218, 072, 086 


90, 015, 163 


14, 175, 303 


10, 430, 552 


3, 744, 751 


200 under 250 


176, 243, 082 


113,780,894 


62, 462, 188 


9, 390, 854 


6, 460, 488 


2, 930, 366 


250 under 300 


141,766,592 


88, 751, 876 


53, 014, 716 


7, 408, 240 


5, 022, 416 


2, 385, 824 


300 under 400 


217,310,223 


143,152,099 


74, 158, 124 


10,851,454 


7, 453, 665 


3, 397, 789 


400 under 500 


190, 776, 575 


138, 291, 092 


52, 485, 483 


9,961,812 


7, 437, 360 


2, 524, 452 


500 under 750 


278,202,611 


194, 596, 709 


83, 605, 902 


13, 004, 262 


9, 394, 739 


3, 609, 523 


750 under 1,000 


104, 421, 184 


72, 754, 383 


31, 666, 801 


5, 370, 243 


3, 869, 418 


1, 500, 825 


1,000 under 1,500 


125, 726, 856 


90, 982, 040 


34, 744, 816 


5, 816, 067 


4, 053, 437 


1, 762, 630 


1,500 under 2,000 


125, 284, 405 


95, 436, 393 


29, 848, 012 


7, 851, 889 


6, 383, 029 


1, 468, 860 


2,000 under 3,000 


76, 175, 839 


50, 748, 997 


25, 426. 842 


3, 465, 083 


2, 437, 307 


1, 027, 776 


3,000 under 4,000 


42, 195, 870 


32, 222, 570 


9, 973, 300 


1, 410, 277 


1, 001, 560 


408, 717 


4,000 uniJer 5,000 


22, 868, 465 


18,516,265 


4, 352, 200 


1, 092, 599 


780, 972 


311,627 


5,000 and over 


222, 836, 942 


97, 299, 864 


125, 537, 078 


9, 172, 356 


4, 000, 159 


5, 172, 197 


Total.- 


5, 373, 145, 359 


3, 199, 242, 655 


2, 173, 902, 704 


269, 941, 344 


169, 553, 354 


100,387,990 





RETURNS FOR 1929 ON FORM 1040 WITH NO NET INCOME (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

As noted on page 2, the general tables for individual returns in 
the Statistics of Income reports do not include data for returns which 
show no net income. Such returns are filed in accordance with the 
statutory requirements that every individual with gross income of 
$5,000 and over, irrespective of the amount of statutory net income 
or deficit, file an income-tax return. Tabulations prepared from 
these returns by deficit classes and by sources of income and deduc- 
tions are shown below. The distribution of the returns by States 
and Territories is shown in basic Table 11 A, page 259. 



16 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Individual returns for 1929 on Form IO4O with no net income, by deficit classes, 
showing the number of returns and the deficit 



Deficit classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Number 

of 
returns 


Deficit 


Under 5 


59, 292 

13, 694 

11,414 

4,558 

2,163 

649 

536 

151 

60 

28 


$99, 068, 736 


5 under 10 


97, 014, 528 


10 under 25 . . 


187, 912, 034 


25 under 50 . . ... . . 


158, 832, 081 


50 under 100 . .. ............_. 


149, 683, 088 


100 under 150 


78, 408, 691 


150 under 300 — - 


110, 106, 137 


300 under 600 


57, 728, 795 


500 under 1,000 - 


40, 338, 806 


1,000 and over - - 


46, 039, 476 








Total 


92, 545 


1, 025, 130, 372 







Individual returns for 1929 on Form IO4O with no net income, showing sources of 

income and deductions 



Sources of income and deductions 



Amount 



Wages and salaries 

Business 

Partnership' , 

Profit from sale of real estate, stocks, bonds, etc., other than taxed as 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 

Interest on Government obligations not wholly exempt from tax... 

Dividends on stock of domestic corporations 

Fiduciary ' 

Interest and other income.. 



$199, 654, 006 
58, 413, 212 
49, 533, 482 

85, 264, 983 

1, 425, 583 
79, 983, 981 

2, 863, 955 
297, 726, 288 

12, 208, 790 
115, 176, 658 



Total income. 



902, 250, 938 



General deductions: 

Taxes paid other than income tax 

Contributions 

Net loss from sale of real estate, stocks, bonds, etc., other than reported for tax credit on 

capital net loss from sale of assets held more than 2 years 

Miscellaneous deductions... 



Total deductions. 
Deficit 



156, 054, 345 
13,015,814 

838, 983, 901 
910, 327, 250 

1, 927, 381, 310 



1, 025, 130, 372 



• Does not include capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years, dividends on stock of domes- 
tic corporations, or taxable interest on obligations of the United States, which items are reported under 
their respective classifications. 

RETURNS FOR 1928 ON FORM 1040 WITH NO NET INCOME (INDIVIDUAL RETURN^ 

Supplementing the data for individual income tax returns for 1928, 
Form 1040, with no net income, as shown on page 24 of Statistics of 
Income for 1928, there is given below a tabulation of the returns, dis- 
tributed by deficit classes, showing the number of returns and amount 
of deficit: 

Individual returns for 1928, on Form IO4O, with no net income, by deficit classes, 
showing number of returns and deficit 



Deficit classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Number 
of returns 


Deficit 


Deficit classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Number 
ofreturns 


Deficit 


Under 5 


55, 121 

8,639 

5,914 

1,849 

814 

222 


$98, 743, 755 
60, 906, 165 
91, 174, 468 
63, 251, 006 
55, 917, 697 
26, 891, 416 


150 under 300 


180 
52 
30 

8 


$36, 870, 598 


5 under 10 


300 under 500 


18, 903, 153 


10 under 25 


500 under 1,000 


19, 519, 868 


25 under 50 


1,000 and over 


27, 035, 246 




Totfil - 




100 under 150 


72,829 


499, 213, 372 









STATISTICS OF INCOME 



17 



NUMBER OF RETURNS BY COUNTIES AND CITIES (INDIVIDUAL RETURNS) 

The number of individual income tax returns filed for 1929, segre- 
gated by counties, by cities, and by townships having a population of 
1,000 and over in the 1930 census, is shown in basic Table 11 (pp. 
165-258). The number of returns in this table includes all returns 
filed — that is, includes those reported on Form 1040, showing no net 
income, which are not included in the other general tables. These 
returns are filed in accordance with the statutory requirements 
that every individual with gross income of $5,000 and over, regardless 
of the amount of net income, file an income tax return. The data 
from these returns are not included in the other general tables of this 
report but are shown separately on pages 15, 16, and 259. 

For the years 1928 and 1929 the collectors of internal revenue were 
asked for an actual count of the index cards prepared from the returns 
filed in each collection district. Previous to 1928 these data were very 
close approximations, calculated by measurement on the basis of a 
certain number of cards to the inch. 

It should be noted, however, that absolute accuracy in the count 
of returns by the numerous civil divisions involved is impossible except 
through the expenditure of considerable time and money. 

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 by the 
individual copartners according to then- shares, whether distributed or 
not. A special return of information concerning income is, however, 
required from partnerships on Form 1065. 

The number of partnership returns filed for 1917-1929, inclusive, is 
as follows: 

Year — Number 

1917 31,701 

1918 100,728 

1919 175,898 

1920 240,767 

1921 259,359 

1922 287,959 

1923 304,996 



Year — 



Number 



1924 321,158 

1925 309,414 

1926 295,425 

1927 282,841 

1928 272,127 

1929 263,519 



CORPORATION INCOME-TAX RETURNS 

The number of income-tax returns filed by corporations for 1929 
was 509,436, as against 495,892 for 1928. Of the total number of 
returns for 1929, 269,430 were filed by corporations reporting net 
income, 186,591 by corporations reporting no net income, and 53,415 
by inactive corporations reporting no income data. The returns 
filed included 8,754 consolidated returns for groups of aflSliated 
corporations, of which 5,408 showed net income and 3,346 showed no 
net income. The aggregate net income of all corporations reporting 
net income was $11,653,886,002 and the tax liability $1,193,435,832. 
The aggregate net income of corporations filing consolidated returns 
was $5,953,845,059 and the tax hability $631,374,733. 

Separate tabulations of returns filed for fiscal years (not ending 
December) and for fractional (part) years, shown on pages 29-30, 
make it possible to segregate data for calendar year accounting periods 
and for other accounting periods. In addition, separate tabulations of 
data from consoHdated returns are shown on pages 26-28, from 



18 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



which the significance of this form of return can be appraised. 
Consolidated returns represent the composite return of affiliated 
corporations filing under the provisions of the income tax law, which 
authorizes such groups of corporations to submit a consolidated 
income-tax return of the combined income, deductions, and tax for 
the affiliated concerns. 

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 "Corpora- 
tions reporting net income," "Corporations reporting no net income," 
and "Inactive corporations — no income data reported." Basic Table 
12 (pp. 263-265) shows the returns distributed by States and Territories 
and likewise by those showing net income, no net income, and inactive. 

In analyzing the data compiled for corporations classified under 
"Finance — banking, insurance, real estate and holding companies, 
stock and bond brokers, etc.," allowances should be made for the two 
special deductions from gross income permitted life insurance com- 
panies. These special deductions, totaling $587,000,000, represent 
(1)4 per cent of the mean of the reserve funds and (2) 2 per cent of the 
reserve held for deferred dividends. (See paragraphs (2) and (4) of 
subdivision (a) of section 203 of the revenue act of 1928. See also 
T. D. 4231.) 

In basic Tables 14 and 15 (pp. 267-287) the special deductions for 
life insurance companies are included in "Miscellaneous deductions" 
imder "Statutory deductions." 

Corporation returns for 1929,^ by major industrial groups, showing for corporations 
reporting net income and no net income, number of returns and per cent of total; 
gross income, deductions, net income or deficit, net loss for prior year, income tax 
and percentages; also number and per cent of returns for inactive corporations 





Total 
number 
of re- 
turns 


Corporations reporting net income 


Industrial groups 


Number 

of 
returns 


Per cent 

of total 

reporting 


Gross income ^ 


Deductions ' 


Agriculture and related industries 

Mining and quarrying. 


10,615 
18, 261 


4,407 
5,211 


41.52 
28.54 


$636, 227, 061 
3,031,405,363 


$563, 426, 338 
2, 600, 878, 421 






Manufacturing: 

Food products, beverages, and 
tobacco - . -... 


15, 561 

14, 629 
2,477 
638 
7,869 
2,145 

11,569 
7,505 
4,816 

21,047 
8,269 


9,288 
8,104 
1,349 
311 
4,195 
1,406 
7,331 
4,073 
2,572 
12, 864 
3, 995 


59.69 
55.40 
54.46 
48.75 
53.31 
65. 55 
63.37 
54.27 
53.40 
61.12 
48. 31 


10, 862, 489, 504 
5, 902, 286, 973 
1, 258, 770, 650 
916,242,157 
1, 978, 584, 137 
1,546,671,700 
2, 468, 282, 987 
9, 550, 544, 726 
1, 389, 486, 308 

22, 125, 989, 096 
1,880,411,182 

59. 879, 759, 480 


10, 189, 621, 801 


Textiles and te.xtile products 

Leather and leather products 

Rubber and related products 

Lumber and wood products 

Paper, pulp, and products .-- 


5, 578, 313, 214 
1,181,967,616 
859, 918, 523 
1, 842, 972, 299 
1, 422, 325, 143 


Printing and publishing 


2, 197, 453, 755 


Chemicals and allied substances 

Stone, clay, and glass products 

Metal and metal products 


8, 639, 032, 666 

1, 225, 839, 972 

19, 834, 222, 227 


AH other manufacturing industries. 


1, 692, 076, 141 


Total manufacturing 


96, 525 


55, 488 


67^9_ 

62.45' 

56.84 
59.25 

51.03 

53.30 
6.68 


54, 663, 743, 347 


Construction 


19, 947 

23, 951 
132, 660 

39, 642 

150,588 
17, 247 


10, 462 

13,614 

78, 006 

20, 230 

80, 260 
1,152 


2, 291, 630, 455 

15, 584, 026. 106 
34, 264, 085, 954 

3, 051, 820, 187 

10, 872, 951, 179 
21,885.935 


2,113,254,637 


Transportation and other public utili- 
ties 


13,491,372,099 


Trade 


33, 114, 850, 677 


Service— professional, amusements, 
hotels, etc _ 


2, 737, 393, 987 


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


3 8,675,411,816 


Nature of business not given 


19,574,396 


Grand total 


509, 430 


269, 430 


52.89 


129,633,791,720 


117,979,905,718 







' FLscal year returns are included. (See p. 1.) 
* Cost of goods sold included. (See p. 2.) 



' Includes special nonexpense deductions 
of life insurance companies. (See p. 18.) 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



19 



Corporation returns for 1929, hy major industrial groups, showing for corporations 
reporting net income and no net income, number of returns and per cent of total; 
gross income, deductions, net income or deficit, net loss for prior year, income tax 
and percentages; also number and per cent of returns for inactive corporations — 
Continued 



Industrial groups 



Corporations reporting net income — Continued 



Net income 



Net loss for 
prior year 



Income tax 



Amount 



Per cent 
of net 
income 



Per cent 

of total 

tax 



Agriculture and related industries. 
Mining and quarrying. 



$72, 800, 723 
430, 526, 942 



$4,917,952 
20, 488, 030 



$6, 783, 059 
44, 318, 798 



9.32 
10.29 



0.67 
3.71 



Manufacturing: 

Food products, beverages, and 
tobacco 

Textiles and textile products 

Leather and leather products 

Rubber and related products 

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.. 



672, 

323, 

76, 

56, 

135, 

124, 

270, 

911. 

163, 

2, 291, 

188, 



867, 703 
973, 759 
803, 034 
323, 634 
611,838 
346, 557 
829, 232 
512,070 
646, 396 
766, 869 
335, 041 



15, 541, 248 

11, 404, 637 

1,375,533 

1, 057, 550 

7, 505, 453 
2, 825, 629 
4, 881, 422 

16, 509, 969 

3, 081, 354 

126, 780, 746 

8, 780, 560 



70, 863, 295 

33, 196, 946 

8, 109, 399 

6, 054. 979 

13,436,661 

13,222,001 

28, 017, 073 

98, 124, 032 

17, 267, 685 

236, 493, 687 

19, 267. 463 



10.53 
10.25 
10. 56 
10.75 
9.91 
10.63 
10.34 
10.76 
10.55 
10.32 
10.23 



5.64 

2.78 

.68 

.51 

1.13 

1. U 

2.35 

8.22 

1.45 

19.81 

1.61 



5, 216, 016. 133 



199, 744, 101 



544, 053, 221 



10.43 



45.59 



Construction 

Transportation and other public utOi- 

ties 

Trade 

Service — professional, amusements, 
hotels, etc 

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

Nature of business not given 



178, 375, 818 

2, 092, 654, 007 
1, 149, 235, 277 

314, 426, 200 



11,386,583 

47, 763, 382 
42, 252, 992 

16, 875, 833 



16, 518, 914 



222, 483, 396 
107, 148, 648 



29, 632, 299 



222, 403, 102 
94, 395 



Grand total. 



11, 653, 886, 002 



392, 177. 216 



1, 193, 435, 832 



9.26 



10.63 
9.32 



7.24 



10.12 
4.08 



1.38 

18.64 
8.98 

2.48 



18.64 
.01 



10.24 



100.00 



Industrial groups 



Agriculture and re- 
lated industries... 

Mining and quarry- 
ing.. 



Manufacturing: 

Food products, 
beverages, and 
tobacco 

Textiles and 
textile prod- 
ucts 

Leather and 
leather prod- 
ucts 

Rubber and re- 
lated products 

Lumber and 
wood prod- 
ucts 

Paper, pulp, 
and products 

Printing and 
publishing 



Corporations reporting no net income 



Number 

of 
returns 



Per cent 
of total 
reporting 



5,023 
7,291 



5,557 

6,236 

1,084 
303 

3,294 

673 

3,839 



47.32 
39.92 



' Cost of goods sold included. 



42.63 

43.76 
47.49 

41.86 

31.37 

33.18 

(See p. 



Gross income 2 



$246, 280, 235 
1, 016, 183, 538 



3, 905, 162,329 

2, 330, 930, 500 

482, 401, 853 
510, 967, 122 

816, 193, 673 
249, 444, 280 
402, 692, 499 
2.) 



Deductions 2 



$299, 823, 603 
1, 214, 623, 146 



3, 997, 824, 889 

2, 493, 999, 597 

518, 769, 912 
650, 158, 537 

884, 692, 348 
269, 337, 219 
450, 441. 211 



Deficit 



$53, 543, 368 
198, 439, 608 



92, 662, 560 

163, 069, 097 

36, 368, 059 
39, 191, 415 

68, 498, 675 
19, 892, 939 
47, 748, 712 



Inactive corpora- 
tions — No income 
data reported 



Number 
of re- 
turns 



1,185 
5,759 



716 

289 

44 
24 

380 
66 
399 



Per cent 



11.16 
31.64 



4.60 

1.97 

1.78 
3.76 

4.83 
3.08 
3.45 



20 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Corporation returns for 1929, by major industrial groups, showing for corporations 
reporting net income and no net income, number of returns and per cent of total; 
gross income, deductions, net income or deficit, net loss for prior year, income tax 
and percentages; also number and per cent of returns for inactive corporations — 
Continued 



Industrial groups 


Corporations reporting no net income 


Inactive corpora- 
tions—No income 
data reported 


Number 

of 
returns 


Per cent 

of total 

reporting 


Gross income' 


Deductions 


Deficit 


Number 
of re- 
turns 


Per cent 


Manufacturing — 
Continued. 

Chemicals and 
allied sub- 
stances 

Stone, clay, and 
glassproducts. 

Metals, and 
metal prod- 
ucts . 


2,998 
1,989 

7,292 

3,477 


39.95 
41.30 

34.65 

42.05 


$737, 015, 934 
265, 729, 926 

1,966,590,469 

585, 156, 712 


$793, 992, 365 
299,168,573 

2, 136, 703, 684 

667, 440, 571 


$56, 976, 431 
33, 438, 647 

170, 113, 215 

82, 283, 859 


434 
255 

891 

797 


6.78 
5.30 

4 23 


All other manu- 
facturing in- 
dustries 


9.64 


Total manu- 
facturing- -- 


36, 742 


38.06 


12, 252, 285, 297 


13, 062, 528, 906 


810, 243, 609 


4,295 


4.45 


Construction. 

Transportation and 
other public util- 
ities 


7,896 

7,994 
50, 483 

15, 737 

53, 677 
1,748 


39.58 

33.38 
38.06 

39.70 

35.64 
10.13 


790, 254, 071 

1, 500, 004, 225 
9,230,446,718 

1, 140, 089, 140 

4, 786, 459, 453 
25, 714, 784 


860, 320, 214 

1, 690, 696, 092 
9, 649, 844, 945 

1, 294, 303, 748 

'5,795,286,883 
34, 418, 159 


70, 066, 143 

190, 691, 867 
419, 398, 227 

154, 214, 608 

1, 008, 827, 430 
8, 703, 375 


1,589 

2, 343 
3,571 

3,675 

16, 651 
14, 347 


7.97 
9.78 


Trade 


2.69 


Service— profes- 
sional, amuse- 
ments, hotels, etc. 

Finance— banking, 
insurance, real 
estate and hold- 
ing companies, 
stock and bond 
brokers, etc. 

Nature of business 
not given . 


9.27 

11.06 
83.19 






Grand total. . 


186, 591 


36.63 


30, 987, 717, 461 


33, 901, 845, 696 


2, 914, 128, 235 


53, 415 


10.48 



' Cost of goods sold included. (See p. 2.) 

8 Includes special nonexpense deductions of life insurance companies. (See p. 18.) 

NET LOSS FOR PRIOR YEAR (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

The net loss during a given taxable year in a trade or business regu- 
larly carried on by the taxpayer, as specifically defined in the revenue 
act of 1921 and subsequent acts, is allowed as a deduction in comput- 
ing the net income of the taxpayer for the two succeeding taxable 
years. 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 excess net losses being of prior origin are, therefore, not included 
in the current year deductions in arriving at the net income figure. 
Only the reported ' ' net loss for prior year " which is taken as a deduction 
is tabulated ; the excess loss carried to subsequent years is not tabulated. 

"Net loss for prior year" reported and effective as a deduction in 
determining net income in the corporation returns for 1922 to 1929, 
inclusive, is given below: 



Year — Amount 

1922 $501,780,287 

1923 578,307,088 

1924 219,727,166 

1925 243,078,565 



Year — Amount 

1926 $235,851,012 

1927 244,293,375 

1928 301, 146, 176 

1929 392,177,216 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 21 

AMOUNT OF CORPORATION NET INCOME EXEMPT FROM AND AMOUNT SUBJECT 

TO TAX 

The corporation net income subject to tax is reduced by a credit of 
$3,000 allowed corporations with net income of $25,000 or less. For 
corporations with net income in excess of $25,000 but not in excess of 
$25,330, the method of computing the tax, as provided for in the rev- 
enue act, affords a variable amount of credit, but in every case less 
than $3,000. A deduction for "net loss for prior year" from net in- 
come for the current year is likewise permitted. The net income re- 
ported, also the net income not subject to and the amount subject to 
tax in corporation returns for 1929, are shown below: 

Net income $11, 653, 886, 002 

Net income not subject to tax: 

Net loss for prior year $392, 177, 216 

Specific credit of $3,000 for corporations 
with net income not in excess of $25,000 
and a variable amount in excess of 
$25,000 but not in excess of $25,330 
(estimated on the basis of capitalizing 
tax Hability) i 438, 766, 086 



Estimated total of net income not subject to tax 830, 943, 306 

Estimated net income subject to tax (estimated on the 

of capitalizing tax liability) 10, 822, 942, 696 



INCOME AND PROFITS TAXES PAID TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES OR POSSESSIONS OF 
THE UNITED STATES (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

The amounts reported by corporations for income and profits 
taxes paid foreign countries or possessions of the United States are 
shown below for the years 1925-1929, inclusive. These amounts are 
tax credits and have not been deducted from the figures on tax shown 
in the tables of this report. They should be deducted in order to 
determine Federal income tax liability of corporations. 

Income and profits taxes paid foreign countries — Corporation returns for 1925-1929 

Year — Amount 

1925 $20, 139, 995 

1928 21, 653, 994 

1927 24, 236, 955 

1928 ._ 32, 487, 634 

1929 35, 221, 708 

DIVIDENDS DISTRIBUTED (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

The amount of cash and stock dividends paid to shareholders on 
the capital stock of domestic corporations, other than life insurance 
companies, as reported in the corporation income tax returns for 
1929, is shown by States and Territories in basic Table 13 (p. 266) 
and by industrial divisions in basic Table 14 (pp. 267-283). Total 

' These figures were obtained by capitalizing the $1,193,43.",832 tax liability partly on the basis of the 11 
per cent rate and partly on the basis of the 12 per cent rate. Of this tax liability, $1,023,843,716, representing 
income tax on calendar year returns, and $42,862,818, renresenting income tax on part year 1929 returns, 
were capitalized on the 11 per cent base. Income tax of $126,729,298, .-epresenting tax liability reported on 
fiscal year returns renorting income of corporations whose accounting period ended within the period from 
July 1, 1929, to June 30, 1930, was capitalized on a combination of the 11 per cent and 12 per cent base in pro- 
portion to the distribution of income under the respective rates. The total obtained by this process of 
capitalization represents the total net taxable income. The difference between the total net income and the 
sum of the prior year losses and the net taxable income repiesents the amoimt of the specific credit allowed 
corporations. 



22 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



dividends, distributed by corporations for the years 1922 to 1929^ 
inclusive, are given below: 

Cash and stock dividends paid by corporations, other than life insurance companieSy 
corporation returns for 1922-1929 







Corporations 


reporting net 


Corporations reporting no 








income 


net income 


Year 
















Cash 


Stock 


Cash 


Stock 


Cash 


Stock 




dividends 


dividends 


dividends 


dividends 


dividends 


dividends 


1922 


$3, 436, 715, 104 


$3, 348, 049, 865 


$3, 182, 869, 985 


$3, 166, 915, 574 


$253,845,119 


$181, 134, 291 


1923 


4, 169, 117, 678 


891, 285, 583 


3, 820, 619, 642 


787, 167, 102 


348, 498, 036 


104, 118, 481 


1924 


4, 338, 822, 858 


510, 525, 809 


3, 994; 990, 754 


466, 820, 095 


343, 832, 104 


43, 705, 714 


1925 


5, 189, 474, 507 


544, 431, 367 


4, 817, 301, 320 


502, 489, 520 


372, 173, 187 


41,941.847 


1926 


5, 945, 292, 657 


757, 649, 610 


5, 530, 210, 580 


716,219,451 


415, 082, 071 


41, 430, 159 


1927 1 


6, 423, 176, 206 


702, 501, 245 


5, 785, 475, 573 


642,177,901 


637, 700, 633 


60, 323, 344 


1928 


7, 073, 723, 451 


550, 128, 426 


6, 585, 169, 181 


509, 852, 997 


488, 554, 270 


40, 275, 429- 


1929 


8, 355, 661, 745 


1, 288, 642, 553 


7, 841, 802, 135 


1, 193, 896, 039 


513, 859, 610 


94, 746, 514 



1 Revised figures. 
COMPILED RECEIPTS AND STATUTORY DEDUCTIONS (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

An income statement showing an analysis of compiled receipts and 
statutory deductions shown on corporation income tax returns is 
presented in basic Table 14 (pp. 267-283). Compiled receipts 
consist of reported taxable income (gross sales, gross profits from 
operations other than amounts tabulated as gross sales, interest 
received, rents received, profits from sale of real estate, stocks, bonds,^ 
and other capital assets, and other items of taxable income grouped 
as "Miscellaneous") and nontaxable income items of major importance 
(dividends received on capital stock of domestic corporations and 
interest on Federal, State, and municipal bonds). 

Statutory deductions consist of such items as cost of goods sold, 
compensation of officers, interest paid, taxes paid other than income 
tax, bad debts, depreciation and depletion, and items not classified 
grouped as "Miscellaneous deductions." 

Three items of information are also included relative to tabulated 
gross sales — profit from sales of corporations reporting profit from 
sales; loss from sales of corporations reporting loss from sales; and 
profits less losses from sales. The first two of these items of this 
classification are published in this volume for the first time. The 
amounts shown under "Gross profits from operations other than 
amounts tabulated as gross sales" and "Miscellaneous receipts "are 
not comparable with these items for earlier years, due to changes 
made in the classification of items. For certain industrial divisions 
"Transportation and other public utilities; service — professional, 
amusements, hotels, etc. ; finance — banking, insurance, real estate and 
holding companies, stock and bond brokers, etc.; and nature of busi- 
ness not given," amounts formerly included under "Miscellaneous 
receipts," are included in this tabulation under "Gross profits from 
operations other than tabulated as gross sales." "Miscellaneous 
receipts" are further affected by the separate classification for the 
first time of "Rents received" and "Profits from sale of real estate, 
stocks, bonds, and other capital assets." ^ 

• For captions under which receipts and deductions are returned by corporations, see Form 1120, a sample 
of which follows page 411. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



23 



This basic table also shows the compiled net profit (or compiled 
net deficit), statutory net income or deficit, total income tax, and 
compiled net profit after deducting tax. Compiled net profit is the 
excess of compiled receipts over statutory deductions and compiled 
net deficit is the excess of statutory deductions over compiled receipts. 

Part 1 of this basic table shows the aggregate data for all corpora- 
tions; part 2, for corporations reporting net income; and part 3, for 
corporations reporting no net income. Basic Table 15, pages 284-287, 
shows for all corporations the income and deduction items expressed 
in percentages of total compiled receipts and net income, tax, and 
profit after deducting tax expressed as percentages of compiled net 
profits. 

For all corporations, compiled net profits were reported as $11,869,- 
507,095 for 1929, as compared with $10,736,745,731 for 1928— an 
increase of about 10.55 per cent. The compiled net profits of cor- 
porations reporting net income for 1929 were $14,273,580,309, as 
compared with $12,700,843,600 for 1928. The compiled net deficit 
of corporations reporting no net income for 1929 was $2,404,073,214, 
as compared with $1,964,097,869 for 1928. 

DISTRIBUTION BY NET INCOME OR DEFICIT CLASSES (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

The following table of corporation returns, distributed by net 
income and deficit classes, shows the number of returns, amount 
of net income or deficit, amount of tax, and relative percentages; 
also the number of returns filed for inactive corporations. Basic 
Table 18 (pp. 327-331) shows the returns distributed by net income 
and deficit classes and by industrial divisions. 

Corporation returns for 1929 by net income and deficit classes, showing number of 
returns, net income or deficit, tax, and percentages 



Net income classes 


Returns showing 
net income 


Net income 


Tax 


(Thousands of dollars) 


Number 


Per cent 


Amount 


Per cent 


Amount 


Per cent 


Under 1 


69, 456 

41, 292 

37, 675 

19, 458 

11,795 

29, 627 

13,399 

8,424 

6,641 

12, 397 

8,316 

5,974 

2,283 

1,344 

1,049 

300 


25.78 

15. 32 

13.98 

7.22 

4.38 

11.00 

4.97 

3.13 

2 46 

4.60 

3.09 

2.22 

.85 

..50 

.39 

.11 


$29, 280, 602 
61, 040. 738 
94, 817. 771 
66, 919, 938 
52, 715, 622 
209, 763, 890 
164, 277, 385 
145, 907, 739 
149, 630, 071 
441,614,8£8 
582, 967, 689 
923, 943, 997 
796, 186, 327 
932, 109, 935 
2,116,780,261 
4, 885, 929, 179 


.25 
.52 
.81 
.57 
.45 
1.80 
1.41 
1. 25 
1.29 
3.79 
5.00 
7.93 
6.83 
8.00 
18.17 
41.93 


$8, 258 

12, 051 

27. 871 

871, 125 

1, 668, 867 

11,616.751 

12, 097, 585 

12, 059, 108 

13, 233, 873 
44, 889, 497 
60, 947, 504 
98,151,122 
85, 584, 561 

100,591.491 
227, 989, 693 
523, 686, 475 


001 


1 under 2 .. 


001 


2 under 3 


003 


3 under 4 . _ 


073 


4 under 5 


. 139 


5 under 10 


.973 


10 under 15 .. 


1 01 


15 under 20 


1 01 


20 under 25 . 


1 11 


25 under 50 


3 76 


50 under 100 . 


5 11 


100 under 250 


8 23 


250 under 500 


7 17 


500 under 1,000 


8 43 


1,000 under 5,000 


19. 10 


5,000 and over 


43 88 






Total 


269, 430 


100. 00 


11, 653, 886, 002 


100. 00 


1, 193, 435, 832 


100 00 







24 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Corporation returns for 1929 hy net income and deficit classes, showing number of 
returns, net income or deficit, tax, and percentages — Continued 



Deficit classes 


Returns showing no 
net income 


Deficit 


(Thousands of dollars) 


Number 


Per cent 


Amount 


Per cent 


Under 1 


58, 154 

26, 376 

17, 520 

12, 402 

9,353 

25,028 

11,127 

6,130 

4,009 

8,448 

4,243 

2,444 

749 

341 

244 

23 


31.17 

14.14 

9.39 

6.65 

5.01 

13.41 

5.96 

3.29 

2.15 

4.53 

2.27 

1.31 

.40 

.18 

.13 

.01 


$22, 657, Oil 
38, 777, 465 
43, 590, 179 
43, 238, 723 
41,951,077 
178,511,551 
136, 218. 726 
106. 492, 239 
89. 860. 590 
29.3, 037, 155 
29.5,021,990 
371, 077, 104 
258, 989, 634 
236, 427, 681 
468, 723, 308 
287, 553, 802 


0.78 




1.33 




1.50 




1.48 




1.44 


5 under 10 


6. 13 


10 under 15 . 


4.67 


15 under 20 - 


3.66 


20 under 25 


3.08 


25 under 50 .- 


10. 13 


SOurder 100 


10. 12 


100 under 250 


12.73 


250 under 500 


8.89 


500 under 1,000 ._. 


8.11 


1,000 under 5,000 


16.08 


5,000 and over . 


9.87 






Total - 


186, 591 


100 00 


2, 914, 128. 235 


100. 00 






Inactive corporations, no income data reported . 


53, 415 

















ASSETS AND LIABILITIES (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

In the table immediately following are shown, for 398,815 corpora- 
tions out of 456,021 active corporations filing income tax returns, a 
summary statement of the principal assets and liabilities as of Decem- 
ber 31, 1929, or at the close of the fiscal year nearest thereto, and a 
comparative statement showing by net income and deficit classes, the 
number of corporation returns filed and the number of balance sheets 
tabulated. The difference between the number of balance sheets 
tabulated and the number of returns filed is due to the data for assets 
and liabilities not being reported on all returns. In basic Tables 19 
and 20 (pp. 332-339) the same data are shown by industrial groups 
and by net income classes, respectively. 

Items not otherwise distributed are classified as "Miscellaneous 
assets" or "Miscellaneous liabilities," among which are the following: 

Miscellaneous assets. — Copyrights; formulas; good will; patents; 
trade-marks; sinking funds; other funds; deferred charges; organiza- 
tion expenses; suspense items; prepaid items; interest, discount, 
coupons, and dividends receivable; guaranty deposits, and deposits 
on contracts, meters, and leaseholds; cash value of life insurance; 
real estate by foreclosure. Miscellaneous assets of life insurance 
companies include stocks, bonds, loans, mortgages, bills receivable, 
and uncollected premiums. 

Miscellaneous liabilities. — All reserves other than surplus reserves 
and reserves for depreciation and bad debts; accrued expenses; de- 
ferred and suspense items; funds held in trust; borrowed securities; 
discount and dividends payable; outstanding coupons and certificates; 
overdrafts. Miscellaneous liabilities of life insurance companies 
include policy claims and value of outstanding policies and annuities. 
Miscellaneous liabilities of banks include deposits (time, saving, 
demand, etc.) and bank notes in circulation. 

Amounts under "Miscellaneous assets" for 1929 are not comparable 
with preceding years due to the separate classification for the first 
time of "Investments other than tax-exempt." 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



25 



Assets and liabilities — Statement prepared from income tax returns of corporations 
submitting balance sheets, showing major assets and liabilities as of December 31, 
1929,or at the close of the fiscal year nearest thereto, by corporations reporting net 
income and no net income 



Assets and liabilities 



Aggregate 



Corporations 

reporting net 

income 



Corporations 
reporting no 
net income 



Assets: 

Cash (in till and deposits in banks) 

Notes receivable • and accounts receivable (less re- 
serve for bad debts) 

Inveutory 

Tax-evernpt investments— Obligations of States and 
Territories or political subdivisions; securities 
issued under the Federal farm loan act and obli- 
gations of the United States or its possessions 

Investments other than tax-exempt — Stocks, bonds, 
mortgages, loans, real estate, etc 

Capital assets— Real estate, buildings, equipment, 
etc. (less depreciation) 

Miscellaneous assets not distributed 

Total assets 2 

Liabilities: 

Notes and accounts payable 

Bonded debt and mortgages 

Miscellaneous liabilities not distributed 

Capital stock — 

Preferred 

Common 

Total capital stock 

Surplus.- _. 

Less deficit 

Net surplus 

Total liabilities 2 



$22, 371, 167, 749 

66,810,463,619 
21, 910, 972, 773 



10, 338, 363, 877 

55, 844, 147, 801 

116, 446, 100, 356 
42, 0o6, C93, 336 



$18, 933, 169, 752 

55, 146, 040, 239 
17, 141, 627, 589 



8, 195, 240, 529 

43, 050, 683, 133 

9], 711, 742, 379 
33, 722, 514, 920 



$3, 437, 997, 997 

11,664,423,380 
4, 769, 345, 184 



2, 143, 123, 348 

12, 793, 464, 668 

24, 734, 357, 977 
8, 334, 178, 416 



335,777,909,511 



267,901,018,541 



67, 876, 890, 970 



29, 452, 
46, 642, 
94, 713, 

19, 738, 
90,119, 



537, 280 
534, 653 
619, 470 

158, 746 
765, 237 



19, 195, 
35, 225, 
78, 022, 



811,544 
920, 810 
407, 139 



14, 904, 898, 208 
f.9, 82'j, 597, 778 



10, 256, 
11,416, 
16,691, 

4, 833, 
20, 293, 



725, 736 
613,843 
212, 331 

2'';0, 538 
167, 459 



109, 857, 923, 983 



84, 731, 495, 986 



25, 126, 427, 997 



60, 699, 
5, 587, 



188, 747 
894, 622 



51,921, 
1, 196, 



628, 5C3 
245, 501 



8, 777, 
4, 391, 



560, 184 
649, 121 



55,111,294,125 



50, 725, 383, 062 



4. 385, 911, 033 



335, 777, 909, 511 



267, 901, 018, 541 



07, 876, 890, 970 



1 Includes loans and discounts from bank statements, which for 1926 were included in "Miscellaneous 
assets." 
' Less deficit. 



Number of corporation returns filed for 1929, and number of balance sheets tabulated, 
by net income and deficit classes 



Net income and deficit classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Number of 
returns 


Number of 
balance 
sheets 


Per cent of 
balance 
sheets to 
returns 


CORPORATIONS REPORTING NET INCOME 

Under 5 . 


179, 676 

58.091 

12,397 

8,316 

8,257 

1,344 

1,049 

300 


151,427 
57, 039 
12, 224 
8,195 
8,132 
1,306 
1,021 
293 


84 28 


5 under 25 


98 19 


25 under 50-. _ - 


98 61 


50 under 100 


98 54 


100 under 500 __ 


S8 49 


500 under 1,000 


97.17 


1,000 under 5,000- 


97 33 


6,000 and over 


97 67 






Total-. - - 


269, 430 


239 637 1 8* 04 








CORPORATIONS REPORTING NO NET INCOME 

Under 5 


123, 805 

46, 294 

8,448 

4,243 

3,193 

341 

244 

23 


101, 187 

42, 434 

7,926 

4,031 

3,022 

329 

228 

21 


81 73 


5 under 25 - 


91 66 


25 under 50 


93 82 


50 under 100 - - 


95 00 


100 under 500 


94 64 


500 under 1,000 - 


96 48 


1,000 under 5,000— 


93 44 


5,000 and over . . 


91 30 






Total— 


186, 591 
53, 415 


159, 178 


85 31 


Inactive corporations _ 










Grand total 


509, 436 


398, 815 









26 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

CONSOLIDATED RETURNS (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

Of the total number of corporation income tax returns for 1929, 
8,754 consolidated income tax returns were filed for affiliated corpora- 
tions, as against 9,300 for 1928. This decrease was due for the most 
part to an additional restriction upon the filing of a consolidated 
return provided by section 141 (d), revenue act of 1928, applicable to 
the taxable year 1929 and subsequent taxable years, that where one 
or more chains of corporations were connected through stock owner- 
ship with a common parent corporation, at least 95 per cent of the 
stock of each of the corporations (except the common parent) be owned 
directly by one or more of the other corporations; and the common 
parent corporation own directly at least 95 per cent of the stock of at 
least one of the other corporations. For 1928 returns the single 
common parent was not essential and a consolidated return could be 
filed if at least 95 per cent of the stock of two or more corporations 
was owned by the same interests. Of the returns for 1929, 5,408 showed 
net income aggregating $5,953,845,059. The number of consolidated 
returns filed was about 1.72 per cent ofall corporation returns. However, 
the net income reported in consolidated returns was more than 51 per 
cent of the net income of all corporations reporting net income, and the 
tax 53 per cent of the total tax for all corporations. 

Presented below are tables prepared from the consolidated returns, 
showing the returns distributed by major industrial groups, by net 
income and deficit classes, and by number of subsidiaries. In inter- 
preting the data contained in these tables it is essential to note that 
the industrial classification is based on the predominant business of 
the affiliated corporations for which the consohdated return is filed. 
If it were possible to segregate the income of the subsidiary or affiliated 
concerns, the data for such concerns might fall in industrial divisions 
other than the ones in which they are here included. It should be 
borne in mind that the consolidated returns are also included in the 
general tables of corporation income throughout this report. 

An income statement showing an analysis of compiled receipts and 
statutory deductions reported on consolidated income tax returns is 
presented in basic Table 21 (pp. 340-351).^ This basic table also 
shows the compiled net profit (or net deficit), statutory net income or 
deficit, income tax, and compiled net profit after deducting tax. Part 
1 of this basic table shows the data for all consolidated returns; part 2, 
for consolidated returns showing net income; and part 3, for consoli- 
dated returns showing no net income. 

Net profit as distinct from statutory net income reported by 
afiiliated corporations filing consolidated returns showing net income 
for 1929 was $7,686,696,483, which was over 54 per cent of such net 
profit of all corporations filing returns showing net income. Com- 
piled net deficit as distinct from statutory deficit reported in con- 
solidated returns showing no net income for 1929 was $588,929,607, 
approximately 24 per cent of such net deficit of all corporations filing 
returns showing no net income. Compiled net profit less compiled 
net deficit of all consolidated returns for 1929 was $7,097,766,876, 
about 60 per cent of the amount reported in all corporation returns. 

' See I). 22 for definition of lerms. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



27 



■Consolidated corporation returns for 1929, by major industrial groups, showing total 
number of returns, number reporting net income and no net income, gross income, 
net income or deficit, net loss for prior year, and income tax 





Total 
number 
of returns 


Consolidated returns showing net income 


Industrial groups 


Number 
of returns 


Gross income i 


Net income 


Net loss for 
prior year 


Income tax 


Agriculture and related in- 
dustries 


107 
509 


52 
236 


$261, 069, 929 
1, 799, 601, 810 


$26, 374, 656 
245, 657, 446 


$774, 340 
7, 862, 605 


$2, 816, 953 


Mining and quarrying 


26, 124, 060 


Manufacturing: 

Food products, bever- 
ages, and tobacco 

Textiles and textile 


498 

363 

96 

43 

278 

105 
228 

398 

140 

844 
223 


329 

207 

60 

14 

163 

75 
173 

294 

95 

651 

122 


6,280,460,232 

1, 311, 091, 639 

564, 532, 870 

710, 993, 522 

520, 126, 475 

674, 064, 906 
866, 428, 677 

7, 685, 506, 496 

599, 832, 712 

15, 246, 289, 897 

640, 701, 981 


345, 025, 399 

102, 404, 702 

42, 161, 783 

36, 287, 351 

36, 711, 549 

48, 727, 438 
94, 813, 201 

713,483,849 

73, 490, 469 

1,480,339,889 

75, 982, 873 


8, 226, 896 

3, 330, 025 

264, 893 

393, 501 

1, 604, 718 

1, 340, 722 
1, 323, 229 

11, 128, 320 

693, 585 

105,434,721 

4, 588, 973 


37, 077, 187 
10, 855, 685 


Leather and leather 
products - -. 


4, 629, 462 


Eubber and related 


3, 960, 921 


Lumber and wood prod- 
ucts 


3, 858, 771 


Paper, pulp, and prod- 
ucts 


5, 263, 442 


Printing and publishing. 

Chemicals and allied 

substances .. . 


10, 277, 300 
77, 374, 916 


Stone, clay, and glass 


8, 017, 691 
151, 650, 300 


Metals and metal prod- 
ucts 


All other manufactur- 
ing industries. 


7 870 RSI 






Total manufacturing- 


3,216 


2,183 


35, 080, 029, 407 


3, 049, 428, 503 


138,229,583 [ 320,826,526 


Construction 


194 

806 
1,450 

654 

1,907 
11 


123 

513 
965 

328 

1,006 
2 


400, 972, 649 

13, 310, 374, 876 
8, 413, 033, 043 

957, 351, 983 

2, 241, 358, 939 
40,027 


38, 465, 967 

1, 666, 107, 319 
350, 002, 958 

114, 226, 442 

463, 584, 536 
7,232 


1, 092, 278 4, 103, 971 

40, 057, 574 ! 178, 323, 863 
6, 257, 792 37, 865, 579 

6, 880, 462 11, 993, 590 


Transportation and other 
public utilities 


Trade 


Service— professional, amuse- 
ments, hotels, etc 


Finance— banking, insur- 
ance, real estate and hold- 
ing companies, stock and 
bond brokers, etc .. 


13,736,954 49 S5!n Qsn 


Nature of business not given. 




241 






Grand total 


8,754 


5,408 


62,453,732,663 


5, 953, 845, 059 


213,891,578 fiSi S74 73a 









Industrial groups 



Consolidated returns showing no net 
income 



MmL Gross income 1 Deficit 



Agriculture and related industries. 
Mining and quarrying 



65 
273 



$43, 803, 822 
512, 280, 418 



$4, 947, 996 
73, 501, 032 



Manufacturing: 

Food products, beverages, and tobacco. 

Textiles and textile products 

Leather and leather products 

Rubber and related products 

Lumber and wood products 

Paper, pulp, and products 

Printing and publishing 

Chemicals and allied substances 

Stone, clay, and glass products 

Metals and metal products 

All other manufacturing industries 

Total manufacturing 



169 
166 
36 
29 
115 
30 
55 
104 
45 
193 
101 



2, 873, 853, 621 

690, 351, 684 

196, 214, 028 

464, 499, 460 

226, 292, 212 

80, 222, 354 

97, 791, 699 

395, 538, 721 

62, 298, 019 

973, 445, 138 

203, 417, 102 



27, 018, 590 
37, 162, 812 
13, 249, 600 
31, 755, 347 

13, 997, 328 
5, 690, 912 

14, 675, 445 
22, 642, 444 

7, 081, 154 
44, 485, 033 
30. 377, 562 



Construction 

Transportation and other public utilities. 
Trade. 



Service — professional, amusements, hotels, etc 

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

stock and bond brokers, etc 

Nature of business not given 



1,033 ' 6,153,923,838 



71 
293 
485 
226 



248, 136, 127 



901 



Grand total. 



3,346 




3, 962. 927 
94, 217, 971 
49, 797, 409 
22, 103, 722 

240, 603, 465 
86, 981 



10,002,695,313 



737, 357, 630 



1 Gross income corresponds to total income as reported on face of the return, plus cost of the goods sold. 
62320—31 3 



28 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Consolidated corporation returns for 1929 by net income and deficit classes, showing 
number of returns and amount of net income or deficit 



Net income and deficit classes 


Corporations reporting 
net income 


Corporations reporting 
no net income 


(Thousands of dollars) 


Number 
of returns 


Net income 


Number 
of returns 


Deficit 


Under 1 - 


186 
159 
206 
143 
91 
393 
260 
239 
178 
509 
597 
741 
486 
450 
532 
238 


$85, 172 

232, 093 

526, 672 

502, 143 

407, 636 

2, 858, 129 

3, 212, 240 

4, 117, 472 

4, 003, 257 

18, 750, 821 

43, 331, 114 

119, 635, 386 

174, 555, 761 

316, 929, 207 

1, 116, 450, 964 

4, 148, 247, 092 


192 
120 
124 

92 
104 
334 
228 
167 
110 
460 
462 
470 
224 
124 
121 

14 


$78, 930 




181, 106 




304, 530 




324, 592 




474, 432 




2,506,028 




2, 795, 463 




2, 900, 867 




2, 465, 173 




16, 593, 393 


50 under 100 -- 


33, 173, 889 




74, 192, 375 




79, 311, 727 




86, 916, 925 


1 000 under 5 000 


237, 689, 313 


6^000 and over - 


197, 448, 887 


Total 


5,408 


5,953,8i5,059 


3,346 


737, 357, 630 







Consolidated corporation returns for 1929, by number of subsidiaries, showing number 
of consolidated returns and total number of subsidiaries 



Number of subsidiaries 
per return 


Number of 
consoli- 
dated 
returns 


Total 
number of 
subsidia- 
ries 


Number of subsidiaries 
per return 


Number of 
consoli- 
dated 
returns 


Total 
nimiber of 
subsidia- 
ries 


I 


4,375 

1,318 

687 

349 

253 

160 

124 

78 

94 

43 

41 

40 

38 

38 

22 

28 

12 

16 

19 

11 

15 

8 

11 

4 

4 

4 

7 

9 

5 

8 

4 

4 

4 

2 

7 

1 

1 

3 

4 

3 

4 

3 

2 

3 

3 

2 

2 


4,375 
2,636 
2,061 
1,396 
1,265 
960 
868 
624 
846 
430 
451 
480 
494 
532 
330 
448 
204 
288 
361 
220 
315 
176 
253 

96 
100 
104 
189 
252 
145 
240 
124 
128 
132 

68 
245 

36 

37 
114 
156 
120 
164 
126 

86 
132 
135 

92 

94 


48 


2 
3 

828 


96 


2 . 


51 - — 


153 


3 


52 


52 


4 . 


53 


159 


5 . 


54 


162 


6 


55 


55 


7 .- -- 


56 - -. 


112 


8 -- -- 


67 


57 


9 . . -- 


69 


69 


10 


60 


60 


11 


61 


61 


12 


63.- 


63 


13 


67 


67 


14 


68 - 


68 


15 


70 


70 


16 . 


71 -.- 


71 


17 


72 


72 


18 


75 - 


76 


19 


76 


152 


20 ... 


77 


77 


21 


78 -• 


156 


22 . 


80 


80 


23 


81. 


162 


24 . 


83 - 


83 


25 


86 


85 


26 . . 


88 


88 


27 . 


89 - 


89 


28 


92 - - 


92 


29 


94 


188 


30 


98- 


98 


31 


99 


99 


32 -- 


101 


101 


33 


109 


109 


34 


121 


121 


35 


123 


123 


36 


131 


131 


37 


148 


148 


38 


151 -- 


151 


39 


171 - 


171 


40 


198 


198 


41 


286 


286 


42 


Number of subsidiaries 
not reported— esti- 
mated -. 




43 




44 


2,484 




Total.. 






8,754 




46 . 


30, 112 


47 --- 











STATISTICS OF INCOME 



29 



FISCAL-YEAR RETURNS (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

The tabulation of returns filed on a fiscal-year basis is compiled 
from returns filed by corporations whose fiscal year is other than the 
calendar year. These returns are also included in the general tables 
of corporation income throughout this report. The tables of fiscal- 
year returns which appeared in the Statistics of Income for 1925, 
1926, and 1927 were compiled from a limited number of returns 
covering a full 12-month period: Those showing a net income of $2,000 
and over, a net deficit of $500,000 and over, gross sales or other re- 
ceipt items of $5,000,000 and over, or net loss for prior year. The 
tabulations for fiscal-year returns during these years include a small 
number of returns in addition to the above. This especially applies to 
the information tabulated for the months of July to November, 
inclusive, for 1925 and 1926. The tabulations in Statistics of In- 
come for 1928 and in this report include all fiscal-year returns that 
were received by the statistical section prior to the termination of the 
tabulation of the data. 

In the following tabulations of the fiscal-year returns by months 
ending it should be noted that data for returns for years ended April, 
May, and June, 1930, are not so complete as for the other fiscal-year 
returns, due to corporations having been granted extension of time 
for filing and the returns not having been received up to the time the 
data were tabulated for the report. 

Corporation fiscal-year returns for 1929, showing by month ending the fiscal year, the 
total number of retiirns, number re-porting net income and no net income, amount 
of net_ income or deficit, net loss for prior year, and income tax (included in cor- 
poration tables for 1929) 



Fiscal year ending- 



July, 1929 

August, 1929 

September, 1929 
October, 1929... 
November, 1929 
January, 1930... 
February, 1930.. 

March, 1930 

April, 1930 

May, 1930 

June, 1930 

Total 



Total 
number 
of re- 
turns 



3,821 
3,697 
4,118 
3,896 
3,868 
6,750 
3,950 
5,501 
4,847 
5,125 
9,036 



54, 609 



Corporations reporting net income 



Number 
of re- 
turns 



2,294 
2,164 
2,473 
2,343 
2,482 
3,993 
2,235 
3,053 
2,716 
2,888 
5,173 



Net income 



$60, 559, 068 
129, 720, 649 

83, 819, 674 
128, 998, 817 
177, 369, 596 
140, 378, 171 

95, 310, 363 
67, 019, 890 

84, 626, 876 
61, 024, 493 

183, 632, 843 



31,814 1,212,460,440 



Net loss 

for prior 

year 



$3, 232, 824 
4, 008, 921 
3, 185, 866 
3, 047, 982 

2, 064, 477 

3, 517, 961 

1, 571, 886 
3, 352, 862 

2, 678, 595 
2, 017, 840 
5, 260, 835 



33, 940, 049 



Income tax 



$6, 378, 880 

13, 991, 126 

8, 597, 405 
13,615,412 

18, 967, 389 

14, 388, 906 

9, 802, 045 
6, 573, 832 
8, 727, 151 
6, 174, 937 

19, 512, 215 



126, 729, 298 



Corporations report- 
ing no net income 



Number 
of re- 
turns 



J, 527 
1,533 
1,645 
1,553 
1,386 
2,757 
1,715 
2,448 
2,131 
2,237 
3,863 



Deficit 



$17, 620, 535 
24, 082, 971 
37, 258, 844 
35, 882, 934 
30, 895, 484 
49, 151, 124 
23, 454, 929 
46, 448, 108 
31, 923, 627 
34, 777, 642 
87, 251, 650 



22,795 418,747,848 



30 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Corporation fiscal-year returns for 1929, hy net income and deficit classes, showing 
number of returns, net income or deficit, and tax 



Net income and deficit classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Corporations reporting net 
income 



Number 
of re- 
turns 



Net income 



Income tax 



Corporations report- 
ing no net income 



Number 
of re- 
turns 



Deficit 



Under 1 

1 under 2 

2 under 3 

3 under 4 

4 under 5 

5 under 10 

10 under 15 

15 under 20 

20 under 25 

25 under 50 

sounder 100 

100 under 250... 
250 under 500.. _ 
SOO under 1,000.. 
1,000 under 5,000 
5,000 and over... 

Total 



6,752 

4,393 

4,280 

2,465 

1,510 

3,803 

1,802 

1,115 

951 

1,82 i 

1,248 

971 

354 

200 

122 

23 



$2, 983, 255 

6. 543, 809 

10, 910, 288 

8, 491, 939 

6, 763, 268 

26, 862, 395 

22,119,929 

19, 337, 809 

21, 426, 999 

65, 009, 126 

87, 726, 094 

150, 199, 321 

121, 978, 886 

138, 727, 292 

247, 383, 952 

275, 996, 078 



$2, 607 
885 
2,280 
108,020 [ 
216,631 I 
1, 501, 166 i 
1,661,420 
1, 609, 690 I 
1,918,861 I 
6,645,564 ' 
9,368,368 
16,314,847 
13, 502, 118 ! 
15,497,351 
27, 683, 530 
30, 695, 960 j 



5,320 

3,021 

2,167 

1.687 

1,224 

3,596 

1,618 

968 

591 

1,380 

703 

419 

113 

54 

31 

3 



$2, 246, 170 

4, 443, 356 

5, 376, 805 

5, 545, 055 

5, 529, 829 

25,818,101 

19, 833, 285 

16,811,351 

13, 276, 975 

48, 446, 892 

48. 924, 898 

62, 943, 117 

40, 479, 339 

37, 773, 292 

62, 023, 129 

19, 276, 254 



31,814 1,212,460,440 126,729,298 I 22,795 



418, 747, 848 



In basic Table 22 (pp. 351-355) data in the fiscal year returns are 
distributed by industrial groups and by corporations reporting net 
income and no net income, showing amount of net income, net loss for 
prior year, income tax, and amount of deficit. In basic Table 23 
(pp. 356-364), parts 1, 2, and 3, is shown for fiscal and part year 
returns the distribution of compiled receipts and statutory deductions, 
by months ending the fiscal year, for all returns and for returns 
showing net income and no net income. 

PART YEAR RETURNS (CORPORATION RETURNS) 

The returns filed by corporations showing income for less than 12 
months represent reorganizations, consolidations, disintegrations, 
newly organized businesses, Uquidating corporations, and changes 
from calendar year to fiscal year, or vice versa, and are also included 
in the general corporation income tables in this report. 

Below are shown for part year returns the total number, number 
reporting net income and no net income, net income, deficit, net loss 
for prior year, and income tax. The part year returns for 1929 tabu- 
lated in this report represent those in which the greater part of the 
income period was in that year. 

Corporation part year returns, 1929 

Total number of returns 35, 485 

Corporations reporting net income: 

Number of returns 17, 606 

Net income $423, 757, 031 

Net loffs for prior year 11, 645, 786 

Income tax - 42, 862, 818 

Corporations reporting no net income: 

Number of returns 17, 879 

Deficit $268, 179, 057 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



31 



HISTORICAL SUMMARIES 

SUMMARY OF INDIVIDUAL AND CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS— NUMBER 
OF RETURNS, NET INCOME, AND TAX, BY YEARS 

A r^sum^ of the income tax returns filed for each of the years since 
the inception of the present period of income taxation, showing for 
individual returns the number filed, net income, tax, and sources of 
income and deductions by net income classes; and for corporation 
returns the number filed, net income, deficit, and tax reported, as 
well as the distribution by net income and deficit classes, is shown in 
the following tables. 

The returns filed by individuals by States for the years 1916 to 1929, 
inclusive, showing number, net income and tax, as well as the average 
net income and average tax per return, are exhibited in Table 10, 
pages 152-164. 

The returns of corporations reporting net income and no net in- 
come, showing number, gross income, net income, deficit and tax; 
also number and per cent of returns for inactive corporations, are 
distributed by States and Territories for the years 1916 to 1929, in- 
clusive, in Table 24, pages 365-391; and by major industrial groups 
for the years 1920 to 1929, inclusive, in Table 17, pages 294-326. 



Individual returns for 1913 to 1925 


, showing number of returns and net income ^ 




Number of returns 




Year 


Total 


Taxable 


Nontax- 
able 


Per cent of total 


Net income 




Tax- 
able 


Non- 
taxable 




1913. 


357, 598 
357, 515 
336, 652 
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 
4, 101, 547 
4, 070, 851 
4, 044, 327 










$3, 900, 000, OOO 
4, 000, 000, 000 
4, 600, 000, 000 
6, 300, 000, OOO 
13, 700, 000, 000 
16, 000, 000, OOO 
19, 900, 000, 000 

23, 700, 000, 000 
19, 600, 000, OOO 
21, 400, 000, 000 

24, 800, 000, 000 

25, 700, 000, OOO 

21, 900, 000, 000 
• 21, 960, 000, 000 

22, 545, 000, 000 
25, 226, 000, 000 
24, 801, 000, 000 


1914 










1915 










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 
2, 440, 941 
2, 523, 063 
2, 458, 049 


74, 066 
765, 656 
1, 032, 261 
1, 101, 579 
1, 741, 634 
3, 072, 191 
3, 106, 232 
3, 428, 200 
2, 880, 090 
1, 669, 885 
1, 667, 102 
1, 660, 606 
1, 547, 788 
1, 586, 278 


83 
78 
77 
79 
76 
54 
54 
55 
61 
60 
60 
69 
61 
61 


17 
22 
23 
21 
24 
46 
46 
45 
39 
40 
40 
41 
39 
39 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


.1921 


1922 


1923 . 


1924 


192S 


1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 





Footnotes on p. 32| 



32 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Income and profits taxes in individual returns for 191S to 1929^ 



Year 



1913. 
1914. 
1915- 
1916- 
1917- 
1918- 
1919- 
1920. 
1921. 
1922. 
1923. 
1924. 
1925. 
1926. 
1927- 
1928- 
1929- 



Tax before tax credits 



Normal tax 



$12, 728, 038 
16, 559, 493 
23, 995, 777 
51, 440, 558 
156, 897, 441 
476, 432, 808 
468, 104, 801 
478, 249, 919 
308, 059, 422 
355, 409, 840 
378, 387, 954 
257, 794, 728 
216, 360, 163 
200, 599, 384 
215,817,075 
281, 894, 671 
162, 332, 096 



Surtax 



$15, 525, 497 
24, 486, 669 
43, 947, 818 
121, 946, 136 
433, 345, 732 
651, 289, 027 
801, 525, 303 
596, 803, 767 
411,327,684 
474,581,111 
464, 918, 056 
437, 540, 797 
432, 853, 170 
448, 330, 446 
511,731,376 
688, 824, 950 
582, 392, 677 



Tax on 

capital net 

gain 12J^ 

per cent 



$31, 066, 357 
38, 915, 500 
48, 603, 064 
117,570,971 
112,609,705 
134, 033, 966 
233, 450, 521 
284, 654, 312 



Total 



$28, 

41, 

67, 

173, 

3 796, 

1, 127, 

1, 269, 

1, 075, 

719, 

861, 

882, 

743, 

766, 

761, 

861, 

1, 204, 

1, 029, 



253, 535 
046, 162 
943, 595 
386, 694 
380, 938 
721,835 
630, 104 
053, 686 
387, 106 
057, 308 
221, 610 
938, 689 
784, 304 
439, 535 
582, 417 
170, 142 
379, 085 



Credits against 
tax! 



* $220, 555, 377 
39, 673, 199 
32, 229, 121 
28, 968, 745 
30, 942, 983 
39, 916, 105 
27, 440, 938 



Tax 



41, 

67, 

173, 

3 795, 

1, 127, 

1, 269, 

1, 075, 

719, 

861, 

661, 

704, 

734, 

732, 

830, 

1, 164, 

1, 001, 



253, 535 
046, 162 
943, 595 
386, 694 
380, 938 
721, 835 
630, 104 
053, 686 
387, 106 
057, 308 
666, 133 
265, 390 
555, 183 
470, 790 
639, 434 
254, 037 
938, 147 



' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. Returns for 1913 pertain to the last 10 months of that year; 
taxes shown for 1913-1915, inclusive, are receipts for fiscal year ended June 30, immediately following, as 
shown in annual report of Commissioner of Internal Revenue, which receipts include fines, penalties, 
additional assessments, etc.; 1916 and subsequent years' tax is amount reported on returns. 

2 Includes credit of 25 per cent of tax on earned income and credit of 12H per cent on capital net loss and 
excludes credit for income and profits taxes paid to a foreign country or a possession of the United States 
and credit for income tax paid at source. 

3 Includes war excess-profits taxes of $101,249,781 on individuals and of $103,887,984 on partnerships. 
* 25 per cent reduction provided for in section 1200 (a) of revenue act of 1924. 



Number 


of individual returns for 1914 to 1929, by net income classes^ 




Net income classes 

(Thousands of 

dollars) 


1914 


1915 


1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


1921 


Underl 
















401, 849 


1 under 2 








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 

1,337,116 

455, 442 

171, 830 

38, 548 

12, 093 

2,191 

1,063 

239 

123 

33 


2, 440, 544 


2 under 3 









2, 222, 031 


3 under 5.. 


149, 279 

127, 448 

58, 603 

14, 676 

5,161 

1,189 

769 

216 

114 

60 


127, 994 

120, 402 

60, 284 

17, 301 

6,847 

1,793 

1,326 

376 

209 

120 


157, 149 

150, 563 

80, 880 

23, 734 

10, 452 

2,900 

2,437 

714 

376 

206 


1, 072, 146 


5 under 10 


353, 247 


10 under 25 


132, 344 


25 under 50 


28, 946 


sounder 100 

100 under 150 

150 under 300 

300 under 500 

500 under 1,000 

1,000 and over 


8,71? 
1,367 
739 
162 
63 
21 


Total 


357, 515 


336, 652 


2 429, 401 


3, 472, 890 


4,425,114 


5, 332, 760 


7, 259, 944 


6, 662, 176 



Net income classes 

(Thousands of 

dollars) 


1922 


1923 


1924 


1925 


1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 


Under 1 


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, 602 

2, 623, 160 

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 

76 


98, 178 

1, 071, 992 

842, 528 

1, 327, 683 

503, 652 

236, 779 

59, 721 

20, 958 

4,759 

3,223 

892 

479 

207 


119,513 

1, 045, 619 

837, 792 

1, 240, 400 

560, 549 

246, 730 

67, 487 

20, 520 

4,724 

3,267 

892 

468 

231 


126, 745 

996, 098 

865, 762 

1, 209, 346 

567, 700 

262, 079 

60, 123 

22, 573 

5,261 

3,873 

1,141 

557 

290 


111,123 

918, 447 

837, 781 

1, 192, 613 

628, 766 

270, 889 

68, 048 

27, 207 

7,049 

6,678 

1,756 

983 

511 


126, 172 


1 under 2 


903, 082 


2 under 3 . 


810, 347 


3 under 5 


1, 172, 655 


5 under 10 .. 


658, 039 


10 under 25 .. 


271, 454 


25 under 60 . 


63,689 


60 under 100 ... 


24, 073 


100 under 160 ... . 


6,376 


150 under 300 .. 


5,310 


300 under 500 


1,641 


600 under 1,000 

1,000 and over... 


976 
513 


Total 


6, 787, 481 


7, 698, 321 


7, 369, 788 


4,171,051 


4, 138, 092 


4, 101, 547 


4, 070, 851 


4, 044, 327 











1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. 

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. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 33 

Individual returns, net income for 1916 to 1929, by net income classes ^ 



Net income classes 


Net income 


(Thousands of dollars) 


1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


1 under 2 




$2, 461, 137, 000 

2, 064, 977, 328 

2, 115, 864, 601 

1, 827, 508, 088 

1, 687, 165, 619 

1, 042, 320, 083 

846, 894, 335 

400, 492, 040 

474, 651, 960 

209, 904, 969 

214, 631, 270 

306, 835, 914 


$2, 232, 354, 577 

3, 626, 824, 833 

3, 535, 219, 007 

2, 145, 690, 016 

1, 736, 548, 050 

978, 042, 710 

679, 720, 737 

284, 106, 740 

305,024,817 

144, 545, 428 

119, 075, 548 

137, 486, 892 


$2,829,113,151 

3, 807, 286, 365 

4, 513, 264, 030 

2, 954, 137, 253 

2,412,275,757 

1, 277, 364, 635 

896, 497, 209 

358, 392, 923 

371, 148, 536 

159, 070, 948 

128, 290, 396 

152, 650, 245 


$4, 050, 066, 618 






6, 184, 543, 368 




$624, 669, 015 
1,037,247,977 
1, 235, 015, 786 
822, 661, 658 
722, 795, 474 
357, 355, 318 
505, 859, 406 
271, 938, 017 
256, 771, 325 
464, 263, 644 


5, 039, 607, 239 


Sunder 10 


3, 068, 330, 963 


10 under 25 - 


2, 547, 904, 786 


25 under 50 - 


1, 307, 785, 113 


sounder 100 


810, 386, 333 


100 under 150 


265, 511, 505 


150 under 300 . . .- 


215, 138, 673 


300 under 500 


89, 313, 552 


500 under 1,000 


79, 962, 894 


1,000 and over. 


77, 078, 139 






Total 


6, 298, 577. 620 


13, 652, 383, 207 


15, 924, 639, 355 


19, 859, 491, 448 


23, 735, 629, 183 







Net income classes 




Net income — Continued 




(Thousands of dollars) 


1921 


1922 


1923 


1924 


1925 


Under 1 


$213, 849, 934 
3, 620, 761, 768 
5, 325, 931, 265 


$247, 564, 383 

3,630,570,922 

5, 153, 497, 468 

4, 500, 557, 809 

2, 641, 904, 702 

2, 255, 871, 780 

1, 208, 273, 932 

805, 223, 854 

260, 203, 553 

266, 814, 381 

116, 672, 075 

107, 670, 678 

141, 386, 993 


$252, 513, 019 

3, 693, 641, 547 

6,073,443,625 

6, 469, 194, 945 

2, 653, 026, 193 

2, 538, 079, 115 

1, 350, 680, 468 

833, 898, 237 

280, 656, 213 

260, 584, 012 

124, 569, 194 

95, 107, 209 

152, 071, 881 


$235, 451, 546 

3,564,474,084 

5, 277, 147, 446 

6, 827, 924, 126 

2, 991, 187, 905 

2, 855, 396, 811 

1, 599, 848, 363 

1, 066, 783, 643 

377, 644, 950 

374, 609, 374 

171, 248, 552 

158, 462, 179 

155,974,475 


$58, 305, 538 




1, 774, 601, 508 

2, 047, 969, 883 


2under3 




4, 054, 891, 244 

2, 378, 759, 237 

1, 958, 156, 206 

979, 629, 305 

582, 230, 218 

163, 520, 999 

145, 948, 047 

61, 342, 550 

42, 780, 426 

49, 411, 329 


5, 236, 003, 283 


5 under 10 - 


3, 463, 852, 012 
3,544,898 379 


10 under 25 . 


25 under 50 . . 


2, 032, 239, 284 

1, 418, 948, 285 

572. 859, 982 


60 under 100 


100 under 150 


150 under 300 - - 


655, 300, 217 
339 773 657 


300 under 500 . - -._ 


500 under 1,000 -- 


327,367 523 


1,000 and over 

Total 


422, 456, 852 


19, 577, 212, 528 


21, 336, 212, 530 


24, 777, 465, 658 


25, 656, 153, 454 


21, 894, 576, 403 


Net income classes 


Net income — Continued 


(Thousands of dollars) 


1926 


1927 1928 


1929 


Under 1 


$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 


$72, 230, 684 $64, 535, 224 
1, 645, 575, 7(X) i !^'>f^ ^'^ QS7 


$73, 742, 132 
1, 499, 907, 745 
1, 958, 594, 897 
4, 572, 596, 263 
4, 481, 575. 786 
4, 025, 233, 375 
2, 174, 458, 126 
1, 646, 476, 000 

770, 536, 078 
1, 087, 409, 737 

628, 228, 889 

669, 877, 752 
1, 212, 098, 784 


1 under 2 . . . . 


2 under 3 


2, 062, 275, 084 

4, 700, 816, 426 

3, 895, 759, 157 

3, 748, 057, 507 

2, 051, 770, 684 

1, 535, 387, 374 

636, 018, 520 

787, 270, 255 

431, 121, 727 

378, 166, 589 

600, 640, 846 


2, 030, 900, 943 

4, 648, 097, 736 

4, 282, 520, 130 

4, 037, 853, 104 

2, 326, 502, 829 

1, 857, 877, 924 

850, 450, 966 

1, 157, 131, 081 

663, 900, 326 

670, 861, 671 

1 108 RfiS fUl 


3 under 5 ..- - . . . 


5underl0.- . . . 


10 under 25 


IF, nndfir .^10 


50 under 100 


100 under 150 . 


150 under 300 


300 under 500 


500 under 1,000 . . 


1,000 and over ... 






Total 


21, 958, 505, 649 


22, 545, 090, 553 


25, 226, 326, 912 


24, 800, 735, 564 





1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 396-103. Data for returns of net income under $5,000 estimated on 
basis of sample for years 1918-1927 and 1929. For 1928, partly tabulated and partly estimated on basis 
of sample. 



34 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Individual returns, tax for 1916 to 1929, by net income classes * 



Net income classes 


Tax 


(Thousands of dollars) 


1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


1 under 2 




$16, 243, 604 
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 

130, 240, 648 

147, 428, 655 

95, 680, 064 

136, 155, 916 

79, 164, 847 

69, 834, 148 

88, 885, 249 


$24, 696, 200 

28, 267, 861 

75, 914, 847 

91, 537, 910 

164, 832, 523 

154, 946, 343 

186, 357, 608 

118, 705, 303 

163, 095, 349 

86, 031, 032 

76, 228, 132 

99, 026, 996 


$36, 859, 732 


2 under 3 - 




46, 607, 821 


3 under 5. 


$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 under 10 


97, 886, 033 


10 under 25 -- 


172, 259, 321 


25 under 50 - - . 


154, 265, 276 


60 under 100 


163, 717, 719 


100 under 150... 


86, 587, 694 


150 under 300 


92, 604, 423 


300 under 500 


47, 043, 461 


600 under 1,000 


45, 641, 005 


1,000 and over - 


49, 185, 085 






Total 


173, 386, 694 


691, 492, 964 


1, 127, 721, 835 


1, 269, 630, 104 


1, 076, 063, 686 







Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Under 1 

1 under 2 

2 under 3 

3 under 5 

6 under 10 

10 under 25 

25 under 50 

60 under 100 

100 under 150... 
150 under 300... 
300 under 500... 
500 under 1,000. 
1,000 and over.. 



Tax— Continued 



1921 



Total. 



$173, 678 
29, 160, 654 
20, 712, 373 
42, 743, 604 
68, 871, 422 
126, 886, 410 
112, 909, 840 
116,711,635 
62, 330, 056 
61, 495, 988 
31, 859, 630 
26, 112, 090 
31, 419, 726 



719, 387, 106 



1922 



$246, 

27, 081, 

20, 729, 

47, 533, 

70, 387, 

123, 575, 

125, 697, 

144, 092, 

71, 337, 

98, 810, 

43, 488, 

38, 669, 

49, 517, 



861, 067, 308 



1923 



$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, 562 

25, 498, 434 

35, 788, 475 



661, 666, 133 



$145, 629 
10, 432, 394 
10, 207, 284 
26, 865, 387 
28, 827, 944 
78, 068, 669 
109,359,811 
136. 636, 004 
76, 677, 736 
92, 480, 898 
46, 771, 131 
42, 685, 301 
47, 207, 203 



704, 266, 390 



1925 



$68, 557 

1, 704, 08r 

3, 809, 422. 

8, 326, 214 

19, 149, 177' 

74, 171, 962 

120, 688, 692 

147,842,780' 

79, 471, 792 

103, 058, 819 

55, 721, 982 

53, 674, 188 

66, 867, 521 



734, 555, 183- 



Net Income classes 


Tax— Continued 


(Thousands of dollars) 


1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 


Under 1 


$55, 638 

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 

63, 665, 366 

81, 893, 331 


$39, 980 

1, 233, 658 

3, 970, 412 

6, 608, 177 

20, 664, 502 

74, 225, 906 

119, 475, 301 

156, 674, 952 

87,397,904 

123, 776, 837 

73, 760, 177 

64, 265, 391 

98, 657, 237 


$59, 662 

1, 549, 713 

4, 317, 054 

7, 475, 073 

22, 895, 853 

82, 757, 745 

136, 668, 322 

194, 447, 236 

116,855,418 

182, 513, 642 

113,249,844 

116,424,264 

185, 140. 211 


$17,308 


1 under 2 


563,418 


2 under 3- 


1, 403, 901 


3 under 5 


2, 412, 634 


Sunder 10 . 


9, 550, 599 


10 under 26 


59, 893, 017 


26 under 50 


113, 904, 197 


50 under 100 


160, 813, 624 


100 under 150 


99, 559, 757- 


150 under 300 ... 


169, 221, 214 


300 under 500 


97, 335, 662 


600 under 1,000 


106, 218, 910 


1,000 and over 


191, 054, 006 






Total 


732, 470, 790 


830, 639, 434 


1, 164, 254, 037 


1, 001, 938, 14r 







> Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. Data for returns of net income under $6,000 estimated on 
basis of sample for 1918-1927 and 1929. For 1928, partly tabulated and partly estimated on basis of sample. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



35 



Individual returns, average amount of tax and average rate of tax for 1916 to 1929, 

by net income classes ^ 



Met income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



1 under 2 

2 under 3 

3 under 5 

5 under 10 

10 under 25 

25 under 50 

sounder 100 

100 under 150— 
150 under 300... 
300 under 500— 
600 under 1,000. 
1,000 and over.- 

All returns 



1916 



Average 
tax per 
return 



$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 



396. 60 



Average 
rate of 

tax (per 
cent) 



0.12 

.61 

.94 

1.41 

2.25 

3.48 

4.75 

6.60 

8.14 

11.09 



2.75 



Average 
tax per 
return 



$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 



199. 11 



Average 
rate of 

tax (per 
cent) 



0.66 

.44 

.86 

2.41 

4.78 

7.34 

10.04 

13.92 

18.27 

23.93 

27.63 

35.65 



5.06 



1918 



Average tax 
per return 



$17. 46 

23.66 

88.95 

291. 39 

1, 222. 01 

4, 563. 12 

14, 748. 76 

40, 576. 79 

89, 871. 89 

207, 237. 82 

392, 326. 67 

1, 326, 645. 51 



254. 85 



Average 

rate of 

tax (per 

cent) 



1.19 

.98 

2.35 

4.34 

8.20 

13.32 

21.69 

33.68 

44.64 

54.77 

58.65 

64.66 



7.08 





1919 


1920 


1921 


Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Average tax 
per return 


Average 

rate of 

tax (per 

cent) 


Average tax 
per return 

1 


Average 

rate of 

tax (per 

cent) 


Average tax 
per return 


Average 
rate of 

tax (per 
cent) 


Under 1 -- 






$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 




$12.83 1 
18.00 I 
64.31 1 
208.59 1 
1,014.45 , 
4,134.44 
13,990.81 1 
39, 793. 93 
87, 497. 50 
202, 425. 96 
403,323.45 \ 
1,523,492.25 


0.87 

.74 

1.68 

3.10 

6.83 

12.13 

20.79 

33.12 

43.94 

54.08 

59.42 

64.87 


$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 

.74 

1.66 

3.19 

6.76 

11.80 

20.20 

32.61 

43.04 

52.67 

57.08 

63.81 


.81 


2 under 3 


.39 


3 under 5 


1.05 




2.90 


10 under 25 


6.48 


25 under 50 


11.53 


50 under 100 - 


19.87 


100 under 150 


32.00 


150 under 300 


42.14 


300 under 500 


61.94 


500 under 1,000 -. 


58.70 


1,000 and over 


63.59 






All returns 


238.08 


6.39 


148. 08 


4.53 


107. 98 


3.67 









1922 


1923 


1924 


Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Average tax 
per return 


Average 
rate of 

tax (per 
cent) 


Average tax 
per return 


Average 
rate of 

tax (per 
cent) 


Average tax 
per return 


Average 
rate of 

tax (per 
cent) 


Under 1 - 


$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, 089. 24 


0.10 

.75 

.40 

1.06 

2.66 

6.48 

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, 845. 72 

180, 839. 96 

483, 628. 04 


0.13 

.49 

.27 

.71 

2.04 

4.06 

7.67 

13.06 

19,85 

23.83 

25.42 

26.81 

23.53 


$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 

175, 972. 32 

629, 429. 37 


0.06 




.29 


2 under 3..- 


.19 




.39 


5 under 10 _ 


.96 


10 under 25 


2.73 


25 under 50 


6.84 


50 under 100 


12.81 


100 under 150 


20.04 


150 under 300 


24.69 


300 under 500 


26.73 


500 under 1,000 .- 


26.87 


1,000 and over. . 


30.27 






All returns 


126. 86 


4.04 


85.95 


2.67 


95.56 


2.74 







' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns of 
Individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. Data for returns of net income under $5,000 estimated, based 
on sample for years 1918-1927 and 1929. For 1928, partly tabulated and partly estimated on basis of 
sample. 



36 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Individual returns, average amount of tax and average rate of tax for 1916 to 1929, 
by net income classes ' — Continued 





1926 


1926 


1927 


Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Average tax 
per return 


Average 
rate of 

tax (per 
cent) 


Average tax 
per return 


Average 
rate of 

tax (per 
cent) 


Average tax 
per return 


Average 
rate of 

tax (per 
cent) 


Under 1 


$0.70 

1.59 

4.52 

6.27 

38.02 

313. 26 

2, 020. 85 

7, 054. 24 

16, 699. 26 

31,976.05 

62, 468. 59 

112,054.67 

323, 031. 60 


0.12 

.10 

.19 

.16 

.55 

2.09 

5.94 

10.42 

13.87 

15.73 

16.40 

16.39 

16.83 


$0.46 

1.68 

5.03 

5.84 

36.16 

293. 70 

1, 962. 12 

6,868.74 

16,490.26 

31, 832. 61 

61,945.77 

114, 669. 68 

354, 516. 58 


0.08 

.10 

.21 

.15 

.62 

1.98 

5.77 

10.14 

13.66 

15.72 

16 24 

16.88 

16.56 


$0.32 

1.24 

4.63 

5.38 

36.40 

294.45 

1, 987. 18 

6, 940. 81 

16, 612. 41 

31, 958. 64 

64, 636. 44 

116, 377. 72 

340, 197. 36 


0.06 


1 imrlfir 2 . , 


.07 


2 under 3 


.19 


3 under 5 . 


.14 


6 under 10 


.53 


10 under 25 


1.98 


25 under 50 


5.82 


60 under 100 


10.20 


100 under 150 


13.74 


150 under 300 


16.72 


300 under 500 


17.11 


600 under 1,000 


16.99 


1,000 and over 


16.42 






All returns 


176. 11 


3.35 


177. 00 


3.33 


202. 52 


3.68 









1928 


1929 


Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Average 
tax per 
return 


Average 
rate of 

tax (per 
cent) 


Average 
tax per 
return 


Average 
rate of 

tax (per 
cent) 


Under 1— 


$0.54 

1.69 

5.15 

6.27 

36.41 

305. 50 

2, 006. 94 

7, 146. 96 

16, 577. 59 

32, 144. 00 

64, 493. 08 

118, 437. 70 

362, 309. 61 


0.09 
.10 
.21 
.16 

.53 
2.05 
5.87 
10.47 
13.74 
15.77 
17.06 
17.36 
16.70 


$0.14 

.61 

1.73 

2.06 

14.61 

220. 63 

1, 788. 44 

6, 680. 24 

15, 614. 77 

29, 985. 16 

59, 314. 85 

108,830.85 

372,424.96 


0.02 


1 under 2 


.04 


2 under 3 


.07 


3 under 5 


.06 


6 under 10 _ 


.21 


10 under 25 


1.49 


25 under 50 


6.24 


50 under 100 


9.77 


100 under 150 


12.92 


160 under 300 


14.64 


300 under 500 


15.49 


600 imder 1,000 


15.86 


1,000 and over 


15.76 






All returns . 


286. 00 


4.62 


247. 73 


4 04 







1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns 
of individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. Data for returns of net income under $5,000 estimated, 
based on sample for years 1918-1927 and 1929. For 1928, partly tabulated and partly estimated on basis 
of sample. 



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40 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Corporation returns for 1909 to 1929, showing total number, number and per cent 
reporting net income and no net income, and amount of net income and deficit i 





Number of returns 


Per cent of total 














Inactive 










Year 




Report- 
ing net 
income 


Report- 


corpora- 


Report- 
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income 


Report- 


No 


Net income 


Deficit 




Total 


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net 
income 


tions; no 
income 
data re- 


ing no 
net in- 
come 


income 

data 
reported 














ported 












1909-- 


262,490 


2 52,498 


3 209,992 




f 20 


80 




r$3, 590, 000, 000 




1910- - 


270.202 


2 54,040 


3 216, 162 




20 


80 




3,761,000,000 




1911-- 


288, 352 


2 55, 129 


3 233, 223 




19 


81 




3,503,000,000 


Not avail- 


1912- - 


305, 336 


2 61,116 


3 244, 220 




20 


80 




4,151,000,000 


> able. 


1913- - 


316,909 


188, 866 


128, 043 




60 


40 




4, 714, 000, 000 




1914- . 


* 299, 445 


174, 205 


125, 240 




58 


42 




3, 940, 000, 000 




1915-- 


4 366, 443 


190, 911 


175, 532 




52 


48 




5, 310, 000, 000 




1916-- 


341, 253 


206- 984 


134, 269 


No data 


61 


39 


No data 


8,766,000,000 


$657,000,000 


1917.- 


351, 426 


232, 079 


119,347 


, avail- 
1 able. 


66 


34 


avail- 


10, 730, 000, 000 


630,000,000 


1918- - 


317, 579 


202, 061 


115,518 


64 


36 


able. 


8, 362, 000, 000 


690, 000, 000 


1919-- 


320, 198 


209, 634 


110, 564 




65 


35 




9, 412, 000, 000 


996,000,000 


1920- - 


345, 595 


203, 233 


142, 362 




59 


41 




7,903,000,000 


2,029,000,000 


1921- - 


356, 397 


171, 239 


185, 158 




48 


52 




4, 336, 000. 000 


3,878,000,000 


1922- - 


382,883 


212, 535 


170, 348 




56 


44 




6,964,000,000 


2,194,000,000 


1923-- 


398, 933 


233, 339 


165, 594 




68 


42 




8,322,000,000 


2, 014, 000, 000 


1924- - 


417, 421 


236, 389 


181,032 




67 


43 




7, 587, 000, 000 


2,224,000,000 


1925- - 


430,072 


252, 334 


177, 738 




59 


41 




9,584,000,000 


1,963,000,000 


1926- . 


455, 320 


258, 134 


197, 186 




57 


43 




. 9, 673, 000, 000 


2, 169, 000, 000 


1927-- 


475,031 


259,849 


165, 826 


49,356 


55 


35 


10 


8,982,000,000 


2,472,000,000 


1928.- 


495,892 


268, 783 


174, 828 


52,281 


54 


35 


11 


10,600,000,000 


2,400,000,000 


1929.- 


509, 436 


269,430 


186, 591 


53,415 


53 


37 


10 


11, 654, 000, 000 


2,914,000,000 



1 Changes in the revenue acts aflecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns of 
corporations are summarized on pp. 404-407. 1909-1915 includes, to a Umited extent, additions made by 
audit and delinquent returns filed. Fiscal and fractional (part year) returns are included. 

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

3 Returns showing net income not in excess of $5,000 exemption, or deficit. 

* 1915 contains approximately 32,000 returns related to 1914. (See Annual Report, Commissioner of 
Internal Revenue, 1916, p. 26.) 



Corporation returns for 1913 to 1929, showing income and profits taxes 





Tax 


Year 


Income tax 


War-profits 
and excess- 
profits tax 


Total tax 


1913 


2 $43, 127, 740 

39, 144, 532 

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, 646 

1, 170, 331, 206 

1,229,797,243 

1,130,674,128 

1, 184, 142, 142 

1,193,435,832 




» $43, 127, 740 


1914 - - 




39, 144, 532 


1915-- , 




56, 993, 657 


1916 . 




171, 805, 15C 


1917 - 


$1, 638, 747, 740 

2,505,565,939 

1, 431, 805, 690 

988,726,351 

335,131,811 

3 8,466,114 


2, 142, 445, 769 


1918 


3, 158, 764, 422 


1919 - 


2, 175, 341, 578 


1920 


1, 625, 234, 643 


1921.- 

1922 . - 


701, 575, 432 
783, 776, 268 


1923 . 


937, 106, 798 


1924 - . 




881, 549, 546 


1925 




1,170,331,206 


1926 . 




1,229,797,243 


1927 




1, 130, 674, 128 


1928- . - 




1, 184, 142, 142 


1929 




1, 193, 435, 832 









• Changes in the revenue acts aflecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns of 
corporations are summarized on pp. 404^07. 1909-1915 includes, to a limited extent, additions made by 
audit and delinquent returns filed. Fiscal year returns are included. Amounts shown for 1913-1915, 
inclusive, are receipts for fiscal year ended June 30, immediately following, as shown in annual reports of 
Commissioner of Internal Revenue, which receipts include fines, penalties, additional assessments, etc., 
1916 and subsequent years; tax is amount reported on returns. 

2 Includes excise tax, $10,671,077, act of Aug. 6, 1909. 

' On net income earned from July 1 to Dec. 31, 1921, reported on fiscal year returns whose accounting 
period terminated prior to July 1, 1922. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



41 



Corporation returns for 1918 to 1929,^ by net income and deficit classes, showing 
number of returns, net income, and deficit 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


1918 


1919 1920 


Number 

of 
returns 


Net income 


Number 

of 
returns 


Net income 


Number 

of 
returns 


Net income 


Corporations reporting net in- 
come: 
Under 2 


68, 973 
49, 397 
29, 780 

} 37, 053 

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


$55, 281, 461 
162, 073, 156 
213, 306, 243 

800, 570, 917 

507, 215, 825 
838, 508, 564 
713, 779, 767 
815, 090, 903 

1, 701, 416, 343 

2, 554, 269, 070 






76, 905 
46,868 
27,615 

35, 994 

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


$66, 835, 628 
161 338 556 


2 imder 5 






5 under 10. 






194, 776, 140 


10 under 25 








786, 538, 508 








50 under 100 


496, 660, 046 
851, 989, 198 
737 217 126 


100 under 250 






250 under 500 






500 under 1,000- 






788, 372, 009 

1, 626, 706, 266 

2, 203, 332, 348 


1,000 iinripf 5,000. ,. 






836 
160 


5,000 and over..- 






Total 


202, 061 


8, 361, 511, 249 


209, 634 


$9,411,418,468 


203, 233 


7, 902, 654, 813 




Corporations reporting no net in- 
come 


115, 518 


689, 772, 361 


110, 564 


995, 546, 241 


142, 362 


2, 029, 423, 744 




Grand total— net income 
less deficit .. 


317, 579 


7, 671, 738, 888 


320. 198 


8, 415, 872, 217 


345, 595 


5,873,231,069 






Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


1921 


1922 


1923 


Number 

of 
returns 


Net income 


Number 

of 
returns 


Net income 


Number 

of 
returns 


Net income 


Corporations reporting net in- 
come: 
Under 2. 


75, 451 
40, 402 
20, 134 

} 25, 327 

4, 695 

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 
6,114 
1,889 
1,016 
725 
320 


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

767, 133, 959 

612, 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 
6,942 
2,149 
1,089 
858 
168 


$87, 992, 887 
153, 069, 832 
199, 336, 286 


2 under 5 


5 under 10 


10 under 25.. 


25 under 50 


891, 426, 019 


50 under 100 


577, 436, 489 
923 065 166 


100 under 250 


250 under 500 


746,679 327 


500 under 1,000 


752, 853, 087 
1, 695, 716, 712 


1,000 under 5,000 


5,000 and over 


2, 294, 954, 330 






Total.. 


171, 239 


4, 336, 047, 813 


212, 636 


6, 963, 811, 143 


233, 339 


8, 321, 529, 134 




Corporations reporting no net 
income 


185, 158 


3, 878, 219, 134 


170, 348 


2, 193, 776, 356 


166, 694 


2, 013, 654, 987 




Grand total— net income 
less deficit . 


356, 397 


457, 828, 679 


382, 883 


4, 770, 034, 787 


398, 933 


6, 307, 974, 147 





Net income and deficit classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


1924 


1926 


1926 


Number 

of 
returns 


Net income 
or deficit 


Number 

of 
returns 


Net income 
or deficit 


Number 

of 
returns 


Net income 
or deficit 


CORPORATIONS REPORTING NET 
INCOME 

Under 2.. 


105, 135 
49, 050 
26, 090 

} 39, 411 

7,867 

5,200 

1,793 

952 

739 

162 


$92, 767, 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 

r 29, 533 

1 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 
160, 215, 419 
201, 434, 466 
424 743 533 


2 under 6 


6imder 10 


10 under 25 


26 under 50 


505 981 193 


60 under 100 


612, 009, 482 
917, 880, 867 
749,611,283 
759, 354, 667 
1, 769, 642, 841 
3, 468, 407, 420 


100 under 250... 


260 under 500. 


500 under 1,000 


1,000 under 5,000 


6,000 and over... 




Total 


236, 389 


7, 586, 652. 292 


252, 334 


, 583, 683, 697 


258, 134 


9, 673, 402, 889 





1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns of 
corporations are summarized on pp. 404-407. Fiscal year returns are included. Returns showing no net 
income were not distributed prior to 1925. 



42 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Corporation returns for 1918 to 1929,^ by net income and deficit classes, showing 
number of returns, net income, and deficit — Continued 



Net income and deficit classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


1924 


1925 


1926 


Number 

of 
returns 


Net income 
or deficit 


Number 

of 
returns 


Net income 
or deficit 


Number 

of 
returns 


Net income 
or deficit 


corporations reporting no 
ne: income 

Under 25 






165, 909 

8,565 

2,876 

241 

81 

28 

15 

7 

16 


$507, 429, 985 

401. 080, 214 

486, 586, 356 

171, 006, 631 

111,694,991 

67, 150, 838 

55, 984, 630 

31, 018, 188 

130, 676, 262 


183, 538 

10, 630 

2,619 

251 

94 

28 

12 

6 

8 


$622, 156, 073 


25 under 100 






497, 909, 273 


100 under 500 






520, 867, 843 


500 under 1,000 






178, 364, 712 


1,000 under 2,000 . 






124,482,493 


2,000 under 3,000 .. 






66, 305, 016 


3,000 under 4,000 . 






41, 221, 059 


4,000 under 5,000 .. 






26. 887, 189 


6,000 and over . . 






90, 516, 644 










Total 


181,032 


$2,223,925,993 


177, 738 


1, 962, 628, 095 


197, 186 


2, 168, 710, 302 




1 ' 




Grand total— net income 
less deficit 


417, 421 


5, 362, 726, 299 


430, 072 


7, 621, 055, 602 


455, 320 


7, 504, 692, 68r 







Net income and deficit classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



1927 



Number 

of 
returns 



Net income 
or deficit 



1928 



Number 

of 
returns 



Net income 
or deficit 



1929 



Number 

of 
returns 



Net income 
or deficit 



CORPORATIONS REPORTING NET 
INCOME 

Under 1 

1 under2 

2 under 3 

3 under 4 

4 under 5 

5 under 10 

10 under 15 

15 under 20.. 

20 under 25 

25 under 50 

50 under 100 

100 under 250 

250 under 500 

500 under 1,000.. 

1,000 under 5,000 

5,000 and over.-. 

Total 

CORPORATIONS REPORTING NO 
NET INCOME 

Under 1 

1 under 2 

2 under 3 .-.. 

3 under 4 

4 under 5 

5 under 10 

10 under 15 

15 under 20 

20 under 25 

25 under 50 

50 under 100 

100 under 250... 

250 under 500 

500 under 1,000.. 

1,000 under 5,000 

6,000 and over 

Total 

Inactive corporations; no 
income data reported 

Grand total — net income 
less deficit 



70, 299 

52, 044 

26, 470 

15,048 

9,914 

27, 690 

11,387 

9,912 

6,217 

12, 518 

8,299 

5,823 

2,047 

1,139 

855 

187 



259, 849 



49, 199 

23, 543 

15, 379 

11, 321 

8,333 

23, 198 

10,118 

5,633 

3,776 

7, 863 

4,019 

2,327 

654 

257 

188 

18 



165, 826 
49, 356 



475, 031 



$27, 
79, 
64, 
52, 
44, 
197, 
137, 
165, 
140, 
447, 
580, 
901, 
714, 
788, 

1, 700, 

2, 938, 



806, 395 
589, 268 
361,482 
633, 692 
367, 754 
100, 206 
633, 906 
701,312 
165, 752 
199, 459 
909, 267 
979, 956 
494, 467 
890, 764 
282, 717 
777, 864 



68, 466 

42, 161 

35, 930 

19, 392 

11,811 

29, 876 

13, 707 

8,268 

6,953 

12, 480 

8,734 

6,194 

2,267 

1,286 

1,029 

229 



66, 

52, 

211, 

168, 

143, 

156, 

445, 

609, 

959, 

794, 

898 

2, 119: 

3, 810 



667. 760 
624, 798 
128, 066 
724, 327 
757, 599 
526, 272 
261, 530 
246, 122 
097, 554 
894, 631 
179, 215 
922, 645 
020, 678 
405, 169 
925, 678 
359. 213 



69, 456 
41, 292 
37, 675 
19, 458 

11, 795 
29, 627 
13, 399 

8,424 
6,641 

12, 397 
8,316 
6,974 
2,283 
1,344 
1,049 

300 



$29, 

61, 

94, 

66, 

62, 

209, 

164, 

146, 

149, 

441, 

582, 

923, 

796, 

932, 

2, 116, 

4, 885, 



280, 602 
040, 738 
817,771 
919, 938 
715, 622 
763, 890 
277, 385 
907, 739 
630. 071 
614, 858 
967, 689 
943, 997 
186, 327 
109, 935 
780, 261 
929, 179 



8, 981, 884, 261 



268, 783 



10, 617, 741, 167 



269, 430 



11,653,886,00 



$22, 260, 980 
35, 201, 966 

38, 056, 867 

39, 367, 969 
37, 228, 992 

166, 072, 281 
125, 106, 434 
98, 125, 977 
85, 380, 525 
273, 897, 40] 
277, 499, 065 
351, 234, 547 
226, 694, 160 
176, 654, 346 
351, 194, 669 
168, 863, 207 



2, 471, 739, 376 



6, 610, 144, 886 



54, 633 

24, 811 

16, 676 

11, 907 

8,827 

23, 457 

10, 424 

5,789 

3,619 

7,707 

3,990 

2,048 

557 

287 

186 

10 



$21, 901, 102 
36, 402, 854 
41,173,010 
41, 417, 367 
39, 568, 299 
166, 745, 650 
127, 633, 647 
100, 067, 063 
80, 838, 677 
268, 262, 168 
276, 902, 138 
311, 303, 871 
193, 694, 881 
200, 947, 313 
342, 217, 717 
142, 048, 6] 1 



58, 164 

26, 376 

17, 620 

12, 402 

9,353 

26, 028 

11, 127 

6,130 

4,009 

8,448 

4,243 

2,444 

749 

341 

244 

23 



$22, 657, Oil 
38, 777, 466 
43, 590, 179 
43, 238, 723 
41,951,077 
178,511,551 
136, 218, 72a 
106, 492, 239 
89, 860, 590 
295,037,156 
295, 021, 990 
371, 077, 104 
258, 989, 634 
236, 427, 681 
468, 723, 308 
287, 663, 802 



174, 828 
52, 281 



2, 391, 124, 248 



186, 591 
63, 415 



2,914,128,235- 



495, 892 



8, 226, 616, 909 



509, 436 



8, 739, 757, 767 



' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns of 
corporations are summarized on pp. 404-407. Fiscal year returns are included. Returns showing no net 
income were not distributed prior to 1925. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 43 

ESTATE-TAX RETURNS 

The following tables are compiled from estate tax returns filed 
during the 12 months ending December 31, 1930. They do not, 
however, represent the number of estates of persons who died within 
this period. The returns are not required to be filed until one year 
after the date of death, and under certain conditions further extensions 
of time are granted for fihng. 

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. The relationship of the benefi- 
ciary 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 rather than on the distribu- 
tive share. 

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

The net estate is the amount of the gross estate less the sum of 
authorized deductions, 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. Under 
the previous revenue acts the specific exemption was $50,000. Estate- 
tax returns filed under the revenue acts of 1926 and 1928 are allowed 
a tax credit not to exceed 80 per cent of the total Federal estate tax 
for estates, inheritance, legacy, or succession taxes paid to any of the 
several States, Territories, or the District of Columbia. Under the 
revenue act of 1924 (effective June 2, 1924) the tax credit was limited 
to 25 per cent 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 distributed into classes on the size of the net estate 
corresponding to the successive tax brackets specified in the revenue 
act of 1926. 

The tables are based on the data disclosed by the returns as filed 
and prior to any adjustments that may be determined upon investiga- 
tion 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 which are not reflected in these 
tables. 

Table 1 shows for the returns of estates of resident decedents, 
distributed by size of net estate, the total number of returns, number 
subject to tax and number not subject to tax, form of property owned 
by the decedent at the time of death, 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 shows for the returns of estates of resident decedents, by 
States and Territories, the total number of returns and aggregate 
gross estate, net estate, deductions, total tax, tax credit, per cent of 
tax credit to total tax, and net tax after deducting tax credit, as well 
as the distribution by estates subject to tax and those not subject to 
tax. 

62320—31 i 



44 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Table 3 shows for returns of estates of resident decedents, dis- 
tributed by size of net estate, the number of returns, gross and net 
estate, deductions, total tax, tax credit, and net tax after deducting 
tax credit. 

Table 4 shows for returns of estates of nonresident decedents, 
distributed by size of the net estate, the situs of which is in the 
United States, the number of returns, gross and net estate in the 
United States, tax, tax credit, and net tax after deducting tax credit. 

Table 5 includes a historical summary of estate tax returns filed for 
resident and nonresident decedents, September 9, 1916, to December 
31, 1930, showing the number of returns, gross and net estate, and tax. 



46 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 1, — Estates of resident decedents — Form of property and nature of deductions, 
[Returns filed from January 1 to December 31, 19301 









No net taxable estate 




Total 


Gross estate under 
$50,000 


Gross estate over 
$50,000 


Number of returns. 


8,798 


66 


1,714 




Distribution 


Amount 


Per 
cent 


Amount l^^ 


Amount 


Per 

cent 


Form of property: 


$563,854,821 


13.72 


$400, 473 


24.19 


$78, 202. 197 


26.20 






Investments in bonds and stocks — 
Federal Government bonds — 
Wholly tax-exempt 


69, 235, 313 
62,576,447 

179, 766, 243 
281,783,278 


1.69 
1.28 

4.37 
6.86 


1 

! 

1,016 .06 
37, 801 1 2.28 


1,481,123 
3, 196, 357 

5, 159, 798 
15,132,464 


.49 
1.07 

1.73 
6.07 


Partially tax-exempt 

State and municipal bonds, 




3n.48fil 1.84 






Total bonds 


683, 361, 281 
1,959,854,574 


14.20 69,303 4.18 
47.70 247,174 14.93 


24,969,742 
80,721,040 


8.36 
27.04 


Capital stock in corporation 


Total bonds and stocks— 


2,543,215,855 


61.90 316,4771 19.11 


105,690,782 


35.40 


Mortgages, notes, cash, etc 


396,015,656 
128, 584, 252 

211,291,413 
121,964,244 

31,632,886 

111,958,363 


9.64 
3.13 

5.14 
2.97 

.77 

2.73 


297, 564| 17. 97 
352, 616 21. 29 

200,146' 12.09 
88,601 5.35 


33, 708, 249 
21, 341, 240 

17, 678, 772 
5,700,839 

5,532,600 

30, 683, 350 


11.29 

7.15 

5.92 
1.91 

1.85 

10.28 




Jointly owned property, $53,829,823, dis- 
tributed by form of property. 


Transfers made in contemplation of or 
intended to take effect at or after death. 

General power of appointment exercised 
by will or by deed in contemplation of 
death 


Property from an esiate taxed within 5 
years; value at date of death of present 


1 








Total gross estate .. . 


4,108,517,490 


100.00 


1,655,877 


100.00 


298, 538, 029 


100.00 




Nature of deduction: 

Insurance exemption . 


54,203,863 
166, 133, 745 
385, 591, 176 

94, 101, 251 




322 170 


10,867,970 
14,174,375 
91, 849, 260 

26,493,737 

48,049.839 
170,600,000 




Funeral and administrative expenses. 

Debts, unpaid mortgages, etc 

Property from an estate taxed with- 
in 5 years; value at the date of 
previous decedent's death 


113,430 
338,415 




Charitable, public, and similar be- 
quests - 

Specific exemption . 


223,489,533 
876, 050, 000 




9,396: 

5,400,000 






Total deductions 


1, 799, 569, 568 




6,183,411] 


362,035,181 






Net taxable estate 


2,376,972,608 




1 










I 






Total tax 


152,391,240 
113,388,179 












Tax credit for estate, inheritance, legacy, 
or succession taxes actually paid to 
any of the several States, Territories, 
or District of Columbia ' 
















\ 






Net tax after deducting tax credit. 


39, 003, 061 




1 








1 1 







> 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 effective date of revenue act of 1926 (Feb. 26, 1926), and to 80 per cent of the total tax after the 
eflective date of the revenue act of 1926. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



47 



shomng amounis, number of estates, and relative percentages, by size of net estate 
[Returns filed from January 1, to December 31, 1930] 



Size of net estate 


Under $50,000 


$50,000, under 
$100,000 


$100,000, under 
$200,000 


$200,000 under 
$400,000 


$400,000, under 
$600,000 


2,258 


1,236 


1,235 


1,006 


425 


Amount 


Per 

cent 


Amount 


Per 

cent 


Amount 


Per 

cent 


Amount 


Per 

cent 


Amount 


Per 

cent 


$82, 337, 903 


23.01 


$54, 954, 620 


20.17 


.$70, 353, 213 


18.32 


$72,526,419 


15.09 


$39, 280, 538 


12.56 


1, 316, 185 
6, 261, 190 

4, 119, 113 
29,408,862 


.37 
1.75 

1.15 
8.22 


1,410,849 
5, 363, 462 

4, 713, 096 
23,387,490 


.52 
1.97 

1.73 

8.58 


2,497,213 
7, 047, 113 

9, 330, 289 
34, 944, 889 


.65 
1.84 

2.43 
9.10 


4, 763, 576 
8, 283, 139 

14, 588, 878 
43,459,486 


.99 

1.72 

3.04 
9.04 


2,580,840 
3, 876, 478 

9, 200, 790 
25, 306, 318 


.83 
1.24 

2.94 
8.09 


41, 104, 350 
114,328,475 


11.49 
31.95 


34, 874, 897 
98. 743, 297 


12.80 
36.24 


53, 819, 504 
147, 077, 703 


14.02 
38.31 


71, 095, 079 
207, 065, 616 


14.79 
43.08 


40,964,426 
154, 269, 510 


13.10 
49.33 


155, 432, 825 


43.44 


133, 618, 194 


49.04 


200, 897, 207 


52.33 


278, 160, 695 


57.87 


195, 233, 936 


62.43 


63, 796, 682 
17, 145, 765 

21, 030, 791 
10, 816, 160 

530, 541 

6, 709, 152 


17.83 
4.79 

5.88 
3.02 

.15 

1.88 


41, 101, 743 
13, 118, 157 

15.097,599 
8, 340, 672 

670, 711 

5, 541, 926 


15.09 
4.81 

5.54 
3.06 

.25 

2.04 


52, 573, 599 
16,240,409 

17,923,425 
12, 069, 724 

2, 139, 849 

11, 730, 710 


13.69 
4.23 

4.67 
3.14 

.56 

3.06 


53, 989, 140 
17,133,810 

24, 515, 587 
18, 927, 772 

2, 834, 221 

12, 693, 318 


11.23 
3.56 

5.10 
.3.94 

.59 

2.62 


28, 026, 848 
9, 790, 756 

18.867,459 
10, 400, 892 

1, 992, 739 

9, 153, 460 


8.96 
3.13 

6.03 
3.33 

.64 

2.92 


357, 799, 819 


100.00 


272, 443, 622 


100. 00 


383, 928, 136 


100.00 


480, 680, 962 


100.00 


312, 746, 628 


100.00 


8, 686, 413 
16, 093, 655 
35. 301, 228 

4, 983, 211 

17, 826, 853 
223, 800, OOC 


1 

1 

i- 


6, 713, 538 
12, 225, 268 
26, 972, 125 

4, 622, 090 

9,490,285 
123, 200, 000 




7, 456, 279 
15, 862, 981 
31, 092, 586 

10, 167, 074 

18,919,620 
123, 200, 000 




7, 237, 884 
19, 298, 298 
43,652,375 

10, 970, 114 

16, 336, 627 
100, 550, 000 




4,161,825 
12, 380, 927 
29, 558, 891 

7, 353, 601 

9, 652, 293 
42, 500, 000 




306,691,360' .- 


183, 223, 306 




206, 698, 540 





198, 045, 298 




105, 607, 537 




51,108,459 89,220,316 




177, 229, 596 


1 


282, 635, 664 




207, 139, 091 




510,8901-- 

351,502 


1, 168, 327 
853, 660 




3,460,386 
2,570,995 


1 


7, 781, 218 
5, 832, 903 




7,168,979 
5, 309, 184 




159,388' 1 314,667 




889, 391 




1, 948, 315 




1, 859, 795 





48 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 1. — Estates of resident decedents — Form of property and nature of deducr 

estate — 





Size of net estate 




$600,000 under 
$800,000 


$800,000 under 
$1,000,000 


$1,000,000 under 
$1,500,000 


Number of returns 


257 


132 


190 




Distribution 


Amount 


Per 
cent 


Amount 


Per 

cent 


Amoimt 


Per 
cent 


Form of property: 

Real estate 


$31,828,885 


12.39 


$17,048,362 


10.52 


$34,829,310 


11.41 




Investments in bonds and stocks- 
Federal Government bonds— 
Wholly tax-exempt 


1, 743, 614 
3,189,910 

7,247,998 
18,364,953 


.68 
1.24 

2.82 
7.14 


3, 004, 713 
2,668,295 

9, 561, 860 
11, 400, 776 


1.85 
1.65 

5.90 
7.04 


3,356,287 
3, 675, 179 

12, 727, 596 
18, 517, 377 


1.10 
L17 

4.17 
6.06 


Partially tax-exempt 

State and municipal bonds, 
wholly tax-exempt 


All other bonds 




Total bonds 


30, 536, 475 
138, 137, 640 


11.88 
53.76 


26, 635, 644 
83, 688, 618 


16.44 
61.64 


38,176,439 
152, 596, 795 


12.50 
49.98 


Capital stock in corporation 


Total bonds and stocks 


168, 674, 116 


65.64 


110, 324, 262 


68.08 


190, 773, 234 


62.48 


Mortgages, notes, cash, etc 


27, 837, 406 

6, 964, 620 

12, 704, 800 

3, 715, 398 

1, 374, 747 

3, 844, 636 


10.83 
2.71 
4.94 

1.45 

.54 

1.50 


13, 891, 937 
5, 127, 401 
7, 514, 998 

5, 773, 694 


8.57 
3.16 
4.64 

3.56 


19, 072, 094 
8,245,915 
21, 599, 486 

9, 213, 756 

7, 767, 836 

13, 843, 322 


6.25 
2.70 
7.07 

3.02 

2.54 

4.53 


Insurance (gross) 


Miscellaneous property 


Transfers made in contemplation of or 
intended to take effect at or after 
death 


General power of appointment exercised 
by will or by deed in contemplation of 
death 


Property from an estate taxed within 5 
years; value at date of death of present 
decedent 


2, 372, 899 


1.47 




Total gross estate 


256, 944, 607 


100.00 


162, 053, 553 


100.00 


305, 344, 953 


100.00 




Nature of deduction: 

Insurance exemption 


2, 891, 611 

10, 679, 411 
24, 612, 775 

2, 733, 924 

12, 468, 811 
25,700,000 




1, 509, 407 

7, 180, 534 
11, 925, 789 

2, 244, 6^4 

7, 885, 580 
13, 200, 000 




1, 868, 240 

12, 944, 762 
16, 232, 309 

11, 428, 120 

12, 211, 148 
19,000,000 




Funeral and administrative ex- 
penses 


Debts, unpaid mortgages, etc 

Property from an estate taxed with- 
in 5 years; value at date of previ- 
ous decedent's death 


Charitable, public, and similar be- 
quests 


Specific exemption 




Total deductions 


79,086,532 




43, 945, 954 




73, 684, 579 






Net taxable estate - 


177,858,075 




118, 107, 599 




231, 660, 374 






Total tax 


7, 201, 972 
5, 296, 577 




5, 429, 528 
3,904,230 




12, 554, 534 
9, 469, 353 




Tax credit for estate, inheritance, legacy, 
or succession taxes actually paid to 
any of the several States, Territories, 
or District of Columbia i 






Net tax after deducting tax credit- 


1, 905, 395 




1, 525, 298 




3,095,181 





* 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 effective date of 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 



49 



lions, showing amounts, number of estates, and relative percentages, by size of net 
Continued 



Size of net estate 


$1,500,000 under 
$2,000,000 


$2,000,000 under 
$2,500,000 


$2,500,000 under 
$3,000,000 


$3,000,000 under 
$3,500,000 


$3,500,000 under 
$4,000,000 


98 


57 


35 


13 


16 


Amount 


Per 

cent 


Amount 


Per 
cent 


Amount 


Per 
cent 


Amount 


Per 
cent 


Amount 


Per 
cent 


$17, frlO, 592 


8.07 


$10, 697, 409 


6.79 


$5, 842, 252 


4.86 


$5, 676, 883 


11.67 


$5, 262, 733 


7.91 


3, 564, 772 
1, 901, 089 

11, 117, 012 
12, 457, 332 


1.63 
.87 

5.09 
5.70 


4, 209, 908 
1, 368, 688 

7, 485, 818 
8, 323, 196 


2.67 

.87 

4.75 
6.29 


1, 335, 299 
1, 281, 299 

6,786,213 
7, 380, 071 


1.11 
1.07 

5.65 
6.15 


993, 896 
11, 509 

4, 298, 780 
2, 841, 344 


2.05 
.02 

8.84 
6.84 


1,181,445 
850, 616 

10, 596, 503 
2, 204, 821 


1.78 
1.28 

15.93 
3.31 


29, 040, 205 
133, 129, 021 


13.29 
60.92 


21, 387, 560 
94, 093, 407 


13.58 
59.73 


16, 782, 882 
69, 587, 729 


13.98 
57.96 


8, 145, 528 
28, 592, 350 


16.75 
68.80 


14,832,386 
40, 796, 619 


22.30 
61.34 


162, 169, 226 


74.21 


115, 480, 967 


73.31 


86, 370, 611 


71.94 


36, 737, 878 


75.55 


55, 629, 004 


83.64 


14, 054, 174 
4, 156, 039 
10, 254, 805 

7, 648, 314 

89, 306 

2, 531, 981 


6.43 
1.90 
4.69 

3.50 

.04 

1.16 


10, 383, 747 
1, 741, 831 
8, 368, 696 

4, 955, 230 
825, 132 

5, 073, 209 


6.59 
1.11 
5.31 

3.15 

.52 

3.22 


6, 156, 113 
1, 027, 171 
7, 365, 802 

8, 378, 285 

4, 199, 787 

723, 991 


6.13 

.86 

6.13 

6.98 

3.50 

.60 


1, 807, 010 
1, 106, 375 
1, 371, 724 

447,100 

653, 809 

823, 451 


3.72 
2.28 
2.82 

.92 

1.36 

1.69 


2, 721, 595 

991, 967 

1, 099, 993 

806, 133 


4.09 
1.49 
1.66 

1.21 










218, 544, 437 


100.00 


157, 526, 221 


100.00 


120, 064, 012 


100. 00 


48, 624, 230 


100.00 


66, 510, 425 


100. 00 


1, 072, 399 

8, 926, 482 
20, 987, 704 

2, 277, 010 

6, 159, 897 
9, 800, 000 




663, 939 

5, 674, 554 
11, 248, 321 

3, 458, 028 

3. 680, 051 
5, 700, 000 





96, 176 

4, 031, 574 
5, 941, 594 

598, 154 

10, 037, 916 
3, 500, 000 




116, 995 

1, 809, 766 
2,582,490 

654,828 

577, 000 
1, 300, 000 




140, 429 

2, 122, 204 
2, 586, 587 






982, 000 
1, 600, 000 




49,223,4921 


30, 424, 893 




24, 205, 414 




7, 041, 069 




7, 431, 220 




169, 320, 945 




127, 101, 328 




95, 858, 598 




41, 583, 161 




59, 079, 205 




10, 681, 883 
7, 967, 464 




8, 919, 631 
6, 695, 086 




7,341,445 
5, 484, 830 




3, 410, 478 
2, 441, 348 




5, 176, 296 
3, 772, 068 




2, 714, 419 




2, 224, 545 




1, 856, 615 




969, 130 




1, 404, 238 





50 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Tablk 1. — Estates of resident decedents — Form of property and nature of deduc 

estate — 





Size of net estate 




$4,000,000 under 
$5,000,000 


$5,000,000 under 
$6,000,000 


Number of returns. ........ ..... 


28 


8 




Distribution 


Amount 


Per cent 


Amount 


Per cent 


Form of property: 

Eeal estate 


$11,927,796 

9,932,273 
2, 103, 334 
12, 756, 312 
5,694,571 


8.05 

6.70 
1.42 
8.61 
3.84 


$3,721,779 

2,815,465 

205, 103 

12,944,233 

2, 729, 617 


4.63 

3.43 

.25 

15.74 

3.32 


Investments in bonds and stocks — 
Federal Government bonds— 

Wholly tax-exempt 


Partially tax-exempt 


State and municipal bonds, wholly tax-exempt. 
All other bonds 




Total bonds 


30,486,490 
83, 159, 255 


20.57 
56.13 


18,694,418 
64, 741, 559 


22.74 
66.58 


Capital stock in corporation... 




Total bonds and stocks 


113, 645, 745 


76.70 


73,435,977 


89.32 




Mortgages, notes, cash, etc 


7, 005, 455 
1,934,293 
7, 050, 607 

1, 127, 788 

995,763 

4,472,185 


4.73 
1.31 
4.76 

.76 

.67 

3.02 


2,250,492 

92,835 

676, 742 

10,000 

2,025,845 


2.74 
.11 
.82 

.01 

2.47 


Insurance (gross)... 


Miscellaneous property 


Transfers made in contemplation of or intended to 
take effect at or after death 


General power of appointment exercised by will or by 
deed in contemplation of death. 


Property from an estate taxed within 6 years; value at 
date of death of present decedent 








Total gross estate 


148, 159, 632 100. 00 


82, 213, 670 


100.00 








Nature of deduction: 

Insurance exemption ... 


211,000 
4,884,724 
6, 651, 360 

4,472,185 
3, 424, 806 
2,800,000 




22,588 
2,076,177 
2,974,883 




Funeral and administrative expenses 






Debts, unpaid mortgages, etc 






value at date of previous decedent's death 






Charitable, public, and similar bequests 




31,869,938 
800, 000 




Specific exemption .*.. 












Total deductions 


22,444,075 




37, 743, 586 










Net taxable estate... 


125, 715, 557 




44, 470, 084 










Total tax 


12, 098, 178 
9, 341, 522 




4,698,511 
3,570,679 




Tax credit for estate, inheritance, legacy, or succession 
taxes actually paid to any of the several States, 
Territories, or District of Columbia > 












Net tax after deducting tax credit 


2, 756, 656 




1,127,832 











1 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 effective date of 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 



61 



tions, showing amounts, number of estates, and relative percentages, by size of net 
Continued 



Size of net estate 


$6,000,000 under 
$7,000,000 


$7,000,000 under 
$8,000,000 


$8,000,000 under 
$9,000,000 


$9,000,000 under 
$10,000,000 


$10,000,000 and 
over 


7 


7 


4 


1 


15 


Amount 


Per 

cent 


Amount 


Per 
cent 


Amount 


Per 
cent 


Amount 


Per 

cent 


Amount 


Per 
cent 


$1, 126, 653 

1, 021, 353 

58, 685 

1, 128, 902 

1, 040, 126 


2.03 

1.84 

.11 

2.03 

1.87 


$12, 264, 113 

1,434,132 

63,230 

5, 671, 517 

2, 200, 216 


19.40 

2.27 

.10 

8.97 

3.48 


$867, 327 

369, 625 

120, 049 

4, 674, 378 

128, 161 


2.33 

1.00 

.33 

12.57 

.34 


$1, 556, 007 

749, 963 

102, 435 

2, 394, 875 

96, 600 


11.13 

5.36 

.73 

17.13 

.69 


$5, 509, 367 

19, 472, 767 

1, Oil, 536 

23, 263, 282 

16, 744, 122 


2.08 

7.35 

.38 

8.79 

6.32 


3,249,066 
44, 536, 656 


5.85 
80.18 


9, 369, 095 
36, 341, 107 


14.82 
57.49 


5, 292, 213 
27, 901, 283 


14.24 
75.05 


3, 343, 873 
4, 051. 354 


23.91 
28.97 


60, 491, 707 
166, 048, 366 


22.84 
62.70 


47, 785, 722 


86.03 


45, 710, 202 


72.31 


33, 193, 496 


89.29 


7, 395, 227 


52.88 


226, 540, 073 


85.54 


4, 898, 498 

1,035,313 

686, 045 

16, 267 


8.82 
1.86 
1.23 

.03 


3, 645, 900 
117, 783 
398, 101 

50,942 


5.77 
.19 
.63 

.08 


1, 737, 900 

129, 495 

1,000,955 

244, 500 


4.68 

.35 

2.69 

.66 


129, 149 


.92 


6, 930, 361 

790,461 

10,979,459 

13, 233, 177 


2.62 
.30 


4,905,421 


35.07 


4.15 
6.00 












1,024,733 


1.62 










836, 040 


.31 
















55,548,498j 100.00 


63, 211, 774 


100.00 


37, 173, 673 


100.00 


13, 985, 804 


100. 00 


264,818,928 


100.00 


80,000 
2,062,082 
6, 770, 929 




5,000 
3, 036, 594 
3, 086, 940 

808,491 

4,198,086 

700, 000 




40,000 

759, 130 

2,480,052 








40,000 
9, 643, 734 
8,377,004 

836, 040 
5, 956, 462 
1, 500, 000 






153, 093 
367, 559 






258,463 
700, 000 






5,000 
400, 000 




3.489,462 
100, 000 






9, 871, 474 




11,835,111 




3, 684, 182 




4, 110, 114 




26,353,240! 


45, 677, 024 




51, 376, 663 


33,489,491 




9, 875, 690 




238,465,688' 


5, 162, 823 
3, 772, 865 




6, 098, 534 
4, 815, 571 


1 4,202,108 

1 

3,361,687 




1, 329, 881 
1, 063, 905 




37,995,638 

27,522,760- 


1,389,958 




1, 282, 963 


840,421 


.- 265,976 




10,472,878' 



52 



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

[Returns filed from January 1 to December 31, 1930] 



Size of net estate 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Number 
of returns 


Gross es- 
tate 


Deduc- 
tions 


Net taxable 
estate 


Total tax 


Tax 

credit i 


Net tax 
after de- 
ducting 
tax credit 


No net taxable estate: 
Gross estate under 50. 


1 

1,430 

58 

39 

19 

5 


$6, 755 
2, 036, 147 

10, 986, 668 

4, 536, 500 
6, 065, 433 

5, 560, 732 
2,409,639 


$11, 156 
2, 454, 424 

975, 222 
470, 579 
576,410 
354, 116 
128, 212 










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Net taxable estate: 

Under 50 . 


$10,011,446 
4, 065, 921 
5, 489, 023 
5, 206, 616 
2, 281, 427 


$106, 793 
51, 721 
104, 669 
141, 764 
76, 572 


$6, 829 
3,188 
24, 816 
24,222 
29, 381 


$99, 964 


60 under 100 


48, 533 


100 under 200 


79, 853 


200 under 400 


117, 542 


400 under 600 


47 191 


600 under 800.. 




800 under 1,000 
















1,000 under 1,500 

1,500 under 2,000 


2 


2, 629, 048 


54,939 


2, 574, 109 


142, 929 


7,956 


134, 973 


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3,000 under 3,500 

3,500 under 4,000 


1 


3, 219, 048 


194, 742 


3, 024, 306 


241,417 


22, 378 


219, 039 


4,000 under 5,000 


1 

1 


4, 290, 836 
6, 194, 131 




4, 290, 836 

5, 647, 247 


404, 217 
600, 587 


56, 631 


347, 586 
600, 587 


5,000 under 6,000 


546,884 


6,000 under 7,000 






7,000 under 8,000 

8,000 under 9,000 


1 


9, 170, 596 


1, 280, 455 


7, 890, 141 


964,824 


45,820 


919, 004 


9,000 under 10,000 
















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Total 


1,584 


57, 105, 533 1 7, 047, 139 


50,481,072 


2, 835, 493 


221, 221 


2, 614, 272 





1 Credit for estate, inheritance, legacy or succession taxes actually paid to any of the several States, Terri- 
tories, 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.) 



56 



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Table 5. — Historical summary of estate tax returns filed for resident and non- 
resident decedents, September 9, 1916, to December 31, 1930,^ showing number 
of returns, gross and net estate, and tax 





Returns filed 


Gross estate 




Total 


Resident 
decedents 


Nonresi- 
dent de- 
cedents 


Total 


Resident de- 
cedents 


Nonresident 
decedents 


Sept. 9, 1916-Jan. 15, 1922... 

Jan. 15-Dec. 31, 1922. 

Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1923 

Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1924 

Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1925.. 

Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1926 

Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1927.. 

Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1928.. 

Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1929.. 

Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1930 


45, 126 
13, 876 
15, 119 
14, 513 
16, 019 
14, 567 
10, 700 
10, 236 
10, 343 
10, 382 


42,230 

12, 563 
13, 963 

13, Oil 

14, 013 
13, 142 

9,353 
8,079 
8,582 
8,798 


2,896 
1,313 
1,156 
1,602 
2,006 
1,425 
1,347 
2,157 
1,761 
1,584 


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

2, 566, 521, 698 
3, 001, 088, 952 
3, 407, 923, 034 
3, 173, 235, 017 

3, 554, 270, 423 
3, 893, 246, 060 
4, 165, 623, 023 


$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 
3, 503, 238, 684 
3, 843, 514, 150 
4, 108, 517, 490 


$107, 596, 891 
58, 113, 259 
29, 586, 641 
25, 599, 523 
42, 725, 209 
21,656,418 
26, 945, 452 
51,031,739 
49, 731, 910 
57, 105, 533 



Net taxable estate 



Total 



Resident de- 
cedents 



Nonresident 
decedents 



Tax 



Total 



Resident de- 
cedents 



Nonresi- 
dent de- 
cedents 



Sept. 9, 1916-Jan. 15, 

1922... 

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

Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1928 

Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1929 

Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1930 



$5, 509, 
1,704, 
1, 532, 
1, 395, 
1, 658, 
1, 972, 
1, 761, 

1, 992, 

2, 313, 
2, 427, 



522, 243 
974, 496 
061, 390 
815, 832 
869, 282 
536, 751 
617, 030 
503, 398 
976, 089 
453, 680 



$5, 407, 
1, 652, 
1,504, 
1, 372, 

1, 621, 
1, 951, 
1, 735, 
1, 943, 

2, 268, 
2, 376, 



673, 531 
832, 089 
621, 046 
420, 879 
008, 326 
969, 366 
840, 229 
428, 661 
323, 442 
972, 608 



$101, 848, 712 
52, 142, 407 
27, 440, 344 
23, 394, 953 
37, 860, 956 
20, 567, 385 
25, 776, 801 
49, 074, 737 
45, 652, 647 
50, 481, 072 



$356, 516, 251 
120. 562, 181 
89, 109, 477 
71, 939, 423 
87, 322, 284 
101, 805, 202 
41, 686, 113 
41, 959, 259 
44, 387, 998 
41, 617, 333 



$351, 138, 323 
117, 623, 821 
88, 383, 941 
71, 451, 158 
86, 223, 095 
101, 324, 152 
40, 931, 224 
40, 561, 235 
43, 303, 482 
39, 003, 061 



$5, 377, 928 

2, 938, 360 

725, 536 

488, 265 

1, 099, 189 

481, 050 

754, 889 

1, 398, 024 

1, 084, 516 

2, 614, 272 



1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from estate tax returns are 
summarized on p. 408. i 

Tables exhibiting in more detail the distribution of the Federal 
individual and corporation income tax returns, in each State and Ter- 
ritory, and by size of net income and industrial divisions, are con- 
tinued in the following pages. 
Respectfully, 

David Burnet, 



Hon. A. W. Mellon, 

Secretary of the Treasury. 



Commissioner of Internal Revenue. 



BASIC TABLES 



INDIVIDUAL RETURNS 



57 



Table 1. — Individual returns for 1929 by States and Territories, showing population 
and percentage of population filing returns, number of returns, net income and tax, 
with percentages of totals; also average net income and average tax per return, and 
personal exemption and credit for dependents 

[For text defining certain items and describing methods of tabulating and estimating data, see pp. 1-4] 



States and Territories 



Population as 

of Apr. 1, 1930 

(Fifteenth 

Census) 



Percent- 
age of 
popula- 
tion filing 
returns 



Returns 



Number Per cent 



Net income 



Amount 



Per cent 



Alabama 

Alaska ' 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho --- 

Illinois. 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

M assachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

INIissouri 

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 , 



, 646, 248 
59, 278 
435, 573 
, 854, 482 
, 677, 251 
, 035, 791 
606, 903 
238, 380 
486, 869 
468,211 
908, 506 
368, 336 
445, 032 

630, 654 
238, 503 
470, 939 
880, 999 
614, 589 
101, 593 
797, 423 

631, 526 
249, 614 
842, 325 
563, 953 
009, 821 
629, 367 
537, 606 
377, 963 

91, 058 
465, 293 
041, 334 
423,317 
588, 066 
170, 276 
680, 845 
646, 697 
396, 040 
953, 786 
631, 350 
687, 497 
738, 765 
692, 849 
616, 556 
824, 715 
507, 847 
359,611 
421,851 
563, 396 
729, 205 
939, 006 
225, 565 



0.98 



25, 818 



0.64 



$122, 569, 172 



Total. 123,202,660 



2.86 

.85 
5.44 
3.02 
5.11 
4.10 
9.88 
2.05 
1.11 
2.23 
2.21 
4.85 
2.36 
1.82 
2.00 
1.32 
1.67 
2.40 
4.21 
5.02 
3.67 
2.37 

.78 
2.71 
3.17 
2.25 
5.68 
3.08 
4.84 
1.62 
6.02 

.91 
1.35 
3.25 
1.54 
2.96 
3.78 
3.85 

.76 
1.51 
1.32 
1.95 
2.59 
2.67 
1.60 
4.17 
1.72 
3.51 
3.61 



3.28 



12. 448 
15, 813 

309, 047 

31, 268 
82, 049 

9,780 
48, 087 
30, 040 

32, 289 
8,210 
9,830 

369, 855 
76, 493 
45, 023 

37, 557 

34, 623 

35, 093 
19, 173 
68,654 

213,316 

177,918 
60, 701 
15, 689 
98, 367 
17, 067 
30, 962 
5,174 
14, 341 

195, 772 
6,874 

757, 835 
28, 860 
9,170 

215, 804 
37, 000 

28, 194 
364, 145 

26,481 
13, 232 

10. 449 
34, 664 

113, 555 
13, 163 
9,586 

38, 631 
65, 240 

29, 803 
103, 044 

8,140 



4, 044, 327 



.31 
.39 

7.64 
.77 

2.03 
.24 

1.19 
.74 
.80 
.20 
.24 

9. 15 

1.89 

1.11 
.93 
.85 
.87 
.47 

1.70 

5.27 

4.40 

1.50 
.39 

2.43 
.42 
.77 
.13 
.35 

4.84 

.17 

18.74 

.71 

.23 

5.34 
.91 
.70 

9.00 
.65 
.33 
.26 
.86 

2.81 
.33 
.24 
.96 

1.61 
.74 

2.55 
.20 



60, 788, 434 
68, 910, 936 

1, 689, 896, 424 
158, 751, 5^8 
561, 547, 753 
148, 850, 300 
242, 282, 698 
164, 355, 108 
163,181,491 

43, 290, 997 
38, 525, 958 

2, 258, 945, 768 
366, 846, 042 
222, 103, 300 
181, 661, 364 
191,640,708 
170, 713, 998 
115,875,339 
425, 185, 985 

1,371,651,741 

1, 029, 756, 680 

337, 880, 743 

63, 922, 168 

558, 127, 649 

71,397,232 

140, 322, 452 

21, 597, 783 

74, 306, 913 

1, 212, 423, 226 

30, 875, 636 

6, 253, 465, 699 

130, 352, 897 

31,197,250 

1, 259, 571, 939 
216,346,916 
129, 360, 587 

2, 217, 958, 557 
184, 531, 178 

50, 257, 416 

40, 165, 070 

177, 388, 337 

592, 518, 704 

59, 451, 690 

49, 916, 326 

179, 293, 926 

302, 258, 404 

136, 768, 017 

450, 934, 107 

30,813,018 



100. 00 24, 800, 735, 564 



0.50 



.25 
.28 

6.8i 
.64 

2.26 
.60 
.98 
.66 
.66 
.17 
.16 

9.11 

1.48 
.90 
.73 
.77 
.69 
.47 

1.71 

5.53 

4.15 

1.36- 
.26 

2.25 
.29 
.57 
.09 
.30 

4.89 

.12 

25.21 

.53 

.13 

5.08 
.87 
.52 

8.94 
.74 
.20 
.16 
.72 

2.39 
.24 
.20 
.72 

1.22 
.55 

1.82 
.12 



100. 00 



Alaska included in the State of Washington. 
62320—31 5 



59 



60 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 1 . — Individual returns for 1929 by States and Territories, showing population 
and percentage of population filing returns, number of returns, net income and tax, 
with percentages of totals; also average net income and average tax per return, and 
personal exemption and credit for dependents — Continued 



States and Territories 



Tax 



Amount 



Per cent 



Average net 

income per 

return 



Average 
tax per 
return 



Personal ex- 
emption and 

credit for 
dependents 



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 . 

ftah , 

Vermont 

Virginia--- 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin.- 

Wyoming- ., 



$2, 087, 718 



0.21 



i, 747. 43 



$80. 86 



16, 
1, 
1, 

1, 
43, 

396, 
3, 

43, 
6, 
1, 

90, 

7, 



113. 774 
712, 954 
360, 278 
534, 404 

693, 045 
624, 946 
408, 622 
936, 377 
785, 942 
220, 345 
184, 325 
825, 072 
208, 031 

924. 823 
547, 829 
076, 854 
859, 568 
561, 754 

641. 824 
857, 223 
599, 864 
799, 141 
600, 076 
416, 897 
019, 300 
919, 473 
356, 444 
734, 828 
956, 017 
299, 882 
687, 348 
282, 957 
111,346 
633, 678 
020, 950 

663. 775 

694, 655 
851, 363 
566, 252 
390, 886 
747, 582 
866, 950 
881, 606 
019, 863 
201, 104 
775, 343 
298, 875 
287, 020 
188, 964 



.11 
.07 

4.53 
.35 

2.36 

1.45 
.64 
.69 
.28 
.12 
.02 

8.67 
.82 
.39 
.25 
.51 
.29 
.36 

1.66 

5.77 

4.05 
.98 
.06 

1.64 
.10 
.19 
.04 
.17 

4.39 

.03 

39.59 

.33 

.01 

4.35 
.60 
.17 

9.05 
.78 
.06 
.04 
.37 

1.28 
.09 
.10 
.32 
.58 
.23 

1.03 
.02 



4, 883. 39 
4, 357. 87 
5, 468. 09 

5. 077. 12 
6, 844. 05 

16, 219. 87 
6, 038. 42 
6,471.21 
5, 053. 78 
5, 272. 96 
3, 919. 22 
6, 107. 65 

4, 795. 81 
4, 933. 11 
4, 836. 95 
5, 635. 07 
4, 864. 62 
6, 043. 67 
6, 193. 17 
6, 430. 14 

5, 787. 82 
5, 566. 31 
4,074.33 

5, 673. 93 
4, 183. 35 
4, 532. 09 
4, 174. 29 
5, 181. 43 
6, 193. 04 
4, 491. 66 
8, 261. 76 
4, 616. 73 
3, 402. 10 

6, 836. 65 
5, 847. 21 
4, 588. 23 
6, 090. 87 
6, 968. 44 
3, 798. 17 

3, 843. 92 
5, 117. 36 
5, 217. 90 

4, 516. 68 

5, 207. 21 
4, 641. 19 
4, 633. 02 
4, 589. 07 

4. 376. 13 
3, 785. 38 



89.47 

45.09 
146. 77 
113.04 
288. 77 
1,485.17 
133. 27 
197. 62 

86.28 
148. 64 

18.76 
234. 75 
107. 30 

87.17 

67.84 
146. 63 

81.49 
186. 77 
227. 84 
271. 23 
228. 19 

161. 43 
38.26 

166.89 

59.72 

61.99 

68.89 

120. 97 

224. 53 

43.63 

523. 45 

113. 75 

12.14 

202. 19 

162. 73 
69.01 

249. 06 

296. 49 

42.79 

37.41 

108. 11 

113. 31 

66.98 

106. 39 

82.86 

88.62 

77.14 

99.83 

23.21 



35,; 

51, ( 
870, ( 

96, 
228, 

28,: 
125,; 

95, 
100, 

27, 

31, 
1,042, 
223, 
141, 
121, 
102, 
103, 

67, 
192, 
608, 
511, 
180, 

51, 
304, 

48, 

97, 

12, 

41, 
584, 

19, 
2,211, 

92, 
150, 
635, 
118, 

84, 
1,054, 

77, 

37, 

33, 
106, 
322, 

41, 

28, 
117, 
189, 

89, 
301, 

24, 



Total 1, 001, 938, 147 



100.00 



6, 132. 22 



247.74 



> Alaska included in the State of Washington. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



61 



Table 2. — Individual returns for 1929 by net income classes, showing the number 
of returns, net income and tax, average tax per return and average rate of tax, 
personal exemption and credit for dependents, tax before tax credits and tax credits 

[For text defining certain items and describing methods of tabulating and estimating data, see pp. 1-4] 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Under 1 ' (estimated) . . . 

Under 1 (estimated) 

1 under 2 ' (estimated) . . 

1 under 2 (estimated).... 

2 under 3 i (estimated).. 

2 under 3 (estifnated) 

3 under 4 i (estimated) 

3 under 4 (estimated)... 

4 under 5 ' (estimated) . 

4 under 5 (estimated)... 

5 under 6 i 

5 under 6 

6 under 7 i 

6 under 7.. 

7 under 8 i. 

7 under 8.. 

Sunder 9 i 

8 under 9 

9 under 10 ^ 

9 under 10 

lOimder 11.. 

11 under 12... 

12 under 13. 

13 under 14 

14 under 15. 

15 under 20- 

20 under 25 

25 under 30. 

30 under 40 

40 under 50 

50 under 60 

60 under 70 

70 under 80. 

80 under 90... 

90 under 100. 

100 under 150 

150 under 200 

200 under 250 

250 under 300 

300 under 400 

400 under 500 

500 under 750 

750 under 1,000.. 

1,000 under 1,500 

1,500 under 2,000 

2,000 under 3,000 

3,000 under 4,000 

4,000 under 5,000 

6,000 and over 

Total 

Nontaxable returns '... 
Taxable returns 



Number 

of 
retm-ns 



117, 633 

8,539 

423, 979 

479, 103 

370, 516 

439, 831 

454, 891 

231, 942 

167,819 

318, 003 

24, 218 

217, 378 

10, 683 

147, 101 

7,003 

105, 809 

5,207 

76, 247 

4,329 

60,064 

47, 239 

38, 114 

31, 060 

26, 114 

21,216 

70, 176 

37, 535 

23, 081 

26, 363 

14, 245 

8,640 

5,866 

4,159 

3,032 

2,376 

6,376 

2,829 

1,527 

954 

1,023 

618 

687 

289 

234 

123 

67 

32 

19 

38 



4, 044, 327 



1, 586, 278 
2, 458, 049 



Net income 



4 
665, 
834, 
915, 

1, 043, 

1, "" 
825, 
730; 

1, 426, 
130 

1, 187 

68: 

949, 

52, 
790, 

44 
646, 

41 
570, 
495 
437, 
387, 
352, 
307, 
1, 208, 
836, 
630, 
908, 
635 
473, 
379, 
310, 
257, 
225, 
770, 
486, 
340, 
260, 
352, 
275, 
418, 
251 
281 
210, 
161 
111 

85, 
360, 



24, 800, 



4, 307, 
20, 493, 



Tax after tax credits 



Tax 



$17, 308 



553, 418 

'i',m',m 



1, 044, 716 
'i,'367,"9i8' 



1, 565, 267 
"i,"753,'936 

"i,"867,"i78" 



2, 026, 730 



2, 337, 488 
2,566,311 

2, 992, 768 

3, 251, 704 
3, 504, 520 
3, 603, 092 

20, 958, 558 
23, 016, 064 
24, 032, 975 
46, 965, 282 

42, 905, 940 
39, 296, 170 
35, 269, 856 
31,871,455 
2S, 115, 170 
26, 260, 873 
99, 559, 757 
68, 675, 150 
50, 492, 524 
40, 053, 540 
54, 284, 830 
43, 050, 832 
66, 897, 642 
39, 321, 268 

43, 663, 389 
34, 264, 015 
26, 436, 699 
18, 812, 187 
13, 932, 532 
53, 945, 184 



1,001,938,147 



1, 001, 938, 147 



Average 
tax per 
return 



$2.03 

"i.'ie' 



3.19 

'I'lo 



4.30 
"7."20' 



11.92 
"i7.'65' 



26.58 



38.92 

54.33 

78.52 

104. 69 

134. 20 

169. 83 

298. 66 

613. 19 

1, 041. 24 

1,781.48 

3, 012. 00 

4, 548. 17 

6, 012. 59 

7, 663. 25 
9, 272. 81 

11,052.56 

15, 614. 77 

24, 275. 42 

33, 066. 49 

41, 984. 84 

53, 064. 35 

69, 661. 54 

97, 376. 48 

136, 059. 75 

186, 595. 68 

278, 569. 23 

394, 577. 60 

587, 880. 84 

733, 291. 16 

1,419,610.11 



247. 74 



Average 
rate of 
tax on 
net in- 
come 

(per cent) 



0.36 
"."07' 



1.00 
1.17 
1.73 
2.75 
3.81 
5.17 
6.76 
8.30 
9.29 
10.25 
10.94 
11.64 
12.92 
14.11 
14.82 
15.40 
15.41 
15.60 
15.98 
15.66 
15.51 
16.24 
16.33 
16.87 
16.27 
14.96 



4.04 



Personal 
exemption 
and credit 

for de- 
pendents 



$330, 886 
645: 
782, 
280, 
559 
228: 
758, 
001 
171 
134 
599; 
027, 
092, 
470, 
406, 
663, 
025, 
241 
139, 
476, 
074, 
500, 
839, 
287; 
226, 
001 
357, 
111 
417, 
890, 
795, 
203, 
031 
692, 
729, 
774; 
719 
232, 
645, 
720, 
635, 
,867, 
705, 
539; 
301 
172, 
82, 
45, 
74, 



1, 188, 

706, 

1, 389, 

663, 

1, 822, 

532, 

742, 

1, 035, 

100, 

765, 

37, 

517, 

22, 

371, 

16, 

266, 

13, 

208, 

160, 

128, 

103, 

87, 

70, 

228, 

119, 

72, 

80, 

42, 

25, 

17, 

12, 

8, 

6, 

17, 

7, 

4, 

2, 

2, 

1, 

1, 



11,933,264 



5, 663, 421 
6, 269, 843, 



194 
901 
918 
987 
916 
579 
724 
139 
244 
650 
072 
655 
349 
21a 
521 
375 
075 
211 
824 
508 
334 
532 
511 
336 
677 
085 
266 
007 
158 
612 
780 
278 
032 
039 
326 
114 
341 
776 
569 
724 
283 
999 
322 
lOO 
595 
233 

loa 

000 
683 



85r 



837 
02ft 



' Nontaxable returns. Specific exemptions from normal tax exceed net income. 



62 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 2. — Individual returns for 1929 by net income classes, showing the number 
of returns, net income and tax, average tax per return and average rate of tax, 
personal exemption and credit for dependents, tax before tax credits and tax credits — 
Continued 





Tax before tax credits 


Tax credits 


Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Normal 
tax 


Surtax 


12H per 

cent on 
capital net 
gain from 

sale of 
assets held 
more than 

2 years 


Total 


25 per 
cent of tax 
on earned 
net income 


121^ per 
cent on net 
loss from 

sale of 

assets held 

more than 

2 years 


Under 1* (estimated) 














TJnder 1 (estimated) 


$23, 068 






$23, 068 


$5, 760 




1 under 2 i (estimated) 








1 under 2 (estimated) 


737, 886 






737,886 


184, 46& 




'2 under 3 i (estimated. 








2 under 3 (estimated) 


1, 871, 866 






1, 871, 866 


467, 965 




3 under 4 1 (estimated) 








3 under 4 (estimated) 


1, 392, 912 






1, 392, 912 


348, 196 




4 under 5 i (estimated) 








4 under 5 (estimated) 


1, 823, 883 






1,823,883 


455,965 




5 under 6 ' 










2, 012, 869 






2, 012, 869 


447, 602 




6 under 7 ■ . ... 










2, 171, 611 






2, 171, 611 


417, 675 




7 under 8 ' . . 








7 under 8 ... . 


2, 248, 061 






2, 248, 061 


380, 883 




^8 under 9 • 








8 under 9 


2, 391, 284 






2, 391, 284 


364,554 




9 under 10 ' 








9 under 10 


2, 759, 453 
2, 757, 993 

2, 865, 621 
2, 935, 158 
3, 060, 162 
3, 029, 974 

14, 732, 674 
12, 454, 436 
10,411,372 
16, 219, 519 
11,276,261 
7, 877, 388 
5, 822, 614 

4, 369, 414 

3, 236, 681 

2, 818, 008 
9, 281, 061 

5, 388, 170 
3, 878, 421 
3, 048, 291 

3, 517, 239 
2, 496, 736 
3,819,771 
1, 712, 185 
1, 703, 048 
1, 646, 890 
1,517,471 
1, 167, 472 

630, 839 
1, 224, 434 






2, 759, 453 
2, 984, 868 
3, 433, 763 

3, 706, 247 
3,971,314 
4, 087, 077 

23,431,599 
25, 287, 470 
25, 975, 887 
49, 880, 307 
44, 816, 027 
40, 617, 819 
36, 333, 251 
32, 716, 143 
28, 869, 425 
26, 821, 279 
101, 508, 247 
69,681,412 
51, 070, 200 
40, 449, 449 
54, 660, 460 
43, 349, 835 
67, 275, 829 
39, 487, 582 
43, 740, 130 
34, 330, 279 
26, 750, 897 
18, 820, 871 
13, 936, 996 
53, 951, 529 


421, 965 

418, 557 

440, 995 

454, 543 

466, 794 

483, 985 

2, 473, 041 

2,271,406 

1,942,912 

2, 742, 598 

1, 670, 505 

1, 016, 249 

705, 236 

511,430 

387, 017 

321, 289 

884, 626 

435, 455 

255, 870 

165,956 

167, 884 

100, 194 

118,572 

43, 135 

31, 258 

23, 377 

15, 106. 

8, 684 

4,464 

6,321 




10 under 11 .. 


$226, 875 

568, 142 

771,089 

911,152 

1, 057, 103 

8, 699, 025 

12, 833, 034 

15, 564, 515 

33, 060, 173 

30, 893, 416 

27, 908, 415 

24, 505, 927 

21,496,813 

18,409,312 

17, 090, 456 
65, 055, 630 
42, 693, 981 
30, 469, 627 
24, 542, 588 
30,859,311 
24, 721, 645 
37, 902, 168 
20, 489, 420 
20, 798, 000 

18, 386, 476 
14, 221, 263 
10, 342, 691 

7, 158, 290 
20, 756, 140 






11 under 12 






12 under 13 






13 under 14 












15 under 20 






20 under 25 






25 under 30 






30 under 40 


$600, 615 
2, 646, 350 
4, 832, 016 
6, 004, 710 

6, 849, 916 

7, 223, 432 
6,912,815 

27, 171, 556 
21, 599, 261 

16, 722, 152 
12, 858, 570 

20, 283, 910 
16, 131, 454 
25, 553, 890 

17, 285, 977 

21, 239, 082 
14, 296, 913 
11,012,163 

7, 310, 708 

6, 147, 867 

31, 970, 955 


$172, 427 


40 under 50 


239, 582 


50 under 60 


305, 400 


60 under 70 


358, 159 


70 under 80 


333, 258 


80 under 90— 


367, 238 


90 under 100 


239, 117 


100 under 150 


1, 063, 864 


150 under 200 . . 


570, 807 


200 under 250 . . 


321, 806 


250 under 300 . 


229, 953 


300 under 400 


207, 746 


400 under 500 


198, 809 


500 under 750 


259, 615 


750 under 1,000.. 


123, 179 


1,000 under 1,500 


45, 483 


1,500 under 2,000 


42, 887 


2,000 under 3,000 


299, 092 


3,000 under 4,000 




4,000 under 5,000 




5,000 and over 


24 






Total 


162, 332, 096 


582, 392, 677 


284, 654, 312 


1, 029, 379, 085 


22, 062, 492 


5, 378, 446 




















Taxable returns 


162, 332, 096 


582, 392, 677 


284, 654, 312 


1, 029, 379, 085 


22, 062, 492 


5, 378, 446 







1 Nontaxable returns. Specific exemptions from normal tax exceed net income. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



63 



Table 3. — Individual returns for 1929 by net income classes, shoiving simple and 
cumulative distribution of the number of returns, net income and tax, and relative 
percentages 

[For text defining certain items and describing methods of tabulating and estimating data, see pp. 1-4" 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Under 1 (estimated). 

1 under 2 (estimated) 

2 under 3 (estimated) 

3 under 4 (estimated) 

4 under 5 (estimated) 

5 under 6 

6 under 7 

7 under 8 

8 under 9 

9 under 10 

10 under 11.. 

11 under 12 

12 under 13 

13 under 14 

14 under 15 

15 under 20 

20 under 25 

25 under 30 

sounder 40 

40 under 50 

50 under 60 

60 under 70 

70 under 80 

80 under 90 

90 under 100 

100 under 150 

150 under 200... 

200 under 250 

250 under 300 

300 under 400 

400 under 500 

500 under 750 

750 under 1,000 

1,000 under 1,500 

1,500 under 2,000 

2,000 under 3,000 

3,000 under 4,000 

4,000 under 5,000 

5,000 and over 

Total 



Returns 



Simple distribution 



Number 



126, 172 

903, 082 

810, 347 

686, 833 

485, 822 

241, 596 

157, 784 

112,812 

81, 454 

64, 393 

47, 239 

38, 114 

31,060 

26, 114 

21,216 

70, 176 

37, 535 

23, 081 

26, 363 

14, 245 

8,501 

5,866 

4,159 

3,171 

2,376 

6,376 

2,829 

1,527 

954 

1,023 

618 

687 

289 

234 

123 

67 

32 

19 

38 

4, 044, 327 



Per cent 
of total 



3.12 
22.33 
20.04 
16.98 
12.01 

5.97 

3.90 

2.79 

2.01 

1.59 

1.17 
.94 
.77 
.65 
.52 

1.74 
.93 
.571 
.652 
.353 
.210 
.145 
.103 
.079 
.059 
.158 
.070 
.038 
.024 
.026 
.015 
.017 
.0072 
.0058 
.0031 
.0017 
.0008 
.0005 
.0009 



100. 00 



Cumulative distri- 
bution over class 
below 



Number 



4, 044, 327 

3, 918, 155 

3, 015, 073 

2, 204, 726 

1,517,893 

1, 032, 071 

790, 475 

632, 691 

519, 879 

438, 425 

374, 032 

326, 793 

288, 679 

257,619 

231, 505 

210, 289 

140, 113 

102, 578 

79, 497 

53, 134 

35, ..89 

30, 388 

24, 522 

20, 363 

17, 192 

14,816 

8,440 

5,611 

4,084 

3,130 

2,107 

1,489 

802 

513 

279 

156 

89 

57 

38 



Per cent 
of total 



100. 00 
96.88 
74.55 
54.51 
37.53 
25.52 
19.55 
15.65 
12.86 
10.85 
9.26 
8.09 
7.15 
6.38 
5.73 
5.21 
3.47 
2.54 
1.969 
1.317 
.964 
.754 
.609 
.506 
.427 
.368 
.210 
.140 
.102 
.078 
.052 
.037 
.020 
.0128 
.0070 
.0039 
.0022 
.0014 
.0009 



Cumulative distri- 
bution under class 
above 



Number 



126, 172 

1, 029, 254 
1, 839, 601 

2, 526, 434 
3, 012, 256 

3, 253, 852 
3,411,636 

3, 524, 448 
3, 605, 902 
3, 670, 295 
3, 717, 534 
3, 755, 648 
3, 78G, 708 
3, 812. 822 
3, 834, 038 
3, 904, 214 
3,941,749 
3, 964, 830 
3,991,193 

4, 005, 438 
4,013,939 
4, 019, 805 
4, 023, 964 
4, 027, 135 
4,029,511 
4, 035, 887 
4, 038, 716 
4. 040, 243 
4,041,197 
4, 042, 220 

4. 042, 838 

4. 043, 525 
4, 043, 814 
4, 044, 048 
4, 044, 171 

4. 044, 238 
4, 044, 270 
4, 044, 289 
4, 044, 327 



Per cent 
of total 



3.12 
25.45 
45.49 
62.47 
74.48 
80.45 
84.35 
87.14 
89.15 
90.74 
91.91 
92.85 
93.62 
94.27 
94. 79> 
96. 53 
97.46 

98. 031 
98. 683. 

99. 036 
99. 246 
99. 391 
99. 494 
99. 573 
99. 632 
99.790 
99. 860:- 
99. 898 
99. 922. 
99. 948 
99. 963 
99. 980 
99. 9872- 
99. 993 
99. 9961 
99. 9978 
99. 9986 
99. 9991 

100. 00 



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Table 3. — Individual returns for 1929 hy net income classes, showing simple and 
cumulative distribution of the number of returns, net income and tax, and relative 
percentages — Continued 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Under 1 (estimated) . . 

1 under 2 (estimated). 

2 under 3 (estimated). 

3 under 4 (estimated). 

4 under 5 (estimated) - 

5 under 6 

6 under 7 

7 under 8 

8 under 9 

Sunder 10 

10 under 11 

11 under 12- 

12 under 13 

13 under 14 

14 under 15. 

15 under 20 

20 under 25 

25 under 30 

30 under 40 

40 under 50. 

60 under 60 

60 under 70 , 

70 under 80 

80 under 90 

90 under 100. 

100 under 150 

150 under 200. 

200 under 250.. 

250 under 300. 

300 under 400.. 

400 under 500 

500 under 750... 

750 under 1,000 

1,000 under 1,500 

1,500 under 2,000 

2,000 under 3,000 

3,000 under 4,000 

4,000 under 5,000 

5,000 and over 



Total 24,800,735,564 



Net income 



Simple distribution 



Amount 



$73, 742, 132 
499, 907, 745 
958, 594, 897 
415, 384, 372 
157,211,891 
318, 591, 685 
018,240,411 
843, 284, 515 
690, 170, 879 
611, 288, 296 
495, 096, 294 
437, s92, 172 
387, 588, 000 
352, 134, 540 
307, 441, 145 
208, 669, 860 
836, 411, 364 
630, 827, 827 
908, 544, 285 
635, 086, 014 
465, 731, 014 
379, 687, 785 
310,912,627 
264,617,454 
225, 527, 120 
770, 536, 078 
486, 561, 209 
340, 777, 799 
260, 070, 729 
352, 233, 963 
275, 994, 926 
418, 758, 821 
251,118,931 
281, 434, 307 
210, 984, 464 
161,871,067 
111,518,649 
85, 646, 303 
360, 643, 994 



Per cent 
of total 



0.30 
6.05 
7.90 
9.74 
8.70 
5.32 
4.11 
3.40 
2.78 
2.46 
2.00 
1.77 
1.56 
1.42 
1.24 
4.87 
3.37 
2.54 
3.67 
2.56 
1.88 
1.53 
1.25 
1.07 
.91 
3.11 
1.96 
1.37 
1.05 
1.42 
1.11 
1.69 
1.01 
1.13 
.85 
.65 
.45 
.35 
1.45 



100. 00 



Cumulative distribution 
over class below 



Amount 



$24,800, 

24, 726, 

23, 227, 

21, 268, 

18, 853, 

16, 695, 

15, 377, 

14, 359, 

13, 515, 

12, 825, 

12, 214, 

11,719, 

11, 281, 

10, 893, 

10, 541, 

10, 234, 

9, 025, 

8, 189, 

7, 558, 

6, 649, 

6, 014, 

5, 548, 

5, 169, 

4, 858, 

4, 593, 

4, 368, 

3, 597, 

3,111, 

2, 770, 

2, 510, 

2, 157, 

1,881, 

1, 463, 

1.212, 

930, 

719, 

557, 

446, 

360, 



735, 564 
993, 432 
085, 687 
490, 790 
106, 418 
894, 527 
302, 842 
062, 431 
777, 916 
607, 037 
318, 741 
222, 447 
330, 275 
742, 275 
607, 735 
166, 590 
496, 730 
085, 366 
257, 539 
713, 254 
627, 240 
896, 226 
208, 441 
295, 814 
678, 360 
151, 240 
615, 162 
053, 953 
276, 154 
205, 425 
971,462 
976, 536 
217,715 
098, 784 
664, 477 
680, 013 
808, 946 
290, 297 
643, 994 



Per cent 
of total 



100. 00 

99.70 

93.65 

85.75 

76.01 

67.31 

61.99 

57.88 

54.48 

51.70 

49.24 

47.24 

45.47 

43.91 

42.49 

41.25 

36.38 

33.01 

30.47 

26.80 

24.24 

22.36 

20.83 

19.58 

18.51 

17.60 

14.49 

12.53 

11.16 

10.11 

8.69 

7.58 

6.89 

4.88 

3.75 

2.90 

2.25 

1.80 

1.45 



Cumulative distribution 
under class above 



Amount 



$73, 
1, 573, 
3, 532, 
5, 947, 
8, 104, 
9, 423, 
10, 441, 
11, 284, 
11,975, 
12, 586, 
13, 081, 

13, 519, 
13, 906, 

14, 259, 
14, 566, 
15, 775, 
16,611, 
17, 242, 
18, 151, 
18, 786, 
19, 251, 
19, 631, 
19, 942, 
20, 207, 
20, 432, 
21, 203, 
21,689, 
22, 030, 
22, 290, 
22, 642, 
22, 918, 

23, 337, 
23, 588, 
23, 870, 
24, 081, 
24, 242, 

24, 354, 
24, 440, 
24, 800, 



742. 132 
649, 877 
244, 774 
629, 146 
841, 037 
432, 722 

673. 133 
957, 648 
128, 527 
416, 823 
513, 117 
405, 289 
993, 289 
127, 829 
568, 974 
238, 834 
650, 198 
478, 025 
022, 310 
108, 324 
839, 338 
527, 123 
439, 750 
057, 204 
584, 324 
120, 402 
681,611 
459, 410 
530, 139 
764, 102 
759, 028 
517, 849 
636, 780 
071, 087 
055, 551 
926, 618 
445, 267 
091, 570 
735, 564 



Per cent 
of total 



0.30 
6.35 
14.25 
23.99 
32.69 
38.01 
42.12 
45.52 
48.30 
50.76 
52.76 
54.53 
56.09 
57.51 
58.75 
63.62 
66.99 
69.53 
73.20 
75.76 
77.64 
79.17 
80.42 
81.49 
82.40 
85.51 
87.47 
88.84 
89.89 
91.31 
92.42 
94.11 
95.12 
96.26 
97.10 
97.75 
98.20 
98.55 
100.00 



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65 



Table 3. — Individual returns for 1929 by net income classes, showing simple and 
cumulative distribution of the number of returns, net income and tax, and relative 
percentages — Continued 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Under 1 (estimated).. 

1 under 2 (estimated) 

2 under 3 (estimated) 

3 under 4 (estimated) 

4 under 5 (estimated) 

5 under 6 

6 under 7.. 

7 under 8 

8 under 9 

9 under 10 

10 under 11. 

11 under 12 

12 under 13 

13 under 14 

14 under 15 

15 under 20 

20 under 25 

25 under 30. 

30 under 40 

40 under 50 

50 under 60 

60 under 70 

70 under 80 

sounder 90 

90 under 100 

100 under 150 

IJO under 200 

200 under 250 

250 under 300 

300 under 400 

400 under 500 

500 under 750 

750 under 1,000 

1,000 under 1,500 

1,500 under 2,000 

2,000 under 3,000 

3.000 under 4,000 

4,000 under 5,000 

5,000 and over 

Total 



Tax 



Simple distribution 



Amount 



$17, 308 
553, 418 
403, 901 
044,716 
367, 918 
565, 267 
753, 936 
867, 178 
026, 730 
337, 488 
566, 311 
992, 768 
251, 704 
504, 520 
603, 092 
958, 558 
016, 064 
032, 975 
965, 282 
905, 940 
296, 170 
269, 856 
871, 455 
115, 170 
260, 873 
559, 757 
675, 150 
492, 524 
053, 540 
284, 830 
050, 832 
897, 642 
321, 268 
663, 389 
264, 015 
436, 699 
812, 187 
932, 532 
945, 184 



1, 001, 938, 147 



Per cent 
of total 



0.01 

.06 

.14 

.10 

.14 

.16 

.18 

.19 

.20 

.23 

.26 

.30 

.32 

.35 

.36 

2.09 

2.30 

2.40 

4.69 

4.28 

3.92 

3.52 

3.18 

2.81 

2.62 

9.94 

6.85 

5.04 

4.00 

5.42 

4.30 

6.67 

3.92 

4.35 

3.42 

2.64 

1.87 

1.39 

5.38 



100. 00 



Cumulative distribution 
over class below 



Amount 



$1, 001, 
1,001, 
1, 001, 
999, 
998, 
997, 
995, 
994, 
992, 
990, 
988, 
985, 
982, 
979, 
975, 
972, 
951, 
928, 
904, 
857, 
814, 
774, 
739, 
707, 
679, 
653, 
653, 
485, 
434, 
394, 
340, 
297, 
230, 
191, 
147, 
113, 
86, 
67, 
53, 



938, 147 
920, 839 

367. 421 
963, 520 
918, 804 
550, 886 
985, 619 
231,683 
364, 505 
337, 775 
000, 287 
433, 976 
441, 208 
189, 504 
684, 984 
081, 892 
123, 334 
107, 270 
074, 295 
109, 013 
203, 073 
906, 903 
637, 047 
765, 592 

650. 422 
389, 549 
829, 792 
154, 642 
662, 118 
608, 578 
323, 748 
272, 916 
375, 274 
054,006 
390,617 
126, 602 
689, 903 
877, 716 
945, 184 



Per cent 
of total 



100. 00 
99.99 
99.93 
99.79 
99.69 
99.55 
99.39 
99.21 
99.02 
98.82 
98.59 
98.33 
98.03 
97.71 
97.36 
97.00 
94.91 
92.61 
90.21 
85.52 
81.24 
77.32 
73.80 
70.62 
67.81 
65.19 
55.25 
48.40 
43.36 
39.36 
33.94 
29.64 
22.97 
19.05 
14.70 
11.28 
8.64 
6.77 
5.38 



Cumulative distribution 
under class above 



1, 

3, 

4, 

5, 

7, 

9, 

11, 

13, 

16, 

19, 

22, 

26, 

29, 

50, 

73, 

97, 

144, 

187, 

227, 

262, 

294, 

322, 

348, 

448, 

516, 

567, 

607, 

661, 

704, 

771, 

810, 

854, 

888, 

915, 

934, 

947, 

1, 001, 



$17, 308 
570, 726 
974, 627 
019, 343 
387, 261 
952, 528 
706, 464 

573. 642 
600, 372 
937, 860 
504, 171 
496, 939 

748. 643 
253, 163 
856, 255 
814,813 
830, 877 
863, 852 
829, 134 
735, 074 
031,244 
301, 100 
172, 555 
287, 725 
548, 598 
108, 355 
783, 505 
276, 029 
329, 569 
614, 399 
665, 231 
562, 873 
884, 141 
547, 530 
811,545 
248, 244 
060, 431 
992, 963 
938, 147 



Per cent 
of total 



0.01 

.07 

.21 

.31 

.45 

.61 

.79 

.98 

1.18 

1.41 

1.67 

1.97 

2.29 

2.64 

3.00 

5.09 

7.39 

9.79 

14.48 

18.76 

22.68 

26.20 

29.38 

32.19 

34.81 

44.75 

51.60 

56.64 

60.64 

66.06 

70.36 

77.03 

80.95 

85.30 

88.72 

91.36 

93.23 

94.62 

100.00 



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Table 4. — Individual returns for 1929, by States and Territories, showing number 
of returns and net income distributed by sex and family relationship 

[For text defining certain items and describing methods of tabulating and estimating data, see pp. 1-41 



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, wither without 
dependent children, and 
the returns of husbands 
whose wives though living 
with them file separate 
returns 



Number 
of returns 



13, 967 



Net income 



$83, 310, S56 



Single men— Heads of 
families 



Number 
of returns 



2,040 



Net income 



5,511 

9,656 

138, 940 

17, 656 
36, 027 

4,623 

18, 807 
17,426 

17, 852 
4,638 
5,085 

175,432 
38, 002 
25, 505 
23, 126 
16, 568 
15, 539 
10, 177 
31, 546 

101, 090 

86, 209 

31, 321 

9,668 

51, 842 
7,025 

18, 073 
1,703 
7,119 

98, 463 

3,363 

362, 331 

16,582 

5,669 

104, 984 

23,017 

14,417 

171,496 

12,312 

7,378 

6,671 

18, 918 
53, 873 

7,301 
4,416 

19, 891 
30, 904 
15, 022 

52, 952 
3,771 



27, 

49, 

792, 

105, 

326, 

101, 

131, 

109, 

110, 

27, 

20, 

1,415, 

246, 

150, 

132, 

120, 

65, 

72, 

242, 

771, 

675, 

221, 

46, 

365, 

43, 



44, 
766, 

15, 
3, 715, 

88, 

22, 
794, 
162, 

86, 

1, 353, 

103, 

34, 

30, 
122, 
224, 

41, 

29, 
116, 
134, 

89, 
294, 

19, 



199, 102 
289, 632 
825, 455 
447, 250 
252, 407 
555, 444 
437, 544 
590, 506 
951, 827 
577, 679 
720, 864 
087, 712 
432, 243 
898, 639 
904, 522 
090, 292 
500, 936 
548, 989 
444, 236 
010, 752 
903, 101 
510, 723 
539, 539 
212, 553 
815, 490 
196, 983 
499, 586 
302, 333 
258, 289 
460, 773 
058, 043 
521, 652 
719, 096 
001,971 
550, 861 
862, 833 
632, 167 
505, 590 
055, 401 
294, 785 
431, 989 
937, 457 
152, 574 
770, 095 
833, 746 
082, 928 
261, 640 
637, 780 
382, 730 



1,028 

19, 827 

2,253 

5,651 

781 

2,624 

1,877 

2,258 

558 

801 

25, 220 

5,770 

3,329 

2,329 

3,216 

3,098 

1,426 

4,899 

14, 806 
9,786 
3,849 
1,008 
9,015 
1,752 
2,140 

229 
927 

15, 594 
348 

58, 330 

1,986 

451 

19,013 

1,890 

2,148 

27, 438 

2,253 

806 

415 

2,801 

5,472 

778 

1,008 

2,839 

3,952 

1,892 

6,815 

702 



Total - 



1, 973, 864 



14, 853, 469, 295 



290, 116 



1 Alaska included in the State of Washington. 



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67 



Table 4. — Individiial returns for 1929, by States and Territories, showing number 
of returns and net income distributed by sex and family relationship — 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 

M assachusetts 

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 



Single women — Heads 
of families 



Single men — Not heads 
of families 



Number 
of returns 



671 



Net income 



2, 495, 257 



Number 
of returns 



Net income 



$18, 031, 784 



Single women — Not 
heads of families 



Number 
of returns 



2,176 



Net income 



5, 802, 435 



208 

369 

9,323 

814 

2,545 

333 

1,908 

1,050 

1,011 

200 

168 

8,926 

1,184 

1,060 

697 

1,179 

1,141 

450 

1,498 

6,045 

3,299 

1,225 

409 

3,913 

353 

664 

68 

293 

5,493 

99 

25, 521 

601 

117 

5,292 

699 

771 

7,991 

850 

357 

116 

968 

2,065 

156 

305 

1, 151 

1,779 

714 

1,689 

129 



978, 
1,351 

45, 243, 
3,744 

14, 572, 
2, 538, 

7, 111 
4, 155, 
3, 

1, 209, 
626, 

40, 939, 
4, 406, 
3,811 

2, 703 
4, 687, 

4, 659 
2,171 

8, 827 
26, 635, 
16, 532, 

5, 200, 
1, 286, 

14, 045, 

1, 037 

2, 018, 
425, 

1, 

28, 006, 

389, 

140, 769, 

2, 539 
289; 

23, 435: 
2, 
2, 

45, 322 

4, 754: 

925, 

336 

3, 555, 
10, 698, 

702 
1, 40O 

4, 509, 

6, 269, 
2, 
6, 144 

423 



3, 
3, 

81 
6 

20 
2 

10 
5, 
6, 
1 
2, 
108, 

23 

10 



7, 

4, 

17 

50, 

58, 

16 

3, 

22 

6, 

6, 

2, 

3 

46, 

1 

183 

6, 

2, 

59 

7, 

8, 

109, 

6, 

2, 

2 

7: 

23 
3 

2, 



11 


184, 


8 


465, 


259 


131, 


21 


528, 


76 


635, 


13 


138, 


37 


560, 


21 


373, 


20 


479, 


5 


316, 


5 


431, 


393 


903. 


,60 


617, 


'32 


814, 


22 


898, 


29 


060, 


22 


717, 


16 


718, 


72 


232, 


225 


917, 


176 


638, 


51 


584, 


/ 


619, 


76 


979, 


17 


Oil, 


19, 


977, 


6 


180. 


11. 


398. 


166 


841, 


4 


941, 


980, 


480, 


16. 


195, 


4, 


963, 


193, 


286, 


25, 


774, 


21, 


619, 


378, 


877, 


29, 


721, 


7, 


251, 


5, 


974, 


22, 


846, 


79, 


374. 


9, 


677. 


6, 


923. 


27, 


094. 


47, 


943, 


25, 


266, 


74, 


117. 


7, 


293, 



711 

1,276 

32, 424 

2,925 

13, 960 

1,313 

12, 992 

2,882 

3,644 

1,059 

449 

41, 450 

6,631 

3,691 

2,970 

3,978 

3,061 

2,254 

10, 809 

32, 563 

16, 217 

6,581 

1,167 

9,210 

1,010 

2,560 

186 

1,876 

23, 666 

467 

102, 470 

2,754 

593 

21, 964 

2,799 

2,208 

39, 034 

3,627 

1,462 

663 

3,260 

8,144 

703 

1,233 

4, 035 

3,689 

1,990 

10, 703 

333 



2 

3 

145, 

11, 

74 

11 

41 

11 

11 

5 

1 

177 

21 

14 

10 

16 

11 

12 

50 

175 

63 

25 

3 

37 

2 

7 

1 

9 

106 

1 

630, 

8 

1 

100 

8 

7 

190 

24 

3 

1, 

10 

31 

2 

6, 

12 

12 

7, 

32 



347, 153 
696, 721 
168, 519 
896, 278 
529. 343 
425, 200 
924, 235 
475, 180 
153, 637 
019, 481 
194, 895 
227, 563 
109, 262 
226. 346 
213, 937 
634, 093 
180, 706 
032, 160 
722, 477 
363. 503 
818. 725 
830, 022 
155, 249 
930, 432 
91.3, 090 
788, 883 
167, 495 
733, 034 
487, 248 
537, 892 
415, 143 
336, 046 
322, 544 
632. 694 
123,913 
076, 016 
394, 562 
906, 276 
211,583 
569, 528 
361,881 
664, 277 
817, 891 
108, 890 
537. 042 
939, 475 
637, 149 
070, 400 
906, 460 



Total- 



107, 867 



517,514,768 1,055,604 



3, 879, 010, 616 



457, 822 2, 168, 736, 964 



' Alaska included in the State of Washington. 



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STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 4. — Individual returns for 1929, by States and Territories, showing number 
of returns and net income distributed by sex and family relationship — Continued 



States and Territories 


Wives filing separate 
returns from husbands 


Community property 
income ' 


Grand total 


Number 
of returns 


Net income 


Number 
of returns 


Net income 


Number 
of returns 


Net income 


Alabama 


619 


$4, 750, 441 






25,818 


$122, 669, 172 


Alaska ' 






Arizona 


286 

394 

11, 541 

728 

3,200 
392 

1,358 
836 
781 
202 
318 
10, 265 

1,069 
947 
642 
801 

1,386 
641 

2,183 

7,840 

3,971 

1,391 
327 

2,318 
213 
546 
100 
424 

5,625 

257 

25, 195 

683 

108 

6,003 
838 
632 

8,435 
922 
269 
100 
757 

6,033 
282 
263 
783 

2,187 
656 

1,593 
125 


1, 265, 429 
2,261,811 

88, 471, 854 
7, 379, 892 
44,412,846 
10, 297, 883 
13, 456, 741 
10, 322, 962 

7, 721, 612 

2, 427, 862 
1, 144, 080 

119, 622, 568 
13, 807, 627 
7, 955, 314 
4, 331, 071 
8, 510, 725 
6, 030, 793 
6, 908, 362 
27, 986, 180 
107, 207, 651 
52, 494, 591 

17, 753, 255 
1, 704, 955 

30, 340, 510 

1, 651, 139 
3, 915, 604 

557, 124 

3, 730, 261 
75, 295, 435 

956, 455 

485, 141, 477 

7, 372, 088 

490, 993 

74, 323, 757 

8, 431, 092 

4, 046, 031 
123, 288, 158 

12, 525, 524 

2, 174, 156 

474, 869 

7, 610, 297 

21, 519, 930 

2, 431, 768 
2, 071, 694 
7, 285, 845 
8, 949, 495 
5,231,857 

18, 616, 981 
662, 263 


1,225 


$15, 395, 341 


12, 448 
15, 813 
309,047 
31,268 
82, 049 

9,780 
48, 087 
30, 040 
32,289 

8,210 

9,830 
369, 855 
76, 493 
45, 023 
37, 557 
34,623 
35, 093 
19, 173 
68, 654 
213,316 
177, 918 
60, 701 
15, 689 
98, 367 
17, 067 
30, 962 

5,174 

14, 341 

195, 772 

6,874 
..757,835 


60, 788, 434 


Arkansas 


68, 910, 936 
1, 689, 896, 424 


California- 


15, 887 


283, 564, 029 


Colorado 


158 751 528 


Connecticut . 






561,547 763 


Delaware 






148,850 300 


District of Columbia 






242, 282, 698 


Florida 






164,355 108 


Georgia 






163, 181, 491 


Hawaii.- 






43, 290, 997 


Idaho 


717 


6, 933, 196 


38, 525, 958 


Illinois 


2, 258, 945, 768 


Indiana 






366, 846, 042 


Iowa 






222, 103, 300 


Kansas 






181,661,364 


Kentucky 






191, 640, 708 


Louisiana 


3,830 


49, 811, 063 


170, 713, 998 


Maine 


115,875,339 


Maryland 






425, 185, 985 


Massachusetts 






1,371,651,741 


Michigan. 






1, 029, 756, 680 


Minnesota 






337, 880, 743 


Mississippi... 






63, 922, 168 


Missouri 






558, 127, 649 


Montana 






71, 397, 232 


Nebraska 






140, 322, 452 


Nevada... . 


357 


3, 799, 442 


21, 597, 783 


New Hampshire 


74, 306, 913 


New Jersey ... 






1, 212, 423, 226 


New Mexico 


630 


6, 175, 192 


30, 875, 636 


New York... .. . 


6, 253, 465, 699 


North Carolina- 






28,860 
9,170 

215,804 
37, 000 
28, 194 

364, 145 
26,481 
13, 232 
10,449 
34, 664 

113,555 
13, 163 
9,586 
38, 631 
65, 240 
29,803 

103, 044 
8,140 


130, 352, 897 


North Dakota 






31, 197, 250 


Ohio 






1, 259, 571, 939 


Oklahoma 






216, 346, 916 


Oregon 






129, 360, 587 


Pennsylvania 






2, 217, 958, 557 


Rhode Island 






184, 531, 178 








50, 257, 416 


South Dakota 






40, 165, 070 








177, 388, 337 


Texas 


14, 771 


201, 873, 023 


592, 518, 704 




59, 451, 690 


Vermont .... 






49, 916, 326 








179, 293, 926 


Washington 


5,372 


80, 247, 961 


302, 258, 404 




136, 768, 017 


Wisconsin .. 






450, 934, 107 


Wyoming 






30, 813, 018 












116,265 


1,476,321,308 


42, 789 


647, 799, 247 


4, 044, 327 


24, 800, 735, 564 







1 Alaska included In the State of Washington. 



' See footnote 2 on p. 6. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



69 



Table 5. — Individual returns for 1929, by net income classes, showing the number 
of returns and net income distributed according to sex and family relationship 

[For text definiBg certain items and describing methods of tabulating and estimating data, see pp. 1-41 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Under 1 • (estimated) . . 

Under 1 (estimated) 

1 under 2 ' (estimated) . 

1 under 2 (estimated).. 

2 under 3 ' (estimated) . 

2 under 3 (estimated) . . 

3 under 4 ' (estimated) . 

3 under 4 (estimated) . . 

4 under 5 i (estimated) . 

4 under 5 (estimated) . . 

5 under 6 ' 

5 under 6 

Bunder 7 i 

6 under 7 

7under 8 ' 

7 under 8 

8under9i 

8 under 9 

Sunder 101 

9under 10 

10 under 11 

11 under 12 

12 under 13 

13 under 14 

14 under 15 

15 under 20 

20 under 25 

25 under 30 

30 under 40 

40 under 50 

50 under 60 

60 under 70 

70 under 80 

80 under 90 

90 under 100 

100 under 150 

150 under 200 

200 under 250 

250 under 300 

300 under 400 

400 under 500... 

500 under 750 

750 under 1,000 

1,000 under 1,500 

1,500 under 2,000 

2,000 under 3,000 

3,000 under 4,000 

4,000 under 5,000 

5,000 and over 

Classes grouped ^ 



Total. 



Nontaxable returns '. 
Taxable returns 



Joint returns of husbands 
and wives, with or with- 
out dependent children, 
and the returns of hus- 
bands whose wives, 
though living with them, 
file separate returns 



Number 
of returns 



55, 448 

805 

121,465 

3,147 

209, 723 

9, 453 

380, 107 

90, 024 

147, 522 

229, 214 

18, 609 

165, 338 

6,921 

110, 630 

4, 114 

78, 870 

2,967 

55, 760 

2,444 

43, 290 
32, 830 
26, 207 
20, 893 
17, 553 
14, 048 

44, 819 
23, 189 
13, 724 
15, 156 

7,977 

4,790 

3,194 

2,274 

1,674 

1,296 

3,523 

1,562 

880 

577 

574 

370 

419 

180 

123 

73 

45 

22 

13 

28 



1, 973, 864 



949, 320 
1, 024, 544 



Net income 



$33, 


213, 




467, 


190, 


578, 


5, 


493, 


529, 


013, 


23, 


977, 


1,334, 


368 


336, 


769, 


641 


747 


1,030, 


209, 


100, 


102 


903, 


558 


44, 


641, 


714, 


029. 


30, 


756 


589, 


422, 


25, 


146 


472, 


478 


23, 


221 


411 


045 


344 


067 


301, 


165, 


260, 


718 


236, 


709, 


203 


539 


771, 


345, 


516, 


407, 


374, 


776, 


521, 


779, 


355 


588 


262, 


209 


206 


650 


169 


877 


141 


817, 


122 


992 


425 


586 


268 


867 


195 


772 


157, 


294 


197 


364 


165 


444 


254 


182 


155 


846 


148 


508 


124 


762 


107 


412 


75 


710, 


59, 


822 


287, 


006, 



14, 853, 469, 295 



2, 952, 790, 931 
11,900,678,364 



Single men— Heads of 
families 



Number 
of returns 



4,746 

6 

64, 179 

48 

93, 469 

330 

49, 271 

7,054 

9,467 

18, Oil 

977 

10, 405 

443 

6,479 

273 

4,544 

196 

3,249 

123 

2, 551 

1,938 

1,569 

1,230 

1, 055 

835 

2,780 

1,439 

799 

967 

486 

275 

179 

145 

77 



290, 116 



223, 144 
66, 972 



Net income 



$2, 984, 

3 

109, 568, 

83 

226, 064^ 

839, 

167, 734 

26, 456, 

41, 141 

80, 902, 

5, 258, 
56, 775, 

2, 859, 
41, 735, 

2, 038, 
33, 876, 

1, 660, 
27, 489, 

1, 168, 
24, 197, 

20, 302, 
18,015, 
15, 340, 
14, 224 
12, 101 
47, 818, 
32, 129, 

21, 902, 
33, 389, 

21, 612, 
15, 159, 
11, 608, 
10, 841 

6, 523, 
7,39' 

24, 848, 

15, 104, 

11, 129, 

6, 794, 

8, 740, 

6, 184, 

11,042, 

6, 189, 

3,881 

(2) 

(2) 

(2) 

(2) 

{') 

22, 700, 081 



631 
650 
306 
336 

304 
094 
747 
071 
976 
053 
244 
397 
709 
724 
162 
710 
004 
200 
485 
844 
057 
748 
519 
613 
225 
439 
767 
953 
254 
671 
691 
877 
176 
551 
887 
968- 
687 
109 
233 
983 
946 
726 
581 
977 



1, 257, 883, 366 



560, 478, 568 
697, 404, 798 



> Nontaxable returns. Specific exemptions from normal tax exceed net income. 
2 Classes grouped to conceal net income and identity of taxpayer. 



70 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 5. — Individual returns for 1929, by net income classes, showing the number 
of returns and net income distributed according to sex and family relationship — 
Continued 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Under 1 ' (estimated).. 

Under 1 (estimated) 

1 under 2 ' (estimated). 

1 under 2 (estimated) . . 

2 under 3 i (estimated) . 

2 under 3 (estimated) . . 

3 under 4 i (estimated). 

3 under 4 (estimated) . . 

4 under 5 i (estimated) . 

4 under 5 (estimated) -. 

5 under 6 i 

5 under 6 

6 under 7 i 

6 under 7 

7 under 8 '... 

7 under 8 

8 under 9 1 

8 under 9 

9 under 10 i 

9 under 10 

10 under 11 

11 under 12 

12 under 13 .... 

13 under 14 

14 under 15 

15 under 20 

20 under 25, 

25 under 30 

sounder 40 

40 under 50 

50 under 60 

60 under 70 

70 under 80 

80 under 90 

90 under 100 

100 under 150 

150 under 200 

200 under 250 

250 under 300 

300 under 400 

400 under 500 

500 under 750 

750 under 1,000 

1,000 under 1,500 

1,500 under 2,000 

2,000 under 3,000 

3,000 under 4,000 

4,000 under 5,000 

6,000 and over 

Classes grouped 2 



Total. 



Nontaxable returns '. 
Taxable returns 



Single women— Heads 
of families 



Number 
of returns 



2,368 

2 

33, 492 

20 

33, 300 

82 

12, 102 

1,142 

2.897 

3,857 

874 

2,660 

569 

1,817 

392 

1,530 

284 

1,164 

226 

967 

892 

748 

694 

553 

468 

1,564 

840 

559 

631 

362 

213 

149 

94 

59 

38 

122 

63 

22 

14 

17 

6 

8 

3 

2 

1 



107, 867 



86, 504 
21, 363 



Net income 



$1, 342, 

2, 

57, 326 

35, 

79, 493 

202, 

41, 334 

4, 295: 

12, 724, 

17, 272, 

4, 757, 

14, 578, 
3, 673 

11, 717, 
2, 927 
11,473 

2, 405, 
9, 867, 
2,151 
9, 167 
9, 359: 
8, 600, 

8, 645 
7, 447 
6, 784! 

26, 992 

18, 755 

15, 295 
21, 776 

16, 080, 
11, 652, 

9, 608 
7,031 

5, 002, 

3, 612, 
14, 727 
10, 670, 

4, 955 
3, 860, 

5, 800, 
2, 776 
4, 864, 
2, 566, 

(2) 
(2) 



3, 894, 693 



517, 514, 768 



208, 139, 098 
309, 375, 670 



Single men — Not heads 
of families 



Number 
of returns 



33, 288 

434 

119, 129 

338, 659 

17, 139 

320, 447 

4.744 

91, 253 

2, 530 

39, 791 

1,007 

17, 953 

760 

11, 734 

606 

8,095 

463 

5,924 

399 

4,878 

4,027 

3,203 

2,739 

2,236 

1,890 

6, 755 

3,693 

2,396 

2.881 

1.638 

1,001 

718 

520 

372 

324 

828 

383 

208 

111 

147 

82 

87 

45 

37 

22 

14 

4 

5 

5 



1, 055, 604 



180, 065 
875. 539 



Net income 





236, 


178 


152, 


,592 


808, 


40 


010, 


759 


214, 


16 


128, 


311 


773, 


11 


279, 


176 


520, 


5 


490, 


97 


909. 


4 


901, 


75 


689, 


4 


,541, 


60 


504, 


3 


921, 


50 


204, 


3 


764, 


46 


232, 


42 


175, 


36 


756, 


34 


183, 


30 


131, 


27, 


407, 


116 


399, 


82, 


273. 


65, 


503. 


99, 


427. 


73 


096. 


54 


978. 


46, 


595. 


38, 


898. 


31, 


515, 


30 


789, 


100, 


893, 


65, 


903, 


46. 


360, 


30. 


146, 


50, 


402, 


36, 


391, 


53, 


050, 


39, 


117. 


44, 


763. 


36, 


988. 


34, 


524, 


14, 


671. 


21, 


795. 


35, 


294. 



3, 879. 010, 616 



287, 479, 102 
3, 591, 531, 514 



Single women— Not 
heads of families 



Number 
of returns 



16, 833 

302 

78, 097 

127, 405 

12, 533 

99, 459 

5,798 

33, 219 

3,363 

17, 449 

1,655 

9,008 

1,188 

6,600 

908 

4,885 

687 

3,920 

559 

3,148 

2,941 

2,539 

2,157 

1,810 

1,589 

5,605 

3,349 

2,245 

2,777 

1,503 

998 

687 

460 

359 

272 

705 

298 

154 

69 

99 

64 

63 

19 

25 

12 

4 

2 



457, 822 



121, 621 
336, 201 



Net income 



*a, 


131, 


118 


161, 


221, 


245, 


30. 


141, 


233 


85.5, 


20 


005, 


114. 


116, 


14 


958, 


77 


689, 


9 


053, 


49 


274, 


7 


674, 


42 


618, 


6, 


792, 


36 


574, 


5. 


809, 


33 


210, 


5 


304, 


29, 


902, 


30, 


856, 


29, 


160, 


26, 


920, 


24 


428, 


23 


030, 


96, 


830, 


74 


609, 


61, 


407, 


95, 


650, 


07, 


096. 


54 


776. 


44, 


423, 


34, 


439, 


30 


468, 


25, 


893, 


84 


868, 


51, 


1,5,5, 


34 


443, 


18 


845, 


34 


001, 


28 


665, 


38 


783, 


16 


855, 


29, 


930, 


21 


106, 


10, 


083, 



Q) 



610 
949 
838 
061 
928 
320 
946 
536 
021 
225 
884 
842 
741 
243 
910 
506 
313 
549 
962 
690 
915 
198 
306 
831 
923 
058 
111 
427 
320 
319 
907 
378 
905 
080 
501 
439 
042 
775 
701 
408 
960 
780 
006 
497 
451 
941 



(2) 
14, 059, 711 



2, 168, 736, 964 



227, 326, 153 
1, 941, 410, 811 



1 Nontaxable returns. Specific exemptions from normal tax exceed net income. 
5 Classes grouped to conceal net income and identity of taxpayer. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



71 



Table 5. — Individual returns for 1929, by net income classes, showing the number 
of returns and net income distributed according to sex and family relationship — 
Continued 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Under 1 ' (estimated) . . 

Under 1 (estimated) 

1 under 2 ' (estimated). 

1 under 2 (estimated) . . 

2 under 3 i (estimated) . 

2 under 3 (estimated) . . 

3 under 4 ' (estimated) . 

3 under 4 (estimated) - . 

4 under 5 i (estimated) . 

4 under 5 (estimated) . . 
Sunder 6 i 

5 under fi 

6under 7 ' 

6 under 7 

Tunder 8 i 

Tunder 8 

Sunder 9' 

8 under 9 

9 under 10 i 

9 under 10 

10 under 11 

11 under 12 

12 under 13 

13 under 14 

14 under 15 

15 under 20 

20 under 25 

25un.>r 30 

sounder 40 

40 under 50 

50 under 60 

60 under 7t) 

70 under 80 

80 under 90 

90 under 100 

100 under 150 

150 under 200 

200 under 250 

250 under 300 

300 under 400 

400 under 500 

500 under 750 

750 under 1,000 

1,000 under 1,500 

1,500 under 2,000 

2,000 under 3,000 

3,000 under 4,000 

4,000 under 5,000 

5,000 and over 

Classes grouped 2 



Total- 



Nontaxable returns '. 
Taxable returns 



Wives filing separate re- 
turns from husbands 



Number 
of returns 



4,950 

6,990 

7,617 

9,824 

4,352 

10, 060 

2,869 

9,250 

2,040 

9,681 

880 

4, 685 

680 

3,951 

607 

3,284 

510 

2,684 

480 

2,402 

2,340 

1,977 

1,802 

1,607 

1,353 

5,070 

3,127 

2,171 

2,656 

1,651 

999 

691 

525 

387 

302 

791 

368 

164 

125 

134 

66 

79 

31 

35 

11 

3 

2 



116, 265 



24,985 
91, 280 



Net income 



$2, 638, 199 
4, 010, 224 
11, 519, 888 
14, 934, 472 
10, 692, 881 
25, 087, 944 
9, 951, 153 
32, 450, 817 
9, 134, 166 

43, 571, 424 
4, 790, 689 

25, 669, 015 

4, 370, 740 
25, 551, 331 

4, 527, 385 
24, 643, 178 

4, 319, 268 
22, 768, 741 

4, 560, 845 
22, 816, 286 
24, 515, 628 
22, 690, 661 
22, 500, 856 
21, 683, 461 
19, 590, 369 
87, 580, 833 
69, 905, 738 
59, 488, 302 
92, 140, 343 
73, 737, 014 
54, 780, 169 

44, 720, 646 
39, 319, 018 
32, 835, 577 

28, 561, 678 
95, 239, 270 
63, 442, 032 
36, 964, 896 
34, 038, 115 
46, 573, 134 

29, 569, 743 
48,674,911 
27, 291, 081 
41, 576, 302 
19, 277, 937 

7, 777, 493 
7, 330, 309 



16, 507, 146 



1, 476, 321, 308 



66, 505, 214 
1, 409, 816, 094 



Community property 
income ^ 



Number 
of returns 



216 

7,329 

122 

5,890 

103 

4,601 

100 

3,546 

98 

2,828 

2,271 

1,871 

1,545 

1,300 

1,033 

3,583 

1,898 

1,187 

1,295 

628 

274 

248 

141 

194 

66 

201 

67 

49 

33 

27 

16 

13 

4 



639 
42, 150 



Net income 



$1, 181, 853 
40, 190, 541 

789, 899 
37, 987, 403 

768, 020 
34, 437, 297 

851, 656 
30, 036, 993 

933, 627 

26, 820, 044 

23, 819, 899 
21, 503, 700 
19, 278. 852 
17, 508, 395 
14, 987, 321 
61, 702, 586 
42, 330, 525 
32, 453, 784 
44, 381, 917 

27, 873, 422 
14, 841, 929 
16, 079, 931 
10, 505, 591 
13, 786, 360 

6, 278, 899 

24, 372, 076 
11, 418, 268 
11, 150, 516 

9, 090, 934 
9, 351, 360 
6, 961, 575 
8, 160, 618 

(2) 
10, 444, 138 

(2) 



m 



(2) 

15, 519, 318 



647, 799, 247 



4, 525, 055 
643, 274, 192 



Grand total 



Number 
of returns 



117, 633 

8,539 

423, 979 

479, 103 

370, 516 

439, 831 

454, 891 

231, 942 

167, 819 

318, 003 

24, 218 

217, 378 

10, 683 

147, 101 

7,003 

105, 809 

5,207 

76, 247 

4,329 

60, 064 

47, 239 

38. 114 

31, 060 

26, 114 

21,216 

70, 176 

37, 535 

23, 081 

26, 363 

14, 245 

8,501 

5,866 

4,159 

3,171 

2,376 

6,376 

2,829 

1,527 

954 

1,023 

618 

687 

289 

234 

123 

67 

32 

19 

38 



4, 044, 327 



1. 586, 278 

2. 458, 049 



Net income 



$68, 889, 883 
4, 852, 249 
665, 307, 393 
834, 600, 352 
915,417,114 

1, 043, 177, 783 

1, 589, 523, 016 
825, 861, 356 
730, 986, 602 

1, 426, 22.5, 289 
130, 635, 080 

1, 187, 956, 605 

68,911,570 

949, 328, 841 

52. 352, 719 

790, 931, 796 

44,114,982 

646, 055, 897 

41, 105, 762 

570, 182, 534 

495, 096, 294 

437, 892, 172 

387, 588, 000 

352, 134, 540 

307, 441, 145 

1, 208, 669, 860 
836,411,364 
630, 827, 827 
908, 544, 285 
635, 086, 014 
465, 731, 014 
379, 687, 785 
310, 912, 627 
264, 617, 454 
225, 527, 120 
770, 536, 078 
486, 561, 209 
340, 777, 799 
260, 070, 729 
352, 233, 963 
275, 994, 926 
418, 758, 821 
251, 118, 931 
281, 434, 307 
210, 984, 464 
161, 871, 067 
111,518,649 
85, 646, 303 
360, 643, 994 



24, 800, 735, 564 



4, 307, 244, 121 
20, 493, 491, 443 



1 Nontaxable returns. Specific exemptions from normal tax exceed net incomOi 
' Classes grouped to conceal net income and identity of taxpayer. 
3 See footnote 2 on p. 6. 



72 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 6. — Individual returns for 1929, by States and Territories, showing dis- 
tribution of income by source of income, general deductions, net income, and net 
loss for prior year 

[For text defining certain items and describing methods of tabulating and estimating data, see pp. 1-4] 





Sources of income 










Profit from 














sale of real 














estate, stocks, 














bonds, etc., 


Capital net 




States and Terri- 
tories 


Wages and 
salaries 


Business 


Partnership ' 


other than 
taxed as 

capital net 

gain from 
sale of assets 

held more 
than 2 years 


gain from 
sale of assets 

held more 
than 2 years 


Rents and 
royalties 


Alabama 


$67, 010, 763 


$19, 155, 711 


$12, 040, 823 


$6,711,740 


$4, 908, 810 


$11,403,051 


Alaska'. . 
















28, 015, 480 


12, 922, 492 


4, 888, 633 


5, 889, 718 


2, 741, 868 


4, 187, 641 


Arkansas 


33, 114, 959 


17, 126, 206 


10, 041, 368 


3, 424, 766 


391,861 


8,476,465 




706, 644, 309 


285, 240, 921 


116, 493, 835 


171,022,465 


89, 831, 896 


166, 367, 038 




68, 499, 794 


34,136,489 


10, 173, 444 


15, 221, 025 


3, 466, 098 


9, 276, 488 


Connecticut 


209,828,532 


57, 261, 355 


21, 864, 050 


73, 379, 077 


60,461,187 


20,460,536 




26, 413, 604 


7, 287, 892 


2, 732, 967 


8, 978, 808 


71,070,624 


2, 279, 668 


Dist. of Columbia. 


139,577,642 


27,945,657 


9,470,440 


16, 105, 846 


13, 200, 366 


10, 527, 941 


Florida 


72, 345, 025 


26, 938, 469 


9, 649, 176 


18, 470, 045 


9, 454, 272 


12, 767, 231 




96, 845, 620 


23,251,951 


12, 738, 240 


10, 620, 343 


4, 408, 489 


11,881,563 




21, 719, 371 


6, 470, 539 


1, 269, 719 


2, 478, 718 


1, 394, 983 


2, 398, 880 




17,591,681 


13, 290, 129 


3,438,691 


1, 536, 450 


240, 586 


2, 010, 739 




1,137,811,514 


264, 825, 928 


142, 658, 014 


199, 629, 222 


199, 961, 356 


140, 273, 242 




204, 900, 010 


60, 865, 708 


22, 631, 644 


18, 824, 110 


23, 791, 288 


21,471,179 




84,814,251 


64, 290, 572 


20, 331, 756 


11,719,378 


7, 473, 646 


19, 889, 808 




63, 812, 781 


61,612,302 


19, 386, 257 


14, 162, 123 


3, 427, 137 


25, 086, 934 


Kentucky 


85, 395, 077 


27, 914, 984 


13, 113, 736 


21,916,610 


12, 057, 284 


11,543,912 




89, 744, 038 


28, 871, 896 


14, 929, 106 


12, 472, 971 


6, 287, 117 


15, 056, 807 




40, 859, 770 


21, 252, 287 


5, 378, 327 


11, 918, 063 


8, 233, 985 


4,303,611 


Maryland 


178, 074, 164 


43, 766, 559 


24, 949, 988 


39, 479, 377 


35, 123, 290 


15, 035, 850 


Massachusetts 


564, 596, 006 


151, 754, 463 


67, 363, 550 


141,968,835 


165, 932, 879 


37, 196, 363 


Michigan 


614, 295, 898 


134,662,425 


62, 170, 461 


104, 164, 217 


108,782,433 


65, 207, 808 


Minnesota 


161,359,849 


54, 451, 369 


23,695,495 


33,274,637 


17, 176, 160 


14, 938. 795 


Mississippi- 


31, 580, 940 


19,667,004 


9, 101, 968 


2,640,294 


61, 768 


6, 626, 592 


Missouri 


297, 634, 864 


69, 361, 713 


28, 646, 360 


36, 103, 038 


42, 820, 407 


30, 993, 142 


Montana 


36, 278, 875 


16, 509, 858 


5, 585, 522 


3, 723, 077 


1, 466, 603 


3, 310, 649 


Nebraska 


63, 576, 637 


41, 895, 868 


11, 977, 436 


8,610,228 


3, 464, 832 


13, 691, 863 


Nevada 


9, 883, 540 


4, 699, 935 


2, 103, 830 


1, 691, 104 


506, 481 


933,418 


New Hampshire. - 


26,836,402 


13, 308, 987 


3,816,472 


7, 609, 799 


3, 160, 928 


3, 148, 770 


New Jersey 


614,780,428 


142, 519, 068 


61, 976, 782 


102, 426, 109 


102, 519, 141 


41,618,455 


New Mexico 


11,648,184 


10, 282, 346 


3, 366, 063 


1,683,008 


516, 000 


2, 117, 517 


New York 


2, 616, 829, 525 


697,607,594 


689,630,399 


670, 470, 686 


888, 674, 259 


164,600,141 


North Carolina... 


78, 110, 317 


20, 875, 567 


11, 059, 224 


7, 718, 610 


3, 616, 300 


11,914,060 


North Dakota 


42,121,355 


61, 592, 744 


10, 103, 271 


3, 234, 520 


4,206 


9,313,965 


Ohio 


650, 029, 118 


152, 393, 190 


64, 512, 672 


101, 370, 877 


118, 125, 165 


66, 814, 160 


Oklahoma 


96,918,237 


43, 773, 836 


20, 395, 506 


22, 266, 177 


9, 723, 278 


30, 509, 300 


Oregon 


65, 750, 866 


29, 675, 022 


10, 096, 195 


6, 554, 463 


3, 262, 713 


8.371,909 


Pennsylvania 


963, 614, 067 


295, 163, 225 


126,119,529 


232, 886, 927 


213, 576, 904 


92,077,829 


Rhode Island 


71,161,408 


20, 631, 272 


8,616,003 


18, 286, 944 


16, 663, 291 


6,617,351 


South Carolina 


30, 158, 744 


8, 554, 805 


4, 157, 198 


3,161,646 


828, 065 


3, 233, 119 


South Dakota 


15, 663, 166 


16, 022, 312 


4, 264, 240 


1,828,410 


1,349,694 


3. 032. 313 


Tennessee 


95, 337, 632 


27, 434, 406 


16,882,621 


11, 219, 893 


8, 023, 410 


12, 542. 681 


Texas ... . 


252, 493, 725 


134, 636, 794 


68,410,621 


56, 283, 056 


28, 599, 133 


77, 568, 299 


Utah 


31, 482, 837 


11,425,124 


3,892,641 


3, 789, 809 


2, 250, 708 


2. 220. 101 


Vermont 


20, 322, 138 


8, 940, 697 


3, 213, 131 


4, 602, 198 


1, 169, 263 


1. 677, 736 


Virginia 


97, 697, 928 


29, 385, 640 


12, 065, 903 


12, 364, 227 


5, 370, 769 


11. 358. 583 


Washington 


144,881,394 


61, 438, 576 


17, 124, 671 


23,666,690 


19, 662, 1,58 


17. 193, 062 


West Virginia 


71,619,819 


23, 344, 299 


9,407,895 


12, 042, 977 


4, 362, 787 


9.831,184 


Wisconsin 


232, 810, 255 


66, 181, 769 


22, 851, 600 


37, 636, 162 


18, 069, 137 


21, 196, 855 


Wyoming 


15, 886, 329 


8, 553, 855 


2,398,695 


1, 359, 151 


59, 537 


1,621,829 






Total 


11,198,978,868 


3,378,983,610 


1,853,142,856 


2, 337. 856, 623 


2, 346, 703, 652 


1,286,072,413 



' Alaska included in the State of Washington. 

' Does not include capital not gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years, dividends on stock of 
domestic corporations, or taxable interest on obligations of the United States, which items are reported 
under their respective classifications. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



73 



Table 6. — Individual returns for 1929, by States and Territories, showing dis- 
tribution of income by source of income, general deductions, net income, and net 
loss for prior year — Continued. 



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 



Sources of income 



Interest on 
Government 
obligations 
not wholly 
exempt from 
tax 



$145, 325 



Dividends 
on stock of 
domestic cor- 
porations 



$15, 712, 181 



Fiduciary ' 



$1, 601, 717 



Interest and 
other income 



$11, 470, 600 



Total income 



$150, 160, 721 



67 

95, 

1, 823 

379 

768, 

59: 
483 
366: 
223 

65, 

22 

2, 

1, 250, 

282, 

257: 

539: 

282: 

226: 

552, 

2,161 

725, 

732: 

52: 
1, 681 

81 
199, 

17, 

lis; 

1, 124, 

16, 

9, 277: 

202; 

16, 

4, 462, 

563, 

144, 

3, 703; 

294. 

68; 

32, 

213 

1, 360; 

50, 

92, 

312, 

348, 

589, 

618, 

44 



6 


068, 


6 


670, 


297 


698, 


31 


178, 


149 


047, 


56 


251, 


34 


066, 


42 


056, 


28 


925, 


13 


656, 


2 


814, 


386 


202, 


57 


661, 


30 


570, 


17 


695, 


40 


754, 


27 


489, 


25 


158, 


89 


074, 


323 


201, 


199 


130, 


61 


470, 


5 


990, 


104 


941, 


8 


160. 


13 


944, 


2 


650, 


17 


088, 


212 


563, 


2 


720, 


,284, 


830, 


36 


430, 


4 


591, 


260 


186, 


27 


940, 


12 


867, 


488 


123, 


47 


0,54, 


6, 


611, 


2, 


552, 


27, 


383, 


72, 


686, 


9, 


129, 


10, 


277, 


33, 


548, 


38, 


091, 


30, 


572, 


80, 


034, 


2, 


495, 



516 

991 

31, 948 

1,925 

13, 741 

3, 208 

5,806, 

4,270 

2,168 

1,247 

198 

42, 447; 

1,891 

1, 880 

1, 607: 

2, 767: 

1,440 

2, 567; 

14, 338 

42, 670: 

12, 422 

6,203 

480; 

7,302 

252 

1,014 

319 

1,282 

23, 903: 

300: 

158,986 

1,564 

427 

16, 581 

2,513 

1,269 

64, 932 

5,411 

793 

197 

2,242 

7,172 

503 

1, 107 

3, 076, 

1,961 

1,411: 

5, 257 



5,222 

5,536 

177, 031 

17, 048 

44, 600 

11,318 

20, 496: 

22, 617 

10, 344 

2,655 

3,155 

199, 775 

19, 130 

22, 712 

12, 884 

12, 052 
16, 514 
15, 386; 
45,914 

113,305 
103, 305 
31, 177 
6, 708; 
41, 402 
4, 920 

13, 052 
1, 486: 
7, 590 

113, 742, 

2, 570 

591, 939 

6, 423 

9,095 

57, 423: 

14, 062 

12, 140 

202, 602 

17, 677 

4,288 

3,092 

12, 295 

53, 368 

3,929 

5, 294 

13,411 

27, 728 

5, 295 

54, 353 

1, 964 



528 
846 
031 
729 
935 
118 
592 
269 
512 
301 
089 
260 
852 
616 
460 
527 
752 
088 
465 
951 
906 
433 
649 
636 
645 
596 
737 
620 
814 
938 
067 
441 
275 
687 
121 
771 
768 
215 
666 
504 
439 
907 
958 
999 
696 
741 
103 
920 
943 



70, 
85 
2,044: 
191 
651, 



277, 

218: 

201 

52: 

44 

2, 716, 

432, 

263; 

219, 

229, 

212, 

135, 

486, 

1, 6I0; 

1,294 

404, 

81 

66O; 

80 

171 

24 

83 

1,417 

35, 

7, 572, 

177, 

140, 

1,491 

268: 

150, 

2, 682, 

212 

61 

47, 

213; 

751 

68 

56, 

218, 

352, 

168, 

538, 

34: 



I, 521, 239 
1, 868, 736 
, 102, 324 
, 304, 294 
, 702, 936 
', 601, 168 
, 681, 007 
, 934, 879 
, 407, 769 
;, 363, 641 
, 297, 690 
., 568, 252 
:, 418, 027 
, 972, 084 
I, 921, 122 
', 055, 576 
:, 088, 914 
i, 284, 980 
; 310, 008 
1, 141, 661 
, 857, 324 
, 480, 596 
,911,215 
1, 887, 874 
1, 290, 176 
, 227, 595 
, 292, 095 
, 950, 991 
, 071, 927 
, 220, 336 
, 846, 913 
, 914, 594 
I, 501, 591 
, 899, 233 
;, 665, 529 
1, 134, 041 
:, 700, 498 
;, 413, 293 
, 845, 843 
, 025, 812 
> 575, 674 
, 580, 037 
, 734, 944 
, 697, 394 
, 482, 685 
, 077, 338 
, 477, 380 
;, 808, 741 
, 673, 512 



Total 40, 184, 478 



4, 786, 027, 684 



508, 479, 409 



2, 210, 522, 716 



29, 946, 952, 209 



1 Alaska included in the State of Washington. 

2 Does not include capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years, dividends on stock of 
domestic corporations, or taxable interest on obligations of the United States, which items are reported 
under their respective classifications. 



74 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 6. — Individual returns for 1929, by States and Territories, showing dis- 
tribution of income by source of income, general deductions, net income, and net 
loss for prior year — Continued 



States and Territories 



General deductions 



Net loss from 

sale of real 

estate, stocks, 

bonds, etc., 

other than 

reported for 

tax credit on 

capital net 

loss from sale 

of assets held 

more than 2 

years 



Contribu- 
tions 



AU other 2 



Net income 



Alabama 

Alaska 1 

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, 245, 416 



3, 167. 628 



$22, 178, 505 



$122, 569, 172 



108, 
11. 
2, 
2, 



13, 

2, 

1, 
37, 

397, 
3, 
1, 

35, 
3, 
2, 

87, 



757 

1, 949, 
22, 297 

2, 876, 

12, 058 

3, 574, 
4,274 
3,411 

3, 993 
778, 
402, 

41,917, 
7, 400; 

4, 324, 

3, 534 

4, 664 

3, 595 
2, 080, 
7,611 

26, 544, 
25, 496, 

7, 088' 

1, 955 

13, 626 
721, 

2, 644, 
129, 

1, 218, 
24, 132 

309, 
142, 448, 

5, 913, 

2, 382 
30, 500, 

4, 11a 

1, 556, 

57, 599, 

4, 487, 

1, 715, 
632, 

4,^74, 

12, 233, 

999, 

959, 

5, 060 
3, 586, 

2, 918 

8, 085: 
281 



8, 427, 
14, 409: 
287, 458, 
25, 393, 
62, 540 
17, 641 

28, 225, 
44, 588, 

29, 934: 
7, 487: 
5, 183, 

307, 502, 
46, 903 
34, 863 

32, 643: 
28, 144, 

33, 004 
13, 750, 

43, 651 
159, 847, 
190, 416 

49, 747, 

15, 486, 
76, 014 

7, 528; 
25, 439, 

2,126 

7, 181, 
143, 341 

3, 670, 
779, 13ft 
37, 910, 
105, 376 
166, 056, 

44, 629, 

16, 710 
319, 735, 

17, 289, 
9, 133, 
5,971 

28,351 

138, 598, 

7, 398: 

5, 194, 

29, 267, 

40, 574 

24,8 

69, 151 

3,289 



,321 
1,500 
,304 
,937 
,546 
, 146 
i,774 
i,062 
,555 
,461 
,952 
,020 
,509 
i, 175 
,290 
.518 
,328 
,692 
,7S0 
,286 
i, 281 
,000 
,060 
,603 
,579 
1,064 
,252 
,306 
, 716 
,930 
,612 
,645 
1,962 
1,700 
i.090 
^013 
,738 
1,438 
,221 
,971 
,066 
,212 
,958 
,026 
.749 
,018 
,602 
,842 
,907 



60 


788, 


68 


910, 


1,689 


896, 


1.58 


751, 


561 


547, 


148 


850, 


242 


282, 


164 


355, 


163 


181. 


43 


290, 


38 


525, 


2, 258 


945, 


■366 


846, 


222 


103, 


181 


661, 


191 


640, 


170 


713, 


115 


875, 


425 


185, 


1,371 


651, 


1.029 


756, 


337 


880, 


63 


922. 


558 


127, 


71, 


397, 


140 


322, 


21 


597, 


74, 


306, 


1,212 


423, 


30 


875, 


6,253 


465, 


130 


352, 


31 


197, 


1,2,59 


571, 


216, 


346, 


129, 


360, 


2,217, 


958, 


184 


.531, 


50, 


257, 


40 


165, 


177, 


388, 


592, 


518, 


59, 


451, 


49. 


916, 


179, 


293, 


302, 


258. 


136, 


768, 


450, 


934, 


30, 


813, 



Total. 



995, 943, 850 



528, 884, 573 



3, 621, 388, 222 



24, 800, 735, 564 



' Alaska included in the State of Washington. 

2 Includes "taxes paid" and "interest paid" (see special tabulations, pp. 13-14;, and other deductions. 
5 This item appears in Tables 1 and 2 of Statistics of Income for earlier years. The figures exclude in all 
years amounts for net incomes under $5,000. 



STATISTICS OF INCORIE 



75 



Table 7. — Individual returns for 1929 by net income classes, shoicing distribu tion 
of income by source of income, general deductions, net income and net loss for prior 
year 

[For text defining certain items and describing methods of tabulattag and estimating data, see pp. 1^] 



Xet income classes 
(Thousands oi dollars) 



Under 5 (estimated), 

o under 6 

6under 7 

TunderS 

Sunder 9-.- 

9underl0 

10 under 11 

11 under 12 

12 under 13 

13 under 14 

14 under 15 

15 under 20 

20 under 25 

25 under 30 

30 under 40 

40 under 50 

50 under 60 

60 under 70 

70 under 80 

80 under 90 

90 under ICO 

100 under 150 

150 under 200 

200 under 250 

250 under 300 

300 under 400 

400 under 500- 

500 under 750-.- 

750 under 1,000 

1,000 under 1,500 

1,500 under 2,000 

2,000 under 3,000 

3,000 under 4,000 

4,000 under 5.000 

5,000 and over 



Sources of income 









Profit from 










sale of real 










estate, stocks, 










bonds, etc., 


Capita] net 


Wages and 






other than 


gain from sale 


Business 


Partnership i 


reported taxed 


of assets 








as capital net 


held more 








gain from sale 


than 2 years 








of assets held 










more than 2 










years 




$6, 019, 938, 303 


$1, 542, 655, 080 


$355. 221, 220 


$293, 798, 877 




790, 129, 093 
559,071,661 
435, 092, 588 


278, 649, 360 
215, 533, 191 
171. 912, 321 


96, 165. 782 
81,315,058 
72, 518. 359 


63, 107, 116 
67, 022, 850 
66,292,994 








334, 370, 354 
286, 327, 509 
221, 736, 165 


139, 065, 085 
115, 239, 283 
88, 370, 000 


59, 912, 548 
52, 995, 488 
43, 791, 425 


64, 137, 448 
65, 272, 260 
57, 358, 703 








190. 160, 156 
161, 748, 447 
142, 723, 663 
124, 428, 972 
450, 224, 992 
282, 710, 038 
192, 476. 802 
244, 202, 516 


74, 217, 943 
63, 836, 045 
55, 437, 801 
44, 807, 042 

158, 670, 241 
91, 430, 074 
59, 354, 248 

75, 154, 720 


39, 617, 489 
35, 843. 958 
32, 235, 251 
27, 935. 136 
110, 705, 828 
72. 208, 920 
54, 408. 741 
81, 846, 357 


55, 157, 403 
52, 266, 706 
49,542,019 
45, 911, 783 
200, 936, 442 
157, 643, 578 
129, 700, 352 
196, 154, 969 
















$5, 967, 316 


150, 185, 587 


42, 977, 074 


51. 062, 281 


134, 887, 831 


22, 529, 926 


101, 291, 153 


27, 833, 378 


39, 657, 666 


89, 005, 972 


39, 519, 954 


70, 938, 424 


20. 096, 440 


33, 485, 274 


61, 120, 439 


49, 066, 007 


55, 067, 316 


15, 437, 728 


29, 456, 886 


40, 374, 170 


55, 022, 122 


40. 548, 655 


8, 864, 368 


22, 505, 047 


31, 703, 592 


58, 281, 299 


35, 559, 117 


9, 498, 335 


20, 840, 742 


26, 132, 261 


56, 028, 023 


104, 254. 833 


29, 791, 409 


77, 223, 219 


81, 049, 934 


223, 463, 507 


53, 031, 647 


13. 037, 872 


52, 529, 157 


48. 054, 187 


179, 019, 697 


31, 361, 305 


9. 021, 808 


42, 927, 153 


33. 562, 303 


138, 306, 182 


24, 091, 686 


6, 683, 528 


30, 098, 793 


28, 705, 680 


105, 225, 151 


26, 052, 158 


7, 907, 126 


40, 410, 354 


26, 651, 735 


166, 341. 375 


16, 848, 236 


4. 444. 342 


28, 590, 744 


21, 553, 441 


135, 073, 939 


20, 123, 352 


5, 955, 501 


50, 686, 597 


34, 591, 180 


208, 42.3, 127 


8, 822, 415 


1, 261, 810 


22, 297, 935 


17, 122. 480 


144, 088, 473 


9, 467, 441 


705. 490 


17, 582, 146 


19, 346, 255 


178, 4.56, 834 


4, 842, 762 


466, 666 


25, 138, 468 


16. 077, 166 


116, 240, 307 


5, 793, 744 


143,415 


20, 323, 984 


19, 681, 866 


88, 203, 037 


1. 790, 682 


222, 320 


15. 036, 334 


14,715,710 


58, 756, 664 


1, 320, 992 




6, 804, 361 


5, 873, 207 


50, 604, 746 
268, 085, 866 


2, 246, 104 


302, 566 


9, 764, 155 


23, 343, 714 


11, 198, 978, 868 


3, 378, 983, 610 


1, 853, 142, 856 


2, 337, 856, 623 


2, 346, 703, 552 



I 



1 Does not include capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years, dividends on stock of 
domestic corporations, or taxable interest on obligations of the United States, which items are reported 
under their respective classifications. 

62320—31 6 



76 



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Table 7. — Individual returns for 1929 by net income classes, showing distribution 
of income by source of income, general deductions, net income and net loss for prior 
year — Continued 





Sources of income 


Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 


Rents and 
royalties 


Interest on 
Government 
obligations 
not wholly 
exempt from 
tax 


Dividends 
on stock of 

domestic 
corporations 


Fiduciary ' 


Interest and 
other income 


Under 5 (estimated) 


$636, 947, 981 
77, 072, 345 
59, 102, 153 
49, 096, 313 
39, 481, 461 
33, 571, 827 
27, 233, 054 
23, 348, 601 
20, 296, 632 
18, 656, 202 

15, 743, 729 
59, 250, 531 
38, 329, 488 
26, 442, 951 
36, 751, 371 
22, 491, 336 
15,385,984 
13, 220, 132 

7, 892, 603 
6, 227, 522 

5, 745, 376 

16, 645, 924 

6, 399, 810 
6. 164, 648 
3, 649, 127 

3, 520, 001 
2, 072, 254 

4, 694, 642 
1, 487, 448 
1, 573, 461 
2, 897, 693 

263, 299 

94, 383 

4, 108, 178 

213,953 




$538, 996, 958 

104, 606, 774 

104, 580, 766 

102, 901, 871 

97, 175, 744 

96, 852, 315 

84, 647, 228 

81, 030, 479 

76, 868, 734 

74, 459, 673 

68, 697, 106 

302, 635, 184 

242, 323, 491 

197, 657, 617 

306. 413, 149 

232, 058, 677 

177, 530, 273 

153, 697, 449 

123, 870, 701 

102, 468, 730 

88, 246, 806 

305, 116, 050 

181, 491, 477 

113, 579, 899 

82, 491, 301 

108, 661, 385 

92, 482, 209 

131, 478, 716 

81, 860, 821 

85, 907, 109 

61, 670, 457 

41, 832, 359 

26, 107, 771 

25, 098, 940 

90, 529, 465 


$86, 402, 974 
19, 350, 107 
17. 465, 812 
16, 128, 983 
15, 157, 290 
13, 116, 741 
11,672,279 
11. 506, 721 
11,265,797 
10, 145, 056 

8, 889, 088 
39, 379, 483 
30, 330. 781 
25, 294, 037 
39, 430, Oil 
28, 606, 139 
21, 429, 447 
15, 519, 238 
12, 024, 222 

7. 171, 840 

6, 818, 794 
19, 175, 395 
10, 329, 283 

4, 661, 946 
3, 606, 989 

7, 241, 066 
4, 437, 471 

2, 743, 816 
1, 333, 162 
4, 165, 506 

3, 332, 319 
125, 679 

88, 737 


$762, 822, 527 
103, 062, 234 
84,599,097 
74, 293, 529 


5 under 6 




6 under 7 




7 under 8 




Sunder 9 




63, 873, 589 


9 under 10 




58, 136, 986 


10 under 11 


$1, 503, 142 
1, 408, 518 
1, 224, 248 

1, 249, 670 
967, 558 

4, 890, 003 
3, 644, 280 

2, 763, 438 

3, 877, 066 
2, 538, 771 
2, 176, 899 

1, 527, 918 
1, 153, 756 

917, 204 
731, 972 

2, 510, 024 
1, 188, 651 

785, 931 
641, 555 
826, 998 
471, 988 
779, 784 
348, 817 
290, 027 
514, 454 
152, 291 
268, 356 
208, 204 
622, 955 


48, 104, 111 


11 under 12 


44, 160, 430 


12underl3-. 


38, 998, 527 
36, 266, 284 
31, 717, 958 


13 under 14 . 


14 under 15 . .... . 


15 under 20 . ... ... 


126, 655, 117 
91, 976, 058 


20 under 25 


25 under 30 


67, 561, 850 


sounder 40 


97, 939, 034 


40 under 50 - 


65, 034, 126 


50 under 60 


49, 450, 422 


60 under 70 


38, 601, 432 


70 under 80- 


30, 661, 502 


80under90 


23, 038, 812 


90 under 100 


19, 062, 110 


100 under 150 . . . . . 


58, 863, 921 


150 under 200 . . . 


32, 382, 094 


200 under 250 


20, 028, 614 


250 under 300 


15, 623, 856 


300 under 400 


21, 846, 513 


400 under 500 . . . . 


15, 923, 947 


500 under 750 . ... 


22, 810, 053 


750 under 1,000 


10, 244, 037 


1,000 under 1,500 . 


10, 699, 965 


1,500 under 2,000 


7, 766, 391 


2,000 under 3,000 


7, 126, 169 


3,000 under 4,000 


3, 736, 460 


4,000 under 5,000 


3, 576, 812 


5,000 and over 


133, 200 


23, 878, 149 






Total 


1, 286, 072, 413 


40, 184, 478 


4, 786, 027, 684 


508,479,409 


2, 210, 522, 716 







1 Does not include capital net gain from sale of assets held more than 2 years, dividends on stock of 
domestic corporations, or taxable interest on obligations of the United States, which items are reported 
under their respective classifications. 



I 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



77 



Table 7. — Individual returns for 1929 by net income classes, showing distribution 
of income by source of income, general deductions, net income and net loss for prior 
year — Co ntinued 





Total income 


General deductions 


Net income 




Ket income classes 

(Thousands of 
dollars) 


Net loss from 

sale of real 

estate, 

stocks, 

bonds, etc., 

other than 

reported for 

tax credit on 

capital net 

loss from 

sale of assets 

held more 

than 2 years 


Contribu- 
tions 


All other » 


Net loss 

for prior 

years 


Tinder 5 (estimated) . 


$10, 236, 783, 920 
1,532,142,811 
1, 188, 690, 588 
988, 236, 958 
813, 173, 519 
721, 512, 409 
584, 416, 107 
520, 607, 740 
462, 349, 094 
420, 715, 619 
369, 098, 372 
1, 453, 347, 821 
1, 010, 596, 708 
755, 660, 036 
1, 087, 736, 509 
752, 371, 748 
563. 281, 148 
457, 272, 753 
370, 961, 006 
301, 727, 069 
268, 663, 536 
918, 094, 216 
577, 463, 875 
400, 399, 789 
300, 817, 666 
409, 458, 711 
321, 898, 571 
482, 286, 768 
288, 867, 398 
328, 194, 234 
238, 946, 680 
183, 645, 843 
120, 817, 420 
97, 595, 440 
419, 120, 127 


$363, 251, 026 

25, 634, 240 
21, 628, 278 
20, 053, 005 
20,115,622 
17, 256, 538 
14, 352, 667 
14,312,014 
12, 875, 175 
11,678,926 
11,853,806 
48, 590, 190 
37,184,314 

26, 264, 914 
37, 126, 989 
24, 492, 360 
19, 774. 464 
20, 465, 287 
14, 524, 102 
11,240,998 
10,862,455 
41,931,877 
28, 592, 980 
17, 859, 477 
11, 236, 853 
17,110.699 
14, 501, 140 
17,459,157 
10, 848. 668 
18, 317, 973 

9, 500, 171 
7, 563, 639 
2, 059, 092 
2, 806, 979 
12, 617, 175 


$144, 426, 926 
23, 597, 812 
18,517,613 
15, 504, 429 
12, 796, 375 
11, 622, 710 
9, 430, 643 

8, 546, 465 

7, 645, 950 
6, 888, 375 
6, 309, 664 

24, 188, 776 
17, 822, 784 
13, 448, 334 
20, 093, 184 
14, 636, 204 
11. 548, 808 

9, 294, 316 

8, 218, 357 
6, 662, 844 

5, 774, 208 
19, 921, 345 
12, 199, 263 

8, 778, 105 

6, 589, 842 
8, 506, 947 

7, 764, 836 
11,511,215 

7, 097, 250 
8, 886, 333 
5, 874, 039 
5, 360, 163 
3, 337, 936 
4, 223, 407 
21, 859, 115 


$1, 624, 264, 931 

164, 319, 074 

130, 304, 286 

109, 394, 409 

90, 090, 643 

81, 344, 865 

65, 536, 503 

59,857,089 

54, 239, 969 

50, 013, 778 

43, 493, 757 

171, 898, 995 

119,178,246 

85,118,961 

121, 972, 051 

78, 157, 170 

58. 674, 953 

47, 825, 365 

37, 305, 920 

26, 757, 682 

26, 499, 753 

85, 704. 916 

50,110,423 

32, 984, 408 

22, 920, 242 

31, 607, 102 

23, 637, 669 

34, 557, 575 

19, 802, 549 

19, 555, 621 

12, 588, 006 

8, 850, 974 

3, 901, 743 

4, 918, 751 

23, 999, 843 


$8,104,841,037 
1,318,591,685 
1,018,240,411 
843, 284, 515 
690, 170, 879 
611,288,296 
495, 096, 294 
437, 892, 172 
387, 588, 000 
352, 134, 540 
307, 441, 145 
1, 208, 669, 860 
836,411,364 
630, 827, 827 
908, 544, 285 
635, 086, 014 
473. 282, 923 
379, 687, 785 
310, 912, 627 
257, 065, 545 
225, 527, 120 
770, 536, 078 
486. 561, 209 
340, 777, 799 
260, 070. 729 
352,233.963 
275, 994, 926 
418, 758, 821 
251,118,931 
281, 434, 307 
210, 984, 464 
161,871,067 
111,518,649 
85, 646. 303 
360, 643, 994 






$1,447,452 
1, 121, 933 


6 under 7 


7 under 8 .... 


953 950 


8 under 9 . 


949, 149 


9 under 10 


866, 651 
750, 550 


10 under 11... 


11 under 12 


755, 645 


12 under 13 


857, 376 


13 under 14 


740, 502 


14 under 15 


674, 456 
2, 424, 715 


15 under 20 


20 under 25 ... 


1, 996, 826 
1, 540, 649 
1, 830, 565 
1, 821, 577 


25 under 30 


sounder 40 


40 under 50. 


50 under 60 . . 


1, 051, 505 


60 under 70 


614, 112 


70 under 80 


417, 668 


80 under 90 


729, 870 


■90 under 100 


489, 944 

1, 820, 565 

1,440,941 

751, 595 

444, 593 

32. 496 

1,523,011 

33, 800 

677, 750 


100 under 160 

150 under 200 

200 under 250 

250 under 300... 

300 under 400 

400 under 500 

^00 under 750 

750 under 1,000 

1,000 under 1,500 


1,500 under 2,000 




2,000 under 3,000 

3,000 under 4,000 


149, 429 


4,000 under 5,000 




6,000 and over 








Total 


29. 946, 952, 209 


995, 943, 850 


528, 884, 573 


3,621,388.222 


24,800,735,564 


28,909,275 







> Includes "taxes paid "and "Interest paid" (see special tabulations, pp. 13-14) and other deductions. 
' This item appears in Tables 1 and 2 of Statistics of Income for earlier years. The figures exclude, in all 
years, amounts for net incomes under $5,000. 



r 



78 



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Table 8. — Individual returns for 1929 of net income of $5,000 and over^ hy 
States and Territories, showing taxes paid other than Federal income tax^ and 
interest paid 

[For text defining items, see pp. 13-14] 



States and Territories 



Taxes paid other than Federal income 
taxi 



Total 



Reported in 
general de- 
ductions 



Reported 
in business 
deductions 



Interest paid 



Total 



Reported in | Reported 

general de- in business 

ductions deductions 



Alabama 

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- -. 



787, 654 
313, 061 
488, 555 
531, 704 
248, 099 
661, 611 
444, 371 
808, 926 
507, 929 
808, 623 
527, 051 
670, 683 

462, 093 
065, 365 
991, 573 
876, 396 
486, 920 
976, 781 
636, 059 
317, 504 
860, 014 
372, 403 
821, 137 

463, 730 
633, 944 
200, 772 
036,212 
411, 134 
734, 927 
323, 860 
572, 859 

326, 613 
896, 808 
733, 681 
832, 120 
571, 705 
732, 629 
175, 144 
571,831 

327, 282 
927, 070 
800, 578 
972, 133 
913, 105 
264, 933 
950, 127 
904, 117 
825, 635 
612, 985 
518,432 



$2, 477, 097 
917, 006 

1, 241, 932 
34, 059, 679 

2, 516, 748 

8, 864, 577 

3, 339, 105 

4, 401, 784 
5, 138, 160 
3, 384, 643 
1, 397, 849 

338, 318 
17, 830, 263 

5, 866, 300 

3, 799, 715 
3, 160, 380 
3, 823, 179 
3, 494, 260 
2, 180, 835 
6, 465, 209 

37, 377, 729 

23, 836, 837 

7, 059, 140 

1, 657, 799 

9, 722, 310 
741, 588 

2, 162, 540 

258, 620 

1, 448, 401 

21, 079, 259 

338, 010 

143, 970, 809 

4, 447, 049 

535, 939 

22, 387, 794 

4, 684, 492 
2, 070, 244 

36, 488, 147 

3, 256, 774 

1, 130, 971 

636, 564 

3, 380, 741 
12,315,115 

692, 536 

1, 020, 485 

4, 336, 677 
4, 027, 582 

2, 437, 138 
10, 627, 510 

273, 496 



$310, 557 
396, 055 
246, 623 

6, 472, 025 
731, 351 
797, 034 
105, 266 
407, 142 
369. 769 
423, 980 
129, 202 
332, 365 

2, 631, 830 

1, 198, 565 

1,191,858 

1,716,016 
663, 741 
482, 521 
455, 224 
852, 295 

2, 482, 285 

2, 535, 566 
761, 997 
805, 931 
811, 634 
459, 184 
873, 672 
152, 514 
286, 526 

2, 244, 601 
234. 849 

5, 355, 804 
449, 759 
197, 742 

2, 444, 326 
887, 213 
662, 385 

4, 686, 997 
315, 057 
196,311 
290, 506 
419, 837 

2, 657, 018 
220, 569 
244, 448 
613, 450 
876, 535 
388, 497 
985, 475 
244, 936 



$5, 217, 946 

1, 708, 314 
2, 247, 689 

65, 630, 131 
5, 190, 250 

22, 941, 892 
8, 812, 421 

7, 635, 416 
6, 786, 026 
7, 115, 028 

2, 259, 688 
735, 427 

93, 426, 797 
10, 028, 149 

6, 575, 078 
5, 119, 655 
8, 169, 755 
6, 170, 315 

3, 702, 050 
14, 809, 729 
42, 137, 817 
47, 028, 862 

9, 749, 492 

2, 243, 184 
19, 256, 122 

1, 580, 036 

4, 496, 758 

616, 731 

1, 889, 521 

45, 694, 094 

862, 685 

258, 273, 432 

8, 564, 461 
567, 392 

47, 386, 333 
8, 294, 886 

3, 666, 620 
94, 644, 559 

4, 542, 588 
1, 677, 480 

900, 619 

7, 474, 960 
24, 998, 415 

1, 940, 794 
1, 332, 345 
7, 606, 967 
7, 145, 867 

5, 982, 564 
13,619,041 

703, 282 



Total - 



532, 798, 878 



479, 099, 835 



53, 699, 043 



958, 958, 658 



$4, 789, 770 
1, 372, 029 
1, 873, 316 

57, 871, 446 

4, 460, 640 
21, 896, 260 

8, 606, 009 

7, 220, 083 
6, 414, 029 
6, 497, 761 
2, 124, 642 

386, 334 
88, 396, 432 

8, 823, 353 

5, 262, 683 
3, 3S9, 235 

7, 585, 869 

5, 621, 835 
3, 349, 864 

13, 573, 627 
39, 293, 374 

43, 730, 629 

8, 940, 524 
1, 586, 069 

18,116,579 

1,181,476 

3, 630, 020 

439, 654 

1, 647, 418 
42, 492, 273 

560, 787 

246, 637, 165 

8, 147, 834 

464, 730 

44, 659, 581 
7, 270, 127 

2, 771, 198 
87, 049, 972 

4, 128, 222 
1, 489, 318 
678, 030 
6, 807, 000 
20, 574, 088 
1, 752, 963 
1, 083, 623 

6, 874, 081 
6, 186, 883 
5, 584, 079 

12, 660, 399 
436, 270 



$428, 176 

336, 235 

374, 373. 

7, 758, 686. 

729, 710 

1, 046, 632 

206, 412 

415, 333 

371, 997 

617, 267 

135, 146 

349, 093 

5, 031, 365 

1, 204, 796 

1, 312, 395 

1, 730, 420 

583, 896 

548, 480 

352, 186 

1, 236, 102 

2, 844, 443 

3, 298, 233 
808, 968 
657, 116 

1, 139, 543 
398, 560 
966, 738 
177, 077 
242, 103 

3, 101, 821 

301, 898 

11,736,267 

416, 627 

102, 662 

2, 726, 752 

1,024,759 
794, 422 

7, 594, 687 
414,366 
188, 162 
222, 589 
667, 967 

4, 424, 321 
187, 830 
248, 717 
732, 886 
969, 974 
398, 485 
968, 642 
267, 012 



6, 187, 377 



72, 771, 276 



I Excludes also certain income taxes paid foreign countries. (See p. 8). 



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79 



Table 8A. — Individual returns for 1929 of net income of $5,000 and over, 
by net income classes, showing taxes paid other than Federal income tax ' and 
interest paid 

[For text defining items, see pp. 13-14] 



Net income classes 
(Thousands of dollars) 



Taxes paid other than Federal income tax • 



Total 



Reported in Reported in 
general de- i business de- 
ductions ductions 



Total 



Interest paid 



Reported in 
general de- 
ductions 



Reported in 
business de- 
ductions 



5 under 6 

6 under 7 

7 under 8 

Sunder 9 

9 under 10... 

10 under 11 

11 under 12 

12 under 13. 

13 under 14 

14 under 15 

15 under 20 

20 under 25 

25 under 30 

30 under 40 

40 under 50 

50 under 60 

60 under 70 

70 under 80 

80 under 90 

90 under 100 

100 under 150 

150 under 200 

200 under 250 

250 under 300 

300 under 400 

■400 under 500 

500 under 750 

750 under 1,000... 
1,000 under 1,500_ 
1,500 under 2,000. 
■2,000 under 3,000. 
3,000 under 4,000. 
4,000 under 5,000. 
5,000 and over 



$52, 

41, 

33, 

26, 

24, 

18, 

16, 

14, 

13, 

10, 

43, 

29, 

20, 

29, 

19, 

14, 

11, 

9, 

6, 

6, 

20, 

11, 

7, 

6, 

7, 

5, 

8, 

4, 

4, 

3, 

2, 

1, 

1, 

4, 



597, 974 
001, 200 
202, 700 
851, 866 
468, 648 
291, 570 
323, 648 
303, 865 
194,711 
863, 567 
240, 341 
515, 272 
578, 939 
410, 146 
358, 867 
024, 922 
527, 648 
843, 163 
672, 664 
524, 226 
913, 100 
966, 039 
802, 813 
008, 0.38 
876, 034 
451, 534 
184, 623 
087, 338 
902, 279 
754, 688 
920, 461 
199, 871 
104,121 
832, 002 



$43, 509, 411 
34, 312, 860 
27, 876, 214 
22, 772, 056 
21,103,405 
15, 779, 103 
14, 204, 216 
12, 405, 734 
11,650,760 
9, 770, 675 
38, 964, 352 
27, 029, 349 
19, 028, 286 
27, 595, 692 
18,319,019 
13, 125, 748 
11,030,163 
9, 060, 027 
6, 458, 228 

6, 303, 291 
19, 935, 379 
11, 590, 262 

7, 670, 764 
5, 893, 003 
7, 703, 805 
5, 246, 043 
8, 033, 313 
4, 079, 627 
4, 868, 681 
3, 742, 951 
2, 918, 759 
1, 199, 128 
1,103,742 
4, 815, 729 



$9, 088, 563 
6, 688, 340 
5, 326, 486 
4,079,810 

3, 365, 243 
2, 512, 467 
2,119,432 
1, 898, 131 
1, 543, 951 
1, 092, 810 

4, 275, 989 
2, 485, 923 
1, 550, 653 
1,814,454 
1, 039, 848 

899, 174 

497, 485 

783, 136 

214, 436 

220, 935 

977,721 

375, 777 

132, 049 

115,035 

172, 169 

205, 491 

151,310 

7,711 

33, 598 

11,737 

1,702 

743 

379 

16, 273 



$79,172,450 
62, 792, 366 
54, 696, 290 
45, 571, 390 
40, 856, 086 
33, 014, 320 
30, 391, 965 
27, 006, 363 
25, 214, 520 
21, 920, 439 
85, 023, 370 
58, 511, 066 
41, 908, 176 
58, 202, 370 
37, 268, 305 
27, 545, 194 
22, 338, 853 
17, 801, 408 
12, 376, 732 
12, 073, 989 
38, 770, 840 
23, 625, 229 
14, 775, 979 
10, 157, 793 
14, 850, 367 
10, 698, 422 
13,414,078 
11,101,929 
8, 872, 885 
4, 098, 860 
2, 838, 638 
1, 545, 884 
3, 222, 296 
7, 309, SOI 



$67, 943, 

54, 620, 

47, 669, 

39, 996, 

36, 542, 

29, 585, 

27, 497, 

24, 443, 

23, 163, 

20, 150, 

78, 826, 

54,321, 

39, 733, 

55, 555, 

35,814, 

26, 766, 

21, 684, 

17, 295, 

12,010, 

11,633, 

37, 838, 

22, 968, 

14,412, 

9, 902, 

14, 575, 

9, 368, 

13, 153, 

11,065, 

8, 872, 

4, 098, 

2, S38, 

1, 445, 

3, 096, 

7, 293, 



400 
849 
395 
786 
130 
892 
795 
141 
818 
373 
380 
262 
672 
174 
814 
882 
116 
698 
975 
952 
508 
340 
940 
271 
700 
675 
585 
281 
213 
821 
638 
901 
387 
613 



Total, 1929 532, 798, 878 



479, 099, 835 



53,699,043 j 958,958,653 



886, 187, 377 



11,229,050 

8, 171, 517 

7, 026, 895 

5, 574, 604 

4, 313, 956 

3, 428, 428 

2, 894, 170 

2, 563, 222 

2, 050, 702 

1,770,066 

6, 196, 990 

4, 189, 804 

2, 174, 504 

2, 647, 196 

1,453,491 

778, 312 

654, 737 

505, 710 

365, 757 

440, 037 

932, 332 

656, 889 

363, 039 

245, 522 

274, 667 

1, 329, 747 

260, 493 

36, 648 

672 

39 

99,"983 

125,909 

16, 188 



72, 771, 276 



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tories, showing number of returns, net income, and tax 

[For text defining certain items and describing methods of tabulating and estimating data, see pp. 1-4) 

UNITED STATES 



Year 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



Number of 
returns 



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 
4, 101, 547 
4, 070, 851 

4, 044, 327 



Net income 



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$6, 298, 
13, 652, 
15, 924, 
19, 859, 

23, 735, 
19, 577, 
21, 336, 

24, 777, 

25, 656, 
21, 894, 

21, 958, 

22, 545, 
25, 226, 
24, 800, 



577, 620 
383, 207 
639, 355 
491, 448 
629, 183 
212, 528 
212, 530 
465, 658 
153, 454 
576, 403 
505, 649 
090, 553 
326, 912 
735, 564 



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$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 
5, 496, 73 
6, 196. 81 
6, 132. 22 



Tax 



Total 



$173, 

691, 

1, 127, 

1, 269, 

1,075, 

719, 

861, 

661, 

704, 

734, 

732, 

830, 

1, 164, 

1,001, 



386, 694 
492, 954 
721, 835 
630, 104 
053, 686 
387, 106 
057, 308 
666, 133 
265, 390 
555, 183 
470, 790 
639, 434 
254, 037 
938, 147 



ALABAMA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



2,097 
21, 844 
38, 988 
40, 789 
52, 984 
43, 009 
43, 612 
51,049 
47, 591 

26, 278 
28, 540 

27, 992 
26, 891 
25, 818 



$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 
133, 224, 614 
142, 167, 220 

122, 569, 172 



$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 

4, 759. 38 

5, 286. 79 
4, 747. 43 



ALASKA 



$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 
2, 455, 166 
4, 035, 792 
2, 087, 718 



1916 


243 
4,570 
7,606 
9,427 
9,899 


$1, 878, 419 
10, 549, 506 
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 


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1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



994 

12, 264 

13, 701 
20, 495 
24, 812 
18, 477 

20, 079 
22, 899 

21, 301 
10, 104 
10, 509 
11,059 
11,527 
12, 448 



$11,777,241 
39, 635, 508 
41, 579, 450 
61, 434, 347 
67, 280, 486 
48, 310, 197 
48, 459, 738 

59, 526, 474 
58, 273, 049 
41,382,939 
41, 716, 578 
45, 837, 158 
58, 368, 659 

60, 788, 434 



$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 
4, 144. 78 
5, 063. 04 

4, 883. 39 



$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 

697, 800 

1, 600, 308 

1,113,774 



1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns of 
individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. 

2 Included in the State of Washington. 



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ARKANSAS 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


2,255 
17, 839 
20, 612 
33, 556 
38, 113 
33, 830 
32, 072 
35, 788 
35, 484 
20, 597 
19, 363 
17,331 
16, 660 
15,813 


$17, 683, 678 
68, 296, 287 
76, 354, 037 
123, 704, 361 
118,060,710 
92, 616, 903 
95, 625, 678 
109, 793, 634 
110,255,418 
84, 474, 350 
84,661,070 
75, 553, 896 
71,689,792 
68, 910, 936 


$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 
4, 359. 47 
4, 303. 10 
4, 357. 87 


$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 
1,339,952 

877, 747 
712, 954 


$70. 00 


1917 


104 00 


1918 


159 00- 


1919 


r'6 00 


1920 ._ 


S6. 00 


1921 


55. 00 


1922 


72.00 


1923 


57 00 


1924 


41 00 


1925 


70.00 


1926 


77.00 


1927 


77.32 


1928 


52 69 


1929 ^ 


45 09 







CALIFORNIA 



21, 208 
182, 232 
206, 471 
266, 720 
396, 973 
386, 082 
420, 923 
517, 109 
511,218 
305, 074 
315,344 
315, 560 
316,738 
309, 047 



$228, 

632, 

701, 

981, 

1, 329, 

1, 168, 

1, 357, 

1, 697, 

1,741, 

1, 490, 

1,571. 

1, 582, 

1, 765. 

1, 689, 



324, 945 
608, 546 
850, 380 
170, 941 
006, 594 
021, 448 
524, 521 
902, 803 
063, 671 
419, 792 
673, 688 
576, 258 
573, 139 
896, 424 



$10, 766. 00 
3, 471. 00 
3, 399. 00 
3, 679. 00 
3, 348. 00 
3, 025. 00 
3, 225. 00 
3, 283. 00 

3, 406. 00 

4, 885. 00 

4, 984. 00 

5, 015. 04 
5, 574. 23 
5, 468. 09 



$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 
46, 044, 994 
63, 707, 136 
45, 360, 278 



$170. 00 

112.00 

175. 00 

184. 00 

127. 00 

94.00 

104.00 

77.00 

74.00 

122. 00 

147.00 

145.91 

201. 14 

146. 77 



COLORADO 



4,435 
40, 627 
54, 160 
57, 526 
74, 198 
69, 676 
67, 463 

72, 366 

73, 350 
35, 808 
35, 110 
31, 727 
31,091 
31, 268 



$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 
148, 473, 486 
158,931,875 
158, 751, 528 



$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 

4, 679. 72 
5,111.83 

5, 077. 12 



$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 

3, 307, 180 

4, 459, 057 
3, 534, 404 



$238. 00 
128. 00 
108. 00 
125.00 
91.00 
55.00 
72.00 
45.00 
43.00 
79.00 
84.00 
104. 24 
143. 42 
113.04 



CONNECTICUT 



9,713 
64, 472 
86, 489 
110, 409 
148, 195 
123,369 
128, 431 
149, 820 
143, 406 
74, 595 

81, 449 
77, 778 
81, 063 

82, 049 



$133, 858, 341 
249, 186, 724 
395, 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 
451,001,651 
522, 496, 528 
561, 547, 753 



$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 

5, 798. 58 
6, 445. 56 

6, 844. 05 



$2, 824, 846 
10, 595, 737 
37, 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 
16,117,674 
23, 104, 139 
23, 693, 045 



$291. 00 

164.00 

205. 00 

152. 00 

106. 00 

86.00 

102.00 

75.00 

88.00 

181. 00 

169. 00 

207. 23 

285. 02 

288. 77 



1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns 
of individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. 



154 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 10. — Individual returns for the years 1916 to 1929,^ by States and Terri- 
tories, showing number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 



DELAWARE 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 - 


1, 346 
8,032 
10, 239 
16, 059 
18, 937 
15, 889 
17, 141 
19, 202 
18, 892 
9,131 
9,301 
9,266 
9,592 
9,780 


$57, 798, 410 
56, 459, 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 
90, 262, 899 
107, 335, 477 
148, 850, 300 


$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 
9, 741. 30 

11, 190. 10 
15, 219. 87 


$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 
7, 970, 035 
10, 592, 886 
14, 524, 946 


$2, 746. 00 


1917 


1, 164. 00 


1918 


699. 00 


1919 


467. 00 


1920 


112. 00 


1921 .- 


81.00 


1922 - 


107. 00 


1923 - - 


73.00 


1924 - 


128. 00 


1925 


304.00 


1926 


548.00 


1927 


860. 14 


1928 


1, 104. 35 


1929 .- -.- 


1, 485. 17 







DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927, 
1928 
1929 



33, 737 
50, 776 
88, 616 
109, 730 
89, 966 
77, 923 
75, 796 
77, 836 
43, 293 
40, 024 
39, 560 
44, 183 
48, 087 



$67, 334, 621 
113,499,332 
154, 963, 835 
234, 959, 904 
299, 802, 574 
248, 345, 804 
231, 328, 739 
221, 950, 528 
253, 312, 253 
200, 353, 699 
198, 055, 768 
198, 938, 042 
227, 620, 606 
242, 282, 698 



$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 

5, 028. 77 
5, 151. 77 
5, 038. 42 



$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 
6, 027, 133 
7, 474, 643 
6, 408, 622 



FLORIDA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924. 
1925, 
1926, 
1927. 
1928 
1929 



1,779 
15, 336 
19, 102 
31, 107 
42, 210 
42, 249 
41, 631 
49, 591 
64,306 
76, 213 
56, 109 
40, 080 
32, 155 
30,040 



$17, 401, 202 
54, 378, 496 
63, 681, 401 
107, 362, 976 
141, 105, 124 
119,557,316 
132, 047, 020 
166, 500, 260 
250, 963, 664 
649, 932, 382 
322, 601, 033 
206, 917, 657 
178, 843, 603 
164, 355, 108 



$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 
6, 162. 62 
6, 561. 92 
6, 471. 21 



$322, 636 

1, 584, 917 

2, 367, 463 

4, 363, 089 

5, 242, 705 

2, 929, 409 

4, 069, 869 

3, 693, 956 
7, 229, 272 

28, 867, 801 
10, 416, 636 

6, 047, 244 

7, 714, 261 

5, 936, 377 



GEORGIA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1926 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



3,444 
38, 252 
39, 073 

68, 930 
73, 325 
67, 719 

69, 988 
71, 341 
62, 661 
37, 410 
36, 744 
33, 818 
32, 921 
32, 289 



$32, 992, 965 
137, 776, 612 
148, 366, 439 
219, 471, 959 
228, 619, 716 
180,311,466 
199, 432, 631 
222, 888, 344 
210, 908, 421 
177, 203, 659 
171,146,482 
167, 407, 479 
167, 063, 687 
163,181,491 



$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 
4, 950. 26 
5, 074. 68 
5, 053. 78 



$378, 062 
3, 250, 342 
7, 077, 184 
9, 134, 092 
7, 697, 693 

3, 892, 645 

4, 557, 769 
3, 766, 169 
3, 398, 860 
3, 529, 883 

2, 888, 409 

3, 612, 724 
3, 806, 534 
2, 785, 942 



' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns 
of individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



155 



Table 10. — Individual returns for the years 1916 to 1929,^ by States and Terri- 
tories, showing number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 

HAWAII 



Year 



Number of 
returns 



Net income 



Total 



Average 



Tax 



Total 



Average 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



1,144 
3,131 
4,242 
8,136 
13, 715 
11,481 

11, 597 

12, 421 
12, 387 

9,306 
9,146 
9,252 
8,047 
8,210 



$20, 362, 022 
21, 888, 755 
20, 054, 940 
33, 164, 366 
55, 572, 896 
37, 840, 014 
37, 122, 696 
42, 829, 260 
46, 395, 290 
41, 465, 375 

42, 950, 279 
44, 618, 510 

43, 349, 731 
43, 290, 997 



$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 

4, 822. 58 

5, 387. 07 
5, 272. 96 



$366, 802 
1, 174, 831 
1, 857, 352 
2, 145, 194 
4, 075, 539 
1, 451, 776 
1, 387, 398 
1, 319, 276 
1, 481, 883 
944, 053 
1, 096, 213 
1, 200, 644 
1, 311, 756 
1, 220, 345 



$321. 00 
375.00 
438.00 
264.00 
297. 00 
126.00 
120. 00 
106. 00 
120.00 
101. 00 
120.00 
129. 76 
163. 01 
148.64 



IDAHO 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



756 
16,414 
19, 249 

21, 448 
25, 755 

22, 976 

23, 369 
25, 012 
21,436 
12, 907 
11,617 
10, 673 

9,808 
9,830 



$7, 927, 064 
46, 465, 514 
55, 954, 296 
65, 472, 540 
67,391,639 
49, 737, 718 
51, 166, 793 
68, 393, 333 
52, 301, 491 
40, 443, 781 
39, 887, 961 
38, 448, 758 
37, 121, 872 
38, 525, 958 



$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 

3, 602. 43 
3, 784. 86 
3, 919. 22 



$140, 496 

839, 646 

1, 493, 618 

1, 476, 023 

1, 086, 614 

493, 658 

478, 706 

426, 196 

261, 008 

170, 912 

184, 344 

247, 272 

283, 172 

184, 325 



$186. 00 
51.00 
78.00 
69.00 
42.00 
21.00 
20.00 
17.00 
12.00 
13.00 
16.00 
23.17 
28.87 
18.75 



ILLINOIS 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



37, 525 
319, 497 
366, 918 
422, 229 
542, 467 
611, 558 
614, 449 
676, 489 
652, 501 
357, 448 
374, 725 
378, 859 
373, 621 
369, 855 



1, 119, 
1, 266, 
1, 662, 
1, 836, 
1, 833, 

1, 927, 

2, 272, 
2, 413, 
1, 975, 

1, 995, 

2, 093, 
2, 392, 
2, 268, 



290, 833 
960, 600 
309, 485 
796, 441 
966, 942 
920, 436 
637, 451 
960, 122 
606, 350 
436, 222 
011,009 
908, 674 
631, 092 
945, 768 



$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 
5, 526. 87 
6, 403. 90 
6, 107. 65 



$10, 947, 250 
49, 103, 261 
84, 560, 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 
73, 796, 361 

110, 659, 199 
86, 825, 072 



$292. 00 
164. 00 
230. 00 
235. 00 
157. 00 
112. 00 
126. 00 
93.00 
102. 00 
181. 00 
171. 00 
194. 79 
296. 18 
234. 75 



INDIANA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



7,004 

86, 021 

104, 681 

130, 383 

189, 687 

150, 300 

153, 469 

178,831 

156, 845 

80, 300 

77, 126 

76, 703 

76, 376 

76, 493 



$74, 637, 683 
261, 265, 426 
325, 549, 440 
417,323,251 
656, 061, 991 
406, 242, 138 
426, 365, 818 
510, 507, 072 
461, 717, 343 
344, 266, 673 
358, 624, 820 
349, 434, 464 
365, 336, 866 
366, 846, 042 



$10, 656. 00 

3, 073. 00 
3,113.00 
3, 201. 00 
2, 933. 00 
2, 703. 00 
2, 778. 00 
2, 854. 00 
2, 944. 00 

4, 287. 00 
4, 650. 00 
4, 555. 68 
4, 846. 86 
4, 795. 81 



$1, 165, 961 

5, 978, 782 
11, 456, 898 
13, 641, 245 
15, 780, 124 

8, 973, 653 
9,578,511 
7, 882, 768 

6, 665, 560 

7, 508, 733 

9, 934, 476 
8, 884, 047 

10, 100, 848 
8, 208, 031 



$166. 00 

70.00 

110.00 

104.00 

83.00 

60.00 

62.00 

44.00 

42.00 

94.00 

129. 00 

115. 82 

134. 01 

107. 30 



' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns 
of individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. 



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Table 10. — Individual returns for the years 1916 to 1929,^ by States and Terri- 
tories, showing number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 



IOWA 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 - 


8,497 

114, 970 

118, 933 

133, 796 

183, 398 

111,483 

131,870 

135, 864 

110,404 

50, 379 

49, 476 

45, 349 

40, 789 

45, 023 


$65, 604, 874 
337, 283, 861 
450, 267, 585 
527, 162, 054 
631, 560, 789 
313, 762, 985 
359, 502, 822 
363, 242, 331 
298, 734, 381 
198, 735, 930 
203, 015, 362 
190, 436, 034 
221, 881, 247 
222, 103, 300 


$7, 721. 00 

2, 934. 00 

3, 786. 00 
3, 940. 00 
3, 444. 00 
2, 814. 00 
2, 727. 00 
2, 673. 00 

2, 706. 00 

3, 945. 00 

4, 103. 00 
4, 199. 34 

5, 439. 73 
4,933.11 


$518, 845 
5, 445, 816 
15, 928, 158 
15,807,707 
18, 776, 990 
5, 837, 960 

5, 466, 397 
4, 126, 470 
3, 123, 808 
3,111,096 

2, 917, 845 
3, 310, 099 

6, 216, 041 

3, 924, 823 


$61. 00 


1917 


47.00 


1918.. 


134.00 


1919 


118.00 


1920- - 


102.00 


1921_ 


52.00 


1922 


41.00 


1923 


30.00 


1924 


28.00 


1925- 


62.00 


1926- - 


59.00 


1927 


72.99 


1928 - 


162.40 


1929 


87.17 







KANSAS 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



4.290 
63, 065 
64, 794 
76, 451 
99, 255 
88, 785 
86, 915 
86, 291 
84, 080 
34,284 
32, 732 
35, 575 
32, 929 
37, 557 



$39, 638, 465 
202, 159, 002 
218, 524, 054 
264, 971, 649 
306, 413, 429 
217, 237, 297 
211, 061, 984 
215, 346, 538 
203,034,515 
141,511,127 
153, 673, 206 
157, 394, 402 
162, 394, 758 
181, 661, 364 



$9, 240. 00 
3, 206. 00 

3, 373. 00 
3, 466. 00 
3, 087. 00 
2, 447. 00 
2, 428. 00 
2,495.00 
2, 415. 00 
4, 128. 00 

4, 695. 00 
4, 424. 30 
4, 931. 66 
4, 836. 96 



$555. 943 
5, 428, 496 

7, 880, 244 
9, 138, 315 

8, 351, 393 
3, 392, 429 
3, 246, 097 
2, 118, 957 
1,918,019 
2, 222, 306 
2,756,049 
2, 240. 877 
2, 928, 097 
2, 647, 829 



KENTUCKY 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



3,887 

34, 692 
47, 098 
59, 332 
78, 258 
69, 496 
69, 666 
79, 091 
72, 119 
37, 315 
32, 821 
33, 004 

35, 367 
34, 623 



$33, 506, 976 
124, 826, 244 
166, 350, 127 
215, 977, 422 
243, 879, 230 

192, 273, 937 
2C0, 048, 892 
214, 415, 879 
238,094,411 
180, 217, 420 
169, 100, 987 
172, 582, 213 

193, 766, 254 
191, 640, 708 



$9, 907. 00 
3, 598. 00 
3. 532. 00 
3, 640. 00 
3,116.00 
2, 767. 00 

2, 872. 00 
2,711.00 

3, 301. 00 

4, 830. 00 
5, 162. CO 

5, 229. 13 

5, 478. 73 

6, 535. 07 



$384, 497 

2, 943, 196 
7, 918, 960 
7, 595, 384 
7, 292, 098 
4, 297, 470 
4,676,804 

3, 723, 960 
3, 805, 669 
3, 299, 792 
3, 226, 344 
4, 027, 734 
6, 639, 394 
5, 076, 854 



LOUISIANA 



1916-. 
1917-. 
1918-. 
1919- . 
1920.. 
1921.. 
1922- . 
1923.. 
1924.. 
1925- . 
1926- . 
1927- . 
1928- . 
1929.. 



4,617 
32,317 
33, 432 
52, 871 
69, 340 
67, 960 

66, 972 

67, 440 
67, 658 
40, 695 
38, 996 
37, 293 
3fi, 981 
35, 093 



$51, 274, 633 
134, 349, 180 
137, 261, 983 
201, 753, 808 
237, 109, 145 
197, 897, 146 
203, 664, 606 
213, 802, 450 
221, 133, 422 
195, 585, 488 
185, 478, 850 
175, 254, 161 
184, 035, 325 
170,713,998 



$11,351.00 
4, 157. 00 
4, 106. 00 
3, 815. 00 
3, 420, 00 

2, 912. 00 

3, 041. 00 
3,170.00 

3, 268. 00 

4, 806, 00 
4, 756. 00 
4, G99. 38 
4, 976. 48 
4, 864. 62 



$778, 693 

4, 936, 826 
9, 353, 518 

12, 888, 656 
9, 626, 591 

5, 304, 522 
5, 353, 574 
4, 438, 454 
3, 628, 611 

3, 850, 206 
3,311,635 
3, 174, 839 

4, 380, 028 
2, 859, 568 



1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns 
of individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



157 



Table 10. — Individual returns for the years 1916 to 1929,^ by States and Terri- 
tories, showing 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 
18, 710 
18,611 
19, 173 


$30, 435, 945 
66, 950, 710 
84, 033, 212 
112, 562, 525 
143, 455, 545 
124, 628, 679 
129, 857, 441 
142, 964, 209 
135, 221, 259 
97, 927, 563 
107, 979, 178 
103, 080, 848 
HI, 558, 275 
115, 875, 339 


$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 
5, 509. 40 
5, 994. 21 
6, 043. 67 


$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 

3, 300, 741 

4, 262, 498 
3, 561, 754 


$132. 00 


1917- 


144. 00 


1918 . . 


170. 00 


1919 - - 


129. 00 


1920 


103. CO 


1921 


90.00 


1922 


91.00 


1923- 


58.00 


1924 


61.00 


1925 


140. 00 


1926 


174. 00 


1927 


176. 42 


1928 


229. 03 


1929 


185.77 







MARYLAND 



9,674 
56, 954 
80, 085 
86, 373 
108, 000 
112,963 
110,896 
127, 770 
126, 226 
66, 152 
67, 160 
65, 099 
65, 258 
68, 654 



$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 
390, 671, 215 
409, 371, 465 
425, 185, 985 



509. 00 
289. 00 
589. 00 
822. 00 
618. 00 
264. 00 
488. 00 
140. 00 
701. 00 
480. 00 
580. 00 
001. 19 
273. 12 
193. 17 



$2, 405, 523 
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 
13, 859, 686 
16, 126, 803 
15, 641, 824 



$249. 00 
216. 00 
253. CO 
254. 00 
188. CO 
129. 00 
139. CO 
90. CO 
96. CO 
176. 00 
171.00 
212.90 
247. 12 
227. 84 



MASSACHUSETTS 



32, 291 
156, 111 
209, 786 
268, 307 
401, 770 
388, 442 
397, 241 
415, 100 
378, 049 
221, 530 
224, 042 

214, 356 

215, 559 
213,316 



$474, 
717, 
868, 
1, 090, 
1, 368, 
1, 153, 
1, 237, 
1,413, 
1, 320, 
1, 132, 
1, 147, 
1, 189, 
1, 357, 
1,371, 



292, 762 
512. 002 
460, 461 
808, 058 
406, 648 
008, 156 
893, 477 
015, 994 
156, 959 
289, 870 
576, 498 
273, 214 
076, 374 
651, 741 



$14, 688. CO 

4, 596. 00 
4, 140. 00 
4, 065. 00 
3, 406. 00 

2, 968. 00 
3,116.00 

3, 404. CO 
3, 492. CO 
5,111.00 
5, 122. CO 

5, 548. 12 

6, 295. 61 
6, 430. 14 



$10, 
44, 
81, 



892, 685 
478, 907 
307, 340 
566, 938 
368, 994 
534, 644 
781, 194 
527, 993 
857, 137 
052, 088 
115,976 
949, 866 
738, 973 
857, 223 



$337. CO 
285. 00 
388. 00 
323. CO 
173.00 
120. CO 
145. CO 
1C2.C0 
108. 00 
185. CO 
166. CO 
205. 03 
277. 14 
271. 23 



MICHIGAN 



11,448 
111,562 
135, 349 

181.662 
305, 075 
250, 147 
267, 953 
350, 072 
323, 733 
188, 669 
176, 804 
175, 806 
179, 886 
177,918 



$162, 

387, 

415, 

665, 

895, 

657, 

796, 

1,041, 

1, 045, 

910, 

905, 

950, 

1, 066, 

1, 029, 



533, 104 
824, 910 
313, 164 
475, 193 
679, 238 
779, 854 
411,946 
933, 086 
850, 046 
910,113 
814. 790 
085, 831 
529, 992 
756, 680 



198. CO 
476. CO 
068. 00 
663. 00 
936. 00 
630. CO 
972. CO 
976. 00 
231. CO 
828. 00 
123. 00 
404. 05 
928. 78 
787. 82 



$3, 340, 682 
15,159,388 
22, 336, 385 
65, 958, 378 
40, 493, 261 
24, 197, 840 

34, 965, 003 
28,051,017 
30, 983, 705 
33, 263, 014 
32, 408, 357 

35, 599, 799 
50,601,040 
40, 599, 864 



$292. 00 

136.00 

165. CO 

308. 00 

133. CO 

97. CO 

130. CO 

80. CO 

96.00 

176. 00 

183.00 

202. 49 

281.29 

228. 19 



1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns 
of individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. 



158 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 10. — Individual returns for the years 1916 to 1929,^ by States and Terri- 
tories, showing number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 



MINNESOTA 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


7,556 
80,009 
84, 515 
123, 914 
154, 118 
124, 501 
122, 885 
134, 360 
128, 237 
71, 291 
64, 227 
61, 439 
60, 752 
60, 701 


$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 
295, 670, 416 
340, 152, 949 
337, 880, 743 


$12, 335. 00 
3, 443. 00 
3, 444. 00 
3, 098. 00 
2, 941. 00 
2, 738. 00 
2,838.00 
2, 771. 00 
2, 929. 00 
4, 292. 00 
4,615.00 
4,812.42 
5, 599. 04 
5, 566. 31 


$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 
6,125,916 
6, 475, 311 
7, 383, 307 
11,925,077 
9, 799, 141 


$206.00 


1917 


104.00 


1918 - 


181.00 


1919 


127.00 


1920- 


98.00 


1921 - 


70.00 


1922 


77.00 


1923 - 


53.00 


1924 - 


52.00 


1925 


86.00 


1926 


101.00 


1927 


120. 17 


1928 


196.29 


1929 


161. 43 







MISSISSIPPI 



1916 


1,440 

15, 382 
19, 949 
23,804 
28, 022 
25, 614 
26, 897 
27, 851 
27, 213 
16, 985 

• 17, 196 

16, 964 
16, 140 
15,689 


$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 
64, 878, 684 
64, 689, 480 
63, 922, 168 


$10, 300. 00 
4, 015. 00 
3,525.00 
4, 254. 00 
2, 996. 00 

2, 347. 00 
2, 862. 00 
2, 998. 00 

3, 037. 00 

4, 342. 00 

3, 772. 00 
3, 824. 49 

4, 008. 02 
4, 074. 33 


$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 

816, 429 

763, 702 

600, 076 


$135. 00 


1917. - 


146.00 


1918 . — 


178.00 


1919 . 


237.00 


1920 


89.00 


1921 -. 


42.00 


1922 


67.00 


1923 


61.00 


1924 


42.00 


1925 


58.00 


1926. - - 


37.00 


1927 - - 


48.13 


1928 


47.32 


1929 - 


38.25 







MISSOURI 



1916 


12, 956 
91, 608 
110,890 
125, 248 
162, 199 

172, 519 

173, 728 
192, 282 
186, 784 
109, 059 

99, 509 
96, 407 
99, 295 
98, 367 


$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 
501, 495, 130 
563, 951, 553 
558, 127, 649 


$11,351.00 
3, 952. 00 
3, 688. 00 
3, 756. 00 
3, 379. 00 
2, 898. 00 
3, 030. 00 
3, 148. 00 

3, 386. 00 

4, 895. 00 

5, 153. 00 
5,201.85 
5, 679. 56 
5,673.93 


$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 
13, 738, 256 
18,910,977 
16, 416, 897 


$183. 00 


1917 


119. 00 


1918 


187.00 


1919 


177.00 


1920 „ 


136.00 


1921 


85.00 


1922. 


92.00 


1923 


68.00 


1924 


66.00 


1925 


131.00 


1926 


136.00 


1927 


142. 50 


1928.... 


190. 45 


1929 


166. 89 







MONTANA 



1916 


1,801 
28, 646 
34,464 
42, 593 
4.5, 557 
36, 907 
38,044 
42, 809 
44,011 
19, 239 
16, 191 
18, 651 
17,112 
17,067 


$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 
69, 654, 023 
72, 908, 121 
71, 397, 232 


$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 

3, 734. 60 
4, 260. 64 
4, 183. 35 


$304, 448 

1, 548, 582 

3, 012, 902 

2, 413, 463 

2, 033, 190 

1, 051, 863 

1, 029, 195 

721, 406 

731, 111 

580, 196 

661, 833 

867,944 

1, 298, 024 

1, 019, 300 


$169. 00 


1917 


54. OC 


1918 


87. 0( 


1919 


57. OC 


1920 


45. OC 


1921 . 


29. OC 


1922 


27.00 


1923 


17. OC 


1924 


17. OC 


1925 


30. OC 


1926 


35.00 


1927 .. .. .. 


46.54 


1928 


76.85 


1929 


59.72 







I Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns 
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159 



Table 10. — Individual returns for the years 1916 to 1929,^ by States and Terri- 
tories, showing number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 



NEBRASKA 





Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 




Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 - 


4,286 
82, 472 
96,049 
87, 344 
97, 729 
71, 853 
67, 503 
70, 545 
66, 512 
35, 661 
33, 532 
32, 170 
31, 426 
30, 962 


$36, 559, 607 
251, 988, 895 
306, 053, 565 
287, 457, 592 
306, 362, 700 
179, 905, 513 
177, 969, 193 
195, 152, 562 
189, 371, 665 
141, 877, 975 
134, 153, 838 
130, 131, 079 
139, 471, 054 
140, 322, 452 


$8, 530. 00 
3, 055. 00 
3, 186. 00 

3, 291. 00 
3, 135. 00 
2,504.00 
2,636.00 
2, 766. 00 
2, 847. 00 
3,979.00 
4, 001. 00 
4, 045. 11 

4, 438. 08 
4, 532. 09 


$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 
1,427,747 
2, 109, 341 
1, 919, 473 


$81.00 


1917 


64.00 


1918 


98.00 


1919 


99.00 


1920 


86.00 


1921 


46.00 


1922 


47.00 


1923 


36.00 


1924 


28.00 


1925 


49.00 


1926 


41.00 


1927 


44.38 


1928 


67.12 


1929 


61.99 







NEVADA 



1916 


364 
6,623 
7,097 
8,740 
10, 381 
9,719 
9,723 
10, 467 
10, 664 
6,164 
4,797 
4,702 
4,477 
5,174 


$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 
17, 443, 233 
20, 109, 392 

21, 597, 783 


$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 

3, 709. 75 

4, 491. 71 
4, 174. 29 


$18, 505 
241, 944 
412, 342 
435, 002 
390, 077 
329, 296 
258, 732 
241, 291 
184, 334 
178, 361 
195, 497 
228, 799 
477, 673 
356, 444 


$51. 00 


1917 


37.00 


1918 . 


58.00 


1919 


50.00 


1920 .-- 


38.00 


1921 


34.00 


1922 


27.00 


1923 .. 


23.00 


1924 


17.00 


1925 


29.00 


1926 


41.00 


1927 


48.66 


1928 


106.69 


1929 


68.89 







NEW HAMPSHIRE 



1916 


1,735 
10, 809 
17,317 
25, 601 
35, 983 
32, 410 
31, 787 
36, 876 
31, 532 
16,413 
15, 276 
14, 484 
14, 132 
14, 341 


$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 
70, 560, 949 
72, 610, 266 
74, 306, 913 


$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 
4,871.65 
5, 138. 00 

5, 181. 43 


$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 
1, 824, 931 
1,991,854 
1, 734, 828 


$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 


1927 


126.00 


1928 


140. 95 


1929 


120. 97 







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 

195, 467 

196, 681 
195, 772 


$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 

1,117,398,064 

1,241,411,359 

1, 212, 423, 226 


$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, 716. 56 
6,311.80 

6, 193. 04 


$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 
38,911,894 
51, 889, 941 
43, 956, 017 


$281. 00 


19)7 


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 


1927 


199. 07 


1928 


263. 82 


1929 


224. 53 







1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-ta.\ returns 
of individuals are siunmarized on pp. 396-403. 



160 



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Table 10. — Individual returns for the years 1916 to 1929,^ by States and Terri- 
tories, showing number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 



NEW MEXICO 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


813 
11,616 
13, 084 

10, 757 
13, 656 

11, 780 

11, 553 

12, 202 
11, 595 

7,203 
6,513 
6,462 
6,686 
6,874 


$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 
26, 288, 148 

29, 995, 501 
30, 875, 636 


$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 

4, 068. 11 
4, 486. 31 
4, 491. 65 


$83, 935 
713, 829 
989, 825 
774, 470 
612, 573 
351, 629 
383, 750 
337, 354 
223, 842 
178, 762 
227, 471 
283, 403 
464, 430 
299, 882 


$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 


1927. 


43.86 


1928 


69.46 


1929.. 


43.63 







NEW YORK 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



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 

766, 974 

780, 418 

757, 835 



$1, 922, 
2, 774, 

2, 719, 

3, 436, 

4, 030, 
3, 617, 
4, 110, 

4, 565, 

5, 144, 
4, 903, 
4, 984, 
5. 398, 

6, 458, 
6, 253, 



864, 651 
035, 148 
713, 784 
343, 179 
623, 696 
757, 104 
588, 989 
314, 898 
766, 182 
288, 994 
020, 281 
451. 005 
089, 207 
465, 699 



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 
7. 038. 64 
8. 275. 15 
8, 251. 75 



$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 
305,210,059 
451, 606, 998 
396, 687. 348 



NORTH CAROLINA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



2,207 
22, 977 
21. 738 
37, 185 
47, 342 
44, 161 
58, 009 
68, 191 
63,864 
38. 740 
35, 332 
33, 398 
30. 997 
28,860 



$24. 825, «26 
84, 220, 131 
89, 748, 811 
161. 613. 467 
163,799,837 
127, 992, 951 
171. 929. 2.59 
206, 638, 618 
200. 888, 953 
161. 623, 754 
153, 231, 981 
155, 916, 827 
161, 039, 786 
130, 352, 897 



$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 
4, 668. 45 
5, 195. 33 
4, 516. 73 



$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 

4, 519, 870 
6.051,641 
3, 282, 957 



NORTH DAKOTA 



1916 


1,176 
20, 941 
29, 120 
27, 375 
24, 209 
18, 440 
18, 750 
18, 054 
19. 160 
11.715 
9,881 
9.758 
9,710 
9.170 


$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 
33, 252, 341 
34. 878, 015 
31, 197, 250 


$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 
3, 407. 70 
3, 691. 97 
3, 402. 10 


$66. 344 

936, 862 

2, 219, 954 

1,360,609 

1, 105, 801 

485, 783 

453, 219 

276, 288 

268. 090 

162. 589 

180. 012 

187, 635 

209. 440 

111,346 


$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 


1927 


19.23 


1928 


21.57 


1929 


12.14 







1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns 
of individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



161 



Table 10. — Individual returns for the years 1916 to 1929,^ by States and Terri- 
tories, showing number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 

OHIO 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916. 


21, 774 
190, 273 
306, 918 
308, 309 
447, 998 
367, 096 
364, 988 
463, 017 
418, 048 
224, 643 
231, 196 
222, 707 
218, 479 
215, 804 


$318, 822, 511 
740, 406, 422 
993, 314, 432 
1, 075, 115, 926 
1, 407, 388, 003 
1, 060, 027, 926 
1. 1.38, 934, 714 
1, 457, 696, 567 
1, 403, 748, 590 
1,141,453,071 
1, 146, 495, 871 
1, 153, 756, 214 
1, 302, 762, 001 
1, 259, 571, 939 


$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 
5, 180. 60 
5, 962. 87 
5, 836. 65 


$7, 722, 306 
31, 928, 937 

55, 170, 252 

56, 505, 316 
56, 285, 168 
33, 574, 094 
39, 310, 406 
33, 061, 877 
32, 061, 822 
30, 321, 360 
32, 839, 052 
35, 519, 337 
55, 393, 575 
43, 633, 678 


$355. 00 


1917 


168.00 


1918 


180. 00 


1919 


183. 00 


1920 


126.00 


1921.. 


91.00 


1922 . 


108. 00 


1923 


71.00 


1924 


77.00 


1925 


135. 00 


1926 


142. 00 


1927 - 


159. 49 


1928 


253. 54 


1929 


202. 19 



OKLAHOMA 



1916 


2,539 
48. 758 
46, 818 
61,500 
81, 785 
69, 381 
72, 063 
70, 189 
63, 357 
40, 825 
37, 497 
39, 806 
37, 261 
37,000 


$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 
212, 341, 656 
211,061,345 
216, 346, 916 


$26, 314. 00 
3, 502. 00 
3, 496. 00 
3, 938. 00 
3, 617. 00 
2, 765. 00 
3, 019. 00 
3, 153. 00 
3, 335. 00 
5, 388. 00 
5, 948. 00 
5, 334. 41 
5, 664. 40 
5, 847. 21 


$4, 347, 797 

5, 682, 493 
7, 649, 280 

12, 207, 129 

13, 548, 211 
4, 206, 507 

6, 414. 336 
3, 909, 926 
3, 794, 477 
6,897,119 
8, 134, 654 
6, 232, 124 
6, 446, 274 
6, 020, 950 


$1, 712. 00 


1917 


117.00 


1918 


163. 00 


1919 - 


198. 00 


1920 


166. 00 


1921 - 


61.00 


1922 


89.00 


1923 


56.00 


1924 


60.00 


1925 


169. 00 


1926 


217. 00 


1927.. 


156. 56 


1928 


173. 00 


1929 


162. 73 







OREGON 



1916 


2,800 
25, 071 
34, 592 
49, 663 
67, 640 
62,804 
61, 879 
69. 123 
66, 669 
32. 542 
30, 955 
33, 903 
29, 333 
28, 194 


$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 
140, 739, 425 
132, 829, 673 
129, 360, 587 


$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 
4, 151. 24 

4, 528. 34 
4, 588. 23 


$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 
1, 920, 597 
2, 387, 276 
1, 663, 775 


$120. 00 


1917 . 


132. 00 


1918 


175. 00 


1919 - 


166. 00 


1920 


98.00 


1921 


79.00 


1922 


69.00 


1923 


42.00 


1924 


30.00 


1925 


55.00 


1926 


70.00 


1927 


56.65 


1928 


81.39 


1929 


59.01 







PENNSYLVANIA 



1916 


40, 289 
328, 171 
518, 729 
539, 172 
672. 746 
621, 103 
587, 770 
740, 478 
713, 427 
376, 923 
397, 575 
381, 374 
361, 220 
364, 145 


$643, 243, 991 
1, 360, 802, 293 
1, 770, 848, 133 

1, 838, 002, 395 

2, 212, 178, 029 
1, 937, 291, 858 
2, 005, 570, 020 
2, 478, 751, 471 
2, 548, 132. 809 
2,031,305,849 
2, 138, 168, 594 
2, 091, 825, 217 
2, 204, 955, 406 
2, 217, 958, 557 


$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 
5, 484. 88 
6, 104. 19 
6,090.87 


$17, 612, 739 
79, 454, 848 
137, 781, 370 
128, 195, 161 
118, 750, 989 
84, 660, 220 
93, 673, 559 
73, 266, 630 
77, 873, 521 
73, 364, 345 
76, 887, 315 
78, 674, 525 
96, 772, 465 
90, 694, 655 


$437. 00 


1917 


242. 00 


1918 


266. 00 


1919 


238. 00 


1920 


177.00 


1921. 


136. 00 


1922 


159.00 


1923 


99.00 


1924 


109. 00 


1925-. 


195.00 


1926 


193.00 


1927. 


206. 29 


1928 


267. 90 


1929 


249.06 







' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns 
of individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. 



162 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 10. — Individual returns for the years 1916 to 1929,^ by States and Terri- 
tories, showing 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 
25,184 

25, 801 

26, 481 


$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 
157, 464, 733 
176, 225, 164 
184, 531, 178 


$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 

6, 252. 57 
6, 830. 17 
6, 968. 44 


$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 

6, 332, 169 
8, 093, 013 
7, 851, 363 


$511. 00 


1917 


368 00 


1918 


410.00 


1919 


281.00 


1920 


220.00 


1921.. 


192.00 


1922.. 


187.00 


1923 


99.00 


1924 


138.00 


1925 


200.00 


1926 


210.00 


1927 


251. 44 


1928 


313. 67 


1929 


296.49 







SOUTH CAROLINA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



1,204 
22, 321 
20, 239 
37, 296 
33, 044 
25, 160 
26. 830 
28, 225 
28,090 
15. 727 

13, 809 

14, 310 
13, 725 
13, 232 



$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 
55, 218, 679 
55, 510, 360 
50, 257. 416 



$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 
3, 858, 75 

4, 044. 47 
3, 798. 17 



$77, 198 
1, 816, 909 

2, 732, 593 
5, 192. 020 

3, 236, 876 
1, 246, 523 
1, 268, 305 
1, 555, 315 

727, 462 
430, 879 
420, 164 
554, 731 
716, 628 
566, 252 



SOUTH DAKOTA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



971 
39, 654 
45, 505 
38, 614 
34, 670 
21, 681 
21, 465 
21, 928 
26, 506 
17, 086 
12, 414 
10, 969 
10, 649 
10, 449 



$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 
35, 906, 515 
38, 954, 968 
40, 165, 070 



$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 
3, 273. 45 
3, 658. 09 
3, 843. 92 



$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 

209, 667 
321, 516 
390, 886 



TENNESSEE 



1916 . 


4,414 
31,451 
38, 232 
50, 789 

65, 054 
60, 949 
63, 555 
69, 081 

66, 981 

34, 689 

35, 495 
33,812 
35, 039 
34, 664 


$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 
173, 162, 605 
190, 287, 682 
177, 388, 337 


$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 

5, 121. 33 
5, 430. 74 
6, 117. 36 


$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 

4, 035, 541 
6,624,112 
3, 747, 682 


$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 


1927 


119. 35 


1928.. 


160. 51 


1929 


108. U 







1 Changes in the revenue acts alTecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns 
of indivifiuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. 



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163 



Table 10. — Individual returns for the years 1916 to 1929,^ by States and Terri- 
tories, showing number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 



TEXAS 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


10, 614 
95, 416 
114, 500 
176, 547 
224,617 
200, 188 
186,865 
200,683 
192, 735 
109, 448 
111,438 
114, 534 

112, 273 

113, 555 


$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 
647, 562, 501 
560, 322, 568 
580, 239, 493 


$10, 774. 00 
3, 671. 00 
3, 432. 00 
3, 643. 00 
3, 209 00 
2, 682. 00 
2, 921. op 
3, 057, 00 
3,311.00 
4, 539. 00 
4, 914. 00 
4, 892. 19 
5. 168. 11 


$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 
12, 909, 842 
14, 401, 968 
12, 866, 950 


$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 


1927 


112. 72 


1928 


128.28 


1929 


592, 518, 704 5. 217. 90 


113. 31 











UTAH 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921, 
1922 
1923. 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



1,259 
14, 636 
18,517 
21, 164 
30, 510 
26, 128 
27, 325 
30,242 
28,685 
16, 101 
13,568 
13,029 
13, 262 
13, 163 



$14, 281, 206 
45, 044, 946 

52, 454, 404 
61, 913, 436 
82, 278, 389 
62, 713, 461 
67, 744, 653 
79, 943, 306 
82, 088, 477 
61,634,951 
53. 832, 169 

53, 628, 897 
58, 809, 296 
59, 451, 690 



$11,343.00 
3, 078. 00 
2,833 00 
2, 925 00 
2, 697. 00 
2, 400. 00 
2, 479. 00 

2, 643. 00 
2, 862. 00 
3, 828. 00 

3, 968. 00 
4, 116. 12 

4, 434 42 
4, 516. 58 



$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 

851, 031 

1, 095, 839 

881, 603 



$133. 00 
93.00 
73.00 
60.00 
49.00 
32.00 
35.00 
24.00 
21.00 
41.00 
46.00 
65.32 
82.63 
66.98 



VERMONT 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



1,100 

7,258 
9,965 
13, 569 
19,205 
17, 746 
17, 901 
21, 752 
20, 618 
9,559 
8,646 
8,268 
9,394 
9,586 



$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 
41, 842, 221 

48, 086, 175 
49, 916, 326 



$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 
5, 060. 74 
5, 118. 82 

5, 207. 21 



$365, 004 

1, 459, 253 

1,821,823 

2, 074, 804 

2, 259, 129 

1, 155, 767 

1, 573, 655 

1, 332, 822 

978, 252 

919, 959 

821,296 

846, 932 

1, 055, 740 

1, 019, 863 



$332.00 
201.00 
183. 00 
153. 00 
118.00 
65.00 
88.00 
61.00 
47.00 
96.00 
95.00 
102. 43 
112.38 
106. 39 



VIRGINIA 



1916. 
1917. 
1918. 
1919. 
1920. 
1921. 
1922. 
1923 
1924. 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



4,190 
37, 951 
51, 207 
75, 966 
92, 576 
76,257 
71,523 
77, 451 
71, 597 
37, 507 
37, 797 
37, 393 
37, 619 
38, 631 



$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 
170, 024, 673 
172, 239, 863 
181, 750, 013 
179, 293, 926 



$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 
4, 606. 21 
4, 831. 33 
4, 641. 19 



$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 
3,611,135 
4, 408, 983 
3, 201, 104 



$142. 00 
104. 00 
150. 00 
119.00 
80.00 
55.00 
69.00 
47.00 
46.00 
79.00 
92.00 
96.57 
117. 20 
82.86 



' Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns 
of individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. 



164 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 10. — Individual returns for the years 1916 to 1929,'^ by States and Terri- 
tories, showing number of returns, net income, and tax — Continued 

WASHINGTON 



Year 


Number of 
returns 


Net income 


Tax 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


1916 


5,360 
56, 322 
95, 422 
114, 322 
148, 067 
115,593 
123, 216 
136, 057 
138, 181 
78, 030 

61, 950 

62, 200 
66, 167 
65, 240 


$49, 697, 247 
169, 727, 615 
266, 096, 746 
325, 920, 733 
375, 979, 893 
261, 400, 721 
300, 523, 342 
351, 985, 059 
393, 961, 927 

272, 544, 925 
245, 592, 050 
252, 547, 211 

273, 648, 593 
302, 258, 404 


$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 

4, 060. 24 
4, 135. 73 
4, 633. 02 


$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 
2, 913, 642 
4, 464, 930 

5, 775, 343 


$145. 00 


1917 . . 


78.00 


1918 


102. 00 


1919 . . 


102. 00 


1920 


61.00 


1921 2 


42.00 


1922 2.. 


42.00 


1923 2 


29.00 


1924 2 


23.00 


1925 2. 


35.00 


1926 2 


45.00 


1927 2 


46.84 


1928 2 


67.48 


1929 2 


88.52 







WEST VIRGINIA 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



2,575 

28, 281 
48, 876 
45,168 
96, 326 
75, 277 
69, 501 
89, 263 
75, 037 
35, 810 
32, 544 
32, 500 
30,643 

29, 803 



$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 
139, 696, 175 
140, 128, 751 
136, 768, 017 



$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 
4, 298. 34 
4, 572. 94 
4, 589. 07 



$416, 386 

3, 303, 285 

5, 709, 295 

6, 319, 197 
8, 517, 268 
4,579,113 

4, 594, 653 
3, 875, 864 
2, 796, 310 
2, 133, 510 
2, 304, 313 
2, 519, 731 
2, 920, 822 
2, 298, 875 



WISCONSIN 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 



8,261 

70, 554 

94, 704 

105, 793 

150, 452 

148, 457 

160, 519 

194, 050 

179, 275 

110,485 

99, 251 

100, 956 

98, 485 

103, 044 



$87, 614, 595 
228, 190, 253 
290, 199, 685 
337, 851, 344 
436, 436, 810 
379, 754, 222 
401, 070, 058 
547, 039, 928 
496, 659, 728 
418,618,008 
407, 642, 742 
436, 579, 613 
453, 394, 323 
450, 934, 107 



$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 

4, 324. 45 
4, 603. 69 
4, 376. 13 



$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 
10, 621, 745 

12, 459, 318 
10, 287, 020 



WYOMING 



1910 


673 

7, 603 

7,821 

18, 349 

24, 594 

22, 413 

21, 943 

23, 246 

22, 947 
10, 336 

8,930 
8,870 
8,622 
8,140 


$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 
31, 297, 098 
33, 233, 249 
30, 813, 018 


$9, 694. 00 
3, 766. 00 
3, 377. 00 
2, 859. 00 
2, 572. 00 
2, 278. 00 
2, 225. 00 
2, 408. 00 

2, 647. 00 

3, 239. 00 
3, 556. 00 
3, 528. 49 
3, 854. 47 
3, 785, 38 


$67, 510 
838, 196 

1, 272, 692 
144, 063 

1, 161, 320 
783, 257 
687, 062 
520, 769 
414, 087 
256, 481 
263, 319 
274, 644 
372, 128 
188, 904 


$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 


1927 


30.96 


1928 


43.16 


1929 


23.21 







1 Changes in the revenue acts affecting the comparability of statistical data from income-tax returns 
of individuals are summarized on pp. 396-403. 
< Includes Alaska . 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



165 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, shoiving 

number of returns 

[For description of the method of compiling these data, see p. 17] 

ALABAMA 



County and city 



Autauga: 

Prattville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Baldwin: 

Bay Minette.- 

Fairhope 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Barbour: 

Clayton - 

Eufaula 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Bibb: 

West Blocton. 
Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Blount: 

Oneonta 

Miscellaneous. 

Total - 



Bullook: 

Union Springs- 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total - 



Butler: 

Chapman 

Qeorgiana 

Greenville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Calhoun: 

Anniston 

Jacksonville 

Oxford 

Piedmont 

Miscellaneous... 

Total- -- 



Chambers: 

Five Points 

Lafayette 

Lanett -- 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Cherokee: Miscellaneous 

Chilton: 

Clanton" 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Choctaw: Miscellaneous 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



66 



18 

120 

14 



152 



30 



497 
23 
12 
27 
13 



47 



County and city 



Clarke: 

Jackson 

Thomasville 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Clay: 

Ashland 

Lineville 

Total 

Cleburne: 

Heflin 

M i scellaneous 

Total 

Coffee: 

Elba 

Enterprise 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Colbert: 

Sheffield 

Tuscumbia 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Conecuh: 

Evergreen 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Coosa: Miscellaneous 

Covington: 

Andalusia --- 

Florala -- 

Opp 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Crenshaw: 

Brantley 

Luveme 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cullman: 

Cullman 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dale: 

Ozark 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dallas: 

Selma 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



83 



39 



176 
125 
21 



159 



37 



105 
10 



49 



614 

48 



662 



County and city 



De Kalb: 

Fort Payne.. - 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Elmore: 

Wetumpka 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Escambia: 

Atmore 

Brewton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Etowah: 

Alabama City 

Altoona 

Attalla 

Gadsden 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Fayette: 

Fayette.- 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Franklin: 

Red Bay 

Russell ville... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Geneva: 

Geneva 

Hartford 

Samson 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Greene: 

Eutaw 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Hale: 

Greensboro- -. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Henry: 

Abbeville 

Headland 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Houston: 

Dothan 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



78 



47 



133 



151 



37 

5 

63 

423 



533 



52 



69 



228 
15 



166 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



ALABAMA— Continued 



County and city 



Jackson: 

Bridgeport 

Scottsboro 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Jefferson: 

Birmingham.. 

Bessemer 

Brighton 

Fairfield 

Leeds 

Miscellaneous. 

Total - 



Lamar: 

Sulligent 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Lauderdale: 

Florence 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Lawrence: Miscellane- 
ous 



Lee: 



Auburn 

Opelika 

Phenix City.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Limestone: 

Athens. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lowndes: 

Fort Deposit.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



56 



Total 

Macon: 

Tuskegee 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Madison: 

Huntsville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Marengo: 

Demopolis 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



11, 639 
563 

17 
302 

32 
172 



12, 725 



262 
5 



267 



32 



26 

133 

27 

5 



191 



92 



51 



90 



427 
30 



120 

48 



168 



County and city 



Marion: 

Guin 

Winfleld 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Marshall: 

Albertville 

Boaz 

Guntersville.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total...'... 



Mobile: 

Citronelle 

Mobile... 

Prichard 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Monroe: 

Frisco City... 
Monroeville... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Montgomery: 

Montgomery.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Morgan: 

Decatur 

Hartselle 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Perry: 

Marion , 

Uniontown 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Pickens: 

Aliceville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Pike: 



Brundidge 

Troy. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Randolph: 

Roanoke 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 

returns 



32 



100 



13 

2,759 

16 

116 



2,904 



65 



346 
34 
11 



391 



101 



County and city 



2,414 
30 



29 

162 

5 



196 



Russell: Miscellaneous.. 
St. Clair: Miscellaneous. 

Shelby: 

Columbiana 

Montevallo 

Vincent 

M iscellaneous 

Total- 

Sumter: 

Livingston .- 

York 

M iscellaneous. 

Total 

Talladega: 

Sylacauga 

Talladega 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Tallapoosa: 

Alexander City 

Camp Hill 

Dadeville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Tuscaloosa: 

Northport 

Tuscaloosa 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Walker: 

Carbon Hill 

Cordova 

Dora 

Jasper 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Washington: Miscella- 
neous. 

Wilcox: Miscellaneous. - 

Winston: 

Haley ville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Total Alabama 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total in general 
tables 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



167 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, hy counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



ARIZONA 



County and city 



Apache: 

St. Johns 

Miscellaneous. 

Total - 



Cochise: 

Bisbee , 

Douglas 

Lowell 

Warren 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Coconino: 

Flagstaff 

Williams 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Gila: 

Globe 

Hayden 

Miami 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Graham: 

Saflord 

Miscellaneous. 

Total -. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



567 
502 
131 
105 
214 



1,519 



238 
93 
41 



372 



446 

79 

499 

171 



1,195 



County and city 



Greenlee: 

Clifton 

Morenci 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Maricopa: 

Buckeye 

Chandler 

Glendale 

Mesa.- 

Phoenix 

Scottsdale 

Tempe 

Miscellaneous^ 

Total 



Mohave: 

Kingman 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Navajo: 

Holbrook 

Winslow 

Miscellaneous- 
Total - 



Pima: 

Ajo 

Tucson 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



75 

129 

21 



225 



15 
■67 
107 
184 
3,582 

36 
119 
144 



4,254 



136 
59 



195 



68 
364 

18 



450 



194 
1,609 



1,851 



County and city 



Pinal: 

Casa Grande.. 

Florence 

Ray 

Superior 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Santa Cruz: 

Nogales 

Miscellaneous. 

Total -. 



Yavapai: 

Clarkdale 

Cottonwood- - 

Jerome 

Prescott 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Yuma: 

Somerton 

Yuma 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Residents of other States. 

Total Arizona 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 



Total in general 
tables , 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



56 
34 
80 
157 
66 



393 



259 
26 



137 
28 
471 
480 
139 



1,255 



22 

280 

39 



222 



12, 731 



283 



12,448 



ARKANSAS 



Arkansas: 

De Witt 


62 

223 

60 


Bradley: 

Warren 


110 
9 


Cleburne: 

Heber Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


25 


Stuttgart 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


1 


Miscellaneous 




119 


26 


Total 


345 


Calhoun: Miscellaneous. 

Carroll: 

Berry ville 


Cleveland: Miscellane- 






16 


14 


Ashley: 

Crossett 


35 
32 
65 


Columbia: 

Magnolia 




15 
38 

7 










Eureka Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


Miscellaneous 

Total 




Miscellaneous 


35 




119 


Total 


132 


60 


Conway: 

Morrilton - 






Chicot: 

Dermott 




Baxter: 


13 


40 
53 
65 

8 


92 


Miscellaneous 

Total - - 


4 




Eudora 










Lake Village. 

Miscellaneous 






Craighead: 

Jonesboro 




Total 


22 






166 


355 


Benton: 

Bentonville. 


35 
91 
43 
31 


Clark: 

Arkadelphia 

Gurdon 


Monette 


11 


111 
31 
20 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


30 


Rogers 


396 


Siloam Springs 

Miscellaneous 


Crawford: 

Van Buren 




Miscellaneous 






162 


114 


Total 


200 


Clay: 

Coming 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


33 




28 
19 
28 
11 

86 


147 


Boone: 

Harrison 


45 
3 


Crittenden: 
Earl 




Piggot 




Rector 




Miscellaneous 




Miscellaneous- 

Total 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


130 


Total 


48 


157 






1 





168 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Table U. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

AEKANSAS— Continued 



County and city 



Cross: 

Parkin 

Wynne 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Dallas: 

Fordyce 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Desha: 

Arkansas City. 

Dumas 

McQehee 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Drew: 

Monticello 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Faulkner: 

Conway 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Franklin: 

Ozark 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 

Fulton: Miscellaneous.. 

Garland: 

Hot Springs 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Grant: 

Sheridan .... 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Greene: 

Paragould 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hempstead: 

Hope 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hot Springs: Malvern. 

Howard: 

Dierks 

Nashville 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Independence: 

Batesville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



136 



95 



County and city 



Izard: Miscellaneous 

Jackson: 

Newport -- 

Miscellaneous - 



Total. 



Jefferson: 

' Pine Bluff 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



173 



122 
6 



128 



Johnson: 

Clarksville 

Coal HUl 

Miscellaneous- 



23 



703 

4 



707 



131 

4 



135 



179 
20 



199 



110 
26 



136 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



126 
53 



179 



929 
62 



991 



Lafayette: 

LewisvUle 

Stamps 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Lawrence: 

Hoxie 

Walnut Ridge - 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Lee: 



Marianna 

Miscellaneous - 



Total 

Lincoln: Miscellaneous. 



Little River: 

Ashdown 

Foreman 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



129 
19 



148 



Logan: 

Booneville 

Paris 

Miscellaneous- 



Total - 



Lonoke: 

England - 

Lonoke 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



38 



53 



Madison: Miscellaneous 
Marion: Miscellaneous.. 

Miller: 

Texarkana 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Mississippi: 

Blytheville 

Leachville 

Luxora -. 

Manila.- 

Osceola 

Wilson 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



187 



494 
22 



516 



268 
22 
27 
18 

103 
32 
56 



526 



County and city 



Monroe: 

Brinkley 

Clarendon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Montgomery: Miscella- 
neous 



Nevada: 

Prescott 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Ouachita: 

Bearden 

Camden 

Stephens 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Total. 



Pike: 



Glenwood 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Poinsett: 

Harrisburg 

Lepanto 

Marked Tree.. 

Trumann 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Polk: 

Mena 

Miscellaneous- 



Total - 



Pope: 

Atkins 

Russellville-.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Prairie: 

Des Arc 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



201 



Perry: Miscellaneous — 



Phillips: 

Helena 

West Helena.. 
Miscellaneous. 



95 



14 

241 ] 

231 

441 



3221 
14] 



28 
103 



139 



Pulaski: 

Levy. 

Little Rock 

North Little Rock. 
M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Randolph: 

Pocahontas — 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



St. Francis: 

Forrest City.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



7 

3,645 

348 

46 



4,046 



22 



138 
69 

207 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



169 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

ARKANSAS— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Saline: 

Bauxite 


21 

65 

1 


Sharp: Miscellaneous... 
Stone: Miscellaneous 

Union: 

Calion 

El Dorado 

Griffin 


9 

7 


White— Continued. 
Searcy 


114 


Benton 

Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


42 


12 

885 

8 

27 

53 
130 

48 


230 


Total 


87 


Woodrufl: 








Scott: 


17 
2 


Huttig 


48 




Norphlet 


Cotton Plant 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


40 




Smackover. 


33 




Miscellaneous 




Total 


19 


121 




1,163 


Yell: 




Searcy: Miscellaneous... 


6 


VanBuren: Miscellane- 
ous 




6 


21 
35 


Sebastian: 


1,018 
11 
39 


Miscellaneous 

Total 




Washington: 




Hartford . 


196 
38 
21 


56 


Miscellaneous 


Total Arkansas... 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables . 






16,365 


Total 


1,068 


M iscellaneous 

Total . . 








90 
6 
14 


255 






White: 

Bald Knob 




Horatio 


16 
34 
24 


552 




Total in general 










Total 


110 


Judsonia. 


15, 813 







CALIFORNIA 



Alameda: 

Alameda 

Albany 

Berkeley 

Emeryville 

Hay ward 

Livermore 

Niles 

Oakland 

Piedmont 

Pleasanton 

San Leandro.. 
Miscellaneous 

Total -. 

Amador: 

Jackson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Butte: 

Chico 

Gridley.- 

Oroville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Calaveras: 

San Andreas.. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Colusa: 

Arbuckle 

Colusa 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



2,365 

105 

6,754 

96 

409 

247 

47 

16, 231 

1,349 

85 

475 

377 



28,540 



81 
151 



507 
105 

285 
136 

1, 0331 



32 
149 



181 



65 
228 
200 



Contra Costa: 

Antioch.. 

Bay Point 

Concord 

Crockett 

El Cerrito 

Martinez 

Pittsburg 

Richmond 

Walnut Creek 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Del Norte: 

Crescent City. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Eldorado: 

Placerville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Fresno: 

Clovis 

Coalinga 

Fowler 

Fresno 

Kingsburg 

Reedley 

Sanger 

Selma 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Glenn: 

Orland 

Willows 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



162 

96 

140 

361 

42 

494 

456 

1,121 

99 

617 



3,588 



116 



161 
53 



44 
361 

46 
,135 

68 
141 
145 
131 
415 



4,486 



64 
209 

85 



Humboldt: 

Areata 

Eureka 

Fortuna 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Imperial: 

Brawley 

Calexico 

Calipatria 

El Centre 

Holtville 

Imperial 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Inyo: 

Bishop. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Kern: 

Bakersfield 

Delano. 

Fellows 

Maricopa 

Taft 

Wasco 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



358 



Kings: 

Corcoran 

Hanford 

Lemoore 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



163 

874 

55 

528 

1,620 



448 
285 



583 
111 



138 



1,741 



104 
114 



131 
111 
155 
814 
89 
542 



3.931 



127 
399 
97 
43 



170 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

CALIFORNIA— Continued 



County and city 



Lake: 

Lakeport - 

Miscellaneous- 
Total -. 



Lassen: 

Susanville 

VVestwood 

Miscellaneous- 
Total - 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



75 
122 



197 



Los Angeles: 

Alhambra 

Arcadia -. 

Artesia— 

Avalon— 

Azusa 

Baldwin Park 

Bell 

Bellflower 

Belvedere 

Beverly Hills 

Burbank 

Claremont.— 

Compton 

Covina 

Culver City- 

Downey 

El Monte 

El Segundo 

Gardena - 

Glendale 

Glendora 

Hawthorne 

Hermosa 

Huntington Park.. 

Tnglewood 

Lancaster... 

La Verne 

Lawndale 

Lennox 

Lomita 

Long Beach 

Los .\ngeles City.. 

Lynwood , 

Manhattan 

Maywocd 

Moneta..- 

Monrovia 

Montebello- 

Monterey Park 

Montrose 

Newhall 

Norwalk 

Pomona 

Pasadena 

Puente— 

Redondo 

Rosemead.- 

San Dimas- 

San Fernando 

Santa Fe Springs — 

San Gabriel 

San Marino 

Santa Anita 

Santa Monica 

Sherman 

Sierra Madre 

Southgate 

South Pasadena.. 

Torrance 

Tujunga 

Vernon 

Walnut 

Whittier 



228 

228 

24 



480 



,524 

209 

88 

132 

158 

88 

267 

155 

14 

,775 

548 

355 

362 

442 

400 

196 

210 

134 

176 

,833 

227 

111 

198 

,398 

756 

88 

177 

48 

5 

132 

',880 

',193 

175 

89 

177 

28 

578 

263 

177 

89 

41 

154 

879 

',384 

177 

351 

88 

109 

353 

62 

418 

529 

6 

2,316 

228 

199 

354 

1,254 

400 

88 

48 

132 

1,341 



County and city 



Los Angeles — Contd. 

Willowbrook 

Wilmar 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Madera: 

Madera.- -. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Marin: 

Corte Madera 

Larkspur 

Mill Valley 

Ross--- 

San Anselmo 

San Rafael 

Sausalito- 

Miscellaneous , 

Total 

Mariposa: Miscellane- 
ous .- 

Mendocino: 

Fort Bragg 

Ukiah 

Willits 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Merced: 

Gustine 

Los Banos 

Merced- 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Modoc: 

Alturus 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Mono: Miscellaneous... 



Monterey: 

Carmel 

King City 

Monterey 

Pacific Grove. 

Salinas 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



30 

48 
3,471 



132, 314 



Napa: 

Calistoga 

Napa. 

St. Helena 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Nevada: 

Grass Valley.. 
Nevada City.. 

Truckee 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



237 
94 



331 



51 
63 
285 
136 
323 
589 
321 
350 



2,118 



105 



197 
171 
56 
146 



161 
171 
551 
265 



1,148 



110 
107 



217 



10 



247 
135 
570 
228 
798 
328 



2,306 



67 
475 



63 
699 



152 

77 
62 
64 



County and city 



355 



Orange: 

Anaheim 

Balboa 

Brea 

Buena Park 

Costa Mesa 

El Modena 

Fullerton. 

Garden Grove 

Huntington Beach. - 

Laguna Beach 

La Habra- 

Newport Beach 

Orange 

Placentia 

Santa Ana 

Seal Beach 

Tustin..- 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total- 

Placer: 

Auburn 

Lincoln 

Roseville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pliunas: Miscellaneous. 



Riverside: 

Banning 

Beaumont 

Blythe 

Coachella 

Corona 

Elsinore 

Hemet.. 

Indio 

Norco 

Palm Springs. 

Perris.- 

Riverside 

San Jacinto 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Sacramento: 

Folsom City.. 
Isleton 

Sacramento... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



San Benito: 

Hollister 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



San Bernardino: 

Barstow 

Bloomington 

Chino 

Colton 

Cucamonga 

Etiwanda 

Fontana 

Needles.- 

Ontario 

Redlands 

Rialto 

San Bernardino. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



1,022 

88 

155 

89 

48 

1 

1,031 

132 

390 

131 

264 

48 

713 

153 

2,302 

48 

132 

230 



6,977 



171 
108 
304 
278 



861 
"362 



38 
36 
28 

176 
88 

132 

110 
11 
88 
27 
1,600 
88 

297 



2,807 



61 

42 

5,320 

521 



5,944 



342 
92 



434 



23 
132 

262 
88 
25 
89 
262 
529 
877 
88 
1,340 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



171 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



CALIFORNIA— Continued 



County and city 



San Bernardino— Contd. 

Upland 

Victor ville 

Yucaipa 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



San Diego: 

Carlsbad 

Chula Vista... 

Coronado 

El Cajon 

Encinitas 

Escondido 

La Mesa 

National City. 

Oceanside 

San Diefco 

San Ysidro 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



San Francisco: 
Francisco 



San 



San Joaquin: 

Lodi... 

Manteca 

Stockton 

Tracy 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



San Luis Obispo; 

Arroyo Grande 

Atascadero 

Paso Robles 

Pismo Beach 

San Luis Obispo.. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



San Mateo: 

Burlingame 

Daly City 

Redwood City 

San Bruno 

San Carlos 

San Mateo 

South San Francisco. 
Miscellaneous— 

Total 

Santa Barbara: 

Carpinteria 

Lompoc 

Montecito 

Santa Barbara 

Santa Maria 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



374 
43 
17 

650 



4,887 



45 
177 
307 

48 

44 
158 
109 
132 
132 
7,336 

^25 
561 



9,074 



60, 988 



494 

74 

2,989 

323 

302 



4,182 



49 
48 
177 
32 
591 
196 



1,093 



1,558 
124 
551 
106 
46 

1,254 
190 
532 



4,361 



156 
219 
13 
2,985 
532 
402 



62320—31- 



4,307 



-12 



County and city 



Santa Clara: 

Qilroy 

Los Gatos 

Mayfleld 

Mountain View 

Palo Alto 

San Jose 

Santa Clara 

Sunnyvale 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Santa Cruz: 

Santa Cruz.. 

Watsonville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Shasta: 

Anderson 

Redding 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sierra: Miscellaneous.. 



Siskiyou: 

Dunsmuir 

Mount Shasta. 

Weed , 

Yreka. 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Solano: 

Benicia 

Dixon 

Fairfield 

Rio Vista 

Vacaville 

Vallejo... 

Suisun 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sonoma: 

Healdsburg 

Petaluma 

Santa Rosa... 

Sebastopol 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Stanislaus: 

Modesto 

Newman 

Oakdale 

Turlock 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



221 

361 

59 

171 

1,596 

3,689 

247 

87 

538 



703 
665 
127 



1,495 



22 
239 
102 



363 



228 
66 
94 
104 
375 



136 
132 
45 
190 
152 
874 
139 
105 



1,773 



247 
874 
798 
171 
400 



2,490 



969 
219 
100 
285 
384 



1,957 



County and city 



Num. 
ber of 
returns 



Sutter: 

Yuba City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Tehama: 

Corning 

Red Bluff 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Trinity: Miscellaneous.. 

Tulare: 

Dinuba 

Exeter 

Lindsay. 

PorterviUe 

Tulare 

Visalia 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Tuolumne: 

Sonora 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ventura: 

Fillmore 

Ojai 

Oxnard 

Piru 

Santa Paula 

Saticoy 

Ventura 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Yolo: 

Davis 

Woodland 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Yuba: 

Marysville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Total California... 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 



Total in general 
tables 



228 
165 



393 



94 
190 
80 



364 
46 



124 
209 
323 
380 
437 
513 
307 



2,293 



199 
203 



402 



287 
175 
464 

33 
439 

30 

1,307 

408 



3,143 



85 
418 
334 



837 



494 
76 



570 



318, 603 



9,556 



309, 047 



172 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



COLORADO 



County and city 



Adams: 

Brighton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Alamosa: 

Alamosa 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Arapahoe: 

Englewood 

Littleton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Archuleta:Miscellaneous 

Baca: 

Springfield 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Bent: 

Las Animas..., 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Boulder: 

Boulder , 

Lafayette 

Longmont 

Louiseville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Chaffee: 

Salida 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Cheyenne: Miscellane- 
ous 



Clear Creek: 

Idaho Springs. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total , 



Conejos: Miscellaneous. 
Costilla: Miscellaneous.. 

Crowley: 

Ordway 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Custer: Miscellaneous- 
Delta: 

Delta. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Denver: Denver 

Dolores: Miscellaneous. 
Douglas: Miscellaneous. 
Eagle: Miscellaneous... 
Elbert: Miscellaneous... 



77 
152 



229 



193 

7 



200 



106 
114 

48 



268 
34 



46 



134 
42 



176 



476 
42 

251 
35 
33 



837 



219 
26 



245 



27 



49 



100 
87 



187 



16,642 
24 
67 
107 
35 



County and city 



El Paso: 



Colorado Springs... 
Manitou 


2,066 
53 


M iscellaneous 


98 


Total 


2.217 






Fremont: 

Canon City.. 


222 


Florence. 


112 


Miscellaneous 


40 


Total 


374 






Garfield: 

Glenwood Springs... 
Rifle . 


103 
46 


Miscellaneous 


49 


Total 


198 



Gilpin: Miscellaneous... 
Grand: Miscellaneous... 

Gunnison: 

Crested Butte 

Gunnison 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Hinsdale: Miscellaneous 

Huerfano: 

Walsenburg _.. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Jackson: Miscellaneous. 

Jefferson: 

Arvada 

Edgewater 

Golden 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Kiowa: Miscellaneous.. - 

Kit Carson: 

Burlington 

Miscellaneous — 



Total. 



Lake: 

Leadville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



La Plata: 

Durango 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Larimer: 

Fort Collins... 

Loveland 

Miscellaneous. 

Total - 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Las Animas: 

Aguilar 

Delagua 

Trinidad 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



24 
122 
67 



203 



161 
93 



72 



113 
102 



385 



65 



222 

22 



244 



228 
29 



257 



478 
146 
167 



791 



16 

32 

426 

125 



598 



County and city 



Lincoln: 

Limon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Logan: 

Sterling , 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Mesa: 

Fruita 

Grand Junction. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total 

Mineral: Miscellaneous. 

Moffat: 

Craig 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Montezuma: Miscella- 
neous- 



Montrose: 

Montrose 

Miscellaneous. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total. 



Morgan: 

Brush 

Fort Morgan.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total -. 



Otero: 

La Junta 

Rocky Ford... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Ouray: Miscellaneous... 

Park: Miscellaneous — 

Phillips: 

Haxton 

Holyoke... 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Pitkin: 

Aspen.. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Prowers: 

Lamar.-- 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Pueblo: 

Pueblo 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



173 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



COLORADO— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- ! 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Rio Blanco: 


53 

7 


San Juan: 

Silverton 


49 
104 


Weld: 

Eaton 


130 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Fort Lupton _ 


71 
538 




60 


153 


Windsor 


Total --- 


San Miguel: Micella- 


63 




69 

219 

3 


48 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


335 




Sedgwick: 


1 137 


Monte Vista 


45 
30 


Yuma: 






Miscellaneous — 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


53 


Total 


291 


75 


Yuma 


37 




Summit: Miscellaneous. 

Teller: 

Cripple Creek 

Victor 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


20 


Routt: 


43 
53 
96 


32 


110 


Steamboat Springs- 
Miscellaneous 


47 

51 

8 

106 


Total Colorado..- 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 




32, 168 


Total 


192 


Miscellaneous 

Total 




;Saguache: 




95 
40 
46 


Washington: 

Akron 






36 
12 


900 


Miscellaneous. 


Total, in general 
tables. - 




Miscellaneous 

Total 




Total 


181 


48 


31,268 











CONNECTICUT 



Fairfield: 

Bethel 

Bridgeport 

Danbury 

Darien.. 

Easton... 

Fairfield 

Greenwich 

Monroe 

New Canaan.., 

Newtown 

Norwalk 

Redding. 

Ridgefield 

Shelton 

Stamford 

Stratford 

Trumbull 

Westport 

Wilton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Hartford: 

Avon 

Berlin 

Bloomfleld 

Bristol 

Burlington. 

Canton 

East Granby 

East Hartford... 
East Windsor... 

Enfield 

Farmington 

Glastonbury 

Granby 

Hartford 

Manchester 

New Britain 

Newington 

Plainville 

Rocky Hill 

Simsbury 

Southington.. . 
South Windsor. 
Suflield 



57 

165 

97 

1,273 

2 

91 

24 

700 

132 

394 

330 

237 

30 

12, 667 

1,002 

2,746 

75 

259 

65 

213 

316 

52 

159 



Hartford— Continued 
West Hartford-... 

Wethersfield 

Windsor 

Windsor Locks 

Miscellaneous 

Total -. 

Litchfield: 

Kent.... 

Litchfield 

New Hartford 

New Milford 

Norfolk 

North Canaan 

Plymouth. , 

Salisbury 

Sharon 

Thomaston 

Torrington 

Washington 

Watertown 

Winsted 

Woodbury 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Middlesex: 

Chester 

Clinton.. 

Cromwell 

Durham.. 

East Haddam 

East Hampton... 

Essex 

Haddam.- 

Middlefield 

Middletown 

Old Saybrook 

Portland 

Saybrook 

West Brook 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



3,027 

567 

423 

159 

3 



25, 265 



73 
206 

48 
225 
115 
111 
159 
166 

64 

204 

1,034 

93 
320 
428 

80 
102 



3,428 



57 
72 
82 
17 
64 
105 
134 
50 
30 
1,095 
67 
188 
105 
29 
2 



2,097 



New Haven: 

Ansonia 

Beacon Falls 

Branford 

Cheshire 

Derby 

East Haven 

Guilford.. 

Hamden 

Madison 

Meriden 

Middlebury 

Milford 

Naugatuck 

New Haven 

North Branford. 
North Haven... 

Orange.- 

Oxford.. 

Seymour 

Southbury 

Wallingford 

Water bury 

West Haven 

Woodbridge 

Miscellaneous... 



964 

49 

412 

146 

492 

213 

120 

606 

88 

2,080 

57 

545 

677 

10, 812 

21 

118 

64 

2 

277 

30 

753 

5,096 

1,104 

50 

n 

Total ' 24,787 



New London: 

Colchester 

East Lyme 

Groton 

Jewett City and 

Griswold 

Lebanon 

Ledyard 

Montville 

New London 

North Stonington... 

Norwich 

Old Lyme 

Sprague 

Stonington 

Waterford. 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



28 

60 

200 

118 

6 

17 

60 

1,589 

10 

1,377 

37 

68 

444 

87 

84 



4,185 



174 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing- 
number of returns — Continued 



C ONNE C TIC UT— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Tolland: 


26 
21 
29 

341 

35 
196 
12 
28 
39 


Windham: 

Brooklyn 


20 

279 

189 

65 

272 

23 

63 

523 
17 
34 


Miscellaneous for State: 
Residents of other 
States 






Danielson and Kill- 


66& 




Total Connecticut 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 






Plainfield 






83, 406- 


Rockville and Ver- 


Pomfret 




non 






Somers.. 






Stafford 


Thompson 


1, 35T 


Tolland. 


Willimantic and 

Windham. 

Woodstock 


Total in general 
tables 






Willington 




Miscellaneous 


82, 049 


Miscellaneous. 

Total 




Total 


727 


1,485 











DELAWARE 



Kent: 

Camden 


12 
39 
350 
24 
10 
50 
80 
26 
46 


New Castle— Continued 

Marshallton 

Middletown 

Newark 


77 

120 

230 

168 

53 

50 

45 

7,225 

19 

303 


Susses— Continued 


137 


Clayton. 


Milford 


175. 


Dover 


Millsboro 


22 


Felton 


New Castle 


Milton 


20 


Frederica 


Newport 


Rehoboth 


3» 


Harrington 


Richardson Park . . . 
Townsend 


Seaford 


89 


Smyrna 




34 


Wyoming. 


Wilmington . . 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


5& 


Miscellaneous 








Miscellaneous 

Total 




Total 


637 


833 


New Castle: 


160 
36 
59 
25 
80 
12 
47 


8,709 


Total Delaware... 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 


10,179- 




Sussex: 




Delaware City 

Edgemoor 


56 
52 
66 
20 
68 




Elmhurst.. 


Delmar ... 


399- 






Total in general 
tables 




Hillcrest 


Greenwood 




Hollyoak 


Laurel 


9, 780> 











DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



City 



Number 
of returns 



Washington 

Returns, Form 1040, showing no net income, not Included in general tables 

Total in general tables.. 



48, 674 
687 



48, 087' 



FLORIDA 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Alachua: 

Oainesville.. 


252 
29 
71 


Bradford: 

Starke 


33 

12 


Broward: 


24 


High Springs 

M iscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Deerfleld 

Fort Lauderdale 

Hallandale. 


3 


45 


21S 




352 






Brevard: 


10 


Baker: Miscellaneous... 


14 


109 
86 
85 

106 

386 


Hollywood 

Pompano 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


83 

38 

6 


Bay: 

Millvillc . 


4 
75 
12 


Mclhcurne... 

Titusville 






Panama City 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


379 


Miscellaneous 


Calhoun: Blountstown. 




Total 


91 


12-- 









STATISTICS OF INCOME 



175 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 19S9, by counties, cities, andltownships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



FLORIDA— Continued 



County and city 



■Charlotte: 

Punta Gorda 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

■Citrus: 

Inverness 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

€lay: 

Green Cove Springs. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Collier: Miscellaneous. - 

Columbia: 

Lake City.-. 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Dade: 

Coral Gables.. 

Hialeah 

Homestead 

Miami. 

Miami Beach. 
South Miami. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



De Soto: 

Arcadia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Dixie: 

Cross City 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Duval: 

Jacksonville 

South Jacksonville. 
M iscellaneous 



Total. 



iEscambia: 

Pensacola 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Flagler: Miscellaneous. 

Franklin : 

-^palaehicola. 



Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Gadsden: 

Quincy. 

Havana 

River Junction. 
Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



64 



116 

7 



123 



356 

37 

65 

4,334 

507 

17 



101 
13 



23 



196 
121 



6,015 



1,017 

58 



1,075 
21 



128 
16 
22 
12 

178 



County and city 



G ilchrist : M iscellaneous. 
Glades: Miscellaneous.. 
Gulf: Miscellaneous 

Hamilton: 

Jasper. 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Hardee: 

Bowling Green 

Wauchula 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hendry: Miscellaneous. 

Hernando: 

Brooksville.- 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Highlands: 

Avon Park 

Sebring 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Hillsborough: 

Plant City 

Port Tampa City. 

Tampa 

West Tampa 

Ybor City 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Holmes: 

Bonifay 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Indian River: 

Vero Beach 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jackson: 

Graceville 

Marianna 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jefferson: 

Monticello 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



36 



36 



63 



126 



133 
16 
,200 
19 
43 
56 



18 



117 



106 



26 



34 



Lafayette: Miscellaneous 

Lake: " 

Clermont 

Eustis-. 

Leesburg 

Mount Dora... 

Tavares.. 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



37 
140 
161 
59 
23 
126 



County and city 



Lee: 



Fort Myers 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Leon: 

Tallahassee 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Levy: 

Cedar Keys... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Liberty: Miscellaneous . 

Madison: 

Madison 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Manatee: 

Bradenton 

Manatee 

Palmetto 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Marion: 

Dunnellon 

Ocala 

Miscellaneous. 

Total -. 



Martin: 

Stuart 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Monroe: 

Key West 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Nassau: 

Fernandina... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Okaloosa: Miscellaneous 

Okeechobee: 

Okeechobee 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



293 

28 



321 



292 
2 



294 



62 



246 
34 
53 
40 



373 



35 

282 

61 



97 



177 
8 

185 



92 



30 



Orange: 

Apopka 

Orlando 

Winter Garden. 

Winter Park 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



29 

1,231 

66 

186 
109 

1,621 



176 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



FLORIDA— Continued 



County and city 



Osceola: 

Kissimmee 

St. Cloud 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Palm Beach: 

Boynton 

Delray 

Lake Worth 

Pahokee 

Palm Beach 

AVest Palm Beach 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pasco: 

Dade City.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pinellas: 

Clearwater 

Dunedin 

LargO- 

St. Petersburg 

Tarpon Springs... 
M iscellaneous 

Total 

Polk: 

Auburndale. 

Bartow 

Fort Meade. 

Frostproof 

Haines City 

Lakeland 

Lake Wales 

Mulberry 

Winter Haven 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



27 

62 

118 

1 

377 

1,134 



109 



358 
57 
27 
2,019 
106 
74 



2,641 



29 
164 
23 
24 
79 
411 
163 
46 
256 
145 



1,340 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 

returns 



Putnam: 

Crescent City 

Palatka. 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

St. Johns: 

St. Augustine. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

St. Lucie: 

Fort Pierce... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Santa Rosa: 

Milton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sarasota: 

Sarasota 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Seminole: 

Oviedo 

Sanford 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sumter: 

W ildwood 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 



40 
196 
42 



278 



592 
132 



724 

214 
8 

222 

44 



72 



316 
32 



348 



23 

328 

49 



400 



68 



County and city 



Suwanee: 

Live Oak 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Taylor: 

Perry 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Union: Miscellaneous... 

Volusia: 

Daytona 

Deland 

Holly Hill 

New Smyrna 

Ormond.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Wakulla: Miscellaneous. 

Walton: 

De Funiak Springs.. 
M iscellaneous 

Total 

Washington: 

Caryville 

Chipley 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Total, Florida 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



GEORGIA 



Appling: 

Baxley 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Atkinson: 

Willacoochee 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bacon: 

Alma 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Baker: Miscellaneous. 

Baldwin: 

Milledgeville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Banks: Miscellaneous 



35 



12 



Barrow: 

Winder 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Bartow: 

Atco 

Cartersville 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Ben Hill: Fitzgerald 

Berrien: 

Nashville 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Bibb: 

Macon 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Bleckley: Cochran.. 



28 



3 

132 

10 



145 

82 



23 



1,824 
14 



1,838 



26 



Brantley: Miscellaneous 

Brooks: 

Quitman 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bryan: Miscellaneous... 

Bulloch: 

Statesboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Burke: 

Waynesboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Butts: 

Jackson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



177 



Table 11. — Indii^idual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



GEORGIA— Continued 



County and city 



Calhoun: 
Arlington. 
Edison 



Total 

Camden: Miscellaneous. 

Campbell: 

Eairburn 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Candler: Metter. 



Carroll: 

Bowden 

CarroUton 

Villa Rica 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 


99 


Catoosa: Miscellaneous. 
Charlton: Miscellaneous. 

Chatham: 

Savannah 




5 
17 


3,190 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


26 


3,216 


Chattahoochee: 

Fort Benning 

Miscellaneous 

Total 




38 
2 


40 


Chattooga: 

Summerville 

Trion 




9 
10 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


3 


22 


Cherokee: 

Canton 




61 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


9 


70 


Clarke: 

Athens 




445 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


6 


450 


Clay: 

Fort Gaines... 




9 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


3 


12 


Clayton: 

Jonesboro.. 




19 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


13 


32 


Clinch: 

Homerville 




20 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


8 


28 







Num- 
ber of 
returns 



County and city 



Cobb: 

Acworth 

Marietta 

Roswell.- 

Smyrna 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 


292 






Coffee: 

Douglas 


67 


Miscellaneous 


7 


Total -- 


74 






Colquitt: 

Moultrie 


125 


Miscellaneous 


18 


Total 


143 






Columbia: |Miscellane- 
ous... 


12 






Cook: 

Adel 


10 


M iscell aneous 


3 


Total 


13 






Coweta: 

QrantvUle.. 


10 


Newnan 


178 


Miscellaneous 


6 


Total 


194 






Crawford: Miscellane- 
ous 


2 






Crisp: 

Cordele 


111 


Miscellaneous 


2 


Total 


113 






Dade: Miscellaneous 


7 


Decatur: 

Bainbridge 


126 


Miscellaneous 


26 


Total 


151 






De Kalb: 

Decatur 


591 


Emory University. . 
Lithonia 


60 
23 


Stone Mountain 

Miscellaneous 


21 
122 


Total 


807 






Dodge: 

Eastman. ... 


39 


Miscellaneous 


6 


Total 


44 


Dooly: 

Unadilla 


10 


Vienna 


11 


Miscellaneous 


10 


Total 


31 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



10 

218 

7 

24 

33 



County and city 



Dougherty: 

Albany 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Douglas: 

Douglasville.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Early: 

Blakely 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Echols: Miscellaneous.. 
Effingham: Miscellane- 
ous 



Elbert: 

Elberton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Emanuel: 

Swainsboro 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Evans: 

Claxton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fannin: 

Blue Ridge 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fayette: Miscellaneous.. 

Floyd: 

Lindale 

Rome... 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Forsyth: Miscellaneous. 

Franklin: 

Canon •.. 

Lavonia 

Royston 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Fulton: 

Atlanta 

Chattahoochee. 
CoUege Park... 

East Point 

Hapeville 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total 

Gilmer: Miscellaneous.. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



17 



47 



25 



28 



23 

437 

23 



483 



15, 062 

12 

130 

135 

62 

40 



15, 441 



' Canon is shown in 1930 population to be in 2 comities— Hart and Franklin— with a total population of 
B68 for 1930, as compared with 1,132 for 1920. 



178 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



GEORGIA— Continued 



County and city 



GIascock:Miscellaneous. 

Glynn: 

Brunswick 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Gordon: 

Calhoun 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Grady: 

Cairo 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Greene: 

Greensboro 

Union Point.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Gwinnett: 

Buford 

Lawrenceville. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Habersham: 

Cornelia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Hall: 

Gainesville 

New Holland. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Hancock: 

Sparta 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Haralson: 

Bremen 

Tallapoosa 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Harris: Miscellaneous 
Hart: 

Canon. (See Frank- 
lin County.) 

Hartwell 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Henry: 

Hampton 

McDonough.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Houston: 

Perry 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



241 
35 



276 



40 



31 



37 



76 



30 



168 
5 
5 



178 



17 



24 



28 



County and city 



Irwin: 



Ocilla 


9 


Miscellaneous 


2 


Total 


11 






Jackson: 

Commerce 


33 


Jefferson . . 


9 


Miscellaneous 


7 


Total 


49 






Jasper: 

Monticello 


19 


M iscell aneous 


11 


Total 


30 






Jeff Davis: Hazelhurst.. 


26 


Jefferson: 

Louisville 


18 


Wadley - 


9 


Wrens .- 


8 


Miscellaneous — - . . 


8 


Total 


43 






Jenkins: 

Millen 


55 


Miscellaneous 


3 


Total 


58 






Johnson: 

Wrightsville 

Miscellaneous - 


12 
1 


Total - 


13 






Jones: Miscellaneous 


10 


Lamar: 

Barnes ville 


53 


Miscellaneous 


5 


Total - 


58 






Lanier: 

Lakeland 


3 


Miscellaneous 


1 


Total.. .- - 


4 






Laurens: 

Dublin 


91 


Miscellaneous 


7 


Total... 


98 






Lee: Miscellaneous 

Liberty: Miscellaneous. _ 
Lincoln: Miscellaneous.- 
Long: Miscellaneous 


4 
15 
15 

8 


Lowndes: 

Valdosta 


293 


Miscellaneous 


11 


Total.. .- - 


304 






McDuflie: Thomson 


33 


McIntosh:Miscellaneous 


25 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



County and city 



Macon: 

Marshallville-. 
Montezuma... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Madison: 

Comer 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Marion: 

Buena Vista.. 
Miscellaneous- 



Total- 



Meri wether: 

Manchester 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Miller: Miscellaneous.. 
Milton: Miscellaneous. 

Mitchell: 

Camilla 

Pelham 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Monroe: 

Forsyth 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Montgomery: 
laneous 



Miscel- 



M organ: 

Madison 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Murray: Miscellaneous. 

Muscogee: 

Columbus 

Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Newton: 

Covington 

Porterdale 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Oconee: Miscellaneous. 
Oglethrope: Miscellane- 
ous 

Paulding: Dallas 



Peach: 

Port Valley.-.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



27 



1,335 
6 



1,341 



65 I 
6 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



179 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

GEORGIA— Continued 



County and city 



Pickens: Miscellaneous. 

Pierce: 

Blackshear 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pike: Miscellaneous 

Polk: 

Aargon. 

Cedartown 

Rockmart 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pulaski: 

Hawkins ville . - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Putnam :Eatonton 

Quitman: Miscellaneous- 
Rabun: Miscellaneous.. 

Randolph: 

Cuthbert 

Shellman.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Richmond: 

Augusta 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rockdale: 

Conyers 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Schley: Miscellaneous.. 

Screven: 

Sylvania 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Seminole: 

Donalsonville 

Miscellaneous 

Total -. 

Spalding: 

Griffin 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Stephens: 

Toccoa... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Stewart: 

Lumpkin 

Richland- 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



38 



39 



27 



3 
116 
37 

1 



157 



32 



53 



1,683 



1,691 



28 



7 

237 
9 

246 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Sumter: 

Americus 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Talbot: 

Talbotton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Taliaferro: Miscellane- 
ous 

Tattnall: 

Glennville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Taylor: Miscellaneous.. 

Telfair: 

Lumber City 

McRae 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Terrell: 

Dawson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Thomas: 

Boston... 

Meigs 

Thomasvllle 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Tift: 

Tifton 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Toombs: 

Lyons 

Vidalia 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Treutlen: Soperton 

Troup: 

Hogansville 

Lagrange 

West Point 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Turner: 

Ashburn... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Twiggs: Miscellaneous- 
Union: Miscellaneous... 

Upson: 

Thomaston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



193 
19 



212 



22 



26 



25 



7 

5 

249 

2 



263 



14 

273 

113 

3 



10 



County and city 



Walker: 

Chickamauga 

La Fayette 

Rossville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Walton: 

Monroe 

Social Circle. 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Ware: 

Waycross 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Warren: 

Warrenton 

Miscellaneous , 

Total 

Washington: 

Sandersville 

Tennille 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wayne: 

Jesup 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Webster: Miscellaneous 
Wheeler: Miscellaneous 
White: Miscellaneous.. 

Whitfield: 

Dalton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wilcox: 

Abbeville 

Rochelle 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wilkes: 

Washington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wilkinson: 

Gordon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Worth: 

Sylvester 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Total Georgia 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total In general 
tables 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



45 

280 

_8 

288 



42 
21 
10 



73 



153 



159 



19 



47 



37 



33, 333 



1,044 



32, 289 



180 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



HAWAII 



County and city- 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num-i 
ber of" 
returns 


Hawaii: 
Hilo 


370 

282 


Kauai: Miscellaneous.. . 

Maui: 

Wailuku 


288 


Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 




Miscellaneous 


153 
426 






652 






Miscellaneous 

Total 


Total in general 
tables 








Honolulu: 

Honolulu 


6,378 
563 




579 


8,210 


Miscellaneous - 


Total Hawaii 






Total 


6,941 


8,460 









IDAHO 

Canyon: 

Caldwell 

Narapa _. 

Miscellaneous. _ 

Total 

Caribou: Miscellaneous. 

Cassia: 

Burley _ 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Clark: Miscellaneous... 

Clearwater: 

Orofino 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Custer: Miscellaneous.. 

Elmore: 

Glenns Ferry 

Mountain Home 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Franklin: 

Preston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Fremont: 

Ashton 

St. Anthony 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gem: 

Emmett 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gooding: 

Gooding 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



Ada: 

Boise 

Meridian 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Adams: Miscellaneous. 

Bannock: 

Pocatello 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bear Lake: 

Montpelier 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Benewah: 

St. Maries 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Bingham: 

Blackfoot 

Shelley 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Blaine: Miscellaneous. 
Boise: Miscellaneous... 

Bonner: 

Sandpoint 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bonneville: 

Idaho Falls 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Boundary: 

Bonners Ferry 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Butte: Miscellaneous.. 
Camas: M iscellaneous . 



1,347 
25 
26 



980 
65 



1,045 



122 



115 
27 
47 



150 
70 



220 



447 
6 



175 

221 

55 



451 
56 



150 
21 



171 
25 



100 
148 
66 



140 



104 



Idaho: 

Grange ville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jefferson: 

Rigby 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jerome: 

Jerome 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kootenai: 

Coeur d'Alene 

Spirit Lake 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Latah: 

Moscow 

Potlatch 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lemhi: 

Salmon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lewis: Miscellaneous 

Lincoln: 

Shoshone 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Madison: 

Rexburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Minidoka: 

Rupert 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



181 



'Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



IDAHO— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Nez Perce: 


503 
32 


Shoshone: 


389 
216 
417 
236 


Washington: 

Weiser 


134 




Mullan. 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


10 








Total 


535 




144 






Total 


Miscellaneous for State: 
Residents of other 
States 




-Oneida: Malad City 

•Owyhee: Miscellaneous. 

•Payette: 

Payette 


36 

27 


1,258 




Teton: Miscellaneous... 

Twin Falls: 

Buhl 




24 


222 


105 
34 


134 
82 

470 
93 


Total Idaho 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables . .. 


10, 095 


Miscellaneous 




139 


Filer 






Twin Falls 










30 
8 


Miscellaneous _. 

Total - 


265 


American Falls 


^ Total in general 




779 






Valley: Miscellaneous . . 


9,830 


Total 


38 


77 









ILLINOIS 



-Adams: 

Quincy 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

-Alexander: 

Cairo 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

-Bond: 

Greenville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Soone: 

Belvedere 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

3rown: 

Mount Sterling 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

IBureau: 

Depue 

Ladd.- 

Princeton 

Spring Valley 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

<3alhoun: Miscellaneous 

Carroll: 

Lanark 

Mount Carroll 

Savanna 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



1,385 
80 



1,465 



405 
27 



432 



100 



199 
22 



49 



56 

16 

220 

110 

185 



587 



31 

66 
176 
54 



Cass: 

Ashland. 

Beardstown... 

Virginia. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Champaign: 

Champaign... 

Rantoul 

Urbana 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Christian: 

Assumption.. 

Kincaid 

Pana 

Stonington 

Taylorville... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clark: 

Casey 

Marshall 

Martinsville.. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clay: 

Flora 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clinton: 

Breese 

Carlyle 

New Baden... 

Trenton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



246 
89 
43 



1,055 
97 
417 
266 



1,835 



31 

18 
134 

24 
239 

61 



507 



139 



67 



Coles: 

Charleston 

Mattoon 

Oakland 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cook: 

Argo 

Arlington Heights. 

Barrington 

Bellewood 

Berwyn 

Blue Island 

Broadview 

Brookfield 

Calumet City 

Chicago 

Chicago Heights... 

Cicero 

Des Plaines 

Dolton 

Evanston 

Evergreen Park 

Forest Park 

Franklin Park 

Glencoe 

Glenview 

Gross Point 

Harvey... 

Hazelcrest 

Hillside 

Homewood 

Kenilworth 

La Grange 

Lansing. 

Lemont. 

Lyons 

Maywood 

Melrose Park 

Midlothian 

Morton Grove 

Mount Greenwood. 

Mount Prospect 

Niles Center.. 

Northbrook 

Oak Lawn 

Oak Park 



160 

554 

19 

17 



750 



170 

296 

249 

118 

3,212 

902 

1 

272 

278 

238, 572 

1,082 

3,609 

675 

130 

9,650 

35 

861 

78 

966 

245 

1 

816 

53 

29 

231 

516 

2,085 

105 

184 

157 

1,917 

329 

41 

153 

1 

107 

355 

109 

52 

10, 361 



182 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



ILLINOIS— Continued 



County and city 



Cook— Continued. 

Palatine 

Park Ridge 

Phoenix 

Posen 

Riverdale 

River Forest 

River Grove 

Riverside. 

South Holland 

Steger 

Stickney 

Summit ., 

Thornton 

Western Springs 

Wilmette 

Winnetka 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Crawford: 

Oblong 

Palestine 

Robinson 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cumberland: 

Greenup 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



De Kalb: 

De Kalb 

Genoa.- 

Sandwich 

Sycamore 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



142 

1,422 

7 

1 

108 

1,467 

74 

1,040 

91 

46 



2,457 
1,961 
1,206 

289, 645 



51 

28 

194 

18 



291 



48 



335 
34 
90 

19T 
95 



751 



De Witt: 

Clinton.. 

Farmer City.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



Douglas: 

Areola 

Arthur 

Newman 

Tuscola 

Villa Grove... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Du Page: 

Bensenville 

Downers Grove. 

Elnftiurst 

Glen Ellyn , 

Hinsdale 

Lombard 

Naperville 

Villa Park 

West Chicago... 

Westmont 

Wheaton 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



271 
74 
37 



382 



280 



135 
650 
1,202 
880 
976 
361 
341 
327 
225 
65 
706 
272 

6,130 



County and city 



Edgar: 

Chrisman 

Paris 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Edwards: 

Albion 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Effingham: 

Altamont 

Effingham 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fayette: 

St. Elmo 

Vandalia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Ford: 

Gibson City.. 

Paxton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



Franklin: 

Benton 

Buckner 

Christopher 

Orient 

Royalton 

Sesser 

Valier 

West Frankfort. 

Zeigler 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Fulton: 

Astoria 

Canton -. 

Cuba. 

Farmington 

Lewistown 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Gallatin: 

Shawneetown. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Greene: 

Carrollton 

Greenfield 

Roodhouse 

White Hall... 
Misccllaneous- 

Total 



Grundy: 

Coal City 

Morris 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



38 
316 



36 



26 
112 
21 



159 



102 
106 
106 



314 



140 
4 
59 
31 
18 
14 
7 
177 
47 



504 



22 
270 
16 
43 
39 
104 



101 
21 
70 
58 
25 



43 
256 



397 



County and city 



Hamilton: 

McLeansboro- 
M iscellaneous. 

Total 



Hancock: 

Augusta 

Carthage , 

Dallas City... 

HamUton , 

La Harpe 

Warsaw 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 



Hardin: 

Rosiclare 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 

Henderson: Miscellane- 



ous. 



Henry: 

Cambridge 

Galva 

Geneseo , 

Kewanee , 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Iroquois: 

Oilman , 

Milford 



Sheldon 

Watseka 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jackson: 

Carbondale... 

Elkville - 

Murphysboro. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jasper: 

Newton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total -. 



Jeflerson: 

Mount Vernon. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Jersey: 

Grafton.. 

Jersey ville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jo Daviess: 

East Dubuque. 

Galena 

Stockton 

Warren 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 1 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



183 



Table 11. — hidividual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



ILLINOIS— Continued 



County and city 



Johnson: Miscellaneous 



^ane: 

Aurora... 

Batavia 

CarpentersviUe. 

Dundee. 

East Dundee 

Elgin 

Geneva 

Mooseheart 

St. Charles 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



'Kankakee: 

Bradley- 

Kankakee 

Manteno 

Momence 

St. Anne 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



:Kendall: 

Piano. -. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



'Knox: 

^ Abingdon 

Galesburg 

Knoxville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total , 



Xake: 

Antioch 

B Barrington. (See 
Cook County.) 

Deerfield 

Grays Lake 

Highland Park 

Highwood.. 

Lake Bluff 

Lake Forest 

Liberty ville 

Mundelein 

North Chicago 

Ravinia... 

Waukegan 

Zion.- 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



;La Salle: 

Earlville 

La Salle. 

Marseilles 

Mendota 

Oglesby 

Ottawa 

Peru 

Seneca 

Streator 

Utica 

-Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



2,676 

313 

17 

148 

1 

1,623 

328 

12 

287 

128 



5,533 



36 

832 
28 
97 
36 
56 



1,085 



46 
100 



146 



57 

1,193 

29 

79 



1,358 



70 



174 

50 

1,454 

93 

163 

815 

257 

65 

226 

129 

1,996 

150 

288 



5,930 



30 
556 

94 
198 

53 
706 
329 

28 
516 

33 
121 

2,664 



County and city 



Lawrence: 

Bridgeport 

Lawrenceville., 
St. Francisville 
Miscellaneous, 



Total 



Lee: 



Amboy 

Dixon 

Miscellaneous, 

Total 

Livingston: 
D wight 
Fairbury 

Pontiac 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Logan: 

Atlanta 

Lincoln 

Mount Pulaski. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



McDonough: 

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 

Carlin ville 

Gillespie 

Qirard 

Mount Olive.. 

Staunton 

Virden.. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 




30 

339 

55 



513 



84 



280 
65 



437 



287 
170 
103 
83 
241 
306 



1,190 



1,624 

60 

48 

26 

220 

280 



2,258 



2,036 
34 
106 



2,176 



49 
147 
158 
38 
82 
142 
61 
72 



County and city 



Madison: 

Alton 

CoUins ville... 

East Alton 

Edwardsville. 
Glen Carbon.. 
Granite City.. 

Hartford 

Highland 

Livingston 

Madison 

Nameoki. 

Roxana 

Troy 

Venice 

Wood River.. 

Woiden 

Miscellaneous. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



1,375 

234 
82 

358 
66 

795 
19 

119 
10 

157 
21 
15 
14 
42 

273 
5 

123 



Total.... 


3,708 






Marion:^ 

Centralia 


405 


Odin 


20 


Salem 


92 


Sandoval. 


18 


Miscellaneous 


29 


Total 


564 






Marshall: 

Henry 


55 


Laeon 


57 


Toluca 


12 


Wenona 


45 


Miscellaneous 


31 


Total 


200 






Mason: 

Havana.. 


96 


Mason City 


72 


Miscellaneous 


56 


Total . 


224 






Massac: 


6 




93 


Miscellaneous 


4 


Total 


103 






Menard: 


23 


Petersburg 


89 


Miscellaneous 


50 


Total 


162 






Mercer: 

Aledo 


127 


Keithsburg . . 


15 


Miscellaneous 


93 


Total 


235 






Monroe: 


65 




78 


Miscellaneous 


15 


Total 


158 







184 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing' 
number of returns — Continued 



ILLINOIS— Continued 



County and city 



Montgomery: 

Ilillsboro 

Litchfield 

Nokomis. 

Panama 

Witt 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



Morgan: 

Jacksonville... 

Waverly 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Moultrie: 

Lovington 

Sullivan 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Ogle: 



Mount Morris. 

Oregon 

Polo... 

Rochelle 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Peoria: 

Barton ville 

Chillicothe 

Elmwood 

Peoria 

Peoria Heights. 

Princeville 

Miscellaneous.. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



159 
135 
45 
13 
11 
22 



385 



e08 
38 



744 



116 



130 
77 
49 

159 
79 



494 



Total. 



Perry: 

Duquoin 

Pinckneyville. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Piatt: 

Bement 

Monticello 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Pike: 

Barry... 

Griggs ville 

Pittsfield 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Pope: 

Oolconda 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Pulaski: 

Mounds 

Mound City.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



35 
95 
25 
4,692 
16 
24 
55 



4,942 



171 
55 
13 



239 



29 
132 
117 



24 
26 
108 
47 



205 



58 
35 
32 

125 



County and city 



Putnam: 

Granville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Randolph: 

Chester 

Coulterville... 

Red Bud 

Sparta 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Richland: 

Olney 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Rock Island: 

East Moline.. 

Moline - 

Rock Island... 

Silvis 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



St. Clair: 

Belleville 

Dupo 

East St. Louis 

Fairmont City 

Freeburg 

Lebanon 

Marissa.. 

Mascoutah 

Millstadt 

National Stock 

Yards. — 

New Athens 

O'Fallon 

Washington Park... 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Saline: 

Carrier Mills.. 

Eldorado 

Harrisburg 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sangamon: 

Auburn. 

Divernon 

Riverton 

Springfield 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Schuyler: 

Rushville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Scott: 

Winchester — 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



272 



102 
4 



106 



228 

1,481 

1,367 

60 

90 



3,226 



1,008 
72 

2,581 
1 
28 
44 
43 
33 
20 



4,042 



10 

50 

219 

7 



286 



40 

18 

13 

3,312 

248 



3,631 



107 



County and city 



Shelby: 

Moweaqua 

Shelbyville.... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Stark: 

Toulon 

Wyoming 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Stephenson: 

Freeport 

Lena 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Tazewell: 

Delavan 

East Peoria... 

Morton 

Pekin 

South Pekin.. 
Washington... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Union: 

Anna 

Cobden 

Jonesboro 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Vermilion: 

Danville. 

Georgetown... 

Hoopeston 

Rossville 

Tilton 

Westville 

Miscellaneous. 



Num- 
ber of 
return 



23- 1 
106 
43 



172- 



49 
3& 
33 



118 



1,064 
20 
41 



1,116 



Total. 



Wabash: 

Mount Carmel. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Warren: 

Monmouth — 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Washington: 

Nashville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Wayne: 

Fairfield 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



34 
80 

518 
24 
72 

106 



893 



102 
23 
21 

17 



163 



1,527 

62 

192 

42 

6 

62 
230 



2,111 



163 
24 



177 



304 
108 



43 

103 



62 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



185 



'able 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

ILLINOIS— Continued 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



i'hite: 

Carmi 

Grayville 

Norris City... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Vhiteside: 

Fulton 

Morrison 

Prophetstown 

Kocli Falls 

Sterling 

^liscellaneous 

Total 

Vill: 

Braidwood 

Crete 

Joliet 

Locliport 

Peotone 

Plainfield 

Rockdale 



56 
85 
50 
43 
416 
33 



683 



19 
75 
3,089 
223 
49 
52 
16 



Will— Continued. 
Wilmington... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Williamson: 

Carterville 

Colp 

Herrin 

Hurst.... 

Johnston City 

Marion 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Winnebago: 

Pecatonica 

Rockford 

Rockton 

South Beloit.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



73 

156 



3,752 



33 

1 

169 

9 

59 

191 

11 



28 

4,607 

22 

8 

57 



4,722 



Woodford: 

El Paso 

Eureka 

Minonk 

Roanoke... 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Miscellaneous for State: 
Residents of other 
States 

Total Illinois 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables 



64 
81 
81 
68 
118 



412 



331 



376, 627 
6,772 



369, 855 



INDIANA 



Ldams: 

Berne 

Decatur 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



VUen: 

Fort Wayne... 
New Haven... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Bartholomew: 

Columbus 

Hope 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Benton: 

Fowler 

Miscellaneous. 

Total , 

Blackford: 

Hartford City. 
Montpelier 

Total 



Boone: 

Lebanon 

Thorn town 

Zionsville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



37 

199 

23 



259 



5,625 
58 
71 



5,754 



352 
4 
13 



160 
30 



190 



■Brown: Miscellaneous. 

Carroll: 

Delphi 



Flora. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



135 
26 
20 
15 



196 
2 



Cass: 

Logansport 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Clark: 

JefEersonville.. 

Sellersburg 

I Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Clay: 

Brazil 

Harmony 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Clinton: 

Frankfort 

Miscellaneous. 



Total , 

Crawford: Miscellane- 
ous 

Daviess: 

Washington 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 
Dearborn: 



519 
21 



540 



275 
20 
40 



335 



231 
3 
57 



352 
38 



390 



258 
25 



Aurora 


115 


Lawrenceburg 

Miscellaneous 


138 
11 


Total 


264 






Decatur: 

Greensburg 


165 


Miscellaneous 


34 


Total 


199 







De Kalb: 

Auburn 

Butler 

Garrett .- 

Waterloo 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Delaware: 

Albany 

Eaton 

Muncie 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Dubois: 

Huntingburg.. 

Jasper 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Elkhart: 

Elkhart 

Goshen 

Nappanee 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fayette: 

Connersville.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Floyd: 

New Albany.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



164 
31 

169 
19 
11 



394 



13 

16 

1,210 

41 



1,280 



201 



1,343 

326 

99 

75 

1,843 



465 

7 



761 

7 



186 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by coxmties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



INDIANA— Continued 



County and city 



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 

Marion 

National Military 

Home 

Miscellaneous 



Total- 



Greene: 

Bloomfield 

Jason villa 

Linton 

Worthington— 
Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Hamilton: 

Noblesvllle 

Sheridan. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Hancock: 

Fortville. 

Greenfield 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Harrison: 

Corydon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Hendricks: 

Brownsburg... 

Danville 

Plainfield 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



126 
32 
15 
14 



187 



20 



139 



20 



179 
31 



304 



27 

24 

15 

615 

35 

28 



744 



193 



134 
30 
53 



217 



26 
111 
37 



174 



53 



172 



County and city 



Henry: 

Knightstown.. 
Middletown.. 

Newcastle 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Howard: 

Greentown 

Kokomo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Huntington: 

Huntington 

Warren 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jackson: 

Brownstown.. 

Seymour. 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Jasper: 

Rensselaer 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Jay: 



Dunkirk 

Portland 

Redkey 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Jefferson: 

Madison 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jennings: 

North Vernon. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total - 



Johnson: 

Edinburg 

Franklin 

Greenwood — 
Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Knox: 

Bicknell 

Bruceville 

Vincennes 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Kosciusko: 

Syracuse - 

Warsaw 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



66 

26 

322 

36 



440 



18 

782 
16 



816 



400 
14 
41 



455 



28 
199 
44 



271 



108 
44 



152 



143 
20 



163 



45 
164 
57 

17 



52 

2 

453 

45 



552 



32 
180 
93 



County and city 



Lagrange: 

Lagrange 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Lake: 

Crown Point... 
East Chicago.. 

East Gary 

Gary 

Griffith 

Hammond 

Highland 

Hobart- 

Lowell- -. 

Whiting 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

La Porte: 

La Porte 

Michigan City 
Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Lawrence: 

Bedford 

Mitchell 

Oolitic -. 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Madison: 

-\lexandria 

Anderson 

Elwood 

Lapel 

Pendleton 

Summitville-- 
Miscellaneous- 

Total 

Marion: 

Beech Grove- - 
Indianapolis.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Marshall: 

Argos 

Bourbon. 

Bremen 

Culver 

Plymouth 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Martin: 

Loogootee 

Shoals 

Total 

Miami: 

Peru 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



187 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



INDIANA— Continued 



County and city 



Monroe: 

Bloomington.. 
Miscellaneous- 
Total- 



Montgomery: 

Crawfordsville. 
Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Morgan: 

Martinsville.. 

Mooresville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Newton : 

Kentland 

Morocco. 

Miscellaneous- 
Total- 



Noble: 

Albion--- 

Kendallville... 

Ligonier. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Ohio: Rising Sun., 

Orange: 

French Lick... 

Orleans 

Paoli. 

West Baden. - 
Miscellaneous- 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



750 
35 



785 



347 



416 



111 
29 
20 



160 



115 



28 
192 
85 
39 



344 




Total 


152 






Owen: 


38 


Miscellaneous. 


18 


Total 


56 






Parke: 


10 




10 


Rockville 


44 


Miscellaneous 


17 



Total... 


81 


Perry: 

Cannelton 


36 


Tell City 


82 


Miscellaneous 


2 


Total 


120 






Pike: 

Petersburg 


42 


Winslow .. 


18 


Miscellaneous 


8 


Total 


68 






Porter: 

Chesterton 


147 


Valparaiso 


389 


M iscellaneous 


62 


Total 


598 







County and city 



Posey: 

Mount Vernon. 
New Harmony. 

Wadesville 

Miscellaneous.- 



Total. 



Pulaski: 

Winamac 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Putnam: 

Greencastle... 
Miscellaneous- 
Total-- 



Randolph: 

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 



Shelby: 

Shelbyville..-. 
Miscellaneous. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



108 



227 

24 



251 



118 
38 



245 



167 
48 



32 

4,856 
31 
94 



5,881 



48 



372 
42 



Total 


414 


Spencer: 


50 


M iscellaneous 


28 


Total 


78 






Starke: 


50 


North Judson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


29 
22 

101 






Steuben: 

Angola 


96 


Miscellaneous 


46 


Total 


142 







County and city 



Sullivan: 

Dugger 

Hymera 

Shelburn 

Sullivan 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Switzerland: 

Vevay 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Tippecanoe: 

La Fayette 

Miscellaneous. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total - 



Tipton: 



22 

3 

12 

127 

34 



198 



1,233 
36 



1,269 



Tipton 


119 


Miscellaneous 


24 


Total 


143 






Union: 


61 


Miscellaneous 


7 


Total 


68 






Vanderburg: 

Evansville 


2,921 


Howell 


4 


Miscellaneous 


9 


Total 


2,934 




Vermillion: 

Clinton 


170 


Universal 


5 


Miscellaneous 


71 


Total 


246 






Vigo: 

Terre Haute 

West Terre Haute... 
Miscellaneous 


2,199 
43 
35 


Total 


2,277 






Wabash: 

North Manchester.. 
Wabash 


70 
238 


Miscellaneous 


24 


Total 


332 






Warren: 

Williamsport 

M iscellaneous 

Total 


30 
29 

59 






Warrick: 

Bconville 


100 


Newburg . . 


26 


Miscellaneous. 


8 


Total 


134 






Washington: 
Salem 


50 


M iscellaneous 


13 


Total .. 


03 







62320—31- 



-13 



188 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



INDIANA— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Num- 
County and city ber of 
returns 


Wayne: 

Cambridge City 


74 

57 

1,115 

64 


White: 

Monon 


29 
73 

48 


Miscellaneous for State: 
Residents of other 


Hagerstown. . : 


Monticello 


States— -. 783 




M iscellan ecus 

Total 






j 


Miscellaneous 


150 


Total Indiana 1 77, 668 

Returns, Form 1040, ; 




1,310 


Whitley: 


Total 


16 

98 

32 

1 






come, not included in 

general tables 1, 175 


Wells: 


128 
45 


Columbia City 

South Whitley. 

M iscellaneous- 

Total 


BluSton 




Miscellaneous 


Total in general j 
tables , 76,493 


Total 


173 


147 






! 



IOWA 



Adair: 

Greenfield 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Adams: 

Corning 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Allamakee: 

Lansing 

Postville 

Waukon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Appanoose: 

Centerville 

Moulton. 

Mystic 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Audubon: 

iVudubon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Benton: 

Belle Plaine... 

Vinton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Blackhawk: 

Cedar Falls... 
LaPorte City., 

Waterloo. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Boone: 

Boone 

Madrid 

Ogden 

M iscellaneous. 

Total 



70 



135 



152 
11 
5 
11 



179 



142 



209 

30 

1,537 

53 



1,829 



345 
40 
43 
17 



445 



Bremer: 

Sumner 

Waverly 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Buchanan: 

Independence. 
]\I iscellaneous. 

Total 

Buena Vista; 

Alta 

Storm Lake... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Butler: 

Clarksville 

Greene 

Parkersburg-. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Calhoun: 

Lake City 

Mauson ._ 

Rockwell City 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Carroll: 

Carroll 

Coon Rapids.. 

Rianning 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Cass: 

Anita 

Atlantic 

Griswold 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Cedar: 

Tipton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



38 

101 

57 



127 
46 



173 



52 
169 
100 



321 



108 



266 



222 
31 
56 

142 



451 



15 

203 

50 

42 



310 



45 
109 



Cerro Gordo: 

Clear Lake 

Mason City 

M iscellaneous 

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 
Miscelleneous 

Total 

Clinton: 

Clinton 

Dewitt 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Crawford: 

Denison 

Manilla 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



80 
769 
40 



207 
63 
95 



365 



199 
123 



322 



228 



911 
97 
109 



1, 117 



123 

28 
198 



349 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



189 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

IOWA— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Dallas: 

Adel 


49 
163 
196 


Fremont: 
Hamburg 


62 




Sidney 


29 


M iscellaneous 


Tabor. 


20 




Miscellaneous 


100 


Total 


408 




211 


Davis: 

Bloomfield 


42 
8 


Greene: 

Grand Junction 






Miscellaneous 


31 
102 


Total 


50 


Scranton 


25 




Miscellaneous 

Total 


52 


Decatur: 

Lamoni 


13 
30 
21 


210 




Grundy: 

Grundy Center 




Miscellaneous -- 


46 
25 


Total 


64 




M iscellaneous 

Total 


65 


Delaware: 

Manchester . . . -. 


83 
50 


136 


Miscellaneous 


Guthrie: 

Guthrie Center 






Total 


133 


46 




g 


Des Moines: 


997 
20 
56 


Stuart 


45 


Burlington 


Miscellaneous 

Total. 


70 


West Burlington 

Miscellaneous 




170 




Hamilton: 

Webster City 

Miscellaneous _ 

Total - . 




Total 


1,073 






168 
111 


Dickinson: 
Mil ford 


20 
46 
45 


Spirit Lake 


279 


Miscellaneous 


Hancock: 

Britt... _ 






Total 


111 


42 






35 


Dubuque: 


30 

1,596 

40 

53 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


57 


Dubuque 


134 




Hardin: 




Miscellaneous 


59 


Total 


1,719 


Eldora 


79 






103 


Emmet: 


128 
25 


M iscellaneous 

Total 


87 


M iscellaneous. 


321 




Harrison : 

Dunlap 

Logan ... 




Total 


153 








Fayette: 

Fayette 


20 
170 
33 
66 


57 


Missouri Valley 

Woodbine. 


103 






Miscellaneous 

Total 




West Union 


5* 


Miscellaneous 


307 




Henry: 

Mount Pleasant 

New London. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 




Total 


289 






116 


Floyd: 

Charles City— 


232 
25 
44 


14 

78 


Nora Springs 


208 


Miscellaneous 


Howard: 
Cresco- 






Total 


301 


75 


M iscellaneous 

Total . 






18 


Franklin: 


106 
19 
31 


93 




Humboldt: 

Humboldt 




Sheffield 




Miscellaneous 


76 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


84 


Total 


156 


160 









County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Ida: 

Holstein _. 

Ida Grove. _.. 


108 

118 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


93 


319 


Iowa: 

Marengo 




45 


Williamsburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total. - 


36 
50 


131 


Jackson: 

Bellevue... 




31 


Maquoketa 


123 


Miscellaneous 

Total . .. 


73 


007 


Jasper: 

Colfax 




41 


Newton 


422 


M iscellaneous 

Total 


143 


606 


Jefferson: 

Fairfield 




247 


Miscellaneous 

Total - 


12 


259 


Johnson: 

Iowa City 




545 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


39 


584 


Jones: 

Anamosa 




56 


Monticello. . . . 


66 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


41 


163 


Keokuk: 

Sigoumey 


53 


What Cheer 


15 


Miscellaneous 

TotaL... 


76 


144 


Kossuth: 

Algona J 




140 


Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Lee: 

Fort Madison 

Keokuk 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


147 

287 


389 

474 

35 


898 


Liim: 

Cedar Rapids 

Marion.. 

Mount Vernon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 




2,192 
81 
46 
51 


2,370 


Louisa: 

Wapello .. . 




30 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


84 
114 




-J 



190 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11.- 



-Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



IOWA— Continued 



County and city 



Lucas: 

Chariton 

Miscellaneous... 

Total- 

Lyon: 

Rock Rapids 

Miscellaneous... 

Total- 

Madison: 

Winterset 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Mahaska: 

New Sharon 

Oskaloosa 

Miscellaneous,. - 

Total 

Marion: 

Knoxville 

Melcher 

Pella 

Miscellaneous... 

Total. 

Marshall: 

Marshalltown... 

State Center 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Mills: 

Glenwood 

Malvern 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Mitchell: 

Osage 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Monona: 

Mapleton 

Onawa... 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Monroe: 

Albia 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Montgomery: 

Ked Oak. 

Villisca 

Miscyllaneou. .. 

Total 

Muscatine: 

Muscatine 

Wost Liberty 

Wilton Junction 
Miscellaneous... 

Total.. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



120 

17 



89 
126 

215 



16 

279 

55 



350 



245 



523 
54 
100 



677 



75 
59 
136 



270 



107 
54 



161 



176 



85 



236 
58 
42 

336 



419 



556 



County and city 



O'Brien: 

Hartley 

Paullina 

Sanborn 

Sheldon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Osceola: 

Sibley 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Page: 

Clarinda 

Shenandoah. .- 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Palo Alto: 

Emmetsburg 



42 
43 
20 
135 
85 



325 



119 



139 

206 

92 



437 



55 



Miscellaneous 


60 


Total 


115 


Plymouth: 

Akron 


44 


Kingsley 


47 


Le Mars 


200 


Remsen . . 


101 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


47 
439 


Pocahontas: 

Fonda 


33 


Laurens 


44 


Pocahontas 


49 


Rolfe 


24 


Miscellaneous 


38 


Total 


188 






Polk: 

Des Moines 


6,146 


Valley Junction 

Miscellaneous 


116 
108 


Total 


6,370 






Pottawattamie: 

Avoca 


58 


Council Bluffs 

Oakland 


1,221 
79 


Miscellaneous 


304 


Total 


1,662 






Poweshiek: 

Brooklyn . 


33 




86 




23 


Miscellaneous 


37 


Total 


179 






Ringgold: 

Mount Ayr 


37 


Miscellaneous 


16 


Total 


53 






Sac: 

Odebolt -- 


78 


Sac City 


112 


Miscellaneous 


177 


Total 


367 







County and city 



Scott: 

Bettendorf 

Davenport 

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: 

Tama 

Toledo 

Traer 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Taylor: 

Bedford 

Lenox 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Union: 

Afton.. 

Creston 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Van Buren: 

Farmington... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Wapello: 

Eldon 

Ottumwa 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Warren: 

Indianola 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Washington: 

Washington... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



591 

2, 8481 

1121 

3, 019] 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



191 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



IOWA— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Wayne: 


28 
15 
26 


Winneshiek: 
Decorah 


155 
73 


Wright: 

Belmond 


48 




Miscellaneous 

Total 


Clarion 


117 


Miscellaneous 


Eagle Grove .-. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


111 


228 


61 


Tntol 


69 


Woodbury: 

Correctionville 

Sioux City. . 






29 

2,905 

229 


337 


Webster: 

Fort Dodge 


744 
29 
92 


Total Iowa 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 




45, 740 


Gowrie . 


Miscellaneous 

Total 




Miscellaneous 

Total -. 




3,163 




865 


Worth: 

Manly 




49 
36 
19 


717 




Total in general 
tables 








Forest City 


61 
15 
36 


Northwood 






Miscellaneous 

Total 


45,023 


Miscellaneous 

Total 






104 




112 







KANSAS 



Allen: 

Humboldt 

Tola 

La Harpe 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Anderson: 

Garnett-. 

Miscellaneous... 

Total--.. 

Atchison: 

Atchison 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Barber: 

Kiowa 

Medicine Lodge 
Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Barton: 

Ellin wood 

Great Bend 

Hoisington 

Miscellaneous. .- 

Total 

Bourbon: 

Fort Scott 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Brown: 

Hiawatha 

Horton 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Butler: 

Augusta 

Douglass 

Eldorado 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 



82 

176 

7 

31 



296 



439 
17 



456 



223 



90 
297 
177 
151 



715 



286 
17 



303 



93 

112 
51 



256 



161 
25 
534 
273 



Chase* 

Cottonwood Falls- 
Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Chautauqua: 

Cedarvale 

Sedan 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cherokee: 

Baxter Springs 

Columbus. 

Galena 

Seammon 

Weir 

West Mineral 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cheyenne: Miscellane 
ous 

Clark: 

Ashland-- -.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clay: 

Clay Center 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cloud: 

Clyde 

Concordia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Coffey: 

Burlington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



100 



105 



197 
107 
185 
19 
21 
4 
17 



550 



82 
101 



183 



153 

72 



225 



23 
194 
73 



290 



Comanche: 

Cold water 

Protection 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Cowley: 

Arkansas City. 

Winfield 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Crawford: 

Arcadia 

Arma 

Cheroke6 

Croweburg 

Franklin 

Frontenac 

Girard 

Mulberry 

Pittsburg 

Radley.- 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Decatur: 

Oberlin 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Dickinson: 

Abilene 

Herington 

Solomon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Doniphan: 

Troy.. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Douglas; 

Baldwin City- 
Lawrence 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



147 



455 

381 

40 

876 



19 

28 

16 

1 

6 

22 

60 

39 

597 

1 

34 



823 



134 



266 
179 
27 
124 



596 



27 

497 

72 



192 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, shoiving 
number of returns — Continued 

KANSAS— Continued 



County and city 



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 . 



Franklin: 

Ottawa 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Geary: 

Fort Riley 

Junction City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gove: Miscellaneous. 

Graham: 

Hill City 

Miscellaneous 



Total . 



Grant: Ulysses. 



Gray: 

Cimarron 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



OVeeley: Miscellaneous.. 

Greenwood: 

Eureka.. 

Madison 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 



Hamilton: 

Syracuse 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



163 

104 



267 



44 



92 



118 
188 
64 



109 
51 
58 



218 



289 
36 



325 



532 
380 



912 



263 
43 



306 



44 

231 

21 



130 



61 



98 



127 

247 



209 
128 
104 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Harper: 

Anthony 

Harper 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Harvey: 

Halstead 

Newton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Haskell: Miscellaneous - 
Hodgeman: Miscellane- 
ous 



Jackson: 

Holton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jefferson : 

Valley Falls... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jewell: 

Mankato 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Johnson: 

Olathe 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Kiowa: 

Greensburg... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Labette: 

Chetopa. 

Oswego 

Parsons. 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Kearny: Miscellaneous. . 

Kingman: 

Kingman 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Lane: Miscellaneous. 

Leavenworth: 

Fort Leavenworth.. 

Leavenworth 

National Military 

Home.. 

Tonganoxie 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



101 

47 
55 



203 



69 

478 
65 



612 



168 
101 



93 



103 



168 



49 



179 



15 
30 

405 
28 



43 
479 

33 

24 

7 



County and city 



Lincoln: 

Lincoln.. 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Linn: 

La Cygne 

Pleasanton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Logan: 

Oakley 

Miscellaneous- 



Total- 



Lyon: 


571 


Miscellaneous 


80 


Total 


651 






McPherson: 


91 




245 


M iscellaneous 


166 


Total 


502 






Marion: 


43 


Hillsboro . -- 


52 




109 




59 


Miscellaneous. 

Total 


77 
340 


Marshall: 

Blue Rapids 


40 
36 




183 


Miscellaneous 


129 


Total 


388 






Meade: 


108 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


177 
285 


Miami: 


119 


Paola 


107 


M iscellaneous 


16 


Total -- 


242 


Mitchell: 

Beloit 


160 


Miscellaneous 


81 


Total 


241 


Montgomery: 


77 




86 


Cofleyville 


391 


Independence 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


582 
18 

1,154 




1 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



193 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



KANSAS— Continued 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Morris: 

Council Grove 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Morton: 

Elkhart 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Nemaha: 

Sabetha 

Seneca 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Neosho: 

Chanute 

Erie 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Ness: 

Ness City 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Norton: 

Norton 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Osage: 

Burlingame 

Osage City 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Osborne: 

Downs 

Osborne— 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Ottawa: 

Minneapolis.. 
3^ Miscellaneous. 

»- Total 

Pawnee: 

Lamed 

Miscellaneous- 

■"■ Total 

Phillips: 

Phillipsburg.- 
Miscellaneous- 

Total 

Pottawatomie: 

St. Marys 

Watnego 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



139 



85 



273 
15 
28 

816 



163 



138 



104 



243 
117 



360 



County and city 



Pratt: 

Pratt 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Rawlins: 

Atwood 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Reno: 

Haven 

Hutchinson--. 

Nickerson 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Republic: 

Belleville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Rice: 

Lyons 

Sterling 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

ROey: 

Manhattan 

Miscellaneous. 

Total -- 

Rooks: 

Plainville 

Stockton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Rush: 

La Crosse 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Russell: 

Russell 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Saline: 

Salina 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Scott: 

Scott City 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



306 
101 



70 
68 

138 



32 

862 
24 
97 

1,015 



82 
117 



199 



256 



383 
113 



496 



78 
169 



247 



157 
160 



757 
58 



815 



County and city 



Sedgwick: 

Wichita 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Seward: 

Liberal 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Shawnee: 

Topeka 

Miscellaneous 

Total- -. 

Sheridan: Miscellaneous 

Sherman: 

Goodland 

M iscellaneous 

Total... 

Smith: 

Smith Center 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Stafford: 

St. John..- 

Stafford 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Stanton: Miscellaneous- 
Stevens: 

Hugoton. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sumner: 

Caldwell 

Conway Springs 

Mulvane 

Oxford 

Wellington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Thomas: 

Colby 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Trego: 

Wakeeney — 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wabaunsee: Miscella- 
neous 

Wallace: M iscellaneous . 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



4.743 
228 



4,971 



239 
33 



272 



2,731 
35 



2,766 



61 



120 
19 



139 



93 
83 
113 

289 



42 
24 



29 

23 

37 

236 

58 

467 



183 



121 
98 



194 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

KANSAS— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


"Washington: 

Washington . . 


33 
106 


Woodson: 

Yates Center 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


48 
14 


Miscellaneous for State: 
Residents of other 
States 




Miscellaneous 


24S 


Total 


139 


Total Kansas 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 






62 

45 

2,483 

12 

61 

2,601 




Wichita: Miscellaneous . 


43 


38, SeO' 




Wyandotte: 

Bonner Springs 

Kansas City 

Rosedale 




Wilson: 

Altoona 

Fredonia 


7 
81 
95 
14 




Neodesha 


1,003 


M iscellaneous 


M iscellaneous 

Total 


Total in general 
tables - 




Total 






197 


37, 657 











KENTUCKY 



Adair: 



Columbia 


12 


Miscellaneous 


2 


Total 


14 






Allen: Scottsville 

Anderson: Lawrence- 
burg .. 


12 
52 






Ballard: 

WickliSe 


6 


Miscellaneous 


11 


Total 


16 






Barren: 

Glasgow 


102 


Miscellaneous 


7 


Total 


109 






Bath: Miscellaneous 


32 


Bell: 

Middlesboro 

Pineville 


188 
100 


Miscellaneous 


19 


Total 


307 






Boone: Miscellaneous... 


60 


Bourbon: 

Millersburg 


15 


Paris 


337 


Miscellaneous 


11 


Total 


363 






Boyd: 

Ashland. 

Catlettsburg 

Miscellaneous 


980 
73 

1 


Total 


1,054 


Boyle: 

Danville 

Miscellaneous 


199 
12 


Total 


211 



Bracken: 

Augusta 


62 


Miscellaneous 


17 


Total . 


79 






Breathitt: 

Jackson 


21 


Miscellaneous 


2 


Total 


23 






Breckinridge: 

Cloverport 


17 


Miscellaneous 


30 


Total 


47 






Bullitt: 

Lebanon Junction... 
Miscellaneous 


14 
15 


Total 


29 






Butler: Miscellaneous... 


3 


Caldwell: 

Princeton 


110 


Miscellaneous 


11 


Total 


121 






Calloway: 

Murray 


61 


Miscellaneous 


4 


Total 


65 






Campbell: 

Bellevue.. . 


394 


Dayton. 


262 


Fort Thomas 

Newport ' 


807 
1,196 


Miscellaneous 


76 


Total 


2,735 






Carlisle: 

Bardwell 


1 


Miscellaneous 


4 


Total 


5 







Carroll: 

Carrollton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Carter: 

Olive Hill 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Casey: Miscellaneous . . , 

Christian: 

Hopkinsville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clark: 

Winchester 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clay: Miscellaneous... 

Crittenden: 

Marion 

Miscellaneous 

Total .- 

Cumberland: Miscella- 
neous - 

Daviess: 

Owensboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Edmonson: Miscellane- 
ous 

Estill: 

Daytona 

Irvine 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



> Southgate Included in Newport. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



195 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, hy counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

KENTUCKY— Continued 



County and city 



Fayette: 

Lexington 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Fleming: 

Flemingsburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Floyd: 

Prestonburg 

Wayland 

Weeksbiu-y. 

Wheelwright 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Franklin: 

Frankfort — 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Fulton: 

Fulton 

Hickman... 

Total 

Gallatin: Miscellaneous. 

Garrard: 

Lancaster 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Grant: Miscellaneous... 

Graves: 

Mayfield 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Grayson: Miscellaneous. 

Green: Miscellaneous... 

Greenup: 

Greenup 

Raceland 

Russell - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hancock: Miscellaneous. 

Hardin: 

Elizabethtown 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Harlan: 

Evarts 

Harland 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



2,398 
18 



2,416 



39 



123 



334 
1 

335 



114 
40 



154 



54 



225 
9 



234 



26 

5 

136 

17 



184 



13 



91 



140 
272 



County and city 



Harrison: 

Cyntbiana 

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: 

NieholasvUle 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Johnson: 

Paints ville..- 

Van Lear.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kenton: 

Covington 

Ludlow.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Knott: Miscellaneous.. 

Knox: 

BarbourvLUe 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Larue: 

HodgenviUe 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



145 
13 



158 
21 



245 
6 

251 



46 



30 

42 
173 



271 



14, 357 
537 



14, 894 



99 



95 



3,209 
281 
154 



3,644 



55 



20 



County and city 



Laurel: London 

Lawrence: 

Louisa 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lee: 

Beattjrville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Leslie: Miscellaneous.. 

Letcher: 

t^ Jenkins.. 

Neon 

Seco.- 

Whitesbixrg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lewis: 

Vanceburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lincoln: 

Stanford , 

Miscellaneous 

Total , 

Livingston: Miscellane- 
ous 

Logan: 

Russellville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lyon: 

Eddyville 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

McCracken: Paducah.. 
McCreary: Miscellane- 
ous 

McLean: 

Livermore.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Madison: 

Berea 

Richmond. , 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Magoflan: Miscellane- 
ous 

Marion: 

Lebanon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



23 



117 



26 

815 

25 



67 

172 

4 



243 



196 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

KENTUCKY— Continued 



County and city 



Marshall: 





7 


Miscellaneous 


6 


Total 


13 






Martin: Miscellaneous.. 


1 


Mason: 

Mavsville 


257 


Miscellaneous 


17 


Total 


274 






Meade: Miscellaneous.. 
Menifee: Miscellaneous. 


9 

1 


Mercer: 

Harrodsburg 

Miscellaneous — 


117 
16 


Total 


133 







Metcalfe: Miscellaneous. 
Monroe: Miscellaneous- 
Montgomery: Mount 
Sterling — 

Morgan: Miscellaneous. 



Muhlenberg: 

Central City.. 
Drakesboro... 

Green vUle 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Nelson: 

Bardstown 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Nicholas: 

Carlisle 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Ohio: 

Beaver Dam.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Oldham: 

La Grange 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



157 
10 



52 



156 



89 



47 



58 



77 



County and city 



Owen: Miscellaneous. 

Pendleton: 

Falmouth 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Perry: 

Hazard-- 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Pike: 

Hellier 

Pikeville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 

Powell: Miscellaneous. 

Pulaski: 

Burnside 

Somerset 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Robertson: Miscellane- 
ous — 

Rockcastle: Miscellane- 
ous - 

Rowan: Miscellaneous. 
Russell: Miscellaneous. 

Scott: 

Georgetown 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Shelby: 

Shelbyville... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Simpson: Franklin 

Spencer: Miscellaneous. 



Taylor: 

Campbellsville. 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total . 

Todd: Miscellaneous — 



24 



44 



137 

68 



205 



6 
124 
172 



302 



20 
134 



162 



189 
•5 



194 



142 
11 



153 



County and city 



Trigg: 

Cadiz 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Trimble: Miscellaneous. 

Union: 

Morganfield-- 

Sturgis - -. 

Uniontown.- 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Warren: 

Bowling Green. 
Miscellaneous. - 



Total. 



Washington: 

Springfield 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Wayne: 

Monticello 

MisceUaneous- 



Total. 



Webster: 

Providence — 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Whitley: 

Corbin 

Williamsburg- 
MisceUaneous. 

Total 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



28 



Wolfe: Miscellaneous.-. 

Woodford: 

Versailles 

Miscellaneous 



Total Kentucky.. 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables.- 



92 



297 
18 



315 



18 



57 



102 
53 
18 

173 



136 
53 



189 



35,448 



825 



34,623 



LOUISIANA 



Acadia: 

Church Point. 

Crowley 

Rayne 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Allen: 

Elizabeth 

Kinder... 

Oakdale 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



38 
196 



46 
368 



Ascension: 

DonaldsonvUle 
Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Assumption: 

Napoleonville.. 
Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Avoyelles: 

Bunkie 

Cottonport 

Mansura 



99 



60 



Avoyelles— Contd. 

Marksville 

M^iscellaneous- 

Total 

Beauregard: 

De Ridder 

Merryville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



105 



103 
14 
8 



125 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



197 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, shoiving 
number of returns — Continued 

LOUISIANA— Continued 



County and city 



Bienville: 

Arcadia 

Gibsland 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Bossier: 

Bossier ..- 

Plain Dealing. 
Miscellaneous- 
Total - 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



104 



Caddo: 

Shreveport 

Vivian 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Calcasieu: 

De Quincy 

Lake Charles.. 

Sulphur 

Vinton 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Caldwell: Miscellaneous 
Cameron: Miscellane- 
ous 



Catahoula: 

Jonesville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Claiborne: 

Haynesville... 

Homer 

Miscellaneous- 



Total -- 

Concordia: 

Ferriday-.- -- 

Vidalia 

Miscellaneous- 



Total 

De Soto: 

Logansport 

Mansfield 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 



East Baton Rouge: 



4,310 
62 

282 



4,654 



722 
55 
85 
53 



984 



27 



112 
135 



16 
148 
55 



219 



Baton Rouge 

M iscellaneous — 


1,660 

78 


Total 


1,738 






East Carroll: 

Lake Providence 

Miscellaneous 


117 

8 


Total 


125 


East Feliciana: 

Jackson 


16 


Miscellaneous 


42 


Total - 


58 







County and city 



Evangeline: 

Ville Platte.- 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Franklin: 

Winnsboro 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Grant: 

Colfax 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Iberia: 

Jeanerette 

New Iberia 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Total - 



Jackson: 

Hodge 

Jonesboro 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jefferson : 

Gretna 

Kenner 

Westwego 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Jefferson Davis: 
Jennings. 



Lake Arthur.. 

Welsh 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lafayette: 

Lafayette 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



La Fourche: 

Thibodaux 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



La Salle: 

Jena 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lincoln: 

Ruston 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Iberville: 

Plaquemine 

White Castle 

Miscellaneous 



70 
158 
23 



133 

21 
35 

189 



100 
35 
23 

215 



117 
11 
71 
41 



320 
44 



364 

no 



199 



167 
19 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Livingston: 



Denham Springs.. _ 
Miscellaneous 

Total 


23 

25 

48 


Madison: 

Tallulah... 

M iscellaneous 


97 
27 


Total 


1 124 


Morehouse: 

Bastrop 

Miscellaneous 


192 
70 


Total 


' 262 


Natchitoches: 

Natchitoches 

]M iscellaneous 


1 

116 

i 57 


Total 


I 173 


Orleans: New Orleans. 


' 18, 435 


Ouachita: 

Monroe 

West Monroe.. ... 
Miscellaneous 


1, 152 
112 
41 


Total 


-1 1,305 



Plaquemine: 
laneous 



Miscel- 



PoLote Coupee: 
New Roads... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



47 



77 



Rapides: 

Alexandria 

Glenmora 

Lecompte 

Pineville 

Miscellaneous. 



826 
21 
32 
36 
52 



Total. 


Miscella- 


967 


Red River: 


57 








Richland: 
Delhi 


30 






61 


IMiscellar 


leous 


50 


Total 


141 








Sabine: 
Many 


32 


Zwolle 


19 


Miscellai 


leous 


47 


Total. 


98 




Miscella- 




St. Bernard 
neous 


53 


St. Charles: Miscellane- 
ous . 


84 


St. Helena: Miscellane- 
ous 


2 



198 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

LOUISIANA— Continued 



County and city 



St. James: 

Luteher 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

St. John the Baptist: 
Miscellaneous 

St. Landry: 

Eunice 

Melville 

Opelousas 

Washington. 

M iscelianeous 

Total _. 

St. Martin: 

Breaux Bridge 

St. Martinville 

Miscellaneous 

Total , 

St. Mary: 

Berwick 

Franklin 

Morgan City 

Patterson 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

St. Tammany: 

Covington 

Mandeville 

Slidell 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



90 



70 



47 
34 

188 
17 
52 



15 
107 
101 
35 
24 



282 



County and city 



Tangipahoa: 

Amite 

Hammond. 

Independence 

Kentwood 

Ponchatoula 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Tensas: Miscellaneous.. 

Terrebonne: 

Hoiuna 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Union: 

Farmerville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Vermillion: 

Abbeville 

Gueydan ^. 

Kaplan 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Vernon: 

Leesville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Washington: 

Bogalusa 

M iscelianeous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



37 
184 
10 
14 
43 
22 



310 



99 



142 
33 



175 



63 



35 

123 



240 
24 



264 



County and city 



Webster: 

Cotton Valley 

Minden 

Springhill 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

West Baton Rouge: 

Port Allen 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

West Carroll: 

Oak Grove 

Miscellaneous 

Total. -. 

West Felii^iana; Miscel- 
laneous 

Winn: 

Winnfield 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Total Louisiana.-. 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included iu 
general tables 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



39 

173 

9 

33. 



25i 



46 



Total in general 
tables 



45 



78 



36, 132 
1,039 



35, 093 



MAINE 



Androscoggin: 

Auburn. . 


595 

963 

62 

2 
79 
.51 
21 

4 
20 

5 


Aroostook— Contd. 

Madawaska _.. 


29 
7 

35 

10 

207 

1 

4 

6 

39 

19 

25 


Cumberland— Contd. 

South Portland 

Standish 


487 


Lewiscon 


A^apleton 


12 


Lisbon 


Mars Hill 


Westbrook 


273 


Li vermore 


Monticello 


Windham 


32 


Livermore Falls 


Prestjue Isle 


Yarmouth .. 


65 


Mechanic Falls 


St. Francis 


M iscelianeous 

Total 


73 


Poland 






Turner . 


Stockholm 


6,559 


Webster 




Franklin: 




M iscelianeous 


Washburn 






Miscellaneous 

Total 


127 


Total 


1,802 


Jay 

Kingfield 


29 




1,033 


14 


Aroostook: 
Ashland 


U 

1 

7 

140 

9 

44 

142 

48 

1 

2 

202 

y 

35 


Cumberland: 
Bridston 


12 


55 

287 

114 

13 

8 

48 

39 

14 

8 

10 

4,981 

40 


Rangeley 


54 


Blaine 


Wilton — 


66 


Bridgewater 


Brunswick. 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


35 


Caribou. . 


Cape Elizabeth 

Cumberland 




Eagle Lake. 


337 




Hancock: 

Bar Harbor 




Fort Fairfield . 






Fort Kent .. 


Gorham 


216 


Frenchville.. 


Grav 


Blue Hill 


16 


Grand Isle. 


HariSswell 


Bucksport 

Deer Isle 


45 


Houlton. . 


New Gloucester 

Portland . . 


11 


Island Falls 


Ellsworth 

Gouldsboro 


94 


Limestone 


Scarborough 


5 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



199 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



MAINE— Continued 



County and city 



Hancock— Continued. 

Mount Desert 

Stonington 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Kennebec: 

Augusta 

Benton 

China 

Clinton.. 

Farmingdale.- 

Gardiner. 

Hallowell 

Monmouth 

Oakland 

Randolph 

Vassalboro 

Water ville 

Winslow 

Winthrop 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Knox: 

Camden 

Rockland 

Rockport 

St. George 

Thomaston 

Union 

Vinalhaven 

Warren 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lincoln: 

Boothbay 

Boothbay Harbor. 

Bristol 

Waldoboro 

Wiscasset 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Oxford: 

Bethel 

Dixfield 

Fryeburg 

Mexico 

Norway 

Oxford,. 

Paris and South 
Paris 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



74 

19 

130 



610 



7 

5 
21 

6 

204 

56 

7 
58 
13 
16 
707 

9 
67 
61 



1,925 



124 
367 
19 
23 
72 
9 
13 
17 
16 



660 



229 



County and city 



Oxford— Continued I 

Rumford 

Miscellaneous 



TotaL 



Penobscot: 

Bangor 

Brewer 

Corinna 

Dexter 

East Millinocket. 

Enfield 

Hampden 

Hermon 

Howland 

Lincoln 

Milford... 

Millinocket 

Newport 

Old Town 

Orono 

Orrington 

Patten 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Piscataquis: 

BrownvOlo 

Dover-Foxcroft. 

Greenville 

Guilford 

Milo.. 

Monson 

Sangerviile 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Sagadahoc: 

Bath 

Richmond 

Topsham 

Miscellaneous. 

Total , 



Somerset: 

Anson 

Bingham 

Fairfield 

Hartland 

Jackman 

Madison 

Moscow 

Norridgewock. 
Pittsfield 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



269 

87 



661 



109 
12 
77 
38 
8 
IS 
1 

17 
42 
11 

189 
23 

101 
61 
3 
13 
37 



2,246 



296 



316 
33 
26 
28 



403 



23 



County and city 



Somerset— Continued. 

Skowhegan 

St. Albans 

Miscellaneous 



Total 



Waldo: 

Belfast 

Searsport 

Winterport... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Washington: 

Bailey ville 

Calais 

Cherry field 

Danforth 

East Machias. 

Eastport- 

Jonesport 

Lubec. 

Machias 

Millbridge 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



York: 

Berwick 

Biddeford 

Buxton 

Eliot 

Hollis 

Kennebunk 

Kennebunkport. 

Kittery... ., 

Lebanon 

Limerick 

North Berwick.. 

Old Orchard 

Saco. 

Sanford 

South Berwick... 

Wells 

York 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Total Maine . 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Returns, Form 1040, 
shewing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables 



150 

2 

38 



157 

21 

7 

71 



41 
101 
10 
20 
6 
79 
10 
39 
27 
13 
62 



35 

333 

21 

11 

6 

103 

43 

98 

7 

17 

38 

59 

225 

359 

60 

51 

104 

49 



1,619 



19,568 



395 



19, 173 



MARYLAND 



Allegany: 

Cumberland-. 

Frostburg 

Lonaconing... 
Mount Savage 
Westernport.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Anne Arundel: 

Annapolis 

Miscellaneous . 

Total 



1,565 
149 
64 
37 
54 
101 



1,970 



709 
444 



1,153 



City of Baltimore 

Baltimore: 

Catonsville 

Towson... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Calvert: Miscellaneous, 

Caroline: 

Denton 

Federalsburg.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



38, 364 



692 

336 

2,292 



Carroll: 

Union Bridge , 

Westminster , 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cecil: 

Elkton 

North East 

Port Deposit 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Charles: Miscellaneous, 



36 

211 
194 



150 
26 
61 

185 



200 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

MARYLAND— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num'i 
berof 
retura 


Dorchester: 

Cambridge 


237 
16 
53 


Montgomery: 

Chevy Chase 

Rockville . 


1,265 
218 
373 

1,129 


Washington: 

Boonsboro 


1 


Hurlock - 


Hagerstown 


1,16 


Miscellaneous 


Tacoma Park 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


Williamsport 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


6 
14 


Total 


306 




2,985 


1,376 


Frederick: 


116 

608 
237 


Prince Georges: 

Capitol Heights 

' Hyattsville 


Wicomico: 

Salisbury.. . . 


Brunswick 


24 
310 
131 

155 
702 




Frederick 


360 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


28 


Total 


961 


Laurel 




Mount Ranier 

Miscellaneous 

Total 






Worcester: 




Garrett: 


68 

48 


48 


Miscellaneous 


1,322 


Pocomoke City 


95 




Queen Anne: 


45 
66 


Total 


116 


84 
52 


Miscellaneous 

Total 






Harford: 


113 

124 
142 
128 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


254 








Belair 


136 


Miscellaneous for the 










St. Marys: Miscella- 


Nonresident aliens 
and American 


Miscellaneous 


71 


Total 


507 


Somerset: 

Crisfield 


citizens residing 
abroad 






78 
71 


6,237 


Howard; 


146 
122 


Residents of other 
States 




Ellicott City— 

Miscellaneous. 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


8,067 


Total Maryland-. 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables 




149 


69,720 


Total 


268 


Talbot: 

Fasten . 




238 
35 
70 




Kent: 


135 
66 




Chestertown 

Miscellaneous 


St. Michaels 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


1.066 


Total 


201 


343 


68,664 











MASSACHUSETTS 



Barnstable: 


403 
143 
71 
61 
267 
96 
60 
98 
69 
72 
59 


Bristol— Continued. 
Berkley 


3 

80 

78 

184 

385 

2,580 

31 

283 

3,427 

555 

118 

54 

10 

33 

100 

77 

1,258 

76 


Essex— Continued. 

Hamilton 


146 






Haverhill... 


2,066 






Ipswich 


224 






Lawrence -. 


2,414 




Fairhaven 


Lynn 


4,868 




Fall River 


Lynnfield 


126 




Freetown 


Manchester 


218 




Mansfield... 


Marblehead 

Merrimac 


766 




New Bedford 

North Attleboro 


83 




Methuen.. 


624 




Middleton 


28 








162 


Total 


1,399 


Rehoboth 


Newbury 


56 






Newburyport 

North Andover 


669 


Berkshire: 


344 

37 

2 

98 

310 

28 

28 

201 

153 

13 

870 

2,877 

40 

94 

23 

250 

46 


Somerset 


331 


Adams 




773 


Cheshire . . 




Rockport 


161 




Clarksburg. 






36 


Dal ton 


Total 




1,974 
37 


Great Harrington... 


10, 326 


Salisbury 


Hinsdale 


Dukes: 

Edgartown 




468 

1,437 

61 

29 

116 


Lanesborough 

Lee 


57 

25 

92 

6 


Swampscott 


Lenox 


Oak Bluffs 


West Newbury 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


New Marlborough.. 
North Adams 


Tisbury 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


22,019 


Sheffield 


179 


Franklin: 






Essex: 


2 
16 


West Stockbridge... 


410 

792 

1,261 

547 

44 

63 

1,006 

66 


Colrain 


Williamstown 




Deerfield 


97 


Miscellaneous 


Beverly 


Erving 


10 




6,414 




Greenfield.. 


827 


Total 




Montague 


278 


Bristol- 


21 
973 


Georgetown 

Gloucester 


Northfleld 


72 




Orange 


183 


Attleboro. 


Groveland 


Shellburne 


100 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



201 



Table U. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

MASSACHUSETTS— Continued 



County and city- 



Franklin— Continued. 

Sunderland 

Whately- 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Hampden: 

Agawam 

Chester 

Chicopee. 

East Longmeadow.. 

Holyoke 

Longmeadow 

Ludlow 

Monson 

Palmer.. 

Russell-- 

Southwick 

Springfield 

Westfleld 

West Springfield 

Wilbratiam 

Miscellaneous 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Hampshire: 

Amherst 

Belchertown... 
Easthampton.. 

Hadley 

Harfield 

Huntington 

Northampton- 
South Hadley. 

Ware 

Williamsburg.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Middlesex: 

Acton 

Arlington 

Ashland 

Ayer 

Bedford. 

Belmont 

Billerica 

Burlington 

Cambridge 

Chelmsford 

Concord 

Dracut 

Everett- 

Framingham 

Groton 

y Holliston.- 

m Hopkinton 

^' Hudson 

Lexington 

Lincoln 

Littleton 

Lowell 

Maiden..- 

Marlborough- _. 

MajTiard 

Medford 

Melrose..- 

Natick 

Newton 

North Reading. 

tPepperell 
Reading 
Shirley 
Somerville 
Stoneham 
Stow.... 

Sudbury 



1,700 



148 

45 

979 

64 

2,623 

649 

132 

104 

295 

31 

13 

8,390 

674 

669 

75 

61 



Total : 14,942 



321 
21 

263 

47 

49 

29 

,498 

327 

250 
45 
79 



2,929 



118 

3,066 

113 

144 

116 

2,529 

132 

33 

7,252 

192 

611 

62 

1,533 

1,231 

155 

125 

97 

297 

828 

160 

72 

2,906 

2,835 

532 

220 

3,289 

2,458 

684 

9,273 

16 

93 

802 

43 

4,558 

447 

44 

69 



County and city 



Middlesex— Continued. 

Tewksbury 

Townsend 

T jTigsborough 

Wakefield.-- 

Waltham 

Watertown 

Wayland- 

Westford 

Weston 

Wilmington 

Winchester 

Woburn 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Nantucket: Nantucket.. 

Norfolk: 

Avon..- 

Bellingham. -. 

Braintree 

Brookline.... 

Canton 

Cohasset 

Dedham... 

Dover 

Foxborough 

Franklin 

Holbrook 

Medfield - 

Medway 

Millis 

Milton 

Needhan 

Norfolk 

Norwood 

Plainville- 

Quincy 

Randolph 

Sharon 

Stoughton 

Walpole-- 

Wellesley- 

Westwood 

Weymouth.- 

Wrentham 

Total 

Plymouth: 

Abington 

Bridgewater 

Brockton 

Carver 

Duxbury 

East Bridgewater— 

Hanover 

Hanson.. 

Hingham— 

HuU 

Kingston 

Lakeville.- 

Marion 

Marshfield 

Mattapoisett 

Middleborough 

Norwell 

Pembroke-- 

Plymouth. 

Rochester 

Rockland-- 

Scitutate 

Wareham..- 

West Bridgewater. - 

Whitman 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



34 
34 

21 

809 

1,524 

2,243 

162 

90 

344 

121 

1,674 

856 

45 



55, 082 



213 



62 

21 
946 
8,907 
346 
297 
905 
103 
151 
346 
113 

77 
115 

67 

1,780 

947 

38 
833 

48 
4,446 
240 
261 
301 
418 
1,611 
121 
841 
101 



24, 441 



236 

190 

2,751 

38 

98 
136 
127 

48 
601 

87 

8 

7 

100 

129 

69 
337 

46 

42 
673 

17 
341 
228 
214 

64 
298 

19 



6,904 



County and city 



Suffolk: 

Boston 

Chelsea.. - 

Revere 

Winthrop. 

Total... 



Worcester: 

Ashbumham 

AthoL- 

Auburn 

Barre 

Berlin- 

Blackstone 

Boylston., 

Brookfleld- 

Carlton 

Clinton- 

Douglas l'.^.... 

Dudley 

Fitchburg 

Gardner 

Grafton 

Hardwick 

Holden 

Hopedale 

Hubbardston 

Lancaster 

Leicester 

Leominster 

Lunenburg 

Mendon 

Milford 

Millbury 

Millville. 

Northboro 

Northridge 

North Brookfleld 

Oxford 

Rutland 

Shrewsbury 

Southboro 

Southbridge. ..: 

Spencer 

Sterling 

Sturbridge 

Sutton 

Templeton 

Upton 

Uxbridge 

Warren 

Webster 

Westboro 

West Boylston 

West Brookfleld 

Westminster 

Winchendon 

Worcester— ...; 

Miscellaneous \ 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



47,457 

1,224 

968 

1,538 



51, 187 



Total 

Residents of 
States 



other 



62 

418 

135 

109 

19 

42 

27 

98 

34 

372 

71 

47 

1,563 

664 

182 

36 

120 

134 

14 

81 

133 

728 

33 

25 

479 

200 

62 

71 

236 

82 

73 

69 

236 

140 

514 

216 

38 

28 

25 

73 

34 

194 

76 

420 

166 

66 

23 

31 

190 

10, 012 

169 

19. 049 

1.669 



Total Massachu- 
setts. i 217,453 

Returns, Form 1040, ' 
showing no net in- ! 
come, not included 



in general tables 

Total in general 
tables... 



4,137 



213, 316 



202 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table U.— Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

MICHIGAN 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Alcona: Miscellaneous.. 

Alger: 

Munising 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Allegan: 

Allegan 

Otsego 

Plain well 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Alpena: 

Alpena 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Antrim: 

Mancelona 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Arenac: ISIiscellaneous- 

Baraga: 

Baraga 

L'Anse 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Barry: 

Hastings 

Nashville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Bay: 



Bay City, 

Essexville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Benzie: 

Frankfort 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Berrien: 

Benton Harbor. 
Berrien Springs. 

Buchanan 

Niles 

New Buffalo 

St. Joseph 

Three Oaks 

Watervliet 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Branch: 

Bronson 

Coldwiiter 

Quincy 

Union City — 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



40 



119 



118 
74 
70 

151 



413 



321 

4 



32S 



156 
28 
43 



227 



1,651 
37 



1,757 



100 



759 
41 

135 

443 
42 

415 
54 
59 

157 



2,105 



County and city 



Calhoun: 

Albion 

Battle Creek.. 

Homer 

Jilarshall 

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. 



Clare: 

Clare 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Clinton: 

Ovid 

St Johns 

Miscellaneous. 

TotaJ 



Crawford: 

Grayling 

Miscellaneous. 

Total .- 



Delta: 

Escanaba 

Gladstone 

Wells 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



41 

222 

21 

20 

2 

306 



Dickinson: 

Iron Mountain. 

Norway 

Vulcan 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total- 



Eaton: 

Belle vue 

Charlotte 

Eaton Rapids. 
Grand Ledge.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



278 

2,424 

36 

178 

42 



2.958 



57 

203 

28 

12 



300 



186 



123 

47 



170 



64 



32 

125 

73 



230 



74 



484 
125 
17 
31 



657 



447 
73 
20 
46 



586 



26 
173 
108 
111 

42 



County and city 



Emmet: 

Harbor Sprmgs. 

Pellston 

Petoskey 

Miscellaneous... 



Total- 



Genesee: 

Clio 

Davison 

Fenton 

Flint 

Flushing 

Mount Morris- 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Gladwin: 

Gladwin 

Miscellaneous. 

Total - 



Gogebic: 

Anvil Location. 

Bessemer 

Iron wood 

Wakefield 

Miscellaneous- 



Total . 



Grand Traverse: 
Traverse City. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Gratiot: 

Alma 

Ithaca.. - 

St. Louis 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hillsdale: 

HUlsdale 

Jones ville 

Reading 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Houghton: 

Atlantic Mine. 

Baltic 

Calumet 

Chassell.- 

Dollar Bay 

Hancock 

Houghton 

llubbell 

Kearsarge 

Lake Linden.. 

Laurium 

Painesdale 

South Range.. 
Trimountain.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



82 

15 

272 

31 



400 



48. 

5a 

115 

7,211 

62' 

67 
148. 



7,704. 






14 

129 

451 

62 

45 



701 



354 
24 



378. 



17a 






344 



20ft 
26 
23. 
42 









l,2ir 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



203 



Table 11.- 



-Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



MICHIGAN— Continued 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



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 

Iron: 

Amasa 

Caspian 

Crystal Falls 

Iron River 

Stambaugb 

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 

Grand ville 

Lowell 

Rockford 

Sparta 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

62320—31- 



85 



300 



232 
3,458 
18 
86 
29 
65 



3,888 



7 

23 
82 
192 
42 
27 



373 



177 
53 



230 



159 



2,988 
45 
97 



3,130 



22 



26 



21 
10, 110 
41 
81 
59 
80 
153 



10,545 
-14 



County and city 



Keweenaw: 

Mohawk 

Miscellaneous. -- 

Total- - 

Lake: Miscellaneous 

Lapeer: 

Almont.- 

Imlay City 

Lapeer.-- 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Leelanau: Miscellane- 
ous 



Lenawee: 

Adrian 

Blissfield 

Clinton 

Hudson 

Morenci 

Tecumseh 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Livingston: 

Brighton 

Howell 

Towler ville... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Luce: 

Newberry 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Mackinac: 

St. Ignace 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Macomb: 

East Detroit 

Mount Clemens. 
New Baltimore.. 

Richmond-- 

Romeo 

Roseville 

St. Clair Shores.. 

Utica-- -.. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Manistee: 

Arcadia 

Manistee 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Marquette: 

Champion 

Gwinn 

Ishpeming 

Marquette.. ..- 

Negaunee 

Republic 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



38 



10 



27 
67 
135 



318 



45 



534 
50 
42 
69 
55 



918 



49 
168 
27 
20 



264 



82 



120 



877 
32 
35 
58 
36 

150 
69 

258 



1,601 



9 

240 

36 



285 



11 

298 

632 

157 

11 

52 



1,167 



County and city 



Mason: 

Ludington 

Scottville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Mecosta: 

Big Rapids.. - 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Menominee: 

Hermansville. 

Menominee 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Midland: 

Midland 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Missaukee: Miscella- 
neous 



Monroe: 

Dundee 

Monroe 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Montcalm: 

Carson City... 

Greenville 

Howard City. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Montmorency: Miscel- 
laneous 



Muskegon: 

Montague 

Muskegon 

Muskegon Heights. 

Whitehall-.- 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Newaygo: 

Fremont 

Newaygo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total -. 



Oakland: 

Berkley 

Birmingham 

Bloom field Hills . 

Clawson-- 

Farmington 

Ferndale.- 

Holly 

Milford 

Oak Park 

Orion.- 

Oxford 

Pleasant Ridge.. 

Pontiac- 

Rochester 

Royal Oak 

Miscellaneous 



Total 8,412 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



270 
20 
21 



311 



135 
40 



175 



20 
342 

35 



397 



367 
27 



394 



24 



20 

888 
117 



1,025 



32 
159 

12 
103 



306 



250 
46 
52 



2,356 



138 



62 

1,110 

112 

48 

167 

703 

77 

87 

1 

63 

103 

254 

3,204 

183; 

1,728 

520 



204 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



MICHIGAN— Continued 



County and city 



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: 

Gaylord - 

Misee laneous 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total. 



Ottawa: 

Coopersville.. 
Grand Haven. 

Holland 

Spring Lake.. 

Zeeland 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Presque Isle: 

Onaway 

Rogers City... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Roscommon: 
neous 



Miscella- 



Saginaw: 

Carrollton 

Chesaning 

Frankenmuth. 

Saginaw 

St. Charles.... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total , 



135 



62 



31 



100 



56 



29 
325 
621 

70 
132 

83 



1,260 



15 
105 
26 



22 



5 

50 

37 

3,250 

44 
97 



3,483 



County and city 



St. Clair: 

Algonac 

Marine City.. 

Marys ville 

Port Huron... 

St. Clair 

Yale... 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

St. Joseph: 

Constantine.. 
Stm-gis 

Three Rivers. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sanilac: 

Croswell 

Marlette 

Sandusky 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Schoolcraft: 

Manistique... 
Miscellaneous, 

Total 

Shiawassee: 

Corunna 

Durand 

Owosso 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Tuscola: 

Caro 

Cass City 

Vassar 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Van Buren: 

Bangor 

Decatur 

Hartford 

Lawton 

Paw Paw 

South Haven. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



120 
161 
22 
1,364 
216 
48 
77 



2,007 



46 
286 
271 
101 



704 



190 



141 
9 

150 



22 
120 
4fiB 

62 



670 



266 



43 
26 
60 
29 
101 
220 
72 



County and city 



Washtenaw: 

Ann Arbor 

Chelsea 

Manchester 

Milan 

Saline 

Ypsilanti 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wayne: 

Brightmoor 

Centerline 

Dearborn i 

Detroit- 

Ecorse 

Eloise 

Fordson (formerly 
Springwells).! 

Flat Rock... -. 

Grosse lie. 

Grosse Pointe 

Garden City 

Grosse Point Farms. 

Hamtramck- 

Highland Park 

Inkster 

Lincoln Park 

Melvindals 

Northville 

Plymouth 

River Rouge 

Trenton 

Wayne. 

Wyandotte 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

We.'fford : 

Cadillac 

Manton 

Miscellaneous 

Total.... 

Miscellaneous for State: 
Residents of other 

States 

Nonresident aliens 
and American citi- 
zens residing 
abroad. 

Total Michigan... 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not mcluded in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables 



Num- 
ber of 
retur: 



ler 01 R 
turnaM 

1,859 



6& 
27 
76 
42 

572 
23 



2,659 



3 

55 

2,010 

90,809 

258 

3 



57 

123 

2,035 

1 

322 

621 

3,638 

69 

163 

35 

144 

358 

361 

163 

344 

1,130 

206 



102, 808 



257 
13 
8 



278 



1,306 



600 



180, 792 
2,874 



177, 918 



MINNESOTA 



Aitkin: 

Aitkin . 


41 
26 


Becker: 

Detroit Lakes. 

Frazee. 


142 
16 
21 


Benton: 

Sauk Rapids 

M iscellaneous 

Total 


20 




26 




Miscellaneous 

Total 






67 


46 




179 




Big Stone: 

Ortonville 




Anoka: 

Anoka 


105 
11 


Beltrami: 

Bemidji 


152 
23 


57 




Miscellaneous 

Total 


50 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Total . . 


116 


175 


lor 











• Returns for Fordson included in Dearborn. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



205 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and toivnships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

MINNESOTA— Continued 



County and city 



Blue Earth: 

Lake Crystal.. 

Mankato 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Brown: 

New Ulm 

Sleepy Eye 

Springfield 

Miscellaneous. 

Total , 

Carlton: 

Cloquet 

Miscellaneous- 
Total , 

Carver: 

Chaska 

Waconia 

Miscellaneous- 



Total 


146 






Cass: 

Cass Lake 


42 


Miscellaneous. 


50 


Total 


92 






Chippewa: 

Montevideo.. 

Miscellaneous. 


92 
44 


Total 


136 






Chisago: Miscellaneous. 


97 


Clay: 

BarnesvOle 


24 


Moorhead 


190 


Miscellaneous 


72 


Total 


286 







Clearwater: Miscellane- 
ous 

Cook: Miscellaneous.. , 



Cottonwood: 

Mountain Lake. 

Windom 

Miscellaneous... 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total. 



Crow Wing: 

Brainerd , 

Crosby 

Ironton 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Dakota: 

Farmington 

Hastings 

South St. Paul- 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



25 

586 

58 



185 
56 
56 
19 



316 



241 

74 



315 



230 
91 
30 
38 



27 

72 

287 

99 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Dodge: 

Kasson.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Douglas: 

Alexandria- 

Osakis 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Faribault: 

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: Miscellaenous-..[ 

Hennepin: 

Crystal Bay 

Edina.-- 

Excelsior 

Hopkins 

Minneapolis 

Richfield 

Robbinsdale 

St. Louis Park--. 

Wayzata 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Houston: 

Caledonia 

Miscellaneous 

Total.- 

Hubbard: 

Park Rapids 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Isanti: 

Cambridge 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



106 
25 
25 



156 



193 



218 



316 
66 



382 



28 
35 
294 
45 
66 



13 

6 

121 

145 

28,948 

2 

110 

80 

93 

158 



29, 676 



County and city 



Itasca: 

Bovey 

Coleraine 

Grand Rapids 

Keewatin. 

Nashwauk 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jackson: 

Jackson 

Lakefield 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Kanabec: 

Mora 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kandiyohi: 

Willmar 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Kittson: Miscellaneous.. 

Koochiching: 

International Falls.. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lac qui Parle: 

Dawson 

Madison 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lake: 

Two Harbors 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Lake of the Woods ; Mis- 
cellaneous 

Le Sueur: 

Le Sueur 

Montgomery 

New Prague 

WatervUle-. 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Lincoln: Miscellaneous.. 

Lyon: 

Marshall 

Tracy.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

McLeod: 

Olencoe 

Hutchinson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
return 



206 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, hy counties, cities, and townships, showing- 
number of returns — Continued 

MINNESOTA— Continued 



County and city 



Mahnomen: 

Miscellaneous.. 

Marshall : 

Warren 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Martin: 

Fairmont- 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total...-—. 

Meeker: 

Litchfield 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Mille Lacs: 

Milaca 

Princeton 

Miscellaneous.- 

Total.- 

Morrison: 

Little Falls 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total.- 

Mower: 

Austin --- 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total.- 

Murray: 

Slayton 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 

Nicollet: 

St. Peter 

Miscellaneous-. 

Total 

Nobles: 

Adrian 

Worthington... 
Miscellaneous- 

Total 

Norman: 

Ada.- _- 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Olmsted: 

Rochester 

Miscellaneous-, 

Total 

Ottertail: 

Fergus Falls 

Pelican Rapids, 

Perham 

Miscellaneous-. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



90 



203 



158 



121 
60 



171 
349 



417 



84 



107 
29 



136 



17 
137 



202 



75 



756 
56 



812 



290 
26 
29 
94 



439 



County and city 



Pennington: 

Thief River Falls. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pine: 

Pine City 

Sandstone— 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pipestone: 

Pipestone - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Polk: 

Crookston 

East Grand Forks 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pope: 

Glenwood 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ramsey: 

North St. Paul-.-. 

St. Paul 

White Bear Lake. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Red Lake: 

Red Lake Falls... 
Miscellaneou s 

Total 

Redwood: 

Redwood Falls 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Renville: 

Bird Island 

Fairfax 

Olivia.- 

Renville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rice: 

Faribault 

Northfield 

M is cellaneous 

Total 

Rock: 

Luveme 

Miscellan ecus 

Total 

Roseau: 

Roseau 

Warroad 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



123 
43 



166 



172 
66 



324 



92 



61 

9,145 

174 

14 



9,394 



24 



169 



220 



289 
191 
23 



503 



102 
29 



131 



43 



County and city 



St. Louis: 

Aurora— 

Biwabik 

Buhl 

Chisholm 

Duluth 

Ely 

Eveleth- , 

Gilbert 

Hibbing , 

Mountain Iron. 

Proctor- 

Virginia 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Scott: 

Belleplaine 

Jordan. 

Shakopee 

Miseellaneous- 

Total 



Sherburne: 

Elk River 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Sibley: 

Winthrop 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Stearns: 

Cold Spring— 

Melrose— 

Paynesville — 

St. Cloud 

St. Joseph 

Sauk Center.. 
Waite Park... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Steele: 

Blooming Prairie. 

Owatonna 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Stevens: 

Morris 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Swift: 

Appleton 

Benson 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Todd: 

Long Prairie.. 

Staples 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



19 

22 

26 

171 

4,190 

214 

269 

28 

495 

9 

144 

437 

193 

6,217 



16 
36 
61 
14 



127 



40- 
19 



69 



22 
84 



106 



23 
28 
41 
693 
12 
67 
9 
96 



868 



17 

256 

13 



286 



66 
40 



106 



138 



56 
67 
64 

176 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



207 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

MINNES T A— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Traverse: 


37 

21 


Washington: 

Bay Port 


37 
253 
112 


Wright: 

Buffalo 


50 




Stillwater 


Cokato 


35 




Miscellaneous 

Total 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


109 




58 






402 


194 


Wabasha: 


123 
30 
46 
62 


U'atonwan: 

Martelia 


Yellow Medicine: 

Canby 




25 
101 
29 




Plainvicw... 


56 


Wabasha 


St. James.- 


Granite Falls 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


58 


Miseellanecus 


Miscellaneous 

Total.. 


42 


Total 


261 


155 


156 


Wilkin: 

Breekenridge 

.Miscellaneous 

Total 


Total Minnesota. - 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 




TVadena: 
\\ adena 


81 
14 


86 
32 


61,809 


Miscellaneous. 




Total 


95 


118 


1,103 




Winona: 

St. Charles 


Total in general 
tables 




Waseca: 

Janesville 


19 

117 
26 


17 

625 

38 


60,701 




Winona 




Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous.. 

Total 




Total 


162 


680 











MISSISSIPPI 



Adams: 

Natchez 


422 
3 


Chickasaw: 

Houston 


30 
55 

7 


j Covington: Miscellane- 

1 ous _ . 


28 


Miscellaneous 


Okolona. 


DeSota: Miscellaneous.. 
Forrest: 


87 




^Miscellaneous 

Total 




Total 


425 






92 


5,5--> 


Alcorn: 


190 
1 


Choctaw: 

-4.ckerman 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


10 


7 
3 


Miscellaneous... ... 


562 




M iscellaneous 

Total 


Franklin: 
Bude 




Total 


191 






10 


''0 


Amite: 


17 
24 


Claiborne: 

Port Gibson 

M iscellaneous 

Total 


M iscellaneous 

Total 




74 
10 




^Miscellaneous. 


43 




George: Miscellaneous. _ 
Greene: Miscellaneous.. 

Grenada: 

Grenada 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hancock: 

Bay St. Louis 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Harrison: 

BUoxi 

Gulfport 

Long Beach 

Pass Christian 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hinds: 

Jackson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

1 




Total 


41 


14 
26 




84 




97 
16 


Clarke: 

Quitman .... 


-Kosciusko 


31 
4 

24 




Miscellaneous 


162 








Total 


113 


2vl iscellaneous _ 

Total 






174 




8 


59 




Clay: 

West Point 




Bolivar: 

Cleveland 


141 
80 
62 
71 

267 


88 
2 


92 
20 


Rosedale 


Miscellaneous _ 

Total 


112 






Shelby 


90 




Miscellaneous 


Coahoma: 

Clarksdale... 


272 


475 
226 


438 


Total 


621 


12 


Miscellaneous 

Total 






58 


Calhoun: 


12 
8 


701 


40 


Calhoun City 


Copiah: 

Crystal Springs 

Ilazlehurst 


820 


50 
83 
32 






Total 


20 


2,051 




Miscellaneous 

Total 


119 


Carroll: Miscellaneous.. 


33 


165 


2,170 









208 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number oj returns — Continued 

MISSISSIPPI— Continued 



Countv and city 



Holmes: 

Durant 

Lexington 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Humphreys: 

Belzoni 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



59 
74 
187 



270 



117 
54 



171 



Issaquena: Miscellane- 
ous 

Itawamba: Miscellane- 
ous 



Jackson: 

Moss Point 

Ocean Springs . 

Pascagoula 

Miscellaneous., 

Total 



Jasper: Miscellaneous... 
Jefferson : M iscellaneous . 
JeffersonDavis: Miscel- 
laneous 



Jones: 

Ellisville 

Laurel — 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Kemper: 

Electric Mills. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

LaFayette: Oxford. 

Lamar: 

Lumberton 

Sumrall 

Miscellaneous.. 



177 



28 

464 

19 



Total. 



Lauderdale: 

Meridian 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lawrence: Miscellane- 
ous 

Leake: Miscellaneous... 



Lee: 



Raldwyn 

Tupelo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



I/cflore: 

Greenwood 

Itta Bena 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



912 
10 



12 
184 
36 



643 
72 
118 

833 



County and city 



Lincoln: 

Brookhaven... 

Norfield 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lowndes: 

Columbus 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



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: 

Macon 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Oktibbeha: 

Starkville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Panola; 

Batesville 

Sardis 

Miscellaneous. 

Tola! 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



208 



323 
16 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Pearl River: 

Picayune 

Poplarville 

Miscellaneous. 



339 



201 
20 



117 



90 



110 

83 



201 



82 



120 



69 



Total 

Perry: Miscellaneous. 

Pike: 

McComb 

Magnolia 

Summit 

Miscellaneous — 



Total - 



1341 



3441 



Pontotoc: Pontotoc 

Prentiss: Booneville 


41 
37 


Quitman: 


32 


Miscellaneous 


63 


Total 


95 






Rankin: 


10 


Miscellaneous. 


14 


Total 


24 






Scott: 


41 


Miscellaneous 


23 


Total 


64 






Sharkey: Miscellaneous. 
Simpson: Miscellaneous. 

Smith: 


8( 
4f 


Miscellaneous 


« 


Total 


% 






Stone: 


IS 


Miscellaneous '.-. 

Total 


2{ 






Sunflower: 


6' 




131 




43 




64 


M iscellaneous. 

Total 


137 

439 






Tallahatchie: 


52 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


179 
231 






Tate: 


40 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


24 
64 


Tippah: 


37 


Miscellaneous 


14 


Total...' 


51 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



209 



Table 11.— Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

MISSISSIPPI— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Tishomingo: 


13 

5 


Washington— Contd. 


136 

118 


W inston: 

Louisville 


62 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total . 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


12 


Total 


18 


857 


74 




Wayne: 

Waynesboro 


Yalobusha: 

Water Valley 

Miscellaneous _ 

Total 




Tunica: 


67 
73 

140 


28 
18 


101 
35 


Miscellaneous 


M iscellaneou s - . 

Total 

Webster: 
Eupora 




46 

18 
3 


136 


Total 


Yazoo: 

Yazoo City 








Union: New Albany 

Walthall: Tylertown..- 


83 
34 


251 


M iscell aneous 

Total 


61 


Miscellaneous. , 

Total 






947 
15 


302 


Warren: 

Vicksburs 


21 


Total Mississippi. 
I Retiuns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not Included in 


16, 420 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Wilkinson: 

CentrevUle 


21 

46 

6 

73 




962 




Washington: 






555 
48 


]V-iscellaneous 

Total 


731 


Total in general 
tables 








15, 689 











MISSOURI 



Adair: 

Kirks ville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Andrew: 

Savannah 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Atchison: 

Rockport 

Tarkio 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Audrain: 

Mexico 

Vandalia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Barry: 

Cassville 

Monett 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Barton: 

Lamar 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Bates: 

Butler 

Rich Hill 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



176 
18 



133 



216 
32 

11 



259 



72 



Benton: 



Warsaw 


8 


Miscellaneous 


13 


Total 


21 






Bollinger: Miscellaneous 


4 


Booge: 

Centralia 


36 


Columbia 


380 


Miscellaneous 


7 


Total 


423 






Buchanan: 

St. Joseph. 

Miscellaneous 


2,185 
22 


Total 


2,207 






Butler: 

Poplar Bluff 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


167 
6 

173 






Caldwell: 

Hamilton 


8 


Miscellaneous 


20 


Total 


28 






Callaway: 

Fulton 


120 


Miscellaneous 


12 


Total 


132 






Camden: Miscellaneous 


1 


Cape Girardeau: 

Cape Girardeau 


333 
44 


Miscellaneous 


8 


Total 


385 







Carroll: 

Carrollton.. _. 

Norborne 

Miscellaneous 

Total '\ 

Carter: Miscellaneous . . 

Cass: 

Harrison ville 

Pleasant Hill. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cedar: 

Eldorado Springs... 
Miscellaneous 

Total ' 

Charlton: 

Brunswick 

Salisbury 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Christian: Miscellaneous 

Clark: 

Kahoka 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clay: 

Excelsior Springs- 
Liberty 

North Kansas City. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 



100 

25 
11 



136 



63 



128 
117 
70 
48 



210 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townshi'ps, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



MISSOUKI— Continued 



County and city 



Clinton: 

Cameron 

Plattsburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cole: 

Jefferson City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cooper: 

Boonville 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Crawford: Miscellaneous 

Dade: 

Greenfield 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dallas: Miscellaneous.. 

Daviess: 

Gallatin 

Pattonsburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total -.. 

De Kalb: Miscellaneous. 

Dent: Salem.. 

Douglas: Ava 

Dunkin: 

Campbell 

Kennett -.. 

Maiden 

Scnath 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Franklin: 

Pacific 

St. Clair 

Sullivan 

Union .-. 

Washington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gasconade: 

Hermann 

Owensville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gentry: 

Albany 

King City 

Stanberry 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Greene: 

Ash Grove 

Springfield 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



142 



380 
16 



396 



137 
24 



161 



20 



66 



128 



218 



60 



76 



5 

1,186 

15 



1,206 



County and city 



Grundy: 

Trenton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Harrison: 

Bethany 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Henry: 

Clinton 

Deepwater 

Windsor 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Hickory: Miscellaneous 

Holt: 

Mound City.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Howard: f> 

Fayette 

Glasgow 

New Franklin , 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Howell: 

West Plains 

Willow Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Iron: Miscellaneous 

Jackson: 

Independence 

Kansas City 

Lees Summit 

Sugar Creek. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jasper: 

Carl Junction 

Carterville 

Carthage 

Joplin 

Sarcoxie 

Webb City 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Jefferson: 

Crystal City 

DeSoto 

Festus 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Johnson: 

Holden 

Warrensburg 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



137 
4 



141 



35 



130 



180 



90 



102 



80 



456 

21,014 

48 

24 

117 



21, 659 



186 

938 

13 

114 

7 



1,275 



320 



137 



County and city 



Knox: 

Edina.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

La Clede: 

Lebanon.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Lafayette: 

Concordia 

Higginsville 

Lexington... 

Odessa 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lawrence: 

Aurora 

Marionville 

Mount Vernon 

Pierce City.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lewis: 

Canton 

La Grange 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Lincoln: 

Elsberry 

Troy 

Miscellaneous _ 

Total 

Linn: 

Brookfield 

Marceline 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Livingston: 

Chillicothe. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

McDonald: Miscellane- 
ous 

Macon: 

Bovier 

La Plata 

Macon 

M iscellaneous. 

Total 

Madison: 

Fredericktown 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Maries: Miscellaneous.. 



Num-J 
ber of I 

return 



14 

60 
110 
21 
50 



255 



164 



117 
11 



128 



146 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



211 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



MISSOURI— Continued 



County and city 



Marion: 

Hannibal 

Palmyra 

Aliscellaneous. 

Total 

Mercer: Princeton 

Miller: 

Eldon. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Mississippi: 

Charleston 

East Prairie.-. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total -. 

Moniteau: 

California 

Tipton. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Monroe: 

Monroe City.. 

Paris 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Montgomery: 
Montgomery.. 

Wellsville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Morgan: 

Versailles 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

New Madrid: 

Lilbourn 

Morehouse 

New Madrid., 

Parma 

Portageville... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Newton: 

Qranby 

Neosho 

Seneca 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Nodaway: 

Maryville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Oregon: 

Thayer 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



533 
26 



665 



48 



49 



68 



05 



16 



100 



102 
54 



156 



County and city 



Osage: Miscellaneous... 
Ozark: Miscellaneous.. 

Pemiscot: 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Caruthersville 

Hayti 


110 
22 


Steele 


18 


Miscellaneous 


7 


Total... 


157 






Perry: 

Perrvville. 


29 


Miscellaneous 


6 


Total 


35 






Pettis: 

Sedalia 


432 


Miscellaneous 


27 


Total 


459 






Phelps: 

Newburg 


8 


Rolla 


71 


St. James.. 


10 


Miscellaneous 


6 


Total... 


95 






Pike: 

Bowling Green 

Louisiana 


30 
113 


Miscellaneous 


21 


Total. 


164 






Platte: 

Weston.. 


21 


Miscellaneous 


77 


Total 


98 






Polk: 

Bolivar 


23 


Humans ville 

Miscellaneous 


3 
4 


Total 


30 






Pulaski: Miscellaneous.. 


26 


Putnam: 

Unionville 


21 


Miscellaneous 


3 


Total 


24 






Ralls: Miscellaneous 


16 


Randolph: 

Huntsville 


10 


Mtiberly 


440 


Miscellaneous 


15 


Total 


465 






Ray: 

Richmond 


70 


Miscellaneous.. 


47 


Total... . 


117 






Reynolds: Miscellaneous 


10 



County and city 



Ripley: 

Doniphan 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

St. Charles: 

St. Charles 

M iscellaneous 

Total - 

St. Clair: 

Appleton City 

Osceola 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

St. Francois: 

Bismarck 

Bonne Terre 

Desloge 

Elvins.. 

Farmington 

Flat River... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ste. Genevieve: 

Ste. Genevieve 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

City of St. Louis 

St. Louis: 

Brentwood . 

Clayton 

Ferguson 

Glendale 

Kirkwood 

Maplewood.. 

Richmond Heights.. 

Shrewsbury 

University City 

Valley Park 

Webster Groves 

Wellston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Saline: 

Marshall... 

Slater... 

Sweet Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Schuyler: Miscellaneous. 

Scotland: 

Memphis 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



316 
36 



352 



12 
120 
44 
16 
108 
77 
74 



451 



53,054 



25 

1,461 

269 

30 

693 

661 

405 

14 

2,211 

41 

2,099 

126 

1,671 



9,706 



222 



359 



12 



212 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



MISSOURI— Continued 



County and city 



Scott: 

Chaffee 


69 


Fornfelt 


10 


Elmo 


28 


Sikeston 


90 


Miscellaneous 


22 


Total 


209 


Shannon: Miscellaneous 


7 


Shelby: 

Clarence. 


15 


Shelbina 


21 


Miscellaneous 


12 


Total 


48 






Stoddard: 

Bernie.. 


1 


Bloomfleld 


13 


Dexter 


27 


Miscellaneous 


12 


Total - 


53 






Stone: 

Crane 


12 


Miscellaneous 


3 


Total 


15 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



County and city 



Sullivan: 

Milan 

Miscellaneous - . 

Total 

Taney: Miscellaneous.. - 
Texas: Miscellaneous 

Vernon: 

Nevada.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Warren: 

Warrenton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Washington: 

Potosi 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wayne: Miscellaneous. . 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



176 
10 



186 



39 



County and city 



Webster: 

Marshfleld 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Worth: 

Grant City 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Wright: 

Mountain Grove. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Total Missouri 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 



Total in general 
tables. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



21 



100, 248 
1,881 



98. 367 



MONTANA 



Beaverhead: 

Dillon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Big Horn: 



Broadwater: Miscella- 
neous. 



143 
102 



245 



Hardin 


55 


Miscellaneous 


25 


Total 


80 


ine: 

Chinook 

Miscellaneous 


51 
62 


Total 


113 



39 



Carbon: 

Red Lodge 


91 


Miscellaneous 


85 


Total 


176 


Carter: Miscellaneous ... 


• 33 


Cascade: 

Great Falls... 


2,450 


Miscellaneous 


187 


Total 


2,637 






Chouteau: 

Fort Benton 

Miscellaneous 


64 
83 


Total 


1.S7 






Custer: 

Miles City 


312 


Miscellaneous 


19 


Total 


331 







Daniels: 

Scobey 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dawson: 

Glendive 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Deerlodge: Anaconda... 

Fallon: 

Baker 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Fergus: 

Lewistown 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Flathead: 

KaUspell 

Whitoflsh 

M iscellaneous 

Total...- - 

Gallatin: 

Bozeman 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Garfield: MisceUaneous. 

Glacier: 

Browning 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



67 



181 
16 



1,178 



36 



243 
155 
54 



452 



322 
94 



416 



42 



Golden Valley: Miscel- 
laneous 



Granite: 

PhiUpsburg... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hill: 



Havre 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Jefferson: Miscellaneous. 

Judith Basin: Miscel- 
laneous 



342 
33 



375 



Lake: 

Poison 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 


re 


Lewis and Clark: 




East Helena .- 


44 


Helena - 


974 


Miscellaneous 


62 


Total 


1,080 


Liberty: Miscellaneous- 


10 


Lincoln: 




Libby 


56 


Miscellaneous. 


37 


Total 


92 


McCone: Miscellaneous. 


18 


Madison: Miscellaneous. 


02 


Meagher: Miscellaneous. 


71 




"■ 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



213 



Table U. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



MONTANA— Continued 



County and city 



Mineral: Miscellaneous. 

Missoula: 

Missoula -. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Musselshell: 

Roundup 

Miscellaneous. 

1; Total -. 



Park: 

Livingston 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



-Petroleum: Miscellane- 
oys 



Phillips: 

Malta 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Pondera: 

Conrad 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Powder River: Miscel- 
laneous.. -. 



Powell: 

Deer Lodge... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Prairie: Miscellaneous. 



805 
66 



126 
76 



349 
36 



385 



82 



52 



29 



175 
43 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Ravalli: 

Hamilton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Richland: 

Sidney 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Roosevelt: 

Poplar 

Wolf Point 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Rosebud: 

Forsyth 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Sanders: Miscellaneous- 
Sheridan: 

Plentywood 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Silver Bow: 

Butte 

. Walker ville... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total.. 



Stillwater: Miscellane- 
ous.. 



113 



74 



137 



132 



66 



30 



4,272 



52 



County and city 



Sweet Grass: 

Big Timber... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Teton: Miscellaneous 

Toole: 

Shelby 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Treasure: Miscellaneous. 
VaUey: 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Yellowstone: 

Billings 

Laurel 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



51 



97 
131 



228 
20 



Glasgow 


107 


Miscellaneous 


59 


Total 


166 






Wheatland: 


59 


Miscellaneous 


23 


Total 


82 


Wibaux: Miscellaneous.. 


11 



971 
61 
31 



1,063 



Total Montana....! 17,281 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 214 

Total in general ! 
tables I 17,067 



NEBRASKA 



-Adams: 

Hastings 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Antelope: 

Neligh 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Arthur: Miscellaneous. 
Banner: Miscellaneous. 
Blaine: Miscellaneous.. 

Boone: 

Albion 

St. Edwards 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bo.x Butte: 

Alliance 

Hemingford 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



678 
36 



97 



293 
37 
3 



333 



Boyd: Miscellaneous.. . 

Brown: 

Ainsworth 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Buffalo: 

Kearney.. 

Ravenna 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Burt: 

Oakland 

Tekamah. 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Butler: 

David City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



258 
49 
84 



391 



122 
76 
105 



303 



119 
142 



261 



Cass: 



Plattsmouth 

Weeping Water. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Cedar: 

Hartington — 

■ Randolph 

Miscellaneous. 



101 
34 
148 



283 



64 
70 
113 



Total.. 


247 






Chase: Miscellaneous... 


60 


Cherry: 

Valentine. . 


51 


Miscellaneous 


111 


Total 


162 






Cheyenne: 

Sidney 


129 


Miscellaneous 


40 


Total 


169 







214 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing- 
number oj returns — Continued 

NEBRASKA— Continued 



County and city 



Clay: 

Sutton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



20 
100 



120 



Colfax: 

Schuyler . 


99 


Miscellaneous 


189 


Total 


288 






Cuming: 

West Point 


127 


Wisner 


128 


Miscellaneous 


94 


Total 


349 






Custer: 

Broken Bow 

Miscellaneous 


75 
104 


Total 


179 






Dakota: 

South Sioux City... 
Miscellaneous 

Total -. . 


41 
106 

147 






Dawes: 





Chadron 


143 


Crawford 


40 


Miscellaneous 


14 


Total 


197 






Dawson: 

Cozad 


48 


Gothenburg 

Lexington 


67 
97 


Miscellaneous 


29 


Total 


241 






Deuel: 

Chappell-- 


34 


Miscellaneous 


18 


Total 


62 






Dixon: 

Wakefield 


55 


Miscellaneous 


71 


Total 


126 






Dodge: 

Fremont 


527 


North Bend 

Scribner.. 


42 
98 


Miscellaneous 


145 


Total 


812 






Douglas: 

Omaha.. 


12, 028 


Valley 


48 


Miscellaneous 


108 


Total 


12, 184 





County and city 



Dundy: 

Benkelman 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fillmore: 

Geneva 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Franklin: 

Franklin 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Frontier: Miscellaneous. 



Furnas: 

Arapahoe 

Beaver City.. 

Cambridge 

Oxford.. 

Miscellaneous. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



43 



126 



97 



70 



Total. 



150 



Gage: 

Beatrice 

Wymore 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Garden: Miscellaneous. 

Garfield: Burwell. 

Gosper: Miscellaneous. 
Grant: Miscellaneous... 
Greeley: Miscellaneous 



Hall: 

Grand Island. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hamilton: 

Aurora 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Harlan: 

Alma 

Orleans 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hayes: Miscellaneous.. 
Hitchcock: Miscel- 
laneous. 



Holt: 

Atkinson 

O'Neill 

Miscellaneous. 



342 
68 
89 



620 
40 



660 



100 

58 



158 



82 



108 



Total 

Hooker: Miscellaneous. 



County and city 



Howard: 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



St. Paul 


49! 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


201 
69! 






Jefierson: 

Fairbury 


231 


M iscellaneous 


81 


Total 


312 






Johnson: 

Tecumseh 


51: 


Miscellaneous 


31 


Total 


82' 






Kearney: 

Minden 


60 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


25 

. 85 






Keith: 

Ogallala 


53 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


33 
86 


Keya Paha: Miscellane- 
ous 


8 


Kimball: 

Kimball 


&1 


Miscellaneous 


26 


Total 


120 


Knox: 

Bloomfield 


35 


Creighton 


40 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


110 
186 


Lancaster: 

Havelock 


51 


Lincoln 


3,707 


Miscellaneous 


113 


Total 


3,871 


Lincoln: 

North Platte.. 

Miscellaneous 


464 
66 


Total 


529 


Logan: Miscellaneous... 

Loup: Miscellaneous 

McPherson: Miscella- 
neous 


23 

6 






Madison: 

Madison 


91 


Newman Grove 

Norfolk 


30 
351 


Tilden 


26 


Miscellaneous 


46 


Total 


543 






Merrick: 

Central City 

Miscellaneous 


116 
54 


Total 


170 







STATISTICS OF INCOME 



215 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

NEBRASKA— Continued 



:;oiinty and city 



Morrill: 

Bayard 

Bridgeport 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Nance: 

Fullerton 

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 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pierce: 

Pierce... 

Plainview 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Platte: 

Columbus 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Polk: 

Osceola 

Stromsburg 

M"' ^cellaneous-. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



79 



102 
60 



158 



246 
105 



65 



115 
49 



164 



296 
120 



416 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Red Willow: 

IMcCook 

Miscellaneous 


218 
55 



Total. 



Richardson: 

Falls City 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Rock: Miscellaneous 

Saline: 

Crete 

Friend.. 

Wilber 

Miscellaneous 



TotaL 



Sarpy: 

Bellevue 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Saunders: 

Ashland 

Wahoo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Scotts Bluff: 

Gering 

Minatare 

Mitchell 

Scottsbluff 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Seward: 

Seward. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sheridan: 

Gordon 

Rushville 

Miscellaneous- 
Total... 



Sherman: 

Loup City 

Miscellaneous ] 

Total 

Sioux: Miscellaneous 



273 



173 



105 
44 
61 



294 



•47 
141 
171 



69 
30 
80 
253 
56 



488 


154 
6 


1 240 


69 
21 
81 


I 171 


32 

1 14 



46 



26 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 





returns 


Stanton: 

Stanton 


75 


.Miscellaneous 


24 


Total 


99 






Thayer: 

Deshler 


21 


Hebron 


48 


Miscellaneous 


94 


Total 


163 






Thomas: Miscellaneous. 


6 



Thurston: 

Pender. , 

Walthill 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



VaUey: 

Ord 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



359 ii 



Washington: 

Blair i 

Miscellaneous I 

Total ! 



WayD%: 

Wayne. 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Webster: 



102 
26 
29 



157 



105 



124 
123 



Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in 



tables - 30,962 



247 



140 
66 



206 



Red Cloud 


37 


Miscellaneous. 

Total 


37 

74 






Wheeler: Miscellaneous- 


8 


York: 

York 


198 


Miscellaneous 


74 


Total 


272 






Total Nebraska... 


31, 739 



777 



NEVADA 



Churchill: 

Fallon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Clark: 

Las Vegas 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



118 
5 



123 



317 
25 



342 



Douglas: Miscellaneous. 

Elko: 

Elko 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Esmeralda: 

Goldfleld 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



273 
227 



82 



Eureka: Miscellaneous. 

Humboldt: 

Winnemucca 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lander: Miscellaneous.. 
Lincoln: 

Caliente 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



66 



153 
66 



104 



103 



216 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929 , by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

NEVADA— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
return i 


Lyon: 

Yerington 


83 
51 


Pershing: 

Lovelock 


82 
31 


White Pine— Contd. 
McGill 


443 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous. 

Total 


Ruth 


287 




Miscellaneous 

Total 


21fi 


Total 


134 


113 




Storey: Virginia City... 

Washoe: 

Reno 


l,23i 


Mineral: Miscellaneous. 


30 


31 


Total Nevada 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 


5,30J 


Nye: 

Tonopah 


216 

48 


1,569 
157 
23 




Sparks . 






M iscellaneous 

Total 




Total - 


264 


13( 


Ormsby: 


78 
8 


1,749 


Total in general 
tables 




Carson City.. 


White Pine: 

East Ely 




77 
213 


5,174 








Total 


86 


Ely 











NEW HAMPSHIRE 



Belknap: 

Alton 

Belmont 

Laconia.- 

Meredith , 

Tilton 

Miscellaneous 

Total , 

Carroll: 

Bartlett 

Conway 

Ossipee 

Wakefield 

Wolfeboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cheshire: 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene 

Marlboro 

Swanzey 

Troy... 

Walpole 

Winchester 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Coos: 

Berlin 

Colebrook 

Gorham 

Lancaster 

Northumberland 

Stewartstown 

Whitefleld 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Grafton: 

Ashland 

Bristol 



20 
11 

336 
62 
86 

100 



615 



24 

4 

72 

102 



293 



52 
73 

674 
39 
20 
20 
52 
36 

103 



1,069 



604 
57 
66 

137 

3 

13 

55 

122 



1,057 



Grafton— Continued 

Campton 

Canaan 

Enfield.'. 

Hanover 

Haverhill 

Lebanon 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

Plymouth 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Hillsborough: 

Amherst 

Antrim 

Bedford.... 

Goffstown 

Greenville 

Hillsborough 

Hudson 

Manchester 

Merimack 

Milford.... , 

Nashua.- 

Peterboro 

Weare 

Wilton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Merimack: 

Andover.. 

Boscawen 

Concord , 

Franklin... 

Henniker 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Northfleld 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Warner 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 



9 

20 

16 

382 

111 

304 

49 

65 

204 

142 

178 



1,573 



11 
33 
11 
49 
38 
84 
30 

2,508 

10 

.135 

1,256 

146 

11 

56 

129 



4,507 



12 

5 

1,429 

227 

32 

14 

12 

1 

5 

68 

18 

280 



2,103 



Rockingham: 

Derry 

Epping 

Exeter 

Hampton 

Kingston 

Londonderry.. 

Newmarket 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Seabrook 

Miscellaneous 

TotaL.. 

Strafiord: 

Dover.- 

Durham 

Farmington... 

Milton 

Rochester 

Somersworth 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sullivan: 

Charlestown 

Claremont.. 

Newport 

Sunapee 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Total New Hamp- 
shire 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



217 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

NEW JERSEY 



County and city 



Atlantic: 

Absecon 

Atlantic City.. 

Egg Harbor 

Hammonton.-. 

Landisville 

Linwood 

Margate 

Mays Landing. 

Northfleld 

Pleasantville... 
Somers Point.. 

Ventnor 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Bergen: 

Allendale 

Alpine 

Bergenfield-. 

Bogata 

Cailstadt 

Cliflside 

Closter. 

Cresskill 

Demarest 

Dumont-- 

East Paterson 

East Rutherford 

Edgewater 

Emeison.. 

Englewood 

Fairview 

Fort Lee - 

Garfield 

Qlenrock 

Orantwood -. 

H aclcensack 

Hasbrouck Heights. 

Hillsdale 

Kingsland 

Leonia... 

Little Ferry 

Lodi 

Lyndhurst. 

Maywood 

Midland Park 

Moonachie 

Morsemere 

North Arlington 

Oradell 

Palisade Park 

Park Ridge. 

Ramsey 

Ridgefleld 

Ridgefield Park 

Ridgewood 

Riveredge 

Rutherford 

Tenafly.. 

^V'a^ington 

Waldwick 

Westwood 

Woodclift Lake 

Woodridge... 

Wortendyke 

Wyckofl. 

Miscellaneous 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



77 

3,725 

83 



37 
209 

55 

62 
268 

31 
604 



Total. 



Burlington: 

Beverly 

Bordentown. 
Burlington. .- 
Florence 



5,305 



191 
9 
457 
666 
250 
293 
204 
114 

80 
339 

78 
308 
267 

42 
1,813 
126 
259 
381 
481 
772 
1,912 
568 
177 

1 ! 
602 
127 
192 
745 
272 
160 

12 

24 
242 
286 
391 
129 
221 
316 
928 
2,038 
215 
1,913 
543 

84 

41 
516 
693 
316 

43 

118 

2,423 



23,378 



145 
166 
289 
45 



County and city 



Burling t on— C ontinued . 

Medford 

Moorestown 

Mount Holly 

Palmyra.. 

Riverside 

Riverton 

Roebling 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



30 

536 
327 
206 
124 
351 
60 
420 



2,699 



Camden: 

Audubon 

Barrington 

Bellmawr 

Berlin 

Blackwood 

Brooklawn 

Camden ,... 

Clementon 

Collingswood 

Gloucester 

Haddonfield 

Haddon Heights 

Laurel Springs. 

Lindenwold 

Magnolia 

Merchantville 

Mount Ephraim 

Oaklyn 

Runnemede 

Westmont 

Woodlynne.-. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Cape May: 

Cape May 

Cape May Court 

House.- 

Ocean City 

Wildwood. 

Woodbine 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Cumberland : 

Biidgeton 

Millville 

Port Norris... 

Vineland 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Essex: 

Belleville 

Bloomfield 

Caldwell. 

East Orange. - 

Glenridge 

Hilton.. 

Irvington 

Livingston 

Maplewood... 

Millburn 

Montclair 

Newark 

Nutley 

Orange 

Roseland 

Short Hills 

South Orange. 
Verona 



330 

35 

5 

62 
49 
36 
2,640 
41 
1,073 

289 

902 

412 
62 
24 
36 

742 
23 

124 
22 

124 
51 

171 



7,253 



138 

44 
289 
286 

13 
111 



881 




1,245 

2,850 

657 

9,068 

1,372 

1 

3,069 

93 

3,046 

370 

4,823 

22, 899 

1,401 

2,412 

52 

509 

2,260 

565 



County and city 



Essex — Continued. 
West Caldwell. 
West Orange... 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Gloucester: 

Clayton 

Glassboro. 

National Park. 

Paulsboro 

Pitman 

Swedesboro 

Wenonah >. 

Westville 

Williamstown. 

Woodbury 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total- 



Hudson: 

Arlington.. 

Bayonne 

East Newark 

Guttenberg 

Harrison 

Hoboken 

Hudson Hieghts.. 

Jersey City. 

Kearney — 

North Bergen 

Secaucus 

Union City 

Weehawken 

West New York.. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Hunterdon: 

Clinton 

Flemington... 
Frenchtown... 
Highbridge... 
Lambertville.. 

Milford 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



Mercer: 

Highstown 

Hopewell 

Peimington... 

Princeton 

Trenton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Middlesex: 

Carteret 

Cranbury 

Dunellen 

Fords 

Highland Park 

Jamesburg 

Metuchen... 

Middlesex 

Milltown 

New Brunswick 

Old Bridge. 

Parlin 

Perth Amboy 

Savreville 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



81 

1,763 

365 



58, 901 



53 
83 
15 
144 
268 
103 
82 
78 
35 
577 
251 



1,683 



1,512 

3,289 

63 

178 

373 

2,626 

80 

16, 672 

652 

1,407 

200 

3,084 

1,628 

1,714 

11 



33, 389 



72 
184 

37 

89 
158 

29 
240 



187 

50 

70 

1,196 

4, 050 

250 



6,703 



310 
45 

341 
95 

336 
57 

450 
7 

lis 

1,65S 

17 

113 

1,405 

75 



218 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

NEW JEKSEY— Continued 



County and city 



Middlesex— Continued. 

Sewaren - 

South Amboy 

South River - 

Woodbridge 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



57 
289 
134 
409 
472 



6,748 



Monmouth: 

Asbiury Park 

Atlantic Highlands 

Avon j 

Belmar 

Bradley Beach 

Eatontown , 

Fair Haven -.j 

Freehold j 

Highlands 

Keansburg 

Keyport-'- 

Little Silver.- 

Long Branch... 

Manasquan 

Matawan 

Neptune City 

Ocean Grove 

Ocean Port 

Red Bank 

Rumson 

Sea Bright 

Spring Lake 

Spring Lake Heights 

Union Beach.. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Morris: 

Boonton 

Butler 

Chatham 

Chester... 

Dover 

Hanover... 

Hilbernia 

Madison 

Morris Plains 

Morristown 

Mountain Lakes. 

Netcong 

Roekaway 

Tabor 

Wharton 



990 

124 
80 

165 

144 
43 
43 

412 
36 
45 

172 
62 

636 

y8 
103 

62 
152 

13 
909 

93 

54 

196 

1 

1 

815 



5,349 




County and city 



Morris— Continued. 

Whippany 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Ocean: 

Lakewood 

New Egypt 

Point Pleasant. 

Toms River 

Tuckerton 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



70 
921 



6,316 



330 

15 
124 
164 

20 
330 



983 



Passaic: 

Bloomingdale... 

Clifton 

Haledon 

Hawthorne 

Little Falls 

Passaic 

Paterson... 

Pompton Lakes. 
Prospect Park.. 
Richfield Park.. 

Ringwood 

Totowa 

Wanaque 

West Paterson.. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Salem: 

Carneys Point. 

Elmer_ 

Penns Grove... 

Salem 

Woodstown 

Miscellaneous.. 



34 

1,678 

120 

681 

227 

3,311 

6,906 

165 

37 

4 



27 
379 



13, 666 



Total. 



Somerset: 

Bernardsville 

Bound Brook 

Gladstone 

Manville 

North Plainfleld 

Peapack 

Raritan... 

Somerville 




County and city 



Somerset— Continued. 
South Boundbrook. 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 



Sussex: 

Franklin 

Newton 

Ogdensburg... 

Sparta 

Stanhope 

Sussex 

Miscellaneous. 
Total 



Union: 

Cranford 

Elizabeth 

Fanwood 

Garwood 

Hillside 

Kenilworth 

Linden 

New Providence. 

Plainfleld.. 

Rahway 

Roselle 

Roselle Park 

Scotch Plains 

Springfield 

Summit. 

Union town .. 

Westfield 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Warren: 

Alpha 

Belvidere 

Hackettstown. 

Oxford... 

Phillipsburg... 

Washington 

Miscellaneous. 
Total 



Num- 
ber of 
reti] 



94 
294 
25 
27 
51 
67 
123 



681 

974 

6,203 
157 
95 
858 
27 
411 
29 

3,545 
939 
838 
541 
126 
165 

1, 707 
350 

2,077 
146 



19, 187 



16 
61 
147 
26 
613 
326 
170 



1,357 



Total New Jersey. 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables 




NEW MEXICO 



Bernalillo: 

Albuquerque 


1,591 
3 


Curry: 
Clovis 


278 
29 


Grant: 

Hurley 


70 


M iscellaneous 


M iscellaneous 

Total 


Santa Rita 


112 






179 


Total 


1,594 


307 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


143 


Catron: Miscellaneous.. 


10 


De Baca: Miscellaneous 

Dona Ana: 

Las Cruces . .. .. 


30 


503 


Guadalupe: 

Santa Rosa . 


-< 


Chaves: 


C27 
36 


173 
101 


26 


Rosswell 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


39 


M iscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


66 


Total 


663 


274 


Harding: M iscellaneous . 
Hidalgo: 


27 




Eddy: 


Colfax: 

Dawson 


100 
290 
135 


118 
192 
46 


63 


Raton 


Carlsbad 


MisceUaneoiJis 

Total.. 


20 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


73 


Total 


525 


356 


Lea: Miscellaneous 


106 









STATISTICS OF INCOME 



219 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

NEW MEXICO— Continued 



County and city 



Lincoln: 

Carrizozo 

Miscellaneous 

Total...- 

I Luna: 

Deming 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

McKinley: 

Gallup 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Mora: Miscellaneous... 

Otero: 

Alamogordo 

Tularosa 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Quay: 

Tucumcari 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rio Arriba: Miscellane' 
ous — 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



122 
20 



142 



307 
92 



399 
44 



155 
28 

183 



74 



County and city 



Roosevelt: 

Portales 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sandoval: Miscellaneous 

San Juan: 

Famiington 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 

San Miguel: 

Las Vegas 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Santa Fe: 

Sante Fe i 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sierra: 

Hot Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total... 

Socorro: 

Magdalena 

Socorro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



70 



95 



272 
29 



301 



490 
40 



530 



79 



County and city 



Taos: 

Taos 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Torrance: 

Mountainair. 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Union: 

Clayton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Valencia: 

Belen. 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Miscellaneous for State: 
Residents of other 
States 

Total New Mexi- 
co 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables. 

Total in general 
tables 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



47 



77 



7,140 



266 



6,874 



NEW YORK 



Albany: 

Albany 

Altamont 

Cohoes. 

Colonie 

Delmar 

Green Island.. 

Loudonville. -. 

Menands. 

Ravena 

Selkirk , 

Slingerlands , 

Water vliet. 

West Albany 

Miscellaneous 

Total , 

Allegany: 

Andover 

Belmont 

Bolivar 

Cuba , 

Friendship. , 

Wellsville , 

Miscellaneous , 

Total , 

Bronx: New York City 2 



7,734 

54 

622 

12 

119 

106 

108 

78 

55 

30 

58 

460 

53 

238 



9,727 



33 
44 
164 
76 
35 
290 
512 



1,154 



30, 798 



Broome: 

Binghamton 

Deposit 

Endicot 3 

Johnson City... 
Port Dickinson. 
Union. 3 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Cattaraugus: 

Allegany 

Cattaraugus.. 
Franklin ville.. 

Gowanda 

Little Valley.. 

Olean 

Randolph 

Salamanca 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cayuga: 

Auburn 

Moravia 

Weedsport 

Miscellaneous. 



3,685 

89 

531 

407 

31 

102 



4,845 



71 
41 
66 

162 
37 

957 
35 

295 

254 



1,918 



1,710 

45 

52 

221 



Total. I 2,028 



Chautauqua: 

Brocton 

Celeron 

Dunkirk 

Falconer 

Fredonia 

Jamestown 

Lakewood 

MayviUe 

Silver Creek... 

Westfield 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Chemung: 

Elmira 

Elmira Heights 

Horseheads 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Chenango: 

Bainbridge 

Greene 

New Berlin 

Norwich 

Oxford 

Sherburne 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 



' See footnote on p. 221. 
62320—31 15 



' Returns for Union included in Endicott. 



41 

14 

590 

92 

238 

2,625 

46 

52 

120 

168 

310 



4,296 



2,383 

58 
75 
45 



2,561 



74 
74 
61 
397 
53 
60 
92 



811 



220 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of reiwr/is— Continued 

NEW YORK— Continued 



County and city 



Clinton: 

Champlain 

Chazy.-- 

Dannemora... 

Plattsbm-g 

Rouses Point - 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Columbia: 

Chatham 

Claverack 

Germantown.. 

Hillsdale 

Hudson 

Kinderhook... 

Philmont 

Stottville 

Valatie... 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cortland: 

Cortland 

Homer 

McGraw 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Delaware: 

Delhi 

Hancock 

Sidney 

Stamford 

Walton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



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 



Total. 



Erie: 

Akron.. 

Angola 

Blasdell 

BufTalo 

Depew 

East Aurora.. 

Hamburg 

Kenmore 

Lackawanna.. 

Lancaster 

North Collins. 
Orchard Park. 

Sloan 

Springville 

Tonawanda... 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



27 

35 

10 

521 



786 



171 
34 
33 
22 

640 
52 
42 
66 
40 

173 



1,273 



721 
97 

25 



107 
70 
89 
73 
125 
235 



14 

405 
23 
37 
43 
34 
52 

161 
69 
24 

128 

23 

2,393 

56 

106 
34 

139 
24 

197 



4,031 



100 

70 

52 

31, 300 

102 

470 

510 

1, 560 

655 

320 

51 

118 

19 

120 

610 



County and city 



Erie— Continued. 
Williamsville., 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Essex: 

Au Sable Forks 

Elizabethtown 

Keeseville 

Lake Placid 

Lake Placid Club.. 

Port Henry 

Ticonderoga 

Westport-- 

Willsboro 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Franklin: 

Chateaugay... 

Malone.-. 

Saranac Lake. 
Tupper Lake. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fulton: 

Broadalbin 

Gloversville... 

Johnstown 

Mayfield 

North ville 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Genesee: 



Total. 





675 


Le Roy 


187 


Oakfleld 


70 


Miscellaneous 


164 


Total 


1,096 






Greene: 

Athens 


34 


Cairo - 


19 


Catskill 


271 




76 


Tannersville 


28 
24 


Miscellaneous. 


137 



Hamilton: Miscellane- 
ous 



Herkimer: 

Dolgeville 

Frankfort 

Herkimer 

Ilion 

Little Falls... 

Mohawk 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Jeflerson: 

Adams... 

Alexandria Bay. 

Carthage 

Clayton.^ 

Dexter 

Watertown 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Kings: Brooklyn 2. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



312 
1,241 



37, 610 



73 
26 
42 

149 
45 
97 

127 
33 
27 

108 



50 
359 
504 
118 
177 



1,208 



55 
1,023 
480 
31 
62 
17 



1,658 



589 



120 
115 
361 
383 
422 
70 
190 



1,661 



81 
71 

227 

95 

28 

1,853 

348 



2,703 



107, 434 



County and city 



Lewis: 

Low ville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 



Livingston: 

Avon 

Caledonia 

Dansville 

Geneseo 

Mount Morris. 

Nunda... 

Miscellaneous- 



Total. 



Madison: 

Canastota 

Cazenovia 

Hamilton 

Oneida 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Monroe: 

Brockport 

East Rochester. 

Fairport 

Honeoye Falls.. 

Pittsford 

Rochester 

Spencerport 

Webster 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Montgomery: 

Amsterdam 

Canajoharie 

Fonda 

Fort Plain 

Fultonville 

Hagaman 

Palatine Bridge. 
St. Johnsville... 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Nassau: 

Baldwin 

Bayville 

Bellerose 

Cedarhurst 

East Rockaway... 

Farmingdale 

Floral Park 

Freeport 

Garden City 

Glen Cove 

Great Neck 

Hempstead. 

Hewlett 

Hicksville 

Inwood 

Island Park 

Lawrence 

Locust Valley 

Long Beach 

Lynbrook 

Malverne 

Mineola 

New Hyde Park.. 

Oyster Bay. 

Port Washington. 
Rockville Center. 

Roosevelt 

Roslyn 

Sea Cliff 



2 See footnote on p. 221. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



221 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and tonwships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



NEW YORK— Continued 



County and city 



Nassau — C ontinued . 
Stewart Manor-. 
Valley Stream.. 

Westburv 

WiOiston Park.. 
Miscellaneous.. - 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



117 
559 
281 
232 
2,181 



Total 18,025 

New York: New York 
City 2 351,607 



Niagara: 

Lewiston.. 

Lockport 

Middleport 

Niagara Falls 

North Tonawanda.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Dneida: 

Boonville 

Camden 

Clinton 

New Hartford 

New York Mills.... 

Oriskany 

Rome 

Sherrill 

Utica 

Waterville 

Whitesboro 

Yorkville.- 

Miscellaneous 



75 
1,250 

80 
3,310 

685 
268 



5,( 



Total. 



Dnondaga: 

Baldwinsville... 

Camillus 

East Syracuse... 

Fayette ville 

Jordan 

Liverpool 

Manlius 

Marcellus 

North Syracuse. 

Skaneateles 

Solvay 

Syracuse 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



)iltario: 

Canandaigua... 
Clifton Springs - 

Geneva 

Manchester 

Naples 

Phelps 

Shortsville 

Victor 

Miscellaneous.. 



78 

72 

177 

235 

42 

23 

942 

105 

4,538 

65 

121 

44 

396 



6,838 



180 

51 

232 

130 

31 



70 
46 
184 
195 
11, 937 
282 



13, 515 



375 
134 
864 
34 
46 
53 
53 
74 
75 



Total 1,708 



' New York City: 
Coimties — 

Bronx 

Kings (Brooklyn) - 

New York 

Queens 

, Richmond 



County and city 



Orange: 

Central Valley 

Chester 

Cornwall 

Cornwall on the 

Hudson 

Firthcliffe 

Florida 

Goshen 

Harriman 

Highland Falls 

Highland Mills 

May brook 

Middletown 

Monroe 

Montgomery... 

Newburgh 

Port Jervis 

Tuxedo Park 

Walden 

Warwick 

Washington ville 

West Point 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Orleans: 

Albion 

HoUey 

Medina 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Oswego: 

Fulton 

Mexico 

Oswego 

Phoenix 

Pulaski 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Otsego: 

Cooperstown. 

Oneonta 

Richfield Springs. 

Unadilla 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Putnam: 

Brewster 

Carmel 

Cold Spring 

Garrison 

Lake Mahopac. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Queens: New York 
City 2 



Num- 
ber of 

returns 



49 
45 
79 

82 

20 

30 

204 

21 

90 

27 

37 

981 

130 

53 

1,574 

485 

155 

150 

190 

30 

39 

259 



4,730 



238 
65 

252 
80 



408 
34 

757 
72 
95 

167 



1,533 



207 
675 
47 
43 
219 



1,191 



219 
65 

109 
72 
32 
75 



572 



43, 052 



County and city 



Rensselaer: 

Castleton 

Hoosick Falls. 

Nassau.- 

Rensselaer 

Schaghticoke 

Troy 

Valley Falls 

West Sand Lake 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Richmond: New York 
City 2 



Rockland: 

Congers.. 

Garnerville 

Haverstraw 

Hilburn 

Nanuet 

New City ._. 

Nyack 

Pearl River 

Piermont 

Sloatsburg 

South Nyack 

SparkOl 

Spring Valley 

Stony Point 

SuSern 

Tappan 

Tomkins Cove 

Valley Cottage 

West Haverstraw. 

West Nyack 

Miscellaneous 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total. 



St. Lawrence: 

Canton 

Gouverneur... 

Massena 

Norwood 

Ogdensburg... 

Potsdam 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Saratoga: 

Ballston Lake 

Ballston Spa 

Corinth 

Mechanic ville 

Palmer 

Round Lake 

Saratoga Springs.. 

Schuyler ville 

South Glens Falls. 

Still water 

Victory Mills 

Waterford... 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



100 
160 

24 
470 

22 
3,266 

20 

16 
209 



4,287 



48^ 
54 

295 
36 
61 
45' 

61T 

191 
78 
40 
40 
39 

212 
50 

316 
33 
46 
26 
44 
43 

172 



2,486 



179 
173 
303 
59 
515 
211 
334 



1,774 



23 
224 

52 

33a 

27 
40 

706 

52 

4& 

37 

5 

126 
8S 



Number 
of returns 
... 30,798 
... 107,434 
... 351, 60« 
... 43.052 
... 4,666 



Total _ 537,557 



222 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1939, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

NEW YORK— Continued 



County and city 



Schenectady: 

Schenectady.. . 

Scotia..- 

Miscellaneous. 

Total.- 



Schoharie: 

Cobleskill 

Howes Cave 

Middleburgh-., 
Richmondville.. 

Schoharie 

Sharon Springs. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Schuyler: 

Montour Falls. 
Watkins Glen.. 
Miscellaneous.. 

Total- - 

Seneca: 

Seneca Falls -.. 

Waterloo 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 



Steuben: 

Addison 

Bath 

Canisteo 

Corning 

Hammondsport. 

Hornell 

Painted Post 

AVayland 

Miscellaneous... 



Total- 



Suffolk: 

Amityville 

Babylon 

Bay Shore 

Brightwaters... 
East Hampton- 

Greenport 

Huntington 

Islip 

Lindenhurst 

Northport 

Patchogue 

Port Jefferson- - 

Riverhead 

Sag Harbor 

Sayville 

Southampton.. 
Miscellaneous- 



Total 

Sullivan: 

Callicoon- 

Liberty 

Livingston Manor . 

Monticello -. 

Roscoe 

South Fallsburg.'-.. 

Woodridge -.. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 

-♦ 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



6,327 
491 
80 



176 
17 
22 
14 
32 
19 
48 



328 



84 
126 
27 



237 



256 
103 

81 



440 



47 
173 

76 
675 

49 
790 
145 

82 
131 



398 
460 
453 
115 
200 
191 
850 
309 
140 
298 
500 
197 
389 
107 
272 
332 
2,256 



7,467 



42 

201 

56 

223 

25 

35 

38 

257 



County and city 



Tioga: 

Owego 

Waverly 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Tompkins: 

Groton 

Ithaca 

Trumansburg- 
Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Ulster: 

Ellenville 

Highland 

Kingston 

Marlboro 

Milton 

New Paltz 

Port Ewen 

Saugerties 

Wallkill 

Woodstock 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



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- 

Walcott 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Westchester: 

Ardsley 

Ardsley on Hudson. 

Bedford 

Bedford Hills 

Briarcliff Manor 

Bronxville 

Buchanan -. 

Chappaqua 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



219 
216 
101 



536 



99 

1,536 

33 

65 



1,733 



135 
89 
1,239 
62 
32 
56 
22 

231 
37 
40 

199 



2,142 



1,019 

53 

18 

52 

106 



1,248 



70 
106 
142 
100 
256 

56 
173 

82 



985 



169 
342 
143 
84 
41 
201 



1,046 



60 
62 
43 
101 
121 
1,425 
41 
170 



County andjcity 



Westchester— C ontd . 
Croton on Hudson-. 

Dobbs Ferry 

Elmsford 

Harmon on Hudson 

Harrison 

Hartsdale 

Hastings upon Hud- 
son 

Hawthorne 

Irvington 

Katonah 

Larchmont 

M amaroneck 

Mount Kisco 

Mount Vernon 

New Rochelle 

North Pelham 

North Tarry town- -- 

Ossining 

Peekskill 

Pelham 

Pelham Manor 

Pleasantville- - - 

Port Chester 

Purchase 

Rye 

Scarborough 

Scarsdale 

Tarrytown 

Tuckahoe 

Valhalla --.- 

Verplanck 

White Plains 

Yonkers 

Yorktown Heights, - 
Miscellaenous 



Total. 



Wyoming: 

Arcade 

Attica 

Perry 

Warsaw 

Miscellaneous. 

TotaL- 



Yates: 

Dundee 

Penn Yan 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Miscellaneous for State: 
Residents of other 
States 



Total, New York- 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 



Total in general 
tables 



776, 712 



757, 836 



I 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



223 



Table U.— Individual returns for 1929, bij counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



NORTH CAROLINA 



County and city 



Alamance: 

Burlington 

Graliam. 

Haw River 

Mebane. 

Miscellaneous. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



297 

40 

7 

53 

27 



Total. 
Alexander: 



Taylors ville 


20 


Miscellaneous — 


6 


Total. — 


26 






Alleghany: Miscellane- 


5 






Anson: 

Wadesboro 

Miscellaneous 


84 
22 


Total - - 


106 






Ashe: Miscellaneous 


11 



Avery: Miscellaneous. ..j 

f 
Beaufort: 

Belhaven 1 

Washington i 

Miscellaneous. 



13 

205 

14 



Total 


232 






Bertie: 

Aulander 


4 


Windsor 


27 


Miscellaneous 


24 


Total 


55 






Bladen: Miscellaneous. . 


24 


Brunswiclj: 

Southport -- 


23 


Miscellaneous 


5 


Total 


28 






Buncombe: 


2,035 


Miscellaneous 


237 


Total 


2,272 


Burke: 


130 




15 


Miscellaneous 


15 


Total '. 


160 






Cabarrus: 


254 


Kannapolis 


66 


Miscellaneous 


12 


Total 


332 






Caldwell: 

Granite Falls 

Lenoir 


10 
175 


Miscellaneous 


3 


Total.. 


188 







County and city 



Camden: Miscellaneous. 


10 


Carteret: 


65 


Morehead City 

Miscellaneous 


48 
14 


Total 


127 






Caswell: Miscellaneous.. 


17 


Catawba: 


278 




12 




56 


Miscellaneous 


16 


Total 


362 






Chatham: 
SUer City 


22 


Miscellaneous 


22 


Total 


44 






Cherokee: 


21 




10 


Miscellaneous 


2 


Total 


33 






Chowan: 

Edenton 


98 


Miscellaneous 


3 


Total 


101 






Clay: Miscellaneous 


1 


Cleveland: 

Kings Mountain 

Shelby 


43 
161 


Miscellaneous 


26 


Total 


230 






Columbus: 

Tabor. . 


7 


Whiteville 


36 


Miscellaneous 


47 


Total 


90 






Craven: 


294 


Miscellaneous 


2 


Total 


296 






Cumberland: 

Favetteville 


334 


Miscellaneous 


16 


Total 


350 






Currituck: Miscellane-. 


14 






Dare: Miscellaneous 


14 


Davidson: 


182 


Thomas viUe 

Miscellaneous 


136 
20 


Total 


338 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



County and city 



Davie: 

Cooleemee 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Duplin: 

W'arsaw.. 

Miscellaneous. 



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 

Dallas 

Gastonia 

Lowell 

McAdenville.. 
Mount Holly.. 

Stanley 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Gates: Miscellaneous... 
Graham: Miscellaneous. 

Granville: 

Oxford 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Geene: Miscellaneous. 
Guilford: 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



10 
23 



33 



1,383 
4 



1,387 

609 

169 
45 



823 



20 

2,186 

40 

2,246 



71 



11 
13 
12 
473 
18 

2 
57 

5 
20' 



709 



132 
18 



Gibsonville 


15 
2,215 

858 




Miscellaneous 


68 


Total 


3,156 






Halltax: 

Enfield .. 


65 


Roanoke Rapids 


67 
61 


Scotland Neck 


46 

85 


Miscellaneous 


60 


Total 


374 







224 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



NORTH CAROLINA— Continued 



County and city 



Harnett: 

Dunn 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Haywood: 

Canton 

Hazelwood 

WaynesvUle 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Henderson: 

East Flat Rock.. 

Hendersonville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hertford: 

Ahoskie... 

Murfreesboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hoke: 

Raeford 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hyde: Miscellaneous. 

Iredell: 

Mooresville 

Statesvillc-- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jackson: 

Sylva 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Johnston: 

Bensen 

Clayton 

Selma 

Smith field 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jones: Miscellaneous 

Lee: 

Sanford 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lenoir: 

Kinston... 

La Orange 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lincoln: 

Lincolnton 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



103 



87 



136 



4 
198 
20 



101 
215 

7 



162 



109 



117 



255 
15 
6 



276 



County and city 



84 



Macon: 

Franklin... 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

McDowell: 

Marion 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Madison: 

Marshall. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Martin: 

Roberson vUle. . , 

WOliamston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Mecklenburg: 

Charlotte 

Cornelius 

Davidson ..^... 

Pineville 

Miscellaneous 

Total.--. .- 

Mitchell: 

Spruce Pine 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Montgomery: 

Mount Gilead 

Troy 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Moore: 

Aberdeen 

Carthage 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Nash: 

Nashville 

Spring Hope. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

New Hanover: 

Wilmington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Northampton: Miscella 
neous 

Onslow: Miscellaneous. 

Orange: 

Carrboro... 

Chapel Hill 

llillsboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



100 



62 



4,329 
6 

61 
5 

33 



4,434 



22 



48 

18 

231 



297 



61 



1,283 
12 



1,295 



20 



County and city 



Pamlico: Miscellaneous. 

Pasquotank: Elizabeth 
City 

Pender: 

Burgaw 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Perquimans: 

Hertford... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Person: 

Roxboro 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Pitt: 

Ayden 

Bethel 

Farmville 

Greenville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Polk: 

Tryon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Randolph: 

Asheboro 

Ramseur... 

Randleman 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Richmond: 

Hamlet 

Rockingham. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Robeson: 

Fairmont. 

Lumberton 

Maxton 

Red Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rockingham: 

Draper 

I.eaksville 

Madison... 

Mayodan 

Reidsville 

Spray 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rowan: 

China Grove 

I>andis 

Salisbury 

Spencer 

Miscellaneous 

Total 




Num- 
ber of 
returns 



22 



305 



4S 



122 



24 

8 

52 

139 

38 

261 



126 



143 



247 



12 
111 
34 
62 
34 



253 



10 
79 
34 
9 
158 
46 
19 



356 



14 
10 
531 
74 
20 



649 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



225 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



NORTH CAROLINA— Continued 



— 

County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Rutherford: 

Caroleen. 


3 

7 
38 

6 
47 
41 


Swain: 

Brj'son City 

M iscellaneous 

Total 


16 
16 


Watauga: 


8 


Cliflside 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


11 


Forest City 




Henrietta 


32 


19 


Wayne: 

Fremont-- 




Rutherford ton 

Miscellaneous 

Total -- 


Transylvania: 


47 
7 


20 


142 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Goldsboro 


364 


Mount Olive 

Miscellaneous 

Total 




Sampson: 


62 


31 
15 


54 


4 


Tyrrell: Miscellaneous.. 
Union: 


450 


Miscellaneous - 

Total 


8 


Wilkes: 

North Wilkesboro... 






46 


133 
11 


99 




2 


Scotland: 


83 
19 


Miscellaneous. 

Total 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


6 


M iscellaneous 


144 


107 




Vance: 


Wilson: 




Total.. 


102 


253 
20 






470 


Stanley: 


145 
37 
9 
4 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


49 




273 


519 




Yadkin: Miscellaneous.. 

Yancey: Miscellaneous - 

Miscellaneous for State: 
Residents of other 
States 






Wake: 





M iscellaneous 


1,578 
44 
12 
76 


11 


Total 


195 


Wake Forest—- 


6 


Stokes: 

Walnut Cove 

Miscellaneous 


28 
18 


Wendell. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 




1,710 


298 


Total North Car- 




Total 


46 


Warren: 

Warrenton 


64 

27 






30, 192 




51 

202 

12 

13 


Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 


Surry: 

Elkin 


Miscellaneous 

Total 




Mount Airy. 

Pilot Mountain 


91 




Washington: Miscella- 
neous 


1,332 


Miscellaneous 


46 


Total in general 




Total 


278 


28, 860 








NORTH DAKOTA 


Adams: 

Hettinger 


52 
22 


Cass: 

Casselton 


51 

1,694 

173 


Emmons: 


22 


Miscellaneous 


Fargo 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


18 




Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cavalier: 

Langdon 






74 






1,918 






Foster: 




Barnes: 

Valley City.. 


197 

44 


30 
76 


61 




Miscellaneous 

Total 




1 Total 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


12 


241 


106 


73 


Golden Valley: 

Beach - 




Benson: Miscellaneous.. 


87 


Dickey: 


■ 40 
49 
23 




52 


Billings: Miscellaneous.. 


5 


Oakes... 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


14 




Miscellaneous 

Total 


66 


Bottineau: 

Bottineau City 


40 
90 


Grand Forks: 

Grand Forks.- 


112 




Divide: 

Crosby 




Miscellaneous 


34 
43 

77 


742 
28 


Total . 


130 


Miscellaneous -- 

Total .. 




Miscellaneous 

Total 








Bowman: Miscellaneous 


68 
109 


848 


Grant: Miscellaneous 

Griggs: 

Cooperstown 

Miscellaneous 

Total 




Burke: M iscellaneous.. . 


Dunn: Miscellaneous 

Eddy: 

NewRockford- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


22 


32 


Burleigh: 

B ismarck .. 


535 

18 


62 
16 

78 




^ Misoellaneons 


32 
13 


■ Total 


553 


45 










1 









226 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing] 
number of returns — Continued 



NORTH DAKOTA— Continued 



County and city 



Hettinger: 

Mott 

Miscellaneous 

Total -. 

Kidder: Miscellaneous.. 

La Moure: 

La Moure 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Logan: Miscellaneous 

McHenry: Miscellane- 
ous 

Mcintosh: 

Ashley.. 

Wishek 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

McKenzie: Miscellane- 
ous. 

McLean: 

Garrison 

Wilton 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Mercer: Miscellaneous. . 

Morton: 

Hebron 

Mandan 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Mountrail: Miscellane- 
ous 

Nelson: Miscellaneous... 
Oliver: Miscellaneous... 
Pembina: Miscellaneous 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



106 



29 
159 



42 



159 

56 



33 

216 
73 



108 

80 

9 

111 



County and city 



Pierce: 

Rugby 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ramsey: 

Devils Lake 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ransom: 

Enderlin 

Lisbon 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Renville: Miscellaneous. 

Richland: 

Hankinson... 

Lidgerwood 

Wahpeton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rolette: Miscellaneous.. 
Sargent: Miscellaneous. . 
Sheridan: Miscellaneous 
Sioux: Miscellaneous 

Slope: Marmarth 

Stark: 

Dickinson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Steele: Miscellaneous 

Stutsman: 

Jamestovsrn 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



75 



250 
117 



367 



124 
38 



26 
33 
119 
65 



237 



351 
45 



166 
71 



396 



County and city 



Towner: 

Cando _ 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Traill: 

Hillsboro. 

Mayville 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Walsh: 

Grafton 

Park River 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ward: 

Kenmare 

Minot 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wells: 

Harvey 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Williams: 

WUliston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Miscellaneous for State: 
Residents of other 
States. 

Total North Da- 
kota 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



OHIO 



Adams: 

Manchester... 


20 

9 

20 


Ashtabula: 

Ashtabula. 


1,185 
461 
159 
46 
124 


Belmont: 

Barnesville 


96 


Peebles 






468 


Miscellaneous 


Geneva 




10 








226 


Total 


49 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Flushing 


lO 




53 
160 
1,523 
33 
41 


1,975 


Martins Ferry 

Powhatan Point 

St. Clairsville 

Shadvside . . 


449 


Allen: 


Athens: 

.Athens 


15 


Bluffton 


210 
4 

36 
101 

18 


67 


Delphos 




Chauncey 




Lima 


Yorkville (see Jef- 




Glouster.. 

Nelsonville 




Spencerville 




M iscellaneous 


M iscellaneous 

Total 




Miscellaneous 

Total . 




Total 


1,810 


369 


1,457 




Auglaize: 

Minster 


Brown: 


Ashland: 


345 
71 
23 


42 

46 

139 

139 

21 
387 




Ashland 


New Bremen 

St. Marys 

Wapakoneta 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


32 


Loudon ville 




44 


M iscellaneous 


M iscellaneous 

Total . . 


5& 


Total 


439 


132 









STATISTICS OF INCOME 



227 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1939, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of reiwrns— Continued 

OHIO— Continued 



County and city 



Butler: 

Hamilton... 

Middletown 

Oxford 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Carroll: 

Carrollton 

Malvern 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Champaign: 

Mechanicsburg. . 

St. Paris 

Urbana 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clark: 

New Carlisle 

South Charleston 

Springfield 

Miscellaneous 

Total.... 

■Clermont: 

Batavia 

Bethel 

Loveland 

Milford 

New Richmond.. 

Williamsburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clinton: 

Blanchester 

Sabina 

Wilmington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Columbiana: 

Columbiana 

East Liverpool... 

East Palestine 

Leetonia 

Lisbon 

Salem 

Salineville 

Wellsville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Coshocton: 

Coshocton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Crawford: 

Bucyrns. 

Crestline 

Gallon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



1,948 

2,078 

119 

95 



4,240 



70 



32 

21 

212 

19 



284 



28 

23 

2,366 



47 
32 

238 
53 



101 

1,316 

242 

178 
116 
536 

26 
180 

59 



2,754 



351 
20 



371 



342 

156 

371 

54 



923 



County and city 



Cuyahoga: 

Bav 

Bedford 

Berea... 

Bratenahl 

Brecksville. 

Chagrin Falls 

Cleveland 

Cleveland Heights.. 
Dover 

East Cleveland 

Euclid Village 

Fairview 

Garfield Heights 

Independence 

Lakewood 

Ly ndhurst 

Maple Heights 

Newburg Heights... 

North Olmstead 

Rocky River. 

Shaker Heights 

Solon 

South Euclid 

Strongsville 

University Heights. 
Miscellaneous 

Total.... 

Darke: 

Arcanum 

Greenville 

Union City 

Versailles.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total -. 

Defiance: 

Defiance 

Hicksville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Delaware: 

Delaware 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Erie: 

Huron 

Sandusky... 

Vermilion 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Fairfield: 

Bremen 

Lancaster 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Fayette: 

Washington Court 

House 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



421 

249 

58 

80 

229 

20,015 

7,324 

14 

3,131 

334 

49 

124 

14 

9,187 

23 

12 

20 

91 

339 

3,086 

17 

217 



278 



45, 577 



307 

5 

53 

77 



470 



229 
53 
16 



279 
23 



302 



82 

1,151 

96 

126 

1,455 



25 
469 
63 



253 
34 



County and city 



Franklin: 

Bexley 

Columbus 

East Columbus 

Grandview Heights 

Upper Arlington 

Wester ville 

Worthington 

M iscellaneous 

Total , 

Fulton: 

Archbold-. 

Delta -. 

Swanton — 

Wauseon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gallia: 

Gallipolis 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Geauga: 

Chardon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Greene: 

Fairfield 

Osborn 

Xenia 

Yellow Springs 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Guernsey: 

Byes ville 

Cambridge 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Hamilton: 

Addyston 

Arlington Heights.. 

Cheviot 

C3incinnati 

Cleves -- 

Deer Park 

Elmwood Place 

Glendale 

Harrison 

Lockland... 

Madeira 

Mount Healthy 

North College Hill.. 

Norwood 

Reading 

St. Bernard.- , 

Sharon ville 

Silverton 

Wyoming 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



201 

11,802 

7 

5 

12 

79 

97 

173 



12, 376 



139 
81 



220 



51 
352 

71 
84 



586 



20 
388 
33 



22 

11 

268 

29, 137 

48 

25 

146 

207 

51 

242 

44 

178 

23 

1,988 

162 

314 

65 

60 

420 

263 



33, 674 



228 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



OHIO— Continued 



County and city 



Hancock: 

Findlay 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Hardin: 

Ada 

Forest-- 

Kenton 

Miscellaneous... 

Total -. 

Harrison: 

Cadiz 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Henry: 

Deshler 

Napoleon 

Miscellaneous... 

Total-. -- 

Highland: 

Greenfield 

Hillsboro 

Miscellaneous.-. 

Total -... 

Hocking: 

Logan 

Murray City.... 
Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Holmes: 

Millersburg 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Huron: 

Bellevue. 

Monroeville 

New London 

Norwalk 

Willard 

MissccUaneous.. 

Total 

Jackson: 

Jackson. 

Oak Hill 

. Wellston 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Jefferson: 

Adena 

Amsterdam 

Brilliant. 

Dillonvale 

Mingo Junction 

Smithfleld 

Steubenville 

TiltonviDe. 

Toronto 

Yorkville 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



643 
41 



57 

25 

228 

36 



346 



192 
73 



265 



35 
181 
72 



288 



133 
148 
56 



337 



166 

7 
26 



199 



169 
34 



203 



239 
20 
44 
292 
216 
43 



854 



123 
21 
92 

5 



23 
13 
37 
32 

173 

21 

,107 

39 

277 
46 
58 



2,826 



County and city 



Knox: 

Fredericktown 

Mount Vernon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lake: 

Fairport Harbor.. 

Mentor 

Painesville 

Wickliffe 

Willoughby 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lawrence: 

Chesapeake 

Coal Grove 

Ironton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Licking: 

Granville 

Johnstown 

Newark 

Utica 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Logan: 

Bellefontaine 

West Liberty 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lorain: 

Amherst 

Avon 

Elyria 

Lorain 

Oberlin 

Sheffield Lake 

Wellington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lucas: 

Maumee 

Ottawa Hills 

Svlvania 

Toledo 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Madison: 

London 

Mount Sterling... 

Plain City 

West Jefferson 

M iscellaneous 

Total - 

Mahoning: 

Campbell 

Ivowcllville 

Sebring 

Strutliers 

Youngstown 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



24 

387 

42 



453 



78 
124 
788 

86 
330 

76 



1,482 



5 

4 

348 

29 



73 
13 
931 
19 
80 



1,116 



305 
15 
47 



367 



219 

66 

1,805 

2,254 

303 

3 

65 

65 



4,760 



210 
127 
133 
15, 685 
118 



16, 273 



126 
119 
395 
574 
13, 367 
265 



14,846 



County and city 



Marion: 

Marion 

Prospect 

Miscellaneous.-- 

Total 

Medina: 

Lodi 

Medina 

Wadsworth 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Meigs: 

Middleport 

Pomeroy 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Mercer: 

Celina 

Coldwater 

Fort Recovery.. 
Miscellaneous 

Total- -- 

Miami: 

Covington 

Piqua 

Tippecanoe City 
Troy 

West Milton 

Miscellaneous 

Total- -- 

Monroe: 

Woodsfield 

Miscellaneous—.. 

Total 

Montgomery: 

Brookville 

Dayton 

Germantown 

Miaraisburg 

West Carrollton. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Morgan: 

McConnelsville.. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Morrow: 

Cardington 

Mount Gilead... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Muskingum: 

Dresden 

Koseville 

South Zanesville. 

Zanesville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



229 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of reiwrns-^Continued 



OHIO— Continued 



County and city 



Noble: 

Caldwell. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ottawa: 

Elmore 

Genoa 

Marblehead 

Oak Harbor 

Port Clinton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Paulding: 

Antwerp 

Paulding 

Payne 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Perry: 

Corning 

Crooksville 

New Lexington.. 
New Straitsville. 

Shawnee 

Somerest 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Pickaway: 

Ashville... 

Circleville. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pike: 

Waverly 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Portage: 

t Garrettsville 

Kent 

Mogadore 

Ravenna 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Preble: 

Eaton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Putnam: 

Columbus Grove 

Leipsic 

Ottawa 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Richland: 

Mansfield 

Plymouth. 

Shelby 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



25 
61 
27 
74 
226 
119 



632 



78 



42 
67 
112 
13 
14 
19 
19 



286 



24 
170 
25 



38 



49 
783 

49 
314 
177 



1,372 



120 
112 



232 



182 



1,526 



262 

54 



1,870 



County and city 



Ross: 

Chillicothe.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sandusky: 

Clyde... 

Fremont. 

Gibsonburg 

Woodville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Scioto: 

New Boston 

Portsmouth 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Seneca: 

Fostoria 

Tiffin 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Shelby: 

Sidney 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Stark: 

Alliance 

Brewster 

Canal Fulton 

Canton 

LouisvQle 

Massillon 

Minerva 

Navarre 

North Canton 

Waynesburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Summit: 

Akron 

Barberton 

Cuyahoga Falls... 
Lakemore 

Northfleld 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Trumbull: 

Girard 

Hubbard 

IMcDonald. 

Newton Falls 

Niles 

Warren 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Tuscarawas: 

Dennison 

Dover 

Newcomerstown . . 
New Philadelphia. 

Strasburg 

Uhrichsville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



614 
53 



667 



74 
505 



779 



66 

1,293 

49 



1,398 



450 
604 
100 



1,154 



303 
35 



338 



1,212 
67 
23 

5,295 
174 

1,289 
72 
11 
46 
41 
277 



8,607 



13, 039 

1,918 

807 

11 

13 

364 



16, 152 



604 
172 
44 
216 
623 
1,964 
237 



3,i 



95 
361 

64 
313 

18 
246 
105 



1,202 



County and city 



Union: 

Marysville 

Richwood 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Van Wert: 

Van Wert 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Vinton: 

McArthur 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Warren: 

Franklin 

Lebanon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Washington: 

Belpre 

Mariette 

Miscellaneous. 

Total. 



Wayne: 

Creston.. 

Doylestown... 

Orrville 

Rittman 

Shreve 

Wooster 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Williams: 

Bryan 

Montpelier 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Wood: 

Bowling Green 

North Baltimore... 

Perrysburg- 

Rossford 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Wyandot: 

Carey. 

Upper Sandusky.. 
M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



90 



291 
42 



36 



163 
152 
112 



427 



19 
604 
66 



58» 



25 
27 

262 
67 
21 

795 
71 



1,26& 



143 
122 
60 

325 



189 
94 
186 
16a 
257 



51 
129 
46 

226 



Total, Ohio 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 



Total in general 
tables 



219, 355 



3,551 



215, 804 



'M 



230 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



OKLAHOMA 



County and^city 



Adair: 

Stillwell 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



A-lfalfa: 

Cherokee 

Miscellaneous - 



Total. 



Atoka: 

Atoka 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Beaver: 

Beaver 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Beckham: 

Elk City 

Erick 

Sayre 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Blaine: 

Geary 

Okeene 

Watonga 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Bryan: 

Durant 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Caddo: 

Anadarko 

Apache 

Carnegie 

Cement 

Hinton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Canadian: 

El Reno. 

Yukon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Carter: 

Ardmore 

Healdton 

Wilson 

Wirt 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cherokee: 

Tahlequah 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



33 



109 



118 
44 
74 
23 



259 



105 
12 



117 
30 
38 
25 
19 
63 



292 



311 
39 
56 



406 



550 
60 
48 
22 
29 



709 



23 



County and city 



Choctaw: 

Hugo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cimarron: 

Boise City 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cleveland: 

Norman 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Coal: 



Coalgate 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Comanche: 

Fort Sill 

Lawton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cotton: 

Temple 

Walters 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Craig: 

Vinita 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Creek: 

Bristow . 

Depew 

Drumright 

OOton 

Sapulpa 

Slick 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Custer: 

Clinton 

Thomas 

Weatherford . . 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Delaware: Miscellaneous 
Dewey: Miscellaneous 

Ellis: 

Shattuck 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Garfield: 

Enid 

Garber 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



32 



240 
30 



270 



45 
281 

27 



353 



98 



243 
16 

183 
32 

319 
4 
79 

876 



235 



8C7 
56 
90 



County and city 



Garvin: 

Lindsay 

Pauls Valleys. 
Wynnewood.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Grady: 

Chickasha 

Rush Springs. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Grant : 

Medford 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Greer: 

Granite 

Mangum 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Harmon: 

Hollis 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Harper: Miscellaneous. 

Haskell: 

Stigler 

M iscellaneous 



Total - 



Hughes: 

Holdenville... 

Wetumka 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Jackson: 

Altus 

Eldorado 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



JeSerson: 

Ringling 

Ryan 

Waurika 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Johnston: 

Tishomingo... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Kay: 

Blackwell 

Kaw City 

Newkirk. 

Ponca City... 
Three Sands.. 

Tonkawa 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



231 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number oj returns — Continued 



KL A H O M A— C ontinued 



County and city 



Kingfisher: 

Hennessey 

Kingfisher 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Kiowa: 

Hobart 

Lone Wolf 

Mountain View. 

Snyder 

Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Latimer: 

Wilburton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Le Flore: 

Heavener 

Poteau 

Talihina 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lincoln: 

Chandler 

Davenport 

Prague 

Stroud 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Logan: 

Crescent 

Guthrie 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Love: Marietta. 



McClain: 

Blanchard 

Purcell 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



McCurtain: 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



141 



120 
15 
27 
11 
44 



217 



26 



128 



219 



33 
272 
104 



409 
25 



92 



Broken Bow 

Idabel 

Wright City 

Miscellaneous 


15 

45 

4 

15 


Total 


79 






Mcintosh: 

Checotah 


25 


Eufaula 

Miscellaneous 


54 
10 


Total 


89 






Major: 

Fairview 


41 


M iscellaneous 


11 


Total 


52 







County and city 



Marshall: 

MadiU 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

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: 

Okemah 

Weleetka 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Oklahoma: 

Bethany 

Britton 

Edmond 

Oklahoma City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Okmulgee: 

Beggs 

Henryetta 

Morris 

Okmulgee 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Osage: 

Barnsdall (formerly 

Bigheart) 

Denoya. 

Fairfax 

Hominy 

Pawhuska 

Shidler 

Wynona 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



120 



12 

7 

29 

1,207 

15 



1,270 



120 
46 
21 



187 



2 

24 

92 

7,525 

40 



/,t 



33 
176 

31 
683 

12 



935 



5 
115 
125 
820 
48 
13 
119 



1,313 



146 
45 



12 



County and city 



Ottawa: 

Afton 

Commerce 

Douthat 

Miami 

Picher 

Quapaw 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pawnee: 

Cleveland 

Pawnee 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Payne: 

Gushing 

Stillwater 

Yale 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pittsburg: 

Dow 

Haileyville 

Hartshorne 

Krebs 

McAlester 

Quinton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pontotoc: 

Ada 

Allen 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pottawatomie: 

Earlsboro 

Maud 

Shawnee. 

Tecumseh 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pushamataha: 

Antlers 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Roger Mills: Miscella 
neous 

Rogers: 

Chelsea 

Claremore 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Seminole: 

CromweU 

Konawa 

Seminole 

Wewoka 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



13 
16- 
fr 
228 
104 
9 
29 



405 



113 
69 
63 



245^ 



234- 

172 

64 

16 



486 



3 

21 
35 
4 
283 
20 
16 



382 



279 
20 
25 



324 



96 
194 
795 

86 
132 



i,3oa 



21 
10 



35 

60 

6 



16 

39 

623 

285 

29 



992 



232 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of rei urns— Continued 



OKLAHOMA— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Sequoyah: 

Sallisaw 


10 
12 


Tulsa: 

Bixby 


17 
47 
26 
23 
174 
64 
9,110 
53 


Washita: 

Cordell 


55 


Miscellaneous 


Broken Arrow 


Sentinel 


25 




Miscellaneous 


'49 


Total 


22 






Sand Springs 


129 


•Stephens: 

Comanche 


29 

258 

58 

6 


Woods: 
Alva 


Tulsa - 




Duncan 


Miscellaneous 

Total - 


142 






27 




9,514 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


20 




Wagoner: 

Coweta 




Total 


351 


22 
36 
10 


189 




Woodward: 
Woodward 




Texas: 


78 
66 
71 




Guymon 


Wagoner 


159 


Hooker 


Miscellaneous 

Total 




29 


Miscellaneous 


Total. 




68 


188 


Total... 


205 


Total Oklahoma.. 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 




Tillman: 

Frederick 


17 
30 
24 
25 


Washington: 

Bartlesville 


1,046 
53 
21 


38, 059 


Granfield 




Dewey 




Tipton 




Miscellaneous 

Total 




Miscellaneous 


Total in general 
tables 




Total 


96 


1,120 


37,000 











OREGON 



Baker: 

Baker 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Benton: 

Corvallis 

Miscellaneous, 

Total 

Clackamas: 

Gladstone 

Milwaukie 

Oregon City.. 

Oswego 

West Linn 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clatsop: 

Astoria 

Seaside 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Columbia: 

Rainier 

St. Helens 

Vernonia 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Coos: 

Bandon 

Coquille 

Marshfitld 

North Bend.. 
Myrtle Point. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 



266 



360 



195 
28 



223 



19 
113 
228 
68 
23 
142 



593 



452 
42 
105 



599 



26 
85 
59 
130 



300 



33 

68 
253 
05 
59 
57 



Crook: 

Prineville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Curry: Miscellaheous.. 

Deschutes: 

Bend 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Douglas: 

Roseburg 

Reedsport 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gilliam: Miscellaneous. 
Grant: Miscellaneous.. 



Harney: 

Burns 


62 


Miscellaneous 


23 


Total 


85 






Hood River: 

Hood River 


165 


Miscellaneous 


33 


Total 


198 






Jackson: 

Ashland 


113 


Medfonl... 


542 


Miscellaneous 


76 


Total 


731 






Jefferson: Miscellaneous. 


47 



430 
36 



171 
33 
103 



120 
91 



Josephine: 

Grants Pass... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Klamath: 

Klamath Falls 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Lake: 

Lakeview 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Lane: 

Cottage Grove 

Elugene 

Springfield 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Lincoln: 

Newport 

Toledo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Linn: 

Albany 

Jjcbanon , 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Malheur: 

Ontario 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



233 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



OREGON— Continued 



Num- 

County and city ber of 

; returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Marion: 
Salem 


724 
84 
22 

103 


Tillamook: 

Tillamook 


120 
73 


Washington: 

Beaverton 


51 


Silverton 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Forest Grove 

Hillsboro.. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 


75 






Woodburn 


193 


107 






M iscellaneous 


Umatilla: , 
Milton 


121 


Total 


933 


54 
517 
304 


354 




Wheeler: Miscellaneous. 

Yamhill: 

McMinnvOIe 

Newberg 




Morrow: 

Heppner .- 


67 
35 


Miscellaneous. 

Total 


49 




875 






Union: 

La Grande 




Total 


102 


324 
27 
76 

427 


137 




52 


Multnomah: 


65 
17, 254 


Union 




13 


Gresham .. 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Miscellaneous 

Total.. 


98 








Miscellaneous _. W6 


Wallowa: 

Enterprise 


300 





47 
43 


Total Oregon 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 




Total 


17, 422 






28 796 


Polk: 


77 
30 
90 


Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wasco: 






90 




Independence 




Miscellaneous 


247 
46 


602 


Total 


197 


M iscellaneous 

Total 


Total in general 
tables 










132 


293 


28,194 











PENNSYLVANIA 



Adams: 

Gettysburg 

Littlestown 

McSherrystown.. 

New Oxford 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Allegheny: 

Aspinwall... 

Avalon 

Bellevue 

Ben Avon 

Blawnori-. 

Brackenridge 

Braddock 

Bridgeville 

Carnegie 

Castle Shannon.. 

Cheswick 

Clairton 

Coraopolis 

Crafton 

Dormont 

Dravosburg 

Duquesne 

East Pittsburgh.. 
East McKeesport 

Edgewood 

Edgeworth 

Elizabeth 

Emsworth 

Etna 

Forest Hills 

Glassport 

Glenfield 

Greentree 

Heidelberg 

Homestead 

Ingram 

Leetsdale 

McKeesport 

McKees Rocks... 



Allegheny— Continued. 

Millvale 

Munhall 

Natrona 

North Braddock... 

Oakdale 

Oakmont 

Pitcairn 

Pittsburgh. 

Port Vue 

Rankin 

Sewickley 

Sharpsburg 

Springdale 

S wissvale 

Tarentum 

Turtle Creek 

Verona 

Versailles 

Wall 

West Ehzabeth 

West Homestead... 

West View 

Whitaker 

Wilkinsburg 

Wilmerding 

Miscellaneous 



526 

431 

244 

366 

81 

420 

282 

55, 726 

41 

150 

968 

429 

185 

1,245 

744 

650 

297 

53 

45 

56 

100 

350 

40 

3,523 

331 

1,643 



Total .1 86.944 



Armstrong: 

.\pollo 

Ford City 

Freeport 

Kittanning 

Leechburg 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



208 
225 
155 
462 
255 
240 



1,545 



Beaver: 

Aliquippa. 
Ambridge. 
Baden 



1,127 
925 
112 



Beaver — Continued 

Beaver 

Beaver Falls 

Bridgewater 

Conway 

Freedom 

Koppel 

Midland 

Monaca 

New Brighton.. 

Rochester 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Bedford: 

Bedford. 

Everett 

Hyndman 

Saxton 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Berks: 

Birdsboro. 

Boyertown 

Fleetwood 

Hamburg.. 

Kutztown 

Mohnton 

Mount Penn 

Reading 

Robesonia 

Shillington 

Singing Springs. 

Temple 

Topton 

West Reading.. 

Wernersville 

West Lawn 

Womelsdorf 

Wyomissing 

Miscellaneous. .- 

Total 



647 

1,113 

2 

66 
181 

47 
261 
247 
505 
452 
218 



5,903 



150 

69 

6 

37 



330 

171 
221 
104 
167 
122 

68 

127 

6,642 

53 
285 
167 

70 

29 
369 

88 
192 

51 
446 
873 



10, 245 



234 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, hy counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



PENNSYLVANIA— Continued 



County and city 



Blair: 

Altoona 

Bellwood 

Duncansville.. 
Holidaysburg.- 
Martinsburg... 
Roaring Spring 

Tyrone 

Williamsburg.. 
Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Bradford: 

Athens 

Canton 

Sayre 

South Waverly 

Towanda 

Troy 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Bucks: 

Bristol 

Doylestown 

Langhorne 

Morrisville 

New Hope 

Newtown 

Perkasie 

Quakertown 

Sellersville 

Yardley 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Butler: 

Butler 

Evans City 

Mars 

Slippery Rock. 

Zelienople 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Cambria; 

Barnesboro 

Carrolltown 

Cresson 

Ebensburg 

Oallitzin 

Hastings 

Johnstown 

Lilly. 

Nanty-Olo 

Patton 

Portage 

Scalp Level 

South Fork 

Spangler 

Vintondale 

Westmont 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Cameron: 

Kiiiporiurn 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



2,890 
73 
26 

276 
31 
65 

285 
41 



3,785 



139 
61 

294 
10 

199 
73 

103 



879 



324 

317 

139 

200 

62 

116 

122 

223 

68 

61 

731 



2,363 



1,372 

76 
77 
33 
97 
429 



2,084 



92 

37 

100 

129 

60 

39 

3,375 

43 

39 

63 

86 

13 

77 

46 

14 

14 

424 



4,651 



143 

1 



144 



County and city 



Carbon: 

Beaver Meadow 

East Mauch Chunk 

Lansford 

Lehighton 

Mauc^i Chunk 

Nesquehoning 

Palmerton 

Summit Hill 

Weatherly 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Centre: 

Bellefont 

Philipsburg 

State College 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Chester: 

Coatesville 

Downingtown 

Kennett Square 

Malvern 

Oxford 

Parkesburg 

Phoenixville 

South Coatesville. _. 

Spring City 

West Chester 

West Grove 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clarion: 

New Bethlehem 

Rimersburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clearfield: 

Clearfield 

Coalport 

Curwensville 

Du Bois 

Houtzdale 

Irvona 

Osceola Mills 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clinton: 

Avis 

Flemington 

Lock Haven 

Mill Hall 

Ilenovo 

South Ilenovo 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Columbia: 

Berwick 

Bloomsburg 

(3atawissa 

(^entralia 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



28 
113 
320 
280 
141 
224 
252 
83 
76 
114 



1,631 



220 
227 
171 
140 



758 



613 

233 

215 

105 

84 

54 

501 

2 

157 

778 

42 

1,055 



3,839 



124 

30 

490 



644 



444 
30 
60 

623 
57 
8 
56 

188 



1,356 



30 

12 
414 

27 

179 

5 

62 



729 



192 
309 
41 
29 
110 



681 



County and city 



Crawford: 

Cambridge Springs 

Meadville 

Titus ville.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cumberland: 

Camp Hill. 

Carlisle 

Leinoyne 

Mechanicsburg 

Mount Holly 

Springs 

New Cumberland.. 

Newville 

Shippensburg 

West Fairview 

Wormley sburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dauphin: 

Elizabethville 

Harrisburg 

Highspire , 

Hummelstown 

Lykens 

Middletown 

Millersburg 

Paxtang 

Penbrook 

Royalton 

Steelton 

Williamstown 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Delaware: 

Aldan.. , 

Chester 

Clifton Heights 

Collingdale 

Colwyn 

Darby 

East Lansdowne 

Eddystone 

Folcroft 

Qlenolden 

Lansdowne 

Marcus Hook 

Media 

Morton 

Norwood 

Parkside. 

Prospect Park 

(Moore).. , 

Ridley Park , 

Sharon Hill 

Swarthmore 

Trainer 

Upland 

Yeadon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Elk: 

Johnsonburg 

Ridgway. 

St. Marys 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



235 



Table 11. — Individual returns j or 1929, hy counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



PENNSLYVANIA— Continued 



County and city 



Erie: 

Albion 

Corry. 

Erie --- 

Girard 

North East... 
Nortli Girard. 
Union City... 
Wesley ville... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fayette: 

Belle Vernon 

Brownsville... 

Connellsville 

Dunbar.. 

Everson 

Fairchance 

Fayette City 

Masontown 

Point Marion 

South Brownsville.. 
South Connellsville, 

Uniontown 

Miscellaneous , 



Total. 



Forest: Miscellaneous,. 



Franklin: 

Chambersburg. 

Greencastle 

Mercersburg... 

Waynesboro 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total 

Fulton: Miscellaneous. 



Greene: 

Waynesburg.. 
MLscellaneous. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total. 



Huntingdon: 

Huntingdon.. 
Mount Union. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Indiana: 

Blairsville 

Clymer 

Homer City.. 

Indiana 

Saltsburg 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Jefferson: 

Brockway 

Brookville 

Punxsutawney. 
Reynoldsville.. 

Summerville 

Sykesvillc 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



64 

234 

5,589 

64 

172 

8 

120 

98 

197 



6,546 



243 

286 

638 

49 

38 

27 

89 

138 

77 

219 

19 

1,331 

945 



4,099 



56 



500 
80 
74 
453 
114 



1,221 
9 



363 
649 



258 
65 
97 



34 

51 
262 

54 
148 

1,038 



81 
243 
364 
75 
23 
33 
71 



890 



' See footnote on p. 236. 

62320—31 16 



County and city 



Juniata: 

MifiQintown... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lackawanna: 

Archbald 

Blakely 

Carbondale 

Chinchilla 

Clarks Summit. 

Dalton -. 

Dickson City... 

Dunmore 

Jermyn 

Jessup 

Mayfield 

Minooka... 

Moosic 

Moscow — 

Old Forge 

Olyphant 

Peckville 

Scranton 

Taylor 

Throop — 

Vandling 

Winton 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Lancaster: 

Columbia 

Denver 

Elizabethtown. 

Ephrata 

Lancaster 

Lititz... 

Manheim 

Marietta 

Mount Joy 

New Holland.. 

Quarry ville 

Miscellaneous . 

Total 



Lawrence: 

Bessemer 

Ellwood City.. 

New Castle 

Miscellancous- 

Total.. 



Lebanon: 

Cornwall 

Lebanon 

Myerstown... 

Palmyra 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lehigh: 

Allentown 

Bethlehem 2.. 
Catasauqua... 
Coopersburg.. 

Coplay 

Emaus 

Slatington 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



111 

17 

844 

23 

125 

57 

132 

566 

120 

117 

43 

36 

64 

45 

121 

369 

HI 

6,702 

151 

84 

18 

3 

169 



10, 028 



332 
56 

148 

137 
3,478 

169 

160 
71 

110 
46 
47 

934 



5,688 



70 

774 

2,041 

211 



3,096 



101 
144 



1,452 



4,578 
161 
242 
37 
57 
152 
154 
426 



5,807 



County and city 



Luzerne: 

Ashley 

Avoca 

Dallas.. 

Duryea 

Dupont 

Edwardsville 

Exeter.. 

Forty Fort 

Freelaad 

Glen Lyon 

Hazleton 

Kingston 

Larksville 

Luzerne 

Miners Mills 

Nanticoke 

Nescopeck 

Parsons.. 

Pittston 

Plains 

Plymouth 

Pringle 

Shickshinney... 

Sugar Notch 

Swoyersville 

Warrior Run 

West Hazleton.. 
West Pittston.. 
West Wyoming. 
White Haven. -- 

Wilkes-Barre 

Wyoming 

Miscellaneous... 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



110 

118 

71 

73 

20 

61 

31 

262 

250 

173 

1,278 

1,261 

27 

104 

24 

581 

13 

56 

690 

88 

341 

2 

55 

33 

29 

7 

130 

189 

10 

93 

3,425 

110 

552 



Total I 10,267 



Lycoming: 

Duboistown 

Hughesville 

Jersey Shore... 

Montgomery 

Montoursville 

Muncy 

Newberry 

South Williamsport. 

Williamsport... 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



McKean: 

Bradford 

Eldred 

Kane 

Mount Jewett. 
Port Allegany.. 

Smethport 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 



12 
33 

265 
82 
83 

107 
72 

134 

2,029 

66 



2,883 



Mercer: 

Farrell 

Greenville 

Grove City 

Mercer. 

Sharon 

Sharpsville 

Stoneboro 

West Middlesex. 

Wheatland 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



1,660 
92 
347 
54 
77 
134 
363 



2,727 



236 

505 

299 

175 

1,451 

215 

38 

33 

21 

78 



3,051 



236 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

PENNSYLVANIA— Continued 



County and city 



Mifflin: 

Burnham 

Lewistown 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Monroe: 

East Stroudsburg... 

Stroudsburg . 

Tobyhanna.-- 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Montgomery: 

Ambler 

Bridgeport 

Conshohocken 

East Greenville 

Hatboro-. 

Hatfield.. 

Jenkintown 

Lansdale 

Narberth 

Norristown 

North Wales 

Pennsburg-. 

Pottstown 

Rockledge.. 

Royersford.. 

Souderton. 

West Conshohocken, 

West Telford. 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Montour: 

Danville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Northampton: 

Bangor 

Bath 

Bethlehem ^ 

Easton 

Freemansburg 

Hellertown 

Nazareth 

North Catasauqua. 

Northampton 

Pen Argyl.- 

Roseto 

Walnutport 

West Easton 

Wind Gap 

M iscellaneous 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total. 



Northumberland: 

Kulpmont 

Locust Gap. 

Marion Heights 

Milton. 

Mount Carmel 

Northumberland... 

' Bethlehem: 

Counties — 

Lehigh 

Northampton. 



52 
508 
101 



659 



182 

290 

13 

184 



669 



397 
117 
412 

35 
180 

56 
793 
522 
864 
2,105 
130 

32 
876 

50 
211 
152 

31 

23 
10, 646 



17, 632 



176 
4 



180 



250 

75 

2,452 

2,583 

21 

107 

302 

29 

203 

142 

2 

33 

13 

23 

169 



6,404 



37 

40 

1 

296 

404 

134 



County and city 



Northumberland— Con. 

Shamokin 

Sunbury 

Watsontown 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Perry: 

Duncannon... 

Marysville 

Newport 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Philadelphia: Philadel- 
phia. . 



Pike: 

Matamoras 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Potter: 

Austin 

Coudersport.. 

Galeton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Schuylkill: 

Ashland 

Auburn 

Coaldale 

Cressona 

Frackville 

Gilberton 

Girardville 

Gordon 

Lost Creek 

McAdoo 

Mahanoy City 

Middleport 

Minersville 

New Philadelphia 

(Silver Creek) 

Orwigsburg 

Palo Alto 

Pine Grove 

Port Carbon 

Pottsville. 

St. Clair 

Schuylkill Haven.. 

Shenandoah , 

Tamaqua.. 

Tower City 

Tremont 

Miscellaneous 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total. 



Snyder: 

Middleburg.... 

Selinsgrove 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



744 
70 
156 



2,766 



207 



98, 309 



136 



201 



238 
11 

110 
43 

113 
34 
87 
26 
10 
48 

364 
35 

208 

16 

69 

12 

94 

64 

1,167 

127 

183 

374 

400 

66 

77 

439 



4,415 



111 



County and city 



Somerset: 

Berlin 

Boswell 

Central City... 
Hooversville... 

Meyersdale 

Rockwood 

Somerset , 

Windber 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Sullivan: 

Mildred 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Susquehanna: 

Forest City 

Hallstead 

Montrose 

Susquehanna.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Tioga: 

Blossburg 

Elkland 

Mansfield , 

Wellsboro 

Westfleld 

Miscellaneous. 

Total... 



Union: 

Lewisburg 

MifHinburg... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Venango: 

Emlenton 

Franklin 

Oil City 

Polk 

Rouse ville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total .- 



Warren: 

Warren 

Youngsville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Washington: 

Bentleyville... 
Burgcttstown. 

California 

Canonsburg... 

Charleroi 

Cokesburg 

Donora 



Total. 



Number 
of returns 

Ifil 
2, 4.^2 

2,613 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



237 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

PENNSYLVANIA— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Washington— Contd. 
Ellsworth - 


21 
104 
212 

16 
324 

22 

64 
1,524 

91 
772 


Westmoreland— Contd. 
Irwin 

Jeannette .. 


376 
476 
636 

98 

79 

729 

237 

811 

6 

9 

256 

362 

4 

21 
123 
466 
167 

90 
733 


York: 

Dallastown 


39 




Glen Rock 


39 




Latrobe .-- 

Ligonier 

Manor 


Hanover 


392 




New Freedom 

Red Lion 


33 


Monongahela. 


154 


Monessen 


Spring Grove _. 

West Y'ork 


41 




Mount Pleasant 

New Kensington 

North Belle Vernon. 
North Irwin 


2 




Wrightsville 

Windsor ._ 


47 




8 




York 


2,723 




Miscellaneous 

Total 


349 


Total 


5,121 


Scottdale 






3,827 


Wayne: 


83 
267 
116 


South Greensburg... 
Traflord 


Miscellaneous for State; 
Residents of other 
States 






Vandergrift . 






West Newton. 


1,649 




Total Pennsyl- 




Total 


466 


Miscellaneous 

Total 






371, 402 


Westmoreland: 


191 

39 

145 

16 

58 

1,370 


7,498 


Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables.. 




Wyoming: 

Tunkhannock.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 






77 
109 




Dcrry 


7,257 


East Vandergrift 


Total in general 
tables. 








186 


364, 145 











RHODE ISLAND 



Bristol: 

Barrington 

Bristol 

Warren 

Total 

Kent: 

Coventry 

East Greenwich. 

Warwick 

West Greenwich 
West Warwick.. 

Total 

Newport: 

Jamestown 

Little Compton. 

Miildletown 

Newport 

New Shoreham. 



249 
324 
180 



753 



78 

279 

493 

1 

444 



1,295 



82 
36 
22 
1,385 
19 



Newport— Continued. 

Portsmouth 

Tiverton 

Total 

Providence: 

Burrillville - 

Central Falls 

Cranston 

Cumberland 

East Providence 

Foster 

Gloucester 

Johnston.. 

Lincoln 

North Providence... 
North Smithfield... 

Pawtucket 

Providence 

Scituate _. 

Smithfield 

Woonsocket 

Total 



1, 



213 

443 

1,930 

164 

946 

2 

27 

119 

304 

2H0 

71 

2.630 

13, 152 

52 

45 

1,762 



22, 140 



Washington: 

Charlestown 

Exeter 

Hopkinton 

Narragansett 

North Kingston 

Richmond 

South Kingston 

Westerly 

Total 

Total Rhode Is- 
land 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables 



4 
3 

48 
68 
102 
46 
254 
554 



1,079 



26, 926 



445 



26, 481 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



Abbeville: 

Abbeville 

Calhoun Falls.. 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

.Akien: 

Aiken 

Graniteville 

Langley 

North Augusta 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 



100 
6 
16 



198 

19 

3 

23 

_34 

277 



Allendale: 

Allendale 

Fairfax 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Anderson: 

Anderson 

Belton 

llonea Path... 

Iva 

Pelzer 

Pendleton 




Anderson — Continued 

Williamston. 

Miscellaneous 

Total.. 

Bamberg: 

Bamberg. 

Denmark 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



238 STATISTICS OF INCOME 

Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
member of returns — Continued 



SOUTH CAROLINA— Continued 



County and city 



Barnwell: 

BamwelL. 

Blackville. 

Williston 

Miscellaneous - 

Total 

Beaufort: 

Beaufort- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Berkeley: Miscellaneous 

Calhoun: 

Saint Matthews 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Charleston: 

Charleston 

Edisto Island.. 

Johns Island 

Meggett 

Moultrieville 

Mount Pleasant 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cherokee: 

Blacksburg 

GafTney 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Chester: 

Chester. 

Great Falls 

Miscellaneous 

Total _.- 

Chesterfleld: 

Cheraw 

Chesterfield 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clarendon: 

Manning 

Miscellaneous 

Total.-.- 

Colleton: 

Walterboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Darlington: 

Darlington 

ITartsvillc 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dillon: 

Dillon 

Latta. - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



54 



129 



55 



2,412 
1 

18 
27 
7 
16 
67 



2,548 



10 

134 

4 



148 



146 
27 
11 



184 



95 



35 



102 
152 
21 



275 



147 



County and city 



Dorchester: 

Saint George 

Summerville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Edgefield: 

Edgefield ..- 

Johnston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Fairfield: 

Winnsboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Florence: 

Florence 

Lake City 

Timmonsville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Georgetown: 

Andrews 

Georgetown 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Greenville: 

Fountain Inn 

Greenville 

Greer 

Piedmont.. 

Simpsonville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Greenwood: 

Greenwood 

Ninety Six 

Ware Shoals 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hampton: 

Estill 

Vamville 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Horry: 

Conway 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jasper: Miscellaneous 

Kershaw: 

Camden. 

Kershaw 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 

returns 



53 



93 



25 

123 

2 



150 



11 
1,522 
74 
15 
9 
53 



1,684 



199 
18 
25 
13 



70 



100 
19 
6 



11 

105 

10 



125 



County and city 



Lancaster: 

Lancaster , 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Laurens: 

Clinton 

Laurens 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Lee: 

Bishopville 

Miscellaneous... 

Total.. 

Lexington: 

Batesburg. 

Cayce 

Leesville 

Lexington 

New Brookland 
Miscellaneous... 

Total 

McCormick: 

McCormick 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Marion: 

Marion 

Mullins... 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Marlboro: 

Bennettsville... 

Clio 

McCoU 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Newberry: 

Newberry 

Whitmire 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 

Oconee: 

Newry 

Seneca 

Walhalla 

Westminster 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 

Orangeburg: 

Branch ville 

Elloree 

Orangeburg 

Miscellaneous... 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



56 



193 



109 



27 



146 



101 
19 
26 
14 



160 



145 
20 
30 



195 




236 
58 



313 



I 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



239 



Table 11.— Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



SOUTH CAROLINA— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
return 


Pickens: 

Central 


4 
46 
12 
21 

4 


Spartanburg— Contd. 
Woodruff 


22 

121 


York: 

Clover--- 


24 


Easley. . . 


Miscellaneous 

Total... 


Fort Mill 


20 




Rock Hill 


205 


Pickens 


1, 230 


York 


56 


Miscellaneous 


Sumter: 

Sumter 


Miscellaneous.- 

Total 


8 


335 
30 


Total 


87 






313 


Richland: 


2,018 
21 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous for State: 
Residents of other 




Miscellaneous 


Total 


365 


178 


Total 


2,039 


Union: 

Buffalo 


3 

5 

12 

117 

6 


Total South Caro- 


Saluda: 


16 

8 




Saluda-.- 




13, 848 


Miscellaneous 


Lockhart 


Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 






Union 




Total 


24 




Miscellaneous- 

Total 








Spartanburg: 
Clifton 


8 
2 
3 
5 
8 
1,061 


616 


143 


Total in general 
tables 






Williamsburg: 

Kingstree 




Cowpens -- 


54 
22 


13, 232 


Enoree 






Miscellaneous 

Total 




Landrum 




Spartanburg 


76 











SOUTH DAKOTA 



Aurora: 

Plankinton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Beadle: 

Huron 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Bennett: Miscellaneous. 

Bon Homme: 

Scotland..- 

Tyndall 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Brookings: 

Brookings 

Elkton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Brown: 

Aberdeen 

Groton 

Miscellaneous 

Total -.- 

Brule: 

Chamberlain 

Kimball 

Miscellaneous - 

Total 

Buffalo: Miscellaneous- - 
Butte: 

Belle Fourche 

^Miscellaneous 

Total 



57 



419 
66 



485 



29 
51 
60 

140 



142 
17 
42 



201 



857 
24 
81 



112 

47 



159 



Campbell: Miscellane- 



ous 


28 






Charles Mix: 

Geddes 


32 


Lake Andes . 


31 


Platte 


35 


Wagner 


87 


Miscellaneous 


15 


Total 


200 






Clark: 

Clark 

M iscellaneous 


48 
52 


Total 


100 


Clay: 


115 


Miscellaneous 


57 


Total 


172 


Codington: 


463 


Miscellaneous 


29 


Total 


492 






Corson: 

Mcintosh 


13 


Miscellaneous 


54 


Total 


67 


Custer: Miscellaneous. . 


84 


Davison: 

Mitchell 

Miscellaneous 


402 
19 


Total 


42i 


Day: 

Webster 


64 


Miscellaneous 


46 



Total. 



110 



Deuel: 

Clear Lake. 


16 


Miscellaneous - 


25 


Total..- -.- 


41 


Dewey: Miscellaneous- . 


68 


Douglas: 

Armour 


57 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


45 
102 






Edmunds: 

Ipswich 


27 


M iscellaneous 


44 


Total.- 


71 






Fall River: 


52 


Hot Springs 

Miscellaneous 


116 
13 


Total 


181 






Faulk: Miscellaneous.- - 


56 


Grant: 

Milbank 


68 


M iscellaneous 

Total 


29 

97 






Gregory: M iscellaneous - 


101 


Haakon: 

Phillip 


26 


M iscellaneous - - 

Total 


40 
66 






Hamlin: Miscellaneous - 


59 


Hand: 

Miller 


45 


M iscellaneous 


7 


Total- -.. 


52 



240 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and toivnships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

SOUTH DAKOTA— Continued 



County and city 



Hanson: 

Alexandria 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Harding: Miscellaneous. 

Hughes: 

Pierre 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hutchinson: 

Parkston 

Tripp 

Miscellaneous 

Total .- 

Hyde: 

Highmore. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jackson: Miscellaneous - 

Jerauld: 

Wessington Springs- 
Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Jones: Miscellaneous 

Kingsbury: 

Arlington 

De Smet 

Lake Preston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lake: 

Madison. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lawrence: 

Deadwood... 

Lead 

Spearfish 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lincoln: 

Canton 

Lennox 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lyman: Miscellaneous.. 

McCook: 

Bridgewater 

Salem 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



53 



162 
33 



195 



34 



30 



128 

269 

57 

28 



482 



76 
26 
63 

165 



155 
32 



187 



85 



County and city 



McPherson: 

Eureka 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Marshall: 

Britton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

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 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Potter: 

Gettysburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Roberts: 

Sisseton 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Sanborn: 

Woonsockct 

Miscellaneous 

Total , 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



72 



67 



76 

1,667 

140 



1,883 



92 



384 
47 



431 



38 
106 



79 



53 



County and city 



Shannon: Miscellaneous 

Spink: 

Redfleld 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Stanley: 

Fort Pierre 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Sully: Miscellaneous 

Todd: Miscellaneous 

Tripp: 

Winner 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Turner: 

Centerville. 

Parker 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Union: 

Beresford 

Elk Point 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Walworth: 

Mobridge 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Washabaugh: Miscella- 
neous 

Washington: Miscella- 
neous... -. 

Yankton: 

Yankton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ziebach: Miscellaneous. 

Miscellaneous for State: 
Residents of other 
States 

Total South Da- 
kota 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables. ., 

Total in general 
tables 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



241 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

TENNESSEE 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Anderson: 


64 
11 
9 


Crockett: Miscellaneous. 

Cumberland: 

Crossville.. 


45 


Hamilton: 

Chattanooga 

Lookout Mountain.- 
M iscellaneous 

Total 


4 256 


Coal Creek 


18 
7 


66 




165 




Miscellaneous 

Total 




Total 


84 


4,487 




25 


Hardeman: 

Bolivar 




Bedford: 

Shelbyville 


65 
9 


Davidson: 

Nashville 




7,358 
222 


33 




Miscellaneous 

Total 


29 




M iscellaneous 




Total 


74 


62 




7, 580 


Hardin: 

Savannah 




Benton: Miscellaneous.. 


11 
5 


Decatur: Miscellaneous. 
De Kalb: Miscellaneous. 

Dickson: 




10 
10 


25 




M iscellaneous 

Total 


4 


Blount: 


24 

153 

51 




60 
11 


29 




Hawkins: 




M iscellaneous 


M iscellaneous 

Total 


34 


Total - 


228 


71 


Miscellaneous 

Total - 


35 




Dyer: 




Bradley: 


181 
9 


189 
33 
10 


69 


Haywood: 












Miscellaneous 


104 


Total 


190 


M iscellaneous 


9 




232 




Campbell: 


58 
27 
28 


Fayette: 

Somerville .. 


113 


37 
50 


Henderson: 




Lafollette 






M iscellaneous 

Total 


37 




M iscellaneous 

Total 




Total 


113 


87 






Fentress: Miscellaneous. 

Franklin: 

Cowan 


41 


Cannon: Miscellaneous. 


5 


28 


Henry: 

Paris -- 






Carroll: 


20 

28 

43 

8 


16 
52 ' 

87 


185 




Miscellaneous 

Total --. 


7 




Winchester 


Huntingdon 

McKenzie 




Miscellaneous 

Total 


19Z 


M iscellaneous. 


155 


Hickman: Miscellane- 





Total 


99 


Gibson: 


12 
94 
41 
47 
10 


29 




Houston: Miscellaneous. 

Humphreys: 

Waverly 


4 


Carter: 

Elizabethton 


126 
10 






Milan 




Miscellaneous 


Trenton . 


28 




Miscellaneous 

Total 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


14 


Total 


136 






204 


42 


Cheatham: Miscellane- 


16 


Giles: 

Pulaski -. 


Jackson: Miscellaneous. 

Jefferson: 

Jefferson City 

M iscellaneous 

Total 




73 

7 


8 


Chester: 

Henderson 




20 
2 


M iscellaneous 

Total 




80 


31 


M iscellaneous 

Total 


Grainger: Miscellaneous. 

Greene: 

Greenville 




8 




22 


56 


Johnson: 

Mountain City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 




Claiborne: Miscellane- 
ous .. 


27 


155 
8 


7 


Miscellaneous 

Total . .. . 


2 


Cocke: 




81 
9 


163 


9 


Grundy: 

Palmer. 


Knox: 

Knoxville 




Miscellaneous.- 

Total 


5 
34 


3,473 


90 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


125 


Coffee: 


39 




14 

75 

2 


3,598 


Hamblen: 


Lake: 

Tiptonville 




144 
2 




TuUahoma 


35 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


M iscellaneous 

Total 


28 


91 


146 


63 











242 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by couuties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of rcturjis — Continued 



TENNESSEE— Continued 



County and city 



Lauderdale: 

Halls 

Ripley 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lawrence: 

Lawrenceburg. 
MLscellaneous.. 



Total 

Lewis: Miscellaneous. 

Lincoln: 

Fayetteville 

Miscellaneous 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total. 



Loudon: 

Lenoir City... 

Loudon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

McMinn: 

Athens 

Englewood 

Etowah.- 



Miscellaneous. 
Total - 



McNairy: Miscellane- 
ous 

Macon: Miscellaneous. . 

Madison: 

Jackson.- 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Marion: 

Jasper. 

South Pittsburg. 
Miscellaneous 



Total - 



Marshall: 

Lewisburg 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Maury: 

Columbia 

Mount Plesisant. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Meigs: Miscellaneous... 

Monroe: 

Sweetwater 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Montgomery: 

Clarksville 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Moore: Miscellaneous. 



27 
94 
29 

150 



105 
20 



125 



63 



71 

4 

105 



64 



229 
61 
28 

318 



53 



308 
4 



312 



County and city 



Morgan: 

Oakdale 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Obion: 

Obion 

South Fulton. 
Union City... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Overton: 

Livingston 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Perry: Miscellimeous. 

Polk: 

Copperhill 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Putnam: 

(\iokeville 

Monterey 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Rhea: 

Dayton 

Spring City... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Roane: 

narriman 

Rockwood 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Robertson: 

Springfield 

Miscellaneous- 



Total - 



Rutherford: 

Muvfreesboro- 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Scott: 

Oneida 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Sequatchie: 

Dunlap 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Sevier: Miscellaneous.. 

Shelby: 

Collierville 

IMemiihis 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Smitli: 

Carthage 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



50 



12 

1 

107 

18 



138 



64 



184 



137 
32 



169 



201 
22 



223 



48 



33 

10, 803 

161 



10, 997 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Stewart: Miscellaneous. 

Sullivan: 

Bristol '--.. 

Kingsport 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Sumner: 

Gallatin. 

Portland- 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Tipton: 

Covington 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Trousdale: Hartsville.. 

Unicoi: 

Rrwin 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Union: Miscellaneous.. 

Van Buren: Miscellane- 
ous - 



353 

293 

19 



665 



79 
9 
17 

105 



127 
1 



Warren: 

McMinnville.- 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Washington: 

Johnson City. 
Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Wayne: Miscellaneous- 

Weakley: 

Dresden 

Oreenfield - 

Martin— 

Miscellaneous 



Totixl- 



White: 

Sparta 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Williamson: 

Franklin 

Miscellaneous. 

Total- 



Wilson: 

Lebanon. 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Total Tennessee... 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables -. 



128 
1 



614 
40 



654 
1l 



133 
19 



152 



66 
8 

74 

35, 433 



34,664 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



243 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

TEXAS 



County and city 



Anderson: 

Elkhart 

Frankslon 

Palestine 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Andrews: Miscellaneous. 

Angelina: 

Diboll 

Keltys 

Lufkin 

Miscellaneous 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total. 



Aransas: Rockport. 

Archer: 

Archer City 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total - 



Armstrong: 

Claude..- 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Atascosa: 

Pleasanton 

Poteet 

Miscellaneous- 
Total - 



Austin: 

Bellville- 

Miscellaneous- 



Total 

Bailey: Miscellaneous-. 

Bandera: Miscellaneous. 

Bastrop: 

Bastrop 

Elgin 

Smithville -. 

Miscellaneous 

Total-... 

Baylor: 

Seymour 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Bee: 

Beeville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Bell: 

Belton 

Killeen -. 

Rogers 

Temple 

Miscellaneous 

Total -. 



420 
18 
24 



16 

25 

245 

20 



73 
88 

161 



73 



130 
107 



237 
20 



56 



117 
15 



256 



84 



166 
33 



104 
11 
20 

408 
54 



597 



County and city 



Bexar: 

Alamo Heights 

San Antonio 

South San Antonio.. 
Miscellaneous 

Total- - 

Blanco: Miscellaneous.. 
Borden: Miscellaneous.. 

Bosque: 

Clifton 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



Bowie: 

DeKalb 

Texarkana 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



41 

,638 

23 

139 



8,841 



18 

498 

36 

552 



Brazoria: 

.41vin 


42 


Angleton . 


41 


Freei'ort. 


152 


Miscellaneous 


122 


Total 


357 


Brazos: 

Bryan 


282 


Miscellaneous.- 


31 


Total 

Brewster: 


313 
110 


Miscellaneous 


46 


Total -— 


156 






Briscoe: Miscellaneous, . 
Brooks: Falfurrias 


33 
69 


Brown: 

Brownwood 


377 


Miscellaneous 


27 


Total- - 


404 


Burleson: 

Caldwell -.. 


77 




36 


Miscellaneous 


30 


Total 


143 






Burnet: 

Burnet 


25 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


30 
55 






Caldwell: 

Lockhart...r.-. 


193 


Luling 


330 


Miscellaneous.. 


77 


Total 


600 


Calhoun: 

Port I-avaca 

Miscellaneous 


29 
12 


Total 


41 



County and city 



Num- 
' ber of 
returns 



Callahan: 

Baird 

Cross Plains.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Cameron: 

Brownsville... 

Harlingen 

La Feria 

Port Isabel 

San Benito 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Camp: 

Pittsburg 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Carson: 

Panhandle 

White Deer... 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Cass: 

Atlanta 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Castro: Miscellaneous. 
Chambers: Miscellane- 
ous 



Cherokee: 

Alto 

Jack.sonville.. 

Rusk 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Childress: 

Childress 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



47 

67 
40 

154 



519 

346 

52 

16 

276 

54 



1,263 



39 



118 
67 
68 



253 



15 

201 

42 

14 



216 



Clay: 


87 


Miscellaneous 


32 


Total 


119 






Cockran: Mi.scellaneous. 
Coke: Miscellaneous 


2 
38 


Coleman: 


252 


Santa Anna 


64 


Miscellaneous 


13 


Total 


329 






Collm: 

Celina 


12 


Farmersville 

McKinney.. 


31 
202 


Piano 


48 


Miscellaneous 


50 


Total.... 


343 



224 



244 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, hy counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 



Collins worth: 

Wellington 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Colorado: 

Columbus 

Eagle Lake... 

Weimar.- 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Comal: 

New Braunfels- 
Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Comanche: 

Comanche 

De Leon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Concho: 

Eden 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Cooke: 

Gainesville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Coryell: 

Gatesville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Cottle: 

Paducah 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Crane: Miscellaneous - 
Crockett: Ozona 



Crosby: 

Crosbyton 

Ralls 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Culberson: Miscellane- 
ous 



Dallam: 

Ualhart 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Dallas: 

Dallas 

Garland 

Grand Prairie- 
Lancaster 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



100 
17 



78 
105 



29 

280 



258 
3 



81 



238 
19 



257 



50 
117 



186 
12 



15, 454 
38 
22 
34 
86 



15, 634 



County and city 



Dawson: 

Lamesa 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Deaf Smith: 

Hereford 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Delta: 

Cooper 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Denton: 

Denton 

Pilot Point— . 

Sanger 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



De Witt: 

Cuero 

Yorktown 

Miseellaneous- 

Total 



Di9kens: 

Spur 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Dimmit: 

Asherton 

Carrigo Springs. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total. 



Donley: 

Clarendon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Duval: Miscellaneous.-. 



Eastland: 

Cisco -- 

Desdemona 

Eastland 

Gorman 

Olden 

Ranger 

Rising Star 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Ector: Odessa -- 

Edwards: Miscellaneous 

Ellis: 

Ennis --- 

Ferris 

Italy-.- 

Midlothian 

Waxahachie 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



87 



120 

4 



55 



190 
18 
15 
47 



270 



169 
84 



176 
13 



189 
87 



218 
17 

200 
26 
21 

181 

53 

4 



720 



150 
32 
43 
12 

274 
74 



County and city 



El Paso: 

El Paso -- 

Fabens 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Erath: 

Dublin 

Stephen ville... 

Thurber 

Miscellaneous - 

Total 



Falls: 

Marlin 

Rosebud 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fannin: 

Bonham 

Honey Grove. 

Ladonia- - 

Leonard- 

Miscellaneous- 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



3,930 
58 
137 



4,125 



178 
115 
73 



Total. 



Fayette: 

La Grange 

Schulenburg-. 
Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Fisher: 

Rotan 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Floyd: 

Floydada 

Lockney 

Miscellaneous. 

Total -- 



Foard: 

Crowell 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Fort Bend: 

Richmond 

Rosenberg 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



112 
34 
16 
21 
26 



209 



136 
79 
117 



332 



135 



Franklin: 

Mount Vernon. 
Miscellaneous-- 



Total. 



Freestone: 

Teague 

Worthan 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



54 
8 

62 

118 
98 
189 

405 



90 
37 
48 

176 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



245 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 



Frio: 

Pearsall 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Gaines: Miscellaneous. 

Galveston: 

Galveston 

Texas City 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Garza: 

Post 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Gillespie: 

Fredericksburg. 
Miscellaneous... 



Total - 



Glasscock: 

Miscellaneous.. 

Goliad: 

Goliad 

Miscellaneous.. 



Total. 



Gonzales: 

Gonzales 

Nixon... 

Waelder 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Gray: 

McLean 

Pampa... 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Grayson: 

Denison 

Sherman 

Van Alstyne.. 
Whitesboro... 
Whitewright.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Gregg: 

Longview 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Grimes: 

Navasota 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Guadalupe: 

Seguin 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



3, 252 
100 
95 



3,447 



113 
17 



130 



163 
16 
44 
28 



251 



759 



377 
502 
25 
12 
28 
30 



974 



175 
12 



187 



158 
44 



264 
65 



County and city 



Hale: 

Hale Center... 

Plain view 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



32 
351 



Hall: 

Memphis 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Ham.Iton: 
Hamilton. 
Hico 



Total. 



Hansford: 

Spearman 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hardeman: 

Chillicothe 

Quanah 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Hardin: Miscellaneous. 



Harris: 

Goose Creek.. 

Houston 

La Porte 

Pasadena 

Pelly 

MisceUaneoas. 



391 

200 
60 

260 



102 
37 



Total. 



Harrison: 

Marshall 

Miscellaneous. 



Total — . 

Hartley: Miscellaneous. 
Haskell: 



79 

161 

15 

255 

202 



221 

15, 230 

54 

18 

26 

462 



16, Oil 



490 



578 

18 



Haskell.. 


41 


Rule. 


18 


Miscellaneous 


8 


Total 


67 






Hays: 


190 


Miscellaneous 


29 


Total 


219 






Hemphill: 


139 


Miscellaneous 


5 


Total 


144 






Henderson: 

Athens 

Miscellaneous 


91 
28 


Total... 


119 



County and city 



Hidalgo: 

Alamo 

Donna 

Edinburg 

McAllen 

Mercedes 

Mission 

Pharr 

San Juan 

Weslaco 

Miscellaneous. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total. 



Hill: 

Hillsboro 

Hubbard 

Itasca 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



26 

97 

132 

233 

169 

168 

48 

46 

116 

23 



1,058 



Hockley: 

Levelland 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Hood: 

Granbury 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hopkins: 

Sulphur Springs — 
M isceUaneous 



Total. 



Houston: 

Crockett 

Grapeland 

Miscellaneous. 



174 

47 
34 

78 



333 



112 

18 



130 



Total. 



Howard: 

Big Springs..., 
Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Hudspeth: Miscellane- 
ous. 



Hunt: 

Celeste 

Commerce 

Greenville 

Lone Oak 

Wolf City 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Hutchinson: 

Borger 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Irion: Miscellaneous - 
Jack: 



137 



549 

28 



♦577 
32 



4 
41 
315 
7 
9 
17 



393 



317 
129 



Jacksboro 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



246 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing- 
number of returns — Continued 



TEX A S— C ontinued 



County and city 



Jackson: 

Edna 

M iscellaneous. 

Total 

Jasper: 

Jasper.. 

Kirbyville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jeff Davis: Miscellane- 
ous 

Jefferson: 

Beaumont 

Port Arthur 

Port Neclies 

M iscellaneous. 

Total 

Jim Hogg: Miscellane- 
ous 

Jim Wells: 

Alice 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Johnson: 

Alvarado 

Cleburne 

Grandview 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jones: 

Anson 

Hamlin 

Stanford 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Karnes: 

JCarnes City 

Kenedy 

Runge 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Kaufman: 

Forney 

Kaufman 

Kemp. ._ 

Mabank. 

Terrell 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kendall: 

Boerne 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kent: Miscellaneous... 

Kerr: 

Kerrville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



33 



2,614 

1,665 

56 

97 



4,432 



106 
36 



27 

269 

23 

19 



60 
70 
126 

14 



270 



24 
112 
45 
35 



216 



31 
40 
16 
15 
179 
4 



103 
3 



259 
53 



County and city 



Kimble: 

Junction 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



King: Miscellaneous... 



Kinney: 

Brackettville.. 
Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



230 



Kleberg: 

Kingsville 


200 


Miscellaneous 


4 


Total 


204 






Knox: 

Mundav 


33 


Miscellaneous 


54 


Total 


87 






Lamar: 

Paris 


523 


Miscellaneous 


58 


Total. 


581 






Lamb: 

Littlefield 


47 


Sudan 


20 


Miscellaneous 


38 


Total 


105 






Lampasas: 

Lampasas 


73 


Miscellaneous 


8 


Total 


81 






La Salle: 

Cotulla 


32 


Miscellaneous 


17 


Total 


49 






Lavaca: 

Hallettsville 


73 


Shiner 


72 


Yoakum 


141 


Miscellaneous 


28 


Total 


314 






Lee: 

Giddings 


39 


Miscellaneous 


9 


Total . 


48 






Leon: Miscellaneous 


24 


Liberty: 

Cleveland 


35 


Dayton 


48 


Liberty 


105 


Miscellaneous 


84 


Total 


272 






Limestone: 

Cooledge 


29 


Groesbeck 


98 


Mexia 


266 


Miscellaneous 


51 


Total 


444 







County and city 



Lipscomb: Miscellane- 
ous 



Live Oak: 

Three Rivers.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Llano: 

Llano 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Lubbock: 

Lubbock 

Slaton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lynn: 

Tahoka 

O'Donnell 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



McCulloch: 

Brady 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



McLennan: 

McGregor 

Mart 

Moody 

Waco 

West 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Madison: 

Madisonville.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Marion: 

Jefferson 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Martin: 

Stanton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Mason: Miscellaneous. 

Matagorda: 

Bay City 

Palacios 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Maverick: Eagle Pass. 

Medina: 

Devine 

M iscellaneous 



Total. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



247 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and toivnships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 



Menard: 





120 


M iscellaneous 


4 


Total.. 


124 






Midland: Midland. 


354 


Milam: 

Cameron. . 


211 


Rockdale 


59 




20 


M iscellaneous 


47 


Total 


337 






Mills: 

Goldthwaite 

M iscellaneous 


26 

4 


Total . 


30 






Mitchell: 

Colorado 


152 


Miscellaneous 


25 


Total 


177 






Montague: 

Bowie 


61 


Nacona 


89 


M iscellaneous. 


39 


Total 


189 






Montgomery: 

Conroe . 


61 


M iscellaneous 


45 


Total 


106 






Moore: MLscellaneous... 


20 


Morris: 

Daingerfield 

Miscellaneous 


6 
11 


Total 


17 






Motley: 

Matador 


6 


M iscellaneous 


14 


Total 


20 






Nacogdoches: 
Gushing 


6 


Nacogdoches 

Miscellaneous 


173 
15 


Total 


194 






Navarro: 

Corsicana .. 


660 


Dawson 


11 




44 


Miscellaneous 


92 


Total 


807 






Newton: Miscellaneous. 


42 


Nolan: 

Roscoe 


20 


Sweetwater.. 


257 


Miscellaneous 


12 


Total 


289 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



County and city 



Nueces: 

Corpus Chrigti 

Robstown 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Ochiltree: 

Perrj'ton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Oldham: Miscellaneous 

Orange: 

Orange 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Palo Pinto: 

M ineral Wells 

Mingus 

Strawn 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Panola: 

Carthage 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Parker: 

Weatherford 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Parmer: Miscellaneous. 

Pecos: 

Fort Stockton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Polk: 

Livingston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Potter: 

Amarillo 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Presidio: 

Marfa.. 

Presidio 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Rains: Miscellaneous.. 

Randall: 

Canyon 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Reagan: Miscellaneous 
Real: Miscellaneous 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



869 
193 
116 



1,178 



210 
25 



235 



52 



281 
22 



303 



200 



273 



47 



87 



134 



164 
15 



2,481 
2 



2,483 



160 
9 
16 



185 



105 
3 



108 



180 
24 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Red River: 

Annona 


7 


Clarksville 


66 


Detroit .. 


5 


Miscellaneous 

Total. 


21 
99 


Reeves: 

Pecos . 




147 


Miscellaneoios 

Total- 

Refugio: 

Refugio 

Woodsboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Roberts: Miscellaneous. 

Robertson: 


35 
182 


110 
38 
20 

168 


94 


71 




65 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


68 


204 


Rockwall: 

Rockwall 




11 


Rovce City 


23 


Miscellaneous 

Total 

Runnels: 

Ballinger 

Winters 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rusk: 

Henderson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sabine: Miscellaneous.. 

San Augustine: 

San .-Vugustine 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

San Jacinto: Miscellane- 
ous .. 


6 


40 


152 
64 
51 

267 


92 
6 


98 


41 


36 
1 


37 


13 


San Patricio: 

Aransas Pass 

Sinton . . 




75 
72 


Taft 


132 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


168 


447 


San Saba: 

San Saba 




64 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


10 


74 







248 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 



Schleicher: 

Eldorado 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Scurry: 

Snyder. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Shackleford: 

Albany 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Shelby: 

Center 

Timpson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sherman: Miscellane- 
ous 

Smith: 

Troup-. 

Tyler 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Somervell: Miscellane- 
ous. . 

Starr: 

Rio Grande 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Stephens: 

Breckenridge 

Caddo , 

Miscellaneous , 

Total 

Sterling: Miscellaneous 
Stonewall: Miscellane- 
ous 

Sutton: Sonora.. 

Swisher: 

Tulia 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Tarrant: 

Arlington. 

Fort Worth.-. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Taylor: 

Abilene 

Merkol. 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Terrell: Miscellaneous.. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



79 



141 
49 



190 



107 
50 



28 
640 



407 
18 
13 



438 
70 



17 
152 



126 



206 



6,324 
123 



6,535 



1,031 
51 

18 



94 



County and city 



Terry: 

Brownfleld 

Miscellaneous 

Total.... 

Throckmorton: 

Throckmorton... 
M iscellaneous 

Total 

Titus: 

Mount Pleasant. 
Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Tom Green: 

San Angelo 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Travis: 

Austin 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Trinity: 

Groveton 

South Groveton. 

Trinity 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Tyler: Miscellaneous 

Upshur: 

GOmer 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Upton: 

McCamey 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Uvalde: 

Sabinal 

Uvalde 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Val Verde: 

Del Rio 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Van Zandt: 

Grand Saline 

Wills Point 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Victoria: 

Victoria 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



23 



50 



1,300 

58 



1,358 



47 



2,046 



29 



56 



184 
42 



226 



41 
202 
30 



466 



139 



247 
19 



266 



County and city 



Walker: 

Huntsville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Waller: Miscellaneous.. 

Ward: 

Pyote 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Washington: 

Brenham 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Webb: 

Laredo.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wharton: 

El Campo 

Wharton 

Miscellaneous _ 

Total 

Wheeler: 

Shamrock 

Miscellaneous.. 

Total 

Wichita: 

Burkbumett 

Electra 

Iowa Park.. 

Wichita Falls - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wilbarger: 

Vernon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Willacy: 

Raymond ville 

M iscellaneous 

Total - 

Williamson: 

Bartlett 

Georgetown 

Granger 

Round Rock 

Taylor 

M iscellaneous.. 

Total 

Wilson: 

Floresville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



249 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by couMies, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



TEXAS— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Winkler: 

Wink 


218 
2 


Wood— Continued. 

Winnsboro 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


38 
4 


Zapata: Miscellaneous.. 

Zavalla: 

Crystal City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Total Texas 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 


3 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


220 


146 






U 


■Wise: 

Alvord - 


7 
17 

7 
34 
15 


Yoakum: Miscellaneous 

Young: 

Eliasville 


3 


58 






Chico 


34 
212 

12 
159 

20 

15 


117, 474 








Graham 




Miscellaneous. 




Total 


80 


Olnev -. - 










Wood: 

Alba 


10 
94 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Total in general 
tables 




Mineola 


452 


113, 555 









UTAH 



Beaver: 

Beaver , 

Milford.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Boxelder: 

Brigham City 

Tremonton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cache: 

Hyrum 

Lewiston 

Logan 

Providence 

Eichmond.. 

Smithfleld 

Wellsville.- .— 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Carbon: 

Helper --- 

Price - 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Daggett: Miscellaneous 

Davis: 

Bountiful 

Farmington — 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Duchesne: 

Roosevelt 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Emery: Miscellaneous. 

Garfield: 

Panguitch.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Grand: Miscellaneous., 




18 
12 
250 
10 
11 
22 
13 
30 



366 



116 
173 
372 

661 

2 



35 
18 
100 



153 



47 



Iron: 

Cedar City 

Parowan 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Juab: 

Eureka 

Nephi 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kane: 

Kanab 

Miscellaneous 

Total -- 

Millard: 

Delta... 

Fillmore 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Morgan: Miscellaneous. 

Piute: Miscellaneous 

Rich: Miscellaneous 

Salt Lake: 

Bingham Canyon... 

Garfield 

Magna 

Midvale 

Murray 

Salt Lake City 

Sandy 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

San Juan: Miscellaneous. 

Sanpete: 

Ephraim 

Fairview 

Gunnison 

Manti 

Moroni 

Mount Pleasant 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sevier: 

Monroe 

Richfield 

Salina 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



128 
37 

55 



72 



134 
49 

112 

,762 

32 

63 



172 



Summit: 

Park City. 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Tooele: 

Grantsville 

Tooele... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Uintah: 

Vernal 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Utah: 

American Fork 

Lehi 

Orem. 

Payson 

Pleasant Grove.-y. 

Provo 

Santaquin 

Spanish Fork 

SpringvUle 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Wasatch: 

Heber City... 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Washington: 

Hurricane 

St. George 

Miscellaneous 

Total. 

Wayne: Miscellaneous. 

Weber: 

Ogden City.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Total Utah 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables... 



189 
55 



244 



12 
190 



44 

14 

1 

18 

14 

317 

3 

27 

35 

26 



499 



113 



25 



1,604 
38 



1,642 



13,423 



260 



13, 163 



250 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11, — Individual returns for' 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



VERMONT 



County and city 



Addison: 

Bristol 

Ferrisburg 

Middlebury... 
New Haven... 

Vergennes 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 



Bennington: 

Arlington 

Bennington. -- 

Dorset 

Manchester— - 

Pownal 

Readsboro 

Shaftsbury 

; Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Caledonia: 

Barnet. 

Burke 

Danville 

Hard wick 

Lyndon 

Ryegate. 

St. Johnsbury. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Chittenden: 

Burlington 

i Charlotte 

Colchester 

Essex 

Hinesburg 

: Jericho. 

Milton 

Richmond 

Shelburne 

Winooski 

> Miscellaneous. 



it Total. 



Essex: 

Canaan 

Concord 

Island Pond.- 

Lunenburg 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



42 
10 
145 
4 
49 
33 



283 



38 
500 
28 
80 
10 
13 
12 
13 



79 
10 
12 
67 
70 
21 
429 
23 



711 



1,265 

21 

2 

58 

2 

7 

21 

20 

26 



1,521 



County and city 



Franklin: 

Berkshire 

Enosburg 

Fairfax... 

Fairfield 

Georgia 

Highgate 

Montgomery.. 

Richford 

St. Albans 

Sheldon 

Swanton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 

Grand Isle: 
Alburg. 



Miscellaneous. 
Total , 



Lamoille: 

Cambridge 

Hyde Park 

Johnson 

MorrisvOle 

Stowe 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Orange: 

Bradford 

Chelsea 

Newbury 

Randolph 

Thetford 

Wells River 

Williamstown. 
M iscellaneous. 

Total 



Orleans: 

Barton 

Craftsbury 

Derby 

Newport 

Orleans 

Troy 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Rutland: 

Brandon 

Castleton 

Danby 

Fair Haven 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



29 

11 

5 

6 

7 

3 

44 

436 

19 

62 

6 



45 



141 



40 
13 
40 
177 
45 
28 
14 



23 

17 

105 



County and city 



Rutland — Continued. 

Pawlet 

Pittsford 

Poultney 

Proctor 

Rutland.. , 

Wallingford 

West Rutland 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Washington: 

Barre 

Cabot 

Graniteville... 

Montpelier 

Northfield 

Waterbury 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Windham: 

Bellows Falls.. 

Brattleboro 

Westminster.. 

Wilmington 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Windsor: 

Bethel 

Cavendish 

Chester 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Ludlow 

Norwich 

Quechee-- 

Rochester 

Royalton 

Springfield 

White River Junc- 
tion 

Wilder.. 

Windsor 

Woodstock 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Total Vermont 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables -- 



VIRGINIA 



Accomac: 

Chincoteaguelsland 


18 
47 
181 


Alleghany: 

Clifton Forge 


310 

313 

34 


Appomattox: Miscella- 


28 


Arlington: 




Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


1,129 
42 




246 


657 






Amelia: Miscellaneous.. 

Amherst: 

Madison Heights.... 
Miscellaneous 

Total... 


28 


Ballston 


78 


Albemarle: 

Charlottesville 

Miscellaneous 


648 
123 




276 


22 
79 


East Falls Church.. 
Miscellaneous 

Total 


73 

219 


Total 


771 


101 


1,818 











i 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



251 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, hy counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

VIRGINIA— Continued 



County and city 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Augusta: 

Staunton 

Waynesboro.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Bath: 

Hot Springs 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Bedford: 

Bedford 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Bland: Miscellaneous. 
Botetourt: Miscella- 
neous 



Brunswick: 

Lawrenceville. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Buchanan: Miscellane- 
ous -- 

Buckingham: Miscella- 
neous 



Campbell: 

AltaVista 

Lynchburg 

Miscellaneous. 



Total - 


1,771 


Caroline: Miscellaneous 
Carroll: 

Galex. (See Gray- 
son County.) 

Miscellaneous 

Charles City: Miscella- 
neous 




53 

9 
10 


Charlotte: Miscellaneous 

Chesterfield: 

Colonial Heights 

Ettrick 


56 


34 
16 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


93 


143 


Clarke: 

Berryville 




56 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


18 


74 


Craig: Miscellaneous. .. 

Culpeper: 

Culpeper ... 




7 


90 


Miscellaneous 

Total... 


33 


123 


Cumberland: Miscella- 
neous . . 




9 


Dickinson: Miscellane- 
ous...... . 


27 







489 
165 



740 



78 



106 



127 
34 



161 
5 
73 



80 



58 

1,678 

35 



County and city 



Dinwiddle: 

Petersburg 

Miscellaneous. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



916 
25 



Total 


941 






Elizabeth City: 

Hampton 


457 


Phoebus 


77 


Miscellaneous 


75 


Total 


609 






Essex: Miscellaneous... 


19 


Fairfax: 

Falls Church - 

M iscellaneous - 


54 
208 


Total 


262 






Fauquier: 

Warrenton . 


131 


Miscellaneous 


104 


Total 


235 






Floyd: Miscellaneous — 
Fluvanna: Miscella- 
neous . 


5 
21 






Franklin: 

RockjTUOimt 

Miscellaneous 


43 
16 


Total 


59 






Frederick: 

Winchester 


390 


Miscellaneous 


23 


Total 


413 






Giles: 


19 


Miscellaneous 


64 


Total 


83 






Gloucester: Miscellane- 
ous - 


46 


Goochland: Miscellane- 
ous 


24 


Grayson: 

Fries - 


5 


Galex 


47 


M iscellaneous 


2 


Total 


54 






Greene: Miscellaneous.. 


2 


Greensville: 

Emporia _. 


115 


Miscellaneous 


4 


Total 


119 






Halifax: 

South Boston 

Miscellaneous 


217 
64 


Total 


281 







County and city 



Hanover: 

Ashland 

Miscellaneous, 

Total 



Henrico: 

Richmond 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Henry: 

Martinsville.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



158 



10, 085 
129 



10, 214 



189 
63 



252 



Highland :Miscellaneous. 


3 


Isle of "Wight: 

Smithfield 


30 


Miscellaneous 


10 


Total 


40 






James City: 

Toano 


12 


Williamsburg 

Miscellaneous 


119 
3 


Total 


134 






King and Queen: Mis- 
cellaneous . -. 


8 


King George: Miscella- 
neous 


18 


King William: 

West Point 


41 


Miscellaneous 


10 


Total 


51 






Lancaster: Miscellane- 
ous - 


35 






Lee: 

Pennington Gap 

Miscellaneous 


10 
37 


Total. 


56 






Loudoun: 

Leesburg 


95 


Miscellaneous 


124 


Total 


219 






Louisa: Miscellaneous.. 


51 


Lunenburg: 

Victoria 


41 


Miscellaneous 


36 


Total 


77 






Madison: Miscellaneous. 
Mathews: Miscellane- 
ous 


24 
34 


Mecklenburg: 

Chase City 


65 


Soutb Hill 


44 


Miscellaneous 


79 


Total 


188 







62320—31 17 



252 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing- 
number of returns — Continued 



VIRGINIA— Continued 



County and city 



Middlesex: Miscellane- 
ous 

Montgomery: 

Blacksburg 

Christiansburg 

Radford 

Miscellaneous 

Total L 

Nansemond: 

Suffolk 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Nelson: Miseellaneous- 
New Kent: Miscellane- 
ous 

Norfolk: 

ChUrchland 

Norfolk 

Portsmouth _-. 

Miscellaneous 

Total -- 

Northampton: 

Cape Charles 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Northumberland: Mis- 
cellaneous 

Nottoway: 

Blackstone 

Crewe 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Orange: 
Ora; 
Miscellaneous 

Total -- 

Page: 

Luray ..- 

Shenandoah 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Patrick: Miscellaneous 

Pittsylvania: 

Chatham 

Danville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Powhatan: Miscellane- 
ous 

Prince Edward: 

Farmville... 

Miscellaneous 

Total- _-.. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



30 



28 



224 



360 
30 



390 



15 
5,286 
1,307 

37 



6,645 



142 

188 



330 



61 

116 

19 



196 



116 



110 



47 

871 

65 



983 



14 



104 
27 



County and city 



Prince George: 

Hopewell 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Prince William: 

Manassas 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Princess Anne: 

Virginia Beach 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Pulaski: 

Pulaski 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Rappahannock: Miscel- 
laneous 

Richmond: Miscellane- 
ous 

Roanoke: 

Roanoke 

Salem 

Vinton 

Miscellaneous 

Total. --. 

Rockbridge: 

Buena Vista 

Lexington 

Miscellaneous , 

Total 

Rockingham: 

Harrisonburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Russell: Miscellaneous. 

Scott: 

Gate City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Shenandoah: 

Strasburg.. 

Woodstock 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Smyth: 

Marion 

Saltville -. 

Miscellaneous 

Total-- 

Southampton: 

Franklin 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



247 
11 



258 



124 



185 
23 



208 



3,091 

186 
70 
39 



3,386 



39 

224 

45 



308 



285 
105 



390 



66 



140 



County and city 



Spottsylvania: 

Fredericksburg 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 

Stafford: Miscellaneous. 

Surry: Miscellaneous... 

Sussex: 

Waverly 

Miscellaneous 

Total -. 

Tazewell: 

Bluefleld 

Pocahontas 

Richlands 

Tazewell 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Warren: 

Front Royal 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Warwick: 

Newport News 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Washington: 

Abigndon 

Bristol 

Damascus 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Westmoreland: Miscel- 
laneous 

Wise: 

Appalachia 

Big Stone Gap 

Norton 

Wise -- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Wythe: 

Wytheville --- 

Miscellaneous - 

Total -- 

York: Miscellaneous... 

Total Virginia 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



284 
6 

290 

10 

22 



41 
61 
24 

112 

75 

313 



1,134 
113 



1,247 



287 
14 
55 



424 



335 



81 
64 

136 

36. 

39,634 



38,081 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



253 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



WASHINGTON' 



County and city 



Adams: 

Ritzville 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Asotin: 

Clarkston 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Benton: 

Kennewick — 

Prosser 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Chelan: 

Cashmere 

Chelan 

Leavenworth.. 

Wenatchee 

Miscellaneous. 

Total -. 



Clallam: 

Port Angeles.. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Clarke: 

Camas 

Vancouver 

Washougal 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Columbia: 

Dasrton 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Cowlitz: 

Castle Rock... 
Kelso 

Longview 

Woodland 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Douglas: Miscellaneous. 
Ferry: Miscellaneous. .. 

Franklin: 

Pasco-- 

M iscellaneous 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total. 



Garfield: 

Pomeroy 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 

Grant: Miscellaneous. 

Grays Harbor: 

Aberdeen 

Cosmopolis 

Elma 



117 
168 



285 



28 



108 



176 



180 

82 

48 

1,198 

386 



1,894 



394 
202 



119 

445 

28 

62 



654 



207 
31 



238 



52 
169 
416 

26 
127 



790 



129 
40 



172 



270 



258 
11 



269 



1,261 
34 
76 



County and city 



Grays Harbor— Contd. 

Hoquiam 

Montesano 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Island: Miscellaneous.. 

Jefferson: 

Port Townsend 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

King: 

Auburn 

Enumclaw.- 

Kent 

Kirkland 

Renton 

Seattle 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kitsap: 

Bremerton 

Port Orchard 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Kittitas: 

Cle Elum.. 

Ellensburg 

Roslyn 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Klickitat: 

Goldendale 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lewis: 

Centralia 

Chehalis 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lincoln: Miscellaneous 

Mason: 

Shelton.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Okanogan: 

Okanogan 

Omak 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Pacific: 

Raymond 

South Bend 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



750 
123 
182 



2,426 



29 



126 



195 



209 
146 
196 
115 
197 
26,424 
805 



28,092 



706 

76 

193 



975 



112 

342 

92 

74 



620 



42 
156 



198 



332 
285 
242 



859 
444 



196 
79 



275 



72 
101 
155 



185 
73 
167 

425 



County and city 



Pend Oreille: 

Newport 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Pierce: 

Buckley 

Orting... 

Puyallup 

Sumner 

Tacoma 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



San Juan: Miscellaneous 

Skagit: 

Anacortes 

Burlington 

Mount Vernon 

Sedro Woolley_ 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Skamania: Miscellane- 



ous . 



Snohomish: 

Arlington 

Edmonds 

Everett 

Marys ville 

Monroe 

Snohomish 

Miscellaneous. 



Total. 



Spokane: 

Cheney.- 

Deer Park 

Medical Lake. 

Spokane 

Miscellaneous. 

Total - 



Stevens: 

Chewelah 

Colville.. 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Thurston: 

Olympia 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Wahkiakum: Miscella- 
neous --- 

WaUa Walla: 

Walla Walla. 

Miscellaneous 



TotaL 



Whatcom: 

Bellingham... 

Blaine 

Lynden 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



65 
105 



170 



38 

20 

231 

105 

5,175 

529 



6,098 



148 
55 
294 
104 
172 



773 



24 



67 

82 

1,336 

31 

62 

129 

325 



2,032 



62 

31 

7 

6,606 

282 



38 

84 

74 



196 



706 
162 



76 



1,188 
293 



1,481 



1,135 
53 
59 
112 



1,359 



' Includes Alaska. 



254 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



WASHINQTON— Continued 



Num- 

County and city ber of 

returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Whitman: 

Colfax 


257 
68 

208 
64 

621 


Yakima— Continued. 
Toppenish- 


110 

108 

1.677 

316 


Alaska— Continued. 
Ketchikan. . 


403 


Palouse 


Wapato 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


1,181 






Tekoa 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


2,796 


Miscellaneous 


Total Washington. 
Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 


66,897 


2,356 


Total 


1,218 


Alaska: 

Anchorage 






264 
181 
296 
471 






52 
93 






Cordova. 


1,657 


Yakima: 


Total in general 
tables 


Grandview 


Fairbanks 




Sunnyside 


Juneau 


65,240 









WEST VIRGINIA 



Barbour: 

Philippi 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Berkeley: 

Martinsburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Boone: 

Madison 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Braxton: 

Burns ville 

Gassaway. 

Sutton 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Brooke: 

Follansbee 

Power 

Wellsburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Cabell: 

B arboursviUe 

Huntington... 

Milton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Calhoun: 

Qrantsville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Clay: 

Widen 

M iscellaneous 

Total 

Doddridge: Miscella 
neous.. 



374 
21 



395 



37 
101 



138 



83 



251 

22 

316 

124 



713 



31 

2,826 

23 

11 



2,891 



26 



34 



Fayette: 

Ansted 

Boomer 

Fayetteville 

Macdonald.. 

Montgomery 

Moimt Hope 

Oakhill 

Winona 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Gilmer: Miscellaneous.. 

Grant: 

Petersburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Greenbrier: 

East Rainelle 

Lewisburg 

Marfrance.. 

Ronceverte 

White Sulphur 

Springs.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hampshire: 

Romney 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hancock: 

Chester 

Hollidays Cove 

New Cumberland . . 

Newell 

Weirton 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Hardy: Miscellaneous... 

Harrison: 

Anmoore 

Bridgeport 

Clarksburg 

Lumberport 

Nutter Fort 

Salem 

Shinnston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



17 

6 

44 

25 

145 

110 

60 

15 

435 



857 



36 



12 



21 



334 



38 



124 

352 

69 

57 

444 

11 



1,057 



34 



43 
1,257 
14 
22 
64 
82 



1,586 



Jackson: 

Ravenswood.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jefferson: 

Charles Town 

Ranson 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kanawha: 

Cedar Grove 

Charleston 

Clendenin.. 

Dunbar 

Eskdale , 

Mammoth 

Marmet 

Nitro. (See Put- 
nam County.) 

St. Albans 

South Charleston... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lewis: 

Weston 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Lincoln: Miscellaneous. 

Logan: 

AccoviUe 

Amherstdale 

Ilolden 

Logan 

Omar 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

McDowell: 

Davy. 

Eckman.. 

Elkhorn 

Gary 

laeger 

Keystone 

Kimball. 

McDowell 

Maybeury 

War 

Welch... 

Wilcoe 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



255 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



WEST VIRGINIA— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Marion: 


1,253 

127 

36 

29 

223 


Nicholas: 

Richwood 


93 
14 


Summers: 

Hinton 


222 


Mannington 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


18 


Rivesville 


107 


240 


Miscellaneous 


Ohio: 

Elm Grove 


Taylor: 

Grafton.. 




184 

25 

4,143 

23 




Total 


1,668 


309 






Miscellaneous 

Total 


25 




103 
78 
29 
73 

323 
11 




Marshall: 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


334 




Tucker: 




Cameron 


4,375 










Pendleton: Miscella- 
neous -. .. . 


13 


McMechen 


13 


Parsons 






Moundsville 


Pierce .. 


4 


Miscellaneous 


Pleasants: 

St. Mary 




23 


Total 


617 


85 
3 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


7 








75 
27 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


60 


Mason: 

Point Pleasant 


Tyler: 

Sistersville. 




88 




Miscellaneous 


Pocahontas: 

Marlington 


184 




39 
30 


Miscellaneous 


27 


Total 


102 




211 




1,003 

58 

18 

4 

186 

149 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Upshur: 

Adrian 


Mercer: 

Bluefield 




69 






Preston: 






Buckhannon 

Miscellaneous 




Freeman.. 


33 
25 
28 
14 
66 


119 


Giatto... 


4 


Princeton 




124 


Miscellaneous 


Terra Alta 


Wayne: 

Ceredo 




1,418 


Tunnelton 




Total 


Miscellaneous 

Total 






13 


Mineral: 


2 
170 

80 
25 
8 


166 


Kenova.- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 


74 
27 


Putnam: 


Keyser . 


18 
64 
14 


114 




Webster: Miscellaneous. 

Wetzel: 

New Martinsville... 




Ridgeley 


Nitro 


56 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 






Total 


285 


96 


106 




Raleigh: 

Beckley 


24 
105 


Mingo: 


31 
3 

388 
146 


381 

17 

3 

374 


Miscellaneous.. 

Total 








Eccles 


235 




Mabscott 


Wirt: Miscellaneous 

Wood: 

Parkersburg 

Williamstown 

Miscellaneous 

Total 




Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


5 


Total 


568 


775 






Randolph: 

Elkins 


1,536 


Monongalia: 

Morgantown 


749 
6 

86 


200 
2 
34 


41 
30 


Norton 


1,607 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Wyoming: 

MuUins 






236 




Total 


841 


85 




51 
23 


Ritchie: 

Harrisville 


22 
SO 
62 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


91 


Monroe: 


176 


Alderson 




Total West Vir- 




Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


30, 651 


Total 


74 


134 


Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 


Morgan: 

Berkeley Springs 


29 
15 


Roane: 

Spencer 


102 
22 


748 


Miscellaneous 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Total in general 
tables 






Total 


44 


124 


29,803 











256 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, hy counties, cities, and, townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 



WISCONSIN 



County and city 



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: Miscellaneous 

Calumet: 

Brillion 

Chilton 

New Holstein 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Chippewa: 

Bloomer 

Chippewa Falls 

Cornell-. 

Stanley. 

Miscellaneous 

Total , 

Clark: 

Noillsville 

Owcn_ - 

M iscellaneous 

Total.- 

Columbia: 

Columbus 

Kilbourn.- 

Lodi - 

Portage 

Randolph 

M iscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



429 
37 
49 



515 



75 
38 
49 
129 



126 

1,925 

134 



2,185 



174 



74 



263 



55 
343 
39 
53 
64 



554 



160 
130 

53 
277 

62 
138 



820 



County and city 



Crawford: 

Prairie du Chien 

Miscellaneous 

Total- 

Dane: 

Madison 

Mount Iloreb 

Stoughton 

Sun Prairie 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Dodge: 

Beaver Dam 

Horicon 

Juneau 

Mayville -. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Door: 

Sturgeon Bay 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Douglas: 

Superior- - 

Miscellaneous 

Total - _ 

Dunn: 

Menomonie 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Eau Claire: 

Altoona 

Augusta 

Eau Claire 

Miscellaneous 

Total- — 

Florence: Miscellaneous. 

Fond du Lac: 

Fond du Lac- - 

North Fond du Lac- 

Ripon 

Waupun 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Forest: 

Crandon 

Miscellaneous 

Total - 

Grant: 

Boscobel 

Cuba City- -. 

Fennimore 

Lancaster 

Platteville 

Miscellaneous.- 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



4,369 

116 

193 

52 

490 



5,220 



460 
112 
62 
114 
141 



126 



1,592 



1,641 



200 

87 



287 



18 

32 

1,033 

55 



1,138 



1,192 
81 
191 
172 
194 



1,830 



85 



62 
47 
46 
90 
207 
192 



644 



County and city 



Green: 

Brodhead 

Monroe 

New Glarus 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Green Lake: 

Berlin 

Princeton 

Miscellaneous 

Total- , 

Iowa: 

Dodgeville 

Mineral Point 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Iron: 

Hurley 

Montreal 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jackson: 

Black River Falls 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Jefferson: 

Fort Atkinson 

Jefferson 

Lake Mills 

Waterloo 

Watertown 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Juneau: 

Elroy 

Mauston 

New Lisbon 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kenosha: 

Kenosha 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Kewaunee: 

Algoma 

Kewaunee -. 

M iscellaneous 

Total ---. 

La Crosse: 

La Crosse 

Onalaska 

West Salem 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

La Fayette: 

Darlington 

Shullsburg 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



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257 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

WISCONSIN— Continued 



County and city 



Langlade: 

Antigo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Lincoln: 

Merrill-- 

Tomahawk 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Manitowoc: 

Kiel 

Manitowoc 

Two Rivers.-- 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Marathon: 

Mosinee 

Scofield 

Wausau 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Marinette: 

Marinette 

Niagara 

Peshtigo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Marquette: 

Montello 

Miscellaneous- 
Total 



Milwaukee: 

Cudahy 

Milwaukee 

Shorewood 

South Milwaukee. 

Wauwatosa 

West Allis 

West Milwaukee.. 

Whiteflsh Bay 

Miscellaneous. ---- 



Total. 



Monroe: 

Sparta ., 

Tomah 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Oconto: 

Gillett -. 

Oconto 

Oconto Falls--. 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Oneida: 

Rhinelander... 
Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



362 
46 



317 
132 



458 



58 

1,050 

302 

120 



1,530 



70 

11 

979 

251 



408 
53 
65 



606 



69 



384 

43, 322 

134 

585 

2,345 

1,339 

28 

129 

205 



48, 471 



170 
123 
100 



393 



41 
120 

50 
65 



380 
79 



459 



County and city 



Outagamie: 

Appleton 

Kaukauna 

Kimberly 

Little Chute.. 

Seymour 

Miscellaneous- 

Total 



Ozaukee: 

Cedarburg- 

Grafton 

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 

PhiEips 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Racine: 

Burlington 

Racine 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Richland: 

Richland Center. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



Rock: 

Beloit 

Edgerton 

Evansville 

Janesville 

Milton 

Miscellaneous. 

Total , 



Rusk: 

Ladysmith 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
returns 



1,438 

227 

34 

39 

50 



1,872 



141 
61 
191 
158 



40 
70 
110 



220 



57 
208 



265 



562 
73 



635 



111 
70 
53 



234 



257 
4,568 



4,911 



79 



177 



1,385 
190 
114 

1,243 
29 
110 



3,071 



107 
40 



County and city 



St. Croix: 

Hudson 

New Richmond 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sauk: 

Baraboo 

Reedsburg 

Sauk City 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sawyer: 

Hayward 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Shawano: 

Shawano 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Sheboygan: 

Kohler 

Plymouth.- -. 

Sheboygan 

Sheboygan Falls 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Taylor: 

Medford .- 

Rib Lake 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Trempealeau: 

Arcadia 

Galesville 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Vernon: 

Viroqua 

Westby 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Vilas: 

Eagle River 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Walworth: 

Delavan x. 

Elkhom- 

Lake Geneva 

Whitewater 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Washbinm: 

Spooner 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Num- 
ber of 
return s 



140 

81 

116 



337 



318 

177 

71 

190 



756 



155 
176 



331 



143 
185 
i,885 
114 
146 



2,473 



132 



62 

48 

232 



342 



128 
48 
113 



289 



212 
140 
198 
156 
268 



133 



258 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 11. — Individual returns for 1929, by counties, cities, and townships, showing 
number of returns — Continued 

WISCONSIN— Continued 



County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


County and city 


Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Washington: 

Hartford 


208 
270 
219 


Waupaca— Continued. 

Weyauwega . - 


49 
150 


Wood: 

Marshfield 


363 


West Bend 


Miscellaneous 

Total 


Nekoosa 


70 


Miscellaneous 


Wisconsin Rapids... 
Miscellaneous 

Total 


385 
101 


620 


Total 


697 


Waushara: 

Wautaoma 

Miscellaneous 

Total— 






33 
71 






74 
333 

72 

1,065 

396 


919 




Total Wisconsin.. 

Returns, Form 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables- 

Total in general 




Oconomowoc 




104 


104, 989 




Winnebago: 

Menasha 




Miscellaneous 


309 
568 

29 
1,805 

58 




Total 


1,940 


Neenah 


1,945 


Omro-- 






Waupaca: 


125 
181 
135 


Oshkosh- 




ClintonvDle 


Miscellaneous 

Total -- 






103,044 


Waupaca 


2,769 











WYOMING 



Albany: 

Laramie 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Big Horn: 

Greybull 

Lovell-- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Campbell: 

Gillette 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Carbon: 

Hanna 

Rawlins 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Converse: 

Douglas 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Crook: Miscellaneous 

Fremont: 

Lander 

Riverton..- 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

Goshen: 

Torrington 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



690 
81 



671 



172 



107 



78 
360 
194 



632 



101 



169 
43 



110 
67 
92 



269 



112 



Hot Springs: 

Thermopolis. . 
Miscellaneous 

Total 

Johnson: 

Buflalo 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Laramie: 

Cheyenne 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Lincoln: 

Kemmerer 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Natrona: 

Casper 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Niobrara: 

Lusk -- 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 

Park: 

Cody 

Powell-- 

Miscellaneous. 
Total 

Platte: 

Wheatland 

Miscellaneous. 

Total 



130 
146 



276 



106 



1,208 
64 



1,272 



108 
161 



269 



1,318 
368 



63 



160 
52 
52 

254 



130 



Sheridan: 

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 

Total Wyoming... 

Returns, Foitq 1040, 
showing no net in- 
come, not included in 
general tables 

Total in general 
tables- 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



259 



Table 11 A. — Individual returns for 1929 on Form lOJfi with no net income, by 
States and Territories, showing number of returns and deficit 



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 



Number 
of returns 



756 
(>) 

283 

552 
9,556 

900 
1,357 

399 

587 
2,326 
1,044 

250 

265 
6,772 
1,175 

717 
1,003 

825 
1,039 

395 
1,066 
4,137 
2,874 
1,108 

731 
1,881 

214 



Deficit 



$3, 882, 535 

1,436,330 
3, 500, 982 

88, 100, 687 
4, 970, 975 

14,434,033 
4, 727, 604 
6, 496, 006 

18, 565, 547 
7, 969, 945 
1,259,296 
1, 124, 688 

91, 090, 638 
7, 647, 850 
5, 036, 336 
5, 690, 481 
8, 197, 672 
6, 892, 776 
5, 834, 020 

11, 298, 176 

43, 271, 552 

35, 829, 265 
7, 841, 293 
3, 636, 731 

17, 179, 630 
1, 189, 565 



States and Territories 



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 



Number 
of returns 



777 
134 
287 

3,743 

266 

18, 877 

1,332 
409 

3,551 

1,059 
602 

7,257 
445 
616 
384 
768 

3,919 
260 
108 
893 

1,657 
748 

1,945 
296 



92,545 



Deficit 



$3, 930, 558 

910, 119 

1,820,498 

42, 032, 095 

955, 517 

343, 064, 885 

12, 485, 875 

1,112,834 

38, 361, 535 

7, 338, 024 
3, 928, 360 

87, 107, 038 
4, 146, 293 
2, 877, 062 
1, 351, 556 
5, 409, 672 

25,449,849 

1, 689, 143 

794, 829 

6, 649, 388 

8, 564, 075 
5, 121, 521 

11, 636, 724 
1, 288, 309 



1, 025, 130, 372 



» Included in the State of Washington. 



BASIC TABLES 



CORPORATION RETURNS 



261 



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STATISTICS OF INCOME 



263 



Table 12. — Corporation returns for 1929, by States and Territories, showinq for 
corporations reporting net income, and no net income, number of returns and per 
cent of total, gross income, deductions, net income or deficit, net loss for prior year, 
and income tax; also number and per cent of inactive corporations 

[For text defining certain items and describing returns included, see pp. 1-4) 



States and Territories 



Total 

number 

of returns 



Corporations reporting net income 



Number 
of returns 



Per cent 
of total 



Gross income > 



Deductions i 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware.-- 

District of Columbia. 

Florida. — 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Ulinoi? 

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 



4,473 

182 

1,953 

2,629 

23,206 
7,317 
7,529 
1,951 
2,329 

11. 119 

6,738 

784 

2,412 

31, 700 

11, 789 
9,116 
5,192 
6,668 
6,314 
3,720 
6,189 

19, 401 

15,543 

11, 482 
2,562 

17, 223 
3,585 
4,725 
1,033 
1,349 

21, 885 

1,126 

107, 300 

6,570 

3,425 

25, 173 
6,671 
6,863 

26, 357 
2,964 
3,759 
3,071 
5,338 

14, 552 
3,245 
1,120 
7,168 

12, 159 
5,173 

15, 836 
1,468 



2,310 

109 

822 

1,680 

11,316 
3,311 
4,558 
1,068 
1,197 
3,489 
3,390 
448 
1,054 

17, 698 
6,881 
5,109 
3,278 
3,316 
3,424 
2,095 
3,334 

10, 383 
8,631 
6,316 
1,493 
9,146 
1,822 
2,969 
351 
803 

11,646 
558 

65, 304 
3,009 
1,467 

14, 299 
3,649 
3,105 

13, 880 
1,650 
1,597 
1,685 
3,032 
8,156 
1,646 
704 
3,837 
5.924 
2,873 
8,810 
798 



51.64 
59.89 
42.09 
63.90 
48.76 
45.25 
60.54 
54.74 
51.40 
31.38 
59.08 
57.14 
43.70 
55.83 
58.37 
56.04 
63.14 
58.50 
54.23 
56.32 
53.87 
53.52 
55.53 
55.01 
68.28 
53.10 
50.82 
62.84 
33.98 
59.53 
53.21 
49.66 
51.54 
45.80 
42.83 
56.80 
54.69 
45.24 
52.66 
66.67 
42.48 
64.87 
56.80 
56.06 
50.72 
62.86 
53.53 
48.72 
55.54 
55.63 
54.36 



$454, 

8, 

161, 

304, 

5, 274, 

738, 

2, 021, 

1, 674, 

567, 

355, 

806, 

213, 

135, 

14,094, 

1, 708, 
1, 089, 
1, 157, 

921, 
885, 
487, 

2, 505, 
5, 739, 
8, 083, 
2, 502. 

266, 

3, 796, 
190, 
646, 
252, 
152, 

3, 748, 

66, 

36, 812, 

1, 149, 
121, 

7, 879, 

1,047, 
579, 
10, 843, 
683, 
299, 
140, 
902, 

2, 420, 
288, 
142, 

1, 016, 

1, 153, 
700, 

2, 377, 
60, 



582, 456 
618, 496 
623, 215 
739, 354 
663, 557 
303, 447 
940, 376 
632, 266 
464, 681 
211, 126 

659, 244 
698, 653 
465, 582 
546, 433 
370, 932 
543, 576 
221, 649 
182. 389 
800, 646 
656. 767 
887, 632 
159, 775 
807, 223 
988, 509 
681, 263 
257, 591 
321, 005 
676, 860 
795, 755 
699, 003 
760, 261 
999, 526 
022, 535 
184, 719 
487, 268 

660, 828 
918, 649 
208, 729 
235, 301 
001, 503 
809, 205 
321,542 
047, 286 
433, 226 
739, 116 
257, 173 
914, 758 
890, 128 
698, 453 
120, 669 
881. 385 



$425, 

7, 

142, 

287, 

4, 761, 

685, 

1, S22, 

1,402, 

514, 

327, 

744, 

184, 

127, 

12, 990, 

1, 584, 

1,021, 

1, 022, 
843, 
832, 
452, 

2, 340, 
6, 294, 
7, 321, 
2, 356, 

252, 

3, 633, 
178, 
616, 
243, 
140, 

3, 303. 

62, 

33, 166, 

1, 044, 
116, 

7, 192, 
942, 
549, 

9, 783, 
628, 
283, 
134, 
842, 

2, 231, 
268, 
132, 
883, 

1, 077, 
641, 

2, 178, 
56, 



493, 322 
781, 678 
631, 244 
173,387 

740. 113 
954, 061 
026, 037 
176, 884 
555, 437 
096, 788 
378, 316 
869, 743 
940, 624 
898, 968 
291, 267 
498, 046 
993, 467 
877, 336 
152, 506 
278, 019 
242, 575 
689, 803 
372, 372 
319, 729 
944, 316 
562, 997 
379, 486 
597, 710 
024, 581 
750, 821 
865, 679 
679, 301 
100, 644 
870, 963 
949, 661 
430, 287 
311, 285 
182, 226 

212. 114 
514, 262 
648, 296 
025, 747 
514, 515 
301, 573 
806, 464 
002, 584 
958, 334 
659, 901 
651, 750 
723, 070 
905, 539 



Grand total 509,436 



269, 430 



52.89 



129, 633, 791, 720 



117, 979, 905, 718 



' Gross income and deductions correspond to total income and deductions, as reported on the face of the 
return, plus cost of goods sold. 



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STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 12. — Corporation returns for 1929, by States and Territories, showing for 
corporations reporting net income, and no net income, number of returns and per 
cent of total, gross income, deductions, net income or deficit, net loss for prior year, 
arid income tax; also number and per cent of inactive corporations — Continued 



States and Territories 


Corporations reporting net income- 
Continued 


Corporations re- 
porting no net in- 
come 




Net income 


Net loss for 
prior year 


Income tax 


Number 
of returns 


Per cent 
of total 




$29, 089, 134 

836, 818 

18, 991, 971 

17, 565, 967 

512,923,444 

52, 349, 386 
199, 914, 339 
272, 455, 382 

52, 909, 244 
28, 114, 338 
62, 280, 928 
28, 828, 910 
7, 524, 958 
1, 103, 647, 465 

124, 079, 665 
68, 045, 529 

134, 228, 182 
77,305,053 

53, 648, 140 
35, 378, 748 

165, 645, 057 

444, 569, 972 

762, 434, 851 

146, 668, 780 

13, 736, 947 

262, 694, 594 

11,941,519 

30,079,150 

9, 771, 174 

11, 948, 182 

444, 894, 582 

4, 320, 225 

3, 646, 921, 991 

104, 313, 766 

4, 537, 607 

687, 230, 541 

105, 607, 364 

30, 026, 503 

1, 060, 023, 187 

54, 487, 241 

16, 160, 909 

6, 295, 795 

59, 532, 771 

189, 131, 653 

19, 932, 652 

10, 254, 589 

132, 956, 424 

76, 230, 227 

59, 046, 703 

198, 397, 599 

3, 975, 846 


$1, 281, 284 

204, 680 

1, 859, 827 

1,480,002 

14,400,088 

1, 104, 612 

3, 822, 513 

3, 420, 727 

1, 445, 448 

3, 161, 321 

2, 922, 512 

397, 261 

1, 142, 398 

28, 571, 958 

3, 974, 176 

1, 503, 780 

1, 785, 540 

1, 320, 564 

3, 193, 599 

970, 239 

5,980,114 

19, 317, 914 

98, 775, 835 

3,755,120 

844, 173 

5, 323, 385 

242, 509 

931, 237 

327, 068 

457, 429 

12, 281, 986 

111, 807 

88, 914, 472 

1, 279, 473 

178, 365 

14, 464, 748 

10, 705, 639 

1, 853, 195 

20,370,846 

1,756,457 

752, 055 

179, 417 

2, 758, 440 

9, 967, 606 

553, 783 

330, 793 

1, 365, 345 

3, 469, 077 
2, 241, 484 

4, 552, 486 
172,429 


$2, 642, 570 

46, 257 

1,732,371 

1, 450, 711 
52, 960, 071 

5, 084, 003 
20, 781, 847 
29, 423, 386 

5, 460, 289 

2, 210, 154 
6, 104, 989 
3, 045, 503 

505, 247 

115, 132, 836 

11, 980, 232 

6, 398, 769 

13,952,047 

7,745,933 

4, 980, 312 

3, 431, 942 

16, 850, 939 

44, 619, 551 
71,628,026 
14, 697, 284 

1, 130, 678 
26, 786, 038 

940, 562 
2, 662, 466 

971,353 
1,116,811 

45, 680, 190 
353,891 

383,110,174 

10, 862, 756 

251, 247 

71, 392, 513 

9, 794, 658 

2, 600, 773 

112,112,660 

5, 503, 588 

1,464,494 

394, 531 

5, 744, 440 

18, 193, 363 

1, 813, 568 

962, 763 

13, 793, 936 

6, 985, 766 

5,757,011 

19, 928, 164 

262, 169 


1,767 

46 

510 

795 

9,243 

2,474 

2,486 

583 

872 

4,778 

2,037 

291 

593 

11,339 

3,705 

2,430 

1,517 

1,799 

2,242 

1,180 

2,143 

7,980 

5,448 

3,563 

894 

6,068 

1,070 

1,352 

315 

477 

8,468 

300 

43, 865 

3,011 

1,085 

9,515 

2,169 

2,345 

9,795 

1,067 

1,775 

816 

1,852 

5,243 

888 

357 

2,613 

4,058 

1,843 

5,079 

450 


39.50 




25.27 




26.11 




30.24 




39.83 




33.81 




33.02 




29.88 




37.44 


Florida 


42.97 




35.50 




37.12 




24.59 




35.77 




31.43 




26.66 




29.22 




31.74 




35.51 




31.72 




34.63 




41.13 




35.05 




31.03 




34.89 




35.23 




29.85 




28.61 


Nevada 


30.49 




35.36 




38.70 




26.64 




40.88 




45.83 


North Dakota - 


31.63 




37.80 




32.52 




34.17 




37.16 




36.00 


South Carolina . 


47.22 




26.67 




34.69 




36.03 


Utah - 


27.37 




31.87 




36.45 




33.37 


West Virginia -- 


35.63 




32.07 


Wyoming... 


30.65 




11, 653, 886, 002 


392, 177, 216 


1, 193, 435, 832 


186, 691 


36.63 




, 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



265 



Table 12. — Corporation returns for 1929, by States and Territories, showing for 
corporations reporting net income, and no net income, number of returns and per 
cent of total, gross income, deductions, net income or deficit, net loss for prior year, 
and income tax; also number and per cent of inactive corporations — Continued 



States and Territories 



Corporations reporting no net income — 
Continued 



Gross income i 



Deductions ' 



Deficit 



Inactive corpora- 
tions—no income 
data reported 



Number 
of returns 



Per cent 
of total 



Alabama.. 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho -- 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas..- 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland. 

M assaciiusetts 

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 30,987,717,461 



$176, 
1, 

36, 

74, 

1, 507, 

200, 

378, 

175, 

88, 
284, 
293, 

26, 

50, 

4, 801. 

502, 

261, 

154, 

193, 

339, 

141, 

279, 

1,914, 

1, 106, 

477, 

96, 
862, 

47, 
137, 

11, 

59, 
955, 

17, 

7, 901, 

298, 

44, 
1, 705, 
336, 
206, 
1, 909, 
231, 
194, 

49, 
307, 
685, 

83, 

55, 
294, 
397, 
162, 
449, 

20, 



$192 


862, 


2 


109, 


55 


875, 


80 


278. 


1,654 


629, 


221 


441, 


411 


858, 


209 


669. 


98 


320, 


358 


658, 


313 


763, 


29 


471, 


54 


980, 


5,018 


460. 


542 


430, 


282 


215, 


167 


161, 


209 


742, 


372 


097, 


162 


202, 


309 


440, 


2,105 


392, 


1,225 


291, 


510 


050, 


103 


979, 


927 


599, 


54 


656, 


154 


995, 


16 


264, 


63 


856, 


1,092 


444, 


20 


289, 


8,755 


836, 


323 


379, 


48 


244, 


1,858 


580, 


364 


994, 


226 


929, 


2,103 


071, 


251 


623, 


206 


456, 


52 


452. 


332 


053, 


752 


668, 


91 


816, 


64 


754, 


316 


707. 


429 


244, 


179 


501. 


496 


561, 


24 


477, 



$16, 471 

252. 

19, 258, 

6, 139, 

147, 570; 

21, 166 

33, 654, 

34, 178, 

10, 237 
73, 712, 
20, 485 

2, 894 
4, 619 
216, 642, 
40, 187, 
20, 436! 
12, 768 

16, 387, 
32, 195 
20, 792, 
30, 009, 

190, 760, 

119,044, 

32, 732, 

7, 728, 

65, 537 
6, 769, 

17, 306, 

4,329, 

4,781 

136, 749, 

2, 527 
854, 292, 

25, 344 

3, 844 
153, 560, 

28, 448, 

20, 409, 

193, 501 

19, 730 

11, 462, 
2, 783 

24, 702, 

66, 898, 
8,581 
9, 641 

22, 534: 
31, 683 

17, 257 
47, 430, 

3, 690 



396 

27 

621 

154 

2,647 

1,532 

485 

300 

260 

2,852 

311 

45 

765 

2,663 

1,203 

1,577 

397 

553 

648 

445 

712 

1,038 

1,464 

1,603 

175 

2,009 

693 

404 

367 

69 

1,771 

268 

8,131 

550 

873 

1,359 

853 

1,413 

2,682 

247 

387 

570 

454 

1,153 

711 

59 

718 

2,177 

457 

1,947 

220 



33, 901, 845, 696 



2, 914, 128, 235 



53, 415 



14.84 
31.80 

5.86 
11.41 
20.94 

6.44 
15.38 
11.16 
25.65 

5.42 

5.74 
31.71 

8.40 
10.20 
17.30 

7.64 

9.76 
10.26 
11.96 
11.50 

5.35 

9.42 
13.96 

6.83 
11.67 
19.33 

8.55 
35.53 

5.11 

8.09 
23.80 

7.58 

8.37 
25.49 

5.40 
12.79 
20.59 
10.18 

8.33 
10.30 
18.56 

8.51 

7.92 
21.91 

5.27 
10.02 
17.91 

8.83 
12.30 
14.99 



10.48 



1 Gross income and deductions correspond to total income and total deductions, as reported on the face 
of the return, plus the cost of goods sold. 



266 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Table 13. — Corporation returns for 1929, by States and Territories, shomng cash 
and stock dividends paid to shareholders ^ 

[For text defining certain items and describing returns included, see pp. 1-41 



States and Territories 



Corporations reporting net 
income — Dividends 



Corporations reporting no 
net income — Dividends 



Cash 



Stock 



Cash 



Stock 



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 



Total 7, 841, 802, 135 



$17, 407, 236 

265, 367 

11, 764, 035 

10, 945, 299 

430, 943, 359 

45, 297, 521 

106, 101, 198 

366,345,497 

27, 879, 465 

14, 146, 760 

36, 638, 551 

23, 363, 557 

4, 031, 493 

724, 665, 349 

65, 168, 892 

36, 048, 409 

91, 536, 240 

47, 901, 750 

38, 382, 112 

32, 478, 305 

64, 412, 514 

348, 024, 653 

263, 825, 261 

106, 039, 784 

7, 066, 851 

156, 420, 651 

6,113,815 

17, 788, 429 

3, 515, 270 

6, 605, 759 

285, 933, 715 

2, 248, 264 

I, 777, 527, 998 

65, 737, 792 
2, 396, 311 

379, 345, 551 

48, 526, 188 

15, 100, 512 

717, 850, 571 

28, 068, 236 

7, 004, 840 

2, 323, 455 

34, 925, 269 

98, 522, 013 

15, 241, 528 

4, 944, 271 

66, 660, 454 
51, 299, 621 
30, 864, 210 
94, 112, 503 

2, 045, 451 



$484. 502 

34,064 

140, 897 

1, 283, 007 

388, 545, 525 

1, 975, 365 

10, 222, 736 

5, 676, 450 

541, 752 

5, 256, 083 

6, 033, 595 

1, 815, 446 

54, 498 

159, 605, 186 

5, 800, 541 

5, 036, 272 

2, 062, 783 

9, 097, 878 

3, 007, 017 

353, 409 

22, 123, 670 

17, 879, 663 

44, 117, 113 

5, 053, 502 
1, 151, 039 

24, 379, 861 

616, 197 

748, 868 

564, 577 

707, 571 

14, 988, 256 

74, 521 

274, 847, 347 

7, 767, 597 
274, 730 

47, 464, on 

6, 472, 543 
2, 098, 095 

70, 761, 985 

2, 132, 358 

1, 522, 259 

201, 955 

3, 187, 452 

16, 738, 711 
1, 142, 228 
295, 730 
3, 976, 910 
5, 658, 496 
1, 518, 212 

8, 386, 829 

16, 747 



1, 193, 896, 039 



$2, 500, 909 

31, 806 

94, 379 

715, 325 

51, 685, 044 

2,482,989 

8, 222, 676 

17, 242, 770 

1, 154, 050 

4, 400, 005 

6, 507, 091 

1, 798, 863 

555, 299 

60, 080, 092 

6, 736, 170 

2, 917, 183 
2, 018, 261 
2, 837, 049 

11, 538, 746 

3, 418, 443 

5, 585, 543 

20, 811, 025 

16, 320, 950 

10, 014, 714 

1, 931, 038 

16, 847, 807 

484, 933 

1, 739, 867 

75, 587 

717, 020 

15, 352, 686 

131, 762 

108, 913, 583 

3, 730, 664 
189, 234 

28, 186, 313 

10, 511, 618 

5, 327, 367 

35, 619, 834 

3, 598, 523 

3, 332, 373 

330, 523 

2, 807, 693 

8, 893, 944 

1, 772, 768 

1, 837, 061 

4, 409, 048 

6, 320, 850 

2, 448, 015 
6, 461, 001 
2, 219, 116 



513, 859, 610 



$1,057, 23a 



3, 133 

50, 536 

5, 578, 213 

595, 464 

300, 048 

4, 508, 159 
284, 415 
395, 037 
662, 267 

51, 390 
39, 866 

5, Oil, 952 
698, 652 
365, 489 

38, 288 

293, 464 

1, 911, 188 

4, 777 

367, 478 

1,411,424 

4, 696, 665 

456, 522 

2, 891, 785 

3,258,367 

13,601 

695, 643. 



100, 985 

5, 237, 703 

42,249- 

36, 946, 705 

205, 95& 

11,444 

6, 274, 060 

1, 225, 766 
4, 112, 189' 

2, 068, 666 
244, 973 

42, 982- 

8,203 

348, 121 

1, 502, 973 

34, 774 

25,926 

125, 069 

508, 332- 

68, 934 

1, 063, 148 

6,500 



94, 746, 61* 



1 Cash dividends and stock dividends of Ufe insurance companies are not included. 



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